Mitsubishi PURY-RP300YJM-A Installation manual

Air-Conditioners For Building Application
OUTDOOR UNIT
INSTALLATIONSHANDBUCH
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MANUEL D’INSTALLATION
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MANUAL DE INSTALACIÓN
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INSTALLATION MANUAL
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For use with R410A
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PURY-RP-YJM-B (-BS)
INSTALLATIEHANDLEIDING
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MANUALE DI INSTALLAZIONE
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INSTALLATIONSHANDBOK
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РЪКОВОДСТВО ЗА МОНТАЖ
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MANUAL CU INSTRUCŢIUNI DE INSTALARE
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κλιματισμού.
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MANUAL DE INSTALAÇÃO
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(1)
300*
A
15*
450*
15*
C
<A> Top view
<B> Side view
<C> When there is little space up to an obstruction
A:
B:
C:
D:
300*
[Fig. 6.0.2]
B
B
Front
Unit height
Back
Air outlet guide (Procured at the site)
A
C
30
<A>
450*
[Fig. 6.0.1]
100*
6
C
(2)
B
100*
B
C
100
450*
A
450*
A
B
50*
50*
C
<A>
A
A
450*
(3)
A
450
450
C
100*
h
15*
B
H
C
A
h
500
<B>
A
A
450
450
H
A
C
300*
B
B
45°
8m
40°
8m
300*
A
(mm)
[Fig. 7.0.1]
RP200 ~ RP300
C
900
<C>
50
C
1000*
300*
C
D
A
B
1000
240
7
A
900
(4)
B
B
A: Front
B: Must be open
C: Wall height (H)
(mm)
[Fig. 8.1.1]
<A> Without detachable leg
30mm
8
A: M10 anchor bolt procured at the site.
B: Corner is not seated.
C: Fixing bracket for hole-in anchor bolt (3 locations to fix
with screws).
D: Detachable leg
B
A
C
[Fig. 8.1.2]
30mm
<B> With detachable leg
D
B
A:
A
D
C
9
Screws
A
9.2
[Fig. 9.2.1]
[RP200 ~ RP300]
h
(*Note1)
A
BCD
j
i
g
E
A
a
BC
E
b
d
B
c
E
F
E
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
Outdoor unit
BC controller (standard)
BC controller (main)
BC controller (sub)
Indoor unit (15 ~ 80)
Indoor unit (100 ~ 250)
*Note1
9
9.2
A [Standard]
(mm)
Outdoor model
RP200
RP250
RP300
Unit combination
Unit 1
Unit 2
-
A
High-pressure side
ø19.05
ø19.05
ø19.05
Low-pressure side
ø28.58 *1
ø28.58
ø28.58
*1 ø25.4 for R22
B
(mm)
Total capacity of indoor units
~ 80
Liquid pipe
ø9.52
ø9.52
81 ~ 160
a, b, c, d
Model number
15, 20, 25, 32, 40
50, 63, 71, 80
100, 125, 140
200
250
Gas pipe
ø15.88
ø19.05
(mm)
Liquid pipe
ø6.35
ø9.52
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø12.7
Gas pipe
ø12.7
ø15.88
ø19.05
ø25.4 or ø28.58
ø28.58
10
10.2
[Fig. 10.2.1]
[Fig. 10.2.3]
<A> Refrigerant service valve (High-pressure side/brazed type)
<B> Refrigerant service valve (Low-pressure side/brazed type)
C
B
A
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
E
D
Shaft
Service port
Cap
Pinched connecting pipe severing portion
Pinched connecting pipe brazing portion
* When not attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe.
A
B
A: Example of closure materials (field supply)
B: Fill the gap at the site
[Fig. 10.2.2]
No.
1
ID ø25.4
ø28.58
A Shape
RP200
RP250
RP300
ID ø28.58
1 <C> Low-pressure side
1 <C> Low-pressure side
1 <C> Low-pressure side
<A> Front pipe routing
B When not attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe
<D>
<C>
D
A
B
E
F
<B> Bottom pipe routing
B When not attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe
<D>
<C>
D
<E> Severing portion
referral figure
C
E
G
D
H
I*1
F
<A> Front pipe routing
<D> High-pressure side
<B> Bottom pipe routing
<E> Severing portion referral figure
<C> Low-pressure side
A: Shape
D: Refrigerant service valve piping
G: 75 mm (reference measurement)
B: When not attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe
E: On-site piping (low-pressure connecting pipe)
H: ID ø25.4 side
C: When attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe
F: On-site piping (high-pressure connecting pipe)
I: Severing portion
*1 Use a pipe cutter to sever.
10.3
[Fig. 10.3.1]
[Fig. 10.3.2]
F
B
B
C
LOW
A
C
A:
B:
C:
D:
H
E:
F:
I
G:
J
H:
I:
J:
G
HI
E
D
D
Nitrogen gas
To indoor unit
System analyzer
Low knob
Hi knob
Valve
Low-pressure pipe
High-pressure pipe
Outdoor unit
Service port
N
E
N
A
LOW
F
O
HI
G
C
B
I
H
M
K
J
L
[Fig. 10.3.3]
A
A: Syphon pipe
B: In case of the R410A cylinder having no syphon pipe.
10.4
[Fig. 10.4.1]
[Fig. 10.4.2]
B
[Fig. 10.4.3]
A
C
A
B
C
E
E
D
E
A
B
D
E
D
A: Steel wire
B: Piping
A: High-pressure pipe
B: Low-pressure pipe
C: Asphaltic oily mastic or asphalt
C: Electric wire
D: Finishing tape
D: Heat insulation material A
E: Insulator
E: Outer covering B
[Fig. 10.4.4]
<A> Inner wall (concealed)
AB
<B> Outer wall
<C> Outer wall (exposed)
D
C
<D> Floor (waterproofing)
EB
A B
D
F
A
G
B
<E> Roof pipe shaft
G
<F>Penetrating portion on fire
limit and boundary wall
I
J
D
B
H
F
B: Heat insulating material
D: Caulking material
F: Waterproofing layer
G: Sleeve with edge
H: Lagging material
I: Mortar or other incombustible caulking
J: Incombustible heat insulation material
A
1m
A: Sleeve
C: Lagging
E: Band
1m
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G:
H:
I:
J:
K:
L:
M:
N:
O:
System analyzer
Low knob
Hi knob
Valve
Low-pressure pipe
High-pressure pipe
Service port
Three-way joint
Valve
Valve
R410A cylinder
Scale
Vacuum pump
To indoor unit
Outdoor unit
11
11.2
[Fig. 11.2.1]
B
Terminal block for indoor –
outdoor transmission line
(TB3)
A
Power supply terminal block
(TB1)
Control box
A: Power source
B: Transmission line
C: Earth screw
Terminal block for
centralized control
(TB7)
L1 L2 L3 N
C
[Fig. 11.2.2]
A: Cable strap
B: Power source cable
C: Transmission cable
A
B
C
11.3
[Fig. 11.3.1]
L1
A
OC
<A> Change the jumper connector from CN41 to CN40 *1
<B> SW2-1:ON *2
CN41 CN40
(51)
( ) Address
BC
(52)
TB3
M1 M2
IC
(01)
TB02
M1M2 S
(04)
TB5
M1M2 S
TB5
M1M2 S
C
L2
IC
BS
(55)
(06)
TB5
M1M2 S
2
TB5
M1M2 S
3
D
A B
A B
L3
A B
(105)
(101)
<C> Keep the jumper connector
on CN41
<B> SW2-1:ON *2
IC
(05)
TB02
M1M2 S
1
M1M2 S
TB7
B
IC
RC
L4
(155)
RC
E
RC
OC
(53)
(54)
TB3
M1M2
TB02
M1M2 S
IC
(03)
(02)
TB5
M1M2 S
TB5
M1M2 S
IC
(07)
TB5
M1M2 S
System
controller
A B S
4
L6
M1M2 S
TB7
IC
5
BC
CN41
A B
(103)
RC
*1 When the power supply unit is not connected to the transmission line for centralized control, disconnect the male power supply connector (CN41) from ONE outdoor unit in the system and connect it to CN40.
*2 If a system controller is used, set SW2-1 on all of the outdoor units to ON.
