Daikin FCQ24PVJU Specification

Daikin FCQ24PVJU Specification
EDUS281104
Cooling Only 60Hz
Heat Pump 60Hz
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9) series
AMERICAS
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SkyAir Engineering Data
1. External appearance ..................................................................................3
1.1 Indoor unit .................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Outdoor unit.................................................................................................. 4
2. Model name, power supply and nomenclature ...........................................5
2.1 Model name and power supply .................................................................... 5
2.2 Nomenclature ............................................................................................... 6
3. Specifications ..............................................................................................7
3.1 Cooling Only................................................................................................. 7
3.2 Heat Pump ................................................................................................. 12
4. Dimensions and service space ................................................................. 17
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Indoor unit .................................................................................................. 17
Wired remote controller (Optional) ............................................................. 20
Wireless remote controller (Optional)......................................................... 21
Outdoor unit................................................................................................ 24
Installation service space ........................................................................... 26
5. Piping diagrams ........................................................................................31
5.1 Indoor unit + Outdoor unit .......................................................................... 31
5.2 Indoor unit .................................................................................................. 32
5.3 Outdoor unit................................................................................................ 33
6. Wiring diagrams ........................................................................................34
6.1 Indoor unit .................................................................................................. 34
6.2 Outdoor unit................................................................................................ 37
6.3 External connection diagram...................................................................... 39
7. Electrical characteristics............................................................................41
7.1 Indoor unit .................................................................................................. 41
7.2 Outdoor unit................................................................................................ 44
8. Safety devices list .....................................................................................46
8.1 FCQ............................................................................................................ 46
8.2 FHQ............................................................................................................ 47
8.3 FAQ ............................................................................................................ 48
9. Capacity tables..........................................................................................49
9.1 Cooling Only............................................................................................... 49
9.2 Heat Pump ................................................................................................. 54
9.3 Capacity correction ratio............................................................................. 61
10.Sound Levels (Reference) ........................................................................64
10.1 Overall ........................................................................................................ 64
10.2 Octave Band Level 208V-230V, 60H ......................................................... 64
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11.Operation limits ......................................................................................... 66
12.Accessories...............................................................................................68
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
Indoor unit .................................................................................................. 68
Outdoor unit................................................................................................ 69
Indoor unit .................................................................................................. 70
Outdoor unit................................................................................................ 71
13.Installation of indoor unit ........................................................................... 73
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU ............................................... 73
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU...................................................................... 87
FHQ18PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FHQ30PVJU ............................................. 101
FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU.................................................................... 115
FAQ18PVJU / FAQ24PVJU ..................................................................... 129
14.Installation of outdoor unit .......................................................................151
14.1 RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU / RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 /
RZQ30PVJU............................................................................................. 151
14.2 RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU / RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9.................. 169
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External appearance
1. External appearance
1.1
Indoor unit
Ceiling mounted cassette type (Multi flow)
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
Ceiling suspended type
FHQ18PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FHQ30PVJU
FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU
Wall mounted type
FAQ18PVJU / FAQ24PVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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External appearance
1.2
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Outdoor unit
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
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Model name, power supply and nomenclature
2. Model name, power supply and nomenclature
2.1
Model name and power supply
2.1.1
Cooling Only
Indoor unit
Ceiling mounted cassette type
(Multi flow)
Ceiling suspended type
Wall mounted type
Outdoor unit
FCQ18PVJU
RZR18PVJU*
FCQ24PVJU
RZR24PVJU*
FCQ30PVJU
RZR30PVJU*
FCQ36MVJU
RZR36PVJU*
FCQ42MVJU
RZR42PVJU*
FHQ18PVJU
RZR18PVJU*
FHQ24PVJU
RZR24PVJU*
FHQ30PVJU
RZR30PVJU*
FHQ36MVJU
RZR36PVJU*
FHQ42MVJU
RZR42PVJU*
FAQ18PVJU
RZR18PVJU*
FAQ24PVJU
RZR24PVJU*
Power supply, Compatibility symbol
VJU
Note:
1. * : New model or changed model
2. Power supply intake : outdoor unit
3. VJ: 1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
U(VJU, TJU): Standard Compatibility Symbol
2.1.2
Heat Pump
Indoor unit
Ceiling mounted cassette type
(Multi flow)
Ceiling suspended type
Wall mounted type
Outdoor unit
FCQ18PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9
FCQ24PVJU
RZQ24PVJU9
FCQ30PVJU
RZQ30PVJU
FCQ36MVJU
RZQ36PVJU9*
FCQ42MVJU
RZQ42PVJU9*
FHQ18PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9
FHQ24PVJU
RZQ24PVJU9
FHQ30PVJU
RZQ30PVJU
FHQ36MVJU
RZQ36PVJU9*
FHQ42MVJU
RZQ42PVJU9*
FAQ18PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9
FAQ24PVJU
RZQ24PVJU9
Power supply, Compatibility symbol
VJU
Note:
1. * : New model or changed model
2. Power supply intake : outdoor unit
3. VJ: 1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
U(VJU, TJU): Standard Compatibility Symbol
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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Model name, power supply and nomenclature
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Nomenclature
Indoor unit
F
C
Q
18
P
VJ
U
Standard compatibility symbol
U: United States of America
Power supply symbol
VJ: 1 phase, 208/230 V, 60 Hz
Indicates major design category
Capacity indication in cooling
18: 18,000 Btu/h 24: 24,000 Btu/h 30: 30,000 Btu/h 36: 36,000 Btu/h 42: 42,000 Btu/h
Refrigerant and Type
Q: R410A, Heat pump or Cooling only
Shape
C: Ceiling mounted cassette (Multi flow)
H: Ceiling suspended
A: Wall mounted
Unit category
F: Air cooled split indoor unit
Outdoor unit (Cooling Only)
R
Z
R
18
P
VJ
U
Standard compatibility symbol
U: United States of America
Power supply symbol
VJ: 1 phase, 208/230 V, 60 Hz
Indicates major design category
Capacity indication in cooling
18: 18,000 Btu/h 24: 24,000 Btu/h 30: 30,000 Btu/h 36: 36,000 Btu/h 42: 42,000 Btu/h
Refrigerant and Type
R: R410A, Cooling Only
Inverter/Non inverter
Z: Inverter
Unit category
R: Air cooled split outdoor unit
Outdoor unit (Heat Pump)
R
Z
Q
18
P
VJ
U
9
Management suffix
A number of a figure
Standard compatibility symbol
U: United States of America
Power supply symbol
VJ: 1 phase, 208/230 V, 60 Hz
Indicates major design category
Capacity indication in cooling
18: 18,000 Btu/h 24: 24,000 Btu/h 30: 30,000 Btu/h 36: 36,000 Btu/h 42: 42,000 Btu/h
Refrigerant and Type
Q: R410A, Heat Pump
Inverter/Non inverter
Z: Inverter
Unit category
R: Air cooled split outdoor unit
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Specifications
3. Specifications
3.1
Cooling Only
3.1.1
FCQ
Ceiling mounted cassette type (Multi flow)
Model
Indoor unit
FCQ18PVJU
FCQ24PVJU
Outdoor unit
RZR18PVJU
RZR24PVJU
RZR30PVJU
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Power supply
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
Indoor unit
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate (H/L)
Piping
connections
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 17
2 × 12 × 17
5.35 (1.6)
5.35 (1.6)
5.35 (1.6)
QTS45A17M
QTS45A17M
QTS45A17M
Turbo fan
90
cfm
790/670
790/670
900/790
—
—
—
Lbs (kg)
73 (33)
73 (33)
73 (33)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4 (31.8),
Internal dia. 1 (25.4)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4 (31.8),
Internal dia. 1 (25.4)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4 (31.8),
Internal dia. 1 (25.4)
Wired
Wireless
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
BRC7C812
BRC7C812
BRC7C812
Model
BYC125K–W19
BYC125K–W19
BYC125K–W19
Color
White (10Y9/0.5)
White (10Y9/0.5)
White (10Y9/0.5)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8
(41 x 949 x 949)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8
(41 x 949 x 949)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8
(41 x 949 x 949)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
11 (5)
11 (5)
11 (5)
RZR18PVJU
RZR24PVJU
RZR30PVJU
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Lbs (kg)
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Rows×Stages×FPI
ft² (m²)
Model
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Ivory
Ivory
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
7.1(2.2)
7.1(2.2)
7.1(2.2)
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
1.7
1.7
1.7
P47N11F
P47N11F
P47N11F
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
W
70
70
70
cfm
1,835
1,835
1,835
Lbs (kg)
150 (68)
150 (68)
150 (68)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Liquid
Safety devices
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 17
in. (mm)
Face area
Ref. piping
Cross fin coil
90
Type
Piping
connections
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
Turbo fan
Color
Fan
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
90
Outdoor unit
Comp.
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
Liquid
Weight
Coil
30,000
FCQ30PVJU
Turbo fan
Air filter
Dimensions
24,000
FCQ24PVJU
Gas
Remote controller (option)
Decoration
panels
(option)
18,000
FCQ18PVJU
W
Air filter
Mass (Weight)
FCQ30PVJU
35-100
30-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
164 (50)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
98 (30)
98 (30)
98
R-410A
R-410A
R-410A
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D071678
C: 4D071678
C: 4D071678
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
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Specifications
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Ceiling mounted cassette type (Multi flow), continued
Model
Indoor unit
FCQ36MVJU
Outdoor unit
RZR36PVJU
RZR42PVJU
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Power supply
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
Indoor unit
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate (H/L)
Piping
connections
QTS45A17M
Turbo fan
Turbo fan
90
1,030/870
—
—
Lbs (kg)
74 (33.6)
74 (33.6)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
in. (mm)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4 (31.8), Internal dia. 1 (25.4))
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4 (31.8), Internal dia. 1 (25.4))
Wired
Wireless
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
BRC7C812
BRC7C812
Model
BYC125K–W19
BYC125K–W19
Color
White (10Y9/0.5)
White (10Y9/0.5)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8 (41 x 949 x 949)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8 (41 x 949 x 949)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Air filter
Lbs (kg)
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Rows×Stages×FPI
ft² (m²)
Model
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
11 (5)
11 (5)
RZR36PVJU
RZR42PVJU
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1345 x 900 x 321)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1345 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 60 × 13
2 × 60 × 13
12.2
12.2
[email protected]
[email protected]
Hermetically sealed scroll type
Hermetically sealed scroll type
2.5
3.0
KFD–325–70–8C2
KFD–325–70–8C2
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
W
70 × 2
70 × 2
cfm
3,740
3,740
Lbs (kg)
283 (128)
283 (128)
Liquid
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
Safety devices
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
5.35 (1.6)
QTS45A17M
in. (mm)
Face area
Ref. piping
2 × 12 × 17
5.35 (1.6)
950/790
Type
Piping
connections
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 17
cfm
Color
Fan
Cross fin coil
90
Outdoor unit
Comp.
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
in. (mm)
Weight
Coil
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
Liquid
Remote controller (option)
Dimensions
40,500
FCQ42MVJU
Gas
Drain
Decoration
panels
(option)
36,000
FCQ36MVJU
W
Air filter
Mass (Weight)
FCQ42MVJU
φ1 (25.4 (Hole)
φ1 (25.4 (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
25-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
230 (70)
230 (70)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
R-410A
R-410A
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
8.8 (4)
8.8 (4)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D071675
C: 4D071675
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
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Specifications
FHQ
Ceiling suspended type
Model
Indoor unit
FHQ18PVJU
FHQ24PVJU
Outdoor unit
RZR18PVJU
RZR24PVJU
RZR30PVJU
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Power supply
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
Indoor unit
Color
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
Fan
ft² (m²)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
3.66 + 2.95 (1.1 x 0.9)
—
Sirocco fan
Sirocco fan
Motor output
W
130
130
130
cfm
790/670
790/670
790/670
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Lbs (kg)
90 (41)
90 (41)
90 (41)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
VP20 (External dia. 1, Internal dia. 3/4)
VP20 (External dia. 1, Internal dia. 3/4)
VP20 (External dia. 1, Internal dia. 3/4)
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E83
BRC7E83
BRC7E83
RZR18PVJU
RZR24PVJU
RZR30PVJU
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Ivory
Ivory
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
1.7
1.7
1.7
P47N11F
P47N11F
P47N11F
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
W
70
70
70
cfm
1,835
1,835
1,835
Lbs (kg)
150 (68)
150 (68)
150 (68)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
φ1 (25.4)(Hole)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Liquid
Safety devices
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Standard length
35-100
30-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Lbs (kg)
25 (11)
25 (11)
25 (11)
Max. length
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
164 (50)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
Model
Refrigerant
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
Sirocco fan
Color
Ref. piping
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4
(195 x 1591 x 680)
Type
Outdoor unit
Piping
connections
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4
(195 x 1591 x 680)
—
Remote controller (option)
Fan
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4
(195 x 1591 x 680)
3.66 + 2.95 (1.1 x 0.9)
Liquid
Comp.
30,000
FHQ30PVJU
—
Mass (Weight)
Coil
24,000
FHQ24PVJU
3.66 + 2.95 (1.1 x 0.9)
Air filter
Dimensions
18,000
FHQ18PVJU
Model
Airflow rate (H/L)
Piping
connections
FHQ30PVJU
Charge (factory
charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
98 (30)
98 (30)
98 (30)
R-410A
R-410A
R-410A
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D071679
C: 4D071679
C: 4D071679
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
9
Specifications
EDUS281104
Ceiling suspended type, continued
Model
Indoor unit
FHQ36MVJU
Outdoor unit
RZR36PVJU
RZR42PVJU
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Power supply
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
Indoor unit
Color
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
Fan
ft² (m²)
Motor output
3.66 + 2.95 (1.1 + 0.9)
W
130
130
830/670
850/700
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Lbs (kg)
90 (41)
90 (41)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
VP20 (External dia. 1 (25.4) , Internal dia. 3/4 (19.1) )
VP20 (External dia. 1 (25.4), Internal dia. 3/4 (19.1)
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E83
BRC7E83
RZR36PVJU
RZR42PVJU
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1344 x 900 x 321)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1344 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 60 × 13
2 × 60 × 13
12.2 (3.7)
12.2 (3.7)
[email protected]
[email protected]
Hermetically sealed scroll type
Hermetically sealed scroll type
2.5
3.0
KFD–325–70–8C2
KFD–325–70–8C2
Propeller Fan
Propeller Fan
W
70×2
70×2
cfm
3,740
3,740
Lbs (kg)
283 (128)
283 (128)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Liquid
Safety devices
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
3.66 + 2.95 (1.1 + 0.9)
cfm
Color
Ref. piping
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
—
Outdoor unit
Piping
connections
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
Sirocco fan
Remote controller (option)
Fan
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4 (195 x 1591 x 680)
Sirocco fan
Liquid
Comp.
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4 (195 x 1591 x 680)
Type
Mass (Weight)
Coil
40,500
FHQ42MVJU
—
Air filter
Dimensions
36,000
FHQ36MVJU
Model
Airflow rate (H/L)
Piping
connections
FHQ42MVJU
25-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
230 (70)
230 (70)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
R-410A
R-410A
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
8.8 (4)
8.8 (4)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D071676
C: 4D071676
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
10
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
3.1.3
Specifications
FAQ
Wall mounted type
Model
Indoor unit
FAQ18PVJU
Outdoor unit
RZR18PVJU
RZR24PVJU
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Power supply
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
Indoor unit
Color
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate (H/L)
Liquid
Piping
connections
2.29 (0.7)
QCL9686M
QCL9686M
Cross flow fan
Cross flow fan
43
Resin net (Washable)
Resin net (Washable)
Lbs (kg)
31 (14)
31 (14)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
in. (mm)
VP13 (External dia. 11/16 (17.5), Internal dia. 1/2 (12.7))
VP13 (External dia. 11/16 (12.7), Internal dia. 1/2 (12.7))
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E818
BRC7E818
RZR18PVJU
RZR24PVJU
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Rows×Stages×FPI
ft² (m²)
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Ivory
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (770 x 900 x 321)
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (770 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
1.7
1.7
P47N11F
P47N11F
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
W
70
70
cfm
1,835
1,835
Lbs (kg)
150 (68)
150 (68)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1 (Hole)
φ1 (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Liquid
Safety devices
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
2 × 14 × 18
2.29 (0.7)
635/470
Model
Ref. piping
Cross fin coil
2 × 14 × 18
Gas
Face area
Piping
connections
Cross fin coil
500/400
Type
Fan
White (3.0Y8.5/0.5)
11–3/8 × 41–3/8 × 9 (289 x 1051 x 229)
cfm
Color
Comp.
White (3.0Y8.5/0.5)
11–3/8 × 41–3/8 × 9 (289 x 1051 x 229)
43
Outdoor unit
Coil
24,000
FAQ24PVJU
Drain
Remote controller (option)
Dimensions
18,000
FAQ18PVJU
W
Air filter
Mass (Weight)
FAQ24PVJU
35-100
30-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
98 (30)
98 (30)
R-410A
R-410A
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D071677
C: 4D071677
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
11
Specifications
EDUS281104
3.2
Heat Pump
3.2.1
FCQ
Ceiling mounted cassette type (Multi flow)
Model
Indoor unit
FCQ18PVJU
FCQ24PVJU
Outdoor unit
RZQ18PVJU9
RZQ24PVJU9
RZQ30PVJU
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
30,000
Power supply
FCQ30PVJU
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
18,000
24,000
Heating capacity 2
Btu/h
20,000
27,000
34,000
FCQ18PVJU
FCQ24PVJU
FCQ30PVJU
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 17
2 × 12 × 17
2 × 12 × 17
5.35
5.35
5.35
QTS45A17M
QTS45A17M
QTS45A17M
Turbo fan
Indoor unit
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate (H/L)
Turbo fan
Turbo fan
W
90
90
90
cfm
(Cooling) 790/670 (Heating) 870/670
(Cooling) 790/670 (Heating) 870/670
900/790
—
—
—
Lbs (kg)
73 (33)
73 (33)
73 (33)
Air filter
Mass (Weight)
Piping
connections
Liquid
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4, Internal dia. 1)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4, Internal dia.
1)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4, Internal
dia. 1)
Remote controller (option)
Decoration
panels
(option)
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7C812
BRC7C812
BRC7C812
Model
BYC125K–W19
BYC125K–W19
BYC125K–W19
Color
White (10Y9/0.5)
White (10Y9/0.5)
White (10Y9/0.5)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8
(41 x 949 x 949)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8
(41 x 949 x 949)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8
(41 x 949 x 949)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
11 (5)
11 (5)
11 (5)
RZQ18PVJU9
RZQ24PVJU9
RZQ30PVJU
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Air filter
Weight
Lbs (kg)
Outdoor unit
Color
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Comp.
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
1.7
1.7
1.7
P47N11F
P47N11F
P47N11F
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
70
70
70
cfm
1,835
1,835
1,835
Lbs (kg)
150 (68)
150 (68)
150 (68)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1 (Hole)
φ1 (Hole)
φ1 (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overloadprotector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
W
Safety devices
Ref. piping
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
in. (mm)
Liquid
Piping
connections
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
35-100
30-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
164 (50)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
98 (30)
98 (30)
98 (30)
R-410A
R-410A
R-410A
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of
compressor.
C: 4D063924F
C: 4D063924F
C: 4D063924F
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Indoor temp. : 70°FDB(21°CDB) / outdoor temp. : 47°FDB (8.3 CDB) , 43°FWB(6°CWB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
3. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
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RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Specifications
Ceiling mounted cassette type (Multi flow), continued
Model
Indoor unit
FCQ36MVJU
FCQ42MVJU
Outdoor unit
RZQ36PVJU9
RZQ42PVJU9
Power supply
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
36,000
40,500
Heating capacity 2
Btu/h
39,500
41,500
FCQ36MVJU
FCQ36MVJU
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
11–3/8 × 33–1/8 × 33–1/8
(289 x 841 x 841)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 17
2 × 12 × 17
Indoor unit
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate (H/L)
Piping
connections
90
cfm
950/790
1,030/870
—
—
Lbs (kg)
74 (33.6)
74 (33.6)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
in. (mm)
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4 (31.8), Internal dia. 1 (25.4))
VP25 (External dia. 1–1/4 (31.8), Internal dia. 1 (25.4))
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7C812
BRC7C812
Model
BYC125K–W19
BYC125K–W19
Color
White (10Y9/0.5)
White (10Y9/0.5)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8 (41 x 949 x 949)
1–5/8 × 37–3/8 × 37–3/8 (41 x 949 x 949)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Resin net (with mold resistant)
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Air filter
Lbs (kg)
Outdoor unit
Color
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Comp.
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Piping
connections
11 (5)
RZQ36PVJU9
RZQ42PVJU9
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1345 x 900 x 321)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1345 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 60 × 13
2 × 60 × 13
12.2 (3.7)
12.2 (3.7)
[email protected]
[email protected]
Hermetically sealed scroll type
Hermetically sealed scroll type
2.5
3.0
KFD–325–70–8C2
KFD–325–70–8C2
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
70 × 2
70 × 2
cfm
3,740
3,740
Lbs (kg)
283 (128)
283 (128)
Liquid
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
11 (5)
W
Safety devices
Ref. piping
Turbo fan
90
in. (mm)
Weight
Coil
Turbo fan
Liquid
Remote controller (option)
Dimensions
QTS45A17M
Gas
Drain
Decoration
panels
(option)
5.35 (1.6)
QTS45A17M
W
Air filter
Mass (Weight)
5.35 (1.6)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
25-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
230 (70)
230 (70)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
R-410A
R-410A
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
8.8 (4)
8.8 (4)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D071673
C: 4D071673
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Indoor temp. : 70°FDB(21°CDB) / outdoor temp. : 47°FDB (8.3 CDB) , 43°FWB(6°CWB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
3. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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Specifications
3.2.2
EDUS281104
FHQ
Ceiling suspended type
Model
Indoor unit
FHQ18PVJU
FHQ24PVJU
Outdoor unit
RZQ18PVJU9
RZQ24PVJU9
RZQ30PVJU
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
30,000
Power supply
FHQ30PVJU
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
18,000
24,000
Heating capacity 2
Btu/h
20,000
27,000
34,000
FHQ18PVJU
FHQ24PVJU
FHQ30PVJU
Indoor unit
Color
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
Fan
ft² (m²)
—
Sirocco fan
Sirocco fan
Sirocco fan
Motor output
W
130
130
130
cfm
790/670
790/670
790/670
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Lbs (kg)
90 (41)
90 (41)
90 (41)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
VP20 (External dia. 1 (25.4),
Internal dia. 3/4 (19.1))
VP20 (External dia. 1 (25.4),
Internal dia. 3/4 (19.1))
VP20 (External dia. 1 (25.4),
Internal dia. 3/4 (19.1))
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E83
BRC7E83
BRC7E83
RZQ18PVJU9
RZQ24PVJU9
RZQ30PVJU
Color
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Ivory
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
1.7
1.7
1.7
P47N11F
P47N11F
P47N11F
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
W
70
70
70
cfm
1,835
1,835
1,835
Lbs (kg)
150 (68)
150 (68)
150 (68)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1(25.4) (Hole)
φ1(25.4) (Hole)
φ1(25.4) (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan
motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Safety devices
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
35-100
30-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
164 (50)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
Model
Refrigerant
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8
(770 x 900 x 321)
in. (mm)
Liquid
Ref. piping
3.66 + 2.95 (1.11 + 0.9)
Type
Outdoor unit
Piping
connections
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
—
Remote controller
(option)
Fan
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
3.66 + 2.95 (1.11 + 0.9)
Liquid
Comp.
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
—
Mass (Weight)
Coil
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4
(195 x 1591 x 680)
3.66 + 2.95 (1.11 + 0.9)
Air filter
Dimensions
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4
(195 x 1591 x 680)
Model
Airflow rate (H/L)
Piping
connections
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4
(195 x 1591 x 680)
Charge (factory
charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
98 (30)
98 (30)
98 (30)
R-410A
R-410A
R-410A
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of
compressor.
C: 4D063925E
C: 4D063925E
C: 4D063925E
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Indoor temp. : 70°FDB(21°CDB) / outdoor temp. : 47°FDB (8.3 CDB) , 43°FWB(6°CWB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
3. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
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Specifications
Ceiling suspended type, continued
Model
Indoor unit
FHQ36MVJU
FHQ42MVJU
Outdoor unit
RZQ36PVJU9
RZQ42PVJU9
Power supply
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
36,000
40,500
Heating capacity 2
Btu/h
37,500
39,500
FHQ36MVJU
FHQ42MVJU
Indoor unit
Color
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
Fan
ft² (m²)
—
Motor output
W
130
130
cfm
830/670
850/700
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Resin net (With mold resistant)
Lbs (kg)
90 (40.8)
90 (40.8)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
VP20 (External dia. 1 (25.4), Internal dia. 3/4 (19.1)
VP20 (External dia. 1 (25.4), Internal dia. 3/4 (19.1))
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E83
BRC7E83
RZQ36PVJU9
RZQ42PVJU9
Outdoor unit
Color
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 60 × 13
2 × 60 × 13
12.2 (3.7)
12.2 (3.7)
[email protected]
[email protected]
Hermetically sealed scroll type
Hermetically sealed scroll type
2.5
3.0
KFD–325–70–8C2
KFD–325–70–8C2
Propeller Fan
Propeller Fan
70×2
70×2
cfm
3,740
3,740
Lbs (kg)
283 (128)
283 (128)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1345 x 900 x 321)
W
Safety devices
Ref. piping
Ivory white (5Y7.5/1)
52–15/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (1345 x 900 x 321)
in. (mm)
Liquid
Piping
connections
3.66 + 2.95 (1.1 +0.9)
Sirocco fan
Remote controller (option)
Fan
3.66 + 2.95 (1.1 +0.9)
Sirocco fan
Liquid
Comp.
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
Type
Mass (Weight)
Coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 12 × 15 + 2 × 10 × 15
—
Air filter
Dimensions
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4 (195 x 1591 x 680)
Model
Airflow rate (H/L)
Piping
connections
White (10Y9/0.5)
7–11/16 × 62–5/8 × 26–3/4 (195 x 1591 x 680)
25-100
25-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
230 (70)
230 (70)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
164 (50)
164 (50)
R-410A
R-410A
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
8.8 (4)
8.8 (4)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D071674
C: 4D071674
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Indoor temp. : 70°FDB(21°CDB) / outdoor temp. : 47°FDB (8.3 CDB) , 43°FWB(6°CWB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
3. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
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Specifications
3.2.3
EDUS281104
FAQ
Wall mounted type
Model
Indoor unit
FAQ18PVJU
FAQ24PVJU
Outdoor unit
RZQ18PVJU9
RZQ24PVJU9
Power supply
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
1 phase, 208/230V, 60Hz
Cooling capacity 1
Btu/h
18,000
24,000
Heating capacity 2
Btu/h
20,000
26,000
FAQ18PVJU
FAQ24PVJU
Indoor unit
Color
Dimensions
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Type
Coil
Rows×Stages×FPI
Face area
ft² (m²)
Model
Fan
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate (H/L)
Liquid
Piping
connections
Cross flow fan
43
Resin net (Washable)
Resin net (Washable)
Lbs (kg)
31 (14)
31 (14)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
in. (mm)
VP13 (External dia. 11/16 (17.5), Internal dia. 1/2 (12.7))
VP13 (External dia. 11/16 (17.5), Internal dia. 1/2 (12.7))
Wired
BRC1E71
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E818
BRC7E818
RZQ18PVJU9
RZQ24PVJU9
H×W×D
in. (mm)
Rows×Stages×FPI
ft² (m²)
Type
Motor output
kW
Model
Type
Motor output
Airflow rate
Mass (Weight)
Ivory
Ivory
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (770 x 900 x 321)
30–5/16 × 35–7/16 × 12–5/8 (770 x 900 x 321)
Cross fin coil
Cross fin coil
2 × 34 × 18
2 × 34 × 18
7.1 (2.2)
7.1 (2.2)
2YC63HXD#ED
2YC63HXD#ED
Hermetically sealed swing type
Hermetically sealed swing type
1.7
1.7
P47N11F
P47N11F
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
W
70
70
cfm
1,835
1,835
Lbs (kg)
150 (68)
150 (68)
in. (mm)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
φ3/8 (9.5) (Flare connection)
Gas
in. (mm)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
φ5/8 (15.8) (Flare connection)
Drain
in. (mm)
φ1 (25.4) (Hole)
φ1 (25.4)(Hole)
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
High pressure switch.
Outdoor fan driver overload protector.
Thermal protector for indoor fan motor.
Inverter overload protector.
Fusible plugs. Fuse.
Liquid
Safety devices
Capacity step
%
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant
Cross flow fan
635/470
Model
Ref. piping
QCL9686M
Drain
Face area
Piping
connections
2.29 (0.7)
QCL9686M
500/400
Type
Fan
2 × 14 × 18
2.29 (0.7)
cfm
Outdoor unit
Comp.
Cross fin coil
2 × 14 × 18
43
Color
Coil
Cross fin coil
Gas
Remote controller (option)
Dimensions
White (3.0Y8.5/0.5)
11–3/8 × 41–3/8 × 9 (289 x 1051 x 228)
W
Air filter
Mass (Weight)
White (3.0Y8.5/0.5)
11–3/8 × 41–3/8 × 9 (289 x 1051 x 228)
35-100
30-100
Electronic expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Standard length
ft (m)
25 (7.5)
25 (7.5)
Max. length
ft (m)
164(50)
164(50)
Max. height difference
ft (m)
Model
Charge (factory charge)
Ref. oil
Drawing Number
Lbs (kg)
98 (30)
98 (30)
R-410A
R-410A
5.1 (2.3)
5.1 (2.3)
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
Refer to the name plate of compressor.
C: 4D062151F
C: 4D062151F
1. Indoor temp. : 80°FDB(27°CDB), 67°FWB(19.4°CWB) / outdoor temp. : 95°FDB (35°CDB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
2. Indoor temp. : 70°FDB(21°CDB) / outdoor temp. : 47°FDB (8.3 CDB) , 43°FWB(6°CWB) / Equivalent piping length : 25 ft (7.5 m), level difference : 0.
3. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
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EDUS281104
Dimensions and service space
4. Dimensions and service space
4.1
Indoor unit
4.1.1
FCQ (Ceiling mounted cassette type)
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
3D042633B
Unit (in.)
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
17
Dimensions and service space
4.1.2
EDUS281104
FHQ (Ceiling suspended type)
Hanger bracket
Unit (in.)
FHQ18PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FHQ30PVJU
FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU
18
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EDUS281104
4.1.3
Dimensions and service space
FAQ (Wall mounted type)
Front grille
Unit (in.)
3D046042A
FAQ18PVJU / FAQ24PVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
19
Dimensions and service space
4.2
EDUS281104
Wired remote controller (Optional)
20
3D065275
Unit (in.)
BRC1E71
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
4.3
Dimensions and service space
Wireless remote controller (Optional)
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
3D049735
Unit (in.)
BRC7C812 (for FCQ)
21
Dimensions and service space
EDUS281104
22
3D049336
Unit (in.)
BRC7E83 (for FHQ)
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Dimensions and service space
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
3D049736
Unit (in.)
BRC7E818 (for FAQ)
23
Dimensions and service space
4.4
EDUS281104
Outdoor unit
24
3D064212A
Unit (in.)
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Dimensions and service space
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
3D065351A
Unit (in.)
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
25
Dimensions and service space
4.5
EDUS281104
Installation service space
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
3D064213A
26
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Dimensions and service space
3D064213A
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
27
Dimensions and service space
EDUS281104
3D064213A
28
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Dimensions and service space
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
3D047381B
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
29
Dimensions and service space
EDUS281104
3D047381B
30
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Piping diagrams
5. Piping diagrams
5.1
Indoor unit + Outdoor unit
3D062238C
FCQ18PVJU / FHQ18PVJU / FAQ18PVJU + RZR18PVJU / RZQ18PVJU9
FCQ24PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FAQ24PVJU + RZR24PVJU / RZQ24PVJU9
FCQ30PVJU / FHQ30PVJU + RZR30PVJU / RZQ30PVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
31
Piping diagrams
5.2
EDUS281104
Indoor unit
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU
4D024460D
32
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
5.3
Piping diagrams
Outdoor unit
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
3D065366A
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
33
Wiring diagrams
EDUS281104
6. Wiring diagrams
6.1
Indoor unit
3D042620C
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
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RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Wiring diagrams
3D048116A
FHQ18PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FHQ30PVJU
FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
35
Wiring diagrams
EDUS281104
3D046039D
FAQ18PVJU / FAQ24PVJU
36
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
6.2
Wiring diagrams
Outdoor unit
GROUND
GROUND
3D062307C
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
37
Wiring diagrams
EDUS281104
GROUND
GROUND
3D071178
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
38
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
6.3
Wiring diagrams
External connection diagram
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
FUSE / BREAKER
FUSE / BREAKER
3D064230A
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
39
Wiring diagrams
EDUS281104
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
FUSE / BREAKER
FUSE / BREAKER
3D071667
40
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Electrical characteristics
7. Electrical characteristics
7.1
Indoor unit
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
5.
Either a fuse or a circuit breaker is acceptable.
4D042636B
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
41
Electrical characteristics
EDUS281104
FHQ18PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FHQ30PVJU
FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU
5.
Either a fuse or a circuit breaker is acceptable.
4D049333A
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EDUS281104
Electrical characteristics
FAQ18PVJU / FAQ24PVJU
5.
Either a fuse or a circuit breaker is acceptable.
4D046466B
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
43
Electrical characteristics
7.2
EDUS281104
Outdoor unit
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
Model
Units
Outdoor
H/P
C/O
Hz
RZQ18PVJU9
H/P
60
RZQ24PVJU9
H/P
60
RZQ30PVJU
H/P
60
RZR18PVJU
C/O
60
RZR24PVJU
C/O
60
RZR30PVJU
C/O
60
Power Supply
Volts
Min.
Max
208
187
229
230
209
253
208
187
229
230
209
253
208
187
229
230
209
253
208
187
229
230
209
253
208
187
229
230
209
253
208
187
229
230
209
253
Comp.
OFM
MCA
MOP
MSC
RLA
W
FLA
16.5
20
_
7.1
70
0.3
16.5
20
_
10.3
70
0.3
16.5
20
_
16.0
70
0.3
16.5
20
_
7.1
70
0.3
16.5
20
_
10.3
70
0.3
16.5
20
_
16.0
70
0.3
NOTES:
SYMBOLS:
1. RLA is based on the following conditions:
MCA : Min. Circuit Amps. (A)
Power supply: 60 Hz, 208V-230V
MOP: Max. Overcurrent Protective Device (Note 7)(A)
Cooling:
MSC: Max current during compressor startup. (A)
RLA: Rated Load Amps. (A)
Indoor temp: 80° FDB / 67° FWB,
OFM: Outdoor Fan Motor (A)
Outdoor temp: 95° FDB
FLA: Full Load Amps (A)
Heating:
kW: Fan Motor Rated Output (kW)
Indoor temp: 70° FDB
Outdoor temp: 47° FDB / 43° FWB
2. Voltage range:
Units are suitable for use on electrical systems
where voltage supplied to unit terminal is not below
or above listed range limits.
3. Maximum allowable voltage variation between phases is 2%.
4. MCA represents maximum input current.
5. MOP represents capacity which may accept MCA.
6. Select wire size bsed on the value of MCA.
7. MOP is used to select the fuse, circuit breaker, or the ground
fault circuit interrupter (ground leakage circuit breaker).
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Electrical characteristics
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
Model
Units
Power Supply
Comp.
Outdoor
H/P
C/O
Hz
Volts
Min.
Max
MCA
MOP
MSC
RLA
RZQ36PVJU9
H/P
60
208/230
187
253
27.0
30
−
18.6
RZQ42PVJU9
H/P
60
208/230
187
253
27.0
30
−
19.6
RZR36PVJU
C/O
60
208/230
187
253
27.0
30
−
18.6
RZR42PVJU
C/O
60
208/230
187
253
27.0
30
−
19.6
NOTES:
1. RLA is based on the following conditions:
Power supply: 60 Hz, 208V-230V
Cooling:
Indoor temp: 80° FDB / 67° FWB,
Outdoor temp: 95° FDB
Heating:
Indoor temp: 70° FDB
Outdoor temp: 47° FDB / 43° FWB
2. Voltage range:
Units are suitable for use on electrical systems
where voltage supplied to unit terminal is not below
or above listed range limits.
3. Maximum allowable voltage variation between phases is2%.
4. MCA represents maximum input current.
5. MOP represents capacity which may accept MCA.
6. Select wire size bsed on the value of MCA.
7. MOP is used to select the fuse, circuit breaker, or the
ground fault circuit interrupter (ground leakage circuit breaker).
