Mitsubishi Heavy Industries STM35ZF-S Specifications

Manual No. '07 • SCM - T - 066
INVERTER MULTI-SPLIT SYSTEM
ROOM AIR-CONDITIONER
(Air to air heat pump type)
CONTENTS
1 GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................ 1
1.1
Specific features ......................................................................................... 1
1.2
How to read the model name ..................................................................... 1
2 SELECTION DATA ............................................................................................. 2
2.1
Specifications .............................................................................................. 2
2.2
Range of usage & limitations ................................................................... 26
2.3
Exterior dimensions .................................................................................. 27
2.4
Piping system ............................................................................................ 30
2.5
Selection chart .......................................................................................... 35
3 ELECTRICAL DATA ......................................................................................... 36
3.1
Electrical wiring ......................................................................................... 36
4 OUTLINE OF OPERATION CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER.................... 43
4.1
Operation control function by remote control switch ........................... 43
4.2
Unit ON/OFF button .................................................................................. 46
4.3
Drain motor forced operation functions (STM, SRRM only) ................. 47
4.4
Power blackout auto restart function ...................................................... 47
4.5
Custom cord switching procedure .......................................................... 48
4.6
Determining the operating mode ............................................................. 48
4.7
Flap and louver control (SKM, STM only) ............................................... 49
4.8
3D auto operation (SKM only ) ................................................................. 51
4.9
Timer operation ......................................................................................... 52
4.10 Installation location setting (SKM only) .................................................. 52
4.11 Outline of heating operation .................................................................... 53
4.12 Outline of cooling operation .................................................................... 57
4.13 Outline of automatic operation ................................................................ 60
4.14 Operation permission/prohibition control .............................................. 61
4.15 External control (remote display)/control of input signal .................... 62
4.16 Protective control function ...................................................................... 63
5 APPLICATION DATA ....................................................................................... 70
5.1
Installation of indoor unit ......................................................................... 71
5.2
Installation of remote control ................................................................... 81
5.3
Installation of outdoor unit ....................................................................... 82
5.4
Electrical wiring ......................................................................................... 83
5.5
Refrigerant Piping ..................................................................................... 84
5.6
Test run and handling instruction ........................................................... 86
6 MAINTENANCE DATA ..................................................................................... 88
6.1
Troubleshooting procedures for electrical equipment .......................... 88
6.2
Servicing .................................................................................................. 103
7 OPTIONAL PARTS ........................................................................................ 104
7.1
Interface kit (SKM20~50 type only) ........................................................ 104
7.2
Wired remote control .............................................................................. 111
7.3
Super link adapter (SC-AD-ER) .............................................................. 118
7.4
Ducted type (SRRM) optional parts ....................................................... 121
8 REFRIGERANT PIPING INSTALLATION/SERVICING MANUAL
FOR AIR CONDITIONERS USING R410A .................................................... 126
8.1
Outline ...................................................................................................... 126
8.2
Refrigerant piping installation ............................................................... 127
8.3
Installation, removal and servicing ....................................................... 133
8.4
Refrigerant recovery ............................................................................... 138
1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
Specific features
(1) The long piping makes the location of the inside and units flexible.
¡ No need for additional charge of refrigerant : 40 type · 30m, 45 type · 20m, 48 type · 40m, 60 type · 30m, 80 type · 40m
¡ Maximum piping length : 40 type · 30m, 45 type · 30m, 48 type · 40m, 60 type · 40m, 80 type · 70m
(2) Connectable indoor capacity
Number of connectable units : 40 type · 2 units, 45 type · 2 units, 48 type · 3 units, 60 type · 3 units, 80 type · 4 units
Total of indoor units (class kW) : 40 type · 5.7 kW, 45 type · 7.0 kW, 48 type · 8.5 kW, 60 type · 11.0 kW, 80 type · 13.5 kW
(3) Indoor units are available with 8 capacities.
8 capacities ................ 20, 22, 25, 28, 35, 50, 60, 71
Types ......................... Wall mounted type (SKM).
4-way ceiling cassette type (STM).
Ducted type (SRRM).
(4) 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.
(5) 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.
(6) 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 89, 90)
1.2
How to read the model name
Example : SK M 25 Z
G -S
R410A models
Series No.
Inverter and Heat pump type
Product capacity
Multiple system
Model name
-
1-
SK : Wall mounted type
ST : 4 way ceiling cassette type
SRR : Ducted type
SC : Outdoor unit
2
SELECTION DATA
2.1
Specifications
(1) Indoor unit
Models SKM20ZG-S, 22ZG-S, 25ZG-S
Models
SKM20ZG-S
SKM22ZG-S
SKM25ZG-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
2000
2200
2500
Heating capacity
W
3000
3200
3400
Noise level
Sound level
Cooling
Hi : 35
Power level
Me : 29
Lo : 23
Hi : 36
Hi : 51
Me : 30
Lo : 23
Hi : 36
Hi : 52
Me : 30
Lo : 24
Hi : 52
dB
Sound level
Heating
Hi : 37
Power level
Exterior dimensions
Me : 32
Lo : 27
Hi : 55
Me : 33
Lo : 27
Hi : 38
Hi : 56
Me : 33
Lo : 27
Hi : 56
268 × 790 × 199
mm
Height × Width × Depth
Hi : 38
Color
Fine snow
Net weight
kg
8.5
Air handling equipment
Tangential fan × 1
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
W
38
Cooling
Air flow (at high)
7.5
7.8
9.0
9.5
CMM
Heating
Air filter, Q’ty
Polypropylene net × 2 (Washable)
Operation switch
Wireless-Remote control
Room temperature control
Microcomputer thermostat
Pilot lamp
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow), HI POWER (Green), 3D AUTO (Green)
Frost protection, Serial error protection
Fan motor error protection
Safety equipment
φ 6.35 (1/4″)
Liquid line
O.D
mm (in)
φ 9.52 (3/8″)
Gas line
Refrigerant
piping
Connecting method
Flare connecting
Attached length of piping
Liquid line : 0.45m Gas line : 0.38m
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Drain hose
Connectable
Mounting kit, Clean filter (Natural enzyme filter × 1, Photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter × 1)
Accessories (including)
Optional parts
—
Outdoor unit to be combined
SCM40, 45, 48, 60, 80ZG-S
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) Capacity indicated is the rated capacity with one unit operating under ISO-T1 standards conditions.
-
2-
Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
Models SKM28ZG-S, 35ZG-S, 50ZG-S,
Model
SKM28ZG-S
SKM35ZG-S
SKM50ZG-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
2800
3500
5000
Heating capacity
W
4000
4500
5800
Sound level
Hi : 38
Me : 31
Lo : 24
Hi : 39
Me : 32
Lo : 25
Hi : 45
Me : 36
Lo : 25
Cooling
Power level
Noise level
Hi : 54
Hi : 55
Hi : 61
dB
Sound level
Hi : 40
Me : 34
Lo : 28
Hi : 41
Me : 35
Lo : 29
Hi : 44
Me : 39
Lo : 33
Heating
Power level
Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Hi : 58
Hi : 59
268 × 790 × 199
mm
Height × Width × Depth
Hi : 62
Color
Fine snow
Net weight
kg
8.5
Air handling equipment
Tangential fan × 1
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
W
38
Cooling
Air flow (at high)
8.3
8.8
11.3
10.0
11.0
12.5
CMM
Heating
Air filter, Q’ty
Polypropylene net × 2 (Washable)
Operation switch
Wireless-Remote control
Room temperature control
Microcomputer thermostat
Pilot lamp
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow), HI POWER (Green), 3D AUTO (Green)
Frost protection, Serial error protection
Fan moter error protection
Safety equipment
φ 6.35 (1/4″)
Liquid line
O.D
mm (in)
φ 9.52 (3/8″)
Gas line
Refrigerant
piping
Connecting method
φ 12.7 (1/2″)
Flare connecting
Attached length of piping
Liquid line : 0.45m Gas line : 0.38m
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Drain hose
Connectable
Mounting kit, Clean filter (Natural enzyme filter × 1, Photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter × 1)
Accessories (including)
Optional parts
—
Outdoor unit to be combined
SCM40, 45, 48, 60, 80ZG-S
SCM60, 80ZG-S
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) Capacity indicated is the rated capacity with one unit operating under ISO-T1 standards conditions.
-
3-
Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
Models SKM60ZG-S, 71ZG-S
Model
SKM60ZG-S
SKM71ZG-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
6000
7100
Heating capacity
W
6800
8000
Sound level
Hi : 43
Me : 36
Lo : 26
Hi : 44
Me : 34
Lo : 26
Cooling
Power level
Noise level
Hi : 59
Hi : 60
dB
Sound level
Hi : 43 Me : 37
Power level
Hi : 59
Lo : 27
Hi : 44
Me : 38
Lo : 27
Heating
Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Hi : 60
318 × 1098 × 248
mm
Height × Width × Depth
Color
Yellowish white
Net weight
kg
15
Air handling equipment
Tangential fan × 1
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
W
46
Cooling
Air flow (at high)
18.0
19.0
20.5
21.5
CMM
Heating
Air filter, Q’ty
Polypropylene net × 2 (Washable)
Operation switch
Wireless-Remote control
Room temperature control
Microcomputer thermostat
Pilot lamp
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow), HI POWER (Green), 3D AUTO (Green)
Frost protection, Serial error protection
Fan moter error protection
Safety equipment
φ 6.35 (1/4″)
Liquid line
O.D
mm (in)
φ 12.7 (1/2″)
Gas line
Refrigerant
piping
Connecting method
Flare connecting
Attached length of piping
Liquid line : 0.70m Gas line : 0.63m
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Drain hose
Connectable
Mounting kit, Clean filter (Natural enzyme filter × 1, Photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter × 1)
Accessories (including)
Optional parts
—
Outdoor unit to be combined
SCM60, 80ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) Capacity indicated is the rated capacity with one unit operating under ISO-T1 standards conditions.
-
4-
Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
Models STM25ZF-S, 35ZF-S, 50ZF-S, 60ZF-S
Models
STM25ZF-S
STM35ZF-S
STM50ZF-S
STM60ZF-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
2500
3500
5000
6000
Heating capacity
W
3400
4500
5800
6800
35
38
40
47
51
54
56
63
Sound level
35
38
40
47
Power level
51
54
56
63
Sound level
Cooling
Power level
dB
Noise level
Heating
248 × 570 × 570
Main unit
Exterior dimensions
mm
Height × Width × Depth
35 × 700 × 700
Panel
Color
Plaster white (Panel)
Main unit
Net weight
14
14.5
kg
Panel
3.5
Air handling equipment
Turbo fan × 1
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
W
Cooling
Air flow (at high)
40
8.0
9.0
10.0
13.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
14.0
CMM
Heating
Air filter, Q’ty
Long life filter × 1 (Washable)
Operation switch
Wireless-Remote control
Room temperature control
Microcomputer thermostat
Pilot lamp
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow), HI POWER (Green), ECONO (Orange)
Frost protection, Serial error protection
Fan motor error protection, Drain error protection
Safety equipment
φ 6.35 (1/4″)
Liquid line
O.D
mm (in)
φ 9.52 (3/8″)
Gas line
Refrigerant
piping
φ 12.7 (1/2″)
Connecting method
Flare connecting
Attached length of piping
—
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Drain hose
Connectable
Accessories (including)
Mounting kit
Optional parts
Wired remote control
Outdoor unit to be combined
SCM40, 45, 48, 60, 80ZG-S
SCM60, 80ZG-S
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) Capacity indicated is the rated capacity with one unit operating under ISO-T1 standards conditions.
-
5-
Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
Models SRRM25ZF-S, 35ZF-S, 50ZF-S, 60ZF-S
Models
SRRM25ZF-S
SRRM35ZF-S
SRRM50ZF-S
SRRM60ZF-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
2500
3500
5000
6000
Heating capacity
W
3400
4500
5800
6800
38
40
46
49
53
55
60
63
Sound level
39
41
46
49
Power level
54
56
60
63
Sound level
Cooling
Power level
dB
Noise level
Heating
Exterior dimensions
230 × 740 × 455
mm
Height × Width × Depth
Color
—
Net weight
kg
22.0
23.0
Air handling equipment
Centrifugal fan × 2
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
W
Cooling
Air flow (at high)
51
8.5
9.0
10.5
12.5
10.0
11.0
13.0
15.0
CMM
Heating
Air filter, Q’ty
Polypropylene net× 1
Operation switch
Wireless-Remote control
Room temperature control
Microcomputer thermostat
Pilot lamp
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow), HI POWER (Green), ECONO (Orange)
Frost protection, Serial error protection
Fan motor error protection, Drain error protection
Safety equipment
φ 6.35 (1/4″)
Liquid line
O.D
mm (in)
φ 9.52 (3/8″)
Gas line
Refrigerant
piping
φ 12.7 (1/2″)
Connecting method
Flare connecting
Attached length of piping
–
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Drain hose
Connectable
Accessories (including)
Mounting kit
Optional parts
Wired remote control
Outdoor unit to be combined
SCM40, 45, 48, 60, 80ZG-S
SCM60, 80ZG-S
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) Capacity indicated is the rated capacity with one unit operating under ISO-T1 standards conditions.
-
6-
Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
(2) Outdoor unit
Models SCM40ZG-S, 45ZG-S
Models
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
4000 (1900 ~ 5000)
4500 (1000 ~ 6400)
Heating capacity
W
5000 (2200 ~ 5200)
5600 (1800 ~ 6800)
Power source
1 Phase 220/230/240V 50Hz
Cooling
970 (470 ~ 1430)
1190 (190 ~ 2220)
Heating
1150 (400 ~ 1410)
1350 (220 ~ 1940)
Cooling
4.5/4.3/4.1
5.5/5.2/5.0
5.3/5.1/4.8
6.2/5.9/5.7
Power consumption
W
Running current
A
Heating
Sound level
Noise level
Cooling : 45
Heating : 47
Cooling : 45
Heating : 47
Cooling : 60
Heating : 62
Cooling : 60
Heating : 62
dB
Power level
Exterior dimensions
640 × 850 × 290
mm
Height × Width × Depth
Color
Stucco white
Net weight
kg
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
44
46
[Rotary] × 1
[Scroll] × 1
0.7
0.7
kW
Starting method
Direct start
Capillary tubes + Electric expansion valve
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
kg
R410A 1.4 (Pre-charged up to the piping length of 30m)
Refrigerant oil
R
0.32 (RB68A)
Air handling equipment
Motor
W
Air flow (at high)
34
CMM
40
Shock & vibration absorber
Rubber (for compressor)
Compressor overheat protection, Overcurrent protection
Serial signal error protection
Safety equipment
Size × Core × Number
Liquid line: φ 6.35 (1/4″) × 2
mm (in)
Gas line: φ 9.52 (3/8″) × 2
Connecting method
Flare connecting
Attached length piping
—
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Power source supply
Connection wiring
0.48 (RB68A)
Propeller fan × 1
Fan type & Q’ty
Refrigerant
piping
R410A 1.6 (Pre-charged up to the piping length of 20m)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Size × Core number
1.5 mm2 × 4 cores (Including earth cable) × 2
Connecting method
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Accessories (included)
Installation sheet, Manual instruction
SKM20, 22, 25, 28, 35 type,
Indoor units to be combined
STM25, 35 type,
SRRM25, 35 type
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) The values for capacity and power consumption shown in a range ( ) indicate the minimum and maximum of the range.
(3) The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 30 m connecting piping. (SCM40ZG-S)
(4) If the piping length exceeds 20 m, additional charging is required. (20g/m, SCM45ZG-S)
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7-
Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
Models
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
4800 (1100~6900)
6000 (1100~7500)
Heating capacity
W
6000 (1400~7100)
7000 (1400~7600)
Power source
1 Phase 220/230/240V 50Hz
Cooling
Power consumption
1190 (200~2350)
1620 (400~3050)
1380 (180~2030)
1740 (390~2620)
5.5/5.2/5.0
7.4/7.1/6.8
W
Heating
Cooling
Running current
A
Heating
6.3/6.1/5.8
Sound level
Noise level
8.0/7.6/7.3
Cooling : 48
Heating : 49
Cooling : 48
Heating : 50
Cooling : 63
Heating : 64
Cooling : 63
Heating : 65
dB
Power level
Exterior dimensions
640 × 850 × 290
mm
Height × Width × Depth
Color
Stucco white
Net weight
kg
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
47
51
[Scroll] × 1
[Twin rotary] × 1
kW
0.7
1.3
Starting method
Direct start
Capillary tubes + Electronic expansion valve
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
kg
Refrigerant oil
R
R410A 1.95 (Pre-charged up to the piping length of 40m) R410A 2.2 (Pre-charged up to the piping length of 30m)
0.48 (RB68A)
0.67 (MEL56)
Air handling equipment
Propeller fan × 1
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
W
Air flow (at high)
34
CMM
42
Shock & vibration absorber
Rubber (for compressor)
Compressor overheat protection, Overcurrent protection
Serial signal error protection
Safety equipment
Size × Core × Number
Refrigerant
piping
Liquid line: φ 6.35 (1/4″) × 3
mm (in)
Gas line: φ 9.52 (3/8″) × 3
Connecting method
Flare connecting
Attached length piping
—
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Power source supply
Connection
wiring
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Size × Core number
1.5 mm2 × 4 cores (Including earth cable) × 3
Connecting method
Accessories (included)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Installation sheet, Manual instruction
SKM20, 22, 25, 28, 35 type
Indoor units to be combined
Union : (φ 9.52 / φ 12.7) × 2
Installation sheet, Manual instruction
SKM20, 22, 25, 28, 35, 50, 60 type
STM25, 35 type
STM25, 35, 50, 60 type
SRRM25, 35 type
SRRM25, 35, 50, 60 type
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) The values for capacity and power consumption shown in a range ( ) indicate the minimum and maximum of the range.
(3) If the piping length exceeds 30 m, additional charging is required. (20g/m, SCM60ZG-S)
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8-
Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
Model SCM80ZG-S
Model
SCM80ZG-S
Item
Cooling capacity
W
Heating capacity
W
8000 (1800~9500)
9300 (800~9600)
Power source
1 Phase 220/230/240V 50Hz
Cooling
Power consumption
2220 (310~3000)
W
Heating
2430 (210~3430)
Cooling
Running current
10.2/9.7/9.3
A
Heating
11.2/10.7/10.2
Sound level
Noise level
Cooling : 51
Heating : 52
Cooling : 65
Heating : 66
dB
Power level
Exterior dimensions
750 × 880 × 340
mm
Height × Width × Depth
Color
Stucco white
Net weight
kg
66
Refrigerant equipment
[Twin rotary] × 1
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
kW
1.3
Starting method
Direct start
Capillary tubes + Electronic expansion valve
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
kg
Refrigerant oil
R
R410A 3.15 (Pre-charged up to the piping length of 40m)
0.67 (MEL56)
Air handling equipment
Propeller fan × 1
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
W
Air flow (at high)
86
CMM
55
Shock & vibration absorber
Rubber (for compressor)
Compressor overheat protection, Overcurrent protection
Serial signal error protection
Safety equipment
Size × Core × Number
Refrigerant
piping
Liquid line: φ 6.35 (1/4″) × 4
mm (in)
Gas line: φ 9.52 (3/8″) × 4
Connecting method
Flare connecting
Attached length piping
—
Insulation
Necessary (Both Liquid & Gas lines)
Power source supply
Connection
wiring
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Size × Core number
1.5 mm2 × 4 cores (Including earth cable) × 4
Connecting method
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Union : (φ 9.52 / φ 12.7) × 2
Accessories (included)
Installation sheet, Manual instruction
SKM20, 22, 25, 28, 35, 50, 60, 71 type
Indoor unit to be combined
STM25, 35, 50, 60 type
SRRM25, 35, 50, 60 type
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27°C
19°C
20°C
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35°C
24°C
7°C
6°C
(2) The values for capacity and power consumption shown in a range ( ) indicate the minimum and maximum of the range.
(3) If the piping length exceeds 40 m, additional charging is required. (20g/m)
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Standards
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
ISO-T1, JIS C9612
(3) Operation data
¡ The combinations of the indoor units is indicated by numbers. They are read as follows.
(Example) SKM22ZG-S / 22 SKM35ZG-S / 35
¡ The capacity of the indoor units is shown by rooms. If this exceeds the maximum capacity of the outdoor unit, the demand
capacity will be proportionally distributed.
¡ If units are to be combined, use the table below to make the proper selection.
• Number of connectable indoor units
MIN
MAX
SCM40ZG-S
1
2
SCM45ZG-S
1
2
SCM48ZG-S
2
3
SCM60ZG-S
2
3
SCM80ZG-S
3
4
only combination of SKM60+SKM60 and SKM60+SKM71(2 indoor units) to SCM80ZG-S can be available
Model SCM40ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
20
22
25
28
35
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
25 + 25
25 + 28
28 + 28
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room
B room
Min.
Standard
Max.
3.9
3.0
2.2
3.0
4.1
3.2
2.2
3.2
4.5
3.4
2.2
3.4
4.7
4.0
2.2
4.0
4.7
4.5
2.2
4.5
5.2
5.0
2.4
2.50
2.50
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.43
2.67
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.27
2.83
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.13
2.98
5.2
5.1
2.4
1.85
3.25
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.55
2.55
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.39
2.71
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.24
2.86
5.2
5.1
2.4
1.97
3.13
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.55
2.55
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.41
2.69
5.2
5.1
2.4
2.55
2.55
Power consumption (W)
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room
B room
Min.
Standard
Max.
2.5
2.0
1.9
2.0
2.8
2.2
1.9
2.2
3.1
2.5
1.9
2.5
3.4
2.8
1.9
2.8
4.3
3.5
1.9
3.5
5.0
4.0
2.9
2.00
2.00
5.0
4.2
2.9
2.00
2.20
5.0
4.5
2.9
2.00
2.50
5.0
4.7
2.9
1.96
2.74
5.0
4.8
2.9
1.75
3.05
5.0
4.4
2.9
2.20
2.20
5.0
4.7
2.9
2.20
2.50
5.0
4.8
2.9
2.11
2.69
5.0
4.8
2.9
1.85
2.95
5.0
4.8
2.9
2.40
2.40
5.0
4.8
2.9
2.26
2.54
5.0
4.8
2.9
2.40
2.40
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
400
400
400
400
400
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
790
860
930
1140
1350
1150
1210
1210
1210
1210
1210
1210
1210
1210
1210
1210
1210
1160
1260
1340
1410
1410
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
1260
3.6
3.9
4.3
5.2
6.2
5.3
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
3.5
3.8
4.1
5.0
5.9
5.1
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
3.3
3.6
3.9
4.8
5.7
4.8
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
20
22
25
28
35
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
25 + 25
25 + 28
28 + 28
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Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
470
470
470
470
470
480
480
480
480
480
480
480
480
480
480
480
480
490
560
660
760
990
970
1070
1240
1390
1420
1180
1350
1420
1420
1420
1420
1420
660
770
860
970
1280
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
1430
2.3
2.7
3.1
3.5
4.5
4.5
4.9
5.7
6.4
6.5
5.4
6.2
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
2.2
2.5
3.0
3.4
4.3
4.3
4.7
5.4
6.1
6.2
5.2
5.9
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
2.1
2.4
2.8
3.2
4.2
4.1
4.5
5.2
5.9
6.0
5.0
5.7
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
Model SCM45ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
20
22
25
28
35
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
28 + 28
28 + 35
35 + 35
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
Standard
Max.
A room
B room
Min.
4.2
3.0
3.0
1.8
4.4
3.2
3.2
1.8
4.7
3.4
3.4
1.8
4.8
4.0
4.0
1.8
4.8
4.5
4.5
1.8
6.8
5.4
2.70
2.70
2.6
6.8
5.5
2.62
2.88
2.6
6.8
5.6
2.49
3.11
2.6
6.8
5.8
2.42
3.38
2.6
6.8
6.0
2.18
3.82
2.6
6.8
5.6
2.80
2.80
2.6
6.8
5.7
2.67
3.03
2.6
6.8
5.8
2.6
2.55
3.25
6.8
6.1
2.6
2.35
3.75
6.8
5.8
2.6
2.90
2.90
6.8
5.9
2.6
2.78
3.12
6.8
6.2
2.6
2.58
3.62
6.8
6.1
2.6
3.05
3.05
6.8
6.4
2.6
2.84
3.56
6.8
6.5
2.6
3.25
3.25
Power consumption (W)
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
Standard
Max.
A room
B room
Min.
2.8
2.0
2.0
1.0
3.1
2.2
2.2
1.0
3.4
2.5
2.5
1.0
3.8
2.8
2.8
1.0
4.8
3.5
3.5
1.0
5.3
4.0
2.2
2.00
2.00
5.6
4.2
2.2
2.20
2.00
5.8
4.5
2.2
2.50
2.00
6.1
4.7
2.2
2.74
1.96
6.4
5.0
2.2
3.18
1.82
5.9
4.5
2.2
2.25
2.25
6.1
4.6
2.2
2.45
2.15
6.4
4.8
2.2
2.69
2.11
6.4
5.1
2.2
3.13
1.97
6.3
4.8
2.2
2.40
2.40
6.4
4.9
2.2
2.59
2.31
6.4
5.3
2.2
3.09
2.21
6.4
5.1
2.2
2.55
2.55
6.4
5.3
2.2
2.94
2.36
6.4
5.8
2.2
2.90
2.90
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
220
220
220
220
220
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
360
710
830
980
1250
1500
1250
1290
1330
1380
1490
1350
1360
1410
1520
1410
1460
1570
1510
1620
1670
1410
1510
1660
1710
1710
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
1940
3.3
3.8
4.5
5.7
6.9
5.7
5.9
6.1
6.3
6.8
6.2
6.2
6.5
7.0
6.5
6.7
7.2
6.9
7.4
7.7
3.1
3.7
4.3
5.5
6.6
5.5
5.7
5.8
6.1
6.5
5.9
6.0
6.2
6.7
6.2
6.4
6.9
6.6
7.1
7.3
3.0
3.5
4.1
5.3
6.3
5.3
5.4
5.6
5.8
6.3
5.7
5.7
5.9
6.4
5.9
6.1
6.6
6.4
6.8
7.0
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
20
22
25
28
35
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
28 + 28
28 + 35
35 + 35
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Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
190
190
190
190
190
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
380
480
540
640
730
960
1050
1110
1220
1310
1480
1190
1290
1360
1530
1360
1430
1620
1520
1650
1880
750
860
950
1080
1400
1670
1830
1960
2100
2220
1960
2080
2220
2220
2180
2220
2220
2220
2220
2220
2.3
2.5
3.0
3.4
4.4
4.8
5.1
5.6
6.0
6.8
5.5
5.9
6.2
7.0
6.2
6.6
7.4
7.0
7.6
8.6
2.2
2.4
2.9
3.2
4.2
4.6
4.9
5.4
5.8
6.5
5.2
5.7
6.0
6.7
6.0
6.3
7.1
6.7
7.2
8.3
2.1
2.3
2.7
3.1
4.0
4.4
4.7
5.1
5.5
6.2
5.0
5.4
5.7
6.4
5.7
6.0
6.8
6.4
6.9
7.9
Model SCM48ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
3
room
20
22
25
28
35
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
28 + 28
28 + 35
35 + 35
20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 35
20 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 35
20 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 35
20 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 35
22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 35
22 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 35
22 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 35
25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 35
25 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 28
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room
B room
C room
Min.
Standard
Max.
4.1
3.0
1.4
3.0
4.3
3.2
1.4
3.2
4.6
3.4
1.4
3.4
4.7
4.0
1.4
4.0
5.2
4.5
1.4
4.5
6.6
5.9
2.0
2.95
2.95
6.6
6.0
2.0
2.86
3.14
6.6
6.1
2.0
2.71
3.39
6.6
6.2
2.0
2.58
3.62
6.6
6.4
2.0
2.33
4.07
6.6
6.1
2.0
3.05
3.05
6.6
6.1
2.0
2.86
3.24
6.6
6.2
2.0
2.73
3.47
6.6
6.4
2.0
2.47
3.93
6.6
6.2
2.0
3.10
3.10
6.6
6.3
2.0
2.97
3.33
6.6
6.6
2.0
2.75
3.85
6.6
6.4
2.0
3.20
3.20
6.6
6.6
2.0
2.93
3.67
6.6
6.6
2.0
3.30
3.30
7.1
6.0
3.0
2.00
2.00
2.00
7.1
6.0
3.0
1.94
1.94
2.13
7.1
6.1
3.0
1.88
1.88
2.35
7.1
6.2
3.0
1.82
1.82
2.55
7.1
6.6
3.0
1.76
1.76
3.08
7.1
6.1
3.0
1.91
2.10
2.10
7.1
6.2
3.0
1.85
2.04
2.31
7.1
6.3
3.0
1.80
1.98
2.52
7.1
6.7
3.0
1.74
1.91
3.05
7.1
6.3
3.0
1.80
2.25
2.25
7.1
6.4
3.0
1.75
2.19
2.45
7.1
6.8
3.0
1.70
2.13
2.98
7.1
6.6
3.0
1.74
2.43
2.43
7.1
6.9
3.0
1.66
2.33
2.91
7.1
6.1
3.0
2.03
2.03
2.03
7.1
6.3
3.0
2.01
2.01
2.28
7.1
6.4
3.0
1.96
1.96
2.49
7.1
6.8
3.0
1.89
1.89
3.01
7.1
6.4
3.0
1.96
2.22
2.22
7.1
6.6
3.0
1.94
2.20
2.46
7.1
6.9
3.0
1.85
2.10
2.95
7.1
6.7
3.0
1.89
2.41
2.41
7.1
7.0
3.0
1.81
2.31
2.88
7.1
6.6
3.0
2.20
2.20
2.20
7.1
6.7
3.0
2.15
2.15
2.41
7.1
7.0
3.0
2.06
2.06
2.88
7.1
6.8
3.0
2.10
2.35
2.35
7.1
7.0
3.0
2.33
2.33
2.33
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Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
180
180
180
180
180
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
310
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
830
940
1070
1350
1630
1710
1760
1800
1860
1930
1780
1830
1900
1940
1860
1930
1970
1930
1970
1970
1380
1400
1450
1530
1640
1440
1480
1560
1660
1530
1640
1700
1700
1720
1470
1500
1590
1690
1560
1660
1720
1720
1740
1640
1700
1740
1720
1740
1420
1530
1690
1810
1970
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
2030
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
1870
3.8
4.3
4.9
6.2
7.5
7.9
8.1
8.3
8.5
8.9
8.2
8.4
8.7
8.9
8.5
8.9
9.0
8.9
9.0
9.0
6.3
6.4
6.7
7.0
7.5
6.6
6.8
7.2
7.6
7.0
7.5
7.8
7.8
7.9
6.7
6.9
7.3
7.8
7.2
7.6
7.9
7.9
8.0
7.5
7.8
8.0
7.9
8.0
3.7
4.1
4.7
5.9
7.2
7.5
7.7
7.9
8.2
8.5
7.8
8.0
8.3
8.5
8.2
8.5
8.7
8.5
8.7
8.7
6.1
6.1
6.4
6.7
7.2
6.3
6.5
6.9
7.3
6.7
7.2
7.5
7.5
7.6
6.5
6.6
7.0
7.4
6.9
7.3
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.2
7.5
7.6
7.6
7.6
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.7
6.9
7.2
7.4
7.6
7.8
8.1
7.5
7.7
8.0
8.2
7.8
8.1
8.3
8.1
8.3
8.3
5.8
5.9
6.1
6.4
6.9
6.1
6.2
6.6
7.0
6.4
6.9
7.2
7.2
7.2
6.2
6.3
6.7
7.1
6.6
7.0
7.2
7.2
7.3
6.9
7.2
7.3
7.2
7.3
Model SCM48ZG-S
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
3
room
20
22
25
28
35
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
28 + 28
28 + 35
35 + 35
20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 35
20 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 35
20 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 35
20 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 35
22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 35
22 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 35
22 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 35
25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 35
25 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 28
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
Standard
Max.
A room
B room
C room
Min.
2.5
2.0
2.0
1.1
2.7
2.2
2.2
1.1
2.9
2.5
2.5
1.1
3.1
2.8
2.8
1.1
3.8
3.5
3.5
1.1
5.1
4.0
2.00
2.0
2.00
5.4
4.2
2.00
2.0
2.20
5.6
4.4
1.96
2.0
2.44
5.9
4.6
1.92
2.0
2.68
6.3
5.0
1.82
2.0
3.18
5.7
4.4
2.20
2.0
2.20
5.9
4.6
2.45
2.0
2.15
6.2
4.7
2.63
2.0
2.07
6.3
5.2
3.19
2.0
2.01
6.2
4.7
2.35
2.0
2.35
6.3
4.9
2.59
2.0
2.31
6.3
5.4
3.15
2.0
2.25
6.3
5.1
2.55
2.0
2.55
6.3
5.7
3.17
2.0
2.53
6.3
6.0
3.00
2.0
3.00
6.9
4.8
1.60
3.2
1.60
1.60
6.9
4.8
1.55
3.2
1.55
1.70
6.9
4.9
1.51
3.2
1.51
1.88
6.9
5.0
1.47
3.2
1.47
2.06
6.9
5.2
1.39
3.2
1.39
2.43
6.9
4.9
1.68
3.2
1.53
1.68
6.9
5.0
1.64
3.2
1.49
1.87
6.9
5.0
1.57
3.2
1.43
2.00
6.9
5.2
1.49
3.2
1.35
2.36
6.9
5.0
1.79
3.2
1.43
1.79
6.9
5.1
1.75
3.2
1.40
1.96
6.9
5.3
1.66
3.2
1.33
2.32
6.9
5.2
1.92
3.2
1.37
1.92
6.9
5.4
1.82
3.2
1.30
2.28
6.9
4.9
1.63
3.2
1.63
1.63
6.9
5.0
1.59
3.2
1.59
1.81
6.9
5.1
1.56
3.2
1.56
1.98
6.9
5.3
1.48
3.2
1.48
2.35
6.9
5.1
1.77
3.2
1.56
1.77
6.9
5.2
1.73
3.2
1.53
1.94
6.9
5.4
1.65
3.2
1.45
2.30
6.9
5.3
1.90
3.2
1.49
1.90
6.9
5.5
1.81
3.2
1.42
2.26
6.9
5.2
1.73
3.2
1.73
1.73
6.9
5.3
1.70
3.2
1.70
1.90
6.9
5.5
1.62
3.2
1.62
2.26
6.9
5.4
1.87
3.2
1.67
1.87
6.9
5.5
1.83
3.2
1.83
1.83
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Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
200
200
200
200
200
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
550
650
850
1050
1500
1180
1250
1350
1470
1720
1350
1440
1550
1800
1550
1650
1910
1750
2040
2250
1190
1190
1230
1260
1370
1230
1260
1290
1400
1290
1340
1430
1370
1490
1230
1290
1320
1430
1320
1370
1460
1400
1520
1370
1400
1520
1460
1490
830
950
1050
1200
1600
1720
1880
2000
2200
2350
2050
2200
2330
2350
2310
2350
2350
2350
2350
2350
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2.6
3.0
3.9
4.8
6.9
5.4
5.7
6.2
6.7
7.9
6.2
6.6
7.1
8.3
7.1
7.6
8.8
8.0
9.4
10.3
5.5
5.5
5.6
5.8
6.3
5.6
5.8
5.9
6.4
5.9
6.2
6.6
6.3
6.8
5.6
5.9
6.1
6.6
6.1
6.3
6.7
6.4
7.0
6.3
6.4
7.0
6.7
6.8
2.5
2.9
3.8
4.6
6.6
5.2
5.5
5.9
6.5
7.6
5.9
6.3
6.8
7.9
6.8
7.2
8.4
7.7
9.0
9.9
5.2
5.2
5.4
5.5
6.0
5.4
5.5
5.7
6.1
5.7
5.9
6.3
6.0
6.5
5.4
5.7
5.8
6.3
5.8
6.0
6.4
6.1
6.7
6.0
6.1
6.7
6.4
6.5
2.4
2.8
3.6
4.4
6.3
5.0
5.3
5.7
6.2
7.2
5.7
6.1
6.5
7.6
6.5
6.9
8.0
7.4
8.6
9.5
5.0
5.0
5.2
5.3
5.8
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.9
5.4
5.6
6.0
5.8
6.3
5.2
5.4
5.6
6.0
5.6
5.8
6.1
5.9
6.4
5.8
5.9
6.4
6.1
6.3
Model SCM60ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
3
room
20
22
25
28
35
50
60
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
20 + 50
20 + 60
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
22 + 50
22 + 60
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
25 + 50
25 + 60
28 + 28
28 + 35
28 + 50
28 + 60
35 + 35
35 + 50
35 + 60
50 + 50
50 + 60
20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 35
20 + 20 + 50
20 + 20 + 60
20 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 35
20 + 22 + 50
20 + 22 + 60
20 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 35
20 + 25 + 50
20 + 25 + 60
20 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 35
20 + 28 + 50
20 + 28 + 60
20 + 35 + 35
20 + 35 + 50
22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 35
22 + 22 + 50
22 + 22 + 60
22 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 35
22 + 25 + 50
22 + 25 + 60
22 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 35
22 + 28 + 50
22 + 28 + 60
22 + 35 + 35
22 + 35 + 50
25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 35
25 + 25 + 50
25 + 25 + 60
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room
B room
C room
Min.
Standard
Max.