[Fig. 11.3.2]
L1
A
OC
<A> Change the jumper connector from CN41 to CN40 *1
<B> SW2-1:ON *2
CN41 CN40
BC
(51)
(52)
BS
(55)
(04)
TB15
1 2
IC
(05)
TB02
M1M2 S
TB5
M1M2 S
IC
TB5
M1M2 S
(06)
m2
TB15
1 2
TB5
M1M2 S
TB15
1 2
m4
A B
m2
m2
L2
D
<C> Keep the jumper connector
on CN41
<B> SW2-1:ON *2
MA
L3
A B
A B
MA
MA
E
L4
OC
A: Group 1
B: Group 3
CN41
IC
BC
(53)
(54)
C: Group 5
D: Shielded wire
(03)
(07)
TB5 TB15
1 2
M1M2 S
m1
System
controller
L6
E: Sub remote
controller
( ) Address
TB15
1 2
TB5
M1M2 S
IC
TB5 TB 15
M1M2 S 1 2
(02)
TB02
M1M2 S
TB3
M1 M2
M1M2 S
TB7
IC
A B S
A B
MA
[Fig. 11.3.3]
L11
L12
L13
L14
L16
OC
M1M2 S
TB7
(51)
Ground
BC
IC
IC
RP
CN41
TB02
M1M2 S
TB5
M1M2 S
IC
TB2
TB3
A B S
A B S
TB5
M1M2 S
TB5
M1M2 S
L18
L15
TB3
M1 M2
L17
1
• Daisy-chain terminals (TB3) on outdoor units in the same refrigerant
system together.
1
• ( ) Address
• Leave the power jumper connector on CN41 as it is. When connecting a
system controller to the transmission line (TB7) for centralized control,
refer to [Fig. 11.3.1], [Fig. 11.3.2], or DATA BOOK.
A B
A B
RC
RC
11.4
[Fig. 11.4.1]
A: Switch (Breakers for
wiring and current
leakage)
B: Breakers for current
leakage
C: Outdoor unit
D: Pull box
E: Indoor unit
F: BC controller
(standard or main)
F': BC controller (sub)
3N~380–415V
L1, L2, L3, N
B
A
C
F'
PE
~220–240V
L, N
B
D
F
A
E
PE
E
PE
E
PE
E
PE
IC
TB5
M1M2 S
m3
m1
m1
TB5
M1M2 S
C
IC
(01)
TB02
M1M2 S
TB3
M1 M2
M1M2 S
TB7
B
IC
Contents
10. Additional refrigerant charge....................................................................... 13
10.1.Calculation of additional refrigerant charge................................ 13
10.2.Precautions concerning piping connection and valve operation........................................................................... 14
10.3.Airtight test, evacuation, and refrigerant charging...................... 15
10.4.Thermal insulation of refrigerant piping...................................... 16
11. Wiring (For details, refer to the installation manual of each unit and
controller.)................................................................................................... 16
11.1.Caution....................................................................................... 16
11.2.Control box and connecting position of wiring............................ 16
11.3.Wiring transmission cables........................................................ 17
11.4.Wiring of main power supply and equipment capacity............... 18
12. Test run....................................................................................................... 19
12.1.The following phenomena do not represent faults..................... 19
13. Information on rating plate.......................................................................... 19
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1. Safety precautions........................................................................................ 9
1.1. Before installation and electric work............................................. 9
1.2. Precautions for devices that use R410A refrigerant................... 10
1.3. Before installation....................................................................... 10
1.4. Before installation (relocation) - electrical work.......................... 10
1.5. Before starting the test run......................................................... 10
2. About the product........................................................................................ 10
3. Combination of outdoor units.......................................................................11
4. Specifications...............................................................................................11
5. Confirmation of parts attached.....................................................................11
6. Space required around unit..........................................................................11
7. Lifting method..............................................................................................11
8. Installation of unit........................................................................................ 12
8.1. Installation.................................................................................. 12
9. Refrigerant piping installation...................................................................... 12
9.1. Caution....................................................................................... 12
9.2. Refrigerant piping system ......................................................... 13
1. Safety precautions
1.1. Before installation and electric work
u Before installing the unit, make sure you read all the
“Safety precautions”.
u The “Safety precautions” provide very important points
regarding safety. Make sure you follow them.
Symbols used in the text
Warning:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent danger of injury
or death to the user.
Caution:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent damage to the unit.
Symbols used in the illustrations
: Indicates an action that must be avoided.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
: Indicates that important instructions must be followed.
: Indicates a part which must be grounded.
: Beware of electric shock. (This symbol is displayed on the main unit
label.) <Color: yellow>
Warning:
Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
•
•
HIGH VOLTAGE WARNING:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Control box houses high-voltage parts.
When opening or closing the front panel of the control box, do not let it
come into contact with any of the internal components.
Before inspecting the inside of the control box, turn off the power,
keep the unit off for at least 10 minutes, and confirm that the voltage
between FT-P and FT-N on INV Board has dropped to DC20V or less.
(It takes about 10 minutes to discharge electricity after the power
supply is turned off.)
Warning:
Do not use refrigerant other than the type indicated in the manuals
provided with the unit and on the nameplate.
- Doing so may cause the unit or pipes to burst, or result in explosion or fire
during use, during repair, or at the time of disposal of the unit.
- It may also be in violation of applicable laws.
- MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION cannot be held responsible for
malfunctions or accidents resulting from the use of the wrong type of refrigerant.
Ask the dealer or an authorized technician to install the air conditioner.
- Improper installation by the user may result in water leakage, electric
shock, or fire.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
Install the unit at a place that can withstand its weight.
- Failure to do so may cause the unit to fall down, resulting in injuries and
damage to the unit.
Use the specified cables for wiring. Make the connections securely so
that the outside force of the cable is not applied to the terminals.
- Inadequate connection and fastening may generate heat and cause a fire.
Prepare for strong winds and earthquakes and install the unit at the
specified place.
- Improper installation may cause the unit to topple and result in injury and
damage to the unit.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Always use filters and other accessories specified by Mitsubishi Electric.
- Ask an authorized technician to install the accessories. Improper
installation by the user may result in water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
Never repair the unit. If the air conditioner must be repaired, consult
the dealer.
- If the unit is repaired improperly, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may
result.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a
hazard.
Do not touch the heat exchanger fins.
- Improper handling may result in injury.
If refrigerant gas leaks during installation work, ventilate the room.
- If the refrigerant gas comes into contact with a flame, poisonous gases will
be released.
Install the air conditioner according to this Installation Manual.
- If the unit is installed improperly, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may
result.
Have all electric work done by a licensed electrician according
to “Electric Facility Engineering Standard” and “Interior Wire
Regulations” and the instructions given in this manual and always use
a dedicated power supply.
- If the power source capacity is inadequate or electric work is performed
improperly, electric shock and fire may result.
Securely install the outdoor unit terminal cover (panel).
- If the terminal cover (panel) is not installed properly, dust or water may
enter the outdoor unit and fire or electric shock may result.
When installing and moving the air conditioner to another site, do not
charge it with a refrigerant different from the refrigerant specified on
the unit.
- If a different refrigerant or air is mixed with the original refrigerant, the
refrigerant cycle may malfunction and the unit may be damaged.
If the air conditioner is installed in a small room, measures must be
taken to prevent the refrigerant concentration from exceeding the
safety limit if the refrigerant should leak.
- Consult the dealer regarding the appropriate measures to prevent the
safety limit from being exceeded. Should the refrigerant leak and cause
the safety limit to be exceeded, hazards due to lack of oxygen in the room
could result.
When moving and reinstalling the air conditioner, consult the dealer or
an authorized technician.
- If the air conditioner is installed improperly, water leakage, electric shock,
or fire may result.
After completing installation work, make sure that refrigerant gas is not
leaking.
- If the refrigerant gas leaks and is exposed to a fan heater, stove, oven, or
other heat source, it may generate noxious gases.
Do not reconstruct or change the settings of the protection devices.
- If the pressure switch, thermal switch, or other protection device is shorted
or operated forcibly, or parts other than those specified by Mitsubishi
Electric are used, fire or explosion may result.
To dispose of this product, consult your dealer.
The installer and system specialist shall secure safety against leakage
according to local regulation or standards.
- Choose the appropriate wire size and the switch capacities for the main
power supply described in this manual if local regulations are not available.
Pay special attention to the place of installation, such as a basement,
etc. where refrigeration gas can accumulate, since refrigerant is
heavier than the air.
For outdoor units that allow fresh air intake to the indoor unit, the
installation site must be carefully chosen to ensure only clean air can
enter the room.
- Direct exposure to outdoor air may have harmful effects on people or food.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
1.2. Precautions for devices that use
R410A refrigerant
1.4. Before installation (relocation) electrical work
•
•
•
GB
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Caution:
Use refrigerant piping made of phosphorus deoxidized copper and
copper alloy seamless pipes and tubes. In addition, be sure that the
inner and outer surfaces of the pipes are clean and free of hazardous
sulphur, oxides, dust/dirt, shaving particles, oils, moisture, or any other
contaminant.
- Contaminants on the inside of the refrigerant piping may cause the
refrigerant oil to deteriorate.
Store the piping to be used during installation indoors and keep both
ends of the piping sealed until just before brazing. (Store elbows and
other joints in a plastic bag.)