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
OFM
KW
0.070
+
0.070
0.070
+
0.070
0.070
+
0.070
0.070
+
0.070
FLA
0.3 +0.3
0.3 +0.3
0.3 +0.3
0.3 +0.3
SYMBOLS:
MCA: Minimum Circuit Amps. (A)
MOP: Maximum Overcurrent Protective
Device (A) (See Note 6)
MSC: Maximum current when starting the
compressor. (A)
RLA: Rate Load Amps (A)
OFM: Outdoor Fan Motor (A)
FLA: Full Load Amps (A)
KW: Fan Motor Rated Output
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Safety devices list
EDUS281104
8. Safety devices list
8.1
FCQ
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU
3D042635B
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
3D042635B
46
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
8.2
Safety devices list
FHQ
FHQ18PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FHQ30PVJU
3D049334A
FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU
3D049334A
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
47
Safety devices list
8.3
EDUS281104
FAQ
FAQ18PVJU / FAQ24PVJU
4D047085B
48
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Capacity tables
9. Capacity tables
9.1
Cooling Only
9.1.1
FCQ
FCQ18PVJU + RZR18PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 11.68 10.3
68.0
61.0 14.21 11.1
72.0
64.0 16.10 11.9
77.0
67.0 18.00 12.8
80.0
72.0 20.79 13.6
86.0
75.0 21.14 13.6
90.0
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.63
0.74
0.83
0.95
1.14
1.14
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.3
14.21 11.1
16.10 11.9
18.00 12.8
20.06 13.4
20.41 13.3
PI
kW
0.67
0.83
0.96
1.10
1.25
1.26
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
0.76
11.68 10.3
0.95
14.21 11.1
1.10
16.10 11.9
1.27
18.00 12.8
1.37
19.32 13.1
1.38
19.68 13.1
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.3
14.21 11.1
16.10 11.9
18.00 12.8
19.00 13.0
19.35 12.9
PI
kW
0.81
1.01
1.17
1.36
1.42
1.43
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
18.00
18.59
18.95
95
SHC
MBh
10.3
11.1
11.9
12.8
12.9
12.8
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
PI
kW
0.86
1.08
1.27
1.47
1.49
1.50
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
17.27
17.86
18.21
104
SHC
MBh
10.3
11.1
11.9
12.8
12.7
12.8
PI
kW
0.98
1.24
1.46
1.59
1.61
1.62
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FCQ24PVJU + RZR24PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H
57.0 15.57
68.0
61.0 18.94
72.0
64.0 21.47
77.0
67.0 24.00
80.0
72.0 27.72
86.0
75.0 28.19
90.0
68
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
18.7
19.9
18.3
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.88
1.05
1.19
1.37
1.65
1.66
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
26.74
27.21
77
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
18.7
19.2
17.7
PI
kW
0.95
1.18
1.38
1.60
1.83
1.84
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
25.76
26.24
Outdoor Air
86
SHC
PI
MBh
kW
1.08
13.6
1.37
15.9
1.60
16.9
1.86
18.7
2.01
18.6
2.02
17.0
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 13.6
18.94 15.9
21.47 16.9
24.00 18.7
25.33 18.2
25.80 16.8
PI
kW
1.15
1.45
1.71
1.99
2.09
2.10
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
24.79
25.26
95
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
18.7
17.9
16.5
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
PI
kW
1.24
1.57
1.85
2.16
2.18
2.20
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
23.02
23.81
24.29
104
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
17.9
17.2
15.8
PI
kW
1.41
1.81
2.14
2.34
2.37
2.38
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
49
Capacity tables
EDUS281104
FCQ30PVJU + RZR30PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 19.47 16.8
68.0
61.0 23.68 20.1
72.0
64.0 26.84 21.2
77.0
67.0 30.00 23.1
80.0
72.0 34.65 24.4
86.0
75.0 35.24 22.2
90.0
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
1.24
1.50
1.71
1.97
2.39
2.40
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 16.8
23.68 20.1
26.84 21.2
30.00 23.1
33.43 23.7
34.02 21.4
PI
kW
1.35
1.69
1.99
2.31
2.64
2.66
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.55
19.47 16.8
1.96
23.68 20.1
2.31
26.84 21.2
2.69
30.00 23.1
2.91
32.21 22.9
2.92
32.80 20.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 16.8
23.68 20.1
26.84 21.2
30.00 23.1
31.66 22.5
32.25 20.4
PI
kW
1.64
2.09
2.47
2.88
3.02
3.04
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
30.00
30.99
31.58
95
SHC
MBh
16.8
20.1
21.2
23.1
22.1
19.9
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
PI
kW
1.77
2.26
2.68
3.13
3.17
3.19
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
28.78
29.77
30.36
104
SHC
MBh
16.8
20.1
21.2
22.1
21.2
19.2
PI
kW
2.03
2.61
3.11
3.39
3.43
3.46
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FCQ36MVJU + RZR36PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
230V–60Hz
68
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
23.4
57.0
68.0
28.4
61.0
72.0
32.2
64.0
77.0
36.0
67.0
80.0
41.6
72.0
86.0
42.3
75.0
90.0
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
PI
TC
PI
kW
MBh
kW
23.4 2.07
1.94
28.4 2.64
2.47
32.2 3.12
2.92
36.0 3.65
3.41
38.0 3.83
3.68
38.7 3.85
3.70
77
PI
kW
1.56
1.89
2.15
2.48
3.02
3.03
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
40.1
40.8
PI
kW
1.69
2.13
2.51
2.91
3.35
3.37
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
38.6
39.4
95
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
37.2
37.9
104
PI
kW
2.23
2.86
3.39
3.97
4.02
4.04
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
34.5
35.7
36.4
PI
kW
2.56
3.31
3.94
4.30
4.36
4.39
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FCQ42MVJU + RZR42PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
26.3
57.0
68.0
32.0
61.0
72.0
36.2
64.0
77.0
40.5
67.0
80.0
46.8
72.0
86.0
47.6
75.0
90.0
230V–60Hz
68
77
PI
kW
1.94
2.36
2.70
3.12
3.80
3.82
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
45.1
45.9
PI
kW
2.11
2.68
3.15
3.67
4.22
4.24
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
PI
TC
PI
kW
MBh
kW
26.3 2.59
2.44
32.0 3.32
3.11
36.2 3.93
3.68
40.5 4.60
4.29
42.7 4.83
4.64
43.5 4.86
4.67
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
43.5
44.3
95
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
41.8
42.6
104
PI
kW
2.80
3.60
4.28
5.01
5.07
5.10
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
38.9
40.2
41.0
PI
kW
3.22
4.17
4.97
5.43
5.50
5.54
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
50
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
9.1.2
Capacity tables
FHQ
FHQ18PVJU + RZR18PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 11.68 10.6
68.0
61.0 14.21 11.9
72.0
64.0 16.10 12.7
77.0
67.0 18.00 13.3
80.0
72.0 20.79 14.2
86.0
75.0 21.14 13.5
90.0
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.61
0.58
0.67
0.78
0.96
0.97
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.6
14.21 11.9
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.3
20.06 14.0
20.41 13.2
PI
kW
0.65
0.80
0.93
1.07
1.22
1.22
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
0.74
11.68 10.6
0.92
14.21 11.9
1.07
16.10 12.7
1.24
18.00 13.3
1.33
19.32 13.2
1.34
19.68 12.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.6
14.21 11.9
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.3
19.00 13.3
19.35 12.8
PI
kW
0.78
0.98
1.14
1.32
1.38
1.39
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
18.00
18.59
18.95
95
SHC
MBh
10.6
11.9
12.7
13.3
13.2
12.5
PI
kW
0.84
1.05
1.23
1.43
1.45
1.45
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
17.27
17.86
18.21
104
SHC
MBh
10.6
11.9
12.7
13.3
12.7
12.2
PI
kW
0.95
1.20
1.42
1.54
1.56
1.57
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FHQ24PVJU + RZR24PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 15.57 12.6
68.0
61.0 18.94 14.9
72.0
64.0 21.47 16.3
77.0
67.0 24.00 17.1
80.0
72.0 27.72 17.5
86.0
75.0 28.19 16.9
90.0
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.83
1.00
1.13
1.30
1.57
1.58
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 12.6
18.94 14.9
21.47 16.3
24.00 17.1
26.74 16.9
27.21 16.3
PI
kW
0.90
1.12
1.31
1.52
1.73
1.75
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.03
15.57 12.6
1.29
18.94 14.9
1.52
21.47 16.3
1.76
24.00 17.1
1.90
25.76 16.5
1.91
26.24 15.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 12.6
18.94 14.9
21.47 16.3
24.00 17.1
25.33 16.2
25.80 15.5
PI
kW
1.09
1.38
1.62
1.89
1.98
1.99
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
24.79
25.26
95
SHC
MBh
12.6
14.9
16.3
17.1
16.1
15.2
PI
kW
1.17
1.49
1.76
2.05
2.07
2.09
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
23.02
23.81
24.29
104
SHC
MBh
12.6
14.9
16.3
16.4
15.5
14.6
PI
kW
1.34
1.72
2.03
2.22
2.24
2.26
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FHQ30PVJU + RZR30PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 19.47 15.6
68.0
61.0 23.68 18.5
72.0
64.0 26.84 19.9
77.0
67.0 30.00 21.1
80.0
72.0 34.65 21.8
86.0
75.0 35.24 21.1
90.0
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
1.15
1.40
1.59
1.84
2.23
2.25
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 15.6
23.68 18.5
26.84 19.9
30.00 21.1
33.43 21.0
34.02 20.4
PI
kW
1.25
1.58
1.86
2.16
2.48
2.49
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.44
19.47 15.6
1.83
23.68 18.5
2.16
26.84 19.9
2.52
30.00 21.1
2.72
32.21 20.6
2.74
32.80 19.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 15.6
23.68 18.5
26.84 19.9
30.00 21.1
31.66 20.3
32.25 19.4
PI
kW
1.53
1.95
2.31
2.70
2.83
2.85
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
30.00
30.99
31.58
95
SHC
MBh
15.6
18.5
19.9
21.1
20.2
18.9
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
PI
kW
1.65
2.12
2.51
2.94
2.97
2.99
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
28.78
29.77
30.36
104
SHC
MBh
15.6
18.5
19.9
20.2
19.4
18.3
PI
kW
1.90
2.45
2.91
3.19
3.23
3.25
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
51
Capacity tables
EDUS281104
FHQ36MVJU + RZR36PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
230V–60Hz
68
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
23.4
57.0
68.0
28.4
61.0
72.0
32.2
64.0
77.0
36.0
67.0
80.0
41.6
72.0
86.0
42.3
75.0
90.0
77
PI
kW
1.40
1.70
1.94
2.25
2.73
2.75
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
40.1
40.8
PI
kW
1.52
1.93
2.27
2.64
3.03
3.05
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
TC
PI
TC
PI
MBh
kW
MBh
kW
23.4 1.87
23.4 1.76
28.4 2.39
28.4 2.24
32.2 2.83
32.2 2.64
36.0 3.31
36.0 3.09
38.0 3.47
38.6 3.34
38.7 3.49
39.4 3.36
95
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
37.2
37.9
104
PI
kW
2.02
2.59
3.07
3.60
3.64
3.67
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
34.5
35.7
36.4
PI
kW
2.32
3.00
3.57
3.90
3.95
3.98
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FHQ42MVJU + RZR42PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
26.3
57.0
68.0
32.0
61.0
72.0
36.2
64.0
77.0
40.5
67.0
80.0
46.8
72.0
86.0
47.6
75.0
90.0
230V–60Hz
68
77
PI
kW
1.66
2.02
2.31
2.67
3.26
3.28
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
45.1
45.9
PI
kW
1.81
2.29
2.70
3.15
3.62
3.64
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
PI
TC
PI
kW
MBh
kW
26.3 2.22
2.09
32.0 2.85
2.67
36.2 3.37
3.15
40.5 3.95
3.68
42.7 4.14
3.98
43.5 4.17
4.01
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
43.5
44.3
95
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
41.8
42.6
104
PI
kW
2.40
3.09
3.67
4.30
4.35
4.38
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
38.9
40.2
41.0
PI
kW
2.76
3.58
4.26
4.66
4.72
4.75
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
52
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
9.1.3
Capacity tables
FAQ
FAQ18PVJU + RZR18PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 11.68 8.9
68.0
61.0 14.21 11.7
72.0
64.0 16.10 12.7
77.0
67.0 18.00 13.7
80.0
72.0 20.79 14.1
86.0
75.0 21.14 12.8
90.0
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.60
0.74
0.84
0.98
1.19
1.20
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 8.9
14.21 11.7
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.7
20.06 14.1
20.41 12.8
PI
kW
0.66
0.84
0.99
1.15
1.33
1.34
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
0.76
11.68 8.9
0.97
14.21 11.7
1.15
16.10 12.7
1.35
18.00 13.7
1.46
19.32 14.1
1.47
19.68 12.8
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 8.9
14.21 11.7
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.7
19.00 14.1
19.35 12.8
PI
kW
0.81
1.04
1.24
1.45
1.52
1.53
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
18.00
18.59
18.95
95
SHC
MBh
8.9
11.7
12.7
13.7
14.1
12.8
PI
kW
0.88
1.13
1.35
1.58
1.60
1.61
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
17.27
17.86
18.21
104
SHC
MBh
8.9
11.7
12.7
13.7
14.1
12.8
PI
kW
1.01
1.31
1.57
1.72
1.74
1.75
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FAQ24PVJU + RZR24PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 15.57 14.3
68.0
61.0 18.94 15.3
72.0
64.0 21.47 16.5
77.0
67.0 24.00 18.0
80.0
72.0 27.72 18.8
86.0
75.0 28.19 17.5
90.0
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.96
1.18
1.35
1.57
1.93
1.94
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 14.3
18.94 15.3
21.47 16.5
24.00 18.0
26.74 18.4
27.21 17.0
PI
kW
1.05
1.34
1.59
1.86
2.15
2.16
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.21
15.57 14.3
1.57
18.94 15.3
1.86
21.47 16.5
2.19
24.00 18.0
2.37
25.76 18.0
2.38
26.24 16.6
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 14.3
18.94 15.3
21.47 16.5
24.00 18.0
25.33 17.8
25.80 16.4
PI
kW
1.30
1.68
2.00
2.35
2.47
2.48
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
24.79
25.26
95
SHC
MBh
14.3
15.3
16.5
18.0
17.6
16.2
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Equivalent Piping Length
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
PI
kW
1.41
1.82
2.18
2.56
2.59
2.61
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
23.02
23.81
24.29
104
SHC
MBh
14.3
15.3
16.5
18.0
17.2
15.7
PI
kW
1.62
2.12
2.54
2.78
2.82
2.84
Hz, Volts
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
53
Capacity tables
EDUS281104
9.2
Heat Pump
9.2.1
FCQ
FCQ18PVJU + RZQ18PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 11.68 10.3
68.0
61.0 14.21 11.1
72.0
64.0 16.10 11.9
77.0
67.0 18.00 12.8
80.0
72.0 20.79 13.6
86.0
75.0 21.14 13.6
90.0
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.63
0.74
0.83
0.95
1.14
1.14
23
PI
kW
2.80
2.64
2.42
2.32
2.21
2.06
PI
kW
0.67
0.83
0.96
1.10
1.25
1.26
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
0.76
11.68 10.3
0.95
14.21 11.1
1.10
16.10 11.9
1.27
18.00 12.8
1.37
19.32 13.1
1.38
19.68 13.1
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.3
14.21 11.1
16.10 11.9
18.00 12.8
19.00 13.0
19.35 12.9
PI
kW
0.81
1.01
1.17
1.36
1.42
1.43
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
18.00
18.59
18.95
95
SHC
MBh
10.3
11.1
11.9
12.8
12.9
12.8
PI
kW
0.86
1.08
1.27
1.47
1.49
1.50
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
17.27
17.86
18.21
104
SHC
MBh
10.3
11.1
11.9
12.8
12.7
12.8
PI
kW
0.98
1.24
1.46
1.59
1.61
1.62
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.3
14.21 11.1
16.10 11.9
18.00 12.8
20.06 13.4
20.41 13.3
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
2.47 23.33 2.10 23.33
2.33 22.22 1.98 22.22
2.15 20.74 1.83 20.74
2.06 20.00 1.76 20.00
1.97 19.26 1.69 19.26
1.84 18.15 1.58 18.15
50
PI
kW
1.85
1.75
1.62
1.56
1.50
1.41
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
PI
kW
1.72
1.63
1.51
1.46
1.40
1.32
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FCQ24PVJU + RZQ24PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H
57.0 15.57
68.0
61.0 18.94
72.0
64.0 21.47
77.0
67.0 24.00
80.0
72.0 27.72
86.0
75.0 28.19
90.0
68
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
18.7
19.9
18.3
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.88
1.05
1.19
1.37
1.65
1.66
23
PI
kW
2.69
2.75
2.82
2.85
2.89
2.94
77
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
18.7
19.2
17.7
PI
kW
0.95
1.18
1.38
1.60
1.83
1.84
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
25.76
26.24
Outdoor Air
86
SHC
PI
MBh
kW
1.08
13.6
1.37
15.9
1.60
16.9
1.86
18.7
2.01
18.6
2.02
17.0
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 13.6
18.94 15.9
21.47 16.9
24.00 18.7
25.33 18.2
25.80 16.8
PI
kW
1.15
1.45
1.71
1.99
2.09
2.10
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
24.79
25.26
95
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
18.7
17.9
16.5
PI
kW
1.24
1.57
1.85
2.16
2.18
2.20
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
23.02
23.81
24.29
104
SHC
MBh
13.6
15.9
16.9
17.9
17.2
15.8
PI
kW
1.41
1.81
2.14
2.34
2.37
2.38
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
24.18
24.14
24.09
24.06
24.03
23.99
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
26.74
27.21
TC
MBh
26.67
26.63
26.57
26.55
26.00
24.50
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
2.81 30.49 2.94 31.50
2.85 30.00 2.92 30.00
2.92 28.00 2.69 28.00
2.95 27.00 2.58 27.00
2.89 26.00 2.47 26.00
2.70 24.50 2.31 24.50
50
PI
kW
2.71
2.56
2.37
2.28
2.18
2.05
TC
MBh
31.50
30.00
28.00
27.00
26.00
24.50
PI
kW
2.52
2.38
2.21
2.12
2.04
1.91
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
54
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Capacity tables
FCQ30PVJU + RZQ30PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 19.47 16.8
68.0
61.0 23.68 20.1
72.0
64.0 26.84 21.2
77.0
67.0 30.00 23.1
80.0
72.0 34.65 24.4
86.0
75.0 35.24 22.2
90.0
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
1.24
1.50
1.71
1.97
2.39
2.40
23
PI
kW
2.72
2.80
2.91
2.96
3.02
3.10
PI
kW
1.35
1.69
1.99
2.31
2.64
2.66
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.55
19.47 16.8
1.96
23.68 20.1
2.31
26.84 21.2
2.69
30.00 23.1
2.91
32.21 22.9
2.92
32.80 20.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 16.8
23.68 20.1
26.84 21.2
30.00 23.1
31.66 22.5
32.25 20.4
PI
kW
1.64
2.09
2.47
2.88
3.02
3.04
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
30.00
30.99
31.58
95
SHC
MBh
16.8
20.1
21.2
23.1
22.1
19.9
PI
kW
1.77
2.26
2.68
3.13
3.17
3.19
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
28.78
29.77
30.36
104
SHC
MBh
16.8
20.1
21.2
22.1
21.2
19.2
PI
kW
2.03
2.61
3.11
3.39
3.43
3.46
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
24.41
24.36
24.29
24.25
24.22
24.17
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 16.8
23.68 20.1
26.84 21.2
30.00 23.1
33.43 23.7
34.02 21.4
TC
MBh
26.89
26.84
26.77
26.74
26.70
26.65
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
2.89 30.72 3.09 34.22
2.96 30.66 3.16 34.17
3.06 30.59 3.24 34.10
3.11 30.56 3.29 34.00
3.16 30.53 3.33 32.74
3.23 30.47 3.39 30.85
50
PI
kW
3.24
3.30
3.38
3.41
3.26
3.06
TC
MBh
36.45
36.40
35.26
34.00
32.74
30.85
PI
kW
3.32
3.38
3.30
3.17
3.04
2.85
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FCQ36MVJU + RZQ36PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
23.4
57.0
68.0
28.4
61.0
72.0
32.2
64.0
77.0
36.0
67.0
80.0
41.6
72.0
86.0
42.3
75.0
90.0
77
PI
kW
1.56
1.89
2.15
2.48
3.02
3.03
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
40.1
40.8
23
PI
kW
3.55
3.64
3.77
3.83
3.90
3.99
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
PI
TC
PI
kW
MBh
kW
23.4 2.07
1.94
28.4 2.64
2.47
32.2 3.12
2.92
36.0 3.65
3.41
38.0 3.83
3.68
38.7 3.85
3.70
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
38.6
39.4
95
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
37.2
37.9
104
PI
kW
2.23
2.86
3.39
3.97
4.02
4.04
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
34.5
35.7
36.4
PI
kW
2.56
3.31
3.94
4.30
4.36
4.39
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
30.1
30.0
29.9
29.9
29.9
29.8
PI
kW
1.69
2.13
2.51
2.91
3.35
3.37
TC
MBh
33.5
33.5
33.4
33.4
33.3
33.3
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
3.77 37.0 3.95 41.2
3.85 36.9 4.03 41.2
3.97 36.9 4.13 41.0
4.03 36.8 4.18 39.5
4.08 36.8 4.23 38.0
4.17 35.8 4.16 35.8
50
PI
kW
4.13
4.20
4.27
4.10
3.93
3.68
TC
MBh
43.9
43.8
41.0
39.5
38.0
35.8
PI
kW
4.23
4.29
3.98
3.82
3.66
3.43
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
55
Capacity tables
EDUS281104
FCQ42MVJU + RZQ42PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
26.3
57.0
68.0
32.0
61.0
72.0
36.2
64.0
77.0
40.5
67.0
80.0
46.8
72.0
86.0
47.6
75.0
90.0
77
PI
kW
1.94
2.36
2.70
3.12
3.80
3.82
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
45.1
45.9
23
PI
kW
3.53
3.64
3.77
3.84
3.91
4.01
95
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
41.8
42.6
104
PI
kW
2.80
3.60
4.28
5.01
5.07
5.10
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
38.9
40.2
41.0
PI
kW
3.22
4.17
4.97
5.43
5.50
5.54
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
30.5
30.4
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.2
PI
kW
2.11
2.68
3.15
3.67
4.22
4.24
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
TC
PI
TC
PI
MBh
kW
MBh
kW
26.3 2.59
26.3 2.44
32.0 3.32
32.0 3.11
36.2 3.93
36.2 3.68
40.5 4.60
40.5 4.29
42.7 4.83
43.5 4.64
43.5 4.86
44.3 4.67
TC
MBh
34.0
33.9
33.8
33.8
33.8
33.7
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
3.77 37.5 3.96 41.8
3.86 37.4 4.04 41.7
3.98 37.3 4.15 41.6
4.04 37.3 4.21 41.5
4.10 37.3 4.26 40.0
4.19 37.2 4.34 37.7
50
PI
kW
4.15
4.23
4.32
4.36
4.18
3.91
TC
MBh
44.5
44.4
43.0
41.5
40.0
37.7
PI
kW
4.26
4.32
4.23
4.06
3.89
3.65
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
56
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
9.2.2
Capacity tables
FHQ
FHQ18PVJU + RZQ18PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 11.68 10.6
68.0
61.0 14.21 11.9
72.0
64.0 16.10 12.7
77.0
67.0 18.00 13.3
80.0
72.0 20.79 14.2
86.0
75.0 21.14 13.5
90.0
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.61
0.58
0.67
0.78
0.96
0.97
23
PI
kW
2.77
2.61
2.39
2.29
2.19
2.04
PI
kW
0.65
0.80
0.93
1.07
1.22
1.22
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
0.74
11.68 10.6
0.92
14.21 11.9
1.07
16.10 12.7
1.24
18.00 13.3
1.33
19.32 13.2
1.34
19.68 12.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.6
14.21 11.9
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.3
19.00 13.3
19.35 12.8
PI
kW
0.78
0.98
1.14
1.32
1.38
1.39
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
18.00
18.59
18.95
95
SHC
MBh
10.6
11.9
12.7
13.3
13.2
12.5
PI
kW
0.84
1.05
1.23
1.43
1.45
1.45
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
17.27
17.86
18.21
104
SHC
MBh
10.6
11.9
12.7
13.3
12.7
12.2
PI
kW
0.95
1.20
1.42
1.54
1.56
1.57
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 10.6
14.21 11.9
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.3
20.06 14.0
20.41 13.2
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
2.45 23.33 2.07 23.33
2.30 22.22 1.96 22.22
2.12 20.74 1.81 20.74
2.03 20.00 1.74 20.00
1.94 19.26 1.66 19.26
1.81 18.15 1.56 18.15
50
PI
kW
1.82
1.73
1.60
1.54
1.48
1.39
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
PI
kW
1.70
1.61
1.49
1.44
1.38
1.30
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FHQ24PVJU + RZQ24PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 15.57 12.6
68.0
61.0 18.94 14.9
72.0
64.0 21.47 16.3
77.0
67.0 24.00 17.1
80.0
72.0 27.72 17.5
86.0
75.0 28.19 16.9
90.0
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.83
1.00
1.13
1.30
1.57
1.58
23
PI
kW
2.78
2.83
2.90
2.94
2.98
3.03
PI
kW
0.90
1.12
1.31
1.52
1.73
1.75
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.03
15.57 12.6
1.29
18.94 14.9
1.52
21.47 16.3
1.76
24.00 17.1
1.90
25.76 16.5
1.91
26.24 15.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 12.6
18.94 14.9
21.47 16.3
24.00 17.1
25.33 16.2
25.80 15.5
PI
kW
1.09
1.38
1.62
1.89
1.98
1.99
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
24.79
25.26
95
SHC
MBh
12.6
14.9
16.3
17.1
16.1
15.2
PI
kW
1.17
1.49
1.76
2.05
2.07
2.09
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
23.02
23.81
24.29
104
SHC
MBh
12.6
14.9
16.3
16.4
15.5
14.6
PI
kW
1.34
1.72
2.03
2.22
2.24
2.26
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
24.18
24.14
24.09
24.06
24.03
23.99
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 12.6
18.94 14.9
21.47 16.3
24.00 17.1
26.74 16.9
27.21 16.3
TC
MBh
26.67
26.63
26.57
26.55
26.00
24.50
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
2.89 30.49 3.03 31.50
2.94 30.00 3.01 30.00
3.01 28.00 2.77 28.00
3.04 27.00 2.66 27.00
2.98 26.00 2.54 26.00
2.78 24.50 2.38 24.50
50
PI
kW
2.80
2.64
2.44
2.34
2.25
2.11
TC
MBh
31.50
30.00
28.00
27.00
26.00
24.50
PI
kW
2.60
2.46
2.27
2.19
2.10
1.97
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
57
Capacity tables
EDUS281104
FHQ30PVJU + RZQ30PVJU
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 19.47 15.6
68.0
61.0 23.68 18.5
72.0
64.0 26.84 19.9
77.0
67.0 30.00 21.1
80.0
72.0 34.65 21.8
86.0
75.0 35.24 21.1
90.0
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
1.15
1.40
1.59
1.84
2.23
2.25
23
PI
kW
2.97
3.06
3.18
3.24
3.30
3.39
PI
kW
1.25
1.58
1.86
2.16
2.48
2.49
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.44
19.47 15.6
1.83
23.68 18.5
2.16
26.84 19.9
2.52
30.00 21.1
2.72
32.21 20.6
2.74
32.80 19.7
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 15.6
23.68 18.5
26.84 19.9
30.00 21.1
31.66 20.3
32.25 19.4
PI
kW
1.53
1.95
2.31
2.70
2.83
2.85
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
30.00
30.99
31.58
95
SHC
MBh
15.6
18.5
19.9
21.1
20.2
18.9
PI
kW
1.65
2.12
2.51
2.94
2.97
2.99
TC
kBTUH
19.47
23.68
26.84
28.78
29.77
30.36
104
SHC
MBh
15.6
18.5
19.9
20.2
19.4
18.3
PI
kW
1.90
2.45
2.91
3.19
3.23
3.25
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
24.41
24.36
24.29
24.25
24.22
24.17
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
19.47 15.6
23.68 18.5
26.84 19.9
30.00 21.1
33.43 21.0
34.02 20.4
TC
MBh
26.89
26.84
26.77
26.74
26.70
26.65
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
3.16 30.72 3.39 34.22
3.24 30.66 3.46 34.17
3.35 30.59 3.55 34.10
3.40 30.56 3.60 34.00
3.46 30.53 3.65 32.74
3.54 30.47 3.72 30.85
50
PI
kW
3.55
3.62
3.70
3.73
3.57
3.34
TC
MBh
36.45
36.40
35.26
34.00
32.74
30.85
PI
kW
3.64
3.70
3.62
3.47
3.33
3.12
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FHQ36MVJU + RZQ36PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
23.4
57.0
68.0
28.4
61.0
72.0
32.2
64.0
77.0
36.0
67.0
80.0
41.6
72.0
86.0
42.3
75.0
90.0
77
PI
kW
1.40
1.70
1.94
2.25
2.73
2.75
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
40.1
40.8
23
PI
kW
3.56
3.65
3.78
3.84
3.91
4.00
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
PI
TC
PI
kW
MBh
kW
23.4 1.87
1.76
28.4 2.39
2.24
32.2 2.83
2.64
36.0 3.31
3.09
38.0 3.47
3.34
38.7 3.49
3.36
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
38.6
39.4
95
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
36.0
37.2
37.9
104
PI
kW
2.02
2.59
3.07
3.60
3.64
3.67
TC
MBh
23.4
28.4
32.2
34.5
35.7
36.4
PI
kW
2.32
3.00
3.57
3.90
3.95
3.98
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
28.6
28.6
28.5
28.4
28.4
28.3
PI
kW
1.52
1.93
2.27
2.64
3.03
3.05
TC
MBh
31.9
31.8
31.8
31.7
31.7
31.6
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
3.78 35.2 3.96 39.2
3.86 35.1 4.04 39.1
3.98 35.1 4.14 38.9
4.04 35.0 4.19 37.5
4.09 35.0 4.25 36.1
4.18 34.0 4.16 34.0
50
PI
kW
4.14
4.21
4.28
4.10
3.93
3.68
TC
MBh
41.8
41.7
38.9
37.5
36.1
34.0
PI
kW
4.24
4.30
3.97
3.81
3.66
3.43
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
58
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
EDUS281104
Capacity tables
FHQ42MVJU + RZQ42PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) M B h
26.3
57.0
68.0
32.0
61.0
72.0
36.2
64.0
77.0
40.5
67.0
80.0
46.8
72.0
86.0
47.6
75.0
90.0
77
PI
kW
1.66
2.02
2.31
2.67
3.26
3.28
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
45.1
45.9
23
PI
kW
3.48
3.58
3.71
3.78
3.85
3.95
95
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
40.5
41.8
42.6
104
PI
kW
2.40
3.09
3.67
4.30
4.35
4.38
TC
MBh
26.3
32.0
36.2
38.9
40.2
41.0
PI
kW
2.76
3.58
4.26
4.66
4.72
4.75
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
29.0
29.0
28.9
28.8
28.8
28.7
PI
kW
1.81
2.29
2.70
3.15
3.62
3.64
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FDB
86
90
TC
PI
TC
PI
MBh
kW
MBh
kW
26.3 2.22
26.3 2.09
32.0 2.85
32.0 2.67
36.2 3.37
36.2 3.15
40.5 3.95
40.5 3.68
42.7 4.14
43.5 3.98
43.5 4.17
44.3 4.01
TC
MBh
32.4
32.3
32.2
32.2
32.1
32.1
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
3.71 35.7 3.90 39.8
3.80 35.6 3.98 39.7
3.92 35.5 4.09 39.6
3.98 35.5 4.15 39.5
4.04 35.5 4.20 38.0
4.13 35.4 4.28 35.8
50
PI
kW
4.09
4.17
4.26
4.30
4.12
3.85
TC
MBh
42.3
42.3
41.0
39.5
38.0
35.8
PI
kW
4.20
4.26
4.17
4.00
3.84
3.59
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
59
Capacity tables
9.2.3
EDUS281104
FAQ
FAQ18PVJU + RZQ18PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 11.68 8.9
68.0
61.0 14.21 11.7
72.0
64.0 16.10 12.7
77.0
67.0 18.00 13.7
80.0
72.0 20.79 14.1
86.0
75.0 21.14 12.8
90.0
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.60
0.74
0.84
0.98
1.19
1.20
23
PI
kW
3.59
3.36
3.08
2.94
2.80
2.60
PI
kW
0.66
0.84
0.99
1.15
1.33
1.34
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
0.76
11.68 8.9
0.97
14.21 11.7
1.15
16.10 12.7
1.35
18.00 13.7
1.46
19.32 14.1
1.47
19.68 12.8
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 8.9
14.21 11.7
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.7
19.00 14.1
19.35 12.8
PI
kW
0.81
1.04
1.24
1.45
1.52
1.53
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
18.00
18.59
18.95
95
SHC
MBh
8.9
11.7
12.7
13.7
14.1
12.8
PI
kW
0.88
1.13
1.35
1.58
1.60
1.61
TC
kBTUH
11.68
14.21
16.10
17.27
17.86
18.21
104
SHC
MBh
8.9
11.7
12.7
13.7
14.1
12.8
PI
kW
1.01
1.31
1.57
1.72
1.74
1.75
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
11.68 8.9
14.21 11.7
16.10 12.7
18.00 13.7
20.06 14.1
20.41 12.8
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
3.15 23.33 2.65 23.33
2.96 22.22 2.49 22.22
2.71 20.74 2.29 20.74
2.59 20.00 2.19 20.00
2.47 19.26 2.10 19.26
2.30 18.15 1.95 18.15
50
PI
kW
2.31
2.18
2.01
1.93
1.84
1.72
TC
MBh
23.33
22.22
20.74
20.00
19.26
18.15
PI
kW
2.14
2.02
1.87
1.79
1.71
1.60
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
shows nominal MAX capacities
FAQ24PVJU + RZQ24PVJU9
Cooling Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
68
TC
SHC
EDB(˚FDB) EWB(˚FWB) k B T U H M B h
57.0 15.57 14.3
68.0
61.0 18.94 15.3
72.0
64.0 21.47 16.5
77.0
67.0 24.00 18.0
80.0
72.0 27.72 18.8
86.0
75.0 28.19 17.5
90.0
Heating Capacity
Indoor Air
Temp.
EDB(˚FDB)
61
64
68
70
72
75
230V–60Hz
PI
kW
0.96
1.18
1.35
1.57
1.93
1.94
23
PI
kW
4.50
4.59
4.71
4.77
4.82
4.79
PI
kW
1.05
1.34
1.59
1.86
2.15
2.16
Outdoor Air
86
TC
SHC
PI
kBTUH MBh
kW
1.21
15.57 14.3
1.57
18.94 15.3
1.86
21.47 16.5
2.19
24.00 18.0
2.37
25.76 18.0
2.38
26.24 16.6
Temp. ˚FDB
90
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 14.3
18.94 15.3
21.47 16.5
24.00 18.0
25.33 17.8
25.80 16.4
PI
kW
1.30
1.68
2.00
2.35
2.47
2.48
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
24.00
24.79
25.26
95
SHC
MBh
14.3
15.3
16.5
18.0
17.6
16.2
PI
kW
1.41
1.82
2.18
2.56
2.59
2.61
TC
kBTUH
15.57
18.94
21.47
23.02
23.81
24.29
104
SHC
MBh
14.3
15.3
16.5
18.0
17.2
15.7
PI
kW
1.62
2.12
2.54
2.78
2.82
2.84
230V–60Hz
14
TC
MBh
24.15
24.11
24.06
24.03
24.01
23.59
77
TC
SHC
kBTUH MBh
15.57 14.3
18.94 15.3
21.47 16.5
24.00 18.0
26.74 18.4
27.21 17.0
TC
MBh
26.64
26.60
26.55
26.00
25.04
23.59
Outdoor Air Temp. ˚FWB
32
43
PI
TC
PI
TC
kW
MBh
kW
MBh
4.69 30.33 4.88 30.33
4.77 28.89 4.59 28.89
4.87 26.96 4.22 26.96
4.77 26.00 4.04 26.00
4.55 25.04 3.86 25.04
4.23 23.59 3.60 23.59
50
PI
kW
4.26
4.02
3.70
3.54
3.39
3.16
TC
MBh
30.33
28.89
26.96
26.00
25.04
23.59
PI
kW
3.94
3.72
3.43
3.29
3.15
2.94
1. The above data are based on the following conditions.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
Indoor : 70˚FDB
Outdoor : 95˚FDB
Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
Equivalent Piping Length
Hz, Volts
25ft (Level Difference : 0)
60Hz, 230V
2. Capacities are net, including a deduction for cooling (an addition for heating) for indoor fan motor heat.
3.
