Airwell YUDA060 Installation manual

R410A
OUTDOOR UNIT
EN INSTALLATION MANUAL
AWAU-YUDA060-H13
Please read this manual carefully before using this air conditioner
Please keep this manual safely for future use
Safety Precautions
Carefully read the following information in order to operate the air conditioner correctly.
Below are listed three kinds of Safety Precautions and Suggestions.
WARNING Incorrect operations may result in severe consequences of death or serious injuries.
CAUTION Incorrect operations may result in injuries or machine damages; in some cases may
cause serious consequences.
INSTRUCTIONS: These information can ensure the correct operation of the machine.
Symbols used in the illustrations
:Indicates an action that must be avoided.
! :Indicates that important instructions must be followed.
:Indicates a part which must be grounded.
:Beware of electric shock (This symbol is displayed on the main unit label.)
After reading this handbook, hand it over to those who will be using the unit.
The user of the unit should keep this mamual at hand and make it available to those who will be performing repairs or
relocating the unit. Also, make it available to the new user when the user changes hands.
Be sure to conform with the following important Safety Precautions.
WARNING
If any abnormal phenomena is found
(e. g.smell of firing), please cut off
switch off
the power supply immediately, and
contact the dealer to find out the
handling method.
In such case, to continue using the conditioner will damage
the conditioner, and may cause electrical shock or fire
hazard.
Don't dismantle the outlet of the
outdoor unit.
The exposure of fan is very dangerous
which may harm human beings.
When need maintenance and repairment,
call dealer to handle it.
Incorrect maintenance and repairment
may cause water leak, electrical shock
and fire hazard.
After a long time use of air-conditioner
the base should be checked for any
damages.
If the damaged base is not repaired, the
unit may fall down and cause accidents.
WARNING
No goods or nobody is permitted to
placed on or stand on outdoor unit.The
falling of goods and people may cause
accidents.
Air-conditioner can't be installed in the environment with
inflammable gases because the inflammable gases near
air-conditioner may cause fire hazard.
Please let the dealer be responsible for installing the
conditioner. Incorrect installation may cause water leak,
electrical shock and fire hazard.
Don't operate the air-conditioner with
damp hands.Otherwise it will be shocked.
Call the dealer to take measures to prevent the refrigerant
from leaking.
If conditioner is installed in a small room, be sure to take
every measure in order to prevent suffocation accident
even in case of refrigerant leakage.
Only use correctly-typed fuse.
May not use wire or any other materials
replacing fuse, otherwise it may cause
faults or fire accidents.
When conditioner is installed or reinstalled, the dealer should
be responsible for them.
Incorrect installation may cause water leaking, electrical
shock and fire hazard.
Use discharge pipe correctly to ensure efficient discharge.
Incorrect pipe use may cause water leaking.
Connect earthing wire.
Earthing wire should not be connected to the gas
pipe, water pipe, lightning rod or phone line,
incorrect earthing may cause shock.
Installed electrical-leaking circuit breaker.
It easily cause electrical shock without circuit breaker.
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Earthing
Safety Precautions
WARNING
Have the unit professionally installed.
Improper installation by an unqualified person may result
in water leak, electric shock, or fire.
Be sure to carefully follow each step in this handbook when
installing the unit.
Improper installation may result in water leak, electric shock,
smoke or fire.
Place the unit on a stable, level surface that withstands the
weight of the unit to prevent the unit from tipping over or
falling causing injury as a result.
Have all electrical work performed by a licensed electrician
according to the local regulations and the instructions given
in this manual. Secure a circuit designated exclusively to
the unit.
Improper installation or a lack of circuit capacity may cause
the unit to malfunction or present a risk of electric shock,
smoke,and fire.
Only use specified cables for wiring. Securely connect each
cable, and make sure that the cables are not straining the
terminals.
Cables not connected securely and properly may generate
heat and cause fire.
Take necessary safety measures against typhoons and
earthquakes to prevent the unit from falling over.