- If dust, dirt, or water enters the refrigerant cycle, deterioration of the oil and
compressor failure may result.
Apply a small amount of ester oil, ether oil, or alkyl benzene to flares.
(for indoor unit)
- Infiltration of a large amount of mineral oil may cause the refrigerant oil to
deteriorate.
Use liquid refrigerant to fill the system.
- If gas refrigerant is used to fill the system, the composition of the
refrigerant in the cylinder will change and performance may drop.
Do not use a refrigerant other than R410A.
- If another refrigerant (R22, etc.) is mixed with R410A, the chlorine in the
refrigerant may cause the refrigerant oil to deteriorate.
Use a vacuum pump with a reverse flow check valve.
- The vacuum pump oil may flow back into the refrigerant cycle and cause
the refrigerant oil to deteriorate.
Do not use the following tools that are used with conventional
refrigerants.
(Gauge manifold, charge hose, gas leak detector, reverse flow check
valve, refrigerant charge base, refrigerant recovery equipment)
- If the conventional refrigerant and refrigerant oil are mixed in the R410A,
the refrigerant may deteriorate.
- If water is mixed in the R410A, the refrigerant oil may deteriorate.
- Since R410A does not contain any chlorine, gas leak detectors for
conventional refrigerants will not react to it.
Do not use a charging cylinder.
- Using a charging cylinder may cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
Be especially careful when managing the tools.
- If dust, dirt, or water gets into the refrigerant cycle, the refrigerant may
deteriorate.
1.3. Before installation
•
•
•
•
•
Caution:
Do not install the unit where combustible gas may leak.
- If the gas leaks and accumulates around the unit, an explosion may result.
Do not use the air conditioner where food, pets, plants, precision
instruments, or artwork are kept.
- The quality of the food, etc. may deteriorate.
Do not use the air conditioner in special environments.
- Oil, steam, sulfuric smoke, etc. can significantly reduce the performance of
the air conditioner or damage its parts.
When installing the unit in a hospital, communication station, or similar
place, provide sufficient protection against noise.
- Inverter equipment, private power generator, high-frequency medical
equipment, or radio communication equipment may cause the air
conditioner to operate erroneously, or fail to operate. On the other hand,
the air conditioner may affect such equipment by creating noise that
disturbs medical treatment or image broadcasting.
Do not install the unit on or over things that are subject to water
damage.
- When the room humidity exceeds 80% or when the drain pipe is clogged,
condensation may drip from the indoor unit. Perform collective drainage
work together with the outdoor unit, as required.
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Caution:
Ground the unit.
- Do not connect the ground wire to gas or water pipes, lightning rods, or
telephone ground lines. Improper grounding may result in electric shock.
Never connect in reverse phases.
Never connect the Power Line L1, L2, and L3 to Terminal N.
- If the unit is miss wired, when power is supplied, some electrical parts will
be damaged.
Install the power cable so that tension is not applied to the cable.
- Tension may cause the cable to break and generate heat and cause a fire.
Install a leak circuit breaker, as required.
- If a leak circuit breaker is not installed, electric shock may result.
Use power line cables of sufficient current carrying capacity and rating.
- Cables that are too small may leak, generate heat, and cause a fire.
Use only a circuit breaker and fuse of the specified capacity.
- A fuse or circuit breaker of a larger capacity, or the use of a substitute
simple steel or copper wire may result in a general unit failure or fire.
Do not wash the air conditioner units.
- Washing them may cause an electric shock.
Be careful that the installation base is not damaged by long use.
- If the damage is left uncorrected, the unit may fall and cause personal
injury or property damage.
Install the drain piping according to this Installation Manual to ensure
proper drainage. Wrap thermal insulation around the pipes to prevent
condensation.
- Improper drain piping may cause water leakage and damage to furniture
and other possessions.
Be very careful about transporting the product.
- One person should not carry the product. Its weight is in excess of 20kg.
- Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any PP bands as
a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
- Do not touch the heat exchanger fins. Doing so may cut your fingers.
- When transporting the outdoor unit, support it at the specified positions on
the unit base. Also support the outdoor unit at four points so that it cannot
slip sideways.
Safely dispose of the packing materials.
- Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden parts, may
cause stabs or other injuries.
- Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that children will not
play with them. If children play with a plastic bag which has not been torn
apart, they face the risk of suffocation.
1.5. Before starting the test run
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Caution:
Turn on the power at least 12 hours before starting operation.
- Starting operation immediately after turning on the main power switch
can result in irreversible damage to internal parts. Keep the power switch
turned on during the operational season. Make sure of the phase order of
power supply and voltage between each phase.
Do not touch the switches with wet fingers.
- Touching a switch with wet fingers can result in an electric shock.
Do not touch the refrigerant pipes during and immediately after
operation.
- During and immediately after operation, the refrigerant pipes may be hot
or cold, depending on the condition of the refrigerant flowing through the
refrigerant piping, compressor, and other refrigerant cycle parts. Your
hands may suffer burns or frostbite if you touch the refrigerant pipes.
Do not operate the air conditioner with the panels and guards removed.
- Rotating, hot, or high-voltage parts can cause injuries.
Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping operation.
- Always wait at least 5 minutes before turning off the power. Otherwise,
drainage water leakage or mechanical failure of sensitive parts may occur.
Do not touch the surface of the compressor during servicing.
- If unit is connected to a supply and not running, the crank case heater
located at the base of the compressor may still be operating.
2. About the product
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This unit uses R410A-type refrigerant.
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Piping for systems using R410A may be different from that for systems using
conventional refrigerant because the design pressure in systems using
R410A is higher. Refer to the Data Book for more information.
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Some of the tools and equipment used for installation with systems that use
other types of refrigerant cannot be used with the systems using R410A.
Refer to the Data Book for more information.
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Caution:
Do not vent R410A into the atmosphere.
R410A is a Fluorinated Greenhouse gas, covered by the Kyoto Protocol
with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) = 1975.
3. Combination of outdoor units
The unit described in this manual cannot be used in combination. It is designed to be used as a single unit.
Outdoor unit model
Component unit model
PURY-RP200YJM-B(-BS)
PURY-RP250YJM-B(-BS)
PURY-RP300YJM-B(-BS)
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4. Specifications
PURY-RP200YJM-B PURY-RP250YJM-B PURY-RP300YJM-B
56dB <A>
57dB <A>
59dB <A>
0 Pa *2
50~150% *1
15~250
1~20
1~25
1~30
Cooling mode: – 5°CDB ~ 43°CDB
Heating mode: – 20°CWB ~ 15.5°CWB
Cooling mode: 21°CDB ~ 43°CDB
Heating mode: – 12.5°CWB ~ 20°CWB
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Model
Noise level (50/60Hz)
External static pressure
Total capacity
Indoor units
Model
Quantity
Standard type
Operation
temperature Fresh air intake type
*1: The total indoor capacity of units run simultaneously is 150% or less.
*2: To enable high static pressure with RP200, RP250, RP300, set the DipSW on the main panel as follows.
SW3-9: ON, SW3-10 60Pa compatible: OFF, 30Pa compatible: ON
5. Confirmation of parts attached
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This unit includes the following parts. Please check.
For usage methods, refer to item 10.2.
Model
RP200
RP250
RP300
1 Connecting pipe
ID ø25.4, ID ø28.58
<Low-pressure side>
1 pc.
1 pc.
1 pc.
6. Space required around unit
1 In case of single installation
<Wall height limit> Front: Up to the unit height
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Secure enough space around the unit as shown in the figure on page 2.
Back: Up to 500 mm from the unit bottom
[Fig. 6.0.1] (P.2)
Side: Up to the unit height
<A>
<C>
A
C
Top view
<B> Side view
When there is little space up to an obstruction
Front
B Unit height
Back
D Air outlet guide (Procured at the site)
(4) If there are obstacles at the upper part of the unit
2 In case of collective installation
[Fig. 6.0.2] (P.2)
A Front
C Wall height (H)
(1) If the distance is 300 mm or more between the rear side and the wall
(2) If the distance is 100 mm or more between the rear side and the wall
(3) If the wall height (H) of the front, rear or side exceeds the wall height
restriction
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When the height of the walls on the front, back or on the sides <H> exceeds
the wall height limit as defined here, add the height that exceeds the height
limit <h> to the figures that are marked with an asterisk.
B Must be open
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When multiple units are installed adjacent to each other, secure enough
space to allow for air circulation and walkway between groups of units as
shown in the figures on page 2.
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At least two sides must be left open.
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As with the single installation, add the height that exceeds the height limit
<h> to the figures that are marked with an asterisk.
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If there is a wall at both the front and the rear of the unit, install up to 6 units
consecutively in the side direction and provide a space of 1000 mm or more
as inlet space/passage space for each 6 units.