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60
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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9.3
Capacity tables
Capacity correction ratio
3D064228B
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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Capacity tables
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3D071685
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
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RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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C: 3D047383B
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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Sound Levels (Reference)
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10. Sound Levels (Reference)
10.1
Overall
Location of microphone
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
Location of microphone
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
MIC. POSITION
3.3 ft (1 m)
4.9 ft (1.5 m)
MIC. POSITION
4.9 ft (1.5 m)
3.3 ft (1 m)
dBA
Model
(Heat Pump)
RZQ18PVJU9
208/230V, 60 Model
Hz
(Cooling Only)
49
RZR18PVJU
208/230V,
60 Hz
49
RZQ24PVJU9
49
RZR24PVJU
49
RZQ30PVJU
49
RZR30PVJU
49
RZQ36PVJU9
58
RZR36PVJU
58
RZQ42PVJU9
58
RZR42PVJU
58
10.2
Octave Band Level
Notes:
1. The operating conditions are assumed to be standard (JIS
conditions). Power source 208-230V, 60hz.
2. The operating values were obtained in an anechoic
chamber (conversion values).
3. Sound levels will vary depending on a range of factors
such as the construction (acoustic absorption coefficient)
of the particular room in which the equipment is installed.
208V-230V, 60H
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
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RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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RZQ42PVJU9 / RZR42PVJU
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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Operation limits
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Range for continuous operation
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
C: 3D064229A
NOTE: Operation can be extended to 0°F in cooling with use of the optional wind baffle.
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Operation limits
Range for continuous operation
RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
C: 3D065369A
NOTE: Operation can be extended to 0°F in cooling with use of the optional wind baffle.
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
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Accessories
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12.1
Indoor unit
12.1.1 FCQ
Optional accessories (For unit)
No.
Model
Item
FCQ18PVJU FCQ24PVJU FCQ30PVJU FCQ36MVJU FCQ42MVJU
Decoration panel
1
Filter
related
BYC125K-W19
High efficiency filter
65%
High efficiency filter
90%
Filter chamber for above
2
Fresh air intake kit
3
Panel spacer
KAF557DA160
KDDF55DA160
Ultra long life filter
Long life replacement filter
KAF556DA160
KAF55DA160
Non-woven type
KAF551KA160
KDDJ55XA160
KDBP55H160WA
C: 3D049129A
Optional accessories (For controls)
No.
1
Remote controller
2
Remote sensor
3
Installation box for adaptor PCB
4
Central remote controller
4-1 Electrical box
5
Model
Item
Unified ON/OFF controller
5-1 Electrical box
FCQ18PVJU FCQ24PVJU FCQ30PVJU FCQ36MVJU FCQ42MVJU
Wired
Wireless
BRC1E71
BRC7C812
KRCS01-1B
KRP1C98
DCS302C71
KJB311AA
DCS301C71
KJB212AA
6
Schedule timer
DST301BA61
7
External control adaptor for outdoor unit
*DTA104A62
8
DIII-NET expander adaptor
*DTA109A51
C: 3D049198C
Note:
1. Installation box (No.3) is necessary for each adaptor marked *.
2. Electrical box (No.4-1/5-1) is required for (No.4/5).
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Accessories
12.1.2 FHQ
Optional accessories (For unit)
Model
No. Item
1
Replacement long life filter
FHQ18PVJU FHQ24PVJU FHQ30PVJU FHQ36MVJU FHQ42MVJU
Resin net
KAF501DA160
Optional accessories (For controls)
Model
No. Item
1
Remote controller
2
Remote sensor
3
Installation box for adaptor PCB
4
Central remote controller
FHQ18PVJU FHQ24PVJU FHQ30PVJU FHQ36MVJU FHQ42MVJU
Wired
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E83
KRCS01-1B
KRP1C93
DCS302C71
4-1 Electrical box
5
KJB311AA
Unified ON/OFF controller
DCS301C71
5-1 Electrical box
KJB212AA
6
Schedule timer
DST301BA61
7
External control adaptor for outdoor unit
*DTA104A62
8
DIII-NET expander adaptor
*DTA109A51
C: 3D049198C
Note:
1. Installation box (No.3) is necessary for each adaptor marked *.
2. Electrical box (No.4-1/5-1) is required for (No.4/5).
12.1.3 FAQ
Optional accessories (For controls)
Model
No. Item
1
Remote controller
2
Remote sensor
3
Installation box for adaptor PCB
4
Central remote controller
FAQ18PVJU
BRC1E71
Wireless
BRC7E818
KRCS01-1B
—
DCS302C71
4-1 Electrical box
5
KJB311AA
Unified ON/OFF controller
DCS301C71
5-1 Electrical box
6
FAQ24PVJU
Wired
KJB212AA
Schedule timer
DST301BA61
7
External control adaptor for outdoor unit
—
8
DIII-NET expander adaptor
—
C: 3D049198C
Note:
1. Installation box (No.3) is necessary for each adaptor marked *.
2. Electrical box (No.4-1/5-1) is required for (No.4/5).
12.2
Outdoor unit
Optional accessories (For unit)
Model
Item
RZR18
PVJU
RZR24
PVJU
RZR30
PVJU
RZR36
PVJU
RZR42
PVJU
RZQ18
PVJU9
Central drain plug
KKPJ5F180
Fixture for preventing overturning
KPT-60B160
Wire fixture for preventing overturning
K-KYZP15C
RZR-P, RZQ-P(9)
RZQ24
PVJU9
RZQ30
PVJU
RZQ36
PVJU9
RZQ42
PVJU9
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13.1
Indoor unit
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU
FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
Unit (in.)
C: 4D042639B
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13.2
Outdoor unit
RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU
RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 / RZQ30PVJU
Unit (in.)
4D064214A
Installation of indoor / outdoor unit
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RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU
RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
Unit (in.)
4D065352A
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Installation of indoor unit
14. Installation of indoor unit
14.1
FCQ18PVJU / FCQ24PVJU / FCQ30PVJU
SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioners
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
1.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS ........................................... 1
BEFORE INSTALLATION .................................................. 2
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE ................................... 3
PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION ..................... 4
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES FOR FRESH AIR
INTAKE DUCT CONNECTION.......................................... 5
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION ......................................... 6
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK ....................................... 7
DRAIN PIPING WORK ...................................................... 8
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK .............................................. 9
WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET THE REMOTE
CONTROLLER ................................................................ 10
FIELD SETTING.............................................................. 12
INSTALLATION OF THE DECORATION PANEL ............. 12
TEST OPERATION ......................................................... 13
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS” carefully
before installing air conditioning equipment and be sure to
install it correctly. After completing the installation, make sure
that the unit operates properly during the start-up operation.
Please instruct the customer on how to operate the unit and
keep it maintained.
Also, inform customers that they should store this installation
manual along with the operation manual for future reference.
This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not
accessible to the general public”.
Meaning of danger, warning, caution and note symbols.
DANGER ................ Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which,if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING .............. Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION ............... Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury. It
may also be sued to alert against
unsafe practices.
NOTE ..................... Indicates situation that may result in
equipment or property-damage-only
accidents.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or
lightning rods because incomplete grounding could
cause a severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury
or death, and to gas pipes because a gas leak could
result in an explosion which could lead to severe injury
or death.
1
Installation manual
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials
are present due to risk of explosion resulting in serious
injury or death.
• Refrigerant gas in heavier than air and displaces oxygen. A massive leak could lead to oxygen depletion,
especially in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard
could occur leading to serious injury or death.
• If the refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate
the area immediately.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the
refrigerant gas does not leak.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden
parts, may cause stabs or other injuries. Tear apart and
throw away plastic packaging bags so that children will not
play with them. Children playing with plastic bags face the
danger of death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out
installation work. Do not try to install the unit by yourself.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Perform installation work in accordance with this installation manual.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts
for installation work.
Failure to use the specified parts may result in water leakage, electric shocks, fire or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong
enough to withstand the weight of the unit.
A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injuries.
• Carry out the specified installation work after considering strong considering winds, typhoons or earthquakes.
Improper installation work may result in the equipment
falling and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried
out by qualified personnel according to local laws and
regulations and this installation manual.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical
construction may lead to electric shocks or fire.
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires
are used, and no external forces act on the terminal
connections or wires.
Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
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• When wiring the power supply and connecting the
remote controller wire and transmission wire, position
the wires so that the control box lid can be securely
fastened.
Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in
electric shocks, fire or the terminals overheating.
• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers.
Touching a switch with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker.
Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in
electric shocks, or fire.
• Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations:
(a) where a mineral oil mist or an oil spray or vapor is
produced, for example in a kitchen
Plastic parts may deteriorate and fall off or result in
water leakage.
(b) where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is
produced
Corroding copper pipes or soldered parts may result in
refrigerant leakage.
(c) near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of the
control system and result in a malfunction of the equipment.
(d) where flammable gases may leak, where there are
carbon fiber or ignitable dust suspensions in the air, or
where volatile flammables such as thinner or gasoline
are handled.
Operating the unit in such conditions may result in fire.
• Heat exchanger fins are sharp to cut.
To avoid injury wear gloves to cover the fins when working
around them.
• Refrigerant pipes may be very hot or very cold during
or immediately after operation.
Touching them could result in burns or frostbite. To avoid
injury give the pipes time to return to normal temperature
or, if you must touch them, be sure to wear proper gloves.
CAUTION
• While following the instructions in this installation
manual, install drain pipe in order to ensure proper
drainage and insulate pipe in order to prevent condensate.
Improper drain pipe may result in water leakage and property damage.
• Be very careful about product transportation.
Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use
any PP bands for a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden
parts, may cause stabs or other injuries.
Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that
children will not play with them. If children play with a plastic
bag which was not torn apart, they face the risk of suffocation.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping
operation.
Always wait at least 5 minutes before turning off the power.
Otherwise, water leakage and trouble may occur.
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• Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to
prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by
small animals.
Small animals making contact with electrical parts can
cause malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please instruct the
customer to keep the area around the unit clean.
NOTE
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wire
and transmission wire at least 3.5ft. away from televisions or radios in order to prevent image interference
or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5ft. may not
be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
• Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance
can result shorter than expected in rooms with electronic fluorescent lamps. (inverter or rapid start types)
Install the indoor unit as far away from fluorescent lamps as
possible.
• In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
• Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil
and eventual other parts, should be done in accordance with the relevant local and national regulations.
2.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
• When moving the unit while removing it from the packing case, be sure to lift it by the four hanger brackets.
Avoid putting any pressure on other parts especially
the refrigerant piping.
• Be sure to check the type of R410A refrigerant to be used
before installing the unit. (Using an incorrect refrigerant will
prevent normal operation of the unit.)
• The accessories needed for installation must be retained in
your custody until the installation work is completed. Do not
discard them!
• Decide upon a line of transport.
• Leave the unit inside its packaging while moving, until
reaching the installation site. Where unpacking is unavoidable, use a sling of soft material or protective plates together with a rope when lifting, to avoid damage or scratches to
the unit.
• When moving the unit at or after opening, hold the unit by
the hanger brackets (× 4). Do not apply force to the refrigerant pipe, drain pipe or plastic parts.
• For the installation of an outdoor unit, refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• Do not install or operate the unit in rooms mentioned below.
• Laden with mineral oil, or filled with oil vapor or spray
like in kitchens. (Plastic parts may deteriorate which
could eventually cause the unit to fall out of place, or
could lead to leaks.)
• Where corrosive gas like sulfurous gas exists.
(Copper tubing and brazed spots may corrode which
could eventually lead to refrigerant leaks.)
• Where machines can generate electromagnetic
waves. (Control system may malfunction.)
• Where the air contains high levels of salt such as that
near the ocean and where voltage fluctuates greatly
such as that in factories. Also in vehicles or vessels.
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• This unit, both indoor and outdoor, is suitable for installation
in a commercial and light industrial environment.
If installed as a household appliance it could cause electromagnetic interference.
Table 2
Remote controller
Wired type
Wireless type
BRC1C71
BRC7C812
WARNING
• Entrust installation to the place of purchase or a qualified
person. Improper installation could lead to leak and, in
worse cases, electric shock of fire.
• Use of unspecified parts could lead to the unit falling, leaks
and, in worse cases, electric shock or fire.
• Be sure to read this manual before installing the indoor unit.
• Be sure to mount an air filter (part to be procured in the field) in
the suction air passage in order to prevent water leaking, etc.
ACCESSORIES
Check the following accessories are included with your unit.
Name
(1) Drain
hose
(2) Metal
clamp
Quantity
1 pc.
1 pc.
(3) Washer for
hanger
bracket
8 pcs.
(6) Screws
(M5)
(7) Washer
fixing plate
Insulation
for fitting
4 pcs.
4 pcs.
1 each
(4) Clamp
4 pcs.
Shape
Name
Quantity
a. Items to be checked after completion of work
If not properly done, what is
likely to occur.
Are the indoor and outdoor unit The units may drop, vibrate or
fixed firmly?
make noise.
It may result in insufficient
Is the gas leak test finished?
cooling.
Is the unit fully insulated?
Condensate water may drip.
Does drainage flow smoothly? Condensate water may drip.
Does the power supply voltage
The unit may malfunction or the
correspond to that shown on
components burn out.
the name plate?
The unit may malfunction or the
Are wiring and piping correct?
components burn out.
Is the unit safely grounded?
It may result in electric shock.
Is wiring size according to
The unit may malfunction or the
specifications?
components burn out.
Is something blocking the air
It may result in insufficient
outlet or inlet of either the
cooling.
indoor or outdoor units?
Are refrigerant piping length
The refrigerant charge in the
and additional refrigerant
system is not clear.
charge noted down?
Items to be checked
NOTE
2-1
FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, TAKE SPECIAL CARE
DURING CONSTRUCTION AND CHECK AFTER
INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.
(5) Paper
pattern for
installation
1 pc.
Also used
as packing
material
Shape
For paper
pattern for
installation
b. Items to be checked at time of delivery
Also review the “1. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS”
(8) for gas
pipe
(9) for liquid
pipe
Name
Quantity
Check
Items to be checked
Did you explain about operations while showing the operation
manual to your customer?
Did you hand the operation manual over to your customer?
2-3
Sealing pad
1 each
2 pcs.
(Other)
Check
NOTE TO INSTALLER
• Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the
unit (especially cleaning filters, operating different functions,
and adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out
operations themselves while looking at the manual.
• Installation manual
Shape
(10) Large
(12) Small
• Operation manual
(11) Medium
2-2
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• The optional decoration panel and remote controller are
required for this indoor unit.
Table 1
Model
FCQ18 · 24 · 30PVJU
3
Optional decoration panel
Color
White
BYC125K-W1
3.
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE
Please attach additional thermal insulation material to the unit
body when it is believed that the relative humidity in the ceiling
exceeds 80%. Use glass wool, polyethylene foam, or similar
with a thickness of 3/8 in.. or more as thermal insulation material.
(1) Select an installation site where the following conditions
are fulfilled and that meets with your customer’s approval.
• In the upper space (including the back of the ceiling) of the
indoor unit where there is no possible dripping of water
from the refrigerant pipe, drain pipe, water pipe, etc.
• Where optimum air distribution can be ensured.
• Where nothing blocks the air passage.
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PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION
(1) Relation of ceiling opening to unit and suspension
bolt position
33 1/16 (Indoor unit)
Refrigerant
pipe
30 11/16 (Suspension bolt pitch)
WARNING
• If the supporting structural members are not strong enough
to take the unit’s weight, the unit could fall out of place and
cause serious injury.
H
11 3/4 or more
(length: in.)
34 5/8 (Ceiling opening)
DANGER
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to the risk explosion resulting in serious injury
or death.
Model
FCQ18 · 24 · 30PVJU
37 3/8 (Decoration panel)
• Where condensate can be properly drained.
• Where the false ceiling is not noticeably on an incline.
• Where sufficient clearance for maintenance and service
can be ensured.
• Where piping between indoor and outdoor units is
possible within the allowable limit. (Refer to the installation manual of the outdoor unit.)
NOTE
Suspension
bolt (×4)
26 3/4 (Suspension bolt pitch)
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wire and
connecting wires at least 3.5ft. away from televisions or
radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5ft. may not
be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
33 1/16 (Indoor unit)
34 5/8 (Ceiling opening)
37 3/8 (Decoration panel)
A
(2) Ceiling height
This indoor unit may be installed on ceilings up to 10.5 ft.
in height.
[View as seen from A]
(length: in.)
„ Installation is possible when ceiling opening dimensions is
as follows.
• When installing the unit within the frame for fixing false
ceiling.
35 13/16
Air Air discharge 59
inlet
or more
(Dimension inside frame)
33 1/16 (Indoor unit)
Air
discharge
H
59
or more
39 3/8 or more
H
[Space required for installation]
False
ceiling
(5 15/16)
(3) Use suspension bolts for installation. Check whether
the ceiling is strong enough to support the weight of
the unit or not. If there is a risk, reinforce the ceiling
before installing the unit.
(Installation pitch is marked on the paper pattern for
installation. Refer to it to check for points requiring reinforcing.)
Hanger
bracket
33 1/16 (Indoor unit)
35 13/16
(Dimension inside frame)
59
or more
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Air
Air inlet
discharge
Air
discharge
(length: in.)
59
or more
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ŸInstallation example ®
33 13/16
(Opening dimension inside
the frame for ceiling)
Ceiling slap
1 15/16 3 15/16
Anchor
Long nut or turn-buckle
Frame
False
ceiling
Suspension bolt
False ceiling
NOTE) All the above parts are field supplied.
13/16 or more
33 13/16-*35 13/16
(Ceiling opening dimension)
13/16 or more
(Ceiling-panel
overlapping
dimension)
(length: in.)
5.
Ceiling material
1 3/8 or less
1 3/8 or less
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES FOR
FRESH AIR INTAKE DUCT CONNECTION
(1) Cut off the knockout hole on the side plate.
Then, cut the inner insulation of the hole portion.
(Refer to Fig. 1)
(2) Adhere the insulation for opening of unit to the opening.
(Refer to Fig. 2)
Refrigerant pipe
Drain pipe
(length: in.)
NOTE) Installation is possible with a ceiling dimension of
35 13/16 in. (marked with *). However, to achieve a
ceiling-panel overlapping dimension of 13/16 in., the
spacing between the ceiling and the unit should be
1 3/8 in. or less. If the spacing between ceiling and the
unit is over 1 3/8 in., attach false ceiling to
part or
recover the ceiling.
(2) Make the ceiling opening needed for installation
where applicable. (For existing ceilings)
• Refer to the paper pattern for installation (5) for ceiling
opening dimensions.
• Create the ceiling opening required for installation. From
the side of the opening to the casing outlet, implement
the refrigerant and drain pipe and remote controller wire
(unnecessary for wireless type) and indoor-outdoor unit
casing outlet. Refer to the “REFRIGERANT PIPING
WORK (Page 7), DRAIN PIPING WORK (Page 8) and
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK (Page 9)”.
• After making an opening in the ceiling, it may be necessary to reinforce ceiling beams to keep the ceiling level
and to prevent it from vibrating. Consult the builder for
details.
Inner insulation
Side plate
Cut it off with cutter.
Cut it off with nipper.
Inner
insulation
Slit
Side plate
Fig. 1
(3) Install the suspension bolts.
(Use either a W3/8 or M10 size bolt)
Use a hole-in anchor for existing ceilings, and a sunken
insert, sunken anchor or other field supplied parts for new
ceilings to reinforce the ceiling to bear the weight of the
unit. Adjust clearance from the ceiling before proceeding
further.
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6-1
Insulation
(field supply)
Put the insulation tightly around the hole of the unit as
shown. The ends of the side plate and the inner
insulation must be completely adhered without leaving
any clearance along the circumference of the hole.
Inner insulation
For new ceilings
(2) • Refer to the paper pattern for installation (5) for ceiling
opening dimension.
Consult the builder or carpenter for details.
• The center of the ceiling opening is indicated on the
paper pattern for installation.
The center of the unit is indicated on the label attached
to the unit and on the paper pattern for installation.
• After removing the packaging material from the 4 corners of the paper pattern for installation (5), fix the
paper pattern to the unit with screws (6) (×4).
• Ceiling height is shown on the side of the paper pattern
for installation (5). Adjust the height of the unit according
to this indication.
Side plate
Only the corner where the pipes go out, the
screw is already fixed at the drain pan.
Edge
Insulation
Center of ceiling opening
Approx. 3/8
(length: in.)
Make sure the inner surface of insulation tightly contacts
with the inner insulation edge and the side plate.
Paper pattern for
installation (5)
Fig. 2
(accessory)
6.
Screw (6)
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION
Installing optional accessories (except for the decoration
panel) before installing the indoor unit is easier. However,
for existing ceilings, install fresh air inlet component kit
and branch duct before installing the unit.
(1) Install the indoor unit temporarily.
• Attach the hanger bracket to the suspension bolt. Be
sure to fix it securely by using a nut and washer from
the upper and lower sides of the hanger bracket.
The washer fixing plate (7) will prevent the washer from
falling.
Part to be procured in the field
Washer (3) (accessory)
Hanger bracket
(accessory)
Screw (6)
(accessory)
〈Ceiling work〉
(3) Adjust the unit to the right position for installation.
(Refer to “PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION-(1)”.) (Page 4)
(4) Check the unit is horizontally level.
• The indoor unit is equipped with a built-in drain
pump and float switch. At each of the unit’s 4 corners, verify that it is level by using a water-level or a
water-filled vinyl tube.
(If the unit is inclined against condensate flow, the
float switch may malfunction and cause water to
drip.)
(5) Remove the washer fixing plate (7) used for preventing the
washer from falling and tighten the upper nut.
(6) Remove the paper pattern for installation (5).
Tighten
(double nut)
[Securing the hanger bracket]
Water level
Insert
Vinyl tube
6-2
Washer fixing plate (7)
(accessory)
[Securing the washer]
English
For existing ceilings
(2) Adjust the height and position of the unit.
(Refer to “PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION-(1)”.)
(3) Perform steps (4), (5) in “6-1 For new ceilings”.
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7.
Installation of indoor unit
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK
7-1
NOTE
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• For refrigerant pipe of outdoor units, see the installation
manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• Before refrigerant piping work, check which type of refrigerant is used. Proper operation is not possible if the types of
refrigerant are not the same.
• The outdoor unit is charged with refrigerant.
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could cause severe injury or death.
NOTE
• Use a pipe cutter and flare suitable for the type of refrigerant.
• To prevent dust, moisture or other foreign matter from
infiltrating the tube, either pinch the end or cover it with tape.
• Do not allow anything other than the designated refrigerant
to get mixed into the refrigerant circuit, such as air, etc. If
any refrigerant gas leaks while working on the unit, ventilate
the room thoroughly right away.
7-2
• Apply ester oil or ether oil around the flare portions before
connecting.
• The flare nuts used must be those included with the main
body.
• Over-tightening may damage the flare and cause a refrigerant leakage.
Not recommended but in case of emergency
You must use a torque wrench but if you are obliged to
install the unit without a torque wrench, you may follow the
installation method mentioned below.
After the work is finished, make sure to check that there
is no gas leak.
When you keep on tightening the flare nut with a spanner,
there is a point where the tightening torque suddenly increases. From that position, further tighten the flare nut the
angle shown below:
Table 4
Pipe size
(in.)
φ 3/8
φ 5/8
Connecting the refrigerant pipe
• When connecting the flare nut, coat the flare with ester oil
or ether oil and initially tighten by hand 3 or 4 turns before
tightening firmly.
Ester oil or ether oil.
• To prevent flare nut cracking and gas leaking, be sure to
use both a spanner and torque wrench together, as shown
in the drawing below, when connecting or disconnecting
pipes to/from the unit.
Torque wrench
Spanner
Pipe union
7-3
Further tightening
angle
60 to 90 degrees
30 to 60 degrees
Recommended arm length of
tool (in.)
Approx. 7 7/8
Approx. 11 13/16
Piping insulation
• Execute heat insulation work completely on both sides of
the gas pipe and the liquid pipe. Otherwise, a water leakage
can result sometimes.
"ESURETOUSEINSULATIONTHATISDESIGNEDFORUSEWITH
(6!#3YSTEMS
• Also, in cases where the temperature and humidity of the
refrigerant pipe sections might exceed 86°F or RH80%,
reinforce the refrigerant insulation. (13/16 in. or thicker)
Condensate may form on the surface of the insulating
material.
• Check the pipe connector for gas leaking, then insulate it as
shown in the drawing below.
• Make absolutely sure to execute heat insulation works on
the pipe-connecting section after checking gas leakage by
thoroughly studying the following figure and using the
attached heat insulating materials for fitting. (Fasten both
ends with the clamps (accessory).)
• Wrap the sealing pad (accessory) only around the insulation for the joints on the gas pipe side.
Medium sealing
pad (11) (accessory)
Flare nut
• Refer to the Table 3 for the dimensions of flare shape.
• Refer to the Table 3 to determine the proper tightening torque.
(Wrap the piping union
with the sealing pad.)
Table 3
φ 5/8
45.6-55.6
0.760-0.776
0
7
R0.0160.031
0
0.504-0.520
Insulation for
fitting (9) (accessory)
(for liquid line)
A
24.1-29.4
45 ±2
φ 3/8
Clamp (4) ×4
(accessory)
Flare shape (in.)
0
Flare
dimensions
A (in.)
0
Tightening torque
(ft.lbf)
90 ±2
Pipe
size
(in.)
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Insulation for fitting (8)
(accessory)
(for gas line)
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CAUTION
1/100 gradient
or more
3.28 - 4.92ft.
• Be sure to insulate any field piping all the way to the piping
connection inside the unit. Any exposed pipe may cause
condensate or burns if touched.
7-4
Brazing refrigerant piping
• Before brazing local refrigerant pipe, nitrogen gas shall be
blown through the pipe to expel air from the pipe.
If your brazing is done without nitrogen gas blowing, a large
amount of oxide film develops inside the pipe, and could
cause system malfunction.
• When brazing the refrigerant pipe, only begin brazing after
having carried out nitrogen substitution or while inserting
nitrogen into the refrigerant pipe. Once this is done, connect
the indoor unit with a flared or a flanged connection.
• Nitrogen should be set to 2.9psi. with a pressure-reducing
valve if brazing while inserting nitrogen into the pipe.
Refrigerant
pipe
Pressurereducing valve
Part to be
brazed
Taping
Hands
valve
Nitrogen
• Use the attached drain hose (1) and metal clamp (2).
Insert the drain hose into the drain socket, up to the white
tape. Tighten the clamp until the screw head is less than
3/16 in. from the hose.
• Be sure to insulate the 2 below indicated spots.
If uninsulated, there is always the possibility of condensate forming and leaking.
• The drain pipe inside the building
• Drain socket
• Wrap the attached sealing pad (10) (Large) over the clamp
and drain hose to insulate, as shown in the drawing below.
Metal clamp (2)
Nitrogen
(accessory)
DANGER
• Use of oxygen may cause an explosion resulting in serious
injury or death. Only use nitrogen gas.
Drain hose (1)
(accessory)
Tape (White)
NOTE
• Do not use flux when brazing refrigerant pipe. Therefore,
use the phosphor copper brazing filler metal (BCuP) which
does not require flux.
(Flux has an extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping
systems. For instance, if chlorine based flux is used, it will
cause pipe corrosion. If the flux contains fluorine, it will
damage the refrigerant oil.)
Metal clamp (2)
(accessory)
Large sealing pad (10)
(accessory)
3/16 or less
DRAIN PIPING WORK
English
(length: in.)
〈NOTE FOR DRAIN RAISING PIPE〉
• Install the drain raising pipe at a height of less than 21 5/8 in.
• Install the drain raising pipe at a right angle to the indoor
unit and no more than 11 13/16 in. from the unit.
Ceiling slab
11 13/16 or less
3.28-4.92ft.
Adjustable
Suspention bolt (21 5/8 or less)
Clamp metal (2) (accessory)
Drain raising pipe
Rise
Drain hose (1) (accessory)
29 1/2 or less
〈〈Rig the drain pipe as shown below and take measures
against condensate. Improperly rigged pipe could lead to
leak and eventually wet furniture and belongings.〉〉
(1) Rig drain pipe
• The diameter of the drain pipe should be greater than or
equal to the diameter of the connecting pipe (vinyl tube;
pipe size: 1 in.; outer dimension: 1 1/4 in.). (This does not
apply to rise.)
• Keep the drain pipe short and sloping downwards at a
gradient of at least 1/100 to prevent air pockets from forming.
• If the drain pipe cannot be sufficiently set on a slope, execute the drain raising pipe.
• To keep the drain pipe from sagging, space hanging wires
every 3.28 ~ 4.92ft.
7 7/8
8.
(length: in.)
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Power supply
terminal block
NOTE
• The incline of attached drain hose (1) should be 2 15/16 in.
or less so that the drain socket does not have to stand
additional force.
2 15/16
or less
29 1/2 or less
Drain hose (1) (accessory)
(length: in.)
Select converging drain pipe whose gauge is suitable for
the operating capacity of the unit.
• Drain pipe connections
Do not connect the drain pipe directly to sewage pipes that
smell of ammonia. The ammonia in the sewage might enter
the indoor unit through the drain pipe and corrode the heat
exchanger.
• Keep in mind that it will become the cause of getting drain
pipe blocked if water collects on drain pipe.
(2) After piping work is finished, check if drainage flows
smoothly.
• Open the water inlet lid, add approximately 37 in³ of
water slowly and check drainage flow.
WHEN ELECTRIC WIRING WORK IS FINISHED
• Check drainage flow during COOL running, explained under
“TEST OPERATION”.
WHEN ELECTRIC WIRING WORK IS NOT FINISHED
• Remove the control box lids, connect a power supply wire and
remote controller wire to the terminals.
(Refer to the “HOW TO CONNECT WIRES” (Page 10))
Next, press the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION button
“
” on the remote controller. The unit will engage the test
operation mode. Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
button “
” until selecting FAN SPEED CONTROL button
“ ”. Then, press the ON/OFF button “ ”. The indoor unit
fan and drain pump will start up. Check that the water has
drained from the unit. Press “
” to go back to the first mode.
Control box lid (2)
9.
9-1
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• All field supplied parts and materials, electric works must
conform to local codes.
• Use copper wire only.
• Follow the “WIRING DIAGRAM” attached to the unit body to
wire the outdoor unit, indoor unit and the remote controller.
For details on hooking up the remote controller, refer to the
“INSTALLATION MANUAL OF REMOTE CONTROLLER”.
• All wires must be performed by an authorized electrician.
• A circuit breaker capable of shutting down the power supply
to the entire system must be installed.
• Be sure to ground the air conditioner.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or
lightning rods because incomplete grounding could cause a
severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death, and
to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in an explosion which could lead to severe injury or death.
9-2
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Power
supply
Units
Model
Portable pump
Inspection
opening
FCQ18PVJU
FCQ24PVJU
FCQ30PVJU
Hz Volts
60
208230V
Fan motor
Voltage
range
MCA
MFA
W
FLA
Max. 253
Min. 187
1.3
1.3
1.3
15
15
15
90
90
90
1.0
1.0
1.0
MCA: Min. Circuit Amps (A) MFA: Max. Fuse Amps (A)
KW: Fan Motor Rated Output (kW) FLA: Full Load Amps (A)
Bucket
(Adding water from
inspection opening)
Plastic watering can
(Tube should be about
3 15/16 long.)
Power supply
terminal block
Control box lid (1)
The water inlet lid
Drain pipe
3 15/16 or more
208V–230V
Single phase
power supply
Indoor unit
PC board
Service condensate outlet
(with rubber plug)
(Use this outlet to condensate
from the drain pan)
(length: in.)
ŸAdding water through air discharge outlet ®
[Method of adding water]
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SPECIFICATIONS FOR FIELD SUPPLIED
FUSES AND WIRES
Power supply wiring
Field fuses
Size
Model
FCQ18PVJU
FCQ24PVJU
FCQ30PVJU
15A
Clamp A
Transmission wiring
Wire
Wire size
must comply Sheathed wire
with local
(2 wires)
codes.
P1 P2
10. WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET
THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
10-1 HOW TO CONNECT WIRES
〈Methods of wiring power supply, units and connecting
remote controller wires〉
• Power supply wire
Remove the control box lid (2) and connect wires to the
power supply terminal block (3P) inside. In doing this, pull
the wires inside through rubber bush A and clamp the wires
along with other wires using clamp A, untightening the clip
of clamp A by pressing. After the connection, tighten clamp
A as before.
• Transmission wire and remote controller wire
Remove the control box lid (1) and pull the wires inside
through rubber bush B and connect to the transmission
terminal block (6P).
• After connection, attach sealing pad
(Be sure to attach it to prevent water from infiltrating the unit
from the outside.)
Sealing pad (Small)
(Wrap around the wire)
(Inside)
(Outside)
Rubber bush A
Lock nut
F1 F2
Remote
controller wire
T1
T2
Transmission
terminal block (6P)
Transmission wire
CAUTION
• Even if the control box lid (1)(2) is removed, pull the remote
controller wire, transmission wire and the power supply wire
inside the unit so that the wires do not come into contact
with the opening section of the metal casing.
• Pass conduits through the wall and secure along with the
refrigerant pipe in order to prevent external pressure being
applied to transmission wire and power supply wire.
• Arrange the wires and fix a lid firmly so that the lid does not
float during wiring work.
• Do not clamp remote controller wire and transmission wire
together with power supply wire. Doing so may cause
malfunction.
• Remote controller wire, transmission wire and power supply
wire should be located at least 5 in. from other electric
wires. Not following this guideline may result in malfunction
due to electrical noise.
WARNING
• Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal block for
remote controller wiring as this could damage the entire
system.
• Use only specified wire and connect wires to the terminal
tightly. Be careful wires do not place external stress on
terminals. Keep wires in neat order so as to not obstruct
other equipment. Make sure that the electric box lid fits
tightly. Incomplete connections could result in overheating
and, in worse case, result in electric shock or fire.
NOTE
Conduit
Field wire
ŸNOTES®
s)FUSINGORMOREWIRESBREAKTHESMALL
sealing pad (Small) and wrap each wire.
L1 L2
Power supply
Power supply
terminal block (3P)
AWG
18-16
Allowable length of transmission wire and remote controller
wire are as follows.
(1) Outdoor unit – Indoor unit:
Max. 3280 ft.
(2) Indoor unit – Remote controller:
Max. 1640 ft.
"ESURETOATTACHITTOPREVENTTHEINFILTRATION
OFWATERASWELLASANYINSECTSANDOTHER
SMALLCREATURESFROMOUTSIDE
Otherwise a short-circuit may occur inside
the control box.
Rubber
Wrap pad tightly enough
bush
to prevent gapping.
Clip
Size
Clamp A
Conduit
mounting
plate
Grounding
terminal
1. Use round crimp-style terminals for connecting wires to the
power supply terminal block.
If unavailable, observe the following points when wiring.
• Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same
power supply terminal.
(Looseness in the connection may cause overheating.)
Attach insulation sleeve
Power supply terminal
block (3P)
Rubber
bush A
Round crimp-style terminal
Rubber
bush B
Transmission
terminal block (6P)
Electric wire
Wiring diagram
Control box lid (2)
Control box lid (1)
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1. When using 1 remote controller for 1 indoor unit.
(Normal operation)
Connect wires of
the same gauge to
both sides.
Power Supply
208-230V
~
Outdoor unit
Control box
60Hz
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1 L2
2. Tightening torque for the terminal screws.
• Use the correct screwdriver for tightening the terminal
screws. If the blade of screwdriver is too small, the head
of the screw might be damaged, and the screw will not be
properly tightened.
• If the terminal screws are tightened too hard, screws
might be damaged.
• Refer to the table below for the tightening torque of the
terminal screws.
Terminal
Size
Transmission terminal block (6P)
Power supply terminal block (3P)
M3.5
M4
10-2 WIRING EXAMPLE
• Fit the power supply wire of each unit with a switch and
fuse as shown in the drawing.
COMPLETE SYSTEM EXAMPLE
P 1 P2 F 1 F 2 T 1 T2
Indoor unit
P1 P2
Remote
controller
2. When using 2 remote controllers for 1 indoor unit.
Power Supply
208-230V
Outdoor unit
~
Control box
60Hz
Tightening torque
(ft.lbf)
0.58 - 0.72
0.87 - 1.06
3. Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same ground
terminal. Looseness in the connection may deteriorate
protection.
4. Outside of the unit, keep transmission wire at least 5 in.
away from power supply wire. The equipment may malfunction if subjected to electrical (external) noise.
5. For remote controller wire, refer to the “INSTALLATION
MANUAL OF REMOTE CONTROLLER” attached to the
remote controller.
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1 L2
L1 L2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
Indoor unit
P1 P2
P1 P2
For use with
2 remote
controllers
NOTE
1. A single switch can be used to supply power to units on the
same system. However, branch switches and branch circuit
breakers must be selected carefully.
2. Do not ground the equipment on gas pipes, water pipes or
lightning rods, or crossground with telephones. Improper
grounding could result in electric shock.