4.1
3.0
1.4
3.0
4.3
3.2
1.4
3.2
4.6
3.4
1.4
3.4
4.7
4.0
1.4
4.0
5.2
4.5
1.4
4.5
6.5
5.8
1.4
5.8
6.9
6.8
1.4
6.8
7.3
6.0
2.4
3.00
3.00
7.3
6.0
2.4
2.86
3.14
7.3
6.1
2.4
2.71
3.39
7.3
6.2
2.4
2.58
3.62
7.3
6.5
2.4
2.36
4.14
7.3
7.0
2.5
2.00
5.00
7.3
7.1
2.5
1.78
5.33
7.3
6.1
2.4
3.05
3.05
7.3
6.2
2.4
2.90
3.30
7.3
6.3
2.4
2.77
3.53
7.3
6.6
2.4
2.55
4.05
7.3
7.1
2.5
2.17
4.93
7.3
7.1
2.5
1.90
5.20
7.3
6.3
2.4
3.15
3.15
7.3
6.4
2.4
3.02
3.38
7.3
6.7
2.4
2.79
3.91
7.3
7.1
2.5
2.37
4.73
7.3
7.1
2.5
2.09
5.01
7.3
6.5
2.4
3.25
3.25
7.3
6.8
2.4
3.02
3.78
7.3
7.1
2.5
2.55
4.55
7.3
7.1
2.5
2.26
4.84
7.3
7.0
2.4
3.50
3.50
7.3
7.1
2.5
2.92
4.18
7.3
7.1
2.5
2.62
4.48
7.3
7.1
2.7
3.55
3.55
7.3
7.1
2.7
3.23
3.87
7.6
6.7
2.8
2.23
2.23
2.23
7.6
6.7
2.8
2.16
2.16
2.38
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.09
2.09
2.62
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.00
2.00
2.80
7.6
6.9
2.8
1.84
1.84
3.22
7.6
7.1
3.0
1.58
1.58
3.94
7.6
7.2
3.0
1.44
1.44
4.32
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.34
2.34
2.13
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.54
2.23
2.03
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.72
2.14
1.94
7.6
6.9
2.8
3.14
1.97
1.79
7.6
7.1
3.0
3.86
1.70
1.54
7.6
7.2
3.0
4.24
1.55
1.41
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.43
2.43
1.94
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.65
2.36
1.89
7.6
7.0
2.8
3.06
2.19
1.75
7.6
7.1
3.0
3.74
1.87
1.49
7.6
7.2
3.0
4.11
1.71
1.37
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.54
2.54
1.82
7.6
7.0
2.8
2.95
2.36
1.69
7.6
7.2
3.0
3.67
2.06
1.47
7.6
7.3
3.0
4.06
1.89
1.35
7.6
7.1
2.8
2.76
2.76
1.58
7.6
7.2
3.0
3.43
2.40
1.37
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.27
2.27
2.27
7.6
6.8
2.8
2.46
2.17
2.17
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.68
2.11
2.11
7.6
6.9
2.8
3.06
1.92
1.92
7.6
7.1
3.0
3.78
1.66
1.66
7.6
7.2
3.0
4.15
1.52
1.52
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.40
2.40
2.11
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.58
2.30
2.02
7.6
7.0
2.8
2.99
2.13
1.88
7.6
7.2
3.0
3.71
1.86
1.63
7.6
7.3
3.0
4.09
1.71
1.50
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.48
2.48
1.95
7.6
7.0
2.8
2.88
2.31
1.81
7.6
7.2
3.0
3.60
2.02
1.58
7.6
7.3
3.0
3.98
1.86
1.46
7.6
7.1
2.8
2.70
2.70
1.70
7.6
7.3
3.0
3.41
2.39
1.50
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.30
2.30
2.30
7.6
6.9
2.8
2.48
2.21
2.21
7.6
7.0
2.8
2.88
2.06
2.06
7.6
7.2
3.0
3.60
1.80
1.80
7.6
7.3
3.0
3.98
1.66
1.66
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14 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
390
390
390
390
390
390
390
400
400
400
400
400
470
470
400
400
400
400
470
470
400
400
400
470
470
400
400
470
470
400
470
470
500
500
520
520
520
520
520
570
570
520
520
520
520
570
570
520
520
520
570
570
520
520
570
570
520
570
520
520
520
520
570
570
520
520
520
570
570
520
520
570
570
520
570
520
520
520
570
570
930
1000
1160
1280
1540
2190
2590
1680
1680
1720
1730
1810
1900
1940
1700
1720
1750
1810
1920
1940
1750
1780
1840
1940
1940
1810
1860
1940
1940
1900
1940
1940
1940
1940
1640
1640
1670
1670
1710
1770
1800
1670
1670
1700
1710
1770
1800
1700
1700
1740
1770
1830
1700
1740
1800
1830
1770
1830
1670
1700
1700
1740
1770
1800
1700
1700
1740
1800
1830
1740
1740
1800
1830
1770
1830
1700
1740
1740
1800
1830
1700
1800
2000
2110
2390
2580
2620
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2120
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
4.4
4.7
5.4
6.0
7.1
10.1
11.9
7.7
7.7
7.9
7.9
8.3
8.7
8.9
7.8
7.9
8.0
8.3
8.8
8.9
8.0
8.2
8.4
8.9
8.9
8.3
8.5
8.9
8.9
8.7
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
7.5
7.5
7.7
7.7
7.9
8.1
8.3
7.7
7.7
7.8
7.9
8.1
8.3
7.8
7.8
8.0
8.1
8.4
7.8
8.0
8.3
8.4
8.1
8.4
7.7
7.8
7.8
8.0
8.1
8.3
7.8
7.8
8.0
8.3
8.4
8.0
8.0
8.3
8.4
8.1
8.4
7.8
8.0
8.0
8.3
8.4
4.2
4.5
5.2
5.7
6.8
9.6
11.4
7.4
7.4
7.6
7.6
7.9
8.3
8.5
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.9
8.4
8.5
7.7
7.8
8.1
8.5
8.5
7.9
8.2
8.5
8.5
8.3
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
7.2
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.5
7.8
7.9
7.3
7.3
7.5
7.5
7.8
7.9
7.5
7.5
7.6
7.8
8.0
7.5
7.6
7.9
8.0
7.8
8.0
7.3
7.5
7.5
7.6
7.8
7.9
7.5
7.5
7.6
7.9
8.0
7.6
7.6
7.9
8.0
7.8
8.0
7.5
7.6
7.6
7.9
8.0
4.0
4.3
5.0
5.5
6.5
9.2
10.9
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.6
8.0
8.2
7.2
7.2
7.4
7.6
8.1
8.2
7.4
7.5
7.7
8.2
8.2
7.6
7.8
8.2
8.2
8.0
8.2
8.2
8.2
8.2
6.9
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.2
7.4
7.6
7.0
7.0
7.2
7.2
7.4
7.6
7.2
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.7
7.2
7.3
7.6
7.7
7.4
7.7
7.0
7.2
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.6
7.2
7.2
7.3
7.6
7.7
7.3
7.3
7.6
7.7
7.4
7.7
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.6
7.7
Model SCM60ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
3
room
25 + 28 + 28
25 + 28 + 35
25 + 28 + 50
25 + 35 + 35
25 + 35 + 50
28 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 35
28 + 28 + 50
28 + 35 + 35
35 + 35 + 35
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
Standard
Max.
A room
B room
C room
Min.
7.6
7.0
2.8
2.42
2.42
2.16
7.6
7.0
2.8
2.78
2.23
1.99
7.6
7.2
3.0
3.50
1.96
1.75
7.6
7.1
2.8
2.62
2.62
1.87
7.6
7.3
3.0
3.32
2.32
1.66
7.6
7.0
2.8
2.33
2.33
2.33
7.6
7.1
2.8
2.73
2.18
2.18
7.6
7.3
3.0
3.44
1.93
1.93
7.6
7.2
2.8
2.57
2.57
2.06
7.6
7.2
2.8
2.40
2.40
2.40
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15 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
520
520
570
520
570
520
520
570
520
520
1740
1770
1800
1770
1830
1740
1770
1830
1800
1830
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
2420
8.0
8.1
8.3
8.1
8.4
8.0
8.1
8.4
8.3
8.4
7.6
7.8
7.9
7.8
8.0
7.6
7.8
8.0
7.9
8.0
7.3
7.4
7.6
7.4
7.7
7.3
7.4
7.7
7.6
7.7
Model SCM60ZG-S
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
3
room
20
22
25
28
35
50
60
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
20 + 50
20 + 60
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
22 + 50
22 + 60
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
25 + 50
25 + 60
28 + 28
28 + 35
28 + 50
28 + 60
35 + 35
35 + 50
35 + 60
50 + 50
50 + 60
20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 35
20 + 20 + 50
20 + 20 + 60
20 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 35
20 + 22 + 50
20 + 22 + 60
20 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 35
20 + 25 + 50
20 + 25 + 60
20 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 35
20 + 28 + 50
20 + 28 + 60
20 + 35 + 35
20 + 35 + 50
22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 35
22 + 22 + 50
22 + 22 + 60
22 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 35
22 + 25 + 50
22 + 25 + 60
22 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 35
22 + 28 + 50
22 + 28 + 60
22 + 35 + 35
22 + 35 + 50
25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 35
25 + 25 + 50
25 + 25 + 60
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
Standard
Max.
A room
B room
C room
Min.
2.8
2.0
2.0
1.1
3.1
2.2
2.2
1.1
3.4
2.5
2.5
1.1
3.7
2.8
2.8
1.1
4.5
3.5
3.5
1.1
5.8
5.0
5.0
1.1
6.1
6.0
6.0
1.1
6.0
4.0
2.00
2.3
2.00
6.3
4.2
2.00
2.3
2.20
6.5
4.5
2.00
2.3
2.50
6.8
4.7
1.96
2.3
2.74
7.3
5.3
1.93
2.3
3.37
7.3
6.6
1.89
2.5
4.71
7.3
6.7
1.68
2.5
5.03
6.7
4.4
2.20
2.3
2.20
6.8
4.7
2.20
2.3
2.50
7.2
4.9
2.16
2.3
2.74
7.3
5.5
2.12
2.3
3.38
7.3
6.7
2.05
2.5
4.65
7.3
6.7
1.80
2.5
4.90
7.0
4.9
2.45
2.3
2.45
7.3
5.2
2.45
2.3
2.75
7.3
5.8
2.42
2.3
3.38
7.3
6.7
2.23
2.5
4.47
7.3
6.7
1.97
2.5
4.73
7.3
5.4
2.70
2.3
2.70
7.3
6.0
2.67
2.3
3.33
7.3
6.7
2.41
2.5
4.29
7.3
6.7
2.13
2.5
4.57
7.3
6.6
3.30
2.3
3.30
7.3
6.7
3.94
2.5
22.76
7.3
6.7
4.23
2.5
2.47
7.3
6.7
3.35
2.6
3.35
7.3
6.7
3.65
2.6
3.05
7.5
5.4
1.80
3.3
1.80
1.80
7.5
5.4
1.74
3.3
1.74
1.92
7.5
5.5
1.69
3.3
1.69
2.12
7.5
5.6
1.65
3.3
1.65
2.31
7.5
5.8
1.55
3.3
1.55
2.71
7.5
6.2
1.38
3.5
1.38
3.44
7.5
6.4
1.28
3.5
1.28
3.84
7.5
5.5
1.89
3.3
1.72
1.89
7.5
5.5
1.81
3.3
1.64
2.05
7.5
5.6
1.76
3.3
1.60
2.24
7.5
5.8
1.66
3.3
1.51
2.64
7.5
6.2
1.48
3.5
1.35
3.37
7.5
6.5
1.40
3.5
1.27
3.82
7.5
5.6
2.00
3.3
1.60
2.00
7.5
5.7
1.95
3.3
1.56
2.19
7.5
5.9
1.84
3.3
1.48
2.58
7.5
6.3
1.66
3.5
1.33
3.32
7.5
6.6
1.57
3.5
1.26
3.77
7.5
5.8
2.14
3.3
1.53
2.14
7.5
6.0
2.02
3.3
1.45
2.53
7.5
6.4
1.83
3.5
1.31
3.27
7.5
6.7
1.74
3.5
1.24
3.72
7.5
6.2
2.41
3.3
1.38
2.41
7.5
6.6
2.20
3.5
1.26
3.14
7.5
5.5
1.83
3.3
1.83
1.83
7.5
5.6
1.79
3.3
1.79
2.03
7.5
5.7
1.74
3.3
1.74
2.22
7.5
5.9
1.64
3.3
1.64
2.61
7.5
6.3
1.47
3.5
1.47
3.35
7.5
6.5
1.38
3.5
1.38
3.75
7.5
5.7
1.98
3.3
1.74
1.98
7.5
5.8
1.93
3.3
1.70
2.17
7.5
5.9
1.80
3.3
1.58
2.52
7.5
6.4
1.65
3.5
1.45
3.30
7.5
6.6
1.54
3.5
1.36
3.70
7.5
5.8
2.08
3.3
1.64
2.08
7.5
6.0
1.98
3.3
1.55
2.47
7.5
6.4
1.79
3.5
1.41
3.20
7.5
6.7
1.71
3.5
1.34
3.65
7.5
6.2
2.36
3.3
1.48
2.36
7.5
6.6
2.16
3.5
1.36
3.08
7.5
5.8
1.93
3.3
1.93
1.93
7.5
5.8
1.86
3.3
1.86
2.08
7.5
6.0
1.76
3.3
1.76
2.47
7.5
6.4
1.60
3.5
1.60
3.20
7.5
6.7
1.52
3.5
1.52
3.65
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Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
330
330
330
330
330
330
330
400
400
400
400
400
480
480
400
400
400
400
480
480
400
400
400
480
480
400
400
480
480
400
480
480
550
550
680
680
680
680
680
760
760
680
680
680
680
760
760
680
680
680
760
760
680
680
760
760
680
760
680
680
680
680
760
760
680
680
680
760
760
680
680
760
760
680
760
680
680
680
760
760
510
630
780
860
1200
1910
2420
1250
1330
1430
1520
1850
2540
2560
1430
1520
1600
1940
2560
2560
1650
1750
2080
2560
2560
1850
2180
2560
2560
2540
2560
2560
2560
2560
1400
1400
1480
1470
1530
1690
1780
1440
1440
1480
1570
1690
1820
1480
1530
1570
1730
1860
1530
1620
1780
1860
1690
1820
1440
1480
1480
1570
1730
1820
1530
1530
1620
1780
1860
1570
1620
1780
1910
1690
1860
1530
1570
1650
1780
1910
960
1110
1190
1340
1750
2420
3050
2150
2340
2450
2640
2910
2910
2910
2560
2640
2840
2910
2910
2910
2750
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2910
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2.5
3.0
3.8
4.1
5.6
8.8
11.1
5.9
6.2
6.6
7.1
8.5
11.7
11.8
6.6
7.1
7.4
8.9
11.8
11.8
7.6
8.0
9.6
11.8
11.8
8.5
10.0
11.8
11.8
11.7
11.8
11.8
11.8
11.8
6.5
6.5
6.9
6.8
7.1
7.8
8.2
6.7
6.7
6.9
7.3
7.8
8.4
6.9
7.1
7.3
7.9
8.5
7.1
7.4
8.2
8.5
7.8
8.4
6.7
6.9
6.9
7.3
7.9
8.4
7.1
7.1
7.4
8.2
8.5
7.3
7.4
8.2
8.8
7.8
8.5
7.1
7.3
7.6
8.3
8.8
2.4
2.9
3.6
3.9
5.4
8.4
10.6
5.6
6.0
6.3
6.7
8.1
11.2
11.2
6.3
6.7
7.1
8.5
11.2
11.2
7.2
7.7
9.1
11.2
11.2
8.1
9.6
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
6.2
6.2
6.6
6.5
6.8
7.4
7.8
6.4
6.4
6.6
7.0
7.4
8.0
6.6
6.8
7.0
7.6
8.2
6.8
7.1
7.8
8.2
7.4
8.0
6.4
6.6
6.6
7.0
7.6
8.0
6.8
6.8
7.1
7.8
8.2
7.0
7.1
7.8
8.4
7.4
8.2
6.8
7.0
7.2
7.9
8.4
2.3
2.8
3.5
3.8
5.2
8.0
10.2
5.4
5.7
6.1
6.5
7.8
10.7
10.8
6.1
6.5
6.8
8.2
10.8
10.8
6.9
7.4
8.8
10.8
10.8
7.8
9.2
10.8
10.8
10.7
10.8
10.8
10.8
10.8
6.0
6.0
6.3
6.3
6.5
7.1
7.5
6.1
6.1
6.3
6.7
7.1
7.7
6.3
6.5
6.7
7.3
7.8
6.5
6.8
7.5
7.8
7.1
7.7
6.1
6.3
6.3
6.7
7.3
7.7
6.5
6.5
6.8
7.5
7.8
6.7
6.8
7.5
8.0
7.1
7.8
6.5
6.7
6.9
7.6
8.0
Model SCM60ZG-S
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
3
room
25 + 28 + 28
25 + 28 + 35
25 + 28 + 50
25 + 35 + 35
25 + 35 + 50
28 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 35
28 + 28 + 50
28 + 35 + 35
35 + 35 + 35
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room
B room
C room
Min.
Standard
Max.
7.5
5.9
3.3
2.04
2.04
1.82
7.5
6.1
3.3
2.43
1.94
1.73
7.5
6.5
3.5
3.16
1.77
1.58
7.5
6.3
3.3
2.32
2.32
1.66
7.5
6.7
3.5
3.05
2.13
1.52
7.5
6.0
3.3
2.00
2.00
2.00
7.5
6.2
3.3
2.38
1.91
1.91
7.5
6.6
3.5
3.11
1.74
1.74
7.5
6.4
3.3
2.29
2.29
1.83
7.5
6.6
3.3
2.20
2.20
2.20
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Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
680
680
760
680
760
680
680
760
680
680
1570
1650
1820
1730
1910
1620
1690
1820
1730
1820
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
2610
7.3
7.6
8.4
7.9
8.8
7.4
7.8
8.4
7.9
8.4
7.0
7.2
8.0
7.6
8.4
7.1
7.4
8.0
7.6
8.0
6.7
6.9
7.7
7.3
8.0
6.8
7.1
7.7
7.3
7.7
Model SCM80ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
3
room
20
22
25
28
35
50
60
71
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
20 + 50
20 + 60
20 + 71
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
22 + 50
22 + 60
22 + 71
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
25 + 50
25 + 60
25 + 71
28 + 28
28 + 35
28 + 50
28 + 60
28 + 71
35 + 35
35 + 50
35 + 60
35 + 71
50 + 50
50 + 60
60 + 60
60 + 71
20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 35
20 + 20 + 50
20 + 20 + 60
20 + 20 + 71
20 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 35
20 + 22 + 50
20 + 22 + 60
20 + 22 + 71
20 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 35
20 + 25 + 50
20 + 25 + 60
20 + 25 + 71
20 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 35
20 + 28 + 50
20 + 28 + 60
20 + 28 + 71
20 + 35 + 35
20 + 35 + 50
20 + 35 + 60
20 + 35 + 71
20 + 50 + 50
20 + 50 + 60
22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 35
22 + 22 + 50
22 + 22 + 60
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Max.
Min. Standard
3.0
0.8
3.0
3.7
3.2
0.8
3.2
3.9
3.4
0.8
3.4
4.2
4.0
0.8
4.0
4.4
4.5
0.8
4.5
5.0
5.8
0.8
5.8
6.1
6.8
0.8
6.8
7.1
8.0
0.8
8.0
8.1
2.70
2.70
2.1
5.4
8.6
2.93
2.67
2.1
5.6
8.6
3.28
2.62
2.1
5.9
8.6
3.62
2.58
2.1
6.2
8.6
4.39
2.51
2.1
6.9
8.6
5.93
2.37
2.2
8.3
8.6
6.23
2.08
2.2
8.3
8.6
6.48
1.82
2.4
8.3
8.6
2.90
2.90
2.1
5.8
8.6
3.24
2.86
2.1
6.1
8.6
3.58
2.82
2.1
6.
8.6
8.6
4.36
7.1
2.74
2.1
8.6
5.76
8.3
2.54
2.2
8.6
6.07
8.3
2.23
2.2
8.6
6.34
8.3
1.96
2.4
8.6
3.20
6.4
3.20
2.1
8.6
3.54
6.7
3.16
2.1
8.6
4.32
7.4
3.08
2.1
8.6
5.53
8.3
2.77
2.2
8.6
5.86
8.3
2.44
2.2
8.6
6.14
8.3
2.16
2.4
8.6
3.50
7.0
3.50
2.1
8.6
4.28
7.7
3.42
2.1
8.6
5.32
8.3
2.98
2.2
8.6
5.66
8.3
2.64
2.2
8.6
5.95
8.3
2.35
2.4
8.6
4.15
8.3
4.15
2.1
8.6
4.88
8.3
3.42
2.2
8.6
5.24
8.3
3.06
2.2
8.6
5.56
8.3
2.74
2.4
8.6
4.15
8.3
4.15
2.4
8.6
4.53
8.3
3.77
2.4
8.6
4.15
8.3
4.15
2.9
8.6
4.50
8.3
3.80
2.9
9.1
2.57
7.7
2.57
3.2
2.57
9.1
2.52
7.8
2.52
3.2
2.77
9.1
2.46
8.0
2.46
3.2
3.08
9.1
2.38
8.1
2.38
3.2
3.34
9.1
2.27
8.5
2.27
3.2
3.97
9.1
2.00
9.0
2.00
3.4
5.00
9.1
1.80
9.0
1.80
3.4
5.40
9.1
1.62
9.0
1.62
3.6
5.76
9.1
2.72
7.9
2.47
3.2
2.72
9.1
2.66
8.1
2.42
3.2
3.02
9.1
2.61
8.3
2.37
3.2
3.32
9.1
2.49
8.7
2.26
3.2
3.95
9.1
2.15
9.0
1.96
3.4
4.89
9.1
1.94
9.0
1.76
3.4
5.29
9.1
1.75
9.0
1.59
3.6
5.65
9.1
2.96
8.3
2.37
3.2
2.96
9.1
2.88
8.4
2.30
3.2
3.22
9.1
2.75
8.8
2.20
3.2
3.85
9.1
2.37
9.0
1.89
3.4
4.74
9.1
2.14
9.0
1.71
3.4
5.14
9.1
1.94
9.0
1.55
3.6
5.51
9.1
3.17
8.6
2.26
3.2
3.17
9.1
3.04
9.0
2.17
3.2
3.80
9.1
2.57
9.0
1.84
3.4
4.59
9.1
2.33
9.0
1.67
3.4
5.00
9.1
2.12
9.0
1.51
3.6
5.37
9.1
3.50
9.0
2.00
3.2
3.50
9.1
3.00
9.0
1.71
3.4
4.29
9.1
2.74
9.0
1.57
3.4
4.70
9.1
2.50
9.0
1.43
3.6
5.07
9.1
3.75
9.0
1.50
3.5
3.75
9.1
3.46
9.0
1.38
3.7
4.15
9.1
2.67
8.0
2.67
3.2
2.67
9.1
2.61
8.2
2.61
3.2
2.97
9.1
2.57
8.4
2.57
3.2
3.27
9.1
2.45
8.8
2.45
3.2
3.90
9.1
2.11
9.0
2.11
3.4
4.79
9.1
1.90
9.0
1.90
3.4
5.19
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18 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
200
200
200
200
200
230
300
300
200
200
200
200
230
300
300
200
200
200
230
300
300
200
200
230
300
300
200
230
300
300
280
350
440
440
450
450
450
450
450
510
580
590
450
450
450
450
510
580
590
450
450
450
510
580
590
450
450
510
580
590
450
510
580
590
560
640
450
450
450
450
510
580
1250
1390
1520
1780
2150
3100
2750
3380
1410
1520
1670
1810
2200
3050
3050
3050
1630
1760
192
2320
3050
3050
3050
1920
2100
2500
3050
3050
3050
2270
2690
3050
3050
3050
3050
3050
3050
3050
3050
3050
3050
3050
2470
2540
2630
2690
2900
3170
3170
3170
2580
2670
2770
2980
3170
3170
3170
2770
2850
3070
3170
3170
3170
2980
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
2630
2720
2850
3070
3170
3170
1590
1740
1970
2100
2500
3250
3430
3430
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
330
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
5.8
6.4
7.1
8.2
9.9
14.2
12.6
15.5
6.5
7.0
7.7
8.3
10.1
14.0
14.0
14.0
7.5
8.1
8.8
10.7
14.0
14.0
14.0
8.8
9.6
11.5
14.0
14.0
14.0
10.4
12.4
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
11.3
11.7
12.1
12.4
13.3
14.6
14.6
14.6
11.8
12.3
12.7
13.7
14.6
14.6
14.6
12.7
13.1
14.1
14.6
14.6
14.6
13.7
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
12.1
12.5
13.1
14.1
14.6
14.6
5.5
6.2
6.7
7.8
9.4
13.6
12.1
14.8
6.2
6.7
7.3
7.9
9.7
13.4
13.4
13.4
7.2
7.7
8.4
10.2
13.4
13.4
13.4
8.4
9.2
11.0
13.4
13.4
13.4
10.0
11.8
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
10.8
11.2
11.6
11.8
12.7
13.9
13.9
13.9
11.3
11.7
12.2
13.1
13.9
13.9
13.9
12.2
12.5
13.5
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.1
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
11.6
11.9
12.5
13.5
13.9
13.9
5.3
5.9
6.5
7.5
9.0
13.0
11.6
14.2
5.9
6.4
7.0
7.6
9.3
12.8
12.8
12.8
6.9
7.4
8.1
9.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
8.1
8.8
10.5
12.8
12.8
12.8
9.6
11.3
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.8
10.4
10.7
11.1
11.3
12.2
13.3
13.3
13.3
10.9
11.2
11.7
12.5
13.3
13.3
13.3
11.7
12.0
12.9
13.3
13.3
13.3
12.5
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
11.1
11.4
12.0
12.9
13.3
13.3
Model SCM80ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
22 + 22 + 71
22 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 35
22 + 25 + 50
22 + 25 + 60
22 + 25 + 71
22 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 35
22 + 28 + 50
22 + 28 + 60
22 + 28 + 71
22 + 35 + 35
22 + 35 + 50
22 + 35 + 60
22 + 35 + 71
22 + 50 + 50
22 + 50 + 60
25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 35
25 + 25 + 50
25 + 25 + 60
25 + 25 + 71
3
25 + 28 + 28
room
25 + 28 + 35
25 + 28 + 50
25 + 28 + 60
25 + 28 + 71
25 + 35 + 35
25 + 35 + 50
25 + 35 + 60
25 + 35 + 71
25 + 50 + 50
25 + 50 + 60
28 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 35
28 + 28 + 50
28 + 28 + 60
28 + 28 + 71
28 + 35 + 35
28 + 35 + 50
28 + 35 + 60
28 + 35 + 71
28 + 50 + 50
35 + 35 + 35
35 + 35 + 50
35 + 35 + 60
35 + 50 + 50
20 + 20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 20 + 35
20 + 20 + 20 + 50
20 + 20 + 20 + 60
20 + 20 + 20 + 71
20 + 20 + 22 + 22
20 + 20 + 22 + 25
20 + 20 + 22 + 28
20 + 20 + 22 + 35
20 + 20 + 22 + 50
20 + 20 + 22 + 60
20 + 20 + 22 + 71
4
20 + 20 + 25 + 25
room
20 + 20 + 25 + 28
20 + 20 + 25 + 35
20 + 20 + 25 + 50
20 + 20 + 25 + 60
20 + 20 + 28 + 28
20 + 20 + 28 + 35
20 + 20 + 28 + 50
20 + 20 + 28 + 60
20 + 20 + 35 + 35
20 + 20 + 35 + 50
20 + 20 + 35 + 60
20 + 22 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 22 + 35
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Min. Standard
Max.
5.56
9.1
1.72
9.0
1.72
3.6
2.92
9.1
2.92
8.4
2.57
3.2
3.17
9.1
2.83
8.5
2.49
3.2
3.80
9.1
2.71
8.9
2.39
3.2
4.64
9.1
2.32
9.0
2.04
3.4
5.05
9.1
2.10
9.0
1.85
3.4
5.42
9.1
1.91
9.0
1.68
3.6
3.12
9.1
3.12
8.7
2.45
3.2
3.71
9.1
2.96
9.0
2.33
3.2
4.50
9.1
2.52
9.0
1.98
3.4
4.91
9.1
2.29
9.0
1.80
3.4
5.28
9.1
2.08
9.0
1.64
3.6
3.42
9.1
3.42
9.0
2.15
3.2
4.21
9.1
2.94
9.0
1.85
3.4
4.62
9.1
2.69
9.0
1.69
3.4
4.99
9.1
2.46
9.0
1.55
3.6
3.69
9.1
3.69
9.0
1.62
3.5
4.09
9.1
3.41
9.0
1.50
3.7
2.83
9.1
2.83
8.5
2.83
3.2
3.12
9.1
2.79
8.7
2.79
3.2
3.71
9.1
2.65
9.0
2.65
3.2
4.50
9.1
2.25
9.0
2.25
3.4
4.91
9.1
2.05
9.0
2.05
3.4
5.28
9.1
1.86
9.0
1.86
3.6
9.1
3.08
8.9
3.08
3.2
2.75
9.1
3.58
9.0
2.86
3.2
2.56
9.1
4.37
9.0
2.45
3.4
2.18
9.1
4.78
9.0
2.23
3.4
1.99
9.1
5.15
9.0
2.03
3.6
1.81
9.1
3.32
9.0
3.32
3.2
2.37
9.1
4.09
9.0
2.86
3.4
2.05
9.1
4.50
9.0
2.63
3.4
1.88
9.1
4.88
9.0
2.40
3.6
1.72
9.1
3.60
9.0
3.60
3.5
1.80
9.1
4.00
9.0
3.33
3.7
1.67
9.1
3.00
9.0
3.00
3.2
3.00
9.1
3.46
9.0
2.77
3.2
2.77
9.1
4.25
9.0
2.38
3.4
2.38
9.1
4.66
9.0
2.17
3.4
2.17
9.1
5.03
9.0
1.98
3.6
1.98
9.1
3.21
9.0
3.21
3.2
2.57
9.1
3.98
9.0
2.79
3.4
2.23
9.1
4.39
9.0
2.56
3.4
2.05
9.1
4.77
9.0
2.35
3.6
1.88
9.1
3.52
9.0
3.52
3.5
1.97
9.1
3.00
9.0
3.00
3.2
3.00
9.1
3.75
9.0
2.63
3.4
2.63
9.1
4.15
9.0
2.42
3.4
2.42
9.1
3.33
9.0
3.33
3.5
2.33
9.6
2.28
9.1
2.28
3.6
2.28
2.28
9.6
2.22
9.1
2.22
3.6
2.22
2.44
9.6
2.14
9.1
2.14
3.6
2.14
2.68
9.6
2.07
9.1
2.07
3.6
2.07
2.90
9.6
1.94
9.2
1.94
3.6
1.94
3.39
9.6
1.67
9.2
1.67
3.7
1.67
4.18
9.6
1.53
9.2
1.53
3.7
1.53
4.60
9.6
1.42
9.3
1.42
4.1
1.42
5.04
9.6
2.38
9.1
2.17
3.6
2.17
2.38
9.6
2.30
9.1
2.09
3.6
2.09
2.61
9.6
2.22
9.1
2.02
3.6
2.02
2.83
9.6
2.09
9.2
1.90
3.6
1.90
3.32
9.6
1.81
9.2
1.64
3.7
1.64
4.11
9.6
1.68
9.3
1.52
3.7
1.52
4.57
9.6
1.54
9.3
1.40
4.1
1.40
4.96
9.6
2.53
9.1
2.02
3.6
2.02
2.53
9.6
2.45
9.1
1.96
3.6
1.96
2.74
9.6
2.30
9.2
1.84
3.6
1.84
3.22
9.6
2.00
9.2
1.60
3.7
1.60
4.00
9.6
1.86
9.3
1.49
3.7
1.49
4.46
9.6
2.68
9.2
1.92
3.6
1.92
2.68
9.6
2.50
9.2
1.79
3.6
1.79
3.13
9.6
2.18
9.2
1.56
3.7
1.56
3.90
9.6
2.03
9.3
1.45
3.7
1.45
4.36
9.6
2.93
9.2
1.67
3.6
1.67
2.93
9.6
2.60
9.3
1.49
3.7
1.49
3.72
9.6
2.41
9.3
1.38
3.7
1.38
4.13
9.6
2.33
9.1
2.33
3.6
2.12
2.33
9.6
2.25
9.1
2.25
3.6
2.04
2.56
9.6
2.18
9.1
2.18
3.6
1.98
2.77
9.6
2.04
9.2
2.04
3.6
1.86
3.25
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19 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
590
450
450
450
510
580
590
450
450
510
580
590
450
510
580
590
560
640
450
450
450
510
580
590
450
450
510
580
590
450
510
580
590
560
640
450
450
510
580
590
450
510
580
590
560
450
510
580
560
910
910
910
910
910
950
950
1050
910
910
910
910
950
950
1050
910
910
910
950
950
910
910
950
950
910
950
950
910
910
910
910
3170
2850
2900
3120
3170
3170
3170
3020
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
2900
3020
3170
3170
3170
3170
3120
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
3170
2370
2370
2370
2370
2400
2400
2400
2430
2370
2370
2370
2400
2400
2430
2430
2370
2370
2400
2400
2430
2400
2400
2400
2430
2400
2430
2430
2370
2370
2370
2400
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
3220
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
14.6
13.1
13.3
14.3
14.6
14.6
14.6
13.9
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
13.3
13.9
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.3
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
10.9
10.9
10.9
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
10.9
10.9
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.2
10.9
10.9
10.9
11.0
13.9
12.5
12.7
13.7
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.3
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
12.7
13.3
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.7
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
13.9
10.4
10.4
10.4
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.4
10.4
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.4
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.4
10.4
10.4
10.5
13.3
12.0
12.2
13.1
13.3
13.3
13.3
12.7
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
12.2
12.7
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.1
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.1
Model SCM80ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
20 + 22 + 22 + 50
20 + 22 + 22 + 60
20 + 22 + 22 + 71
20 + 22 + 25 + 25
20 + 22 + 25 + 28
20 + 22 + 25 + 35
20 + 22 + 25 + 50
20 + 22 + 25 + 60
20 + 22 + 28 + 28
20 + 22 + 28 + 35
20 + 22 + 28 + 50
20 + 22 + 28 + 60
20 + 22 + 35 + 35
20 + 22 + 35 + 50
20 + 25 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 25 + 35
20 + 25 + 25 + 50
20 + 25 + 25 + 60
20 + 25 + 28 + 28
20 + 25 + 28 + 35
20 + 25 + 28 + 50
20 + 25 + 28 + 60
20 + 25 + 35 + 35
20 + 25 + 35 + 50
20 + 28 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 28 + 35
20 + 28 + 28 + 50
20 + 28 + 35 + 35
20 + 28 + 35 + 50
20 + 35 + 35 + 35
22 + 22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 22 + 35
22 + 22 + 22 + 50
22 + 22 + 22 + 60
22 + 22 + 25 + 25
22 + 22 + 25 + 28
4
22 + 22 + 25 + 35
room 22 + 22 + 25 + 50
22 + 22 + 25 + 60
22 + 22 + 28 + 28
22 + 22 + 28 + 35
22 + 22 + 28 + 50
22 + 22 + 28 + 60
22 + 22 + 35 + 35
22 + 22 + 35 + 50
22 + 25 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 25 + 35
22 + 25 + 25 + 50
22 + 25 + 25 + 60
22 + 25 + 28 + 28
22 + 25 + 28 + 35
22 + 25 + 28 + 50
22 + 25 + 28 + 60
22 + 25 + 35 + 35
22 + 25 + 35 + 50
22 + 28 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 28 + 35
22 + 28 + 28 + 50
22 + 28 + 35 + 35
22 + 28 + 35 + 50
22 + 35 + 35 + 35
25 + 25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 25 + 35
25 + 25 + 25 + 50
25 + 25 + 25 + 60
25 + 25 + 28 + 28
25 + 25 + 28 + 35
25 + 25 + 28 + 50
25 + 25 + 35 + 35
25 + 25 + 35 + 50
25 + 28 + 28 + 28
25 + 28 + 28 + 35
25 + 28 + 28 + 50
25 + 28 + 35 + 35
25 + 35 + 35 + 35
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Min. Standard
Max.
1.61
4.04
3.7
1.78
9.2
1.78
9.6
1.50
4.50
3.7
1.65
9.3
1.65
9.6
1.38
4.89
4.1
1.52
9.3
1.52
9.6
1.98
2.47
3.6
2.18
9.1
2.47
9.6
1.94
2.71
3.6
2.13
9.2
2.42
9.6
1.80
3.16
3.6
1.98
9.2
2.25
9.6
1.57
3.93
3.7
1.73
9.2
1.97
9.6
1.46
4.39
3.7
1.61
9.3
1.83
9.6
1.88
2.63
3.6
2.07
9.2
2.63
9.6
1.75
3.07
3.6
1.93
9.2
2.45
9.6
1.53
3.83
3.7
1.69
9.2
2.15
9.6
1.43
4.29
3.7
1.57
9.3
2.00
9.6
1.64
2.88
3.6
1.81
9.2
2.88
9.6
1.46
3.66
3.7
1.61
9.3
2.56
9.6
1.94
2.42
3.6
2.42
9.2
2.42
9.6
1.88
2.63
3.6
2.35
9.2
2.35
9.6
1.75
3.07
3.6
2.19
9.2
2.19
9.6
1.53
3.83
3.7
1.92
9.2
1.92
9.6
1.43
4.29
3.7
1.79
9.3
1.79
9.6
1.82
2.55
3.6
2.28
9.2
2.55
9.6
1.70
2.98
3.6
2.13
9.2
2.39
9.6
1.51
3.78
3.7
1.89
9.3
2.12
9.6
1.40
4.20
3.7
1.75
9.3
1.96
9.6
1.60
2.80
3.6
2.00
9.2
2.80
9.6
1.43
3.58
3.7
1.79
9.3
2.50
9.6
1.77
2.48
3.6
2.48
9.2
2.48
9.6
1.66
2.90
3.6
2.32
9.2
2.32
9.6
1.48
3.69
3.7
2.07
9.3
2.07
9.6
1.56
2.73
3.6
2.18
9.2
2.73
9.6
9.6
9.3
1.40
3.50
3.7
2.45
1.96
9.6
9.3
2.60
3.6
1.49
2.60
2.60
9.6
9.1
2.28
3.6
2.28
2.28
2.28
9.6
9.1
2.50
3.6
2.20
2.20
2.20
9.6
9.2
2.74
3.6
2.15
2.15
2.15
9.6
9.2
3.19
3.6
2.00
2.00
2.00
9.6
9.2
3.97
3.7
1.74
1.74
1.74
9.6
9.3
4.43
3.7
1.62
1.62
1.62
9.6
9.2
2.45
3.6
2.45
2.15
2.15
9.6
9.2
2.66
3.6
2.37
2.09
2.09
9.6
9.2
3.10
3.6
2.21
1.95
1.95
9.6
9.2
3.87
3.7
1.93
1.70
1.70
9.6
9.3
4.33
3.7
1.80
1.59
1.59
9.6
9.2
2.58
3.6
2.58
2.02
2.02
9.6
9.2
3.01
3.6
2.41
1.89
1.89
9.6
9.3
3.81
3.7
2.13
1.68
1.68
9.6
9.3
4.23
3.7
1.97
1.55
1.55
9.6
9.2
2.82
3.6
2.82
1.78
1.78
9.6
9.3
3.60
3.7
2.52
1.59
1.59
9.6
9.2
2.37
3.6
2.37
2.09
2.37
9.6
9.2
2.58
3.6
2.30
2.02
2.30
9.6
9.2
3.01
3.6
2.15
1.89
2.15
9.6
9.3
3.81
3.7
1.91
1.68
1.91
9.6
9.3
4.23
3.7
1.76
1.55
1.76
9.6
9.2
2.50
3.6
2.50
1.97
2.23
9.6
9.2
2.93
3.6
2.34
1.84
2.09
9.6
9.3
3.72
3.7
2.08
1.64
1.86
9.6
9.3
4.13
3.7
1.93
1.52
1.72
9.6
9.2
2.75
3.6
2.75
1.73
1.97
9.6
9.3
3.52
3.7
2.47
1.76
1.55
9.6
9.2
2.43
3.6
2.43
2.43
1.91
9.6
9.2
2.85
3.6
2.28
2.28
1.79
9.6
9.3
3.63
3.7
2.03
2.03
1.60
9.6
9.2
2.68
3.6
2.68
2.15
1.69
9.6
9.3
3.44
3.7
2.41
1.93
1.52
9.6
9.3
2.56
3.6
2.56
2.56
1.61
9.6
9.2
2.30
3.6
2.30
2.30
2.30
9.6
9.2
2.50
3.6
2.23
2.23
2.23
9.6
9.2
2.93
3.6
2.09
2.09
2.09
9.6
9.3
3.72
3.7
1.86
1.86
1.86
9.6
9.3
4.13
3.7
1.72
1.72
1.72
9.6
9.2
2.43
3.6
2.43
2.17
2.17
9.6
9.2
2.85
3.6
2.28
2.04
2.04
9.6
9.3
3.63
3.7
2.03
1.82
1.82
9.6
9.2
2.68
3.6
2.68
1.92
1.92
9.6
9.3
3.44
3.7
2.41
1.72
1.72
9.6
9.2
2.36
3.6
2.36
2.36
2.11
9.6
9.2
2.78
3.6
2.22
2.22
1.98
9.6
9.3
3.55
3.7
1.99
1.99
1.77
9.6
9.3
2.65
3.6
2.65
2.12
1.89
9.6
9.3
2.50
3.6
2.50
2.50
1.79
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Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
950
950
1050
910
910
910
950
950
910
910
950
950
910
950
910
910
910
950
950
910
910
950
950
910
950
910
910
950
910
950
910
910
910
910
910
950
950
910
910
910
950
950
910
910
950
950
910
950
910
910
910
950
950
910
910
950
950
910
950
910
910
950
910
950
910
910
910
910
950
950
910
910
950
910
950
910
910
950
910
910
2400
2430
2430
2370
2400
2400
2400
2430
2400
2400
2400
2430
2400
2430
2400
2400
2400
2400
2430
2400
2400
2430
2430
2400
2430
2400
2400
2430
2400
2430
2430
2370
2370
2400
2400
2400
2430
2400
2400
2400
2400
2430
2400
2400
2430
2430
2400
2430
2400
2400
2400
2430
2430
2400
2400
2430
2430
2400
2430
2400
2400
2430
2400
2430
2430
2400
2400
2400
2430
2430
2400
2400
2430
2400
2430
2400
2400
2430
2430
2430
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
11.0
11.2
11.2
10.9
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.2
10.9
10.9
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.2
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.4
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.7
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.2
Model SCM80ZG-S
(a)
Heating
Indoor unit
combination
28 + 28 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 28 + 35
4
28 + 28 + 28 + 50
room
28 + 28 + 35 + 35
28 + 35 + 35 + 35
Heating capacity (kW)
Room heating capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Max.