Securely attach the terminal cover(panel) on the unit.
If installed improperly, dust and/or water may enter the unit
and present a risk of electric shock, smoke or fire.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the unit. In
case of problems, consult the dealer.
If repairs are not made properly, the unit may leak water
and present a risk of electric shock, or it may produce smoke
or cause fire.
Only use refrigerant R410A as indicated on the unit when
installing or relocating the unit.
The use of any other refrigerant or an introduction of air into
the unit circuit may cause the unit to run an abnormal cycle
and abnormal cycle and cause the unit to burst.
WARNING
When installing the unit in a small room, safeguard against
hypoxia that results from leaked refrigerant reaching the
threshold level.
Consult the dealer for necessary measures to take.
Do not touch the fins on the heat exchanger with bare hands,
for they are sharp and dangerous.
In the event of a refrigerant gas leak, provide adequate
ventilation to the room.
If leaked refrigerant gas is exposed to a heat source, noxious
gases may form.
When relocating the air conditioner, consult the dealer or
a specialist.
Improper installation may result in water leak, electric shock,
or fire.
With All-Fresh type air conditioners, outdoor air may be
directly blown into the room upon thermo off. Take this into
consideration when installing the unit.
Direct exposure to outdoor air may present a health hazard,
and it may also cause food items to deteriorate.
After completing the service work, check for a refrigerant
gas leak.
If leaked gas refrigerant is exposed to a heat source such
as fan heater,stove,and electric grill, noxious gases may
form.
Do not try to defeat the safety features of the devices, and
do not change the settings.
Defeating the safety features on the unit such as the pressure
switch and temperature switch or using parts other than the
dealer or specialist may result in fire or explosion.
Only use specified parts.
Have the unit professionally installed. Improper installation
may cause water leak, electric shock,smoke, or fire.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reducedphysical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
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Safety Precautions
Precautions for Handling Units for Use with R410A
Caution
Use a vacuum pump with a reverse-flow check valve.
Do not use the existing refrigerant piping
If other types of valves are used, the vacuum pump oil will
The old refrigerant and refrigerator oil in the existing piping
flow back into the refrigerant cycle and cause the refrigerator
contain a large amount of chlorine, which will cause the
oil to deteriorate.
refrigerator oil in the new unit to deteriorate.
R410A is a high-pressure refrigerant, and the use of the
Do not use the following tools that have been used with the
existing piping may result in bursting.
conventional refrigerants. Prepare tools that are for exclusive
use with R410A.
(Gauge manifold, charging hose, gas leak detector,
reverse-flow check valve, refrigerant charge base,vacuum
gauge, and refrigerant recovery equipment.)
If refrigerant and/or refrigerant oil left on these tools are
Keep the inner and outer surfaces of the pipes clean and
mixed in with R410, or if water is mixed with R410A, it will
free of contaminants such as sulfur, oxides, dust/dirt shaving
cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
particles,oils,and moisture.
Contaminants inside the refrigerant piping will cause the
Since R410A does not contain chlorine, gas-leak detectors
refrigerant oil to deteriorate.
for conventional refrigerators will not work.
Caution
Store the piping to be used during installation indoors, and Do not use a charging cylinder.
keep both ends of the piping sealed until immediately before
The use of charging cylinder will change the composition
brazing.(keep elbows and other joints wrapped in plastic.)
of the refrigerant and lead to power loss.
If dust, dirt, or water enters the refrigerant cycle, it may
cause the oil in the unit to deteriorate or may cause the
compressor to malfunction.
Exercise special care when handling the tools.
An introduction of foreign objects such as dust, dirt or
Use a small amount of ester oil, ether oil, or alkylbenzene
water into the refrigerant cycle will cause the refrigerating
to coat flares and flange connections.
machine oil to deteriorate.
A large amount of mineral oil will cause the refrigerating
machine oil to deteriorate.