Power supply wire
Power supply
Main
switch
L 1 L2
Outdoor unit
Transmission wire
Switch
Fuse
10-3 CONTROL BY 2 REMOTE CONTROLLERS
(Controlling 1 indoor unit by 2 remote controllers)
• When using 2 remote controllers, one must be set to
“MAIN” and the other to “SUB”.
MAIN/SUB CHANGEOVER
(1) Insert a screw driver into the recess between the upper
and lower part of remote controller and, working from the
2 positions, pry off the upper part.
The remote controller PC board is attached to the upper
part of remote controller.
Indoor unit
Upper part of
remote controller
Remote controller
Insert the screwdriver here and
gently work off the upper part of
remote controller
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Lower part of
remote controller
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(2) Turn the MAIN/SUB changeover switch on one of the two
remote controllers PC boards to “S”.
(Leave the switch of the other remote controller set to “M”.)
(Factory setting)
S
M
Remote controller
PC board
Only one remote
controller needs to be
changed if factory
settings have remained
untouched.
S
M
11. FIELD SETTING
Make sure the control box lids are closed on the indoor
and outdoor units.
Field setting must be made from the remote controller in
accordance with the installation condition.
• Setting can be made by changing the “Mode No.”, “FIRST
CODE NO.”, and “SECOND CODE NO.”.
• For setting and operation, refer to the “FIELD SETTING” in
the installation manual of the remote controller.
SECOND
CODE NO.
Mode No.
FIRST
CODE NO.
FIELD SET
MODE
SETTING
10-4 COMPUTERISED CONTROL (FORCED OFF
AND ON/OFF OPERATION)
See “FIELD SETTING” on page 12 for local settings.
(1) Wire specifications and how to perform wiring
• Connect the input from outside to terminals T1 and T2
of the transmission terminal block.
F2
T1
T2
FORCED
OFF
Input A
Wire specification
Gauge
Length
External terminal
Sheathed vinyl wire or cable (2 wires)
AWG 18-16
Max. 328ft.
Contact that can ensure the minimum
applicable load of 15V DC, 10mA.
(2) Actuation
• The following table explains FORCED OFF and ON/
OFF OPERATIONS in response to Input A.
FORCED OFF
Input “ON” stops operation (impossible by
remote controllers.)
Input OFF enables control by remote
controller.
ON/OFF OPERATION
Input OFF → ON turns
ON unit.
Input ON → OFF turns
OFF unit.
(3) How to select FORCED OFF and ON/OFF OPERATION
• Turn the power on and then use the remote controller to
select operation.
10-5 CENTRALIZED CONTROL
• For centralized control, it is necessary to designate the
group No. For details, refer to the manual of each optional
controllers for centralized control.
• Set the remote controller to the field set mode. For details, refer to the “HOW TO SET IN THE FIELD”, in the
remote controller manual.
• When in the field set mode, select mode No. 12, then set
the first code (switch) No. to “1”. Then set second code
(position) No. to “01” for FORCED OFF and “02” for ON/
OFF OPERATION. (FORCED OFF at factory set)
SETTING AIR FILTER SIGN
• Remote controllers are equipped with liquid crystal display
air filer signs to display the time to clean air filters.
• Change the SECOND CODE NO. according to Table 5
depending on the amount of dirt or dust in the room.
(SECOND CODE NO. is factory set to “01” for filter contamination-light)
Table 5
Setting
Air filter
contaminationlight
Air filter
contaminationheavy
Spacing time of
display air
filter sign
(long life type)
Mode
No.
FIRST
CODE
NO.
10 (20)
0
Approx. 2500
hrs
Approx. 1250
hrs
SECOND
CODE NO.
01
02
〈When using wireless remote controllers〉
• When using wireless remote controllers, wireless remote
controller address setting is necessary. Refer to the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller for
setting instructions.
12. INSTALLATION OF THE DECORATION
PANEL
Refer to the installation manual attached to the decoration
panel.
After installing the decoration panel, ensure that there is no
space between the unit body and decoration panel.
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13. TEST OPERATION
Refer to the section of “FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS,
TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND
CHECK AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.” on page 3.
• Make sure if the service lids are closed on the indoor and
outdoor units.
• After finishing the construction of refrigerant pipe, drain pipe
and electric wire, conduct the check operation referring to
the installation manual of the outdoor unit.
• The operation lamp of the remote controller will flash when a
malfunction occurs. Check the malfunction code on the liquid
crystal display to identify the point of trouble. An explanation
of malfunction codes and the corresponding trouble is provided in the installation manual of the outdoor unit.
If any of the items in Table 6 are displayed, there may be a
problem with the wiring or power, so check the wiring again.
Table 6
Remote control display
“
” (under
centralized control) is lit up.
“U4” is lit up
“UH” is lit up
No display
Content
• There is a short circuit at the
FORCED OFF terminals (T1, T2)
• The power on the outdoor unit is off.
• The outdoor unit has not been wired
for power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the transmission
wiring and / or FORCED OFF wiring.
• The transmission wiring is cut.
• The power on the indoor unit is off.
• The indoor unit has not been wired for
power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the remote
controller wiring, the transmission
wiring and / or the FORCED OFF
wiring.
• The remote controller wiring is cut.
• If “U3” is lit up, the malfunction code shows the check
operation has not been performed yet.
(2) With the wireless remote controller.
(Refer also to the operation manual attached to the wireless remote controller)
When the operation stops due to trouble, the display on
the indoor unit flashes. In such a case, diagnose the fault
contents with the table on the Malfunction code list looking
for the Malfunction code which can be found by following
procedures. (NOTE 2)
(1) Press the INSPECTION /TEST OPERATION button,
“
” is displayed and “ 0 ” flashes.
(2) Press the PROGRAMMING TIME button and find the
unit No. which stopped due to trouble.
Number of beeps 3 short beeps Perform all the following operations
1 short beep
Perform (3) and (6)
1 long beep
No trouble
(3) Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button
and upper figure of the Malfunction code flashes.
(4) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes 2 short beeps and find the upper code.
(5) Press the Operation selector button and lower figure
of the Malfunction code flashes.
(6) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes a long beep and find the lower code.
• A long beep indicate the Malfunction code.
NOTE)
1. In case wired remote controller. Press the INSPECTION /
TEST OPERATION button on remote controller, “
” starts
flashing.
2. Keep down the ON/OFF button for 5 seconds or longer in
the inspection mode and the above trouble history disappears, after the trouble code goes on and off twice, followed
by the code “ 00 ”(normal).
The display changes from the inspection mode to the
normal mode.
13-3 MALFUNCTION CODE LIST
13-1 TEST OPERATION
(1) Make sure if the gas side and the liquid side stop valves
are open.
(2) Electrify crank case heater for 6 hours.
(3) Confirm function of unit according to the operation manual.
NOTE
• Refer to the diagnoses below if the unit does not operate
properly.
13-2 CAUTIONS FOR SERVICING
With the power on. Troubles can be monitored on the
remote controller or the LED’s on the PC board of the
indoor unit.
„ Trouble shooting with the display on the liquid crystal display
remote controller.
(1) With the wired remote controller. (NOTE 1)
When the operation stops due to trouble, operation lamp
flashed, and “
” and the Malfunction code are indicated
on the liquid crystal display. In such a case, diagnose the
fault contents by referring to the table on the Malfunction
code list it case of group control, the unit No. is displayed
so that the indoor unit no with the trouble can be recognized. (NOTE 2)
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• For places where the Malfunction code is left blank, the
“
” indication is not displayed. Though the system continues operating, be sure to inspect the system and make
repairs as necessary.
• Depending on the type of indoor or outdoor unit, the malfunction code may or may not be displayed.
Code
A1
A3
A6
A7
A9
AJ
C4
C5
C9
CJ
E3
E4
Malfunction/Remarks
Indoor unit’s PC board faulty
Drain water level abnormal
Indoor fan motor overloaded, overcurrent or locked.
Air flow direction adjust motor is fault.
Drive for electronic expansion valve is fault.
Type set improper
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing
programmed in the data hold IC.
Sensor R2T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
Sensor R3T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
Sensor R1T for suction air temperature is fault.
Sensor for remote controller is fault.
The remote controller thermistor does not function, but
the system thermo run is possible.
High pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
Low pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
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E5
E7
E9
F3
F6
H9
J3
J5
J6
J9
JA
JC
L4
L5
L8
L9
LC
P1
P3
P4
PJ
U0
U2
U3
U4
UF
U9
UA
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Compressor motor lock malfunction
Outdoor fan motor lock malfunction
Outdoor fan instantaneous overcurrent malfunction
Electronic expansion valve faulty (outdoor unit)
Discharge pipe temperature abnormal (outdoor unit)
The refrigerant is overcharged.
Outdoor air thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
Discharge pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
Suction pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
Heat exchanger thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
Sensor for heat exchanger is fault.
Sensor for high pressure is fault.
Sensor for low pressure is fault.
Overheated heat-radiating fin (outdoor unit)
Inverter cooling defect.
Instantaneous overcurrent (outdoor unit)
Possible earth fault or short circuit in the compressor
motor.
Electric thermal (outdoor unit)
Possible electrical overload in the compressor or cut
line in the compressor motor.
Stall prevention (outdoor unit)
Compressor possibly locked.
Transmission malfunction between the outdoor control
units’ inverters (outdoor unit)
Open-phase (outdoor unit)
PC board temperature sensor malfunction (outdoor
unit)
Heat-radiating fin temperature sensor malfunction
(outdoor unit)
Type set improper (outdoor unit)
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing
programmed in the data hold IC.
Suction pipe temperature abnormal
Power source voltage malfunction
Includes the defect in K1M.
The check operation has not performed.
Transmission error (indoor unit – outdoor unit)
Miswiring between indoor and outdoor units or
malfunction of the PC board mounted on the indoor
and the outdoor units.
If UF is shown, the wire between the indoor and
outdoor units is not properly wired. Therefore,
immediately disconnect the power supply and correct
the wire. (The compressor and the fan mounted on the
outdoor unit may start operation independent of the
remote controller operation.) The power is not supplied
to outdoor unit.
Same transmission for in / outdoor unit is fault.
Miss setting for multi system
Setting is wrong for selector switch of multi-system.
(see switch SS2 on the main unit’s PC board)
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FCQ36MVJU / FCQ42MVJU
SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioners
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
1.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS ..........................................2
BEFORE INSTALLATION ................................................3
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE..................................4
PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION....................5
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES FOR FRESH
AIR INTAKE DUCT CONNECTION .................................6
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION .......................................7
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK ......................................7
DRAIN PIPING WORK.....................................................9
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK...........................................10
WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET
THE REMOTE CONTROLLER ...................................... 11
FIELD SETTING ............................................................13
INSTALLATION OF THE DECORATION PANEL...........13
TEST OPERATION ........................................................14
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS” carefully
before installing air conditioning equipment and be sure to
install it correctly. After completing the installation, make sure
that the unit operates properly during the start-up operation.
Please instruct the customer on how to operate the unit and
keep it maintained.
Also, inform customers that they should store this installation
manual along with the operation manual for future reference.
This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not
accessible to the general public”.
Meaning of danger, warning, caution and note symbols.
DANGER ...............Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which,if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING .............Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION ..............Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury. It may also be
sued to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTE ....................Indicates situation that may result in
equipment or property-damage-only
accidents.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or
lightning rods because incomplete grounding could
cause a severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or
death, and to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in
an explosion which could lead to severe injury or death.
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials
are present due to risk of explosion resulting in serious
injury or death.
• Refrigerant gas in heavier than air and displaces oxygen. A massive leak could lead to oxygen depletion,
especially in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard
could occur leading to serious injury or death.
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• If the refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate
the area immediately.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the
refrigerant gas does not leak.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden parts,
may cause stabs or other injuries. Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that children will not play with them. Children
playing with plastic bags face the danger of death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out
installation work. Do not try to install the air conditioner
by yourself.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Perform installation work in accordance with this
installation manual.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Be sure to use only the specified accessories and
parts for installation work.
Failure to use the specified parts may result in water leakage,
electric shocks, fire or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong
enough to withstand the weight of the unit.
A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injuries.
• Carry out the specified installation work after considering strong considering winds, typhoons or earthquakes.
Improper installation work may result in the equipment falling
and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried
out by qualified personnel according to local laws and
regulations and this installation manual.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical
construction may lead to electric shocks or fire.
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified
wires are used, and no external forces act on the terminal connections or wires.
Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
• When wiring the power supply and connecting the remote
controller wire and transmission wire, position the wires
so that the control box lid can be securely fastened.
Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in electric shocks, fire or the terminals overheating.
• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers.
Touching a switch with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker.
Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks, or fire.
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• Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations:
(a) where a mineral oil mist or an oil spray or vapor is produced, for example in a kitchen
Plastic parts may deteriorate and fall off or result in water
leakage.
(b) where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is
produced
Corroding copper pipes or soldered parts may result in
refrigerant leakage.
(c) near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of the
control system and result in a malfunction of the equipment.
(d) where flammable gases may leak, where there are
carbon fiber or ignitable dust suspensions in the air, or where
volatile flammables such as thinner or gasoline are handled.
Operating the unit in such conditions may result in fire.
• Heat exchanger fins are sharp to cut.
To avoid injury wear gloves to cover the fins when working
around them.
• Refrigerant pipes may be very hot or very cold during or
immediately after operation.
Touching them could result in burns or frostbite. To avoid
injury give the pipes time to return to normal temperature or,
if you must touch them, be sure to wear proper gloves.
CAUTION
• While following the instructions in this installation manual, install drain pipe in order to ensure proper drainage
and insulate pipe in order to prevent condensate.
Improper drain pipe may result in water leakage and property
damage.
• Be very careful about product transportation.
Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any
PP bands for a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden
parts, may cause stabs or other injuries.
Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that
children will not play with them. If children play with a plastic
bag which was not torn apart, they face the risk of suffocation.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping
operation.
Always wait at least 5 minutes before turning off the power.
Otherwise, water leakage and trouble may occur.
• Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to
prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by
small animals.
Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause
malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please instruct the customer to
keep the area around the unit clean.
NOTE
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wire and
transmission wire at least 3.5ft. away from televisions or
radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5ft. may not
be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
• Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance
can result shorter than expected in rooms with electronic fluorescent lamps. (inverter or rapid start types)
Install the indoor unit as far away from fluorescent lamps as
possible.
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• In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
• Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil
and eventual other parts, should be done in accordance
with the relevant local and national regulations.
2.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
• When moving the unit while removing it from the packing case, be sure to lift it by the four hanger brackets.
Avoid putting any pressure on other parts especially the
refrigerant piping.
• Be sure to check the type of R410A refrigerant to be used
before installing the unit. (Using an incorrect refrigerant will
prevent normal operation of the unit.)
• The accessories needed for installation must be retained in
your custody until the installation work is completed. Do not
discard them!
• Decide upon a line of transport.
• Leave the unit inside its packaging while moving, until reaching the installation site. Where unpacking is unavoidable, use
a sling of soft material or protective plates together with a
rope when lifting, to avoid damage or scratches to the unit.
• When moving the unit at or after opening, hold the unit by the
hanger brackets (× 4). Do not apply force to the refrigerant
pipe, drain pipe or plastic parts.
• For the installation of an outdoor unit, refer to the installation
manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• Do not install or operate the unit in rooms mentioned below.
• Laden with mineral oil, or filled with oil vapor or spray
like in kitchens. (Plastic parts may deteriorate which
could eventually cause the unit to fall out of place, or
could lead to leaks.)
• Where corrosive gas like sulfurous gas exists.
(Copper tubing and brazed spots may corrode which
could eventually lead to refrigerant leaks.)
• Where machines can generate electromagnetic
waves. (Control system may malfunction.)
• Where the air contains high levels of salt such as that
near the ocean and where voltage fluctuates greatly
such as that in factories. Also in vehicles or vessels.
• This unit, both indoor and outdoor, is suitable for installation
in a commercial and light industrial environment.
If installed as a household appliance it could cause electromagnetic interference.
WARNING
• Entrust installation to the place of purchase or a qualified person. Improper installation could lead to leak and, in worse
cases, electric shock of fire.
• Use of unspecified parts could lead to the unit falling, leaks
and, in worse cases, electric shock or fire.
NOTE
• Be sure to read this manual before installing the indoor unit.
• Be sure to mount an air filter (part to be procured in the field)
in the suction air passage in order to prevent water leaking,
etc.
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ACCESSORIES
Check the following accessories are included with your unit.
Name
(1) Drain
hose
(2) Metal
clamp
(3) Washer for
hanger
bracket
(4) Clamp
Quantity
1 pc.
1 pc.
8 pcs.
4 pcs.
a. Items to be checked after completion of work
Shape
Name
(5) Paper
pattern for
installation
(6) Screws
(M5)
(7) Washer
fixing plate
Insulation for
fitting
1 pc.
4 pcs.
4 pcs.
1 each
Quantity
Also used as
packing
material
For paper
pattern for
installation
Shape
(8) for gas
pipe
(9) for liquid
pipe
Name
Sealing pad
Quantity
1 each
2 pcs.
(Other)
• Operation manual
Did you explain about operations while showing the operation
manual to your customer?
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• The optional decoration panel and remote controller are
required for this indoor unit.
Table 1
Optional decoration panel
Color
FCQ24 · 30 · 36 · 42MVJU
Check
Did you hand the operation manual over to your customer?
(11) Medium
Model
Check
b. Items to be checked at time of delivery
Also review the “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS”
Items to be checked
(12) Small
2-2
If not properly done, what is
likely to occur.
Are the indoor and outdoor unit The units may drop, vibrate or
fixed firmly?
make noise.
It may result in insufficient coolIs the gas leak test finished?
ing.
Is the unit fully insulated?
Condensate water may drip.
Does drainage flow smoothly? Condensate water may drip.
Does the power supply voltage
The unit may malfunction or
correspond to that shown on
the components burn out.
the name plate?
The unit may malfunction or
Are wiring and piping correct?
the components burn out.
Is the unit safely grounded?
It may result in electric shock.
Is wiring size according to
The unit may malfunction or
specifications?
the components burn out.
Is something blocking the air
It may result in insufficient cooloutlet or inlet of either the
ing.
indoor or outdoor units?
Are refrigerant piping length
The refrigerant charge in the
and additional refrigerant
system is not clear.
charge noted down?
Items to be checked
• Installation manual
(10) Large
Shape
FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, TAKE SPECIAL
CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND CHECK
AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.
White
BYC125K-W1
Table 2
Remote controller
Wired type
BRC1C71
Wireless type
BRC7C812
NOTE TO INSTALLER
• Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the
unit (especially cleaning filters, operating different functions,
and adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out
operations themselves while looking at the manual.
3.
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE
Please attach additional thermal insulation material to the unit
body when it is believed that the relative humidity in the ceiling
exceeds 80%. Use glass wool, polyethylene foam, or similar
with a thickness of 3/8 in.. or more as thermal insulation material.
(1) Select an installation site where the following conditions are
fulfilled and that meets with your customer’s approval.
• In the upper space (including the back of the ceiling) of the
indoor unit where there is no possible dripping of water
from the refrigerant pipe, drain pipe, water pipe, etc.
• Where optimum air distribution can be ensured.
• Where nothing blocks the air passage.
• Where condensate can be properly drained.
• Where the false ceiling is not noticeably on an incline.
• Where sufficient clearance for maintenance and service
can be ensured.
• Where piping between indoor and outdoor units is possible within the allowable limit. (Refer to the installation
manual of the outdoor unit.)
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4.
DANGER
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to the risk explosion resulting in serious injury or
death.
PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION
(1) Relation of ceiling opening to unit and suspension bolt
position
WARNING
• If the supporting structural members are not strong enough
to take the unit’s weight, the unit could fall out of place and
cause serious injury.
NOTE
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wire and
connecting wires at least 3.5ft. away from televisions or
radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5ft. may not
be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
(2) Ceiling height
This indoor unit may be installed on ceilings up to 10.5 ft.
in height.
(3) Use suspension bolts for installation. Check whether
the ceiling is strong enough to support the weight of
the unit or not. If there is a risk, reinforce the ceiling
before installing the unit.
(Installation pitch is marked on the paper pattern for installation. Refer to it to check for points requiring reinforcing.)
■
Model
FCQ24·30·36·42MVJU
Installation is possible when ceiling opening dimensions is
as follows.
• When installing the unit within the frame for fixing false
ceiling.
H
11 3/4 or more
(length: in.)
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5.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES FOR
FRESH AIR INTAKE DUCT CONNECTION
(1) Cut off the knockout hole on the side plate.
Then, cut the inner insulation of the hole portion.
(Refer to Fig. 1)
(2) Adhere the insulation for opening of unit to the opening.
(Refer to Fig. 2)
(2) Make the ceiling opening needed for installation where
applicable. (For existing ceilings)
• Refer to the paper pattern for installation (5) for ceiling
opening dimensions.
• Create the ceiling opening required for installation. From
the side of the opening to the casing outlet, implement
the refrigerant and drain pipe and remote controller wire
(unnecessary for wireless type) and indoor-outdoor unit
casing outlet. Refer to the “REFRIGERANT PIPING
WORK (Page 7), DRAIN PIPING WORK (Page 9) and
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK (Page 10)”.
• After making an opening in the ceiling, it may be necessary to reinforce ceiling beams to keep the ceiling level
and to prevent it from vibrating. Consult the builder for
details.
(3) Install the suspension bolts.
(Use either a W3/8 or M10 size bolt)
Use a hole-in anchor for existing ceilings, and a sunken
insert, sunken anchor or other field supplied parts for new
ceilings to reinforce the ceiling to bear the weight of the unit.
Adjust clearance from the ceiling before proceeding further.
〈
〉
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INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION
Installing optional accessories (except for the decoration
panel) before installing the indoor unit is easier. However,
for existing ceilings, install fresh air inlet component kit
and branch duct before installing the unit.
(1) Install the indoor unit temporarily.
• Attach the hanger bracket to the suspension bolt. Be sure
to fix it securely by using a nut and washer from the upper
and lower sides of the hanger bracket.
The washer fixing plate (7) will prevent the washer from
falling.
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(3) Adjust the unit to the right position for installation.
(Refer to “PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION(1)”.) (Page 5)
(4) Check the unit is horizontally level.
• The indoor unit is equipped with a built-in drain
pump and float switch. At each of the unit’s 4 corners, verify that it is level by using a water-level or a
water-filled vinyl tube.
(If the unit is inclined against condensate flow, the
float switch may malfunction and cause water to
drip.)
(5) Remove the washer fixing plate (7) used for preventing the
washer from falling and tighten the upper nut.
(6) Remove the paper pattern for installation (5).
6-2
For existing ceilings
(2) Adjust the height and position of the unit.
(Refer to “PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION(1)”.)
(3) Perform steps (4), (5) in “6-1 For new ceilings”.
7.
6-1
For new ceilings
(2) • Refer to the paper pattern for installation (5) for ceiling
opening dimension.
Consult the builder or carpenter for details.
• The center of the ceiling opening is indicated on the
paper pattern for installation.
The center of the unit is indicated on the label attached to
the unit and on the paper pattern for installation.
• After removing the packaging material from the 4 corners
of the paper pattern for installation (5), fix the paper pattern to the unit with screws (6) (×4).
• Ceiling height is shown on the side of the paper pattern
for installation (5). Adjust the height of the unit according
to this indication.
7-1
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• For refrigerant pipe of outdoor units, see the installation manual
attached to the outdoor unit.
• Before refrigerant piping work, check which type of refrigerant is used. Proper operation is not possible if the types of
refrigerant are not the same.
• The outdoor unit is charged with refrigerant.
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could cause severe injury or death.
NOTE
• Use a pipe cutter and flare suitable for the type of refrigerant.
• To prevent dust, moisture or other foreign matter from infiltrating the tube, either pinch the end or cover it with tape.
• Do not allow anything other than the designated refrigerant
to get mixed into the refrigerant circuit, such as air, etc. If any
refrigerant gas leaks while working on the unit, ventilate the
room thoroughly right away.
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Connecting the refrigerant pipe
• When connecting the flare nut, coat the flare both inside and
outside with ester oil or ether oil and initially tighten by hand 3
or 4 turns before tightening firmly.
Not recommended but in case of emergency
You must use a torque wrench but if you are obliged to
install the unit without a torque wrench, you may
follow the installation method mentioned below.
After the work is finished, make sure to check that
there is no gas leak.
• To prevent flare nut cracking and gas leaking, be sure to use
both a spanner and torque wrench together, as shown in the
drawing below, when connecting or disconnecting pipes to/
from the unit.
When you keep on tightening the flare nut with a spanner,
there is a point where the tightening torque suddenly
increases. From that position, further tighten the flare nut
the angle shown below:
Table 4
Pipe size
(in.)
7-3
• Refer to the Table 3 for the dimensions of flare shape.
• Refer to the Table 3 to determine the proper tightening
torque.
Table 3
Flare
dimensions
A (in.)
φ 3/8
24.1 – 29.4
0.504-0.520
φ 5/8
45.6 – 55.6
0.760-0.776
Flare shape (in.)
Ⳳ
Tightening torque
(ft.lbf)
Ⳳ
Pipe
size
(in.)
Further tightening
angle
Recommended arm length of
tool (in.)
φ 3/8
60 to 90 degrees
Approx. 7 7/8
φ 5/8
30 to 60 degrees
Approx. 11 13/16
Piping insulation
• Execute heat insulation work completely on both sides of the
gas pipe and the liquid pipe. Otherwise, a water leakage can
result sometimes.
Besure
sure
use
insulation
is
designed
for
with
• The
temperature
of thethat
gasisthat
pipe
can
reach
to use
approxiBe
toto
use
insulation
designed
for useup
with
HVACSystems.
Systems.
mately
250°F,
so use insulation which is sufficiently resistant.
HVAC
• Also, in cases where the temperature and humidity of the refrigerant pipe sections might exceed 86°F or RH80%, reinforce the
refrigerant insulation. (13/16 in. or thicker) Condensate may
form on the surface of the insulating material.
• Check the pipe connector for gas leaking, then insulate it as
shown in the drawing below.
• Make absolutely sure to execute heat insulation works on the
pipe-connecting section after checking gas leakage by thoroughly studying the following figure and using the attached
heat insulating materials for fitting. (Fasten both ends with
the clamps (accessory).)
• Wrap the sealing pad (accessory) only around the insulation
for the joints on the gas pipe side.
NOTE
• Apply ester oil or ether oil around the flare portions before
connecting.
• The flare nuts used must be those included with the main
body.
• Over-tightening may damage the flare and cause a refrigerant leakage.
CAUTION
• Be sure to insulate any field piping all the way to the piping
connection inside the unit. Any exposed pipe may cause
condensate or burns if touched.
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Brazing refrigerant piping
• Before brazing local refrigerant pipe, nitrogen gas shall be
blown through the pipe to expel air from the pipe.
If your brazing is done without nitrogen gas blowing, a large
amount of oxide film develops inside the pipe, and could
cause system malfunction.
• When brazing the refrigerant pipe, only begin brazing after
having carried out nitrogen substitution or while inserting
nitrogen into the refrigerant pipe. Once this is done, connect
the indoor unit with a flared or a flanged connection.
• Nitrogen should be set to 2.9psi. with a pressure-reducing
valve if brazing while inserting nitrogen into the pipe.
Refrigerant
pipe
Pressurereducing valve
Part to be
brazed
Taping
hands
valve
Nitrogen
Nitrogen
• Use the attached drain hose (1) and metal clamp (2).
Insert the drain hose into the drain socket, up to the white
tape. Tighten the clamp until the screw head is less than
3/16 in. from the hose.
• Be sure to insulate the 2 below indicated spots.
If uninsulated, there is always the possibility of condensate forming and leaking.
• The drain pipe inside the building
• Drain socket
• Wrap the attached sealing pad (10) (Large) over the clamp
and drain hose to insulate, as shown in the drawing below.
DANGER
• Use of oxygen may cause an explosion resulting in serious
injury or death. Only use nitrogen gas.
NOTE
• Do not use flux when brazing refrigerant pipe. Therefore, use
the phosphor copper brazing filler metal (BCuP) which does
not require flux.
(Flux has an extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping
systems. For instance, if chlorine based flux is used, it will
cause pipe corrosion. If the flux contains fluorine, it will
damage the refrigerant oil.)
8.
DRAIN PIPING WORK
〈〈Rig
the drain pipe as shown below and take measures
〈〈
against condensate. Improperly rigged pipe could lead to
leak and eventually wet furniture and belongings.〉〉
〉〉
(1) Rig drain pipe
• The diameter of the drain pipe should be greater than or
equal to the diameter of the connecting pipe (vinyl tube; pipe
size: 1 in.; outer dimension: 1 1/4 in.). (This does not apply to
rise.)
• Keep the drain pipe short and sloping downwards at a gradient of at least 1/100 to prevent air pockets from forming.
• If the drain pipe cannot be sufficiently set on a slope,
execute the drain raising pipe.
• To keep the drain pipe from sagging, space hanging wires
every 3.28 ~ 4.92ft .
〈NOTE FOR DRAIN RAISING PIPE〉
• Install the drain raising pipe at a height of less than 21 5/8 in..
• Install the drain raising pipe at a right angle to the indoor unit
and no more than 11 13/16 in. from the unit.
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NOTE
• The incline of attached drain hose (1) should be 2 15/16 in. or
less so that the drain socket does not have to stand additional force.
Select converging drain pipe whose gauge is suitable for the
operating capacity of the unit.
• Drain pipe connections
Do not connect the drain pipe directly to sewage pipes that
smell of ammonia. The ammonia in the sewage might enter
the indoor unit through the drain pipe and corrode the heat
exchanger.
• Keep in mind that it will become the cause of getting drain
pipe blocked if water collects on drain pipe.
〈
〉
(2) After piping work is finished, check if drainage flows
smoothly.
3
• Open the water inlet lid, add approximately 37 in of water
slowly and check drainage flow.
WHEN ELECTRIC WIRING WORK IS FINISHED
• Check drainage flow during COOL running, explained under
“TEST OPERATION”.
WHEN ELECTRIC WIRING WORK IS NOT FINISHED
• Remove the control box lids, connect a power supply wire
and remote controller wire to the terminals.
(Refer to the “HOW TO CONNECT WIRES” (Page 11))
Next, press the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION button
“
” on the remote controller. The unit will engage the test
operation mode. Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
button “
” until selecting FAN SPEED CONTROL button
“ ”. Then, press the ON/OFF button “ ”. The indoor unit
fan and drain pump will start up. Check that the water has
drained from the unit. Press “
” to go back to the first
mode.
TEST
TEST
9.
9-1
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• All field supplied parts and materials, electric works must
conform to local codes.
• Use copper wire only.
• Follow the “WIRING DIAGRAM” attached to the unit body to
wire the outdoor unit, indoor unit and the remote controller.
For details on hooking up the remote controller, refer to the
“INSTALLATION MANUAL OF REMOTE CONTROLLER”.
• All wires must be performed by an authorized electrician.
• A circuit breaker capable of shutting down the power supply
to the entire system must be installed.
• Be sure to ground the air conditioner.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or lightning rods because incomplete grounding could cause a
severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death, and
to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in an explosion
which could lead to severe injury or death.
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Power
supply
Units
Model
Hz
Volts
Voltage
range
60
208230V
Max. 253
Min. 187
MCA
FCQ24MVJU
FCQ30MVJU
FCQ36MVJU
FCQ42MVJU
Fan motor
MFA
KW
FLA
1.3
15
0.09
1.0
1.3
15
0.09
1.0
1.4
15
0.09
1.1
1.4
15
0.09
1.1
MCA: Min. Circuit Amps (A) MFA: Max. Fuse Amps (A)
KW: Fan Motor Rated Output (kW) FLA: Full Load Amps (A)
9-3
〈
〉
SPECIFICATIONS FOR FIELD SUPPLIED
FUSES AND WIRES
Power supply wiring
Model
Field fuses
FCQ24MVJU
FCQ30MVJU
FCQ36MVJU
FCQ42MVJU
15A
Size
Wire size
must
comply with
local codes.
Transmission
wiring
Wire
Size
Sheathed wire
(2 wires)
AWG
18-16
Allowable length of transmission wire and remote controller wire
are as follows.
(1) Outdoor unit – Indoor unit:
Max. 3280 ft.
(2) Indoor unit – Remote controller:
Max. 1640 ft.
10. WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET
THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
10-1 HOW TO CONNECT WIRES
〈Methods of wiring power supply, units and connecting
remote controller wires〉〉
• Power supply wire
Remove the control box lid (2) and connect wires to the
power supply terminal block (3P) inside. In doing this, pull the
wires inside through rubber bush A and clamp the wires
along with other wires using clamp A, untightening the clip of
clamp A by pressing. After the connection, tighten clamp A
as before.
• Transmission wire and remote controller wire
Remove the control box lid (1) and pull the wires inside
through rubber bush B and connect to the transmission terminal block (6P).
• After connection, attach sealing pad
(Be sure to attach it to prevent water from infiltrating the unit
from the outside.)
CAUTION
• Even if the control box lid (1)(2) is removed, pull the remote
controller wire, transmission wire and the power supply wire
inside the unit so that the wires do not come into contact with
the opening section of the metal casing.
• Pass conduits through the wall and secure along with the
refrigerant pipe in order to prevent external pressure being
applied to transmission wire and power supply wire.
• Arrange the wires and fix a lid firmly so that the lid does not
float during wiring work.
• Do not clamp remote controller wire and transmission wire
together with power supply wire. Doing so may cause malfunction.
• Remote controller wire, transmission wire and power supply
wire should be located at least 5 in. from other electric wires.
Not following this guideline may result in malfunction due to
electrical noise.
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WARNING
• Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal block for
remote controller wiring as this could damage the entire system.
• Use only specified wire and connect wires to the terminal
tightly. Be careful wires do not place external stress on terminals. Keep wires in neat order so as to not obstruct other
equipment. Make sure that the electric box lid fits tightly.
Incomplete connections could result in overheating and, in
worse case, result in electric shock or fire.
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10-2 WIRING EXAMPLE
• Fit the power supply wire of each unit with a switch and fuse
as shown in the drawing.
COMPLETE SYSTEM EXAMPLE
NOTE
1. Use round crimp-style terminals for connecting wires to the
power supply terminal block.
If unavailable, observe the following points when wiring.
• Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same
power supply terminal.
(Looseness in the connection may cause overheating.)
1. When using 1 remote controller for 1 indoor unit.
(Normal operation)
2. Tightening torque for the terminal screws.
• Use the correct screwdriver for tightening the terminal
screws. If the blade of screwdriver is too small, the head
of the screw might be damaged, and the screw will not be
properly tightened.
• If the terminal screws are tightened too hard, screws
might be damaged.
• Refer to the table below for the tightening torque of the
terminal screws.
3. Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same ground
terminal. Looseness in the connection may deteriorate protection.
4. Outside of the unit, keep transmission wire at least
5 in. away from power supply wire. The equipment may malfunction if subjected to electrical (external) noise.
5. For remote controller wire, refer to the “INSTALLATION
MANUAL OF REMOTE CONTROLLER” attached to the
remote controller.
2. When using 2 remote controllers for 1 indoor unit.
NOTE
1. A single switch can be used to supply power to units on the
same system. However, branch switches and branch circuit
breakers must be selected carefully.
2. Do not ground the equipment on gas pipes, water pipes or
lightning rods, or crossground with telephones. Improper
grounding could result in electric shock.
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10-3 CONTROL BY 2 REMOTE CONTROLLERS
(Controlling 1 indoor unit by 2 remote controllers)
• When using 2 remote controllers, one must be set to “MAIN”
and the other to “SUB”.
MAIN/SUB CHANGEOVER
(1) Insert a screw driver into the recess between the upper
and lower part of remote controller and, working from the 2
positions, pry off the upper part.
The remote controller PC board is attached to the upper
part of remote controller.
(3) How to select FORCED OFF and ON/OFF OPERATION
• Turn the power on and then use the remote controller to
select operation.
10-5 CENTRALIZED CONTROL
• For centralized control, it is necessary to designate the group
No. For details, refer to the manual of each optional controllers for centralized control.
11. FIELD SETTING
Make sure the control box lids are closed on the indoor and
outdoor units.
Field setting must be made from the remote controller in
accordance with the installation condition.
• Setting can be made by changing the “Mode No.”, “FIRST
CODE NO.”, and “SECOND CODE NO.”.
• For setting and operation, refer to the “FIELD SETTING” in
the installation manual of the remote controller.
(2) Turn the MAIN/SUB changeover switch on one of the two
remote controllers PC boards to “S”.
(Leave the switch of the other remote controller set to “M”.)
• Set the remote controller to the field set mode. For
details, refer to the “HOW TO SET IN THE FIELD”, in the
remote controller manual.
• When in the field set mode, select mode No. 12, then set
the first code (switch) No. to “1”. Then set second code
(position) No. to “01” for FORCED OFF and “02” for ON/
OFF OPERATION. (FORCED OFF at factory set)
10-4 COMPUTERISED CONTROL (FORCED OFF
AND ON/OFF OPERATION)
See “FIELD SETTING” on page 13 for local settings.