Min. Standard
9.6
9.2
3.6
2.30
2.30
2.30
2.30
9.6
9.2
3.6
2.71
2.16
2.16
2.16
9.6
9.3
3.7
3.47
1.94
1.94
1.94
9.6
9.3
3.6
2.58
2.58
2.07
2.07
9.6
9.3
3.6
2.45
2.45
2.45
1.96
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Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
910
910
950
910
910
2400
2400
2430
2430
2430
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.2
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
10.7
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.2
Model SCM80ZG-S
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
1
room
2
room
3
room
20
22
25
28
35
50
60
71
20 + 20
20 + 22
20 + 25
20 + 28
20 + 35
20 + 50
20 + 60
20 + 71
22 + 22
22 + 25
22 + 28
22 + 35
22 + 50
22 + 60
22 + 71
25 + 25
25 + 28
25 + 35
25 + 50
25 + 60
25 + 71
28 + 28
28 + 35
28 + 50
28 + 60
28 + 71
35 + 35
35 + 50
35 + 60
35 + 71
50 + 50
50 + 60
60 + 60
60 + 71
20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 35
20 + 20 + 50
20 + 20 + 60
20 + 20 + 71
20 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 35
20 + 22 + 50
20 + 22 + 60
20 + 22 + 71
20 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 35
20 + 25 + 50
20 + 25 + 60
20 + 25 + 71
20 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 35
20 + 28 + 50
20 + 28 + 60
20 + 28 + 71
20 + 35 + 35
20 + 35 + 50
20 + 35 + 60
20 + 35 + 71
20 + 50 + 50
20 + 50 + 60
22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 35
22 + 22 + 50
22 + 22 + 60
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Max.
Min. Standard
2.8
2.0
2.0
1.8
3.1
2.2
2.2
1.8
3.5
2.5
2.5
1.8
3.8
2.8
2.8
1.8
4.7
3.5
3.5
1.8
6.0
5.0
5.0
1.8
7.2
6.0
6.0
2.2
7.2
7.1
7.1
2.2
6.3
4.0
2.00
3.3
2.00
6.6
4.2
2.00
3.3
2.20
6.7
4.5
2.00
3.3
2.50
7.0
4.8
2.00
3.3
2.80
7.9
5.5
2.00
3.3
3.50
7.9
7.0
2.00
3.5
5.00
7.9
7.4
1.85
3.7
5.55
7.9
7.4
1.63
3.7
5.77
6.9
4.4
2.20
3.3
2.20
7.1
4.7
3.3
2.20
2.50
7.4
5.0
3.3
2.20
2.80
7.9
5.6
3.3
2.16
3.44
7.9
7.1
3.5
2.17
4.93
7.9
7.4
3.7
1.99
5.41
7.9
7.4
3.7
1.75
5.65
7.2
5.0
2.50
2.50
13.3
7.5
5.2
3.3
2.45
2.75
7.9
5.9
3.3
2.46
3.44
7.9
7.4
3.5
2.47
4.93
7.9
7.4
3.7
2.18
5.22
7.9
7.4
3.7
1.93
5.47
7.8
5.5
3.3
2.75
2.75
7.9
6.2
3.3
2.76
3.44
7.9
7.4
3.5
2.66
4.74
7.9
7.4
3.7
2.35
5.05
7.9
7.4
3.7
2.09
5.31
7.9
6.9
3.3
3.45
3.45
7.9
7.4
3.5
3.05
4.35
7.9
7.4
3.7
2.73
4.67
7.9
7.4
3.7
2.44
4.96
7.9
7.4
3.6
3.70
3.70
7.9
7.4
3.9
3.36
4.04
7.9
7.4
4.1
3.70
3.70
7.9
7.4
4.1
3.39
4.01
8.8
6.0
4.6
2.00
2.00
2.00
8.8
6.2
4.6
2.20
2.00
2.00
8.8
6.5
4.6
2.50
2.00
2.00
8.8
6.6
4.6
2.72
1.94
1.94
8.8
7.1
4.6
3.31
1.89
1.89
8.8
7.8
4.7
4.33
1.73
1.73
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.68
1.56
1.56
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.99
1.41
1.41
8.8
6.3
4.6
2.17
1.97
2.17
8.8
6.6
4.6
2.46
1.97
2.17
8.8
6.8
4.6
2.72
1.94
2.14
8.8
7.3
4.6
3.32
1.90
2.09
8.8
7.8
4.7
4.24
1.70
1.87
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.59
1.53
1.68
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.90
1.38
1.52
8.8
6.8
4.6
2.43
1.94
2.43
8.8
7.0
4.6
2.68
1.92
2.40
8.8
7.5
4.6
3.28
1.88
2.34
8.8
7.8
4.7
4.11
1.64
2.05
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.46
1.49
1.86
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.77
1.34
1.68
8.8
7.2
4.6
2.65
1.89
2.65
8.8
7.7
4.6
3.25
1.86
2.60
8.8
7.8
4.7
3.98
1.59
2.23
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.33
1.44
2.02
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.65
1.31
1.84
8.8
7.8
4.6
3.03
1.73
3.03
8.8
7.8
4.7
3.71
1.49
2.60
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.07
1.36
2.37
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.40
1.24
2.17
8.8
7.8
4.9
3.25
1.30
3.25
8.8
7.8
5.1
3.60
1.20
3.00
8.8
6.5
4.6
2.17
2.17
2.17
8.8
6.7
4.6
2.43
2.14
2.14
8.8
6.9
4.6
2.68
2.11
2.11
8.8
7.4
4.6
3.28
2.06
2.06
8.8
7.8
4.7
4.15
1.83
1.83
8.8
7.8
5.0
4.50
1.65
1.65
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22 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
310
310
310
310
310
310
350
350
380
380
380
380
380
450
560
560
380
380
380
380
450
560
560
380
380
380
450
560
560
380
380
450
560
560
380
450
560
560
520
630
740
740
630
630
630
630
630
700
820
820
630
630
630
630
700
820
820
630
630
630
700
820
820
630
630
700
820
820
630
700
820
820
780
890
630
630
630
630
700
820
380
460
600
740
1100
1920
1990
2910
700
780
940
1100
1510
2420
2660
2660
900
1060
1220
1600
2510
2660
2660
1220
1380
1770
2660
2660
2660
1560
1950
2660
2660
2660
2420
2660
2660
2660
2660
2660
2660
2660
1380
1470
1590
1690
1960
2380
2380
2380
1510
1660
1790
2070
2380
2380
2380
1790
1910
2190
2380
2380
2380
2010
2320
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
1610
1730
1860
2140
2380
2380
860
1010
1100
1260
1750
2520
3000
3000
2000
2180
2280
2460
2990
2990
2990
2990
2370
2470
2660
2990
2990
2990
2990
2560
2750
2990
2990
2990
2990
2940
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
1.9
2.2
2.9
3.5
5.2
8.8
9.1
13.4
3.3
3.7
4.5
5.2
7.0
11.1
12.2
12.2
4.3
5.0
5.7
7.4
11.5
12.2
12.2
5.7
6.4
8.1
12.2
12.2
12.2
7.2
9.0
12.2
12.2
12.2
11.1
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.2
6.4
6.8
7.4
7.8
9.0
10.9
10.9
10.9
7.0
7.7
8.2
9.5
10.9
10.9
10.9
8.2
8.8
10.1
10.9
10.9
10.9
9.2
10.7
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
7.5
8.0
8.5
9.8
10.9
10.9
1.8
2.2
2.8
3.4
4.9
8.4
8.7
12.8
3.2
3.6
4.3
4.9
6.7
10.6
11.7
11.7
4.1
4.8
5.5
7.1
11.0
11.7
11.7
5.5
6.1
7.8
11.7
11.7
11.7
6.9
8.6
11.7
11.7
11.7
10.6
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
6.1
6.5
7.1
7.5
8.6
10.5
10.5
10.5
6.7
7.4
7.9
9.1
10.5
10.5
10.5
7.9
8.4
9.6
10.5
10.5
10.5
8.8
10.2
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
7.1
7.7
8.2
9.4
10.5
10.5
1.7
2.1
2.7
3.2
4.7
8.1
8.4
12.2
3.1
3.4
4.1
4.7
6.4
10.2
11.2
11.2
3.9
4.6
5.2
6.8
10.6
11.2
11.2
5.2
5.9
7.4
11.2
11.2
11.2
6.6
8.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
10.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.2
5.9
6.3
6.8
7.2
8.2
10.0
10.0
10.0
6.4
7.1
7.5
8.7
10.0
10.0
10.0
7.5
8.0
9.2
10.0
10.0
10.0
8.5
9.8
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
6.8
7.4
7.8
9.0
10.0
10.0
Model SCM80ZG-S
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
22 + 22 + 71
22 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 35
22 + 25 + 50
22 + 25 + 60
22 + 25 + 71
22 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 35
22 + 28 + 50
22 + 28 + 60
22 + 28 + 71
22 + 35 + 35
22 + 35 + 50
22 + 35 + 60
22 + 35 + 71
22 + 50 + 50
22 + 50 + 60
25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 35
25 + 25 + 50
25 + 25 + 60
25 + 25 + 71
3
25 + 28 + 28
room
25 + 28 + 35
25 + 28 + 50
25 + 28 + 60
25 + 28 + 71
25 + 35 + 35
25 + 35 + 50
25 + 35 + 60
25 + 35 + 71
25 + 50 + 50
25 + 50 + 60
28 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 35
28 + 28 + 50
28 + 28 + 60
28 + 28 + 71
28 + 35 + 35
28 + 35 + 50
28 + 35 + 60
28 + 35 + 71
28 + 50 + 50
35 + 35 + 35
35 + 35 + 50
35 + 35 + 60
35 + 50 + 50
20 + 20 + 20 + 20
20 + 20 + 20 + 22
20 + 20 + 20 + 25
20 + 20 + 20 + 28
20 + 20 + 20 + 35
20 + 20 + 20 + 50
20 + 20 + 20 + 60
20 + 20 + 20 + 71
20 + 20 + 22 + 22
20 + 20 + 22 + 25
20 + 20 + 22 + 28
20 + 20 + 22 + 35
20 + 20 + 22 + 50
20 + 20 + 22 + 60
20 + 20 + 22 + 71
4
20 + 20 + 25 + 25
room
20 + 20 + 25 + 28
20 + 20 + 25 + 35
20 + 20 + 25 + 50
20 + 20 + 25 + 60
20 + 20 + 28 + 28
20 + 20 + 28 + 35
20 + 20 + 28 + 50
20 + 20 + 28 + 60
20 + 20 + 35 + 35
20 + 20 + 35 + 50
20 + 20 + 35 + 60
20 + 22 + 22 + 22
20 + 22 + 22 + 25
20 + 22 + 22 + 28
20 + 22 + 22 + 35
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Max.
Min. Standard
8.8
4.82
7.8
1.49
1.49
5.0
8.8
2.40
6.9
2.11
2.40
4.6
8.8
2.65
7.1
2.08
2.37
4.6
8.8
3.24
7.6
2.04
2.32
4.6
8.8
4.02
7.8
1.77
2.01
4.7
8.8
4.37
7.8
1.60
1.82
5.0
8.8
4.69
7.8
1.45
1.65
5.0
8.8
2.66
7.4
2.09
2.66
4.6
8.8
3.21
7.8
2.02
2.57
4.6
8.8
3.90
7.8
1.72
2.18
4.7
8.8
4.25
7.8
1.56
1.99
5.0
8.8
4.58
7.8
1.42
1.80
5.0
8.8
2.97
7.8
1.87
2.97
4.6
8.8
3.64
7.8
1.60
2.55
4.7
8.8
4.00
7.8
1.47
2.33
5.0
8.8
4.33
7.8
1.34
2.13
5.0
8.8
3.20
7.8
1.41
3.20
4.9
8.8
3.55
7.8
1.30
2.95
5.1
8.8
2.37
7.1
2.37
2.37
4.6
8.8
2.66
7.4
2.37
2.37
4.6
8.8
3.21
7.8
2.29
2.29
4.6
8.8
3.90
7.8
1.95
1.95
4.7
8.8
4.25
7.8
1.77
1.77
5.0
8.8
4.58
7.8
1.61
1.61
5.0
8.8
2.63
7.6
2.35
2.63
4.6
8.8
3.10
7.8
2.22
2.48
4.6
8.8
3.79
7.8
1.89
2.12
4.7
8.8
4.14
7.8
1.73
1.93
5.0
8.8
4.47
7.8
1.57
1.76
5.0
8.8
2.87
7.8
2.05
2.87
4.6
8.8
3.55
7.8
1.77
2.48
4.7
8.8
3.90
7.8
1.63
2.28
5.0
8.8
4.23
7.8
1.49
2.08
5.0
8.8
3.12
7.8
1.56
3.12
4.9
8.8
3.47
7.8
1.44
2.89
5.1
8.8
2.60
7.8
2.60
2.60
4.6
8.8
3.00
7.8
2.40
2.40
4.6
8.8
3.68
7.8
2.06
2.06
4.7
8.8
4.03
7.8
1.88
1.88
5.0
8.8
4.36
7.8
1.72
1.72
5.0
8.8
2.79
7.8
2.23
2.79
4.6
8.8
3.45
7.8
1.93
2.42
4.7
8.8
3.80
7.8
1.78
2.22
5.0
8.8
4.13
7.8
1.63
2.04
5.0
8.8
3.05
7.8
1.71
3.05
4.9
8.8
2.60
7.8
2.60
2.60
4.6
8.8
3.25
7.8
2.28
2.28
4.7
8.8
3.60
7.8
2.10
2.10
5.0
8.8
2.89
7.8
2.02
2.89
4.9
9.5
1.95
7.8
1.95
1.95
3.8
1.95
9.5
1.90
7.8
1.90
1.90
3.8
2.09
9.5
1.84
7.8
1.84
1.84
3.8
2.29
9.5
1.77
7.8
1.77
1.77
3.8
2.48
9.5
1.66
7.9
1.66
1.66
3.8
2.91
9.5
1.44
7.9
1.44
1.44
4.1
3.59
9.5
1.32
7.9
1.32
1.32
4.5
3.95
9.5
1.22
8.0
1.22
1.22
4.5
4.34
9.5
2.04
7.8
1.86
1.86
3.8
2.04
9.5
1.97
7.8
1.79
1.79
3.8
2.24
9.5
1.91
7.8
1.73
1.73
3.8
2.43
9.5
1.79
7.9
1.63
1.63
3.8
2.85
9.5
1.55
7.9
1.41
1.41
4.1
3.53
9.5
1.44
8.0
1.31
1.31
4.5
3.93
9.5
1.32
8.0
1.20
1.20
4.5
4.27
9.5
2.17
7.8
1.73
1.73
3.8
2.17
9.5
2.10
7.8
1.68
1.68
3.8
2.35
9.5
1.98
7.9
1.58
1.58
3.8
2.77
9.5
1.72
7.9
1.37
1.37
4.1
3.43
9.5
1.60
8.0
1.28
1.28
4.5
3.84
9.5
2.30
7.9
1.65
1.65
3.8
2.30
9.5
2.15
7.9
1.53
1.53
3.8
2.68
9.5
1.87
7.9
1.34
1.34
4.1
3.35
9.5
1.75
8.0
1.25
1.25
4.5
3.75
9.5
2.51
7.9
1.44
1.44
3.8
2.51
9.5
2.24
8.0
1.28
1.28
4.1
3.20
9.5
2.07
8.0
1.19
1.19
4.5
3.56
9.5
2.00
7.8
1.81
2.00
3.8
2.00
9.5
1.93
7.8
1.75
1.93
3.8
2.19
9.5
1.87
7.8
1.70
1.87
3.8
2.37
9.5
1.76
7.9
1.60
1.76
3.8
2.79
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23 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
820
630
630
630
700
820
820
630
630
700
820
820
630
700
820
820
780
890
630
630
630
700
820
820
630
630
700
820
820
630
700
820
820
780
890
630
630
700
820
820
630
700
820
820
780
630
700
820
780
890
890
890
890
890
970
1090
1090
890
890
890
890
970
1090
1090
890
890
890
970
1090
890
890
970
1090
890
970
1090
890
890
890
890
2380
1860
1960
2280
2380
2380
2380
2140
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
1960
2140
2380
2380
2380
2380
2280
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2380
2180
2180
2180
2180
2200
2200
2200
2220
2180
2180
2180
2200
2200
2220
2220
2180
2180
2200
2200
2220
2200
2200
2200
2220
2200
2220
2220
2180
2180
2180
2200
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
10.9
8.5
9.0
10.5
10.9
10.9
10.9
9.8
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
9.0
9.8
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.5
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.9
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.5
8.2
8.6
10.0
10.5
10.5
10.5
9.4
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
8.6
9.4
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.0
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
9.6
9.6
9.6
9.6
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.6
9.6
9.6
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.6
9.6
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.6
9.6
9.6
9.7
10.0
7.8
8.2
9.6
10.0
10.0
10.0
9.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
8.2
9.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
9.6
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.2
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.3
Model SCM80ZG-S
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
20 + 22 + 22 + 50
20 + 22 + 22 + 60
20 + 22 + 22 + 71
20 + 22 + 25 + 25
20 + 22 + 25 + 28
20 + 22 + 25 + 35
20 + 22 + 25 + 50
20 + 22 + 25 + 60
20 + 22 + 28 + 28
20 + 22 + 28 + 35
20 + 22 + 28 + 50
20 + 22 + 28 + 60
20 + 22 + 35 + 35
20 + 22 + 35 + 50
20 + 25 + 25 + 25
20 + 25 + 25 + 28
20 + 25 + 25 + 35
20 + 25 + 25 + 50
20 + 25 + 25 + 60
20 + 25 + 28 + 28
20 + 25 + 28 + 35
20 + 25 + 28 + 50
20 + 25 + 28 + 60
20 + 25 + 35 + 35
20 + 25 + 35 + 50
20 + 28 + 28 + 28
20 + 28 + 28 + 35
20 + 28 + 28 + 50
20 + 28 + 35 + 35
20 + 28 + 35 + 50
20 + 35 + 35 + 35
22 + 22 + 22 + 22
22 + 22 + 22 + 25
22 + 22 + 22 + 28
22 + 22 + 22 + 35
22 + 22 + 22 + 50
22 + 22 + 22 + 60
22 + 22 + 25 + 25
22 + 22 + 25 + 28
4
22 + 22 + 25 + 35
room 22 + 22 + 25 + 50
22 + 22 + 25 + 60
22 + 22 + 28 + 28
22 + 22 + 28 + 35
22 + 22 + 28 + 50
22 + 22 + 28 + 60
22 + 22 + 35 + 35
22 + 22 + 35 + 50
22 + 25 + 25 + 25
22 + 25 + 25 + 28
22 + 25 + 25 + 35
22 + 25 + 25 + 50
22 + 25 + 25 + 60
22 + 25 + 28 + 28
22 + 25 + 28 + 35
22 + 25 + 28 + 50
22 + 25 + 28 + 60
22 + 25 + 35 + 35
22 + 25 + 35 + 50
22 + 28 + 28 + 28
22 + 28 + 28 + 35
22 + 28 + 28 + 50
22 + 28 + 35 + 35
22 + 28 + 35 + 50
22 + 35 + 35 + 35
25 + 25 + 25 + 25
25 + 25 + 25 + 28
25 + 25 + 25 + 35
25 + 25 + 25 + 50
25 + 25 + 25 + 60
25 + 25 + 28 + 28
25 + 25 + 28 + 35
25 + 25 + 28 + 50
25 + 25 + 35 + 35
25 + 25 + 35 + 50
25 + 28 + 28 + 28
25 + 28 + 28 + 35
25 + 28 + 28 + 50
25 + 28 + 35 + 35
25 + 35 + 35 + 35
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Max.
Min. Standard
1.39
1.52
4.1
1.52
7.9
3.46
9.5
1.29
1.42
4.5
1.42
8.0
3.87
9.5
1.19
1.30
4.5
1.30
8.0
4.21
9.5
1.70
1.87
3.8
2.12
7.8
2.12
9.5
1.66
1.83
3.8
2.08
7.9
2.33
9.5
1.55
1.70
3.8
1.94
7.9
2.71
9.5
1.35
1.49
4.1
1.69
7.9
3.38
9.5
1.26
1.39
4.5
1.57
8.0
3.78
9.5
1.61
1.77
3.8
2.26
7.9
2.26
9.5
1.50
1.66
3.8
2.11
7.9
2.63
9.5
1.32
1.45
4.1
1.84
7.9
3.29
9.5
1.23
1.35
4.5
1.72
8.0
3.69
9.5
1.41
1.55
3.8
2.47
7.9
2.47
9.5
1.26
1.39
4.1
2.20
8.0
3.15
9.5
1.66
2.08
3.8
2.08
7.9
2.08
9.5
1.61
2.02
3.8
2.02
7.9
2.26
9.5
1.50
1.88
3.8
1.88
7.9
2.63
9.5
1.32
1.65
4.1
1.65
7.9
3.29
9.5
1.23
1.54
4.5
1.54
8.0
3.69
9.5
1.56
1.96
3.8
2.19
7.9
2.19
9.5
1.46
1.83
3.8
2.05
7.9
2.56
9.5
1.30
1.63
4.1
1.82
8.0
3.25
9.5
1.20
1.50
4.5
1.68
8.0
3.61
9.5
1.37
1.72
3.8
2.40
7.9
2.40
9.5
1.23
1.54
4.1
2.15
8.0
3.08
9.5
1.52
2.13
3.8
2.13
7.9
2.13
9.5
1.42
1.99
3.8
1.99
7.9
2.49
9.5
1.27
1.78
4.1
1.78
8.0
3.17
9.5
1.34
1.87
3.8
2.34
7.9
2.34
9.5
1.20
1.68
4.1
2.11
8.0
3.01
9.5
1.28
2.24
3.8
2.24
8.0
2.24
9.5
1.95
1.95
3.8
1.95
7.8
1.95
9.5
1.89
1.89
3.8
1.89
7.8
2.14
9.5
2.35
9.5
1.85
7.9
1.85
1.85
3.8
2.74
9.5
1.72
7.9
1.72
1.72
3.8
3.41
9.5
1.50
7.9
1.50
1.50
4.1
3.81
9.5
1.40
8.0
1.40
1.40
4.5
2.10
9.5
2.10
7.9
1.85
1.85
3.8
2.28
9.5
2.04
7.9
1.79
1.79
3.8
2.66
9.5
1.90
7.9
1.67
1.67
3.8
3.32
9.5
1.66
7.9
1.46
1.46
4.1
3.72
9.5
1.55
8.0
1.36
1.36
4.5
2.21
9.5
2.21
7.9
1.74
1.74
3.8
2.58
9.5
2.07
7.9
1.62
1.62
3.8
3.28
9.5
1.84
8.0
1.44
1.44
4.1
3.64
9.5
1.70
8.0
1.33
1.33
4.5
2.43
9.5
2.43
7.9
1.52
1.52
3.8
3.10
9.5
2.17
8.0
1.36
1.36
4.1
2.04
9.5
2.04
7.9
1.79
2.04
3.8
2.21
9.5
1.98
7.9
1.74
1.98
3.8
2.58
9.5
1.85
7.9
1.62
1.85
3.8
3.28
9.5
1.64
8.0
1.44
1.64
4.1
3.64
9.5
1.52
8.0
1.33
1.52
4.5
2.15
9.5
2.15
7.9
1.69
1.92
3.8
2.51
9.5
2.01
7.9
1.58
1.80
3.8
3.20
9.5
1.79
8.0
1.41
1.60
4.1
3.56
9.5
1.66
8.0
1.30
1.48
4.5
2.36
9.5
2.36
7.9
1.49
1.69
3.8
3.03
9.5
2.12
8.0
1.33
1.52
4.1
2.09
9.5
2.09
7.9
1.64
2.09
3.8
2.45
9.5
1.96
7.9
1.54
1.96
3.8
3.13
9.5
1.75
8.0
1.38
1.75
4.1
2.30
9.5
2.30
7.9
1.45
1.84
3.8
2.96
9.5
2.07
8.0
1.30
1.66
4.1
2.20
9.5
2.20
8.0
1.39
2.20
3.8
1.98
9.5
1.98
7.9
1.98
1.98
3.8
2.15
9.5
1.92
7.9
1.92
1.92
3.8
2.51
9.5
1.80
7.9
1.80
1.80
3.8
3.20
9.5
1.60
8.0
1.60
1.60
4.1
3.56
9.5
1.48
8.0
1.48
1.48
4.5
2.09
9.5
2.09
7.9
1.86
1.86
3.8
2.45
9.5
1.96
7.9
1.75
1.75
3.8
3.13
9.5
1.75
8.0
1.56
1.56
4.1
2.30
9.5
2.30
7.9
1.65
1.65
3.8
2.96
9.5
2.07
8.0
1.48
1.48
4.1
2.03
9.5
2.03
7.9
1.81
2.03
3.8
2.38
9.5
1.91
7.9
1.70
1.91
3.8
3.05
9.5
1.71
8.0
1.53
1.71
4.1
2.28
9.5
2.28
8.0
1.63
1.82
3.8
2.15
9.5
2.15
8.0
1.54
2.15
3.8
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24 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
970
1090
1090
890
890
890
970
1090
890
890
970
1090
890
970
890
890
890
970
1090
890
890
970
1090
890
970
890
890
970
890
970
890
890
890
890
890
970
1090
890
890
890
970
1090
890
890
970
1090
890
970
890
890
890
970
1090
890
890
970
1090
890
970
890
890
970
890
970
890
890
890
890
970
1090
890
890
970
890
970
890
890
970
890
890
2200
2220
2220
2180
2200
2200
2200
2220
2200
2200
2200
2220
2200
2220
2200
2200
2200
2200
2220
2200
2200
2220
2220
2200
2220
2200
2200
2220
2200
2220
2220
2180
2180
2200
2200
2200
2220
2200
2200
2200
2200
2220
2200
2200
2220
2220
2200
2220
2200
2200
2200
2220
2220
2200
2200
2220
2220
2200
2220
2200
2200
2220
2200
2220
2220
2200
2200
2200
2220
2220
2200
2200
2220
2200
2220
2200
2200
2220
2220
2220
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.2
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.6
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.6
9.6
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.2
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
Model SCM80ZG-S
(b) Cooling
Indoor unit
combination
28 + 28 + 28 + 28
28 + 28 + 28 + 35
4
28 + 28 + 28 + 50
room
28 + 28 + 35 + 35
28 + 35 + 35 + 35
Cooling capacity (kW)
Room cooling capacity (kW)
Total capacity (kW)
A room B room C room D room
Max.
Min. Standard
1.98
9.5
1.98
7.9
1.98
1.98
3.8
2.32
9.5
1.86
7.9
1.86
1.86
3.8
2.99
9.5
1.67
8.0
1.67
1.67
4.1
2.22
9.5
2.22
8.0
1.78
1.78
3.8
2.11
9.5
2.11
8.0
1.68
2.11
3.8
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25 -
Power consumption (W)
Standard current (A)
Min.
Standard
Max.
220V
230V
240V
890
890
970
890
890
2200
2200
2220
2220
2220
2990
2990
2990
2990
2990
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.2
10.2
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
2.2
Range of usage & limitations
Models
SCM40ZG-S SCM45ZG-S SCM48ZG-S SCM60ZG-S SCM80ZG-S
Item
Indoor intake air temperature
(Upper, lower limits)
Cooling
18 to 32°C
Heating
15 to 30°C
Outdoor air temperature
(Upper, lower limits)
Cooling
-15 to 43°C
Heating
-15 to 24°C
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination
Number of connected units
Total of indoor Units (class kW)
Total length for all rooms
1 to 2 units
5.7kW
2 to 3 units
7.0kW
8.5kW
Max. 30m
Power source
voltage
13.5kW
Max. 70m
Max. 25m
When indoor unit is above
outdoor unit (A)
15m
20m
When indoor unit is below
outdoor unit (B)
15m
20m
Max. 25m
Difference in height between indoor units (C)
Compressor
stop/start
frequency
11.0kW
Max. 40m
Length for one indoor unit
Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
units
※3 to 4 units
6 min or more (from stop to stop or from start to start)
1 cycle time
3 min or more
Stop time
Voltage fluctuation
Within ±10% of rated voltage
Voltage drop during start
Within ±15% of rated voltage
Interval unbalance
Within ±3% of rated voltage
※ Only combination of SKM60 + SKM60 and SKM60 + SKM71 (2 indoor units) to SCM80ZG-S can be abailable.
A
C
B
-
26 -
2.3
Exterior dimensions
(1) Indoor unit
Models SKM20ZG-S, 22ZG-S, 25ZG-S, 28ZG-S, 35ZG-S, 50ZG-S
Unit : mm
A
→
790
199
3
9
60
268
Piping hole right(left)
138
450
206.5
450
102.5
Terminal block
45
133.5
102.5
585
7.5
43.2
39.3
202
Pipng for Gas
53.5
ø9.52
( 20 ~ 5035 :: ø12.7
)
53.5
27
45
60
45
252.2
60
8.3
44.5
44.5
200
788
17.5
380.6
Pipng for Liquid 448.6 (ø6.35)
VIEW A
Drain hose 520 (ø16)
Piping hole (ø65)
Piping hole (ø65)
Models SKM60ZG-S, 71ZG-S
A
1098
248
3
9 48
318
Piping hole right (left)
Terminal block 55
Indoor unit
886
450
49.5
50
Installation board
50
25
4
19
1090
51.2
64
4
43.5
77
Piping for Gas (ø12.7) 633.5
Piping for Liquid (ø6.35) 703.5
Drain hose 772 (ø16)
Piping hole (ø65)
Piping hole (ø65)
55
53.5
55
7.7
44.5
47
221.5
25
106
299
8.5
349
44.5
301.8
106
VIEW A
-
27 -
Models STM25ZF-S, 35ZF-S, 50ZF-S, 60ZF-S
Celling opening 660 (For conventional celling)
Hanging bolt pitch 530
68
541
Hanging bolt pitch 530
350
319
PANEL
202
Air intake
413
700
Air outlet
Control box
43
Drain hose (accessory)
To be installed at site
B
D
Mark
570
243
104
Description
Model
E
A
35
45 or
more
197
137
93
196
250
C
25,35ZF-S
50,60ZF-S
A
Gas pipe connecting port
ø 9.52(Flare) ø 12.7(Flare)
B
Liquid pipe connecting port
ø 6.35(Flare)
C
Drain line tube connecting port
VP25*
D
Power intake
E
Hanging bolt
(M10 or M8)
*Please arrange VP25 connector sockets on the installer's part.
Hanging fixture
Models SRRM25ZF-S, 35ZF-S, 50ZF-S, 60ZF-S
740
670 (Suspension bolts pitch)
35
35
455
515 (Suspension bolts pitch)
30
325
255
455
Controller
Hanging bolt
(M8 × 4)
106
30
740
Description
Model
25,35ZF-S
50,60ZF-S
A Gas pipe connecting port ø9.52(Flare) ø12.7(Flare)
ø6.35(Flare)
B Liquid pipe connecting port
Mark
90
220
105
11
220
30
19
105
Terminal block
B
55
44
Air outlet
150
230
148
170
ø 4 × 8(Holes for tapping screws)
A
540
100
30
100
Drain hose
(Connection opening diameter ø16)
-
28 -
Air inlet
236
135
38
78
(2) Outdoor unit
Models SCM40ZG-S, 45ZG-S, 48ZG-S, 60ZG-S
Drain holes
286.4
Unit : mm
50
12
328
14
49.6
314
290
43.5
12
476
203.1
510
Elogated hole
(2-12X16)
136.9
Terminal block
124
Liquid line service
valve C Unit (ø6.35)
(48, 60 type only)
34.6
Gas line service
valve B Unit (ø9.52)
Liquid line service
valve A Unit (ø6.35)
20º
42.7
67.9
20º
100.3
Gas line service
valve C Unit (ø9.52)
(48, 60 type only)
Liquid line service
valve B Unit (ø6.35)
42.7
67.9
640
42.7
850
Gas line service
valve A Unit (ø9.52)
15
Ground
terminal
Model SCM80ZG-S
Drain holes
60
310
61
150
19
61
340
380
399
47.5
15
19
223
580
880
150
10
Liquid line service valve
valve C unit (ø6.35)
Gas line service valve
valve D unit (ø9.52)
Gas line service valve
valve C unit (ø9.52)
Liquid line service valve
valve B unit (ø6.35)
Liquid line service valve
Gas line service valve
valve B unit (ø9.52)
Gas line service valve
valve A unit (ø9.52)
24.1
110.4
52
52
52
52
52
52
750
52
185
Liquid line service valve
valve D unit (ø6.35)
-
29 -
valve A unit (ø6.35)
2.4
(ø9.52)
(ø9.52)
Indoor unit
4 way valve
Check joint
Muffler
-
Sensor
(ThO-D)
Discharge
30 -
Sensor
(ThI-R2)
Heat exchanger
Sensor
(ThO-C)
Suction
Sensor
(ThI-R1)
Accumlator
Compressor
Sensor
(ThO-R)
Strainer
Heat exchanger
Sensor
(ThI-A)
Liquid line
(ø6.35)
(ø6.35)
Electric
expansion valve
Service valve
(Liquid)
EEVA
Capillary tube
Accumlator
Capillary tube
EEVB
Piping system
Gas line
Sensor
(ThO-A)
Service valve
(Gas)
Model SCM40ZG-S
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor unit
Gas line
(ø9.52)
Sensor
(ThO-A)
Service valve
(Gas)
(ø9.52)
Indoor unit
4 way valve
Check joint
Muffler
-
Sensor
(ThO-D)
31 -
Sensor
(ThI-R2)
Discharge
Sensor
(ThI-R1)
Suction
Sensor
(ThO-C)
Heat exchanger
Compressor
Strainer
Heat exchanger
Sensor
(ThI-A)
Liquid line
(ø6.35)
(ø6.35)
Muffler
Receiver
Electric
expansion valve
Service valve
(Liquid)
EEVA
Capillary tube
Capillary tube
EEVB
Sensor
(ThO-R)
Models SCM45ZG-S
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor unit
Gas line
Service valve (Gas)
(ø9.52 )
Sensor
(ThO-A)
(ø9.52 )
(ø9.52 )
Sensor
(ThI-R2)
4way valve
Indoor Unit
Oil
separator
Heat exchanger
Heat exchanger
-
32 -
Sensor
(ThO-D) Discharge
Sensor
(ThO-R)
Suction
Compressor
Sensor
(ThI-R1)
Sensor
(ThI-A)
Service valve
(Liquid)
(ø6.35)
Sensor
(Tho-C)
Electronic
expansion valve
EEVA
Strainer
Liquid line
(ø6.35)
EEVB
(ø6.35)
EEVC
Capillary
tube
Muffler
Models SCM48ZG-S
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor Unit
Gas line
Service valve (Gas)
(ø9.52 or ø12.7)
Sensor
(ThO-A)
(ø9.52 or ø12.7)
(ø9.52 or ø12.7)
Sensor
(ThI-R2)
4way valve
Indoor Unit
Heat exchanger
Heat exchanger
-
Sensor
(ThO-D)
Muffler
33 -
Discharge
Sensor
(ThO-R)
Sensor
(Tho-C)
Compressor
Sensor
(ThI-R1)
Sensor
(ThI-A)
Suction
Service valve
(Liquid)
(ø6.35)
Accumlator
Electronic
expansion valve
EEVA
Receiver
Strainer
(ø6.35)
EEVB
(ø6.35)
EEVC
Liquid line
Capillary
tube
Gas line 20, 22, 25, 28, 35 type : ø9.52
50, 60 type
: ø12.7
Accumlator
Model SCM60ZG-S
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor Unit
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor Unit
(ø9.52 or ø12.7)
Service valve (Gas)
Heat exchanger
(ø9.52 or ø12.7)
Sensor
(ThO-A)
(ø9.52 or ø12.7)
Sensor
(ThI-R2)
4way valve
(ø9.52 or ø12.7)
Indoor Unit
Oil
separator
Heat
exchanger
Sensor
(ThO-C)
Sensor
(ThO-D)
Capillary tube
-
Discharge
34 -
Compressor
Sensor
(ThI-R1)
Suction
Accumlator
Electronic
Service valve
expansion valve
(Liquid)
EEVA
(ø6.35)
Strainer
Sensor
(ThI-A)
EEVB
(ø6.35)
EEVC
(ø6.35)
EEVD
Liquid line
(ø6.35)
Gas line 20, 22, 25, 28, 35 type : ø9.52
50, 60, 71 type
: ø12.7
Capillary
tube
Accumlator
Receiver
Sensor
(ThO-R)
Model SCM80ZG-S
Gas line
2.5
Selection chart
Correct the cooling and heating capacity in accordance with the conditions as follows. The net cooling and heating capacity can be
obtained in the following way.
Net capacity = Capacity shown on specification × Correction factors as follows.
(1) Coefficient of cooling and heating capacity in relation to temperatures
MUL
1.3
1.2
Cooling
Coefficient of cooling &
Heating capacity in
relation to temperature
1.1
1.0
Heating
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
43
˚CD. B.
Cooling operation
Outdoor air D.B.
temperature
Applicable range
40
35
30
25
20
26
24
Heating operation
Indoor air D.B.
temperature
˚ CD. B.
0
-5
-10
-15
Depends on installed situation
14
16
18
20
22
Indoor air W.B. temperature˚C W.B. ISO-T1 Standard Condition
30
25
20
15
10
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
ISO-T1 Standard Condition
15
Outdoor air W.B. temperature˚C W.B.
(2) Correction of cooling and heating capacity in relation to one way length of refrigerant piping
It is necessary to correct the cooling and heating capacity in relation to the one way piping length between the indoor and outdoor
units.
Piping length [m]
7
10
15
20
25
Cooling
1.0
0.99
0.975
0.965
0.95
Heating
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
(3) Correction relative to frosting on outdoor heat exchanger during heating
In additions to the foregoing corrections (1), (2) the heating capacity needs to be adjusted also with respect to the frosting on the
outdoor heat exchanger.
Air inlet temperature of
outdoor unit in ºCWB
-10
-9
-7
-5
-3
-1
1
3
5
Adjustment coefficient
0.95
0.94
0.93
0.91
0.88
0.86
0.87
0.92
1.00
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35 -
3
ELECTRICAL DATA
Meaning of marks
• Outdoor Unit
Symbol
CM
FMO
L
EEVA ~ D
20S
Parts name
Compressor motor
Fan motor
Reactor
Electronic expansion valve
4 way valve (coil)
Symbol
Tho-A
Tho-R
Tho-D
Tho-C
Parts name
Sensor (outdoor air temp.)
Sensor (outdoor H.X temp.)
Sensor (discharge pipe temp.)
Sensor (suction pipe temp.)
Parts name
Fan motor
Flap motor
Louver motor
Varistor
Fuse
Drain motor
Symbol
FS
Tr
ThI-A
ThI-R1
ThI-R2
Parts name
Float switch
Transformer
Sensor (room temp.)
Sensor (indoor H.X temp.)
Sensor (indoor H.X temp.)