Use liquid refrigerant to charge the system.
Charge the unit with gas refrigerant will cause the refrigerant Only use R410A refrigerant.
The use of refrigerants containing chlorine(i.e. R22) will
in the cylinder to change its composition and will lead to
cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
a drop in performance
Before Installing the Unit
Caution
Do not install the unit in a place where there is a possibility When installing the unit in a hospital, take necessary measures
of flammable gas leak.
against noise.
Leaked gas accumulated around the unit may start a fire.
High-frequency medical equipment may interfere with the
normal operation of the air conditioning unit or the air
Do not use the unit to preserve food, animals, plants, artifacts,
conditioning unit may interfere with the normal operation
or for other special purposes.
of the medical equipment
The unit is not designed to provide adepuate conditions
to preserve the quality of these items.
Do not use the unit in an unusual environment
The use of the unit in the presence of a large amount of
oil, steam, acid, alkaline solvents or special types of sprays
Do not place the unit on or over things that may not get wet.
may lead to a remarkable drop in performance and/or
malfunction and presents a risk of electric shock, smoke,
When humidity level exceeds 80% or when the drainage
or fire.
system is clogged, indoor units may drip water.
The presence of organic solvents, corroded gas (such as
Installation of a centralized drainage system for the outdoor
ammonia,sulfur compounds,and acid may cause gas or
unit may also need to be considered to prevent water drips
water leak.)
from the outdoor units.
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Safety Precautions
Before Installing (Relocating) the Unit or Performing Electric Work
Caution
Ground the unit.
Do not connect the grounding on the unit to gas pipes,water
pipes, lightning rods, or the grounding terminals of
telephones. Improper grounding presents a risk of electric
shock, smoke, fire, or the noise caused by improper
grounding may cause the unit to malfunction.
Do not spray water on the air conditioners or immerse the
air conditioners in water.
Water on the unit presents a risk of electric shock.
Periodically check the platform on which is placed for damage
to prevent the unit from falling.
If the unit is left on a damaged plarform, it may topple over,
causing injury.
Make sure the wires are not subject to tension.
If the wires are too taut, they may break or generate heat
When installing draining pipes, follow the instructions in the
and/or smoke and cause fire.
manual, and make sure that they properly drain water so as
Install a breaker for current leakage at the power source
to avoid dew condensation.
to avoid the risk of electric shock.
If not installed properly, they may cause water leaks and
Without a breaker for current leakage, there is a risk of
damage the furnishings.
electric shock, smoke or fire.
Properly dispose of the packing materials.
Use breakers and fuses (electrical current breaker, remote
Things such as nails may be included in the package.
switch<switch+Type-B fuse>,molded case circuit breaker)
Dispose of them properly to prevent injury.
with a proper current capacity.
Plastic bags present a choking hazard to children. Tear
The use of large-capacity fuses, steel wire, or copper wire
up the plastic bags before disposing of them to prevent
may damage the unit or cause smoke or fire.
accidents.
Before the Test Run
Caution
Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping the unit.
Allow for at least five minutes before turning off the unit,
otherwise the unit may leak water or experience other
problems.
Do not operate switches with wet hands to avoid electric.
Do not touch the refrigerant pipes with bare hands during
and immediately after operation.
Depending on the state of the refrigerant in the system,
certain parts of the unit such as the pipes and compressor
may become very cold or hot and may subject the person
to frost bites or burning.
Do not operated the unit without panels and safety guards
in their proper places.
They are there to keep the users from injury from
accidentally touching rotating, high-tempreture or highvoltage parts.
Do not operate the unit without air filters.
Dust particles in the air may clog the system and cause
malfunction.
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Items to Be Checked
(1). Verify the type of refrigerant used by the unit to be serviced. Refrigerant Type: R410A
(2). Check the symptom exhibited by the unit to be serviced. Look in this service handbook for symptoms relating to the
refrigerant cycle.