(1) Wire specifications and how to perform wiring
• Connect the input from outside to terminals T1 and T2 of
the transmission terminal block.
Wire specification
Sheathed vinyl wire or cable (2 wires)
Gauge
AWG 18-16
Length
Max. 328ft.
External terminal
Contact that can ensure the minimum applicable load of 15V DC, 10mA.
(2) Actuation
• The following table explains FORCED OFF and ON/OFF
OPERATIONS in response to Input A.
FORCED OFF
ON/OFF OPERATION
Input “ON” stops operation (impossible by
remote controllers.)
Input OFF → ON turns
ON unit.
Input OFF enables control by remote controller.
Input ON → OFF turns
OFF unit.
SETTING AIR FILTER SIGN
• Remote controllers are equipped with liquid crystal display
air filer signs to display the time to clean air filters.
• Change the SECOND CODE NO. according to Table 5
depending on the amount of dirt or dust in the room.
(SECOND CODE NO. is factory set to “01” for filter contamination-light)
Table 5
Setting
Spacing time of
display air
filter sign
(long life type)
Air filter
contaminationlight
Approx. 2500 hrs
Air filter
contaminationheavy
Approx. 1250 hrs
Mode
No.
FIRST
CODE
NO.
SECOND
CODE
NO.
01
10
(20)
0
02
〈When using wireless remote controllers〉〉
• When using wireless remote controllers, wireless remote
controller address setting is necessary. Refer to the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller for
setting instructions.
12. INSTALLATION OF THE DECORATION
PANEL
Refer to the installation manual attached to the decoration panel.
After installing the decoration panel, ensure that there is no
space between the unit body and decoration panel.
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13. TEST OPERATION
Refer to the section of “FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS,
TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND
CHECK AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.” on page 4.
• Make sure if the service lids are closed on the indoor and outdoor units.
• After finishing the construction of refrigerant pipe, drain pipe
and electric wire, conduct the check operation referring to the
installation manual of the outdoor unit.
• The operation lamp of the remote controller will flash when a
malfunction occurs. Check the malfunction code on the liquid
crystal display to identify the point of trouble. An explanation
of malfunction codes and the corresponding trouble is provided in the installation manual of the outdoor unit.
If any of the items in Table 6 are displayed, there may be a
problem with the wiring or power, so check the wiring again.
Table 6
Remote control display
“
” (under centralized control) is lit up.
Content
• There is a short circuit at the FORCED OFF
terminals (T1, T2)
“U4” is lit up
“UH” is lit up
• The power on the outdoor unit is off.
• The outdoor unit has not been wired for
power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the transmission wiring
and / or FORCED OFF wiring.
• The transmission wiring is cut.
No display
• The power on the indoor unit is off.
• The indoor unit has not been wired for
power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the remote controller
wiring, the transmission wiring and / or the
FORCED OFF wiring.
• The remote controller wiring is cut.
(2) With the wireless remote controller.
(Refer also to the operation manual attached to the wireless
remote controller)
When the operation stops due to trouble, the display on the
indoor unit flashes. In such a case, diagnose the fault contents with the table on the Malfunction code list looking for
the Malfunction code which can be found by following procedures. (NOTE 2)
(1) Press the INSPECTION /TEST OPERATION button,
“
” is displayed and “ 0 ” flashes.
(2) Press the PROGRAMMING TIME button and find the
unit No. which stopped due to trouble.
Number of beeps 3 short beeps Perform all the
following operations
1 short beep
Perform (3) and (6)
1 long beep
No trouble
(3) Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button and
upper figure of the Malfunction code flashes.
(4) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes 2 short beeps and find the upper code.
(5) Press the Operation selector button and lower figure of
the Malfunction code flashes.
(6) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes a long beep and find the lower code.
• A long beep indicate the Malfunction code.
NOTE)
1. In case wired remote controller. Press the INSPECTION /
TEST OPERATION button on remote controller, “
”
starts flashing.
2. Keep down the ON/OFF button for 5 seconds or longer in
the inspection mode and the above trouble history disappears, after the trouble code goes on and off twice, followed
by the code “00”(normal).
The display changes from the inspection mode to the normal mode.
• If “U3” is lit up, the malfunction code shows the check operation has not been performed yet.
13-1 TEST OPERATION
(1) Make sure if the gas side and the liquid side stop valves are
open.
(2) Electrify crank case heater for 6 hours.
(3) Confirm function of unit according to the operation manual.
NOTE
• Refer to the diagnoses below if the unit does not operate
properly.
13-2 CAUTIONS FOR SERVICING
With the power on. Troubles can be monitored on the
remote controller or the LED’s on the PC board of the
indoor unit.
■ Trouble shooting with the display on the liquid crystal display
remote controller.
(1) With the wired remote controller. (NOTE 1)
When the operation stops due to trouble, operation lamp
flashed, and “
” and the Malfunction code are indicated
on the liquid crystal display. In such a case, diagnose the
fault contents by referring to the table on the Malfunction
code list it case of group control, the unit No. is displayed so
that the indoor unit no with the trouble can be recognized.
(NOTE 2)
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13-3 MALFUNCTION CODE
• For places where the Malfunction code is left blank, the
“
” indication is not displayed. Though the system continues operating, be sure to inspect the system and make
repairs as necessary.
• Depending on the type of indoor or outdoor unit, the malfunction code may or may not be displayed.
Code
A1
Drain water level abnormal
A6
Indoor fan motor overloaded, overcurrent or locked.
A7
Air flow direction adjust motor is fault.
A9
Drive for electronic expansion valve is fault.
Type set improper
C4
U2
U3
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing programmed in the data hold IC.
Sensor R2T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
C5
Sensor R3T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
C9
Sensor R1T for suction air temperature is fault.
Suction pipe temperature abnormal
Power source voltage malfunction
Includes the defect in K1M.
The check operation has not performed.
Transmission error (indoor unit – outdoor unit)
Malfunction/Remarks
Indoor unit’s PC board faulty
A3
AJ
U0
U4
UF
U9
Miswiring between indoor and outdoor units or malfunction of the PC board mounted on the indoor and the outdoor units.
If UF is shown, the wire between the indoor and outdoor
units is not properly wired. Therefore, immediately disconnect the power supply and correct the wire. (The
compressor and the fan mounted on the outdoor unit
may start operation independent of the remote controller
operation.) The power is not supplied to outdoor unit.
Same transmission for in / outdoor unit is fault.
Miss setting for multi system
UA
Setting is wrong for selector switch of multi-system. (see
switch SS2 on the main unit’s PC board)
Sensor for remote controller is fault.
CJ
The remote controller thermistor does not function, but
the system thermo run is possible.
E3
High pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
E4
Low pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
E5
Compressor motor lock malfunction
E7
Outdoor fan motor lock malfunction
Outdoor fan instantaneous overcurrent malfunction
E9
Electronic expansion valve faulty (outdoor unit)
F3
Discharge pipe temperature abnormal (outdoor unit)
F6
The refrigerant is overcharged.
H9
Outdoor air thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J3
Discharge pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J5
Suction pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J6
Heat exchanger thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J9
Sensor for heat exchanger is fault.
JA
Sensor for high pressure is fault.
JC
L4
Sensor for low pressure is fault.
Overheated heat-radiating fin (outdoor)
Inverter cooling defect.
Instantaneous overcurrent (outdoor)
L5
Possible earth fault or short circuit in the compressor
motor.
Electric thermal (outdoor)
L8
L9
Possible electrical overload in the compressor or cut line
in the compressor motor.
Stall prevention (outdoor)
Compressor possibly locked.
LC
Transmission malfunction between the outdoor control
units’ inverters (outdoor)
P1
Open-phase (outdoor)
P3
PC board temperature sensor malfunction (outdoor)
P4
Heat-radiating fin temperature sensor malfunction
(outdoor)
Type set improper (outdoor unit)
PJ
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing programmed in the data hold IC.
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FHQ18PVJU / FHQ24PVJU / FHQ30PVJU
SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioners
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS …………………………… 2
BEFORE INSTALLATION ………………………………… 3
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE ……………………… 4
PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION …………… 5
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION …………………………… 6
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK ………………………… 7
DRAIN PIPING WORK …………………………………… 9
ELECTROLLER ………………………………………… 10
WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET THE REMOTE
CONTROLLER ………………………………………… 10
10. ATTACHING THE SUCTION GRILLE, THE DECORATION
PANELS AND THE PROTECTION NET ……………… 12
11. FIELD SETTING ………………………………………… 12
12. TEST OPERATION ……………………………………… 13
1.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS” carefully
before installing air conditioning equipment and be sure to
install it correctly. After completing the installation, make sure
that the unit operates properly during the start-up operation.
Please instruct the customer on how to operate the unit and
keep it maintained.
Also, inform customers that they should store this installation
manual along with the operation manual for future reference.
This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not accessible to the general public”.
Meaning of danger, warning, caution and note symbols.
DANGER …………Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury.
WARNING …………lndicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION …………lndicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result
in minor or moderate injury. lt may
also be sued to alert against unsafe
practices.
NOTE ………………lndicates situation that may result in
equipment or property-damage-only
accidents.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or
lightning rods because incomplete grounding could
cause a severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or
death, and to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in
an explosion which could lead to severe injury or death.
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials
are present due to risk of explosion resulting in serious
injury or death.
2
Installation manual
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and displaces oxygen.
A massive leak could lead to oxygen depletion, especially in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could
occur leading to serious injury or death.
• If the refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate
the area immediately.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the
refrigerant gas does not leak.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden
parts, may cause stabs or other injuries. Tear apart and
throw away plastic packaging bags so that children will not
play with them. Children playing with plastic bags face the
danger of death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out
installation work. Do not try to install the air conditioner
by yourself.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Perform installation work in accordance with this installation manual.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts
for installation work.
Failure to use the specified parts may result in water leakage,
electric shocks, fire or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough
to withstand the weight of the unit.
A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injuries.
• Carry out the specified installation work after considering strong winds, typhoons or earthquakes.
Improper installation work may result in the equipment falling
and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried
out by qualified personnel according to local laws and
regulations and this installation manual.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical
construction may lead to electric shocks or fire.
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires
are used, and no external forces act on the terminal connections or wires.
Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
• When wiring the power supply and connecting the remote
controller wire and transmission wire, position the wires
so that the control box lid can be securely fastened.
Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in electric shocks, fire or the terminals overheating.
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• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers.
Touching a switch with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker.
Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in
electric shocks, or fire.
• Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations :
(a) where a mineral oil mist or an oil spray or vapor is produced, for example in a kitchen.
Plastic parts may deteriorate and fall off or result in
water leakage.
(b) where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is produced.
Corroding copper pipes or soldered parts may result in
refrigerant leakage.
(c) near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of the
control system and result in a malfunction of the equipment.
• Refrigerant pipes may be very hot or very cold during or
immediately after operation.
Touching them could result in burns or frostbite. To avoid
injury give the pipes time to return to normal temperature or,
if you must touch them, be sure to wear proper gloves.
CAUTION
• Install drain pipe in order to ensure proper drainage and
do the thermal insulation of the pipe in order to prevent
condensate.
Improper drain pipe may result in water leakage and property
damage.
• Be very careful about product transportation.
Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any
PP bands for a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden
parts, may cause stabs or other injuries.
Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that
children will not play with them. If children play with a plastic
bag which was not torn apart, they face the risk of suffocation.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping
operation.
Always wait at least 5 minutes before turning off the power.
Otherwise, water leakage and trouble may occur.
• Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order
to prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by
small animals.
Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause
malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please instruct the customer to
keep the area around the unit clean.
NOTE
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wire
and transmission wire at least 3.5 ft. away from televisions
or radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5 ft. may not
be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
• Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance
can result shorter than expected in rooms with electronic fluorescent lamps. (inverter or rapid start types)
Install the indoor unit as far away from fluorescent lamps as
possible.
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• In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
• Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil
and eventual other parts, should be done in accordance
with the relevant local and national regulations.
2.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
• When moving the unit while removing it from the packing case, be sure to lift it by the four hanger brackets.
Avoid putting any pressure on other parts especially the
refrigerant piping.
• Be sure to check the type of refrigerant to be used before
installing the unit. (Using an incorrect refrigerant will prevent
normal operation of the unit.)
• The accessories needed for installation must be retained in
your custody until the installation work is completed. Do not
discard them!
• Decide upon a line of transport.
• Leave the unit inside its packaging while moving, until reaching the installation site. Where unpacking is unavoidable, use
a sling of soft material or protective plates together with a
rope when lifting, to avoid damage or scratches to the unit.
• When selecting installation site, refer to the paper pattern.
• For the installation of an outdoor unit, refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• Do not install or operate the unit in rooms mentioned below.
• Laden with mineral oil, or filled with oil vapor or spray
like in kitchens. (Plastic parts may deteriorate which
could eventually cause the unit to fall out of place, or
could lead to leaks.)
• Where corrosive gas like sulfurous gas exists.
• (Copper tubing and brazed spots may corrode which
could eventually lead to refrigerant leaks.)
• Where machines can generate electromagnetic
waves. (Control system may malfunction.)
• Where the air contains high levels of salt such as that
near the ocean and where voltage fluctuates greatly
such as that in factories. Also in vehicles or vessels.
• This unit, both indoor and outdoor, is suitable for installation
in a commercial and light industrial environment.
If installed as a household appliance it could cause electromagnetic interference.
WARNING
• Entrust installation to the place of purchase or a qualified
person. Improper installation could lead to leak and, in worse
cases, electric shock of fire.
• Use of unspecified parts could lead to the unit falling, leaks
and, in worse cases, electric shock or fire.
NOTE
• Be sure to read this manual before installing the indoor unit.
• Be sure to mount an air filter (part to be procured in the field) in
the suction air passage in order to prevent water leaking, etc.
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2-1 ACCESSORIES
Check the following accessories are included with your unit.
Name
(1) Drain pipe
Quantity
1 pc.
(2) Metal
clamp
1 pc.
(3) Washer for
hanger bracket
8 pcs.
(4) Clamp
9 pcs.
Shape
(5) Paper pattern
for installation
Quantity
1 pc.
Insulation pipe
cover
1 each
(6) For gas pipe
Name
Shape
(7) For liquid pipe
Is the unit safely grounded?
It may result in electric shock.
Is wiring size according to
specifications?
The unit may malfunction or
the components burn out.
Is something blocking the air
outlet or inlet of either the
indoor or outdoor units?
It may result in insufficient
cooling.
Are refrigerant piping length
and additional refrigerant
charge noted down?
The refrigerant charge in the
system is not clear.
b. Items to be checked at time of delivery
Sealing pad
1 each
(8) Large
(9) Small
∗ Also review the “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS”
Items to be checked
Check
Did you explain about operations while showing the operation manual to your customer?
Did you hand the instruction manual over to your customer?
2-3 NOTE TO THE INSTALLER
Name
(10) Resin bush
Quantity
1 pc.
(11) Insulating
tube
3 pcs.
For wire
Shape
(Other)
• Operation manual
• Installation manual
Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the unit
(especially cleaning filters, operating different functions, and
adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out operations
themselves while looking at the manual.
3.
2-2 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• The remote controller are required for this indoor unit in Table 1.
• These are 2 types of remote controllers : wired and wireless.
Select a remote controller according to customer request
and install in an appropriate place.
Table 1
Remote controller
Wired type
BRC1C71
Wireless type
BRC7E83
NOTE
• If you wish to use a remote controller that is not listed in “Table
1” on page 4, select a suitable remote controller after consulting catalogs and technical materials.
FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, TAKE SPECIAL
CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND CHECK
AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.
If not properly done, what is
likely to occur
Are the indoor and outdoor
unit fixed firmly?
The units may drop, vibrate or
make noise.
Is the gas leak test finished?
It may result in insufficient
cooling.
Is the unit fully insulated?
Condensate water may drip.
Please attach additional insulation pipe cover to the unit body
when it is believed that the relative humidity in the ceiling
exceeds 80%. Use glass wool, polyethylene foam, or similar
with a thickness of 3/8 in.. or more as insulation pipe cover.
(1) Select an installation site where the following conditions
are fulfilled and that meets your customer’s approval.
• Where optimum air distribution can be ensured.
• Where nothing blocks air passage.
• Where condensate can be properly drained.
• Where the ceiling is strong enough to bear the indoor unit
weight.
• Where the false ceiling is not noticeably on an incline.
• Where sufficient clearance for maintenance and service
can be ensured.
DANGER
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to the risk explosion resulting in serious injury or
death.
WARNING
a. Items to be checked after completion of work
Items to be checked
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE
Check
• If the supporting structural members are not strong enough
to take the unit’s weight, the unit could fall out of place and
cause serious injury.
NOTE
• When a margin is in the space of the ∗ section, service and
maintenance work will become still easier if it vacates 7 7/8 in.
or more.
Does drainage flow smoothly? Condensate water may drip.
Does the power supply voltThe unit may malfunction or
age correspond to that shown
the components burn out.
on the name plate?
Are wiring and piping correct?
The unit may malfunction or
the components burn out.
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∗
1 3/16 or more
Air outlet
Required service
space
Air inlet
12 or more
∗
1 3/16 or more
Obstruction
Floor
(2) Make holes for suspension bolts, refrigerant and drain
pipe, and wire.
• Refer to the paper pattern for installation.
• Select the location for each of holes and open the holes in
the ceiling.
(3) Remove the parts from the indoor unit.
(3-1) Detach the suction grille.
• Slide the locking knobs (×2) on the suction grille inward
(direction of arrows) and lift upwards. (Refer to Fig. 1)
• With the suction grille open, remove the suction grille forward, holding on to the rear tabs (×2) on the suction grille.
(Refer to Fig. 2)
(Length : in.)
• Where pipe between indoor and outdoor units is possible
within the allowable limit.
(Refer to the installation manual for the outdoor unit.)
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power wire and
connecting wires at least 3.5 ft. away from televisions or
radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5 ft. may
not be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
Knob
Suction grille
Fig. 1
Tab
Suction grille
(2) Use suspension bolts for installation. Check whether
the ceiling is strong enough to support the weight of
the unit or not. If there is a risk, reinforce the ceiling
before installing the unit.
(Installation pitch is marked on the paper pattern for installation. Refer to it to check for points requiring reinforcing.)
(3) This product may be installed on ceilings up to 10.6 ft.
from the floor.
(4) A direction of installation.
• Refrigerant piping : the rear side, right side or upper part.
• Wiring : only the rear side.
• Drain piping : the rear right side or the right side.
(As the rear left, installation is impossible.)
4.
Fig. 2
(3-2) Remove the decoration panels (left and right) and the pro-
tection net.
• After removing the securing screws for the decoration
panels (one each), pull them forward (in the direction of
the arrow) and remove them. (Refer to Fig. 3)
• Remove the securing screws for the protection net.
(Refer to Fig. 3)
Protection net
securing screws (M4)
Decoration panel
securing screws (M4)
PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION
(1) Relation of holes for indoor unit, suspension bolt position, piping and wiring.
Decoration
panel
26 3/4 (Indoor unit)
10 1/4
(Suspension
bolt pitch)
8 1/4
22
25 3/4
27 11/16
62 5/8 (Indoor unit)
61 (Suspension bolt pitch)
27 3/16
24 5/8
Conduit
hole
Drain pipe hole
Decoration panel
(ii)
Accessories
False ceiling view
Protection net
Top gas pipe hole
(i)
Suspension bolt (× 4)
Decoration
panel
Top liquid pipe hole
Air outlet
(length : in.)
Decoration panel
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Fig. 3
• Raise one side of the protection net upwards (in the direction of the arrow (i)) and remove back (the arrow (ii)).
(Refer to Fig. 4, 5)
• Take out the accessories.
6 1/4
7 1/4
Front view
6
5 5/8
3 3/4
6 1/4
Wiring hole Rear side pipe hole
26 1/8
Decoration panel
securing screw
(M4)
Fig. 4
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NOTE
(ii)
If it raises too much,
a hook stops catching
and falling out.
Protection net
(i)
Hook
• Use a hole-in anchor for existing ceilings, and a sunken insert,
sunken anchor or other field supplied parts for new ceilings to
reinforce the ceiling to bear the weight of the unit. Adjust clearance from the ceiling before proceeding further.
Ceiling slab
Anchor
1–2 3/16
Fig. 5
(3-3) Remove the rear metal plate for transmission wire, remote
controller wire and refrigerant pipe.
• It is necessary to drill the knock out hole in the removable
part. Knock down several times with a punch and hammer and remove the removable part with pliers.
• When setting the refrigerant pipe to the rear side, remove
the securing screws and the metal plate. (Refer to Fig. 6).
After removing, attach the resin bush
(Refer to Fig. 25)
Removable part
(metal plate)
Suspension bolt
False ceiling
All the above parts are field supplied. (Length : in.)
Fig. 9
5.
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION
It may be easier to attach accessory parts before installing
the indoor unit. Therefore, please also read the instruction
manuals which are provided with the accessory parts.
If setting the drain pipe to the
right side, block up the hole for
drain pipe with pate etc.
Metal plate
securing
screw (M4)
As for the parts to be used for installation work, be sure to use
the provided accessories and specified parts designated by our
company.
(1) Secure the hanger brackets to the suspension bolts.
(Refer to Fig. 10)
NOTE
If setting the refrigerant pipe to
the rear side, remove this metal plate.
• To ensure they are safely secured, use the included washers,
and secure them with double nuts to make sure.
Fig. 6
(3-4) Remove the hanger brackets.
• Loosen the 2 bolts (M8) used to attach the hanger brackets which are on each side (4 places left and right) to
within 3/8 in.. (Refer to Fig. 7, 8)
• After removing the securing screws (M5) for the hanger
brackets which are on the rear side, pull the hanger
brackets back (in the direction of the arrow), and remove
them. (Refer to Fig. 8)
Length of loosening
should be less than 3/8
(2) Lift the indoor unit’s main body, insert the bolts (M8)
for the hanger brackets into the attachment part on the
hanger brackets, while sliding the main body from the
front. (Refer to Fig. 11)
(3) Fasten the bolts for the hanger brackets (M8) securely
in 4 places, left and right. (Refer to Fig. 11)
(4) Replace the screws for the hanger brackets which had
been removed (M5) securely in 2 places left and right.
This is necessary to prevent any forward and back slide
in the main body of the indoor unit. (Refer to Fig. 11)
Nut (Field supplied)
Indoor unit
Washer (3) (attached)
3/8 or less
Fig. 7
Hanger bracket
(Length : in.)
Double nuts
(Field supplied)
Hanger bracket
Hanger bracket
fixing screw (M5)
Fig. 10
Hanger bracket
Hanger bracket
setting bolt (M8)
Hanger bracket
Fig. 8
(4) Attach the suspension bolts. (Use suspension bolts
which are W3/8 or M8-M10 in size.)
• Adjust the distance of the suspension bolts from the ceiling in
advance. (Refer to Fig. 9)
6
Hanger bracket
setting bolt (M8)
Attachment
part
Hanger bracket
fixing screw (M5)
Fig. 11
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(5) When hanging the indoor unit main body, be sure to
use a level or a plastic tube with water in it to make sure
the drain piping is set either level or slightly tilted, in
order to ensure proper drainage. (Refer to Fig. 12)
A
1˚ or less
B
1˚ or less
A.B
1˚ or less
• Before refrigerant pipe work, check which type of refrigerant is used.
Proper operation is not possible if the types of refrigerant are not the same.
6-2 CONNECTING THE REFRIGERANT PIPE
• The outdoor unit is charged with refrigerant.
• Use copper alloy seamless pipes.
• Be sure to use both a spanner and torque wrench together,
as shown in the drawing, when connecting or disconnecting
pipes to/from the unit. (Refer to Fig. 13)
• Refer to “Table 2” to determine the proper tightening torque.
• Refer to “Table 2” for the dimensions of flare shape.
• When connecting the flare nut, coat the flare section with
ester oil or ether oil, rotate three or four times first, then
screw in. (Refer to Fig. 14)
Torque wrench
Pipe union
Fig. 12
A.When the drain piping is tilted to the right, or to the right
and back.
Place it level, or tilt it slightly to the right or the back. (1° or less.)
B.When the drain piping is tilted to the left, or to the left and
back.
Place it level, or tilt it slightly to the left or the back. (1° or less.)
Flare nut
Spanner
Fig. 13
CAUTION
CAUTION
• Setting the unit at an angle opposite to the drain piping might
cause a water leakage.
6.
• Be careful for oil not to adhere to any portions other than a
flare part. If oil adhere to resin parts etc., there is a possibility of damaging by deterioration.
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK
Ester oil or ether oil.
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could cause severe injury or death.
Fig. 14
NOTE
• Use the flare nut included with the unit main body.
Table 2
φ5/8
24.1-29.4
45.6-55.6
0.504-0.520
0.760-0.776
45˚±
φ3/8
Flare shape (in.)
2˚
Pipe size Tightening torque Flare dimensions A
(ft. lbf)
(in.)
(in.)
R0.016-0.031
A
• Use a pipe cutter and flare suitable for the type of refrigerant.
• To prevent dust, moisture or other foreign matter from infiltrating the tube, either pinch the end or cover it with tape.
• Do not allow anything other than the designated refrigerant to get mixed into the refrigerant circuit, such as air,
etc. If any refrigerant gas leaks while working on the
unit, ventilate the room thoroughly right away.
90˚± 2˚
CAUTION
6-1 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• For refrigerant pipe of outdoor units, see the installation
manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• Execute thermal insulation work completely on both
sides of the gas pipe and the liquid pipeORWATEROR
water leakage can result.
("ESURETOUSEINSULATIONTHATISDESIGNEDFORUSE
WITH(6!#3YSTEMS.)
• Also, in cases where the temperature and humidity of
the refrigerant pipe sections might exceed 86ºF or RH
80%, reinforce the thermal insulation. (3/4 in. or thicker)
Condensate may form on the surface of the insulation
pipe cover.
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CAUTION
• Overtightening may damage the flare and cause a refrigerant
leakage
Not recommended but in case of emergency
You must use a torque wrench, but if you are obliged to install
the unit without a torque wrench, you may follow the installation method mentioned below.
When you keep on tightening the flare nut with a spanner,
there is a point where the tightening torque suddenly
increases. From that position, further tighten the flare nut
the angle shown below :
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Table 3
Pipe size
Recommended arm length of tool
Further tightening angle
(in.)
(in.)
φ3/8
60 to 90 degrees
Approx. 7 7/8
φ5/8
30 to 60 degrees
Approx. 11 13/16
After the work is finished, make sure to check that there
is no gas leak.
Procedure for thermal insulation of gas-side pipe
Insulation pipe cover
for gas pipe (6)
Flare nut connection
Insulation pipe
cover (main unit)
Orient so that the end of
the wrapped insulation
Attach to base
pipe cover is facing up
Wind around the
pipe, beginning at
the base.
Small sealing
pad (9)
Main unit
Insulation pipe cover
(Locally procured)
6-3 BRAZING REFRIGERANT PIPING
DANGER
Insulation pipe cover for gas pipe (6)
CAUTION TO BE TAKEN WHEN BRAZING REFRIGERANT
PIPING
“Do not use flux when brazing refrigerant pipe. Therefore, use
the phosphor copper brazing filler metal (BCuP) which does not
require flux.”
(Flux has an extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping systems. For instance, if chlorine based flux is used, it will cause
pipe corrosion. If the flux contains fluorine, it will damage the
refrigerant oil.)
• Before brazing local refrigerant pipe, nitrogen gas shall be
blown through the pipe to expel air from the pipe.
If you brazing is done without nitrogen gas blowing, a large
amount of oxide film develops inside the pipe, and could
cause system malfunction.
• When brazing the refrigerant pipe, only begin brazing after
having carried out nitrogen substitution or while inserting
nitrogen into the refrigerant pipe. Once this is done, connect
the indoor unit with a flared or a flanged connection.
• Nitrogen should be set to 2.9 psi with a pressure-reducing
valve if brazing while inserting nitrogen into the pipe.
(Refer to Fig. 15)
Refrigerant pipe
Clamp (4)
Part to be
brazed
Taping
hands valve
Pressure-reducing
valve
Nitrogen
Fig. 15
Nitrogen
DANGER
• Use of oxygen may cause an explosion resulting in serious
injury or death. Only use nitrogen gas.
CAUTION
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Insulation pipe cover for liquid pipe (7)
Clamp (4) (× 4)
Attach to the bottom
(For both gas pipe and liquid pipe)
Procedure for thermal insulation of liquid-side pipe
Insulation pipe cover for
liquid pipe (7)
Flare nut connection
Orient so that the end of
the wrapped insulation
material is facing up
Insulation pipe cover
(Locally procured)
Insulation pipe cover (main unit)
Attach to base
Main unit
Clamp (4)
Fig. 16
(1) For piping facing back.
Remove the rear metal plate for pipe. (Refer to Fig. 17)
• The figure of the direction of back shows when both the piping and drain pipe are set backward.
When setting the piping to face up or right, attach the rear
metal plate for refrigerant pipe and plug a hole for drain pipe.
(See “4 PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION” (3-3) on
page 6)
(2) For piping facing up.
• When setting the piping to face up, the L-shaped branch
pipe kit sold separately is required.
• Removing the top penetration lid and use the L-shaped branch
pipe kit sold separately to set the pipe. (Refer to Fig. 18, 19)
(3) For piping facing right.
• Cut out a slit hole on the decoration panel (right) and set the
pipe. (Refer to Fig. 17)
• Be sure to insulate any field piping all the way to the piping
connection inside the unit. Any exposed piping may cause
condensate or a burn if touched.
6-4 PIPING INSULATION
• Make absolutely sure to execute thermal insulation works on
the pipe-connecting section after checking gas leakage by
thoroughly studying the following figure and using the insulation pipe cover (6) and (7). (Fasten both ends with the clamps
(4).) (Refer to Fig. 16)
• Wrap the small sealing pad (9) only around the insulation for
the joints on the gas piping side. (Refer to Fig. 16)
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Right-facing
refrigerant
piping
Rear-facing
refrigerant pipe
Rear right-facing
drain pipe
Right-facing drain pipe
Decoration panel (right) removable part
If only setting the drain pipe to
face right, cut this section only.
Fig. 17
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Good
Top plate
Tilt down
Wrong
Do not lift Make sure there
is no slack
Make sure it is
not in the water
Top penetration lid
This hole not using it.
Cut out
Fig. 18 (A figure from an inside bottom)
Fig. 21
CAUTION
Upward-facing
refrigerant pipe
L-shaped branch pipe
kit (Optional accessories)
Fig. 19
Thermistor lead line
Top penetration
lid clamp section
• Water accumulating in the drain piping can cause the drain to
clog.
• Be sure to use the drain pipe (1) and metal clamp (2).
Also, insert the drain pipe completely into the drain socket, and
securely attach the metal clamp bracket inside the gray tape
area on the inserted tip of the drain pipe. (Refer to Fig. 22)
Screw the screws on the metal clamp bracket until there is 5/
32 in. left. (Pay attention to the direction of the attachment to
prevent the metal clamp bracket from coming into contact
with the suction grille.) (Refer to Fig. 23)
Swing motor
lead line
Metal clamp (2)
Taping area (Gray)
Fig. 22
Drain pipe (1)
5/32 or less
Fig. 20 (A figure from an inside bottom)
• When piping is complete, cut the removed penetration lid into
the shape of the pipe using scissors and attach.
As when before removing the top penetration lid, secure the
lead lines for the swing motor and thermistor by passing them
through the clamp section on the top penetration lid.
(Refer to Fig. 18, 20)
• When doing this, block any gaps between the pipe penetration lid and the pipes using putty to prevent dust from entering the indoor unit.
7.
DRAIN PIPING WORK
(1) Carry out the drain piping.
• Make sure piping provides proper drainage.
• You can select whether to bring the drain piping out from the
rear right or right. For rear right-facing and right-facing situations, refer to “6. REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK” on page 7.
• Make sure the pipe diameter is the same or bigger than the
branch piping. (vinyl-chloride piping, nominal diameter 1 in.,
external diameter 1 1/4 in.)
• Make sure the piping is short, has at least a 1/100 slope, and
can prevent air pockets from forming. (Refer to Fig. 21)
• Do not allow any slack to gather in the drain pipe inside the
indoor unit.
(Slack in the drain pipe can cause the suction grille to break.)
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Large sealing pad (8)
Metal clamp (2)
< Facing rear right or right >
Fig. 23
(Length : in.)
• Insulate the metal clamp bracket and drain pipe from the bottom using the large sealing pad (8). (Refer to Fig. 23)
• Be sure to insulate all drain piping running indoors.
(2) Check to make sure the water flows smoothly after piping is complete.
• Slowly pour 600 ml of drain-checking water into the drain pan
through the air outlet.
Plastic container for pouring
Air outlet
Make sure not to splash the water.
Fig. 24
CAUTION
• Drain piping connections :
Do not connect the drain piping directly to sewage pipes that
smell of ammonia. The ammonia in the sewage might enter
the indoor unit through the drain pipes and corrode the heat
exchanger.
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• Keep in mind that it will become the cause of getting drain
pipe blocked if water collects on drain pipe.
8.
CAUTION
8-1 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• All field supplied parts and materials and electric works must
conform to local codes.
• Use copper wire only.
• For electric wiring work, refer to also “Wiring diagram label”
attached to the control box lid.
• For remote controller wiring details, refer to the installation
manual attached to the remote controller.
• All wires must be performed by an authorized electrician.
• An earth leakage circuit breaker capable of shutting down
power supply to the entire system must be installed.
• Refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit
for the size of power supply wiring connected to the outdoor
unit, the capacity of the circuit breaker and switch, and wiring
instructions.
• Be sure to ground the air conditioner.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or
lightning rods because incomplete grounding could cause a
severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death, and
to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in an explosion
which could lead to severe injury or death.
8-2 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Model
Hz
Volts
Voltage
range
FHQ18PVJU
FHQ24PVJU 60 208-230V
Max. 253V
Min. 187V
FHQ30PVJU
WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET
THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
9-1 HOW TO CONNECT WIRES
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
Units
9.
Power supply
Fan motor
MCA MFA
W
FLA
1.3
15
130
1.0
1.3
15
130
1.0
1.3
15
130
1.0
• Even if the control box lid is removed, pull the remote controller wire, transmission wire and the power supply wire inside
the unit using conduits for each, so that the wires do not come
into contact with the opening section of the metal casing.
• Pass conduits through the wall and secure along with the
refrigerant pipe in order to prevent external pressure being
applied to transmission wire and power supply wire.
• To avoid short circuits in the electric parts box, be sure to apply
the sealing material or putty (not included) to the wiring hole to
prevent the infiltration of water, insects or other small creatures.
• Arrange the wires and fix a lid firmly so that the lid does not
float during wiring work.
• Do not clamp remote controller wire and transmission wire
together with power supply wire. Doing so may cause malfunction.
• Remote controller wire, transmission wire and power supply
wire should be located at least 5 in. from other electric wires.
Not following this guideline may result in malfunction due to
electrical noise.
<Method of wiring power supply, units and connecting remote controller wiring> (Refer to Fig. 26)
• Attaching the resin bush
Attach the resin bush (10) for remote controller wiring.
• Installation of conduit
Insert the conduit for power supply wire in the conduit hole,
and fix it with the lock nut.
Lock nut
MCA : Min. Circuit Amps (A);
MFA : Max. Fuse Amps (A)
W: Fan Motor Rated Output (W); FLA : Full Load Amps (A)
Conduit hole
8-3 SPECIFICATIONS FOR FIELD SUPPLIED FUSES
AND WIRES
Power supply wiring
Model
Field fuses
FHQ18PVJU
FHQ24PVJU
FHQ30PVJU
15A
Size
Remote controller wiring
Transmission wiring
Wire
Size
Wire size must
Sheathed wire
comply with
AWG 18-16
(2 wires)
local codes.
Allowable length of transmission wire between indoor/outdoor
units and between the indoor unit and the remote controller wire
are as follows.
(1) Outdoor unit - Indoor unit : Max. 3280 ft.
(2) Indoor unit - Remote controller : Max. 1640 ft.
10
Conduit
Resin bush (10)
Fig. 25
• Power supply wire
Holding the control box lid, loosen the 2 securing screws,
remove the control box lid, match up the phases on the power
supply terminal block inside (2P), and make the connections.
After this is done, use the attached clamp (4) to bind wire
between units to the anchor point. (Refer to Fig. 27)
• Remote controller wire and transmission wire
Holding the control box lid, loosen the 2 securing screws,
remove the control box lid.
Thread the remote controller wire and transmission wire
through the insulating tube (11) and secure with the clamp
(4), and cut off the insulating tube (11) to suitable length. Pull
the wires inside through resin bush and connect the wires to
the transmission terminal block (6P) inside the control box.
After connecting, use the clamp (4) to bind the remote controller wire together with the transmission wire to the anchor.