• Indoor Unit
Symbol
FMI
SM
LM1, 2
ZNR
F
DM
3.1
Electrical wiring
(1) Indoor unit
Models SKM20ZG-S, 22ZG-S, 25ZG-S, 28ZG-S, 35ZG-S, 50ZG-S
TB
Y/G
RD
HEAT
EXCHANGER
WH
BL
YL
WH
BK
RD
FMI
6
5
4
3
1
BK
RD
N
52C-4
J
G
F
250V 3.15A
CNM
ZNR
PRINTED CIRCUIT
5
CNX
LM1
U
BOARD
5
LM2
CNY
CNE
CNG
8
2
CNF
2
2
ThI-R1
ThI-R2
DISPLAY
WIRELESS
R-AMP
ThI-A
BACK UP SW
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36 -
1
Color symbol
BK
Black
BL
Blue
RD
Red
White
WH
Yellow
YL
Y/G Yellow/Green
CNU
5
SM
Power line
(Outdoor unit)
Y/G
WH
BK
3
2/N
Models SKM60ZG-S, 71ZG-S
TB
Y/G
HEAT
EXCHANGER
RD
BK
RD
EXTERNAL
CONTROL
KIT
RD
FMI
BK
Y/G
WH
6
5
4 CNU
3
1
BK
YL
WH
WH
BL
S/N
R/L
G
J
F
ZNR
250V
3.15A
5
LM2
CNY
U
5
LM1
CNX
PRINTED CIRCUIT
BOARD
5
CNM
CNE
CNG
CNB
RD
WH
BK
SM
8
2
2
2
X Y Z
X Y Z
DISPLAY
ThI-A
WIRELESS
R-AMP
ThI-R1 ThI-R2
TERMINAL BLOCK
Wired remote control
(Optional parts)
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37 -
Power line
(Outdoor unit)
1
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Red
RD
White
WH
Yellow
YL
Y/G Yellow/Green
5
CNT
3
2/N
Models STM25ZF-S, 35ZF-S, 50ZF-S, 60ZF-S
SM
FMI
RD
BK
WH
YL
BL
Control
box
1 3 4 5 6
CNM
YL
DM
CNU
RD
WH
CNB BK
CNQ
S/N WH
ZNR
R/L BK
F
(250V 3.15A)
RD
J
Y/G
G
CNE
BK
WH
RD
Y/G
Display
Wireless
R-amp
Printed circuit
board
CNP
CNG
T2
T1
X Y Z X Y Z
BK
Black
Blue
Red
Yellow
White
Yellow/Green
BK
BK
BL
RD
YL
WH
Y/G
RD
Color symbol
BK
1 2/N 3
Power line
(Outdoor unit)
FS
Wired remote control
(Optional parts)
ThI-A ThI-R1 ThI-R2
Models SRRM25ZF-S, 35ZF-S, 50ZF-S, 60ZF-S
SM
FMI
Control
box
RD
BK
WH
YL
BL
(Optional parts)
CNM
DM
RD
RD
RD
WH
CNB BK
CNQ
(Optional
parts)
FS
1 3 4 5 6
CNU
S/N WH
ZNR
Printed circuit
board
R/L BK
F
(250V 3.15A)
J
RD
G Y/G
CNP
Tr
OR
BK
CNG
BK
CNE
BK
WH
RD
Y/G
CNC
T1
1 2/N 3
T2
X Y Z X Y Z
Display
Wireless
R-amp
ThI-A ThI-R1 ThI-R2
Power line
(Outdoor unit)
Color symbol
BK
BL
OR
RD
YL
WH
Y/G
Black
Blue
Orange
Red
Yellow
White
Yellow/Green
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38 -
Wired remote control
(Optional parts)
N
EARTH
T2
1
2
3
UNIT
A
-
T3
39 -
UNIT
B
1
2
3
Y/G
Y/G
AC.N
GR
BL
AC.L
PWB2 (POWER)
BL
AC.N
N-1
G3
BK
WH
RD
CNO
BK
WH
BR
CNP
P_1 N_1
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
CNG
CNH
G2
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
Red
RD
White
WH
Y/G Yellow/Green
CNB
20S
FMo
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
CNG
CNH
BK
PWB1 (MAIN)
LED E
ERROR
(Red)
CNT
OR
OR
RD
DC-P DC-N
Y/G
OR
OR
AF_L2
AF_L1
BK
WH
AC.L
GR
RD
L
F
250V 15A
BK L-1
BK
CNC
CND
CNJ
CNK
HEATER
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
CNI
L
CM
(2) Outdoor unit
T1
Models SCM40ZG-S, 45ZG-S
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
Model SCM48ZG-S
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
WH
N
EARTH
T2
Y/G
Y/G
L-1
N-1
BL
BL
-
40 -
BK
WH
RD
CNO
PWB2 (POWER)
AC.N
UNIT
B
1
2
3
BK
WH
BR
CNP
UNIT
C
1
2
3
BK
WH
BL
CNR
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
OR
OR
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
CNG
CNH
CNG
CNH
RD
BK
DC-P DC-N
G2
OR
OR
AF_L2
AF_L1
AC.L
P_1 N_1
1
2
3
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
Red
RD
White
WH
Y/G Yellow/Green
AC.N
GR
G3
UNIT
A
Y/G
AC.L
GR
BK
L
F
250V 15A
BK
BK
RD
T1
LED E
ERROR
(Red)
CNI
PWB1 (MAIN)
CNT
CNB
CNC
CND
CNJ
CNK
FMo
20S
HEATER
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
CNL
EEV
C
L
CM
Model SCM60ZG-S
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
WH
N
EARTH
T2
Y/G
Y/G
L-1
N-1
AC.L
AC.N
BL
BL
AC.N
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41 -
UNIT
A
CNO
UNIT
B
1
2
3
BK
WH
BR
CNP
UNIT
C
1
2
3
BK
WH
BL
CNR
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
OR
OR
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
CNG
CNH
CNG
CNH
RD
BK
DC-P DC-N
G2
OR
OR
AF_L2
AF_L1
PWB2 (POWER)
P_1 N_1
BK
WH
RD
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
Red
RD
White
WH
Y/G Yellow/Green
GR
G3
1
2
3
Y/G
AC.L
GR
BK
L
F
250V 20A
BK
BK
RD
T1
LED E
ERROR
(Red)
CNI
PWB1 (MAIN)
CNT
CNB
CNC
CND
CNJ
CNK
FMo
20S
HEATER
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
CNL
EEV
C
L
CM
T2
UNIT
A
T3
UNIT
B
-
42 -
T4
UNIT
C
T5
UNIT
D
1
2
3
EARTH
1
2
3
EARTH
1
2
3
EARTH
1
2
3
EARTH
BK
WH
RD
Y/G
BK
WH
BR
Y/G
BK
WH
BL
Y/G
BK
WH
YL
L-1
N-1
G3
AC.L
AC.N
GR
GR
BL
BL
AC.L
PWB2 (POWER)
AC.N
CNO
P_1 N_1
CNP
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
CNR
DC-P DC-N
CNS
G2
Y/G
OR
OR
OR
OR
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
AF_L2
AF_L1
CNG
CNH
CNG
CNH
RD
BK
BK
L
N
WH
EARTH Y/G
Y/G
RD
F
250V 20A
BK
BK
T1
CNI
PWB1 (MAIN)
LED E
ERROR
(Red)
CNT
CNB
CNC
FMo
20S
HEATER
CND
CNJ
CNK
CNL
CNM
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
EEV
C
EEV
D
Y/G
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
RD
Red
WH
White
Yellow
YL
Y/G Yellow/Green
L
CM
Model SCM80ZG-S
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
4
OUTLINE OF OPERATION CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER
4.1
Operation control function by remote control switch
Remote control
SKM model
S Operation section
FAN SPEED button
OPERATION MODE select button
Each time the button is pushed, the
indicator is switched over in turn.
Each time the button pushed, the
indicator is switched over in turn.
ON/OFF (luminous) button
HI POWER/ECONO button
Press for starting operation, press again
for stopping.
This button changes the HIGH POWER/
ECONOMY mode.
AIR FLOW (UP/DOWN) button
This button changes the air flow (up/down) mode.
TEMPERATURE button
This button sets the room temperature.
(This button changes the present time and
TIMER time.)
AIR FLOW (LEFT/RIGHT) button
This button changes the air flow (left/right) mode.
ON TIMER button
This button selects ON TIMER operation.
3D AUTO button
This button sets 3D AUTO operation.
SLEEP button
OFF TIMER button
This button selects to SLEEP operation.
This button selects OFF TIMER operation.
RESET switch
CLEAN switch
Switch for resetting microcomputer and
setting time.
This switch changes the CLEAN mode.
CANCEL button
• The above illustration shows all controls, but in practice
only the relevant parts are shown.
This button cancels the ON timer, OFF
timer, and SLEEP operation.
ALLERGEN CLEAR button
This button selects ALLERGEN CLEAR
operation.
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43 -
STM, SRRM model
S Operation section
FAN SPEED button
Each time the button is pushed, the
cator is switched over in turn.
OPERATION MODE select button
indi-
Each time the button is pushed, the
cator is switched over in turn.
indi-
ON/OFF button
HI POWER button
Press for starting operation, press again for
stopping.
This button changes the HIGH POWER
mode.
ECONO button
AIR FLOW button
This button changes the ECONOMY mode.
This button changes the flap mode. When
pressed, this button changes the mode in the
following order:
TEMPERATURE button
(Air scroll)
(Swing)
This button sets the room temperature.
(This button changes the present time and
TIMER time.)
(Flap stopped)
This button is not used for SRRM-ZF series.
(Air flow direction adjustment can not be
performed.)
CANCEL button
This button cancels the ON timer and OFF
timer.
ON TIMER button
This button selects ON TIMER operation.
RESERVE button
This button sets the present time and
TIMER time.
TIME switch
This switch for setting the clock.
RESET switch
Switch for resetting microcomputer.
OFF TIMER button
This button selects OFF TIMER operation.
• The above illustration shows all controls, but in practice
only the relevant parts are shown.
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44 -
Unit indlcation section
S SKM20~50 model
TIMER light (yellow)
HI POWER light (green)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
Illuminates during HIGH POWER operation.
RUN (HOT KEEP) light (green)
3D AUTO light (green)
• Illuminates during operation.
• Blinks at air flow stop due to the ‘HOT KEEP’
and ‘CLEAN operation’.
1.5 sec.
ON
HOT KEEP
OFF
0.5 sec.
3 sec.
Illuminates during 3D AUTO operation.
RUN
TIMER
ON / OFF
HI POWER
3D AUTO
ON
CLEAN operation
OFF
1 sec.
S SKM60·71 model
RUN (HOT KEEP) light (green)
HI POWER light (green)
• Illuminates during operation.
• Blinks at air flow stop due to the ‘HOT KEEP’
and ‘CLEAN operation’.
1.5 sec.
ON
HOT KEEP
OFF
0.5 sec.
3 sec.
Illuminates during HIGH POWER operation.
3D AUTO light (green)
Illuminates during 3D AUTO operation.
ON
CLEAN operation
OFF
1 sec.
TIMER light (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
S STM model
S SRRM model
RUN (HOT KEEP) light (green)
• Illuminates during operation.
• Blinks at air flow stop due to the ‘HOT KEEP’.
TIMER light (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
HI POWER light (green)
Illuminates during HIGH POWER operation.
ECONO light (orange)
Illuminates during ECONOMY operation.
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45 -
4.2
Unit ON/OFF button
When the remote control batteries become weak, or if the remote control is lost or malfunctioning, this button may be used to turn the
unit on and off.
(1) Operation
Push the button once to place the unit in the automatic mode. Push it once more to turn the unit off.
(2) 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
Room temperature setting
Operation mode
SKM 20 ~ 50
SKM 60 · 71
STM, SRRM
Cooling
About 24°C
About 24°C
About 24°C
Thermal dry
About 24°C
About 24°C
About 24°C
Heating
About 26°C
About 26°C
About 26°C
S SKM20~50 model
Fan speed
Flap
(SKM, STM only)
Timer switch
Auto
Auto
Continuous
S SKM60·71 model
Unit ON/OFF button
S SRRM model
S STM model
Unit ON/OFF button
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46 -
4.3
Drain motor forced operation functions (STM, SRRM only)
(1) Operation
• When the float switch detects drain water, please use the wireless remote control to set the operation mode to "heating",
set the temperature to 30°C, and set the timer to continuous operation.
• When the float switch detects drain water, press the TEST switch on wired remote control for 3 seconds.
(2) Detail of operation
Sets the decision speed to 0 rps, stops the indoor fan motor, and only lets the drain motor run for 5 minutes. After this operation
finishes, if the float switch detects drain water, it will display an error and stop operation.
(3) Reset condition
(a) When the drain motor has run for 5 minutes.
(b) Use the remote control to set the operation mode to heating, set the temperature to 30°C, and set the timer to something other
than continuous operation.
4.4
Power blackout auto restart function
(1) Power blackout auto restart function is that records the operational status of the air-conditioner immediately prior to it being
switched off by a power cut, and then automatically resumes operations at that point after the power has been restored.
(2) The following settings will be cancelled:
(a) Timer settings
(b) High-power operations
S SKM20~50 model
S SKM60·71, STM, SRRM model
Jumper wire (J12)
EXTERNAL INPUT
WIRED REMOCON
OPE PERMISSION
CUSTOM
AUTO RESTART
LO TEMP
DIRT PREVENT
Jumper wire (J7)
COOL ONLY
HI CEIL
PANEL
50/60
Notes (1) Power blackout auto restart function is set at on when the air-conditioner is shipped from the factory. Consult with your dealer if this function needs to
be switched off.
(2) When power failure ocurrs, the timer setting is cancelled. Once power is resumed, reset the timer.
(3) If the jumper wire (J12) “REMOTE/AUTO RESTART” is cut, auto restart is disabled. (SKM 20 ~ 50 model. See the diagram at above)
(4) If the jumper wire (J7) “AUTO RESTART” is cut, auto restart is disabled. (SKM 60 · 71, STM, SRRM model. See the diagram at above)
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4.5
Custom cord switching procedure
If two wireless remote controls are installed in one room, in order to prevent wrong operation due to mixed signals, please modify the
printed circuit board in the indoor unit’s control box and the remote control using the following procedure. Be sure to modify both
boards. If only one board is modified, receiving (and operation) cannot be done.
(1) Modifying the indoor unit’s printed circuit board
Take out the printed circuit board from the control box and cut off jumper wire (SKM20~50 model: J13 SKM60·71, STM, SRRM
model: J4) using wire cutters.
After cutting of the jumper wire, take measures to prevent contact with the other the lead wires, etc.
S SKM20~50 model
S SKM60·71, STM, SRRM model
Jumper wire (J13)
EXTERNAL INPUT
WIRED REMOCON
OPE PERMISSION
CUSTOM
AUTO RESTART
LO TEMP
DIRT PREVENT
Jumper wire (J4)
COOL ONLY
HI CEIL
PANEL
50/60
(2) Modifying the wireless remote control
(a) Remove the battery.
Cut
(b) Cut the jumper wire shown in the figure at right.
4.6
Determining the operating mode
The cooling and heating operating modes are the remote control switch mode that have been previously determined.
If a mode differing from these is selected after this, the selected mode will appear in the display of the remote control, but only the fan
will operate.
First operation
Example
Selected Mode Remote Control Display
Second operation
Operation
Selected Mode Remote Control Display
Operation
Notes
1
Cooling
Cooling
Cooling
Heating
Heating
Fan (1)
2
Heating
Heating
Heating
Cooling
Cooling
Fan
• Different mode is
only fan operation.
Heating
switch
ON
Fan
Heating
Note (1) If the display shows heating and the operation is
fan, Hot Keep will operate.
Example of operating pattern
A unit
B unit
Cooling
switch
ON
Cooling
Heating
switch
ON
Operation Operation
Fan
Cooling
switch
ON
Cooling
Operation Operation
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Heating
switch
ON
Operation
Heating
Note (1) [ ] indicates currect operation.
4.7
Flap and louver control (SKM, STM only)
S SKM model
Control the flap and louver by AIRFLOW
(UP/DOWN) and
(LEFT/RIGHT) button on the wireless remote control.
(1) Flap
Each time when you press the AIRFLOW
(UP/DOWN) button the mode changes as follows.
(Flap stopped)
(Swing)
• Angle of Flap from Horizontal
Remote control
display
COOL , DRY
Approx. 10˚
Approx. 20˚
Approx. 30˚
Approx. 45˚
Approx. 60˚
HEAT
Approx. 20˚
Approx. 35˚
Approx. 50˚
Approx. 60˚
Approx. 70˚
(2) Louver
Each time when you press the AIRFLOW
(LEFT/RIGHT) button the mode changes as follows.
(Louver stopped)
(Swing)
(Spot)
(Wide)
• Angle of Louver
Remote control
display
Center installation
Left Approx. 45˚ Left Approx. 20˚
Center
Right Approx. 20˚ Right Approx. 45˚
Right end installation Left Approx. 45˚ Left Approx. 30˚ Left Approx. 20˚
Left end installation Left Approx. 20˚
Center
Center
Right Approx. 20˚
Right Approx. 20˚ Right Approx. 30˚ Right Approx. 45˚
(3) Swing
(a) Swing flap
(b) Swing louver
Flap moves in upward and downward
Louver moves in left and right directions continuously.
directions continuously.
S In HEAT operation
S In COOL, DRY operation
S In HEAT operation
S In COOL, DRY operation
Approx.
10˚
Approx. 30˚
Approx. 60˚
Approx. 70˚
(4) Memory flap (Flap or Louver stopped)
When you press the AIRFLOW (UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT) button once while the flap or louver is operating, it stops swinging
at an angle. Since this angle is memorized in the microcomputer, the flap or louver will automatically be set at this angle when the
next operation is started.
(5) When not operating
The flap returns to the position of air flow directly below, when operation has stopped.
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S STM model
Control the flap by AIRFLOW button on the wireless remote control.
(1) Air scroll
The flap will be automatically set to the angle of air flow best to operation.
During cooling and
s dry operation
t
During heating
s operation
t
Stops at this position
for 5 seconds.
Stops at this position
for 5 seconds.
Thick line
: moves quickly
Thick line
: moves quickly
Thin line
: moves slowly
Thin line
: moves slowly
(2) Swing flap
Flap moves in upward and downward directions continuously.
(3) 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
HEAT
Horizontal
blowing
(4) When not operating
The flap closes, when operation has stopped.
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Slant forward
blowing
4.8
3D auto operation (SKM only)
Control the flap and louver by 3D AUTO button on the wireless remote control.
Air flow selection and air flow direction are automatically controlled, allowing the entire room to efficiently conditioned.
(1)
During Cooling and Heating (Including auto cooling and heating)
(a) Air flow selection is determined according to room temperature and setting temperature.
Operation mode
At cooling
At heating
Air flow selection
AUTO
Room temp. – Setting temp. >5˚C
Room temp. – Setting temp. ≤
_ 5˚C
HIGH POWER
AUTO
Setting temp. – Room temp. >5˚C
Setting temp. – Room temp. ≤
_ 5˚C
HIGH POWER
AUTO
HI
MED
LO
HI
MED
LO
(b) Air flow direction is controlled according to the room temperature and setting temperature.
1)
When 3D auto operation starts
Cooling
Flap
Louver
2)
Heating
Up/down Swing
Wide (fixed)
When Room temp. – Setting temp. is
Center (fixed)
5ºC during cooling and when Setting temp. – Room temp. is
5ºC during
heating, the system switches to the following air flow direction control. After the louver swings left and right
symmetrically for 3 cycles, control is switched to the control in 3).
Flap
Louver
3)
Cooling
Heating
Horizontal blowing (Fixed)
Slant forwardl blowing (Fixed)
Left/right Swing
After the flap swings for 5 cycles, control is switched to the control in 4).
Cooling
Flap
Louver
4)
For 5 minutes, the following air flow direction control is carried out.
Flap
Louver
5)
Heating
Up/down Swing
Center (Fixed)
Cooling
Horizontal blowing (Fixed)
Heating
Slant forwardl blowing (Fixed)
Wide (Fixed)
After 5 minutes have passed, the air flow direction is determined according to the room temperature and setting
temperature.
Air flow direction contorol
2˚C < Room temp. – Setting temp. ≤_ 5˚C
Control returns to the control in 2).
2˚C < Setting temp. – Room temp. ≤_ 5˚C
Control returns to the control in 2).
Operation mode
At cooling
At heating
(2)
Room temp. – Setting temp. ≤_ 2˚C
The control in 4) continues.
Setting temp. – Room temp. ≤_ 2˚C
The control in 4) continues.
During DRY Operation (including auto DRY operation)
Air flow selection
Flap
Louver
According to DRY operation.
Horizontal blowing (Fixed)
Wide (Fixed)
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Room temp. – Setting temp. > 5˚C
Control returns to the control in 1).
Setting temp. – Room temp. > 5˚C
Control returns to the control in 1).
4.9
Timer operation
(1) Comfortable timer setting (ON timer)
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 comfortable 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.
(2) Sleep timer operation (SKM only)
Pressing the SLEEP button causes the temperature to be controlled with respect to the set temperature.
(3) OFF timer operation
The Off timer can be set at a specific time (in 10-minute units) within a 24-hour period.
4.10 Installation location setting (SKM only)
When the indoor unit is installed at the end of a room, control the air flow direction so that it is not toward the side walls. If you set the
remote control’s installation position, keep it so that the air flow is within the range shown in the following figure.
(1) Setting
1
If the air conditioning unit is running, press the ON/OFF button to stop.
The installation location setting cannot be made while the unit is running.
2
Press the AIR FLOW
AIR FLOW
(UP/DOWN) button and the
(LEFT/RIGHT) button together for 5 seconds
or more.
The installation location display illuminates.
3
Setting the air-conditioning installation location.
Press the AIR FLOW
1, 4
(LEFT/RIGHT) button and adjust to the desired
location.
2
Each time the AIR FLOW
(LEFT/RIGHT) button is pressed, the
3
indicator is switched in the order of:
(Center Installation)
4
(Right End Installation)
(Left End Installation)
Press the ON/OFF button.
The air-conditioner's installation location is set.
Press within 60 seconds of setting the installation location (while the
installation location setting display illuminates).
Airflow range
(Left End Installation)
Airflow range
(Center Installation)
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Airflow range
(Right End Installation)
4.11 Outline of heating operation
(1) Summary
(a) Capacity control
Model
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
Capacity
2.2 ~ 5.2 kW
1.8 ~ 6.8 kW
1.4 ~ 7.1 kW
1.4 ~ 7.6 kW
0.8 ~ 9.6 kW
Capacity control is within the range shown above. If demand capacity of the indoor units exceeds the maximum capacity of the
outdoor unit, the demand capacity will be proportionally distributed.
(b) Outdoor unit speed control
Indoor unit command total speed value
0 rps
A rps or less
More than A rps, but B rps or less
More than B rps
Decision speed
0 rps
A rps
A rps to B rps
B rps
Values of A, B
Model
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
35 rps
90 rps
10 rps
110 rps
10 rps
118 rps
12 rps
95 rps
12 rps
95 rps
A
B
Note (1) The indoor unit command total speed value is the total of the values from each unit in item (2).
(2) Mode switching
Within the selected mode, the unit operates using the values shown below which were obtained by multiplying a conversion
coefficient to the indoor unit command speed.
(a) SCM40ZG-S, 45ZG-S, 48ZG-S
◆ SKM model
(rps)
Model
SKM20ZG-S
SKM22ZG-S
SKM25ZG-S
SKM28ZG-S
SKM35ZG-S
AUTO
12 ~ 76
12 ~ 81
12 ~ 88
12 ~ 93
12 ~ 105
HI
12 ~ 76
12 ~ 81
12 ~ 88
12 ~ 93
12 ~ 105
MED
12 ~ 55
12 ~ 61
12 ~ 66
12 ~ 72
12 ~ 79
LO
12 ~ 37
12 ~ 42
12 ~ 45
12 ~ 49
12 ~ 54
HI POWER
73
87
93
105
105
ECONO
12 ~ 55
12 ~ 61
12 ~ 66
12 ~ 72
12 ~ 79
STM25ZF-S
SRRM25ZF-S
STM35ZF-S
SRRM35ZF-S
AUTO
12 ~ 87
12 ~ 105
HI
12 ~ 87
12 ~ 105
MED
12 ~ 63
12 ~ 78
12 ~ 45
Fan speed
◆ STM, SRRM model
Model
Fan speed
(rps)
LO
12 ~ 37
HI POWER
87
105
ECONO
12 ~ 63
12 ~ 78
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(b) SCM60ZG-S
◆SKM model
(rps)
Model
SKM20ZG-S
SKM22ZG-S
SKM25ZG-S
SKM28ZG-S
SKM35ZG-S
AUTO
7 ~ 47
7 ~ 50
7 ~ 55
7 ~ 58
7 ~ 65
HI
7 ~ 47
7 ~ 50
7 ~ 55
7 ~ 58
7 ~ 65
MED
7 ~ 34
7 ~ 38
7 ~ 41
7 ~ 45
7 ~ 49
7 ~ 33
Fan speed
LO
7 ~ 23
7 ~ 26
7 ~ 28
7 ~ 31
HI POWER
46
54
58
65
65
ECONO
7 ~ 34
7 ~ 38
7 ~ 41
7 ~ 45
7 ~ 49
(rps)
Model
SKM50ZG-S
SKM60ZG-S
AUTO
9 ~ 71
12 ~ 88
HI
9 ~ 71
12 ~ 88
MED
9 ~ 55
12 ~ 64
LO
9 ~ 38
12 ~ 42
Fan speed
HI POWER
81
88
ECONO
9 ~ 55
12 ~ 64
◆STM, SRRM model
Model
(rps)
STM25ZF-S
SRRM25ZF-S
STM35ZF-S
SRRM35ZF-S
STM50ZF-S
SRRM50ZF-S
STM60ZF-S
SRRM60ZF-S
AUTO
7 ~ 54
7 ~ 65
9 ~ 75
9 ~ 81
HI
7 ~ 54
7 ~ 65
9 ~ 75
9 ~ 81
MED
7 ~ 39
7 ~ 48
9 ~ 53
9 ~ 60
LO
7 ~ 23
7 ~ 28
9 ~ 31
9 ~ 34
HI POWER
54
65
75
81
ECONO
7 ~ 39
7 ~ 48
9 ~ 53
9 ~ 60
Fan speed
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(c) SCM80ZG-S
◆SKM model
(rps)
Model
SKM20ZG-S
SKM22ZG-S
SKM25ZG-S
SKM28ZG-S
SKM35ZG-S
AUTO
7 ~ 47
7 ~ 50
7 ~ 55
7 ~ 58
7 ~ 65
HI
7 ~ 47
7 ~ 50
7 ~ 55
7 ~ 58
7 ~ 65
MED
7 ~ 34
7 ~ 38
7 ~ 41
7 ~ 45
7 ~ 49
7 ~ 33
Fan speed
LO
7 ~ 23
7 ~ 26
7 ~ 28
7 ~ 31
HI POWER
46
54
58
65
65
ECONO
7 ~ 34
7 ~ 38
7 ~ 41
7 ~ 45
7 ~ 49
(rps)
Model
SKM50ZG-S
SKM60ZG-S
SKM71ZG-S
AUTO
9 ~ 75
12 ~ 88
12 ~ 95
HI
9 ~ 75
12 ~ 88
12 ~ 95
MED
9 ~ 58
12 ~ 64
12 ~ 70
LO
9 ~ 40
12 ~ 42
12 ~ 46
Fan speed
HI POWER
85
88
95
ECONO
9 ~ 58
12 ~ 64
12 ~ 70
◆STM, SRRM model
Model
(rps)
STM25ZF-S
SRRM25ZF-S
STM35ZF-S
SRRM35ZF-S
STM50ZF-S
SRRM50ZF-S
STM60ZF-S
SRRM60ZF-S
AUTO
7 ~ 54
7 ~ 65
9 ~ 79
9 ~ 85
HI
7 ~ 54
7 ~ 65
9 ~ 79
9 ~ 85
MED
7 ~ 39
7 ~ 48
9 ~ 56
9 ~ 63
LO
7 ~ 23
7 ~ 28
9 ~ 32
9 ~ 36
HI POWER
54
65
79
85
ECONO
7 ~ 39
7 ~ 48
9 ~ 56
9 ~ 63
Fan speed
(3) Operation of major functional components in heating mode
Functional
components
Operation
Failure
(Outdoor unit)
Thermostat OFF
(All indoor units)
See preceding table
0
(All indoor units)
According to mode switching
Hot Keep
According to mode switching
Hot Keep
Automatic According to command speed
Hot Keep
According to command speed
Hot Keep
OFF
According to outdoor unit speed
OFF
Command speed
Indoor
unit fan
Fan, stop, abnormal stop
Thermostat OFF
(Some of indoor units) (Some of indoor units)
Cooling
Fixed
Outdoor unit fan
According to outdoor unit speed
Electronic
expansion valve
According to decision
speed
Compressor
0
(Thermostat off units)
0
(Fan, stop, abnormal stop units)
0
(All units)
According to stop mode According to heating stop unit control According to heating stop unit control According to stop mode
(Thermostat off units) (Fan, stop, abnormal stop units)
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
(4) Hot keep operation
If the hot keep operation is selected during the heating operation, the indoor fan is controlled based on the temperature of the
indoor unit heat exchanger (detected with ThI-R1)
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(5) Defrosting
(a) When the following conditions are met, the defrosting operation will start.
1) During normal operation
a) When 40 minutes has passed since the start of heating or 40 minutes after the last defrosting (based on cumulative
operation time of compressor).
b) When the outdoor heat exchanger sensor (Tho-R) temperature is –2 °C or less for 3 continuous minutes after 37
minutes have passed.
c) Outdoor temperature sensor (Tho-A) – outdoor heat exchanger sensor (Tho-R) temperature >
= 0.44 × outdoor temperature sensor (Tho-A) temperature + A °C
A = Outdoor temperature >
= – 2 °C: 4, outdoor temperature < – 2 °C: 6.
d) When the compressor is operating.
u Or, during heating, defrosting will start when the decision speed counts zero (0) rps for 10 times or more and all
conditions in a), b) and d) above and when the outdoor air temperature is 3°C or less have been satisfied.
2) During defrosting acceleration
a) When 40 minutes has passed since the last defrosting (based on cumulative operation time of compressor).
b) When the compressor is operating.
u Or, during heating, defrosting will start when the decision speed counts zero (0) rps for 10 times or more and all
conditions in a) and b) have been satisfied.
Note (1) Defrosting acceleration is when the finishing of the previous defrosting is according to the defrosting conditions of the 10 minutes that
have passed.
3) Conditions for finishing defrosting
When any of the following conditions is met, the defrosting finishing operation will start.
1 When the temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger sensor (Tho-R) is 20 °C or more.
2 When 10 minutes has passed after the start of defrosting.
3 When the temperature at the outdoor heat exchanger sensor (Tho-R) is 10 (18)°C or higher continuously for 2 (1)
minutes.
Note (1) Values in ( ) are for 40 and 80 type.
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4.12 Outline of cooling operation
(1) Summary
(a) Capacity control
Model
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
Capacity
1.9 ~ 5.0 kW
1.0 ~ 6.4 kW
1.1 ~ 6.9 kW
1.1 ~ 7.5 kW
1.8 ~ 9.5 kW
Capacity control is within the range shown above. If demand capacity of the indoor units exceeds the maximum capacity of the
outdoor unit, the demand capacity will be proportionally distributed.
(b) Outdoor unit speed control
Indoor unit command total speed value
0 rps
A rps or less
More than A rps, but B rps or less
More than B rps
Decision speed
0 rps
A rps
A rps to B rps
B rps
Values of A, B
Model
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
35 rps
85 rps
10 rps
110 rps
10 rps
118 rps
12 rps
95 rps
12 rps
95 rps
A
B
Note (1) The indoor unit command total speed value is the total of the values from each unit in item (2).
(2) Mode switching
Within the selected mode, the unit operates using the values shown below which were obtained by multiplying a conversion
coefficient to the indoor unit command speed.
(a) SCM40ZG-S, 45ZG-S, 48ZG-S
◆ SKM model
(rps)
Model
SKM20ZG-S
SKM22ZG-S
SKM25ZG-S
SKM28ZG-S
SKM35ZG-S
AUTO
12 ~ 43
12 ~ 49
12 ~ 54
12 ~ 60
12 ~ 78
HI
12 ~ 43
12 ~ 49
12 ~ 54
12 ~ 60
12 ~ 78
MED
12 ~ 34
12 ~ 39
12 ~ 43
12 ~ 48
12 ~ 60
LO
12 ~ 27
12 ~ 28
12 ~ 31
12 ~ 36
12 ~ 42
HI POWER
43
45
49
57
69
ECONO
12 ~ 34
12 ~ 39
12 ~ 43
12 ~ 48
12 ~ 60
STM25ZF-S
SRRM25ZF-S
STM35ZF-S
SRRM35ZF-S
AUTO
12 ~ 54
12 ~ 99 (12 ~ 90)
HI
12 ~ 54
12 ~ 99 (12 ~ 90)
MED
12 ~ 40
12 ~ 70
12 ~ 42
Fan speed
◆ STM, SRRM models
Model
Fan speed
(rps)
LO
12 ~ 27
HI POWER
54
90
ECONO
12 ~ 40
12 ~ 70
Note (1) Values in (
) are for type SRRM.
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(b) SCM60ZG-S
◆ SKM model
(rps)
Model
SKM20ZG-S
SKM22ZG-S
SKM25ZG-S
SKM28ZG-S
SKM35ZG-S
AUTO
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 31
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 37
7 ~ 48
HI
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 31
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 37
7 ~ 48
MED
7 ~ 21
7 ~ 24
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 30
7 ~ 37
LO
7 ~ 16
7 ~ 17
7 ~ 19
7 ~ 22
7 ~ 26
HI POWER
27
28
31
35
43
ECONO
7 ~ 21
7 ~ 24
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 30
7 ~ 37
Fan speed
(rps)
Model
SKM50ZG-S
SKM60ZG-S
AUTO
9 ~ 62
12 ~ 84
HI
9 ~ 62
12 ~ 84
MED
9 ~ 40
12 ~ 60
LO
9 ~ 26
12 ~ 38
Fan speed
HI POWER
58
84
ECONO
9 ~ 40
12 ~ 60
◆ STM, SRRM model
Model
(rps)
STM25ZF-S
SRRM25ZF-S
STM35ZF-S
SRRM35ZF-S
STM50ZF-S
SRRM50ZF-S
STM60ZF-S
SRRM60ZF-S
AUTO
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 62 (7 ~ 56)
9 ~ 75
9 ~ 81
HI
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 62 (7 ~ 56)
9 ~ 75
9 ~ 81
MED
7 ~ 25
7 ~ 44
9 ~ 53
9 ~ 60
LO
7 ~ 16
7 ~ 26
9 ~ 31
9 ~ 34
HI POWER
33
56
75
81
ECONO
7 ~ 25
7 ~ 44
9 ~ 53
9 ~ 60
Fan speed
Note (1) Values in (
) are for type SRRM.
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(c) SCM80ZG-S
◆ SKM model
(rps)
Model
SKM20ZG-S
SKM22ZG-S
SKM25ZG-S
SKM28ZG-S
SKM35ZG-S
AUTO
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 31
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 37
7 ~ 48
HI
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 31
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 37
7 ~ 48
MED
7 ~ 21
7 ~ 24
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 30
7 ~ 37
LO
7 ~ 16
7 ~ 17
7 ~ 19
7 ~ 22
7 ~ 26
HI POWER
27
28
31
35
43
ECONO
7 ~ 21
7 ~ 24
7 ~ 27
7 ~ 30
7 ~ 37
Fan speed
(rps)
Model
SKM50ZG-S
SKM60ZG-S
SKM71ZG-S
AUTO
9 ~ 65
12 ~ 84
12 ~ 95
HI
9 ~ 65
12 ~ 84
12 ~ 95
MED
9 ~ 42
12 ~ 60
12 ~ 68
LO
9 ~ 28
12 ~ 38
12 ~ 44
Fan speed
HI POWER
61
84
95
ECONO
9 ~ 42
12 ~ 60
12 ~ 68
◆ STM, SRRM model
Model
(rps)
STM25ZF-S
SRRM25ZF-S
STM35ZF-S
SRRM35ZF-S
STM50ZF-S
SRRM50ZF-S
STM60ZF-S
SRRM60ZF-S
AUTO
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 62 (7 ~ 56)
9 ~ 79
9 ~ 85
HI
7 ~ 33
7 ~ 62 (7 ~ 56)
9 ~ 79
9 ~ 85
MED
7 ~ 25
7 ~ 44
9 ~ 56
9 ~ 63
LO
7 ~ 16
7 ~ 26
9 ~ 32
9 ~ 36
HI POWER
33
56
79
85
ECONO
7 ~ 25
7 ~ 44
9 ~ 56
9 ~ 63
Fan speed
Note (1) Values in (
) are for type SRRM.
(3) Operation of major functional components in cooling mode
Functional
components
Operation
Command speed
Indoor
unit fan
Cooling
Thermostat OFF
(All indoor units)
See preceding table
0
(All indoor units)
Fixed
Thermostat OFF
Fan, stop, abnormal stop
(Some of indoor units) (Some of indoor units)
0
(Thermostat off units)
0
(All units)
According to mode switching
Automatic According to command speed According to mode switching
According to command speed
Outdoor unit fan
According to outdoor unit speed
Electronic
expansion valve
According to decision
speed
According to stop mode
All closed
(Thermostat off units)
ON
OFF
ON
Compressor
0
(Fan, stop, abnormal stop units)
Failure
(Outdoor unit)
OFF
-
According to outdoor unit speed
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OFF
All closed
According to stop mode
(Fan, stop, abnormal stop units)
ON
OFF
4.13 Outline of automatic operation
(1) Determination of operation mode
The unit checks the room temperature and the outdoor air temperature after operating the indoor and outdoor blowers for 20
seconds, determines the operation mode and the room temperature setting correction value, and then enters in the automatic
operation.
Cooling
27.5
25.5
Room temperature (°C)
Dehumidifying
19.5
Heating
30
18
Outdoor temperature (°C)
(2)
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.
(3)
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.
(4)
Setting temperature can be adjusted within the following range. There is the relationship as shown below between the signals of the
wireless remote control and the setting temperature.
◆ SKM20~50 model
Signals of wireless remote control (Display)
Setting
temperature
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
±0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
Cooling
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Dehumidifying
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Heating
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
±0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
Cooling
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Dehumidifying
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
28
29
30
Heating
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
±0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
Cooling
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Dehumidifying
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Heating
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
◆ SKM60·71 model
Signals of wireless remote control (Display)
Setting
temperature
◆ STM, SRRM model
Signals of wireless remote control (Display)
Setting
temperature
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4.14 Operation permission/prohibition control
The air conditioner operation is controlled by releasing the jumper wire (J3) on the indoor control board and inputting the external signal
into the CnT.
Note (1) Please install the separately-sold Interface kit (SC-BIK-E) for SKM models 20 - 50. Remove the jumper wire (J1 or J3)
from the Interface kit circuit board. (Refer to "7.1 Interface kit")
(1)
The operation mode is switched over between Permission and Prohibition by releasing the jumper wire (J3)
on the indoor control board.
When the jumper wire (J3) is released
When the jumper wire (J3) is short circuited
Normal operation is enable (when shipping)
Permission / Prohibition mode
When CnT input is set to ON, the operation starts and
When Cnt input is set to ON, the operation mode is
if the input is set to OFF, the operation stops.
changed to permission and if input is set to OFF the
For the CnT and remote control inputs, the input which
operation is prohibited.
is activated later has priority and can start and stop the
operation.
(2) When the CnT input is set to ON (Operation permission)
(a)
The air conditioner can be operated or stopped by the remote control signal.
(When the "CENTER" mode is set, the operation can be controlled only by the center input.)
(b)
When the CnT input is changed from OFF to ON, the air conditioner operation mode is changed depending on the status of
the jumper wire (J1) on the indoor control board.