(3). Be sure to carefully read the safety precautions at the beginning of this document.
(4). If there is a gas leak or if the remaining refrigerant is exposed to an open flame, a noxious gas hydrofluoric acid may
form. Keep workplace well ventilated.
CAUTION
Install new pipes immediately after removing old ones to keep moisture out of the refrigerant circuit.
Chloride in some types of refrigerants such as R22 will cause the refrigerating machine oil to deteriorate.
Necessary Tools and Materials
Prepare the following tools and materials necessary for installing and servicing the unit.
Necessary tools for use with R410A(Adaptability of tools that are for use with R22 and R407C).
1. To be used exclusively with R410A ( Not to be used if used with R22 or R407C )
Tools/Materials
Use
Notes
Gauge Manifold
Evacuating,refrigerant charging
5.09MPa on the High-pressure side.
Charging Hose
Evacuating, refrigerant charging
Hose diameter larger than the concentional ones.
Refrigerant Recovery Equipment
Refrigerant recovery
Refrigerant Cylinder
Refrigerant charging
Write down the refrigerant type. Pink in color at the top of the cylinder.
Refrigerant Cylinder Charging Port
Refrigerant charging
Hose diameter larger than the conventional ones.
Flare Nut
Connecting the unit to piping
Use Type-2 Flare nuts.
2. Tools and materials that may be used with R410 with some restrictions
Tools/Materials
Use
Notes
Gas leak detector
Detection of gas leaks
The ones for HFC type refrigerant may be used.
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum drying
May be used if a reverse flow check adaptor is attached.
Flare Tool
Flare machining of piping
Chages have been made in the flare machining dimension.Refer to the next page.
Refrigerant Recovery Equipment
Recovery of refrigerant
May be used if designed for use with R410A.
3. Tools and materials that are used with R22 or R407C that can also be used with R410A
Tools/Materials
Use
Vacuum Pump with a Check Valve
Vacuum drying
Bender
Bending pipes
Torque Wrench
Tightening flare nuts
Pipe Cutter
Cutting pipes
Welder and Nitrogen Cylinder
Welding pipes
Refrigerant Charging Meter
Refrigerant charging
Vacuum Gauze
Checking vacuum degree
Notes
Only
12.70 (1/2'') and
15.88(5/8'') have a larger flare machining dimension.
4. Tool and materials that must not used with R410A
Tools/Materials
Charging Cylinder
Use
Notes
Refrigerant Charging
Must not be used with R410-type units.
Tools for R410A must be handled with special care, and keep moisture and dust from entering the cycle.
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Piping Materials
Types of Copper Pipes (Reference)
Maximum Operation Pressure
Applicable Refrigerants
3.4MPa
R22, R407C
4.15MPa
R410A
Use pipes that meet the local standards.
Piping Materials/Radial Thickness
Use pipes made of phosphorus deoxidized copper.
Since the operation pressure of the units that use R410A is higher than that of the units for use with R22, use pipes with
at least the radial thickness specified in the chart below. (Pipes with a radial thickness of 0.7mm or less may not be used.)
Size(mm)
6.35
Size(inch)
1/4''
Radial Thickness(mm)
0.8t
9.52
3/8''
0.8t
12.7
1/2''
0.8t
15.88
5/8''
1.0t
19.05
3/4''
1.0t
Type
Type-O pipes
Type-1/2H or Hpipes
Although it was possible to use type-O for pipes with a size of up to 19.05(3/4") with conventional refrigerants, use type1/2H pipes for units that use R410A.(Type-O pipes may be used if the pipe size is 19.05 and the radial thickness is 1.2t.)
The table shows the standards in Japan. Using this table as a reference, choose pipes that meet the local standards.
Flare Machining (type-O and OL only)
The flare machining dimensions for units that use R410A is larger than those for units that use R22 in order to increase
air tightness.