(Refer to Fig. 26, 27, 28)
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Refer to Fig. 27
Power supply
Remote controller wire
terminal block (2P)
Transmission
and transmission wire
Control box terminal block (6P)
Ground terminal
Power supply wire
• Use the specified electric wire. Connect the wire securely to
the terminal. Lock the wire down without applying excessive
force to the terminal. (Tightening torque: 0.97 ft lbf ±10%)
Attach insulation sleeve
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Drain pipe
Clamp (4)
Insulating tube (11)
L1
L2
POWER SUPPLY
power supply
How to connect power supply
terminal block (2P)
Fig. 26
Clamp (4)
Ground wire
Fastener
Clamp (4)
Remote controller wire and
transmission wire
Fastener
Fig. 27
Transmission
terminal block (6P)
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
REMOTE
CNTRL
TRANSMISSION
WIRING
FORCED
OFF
Clamp (4)
Insulating
tube (11)
1 in.
Transmission wire
Fig. 28
Remote controller wire
• In the insulating tube (11), it can let the remote controller wire
and transmission wire pass to 2.
WARNING
• Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal block for
remote controller wiring as this could damage the entire system.
• Use only specified wire and connect wires to the terminal
tightly. Be careful wires do not place external stress on terminals. Keep wires in neat order so as to not obstruct other
equipment. Make sure that the electric box lid fits tightly.
Incomplete connections could result in overheating and, in
worse case, result in electric shock or fire.
NOTE
1. Use round crimp-style terminals for connecting wires to the
power supply terminal block.
If unavailable, observe the following points when wiring.
• Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same
power supply terminal.
(Looseness in the connection may cause overheating.)
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2. Tightening torque for the terminal screws.
• Use the correct screwdriver for tightening the terminal
screws. If the blade of screwdriver is too small, the head
of the screw might be damaged, and the screw will not be
properly tightened.
• If the terminal screws are tightened too hard, screws
might be damaged.
• Refer to the table below for the tightening torque of the
terminal screws.
Table 4
Size
Tightening torque
(ft-lbf)
Transmission terminal block (6P)
M3.5
0.58 – 0.72
Power supply terminal block (2P)
M4
0.87 – 1.06
Ground terminal
M4
0.87 – 1.06
Terminal
After securing the
cramp material
to the bracket,
cut off any extra
material.
Power supply wire
Connect wires of the
same gauge to both side.
Conduit
Corking or Putty
Resin bush (10)
Control box
lid securing screw (2pcs.)
Control box lid
Electric wire
Round crimp-style terminal
3. Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same ground
terminal. Looseness in the connection may deteriorate protection.
4. Outside of the unit, keep transmission wire at least 5 in.
away from power supply wire. The equipment may malfunction if subjected to electrical (external) noise.
5. For remote controller wire, refer to the “INSTALLATION
MANUAL OF REMOTE CONTROLLER” attached to the
remote controller.
9-2 WIRING EXAMPLE
• Fit the power supply wire of each unit with a switch and fuse
as shown in the drawing.
COMPLETE SYSTEM EXAMPLE
Power supply
Main
switch
Power supply wire
Outdoor unit
Transmission wire
Switch
Fuse
Indoor unit
Remote controller
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1. When using 1 remote controller for 1 indoor unit.
(Normal operation)
Power supply
208-230V
Decoration
panel
Outdoor unit
60Hz
Control box
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1 L2
(ii)
Protection net
Hook
(i)
(ii)
L1 L2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
Indoor unit
P1 P2
Remote controller
Hook
2. When using 2 remote controllers for 1 indoor unit.
(ii)
Power supply
208-230V
Outdoor unit
Control box
60Hz
(i)
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1 L2
L1 L2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
(iii)
Indoor unit
P1 P2
P1 P2
For use with 2 remote controllers
NOTE
1. All transmission wires except for remote controller wire are
polarized and must match the terminal symbol.
2. A single switch can be used to supply power to units on the
same system. However, branch switches and branch circuit
breakers must be selected carefully.
3. Do not ground the equipment on gas pipes, water pipes or
lightning rods, or crossground with telephones. Improper
grounding could result in electric shock.
Protection net
securing screws (M4)
Fig. 29
11. FIELD SETTING
Make sure the control box lids are closed on the indoor and
outdoor units, and turn on the power.
Field setting must be made from the remote controller in
accordance with the installation manual.
• Setting can be made by changing the “Mode No.”, “FIRST
CODE NO.”, and “SECOND CODE NO.”.
• For setting and operation, refer to the “FIELD SETTING” in
the installation manual of the remote controller.
11-1 Setting air filter sign
10. ATTACHING THE SUCTION GRILLE,
THE DECORATION PANELS AND THE
PROTECTION NET
Once wiring is complete, firmly attach the control box lid, the
suction grille, the decoration panels and the protection net in the
order opposite to detachment.
• Attaching the protection net
Attach the protection net from the way of the hook (i), fix 2
securing screws of the middle of the other side first (ii), then
fix the remaining securing screws (iii).
• Remote controllers are equipped with liquid crystal display
air filer signs to display the time to clean air filters.
• Change the SECOND CODE NO. according to “Table 5”
depending on the amount of dirt or dust in the room.
(SECOND CODE NO. is factory set to “01” for air filter contamination-light.)
Table 5
Setting
Spacing time of
Mode
display air filter sign
No.
(long life type)
Air filter contaminaApprox. 2500 hrs
tion-light
Air filter contaminaApprox. 1250 hrs
tion-heavy
FIRST SECOND
CODE
CODE
NO.
NO.
01
10 (20)
0
02
<When using wireless remote controllers>
• When using wireless remote controllers, wireless remote
controller address setting is necessary. Refer to the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller for
setting instructions.
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11-2 2 remote controllers control
(Controlling 1 indoor unit by 2 remote controllers)
• When using 2 remote controllers, one must be set to “MAIN”
and the other to “SUB”.
MAIN/SUB CHANGEOVER
(1) Insert a
screw driver into the recess between the upper and lower part of remote controller and, working from
the 2 positions, pry off the upper part.
The remote controller PC board is attached to the upper
part of remote controller. (Refer to Fig. 30)
(2) Turn the MAIN/SUB changeover switch on one of the 2
remote controllers PC boards to “S”. (Leave the switch of
the other remote controllers set to “M”.) (Refer to Fig. 31)
Upper part of
remote controller
Wire specification
Sheathed vinyl wire or cable (2 wires)
Gauge
AWG 18-16
Length
Max. 328 ft.
External terminal
Contact that can ensure the minimum applicable load of 15 V DC, 10 mA.
(2) Actuation
• The following table explains FORCED OFF and ON/OFF
OPERATIONS in response to Input A.
FORCED OFF
ON/OFF OPERATION
Input “ON” stops operation (impossible by
remote controllers.)
Input OFF → ON turns
ON unit.
Input OFF enables control by remote controller.
Input ON → OFF turns
OFF unit.
(3) How to select FORCED OFF and ON/OFF OPERATION
• Turn the power on and then use the remote controller to
select operation.
11-4 CENTRALIZED CONTROL
Lower part of
remote controller
Insert the screw driver
here and gently work
off the upper part of
remote controller.
Fig. 30
(Factory setting)
Only 1 remote
controller needs
to be changed if
factory settings
have remained
untouched.
• For centralized control, it is necessary to designate the group
No. For details, refer to the manual of each optional controllers for centralized control.
12. TEST OPERATION
S
M
Remote controller
PC board
S
M
Fig. 31
Wiring Method
(See “8. ELECTRIC WIRING WORK” and “9. WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET THE REMOTE CONTROLLER” on
page from 10 to 12.)
(3) Remove the control box lid.
(4) Add 2nd remote controller to the transmission terminal
block (P1, P2) in the control box. (There is no polarity.)
(Refer to Fig. 28 on page 11 and Table 4 on page 11)
11-3 COMPUTERISED CONTROL
(FORCED OFF AND ON/OFF OPERATION)
See “FIELD SETTING” on page 12 for local settings.
Refer to the section of “FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS,
TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND
CHECK AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.” on page 4.
• Make sure if the service lids are closed on the indoor and outdoor units.
• After finishing the construction of refrigerant pipe, drain pipe
and electric wire, conduct the check operation referring to the
installation manual of the outdoor unit.
• The operation lamp of the remote controller will flash when a
malfunction occurs. Check the malfunction code on the liquid
crystal display to identify the point of trouble. An explanation
of malfunction codes and the corresponding trouble is provided in the installation manual of the outdoor unit.
It any of the items in Table 6 are displayed, there may be a
problem with the wiring or power, so check the wiring again.
Table 6
Remote control display
“
” (under
centralized control) is lit up
• There is a short circuit at the
FORCED OFF terminals (T1, T2)
“U4” is lit up
“UF” is lit up
• The power on the outdoor unit is off.
• The outdoor unit has not been wired
for power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the transmission
wiring and / or FORCED OFF wiring.
• The transmission wiring is cut.
No display
• The power on the indoor unit is off.
• The indoor unit has not been wired
for power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the remote controller wiring, the transmission wiring
and / or the FORCED OFF wiring.
• The remote controller wiring is cut.
(1) Wire specifications and how to perform wiring
Connect the input from outside to terminals T1 and T2 of
the transmission terminal block.
F2
T1
T2
FORCED
OFF
Input A
Content
• If “U3” is lit up, the malfunction code shows the check operation has not been performed yet.
12-1 HOW TO DIAGNOSE FOR MALFUNCTION
With the power on, it is possible to monitor the type of malfunction by looking at the malfunction code displayed in
the remote controller.
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If nothing is displayed in the remote controller, check the following items before attempting a diagnosis based on the malfunction code, as they might be a cause.
• Disconnected or incorrect wiring (between power supply and
the outdoor unit, between the outdoor and indoor units, and
between the indoor unit and the remote controller)
• Burnt out indoor or outdoor unit fuse
• “
” will be displayed for a few seconds on the remote
controller immediately after the power is turned on.
This display indicates that the remote controller is being
checked to see whether it is ok or not, and does not indicate
a malfunction.
Diagnose with the display on the liquid crystal display
remote controller.
1. With the wired remote controller. (NOTE 1)
When the operation stops due to trouble, operation lamp
flashed, and “
” and the malfunction code are indicated
in the liquid crystal display. In such a case, diagnose the fault
contents by referring to the table on the malfunction code list
it case of group control, the unit No. is displayed so that the
indoor unit No. with the trouble can be recognized. (NOTE 2).
2. With the wireless remote controller.
(Refer also to the operation manual attached to the wireless
remote controller)
When the operation stops due to trouble. the display on the
indoor unit flashes. In such a case, diagnose the fault contents with the table on the malfunction code list looking for
the malfunction code which can be found by following procedures. (NOTE 2)
(1) Press the INSPECTION /TEST OPERATION button,
“
” is displayed and “ 0 ” flashes.
(2) Press the PROGRAMMING TIME button and find the
unit No. which stopped due to trouble.
Number of beeps
3 short beeps Perform all the following
operations
1 short beep Perform (3) and (6)
1 long beep
No trouble
(3) Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button and
upper figure of the malfunction code flashes.
(4) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes 2 short beeps and find the upper code.
(5) Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button and
lower figure of the malfunction code flashes.
(6) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes a long beep and find the lower code.
• A long beep indicate the malfunction code.
NOTE
1. In case wired remote controller. Press the INSPECTION /
TEST OPERATION button on remote controller, “
“
starts flashing.
2. Keep down the ON/OFF button for 5 seconds or longer in
the inspection mode and the above trouble history disappears, after the trouble code goes on and off twice, followed
by the code “
”(normal).
The display changes from the inspection mode to the normal mode.
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Order
Operation
(1)
Open gas side stop valve.
(2)
Open liquid side stop valve.
(3)
Electrify crank case heater for 6 hours.
(4)
Set to cooling with the remote controller and push “ ON/OFF ”
button to start operation.
(5)
TEST ”button twice and operate in TEST OPERAPush“
TION MODE for 3 minutes.
(6)
Push“
SWING ”button and confirm its operation.
(7)
Push“
TEST ”button and operate normally.
(8)
Confirm its function according to the operation manual.
12-2 MALFUNCTION CODE
• For places where the malfunction code is left blank, the “
”
indication is not displayed. Though the system continues
operating, be sure to inspect the system and make repairs as
necessary.
• Depending on the type of indoor or outdoor unit, the malfunction code may or may not be displayed.
Code
Malfunction/Remarks
A1
Indoor unit's PC board faulty
A3
Condensate level abnormal
A6
Indoor fan motor overloaded, overcurrent or locked.
A7
Air flow direction adjust motor is fault.
A9
Drive for electronic expansion valve is fault.
AJ
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing programmed in the data hold IC.
C4
Sensor R2T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
C5
Sensor R3T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
Type set improper
C9
Sensor R1T for suction air temperature is fault.
Sensor for remote controller is fault.
CJ
The remote controller thermistor does not function, but
the system thermo run is possible.
E3
High pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
E4
Low pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
E5
Compressor motor lock malfunction
E7
Outdoor fan motor lock malfunction
Outdoor fan instantaneous overcurrent malfunction
E9
Electronic expansion valve faulty (outdoor unit)
F3
Discharge pipe temperature abnormal (outdoor unit)
F6
The refrigerant is overcharged.
H9
Outdoor air thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J3
Discharge pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J5
Suction pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J6
Heat exchanger thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J9
Sensor for heat exchanger is fault.
JA
Sensor for high pressure is fault.
JC
Sensor for low pressure is fault.
L4
Overheated heat-radiating fin (outdoor)
Inverter cooling defect.
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Instantaneous overcurrent (outdoor)
L5
Possible earth fault or short circuit in the compressor
motor.
Electric thermal (outdoor)
L8
L9
Possible electrical overload in the compressor or cut
line in the compressor motor.
Stall prevention (outdoor)
Compressor possibly locked.
LC
Transmission malfunction between the outdoor control
units' inverters (outdoor)
P1
Open-phase (outdoor)
P3
PC board temperature sensor malfunction (outdoor)
P4
Heat-radiating fin temperature sensor malfunction
(outdoor)
Type set improper (outdoor unit)
PJ
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing
programmed in the data hold IC.
U0
Suction pipe temperature abnormal
U2
U3
Power source voltage malfunction
Includes the defect in K1M.
The check operation has not performed.
Transmission error (indoor unit - outdoor unit)
U4
UF
U9
Miswiring between indoor and outdoor units or malfunction of the PC board mounted on the indoor and the
outdoor units.
If UF is shown, the wire between the indoor and outdoor
units is not properly wired. Therefore, immediately
disconnect the power supply and correct the wire. (The
compressor and the fan mounted on the outdoor unit
may start operation independent of the remote controller
operation.) The power is not supplied to outdoor unit.
Same transmission for in / outdoor unit is fault.
Miss setting for multi system
UA
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Setting is wrong for selector switch of multi-system. (see
switch SS2 on the main unit's PC board)
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FHQ36MVJU / FHQ42MVJU
SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioners
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS ..........................................2
BEFORE INSTALLATION.................................................3
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE ..................................4
PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION........................ 5
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION........................................6
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK ......................................7
DRAIN PIPING WORK.....................................................9
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK...........................................10
WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET THE REMOTE
CONTROLLER...............................................................10
10. ATTACHING THE SUCTION GRILLE, THE DECORATION
PANELS AND THE PROTECTION NET ........................12
11. FIELD SETTING ............................................................12
12. TEST OPERATION ........................................................13
1.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS” carefully
before installing air conditioning equipment and be sure to
install it correctly. After completing the installation, make sure
that the unit operates properly during the start-up operation.
Please instruct the customer on how to operate the unit and
keep it maintained.
Also, inform customers that they should store this installation
manual along with the operation manual for future reference.
This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not
accessible to the general public”.
Meaning of danger, warning, caution and note symbols.
DANGER ...............Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING .............Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
CAUTION ...............Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury. It may also be
sued to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTE .....................Indicates situation that may result in
equipment or property-damage-only
accidents.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or
lightning rods because incomplete grounding could
cause a severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or
death, and to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in
an explosion which could lead to severe injury or death.
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials
are present due to risk of explosion resulting in serious
injury or death.
Installation manual
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and displaces oxygen.
A massive leak could lead to oxygen depletion, especially in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could
occur leading to serious injury or death.
• If the refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate
the area immediately.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the
refrigerant gas does not leak.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden
parts, may cause stabs or other injuries. Tear apart and
throw away plastic packaging bags so that children will not
play with them. Children playing with plastic bags face the
danger of death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out
installation work. Do not try to install the air conditioner
by yourself.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Perform installation work in accordance with this installation manual.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shocks or fire.
• Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts
for installation work.
Failure to use the specified parts may result in water leakage,
electric shocks, fire or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough
to withstand the weight of the unit.
A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injuries.
• Carry out the specified installation work after considering strong winds, typhoons or earthquakes.
Improper installation work may result in the equipment falling
and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried
out by qualified personnel according to local laws and
regulations and this installation manual.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical
construction may lead to electric shocks or fire.
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires
are used, and no external forces act on the terminal connections or wires.
Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
• When wiring the power supply and connecting the remote
controller wire and transmission wire, position the wires
so that the control box lid can be securely fastened.
Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in electric shocks, fire or the terminals overheating.
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• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers.
Touching a switch with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker.
Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks, or fire.
• Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations :
(a) where a mineral oil mist or an oil spray or vapor is produced, for example in a kitchen.
Plastic parts may deteriorate and fall off or result in
water leakage.
(b) where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is produced.
Corroding copper pipes or soldered parts may result in
refrigerant leakage.
(c) near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of the
control system and result in a malfunction of the equipment.
• Refrigerant pipes may be very hot or very cold during or
immediately after operation.
Touching them could result in burns or frostbite. To avoid
injury give the pipes time to return to normal temperature or,
if you must touch them, be sure to wear proper gloves.
CAUTION
• Install drain pipe in order to ensure proper drainage and
do the thermal insulation of the pipe in order to prevent
condensate.
Improper drain pipe may result in water leakage and property
damage.
• Be very careful about product transportation.
Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any
PP bands for a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden
parts, may cause stabs or other injuries.
Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that
children will not play with them. If children play with a plastic
bag which was not torn apart, they face the risk of suffocation.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping
operation.
Always wait at least 5 minutes before turning off the power.
Otherwise, water leakage and trouble may occur.
• Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to
prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by
small animals.
Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause
malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please instruct the customer to
keep the area around the unit clean.
NOTE
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wire
and transmission wire at least 3.5 ft. away from televisions
or radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5 ft. may not
be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
• Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance
can result shorter than expected in rooms with electronic fluorescent lamps. (inverter or rapid start types)
Install the indoor unit as far away from fluorescent lamps as
possible.
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• In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
• Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil
and eventual other parts, should be done in accordance
with the relevant local and national regulations.
2.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
• When moving the unit while removing it from the packing case, be sure to lift it by the four hanger brackets.
Avoid putting any pressure on other parts especially the
refrigerant piping.
• Be sure to check the type of refrigerant to be used before
installing the unit. (Using an incorrect refrigerant will prevent
normal operation of the unit.)
• The accessories needed for installation must be retained in
your custody until the installation work is completed. Do not
discard them!
• Decide upon a line of transport.
• Leave the unit inside its packaging while moving, until reaching the installation site. Where unpacking is unavoidable, use
a sling of soft material or protective plates together with a
rope when lifting, to avoid damage or scratches to the unit.
• When selecting installation site, refer to the paper pattern.
• For the installation of an outdoor unit, refer to the installation
manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• Do not install or operate the unit in rooms mentioned below.
• Laden with mineral oil, or filled with oil vapor or spray
like in kitchens. (Plastic parts may deteriorate which
could eventually cause the unit to fall out of place, or
could lead to leaks.)
• Where corrosive gas like sulfurous gas exists.
(Copper tubing and brazed spots may corrode which
could eventually lead to refrigerant leaks.)
• Where machines can generate electromagnetic
waves. (Control system may malfunction.)
• Where the air contains high levels of salt such as that
near the ocean and where voltage fluctuates greatly
such as that in factories. Also in vehicles or vessels.
• This unit, both indoor and outdoor, is suitable for installation
in a commercial and light industrial environment.
If installed as a household appliance it could cause electromagnetic interference.
WARNING
• Entrust installation to the place of purchase or a qualified
person. Improper installation could lead to leak and, in worse
cases, electric shock of fire.
• Use of unspecified parts could lead to the unit falling, leaks
and, in worse cases, electric shock or fire.
NOTE
• Be sure to read this manual before installing the indoor unit.
• Be sure to mount an air filter (part to be procured in the field) in
the suction air passage in order to prevent water leaking, etc.
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2-1 ACCESSORIES
Check the following accessories are included with your unit.
Name
(1) Drain pipe
Quantity
1 pc.
(2) Metal
clamp
(3) Washer for
hanger bracket
(4) Clamp
8 pcs.
9 pcs.
1 pc.
Shape
Is the unit safely grounded?
It may result in electric shock.
Is wiring size according to
specifications?
The unit may malfunction or
the components burn out.
Is something blocking the air
outlet or inlet of either the
indoor or outdoor units?
It may result in insufficient
cooling.
Are refrigerant piping length
and additional refrigerant
charge noted down?
The refrigerant charge in the
system is not clear.
b. Items to be checked at time of delivery
Name
(5) Paper pattern
for installation
Insulation pipe
cover
Sealing pad
Quantity
1 pc.
1 each
1 each
(6) For gas pipe
(8) Large
(7) For liquid pipe
(9) Small
∗ Also review the “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS”
Items to be checked
Check
Did you explain about operations while showing the operation manual to your customer?
Did you hand the instruction manual over to your customer?
Shape
2-3 NOTE TO THE INSTALLER
Name
(10) Resin bush
Quantity
1 pc.
(11) Insulating
tube
3 pcs.
For wire
(Other)
• Operation manual
• Installation manual
Shape
2-2 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• The remote controller are required for this indoor unit in Table 1.
• These are 2 types of remote controllers : wired and wireless.
Select a remote controller according to customer request
and install in an appropriate place.
Table 1
Remote controller
Wired type
BRC1C71
Wireless type
BRC7E83
NOTE
• If you wish to use a remote controller that is not listed in “Table
1” on page 4, select a suitable remote controller after consulting catalogs and technical materials.
FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, TAKE SPECIAL
CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND CHECK
AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.
If not properly done, what is
likely to occur
Are the indoor and outdoor
unit fixed firmly?
The units may drop, vibrate or
make noise.
Is the gas leak test finished?
It may result in insufficient
cooling.
Is the unit fully insulated?
Condensate water may drip.
3.
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE
Please attach additional insulation pipe cover to the unit body
when it is believed that the relative humidity in the ceiling
exceeds 80%. Use glass wool, polyethylene foam, or similar
with a thickness of 3/8 in.. or more as insulation pipe cover.
(1) Select an installation site where the following conditions
are fulfilled and that meets your customer’s approval.
• Where optimum air distribution can be ensured.
• Where nothing blocks air passage.
• Where condensate can be properly drained.
• Where the ceiling is strong enough to bear the indoor unit
weight.
• Where the false ceiling is not noticeably on an incline.
• Where sufficient clearance for maintenance and service
can be ensured.
DANGER
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to the risk explosion resulting in serious injury or
death.
WARNING
a. Items to be checked after completion of work
Items to be checked
Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the unit
(especially cleaning filters, operating different functions, and
adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out operations
themselves while looking at the manual.
Check
• If the supporting structural members are not strong enough
to take the unit's weight, the unit could fall out of place and
cause serious injury.
NOTE
• When a margin is in the space of the ∗ section, service and
maintenance work will become still easier if it vacates 7 7/8 in.
or more.
Does drainage flow smoothly? Condensate water may drip.
Does the power supply voltage correspond to that
shown on the name plate?
The unit may malfunction or
the components burn out.
Are wiring and piping correct?
The unit may malfunction or
the components burn out.
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∗
1 3/16 or more
∗
1 3/16 or more
(2) Make holes for suspension bolts, refrigerant and drain
pipe, and wire.
• Refer to the paper pattern for installation.
• Select the location for each of holes and open the holes in
the ceiling.
(3) Remove the parts from the indoor unit.
(3-1) Detach the suction grille.
Required service
space
Air inlet
• Slide the locking knobs (×2) on the suction grille inward
(direction of arrows) and lift upwards. (Refer to Fig. 1)
• With the suction grille open, remove the suction grille forward, holding on to the rear tabs (×2) on the suction grille.
(Refer to Fig. 2)
12 or more
Air outlet
Obstruction
Floor
(Length : in.)
• Where pipe between indoor and outdoor units is possible
within the allowable limit.
(Refer to the installation manual for the outdoor unit.)
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power wire and connecting wires at least 3.5 ft. away from televisions or
radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5 ft. may
not be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
Knob
Suction grille
Fig. 1
Tab
Suction grille
(2) Use suspension bolts for installation. Check whether
the ceiling is strong enough to support the weight of
the unit or not. If there is a risk, reinforce the ceiling
before installing the unit.
(Installation pitch is marked on the paper pattern for installation. Refer to it to check for points requiring reinforcing.)
(3) This product may be installed on ceilings up to 10.6 ft.
from the floor.
(4) A direction of installation.
• Refrigerant piping : the rear side, right side or upper part.
• Wiring : only the rear side.
• Drain piping : the rear right side or the right side.
(As the rear left, installation is impossible.)
4.
Fig. 2
(3-2) Remove the decoration panels (left and right) and the pro-
tection net.
• After removing the securing screws for the decoration
panels (one each), pull them forward (in the direction of
the arrow) and remove them. (Refer to Fig. 3)
• Remove the securing screws for the protection net.
(Refer to Fig. 3)
Protection net
securing screws (M4)
Decoration panel
securing screws (M4)
PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION
(1) Relation of holes for indoor unit, suspension bolt position, piping and wiring.
26 3/4 (Indoor unit)
10 1/4
(Suspension
bolt pitch)
8 1/4
22
25 3/4
27 11/16
62 5/8 (Indoor unit)
61 (Suspension bolt pitch)
27 3/16
24 5/8
Conduit
hole
Drain pipe hole
Decoration
panel
Decoration panel
Fig. 3
• Raise one side of the protection net upwards (in the direction of the arrow (i)) and remove back (the arrow (ii)).
(Refer to Fig. 4, 5)
• Take out the accessories.
6 1/4
7 1/4
Front view
Decoration panel
securing screw
(M4)
6
5 5/8
3 3/4
6 1/4
Wiring hole Rear side pipe hole
26 1/8
(ii)
Accessories
False ceiling view
Protection net
Top gas pipe hole
(i)
Suspension bolt (× 4)
Decoration
panel
Top liquid pipe hole
Air outlet
(length : in.)
Decoration panel
Fig. 4
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NOTE
(ii)
If it raises too much,
a hook stops catching
and falling out.
Protection net
(i)
Hook
• Use a hole-in anchor for existing ceilings, and a sunken insert,
sunken anchor or other field supplied parts for new ceilings to
reinforce the ceiling to bear the weight of the unit. Adjust clearance from the ceiling before proceeding further.
Ceiling slab
Anchor
1–2 3/16
Fig. 5
(3-3) Remove the rear metal plate for transmission wire, remote
controller wire and refrigerant pipe.
• It is necessary to drill the knock out hole in the removable
part. Knock down several times with a punch and hammer and remove the removable part with pliers.
• When setting the refrigerant pipe to the rear side, remove
the securing screws and the metal plate. (Refer to Fig. 6).
After removing, attach the resin bush
(Refer to Fig. 25)
Removable part
(metal plate)
Suspension bolt
False ceiling
All the above parts are field supplied. (Length : in.)
Fig. 9
5.
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION
It may be easier to attach accessory parts before installing
the indoor unit. Therefore, please also read the instruction
manuals which are provided with the accessory parts.
If setting the drain pipe to the
right side, block up the hole for
drain pipe with pate etc.
Metal plate
securing
screw (M4)
As for the parts to be used for installation work, be sure to use
the provided accessories and specified parts designated by our
company.
(1) Secure the hanger brackets to the suspension bolts.
(Refer to Fig. 10)
NOTE
If setting the refrigerant pipe to
the rear side, remove this metal plate.
• To ensure they are safely secured, use the included washers,
and secure them with double nuts to make sure.
Fig. 6
(3-4) Remove the hanger brackets.
• Loosen the 2 bolts (M8) used to attach the hanger brackets which are on each side (4 places left and right) to
within 3/8 in.. (Refer to Fig. 7, 8)
• After removing the securing screws (M5) for the hanger
brackets which are on the rear side, pull the hanger
brackets back (in the direction of the arrow), and remove
them. (Refer to Fig. 8)
(2) Lift the indoor unit’s main body, insert the bolts (M8) for
the hanger brackets into the attachment part on the
hanger brackets, while sliding the main body from the
front. (Refer to Fig. 11)
(3) Fasten the bolts for the hanger brackets (M8) securely
in 4 places, left and right. (Refer to Fig. 11)
(4) Replace the screws for the hanger brackets which had
been removed (M5) securely in 2 places left and right.
This is necessary to prevent any forward and back slide
in the main body of the indoor unit. (Refer to Fig. 11)
Length of loosening
should be less than 3/8
Indoor unit
Nut (Field supplied)
3/8 or less
Fig. 7
Washer (3) (attached)
Hanger bracket
(Length : in.)
Double nuts
(Field supplied)
Hanger bracket
Hanger bracket
fixing screw (M5)
Fig. 10
Hanger bracket
Hanger bracket
setting bolt (M8)
Hanger bracket
Fig. 8
(4) Attach the suspension bolts. (Use suspension bolts
which are W3/8 or M8-M10 in size.)
• Adjust the distance of the suspension bolts from the ceiling in
advance. (Refer to Fig. 9)
Hanger bracket
setting bolt (M8)
Attachment
part
Hanger bracket
fixing screw (M5)
Fig. 11
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(5) When hanging the indoor unit main body, be sure to
use a level or a plastic tube with water in it to make sure
the drain piping is set either level or slightly tilted, in
order to ensure proper drainage. (Refer to Fig. 12)
A
1˚ or less
B
1˚ or less
A.B
1˚ or less
• Before refrigerant pipe work, check which type of refrigerant is used.
Proper operation is not possible if the types of refrigerant are not the same.
6-2 CONNECTING THE REFRIGERANT PIPE
• The outdoor unit is charged with refrigerant.
• Use copper alloy seamless pipes.
• Be sure to use both a spanner and torque wrench together,
as shown in the drawing, when connecting or disconnecting
pipes to/from the unit. (Refer to Fig. 13)
• Refer to “Table 2” to determine the proper tightening torque.
• Refer to “Table 2” for the dimensions of flare shape.
• When connecting the flare nut, coat the flare section with
ester oil or ether oil, rotate three or four times first, then
screw in. (Refer to Fig. 14)
Torque wrench
Pipe union
Fig. 12
A.When the drain piping is tilted to the right, or to the right
and back.
Place it level, or tilt it slightly to the right or the back. (1° or less.)
B.When the drain piping is tilted to the left, or to the left and
back.
Place it level, or tilt it slightly to the left or the back. (1° or less.)
Flare nut
Spanner
Fig. 13
CAUTION
CAUTION
• Setting the unit at an angle opposite to the drain piping might
cause a water leakage.
6.
• Be careful for oil not to adhere to any portions other than a
flare part. If oil adhere to resin parts etc., there is a possibility of damaging by deterioration.
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK
Ester oil or ether oil.
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could cause severe injury or death.
Fig. 14
NOTE
• Use the flare nut included with the unit main body.
Table 2
φ5/8
24.1-29.4
45.6-55.6
0.504-0.520
0.760-0.776
45˚±
φ3/8
Flare shape (in.)
2˚
Pipe size Tightening torque Flare dimensions A
(in.)
(ft. lbf)
(in.)
R0.016-0.031
A
• Use a pipe cutter and flare suitable for the type of refrigerant.
• To prevent dust, moisture or other foreign matter from infiltrating the tube, either pinch the end or cover it with tape.
• Do not allow anything other than the designated refrigerant to get mixed into the refrigerant circuit, such as air,
etc. If any refrigerant gas leaks while working on the
unit, ventilate the room thoroughly right away.
90˚± 2˚
CAUTION
6-1 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• For refrigerant pipe of outdoor units, see the installation
manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• Execute thermal insulation work completely on both
sides of the gas pipe and the liquid pipeORWATEROR
water leakage can result.
("ESURETOUSEINSULATIONTHATISDESIGNEDFORUSE
WITH(6!#3YSTEMS.)
• Also, in cases where the temperature and humidity of
the refrigerant pipe sections might exceed 86ºF or RH
80%, reinforce the thermal insulation. (3/4 in. or thicker)
Condensate may form on the surface of the insulation
pipe cover.
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CAUTION
• Overtightening may damage the flare and cause a refrigerant
leakage
Not recommended but in case of emergency
You must use a torque wrench, but if you are obliged to install
the unit without a torque wrench, you may follow the installation method mentioned below.
When you keep on tightening the flare nut with a spanner,
there is a point where the tightening torque suddenly
increases. From that position, further tighten the flare nut
the angle shown below :
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Table 3
Pipe size
Recommended arm length of tool
Further tightening angle
(in.)
(in.)
φ3/8
60 to 90 degrees
Approx. 7 7/8
φ5/8
30 to 60 degrees
Approx. 11 13/16
After the work is finished, make sure to check that there
is no gas leak.
Procedure for thermal insulation of gas-side pipe
Insulation pipe cover
for gas pipe (6)
Flare nut connection
Insulation pipe
cover (main unit)
Orient so that the end of
the wrapped insulation
Attach to base
pipe cover is facing up
Wind around the
pipe, beginning at
the base.
Small sealing
pad (9)
Main unit
Insulation pipe cover
(Locally procured)
6-3 BRAZING REFRIGERANT PIPING
CAUTION
Insulation pipe cover for gas pipe (6)
CAUTION TO BE TAKEN WHEN BRAZING REFRIGERANT
PIPING
“Do not use flux when brazing refrigerant pipe. Therefore, use
the phosphor copper brazing filler metal (BCuP) which does not
require flux.”
(Flux has an extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping systems. For instance, if chlorine based flux is used, it will cause
pipe corrosion. If the flux contains fluorine, it will damage the
refrigerant oil.)
• Before brazing local refrigerant pipe, nitrogen gas shall be
blown through the pipe to expel air from the pipe.
If you brazing is done without nitrogen gas blowing, a large
amount of oxide film develops inside the pipe, and could
cause system malfunction.
• When brazing the refrigerant pipe, only begin brazing after
having carried out nitrogen substitution or while inserting
nitrogen into the refrigerant pipe. Once this is done, connect
the indoor unit with a flared or a flanged connection.
• Nitrogen should be set to 2.9 psi with a pressure-reducing
valve if brazing while inserting nitrogen into the pipe.
(Refer to Fig. 15)
Refrigerant pipe
Clamp (4)
Part to be
brazed
Taping
hands valve
Pressure-reducing
valve
Nitrogen
Fig. 15
Nitrogen
DANGER
• Use of oxygen may cause an explosion resulting in serious
injury or death. Only use nitrogen gas.
CAUTION
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Insulation pipe cover for liquid pipe (7)
Clamp (4) (× 4)
Attach to the bottom
(For both gas pipe and liquid pipe)
Procedure for thermal insulation of liquid-side pipe
Insulation pipe cover for
liquid pipe (7)
Flare nut connection
Orient so that the end of
the wrapped insulation
material is facing up
Insulation pipe cover
(Locally procured)
Insulation pipe cover (main unit)
Attach to base
Main unit
Clamp (4)
Fig. 16
(1) For piping facing back.
• Remove the rear metal plate for pipe. (Refer to Fig. 17)
• The figure of the direction of back shows when both the piping and drain pipe are set backward.
When setting the piping to face up or right, attach the rear
metal plate for refrigerant pipe and plug a hole for drain pipe.
(See “4 PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION” (3-3) on
page 6)
(2) For piping facing up.
• When setting the piping to face up, the L-shaped branch pipe
kit sold separately is required.
• Removing the top penetration lid and use the L-shaped branch
pipe kit sold separately to set the pipe. (Refer to Fig. 18, 19)
(3) For piping facing right.
• Cut out a slit hole on the decoration panel (right) and set the
pipe. (Refer to Fig. 17)
• Be sure to insulate any field piping all the way to the piping
connection inside the unit. Any exposed piping may cause
condensate or a burn if touched.
6-4 PIPING INSULATION
• Make absolutely sure to execute thermal insulation works on
the pipe-connecting section after checking gas leakage by
thoroughly studying the following figure and using the insulation pipe cover (6) and (7). (Fasten both ends with the clamps
(4).) (Refer to Fig. 16)
• Wrap the small sealing pad (9) only around the insulation for
the joints on the gas piping side. (Refer to Fig. 16)
Right-facing
refrigerant
piping
Rear-facing
refrigerant pipe
Rear right-facing
drain pipe
Right-facing drain pipe
Decoration panel (right) removable part
If only setting the drain pipe to
face right, cut this section only.
Fig. 17
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Good
Top plate
Tilt down
Wrong
Do not lift Make sure there
is no slack
Make sure it is
not in the water
Top penetration lid
This hole not using it.