When the jumper wire (J1) is released
When the jumper wire (J1) is short circuited
The signal (a) above starts the air conditioner.
When the CnT input is set to ON, the air conditioner
(Shipping status)
starts operation. After that, the operation of the air
conditioner depends on (a) above. (Local status)
(3) When the CnT input is set to OFF (Prohibition)
(a)
The air conditioner cannot be operated or stopped by the remote control signal.
(b)
The air conditioner operation is stopped when the CnT input is changed from ON to OFF.
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4.15 External control (remote display)/control of input signal
(1) External control (remote display) output
Following output connectors (CNT) are provided on the printed circuit board of indoor unit.
Note (1) Please install the separately-sold Interface kit (SC-BIK-E) for SKM models 20 - 50. The output connector (CNT) is
located on the circuit board of the Interface kit. (Refer to "7.1 Interface kit")
• Operation output: Power to engage DC 12V relay (provided by the customer) is outputted during operation.
• Heating output: Power to engage DC 12V relay (provided by the customer) is outputted during the heating operation.
• Compressor OPERATION output: Power to engage DC 12V relay (provided by the customer) is outputted while the compressor is operating.
• MALFUNCTION output: When any error occurs, the power to engage DC 12V relay (provided by the customer) is outputted.
(2) Control of input signal
Control of input signal (switch input, timer input) connectors (CNT) are provided on the control circuit board of indoor unit.
However, when the operation of air conditioner is under the Center Mode, the remote control by CnT is invalid.
(a) Level input
If the factory settings (Jumper wire J1 EXTERNAL INPUT on the PCB of indoor unit) are set, or “LEVEL INPUT” is
selected in the wired remote control’s indoor unit settings.
1) Input signal to CnT OFF → ON
2)
Air conditioner ON
Input signal to CnT ON → OFF
Air conditioner OFF
ON
ON
CnT Input
OFF
OFF
Unit
(CASE B)
*ON
*ON
ON
ON
Unit
(CASE A)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Note (1) The ON with the * mark indicates an
ON operation using the remote control
unit switch, etc.
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
(b) Pulse input
When Jumper wire J1 on the PCB of indoor unit is cut at the field or “PULSE INPUT” is selected in the wired remote
control’s indoor unit settings.
Input signal to CnT becomes valid at OFF → ON only and the motion of air conditioner [ON/OFF] is inverted.
ON
CnT Input
OFF
Unit
(CASE A)
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Unit
(CASE B)
ON
OFF
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4.16 Protective control function
(1) Frost prevention for indoor heat exchanger (During cooling or dehumidifying)
<I>
(a) Operating condition
After the indoor command speed is other than 0 rps for 9 minutes, when the indoor heat exchanger (ThI-R1) is 2°C or lower
for 1minute continuously.
(b) Detail of operation
1) The indoor command speed is minimum rps for 5 minutes.
2) After 1) above, if the indoor heat exchanger is 2°C or lower, the speed is 0 rps.
3) After 1) above, if the indoor heat exchanger is more than 2°C, it returns normal operation.
4) After 2) above, if the indoor heat exchanger is 7°C or higher, it runs for 5 minutes at half of indoor command speed, then
it returns normal operation.
( ) Indoor heat exchanger temp. (°C)
<II>
(a) Operating conditions (When all the conditions below are satisfied)
1 After the indoor command speed is other then 0 rps for 8 minutes, when the indoor heat exchanger (ThI-R1) is 5°C or
lower.
2 The indoor command speed is more than minimum rps.
(b) Detail of operation
1) When indoor heat exchanger is 5°C or lower, the indoor command speed is reduced by 4 rps at each 20 seconds. The lower
limit speed is minimum rps.
2) When the indoor heat exchanger is in the range of 5~7°C, if the command speed is been maintained and the operation has
continued for more than 20 seconds at same speed, it returns to the normal operation.
(c) Reset condition: When the indoor heat exchanger (ThI-R1) is 7°C or higher.
(2) Drain water overflow prevention function (STM, SRRM type only)
(a) Operation condition: Float switch detects drain water for more than 3 seconds.
(b) Detail of operation: Sets the indoor command speed to 0 rps, stops the indoor fan motor, and only lets the drain motor run
for 5 minutes. After this operation finishes, if the float switch detects drain water, it will display an
error and stop operation.
(c) Rest conditions: After the drain motor run for 5 minutes, the float switch cannot detect water.
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(3) Dew condensation prevention control for the cooling and dehumidifying operation
(STM, SRRM type only)
<I>
(a) Operation condition: During cooling or dehumidifying operation, 20 minutes elapsed after starting (with indoor command
speed something other than 0 rps), under the following conditions.
1) When the fan speed is set to “AUTO” or “HI”, or operation mode is set to “HI POWER”
(b) Detail of operation: The upper limit of the indoor command speed is set to the maximum number of revolutions at fan
speed “MED”.
(c) Rest conditions: Any one of the following conditions.
1) Fan speed set to anything other than “AUTO” or “HI”, or operation mode set to something other than “HI POWER”
2) 50 minutes elapsed after starting (with indoor command speed something other than 0 rps)
3) When indoor command speed is set to 0 rps
<II>
(a) Operation condition: During cooling or dehumidifying operation after starting (with indoor command speed set to something other than 0 rps), and all of the following conditions are satisfied.
1) When fan speed set to “AUTO” or “HI”, or operation mode to “HI POWER”.
2) When the indoor heat exchanger temp.(ThI-R1) rises 5˚C or more relative to the lowest temperature within the first 3
minutes of operation.
(b) Detail of operation: The upper limit of the indoor command speed is set to the maximum number of revolutions at fan
speed “MED”.
(c) Rest conditions: Any one of the following conditions.
1) Fan speed set to anything other than “AUTO” or “HI”, or operation mode set to anything other than “HI POWER”
2) 30 minutes elapsed after this command starts
3) Indoor command speed set to 0 rps
(4) High pressure control
(a) Purpose: Prevents abnormally high pressure operation during heating.
(b) Detector: Indoor unit heat exchanger sensor (ThI-R1)
(c) Detail of operation:
(Example) Fuzzy
8 rps(1)
After lapse of 20 Sec. or over (2)
8 rps
After lapse of 20 Sec. or over (2)
Lower limit (4)
After lapse of 20 Sec. or over (2)
0 rps
A
B
Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature (˚C)
C
Notes (1) When the indoor unit heat exchanger temperature is in the range of B~C °C, the indoor command speed is reduced by 8 rps at each 20 seconds.
When the temperature is C °C or over for 1 minute continuously, the compressor is stopped.
(2) When the indoor unit heat exchanger temperature is in the range of A~B °C, if the indoor command speed is been maintained and the operation has
continued for more than 20 seconds at the same speed, 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 speed.
(4) SKM20~35 type: 20 rps. SKM50 type: 35 rps. SKM60·71 type: 30 rps
STM·SRRM25~35 type: 20rps. STM·SRRM50~60 type: 35 rps
¡ Temperature list
Unit : °C
A
B
C
ThI-A <= 24
48.5
56
62
24 < ThI-A <= 27
47.5
53
61
27 < ThI-A
46.5
50
60
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(5) Freezing cycle system protective control
(a) Operating conditions: When both of following conditions have continued for more than 5 minutes later than 5 minutes
after the start of operation.
1) Indoor command speed is higher than 0 rps
2) During cooling, dehumidifying: Indoor heat exchanger temperature - Room temperature > –4°C
(b) Detail of operation
1) Indoor unit
The command speed is forced to operate at 16 rps.
2) Outdoor unit
For 5 minutes after the main controller starts, the outdoor unit speed is 12 (10) rps. After 5 minutes, the outdoor unit speed
is 64 (30) rps, up until 8 minutes of operation. After 8 minutes, the outdoor unit speed is 12 (10) rps, up until 13 minutes
of operation. After 13 minutes, the outdoor unit speed is 64 (30) rps, up until 16 minutes of operation.
(c) Restoration conditions: When the condition becomes either conditions shown below
During cooling, dehumidifying: ThI-R1 (8) – ThI-R1(5) <
= – 2°C, ThI-R1 (16) – ThI-R1(13) <
= – 2°C
Notes (1) ThI-R1(X): After this control starts, the indoor heat exchanger temperature after X minutes.
(2) This control is valid when the room air temperature is in the range of 10 to 40°C at cooling and dehumidification operation.
(3) Values in ( ) are SCM60, SCM80.
(6) Crankcase heater
(a) Operating conditions (When all the conditions below are satisfied)
1 After the operation mode is changed to stop and the decision speed becomes 0 rps continuously for 30 minutes.
2 When the temperature detected by the outdoor temperature sensor is 10°C or lower after the compressor stops.
(b) Detail of operation
The crankcase heater operates, warming up the compressor, then refrigerant begins circulating smoothly when the cooler
starts its heating operation, and heating begins.
(c) Restoration conditions
When the temperature detected by the outdoor temperature sensor reaches 12°C or higher, or the operation mode changes
from stop to cooling or heating.
(7) Inching prevention
When the compressor becomes to the thermo operation within 3 minutes since operation start or becomes dehumidifying operation, the operation is continued with the indoor command speed of minimum rps forcibly.
(8) Cooling overload protection control
During cooling operation, if the outdoor unit is operating at a decision speed other than 0 rps and the outdoor temperature is 39°C
(SCM40 type: 37°C) or more for 30 continuous seconds, current safe control is performed by turning the outdoor fan motor is
forcedly set on 6 th speed. Operation is restored when the outdoor temperature is 38°C (SCM40 type: 36°C) or less.
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(9) Cooling low outdoor temperature protective control
<I>
(a) Operating conditions: When the outdoor air temperature sensor (ThO-A) is 22°C or lower continues for 30 seconds while
decision speed is other than 0 rps.
(b) Detail of operation: The outdoor fan is controlled in accordance with the outdoor heat exchanger temperature.
(c) Reset conditions: When the either of the following conditions is satisfied
1 When the outdoor air temperature sensor (ThO-A) becomes 24°C or higher.
2 When the decision speed is 0 rps.
<II>
(a) Operating conditions: When the outdoor air temperature sensor (ThO-A) is 22°C or lower continues for 30 seconds while
decision speed is other than 0 rps.
(b) Detail of operation:
1 The lower limit of decision speed is set to B (or D) rps and even if the speed becomes lower than B (or D) rps, the
speed is kept to B (or D) rps. However, when the thermo becomes OFF, the speed is reduced to 0 rps.
2 The upper limit of decision speed is set to A (or C) rps, the speed is kept to A (or C) rps.
°
Values of A ~ D
Model
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
A
80 rps
70 rps
69 rps
60 rps
60 rps
B
35 rps
29 rps
46 rps
22 rps
20 rps
C
64 rps
64 rps
64 rps
50 rps
50 rps
D
60 rps
54 rps
54 rps
30 rps
30 rps
(c) Reset conditions: When the either of the following condition is satisfied
1 When the outdoor air temperature sensor (ThO-A) becomes 24°C or higher.
2 When the decision speed is 0rps.
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(10) Heating overload protection control
Indoor unit side
(a) Operating conditions: When the outdoor unit is heating at a decision speed other than 0 rps and the outdoor air temperature (detected by ThO-A) rose beyond 17°C for 2 minutes continuously.
(b) Detail of operation
1) Indoor fan speed is raised forcibly by 1 step.
2) Taking the upper limit of control speed, if the indoor command speed exceeds the upper limit, the upper limit value is
maintained.
(c) Reset conditions: When the outdoor air temperature drops below 16°C.
Outdoor unit side
During heating operation, if the outdoor unit is operating at a decision speed other than 0 rps and the outdoor temperature is
14°C (SCM40 type: 13°C) or more for 30 continuous seconds, current safe control is performed.
Operation is restored when the outdoor temperature is 12°C or less.
(11) Heating low temperature protection control
<I>
(a) Operating conditions: When the outdoor unit is heating at a decision speed other than 0 rps and the temperature of the
outdoor air sensor is 4°C or lower for 5 minutes continuously.
(b) Detail of condition: When the decision speed is lower than A rps, the decision speed is forcedly raised to A rps.
(c) Reset condition: When the temperature of the outdoor air sensor is higher than 6°C.
• Value of A
Model
A
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
35 rps
22 rps
22 rps
22 rps
20 rps
<II>
(a) Operating conditions: When the outdoor unit is heating at a decision speed other than 0 rps and the temperature of the
outdoor air sensor is 0°C (SCM45, 48 type: -2°C) or lower for 5 minutes continuously.
(b) Detail of condition: The outdoor fan speed is raised forcibly by 1 step.
(c) Reset condition: When the temperature of the outdoor air sensor is higher than 2°C (SCM45, 48 type: 0°C).
<III>
The compressor’s speed is controlled in accordance with the outdoor heat exchanger temperature and outdoor air temperature.
(12) Current safe control
(a) When converter in port current is detected at the current sensor (CT) and it exceeds the set amperage, the decision speed is
reduced. This is rechecked after one second and if it still exceeds the set amperage, the decision speed is reduced 2 rps.
(b) If the decision speed operated at A rps or less, the compressor is stopped. It is restarted after a 3 minute delay.
• Values of A
Model
A
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
35 rps
30 rps
30 rps
22 rps
20 rps
(13) Current cut
This detects converter output current at the shunt resistor and if it exceeds the set value, the compressor is stopped. It is restarted
after a 3 minute delay.
(14) Outdoor fan motor protection
If the outdoor fan motor has operated at 75rpm or under for more than 30 seconds, the inverter and fan motor are stopped.
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(15) Compressor overheat protection
The detection temperature of the discharge pipe sensor (Tho-D) is used to prevent oil deterioration and damage to the motor wire
due to overheating of the compressor.
>110 °C, the compressor is stopped. After the stop mode has been activated, the compressor will be
(a) If Tho-D becomes =
restarted when Tho-D becomes < 80 °C. However, if it is restarted repeatedly within an interval of 1 hour, it will not start on
the 3 times.
(b) When 90 °C <
= Tho-D < 110 °C, the following decision speed controls are performed.
Decision speed
6 minutes of more has passed (3)
Inverter
6 minutes of more has passed
4 rps (1)
(3)
6 minutes of more has passed (3)
4 rps or 2 rps (2)
Lower limit (4)
4 rps or 2 rps (2)
0 rps
80
90
110
Discharge pipe temperature (°C)
Notes (1) If the temperature of the discharge pipe is 90 °C or more and less than 110 °C, the decision speed is reduced by 4 rps.
(2) After 20 seconds, if the temperature of the discharge pipe has decreased, it is lowered 2 rps. If the temperature has risen or is the
same, it is lowered another 4 rps.
(3) If the temperature of the discharge pipe is 80 °C or more and less than 90 °C, the decision speed is maintained. If operation is
maintained at the same speed for 6 minutes or more or if the temperature is 80 °C or less, control is returned to normal operation.
(4)
Lower limit speed
40 ~ 48 type
35 rps
60 type
22 rps
80 type
20 rps
(16) Power transistor overheat protection
(a) Purpose: In order to prevent the power transistor overheating during operation, faulty controller operations, deterioration,
damage and so on occurs.
(b) Detail of operation:
1 Power transistor sensor temperature => 110°C
The compressor is stopped immediately. When the power transistor sensor temperature is less than 80°C, restart.
2 90°C <
= Power transistor sensor temperature < 110°C
The decision speed drops to 4 rps. After 20 seconds, the decision speed performs the following controls, according to the
power thansistor sensor temperature.
If the previous sensor temperature <
= current sensor temperature
reduce by 4rps
If the previous sensor temperature > current sensor temperature
reduce by 2rps
Lower limit speed
40 ~ 48 type
35 rps
60 type
22 rps
80 type
20 rps
3 80°C <
= Power transistor sensor temperature < 90°C
Maintain the decision speed. When the rotation speed is the same for 6 minutes, or when the power transistor sensor
temperature is less than 80°C. The speed is raised by 2rps and kept at that speed for 1 minute. This process is repeated until
the decision speed is reached.
(17) Serial transmission abnormality protection
If the compressor is operating with a decision speed other than 0 rps and a serial signal cannot be received from all indoor controls
with outdoor controls having serial signals other than “stop - 0 rps” continuously for 1 minute and 55 seconds, the compressor is
stopped.
After the compressor has been stopped, it will be restarted after the compressor start delay if a serial signal can be received again
from the indoor control.
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(18) Rotor lock
If the motor for the compressor does not turn 1/12 revolution 0.044 seconds after it has been started, it is determined that a rotor
lock has occurred and the compressor is stopped.
(19) Discharge pipe sensor disconnection protection control
(a) When the decision speed is other than 0 rps.
1) ThO-D(10)-ThO-D(0) < 8 °C, and ThO-D(10)-ThO-A(10) < 5 °C
The decision speed is set on A rps for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, the decision speed is set on B rps for 5 minutes.
2) ThO-D(20)-ThO-D(15) < 5 °C :
The decision speed is set on 0 rps.
(b) Once the unit is stopped by this function, it is not restarted.
Notes (1) Tho-D(X): After compressor operation, the discharge pipe sensor temperature after X minutes.
(2) Tho-A(X): After compressor operation, the outdoor air sensor temperature after X minutes.
• Values of A, B
Model
SCM40ZG-S
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
SCM80ZG-S
A
12 rps
12 rps
12 rps
10 rps
10 rps
B
64 rps
64 rps
64 rps
40 rps
40 rps
(20) Outdoor unit failure
This is a function for determining when there is trouble with the outdoor unit during air conditioning.
The compressor is stopped if any one of the following in item (a), (b) is satisfied. Once the unit is stopped by this function, it is not
restarted.
(a) When the input current is measured at 1 A or less for 3 continuous minutes or more.
(b) If the outdoor unit sends a 0 rps signal to the indoor unit 3 times or more within 20 minutes of the power being turned on.
(21) Regulation of outdoor air flow
(a) The fan operates as follows according to the decision speed. (Except during defrost.)
◆SCM40~60ZG-S
Cooling
Decision speed (rps)
Outdoor fan speed
Heating
40 type: Less than 50
40 type: 50 or more
40 type: Less than 60
40 type: 60 or more
45 type: Less than 55
45 type: 55 or more
45 type: Less than 70
45 type: 70 or more
48 type: Less than 70
48 type: 70 or more
48 type: Less than 70
48 type: 70 or more
60 type: Less than 40
60 type: 40or more
60 type: Less than 50
60 type: 50 or more
5th speed
6th speed
5th speed
6th speed
◆SCM80ZG-S
Cooling
Decision speed (rps)
Outdoor fan speed
Heating
Less than 26
More than 26
but 38 or less
More than 38
but 54 or less
54 or more
3rd speed
4th speed
5th speed
6th speed
Less than 26
More than 26
but 54 or less
More than 54
but 70 or less
70 or more
3rd speed
4th speed
5th speed
6th speed
(b) If the outdoor unit’s fan speed drops, the outdoor fan is run for 1 minute at that speed.
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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
¡ To disconnect the appliance from the mains supply this appliance must be connected to the mains by means of
a circuit breaker or a switch (use a recognized 25A) with a contact separation of at least 3mm.
¡ The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
¡ 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 (R410A) 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.
¡ In joining pipes, do not use conventional (R22) pipng flare nuts, etc. The use of conventional pipng materials may
lead to the rapture of piping due to higher pressure used for the refrigerant cycle and possible personal injury.
(Use only piping material designed specifically for R410A)
¡ If the power cord becomes damaged, ask your dealer or qualified enginner to install the replacement to avoid accidents.
¡ Beware of the Alminume fins, the Flare of pipes, Top screw, and etc. You could injure your fingers, etc.
¡ When working at high place, be careful not to drop tools.
CAUTION
¡ Execute proper grounding. Do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe, waterpipe, 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.
Not 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.
¡ Do not install an outdoor unit where rodents or other small animals are likely to inhabit.
Small animals entering the unit can cause a unit breakdown or an accident involving smoke
generation and/or ignition, if they touch electrical parts inside. Please ask the customer to keep
its surroundings clean.
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5.1
Installation of indoor unit
(1) Wall mounted type (SKM)
(a) Caution for installation
1) The system should be applied to places as households, residences and the like.
2) The equipment shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
3) The connection to the fixed wiring of the mains supply must be made via a double pole isolating switch with a contact
gap of at least 3mm in each pole.
4) When the outdoor unit has a possibility of being overturned or being displaced and fall from its original installation
position, the outdoor unit should be fixed in its position by the use of anchor bolts or wires.
(b) Installation of indoor unit
S SKM20~50 model
1) Fixing of installation Board
Look for the inside wall structures (Intersediate support or
pillar and firaly install the unit after level surface has been
checked.)
450
INSTALLATION SPACE (INDOOR UNIT)
(FRONT VIEW)
Unit : mm
65
39.3
43.2
Space
138
206.5
102.5
44.5
Adjustment of the installation board in the horizontal
direction is to be conducted with four screws in a temporary tightened state.
53.5
53.5
Piping for Gas 380.6
Piping for Liquid 448.6
Drain hose 520( 16)
Space * 15
for service
8.3
200
44.5
252.2
Mating mark for level surface
7.5 for service
Space for
Indoor unit
service
100
Installation board
450
202
133.5
450
102.5
585
Space for
service
50
Standard hole
Piping hole( 65)
Adjust so that board will be level by turning the board
with the standard hole as the center.
* Leave extra space on the right side to enable removal of the lid screw.
Fixing on concrete wall
Use of nut anchor
Use of bolt anchor
Bolt
(M6 × 12)
Mounting
board
Piping hole( 65)
Piping for Liguid (20~50type) : ø6.35
Piping for Gas (20~35type) : ø9.52
(50type) : ø12.7
S SKM60·71 model
Nut
(M6)
INSTALLATION SPACE (INDOOR UNIT)
Mounting
board
Max. 10
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(FRONT VIEW)
2) Drilling of holes and fixture of sleeve (Option parts)
¡The connecting wires may touch the metal inside the wall and cause danger so it is necessary to always use the sleeve.
Indoor side
Outdoor side
Sleeve
Sleeve
Pipe
Inclined plate
5°
ø65
¡ Drill a hole with a 65 whole
core drill.
Wall thickness + 1.5cm
Putty
Sealing plate
Assembled state
¡ When the pipe is connected at the rear, cut off the lower and the right
side portions of the sleeve collar (as shown by the broken line.)
3) Mounting of connecting wires
a) Open the air inlet panel. (SKM 60·71 model)
b) Remove the lid.
c) Remove the wiring clamp.
d) Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block.
S SKM20~50 model
Use cables for interconnection wiring to avoid loosening of the
wires.
CENELEC code for cables. Required field cables.
H05RNR4G1.5 (Example) or 245IEC57
H Harmonized cable type
05 300/500 volts
R Natural-and/or synth, rubber wire insulation
N Polychloroprene rubber conductors insulation
R Standed core
4or5 Number of conductors
G One conductor of the cable is the earth conductor
(yellow/green)
1.5 Section of copper wire (mm2)
Terminal block
Clamp
Screw *
Lid
*Leave space to allow removal of this screw after installation.
1 Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block.
S SKM60·71 model
If the wire is not affixed completely, contact will be poor,
and it is dangerous as the terminal block may heat up and
Terminal block
catch fire.
2 Take care not to confuse the terminal numbers for indoor
and outdoor connections.
Wiring Clamp
Lid
3 Affix the connection wire using the wiring clamp.
e) Fix the connecting wire by wiring clamp.
f) Attach the lid.
g) Close the air inlet panel. (SKM 60·71 model)
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4)
Installing the support of piping
[Shaping the piping]
Piping is possible in the rear,
left, left lear, left downward,
right or downward direction.
[Taping of the exterior]
Piping
Right
Drain hose
Rear
¡ Hold the bottom of the piping and fix direction before
stretching it and shaping it.
¡ Tape only the portion that goes through the wall.
Always tape the crossover wiring with the piping.
Downward
Left rear
Left
Left downward
[Matters of special notice when piping from left or center/rear of the unit.]
[Top View]
Left-hand-sided-piping
Piping in the left rear direction
Right-hand-sided-piping
Piping in the right rear direction
Piping in the right direction
Piping in the left direction
[Drain hose changing procedures]
1. Remove the drain hose. 2. Remove the drain cap.
¡Remove the drain hose, ¡Remove it with hand or
making it rotate.
pliers.
3. Insert the drain cap.
4. Connect the drain hose.
¡Insert the drain cap which was removed at ¡Insert the drain hose
procedure “2” securely using a hexagonal
securely, makingit rotate.
wrench, etc.
Note: Be careful that if it is
Note: Be careful that if it is not inserted
not inserted securely, water
securely, water leakage may occur.
leakage may occur.
Gutter
Since this air conditioner has been designed to collect dew drops
on the rear surface to the drain pan, do not attach the power
cord above the gutter.
Pipe accommodation section
Drainage
¡ Arrange the drain hose in a downward angle.
¡ Avoid the following drain piping.
Odor from
the gurtter
Higher than specified
The drain hose
tip is in water.
Weavy
The gap to the ground
is 5 cm or less.
The drain hose tip is in
the gutter.
¡ Pour water to the drain pan located under the heat exchanger, and ensure that the water is discharged outdoor.
¡ When the extended drain hose is indoor, always use a shield pipe (to be arranged by the user) and ensure it is thermally
insulated.
Shield pipe
Drain hose
When it is exposed indoor.
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Extended drain hose
5)
Fixing of indoor unit
Installation Steps
1 Pass the pipe through the hole
in the wall, and hook the upper part of the indoor unit to
the installation board.
2 Gently push the lower part to
secure the unit.
¡ How to remove the indoor unit from the installation board
1 Push up at the marked portion of the indoor unit base
lower latch, and slightly pull it toward you.
(both right and left hand sides)
(The indoor unit base lower latch can be removed from
the installation board)
2 Push up the indoor unit upward. So the indoor unit will
be removed from the installation board.
Lid
The marked portion of the
Indoor unit bese lower latch
(2) 4-way ceiling cassette type (STM)
(a)
Caution for installation
Install at location that meets the following conditons after getting approval from the customer.
1) Where cool air or hot air can easily pass through.
If the height of the location exceeds 3 m, hot air will gather in the ceiling. Suggest to the customer to also install a
circulator.
2) Where there are no wind disturbances to the suction inlet and blowing outlet, where the fire alarm will not be set off
erroneously, where no short circuits occur.
3) Where there is no obstructions to the air flow and where the cooled air can be evenly distributed.
4) A solid place where the unit or the wall will not vibrate.
5) A place where there will be enough space for servicing.
(Where space mentioned below can be secured)
6) Where wiring and the piping work will be easy to conduct.
7) The place where receiving part is not exposed to the direct rays of the sun or the strong rays of the street illumination.
8) When a sufficient interval cannot be secured between the unit and a wall or another unit, shut up diffusers on that side to
block winds and make sure that no short-circuiting is occurring.
(A wind blocking material is available as an optional part)
sDo not use the unit in the "Lo" wind mode, when winds are blown into two or three directions.
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Installation of indoor unit
1)
Installation dimensions
Ceiling opening 660 (For conventional ceiling)
Hanging bolt pitch 530
Unit: mm
68
150
541
319
Hanging bolt pitch 530
350
PANEL
Control box
Air outlet
450
202
570
243
104
93
A
B
C
D
E
250
196
C
35
45 or
more
Air intake
43
Mark
E
197
137
B
A
413
700
Drain hose(accessory)
To be installed at site
Inspection port
(For conventional ceiling)
450
Hanging fixture
Description
Model
25, 35ZF-S
50, 60ZF-S
ø9.52 (Flare) ø12.7 (Flare)
Gas tube connecting port
ø6.35 (Flare)
Liquid tube connecting port
Drain line tube connecting port
VP25*
Power intake
Hanging bolt
(M10 or M8)
* Please arrange VP25 connector sockets on the installer's part.
1000 or more
Installation Space (front view) (unit: mm)
2500 or more
(b)
1000 or more
Obstruction
2)
(mm)
Drilling of holes in the wall and fixture of sleeve
The instructions for installation is the same as the SKM type. Please refer to page 72.
3)
Preparations for the Main Frame
Mounting of interconnecting wires (Field wiring)
a) Remove the control lid.
b) Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block.
Use cables for interconnection wiring to avoid loosening of the wires.
CENELEC code for cables Required field cables.
H05RNR4G1.5 (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
4 Number of conductors
G One conductor of the cable is the earth conductor (yellow/green)
1.5 Section of copper wire (mm2)
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Clamp
Terminal block
Control Lid
1) Connect 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) Take care not to confuse the terminal numbers for indoor and outdoor connections.
3) Affix the connection wire using the wiring clamp.
c) Attach the control lid.
4)
Hanging the unit
Please arrange four sets of a hanging bolt (M10 or M8), a nut matching the bolt, a flat washer and a spring washer on the
installation site.
A . When hanging from the ceiling
Drainage
Refrigerant piping
a) When installing on a 2’ x 2’ grid ceiling, if necessary, please
Hanging bolt
Nut
detach the T bar temporarily before you install it. When
Main
unit
installing on a conventional ceiling, cut an installation opening
Washer
Spring washer
(660mm x 660mm) in the ceiling. When installing on a conventional
ceiling, cut an opening (Min 450 x 450) for inspection purposes.
b) Determine the positions of hanging bolts (530 x 530).
Level gauge
c) Use four hanging bolts, each fastened in such a manner that it can withstand pull force of 50kgf.
d) Make hanging bolts to the length that leaves approximately 45 mm of them above the ceiling. In hoisting the unit
main body in, temporarily fasten the four lower nuts of the hanging bolts approx. 93 mm from the ceiling and the
four upper nuts at positions sufficiently far from the lower nuts so that they may not hamper installation work when
the unit is hoisted in or the height is adjusted.
e) Put in the unit on an angle.
Control box
f) After hoisting in the unit , attach level gauges supplied as accessories and
T bar Ceiling
panel
determine the unit position (height). To adjust height, use the four lower nuts
with the four upper nuts left loose. Please make sure that the unit's four hanging
fixtures touch the four lower nuts and washers evenly without any play.
[For conventional ceiling]
[For 2' x 2' grid ceiling]
Attach it by
aligning it with this
side of a diffuser.
Use level gauges
as reference.
adjust the bottom
to the face of the
ceiling.
Attach it by
aligning it with this
side of a diffuser.
Correct
Main
unit
Touch the lower nut
and washer
without any play
Use level gauges
as reference.
adjust the bottom
to the face of the
ceiling.
Diffuser
T-bar
Ceiling panel
Incorrect
Diffuser
Level gauge
(insulation)
Ceiling
panel
Level gauge
(insulation)
Main
unit
Play is left between the
fixture and the lower
nut and washer
Use level gauges as reference.
adjust the bottom to the face
of the indoor unit.
Diffuser
Level gauge
(insulation)
Ceiling panel
T-bar
When the ceiling panel comes below the T bar, align the botom
of the level gauges to the lower face of the ceiling panel.
g) Please make sure that the unit main body is installed levelly. Level must be checked with
the level gauge or a clear hose filled with water. (A tolerable height difference at an
Indoor unit
hose
end of the unit is within 3 mm)
h) After you have adjusted the height and level of the unit, fasten the four upper nuts to fix the unit.
Notes • Do not adjust the height with the upper nuts. It may cause deformation due to excessive force working on the
unit main body, which can result in such problems that you cannot attach the panel or noises are generated
from the interfering fan.
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B. When embedded into ceiling
1. Determine the positions of hanging bolts (530 × 530).
The pitch center of a hanging bolt must accord with the center of the unit.
2. Use four hanging bolts, each fastened in such a manner that it can withstand pull force of 50kgf.
3. Fix the unit as per A-e ~ g previous page.
Notes • When a hanging bolt exceeds 1.3 m in length, use an M10 bolt and give it reinforcements such as braces.
5)
Drainage
¡
Glue the drain hose supplied as an accessory and a VP-25 joint before lifting
Pipe cover (large)
(For insulation)
(Accessory)
the unit.
¡
The drain hose is to provide a buffer to absorb a slight dislocation of the unit or
Joint for VP-25
(not included)
Main
frame
the drain piping during installation work. If it is subject to abuse such as being
bent or pulled deliberately, it may break, which will result in a water leak.
¡
Care must be taken so as not to allow an adhesive to run into the drain hose.
When it is hardened, it can cause a breakage of a flexible part, if the flexible
Drain hose
VP-25
(accessory) Adhesion (not included)
Clamp (accessory)
Drain socket No adhesive allowed Pipe cover (For insulation)
(not included)
Pipe cover (small)
(For insulation) (Accessory)
part receives stress.
¡
¡
Use VP-25 general-purpose hard PVC pipes for drain piping.
Insert the drain hose supplied as an accessory (soft PVC end) to the stepped
part of the unit's drain socket and then fasten it with the clamp also supplied as
an accessory.
<Adhesive must not be used>
¡
Glue a VP-25 joint (to be procured locally) to join it with the drain hose (hard
PVC end) and then glue a VP-25 (to be procured locally) to the joint.
¡
Drain socket Stepped part
Drain hose
Give the drain piping a descending grade (1/50 - 1/100) and never create a
bump to go over or a trap.
¡
In connecting drain pipes, care must be taken so as not to apply force to the
unit side piping and fix the pipe at a point as close to the unit as possible.
¡
¡
1.5m ~ 2m
When drain piping is implemented for more than one unit, provide a collecting
main about 100 mm below the units' drain outlets from which it collects drain.
Use a VP-30 or larger pipe for a collecting main.
¡
bearer
Do not create an air vent under any circumstances.
Insulation material
Descending slope
greater than 1/100
Do not fail to provide heat insulation at the following two points because they
can cause dew condensation and a resultant water leak.
No bump
• Drain socket
Air vent
No trap
Not touching the water
After a drain test is completed, apply a pipe cover (small: accessory) onto the
drain socket, cover the pipe cover (small), the clamp and part of the drain
hose with a pipe cover (large: accessory) and wrap it with a tape completely
without leaving any gaps.
Trapped air will generate noises.
(Cut pipe covers into appropriate shapes)
• Hard PVC pipes laid indoor
¡
Since a drain pipe outlet can be raised up to 60 cm from the ceiling, use elbows, etc. to install drain pipes, if there are obstacles preventing normal drain
cause an overflow due to a back flow of drain upon stoppage, so arrange piping
to keep the dimensions specified in the illustration shown on the right.
¡
Install the drain pipe outlet where no odor is likely to be generated.
¡
Do not lead the drain pipe into a ditch where the generation of harmful gas
such as sulfuric gas or flammable gas is expected. A failure to observe this
instruction may cause such harmful or flammable gas to flow into the room.
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295 ~ 325mm
Drain hose
Less than 100mm
Less than 600mm
pipe arrangement. When the drain pipe is raised at a point far from a unit, it can
Joint for VP-25
(not included)
C. Attaching the panel
1)
<Accessory items>
(It is attached to the panel.)
1
Hook
1 piece
2
Chain
2 pieces
3
Bolt
4 pieces
For hoisting the panel
4
Screw
1 piece
For attaching a hook
5
Screw
2 pieces
For attaching a chain
For fixing temporarily
a) Make sure that the unit main body is positioned at the correct height and the opening on the ceiling is made to the
correct dimensions with the level gauge supplied with the main body.
Remove the level gauge before you attach the panel.
b) Screw in two bolts out of the four supplied with the panel by about slightly less than 5mm.( markAB)[Figure 1].
c) Attach the hook supplied with the panel to the main body with the hook fixing screw(1 screw).[figure 2]
d) Open the intake grille.
e) Please remove the screw of a corner panel and remove a corner panel.(four places) [Figure 3]
Control box
Drain hose side
Corner panel
Piping side
[Figure 2]
[Figure 3]
[Figure 1]
f) A panel is hooked on two bolts (¡markAB).[figure 4]
g) Please rotate a hook, put in the slot
on the panel, and carry out fixing
the panel temporarily.[Figure 5]
[Figure 5]
[Figure 4]
h) Tighten the two bolts used for fixing the panel temporarily and the other two.
i) Please open the lid of a control box.
j) Please connect a louver motor connector and Display connector. [ Figure 6]
Display connector
Louver motor connector
Louver motor wiring
Display wiring
[Figure 6]
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Screw
k) Attach two chains to the intake grille with two screws. [ Figure 7]
l) Replace the corner panels. Please also close a chain with a screw together then.
m) Close the intake grille.
Chain
Chain
[Figure 7]
(3) Ducted type (SRRM)
(a)
Caution for installation
Install the unit with the customer's consent at location that meets the following conditions.
1) Where there are no barriers to the breeze, and where cool/hot air may diffuse throughout the room.
2) A firm location that may sustain the weight of the unit, and do not cause the unit or the ceiling to vibrate.
3) A location that allows room for maintenance.
4) Where wiring and plumbing may be performed with ease.
5) Where water may be drained easily.
6) Where the unit is not influenced by the television, stereo, radio, or the lights.
7) Where the unit is not influenced by high frequency equipment and wiring equipment.
8) Where oil splashes do not occur frequently.
9) Where sunlight and strong lights do not directly hit the receiver.
10) A flat ceiling surface (bottom of ceiling).
(b) Installation of indoor unit
1) Installation dimensions
Front
35
455
106
38
Gas side pipes
230
150
455
515
Hanging bolt pitch
11
740
236
Drain hose
135 78 Liquid side pipes
(Connection opening diameter ø16)
30
Plan
Side
30
740
670
Hanging bolt pitch
30
35
2) Drilling of holes in the wall and fixture of sleeve
The instructions for installation is the same as the SKM type. Please refer to page 72.
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3) Preparations for the Main Frame
Mounting of interconnecting wires (Field wiring)
a) Remove the control lid.
b) Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block.
Control lid
Use cables for interconnection wiring to avoid loosening of the wires.
CENELEC code for cables Required field cables.
H05RNR4G1.5 (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
4 Number of conductors
G One conductor of the cable is the earth conductor (yellow/green)
1.5 Section of copper wire (mm2)
1) Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block.
Clamp
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) Take care not to confuse the terminal numbers for indoor and outdoor connections.
3) Affix the connection wire using the wiring clamp.
c) Attach the control lid.
4) Securing the Ceiling Hanging Bolts
If steel embedded ceiling
If wooden ceiling
Inserts
Holes for ceiling hanging bolts
Holed anchor
Holed plug
Concrete
Hanging bolts M8
Clamps
Beams
Square bars for hanging
the air conditioner
• Secure the ceiling hanging
bolts firmly following the
illustrations and other
instructions.
5) About the filter guide
When option parts Rear inlet filter set ( RBF 12)
and Bottom air inlet grille set (RTS 12) are used,
please remove the filter guide.
Filter guide
Air filter
Unit main body
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6) Installing the Main Unit
7) Securing the Wireless Receiver
• Attach the washers and nuts to the ceiling hanging
bolts.
• Attach the hanging tool to the above nuts,
and tighten the nuts.
M8 hanging bolt
Flat head
machine screw
M8 nut
Wireless receiver
Installation frame
M8 large washer (standard accessory)
• With a(–)screwdriver, secure the installation frame to
Main frame
M8 large washer (standard accessory)
M8 spring lock washer
the grooves on either sides of the wireless receiver.
• Refer to the installation instructions for each sepa-
M8 nut
rately sold part, regarding the installing location of
• If it is not leveled, the float switch may malfunction
the wireless receiver.
or may not start.
8) Connecting the Drain Hose
Tapping screw
Opposite
slope
NOTE
Bumps
Traps
Drain hose
Conduct the installation correctly,
and ensure that the water is
draining correctly. It may lead to
water leaks.
Clamp
• Insert the drain hose as far as possible through the lower section of the side of the unit, and secure it with clamps.
• The drain hose should be set in a downward slope (over 1/100), and it should not have any bumps or traps along its route.
• When you are obliged to route the drain hose with a trap in its way or in an ascending gradient, please use an option part
Drain up kit(RDU12E).
• The indoor drain hose must be insulated.
5.2 Installation of remote control
(1) Mounting method of battery
Uncover the remote control switch, and mount the batteries [R03 (AAA, Micro), × 2 pieces]
Battery
in the body regularly.