Flare Machining Dimension(mm)
Size
Dimension A
R410A
R22
6.35
1/4"
9.1
9.0
9.52
3/8"
13.2
13.0
12.7
1/2"
16.6
16.2
15.88
5/8"
19.7
19.4
19.05
3/4"
24.0
23.3
Dimension A
External dimension of pipes
If a clutch type flare tool is used to machine flares on units that use R410A, make the protruding part of the pipe between
1.0 and 1.5mm. Copper pipe gauge for adjusting the length of pipe protrusion is useful.
Flare Nut
Type-2 flare nuts instead of type-1 nuts are used to increase the strength. The size of some of the flare nuts have also
been changed.
Flare nut dimension(mm)
External dimension of pipes
Size
6.35
1/4"
9.52
12.7
Dimension B
R410A(Type2)
R22(Type1)
17.0
17.0
3/8"
22.0
22.0
1/2"
26.0
24.0
15.88
5/8"
29.0
27.0
19.05
3/4"
36.0
36.0
Dimension B
The table shows the standards in Japan. Using this table as a reference, choose pipes that meet the local standards.
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Air Tightness Test
No changes from the conventional method. Note that a refrigerant leakage detector for R22 or R407C cannot detect R410A
leakage.
NO
NO
Halide torch
R22 or R407C leakage detector
Items to be strictly observed :
1.Pressurize the equipment with nitrogen up to the design pressure and then judge the equipment's air tightness, taking
temperature variations into account.
2.When investigating leakage locations using a refrigerant, be sure to use R410A.
3.Ensure that R410A is in a liquid state when charging.
Reasons:
Use of oxygen as the pressurized gas may cause an explosion.
1.
2.
Charging with R410A gas will lead the composition of the remaining refrigerant in the cylinder to change and then this
refrigerant can not be used.
Vacuuming
1.Vacuum pump with check valve
A vacuum pump with a check valve is required to prevent the vacuum pump oil from flowing back into the refrigerant
circuit when the vacuum pump power is turned off (power failure). It is also possible to attach a check valve to the actual
vacuum pump afterwards.
2.Standard degree of vacuum for the vacuum pump
Use a pump which reaches 65Pa or below after 5 minutes of operation.
In addition, be sure to use a vacuum pump that has been properly maintained and oiled using the specified oil. If the
vacuum pump is not properly maintained, the degree of vacuum may be too low.
3.Required accuracy of the vacuum gauge
Use a vacuum gauge that can measure up to 650Pa. Do not use a general gauge manifold since it cannot measure a
vacuum of 650Pa.
4.Evacuating time
Evacuate the equipment for 1 hour after 650Pa has been reached.
After envacuating, leave the equipment for 1 hour and make sure the that vacuum is not lost.
5.Operating procedure when the vacuum pump is stopped
In order to prevent a backflow of the vacuum pump oil, open the relief valve on the vacuum pump side or loosen the
charge hose to drawn in air before stopping operation.The same operating procedure should be used when using a
vacuum pump with a check valve.
Charging Refrigerant
R410A must be in a liquid state when charging.
Reasons:
R410A is a pseudo-azeotropic refrigerant (boiling point R32= -52 C, R125= -49 C) and can roughly be handled in the same
way as R22; however, be sure to fill the refrigerant from the liquid side, for doing so from the gas side will somewhat change
the composition of the refrigerant in the cylinder.
Note
In the case of a cylinder with a syphon, liquid R410A is charged without turning the cylinder up side down. Check the
type of cylinder before charging.
Remedies to be taken in case of a refrigerant leak
When refrigerant leaks, additional refrigerant may be charged. (Add the refrigerant from the liquid side)
Characteristics of the Conventional and the New Refrigerants
Because R410A is a simulated azeotropic refrigerant, it can be handled in almost the same mammer as a single refrigerant
such as R22. Howerver, if the refrigerant is removed in the vapor phase, the composition of the refrigerant in the cylinder
will somewhat change.
Remove the refrigerant in the liquid phase. Additional refrigerant may be added in case of a refrigerant leak.