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Place protective padding at the corners of the product to protect the product
from scratches or dents that might be caused by the rope.
7. Lifting method
[Fig. 7.0.1] (P.2)
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Use suspension ropes that will withstand the weight of the unit.
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When moving the unit, use a 4-point suspension, and avoid giving impacts
to the unit (Do not use 2-point suspension).
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Place protective pads on the unit where it comes in contact with the ropes to
protect the unit from being scratched.
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Set the angle of roping at 40° or less.
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Use 2 ropes that are each longer than 8 meters.
Caution:
Be very careful when carrying/moving the product.
- When installing the outdoor unit, suspend the unit at the specified location of
the unit base. Stabilize as necessary so that it does not move to the side and
support it at 4 points. If the unit is installed or suspended with 3-point support,
the unit may become unstable and fall.
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8. Installation of unit
8.1. Installation
[Fig. 8.1.2]
A Screws
[Fig. 8.1.1] (P.3)
<A> Without detachable leg
A M10 anchor bolt procured at the site.
C Fixing bracket for the hole-in anchor
bolt (3 locations to fix with screws).
<B> With detachable leg
B Corner is not seated.
D Detachable leg
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The detachable leg can be removed at the site.
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Detaching the detachable leg
Loosen the three screws to detach the detachable leg (Two each in the front
and back).
If the base leg finish is damaged when detaching, be sure to repair at the
site.
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Fix unit tightly with bolts so that unit will not fall down due to earthquakes or
strong winds.
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Use concrete or an angle bracket for the foundation of unit.
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Vibration may be transmitted to the installation section and noise and
vibration may be generated from the floor and walls, depending on the
installation conditions. Therefore, provide ample vibrationproofing (cushion
pads, cushion frame, etc.).
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Be sure that the corners are firmly seated. If the corners are not firmly
seated, the installation feet may be bent.
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When using cushion pads, be sure that the full width of the unit is covered.
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The projecting length of the anchor bolt should be less than 30 mm.
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Hole-in anchor bolts are not compatible with this product. However, if fixing
brackets are mounted on the 4 locations of the unit attachment part, hole-in
anchor bolts can be used.
Warning:
Be sure to install unit in a place strong enough to withstand its weight.
Any lack of strength may cause unit to fall down, resulting in a
personal injury.
Have installation work in order to protect against strong winds and
earthquakes.
Any installation deficiency may cause unit to fall down, resulting in a
personal injury.
When building the foundation, give full attention to the floor strength, drain water
disposal <during operation, drain water flows out of the unit>, and piping and
wiring routes.
Precautions when routing the pipes and wires below the unit (Without
detachable leg)
When routing the pipes and wires below the unit, be sure that the foundation and
base work do not block the base through-holes. Also make sure the foundation
is at least 100 mm high so that the piping can pass under the unit.
9. Refrigerant piping installation
The pipe is connected via a terminal-branch type connection in which refrigerant
piping from the outdoor unit is branched at the terminal and is connected to each
of the indoor units.
The method of pipe connection is as follows: flare connection for the indoor
units, low-pressure pipes and high-pressure pipes for outdoor units, brazed
connection. Note that the branched sections are brazed.
Warning:
Do not use refrigerant other than the type indicated in the manuals
provided with the unit and on the nameplate.
- Doing so may cause the unit or pipes to burst, or result in explosion or fire
during use, during repair, or at the time of disposal of the unit.
- It may also be in violation of applicable laws.
- MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION cannot be held responsible for
malfunctions or accidents resulting from the use of the wrong type of refrigerant.
Always use extreme care to prevent the refrigerant gas from leaking while
using fire or flame. If the refrigerant gas comes in to contact with a flame
from any source, such as a gas stove, it breaks down and generates
a poisonous gas which can cause gas poisoning. Never weld in an
unventilated room. Always conduct an inspection for gas leakage after
installation of the refrigerant piping has been completed.
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Caution:
Do not vent R410A into the atmosphere.
R410A is a Fluorinated Greenhouse gas, covered by the Kyoto Protocol
with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) = 1975.
9.1. Caution
This unit uses refrigerant R410A. Follow the local regulations on materials and
pipe thickness when selecting pipes. (Refer to the table below.)
1 Use the following materials for refrigeration piping.
• Material: Use copper alloy seamless pipes made of phosphorus
deoxidized copper. Ensure the inner and outer surfaces of the pipes are
clean and free from hazardous sulfur, oxide, dusts, shaving particles,
oils, and moisture (contamination).
• Size: Refer to item 9.2. for detailed information on refrigerant piping system.
2 Commercially available piping often contains dust and other materials. Always blow it clean with a dry inert gas.
6 Use a fitting if a specified refrigerant pipe has a different diameter from that
of a branching pipe.
7 Always observe the restrictions on the refrigerant piping (such as rated
length, height difference, and piping diameter) to prevent equipment failure
or a decline in heating/cooling performance.
8 Either a lack or an excess of refrigerant causes the unit to make an
emergency stop. Charge the system with an appropriate amount of
refrigerant. When servicing, always check the notes concerning pipe
length and amount of additional refrigerant at both locations, the refrigerant
volume calculation table on the back of the service panel and the additional
refrigerant section on the labels for the combined number of indoor units
(Refer to item 9.2. for detailed information on refrigerant piping system).
9 Be sure to charge the system using liquid refrigerant.
0 Never use refrigerant to perform an air purge. Always evacuate using a
vacuum pump.
a Always insulate the piping properly. Insufficient insulation will result in a
decline in heating/cooling performance, water drops from condensation and
other such problems (Refer to item 10.4 for thermal insulation of refrigerant
piping).
b When connecting the refrigerant piping, make sure the valve of the outdoor
unit is completely closed (the factory setting) and do not operate it until
the refrigerant piping for the outdoor, indoor units and BC controller has
been connected, a refrigerant leakage test has been performed and the
evacuation process has been completed.
c Braze only with non-oxide brazing material for piping. Failure to do so
may damage the compressor. Be sure to perform the non-oxidation
brazing with a nitrogen purge.
Do not use any commercially available anti-oxidizing agent since it may
cause pipe corrosion and degrading of the refrigerant oil.
Please contact Mitsubishi Electric for more details.
(Refer to item 10.2. for details of the piping connection and valve operation)
d Never perform outdoor unit piping connection work when it is raining.
Warning:
3 Use care to prevent dust, water or other contaminants from entering the
piping during installation.
When installing and moving the unit, do not charge the system with any
other refrigerant other than the refrigerant specified on the unit.
- Mixing of a different refrigerant, air, etc. may cause the refrigerant cycle to
malfunction and may result in severe damage.
4 Reduce the number of bending portions as much as possible, and make
bending radii as big as possible.
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5 For indoor and outdoor branching and merging section, be sure to use the
following twinning pipe sets and merge pipe sets (sold separately).
Indoor junction pipe kit model
Total indoor model
P100 ~ P250
CMY-R160-J1
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Caution:
Use a vacuum pump with a reverse flow check valve.
- If the vacuum pump does not have a reverse flow check valve, the vacuum
pump oil may flow back into the refrigerant cycle and cause deterioration of
the refrigerant oil.
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Connection example
[Fig. 9.2.1] (P.3, 4)
Outdoor model
High-pressure side
Low-pressure side
Total capacity of indoor units
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Model number
A Outdoor unit
B BC controller (standard)
C BC controller (main)
D BC controller (sub)
E Indoor unit (15 ~ 80)
F Indoor unit (100 ~ 250)
*1 ø25.4 for R22
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9.2. Refrigerant piping system
Do not use the tools shown below used with conventional refrigerant.
(Gauge manifold, charge hose, gas leak detector, check valve,
refrigerant charge base, vacuum gauge, refrigerant recovery
equipment)
- Mixing of conventional refrigerant and refrigerant oil may cause the
refrigerant oil to deteriorate.
- Mixing of water will cause the refrigerant oil to deteriorate.
- R410A refrigerant does not contain any chlorine. Therefore, gas leak
detectors for conventional refrigerants will not react to it.
Manage the tools used for R410A more carefully than normal.
- If dust, dirt, or water gets in the refrigerant cycle, the refrigerant oil will
deteriorate.
Store the piping to be used during installation indoors and keep both
ends of the piping sealed until just before brazing.
- If dust, dirt, or water gets into the refrigerant cycle, the oil will deteriorate
and the compressor may fail.
Do not use a charging cylinder.
- Using a charging cylinder may cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
Do not use special detergents for washing piping.
10.Additional refrigerant charge
At the time of shipping, the outdoor unit is charged with refrigerant.
This charge does not include the amount needed for extended piping and
additional charging of each refrigerant line will be required on site. In order that
future servicing may be properly provided, always keep a record of the size and
length of each refrigerant line and the amount of additional charge by writing it in
the space provided on the outdoor unit.