Cut out
Fig. 18 (A figure from an inside bottom)
Fig. 21
CAUTION
• Water accumulating in the drain piping can cause the drain to
clog.
Upward-facing
refrigerant pipe
L-shaped branch pipe
kit (Optional accessories)
Fig. 19
Thermistor lead line
Top penetration
lid clamp section
• Be sure to use the drain pipe (1) and metal clamp (2).
Also, insert the drain pipe completely into the drain socket, and
securely attach the metal clamp bracket inside the gray tape
area on the inserted tip of the drain pipe. (Refer to Fig. 22)
Screw the screws on the metal clamp bracket until there is 5/
32 in. left. (Pay attention to the direction of the attachment to
prevent the metal clamp bracket from coming into contact
with the suction grille.) (Refer to Fig. 23)
Swing motor
lead line
Metal clamp (2)
Taping area (Gray)
Fig. 22
Drain pipe (1)
5/32 or less
Large sealing pad (8)
Fig. 20 (A figure from an inside bottom)
• When piping is complete, cut the removed penetration lid into
the shape of the pipe using scissors and attach.
As when before removing the top penetration lid, secure the
lead lines for the swing motor and thermistor by passing them
through the clamp section on the top penetration lid.
(Refer to Fig. 18, 20)
• When doing this, block any gaps between the pipe penetration lid and the pipes using putty to prevent dust from entering the indoor unit.
7.
DRAIN PIPING WORK
(1) Carry out the drain piping.
• Make sure piping provides proper drainage.
• You can select whether to bring the drain piping out from the
rear right or right. For rear right-facing and right-facing situations, refer to “6. REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK” on page 7.
• Make sure the pipe diameter is the same or bigger than the
branch piping. (vinyl-chloride piping, nominal diameter 1 in.,
external diameter 1 1/4 in.)
• Make sure the piping is short, has at least a 1/100 slope, and
can prevent air pockets from forming. (Refer to Fig. 21)
• Do not allow any slack to gather in the drain pipe inside the
indoor unit.
(Slack in the drain pipe can cause the suction grille to break.)
Metal clamp (2)
< Facing rear right or right >
Fig. 23
(Length : in.)
• Insulate the metal clamp bracket and drain pipe from the bottom using the large sealing pad (8). (Refer to Fig. 23)
• Be sure to insulate all drain piping running indoors.
(2) Check to make sure the water flows smoothly after piping is complete.
• Slowly pour 600 ml of drain-checking water into the drain pan
through the air outlet.
Plastic container for pouring
Air outlet
Make sure not to splash the water.
Fig. 24
CAUTION
• Drain piping connections :
Do not connect the drain piping directly to sewage pipes that
smell of ammonia. The ammonia in the sewage might enter
the indoor unit through the drain pipes and corrode the heat
exchanger.
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• Keep in mind that it will become the cause of getting drain
pipe blocked if water collects on drain pipe.
8.
CAUTION
8-1 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• All field supplied parts and materials and electric works must
conform to local codes.
• Use copper wire only.
• For electric wiring work, refer to also “Wiring diagram label”
attached to the control box lid.
• For remote controller wiring details, refer to the installation
manual attached to the remote controller.
• All wires must be performed by an authorized electrician.
• An earth leakage circuit breaker capable of shutting down
power supply to the entire system must be installed.
• Refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit
for the size of power supply wiring connected to the outdoor
unit, the capacity of the circuit breaker and switch, and wiring
instructions.
• Be sure to ground the air conditioner.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or lightning rods because incomplete grounding could cause a
severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death, and
to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in an explosion
which could lead to severe injury or death.
8-2 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Model
Hz
Volts
Voltage
range
WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET
THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
9-1 HOW TO CONNECT WIRES
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
Units
9.
Power supply
Fan motor
MCA MFA
W
• Even if the control box lid is removed, pull the remote controller wire, transmission wire and the power supply wire inside
the unit using conduits for each, so that the wires do not come
into contact with the opening section of the metal casing.
• Pass conduits through the wall and secure along with the
refrigerant pipe in order to prevent external pressure being
applied to transmission wire and power supply wire.
• To avoid short circuits in the electric parts box, be sure to apply
the sealing material or putty (not included) to the wiring hole to
prevent the infiltration of water, insects or other small creatures.
• Arrange the wires and fix a lid firmly so that the lid does not
float during wiring work.
• Do not clamp remote controller wire and transmission wire
together with power supply wire. Doing so may cause malfunction.
• Remote controller wire, transmission wire and power supply
wire should be located at least 5 in. from other electric wires.
Not following this guideline may result in malfunction due to
electrical noise.
<Method of wiring power supply, units and connecting remote controller wiring> (Refer to Fig. 26)
• Attaching the resin bush
Attach the resin bush (10) for remote controller wiring.
• Installation of conduit
Insert the conduit for power supply wire in the conduit hole,
and fix it with the lock nut.
FLA
FHQ24MVJU
1.3
15
130
1.0
FHQ30MVJU
Max. 253V
60 208-230V
Min. 187V
FHQ36MVJU
1.3
15
130
1.0
1.4
15
130
1.1
FHQ42MVJU
1.4
15
130
1.1
Lock nut
Conduit hole
MCA : Min. Circuit Amps (A);
MFA : Max. Fuse Amps (A)
W: Fan Motor Rated Output (W); FLA : Full Load Amps (A)
8-3 SPECIFICATIONS FOR FIELD SUPPLIED FUSES
AND WIRES
Power supply wiring
Model
Field fuses
Size
Remote controller wiring
Transmission wiring
Wire
Size
FHQ24MVJU
FHQ30MVJU
FHQ36MVJU
15A
Wire size must
Sheathed wire
AWG 18-16
comply with
(2 wires)
local codes.
FHQ42MVJU
Allowable length of transmission wire between indoor/outdoor
units and between the indoor unit and the remote controller wire
are as follows.
(1) Outdoor unit – Indoor unit : Max. 3280 ft.
(2) Indoor unit – Remote controller : Max. 1640 ft.
Conduit
Resin bush (10)
Fig. 25
• Power supply wire
Holding the control box lid, loosen the 2 securing screws,
remove the control box lid, match up the phases on the power
supply terminal block inside (2P), and make the connections.
After this is done, use the attached clamp (4) to bind wire
between units to the anchor point. (Refer to Fig. 27)
• Remote controller wire and transmission wire
Holding the control box lid, loosen the 2 securing screws,
remove the control box lid.
Thread the remote controller wire and transmission wire
through the insulating tube (11) and secure with the clamp
(4), and cut off the insulating tube (11) to suitable length. Pull
the wires inside through resin bush and connect the wires to
the transmission terminal block (6P) inside the control box.
After connecting, use the clamp (4) to bind the remote controller wire together with the transmission wire to the anchor.
(Refer to Fig. 26, 27, 28)
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Refer to Fig. 27
Power supply
Remote controller wire
terminal block (2P)
Transmission
and transmission wire
Control box terminal block (6P)
Ground terminal
Power supply wire
• Use the specified electric wire. Connect the wire securely to
the terminal. Lock the wire down without applying excessive
force to the terminal. (Tightening torque: 0.97 ft lbf ±10%)
Attach insulation sleeve
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Drain pipe
Clamp (4)
Insulating tube (11)
L1
L2
POWER SUPPLY
power supply
How to connect power supply
terminal block (2P)
Fig. 26
Clamp (4)
Ground wire
Fastener
After securing the
cramp material
to the bracket,
cut off any extra
material.
Power supply wire
Clamp (4)
Remote controller wire and
transmission wire
Fastener
Fig. 27
Transmission
terminal block (6P)
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
REMOTE
CNTRL
TRANSMISSION
WIRING
Connect wires of the
same gauge to both side.
Conduit
Corking or Putty
Resin bush (10)
Control box
lid securing screw (2pcs.)
Control box lid
FORCED
OFF
Clamp (4)
Insulating
tube (11)
1 in.
Transmission wire
Fig. 28
Remote controller wire
• In the insulating tube (11), it can let the remote controller wire
and transmission wire pass to 2.
Electric wire
Round crimp-style terminal
2. Tightening torque for the terminal screws.
• Use the correct screwdriver for tightening the terminal
screws. If the blade of screwdriver is too small, the head
of the screw might be damaged, and the screw will not be
properly tightened.
• If the terminal screws are tightened too hard, screws
might be damaged.
• Refer to the table below for the tightening torque of the
terminal screws.
Table 4
Terminal
Size
Tightening torque
(ft-lbf)
Transmission terminal block (6P)
M3.5
0.58 – 0.72
Power supply terminal block (2P)
M4
0.87 – 1.06
Ground terminal
M4
0.87 – 1.06
3. Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same ground
terminal. Looseness in the connection may deteriorate protection.
4. Outside of the unit, keep transmission wire at least 5 in.
away from power supply wire. The equipment may malfunction if subjected to electrical (external) noise.
5. For remote controller wire, refer to the “INSTALLATION
MANUAL OF REMOTE CONTROLLER” attached to the
remote controller.
9-2 WIRING EXAMPLE
• Fit the power supply wire of each unit with a switch and fuse
as shown in the drawing.
COMPLETE SYSTEM EXAMPLE
WARNING
• Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal block for
remote controller wiring as this could damage the entire system.
• Use only specified wire and connect wires to the terminal
tightly. Be careful wires do not place external stress on terminals. Keep wires in neat order so as to not obstruct other
equipment. Make sure that the electric box lid fits tightly.
Incomplete connections could result in overheating and, in
worse case, result in electric shock or fire.
NOTE
1. Use round crimp-style terminals for connecting wires to the
power supply terminal block.
If unavailable, observe the following points when wiring.
• Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same
power supply terminal.
(Looseness in the connection may cause overheating.)
Power supply
Main
switch
Power supply wire
Outdoor unit
Transmission wire
Switch
Fuse
Indoor unit
Remote controller
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1. When using 1 remote controller for 1 indoor unit.
(Normal operation)
Power supply
208-230V
Decoration
panel
Outdoor unit
60Hz
Control box
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F 1 F2
L1 L2
(ii)
Protection net
Hook
(i)
(ii)
L1 L2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
Indoor unit
P 1 P2
Remote controller
Hook
2. When using 2 remote controllers for 1 indoor unit.
(ii)
Power supply
208-230V
Outdoor unit
Control box
60Hz
(i)
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1 L2
L1 L2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
Indoor unit
(iii)
P1 P2
P1 P2
For use with 2 remote controllers
NOTE
1. All transmission wires except for remote controller wire are
polarized and must match the terminal symbol.
2. A single switch can be used to supply power to units on the
same system. However, branch switches and branch circuit
breakers must be selected carefully.
3. Do not ground the equipment on gas pipes, water pipes or
lightning rods, or crossground with telephones. Improper
grounding could result in electric shock.
Protection net
securing screws (M4)
Fig. 29
11. FIELD SETTING
Make sure the control box lids are closed on the indoor and
outdoor units, and turn on the power.
Field setting must be made from the remote controller in
accordance with the installation manual.
• Setting can be made by changing the “Mode No.”, “FIRST
CODE NO.”, and “SECOND CODE NO.”.
• For setting and operation, refer to the “FIELD SETTING” in
the installation manual of the remote controller.
11-1 Setting air filter sign
10. ATTACHING THE SUCTION GRILLE,
THE DECORATION PANELS AND THE
PROTECTION NET
Once wiring is complete, firmly attach the control box lid, the
suction grille, the decoration panels and the protection net in the
order opposite to detachment.
• Attaching the protection net
Attach the protection net from the way of the hook (i), fix 2
securing screws of the middle of the other side first (ii), then
fix the remaining securing screws (iii).
• Remote controllers are equipped with liquid crystal display
air filer signs to display the time to clean air filters.
• Change the SECOND CODE NO. according to “Table 5”
depending on the amount of dirt or dust in the room.
(SECOND CODE NO. is factory set to “01” for air filter contamination-light.)
Table 5
Setting
Spacing time of display air filter sign
(long life type)
Air filter contamination-light
Approx. 2500 hrs
Air filter contamination-heavy
Approx. 1250 hrs
Mode
No.
FIRST
CODE
NO.
10 (20)
0
SECOND
CODE
NO.
01
02
<When using wireless remote controllers>
• When using wireless remote controllers, wireless remote
controller address setting is necessary. Refer to the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller for setting instructions.
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11-2 2 remote controllers control
(Controlling 1 indoor unit by 2 remote controllers)
• When using 2 remote controllers, one must be set to “MAIN”
and the other to “SUB”.
MAIN/SUB CHANGEOVER
(1) Insert a
screw driver into the recess between the upper
and lower part of remote controller and, working from the 2
positions, pry off the upper part.
The remote controller PC board is attached to the upper
part of remote controller. (Refer to Fig. 30)
(2) Turn the MAIN/SUB changeover switch on one of the 2
remote controllers PC boards to “S”. (Leave the switch of
the other remote controllers set to “M”.) (Refer to Fig. 31)
Upper part of
remote controller
Wire specification
Sheathed vinyl wire or cable (2 wires)
Gauge
AWG 18-16
Length
Max. 328 ft.
External terminal
Contact that can ensure the minimum applicable load of 15 V DC, 10 mA.
(2) Actuation
• The following table explains FORCED OFF and ON/OFF
OPERATIONS in response to Input A.
FORCED OFF
ON/OFF OPERATION
Input “ON” stops operation (impossible by
remote controllers.)
Input OFF → ON turns
ON unit.
Input OFF enables control by remote controller.
Input ON → OFF turns
OFF unit.
(3) How to select FORCED OFF and ON/OFF OPERATION
• Turn the power on and then use the remote controller to
select operation.
11-4 CENTRALIZED CONTROL
Lower part of
remote controller
Insert the screw driver
here and gently work
off the upper part of
remote controller.
Fig. 30
(Factory setting)
Only 1 remote
controller needs
to be changed if
factory settings
have remained
untouched.
• For centralized control, it is necessary to designate the group
No. For details, refer to the manual of each optional controllers for centralized control.
12. TEST OPERATION
S
M
Remote controller
PC board
S
M
Fig. 31
Wiring Method
(See “8. ELECTRIC WIRING WORK” and “9. WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET THE REMOTE CONTROLLER” on
page from 10 to 12.)
(3) Remove the control box lid.
(4) Add 2nd remote controller to the transmission terminal
block (P1, P2) in the control box. (There is no polarity.)
(Refer to Fig. 28 on page 11 and Table 4 on page 11)
11-3 COMPUTERISED CONTROL
(FORCED OFF AND ON/OFF OPERATION)
Refer to the section of “FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS,
TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND
CHECK AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.” on page 4.
• Make sure if the service lids are closed on the indoor and outdoor units.
• After finishing the construction of refrigerant pipe, drain pipe
and electric wire, conduct the check operation referring to the
installation manual of the outdoor unit.
• The operation lamp of the remote controller will flash when a
malfunction occurs. Check the malfunction code on the liquid
crystal display to identify the point of trouble. An explanation
of malfunction codes and the corresponding trouble is provided in the installation manual of the outdoor unit.
It any of the items in Table 6 are displayed, there may be a
problem with the wiring or power, so check the wiring again.
Table 6
Remote control display
• There is a short circuit at the
FORCED OFF terminals (T1, T2)
“U4” is lit up
“UF” is lit up
• The power on the outdoor unit is off.
• The outdoor unit has not been wired
for power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the transmission
wiring and / or FORCED OFF wiring.
• The transmission wiring is cut.
No display
• The power on the indoor unit is off.
• The indoor unit has not been wired
for power supply.
• Incorrect wiring for the remote controller wiring, the transmission wiring
and / or the FORCED OFF wiring.
• The remote controller wiring is cut.
See “FIELD SETTING” on page 12 for local settings.
(1) Wire specifications and how to perform wiring
• Connect the input from outside to terminals T1 and T2 of
the transmission terminal block.
F2
T1
T2
FORCED
OFF
Input A
Content
“
” (under
centralized control) is lit up
• If “U3” is lit up, the malfunction code shows the check operation has not been performed yet.
12-1 HOW TO DIAGNOSE FOR MALFUNCTION
With the power on, it is possible to monitor the type of malfunction by looking at the malfunction code displayed in
the remote controller.
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If nothing is displayed in the remote controller, check the following items before attempting a diagnosis based on the malfunction code, as they might be a cause.
• Disconnected or incorrect wiring (between power supply and
the outdoor unit, between the outdoor and indoor units, and
between the indoor unit and the remote controller)
• Burnt out indoor or outdoor unit fuse
• “
” will be displayed for a few seconds on the remote
controller immediately after the power is turned on.
This display indicates that the remote controller is being
checked to see whether it is ok or not, and does not indicate
a malfunction.
Diagnose with the display on the liquid crystal display
remote controller.
1. With the wired remote controller. (NOTE 1)
When the operation stops due to trouble, operation lamp
flashed, and “
” and the malfunction code are indicated in
the liquid crystal display. In such a case, diagnose the fault
contents by referring to the table on the malfunction code list
it case of group control, the unit No. is displayed so that the
indoor unit No. with the trouble can be recognized. (NOTE 2).
2. With the wireless remote controller.
(Refer also to the operation manual attached to the wireless
remote controller)
When the operation stops due to trouble. the display on the
indoor unit flashes. In such a case, diagnose the fault contents with the table on the malfunction code list looking for
the malfunction code which can be found by following procedures. (NOTE 2)
(1) Press the INSPECTION /TEST OPERATION button, “
” is displayed and “ 0 ” flashes.
(2) Press the PROGRAMMING TIME button and find the
unit No. which stopped due to trouble.
Number of beeps
3 short beeps Perform all the following
operations
1 short beep
Perform (3) and (6)
1 long beep
No trouble
(3) Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button and
upper figure of the malfunction code flashes.
(4) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes 2 short beeps and find the upper code.
(5) Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button and
lower figure of the malfunction code flashes.
(6) Continue pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button
unit it makes a long beep and find the lower code.
• A long beep indicate the malfunction code.
NOTE
1. In case wired remote controller. Press the INSPECTION /
TEST OPERATION button on remote controller, “
”
starts flashing.
2. Keep down the ON/OFF button for 5 seconds or longer in
the inspection mode and the above trouble history disappears, after the trouble code goes on and off twice, followed
by the code “
”(normal).
The display changes from the inspection mode to the normal mode.
Order
Operation
(1)
Open gas side stop valve.
(2)
Open liquid side stop valve.
(3)
Electrify crank case heater for 6 hours.
(4)
Set to cooling with the remote controller and push “ ON/OFF ”
button to start operation.
(5)
Push“
TEST ”button twice and operate in TEST OPERATION MODE for 3 minutes.
(6)
Push“
SWING ”button and confirm its operation.
(7)
Push“
TEST ”button and operate normally.
(8)
Confirm its function according to the operation manual.
12-2 MALFUNCTION CODE
• For places where the malfunction code is left blank, the “
”
indication is not displayed. Though the system continues
operating, be sure to inspect the system and make repairs as
necessary.
• Depending on the type of indoor or outdoor unit, the malfunction code may or may not be displayed.
Code
Malfunction/Remarks
A1
Indoor unit’s PC board faulty
A3
Condensate level abnormal
A6
Indoor fan motor overloaded, overcurrent or locked.
A7
Air flow direction adjust motor is fault.
A9
Drive for electronic expansion valve is fault.
Type set improper
AJ
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing programmed in the data hold IC.
C4
Sensor R2T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
C5
Sensor R3T for heat exchanger temperature is fault.
C9
Sensor R1T for suction air temperature is fault.
Sensor for remote controller is fault.
CJ
The remote controller thermistor does not function, but
the system thermo run is possible.
E3
High pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
E4
Low pressure abnormal (outdoor unit)
E5
Compressor motor lock malfunction
E7
Outdoor fan motor lock malfunction
Outdoor fan instantaneous overcurrent malfunction
E9
Electronic expansion valve faulty (outdoor unit)
F3
Discharge pipe temperature abnormal (outdoor unit)
F6
The refrigerant is overcharged.
H9
Outdoor air thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J3
Discharge pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J5
Suction pipe thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J6
Heat exchanger thermistor faulty (outdoor unit)
J9
Sensor for heat exchanger is fault.
JA
Sensor for high pressure is fault.
JC
L4
Sensor for low pressure is fault.
Overheated heat-radiating fin (outdoor)
Inverter cooling defect.
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Instantaneous overcurrent (outdoor)
L5
Possible earth fault or short circuit in the compressor
motor.
Electric thermal (outdoor)
L8
L9
Possible electrical overload in the compressor or cut line
in the compressor motor.
Stall prevention (outdoor)
Compressor possibly locked.
LC
Transmission malfunction between the outdoor control
units’ inverters (outdoor)
P1
Open-phase (outdoor)
P3
PC board temperature sensor malfunction (outdoor)
P4
Heat-radiating fin temperature sensor malfunction
(outdoor)
Type set improper (outdoor unit)
PJ
Capacity data is wrongly preset. Or there is nothing programmed in the data hold IC.
U0
Suction pipe temperature abnormal
U2
U3
Power source voltage malfunction
Includes the defect in K1M.
The check operation has not performed.
Transmission error (indoor unit – outdoor unit)
U4
UF
U9
Miswiring between indoor and outdoor units or malfunction of the PC board mounted on the indoor and the outdoor units.
If UF is shown, the wire between the indoor and outdoor
units is not properly wired. Therefore, immediately disconnect the power supply and correct the wire. (The
compressor and the fan mounted on the outdoor unit
may start operation independent of the remote controller
operation.) The power is not supplied to outdoor unit.
Same transmission for in / outdoor unit is fault.
Miss setting for multi system
UA
Setting is wrong for selector switch of multi-system. (see
switch SS2 on the main unit’s PC board)
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FAQ18PVJU / FAQ24PVJU
SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioner
Installation manual
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS ………………………………………………………………1
BEFORE INSTALLATION ……………………………………………………………………3
SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE …………………………………………………………5
INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION………………………………………………………………7
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK ………………………………………………………… 10
DRAIN PIPING WORK …………………………………………………………………… 13
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK ……………………………………………………………… 14
WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET THE REMOTE CONTROLLER …………… 15
FIELD SETTINGS ………………………………………………………………………… 20
TEST OPERATION ………………………………………………………………………… 21
1. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS” carefully before installing air conditioning equipment and
be sure to install it correctly. After completing the installation, make sure that the unit operates properly during the start-up operation.
Please instruct the customer on how to operate the unit and keep it maintained.
Also, inform customers that they should store this installation manual along with the operation manual for
future reference.
This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not accessible to the general public”.
Meaning of danger, warning, caution and note symbols.
DANGER ...........Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which,if not avoided, will result in death
or serious injury.
WARNING .........Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION ..........Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury. It may also be sued to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTE .................Indicates situation that may result in equipment or property-damage-only accidents.
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DANGER
• Do not ground the unit to water pipes, telephone wires or lightning rods as incomplete grounding
could cause a severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death, and to gas pipes because a
gas leak could result in an explosion which could lead to severe injury or death.
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are present due to risk of explosion resulting in serious injury or death.
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and displaces oxygen. A massive leak could lead to oxygen depletion, especially in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could occur leading to serious injury or death.
• If the refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the area immediately.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or
cooking device. Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the refrigerant gas does not leak.
Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or
cooking device. Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
• Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden parts, may cause stabs or other injuries. Tear
apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that children will not play with them. Children playing
with plastic bags face the danger of death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Ask your dealer or an authorized personnel to carry out installation work. Do not try to install the
unit by yourself.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire.
• Perform installation work in accordance with this installation manual.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire.
• Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts for installation work.
Failure to use the specified parts may result in water leakage, electric shocks, fire or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough to withstand the weight of the unit.
A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injuries.
• Carry out the specified installation work after taking account of strong winds, typhoons or earthquakes.
Improper installation work may result in the equipment falling and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work
is carried out by an authorized personnel according to local laws and regulations and this installation manual.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical construction may lead to electric shocks or fire.
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires are used, and no external forces act on the
terminal connections or wires.
Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
• When wiring the power supply and connecting the remote controller wiring and transmission wiring, position the wires so that the electric parts box lid can be securely fastened.
Improper positioning of the electric parts box lid may result in electric shocks, fire or the terminals
overheating.
• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers.
Touching a switch with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker.
Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks, or fire.
• Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations:
(a) where a mineral oil mist or an oil spray or vapor is produced, for example in a kitchen. Plastic parts
may deteriorate and fall off or result in water leakage.
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(b) where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is produced. Corroding copper pipes or soldered
parts may result in refrigerant leakage.
(c) near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of
the control system and result in a malfunction of the equipment.
(d) where flammable gases may leak, where there are carbon fiber or ignitable dust suspensions in the
air, or where volatile liquids such as thinner or gasoline are handled.
Operating the unit in such conditions may result in fire.
• Heat exchanger fins are sharp enough to cut.
To avoid injury wear gloves to cover the fins when working around them.
• Refrigerant pipes may be very hot or very cold during or immediately after operation.
Touching them could result in burns or frostbite. To avoid injury give the pipes time to return to normal
temperature or, if you must touch them, be sure to wear proper gloves.
CAUTION
• While following the instructions in this installation manual, insulate piping in order to prevent condensation.
Improper piping insulation may result in water leakage and property damage.
• Be very careful about product transportation.
Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any PP bands for a means of transportation. It
is dangerous.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping operation.
Always wait at least five minutes before turning off the power. Otherwise, water leakage and trouble may occur.
• Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a
shelter by small animals.
Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please instruct
the customer to keep the area around the unit clean.
NOTE
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wiring and connecting wires at least 3.5ft. away
from televisions or radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5ft. may not be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
• Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance can result shorter than expected in rooms
with electronic fluorescent lamps. (inverter or rapid start types)
Install the indoor unit as far away from fluorescent lamps as possible.
• Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and eventual other parts, should be done in
accordance with the relevant local and national regulations.
2. BEFORE INSTALLATION
• When moving the unit while removing it from the packing case, be sure to lift it by the four hanger
brackets. Avoid putting any pressure on other parts, especially, horizontal flaps, the refrigerant piping, drain piping, and other resin parts.
• Be sure to remove a cushion (corrugated paper) located between the heat exchanger and the right air filter.
• Be sure to check the type of R410A refrigerant to be used before installing the unit. (Using an incorrect
refrigerant will prevent normal operation of the unit.)
• The accessories needed for installation must be retained in your custody until the installation work is
completed. Do not discard them!
• Decide upon a line of transport.
• Leave the unit inside its packaging while moving, until reaching the installation site. Where unpacking is
unavoidable, use a sling of soft material or protective plates together with a rope when lifting, to avoid
damage or scratches to the unit.
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• For the installation of an outdoor unit, refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit.
• When using the wireless remote controller, refer to the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller.
• Do not install or operate the unit in rooms mentioned below.
• Laden with mineral oil, or filled with oil vapor or spray like in kitchens. (Plastic parts may deteriorate which could eventually cause the unit to fall out of place, or could lead to leaks.)
• Where corrosive gas like sulfurous gas exists. (Copper tubing and brazed spots may corrode
which could eventually lead to refrigerant leaks.)
• Where machines can generate electromagnetic waves. (Control system may malfunction.)
• Where the air contains high levels of salt such as that near the ocean and where voltage fluctuates greatly such as that in factories.
Also in vehicles or vessels.
• This unit, both indoor and outdoor, is suitable for installation in a commercial and light industrial environment.
If installed as a household appliance it could cause electromagnetic interference.
WARNING
• Entrust installation to the place of purchase or an authorized serviceman. Improper installation could lead
to leaks and, in worse cases, electric shock of fire.
• Use of unspecified parts could lead to the unit falling, leaks and, in worse cases, electric shock or fire.
NOTE
• Be sure to read this manual before installing the indoor unit.
2-1 ACCESSORIES
Check the following accessories are included with your unit.
Name
Quantity
(1) Installation
panel
(2) Attachment screws
for the installation panel
1 set
9 pcs.
(3) Paper pattern
for installation
(4) Insulating tape
1 pc.
1 pc.
Shape
M4 × 25L
Name
Quantity
(5) Clamp
1 large 4 small
(6) Securing screws
2 pcs.
(7) Insulating tube
1 long 1 short
(Other)
• Operation manual
• Installation manual
Shape
M4 × 12L
2-2 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Remote controller type
Wired type
Wireless type
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FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND
CHECK AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED.
1. Items to be checked after completion of work
Items to be checked
If not properly done, what is likely to occur
Are the indoor and outdoor unit fixed
The units may drop, vibrate or make noise.
firmly?
Is the gas leak test finished?
It may result in insufficient cooling.
Is the unit fully insulated?
Condensate water may drip.
Does drainage flow smoothly?
Condensate water may drip.
Does the power supply voltage correspond The unit may malfunction or the
to that shown on the name plate?
components burn out.
The unit may malfunction or the
Are wiring and piping correct?
components burn out.
Is the unit safely grounded?
It may be dangerous at electric leakage.
The unit may malfunction or the
Is wiring size according to specifications?
components burn out.
Is something blocking the air outlet or inlet
It may result in insufficient cooling.
of either the indoor or outdoor units?
Are refrigerant piping length and additional The refrigerant charge in the system is not
refrigerant charge noted down?
clear.
Check
2. Items to be checked at time of delivery
* Also review the “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS”
Items to be checked
Check
Did you explain about operations while showing the operation manual to your customer?
Did you hand the operation manual over to your customer?
2-3 NOTE TO THE INSTALLER
Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the unit (especially cleaning filters, operating different functions, and adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out operations themselves while looking
at the manual.
3. SELECTING INSTALLATION SITE
(1) Select an installation site where the following conditions are fulfilled and that meets with your
customer's approval.
• In the upper space (including the back of the ceiling) of the indoor unit where there is no possible
dripping of water from the refrigerant pipe, drain pipe, water pipe, etc.
• Where the wall is strong enough to bear the indoor unit weight.
• Where sufficient clearance for installation and maintenance can be ensured.
(Refer to Fig. 1 and Fig. 2)
• Where optimum air distribution can be ensured.
• Where nothing blocks the air passage.
• Where condensate can be properly drained.
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• Where the wall is not significantly tilted.
• Where piping between indoor and outdoor units is possible within the allowable limit.
(Refer to the installation manual of the outdoor unit.)
• Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wiring and connecting wires at least 3.5ft. away from
televisions or radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5ft. may not be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
• Where the cool (warm) air reaches all across the room.
≥2
≥ 1 1/4
≥2
≥ 3 1/2
[ Space required for installation (in.) ]
Fig. 1
Obstruction
≤ 4 3/4
≥ 100 (from floor)
For installation
in high places.
Floor
Fig. 2
(2) Consider whether the place where the unit will be installed can support the full weight of the
unit, and reinforce it with boards and beams, etc. if needed before proceeding with the installation. Also, reinforce the place to prevent vibration and noise before installing.
(The installation pitch can be found on the paper pattern for installation (3), so refer to it when
considering the necessity for reinforcing the location.)
(3) The indoor unit may not be directly installed on the wall. Use the attached installation panel (1)
before installing the unit.
DANGER
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are present due to risk of explosion resulting in
serious injury or death.
WARNING
• If the supporting structural members are not strong enough to take the unit's weight, the unit could fall
out of place and cause serious injury.
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4. INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION
• Use only accessories and parts which are of the designated specification when installing.
CAUTION
• Install so that the unit does not tilt to either side or forward.
• Do not hold the unit by the horizontal flaps when lifting it. (This may damage the horizontal flaps.)
(1) Open the piping through-hole.
• The refrigerant pipe and drain pipe can be passed out in one of 5 directions: left, bottom-left, back-left,
bottom-right, and back-right. (Refer to Fig. 3)
• Using the paper pattern for installation (3), choose where to pass the piping out and open a throughhole (φ3 1/8”) in the wall.
Open the hole so that there is a downward slope for the drain piping. (See “ 6.DRAIN PIPING WORK ”)
(2) Remove the installation panel (1) from the unit and attach to the wall.
(The installation panel is temporarily attached to the unit with a screw. (In case of 12 type))
(Refer to Fig. 3)
(a) Check the location for the hole using the included paper pattern for installation (3).
• Choose a location so that there is at least a 3 1/2” gap between the ceiling and the main unit.
(b) Temporarily attach the installation panel (1) at the temporary-securing position on the paper pattern for
installation (3) and use a level to make sure the drain hose is either level or tilted slightly downward.
(c) Secure the installation panel (1) to the wall using either screws or bolts.
• If using the attachment screws for the installation panel (2), attach using at least 4 screws on
either side (for a total of 9 screws) of the recommended installation cleat position on the included
paper pattern for installation (3).
• If using bolts, attach using a M8 - M10 bolt or equivalent (for a total of 2 bolts) on either side.
• If dealing with concrete, use commercially available foundation bolts (M8 - M10 or equivalent).
(3) If using the left, bottom-left, or bottom-right positions for the piping, cut out the through-hole for
the piping in the front grill. (Refer to Fig. 4)
Installation panel (1)
Temporary screw
(In case of 12 type)
Front grill
Left pipe
Cut out along
the groove.
Back-left pipe
Bottom-left pipe
Cut away
Back-right pipe
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(4) Remove the front panel and the service lid. (Refer to Fig. 5)
< How to remove the front panel and service lid >
(1) Open the front panel to the point where it stops.
(2) Push the axes on either side of the front panel towards the center of the main unit and remove. (You
can also remove it by sliding the front panel either to the left or right and pulling it forward.)
(3) Remove the screw from the service lid and pull the handle forward.
Axis
(1)
Front panel
Axis
(2)
Service lid
(2)
(3)
Handle
Axis
Screw
Fig. 5
(5) Point the pipe in the direction it will be passed out.
For bottom-right and back-right piping (Refer to Fig. 6)
• Wrap the drain hose and the refrigerant piping together with the insulating tape (4) so that the drain hose is below the refrigerant piping.
For left, bottom-left, and back-left piping
• Remove the front grill. (Refer to Fig. 7)
< How to remove the front grill >
Remove the front grill as described below when securing the indoor
unit with screws or when attaching Optional Accessories (wireless
remote controller, adapter PC board, etc.).
Insulating tape (4)
Refrigerant piping
Fig. 6
Drain hose
(1) Remove the front panel.
(2) Remove the screws (3 places) securing the front grill.
(3) Remove the tabs (3 places) securing the front grill by pushing them in the direction of the arrows.
(4) Making sure not to catch the horizontal flaps, remove the front grill by pulling in the direction of the arrow.
Tab position
(3)
(3)
Tab
Tab position
(3)
Front grill
(4)
Screw position
(2)
(2)
(2)
Fig. 7
Screw position
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• Remove the drain plug, the insulation tube, and the drain hose from the drain pan and replace.
(Refer to Fig. 8)
• Connect the local refrigerant piping ahead of time, matching it to the liquid pipe and gas pipe marks engraved on the installation panel (accessory) (1).
< Replacing the drain hose and drain plug >
(1) Remove the drain plug and insulation tube.
(2) Remove the drain hose and replace onto the left side.
(3) Replace the drain plug and the insulation tube onto the right side.
Drain plug
Insulating tube
Do not place lubricant (refrigerant oil) when inserting.
This may cause deterioration and water leaks.
Make sure
there are
no gaps.
Insert using a hexagon wrench (4mm).
Fig. 8
(6) Hook the indoor unit onto the installation panel. (Refer to Fig. 9)
• Placing buffering material between the wall and the indoor unit at this time will make work easier.
Service lid
Front panel
Hook the indoor unit hook onto the installation panel (1).
Front grill
Place buffering material
Wall
Be sure to pass all wires through
the wiring guide.
Power supply wiring,
Ground wiring
Conduit
Refrigerant piping
Wiring (locally procured)
Tab
(There are 2 places.)
Installation panel
(accessory) (1)
Transmission wiring, Remote controller wiring
Fig. 9
For bottom-right and back-right piping
• Pass the drain hose and the refrigerant piping to the wall.
(7) Pass power supply wiring and ground wiring threaded through conduit (For connecting the conduit to the unit, see “8-1 HOW TO CONNECT WIRINGS”), and remote controller wiring through the
wiring guide in through the back of the indoor unit and to the front.
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(8) Connect the piping. (See “5.REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK” and Fig. 10)
Refrigerant piping
Secure with
vinyl tape.
Drain hose
Transmission wiring and
remote controller wiring
A
Transmission wiring
and remote controller
wiring
Refrigerant piping
A arrow view
Conduit
Seal with putty corking material.
Fig. 10
Wrap the insulating tape overlapping at least half the width with each wrap.
Wrap the insulating tape all the way to the L-shaped bend.
• Seal the piping through-hole with putty corking material.
(9) Push on both bottom edges of the indoor unit using both hands and hook the tab on the back of
the indoor unit onto the installation panel (1). (Refer to Fig. 9)
• At this time remove the buffering material placed in step (6).
• Make sure power supply wiring, transmission wiring, ground wiring and remote controller wiring are
not caught inside the indoor unit.