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Name of Parts
AWAU-YUDA060-H13
(YUDA060 will be used as brief model name in this manual)
Air inlet
Air outlet
Compressor
(Inside of unit)
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Installation Procedure
Installation of Outdoor Unit
1. Selection of the place of installation
Select the place of installation satisfying the following conditions and, at the same time, obtain a consent from the client or
user.
Place where air circulates.
Place free from heat radiation from other heat sources.
Place where drain water may be discharged.
Place where noise and hot air may not disturb the neighborhood.
Place where there is not heavy snowfall in the winter time.
Place where obstacles do not exist near the air inlet and air outlet .
Place where the air outlet may not be exposed to a strong wind.
Place surrounded at four sides are not suitable for installation. A 1m or more of overhead space is needed for the unit.
Avoid mounting guide-louvers to the place where short-circuit is a possibility.
When installing several units, secure sufficient suction space to avoid short circuiting.
Open space requirement around the unit
Air inlet
L2
Air inlet
Distance
L1
L2
L3
L3
500
(Servicing
space)
Case I
open
300 mm
150 mm
Case II
open
300 mm
300 mm
Case III
500 mm
open
150 mm
Note :
(1) Fix the parts with screws.
(2) Don't intake the strong wind directly to
NO
the outlet air-flow hole.
(3) A one meter distance should be
Wind direction
kept from the unit top.
(4) Don't block the surroundings of the unit with sundries.
(5) If the outdoor unit is installed in a place that is exposed
to the wind, install the unit so that the outlet grid is NOT
pointing in the direction of the wind.
Air outlet
L1
2. Installation of outdoor unit
Fix the unit on the foundation in a proper way according to the condition of the installation place, referring to the following
information.
Give enough room for the concrete foundation to fix by anchor bolts.
Place the concrete foundation deep enough.
Install the unit so that the angle of inclination must be less than 3 degrees.
(a) Concrete foundation
(b) Foundation anchor
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Installation Procedure
Installation of Outdoor Unit
3. Installation dimension (Unit:mm)
YUDA060
25
1250
948
380
340
580
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Installation Procedure
Piping Connection
1. Piping diagram
YUD060A
Flare connection
Gas pipe
Indoor
unit
3-way stop valve
Outdoor
unit
Liquid
pipe
3-way stop valve
2. Piping size
90+0.5
YUDA060
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
9.52x0.8mm
Install the removed flare nuts to the pipes
to be connected, then flare the pipes.
19.05x1.0mm
3. Limitations for one way piping length and vertical height difference
Model
YUDA060
One way piping length
less than 50 m
Vertical height difference
(between indoor and outdoor)
less than 30 m
Precautions for refrigerant piping
Do not twist or crush piping.
Be sure that no dust is mixed in piping.
Bend piping with as wide angle as possible.
Keep insulating both gas and liquid piping.
Check flare-connected area for gas leakage.
Spanner
Joint
Spanner
Nut
4. Piping connection method
Apply refrigerant oil to the joint and the flange.
To bend a pipe, give the roundness as possible not to crush
the pipe.
When connecting pipe, hold the pipe centre to centre and then
screw nut on by hand, refer to Fig.
Be careful not to let foreign matters, such as sands enter
the pipe.
Pipe diameter
Liquid pipe 6.35mm
14.2-17.2
Liquid pipe 9.52mm
32.7-39.9
Gas pipe 12.7mm
49.5-60.3
Gas pipe 15.88mm
61.8-75.4
Gas pipe 19.05mm
97.2-118.6
Forced fastening without centering may damage the threads and cause a gas leakage.
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Fastening torque (N.m)
Installation Procedure
Air Tightness Test
After finishing connection of refrigerant pipe, it shall perform air tightness test.
The air tightness test adopts nitrogen tank to give pressure according to the pipe connection mode as the following figure
shown.