10.1.Calculation of additional refrigerant
charge
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Calculate the amount of additional charge based on the length of the piping
extension and the size of the refrigerant line.
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Use the table below as a guide for calculating the amount of additional
charging and then charge the system accordingly.
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If the calculation results in a fraction of less than 0.1 kg, round up to the next
0.1 kg. For example, if the result of the calculation was 27.73 kg, round the
result up to 27.8 kg.
<Additional charge>
Additional refrigerant
charge
=
High-pressure
pipe size
Total length of ø19.05 +
×0.16
(m)×0.16(kg/m)
High-pressure
pipe size
Total length of ø15.88
×0.11
(m)×0.11(kg/m)
+
Liquid Piping Size
Total length of ø9.52
×0.06
(m)×0.06(kg/m)
Liquid Piping Size
Total length of ø6.35
×0.024
(m)×0.024(kg/m)
(kg)
+
Liquid Piping Size
Total length of ø12.7
×0.12
(m)×0.12(kg/m)
Total Outdoor Unit
Model Name
+
RP200
BC controller
(Standard/Main)
Per Unit
2.0kg
RP250
3.0kg
RP300
<Example>
Indoor
1: 100
2: 50
3: 40
4: 32
A: ø19.05
a: ø9.52
b: ø9.52
c: ø6.35
d: ø6.35
40 m
10 m
5m
5m
3m
+
BC controller
(Sub) Total Units
+
Total Capacity of
Connected Indoor Units
BC controller
(Sub) Per Unit
1
1.0 kg
2
2.0 kg
+
~80
81~160
161~330
331~390
391~
Per Indoor
Unit
2.0kg
2.5kg
3.0kg
3.5kg
4.5kg
The total length of each liquid line is as follows:
ø19.05: A = 40 m
ø9.52: a + b = 15 m
ø6.35: c + d = 8 m
Therefore,
<Calculation example>
Additional refrigerant charge
= 40 × 0.16 + 15 × 0.06 + 8 × 0.024 + 2 + 3
= 12.5 kg
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10.2.Precautions concerning piping
connection and valve operation
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<Refrigerant piping connection examples>
[Fig.10.2.2] (P.5)
1
<A>
<C>
<E>
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Conduct piping connection and valve operation accurately and carefully.
Removing the pinched connecting pipe
When shipped, a pinched connecting pipe is attached to the on site highpressure and low-pressure valves to prevent gas leakage.
Take the following steps 1 through 4 to remove the pinched connecting
pipe before connecting refrigerant pipes to the outdoor unit.
1 Check that the refrigerant service valve is fully closed (turned clockwise
all the way).
2 Connect a charging hose to the service port on the low‑pressure/
high‑pressure refrigerant service valve, and extract the gas in the
pipe section between the refrigerant service valve and the pinched
connecting pipe (Tightening torque 12N·m).
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3 After vacuuming gas from the pinched connecting pipe, sever the
pinched connecting pipe at the location shown in [Fig.10.2.1] and drain
the refrigerant.
*1 Use a pipe cutter to sever.
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[Fig. 10.2.1] (P.5)
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Caution:
Place a wet towel on the refrigerant service valve before heating the brazed
section to keep the temperature of the valve from exceeding 120 ˚C.
Direct the flame away from the wiring and metal sheets inside the unit
to prevent heat damage.
Caution:
Do not vent R410A into the atmosphere.
R410A is a Fluorinated Greenhouse gas, covered by the Kyoto
Protocol, with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) = 1975.
Refrigerant pipe connection
This product includes connecting pipes for front piping and bottom postpiping. (Refer to [Fig.10.2.2])
Check the high‑pressure/low‑pressure piping dimensions before connecting
the refrigerant pipe.
Refer to item 9.2 Refrigerant piping system for piping dimensions.
Make sure that the refrigerant pipe is not touching other refrigerants pipes,
unit panels, or base plates.
Be sure to use non-oxidative brazing when connecting pipes.
Be careful not to burn the wiring and plate when brazing.
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Bottom pipe routing
RP200, RP250, : Expand the high-pressure side on-site piping
RP300
(IDø19.05) and connect to the refrigerant service
valve piping.
RP200*1
: Expand the low-pressure side on-site piping
(IDø25.4) and connect to the refrigerant service
valve piping.
RP200, RP250, : Sever the included connecting pipe 1 as shown
RP300
in the figure with a pipe cutter to use. Expand the
on-site piping to connect to IDø28.58.
*1 In the case of R22
Satisfy the minimum insertion depth in the table below when expanding on-site
piping
Pipe diameter (mm)
5 or more less than 8
8 or more less than 12
12 or more less than 16
16 or more less than 25
25 or more less than 35
35 or more less than 45
Warning:
The sections between the refrigerant service valves and the pinched
connecting pipes are filled with gas and refrigerant oil. Extract the gas
and refrigerant oil in the above-mentioned pipe section before heating
the brazed section to remove the refrigerant service valve pinched
connecting pipe.
- If the brazed section is heated without first extracting the gas and
refrigerant oil, the pipe may burst or the pinched connecting pipe may blow
off and ignite the refrigerant oil, causing serious injury.
Front pipe routing
RP200, RP250, : Expand the high-pressure side on-site piping
RP300
(IDø19.05) and connect to the refrigerant service
valve piping.
RP200*1
: Expand the low-pressure side on-site piping
(IDø25.4) and connect to the refrigerant service
valve piping.
RP200, RP250, : Use the included connecting pipe 1 to connect.
RP300
4 After completing 2 and 3 heat the brazed section to remove the
pinched connecting pipe.
<A> Refrigerant service valve (high-pressure side/brazed type)
<B> Refrigerant service valve (low-pressure side/brazed type)
A Shaft
Fully closed at the factory, when connecting the piping, and when
vacuuming. Open fully after these operations are completed.
<When opening>
• Turn the shaft counterclockwise with a hexagonal wrench.
• Turn around the shaft until it stops.
<When closing>
• Turn the shaft clockwise with a hexagonal wrench.
• Turn around the shaft until it stops.
B Service port
Available for gas venting of the pinched connecting pipe, or vacuuming in the
refrigerant pipes on the site.
(Tightening torque 12 N·m)
C Cap
Remove the cap before operating the shaft. Be sure to return it to the original
position after completing the operation.
D Pinched connecting pipe severing portion
E Pinched connecting pipe brazing portion
Connecting pipe (ID ø25.4, ID ø28.58) <Included with outdoor unit>
Front pipe routing
<B> Bottom pipe routing
Low-pressure side
<D> High-pressure side
Severing portion referral figure
Shape
When not attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe
When attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe
Refrigerant service valve piping
On-site piping (low-pressure connecting pipe)
On-site piping (high-pressure connecting pipe)
75 mm (reference measurement)
ID ø25.4 side
Severing portion
Minimum insertion depth (mm)
6
7
8
10
12
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After evacuation and refrigerant charging, ensure that the handle is fully
open. If operating with the valve closed, abnormal pressure will be imparted
to the high- or low-pressure side of the refrigerant circuit, giving damage to
the compressor, four-way valve, etc.
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Determine the amount of additional refrigerant charge by using the formula,
and charge refrigerant additionally through the service port after completing
piping connection work.
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After completing work, tighten the service port and cap securely so as not to
generate any gas leakage. (Refer to the table on the below for appropriate
tightening torque.)
Appropriate tightening torque:
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Cap (N·m)
Shaft (N·m)
15
20
25
25
25
6
9
15
30
30
Size of
hexagonal
wrench
(mm)
4
4
6
8
8
Caution:
Service port
(N·m)
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Caution:
Keep the valve closed until refrigerant charging to the pipes to be
added on site has been completed. Opening the valve before charging
the refrigerant may cause damage to the unit.
Do not use a leak detection additive.
Make sure to seal-off the openings for the pipe and wire retrieval.
• Small animals, rainwater, or snow entering through the openings may
cause damage to the device.
10.3.Airtight test, evacuation, and
refrigerant charging
1 Airtight test
Perform with the valve of the outdoor unit closed, and pressurize the
connection piping and the indoor unit from the service port provided on the
valve of the outdoor unit. (Always pressurize from both the high-pressure
pipe and the low-pressure pipe service ports.)
[Fig. 10.3.1] (P.6)
A
D
G
J
[Fig. 10.2.3] (P.5)
A Example of closure materials (field supply)
B Fill the gap at the site
*When not attaching a low-pressure twinning pipe.
Make sure to seal-off the space around areas where the wires and refrigerant
pipes enter the unit to ensure that small animals, rainwater, or snow cannot
enter the unit through such openings and cause damage to the unit.