(Fit the poles with the indication marks, + & - without fail)
Cover
(2) Fixing to pillar or wall
(a)
Conventionally, operate the remote control switch by holding in your hand.
(b)
In the case of stationary operation service as by mounting on the holder for the
Holder (remote control)
remote control switch, make sure that the locating place is satisfactory for access
service before installing it.
(c)
Avoid installing it on a clay wall etc.
Remote control
Wood screw
ø3.5 × 16
Adjust the installation to vertical attitude.
Avoid projecting the screw head.
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5.3
Installation of outdoor unit
(1) Selection of installation location
(Please install with the customer’s consent in a location that follows the conditions listed below.)
(a)
Where the following installation space is available, and where air does not gather.
(b)
Where rain and sunlight do not directly hit the unit, and where there is enough air circulation.
(c)
Also, where the unit cannot be buried by snow.
A location which can sustain the weight of the unit, and where noises and vibrations are not enhanced.
(d)
Where blasts of cold or hot air and noise do not bother the neighbors.
(e)
Where the unit does not receive heat radiation from other heat sources.
(f)
Where there are no obstructions (animals, plants, etc.) to the suction inlet and blowing outlet.
(g)
Where water may drain out.
(h)
Please avoid the following locations.
1) Where there is constant exposure to harsh winds such as the top floors of a building. Also, locations with exposure to
salty air.
2) Where there are oil splashes, vapor, and smoke.
3) Where there are possibilities of flammable gas leaks.
(i)
Do not install the unit near the seaside, or where there is possibillty of chlorine gas generation.
(j)
Installation space (on a flat surface)
Unit : mm
600
Air inlet
Air
Outlet
)
(
No obstacles
(Service space
for electrical
parts)
100
(k)
Notes (1) Blowing out port and suction port on the back side of the unit can be
installed at a distance of 10cm from walls.
In case the barrier is 1.2m or above in height, or is overhead, the
sufficient space between the unit and wall shall be secured.
(2) When the unit is installed, the space of the following dimension and
above shall be secured.
100
Air inlet
In heating operation, snow deposit on the heat-exchanger of outdoor unit must be
Snow hood
prevented for keeping the normal performance capacity.
1) Snow-hood on outdoor unit as in drawing, will reduce the frequency of defrost operation.
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.
2) Design the base higher than possible snow deposit.
Height:
Must be over
the possible
snow deposit
height
(2) 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.
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5.4
Electrical wiring
unit A
unit B
unit C
unit D
Outdoor
unit
Circuit
breaker
Earth
leakage
breaker
Indoor
unit
unit A
unit B
unit C
unit D
(1) Connection of the power lines
(a)
This multi-type room air conditioner receives its power from outside.
(b)
It is necessary to use a single phase 220/230/240 V 50 Hz for the power supply.
(c)
An earth leakage breaker and a circuit breaker must be installed.
Their capacities are 25A.
(d)
Use the power supply wires specified below. Different wires may cause heat generation and fire. Do not to use unspecified
wires.
Never bundle, wind or treat the power wires. Otherwise, heat or fire may be generated.
Use cables for power supply wiring to avoid loosening of the wires.
CENELEC code for cables Required field cables.
H05RNR3G4.0 (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
3
Number of conductors
G
One conductor of the cable is the earth conductor (yellow/green)
4.0 Section of copper wire (mm2)
[POWER SUPPLY CODE]
CENELEC code for cables required field cables.
H05RNR3G4.0
(e)
After connecting the power supply wires, make sure to secure the wires with wiring clamps.
(2) Connecting the outside/inside crossover wires
(a)
Ensure that crossover wiring is matched with crossover piping in A, B, C and D rooms.
(b)
Use the crossover wires specified below. Different wires may cause heat generation and fire. Do not to use unspecified wires.
[INTERCONNECTING WIRING CODE]
CENELEC code for cables required field cables.
H05RNR4G1.5
(c)
Make sure the terminal numbers on the terminal board of the indoor and outdoor connections are correct.
(d)
After connecting the crossover wires to the terminal board, use wiring clamps to secure the wiring.
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5.5
Refrigerant Piping
(1) Limit
The maximum permissible length of the refrigerant pipes for the outdoor units, and the maximum permissible height difference for
the outdoor units are as shown below.
SCM40ZG-S
Length for one indoor unit
Total length for all rooms
When indoor unit is above outdoor unit (A)
Difference in
height between When indoor unit below outdoor unit (B)
indoor and
outdoor unit
Difference in height between indoor units (C)
Length of chargeless refrigerant pipe*
SCM45ZG-S
SCM48ZG-S
SCM60ZG-S
Max. 25m
Max. 40m
Max. 30m
15m
15m
30m
Max. 25m
40m
20m
SCM80ZG-S
Max. 70m
20m
20m
30m
40m
* If the total length for all the rooms exceeds the length of chargeless refrigerant pipe, additionally charge with refrigerant according the item 4.
A
C
B
¡ The diameter of the refrigerant pipe:
Class of indoor unit (kW)
Liquid side
Gas side
Diameter of joint pipe
2.0 · 2.2 · 2.5 · 2.8 · 3.5kW
5.0 · 6.0 · 7.1kW
ø 6.35 · t 0.8
ø 9.52 · t 0.8
ø 12.7 · t 0.8
¡ Outdoor unit and the total connectable indoor units (class kW):
Total of indoor units (class kW)
SCM40ZG-S
5.7kW
SCM45ZG-S
7.0kW
SCM48ZG-S
8.5kW
(2) Connection of refrigerant piping
¡ The service valve corresponding to each indoor unit is as illustrated in the right figure.
¡ Regarding the change in the sizes of gas side pipes (usage of the variable joints); if a
5.0, 6.0, 7.1 kW class indoor unit (gas side pipe 12.7) is going to be connected to the
service valves (9.52), variable joints available as accessories must be applied to the gas
side service valves.
[Examples of use of variable diameter joints]
Connection of indoor unit of Class 5.0 to A unit.
ø6.35 pipe 5.0 kW class
Indoor unit
Gas side service
valve (ø9.52) Copper packing
ø9.52
ø9.52
Service valve
for room C
ø9.52
Service valve
for room B
ø9.52
Liquid
Liquid
side
service
valve
ø12.7 pipe
SCM80ZG-S
13.5kW
Service valve
for room D
Service valve
for room A
Earth screw
Liquid side service valve (ø6.35)
Service
valve for room A
SCM60ZG-S
11.0kW
Gas
Gas
side
service
valve
Variable diameter joint (ø9.52-ø12.7)
¡ Securely fit the copper packing between the service valve and the variable diameter joint to prevent shifting.
¡ Cover the pipes with tape so that dust and sand do not enter the pipe until they are connected.
[Connection of pipes]
¡ When connecting the pipes to the outdoor unit, be careful about the discharge of fluorocarbon gas or oil.
¡ Make sure to match the pipes between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit with the correct service valves.
(1) Preparations
Push
Remove
¡ Remove the flare nut (from both
liquid and gas sides).
90+0.5˚
Outdoor
Indoor
Push
Remove
¡ Remove the flare nut (from both
liquid and gas sides).
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A
A dimensions
Liquid side: ø 6.35:9.1dia
Gas side:
ø 9.52: 13.2dia
ø 12.7: 16.6dia
¡ Fit the removed flare nut to the joint pipe, and then flare it.
(2) Connection
Indoor
Outdoor
Liquid side
Gas side
Liquid side
Gas side
¡ Secure the nut with a specified tightening
torque to avoid any gas leaks.
¡ Secure the nut with a specified tightening
torque to avoid any gas leaks.
¡ Specified tightening torques are as follows:
Liquid side (ø 6.35): 17mm in width across flat of the flare nut: 14.0-18.0 N·m (1.4-1.8 kgf·m)
Gas side (ø 9.52): 22mm in width across flat of the flare nut: 33.0-42.0 N·m (3.3-4.2 kgf·m)
Gas side (ø 12.7): 24mm in width across flat of the flare nut: 49.0-61.0 N·m (4.9-6.1 kgf·m)
(3) Air purging
To protect the global environment, use a vacuum pump that do not release flourocarbon gas into the atmosphere.
When a vacuum pump cannot be used due to certain conditions for installation, sufficient refrigerant is available for air
purging with refrigerant for the outdoor unit.
Note: Fully open the service valves (on both liquid and gas sides) after completing air purging
(a) Remove the cap on both gas and liquid sides before starting operation.
(b) After completing the operation, do not forget to tighten the cap (gas may leak).
(c) Conduct air purging for all connected indoor units.
¡ Since the system uses service ports differing in diameter from those found on the conventional models, a charge hose (for R22)
presently in use is not applicable.
Please use one designed specifically for R410A
¡ Please use an anti-reverse flow type vacuum pump adapter so as to prevent vacuum pump oil from running back into the system.
Oil running back into an air-conditioning system may cause the refrigerant cycle to break down.
Procedure
1 Secure all flare nuts on both indoor and outdoor
sides to prevent leaks from the pipes.
2 Connect the service valves, charge hose, manifold
valve and vacuum pump as shown in the right figure.
3 Fully open the handle Lo for the manifold valve,
and pump a vacuum for 15 minutes. Ensure that the
meter is indicating -0.1 MPa (-76cmHg).
4 After vacuuming, fully open the service valve (both
liquid and gas sides) with a hexagon wrench.
5 Remove the charge hose from service port.
6 Repeat the above steps 1 ~ 5 for all connected
indoor units.
7 Ensure that there are no gas leaks from the joints in
the indoor and outdoor units.
Compound
pressure
gauge
Service valve
for room B
Service valve
for room A
Gauge Manifold
(Designed specifically for R410A)
Service valve
(two-way valve) -0.1MPa
(-76cmHg)
Service valve
(three-way valve)
Handle Lo
Service Port
Charge hose
(Designed specifically for R410A)
Pressure
gauge
Handle Hi
Charge hose
(Designed specifically for R410A)
Vacuum
Vacuum pump adapter
pump
(Anti-reverse flow type).
(Designed specifically for R410A)
Open
Open
(4) Additional refrigerant charge
¡ SCM40, 48 type
Additional refrigerant charge is not required at all
¡ SCM45, 60, 80 type
(a) When the total refrigerant pipe length for all the rooms exceeds the length of the uncharged pipe, additional refrigerant is
required.
(b) For this multi type room air conditioner, it is not necessary to charge the refrigerant for the total maximum length in all the
rooms.
(c)
Model
Charged pipe length
(Amount of uncharged refrigerant) *1
On site additional charge
Maximum total pipe length for all rooms
(Maximum amount of refrigerant)
SCM45ZG-S
20m (1600g)
20g/m
30m (1800g)
SCM60ZG-S
30m (2200g)
20g/m
40m (2400g)
SCM80ZG-S
40m (3150g)
20g/m
70m (3750g)
*1: Charge amount at the time of shipment.
Ensure that there are no gas leaks from the pipe joints by using a leak detector or soap water.
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(5) Heat insulation for joints
SKM, SRRM models
Cover the joint with
insulation material
Vinyl tape
for the indoor unit
and tape it.
STM model
After checking each flare joint of the
Band(accessory)
indoor unit for gas leaks, cover it with the
attached insulating material and firmly
secure with the attached bands at both ends.
Do not twist or flatten pipes.
Care must be taken so as to prevent debris,
chips and water from entering the piping
during installation work.
Position so
the slit
comes on top.
Pipe cover (accessory)
Finish and fixing
Pipe clamp
Pipes
Crossover wires
Exterior tape
Drain hose
Tapping screw
5.6
Apply exterior tape and shape along
the place where the pipes will be routed. Secure to the wall with a pipe
clamp. Be careful not to damage the
pipes and the wires.
Test run and handling instruction
(1) Inspection
Check according to the following check items.
(2) Test run
(a) Conduct the test run after turning on the power for 20 minutes.
(To prevent compression of the compressor liquid.)
(b) If the compressor does not operate after the operation has started, wait for 5 ~ 10 minutes.
(This may be due to a delayed start.)
(c) Carry out the test run for each unit individually. (If 2 or 3 units are tested at the same time, wrong wiring and wrong pipe
connections cannot be checked.)
(d) After each individual test, run the units in all the rooms simultaneously and check the units.
(e) Test both the cooler and the heater.
(Three-minute restart preventive timer)
When the air conditioner is restarted or when changing the operation, the unit will not start operating for approximately 3
minutes. This is to protect the unit and it is not a malfunction.
Installation test check points
Check the following points again after completion of the installation, and before turning on the power. Conduct a test
run again and ensure that the unit operates properly. At the same time, explain to the customer how to use the unit and
how to take care of the unit following the instruction manual.
After installation
Test run
□ The power supply voltage is correct as the rating.
□ No gas leaks from the joints of the service valve.
□ Power cables and crossover wires are securely inserted and fixed
to the terminal board.
□ Each indoor and outdoor unit is properly connected (no wrong
wiring or piping).
□ Service valve is fully open.
□ Refrigerant has been additionally charged (when the total pipe
length exceeds the refrigerant charged pipe length).
□ The pipe joints for indoor and outdoor pipes have been insulated.
□ Earthing work has been conducted properly.
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□
□
□
□
□
Air conditioning and heating are normal.
No abnormal noise.
Water drains smoothly.
Protective functions are not working.
Operation of the unit has been explained
to the customer.
Beware of wrong connections in refrigerant piping and wiring
●
●
Make sure to match the piping and wiring from each unit to the outdoor unit.
Be careful because if connections are wrong, normal operation cannot be achieved and may damage the compressor.
[Correct connections]
[Example of wrong connections]
Piping
Wiring
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
D unit
C unit
B unit
D unit
D
C Outdoor
unit
B
A
C unit
B unit
A unit
A unit
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D
C Outdoor
unit
B
A
6
MAINTENANCE DATA
6.1
Troubleshooting procedures for electrical equipment
(1) Troubleshooting 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 microcomputer 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 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 occurred
(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.
NO
Does the trouble occur again?
YES
Carry out checks according to detailed
check process (See later page)
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No need for PCB change
The cause is defective connector contact.
(2) Indication of self diagnosis
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit Wired remote
indicator
indicator control display
RUN
TIMER
(LED E) (optional parts)
light
light
Description of
trouble
Cause
• Broken heat exchanger sensor (1)
wire
• Connector poor connection
• Disconnected sensor
When heat exchanger sensor (1) temperature of
–20°C or under continued for more than 15
seconds while operation is stopped.
(This is not displayed during operation.)
Conditions of flashing
1 time
flash
Comes
on
Stays off
E6
Indoor heat exchanger
sensor (1) error
2 time
flash
Comes
on
Stays off
E7
Room temperature
sensor error
• Broken room temperature sensor
wire
• Connector poor connection
When room temperature sensor temperature of
–20°C or under continued for more than 15
seconds while operation is stopped.
(This is not displayed during operation.)
4 time
flash
Comes
on
Stays off
E9
Drain abnormality
(STM, SRRM only)
• Drain at reverse gradient
• Float switch defective
Float switch motion
5 time
flash
Comes
on
Stays off
E6
Indoor heat exchange
sensor (2) error
• Broken heat exchanger sensor (2)
wire
• Connector poor connection
• Disconnected sensor
When heat exchanger sensor (2) temperature of
–20°C or under continued for more than 15
seconds while operation is stopped.
(This is not displayed during operation.)
6 time
flash
Comes
on
Stays off
E16
Indoor fan motor error
• Defective fan motor
• Connector poor connection
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.)
7 time
flash
Comes
on
Stays off
E6
Closed service valve
Indoor heat exchanger
sensor (1) error
• Closed service valve
• Heat exchanger sensor (1) is
disconnected.
After cooling starts, when the temperature
difference at the indoor heat exchanger sensor (1)
after 13 minutes and after 16 minutes is greater
than –2ºC, operation is stopped.
Keeps
flashing
1 time
flash
Keeps
flashing
E38
Outdoor air temperature sensor error
• Broken outdoor air temperature
sensor wire
• Poor connector connection
When outdoor air temperature sensor temperature
of –20°C or under continued for more than 10
seconds while operation is stopped.
(This is not displayed during operation.)
Keeps
flashing
2 time
flash
Keeps
flashing
E37
Outdoor heat exchanger sensor error
• Broken heat exchanger sensor
wire
• Poor connector connection
When heat exchanger sensor temperature of –20
°C or under continued for more than 10 seconds
while operation is stopped.
(This is not displayed during operation.)
Keep
flashing
4 time
flash
On for 4 seconds and off
for 4 seconds
E39
Discharge pipe sensor
error
• Broken discharge pipe sensor wire
• Connector poor connection
After the decision speed has been 0 rps or more for
9 continuous minutes and the discharge pipe sensor
has sent a 10 second or more broken wire signal.
(Compressor is stopped.)
Keep
flashing
5 time
flash
Keeps
flashing
E53
Comp. suction sensor
error
• Broken comp. suction sensor wire
• Poor connector connection
When comp. suction sensor temperature of
–20°C or under continued for more than 10
seconds while operation is stopped.
Keep
flashing
6 time
flash
Keeps
flashing
E41
• Broken power transistor sensor wire
• Connector poor connection
After the decision speed has been 0 rps or more for
9 continuous minutes and the power transistor
sensor has sent a 10 second or more broken wire
signal. (Compressor is stopped.)
Power transistor sensor
error
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Indoor unit
Outdoor unit Wired remote
indicator
indicator control display
RUN
TIMER
(LED E) (optional parts)
light
light
Description of
trouble
Cause
Conditions of flashing
When converter output current which exceeds
setting value is detected. (Compressor stops.)
E42
Current cut
• Compressor locking
• Open phase on compressor output
• Shortcircuit on power transistor
2 time flash
E59
Trouble of outdoor
unit
• Defective power transistor.
• Broken compressor wire
• Compressor blockage
When an error with the outdoor unit causes an
error stop, or when the input current is measured
at 1 A or less for 3 continuous minutes or more.
(Compressor is stopped.)
3 time
flash
3 time flash
E58
Current safe stop
• Overload operation
• Overcharge
When the decision speed is 30 rps or less and the
current save has operated. (Compressor stops)
Comes
on
4 time
flash
4 time flash
E41
Power transistor
error
• Broken power transistor
When there is an emergency stop caused by
trouble in the outdoor unit, or the input current
value is found to be lower than the set value
continuously for 3 minutes or longer.
(The air conditioner stops.)
Comes
on
5 time
flash
5 time flash
E36
Over heat of compressor
• Gas shortage
• Defective discharge pipe sensor
When discharge pipe sensor value exceeds setting
value.
(Compressor Stops.)
Comes
on
6 time
flash
6 time flash
E5
Error of signal transmission
• Defective power supply
• Broken signal wire
• Defective indoor/outdoor unit
circuit boads.
Comes
on
7 time
flash
Comes on
E48
Outdoor fan
motor error
• Defective fan motor, poor
connector connection
When the outdoor unit’s fan motor sped continues
for 30 seconds or longer at 75 rpm or lower.
(3 times) (The air conditioner stops.)
2 time
flash
2 time
flash
7 time flash
E60
Compressor lock
• Defective compressor
• Defective outdoor PCB
When the motor for the compressor does not turn
1/12 revolution 0.044 second after it has been started.
E1
Error of wired
remote control wiring
• Broken wired remote control wire
• Defective indoor unit boards
The wired remote control wire Y is open. The wired
remote control wires X and Y are reversely connected.
Noise is penetrating the wired remote control lines. The
wired remote control or indoor control PCB is faulty.
(The communications circuit is faulty.)
Comes
on
1 time
flash
Comes
on
2 time
flash
Comes
on
1 time flash
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If serial signal cannot be sent or received for 1
minute and 55 seconds continuously.
Inspection procedures corresponding to detail of trouble
[Broken sensor wire,
connector poor connection]
Sensor error
Is connector connection good?
NO
Correct connection.
YES
NO
Is sensor resistance value good?
Replace sensor.
YES
Replace PCB.
◆ Sensor temperature characteristics
(Room temp., indoor unit heat exchanger
temp., outdoor unit heat exchanger
temp., outdoor air temp.)
◆ Discharge pipe sensor temperature characteristics
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
Resistance (kΩ)
(3)
20
15
10
5
(Shortcircuit)
–10
0
10
30
40
50
60
70
Temperature (˚C)
[Defective fan motor, connector
poor connection, defective PCB]
Indoor fan motor error
Is connector connection good?
20
NO
Correct connector connection
YES
* Disconnect the fan motor
connector, then investigate
the DC fan motor and indoor
unit circuit board separately.
Is the output of the indoor unit’s
printed circuit board normal?
Is DC fan motor resistance value good?
NO
YES
Replace indoor fan motor
NO
Notes (1) See pages 95 for the DC fan motor and indoor unit circuit
board check procedure.
(2) After making sure the DC fan motor and indoor unit circuit
board are normal, connect the connectors and confirm that
the fan motor is turning.
(If power is turned on while one or the other is broken down,
it could cause the other to break down also.)
YES
Replace indoor PCB
Normal
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[Open phase on compressor output
terminal, compressor lock]
Current cut
Does current cut operate when
operating inverter with compressor
wire disconnected?
NO
Defective inverter
YES
Is output voltage applied to all 3
phases of power transistor?
NO
Defective inverter
YES
NO
Secure space for suction
and blow out.
Is there any shortcircuit?
YES
● Check compressor wiring visually.
Inspect compressor.
If check results are normal,
compressor is locked.
● Check insulation resistance. (1 MΩ or over)
● Check coil wire resistance. (Few Ω)
[Compressor malfunction of
insufficient gas (refrigerant)]
Trouble of outdoor unit
NO
Does compressor operation?
Is capacitor for compressor normal?
NO
Replace capacitor for compressor.
YES
Is connector for compressor connection
good?
NO
Correct connection
YES
YES
Replace compressor.
NO
Is heat exchanger sensor resistance
value good?
Replace heat exchanger sensor
YES
NO
Is refrigerant amount normal?
Does trouble persist after charging gas?
YES
NO
Check if there are any places where
gas is leaking
YES
Clogged capillary tube or strainer,
defective EEV, etc.
Insufficient gas
[Overload operation, compressor
lock, overcharge]
Current safe stop
NO
Is refrigerant charge quantity adequate?
Discharge refrigerant.
YES
NO
Is outdoor ventilation condition good?
Secure space for inlet and outlet.
YES
Inspect compressor.
YES
Defective inverter
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[Gas shortage, defective discharge
pipe sensor]
Over heat of compressor
Is discharge pipe sensor
resistance value good?
NO
(page 91)
Connector connection check, resistance
value check, replacement of discharge pipe
sensor
YES
Is sufficient quantity of refrigerant
circulated?
NO
Does trouble persist after
charging gas?
NO
Check if there are any
places where gas is leaking.
YES
YES
Clogged capillary tube or
strainer, defective EEV, etc.
Defective outdoor unit PCB
[Wiring error including power cable, defective indoor/
outdoor unit PCB]
Error of signal transmission
NO
Does error persist after power
reset?
Trouble by transient cause, not unit trouble.
YES
NO
Are the lines connecting the indoor
and outdoor units connected
normally?
Correct improper wire connection on indoor/
outdoor unit.
YES
Is DC 0~Approx. 12V detected
between w ~ e terminals on
indoor unit terminal block?
NO
Defective indoor unit PCB
YES
Is DC 0~Approx. 12V detected
between w~ e terminals on
outdoor unit terminal block?
NO
Check crossover wires.
YES
Is AC 220/230/240V applied
between q ~ w on the outdoor
side terminal block?
NO
Defective indoor unit PCB. Check crossover wires.
YES
Defective outdoor unit PCB
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[Defective fan motor, connector
poor connection, defective PCB]
Outdoor fan motor error
NO
Is connector connection good?
Correct connector connection
YES
Is the output of the outdoor unit’s
printed circuit board normal?
NO
Is DC fan motor resistance value good?
* Disconnect the fan motor
connector, then investigate
the DC fan motor and outdoor unit circuit board separately.
YES
Replace outdoor fan motor
NO
YES
Replace outdoor PCB
Normal
[Compressor defect, outdoor
unit circuit defect]
Rotor lock
NO
Is output voltage applied to all 3
phases of power transistor?
Defective inverter
YES
● Check compressor wiring visually.
Inspect compressor.
If check results are normal,
compressor is locked.
● Check insulation resistance. (1 MΩ or over)
● Check coil wire resistance. (Few Ω)
[Drain piping defective,
pump defect]
Drain abnormality (STM, SRRM only)
Has an overflow developed?
NO
Is the float switch operating?
Indoor printed circuit
board is defective.
YES
YES
Is the drain piping clogged or at
the wrong gradient?
NO
Inspect float switch.
NO
YES
Is there output for drain motor driver?
NO
Repair and clean.
YES
Indoor printed circuit board
is defective.
Drain motor is defective.
Inspect wiring.
(4) Phenomenon observed after shortcircuit, wire breakage on sensor
(a) Indoor unit
Sensor
Operation
mode
Room temperature
sensor
Heat exchanger
sensor
Phenomenon
Cooling
Shortcircuit
Release of continuous compressor operation command
Broken wire
Continuous compressor operation command is not released.
Heating
Continuous compressor operation command is not released.
Release of continuous compressor operation command
Cooling
Compressor stop.
(Abnormality of outdoor unit)
Continuous compressor operation command is not released.
(Anti-frosting)
Heating
High pressure control mode
Hot keep (Indoor fan stop)
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(b) Outdoor unit
Phenomenon
Sensor
Operation
mode
Heat exchanger
sensor
Cooling
System can be operated normally.
System can be operated normally.
Heating
Defrosting is not performed.
Defrosting is performed for 10 minutes at approx. 45 minutes.
Outdoor air
temperature sensor
Cooling
System can be operated normally.
System can be operated normally.
Heating
Defrosting is not operated.
Defrosting is performed for 10 minutes at approx. 45 minutes.
Discharge pipe
sensor
All modes
Compressor overload protection is disabled.
(Can be operated.)
Compressor stop
Broken wire
Checking the indoor electrical equipment
(a) Indoor unit circuit board check procedure
Is there voltage between terminal
blocks 1 and 2 ? (AC 220/230/240
V)
NO
Inspect power source
for outdoor unit.
YES
NO
Is the fuse burnt out? (3.15 A)
Replace fuse.
YES
Is the voltage between terminal
blocks 2 and 3 oscillating between
DC 0 and 12V?
NO
Replace printed
circuit board.
YES
Indoor electrical components
are normal.
(b) Indoor unit fan motor check procedure
This is a diagnostic procedure for determining if the indoor unit’s fan motor or the circuit board is broken down.
1) Indoor unit printed circuit board output check
a) Turn off the power.
b) Remove the front panel, then disconnect the fan motor lead wire connector.
c) Turn on the power. If the unit operates when the ON/OFF button is pressed, if trouble is detected after the voltages in
the following figure are output for approximately 30 seconds, it means that the circuit board is normal and the fan
motor is broken down.
If the voltages in the following figure are not output at connector pins No. q, r and t, the indoor unit’s circuit
board has failed and the fan motor is normal.
(–)
GND
DC several V
(4~6 V)
DC 308~336V
t
r
e
w
q
y
t
r
e
w
q
Black
Indoor unit
circuit board
Red
y
White
CNU
Yellow
DC15V
Blue
(5)
Shortcircuit
FMI
2) DC Fan motor resistance check
Measuring Point
q – e (Red – Black)
r – e (White – Black)
Resistance when Normal
25 MΩ or higher
30 kΩ or higher
-
Notes (1) Remove the fan motor and measure it without power connected to it.
Notes (2) If the measured value is below the value when the motor is normal, it means
that the fan motor is faulty.
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(6) How to make sure of remote control
(1)
Is remote
control normal?
NO
Remote control
defects
Note (1) Check method of remote control
YES
(a)
Press the reset switch of the remote control.
(b)
If all LCD are displayed after zero (1) display, it is ba-
Again pushing
operating switch
sically normal.
S SKM model
YES
Operating the unit?
Abnormality is not
found.
NO
Does unit ON/OFF
button operates?
S STM, SRRM model
HI POWER
AUTO
HI
MED
LO
YES
Operating the unit.
ECONO
AM
ON
NO
Replace the display.
Control problem on
main unit
Is the unit
operable with remote
control?
YES
Normal
NO
Defective remote
control
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PM
OFF
(7) Inverter failure diagnosis
If the results of the diagnosis in Item (3) indicate that the inverter is defective, perform the following inspection on the inverter.
(a) Diagnosis procedure
Is the fuse good?
NO
Fuse is defective
e Replace
YES
Is the varistor good?
NO
Varistor is defective
e Replace
NO
Noise filter is defective
e Replace
YES
Is the noise filter good?
YES
Is DC280V imposed between the
power transistor P and N?
NO
Is condenser good?
YES
NO
Condenser is defective
e Replace
NO
Inductor is defective
e Replace
NO
The diode stack is defective
e Replace
YES
Is there conducitvity in the inductor?
YES
Is the diode stack good?
YES
The printed circuit board
(POWER) is defective
e Replace
Is there output at CNN, CNH on
the printed circuit bord (CPU)?
NO
The printed circuit board
(CPU) is defective
e Replace
YES
Is the voltage at U, V and W of
the power transistor?
NO
The power transistor is
defective
e Replace
YES
Inspect compressor
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(b) Outdoor unit inspection points
SSCM40ZG-S, 45ZG-S
CAUTION – HIGH VOLTAGE
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.
● Inspection of inductor conductivity
Remove the connector and check for conductivity. It must be conductive.
Check fuse. There should be conductivity.
u * Check these points with the power supply on.
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
T1
L
WH
N
EARTH
AC.L
PWB2 (POWER)
BL
AC.N
N-1
G3
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98 -
1
2
3
BK
WH
RD
CNO
BK
WH
BR
CNP
P_1 N_1
OR
OR
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
CNG
CNH
L
CM
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
Red
RD
WH
White
Yellow
YL
Y/G Yellow/Green
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
G2
CNB
20S
FMo
ON or flashing: Protection function operating
BK
CNG
CNH
PWB1 (MAIN)
LED E
ERROR
CNT
*
● Inspect power
transistor.
Remove the fasten
terminal and test
output voltage.
RD
DC-P DC-N
Y/G
● Display lamp inspection
• LED E (Abnormality display lamp - Red)
BL
OR
OR
AF_L2
AF_L1
BK
1
2
3
T3
UNIT
B
Y/G
AC.N
GR
*
T2
UNIT
A
Y/G
AC.L
GR
RD
● Power supply and serial
signal inspection
1 to 2: AC220/230/240V
2 to 3: Normal if the voltage
oscillates between DC 0
and approx. 12V
FUSE
250V 15A
BK L-1
BK
CNC
CND
CNJ
CNK
HEATER
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
● Inspection of resistance value of sensor.
Remove the connector and check the resistance value.
See the section of sensor characteristics on page 91.
CNI
● 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.
}
SSCM48ZG-S
CAUTION – HIGH VOLTAGE
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.
● Inspection of inductor conductivity
Remove the connector and check for conductivity. It must be conductive.
Check fuse. There should be conductivity.
u * Check these points with the power supply on.
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
WH
N
EARTH
T2
Y/G
Y/G
L-1
N-1
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99 -
BK
WH
RD
CNO
UNIT
B
1
2
3
BK
WH
BR
CNP
UNIT
C
1
2
3
BK
WH
BL
CNR
*
● Display lamp inspection
• LED E (Abnormality display lamp - Red)
ON or flashing: Protection function operating
GR
BL
BL
PWB2 (POWER)
AC.N
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
OR
OR
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
CNH
CNG
LED E
ERROR
CM
*
BK
CNG
CNH
CNI
PWB1 (MAIN)
CNT
CNB
CNC
CND
CNJ
CNK
FMo
20S
HEATER
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
● Inspection of resistance value of sensor.
Remove the connector and check the resistance value.
See the section of sensor characteristics on page 91.
L
● Inspect power
transistor.
Remove the fasten
terminal and test
output voltage.
RD
DC-P DC-N
G2
OR
OR
AF_L2
AF_L1
AC.L
P_1 N_1
1
2
3
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
Red
RD
WH
White
Yellow
YL
Y/G Yellow/Green
AC.N
GR
G3
UNIT
A
Y/G
AC.L
BK
L
● Power supply and serial
signal inspection
1 to 2: AC220/230/240V
2 to 3: Normal if the voltage
oscillates between DC 0
and approx. 12V
FUSE
250V 15A
BK
BK
RD
T1
CNL
EEV
C
● 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.
}
SSCM60ZG-S
CAUTION – HIGH VOLTAGE
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.
● Inspection of inductor conductivity
Remove the connector and check for conductivity. It must be conductive.
Check fuse. There should be conductivity.
u * Check these points with the power supply on.
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
WH
N
EARTH
Y/G
T2
Y/G
L-1
N-1
CNO
UNIT
B
1
2
3
BK
WH
BR
CNP
UNIT
C
1
2
3
BK
WH
BL
CNR
-
BK
WH
RD
100 *
● Display lamp inspection
• LED E (Abnormality display lamp - Red)
ON or flashing: Protection function operating
GR
BL
BL
OR
OR
OR
OR
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
AF_L2
AF_L1
AC.L
PWB2 (POWER)
AC.N
P_1 N_1
1
2
3
Y/G
AC.N
GR
G3
UNIT
A
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
Red
RD
WH
White
Yellow
YL
Y/G Yellow/Green
AC.L
CNH
CNG
L
CM
*
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
RD
BK
DC-P DC-N
LED E
ERROR
G2
● Inspect power
transistor.
Remove the fasten
terminal and test
output voltage.
BK
L
● Power supply and serial
signal inspection
1 to 2: AC220/230/240V
2 to 3: Normal if the voltage
oscillates between DC 0
and approx. 12V
FUSE
250V 20A
BK
BK
RD
T1
CNG
CNH
CNI
PWB1 (MAIN)
CNT
CNB
CNC
CND
CNJ
CNK
FMo
20S
HEATER
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
● Inspection of resistance value of sensor.
Remove the connector and check the resistance value.
See the section of sensor characteristics on page 91.
CNL
EEV
C
● 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.
}
SSCM80ZG-S
CAUTION – HIGH VOLTAGE
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.
● Inspection of inductor conductivity
Remove the connector and check for conductivity. It must be conductive.
Check fuse. There should be conductivity.
u * Check these points with the power supply on.
Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz
L
N
WH
EARTH Y/G
Y/G
UNIT
A
T3
-
UNIT
B
101 -
T4
UNIT
C
T5
1
2
3
EARTH
1
2
3
EARTH
1
2
3
EARTH
1
2
3
EARTH
BK
WH
RD
AC.L
GR
GR
AC.L
AC.N
BL
BL
AC.N
PWB2 (POWER)
CNO
P_1 N_1
OR
OR
OR
OR
U RD
V WH
W BK
RD
WH
BK
AF_L2
AF_L1
CNH
CNG
L
CM
*
Y/G
BK
WH
BR
Y/G
BK
WH
BL
Y/G
BK
WH
YL
CNP
P_1
PWB3 (CAPACITOR)
CNG
N_1
CNR
DC-P DC-N
● Inspect power
transistor.
Remove the fasten
terminal and test
output voltage.
RD
BK
CNG
CNH
CNI
PWB1 (MAIN)
CNS
G2
Y/G
Color symbol
Black
BK
Blue
BL
Brown
BR
Gray
GR
Orange
OR
Red
RD
WH
White
Yellow
YL
Y/G Yellow/Green
LED E
ERROR
CNT
CNB
CNC
FMo
20S
HEATER
CND
CNJ
CNK
CNL
CNM
Tho-D Tho-A Tho-R Tho-C
EEV
A
EEV
B
EEV
C
EEV
D
Y/G
*
● Display lamp inspection
• LED E (Abnormality display lamp - Red)
L-1
N-1
G3
BK
T2
UNIT
D
FUSE
250V 20A
BK
BK
T1
RD
● Power supply and serial
signal inspection
1 to 2: AC220/230/240V
2 to 3: Normal if the voltage
oscillates between DC 0
and approx. 12V
ON or flashing: Protection function operating
● Inspection of resistance value of sensor.
Remove the connector and check the resistance value.
See the section of sensor characteristics on page 91.
● 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.
}
◆ Power transistor inspection procedure
[Use a tester with a needle indicator for the inspection. (Do not use a digital tester. Check in the AC 300 volt range.)]
1)
If there is a self-diagnosis display, inspect the compressor system (burns, wiring mistakes, etc.). If no problems are found,
check the output of the power transistor.
2)
Output inspection procedure
(Example)
Self-diagnosis display : Flashes 2 times
Disconnect the terminals for the compressor. If an output such as the one shown in
Output voltage
(ACV)
the figure on the right can be measured,
the power transistor and the circuit board
for the outdoor unit are normal.
0
* For about 50 seconds. After being switched on,
there will be a delay of approximately one minute
depending on the conditions.
8 ~ 10 sec.
Operation SW ON
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102 -
1
Measure in this section
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 R410A 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 q 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 e for a few
seconds, and then immediately retighten it after observing that gas is blow out from the loosened portion.
(e)
Open the valve q and e after discharging air from the charge hose A , then the liquid refrigerant begins flowing from the
cylinder into the unit. Be sure to erect the refrigerant cylinder upright to let liquid 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 refrigerant to the specified weight.
(g)
Making sure of the refrigerant amount, close the valve e.
(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 return air and supply air.
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7
OPTIONAL PARTS
7.1
Interface kit (SKM20~50 type only)
(1) Applicable model
Name
Type
Interface kit
SC-BIK-E
SKM20ZG-S, 22ZG-S, 25ZG-S
SKM28ZG-S, 35ZG-S, 50ZG-S
(2) List of connectable devices
Name
Wired remote control
Super link adapter
Center console
Type
RC-E1R
SC-AD-ER
SC-SLA1-ER, SC-SLA2A-ER, SC-SLA3-ER
18.2
83.5
135
1300
(3) Exterior dimensions
120
29
(4) Circuit board component layout
Indoor unit connection terminals
Jumper wire
Address setting
rotary switch
Wired remote control and Super link adapter terminal block
CNT terminal
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104 -
q Wired remote control system
SC-BIK-E
RC-E1R
Interface kit
Room air conditinoer
Wired remote control
w Control of multiple units with a remote control
Center
console
Super link
SC-AD-ER adapter
Interface kit SC-BIK-E
SC-AD-ER
SC-AD-ER
SC-AD-ER
SC-BIK-E
SC-BIK-E
SC-BIK-E
Control contents
Use
Using the wired remote control
system, users can run and stop the
unit, switch operations, adjust the
temperature, fan speed and air flow
direction (up or down), and control
timer operation .
Use a wired remote control for
retirement homes, school classrooms
and similar locations.
Multiple units (16units~144units)
can be cotrolled with a single
remote control.
For hotels and similar facilities
with multiple units installed, the
remote control is used to turn
multiple air conditioning units ON
or OFF.
Parts used
• Wired remote control
(RC-E1R)
• Interface kit
(SC-BIK-E)
• Interface kit
(SC-BIK-E)
• Super link adapter
(SC-AD-ER)
• Center console
(SC-SLA1-ER, SC-SLA2A-ER,
SC-SLA3-ER)
Signal wire
(2m supplied)
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Room
air conditinoer
105 -
Center
console
RCE1R
Wired remote control
SC-AD-ER
RCE1R
RCE1R
• Wired remote control
(RC-E1R)
RCE1R
1
SC-AD-ER
SC-AD-ER
SC-AD-ER
SC-AD-ER
Multiple units (16units~144units)
can be cotrolled with a single
remote control.
For users who want to exercise
central control together with a
package air conditioning system,
such as an office.
• Using the remote start/stop switch
timer, etc., the unit can be started
and stopped by inputting level or
by inputting pulses.
• The run signal, heating signal,
compressor ON signal and check
signal can be received by nonvoltage contacts.
Remote start and stop and remote
monitoring.
Super link
adapter
1 The wireless remote control
supplied with one unit cannot
be used.
If it is necessary to control
each room separately, use
the wired remote control.