The gas and liquid valve are all in close state. In order to prevent the nitrogen entering the circulation system of outdoor
unit, tighten the valve rod before giving pressure (both gas and liquid valve rods).
Low pressure piezometer
High pressure piezometer
Indoor
Outdoor
stop valve totally closed
(Gas side)
Completely tightened
Flare part
VL VH
Meter separator
Discharging valve
Completely tightened
Flare part
Dropping valve
Manhole
Indoor units
Nitrogen tank
Outdoor units
stop valve totally closed
(Liquid side)
2
Line pressure gauge
1) Pressurize for over 3 minutes at 0.3MPa (3.0 kg/cm g).
2
2) Pressurize for over 3 minutes at 1.5MPa (15 kg/cm g). A large
leakage will be found.
2
3) Pressurize for about 24 hours at 3.0MPa (30 kg/cm g). A small
leakage will be found.
Cylinder pressure gauge
Tubing bring brazed
Sweat joint
Cylinder of nitrogern
Large slip-on connector
Service hose
Check if the pressure drops
If the pressure does not drop, then pass.
If the pressure drops, then please check the leaking point.
2
When pressurizing for 24 hours, a variation of 1 C in the ambient temperature will cause a variation of 0.01MPa(0.1kg/cm g)
in pressure. It shall be corrected during test.
Checking the leaking point
In 1) to 3) steps, if the pressure drops, check the leakage in each joint by listening, touching and using soap water etc.
to identify the leaking point. After confirming the leaking point, welding it again or tighten the nut tightly again.
Installation Procedure
Additional Refrigerant Charge
When the total length (L) of the two indoor units' connecting pipe is less than 5m, it is unnecessary to charge additional
refrigerant.
If the connecting pipe (L) exceeds 5m, it shall charge M(g) additional refrigerant per meter.
That is: Refrigerant charging amount = (L-5m) x 45 (g/m)
Only in COOLING operation can charge the additional refrigerant.
When charging, the refrigerant shall be charged from the charging nozzle of low pressure valve.
Be carefull when charging refrigerant, do not let the air mix into the system, and must charge the additional refrigerant
in liquid state.
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Installation Procedure
Vacuuming
Piping vavuum method: to use vacuum pump
Liquid stop valve
Gas stop valve
1. Detach the service port's cap of gas stop valve, the valve rod's cap for liquid
stop valve and gas stop valve, and connect the service port into the projection
of charge hose (low) for gaugemanifold. Then connect the projection of
charge hose (center) for gaugemanifold into vacuum pump.
Gauge manifold(R410A)
Vacuum pump(R410A)
2. Open the handle at low in gaugemanifold, and operate vacuum pump. If the
scale-moves of gause (low) reach vacuum condition in a moment, check
the step 1 again.
3. Vacuumize for over 15min. And check the level gauge which should read 0.1MPa (-76 cm Hg) at low pressure side. After the completion of vacuumizing,
close the handle 'Lo' in the vacuum pump. Check the condition of the scale
and hold it for 1-2min. If the scale-moves back in spite of tightening, make
flaring work again, then return to the beginning of the step 3.
4. Open the valve rod for the liquid stop valve to an angle of anticlockwise 90
degree. After 6 seconds, close the liquid stop valve and make the inspection
of gas leakge.
Open
Close
Liquid stop valve
90
Gas stop valve
Service port
90 for 6 sec.
5. No gas leakage? In case of gas leakage, tighten parts of pipe connection. If leakage stops, then proceed the step 6. If it
does not stop gas leakage, discharge whole refrigerants from the service port. After flaring work again and vacuumize,
fill up prescribed refrigerant from the gas cylinder.
6. Detach the charge hose from the service port, open liquid stop valve and
gas stop valve. Turn the valve rod anticlockwise until hitting lightly.
7. To prevent the gas leakage, turn the service ports cap, the valve rodis cap
for liquid stop valve and gas stop valve a little more than the point where
the torque increases suddenly.