Nitrogen gas
Low knob
Low-pressure pipe
Service port
Airtight test procedure
Restriction
Caution:
Only use refrigerant R410A.
- The use of other refrigerants such as R22 or R407C, which contains chlorine,
will deteriorate the refrigerating machine oil or cause the compressor to
malfunction.
2 Evacuation
Evacuate with the valve of the outdoor unit closed and evacuate both the
connection piping and the indoor unit from the service port provided on the
valve of the outdoor unit using a vacuum pump. (Always evacuate from the
service port of both the high-pressure pipe and the low-pressure pipe.) After
the vacuum reaches 650 Pa [abs], continue evacuation for at least one hour
or more. Then, stop the vacuum pump and leave it for 1 hour. Ensure the
degree of vacuum has not increased. (If the degree of vacuum increase
is larger than 130 Pa, water might have entered. Apply pressure to dry
nitrogen gas up to 0.05 MPa and vacuum again.) Finally, seal in with the
liquid refrigerant through the high-pressure pipe, and adjust the low-pressure
piping to obtain an appropriate amount of the refrigerant during operation.
* Never perform air purging using refrigerant.
[Fig. 10.3.2] (P.6)
System analyzer
Valve
Service port
Valve
Vacuum pump
B
E
H
K
N
Low knob
Low-pressure pipe
Three-way joint
R410A cylinder
To indoor unit
C
F
I
L
O
C System analyzer
F Valve
I Outdoor unit
Observe the following restrictions when conducting an air tightness test
to prevent negative effects on the refrigerating machine oil. Also, with
nonazeotropic refrigerant (R410A), gas leakage causes the composition to
change and affects performance. Therefore, perform the airtightness test
cautiously.
(1) After pressurizing to the design pressure (3.6 MPa) using nitrogen gas, allow it to
stand for about one day. If the pressure does not drop, airtightness is good.
However, if the pressure drops, since the leaking point is unknown, the following
bubble test may also be performed.
(2) After the pressurization described above, spray the flare connection parts, brazed
parts, and other parts that may leak with a bubbling agent (Kyuboflex, etc.) and
visually check for bubbles.
(3) After the airtight test, wipe off the bubbling agent.
A
D
G
J
M
B To indoor unit
E Hi knob
H High-pressure pipe
Hi knob
High-pressure pipe
Valve
Scale
Outdoor unit
•
If a flammable gas or air (oxygen) is used as the pressurization
gas, it may catch fire or explode.
Note:
• Always add an appropriate amount of refrigerant. Also always charge
the system with liquid refrigerant.
• Use a gauge manifold, charging hose, and other parts for the
refrigerant indicated on the unit.
• Use a graviometer. (One that can measure down to 0.1 kg.)
• Use a vacuum pump with a reverse flow check valve.
(Recommended vacuum gauge: ROBINAIR 14830A Thermistor Vacuum
Gauge)
Also use a vacuum gauge that reaches 65 Pa [abs] or below after
operating for five minutes.
3 Refrigerant Charging
Do not use refrigerant other than the type indicated in the manuals
provided with the unit and on the nameplate.
- Doing so may cause the unit or pipes to burst, or result in explosion or
fire during use, during repair, or at the time of disposal of the unit.
- It may also be in violation of applicable laws.
- MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION cannot be held responsible
for malfunctions or accidents resulting from the use of the wrong type of
refrigerant.
Since the refrigerant used with the unit is nonazerotropic, it must be charged
in the liquid state. Consequently, when charging the unit with refrigerant from
a cylinder, if the cylinder does not have a syphon pipe, charge the liquid
refrigerant by turning the cylinder upside-down as shown in Fig.10.3.3. If
the cylinder has a syphon pipe like that shown in the picture on the right,
the liquid refrigerant can be charged with the cylinder standing upright.
Therefore, give careful attention to the cylinder specifications. If the unit
should be charged with gas refrigerant, replace all the refrigerant with new
refrigerant. Do not use the refrigerant remaining in the cylinder.
[Fig. 10.3.3] (P.6)
A Syphon pipe
B In case of the R410A cylinder having no syphon pipe.
15
GB
Outer
diameter of
copper pipe
(mm)
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø15.88
ø19.05
ø25.4
10.4.Thermal insulation of refrigerant
piping
Penetrations
[Fig. 10.4.4] (P.6)
<A>
<C>
<E>
<F>
A
C
E
G
I
J
Be sure to add insulation work to refrigerant piping by covering high-pressure
pipe and low-pressure pipe separately with enough thickness heat-resistant
polyethylene, so that no gap is observed in the joint between indoor unit and
insulating material, and insulating materials themselves. When insulation work is
insufficient, there is a possibility of condensation drip, etc. Pay special attention
to insulation work in the ceiling plenum.
[Fig. 10.4.1] (P.6)
A Steel wire
C Asphaltic oily mastic or asphalt
E Outer covering B
GB
Heat
insulation
material A
Outer
covering B
B Piping
D Heat insulation material A
Inner wall (concealed)
<B> Outer wall
Outer wall (exposed)
<D> Floor (waterproofing)
Roof pipe shaft
Penetrating portion on fire limit and boundary wall
Sleeve
B Heat insulating material
Lagging
D Caulking material
Band
F Waterproofing layer
Sleeve with edge
H Lagging material
Mortar or other incombustible caulking
Incombustible heat insulation material
Glass fiber + Steel wire
When filling a gap with mortar, cover the penetration part with steel plate so
that the insulation material will not be caved in. For this part, use incombustible
materials for both insulation and covering. (Vinyl covering should not be used.)
Adhesive + Heat - resistant polyethylene foam + Adhesive tape
•
Indoor
Floor exposed
Outdoor
Vinyl tape
Water-proof hemp cloth + Bronze asphalt
Water-proof hemp cloth + Zinc plate + Oily paint
Note:
• When using polyethylene as a covering material, asphalt roofing shall
not be required.
• No heat insulation must be provided to electric wires.
[Fig. 10.4.2] (P.6)
A High-pressure pipe
D Finishing tape
B Low-pressure pipe C Electric wire
E Insulator
Insulation materials for the pipes to be added on site must meet the following
specifications:
High-pressure pipe
10 mm or more
Outdoor unit
-BC controller Low-pressure pipe
20 mm or more
Pipe size 6.35 mm to 25.4 mm 10 mm or more
BC controller
-indoor unit Pipe size 28.58 mm to 38.1 mm 15 mm or more
* Installation of pipes in a high-temperature high-humidity environment, such
as the top floor of a building, may require the use of insulation materials
thicker than the ones specified in the chart above.
* When certain specifications presented by the client must be met, ensure that
they also meet the specifications on the chart above.
[Fig. 10.4.3] (P.6)
11.Wiring (For details, refer to the installation manual of each unit and controller.)
11.1.Caution
1 Follow ordinance of your governmental organization for technical standard
related to electrical equipment, wiring regulations and guidance of each
electric power company.
2 Wiring for control (hereinafter referred to as transmission line) shall be (5
cm or more) apart from power source wiring so that it is not influenced by
electric noise from power source wiring (Do not insert transmission line and
power source wire in the same conduit).
3 Be sure to provide designated grounding work to the outdoor unit.
4 Give some allowance to wiring for the electrical control box on the indoor
and outdoor units, because these boxes are sometimes removed at the time
of service work.
5 Never connect the main power source to the terminal block of the
transmission line. If connected, electrical parts will burn out.
6 Use 2-core shield cable for the transmission line. If transmission lines of
different systems are wired with the same multiplecore cable, the resultant
poor transmitting and receiving will cause erroneous operations.
7 Only the transmission line specified should be connected to the terminal
block for outdoor unit transmission.
Erroneous connection does not allow the system to operate.
8 In the case of connecting with an upper class controller or to conduct group
operation in different refrigerant systems, the control line for transmission is
required between the outdoor units in different refrigerant systems.
Connect this control line between the terminal blocks for centralized control
(2-wire line with no polarity).
3. Connect the transmission lines for centralized control (between the
centralized control system and the outdoor unit of different refrigerant
systems) to the terminal block for centralized control (TB7). If the multiple
outdoor units are connected to the same refrigerant system, daisy-chain TB7
(M1, M2, S Terminal) on the outdoor units in the same refrigerant system.
(*1)
*1: If TB7 on the outdoor unit in the same refrigerant system is not daisychained, connect the transmission line for centralized control to TB7 on
the OC (*2). If the OC is out of order, or if the centralized control is being
conducted during the power supply shut-off, daisy-chain TB7 on the OC
and OS (In the case that the outdoor unit whose power supply connector
CN41 on the control board has been replaced with CN40 is out of order
or the power is shut-off, centralized control will not be conducted even
when TB7 is daisy-chained).