Interface kit SC-BIK-E
Signal wire
(2m supplied)
Packaged
air conditioner
RCE1R
Wired remote control
RCE1R
RCE1R
RCE1R
Room
air conditinoer
RCE1R
Wired remote control
e Remote operation
Common
XR1
XR1
XR2
SC-BIK-E
XR3
Room air conditinoer
XR4
Operation output
XR2
Heating output
XR3
Compressor
operation output
XR4
Malfunction output
XR5
Interface kit
Remote
operation
input
XR5
Remote operation
Power supply
DC 12/24V
or
AC 220 ~ 240V
1
• Inrterface kit
(SC-BIK-E)
• Remote ON/OFF monitor kit
(Customer arrangements)
(5) System configuration
System configuration
(6) Installation of interface kit
Accessories included in package
Please check to make sure all the accessories have been included.
Part name
Quantity
Indoor unit connection cable (total cable length: 2 m)
1
Wood screws (for mounting the interface: ø4 × 25)
2
Tapping screws (for mounting the clamp and interface mounting bracket)
3
Interface mounting bracket
1
Clamp (for the indoor unit)
1
Connecting the interface and indoor unit
1 Remove the air inlet panel, lid and front panel.
2 Take the indoor control board out of the control box.
2
3 There are five terminals (respectively marked with CNA,
CND, CNI, CNK, and CNL) for the indoor control boad.
In connecting an interface, connect to the respective
terminals securely with the connection harness supplied
with an optional “Interface connection kit SC-BIK-E”.
4
Connection terminal
Connection terminal
Clamp
4 House the indoor unit control board in the control box.
5 Fasten the connection harness onto the indoor control box
with clamp supplied with the kit.
6 Reinstall the front panel, lid and air inlet panel.
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Connecting the interface and the indoor unit
7 Remove the upper case of the interface.
• Take out the 2 screws in the interface case.
8 Install the indoor unit’s connection cables in the interface.
• Connect the connectors of the indoor unit connection cables to the connectors on the interface’s circuit board. (4 places)
9 Fasten the indoor unit connection cables using clamps.
• Cables can be brought in from the top or from the back.
• Use side cutters, etc. to cut out the thin knockouts used
to run wires into the case.
9 Fasten with the clamp
7 Remove
the upper case
8
Install the
indoor unit
connection
cables
Names of each part of the interface unit
Clamp for fastening indoor unit connection cables
Indoor unit connection terminals
Interface board
Jumpers
Wired remote control *
terminal block
Address setting rotary switch
CNT terminal
Super link adapter terminal block
X Y Z X Y Z
Clamp for fastening the wired
remote control connection cable
Clamp for fastening the super link
adapter connection cable
* Either the super link adapter cable or the wired remote control connection cable can be connected.
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Wired remote control connection
Please see the instructions in the wired remote control’s manual concerning connections to the wired remote control.
1 Cut jumper wire “J2” on the circuit board.
Caution: Both the wired remote control and the wireless remote control supplied with the
indoor unit cannot be used together.
Jumper wire (J2)
2 Connect the interface and remote control.
The terminals have polarity, so be sure to connect the wires to the corresponding terminal on each end.
Be sure to strip off the only the proper length of sheath material from each connection cable in the interface unit.
Interface side
Wired
terminal
block
Z
Y
X
Z terminal: black wire
Y terminal: white wire
X terminal: red wire
Connection cable
0.3 mm2 (recommended)
~ 0.5 mm2 (maximum)
Z
Y
X
Strip off the sheath material from the connection
cable wires inside the wired remote control case.
Remote
control
terminal
block
The length of wire with the sheathing removed
should be as shown below for each wire.
Black: 195 mm
White: 205 mm
Red: 215 mm
Sheath material
removal length
Cautions when extending the connection cable length
• The maximum total length should be 600 m.
• Be sure to use shielded cable. (Type: 0.3 mm2 × 3 cores)
• If the extended length exceeds 100m, change the wire size to the following sizes. However, inside
the remote control case, the maximum wire size should be 0.5 mm2 or less. Change the wire size in
accordance with the wires connected near the outside.
Within 100 ~ 200 m ······ 0.5 mm2 × 3 cores
Within
300 m ···· 0.75 mm2 × 3 cores
Within
400 m ···· 1.25 mm2 × 3 cores
Within
600 m ······ 2.0 mm2 × 3 cores
3 Fasten the connection cables with clamps.
Control of multiple units with a remote control
Multiple units (up to 16 units) can be controlled with a single remote control.
1 For group control, install connection cables between the unit and package air conditioner indoor units.
• Connect the cables to terminals X, Y and Z in the interface unit. Each terminal has polarity, so be sure to connect wires to the
corresponding terminals at each end.
• Use cables with a size of 0.5 mm2 or larger. (cables that are large enough to endure the
routing required)
• Keep the total length of connection cables and remote control wiring to within 600 m.
2 Set the address in each unit.
Set the address of using the rotary switch on the circuit board inside each unit. (“0” ~ “F”)
Set the addresses in each group so that there is no overlapping of addresses.
After turning on the power, the indoor unit’s address is displayed when the Air
Conditioner No. button on the remote control is pressed, so check if the indoor unit
addresses is displayed in the remote control’s display when the
and
buttons
are pressed to select each unit.
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Rotary
switch
Super link adapter connection
See the super link adapter’s manual concerning connections to the super link adapter.
1 Cut jumper wire (J2) on the circuit board.
Caution: This device cannot be used together with the wireless remote
control which is supplied with the indoor unit.
Jumper wire (J2)
2 Connections between the interface and super link adapter
Interface side
Super link
adapter
terminal block
Z
Y
X
Z terminal: black wire
Y terminal: white wire
X terminal: red wire
Names of recommended signal wires
No.
Z
Y
X
Super link
adapter
1
Shielded wire
2
Vinyl cabtyre round cord
3
Vinyl cabtyre round cable
4
Vinyl insulated wirevinyl sheathed cable for control
Within 200 m
Within 300 m
Within 400 m
Within 600 m
0.5 mm2 × 3 cores
0.75 mm2 × 3 cores
1.25 mm2 × 3 cores
2.0 mm2 × 3 cores
3 Fasten the super link adapter cable with clamps.
CNT connector functions
Turning the contacts ON/OFF, the off/running status of the air conditioner can be monitored from the External control unit (remote display).
1 Connect a locally procured remote control
unit to the CNT terminal.
2 In case of the pulse input, cut off the
0.3 mm2 (Keep the distance between the relay and the CNT terminal within 2 m.)
jumper wire “J1” on the main unit PCB.
3 When setting at Operation
1
permission/prohibition Mode, cut off the
jumper wire “J3”.
CNT connector
Common
2
XR1
3
XR2
4
XR3
5
XR4
6
Input
Output
XR1
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
XR5
Content
Output 2 Heating output ON output (XR2 = ON) during heating operation
Compressor
operation output
Output 2
Output 3
Power supply
DC 12/24 V
or
AC 220~240V
Output 4
Input
XR1~4 are for the DC 12V relay
XR5 is a DC 12/24 or AC 220~240V relay
CNT connector (local) maker, model
Output 1 Operation output ON output (XR1 = ON) during air conditioner operation
Output 3
Output 1
ON output (XR3 = ON) during compressor operation
Connector
Molex
5264-06
Terminals
Molex
5263T
Output 4 Malfunction output ON output (XR4 = ON) during an abnormal stop
Level input External control
(At shipment) (At shipment)
Level input Operation permission
(At shipment) /prohibition (J3 cut)
XR5 OFF
XR5 ON
ON Air conditioner ON
OFF Air conditioner OFF
OFF
ON
ON Air conditioner OFF
OFF Air conditioner OFF
XR5
XR5
Remote
Input control input
Pulse input External control XR5
(J1 cut) (At shipment)
Air conditioner ON/OFF is inverted
depending on the pulse signal at OFF
Jumper wire (J3)
Jumper wire (J1)
ON.
Pulse input Operation permission XR5 Air conditioner ON/OFF is inverted
(J1 cut) /prohibition (J3 cut)
depending on the pulse signal at OFF ON.
In the operation permited/prohibited mode, remote control operations are allowed only when the input is turned ON.
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Interface installation
Install the interface so that the connection cable can reach the indoor unit
(approximately 1.3 m).
If the connection cable is extended, operation will be faulty, so do not
extend the cable.
Fasten the unit to a wall, pillar or similar location.
Wiring inlet
Use a side cutter or similar tool to open the
thin knockouts in the case for running wires.
Wiring inlet
If the unit is mounted directly to a wall
1Mount the lower case of the interface
unit to a flat surface using the wood
screws supplied with the unit.
2Mount the upper case.
2 Mount the upper case
1 Fasten it to a wall or pillar
(2 wood screws)
Recessing the unit in a wall
Connection cable
1Recess the electrical box (procured locally) and
each connection cable inside the wall.
2Fasten the lower case of the interface unit to the
electrical box using screws (M4 screws,
procured locally).
3Mount the upper case to the lower case.
1 Recess the electrical box and
2Fasten it to the electrical box.
connection cables
Electrical box
(procured locally)
3 Mount the upper case
2 M4 screws
(procured locally)
Mounting with the mounting bracket
1Mount the interface unit’s upper case.
2Mount the mounting bracket to the
interface unit using the tapping screws
supplied with the unit.
3Mount the mounting bracket to a wall
surface, etc. using the wood screws
provided.
2 Mount the mounting bracket
on the interface unit.
(3 tapping screws)
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3 Mount the bracket on a wall or pillar
(2 wood screws)
7.2
Wired remote control
The figure below shows the remote control with the cover opened. Note that all the items that may be displayed in the liquid crystal display
area are shown in the figure for the sake of explanation.
Characters displayed with dots in the liquid crystal display area are abbreviated.
Note (1) The SKM, STM, SRRM models don't support the switches and functions displayed in z x.
Pull the cover downward to open it.
Central control display
zVent Indicatorx
Displayed when the air conditioning
system is controlled by the option controller.
Cannot be used.
Weekly timer display
Displays the settings of
the weekly timer.
Timer operation display
Displays the settings related to
timer operation.
Operation setting display area
Temperature setting switches
Operation/Check indicator light
These switches are used to set
the temperature of the room.
During operation: Lit in green
In case of error: Flashing in red
TIMER switch
Operation/Stop switch
This switch is used to select
a timer mode.
(The comfortable timer or sleep
operation cannot be selected.)
This switch is used to operate and
stop the air conditioning system.
Press the switch once to operate
the system and press it once again to
stop the system.
Displays setting temperature,
airflow volume, operation mode and
operation message.
MODE switch
This switch is used to switch between
operation modes.
(The clean operation cannot be selected.)
FAN SPEED switch
Timer setting switches
This switch is used to set the
airflow volume.
(AUTO, HI POWER or ECONO
cannot be selected.)
These switches are used to set
the timer mode and time.
zVENT switchx
Cannot be used.
zGRILL switchx
Cannot be used.
LOUVER switch
Displays the number of the connected
air conditioning system.
This switch is used to operate/stop
the swing louver.
(Up/down swing only)
This button is not used for SRRM-ZF series.
(Air flow direction adjustment can not
be performed. )
zCHECK switchx
SET switch
Cannot be used.
This switch is used to apply the timer
operation setting.
This switch is also used to make silent
mode operation settings.
AIR CON No. (Air conditioning system No.) switch
zRESET switchx
TEST switch
Cannot be used.
This switch is used during drain motor forced operation
(STM, SRRM only)
* If you press any of the switches above and “
But it does not mean a failure.
INVALID OPER” is display, the switch has no function.
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(1) Wired remote control connection
Please see the instructions in the wired remote control’s manual concerning connections to the wired remote control.
Note (1) Refer to “7.1 Interface kit” when connecting the wired remote control to SKM models 20 - 50.
1 Cut jumper wire “J2 (WIRED REMOCON)” on the indoor unit's printed circuit
board.
Jumper wire (J2)
Caution: Both the wired remote control and the wireless remote control supplied with the
indoor unit cannot be used together.
EXTERNAL INPUT
WIRED REMOCON
OPE PERMISSION
CUSTOM
AUTO RESTART
LO TEMP
DIRT PREVENT
COOL ONLY
HI CEIL
PANEL
50/60
2 Connect the indoor unit’s printed circuit board and remote control.
The terminals have polarity, so be sure to connect the wires to the corresponding terminal on each end.
Be sure to strip off the only the proper length of sheath material from each connection cable in the interface unit.
Indoor unit
side
Wired
terminal
block
Z
Y
X
Z terminal: black wire
Y terminal: white wire
X terminal: red wire
Connection cable
0.3 mm2 (recommended)
~ 0.5 mm2 (maximum)
Z
Y
X
Strip off the sheath material from the connection
cable wires inside the wired remote control case.
Remote
control
terminal
block
The length of wire with the sheathing removed
should be as shown below for each wire.
Black: 195 mm
White: 205 mm
Red: 215 mm
Sheath material
removal length
Cautions when extending the connection cable length
• The maximum total length should be 600 m.
• Be sure to use shielded cable. (Type: 0.3 mm2 × 3 cores)
• If the extended length exceeds 100m, change the wire size to the following sizes. However, inside
the remote control case, the maximum wire size should be 0.5 mm2 or less. Change the wire size in
accordance with the wires connected near the outside.
Within 100 ~ 200 m ······ 0.5 mm2 × 3 cores
Within
300 m ···· 0.75 mm2 × 3 cores
Within
400 m ···· 1.25 mm2 × 3 cores
Within
600 m ······ 2.0 mm2 × 3 cores
3 Fasten the connection cables with clamps.
Control of multiple units with a remote control
Multiple units (up to 16 units) can be controlled with a single remote control.
1 For group control, install connection cables between the unit and package air conditioner indoor units.
• Connect the cables to terminals X, Y and Z in the indoor unit. Each terminal has polarity, so be sure to connect wires to the
corresponding terminals at each end.
• Use cables with a size of 0.5 mm2 or larger. (cables that are large enough to endure the
routing required)
• Keep the total length of connection cables and remote control wiring to within 600 m.
2 Set the address in each unit.
EXTERNAL INPUT
Set the address of using the rotary switch on the indoor unit's printed circuit board inside
each unit. (“0” ~ “F”)
Set the addresses in each group so that there is no overlapping of addresses.
After turning on the power, the indoor unit’s address is displayed when the Air
Conditioner No. button on the remote control is pressed, so check if the indoor unit
addresses is displayed in the remote control’s display when the
and
buttons
are pressed to select each unit.
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WIRED REMOCON
OPE PERMISSION
CUSTOM
AUTO RESTART
LO TEMP
DIRT PREVENT
COOL ONLY
HI CEIL
PANEL
50/60
Rotary
switch
The length of each wire that should be left after
a sheath is removed is as follows:
(2) Installation of wired remote control
(a) Selection of installation location
Avoid the following locations
1) Direct sunlight.
2) Close to heating device.
3) Highly humid or water splashing area.
4) Uneven surface.
Length of the
section where a
sheath is removed
Black: 195mm, White: 205mm, Red: 125mm
f) Replace the top casing as before.
g) Use a cord clamp to attach the remote control
cord to the wall.
h) Set the functions according to the types of
indoor unit. (Refer to 112 page).
2) Recessed fitting
a) The Electrical box and remote control (shield wire
must be use in case of extension) are first
embedded.
(b) Installation procedure
1) Exposed fiting
a) Open the remote control cover and unscrew
the screw located beneath the switch.
Upper
Screw
Remote
control cord
b) Open the remote control case.
Lower case
Electrical box
Not included
Cable outlet
Lower
Upper
Cut off with a knife or the like thin walled parts
intended for screw holes, and then fix it with
screws.
• Put a screw driver (flat-head) into the concavity
made on the upper part of a remote control and
twist it lightly to open the casing.
c) The cord of a remote control can only be
pulled out in the upward direction.
Lower
Cable outlet
Thin walled part
b) Remove the upper case to the remote control.
c) Attach the lower case to the Electricl box with
two M4 screws. (Head diameter must be 8 mm).
Choose either of the following two positions in
fixing it with screws.
d) Connect the remote control cord to the remote
control.
Refer to [Exposed fitting].
e) Installation work is completed by replacing the
top casing onto the bottom casing as before.
f) Set the function switch according to the type of
the indoor unit. (Refer to 112 page)
Upper
Lower case
Lower
• Cut off with nippers or a knife a thin walled
part made on the upper end of the rmote control
bottom casing, and then remove burrs with a
file or the like.
d) Fix the remote control bottom casing onto a
wall with two wood screws supplied as accessories.
Upper
Lower case
Two M4 screws
(Head diameter must be 8mm)
(not included)
Lower
e) Connect the remote control to the terminal
block. Connect the terminals of the remote
control to the indoor unit (SKM20~50 :
interface kit) with the same numbers. Because
the terminal block has polarity, the device
becomes inoperative if there are wrong
connections.
Precation in Extending the Remote control cord
Maximum total extension 600m.
The cord should be a shielded wire.
● For all types : 0.3mm2 × 3 cores
t
Note (1) Use cables up to 0.5mm2 (maximum) for those laid inside
the remote control unit casing and connect to a different
size cable at a vicinity point outside the remote control unit,
if necessary.
100.Within 100-200m…………0.55 mm2 × 3 cores
Within 300m…………0.75 mm2 × 3 cores
Within 400m…………1.25 mm2 × 3 cores
Within 600m…………2.05 mm2 × 3 cores
Terminals: xRed wire, YWhite wire, ZBlack wire
Upper
Upper case
Board
Red White Black
X Y Z
Lower
● The shielded wire should be grounded at one side only.
Earth wiring
Wiring
• Use a cord of 0.3mm 2 (recommended) 0.5mm2 (maximum) for a remote control cord.
Remove a sheathe of the remote control cord
for the section laid within the remote control
casing.
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Indoor unit
(SKM20~50 : Interface kit)
(This side is not grounded)
Remote control cord
(Shielded wire)
Remote control
switch
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(3) Setting functions using the wired remote control
(a) The default settings of this unit's functions are as follows: If you want to change a setting, follow the procedure found in the
installation manual and set to your desired setting.
For the method of setting, please refer to the installation manual of a remote control unit.
1 Remote control unit functions (
Function
number A
Function description B
FUNCTION
Setting C
Function
number A
Default
setting
INVALID
z01x
GRILLE
(
Grille lift
SET panel setting
)
2 Indoor unit functions (I/U FUNCTION
)
z01x
50Hz AREA ONLY
Function description B
Setting C
STANDARD (Mild mode)
Hi CEILING SET
Hi CEILING 1 (Powerful mode)
60Hz AREA ONLY
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
z09x
10
INVALID
04
INVALID
13
INVALID
VALID
LOUVER S/W
INVALID
VALID
TIMER S/W
INVALID
(
SENSOR OFF (Invalid)
)
Remote control
SENSOR S/W
sensor setting
SENSOR ON (Valid)
INVALID
POWER FAILURE
COMPENSATION SET
VALID
VENTI SET
*
EXTERNAL INPUT SET
NORMAL OPERATION
06
OPERATION PERMISSION
PROHIBITED
z07x
ROOM TEMP OFFSET
(Heating room temperature offset)
NORMAL OPERATION
z08x
Heating
FAN CONTROL fan control
DISP CHANGE
TEMP RANGE SET
NO DISP CHANGE
(
Indoor unit
I/U FAN SPEED fan speed setting
)
FREEZE PREVENT TEMP
z10x
FREEZE PREVENT CONTROL
3 FAN SPEED
2 FAN SPEED
COOLING ONLY
EXTERNAL CONTROL SET
16
ERROR DISP SET
z18x
(
˚C/˚F SET
INDIVIDUAL OPERATION
SAME OPERATION FOR ALL UNITS
ERROR DISP
NO ERROR DISP
)
VALID
TEMP SHIFT +3˚C
)
LOW FAN
STOP→LOW FAN (Intermittent operation)
*
TEMP Hi
z09x
HEAT PUMP
MODEL TYPE
(
PULSE INPUT
TEMP Lo
FAN CONTROL ON
FAN CONTROL OFF
Notes(1) Setting marked with [䡬] are the default setting.
(2) Setting marked with [*] are those that are set automatically
according to an indoor unit or an outdoor unit connected.
Please check default settings with the indoor unit's installation
manual.
(3) The SKM, STM, SRRM model cannot set the items described in
z x in the function number A.
VENTI LINK SET
15
17
)
05
VALID
FANSPEED S/W
Louver
POSITION
control setting
(
LEVEL INPUT
INVALID
1 FAN SPEED
14
Louver control FIX (1 OF 4) (4 positiion stop)
POSITION setting
IN MOTION (Free stop)
VALID
ON/OFF ON/OFF S/W
*
1000H→STOP
NO VENTI LINK
12
AFTER 600H
AFTER 1000H
VALID
NO VENTI
z11x
FILTER SIGN SET
VALID
MODE S/W
*
AFTER 180H
z03x
AUTO RUN OFF
TEMP S/W
Default
setting
NO DISPLAY
AUTO RUN ON
AUTO RUN SET
)
FIX (1 OF 4) (4 position stop)
IN MOTION (Free stop)
˚C
˚F
Notes(1) Setting marked with [䡬] are the default setting.
(2) Setting marked with [*] are those that are set automatically
according to an indoor unit or an outdoor unit connected.
Please check default settings with the indoor unit's installation
manual.
POSITION” is changed, please also
(3) When Item 17 : “
change Item 04 “
POSITION” setting found in
“Indoor unit functions”.
(4) The SKM, STM, SRRM model cannot set the items described in
z x in the function number A.
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(b) Function setting method
Operating guide message
Function description: B , Settting: C
1) Stop the air conditioner
Function number: A
2) Press the SET and MODE buttons simultaneously
for 3 seconds or longer.
The screen display will be switched as follows:
Confirm Button
SELECT ITEM”
“
“
AUTO RUN SET
SET”
Finish Button
”
“FUNCTION SET
Start Button
FUNCTION SET
Selector button
3) Press the SET button.
The unit will enter the function setting mode. The
screen display will change to “
Indoor unit selector button
FUNCTION
Previous screen button
”.
FUNCTION
4) Check which category your desired setting belongs to, “
FUNCTION
5) Press either
(Remote control unit function)” or “I/U
” (Indoor unit function).
or
button.
FUNCTION
Select either “
” or “I/U FUNCTION
FUNCTION
”.
I/U FUNCTION
6) Press the SET button.
FUNCTION
When “
” is selected.
1 “DATA LOADING” (blinking)
“
FUNCTION”
SET” (Function number: A, Function description: B)
“01 GRILLE
The screen display will be switched like this.
2 Press either
or
button.
“Function number: A, Function description: B ”from the list of remote control unit functions will be displayed one by
one. Select a desired function.
3 Press the SET button.
The screen display will be switched as follows:
“
SETTING”
4 Press either
or
“Setting: C” (ex. “AUTO RUN ON”)
button.
A list of “Settings: C” will be displayed one by one. Select your desired setting.
5 Press the SET button.
The selected setting is displayed
* When “
AUTO RUN SET ” is selected.
for 2 seconds, then followed by
Function number: A
“SET COMPLETE” and the
function setting process is completed.
AUTO RUN SET
Function description: B
AUTO RUN ON
Setting: C
Then the screen display will be
swiched to “Function number:
A, Function description: B,” so
if you want to continue to set another function, repeat the steps as
explained above.
AUTO RUN ON
AUTO RUN OFF
To finish the function setting pro-
SET COMPLETE
cess, please proceed to Step 7).
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When “I/U FUNCTION ” is selected.
1 The screen display will be switched as follows:
“
SET” “I/U No.00” (blinking)
I/U SELECT”
“
I/U No.00
or
button.
2 Press either
Select the indoor unit number that you want to change settings. If only one indoor unit is connected, the indoor unit
number will not charge, so please proceed to Step 3.
If “ALL I/U
” is selected while indoor group control is in effect, you can set all units to the same settings.
3 Press the SET button.
Indoor unit number indication will change from blinking to lit continuously, The screen display will be switched as
follows:
"DATA LOADING" (blinking for about 2 to 23 seconds)
“
FUNCTION”
“05 EXTERNAL INPUT SET”
(Function number: A, Function description: B)
* When “
EXTERNAL INPUT SET” is selected.
Function number: A
EXTERNAL INPUT SET
Function description: B
4 Press either
or
button.
“Function number: A, Function description: B” from the list of indoor unit functions will be displayed one by one.
Select a desired function.
5 Press the SET button.
The screen display will be switched as follows: “
SETTING”
“Setting: C” (ex. “LEVEL INPUT”)
LEVEL INPUT
Settings: C
6 Press either
or
button.
A list “Setting: C” will be displayed one by one. Select your desired setting.
7 Press the SET button.
The selected setting is displayed for 2 seconds, then followed by “SET COMPLETE” and the function setting process is
completed.
Then the screen display will be switched to “Function number: A, Function description: B” so if you want to continue to set
another function, repeat the stepa as explained above. To finish the function setting process, please proceed to Step 8.
8 Press AIR CON No. button.
The screen display will go back to the indoor unit selection screen (ex. “ I/U No.00”).
7) Press the ON/OFF button.
This ends a function setting process. Even if a function setting process is not completed, this ends the process.
Please note that any setting that is not completed will become void.
¡ Pressing the RESET button during a function setting process will allow you to go back the previous
step. Please note that any setting that is not completed will become void.
¡ Method of checking the current setting
While following the above mentioned step, the setting that appears when the SET button is pressed for each “Function
number: A, Function description: B” is the current setting “Stting: C”. (When "ALL I/U " is selected, the setting
of the indoor unit with the lowest number is displayed)
¡ Settings are stored in the controller and not lost even a power outage occurs.
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(c) Changing the remote control set temperature range
1) It is possible to change the set temperature range using the remote control.
a) The upper and lower set temperature limits can be set from the remote control.
Upper limit value setting: Effective during heating. The temperature can be set within a range of 20~30ºC.
Lower limit value setting: Effective when running in modes other than the heating mode (AUTO, COOL, FAN, DRY): The
temperature can be set within a range of 18~26ºC.
b) If the upper and lower limits are set using this function, the following controls are active.
2) When and BTEMP RANGE SET under “ FUNCTION” the function setting mode is DISP CHANGE
a) If you are setting the upper limit,
q If a temperature that is greater than the upper limit during heating is set from the remote control.
The unit runs for 30 minutes at the set temperature, then it automatically transmits the upper limit temperature. The
display on the remote control also approaches that temperature.
w During heating, if the upper limit value is set at a temperature below the upper limit value:
The set temperature is transmitted.
b) If the lower limit is set
q If a temperature that is lower than the lower limit value is set from the remote control. When running in an operation
mode other than the heating mode: the unit runs at the set temperature for 30 minutes, then it automatically transmits the lower limit temperature.
w If a temperature that is higher than the lower limit value is set when running in a mode other than the heating mode:
It transmits the set temperature.
3) When and BTEMP RANGE SET under the “ FUNCTION” the function setting mode is NO DISP CHANGE.
a) If the upper limit is set
q During heating, if a temperature that is higher than the upper limit is set from the remote control:
The upper limit value is transmitted. However, the remote control display does not approach the upper limit value,
but remains on the set temperature.
w During heating, if the temperature is set at a value lower than the upper limit value:
The set temperature is transmitted.
b) If the lower limit is set
q When in an operating mode other than the heating mode, if a temperature that is lower than the lower limit value is
set from the remote control:
The lower limit value is transmitted. However, the remote control display does not approach the lower limit value,
but remains on the set temperature.
w When in an operating mode other than the heating mode, if a temperature that is higher than the lower limit value is set:
The set temperature is transmitted.
4) Setting the upper and lower limit values
a) Stop the air conditioner, then press the SET and MODE buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds or longer. If you press “
” the display changes.
SELECT ITEM”
“
SET”
“FUNCTION SET
b) Press the
button, then change the “TEMP RANGE “ display.
c) Press the SET button and enter the temperature range setting mode.
d) Using the
” or “Lo LIMIT SET ,” then fix it by pressing SET.
buttons, select the “Hi LIMIT SET
e) If you selected “Hi LIMIT SET,” (enabled during heating)
q “
SET UP”
“Hi LIMIT 28°C
” (blinking) is displayed.
w Using the “
” temperature setting buttons, select the upper limit value. Display Example: “Hi LIMIT 26ºC
“ (blinking)
e Press the SET button to fix the setting. Display example: “Hi LIMIT 26ºC” (lights up for 2 seconds)
After the fixed upper limit value lights up for 2 seconds, the display returns to the “Hi LIMIT SET ” display in
item d).
f) If “Lo LIMIT SET ” was selected (enabled during COOL, DRY and FAN)
q “
SET UP”
“Lo LIMIT 20°C
” (blinking) is displayed.
w Using the
temperature setting buttons, select the lower limit. Display example: “Lo LIMIT 24ºC
” (blinking)
e Press the SET button to fix the setting. Display example: “Lo LIMIT 24ºC” (lights up for 2 seconds)
After the fixed lower limit value lights up for 2 seconds, the display returns to the “Lo LIMIT SET ” display in
item d).
g) Pressing the ON/OFF button stops the operation.
(Operation stops even if the ON/OFF button is pressed during setting, and the stopped state returns. However, if setting is
not completed, it is not valid, so use caution.)
S If the RESET button is pressed during setting, the previous setting screen is displayed.
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• If the RESET button is pressed during a setting operation, the display returns to the previously displayed setting screen.
However, settings which have not been fixed become invalid, so exercise caution.
* If “NO DISP CHANGE” is selected in No. 12, “TEMP RANGE SET” of the remote control’s functions, of the function
setting modes, the remote control’s display does not change even if the temperature range has been changed.
(Example) If the upper limit is set at 28°C
Function No. A
Setting Contents C
Control Contents
DISP CHANGE
The remote control’s display and sent
data upper limit changes to 28°C.
NO DISP CHANGE
The remote control’s display upper limit
remains at 30°C and only the upper limit
of the sent data is changed to 28°C.
TEMP RANGE SET
12
7.3
Function Contents B
Super link adapter (SC-AD-ER)
(1) Functions
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Transmits the settings from the Super link option to the indoor units.
Returns the priority indoor unit data in response to a data request from the Super link option.
Inspects the error status of connected indoor units and transmits the inspection codes to the Super link option.
A maximum of 16 units can be controlled (if in the same operation mode).
(2) Wiring connection diagram
Connection to super link
(total length of wires: 1000 m maximum)
0.75 ~ 2.0 mm2 2-core
SC-AD-ER
A
B
X
LED-R LED-G
Master/Slave address
Y
Z
Blue
No.
1
2
3
4
Blue
Red
White
Black
X
Y
Z
S SKM20~50 model
connection to the terminal block for interface kit (polar)
S SKM60·71, STM, SRRM model
connection to the terminal block for indoor unit (polar)
(total length of wires: 600 m maximum)
Network address [00] ~ [47]
Master/Slave Address
SW 3-1
ON
Master
OFF
Slave
1)
2)
Name ot the recommended signal wire
Shielding wire
Vinylcabtire round cord
Vinyl cabtire round cable
Control vinyl insulated, vinyl sheath cable
Shielding wires:
100 ~ 200 m .................
~ 300 m .................
~ 400 m .................
~ 600 m .................
0.5 mm2 × 3-core wires
0.75 mm2 × 3-core wires
1.25 mm2 × 3-core wires
2.0 mm2 × 3-core wires
● Make sure to ground one side only of the shielding wire.
Set the super link network address with SW1 (10-position) and SW2 (1-position).
Without a remote control (no wired remote control and no wireless remote control), set SC-AD-ER SW3-1 to ON
(Master).
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(3) Super link adapter connection
See the super link adapter’s manual concerning connections to the super link adapter.
Note (1) Refer to “7.1 Interface kit” when connecting the super link adapter to SKM models 20 - 50.
1 Cut jumper wire (J2) on the indoor unit's printed circuit board.
Jumper wire (J2)
Caution: This device cannot be used together with the wireless remote
control which is supplied with the indoor unit.
EXTERNAL INPUT
WIRED REMOCON
OPE PERMISSION
CUSTOM
AUTO RESTART
LO TEMP
DIRT PREVENT
COOL ONLY
HI CEIL
PANEL
50/60
2 Connections between the indoor unit’s printed circuit board and
super link adapter
Indoor unit side
Super link
adapter
terminal block
Z
Y
X
Z terminal: black wire
Y terminal: white wire
X terminal: red wire
Z
Y
X
No.
Super link
adapter
Names of recommended signal wires
1
Shielded wire
2
Vinyl cabtyre round cord
3
Vinyl cabtyre round cable
4
Vinyl insulated wirevinyl sheathed cable for control
Within 200 m 0.5 mm2 × 3 cores
Within 300 m 0.75 mm2 × 3 cores
Within 400 m 1.25 mm2 × 3 cores
Within 600 m 2.0 mm2 × 3 cores
3 Fasten the super link adapter cable with clamps.
Basic Connections ( SKM20 ~ 50 model )
Basic Connections ( SKM60·71, STM, SRRM model )
Outdoor unit 1 2 3
Internal/external Crossing
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit 1 2 3
Internal/external Crossing
1 2 3
Indoor unit
Interface kit (SC-BIK-E)
X Y Z
X Y Z
Super link adapter
(SC-AD-ER)
A B
X Y Z
X Y Z
Wired remote control
(RC-E1R) X Y Z
Super link adapter
(SC-AD-ER)
A B
X Y Z
Network A B
options
1 2 3
X Y Z
Wired remote control
(RC-E1R) X Y Z
Network A B
options
Example
Connections of SCM model ( for 4 room )
Outdoor unit
1 2 3
Indoor unit
1 2 3
1 2 3
Indoor unit
1 2 3
1 2 3
1 2 3
Indoor unit
X Y Z
Interface kit (SC-BIK-E)
X Y Z
X Y Z
1 2 3
X Y Z
Indoor unit
X Y Z
1 2 3
X Y Z
Interface kit (SC-BIK-E)
X Y Z
X Y Z
Super link adapter
(SC-AD-ER)
A B
X Y Z
Wired remote control
(RC-E1R) X Y Z
Network A B
options
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(4) Installation
(a) Accessories
Printed circuit board
Metal box
Metal cover
Insulating rubber sheet
Pan head screw
Locking support
Band
ø4 × 8r 2 units
for fixing the printed circuit board
for binding wires, 5 pieces
made of nylon
Binding band
4 units
(b) Metal box dimension
85
35
40
30
70
100
90
5
22.5
2-ø6
(c) Installation Outline
1) Secure the installing board to the metal box
with the locking supports.
2) The wires are put through a grommet and
bound into a bundle with a binding band.
3) Attaching to the outside of a
indoor unit.
4) Attaching to the back of a
wired remote control.
SC-AD-ER Board
Binding band
s In this case, attach the metal cover.
Locking support (4 locations)
(5) Inspection Displays
s In this case, attach directly to the
lower case of the wired remote
control.
Check the green LED and red LED flashing at the SC-AD-ER board.
SC-AD-ER board LED
Red
Green
light off
flashing
light off
light off
1 flashing
flashing
2 flashings
flashing
3 flashings
flashing
4 flashings
flashings
flashing
flashing
Inspection mode
Normal communication
• Open circuit at the wired remote control signal wire (X) or (Z).
• Short circuit at the wired remote control signal wire. (between X - Z)
• Power source of the indoor wired remote control is out of order.
• Open circuit at the super link signal wire (A) or (B).
• Short circuit at the super link signal wire. (between A - B)
• The super link circuit is out of order.
• Poor SC-AD-ER board address setting. (setting at No. 48 or 49)
• Open circuit at the wired remote control signal wire (Y).
• Short circuit at the wired remote control signal wire. (between X - Y or between X - Z)
• In the case of opening without a wired remote control, SC-AD-ER board “Master” setting is not performed.
• The wired remote control signal circuit is out of order.
• The address is repeated in the SC-AD-ER board and the indoor unit connected to the link network.
• The address is repeated in the SC-AD-ER board and the outdoor unit connected to the link network.
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Display on the
central control device
of the network
E1
E2
E31
7.4
Ducted type (SRRM) optional parts
Table of optional parts
1 Bottom air inlet grille set
RTS12
2 Rear inlet filter set
RBF12
3 Duct joint for air outlet plate
RFJ22
4 Drain up kit
RDU12E
(1) Bottom air inlet grille set
(a) Part No.: RTS12
(b) Parts list
Name
Qty.
Air inlet grille
1
Duct for air inlet grille
1
Tapping screw
10
Pan-head screws
4
Unit: mm
(c) Installation
2
2
2
10
782 (Panel dimensions)
10
Ceiling surface
(d)
230
Indoor unit
2
762 (Ceiling opening dimensions)
11.5
80 ~ 100
Indoor unit
10
455
11
(10)
740
Air outlet side
11
Installation procedure
1) Mount the duct for the air inlet grille to the indoor unit
using the 10 tapping screws provided. The tapping screws
on the drain pan receiver side are also used for mounting
the duct for the air inlet grille. They must first be removed
and reinstalled after the duct for the air inlet grille is in
place. A guideline for the height is to secure the assembly
so that the lower surface of the duct for the intake grille is
approximately 10 mm above the bottom surface of the
ceiling.
2) Remove the center screw for the air inlet grille and open
the grille as shown in the illustration. Next, insert the air
inlet grille into the duct for the air inlet grille and secure it
with the pan-head screws (the long screws).
3) Use the pan-head screws to make the small adjustments
in height. The height dimension on the installation diagram allows for adjustment within range of 80 to 100 mm.
If the pan-head screws are completely tightened, the height
will be 80 mm.
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258 (Ceiling opening dimensions)
10
278 (Ceiling opening dimensions)
Indoor unit
(Drain pan receiver)
Duct for air inlet grille
Tapping screw
Pan-head screw
Air inlet grille
Pan-head screw
(2) Rear inlet filter set
(a) Part No.: RBF12
Indoor unit
Filter set
Bracket for filter fixing
Hanger metal
(b) Installation
Do not use this filter set alone.
There are two inlet ports: lower inlet port (normal) and rear inlet port.
1) Detach the rear panel and the hanger metal screwad onto the rear
Tappping screw
panel from an indoor unit.
2) Attach the removed hanger metal to the frame of the filter set with small panhead
screws. (One screw each on the right and left sides of the frame is designed to fasten them together onto the main unit).
3) Attach the filter set onto the point where the rear panel was attached with tapping screws. (The rear panel will become of
no use anymore)
(3) Duct joint for air outlet plate
(a) Part No.: RFJ22
This duct joint is to be used for the connection of a round duct (ø 150 mm) to an indoor unit.
(b) Part list
Name
Duct joint
Qty.
1
Tapping screws
8
Heat insulation materials (15x15x t3)
60
Unit: mm
230
(c) Installation
97
455
Indoor unit
(Flat surface drawing)
215
310
215
125
570
310
130
97
ø 150
95
190
95
130
Round duct connection port
Duct joint
(d) Installation procedure
Use the tapping screws to mount the duct joint to
the front of the indoor unit. Use care to prevent
gaps from forming at the joining surfaces with
the indoor unit. Use insulation at the connecting
areas between a round duct and the duct joint to
Tapping screws
(8 locations)
prevent condensation.
Indoor unit
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Air flow and external static pressure characteristics (Heating: Hi)
SRRM25ZE-S
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30
20
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
& '( %)%!
Air inlet grille air flow and friction loss characteristics
(Part No.: RTS12)
0
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#
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8
9
10
Air flow (m3/min)
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(4) Drain up kit
(a) Part No. : RDU12E
(b) Accessories
No.
Name
Qty.
1
Drain pump
1
2
Drain hose
1
3
Hose clamp
1
4
Tapping screw
4
(c) Installation of drain up kit
455
267
176
62
Max. 500
186
124
24
Control
224
Indoor unit
254
230
740
Unit: mm
VIEW A
Fitting for drain hose
Vinyl chloride pipe VP-25
A
4 Tapping screw
(d) Installation of drain up kit
1) Fix the drain up kit on the right side of the
inside unit with tap screws.