Liquid stop valve
Gas stop valve
Valve rod cap
Valve rod cap
Service port cap
CAUTION:
If the refrigerant of the air conditioner leaks, it is necessary to make all the refrigerant out. Vacuumize first, then charge
the liquid refrigerant into air conditioner according to the amount marked on the nameplate.
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Installation Procedure
Electrical Wiring
WARNING!
DANGER OF BODILY INJURY OR DEATH
TURN OFF ELECTRIC POWER AT CIRCUIT BREAKER OR POWER SOURCE BEFORE MAKING ANY ELECTRIC
CONNECTIONS.
GROUND CONNECTIONS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE MAKING LINE VOLTAGE CONNECTIONS.
Precautions for Electrical wiring
Electrical wiring work should be conducted only by authorized personnel.
Do not connect more than three wires to the terminal block. Always use round type crimped terminal lugs with insulated
grip on the ends of the wires.
Use copper conductor only.
Selection of size of power supply and interconnecting wires
Select wire sizes and circuit protection from table below. (This table shows 20 m length wires with less than 2% voltage
drop.)
Item
Model
YUDA060
Phase
Switch breaker
(A)
Overcurrent protector
rated capacity (A)
Power source
wire size
(minimum)
(mm2)
3
30
20
4.0
Circuit breaker
Earth leakage breaker
Switch
breaker(A)
Leak
current(mA)
30
30
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or itsservice agent or a similar qualified person.
If the fuse of control box is broken, please change it with the type of T25A/450VAC;
If the fuse of control PC board is broken, please change it with the type of T3.15A/250VAC. But for YUDA060, the type
is T6.3A/250VAC.
The wiring method should be in line with the local wiring standard.
The power cable and connecting cable should be self-provided.
All the cables shall have got the European authentication certificate. During installation, when the connecting cables
break off, it must be assured that the grouding wire is the last one to be broken off.
The breaker of the air conditioner should be all-pole switch; and the distance between its two contacts should not be no
less than 3mm. Such means for disconnection must be incorporation in the fixed wiring.
The distance between its two terminal blocks of indoor unit and outdoor unit should not be over 5m. If exceeded, the
diameter of the wire should be enlarged according to the local wiring standard.
A leakage breaker must be installed.
The specification of power cable
For model YUDA060, the power cable should be H07RN-F 5G 4.0mm2.
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Installation Procedure
Electrical Wiring
Wiring procedure
1) Remove set screws on the side before taking off the front panel toward the direction.
2) Connect wires to the terminal block correctly and fix the wires with a wire clamp equipped nearby the terminal block.
3) Route the wires in a proper way and penetrate the wires through the opening for electrical wiring on the side panel.
WARNING:
INTERCONNECTING WIRES MUST BE WIRED ACCORDING TO FIGURE BELOW. INCORRECT WIRING MAY CAUSE
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
YUD060A
Indoor unit
terminal block
Outdoor unit
R S
terminal block
T N
1
2
3
Y/G
1
2
3
Y/G
Power supply:380-400V, 3N~,50Hz
Installation Procedure
Test Run
CAUTION!
THIS UNIT WILL BE STARTED INSTANTLY WITHOUT "ON" OPERATION WHEN ELECTRIC POWER IS SUPPLIED.
BE SURE TO EXECUTE "OFF" OPERATION BEFORE ELECTRIC POWER IS DISCONNECTED FOR SERVICING.
This unit has a function of automatic restart system after recovering power stoppage.
1. Before starting test run (for all Heat pump models)
Confirm whether the power source breaker (main switch) of the unit has been turned on for over 12 hrs to energize the
crankcase heater in advance of operation.
2.Test run
Run the unit continuously for about 30 minutes, and check the following.
Suction pressure at check joint of service valve for gas pipe.
Discharge pressure at check joint on the compressor discharge pipe.
Temperature difference between return air and supply air for indoor unit.
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Troubleshooting
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