*2: OC and OS of the outdoor units in the same refrigerant system are
automatically identified. They are identified as OC and OS in descending
order of capacity (If the capacity is the same, they will be in ascending
order of their address number).
4. In the case of indoor-outdoor transmission line, connect the shield ground to
the grounding terminal ( ). In the case of transmission lines for centralized
control, connect it to the shield terminal (S) on the terminal block for
centralized control (TB7). Furthermore, in the case of the outdoor units
whose power supply connector CN41 is replaced with CN40, short circuit the
shield terminal (S) and the grounding terminal ( ) in addition to the above.
5. Fix the connected wires securely in place with the cable strap at the bottom
of the terminal block. External force applied to the terminal block may
damage it resulting in a short circuit, ground fault, or a fire.
[Fig. 11.2.1] (P.7)
9 Grouping is set by operating the remote controller.
A Power source
C Earth screw
11.2.Control box and connecting position
of wiring
[Fig. 11.2.2] (P.7) A Cable strap
C Transmission cable
1 Outdoor unit
1. Remove the front panel of the control box by removing the 4 screws and
pushing it up a little before pulling it out.
2. Connect the indoor - outdoor transmission line to the terminal block (TB3) for
the indoor - outdoor transmission line.
If multiple outdoor units are connected in the same refrigerant system, daisyTerminal) on the outdoor units. Connect the indoor chain TB3 (M1, M2,
Terminal)
outdoor transmission line for the outdoor units to TB3 (M1, M2,
of only one of the outdoor units.
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B Transmission line
B Power source cable
2 Conduit tube installation
•
Open by hammering the knockout holes for the conduit tube located on the
base and the bottom part of the front panel.
•
When installing the conduit tube directly through the knockout holes, remove
the burr and protect the tube with masking tape.
•
Use the conduit tube to narrow down the opening if there is a possibility of
small animals entering the unit.
11.3.Wiring transmission cables
1 Types of control cables
1. Wiring transmission cables
•
Types of transmission cables: Shielding wire CVVS, CPEVS or MVVS
•
Cable diameter: More than 1.25 mm2
•
Maximum wiring length: Within 200 m
•
Maximum length of transmission lines for centralized control and indoor/outdoor transmission lines (Maximum length via outdoor units): 500 m MAX
The maximum length of the wiring between power supply unit for transmission lines (on the transmission lines for centralized control) and each outdoor unit and
system controller is 200 m.
2. Remote control cables
M-NET Remote Controller
Kind of remote control cable
Cable diameter
Remarks
•
MA Remote Controller
Kind of remote control cable
Cable diameter
Remarks
Sheathed 2-core cable (unshielded) CVV
0.3 to 1.25 mm2 (0.75 to 1.25 mm2)*
When 10 m is exceeded, use cable with
the same specifications as 1. Wiring
transmission cables.
GB
•
Sheathed 2-core cable (unshielded) CVV
0.3 to 1.25 mm2 (0.75 to 1.25 mm2)*
Within 200 m
* Connected with simple remote controller.
2 Wiring examples
•
Controller name, symbol and allowable number of controllers.
Outdoor unit
BC controller
Indoor unit
Remote controller
Other
Name
Main unit
Sub unit
Main unit
Sub unit
Indoor unit controller
Remote controller (*1)
Transmission booster unit
Code
OC
OS
BC
BS
IC
RC
RP
Possible unit connections
– (*2)
– (*2)
One controller for one OC
Zero, one or two controllers for one OC
1 to 50 units per 1 OC (*1)
2 units maximum per group
0 to 2 units per 1 OC (*1)
*1 A transmission booster (RP) may be required depending on the number of connected indoor unit controllers.
*2 OC and OS of the outdoor units in the same refrigerant system are automatically identified. They are identified as OC and OS in descending order of capacity. (If the
capacity is the same, they will be in ascending order of their address number.)
Example of a group operation system with multiple outdoor units (Shielding wires and address setting are
necessary.)
<Examples of transmission cable wiring>
[Fig. 11.3.1] M-NET Remote Controller (P.7)
*1: When the power supply unit is not connected to the transmission line for centralized control, disconnect the male power supply connector (CN41) from ONE
outdoor unit in the system and connect it to CN40.
*2: If a system controller is used, set SW2-1 on all of the outdoor units to ON.
[Fig. 11.3.2] MA Remote Controller (P.8)
<A>
<B>
<C>
A
( )
Change the jumper connector from CN41 to CN40
SW2-1:ON
Keep the jumper connector on CN41
Group 1
B Group 3
C Group 5
Address
D
Shielded wire
E
Sub remote controller
[Fig. 11.3.3] Combination of outdoor units and transmission booster unit (P.8)
•
( ) Address
•
Daisy-chain terminals (TB3) on outdoor units in the same refrigerant system together.
•
Leave the power jumper connector on CN41 as it is. When connecting a system controller to the transmission line (TB7) for centralized control, refer to
[Fig. 11.3.1], [Fig. 11.3.2], or DATA BOOK.
<Wiring Method and Address Settings>
a. Always use shielded wire when making connections between the outdoor unit (OC) and the indoor unit (IC), as well for all OC-OC, OC-OS and IC-IC wiring intervals.
on the transmission line terminal block (TB3) of each outdoor unit (OC) to terminals M1,
b. Use feed wiring to connect terminals M1 and M2 and the earth terminal
M2 and terminal S on the transmission line block of the indoor unit (IC). For OC and OS, connect TB3 to TB3.
c. Connect terminals 1 (M1) and 2 (M2) on the transmission line terminal block of the indoor unit (IC) that has the most recent address within the same group to the
terminal block on the remote controller (RC).
d. Connect together terminals M1, M2 and terminal S on the terminal block for central control (TB7) for the outdoor unit in a different refrigerant system (OC). For OC
and OS in the same refrigerant system, connect TB7 to TB7.
e. When the power supply unit is not installed on the central control transmission line, change the jumper connector on the control board from CN41 to CN40 on only
one outdoor unit in the system.
f. Connect the terminal S on the terminal block for central control (TB7) for the outdoor unit (OC) for the unit into which the jumper connector was inserted into CN40 in
in the electrical component box.
the step above to the earth terminal
g. Set the address setting switch as follows.
* To set the outdoor unit address to 100, the outdoor address setting switch must be set to 50.
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Unit
Indoor unit (Main)
Range
01 to 50
01 to 50
Indoor unit (Sub)
51 to 100
Outdoor Unit (OC, OS)
51 to 100
BC controller (Main)
BC controller (Sub)
M-NET R/C (Main)
M-NET R/C (Sub)
MA R/C
GB
Setting Method
Use the most recent address within the same group of indoor units. With an R2 system with sub BC
controllers, set the indoor unit address in the following order:
1Indoor units connected to the main BC controller
2Indoor units connected to BC sub controller 1
3Indoor units connected to BC sub controller 2
Set the indoor unit addresses so that all the addresses of 1 are smaller than those of 2, and that all
the addresses of 2 are smaller than those of 3.
Use an address, other than that of the IC (Main) from among the units within the same group of indoor
units. This must be in sequence with the IC (Main)
Set the addresses of the outdoor units in the same refrigerant system in the order of sequential
number. OC and OS are automatically identified. (*1)
Outdoor unit address plus 1. When the set indoor unit address duplicates the address of another
indoor unit, set the new address to a vacant address within the setting range.
Lowest address within the indoor units connected to the BC controller (sub) plus 50
Set at an IC (Main) address within the same group plus 100
Set at an IC (Main) address within the same group plus 150
Unnecessary address setting (Necessary main/sub setting)
51 to 100
101 to 150
151 to 200
–
h. The group setting operations among the multiple indoor units is done by the remote controller (RC) after the electrical power has been turned on.
i. When the centralized remote controller is connected to the system, set centralized control switches (SW2-1) on control boards in all outdoor units (OC, OS) to “ON”.
*1 OC and OS of the outdoor units in the same refrigerant system are automatically identified. They are identified as OC and OS in descending order of capacity (If the
capacity is the same, they are identified in the ascending order of their address number).
<Permissible Lengths>
1 M-NET Remote controller [Fig. 11.3.1] (P.7)
•
Max length via outdoor units: L1+L2+L3+L4 and L1+L2+L3+L5 and L1+L2+L6
•
Max transmission cable length: L1 and L3+L4 and L3+L5 and L6 and L2+L6
•
Remote controller cable length:
500 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
200 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
1, 2, 3, 4
10 m (0.3 to 1.25 mm )
If the length exceeds 10 m, use a 1.25 mm2 shielded wire. The length of this section (L8) should be included in the calculation of the
maximum length and overall length.