2) Insert the drain hose fully and securely to
the drain sockets of the inside unit and the
drain up kit.
3) Connect the drain up kit’s connectors for the
drain pump (red color 2P) and the float
switch (black 2P) to the connectors of the
control box. (The control box’s connectors
for the drain pump and the float switch are
also red and black respectively.) Note that
the control’s connector for the float switch
is already connected to the inside unit’s connector for the float switch, so disconnect
them and connect it to the drain up kit’s connector for the float switch .
WH
BK
2 Drain hose
BK
RD
For indoor unit
WH BK
RD
RD
BU
BU
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RD
WH
For indoor unit
For float switch
YE
For drain pump
4)
Use hard PVC general purpose pipes VP-25 sold in the market
3 Hose clamp
for drain pipes after draining up.
5)
Tighten the PVC pipe securely with the attached clamp after
inserting it in the drain socket.
6)
Drain hose
The drain pipe must have downward inclination gradient of 1/
100 or more, and take care not to make a trap or uphill pass.
7)
Up hill
pass
When connecting the drain pipe, take care not to apply force on
the pipe of the unit, and clamp the pipe as close as possible to
Trap
the unit.
8)
Don’t attach air purge pipe, because the drain might spout.
9)
Be sure to provide heat insulation to the indoor side drain pipe.
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Down gradient
(1/100 or more)
8
REFRIGERANT PIPING INSTALLATION/SERVICING
MANUAL FOR AIR CONDITIONERS USING R410A
(These materials are extracted from document issued by The Japan Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Industry Association)
8.1
Outline
8.1.1 Refrigerant R410A
(1)
Adoption of R410A in air conditioners
In 1974, it was pointed out that the ozone layer in the upper stratosphere (about 20 ~ 40 km above ground) might have been
damaged by the ozone depleting substances such as CFC (chlorofluorocarbon) and HCFC (hydrochlorofluorocarbon). Since that
time, many countries across the world have endeavored to take countermeasures against the ozone depletion.
As a refrigerant belonging to the HCFCs, the conventional refrigerant (R22) used in air conditioners also tends to deplete the ozone
layer. Therefore, complying with the provisions of the international regulations (i.e. Montreal Protocol concerning the Ozone
Depleting Substances) and national laws & Regulations concerned, it is necessary to replace R22 with other types of refrigerant
which do not deplete the ozone layer.
A refrigerant composed of hydrogen (H), fluorine (F) and carbon (C), is called an HFC and does not deplete the ozone layer. One
HFC’s is R410A whose pressure is about 1.6 times higher than R22 and whose energy efficiency is almost comparable to that of
R22 at the same refrigerant temperature.
(2)
Chemical characteristics of R410A
a) Chemical stability
Like R22, R410A is a chemically stable, less toxic and non-flammable refrigerant. However, as in the case of R22, the specific
gravity of its vapour is larger than that of air and should it leak in an airtight room it may stay at a low level and cause an oxygen
starvation accident. It may also, should it come in direct contact with fire, cause a poisonous gas to occur, so be sure to handle
it only in a well ventilated area.
b) Composition changes (Pseudo-azeotropic characteristics)
R410A is a pseudo-azeotropic mixed refrigerant composed of two constituents - R32 and R125. “Quasi-azeotropic” condition
refers to a state in which the dew-point curve and boiling-point curve - gas-liquid equilibrium curves (pressure constant) almost lie on top of each other, and a multi-constituent refrigerant having this chemical characteristic incurs less composition
changes even when evaporation (or condensation) as a phase change occurs. Consequently, even when refrigerant leaks from
the gas phase somewhere in the piping installation, the composition of circulated refrigerant incurs less changes.
Therefore, R410A can be treated in almost a same manner as a mono-constituent refrigerant like R22 is treated. When actually
charging R410A, however, do so from the liquid phase side by taking into account the phenomenon that, when put in a
cylinder, the composition changes a little between gas and liquid phases.
c) Pressure characteristics
As shown in Table 2, since R410A’s vapor pressure is about 1.6 times higher than that of R22 at the same temperature, perform
installation/service with special tools and materials which are exclusive for R410A and can withstand high pressure.
Table 1. Comparison of thermophysical properties of R410A and
R22
Table 2. Comparison of saturated vapor pressure of
R410A and R22
R410A
Refrigerant
R32/R125
R22
Temperature (°C)
(50/50)
(100)
-20
0.30
0.14
Molecular weight
72.6
86.5
0
0.70
0.40
Boiling point (°C)
-51.4
-40.8
20
1.35
0.81
Vapor pressure (25°C, MPa)
1.56
0.94
40
2.32
1.43
Saturated vapor density (25°C, kg/m2)
64.0
44.4
60
3.73
2.33
Nonflammable
Nonflammable
65
4.15
2.60
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
0
0.055
Global warming potential (GWP)
1730
1700
Composition
(wt%)
Inflammability
Source: List of thermophysical properties complied by the Japan society of
refrigeration and air conditioning, NIST REFPROP V5.10, etc.
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R410A
unit: MPa
R22
R22
Source: List of thermophysical properties complied by the Japan
society of refrigeration and air conditioning, NIST
REFPROP V5.10, etc.
(3)
Lubricating oils for R410A
As the lubricating oils for R22, mineral oils, alkylbenze synthetic oils, etc. have so far been used. As R410A features less solubility
with these conventional lubricating oils such as mineral oils, the lubricating oils tend to stay within the refrigeration cycle. As the
lubricating oils highly soluble with R410A, ester, ethereal and other synthetic oils are available. However, as these synthetic oils
are very hygroscopic, they must be treated even more carefully than the conventional lubricating oils. Furthermore, if these synthetic oils are mixed with mineral oils, alkylbenzene synthetic oils, etc., they may deteriorate, and block the capillary tubes, or
cause the compressor to fail. So, never mix these synthetic oils.
8.1.2 Safety during installation/servicing
As R410A’s pressure is about 1.6 times higher than that of R22, improper installation/servicing may cause a serious trouble. By
using tools and materials exclusive for R410A, it is necessary to carry out installation/servicing safely while taking the following
precautions into consideration.
1) Never use refrigerant other than R410A in an air conditioner which is designed to operate with R410A.
2) If a refrigeration gas leakage occurs during installation/servicing, be sure to ventilate fully.
If the refrigerant gas comes into contact with fire, a poisonous gas may occur.
3) When installing or removing an air conditioner, do not allow air or moisture to remain in the refrigeration cycle. Otherwise,
pressure in the refrigeration cycle may become abnormally high so that a rupture or personal injury may be caused.
4) After completion of installation work, check to make sure that there is no refrigeration gas leakage.
If the refrigerant gas leaks into the room, coming into contact with fire in the fan driven heater, space heater, etc., a poisonous
gas may occur.
5) When an air conditioning system charged with a large volume of refrigerant (e.g.multi type air conditioner) is installed in a
small room, it is necessary to exercise care so that, even when refrigerant leaks, its concentration does not exceed the marginal
level.
If the refrigerant gas leakage occurs and its concentration exceeds the marginal level, an oxygen starvation accident may result.
6) Be sure to carry out installation or removal according to the installation manual.
Improper installation may cause refrigeration trouble, water leakage, electric shock, fire, etc.
7) Unauthorized modifications to the air conditioner may be dangerous. If a breakdown occurs please call a qualified air conditioner technician or electrician.
Improper repair’s may result in water leakage, electric shock and fire, etc.
8.2
Refrigerant piping installation
8.2.1 Piping materials and joints used
For the refrigerant piping installation, copper pipes and joints are mainly used. Copper pipes and joints suitable for the refrigerant
must be chosen and installed. Furthermore, it is necessary to use clean copper pipes and joints whose interior surfaces are less
affected by contaminants.
(1)
Copper pipes
It is necessary to use seamless copper pipes which are made of either copper or copper alloy and it is desirable that the amount of
residual oil is less than 40 mg/10m. Do not use copper pipes having a collapsed, deformed or discolored portion (especially on the
interior surface). Otherwise, the expansion valve or capillary tube may become blocked with contaminants.
As an air conditioner using R410A incurs pressure higher than when using R22, it is necessary to choose adequate materials.
Thicknesses of copper pipes used with R410A are as shown in Table 3. Never use copper pipes thinner than 0.8 mm even when it
is available on the market.
Table 3. Thicknesses of annealed copper pipes
Thickness (mm)
Nominal Outer diameter
R410A
[ref.] R22
6.35
0.80
0.80
9.52
0.80
0.80
1/2
12.70
0.80
0.80
5/8
15.88
1.00
1.00
diameter
(mm)
1/4
3/8
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(2)
Joints
For copper pipes, flare joints or socket joints are used. Prior to use, be sure to remove all contaminants.
a) Flare joints
Flare joints used to connect the copper pipes cannot be used for pipings whose outer diameter exceeds 20 mm. In such a case,
socket joints can be used.
Sizes of flare pipe ends, flare joint ends and flare nuts are as shown in Tables 5~8 (see on page 129, 130) below. Also, union,
half union, Tee-type union and elbow-type union shapes are generally used (see Fig 1).
Union
Tee
Half union
Elbow
Half elbow
Fig.1 Flare joints
b ) Socket joints
Socket joints are such that they are brazed for connections, and used mainly for thick pipings whose diameter is larger than 20 mm.
Thicknesses of socket joints are as shown in Table 4. Socket, elbow-type and tee-type shapes are generally used (see Fig. 2).
Table 4.Minimum thicknesses of socket joints
Nominal
Reference outer diameter
Minimum joint thickness
diameter
of copper pipe jointed (mm)
(mm)
1/4
6.35
0.50
3/8
9.52
0.60
1/2
12.70
0.70
5/8
15.88
0.80
Socket
90° elbow A type
Socket with
different diameter
90° elbow B type
Tee
Fitting reducer
Tee with
different diameter
Fig.2 Socket joints
8.2.2 Processing of piping materials
(1)
When performing the refrigerant piping installation, care should be taken to ensure that water or dust does not enter the pipe
interior, that no other oil other than lubricating oils used in the installed air conditioner is used, and that refrigerant does not leak.
When using lubricating oils in the piping processing, use such lubricating oils whose water content has been removed. When
stored, be sure to seal the container with an airtight cap or any other cover.
Flare processing procedures and precautions
a) Cutting the pipe
By means of a pipe cutter, slowly cut the pipe so that it is not deformed.
b) Removing burrs and chips
If the flared section has chips or burrs, refrigerant leakage may occur. Carefully remove all burrs and clean the cut surface
before installation.
c) Insertion of flare nut
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d) Flare processing
øD
Make certain that a clamp bar and copper pipe have been cleaned.
A
By means of the clamp bar, perform the flare processing correctly.
Use either a flare tool for R410A or conventional flare tool.
Flare processing dimensions differ according to the type of flare tool. Be careful. When using
a conventional flare tool, be sure to secure “dimension A” by using a gage for size adjustment.
Fig.3 Flare processing dimensions
Table 5. Dimensions related to flare processing for R410A
A (mm)
Nominal
diameter
Outer diameter
(mm)
Thickness
(mm)
Conventional flare tool
Flare tool for R410A
Clutch type
Clutch type
Wing nut type
1/4
6.35
0.8
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
1.5~2.0
3/8
9.52
0.8
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
1.5~2.0
1/2
12.70
0.8
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
2.0~2.5
5/8
15.88
1.0
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
2.0~2.5
Table 6. Dimensions related to flare processing for R22
A (mm)
Nominal
diameter
Outer diameter
(mm)
Thickness
(mm)
1/4
6.35
3/8
1/2
5/8
15.88
Conventional flare tool
Flare tool for R410A
Clutch type
Clutch type
0.8
0~0.5
0.5~1.0
1.0~1.5
9.52
0.8
0~0.5
0.5~1.0
1.0~1.5
12.70
0.8
0~0.5
0.5~1.0
1.5~2.0
1.0
0~0.5
0.5~1.0
1.5~2.0
Wing nut type
6°
~4
45°
B
C
A
D
43°
~45
°
Fig.4 Relations between flare nut and flare seal surface
Table 7. Flare and flare nut dimensions for R410A
[unit: mm]
Dimension (mm)
Nominal
diameter
Outer diameter
(mm)
Thickness
(mm)
1/4
6.35
0.8
9.1
9.2
6.5
13
17
3/8
9.52
0.8
13.2
13.5
9.7
20
22
1/2
12.70
0.8
16.6
16.0
12.9
23
26
5/8
15.88
1.0
19.7
19.0
16.0
25
29
A
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B
C
D
Flare nut width
Table 8. Flare and flare nut dimensions for R22
(2)
[unit: mm]
Dimension (mm)
Nominal
diameter
Outer diameter
(mm)
Thickness
(mm)
1/4
6.35
0.8
9.0
9.2
6.5
13
17
3/8
9.52
0.8
13.0
13.5
9.7
20
22
1/2
12.70
0.8
16.2
16.0
12.9
20
24
5/8
15.88
1.0
19.4
19.0
16.0
23
27
A
B
C
D
Flare nut width
Flare connecting procedures and precautions
a) Make sure that the flare and union portions do not have any scar or dust, etc.
b) Correctly align the processed flare surface with the union axis.
c) Tighten the flare with designated torque by means of a torque wrench. The tightening torque for R410A is same as that for
conventional R22. Incidentally, when the torque is weak, the gas leakage may occur. When it is strong, the flare nut may crack
and may be made nonremovable. When choosing the tightening torque, comply with values designated by manufacturers.
Table 9 shows reference values.
Note : When applying oil to the flare surface, be sure to use oil designated by the manufacturer. If any other oil is used, the lubricating oils may deteriorate and
cause the compressor to burn out.
Table 9. Tightening torque of flare for R410A [Reference values]
Nominal
diameter
Outer diameter
(mm)
Tightening torque
N·m (kgf·cm)
Tightening torque of torque
wrenches available on the
market N·m (kgf·cm)
1/4
6.35
14~18 (140~180)
16 (160), 18 (180)
3/8
9.52
33~42 (330~420)
42 (420)
1/2
12.70
50~62 (500~620)
55 (550)
5/8
15.88
63~77 (630~770)
65 (650)
8.2.3 Storage of piping materials
(1)
Types and storage of piping materials
Refrigerant piping materials for air conditioners are broadly classified into the following types.
Refrigerant piping
materials
with heat
insulation
without heat
insulation
(bare copper pipe)
General name
with flare processing
: (a) Piping set
without flare processing : (b) Copper pipe with insulation
without flare processing : (c) Bare copper pipe
As R410A features pressure about 1.6 times higher than R22, it is necessary to use a copper pipe which has a thickness stated in
Table 3 (see on page 127) and which contains less contaminants. It is necessary to carefully treat/store copper pipes so that they are
not collapsed, deformed or damaged. Due care must also be exercised so that foreign matters such as dust and water do not enter
the pipe interior.
A piping set’s open end is sealed with a cap, etc. When storing it, make sure that it is sealed securely. When storing a cladded
copper pipe or bare copper pipe, securely seal the opening with pinching, taping, etc.
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(2)
Identification
a) Piping set
A copper pipe as piping set for R410A must have a thickness as stated in Table 3 (see on page 125), and, as shown in Tables 5
and 6 (see on page 127), it also differs from R22 in flare processing and flare nut dimensions. So, it is necessary to choose a
piping set suitable for R410A.
b) Copper pipe with insulation
Before using a copper pipe with insulation, make sure that it has a thickness designated for R410A.
c) Bare copper pipe
It is necessary to use a bare copper pipe which has a thickness designated in Table 3 (see on page 127) and contains less
contaminants. As the bare copper pipe surface is naked, it is necessary to treat it with exceeding care and adopt a means for
identification to prevent improper usage by making it easily discriminable from other piping materials.
(3)
Precautions before installation
Observe the following precautions when performing the piping connection at the site.
a) Keep any open ends of pipes be sealed with a cap, etc. until connected with the equipment.
b) Exercise great care when performing piping installation on a rainy day.
When water enters into the piping, the lubricating oil may deteriorate and cause the equipment to fail.
c) Carry out the piping connection in as short a time as possible.
If the piping is left open for a long period, fully purge the interior with nitrogen gas or dry it with a vacuum pump.
8.2.4 Brazing
(1)
Processing the connected parts
As brazing is molten between the joined surfaces to yield high adhesive strength, it is necessary to secure a wide enough space to
be joined and also an adequate clearance between the joined surfaces. Copper pipe joints’ minimum insertion depths, outer pipe
diameters and clearances between outer and inner pipe diameters are as shown in Table 10. In the case of bronze brazing filler,
when the clearance is about 0.05~0.1mm, the pipes can be connected most strongly.
Table 10. Copper pipe joints’ minimum insertion depths and clearances
B
A
D
Outer pipe diameter
D
(mm)
Minimum insertion depth
B
(mm)
Clearance
(A-D) × 1/2
(mm)
5~8
6
0.05~0.35
8~12
7
0.05~0.35
12~16
8
0.05~0.45
* When joining the pipes, either the pipe ends are processed, or pipes are connected by brazing with a socket joint.
(2)
Brazing filler metal
a) Alloy brazing filler
An alloy mainly composed of silver and copper is used to join iron, copper or copper alloy. Although it excels in solderability,
it is relatively expensive.
b) Phosphor bronze brazing filler
Phosphor bronze brazing filler is generally used to join copper or copper alloy.
c) Low temperature solder
An alloy of tin and lead. An ordinary type of solder. Since it is weak in adhesive strength, it should not be used for refrigerant
pipe brazing.
* Cautions:
1) BCuP tends to react with sulphur and produce a fragile compound water solution, which may cause a gas leakage. So,
use any other type of brazing filler at a hot spring resort, etc., and coat the surface with a paint.
2) When performing brazing again at the time of servicing, use the same type of brazing filler.
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(3)
Flux
a) Reasons for the use of flux
• By removing the oxide film and any foreign matter on the metal surface, it assists the flow of brazing filler.
• In the brazing process, it prevents the metal surface from being oxidized.
• By reducing the brazing filler’s surface tension, the brazing filler adheres better to the treated metal.
b) Properties required for flux
• Temperature at which flux is active coincides with the brazing temperature.
• Due to a wide effective temperature range, flux is hard to carbonize.
• It is easy to remove slag after brazing.
• The corrosive action to the treated metal and brazing filler is negligible.
• Excels in coating performance and is harmless to the human body.
As the flux works in a complicated manner as described above, it is necessary to choose an adequate type of flux according to
the type and shape of treated metal, type of brazing filler and brazing method, etc.
c) Types of flux
• Incorruptible flux
Generally, it is a compound of borax and boric acid.
Effective in cases where the brazing temperature is higher than 800°C.
• Activated flux
Most of fluxes generally used for silver brazing fall under this type.
It features an increased oxide film removing capability due to the addition of compounds such as potassium fluoride, potassium chloride and sodium fluoride, to the borax-boric acid compound.
* Cautions:
1 Remove the flux after brazing.
2 When chlorine contained in the flux stays within the pipe, the lubricating oil deteriorates. So, use a flux which does not
contain chlorine.
3 When adding water to the flux, use water which does not contain chlorine (e.g. distilled water or ion-exchange water).
(4)
Brazing
As brazing requires sophisticated techniques and experiences, it must be performed by a qualified person.
In order to prevent the oxide film from occurring in the pipe interior during brazing, it is effective to proceed with brazing while
letting dry nitrogen gas (N2) flow.
<Brazing method for preventing oxidation>
a) Attach a reducing valve to the nitrogen gas cylinder
b) Use a copper pipe to direct the nitrogen gas into the piping, and attach a flowmeter to the nitrogen gas cylinder.
c) Apply a seal onto the clearance between the piping and inserted pipe for the nitrogen gas in order to prevent the nitrogen gas
from flowing backward.
d) When the nitrogen gas is flowing, be sure to keep the piping end open.
e) Adjust the flow rate of nitrogen gas so that it is lower than 0.05m3/h, or 0.02MPa (0.2kgf/cm2) by means of the reducing valve.
f) After taking the steps above, keep the nitrogen gas flowing until the piping cools down to a certain extent (i.e. temperature at
which pipes are touchable with finger).
g) Completely remove the flux after brazing.
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Reducing
valve
Nitrogen gas
M
Flow meter
Stop valve
From the nitrogen cylinder
Piping
Nitrogen gas
Rubber plug for sealing
Fig.5 Prevention of oxidation during brazing
* Cautions during brazing
1 General cautions
1) The brazing strength should be high as required.
2) After operation, airtightness should be kept under a pressurized condition.
3) During brazing do not allow component materials to become damaged due to overheating.
4) The refrigerant pipe work should not be come blocked with scale or flux.
5) The brazed part should not restrict the flow in the refrigerant circuit.
6) No corrosion should occur from the brazed part.
2 Prevention of overheating
Due to heating, the interior and exterior surfaces of treated metal may oxidize. Especially, when the interior of the
refrigerant circuit oxidizes due to overheating, scale occurs and stays in the circuit as dust, thus exerting a fatally adverse
effect. So, make brazing at adequate brazing temperature and with a minimum of heating area.
3 Overheating protection
In order to prevent components near the brazed part from overheating damage or quality deterioration due to flame or
heat, take adequate steps for protection such as (1) by shielding with a metal plate, (2) by using a wet cloth, and (3) by
means of heat absorbent.
4 Movement during brazing
Eliminate all vibration during brazing to protect brazed joints from cracking and breakage.
5 Oxidation preventive
In order to improve the brazing efficiency, various types of antioxidant are available on the market. However, the constituents of these are widely varied, and some are anticipated to corrode the piping materials, or adversely affect HFC
refrigerant, lubricating oil, etc. Exercise care when using an oxidation preventive.
8.3
Installation, removal and servicing
8.3.1 Tools for R410A
In the case of an air conditioner using R410A, in order to prevent any other refrigerant from being charged accidentally, the service
port diameter of the outdoor unit control valve (3-way valve) has been changed. Also, to increase the pressure resisting strength,
flare processing dimensions and sizes of opposite sides of flare nuts (for copper pipes with nominal diameters 1/2 and 5/8) have
been changed. During installation/service, therefore, prepare tools exclusive for R410A shown in (1) on page 134 and general tools
shown in (2) on page 135.
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(1)
Tools exclusive for R410A
a) Gauge manifold
• As R410A is characterized by high pressure, conventional tools cannot be used.
Table 11. Differences between conventional high/low pressure gauges and those for R410A
Conventional gauges
Gauges exclusive for R410A
High pressure
gauge (red)
-0.1~3.5MPa
-76 cmHg~35 kgf/cm2
-0.1~5.3MPa
-76 cmHg~53 kgf/cm2
Compound
gauge (blue)
-0.1~1.7MPa
-76 cmHg~17 kgf/cm2
-0.1~3.8MPa
-76 cmHg~38 kgf/cm2
• In order to prevent any other refrigerant from being charged accidentally, each port of the manifold has been changed in
shape.
Table 12. Differences in port size between conventional manifold and that for R410A
Conventional manifold
Manifold for R410A
7/16 UNF
20 threads per inch
1/2 UNF
20 threads per inch
Port size
b) Charge hose
• As R410A is characterized by high pressure, the pressure resistance of the charge hose has been increased. The material has
also been changed to an HFC resistant type, and, as in the case of each port of the manifold, the hose cap size has been
changed. Furthermore, for prevention of gas pressure reaction, a charge hose with a valve placed near the cap is also available.
Table 13. Differences between conventional charge hose and that for R410A
Conventional charge hose
Charge hose for R410A
3.4 MPa (34 kgf/cm2)
5.1 MPa (51 kgf/cm2)
Normal pressure
Pressure
resistance Breaking pressure
17.2 MPa (172 kgf/cm )
27.4 MPa (274 kgf/cm2)
Engineering material
NBR rubber
HNBR rubber
internally coated with nylon
Cap size
7/16 UNF
20 threads per inch
1/2 UNF
20 threads per inch
2
c) Electronic balance for refrigerant charging
• As R410A belonging to the HFCs features high pressure and high evaporating speed, when R410A is charged by using a
charging cylinder, R410A in the cylinder cannot be kept in a liquefied state and gasified refrigerant bubbles in the charging
cylinder, it becomes difficult to read values. Therefore, it is advisable to adequately use an electronic balance for refrigerant
charging.
• An electronic balance for refrigerant charging has higher strength due to its structure with four points of support for refrigerant cylinder weight detection. As the charge hose connecting part has two ports-one for R22 (7/16 UNF 20 threads per
inch) and the other for R410A (1/2 UNF 20 threads per inch) - it can also be used for charging the conventional refrigerant.
• Two types of electronic balance for refrigerant charging are available - one for 10kg cylinder and the other for 20kg cylinder.
Electronic balance for 10kg cylinder
precision ± 2g
Electronic balance for 20kg cylinder
precision ± 5g
• Refrigerant is charged manually by opening/closing the valve.
d) Torque wrench (for nominal diameters 1/2 and 5/8)
• Along with changes in flare nut sizes for enhanced pressure resisting strength, torque wrenches for R410A differ in opposite
side size.
Table 14. Differences between conventional wrenches and those for R410A
Conventional torque wrench
Torque wrench for R410A
For 1/2 (opposite side
× torque)
24mm × 55N·m
(550 kgf·cm)
26mm × 55N·m
(550 kgf·cm)
For 5/8 (opposite side
× torque)
27mm × 65N·m
(650 kgf·cm)
29mm × 65N·m
(650 kgf·cm)
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e) Flare tool (clutch type)
• A flare tool for R410A is provided with a large clamp bar receiving hole so that the projection of the copper pipe from the
clamp bar can be set at 0~0.5 mm in flare processing, and also features higher spring strength for increased expansion pipe
torque. This flare tool can also be used for R22 copper pipe.
f) Gauge for projection adjustment (used when flare processing is made by using conventional flare tool [clutch type])
• A gauge 1.0 mm in thickness which helps in easily setting the projection of the copper pipe from the clamp bar at 1.0~1.5 mm.
g) Vacuum pump adapter
• It is necessary to use an adapter for preventing vacuum pump oil from flowing back to the charge hose. The charge hose
connecting part has two ports - one for conventional refrigerant (7/16 UNF 20 threads per inch) and the other for R410A. If
the vacuum pump oil (mineral) mixes with R410A, a sludge may occur and damage the equipment.
h) Refrigerant cylinder
• A refrigerant cylinder exclusive for R410A comes identified with refrigerant name and is coated with pink paint as designated by the ARI, U.S.A.
i) Charge port and packing for refrigerant cylinder
• According to the charge hose’s cap size, a charge port with 1/2 UNF 20 threads per inch and corresponding packing are
required.
j) Gas leakage detector
• A high sensitivity gas leakage detector exclusive for HFC refrigerant is used. In the case of R410A, the detection sensitivity
is about 23g per year.
(2)
General tools
g) Hole core drill (ø65 or 70)
a) Vacuum pump
h) Hexagonal wrench (opposite side 4 or 5 mm)
b) Torque wrench
for 1/4: opposite side 17 mm ×
for 1/4: opposite side 17 mm ×
for 3/8: opposite side 22 mm ×
(3)
(16 N·m)
(160 kgf·cm)
(18 N·m)
(180 kgf·cm)
(42 N·m)
(420 kgf·cm)
i) Spanner, or monkey wrench
j) Tape measure
k) Thermometer
c) Pipe cutter
l) Clamping ampere meter
d) Reamer
m) Insulation resistance tester (mega tester)
e) Screwdriver (+, -)
n) Electro circuit tester
f) Hacksaw
o) Pipe bender
Applicability of R410A tools to R22 model
Table 15. Applicability of R410A tools to R22 model
Tools for R410A
Applicable to R22 model
a)
Gauge manifold
b)
Charge hose
c)
Electronic balance for refrigerant charging
d)
Torque wrench (nominal diameter 1/2, 5/8)
e)
Flare tool (clutch type)
f)
Gauge for projection adjustment*
g)
Vacuum pump adapter
h)
Refrigerant cylinder
i)
Charge port and packing for refrigerant cylinder
j)
Gas leakage detector
* Used when conventional flare tool (clutch type) is used.
Note: For inquiry, contact your agent.
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8.3.2 New installation work (when using new refrigerant piping)
(1)
Air purge by vacuum pump and gas leakage inspection (see Fig. 6)
a) Connect the charge hose to the outdoor unit. 1
b) Connect the charge hose to the vacuum pump adapter. 2
At this time, keep the control valves in the fully closed position. 3 4
c) Place the handle Lo in the fully opened position 5, and turn on the vacuum pump’s power switch.
During this step, perform evacuating (about 10 ~ 15 minutes); for the evacuating time, refer to the equipment manufacturer’s
manual.
d) When the compound gauge’s pointer has indicated -0.1 MPa (-76 cmHg) 6, place the handle Lo in the fully closed position 5,
and turn OFF the vacuum pump’s power switch
Keep this state for 1~2 minutes, and ascertain that the compound gauge’s pointer does not return.
e) Fully open the control valves. 3 4
f) Detach the charge hoses. 1 2
g) Tightly secure the cap on the service port. 7
h) After securing the caps on the control valves, check the caps’ periphery if there is any gas leakage. 3 4 7
-76cmHg
6 Compound pressure Gauge manifold
gauge
5 Handle Lo
8 Handle Hi (always closed)
2 Charge hose
1 Charge hose
Vacuum pump adapter
Vacuum pump
3 Control valve (2-way)
7 Service port
4 Control valve
(3-way)
Caution:
• Be sure to use the vacuum pump, vacuum pump adapter and
gauge manifold to refer to their instruction manuals beforehand.
• Ascertain that the vacuum pump is filled with oil to the level
designated on the oil gauge.
Fig.6 Configuration of air purge by vacuum pump
(2)
Additional refrigerant charging required for refrigerant piping length longer than standard length (The following steps should be
taken following the step e) in (1) above. See Fig. 7)
a) Set the refrigerant cylinder to the electronic balance, and connect the connecting hoses on the cylinder and electronic balance’s
connecting port.
* Caution:
Be sure to make setting so that liquid can be charged. When using a cylinder equipped with a siphon, liquid can be charged
without turning it upside down.
b) Connect the gauge manifold’s charge hose to the electronic balance’s connecting port. 3 2
c) Open the refrigerant cylinder’s valve, and, after opening the charging valve a little, close it. 1 2
d) After making zero (0) adjustment, open the charging valve and, by opening the gauge manifold’s valve Lo, charge the liquid
refrigerant. 2 5
(Before handling the electronic balance, refer to its instruction manual).
e) When the designated amount of refrigerant could not be charged, make additional charging bit by bit by cooling operation (for
the amount of each addition, follow the instruction manual prepared by the equipment manufacturer). If the first additional
charging was not enough, make the second additional charging after about one minute in the same manner as the first additional charging.
* Caution:
Be sure never to charge a large amount of liquid refrigerant at once to the unit in cooling mode, since liquid is charged from
the gas side.
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f) After charging liquid refrigerant into the air conditioner by closing the charging valve, stop operation by fully closing the
gauge manifold’s valve Lo. 2 5
g) Quickly remove the charge hose from the service port. 6
When stopped halfway, refrigerant being cycled will be released.
h) After securing the caps on the service port and control valve, check the caps’ periphery to see if there is any gas leakage. 6 7
(Liquid side)
(Indoor unit)
(Outdoor unit)
Control valve 7
(2-way)
Opened
(Gas side)
Refrigerant cylinder
(with syphon)
1
Control valve 7
(3-way)
Service port
4
Opened
Charging
valve
2
5
3
Service port 6
Electronic balance for refrigerant charging
Fig.7 Configuration of additional refrigerant charging
8.3.3 Removal (When using new refrigerant piping)
(1)
(2)
Removing the unit
a) Recovery of refrigerant from the outdoor unit by pump down
• At the time of pump down, use a gauge manifold exclusive for R410A.
• Operating the unit in forced cooling mode, recover refrigerant from the outdoor unit.
(For details of reclaiming steps and precautions, see the instruction manual prepared by the equipment manufacturer)
* Caution:
In the case of an outdoor unit which is incapable of pump down, use a refrigerant recovery unit.
b) Removing the indoor/outdoor units
• Remove the piping and wiring between the indoor and outdoor units.
• Tighten the outdoor unit’s control valves and service port with the specified torque.
• Tighten the capped flare nuts at the indoor/outdoor units connecting part with the specified torque.
• Remove the indoor/outdoor units.
* Caution:
When storing the indoor unit piping in its original position, be careful not to break the piping.
Installing the unit
a) Proceed with the installation following the steps described in “8.3.2 New installation work”.
8.3.4 Replacing the unit (Never use the existing refrigerant piping)
Use a brand-new refrigerant piping (1) when replacing the air conditioner using the conventional refrigerant (R22) with an air
conditioner using the alternative refrigerant (R410A) or (2) even when replacing the air conditioner using the alternative refrigerant
(R410A) with another air conditioner using R410A, as a problem may occur due to differences in pressure characteristics of refrigerant or differences in type of lubricating oil (air conditioners using R410A do not always use the same type of the lubricating oils).
8.3.5 Retrofitting
Do not operate the air conditioner which has used the conventional refrigerant (R22) by charging the alternative refrigerant (R410A).
Otherwise, the equipment may cease to function normally and go wrong, or even cause serious problems such as rupture of the
refrigeration cycle.
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8.3.6 Refrigerant recharging at servicing
When it becomes necessary to recharge refrigerant, charge the specified amount of new refrigerant according to the following
steps.
(For details, see the instruction manual prepared by the equipment manufacturer)
1) Connect the charge hose to the outdoor unit’s service port.
2) Connect the charge hose to the vacuum pump adapter. At this time, keep the control valves in the fully opened position.
3) Place the handle Lo in the fully opened position, and turn ON the vacuum pump’s power source. (For the evacuating time, refer
to the equipment manufacturer’s manual)
4) When the compound gauge’s pointer has indicated -0.1 MPa (-76 cmHg), place the handle Lo in the fully closed position, and
turn OFF the vacuum pump’s power source. Keep this state for 1 ~ 2 minutes, and ascertain that the compound gauge’s pointer
does not return.
5) Charge liquid refrigerant by using the electronic balance according to the steps described in Section 8.3.2 (2) (pages136, 137).
8.4
Refrigerant recovery
8.4.1 Recovering procedures
(1)
(2)
The following procedures for refrigerant recovery represent general procedures, and they may differ between actual cases depending upon the type of refrigerant recovering equipment. The connecting and handling methods for different type of refrigerant
recovering equipment may also differ. So, ascertain the details by referring to the respective instruction manuals, etc.
Checks prior to recovering procedures
a) Checking the refrigerant recovering equipment
1 Gas leakage [If there is any malfunction, repair it].
2 Oil separator [Drain the residual oil].
3 Recovering equipment weighing function, overcharge preventing function (float switch), moisture indicator, drier and
other accessory functions [should be adjusted or replaced where necessary].
4 Electrical circuit
b) Checking the accessories to the refrigerant recovering equipment
Preparations for recovering procedures
a) Installation of refrigerant recovering equipment
Install the equipment in a place which satisfies the following requirements as much as possible.
1 Ambient temperature is higher than 0°C and lower than 40°C.
2 A flat and dry floor.
3 A place as close to the air conditioner as possible.
b) Preparation of recovering cylinder
A recovering cylinder should be such that it does not go against prohibitions, and is suitable for refrigerant recovered.
c) Connect to the power source
d) Preparations for air conditioner subjected to refrigerant recovery
1 When it is possible to run the air conditioner subjected to refrigerant recovery, perform pump down operation so that
refrigerant is contained in the outdoor unit (condenser side).
• Carry out the pump down operation after confirming the specification of the air conditioner subjected to refrigerant
recovery.
2 If there is any clogging part (ex. the electronic expansion valve, etc.), fully open such part.
Gauge manifold
Refrigerant
Air conditioner
subjected to
recovering
recovery
equipment
(Discharge
port)
(Intake
port)
Recovering cylinder
(3)
Connection of refrigerant recovering equipment
a) Connect the air conditioner subjected to refrigerant recovery to the refrigerant recovering equipment.
1 When there is a service port (port for recovery):
Make connection to the service port (port for recovery) by using a gauge manifold and charge hose.
2 When there is no service port (port for recovery):
Make connection in a manner similar to 1 above by using a piercing valve.
b) Connect the refrigerant recovering equipment to the recovering cylinder.
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(4)
(5)
Recovering procedures
a) According to the instructions for handling the refrigerant recovering equipment (described in the attached instruction manual),
operate the equipment to recover refrigerant.
b) During the operation, take care of the following cautions.
1 Ascertain that the refrigerant recovering equipment is running as required and always monitor the state of operation so that
adequate steps can be taken in an emergency.
2 During the operation, remain at work site to ensure safety.
3 If you have to leave your work site for any unavoidable reason, stop the operation after ascertaining that the recovering
cylinder is not overcharged.
c) During the operation, if the refrigerant recovering equipment’s overcharging prevention mechanism operates and the equipment stops automatically, replace the recovering cylinder with an empty one.
d) If the pressure gauge’s reading increases after a short time from the accomplishment of recovery and automatic stoppage of the
refrigerant recovering equipment, restart the equipment and, if it stops again, finish the recovery.
Procedures after recovery
a) Close the valves on the air conditioner subjected to refrigerant recovery, the refrigerant recovering equipment and the recovering cylinder.
b) Detach the recovering cylinder charged with refrigerant and store it as required by law.
8.4.2 Accessories/tools
(1)
In order to carry out R410A recovery, a variety of accessories/tools are required.
Shown below are standard accessories.
Recovering cylinder
• Use a recovering cylinder designated by the equipment manufacturer.
• A detachable cylinder must be such that it complies with the laws and regulations concerned.
• Do not use an ordinary cylinder as a recovering cylinder.
Note 1: A cylinder available when R410A was purchased, is a borrowed one.
Note 2: As a cylinder available when R410A was purchased, is provided with a check valve, it cannot be used as a recovering
cylinder.
• Types (by function)
Valve for liquid
Valve for gas
Valve
Valve for liquid the tube is inserted to a
level close to the cylinder bottom.
Valve for gas
(for gas releasing)
Liquid
(a) Basic type
• 1-port valve
• Can be used for
R410A recovery.
• Inverted when
delivering liquid
R410A.
Liquid
Liquid
(b) 2-port valve type
• Capable of delivering
liquid R410A or
releasing gas in the
upright position.
• Convenient for
servicing.
Signal line
(c)
Float
}
(c) Float type special
cylinder
• With a built-in float
(signal) for prevention of
overcharging
Fig.8 Cylinder types
(2)
(3)
• Caution
It is prohibited by law to recover R410A into a throw-away service can or one-way cylinder.
Drier
• A desiccant container for removing the water content of R410A.
• A drier should be prepared as expendables.
• Keep the drier sealed just before fitting it.
• Required to protect the R410A recovering equipment.
Connection hose
a) Charge port and charge port packing
• Usually, it is sold independently of a refrigerant cylinder.
• In the case of a two-port cylinder, the diameter may be special.
Inquire the manufacture for confirmation.
Charge port
• A packing is expendables.
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b) Charge hose (pressure resistant hose for fluorocarbon) and packing
• It is 1/4B in thickness and available in various lengths, etc.
• Use a hose whose pressure resisting performance is higher than 5.2 MPa (52 kg/cm2G).
• Generally, a setting fixture is provided only on one end.
(4)
Gauge manifold
Hose
packing
• The most important service tool for refrigeration and air conditioner.
Setting
fixture
• Widely used when charging/recovering R410A while checking gas pressure.
Compound gauge
Pressure gauge
Gauge
manifold
Charge hose
Stop valve
(5)
Tube piercing valve
a) A tool used to make a hole for recovery in the copper pipe when recovering R410A from equipment which has no port for
charging or recovering gas. Various types are available on the market and given various names.
b) As the piercing edge tends to wear, it is necessary to treat this valve as semi-expendables.
c) As vacuum rises, air tends to be inhaled from the hole. So, care must be exercised.
Piercing pliers
(6)
Piercing valve
Vacuum pump
Used to evacuate the recovering equipment and recovering cylinder.
Exhaust port
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Suction port
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