2
2 MA Remote controller [Fig. 11.3.2] (P.8)
•
Max length via outdoor unit (M-NET cable): L1+L2+L3+L4 and L1+L2+L6
500 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
•
Max transmission cable length (M-NET cable): L1 and L3+L4 and L6 and L2+L6
•
Remote controller cable length: m1+m2 and m1+m2+m3+m4
200 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
200 m (0.3 to 1.25 mm2)
3 Transmission booster [Fig. 11.3.3] (P.8)
•
Max transmission cable length (M-NET cable):1 L11 + L12 + L13 + L14 + L16 + L17
200 m (1.25 mm2)
2 L11 + L12 + L13 + L14 + L16 + L18
200 m (1.25 mm2)
3 L11 + L12 + L13 + L15
4 L17 + L16 + L14 + L15, L15 + L14 + L16 + L18
•
Remote controller cable length:
200 m (1.25 mm2)
200 m (1.25 mm2)
1, 2
10 m (0.3 to 1.25 mm )
If the length exceeds 10 m, use 1.25 mm2 shielded cable and calculate the length of that portion (L15 and L18) as within the total
extended length and the longest remote length.
2
11.4.Wiring of main power supply and equipment capacity
Schematic Drawing of Wiring (Example)
[Fig. 11.4.1] (P.8)
A Switch (Breakers for wiring and current leakage)
D Pull box
B Breakers for current leakage
E Indoor unit
C Outdoor unit
F BC controller (standard or main)
Thickness of wire for main power supply, capacities of the switch and system impedance
Minimum wire thickness (mm2)
Breaker for current
Model
leakage
Main cable
Branch
Ground
PURY-RP200YJM-B
4
4
30A 100mA 0.1sec or less
4
4
30A 100mA 0.1sec or less
Outdoor unit PURY-RP250YJM-B
PURY-RP300YJM-B
4
4
30A 100mA 0.1sec or less
Total
operating
current of
the indoor
unit
Local swtich (A)
Capacity
Fuse
25
25
25
25
32
32
F' BC controller (sub)
Breaker for wiring
(A) NFB
30
30
30
Max. Permissive
System Impedance
*1
*1
*1
F0=20A or less*2
1.5
1.5
1.5
20A current sensitive *3
20
20
20
(apply to IEC61000-3-3)
F0=30A or less*2
2.5
2.5
2.5
30A current sensitive *3
30
30
30
(apply to IEC61000-3-3)
F0=40A or less*2
4.0
4.0
4.0
40A current sensitive *3
40
40
40
(apply to IEC61000-3-3)
*1: Meets technical requirements of IEC61000-3-3
*2: Please take the larger of F1 or F2 as the value for F0.
F1 = Total operating maximum current of the indoor units x 1.2
V1 x Quantity V1 x Quantity V1 x Quantity F2 =
+
+
of Type A
of Type B
of Others
Indoor unit
PLFY-VBM, PMFY-VBM, PEFY-VMS, PCFY-VKM,
Type A
PKFY-VHM, PKFY-VKM, PFFY-VKM, PFFY-VLRMM
Type B PEFY-VMA
Others Other indoor unit
*3: Current sensitivity is calculated using the following formula.
G1 =
V2 x Quantity of Type 1
G1
30mA or less
100mA or less
+
V2 x Quantity of Type 2
Current sensitivity
30mA 0.1sec or less
100mA 0.1sec or less
+
V2 x Quantity of Others
Type 1
Type 2
Others
18
+ V3 x Wire length [km]
Indoor unit
PLFY-VBM, PMFY-VBM, PEFY-VMS, PCFY-VKM,
PKFY-VHM, PKFY-VKM, PFFY-VKM, PFFY-VLRMM
PEFY-VMA
Other indoor unit
V2
2.4
1.6
0
Wire thickness
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
4.0mm2
V3
48
56
66
V1
1.6
3.2
0
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Use dedicated power supplies for the outdoor unit and indoor unit. Ensure OC and OS are wired individually.
Bear in mind ambient conditions (ambient temperature,direct sunlight, rain water,etc.) when proceeding with the wiring and connections.
The wire size is the minimum value for metal conduit wiring. If the voltage drops, use a wire that is one rank thicker in diameter.
Make sure the power-supply voltage does not drop more than 10%.
Specific wiring requirements should adhere to the wiring regulations of the region.
Power supply cords of parts of appliances for outdoor use shall not be lighter than polychloroprene sheathed flexible cord (design 245 IEC57). For
example, use wiring such as YZW.
6. A switch with at least 3 mm contact separation in each pole shall be provided by the Air Conditioner installer.
•
•
•
Warning:
Be sure to use specified wires for connections and ensure no external force is imparted to terminal connections. If connections are not fixed firmly,
heating or fire may result.
Be sure to use the appropriate type of overcurrent protection switch. Note that generated overcurrent may include some amount of direct current.
Caution:
Some installation sites may require attachment of an earth leakage breaker for the inverter. If no earth leakage breaker is installed, there is a danger of
electric shock.
Do not use anything other than a breaker and fuse with the correct capacity. Using a fuse or wire of too large capacity may cause malfunction or fire.
Note:
• This device is intended for the connection to a power supply system with a maximum permissible system impedance shown in the above table at the
interface point (power service box) of the user’s supply.
• The user must ensure that this device is connected only to a power supply system which fulfils the requirement above.
If necessary, the user can ask the public power supply company for the system impedance at the interface point.
• This equipment complies with IEC 61000-3-12 provided that the short-circuit power SSC is greater than or equal to SSC (*2) at the interface point between
the user’s supply and the public system. It is the responsibility of the installer or user of the equipment to ensure, by consultation with the distribution
network operator if necessary, that the equipment is connected only to a supply with a short-circuit power SSC greater than or equal to SSC (*2).
SSC (*2)
Model
PURY-RP200YJM
PURY-RP250YJM
PURY-RP300YJM
SSC (MVA)
1.25
1.36
1.66
12.Test run
12.1.The following phenomena do not represent faults.
Phenomenon
Indoor unit does not perform cooling
(heating) operation.
The auto vane rotates and begins to blow air
horizontally.
Display of remote controller
“Cooling (heating)” flashes
Normal display
Fan setting changes during heating.
Normal display
Fan stops during heating operation.
Fan does not stop while operation has been
stopped.
No setting of fan while start SW has been
turned on.
Defrost display
No lighting
Indoor unit remote controller shows “H0”
or “PLEASE WAIT” indicator for about five
minutes when turning ON universal power
supply.
Drain pump does not stop when unit is
stopped.
Drain pump continues to operate while unit
has been stopped.
Indoor unit emits noise when switching from
heating to cooling and vice versa.
Immediately after startup, the indoor unit
emits the sound of the refrigerant flow.
Warm air comes from an indoor unit that is
not performing a heating operation.
“H0” or “PLEASE WAIT” flashes
Heat ready
Light out
Normal display
Normal display
Normal display
Cause
When another indoor unit is performing the heating (cooling) operation, the
cooling (heating) operation is not performed.
If air has been blowing downward for 1 hour during cooling, the unit may
automatically change to horizontal blowing with the control operation of the
auto vane. During defrosting or immediately after heating start-up/shut-down,
the auto vane automatically rotates to blow air horizontally for a short period
of time.
Ultra-low speed operation is commenced at thermostat OFF.
Light air automatically changes over to set value by time or piping temperature
at thermostat ON.
The fan is set to stop during defrosting.
The fan is set to run for 1 minute after stopping to exhaust residual heat (only
in heating).
Ultra low-speed operation for 5 minutes after SW ON or until piping
temperature becomes 35°C, low speed operation for 2 minutes thereafter, and
then set notch is commenced (Hot adjust control).
The system is being started up.
Operate remote controller again after “H0” or “PLEASE WAIT” disappears.
After cooling operation stops, the unit continues to operate drain pump for
three minutes and then stops it.
Unit continues to operate drain pump if drainage is generated, even after the
unit has been stopped.
This is a switching sound of the refrigerant circuit and does not imply a
problem.
Unstable flow of the refrigerant emits a sound. This is temporary and does not
imply a problem.
The LEV is slightly open to prevent refrigerant, of the indoor unit that is not
performing the heating operation, from being liquefied. This does not imply a
problem.
13.Information on rating plate
Model
Unit combination
Refrigerant (R410A)
Allowable pressure (Ps)
Net weight
RP200
11.8kg
275kg
RP250
11.8kg
HP: 4.15 MPa, LP: 2.21 MPa
290kg
RP300
11.8kg
290kg
MANUFACTURER: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
AIR-CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS WORKS 5-66, TEBIRA, 6-CHOME, WAKAYAMA CITY, JAPAN
19
GB
•
This product is designed and intended for use in the residential,
commercial and light-industrial environment.
The product at hand is
based on the following
EU regulations:
• Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
• Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
2004/108/EC
• Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC
Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on
this manual before handing it to the customer.
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