„ When screwing in the indoor unit
Installation panel
(accessory) (1)
• Remove the front grill. (Refer to Fig. 7)
• Secure the indoor unit to the installation panel (1) with the securing
screws (6). (Refer to Fig. 11)
Refrigerant piping
Insulating tape
(accessory) (4)
Fig. 11
M4 × 12L
(accessory) (6)
5. REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK
〈For refrigerant piping of outdoor units, see the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit.〉
〈Execute heat insulation work completely on both sides of the gas piping and the liquid piping.
Otherwise, a water leakage can result sometimes.〉
(When using a heat pump, the temperature of the gas piping can reach up to approximately 250°F, so use
insulation which is sufficiently resistant.)
〈Also, in cases where the temperature and humidity of the refrigerant piping sections might exceed
86ºF or RH80 %, reinforce the refrigerant insulation. (13/16” or thicker) Condensation may form on
the surface of the insulating material.〉
〈Before refrigerant piping work, check which type of refrigerant is used. Proper operation is not
possible if the types of refrigerant are not the same.〉
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact with fire such as from a fan, heater, stove or
cooking device. Exposure to this gas could result in severe injury or death.
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NOTE
• Use a pipe cutter and flare suitable for the type of refrigerant.
• To prevent dust, moisture or other foreign matter from infiltrating the tube, either pinch the end or cover it
with tape.
• Do not allow anything other than the designated refrigerant to get mixed into the refrigerant circuit, such
as air, etc.
• If any refrigerant gas leaks while working on the unit, ventilate the room thoroughly right away.
• The outdoor unit is charged with refrigerant.
• Use copper alloy seamless pipes.
• Be sure to use both a spanner and torque wrench together, as shown
in the drawing, when connecting or disconnecting pipes to/from the
unit. (Refer to Fig. 12)
• Refer to “Table 1” for the dimensions of flare.
• When connecting the flare nut, coat the flare section with ester oil or
ether oil, rotate three or four times first, then screw in.
(Refer to Fig. 13)
CAUTION
Torque wrench
Spanner
Piping union
Flare nut
Fig. 12
Ester oil or ether oil
• Over-tightening may cause the flare nuts to crack or the refrigerant to
leak.
• Use the flare nut included with the unit.
Fig. 13
• Refer to Table 1 for tightening torque.
Table 1
φ 3/8”
24.1 – 29.4
0.504 – 0.520
φ 5/8”
45.6 – 55.6
0.760 – 0.776
Flare shape (in.)
45 0Ⳳ2 0
Flare dimensions A (in.)
R0.016-0.031
A
Tightening torque (ft-lbf)
900Ⳳ20
Pipe size
Not recommended but in case of emergency
You must use a torque wrench but if you are obliged to install the unit without a torque wrench, you may
follow the installation method mentioned below.
After the work is finished, make sure to check that there is no gas leak.
When you keep on tightening the flare nut with a spanner, there is a point where the tightening torque
suddenly increases. From that position, further tighten the flare nut the angle shown below:
Table 2
Pipe size (in.)
φ 3/8”
φ 5/8”
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Further tightening angle
60 to 90 degrees
30 to 60 degrees
Recommended arm length of tool (in.)
Approx. 7 7/8”
Approx. 11 13/16”
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CAUTION
• CAUTION TO BE TAKEN WHEN BRAZING REFRIGERANT PIPING
“Do not use flux when brazing refrigerant piping. Therefore, use the phosphor copper brazing filter metal
(BCuP) which does not require flux.”
(Flux has an extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping systems. For instance, if chlorine based flux
is used, it will cause pipe corrosion. If the flux contains fluorine, it will damage the refrigerant oil.)
• When brazing the refrigerant piping, only begin brazing after having carried out nitrogen substitution
(NOTE 1) or while inserting nitrogen into the refrigerant piping (NOTE 2). Once this is done, connect the
indoor unit with a flared or a flanged connection.
DANGER
• Use of oxygen may cause an explosion resulting in serious injury or death. Only use nitrogen gas.
NOTE
1. Refer to the “Manual for Multi Installation for Buildings” for directions on how to carry out nitrogen
substitution. (Inquire with your dealer.)
2. Nitrogen should be set to 2.9 psi with a pressure-reducing valve if brazing while inserting nitrogen into
the piping. (Refer to Fig. 14)
Pressure-reducing valve
Refrigerant piping
Part to be
brazed
Taping
hands valve
Nitrogen
Nitrogen
Fig. 14
• After checking for gas leaks, be sure to insulate the pipe connections using the supplementary piping
insulation tubing and insulating tape (4). The insulating tape (4) should be wrapped from the L-shaped
bend all the way to the end inside the unit. (Refer to Fig. 15)
Clamping material large
(accessory) (5)
Indoor unit piping insulation tubing
Insulating tubing tape
Insulating tubing tape
Insulating tubing tape
Local piping
L-shaped
bend
Indoor unit piping
Indoor unit piping insulation tubing
Insulating tape (accessory) (4)
See “ 4.INDOOR UNIT
INSTALLATION ”
Start wrapping
Insulation tubing seam
Attach the insulation tubing
tape so that there are no gaps
in the insulation tubing seam.
Fig. 15
CAUTION
• Be sure to insulate any field piping all the way to the piping connection inside the unit. Any exposed piping
may cause condensate or burns if touched.
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6. DRAIN PIPING WORK
(1) Install the drain piping. (Refer to Fig. 16)
• The drain pipe should be short with a downward slope and should prevent air pockets from forming.
• Watch out for the points in the figure 16 when performing drain work.
Make sure the drain
hose is at a downward
slope.
Drain hose
Drain hose
(Downward
slope)
Make sure the tip does
not go underwater even
when water is added.
Fig. 16
• When extending the drain hose, use a commercially available drain extension hose, and be sure to
insulate the extended section of the drain hose which is indoors. (Refer to Fig. 17)
Indoor unit drain hose
Extension drain piping
(commercially available)
Insulating tube
(commercially available)
Insulating tape (accessory) (4)
( See “4.INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION” )
Fig. 17
4 or more
• Make sure the diameter of the extension drain piping is the same as the indoor unit drain hose (hard
vinyl chloride, I.D. 9/16”) or bigger.
• In case of converging multiple drain pipes, install them referring to Fig. 18.
• Select diameter of drain piping which adapts to the capacity of the unit connected.
Fig. 18
(Slope of at least 1/100)
(2) Make sure the drain works properly.
• After drain work is complete, perform a drain Plastic container
check by opening the front panel, removing for pouring
the air filter, pouring water into the drain pan,
and making sure water flows smoothly out of
the drain hose. (Refer to Fig. 19)
Drain pan
Fig. 19
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CAUTION
• Drain piping connections
Do not connect the drain piping directly to sewage pipes that smell of ammonia. The ammonia in the
sewage might enter the indoor unit through the drain pipes and corrode the heat exchanger.
Keep in mind that it will become the cause of getting drain pipe blocked if water collects on drain pipe.
7. ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
7-1 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• All field supplied parts and materials and electric works must conform to local codes.
• Use copper wire only.
• For electric wiring work, refer to also “WIRING DIAGRAM” attached to the unit.
• For remote controller wiring details, refer to the installation manual attached to the remote controller.
• All wiring must be performed by an authorized electrician.
• This system consists of multiple indoor units. Mark each indoor unit as unit A, unit B..., and be sure the
terminal block wiring to the outdoor unit and BS unit is properly matched. If wiring and piping between the
outdoor unit and indoor unit are mismatched, the system may cause a malfunction.
• A circuit breaker capable of shutting down power supply to the entire system must be installed.
• Refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit for the size of power supply wiring connected
to the outdoor unit, the capacity of the circuit breaker and switch, and wiring instructions.
• Be sure to ground the air conditioner.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or lightning rods because incomplete grounding
could cause a severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death, and to gas pipes because a gas
leak could result in an explosion which could lead to severe injury or death.
7-2 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Units
Power supply
Model
Hz
Volts
Voltage range
MCA
MFA
FAQ18PVJU
0.4
15
Max. 253
60
208-230
Min. 187
FAQ24PVJU
0.6
15
MCA: Min. Circuit Amps (A);
MFA: Max. Fuse Amps (A)
W: Fan Motor Rated Output (W);
FLA: Full Load Amps (A)
Fan motor
W
FLA
43
0.3
43
0.5
7-3 SPECIFICATIONS FOR FIELD SUPPLIED FUSES AND WIRE
Model
Power supply wiring
Remote controller wiring
Transmission wiring
Wire
Size
Size
Field fuses
FAQ18PVJU
Size must comply
Sheathed wire (2 wire)
AWG18-16
15A
with local codes.
FAQ24PVJU
• Allowable length of transmission wiring and remote controller wiring are as follows.
(1) Outdoor unit - Indoor unit:Max.3280ft. (Total wiring length: 6560ft.)
(2) Indoor unit - Remote controller:Max.1640ft.
Insulated thickness: 1/16” or more.
./4%%ITHERAFUSEORABREAKERISACCEPTABLE
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8. WIRING EXAMPLE AND HOW TO SET THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
8-1 HOW TO CONNECT WIRINGS
• Conduit for power supply wiring
Unscrew and remove the conduit mounting plate from the electric parts box. (Refer to Fig. 20)
Fix a conduit to the plate with a lock nut and reattach them at original position.
Conduit
Lock nut
Conduit mounting plate
Refrigerant piping
Electric parts box
Screw
Fig. 20
• Power supply wiring and ground wiring
Unscrew and remove the service lid.
Thread the power supply wiring and ground wiring through the included insulating tube (short) (7) and
secure them with the included clamp (small) (5). (Refer to Fig. 21)
Connect the power supply wiring and ground wiring to the power supply terminal block (3P).
When doing this, firmly secure using the included clamp (small) (5) according to the figure.
(Refer to Fig. 22)
• Transmission wiring and remote controller wiring
Unscrew and remove the service lid.
Thread the remote controller wiring and transmission wiring through the included insulating tube (long) (7)
and secure them with the included clamp (small) (5). (Refer to Fig. 21)
Connect the remote controller wiring and the transmission wiring to the terminal block (6P).
When doing this, tie the remote controller wiring and the transmission wiring using the included clamp (small)
(5) and then firmly secure using the included clamp (small) (5) according to the figure. (Refer to Fig. 22)
Insulating tube (short)
Clamp small
(accessory) (7)
(accessory) (5)
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(1in.)
Insulating tube (long)
Clamp small
(accessory) (7)
(accessory) (5)
Power
supply
wiring
Ground
(1in.)
wiring
Transmission
wiring
Remote
controller
wiring
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Power supply
terminal block (3P)
< Wiring clamp method >
Clamp small
(accessory) (5)
Power supply wiring
Ground terminal
Ground wiring
Insulating tube
L1
L2
Ground wiring
Remote controller
wiring
Clamp small
(accessory) (5)
Power supply wiring
Remote
controller wiring
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
REMOTE TRANSMISSION FORCED
CNTRL WIRING
OFF
Terminal block (6P)
Transmission wiring
Insulating tube
Clamp small
(accessory) (5)
(3 places)
Cut off any excess
material after tightening.
Transmission wiring
Fig. 22
WARNING
• Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal block for remote controller wiring as this could damage the entire system.
• Use only specified wire and connect wires to the terminal tightly. Be careful wires do not place external
stress on terminals. Keep wires in neat order so as not to obstruct other equipment. Make sure that the
electric box lid fits tightly. Incomplete connections could result in overheating and, in worse case, result in
electric shock or fire.
• To avoid a short circuit in the electric parts box, be sure to apply sealing material or putty (not included)
to the wiring hole to prevent the infiltration of water as well as insects or other small creatures. Otherwise
a short-circuit may occur inside the electric parts box.
CAUTION
• When clamping the wirings, be sure no tension is applied to the wire connections by using the included
clamp. Also, when wiring, make sure the lid on the electric parts box fits snugly by arranging the wirings neatly and attaching the service lid firmly. When attaching the service lid, make sure no wirings get
caught in the edges. Pass wiring through holes to prevent damage to them.
• Make sure the remote controller wiring and transmission wiring between the units, and other electrical
wiring do not pass through the same locations outside the unit, separating them by at least 5”, otherwise
electrical noise (external static) could cause incorrect operation or breakage.
Use only specified wire and tightly connect wires to terminals. Be careful wires do not place external
stress on terminals. Keep wiring in neat order and so as not to obstruct other equipment such as popping
open the service cover. Make sure the cover closes tight. Incomplete connections could result in overheating, and in worse case, electric shock or fire.
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[ PRECAUTIONS ]
1. Use round crimp-style terminals for connecting wires to the power supply terminal block.
(Refer to Fig. 23)
If unavailable, observe the following points when wiring.
• Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same power supply terminal.
(Looseness in the connection may cause overheating.)
• Use the specified electric wire. Connect the wire securely to the terminal. Lock the wire down without
applying excessive force to the terminal. (Tightening torque: 0.97ft.lbf ±10 %)
Attach insulation sleeve
Round crimp-style terminal
Electric wire
Fig. 23
2. Tightening torque for the terminal screws.
• Use the correct screwdriver for tightening the terminal screws. If the blade of screwdriver is too small,
the head of the screw might be damaged, and the screw will not be properly tightened.
• If the terminal screws are tightened too hard, screws might be damaged.
• Refer to the table below for the tightening torque of the terminal screws.
Tightening torque
Terminal
Size
(ft-lbf)
Remote controller, Transmission wiring and
M3.5
0.58 – 0.72
Forced off terminal block (6P)
Power supply and Ground terminal block (3P)
M4
0.87 – 1.06
3. Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same ground terminal. Looseness in the connection may
lessen protection.
4. Keep transmission wiring at least 5” away from power supply wiring. The equipment may malfunction if
subjected to electrical (external) noise.
5. For remote controller wiring, refer to the “INSTALLATION MANUAL OF REMOTE CONTROLLER” attached to the remote controller.
8-2 WIRING EXAMPLE
• Fit the power supply wire of each unit with a switch and fuse as shown in the drawing.
COMPLETE SYSTEM EXAMPLE
Power supply
Outdoor unit
Main
switch
Power supply wire
Transmission wire
Switch
Fuse
Indoor unit
Remote controller
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1. When using 1 remote controller for 1 indoor unit. (Normal operation)
Power Supply
208-230V
~
Outdoor unit
60Hz
Control box
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1 L2
L1 L2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
Indoor unit
P1 P2
Remote
controller
2. When using 2 remote controllers for 1 indoor unit.
Power Supply
208-230V
Outdoor unit
~
Control box
60Hz
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1 L2
L1 L2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
Indoor unit
P1 P 2
P 1 P2
For use with
2 remote
controllers
NOTE
1. A single switch can be used to supply power to units on the same system. However, branch switches
and branch circuit breakers must be selected carefully.
2. Do not ground the equipment on gas pipes, water pipes or lightning rods, or crossground with telephones. Improper grounding could result in electric shock.
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8-3 CONTROL BY 2 REMOTE CONTROLLERS (CONTROLLING 1 INDOOR UNIT BY
2 REMOTE CONTROLLERS)
• When using 2 remote controllers, one must be set to “MAIN” and the other to “SUB”.
Upper part of
remote controller
MAIN/SUB CHANGEOVER
(1) Insert a
screwdriver into the recess between the
upper and lower part of remote controller, and
working from the 2 positions, pry off the upper part.
The remote controller PC board is attached to the
upper part of the remote controller. (Refer to Fig. 28)
Lower part of
remote controller
Insert the screwdriver here
and gently work off the
upper part of the remote controller.
(2) Turn the MAIN/SUB changeover switch on one of
the two remote controller PC boards to “S”.
(Leave the switch of the other remote controller set to
“M”.) (Refer to Fig. 29)
Wiring Method (See “7.ELECTRIC WIRING WORK”)
(3) Remove the service lid.
(4) Add remote control 2 (slave) to the terminal block
(6P) for remote controller (P1, P2) in the electric
parts box.
(There is no polarity.) (Refer to Fig. 26 and section
7-3 for the wiring size.)
(Factory setting)
(Only one remote
controller needs
to be changed if
factory settings
have remained
untouched.)
Fig. 28
S
M
S
M
Remote
controller
PC board
Fig. 29
8-4 COMPUTERISED CONTROL (FORCED OFF AND ON/OFF OPERATION)
(1) Wire specifications and how to perform wiring
• Connect the input from outside to terminals T1 and T2 of the terminal block (6P).
Input A
F2
T1
T2
FORCED
OFF
Wire specification
Gauge
Length
External terminal
Fig. 30
Sheathed vinyl cord or cable (2 wire)
AWG18-16
Max. 328 ft.
Contact that can ensure the minimum
applicable load of 15V DC, 10 mA.
(2) Actuation
• The following table explains FORCED OFF and ON/OFF OPERATIONS in response to Input A.
FORCED OFF
ON/OFF OPERATION
Input “ON” stops operation (impossible by remote controllers).
Input OFF → ON turns ON unit.
Input OFF enables control by remote controller.
Input ON → OFF turns OFF unit.
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(3) How to select FORCED OFF and ON/OFF OPERATION
SECOND CODE NO.
Mode No.
• Turn the power on and then use the remote controller to
select operation.
• Set the remote controller to the field set mode. For details,
refer to the “HOW TO SET IN THE FIELD”, in the remote
controller manual.
• When in the field set mode, select mode No. 12, then set
SETTING
the first code (switch) No. to “1”. Then set second code
(position) No. to “01” for FORCED OFF and “02” for ON/
OFF OPERATION.
(FORCED OFF at factory set) (Refer to Fig. 31)
FIRST CODE NO. FIELD SET MODE
Fig. 31
8-5 CENTRALIZED CONTROL
• For centralized control, it is necessary to designate the group No. For details, refer to the manual of each
optional controllers for centralized control.
9. FIELD SETTINGS
(1) Make sure the service lids are closed on the indoor and outdoor units.
(2) Field settings must be made from the remote controller in accordance with installation conditions.
• Settings can be made by changing the “Mode No”, “FIRST CODE NO.” and “SECOND CODE NO.”.
Refer to the installation manual attached to the remote controller.
• The “Field Settings” included with the remote controller lists the order of the settings and method of operation.
*Setting is made in all units in a group. To set for individual indoor units or to check the setting, use the
mode Nos. (with “2” in upper digit) in parentheses ( ).
9-1 SETTING AIR FILTER SIGN
• Remote controllers are equipped with liquid crystal display air filter signs to display the time to clean air filters.
• Change the SECOND CODE NO. according to Table 3 depending on the amount of dirt or dust in the room.
(SECOND CODE NO. is factory set to “01” for air filter contamination-light)
Table 3
Setting
Air filter
contamination-light
Air filter
contamination-heavy
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Spacing time of display
air filter sign
Mode No.
FIRST CODE NO. SECOND CODE NO.
Approx. 200 hrs
01
10 (20)
Approx. 100 hrs
0
02
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9-2 SETTING AIR FLOWRATE INCREASE MODE
• It is possible to raise set air flow (HIGH and LOW) from the field. Change the SECOND CODE NO. as
shown in Table 4 to suit your needs.
(SECOND CODE NO. is factory set to “01” for Standard.)
Table 4
Setting
Standard
A little increase
Increase
Mode No.
FIRST CODE NO.
13 (23)
0
SECOND CODE NO.
01
02
03
〈When using wireless remote controllers〉
• When using wireless remote controllers, wireless remote controller address setting is necessary. Refer to
the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller for setting instructions.
10. TEST OPERATION
Make sure the service lids are closed on the indoor and outdoor units.
Refer to the installation manual of the outdoor unit.
• The operation lamp of the remote controller will flash when a malfunction occurs. Check the malfunction
code on the liquid crystal display to identify the point of trouble. An explanation of malfunction codes and
the corresponding trouble is provided in the installation manual of the outdoor unit.
If any of the items in Table 5 are displayed, there may be a problem with the wiring or power, so check
the wiring again.
Table 5
Remote controller display
” (under centralized
“
control) is lit up
Content
• There is a short circuit at the FORCED OFF terminals (T1, T2).
• The power on the outdoor unit is off.
• The outdoor unit has not been wired for power supply.
“U4” is lit up
• Incorrect wiring for the transmission wiring and/or FORCED
“UH” is lit up
OFF wiring.
• The transmission wiring is cut.
• The power on the indoor unit is off.
• The indoor unit has not been wired for power supply.
No display
• Incorrect wiring for the remote controller wiring, the
transmission wiring, and/or the FORCED OFF wiring.
• The remote controller wiring is cut.
• If “U3” is lit up, the malfunction code shows the test operation has not been performed yet.
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RZR18PVJU / RZR24PVJU / RZR30PVJU / RZQ18PVJU9 / RZQ24PVJU9 /
RZQ30PVJU
SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioners
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS ........................................... 1
INTRODUCTION ............................................................... 3
BEFORE INSTALLATION .................................................. 4
SELECTION OF INSTALLATION LOCATION ................... 4
CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION ........................................ 8
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK ....................................... 9
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK ............................................ 12
CHECKS AFTER COMPLETION OF WORK .................. 15
TEST RUN PROCEDURE............................................... 15
CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS ........................ 17
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS for Installation”
carefully before installing air conditioning equipment. After
completing the installation, make sure that the unit operates
properly during the startup operation.
Instruct the customer on how to operate and maintain the unit.
Inform customers that they should store this Installation Manual with the Operation Manual for future reference.
Always use a licensed installer or contractor to install this
product. Improper installation can result in water or refrigerant
leakage, electrical shock, fire, or explosion.
Meanings of DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, and NOTE
Symbols:
DANGER ................ Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING .............. Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION ............... Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
It may also be used to alert against
unsafe practices.
NOTE ..................... Indicates situations that may result in
equipment or property-damage
accidents only.
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DANGER
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and replaces oxygen.
A massive leak can lead to oxygen depletion, especially
in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could occur
leading to serious injury or death.
• Do not ground units to water pipes, gas pipes, telephone wires, or lightning rods as incomplete grounding
can cause a severe shock hazard resulting in severe
injury or death. Additionally, grounding to gas pipes
could cause a gas leak and potential explosion causing
severe injury or death.
• If refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the
area immediately. Refrigerant gas may produce toxic
gas if it comes in contact with fire. Exposure to this gas
could cause severe injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the
refrigerant gas does not leak throughout the system.
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials
are present due to risk of explosions that can cause
serious injury or death.
• Safely dispose all packing and transportation materials
in accordance with federal/state/local laws or ordinances. Packing materials such as nails and other metal or
wood parts, including plastic packing materials used for
transportation may cause injuries or death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Only qualified personnel must carry out the installation
work. Installation must be done in accordance with this
installation manual. Improper installation may result in
water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
• When installing the unit in a small room, take measures
to keep the refrigerant concentration from exceeding
allowable safety limits. Excessive refrigerant leaks, in
the event of an accident in a closed ambient space, can
lead to oxygen deficiency.
• Use only specified accessories and parts for installation
work. Failure to use specified parts may result in water
leakage, electric shocks, fire, or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong
enough that it can withstand the weight of the unit. A
foundation of insufficient strength may result in the unit
falling and causing injuries.
• Take into account strong winds, typhoons, or earthquakes when installing. Improper installation may result
in the unit falling and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried
out by qualified personnel according to local, state, and
national regulations. An insufficient power supply
capacity or improper electrical construction may lead to
electric shocks or fire.
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, that specified wires
are used, and that no external forces act on the terminal
connections or wires. Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
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• When wiring, position the wires so that the control box
cover can be securely fastened. Improper positioning of
the control box cover may result in electric shocks, fire, or
the terminals overheating.
• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Be sure to install a ground fault circuit interrupter if one
is not already available. This helps prevent electrical
shocks or fire.
• Securely fasten the outdoor unit terminal cover (panel).
If the terminal cover/panel is not installed properly, dust
or water may enter the outdoor unit causing fire or
electric shock.
• When installing or relocating the system, keep the
refrigerant circuit free from substances other than the
specified refrigerant (R410A) such as air. Any presence
of air or other foreign substance in the refrigerant circuit can cause an abnormal pressure rise or rupture,
resulting in injury.
• Do not change the setting of the protection devices. If
the pressure switch, thermal switch, or other protection
device is shorted and operated forcibly, or parts other
than those specified by Daikin are used, fire or explosion may occur.
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CAUTION
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers. Touching a
switch with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Do not allow children to play on or around the unit to
prevent injury.
• Do not touch the refrigerant pipes during and immediately after operation as the refrigerant pipes may be hot
or cold, depending on the condition of the refrigerant
flowing through the refrigerant piping, compressor, and
other refrigerant cycle parts. Your hands may suffer
burns or frostbite if you touch the refrigerant pipes. To
avoid injury, give the pipes time to return to normal
temperature or, if you must touch them, be sure to wear
proper gloves.
• Heat exchanger fins are sharp enough to cut.
To avoid injury wear glove or cover the fins when working around them.
• Install drain piping to proper drainage. Improper drain
piping may result in water leakage and property damage.
• Insulate piping to prevent condensation.
• Be careful when transporting the product.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping
operation. Always wait for at least 5 minutes before
turning off the power. Otherwise, water leakage may
occur.
• Do not use a charging cylinder. Using a charging cylinder may cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
• Refrigerant R410A in the system must be kept clean,
dry, and tight.
(a) Clean and Dry -- Foreign materials (including mineral
oils such as SUNISO oil or moisture) should be
prevented from getting into the system.
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(b) Tight -- R410A does not contain any chlorine, does
not destroy the ozone layer, and does not reduce the
earth’s protection again harmful ultraviolet radiation.
R410A can contribute to the greenhouse effect if it is
released. Therefore take proper measures to check
for the tightness of the refrigerant piping installation.
Read the chapter Refrigerant Piping Work and follow
the procedures.
Since R410A is a blend, the required additional refrigerant must be charged in its liquid state. If the refrigerant
is charged in a state of gas, its composition can change
and the system will not work properly.
The indoor unit is for R410A. See the catalog for indoor
models that can be connected. Normal operation is not
possible when connected to other units.
Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance
can be shorter than expected in rooms with electronic
fluorescent lamps (inverter or rapid start types). Install
the indoor unit far away from fluorescent lamps as
much as possible.
Indoor units are for indoor installation only. Outdoor
units can be installed either outdoors or indoors.
Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations:
(a) Where a mineral oil mist or oil spray or vapor is
produced, for example, in a kitchen.
Plastic parts may deteriorate and fall off or result in
water leakage.
(b) Where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is
produced.
Corroding copper pipes or soldered parts may result
in refrigerant leakage.
(c) Near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of
the control system and cause the unit to malfunction.
(d) Where flammable gas may leak, where there is carbon fiber, or ignitable dust suspension in the air, or
where volatile flammables such as thinner or gasoline are handled. Operating the unit in such conditions can cause a fire.
Take adequate measures to prevent the outdoor unit
from being used as a shelter by small animals. Small
animals making contact with electrical parts can cause
malfunctions, smoke, or fire. Instruct the customer to
keep the area around the unit clean.
NOTE
• Install the power supply and control wires for the indoor
and outdoor units at least 3.5 feet away from televisions
or radios to prevent image interference or noise.
Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5 feet
may not be sufficient to eliminate the noise.
• Dismantling the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and
additional parts must be done in accordance with the
relevant local, state, and national regulations.
• Do not use the following tools that are used with conventional refrigerants: gauge manifold, charge hose,
gas leak detector, reverse flow check valve, refrigerant
charge base, vacuum gauge, or refrigerant recovery
equipment.
• If the conventional refrigerant and refrigeration oil are
mixed in R410A, the refrigerant may deteriorate.
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• This air conditioner is an appliance that should not be
accessible to the general public.
• The wall thickness of field-installed pipes should be
selected in accordance with the relevant local, state,
and national regulations.
〈Safety Precaution〉
The PCI Data Station is a class A product. In a domestic
environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
2.
INTRODUCTION
2-1 Standard operation limit
The figures below assume following operating conditions for
indoor and outdoor units:
Equivalent pipe length ................25 ft.
Level difference ..........................0 ft.
Cooling
Heating
A
<c>
115
C
60
<b>
50
95
43
41
<a>
2-2 Technical specifications
(∗<a> and ∗<b> in the table indicate the operating condition
(shown in the left figure).)
Model
Refrigerant
Power
[FAQ] Wall mounted
Cooling (MBh)
Heating (MBh) (RZQ only)
[FCQ] Ceiling mounted
Cooling (MBh)
Heating (MBh) (RZQ only)
[FHQ] Ceiling Suspended
Cooling (MBh)
Heating (MBh) (RZQ only)
(RZQ only)
[FTQ] Air Handling Unit
Cooling (MBh)
Heating (MBh)
Dimensions
(inch)
H ×W × D
Weight
(lb.)
Connections
(inch)
Gas
(inch)
Liquid
RZQ18PVJU RZQ24PVJU RZQ30PVJU
RZR18PVJU RZR24PVJU RZR30PVJU
Precaution
R410A
208/230V 60Hz
18.0
20.0
24.0
26.0
–
–
∗<a>
∗<b>
18.0
20.0
24.0
27.0
30.0
34.0
∗<a>
∗<b>
18.0
20.0
24.0
27.0
30.0
34.0
∗<a>
∗<b>
18.0
20.0
24.0
26.0
–
–
∗<a>
∗<b>
30-5/16 × 35 7/16 × 12 5/8
150
5/8
3/8
2-3 Electrical specifications
5
23
50
B
57 67
77
82
0
50
59
70
81
D
(∗<c> in the table indicate the operating condition (shown in
the left figure).)
RZQ18PVJU RZQ24PVJU RZQ30PVJU
Precaution
RZR18PVJU RZR24PVJU RZR30PVJU
Model
A
B
C
D
Outdoor temperature (°FDB)
Indoor temperature (°FWB)
Outdoor temperature (°FWB)
Indoor temperature (°FDB)
Range for continuous operation
Range for pull down operation
Range for warming up operation
Range for operation
Power
Phase
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Voltage
(%)
tolerance
Max.Overcurrent
(A)
Protective device
Min. Circuit Amps. (A)
Compressor
Phase
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
~
60
208/230
±10
20
∗<c>
16.5
3~
60
208/230
2-4 Accessories
Confirm that the following accessories are supplied.
Clamp
Cover
(Handle)
Insulation tube
(Large-1) (Large-2) (Small-1) (Small-2)
(1 pc.)
(2 pcs.)
(1 pc.)
(2 pcs.)
Screw
Conduit mounting plate
(1 pc.)
(2 pcs.)
(1 pc.)
Others
• Installation manual
3
(2 pcs.)
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2-5 Main components
For main components and function of the main components,
refer to the Engineering Data Book.
3.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
〈Bringing-in〉
Bring in the outdoor unit slowly by holding the lugs provided on
the left and right sides as shown in the figures below.
(Take care so that hands and objects do not touch the fin on
the rear.)
Discharge grille
• If strong wind whose velocity is 11 mph or more blows
to the outdoor unit from the air outlet side, the air flow
rate of the outdoor unit is reduced, the outlet air is
sucked again (short-circuit), and the following effect may
be caused:
• The capacity is deteriorated.
• The adhered frost increases during heating operation.
• The operation is stopped by pressure rise.
• If excessive strong wind continuously blows from the air
outlet side of the outdoor unit, the fan may rotate in the
reverse direction at high speed, and lead to damage.
Install the outdoor unit in reference to the following
figures.
• Position the air outlet side toward the building wall,
fence or windbreak screen.
Lug
Suction
grille
Outdoor unit
(Secure the space for installation and servicing.)
• Let the air outlet direction face be at right angles to the
wind direction.
(Front view)
(Rear view)
If the suction hole area on the side of the casing
is held, the casing may be deformed. Make sure
to hold the corner.
Make sure to use accessories and specified specification
parts in the installation work.
4.
SELECTION OF INSTALLATION LOCATION
The refrigerant R410A itself is nontoxic, nonflammable
and safe. If the refrigerant should leak however, its concentration may exceed the allowable limit depending on
room size. Due to this it could be necessary to take measures against leakage. Refer to the chapter “Caution for
refrigerant leaks”.
(1) Select a proper location satisfying the following requirements with approval of the customer.
• Sufficient ventilation is secured.
• Adjacent houses are not annoyed.
• The foundation is strong enough to support the weight
and withstand vibrations of the outdoor unit, and the
location is safe and allows horizontal installation.
• The outdoor unit is exposed to rain as less as possible.
• The space for installation and servicing is secured
around the outdoor unit.
• The indoor/outdoor piping length and wiring length are
within the allowable range.
Strong wind
Strong wind
Air outlet
(3) When installing the outdoor unit in a location with
heavy snowfall, pay special attention to the following
items:
• Prepare strong foundation.
• Attach the snow hood (optional accessory).
• Remove the suction grill on the rear so that snow will
not be accumulated in the rear fin.
(4) When there is a possibility of short-circuit depending
on the ambient situation, use the wind direction adjusting plate (optional accessory).
(5) The inverter type air conditioner may cause noise in
electric products.
When selecting an installation location, keep sufficient distance from the air conditioner units and
wiring to radios, personal computers, stereos, etc. as
shown in the figure below.
In areas with weak electric waves, keep a distance of
120 in. or more from the indoor remote controller, etc.,
put the power cables and connection cables in conduit tubes, and ground the conduit tubes.
(2) When installing the outdoor unit in a location affected
by strong wind, pay special attention to the following
items.
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Branch switch
and overcurrent
protective device
Branch switch
and overcurrent
protective device
re
40 or more
Indoor remote
controller
4 0 o r mo
ore
60 or m
Indoor unit
(2) When two or more outdoor units are installed side
by side
• When an obstruction is present on the both sides
40
or
mo
re
ore
60 or m
ore
m
or
60
re
8o
(in.)
rm
Installation place (unit: inch)
〈Cautions on continuous installation〉
• The connection piping outlet direction in the continuous
installation shown in the figures below is frontward or downward.
• When routing the piping rearward, secure space of 10 in. or
more on the right side of the outdoor unit. (The unit of numeric values below is “inch”.)
• Make some space for wiring with conduit and servicing
between the units.
• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
• When an obstruction is present also on the air inlet
side
20
ess
or l
40 or more
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to risk of explosion resulting in serious injury or
death.
• Refrigerant is heavier than air and replaces oxygen. A
massive leak could lead to oxygen depletion , especially in
basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could occur leading
to serious injury or death.
mo
ore
rm
4o
• When an obstruction is present also on the air inlet
side and both sides
20
(A) When an obstruction is present on the air inlet side
6o
ess
or l
40 or more
DANGER
or
12
ore
rm
• When the upward area is open
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
• When an obstruction is present only on the air inlet
side
ore
6o
ore
rm
6o
rm
ore
(2) When two or more outdoor units are installed side
by side
• When an obstruction is present also on the air inlet
side and both sides
20
ess
or l
40 or more
ore
rm
4o
• When an obstruction is present on the both sides
40
or m
ore
ore
8o
rm
4o
rm
ore
ore
12
or m
ore
4o
rm
rm
ore
5
4o
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• When the upward area is open
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
L
(B) When an obstruction is present on the air outlet side
• When the upward area is open
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
ore
rm
ore
20
or m
ore
L>H
or m
(2) When two or more outdoor units are installed side
by side
H
L
(2) When two or more outdoor units are installed side
by side
20
4o
ore
ore
or m
40
L>H
• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
s
r les
or m
s
r les
L
40 or more
20 o
ore
or m
ore
H
20
or m
• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
40 or more
20 o
ore
40
12
(2) When two or more outdoor units are installed side
by side
s
r les
40 or more
20 o
10
or m
A
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as
shown in the table below.
L≤H
H<L
L
A
0 < L ≤ 1/2H
30
1/2H < L ≤ H
40
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
NOTE
ore
40
or m
• Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does
not bypass there.
(C) When an obstruction is present on both the air inlet
and air outlet sides
<Pattern 1>
When an obstruction on the air outlet side is higher than the
outdoor unit (There is no restriction in the height of obstruction
on the air inlet side.)
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• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
s
r les
20
ess
or l
L
L
H
40 or more
20 o
40 or more
(2) When only two outdoor units are installed side by
side
ore
H
o
40
1
A
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as
shown in the table below.
L≤H
H<L
ore
A
rm
rm
2o
L
A
0 < L ≤ 1/2H
40
1/2H < L ≤ H
50
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as
shown in the table below.
L≤H
H<L
L
A
0 < L ≤ 1/2H
4
1/2H < L ≤ H
8
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
NOTE
• Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does
not bypass there.
(2) When only two outdoor units are installed side by
side
<Pattern 2>
When an obstruction on the air outlet side is lower than the
outdoor unit (There is no restriction in the height of obstruction
on the air inlet side.)
• When the upward area is open
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed individually
ess
or l
H
L
H
20
40 or more
NOTE
1. Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does
not bypass there.
2. Only two outdoor units can be installed side by side.
ore
A
rm
L
o
60
ore
rm
ore
4o
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as
shown in the table below.
rm
0o
L>H
2
(2) When two or more outdoor units are installed side
by side
L≤H
H<L
L
A
0 < L ≤ 1/2H
10
1/2H < L ≤ H
12
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
H
L
NOTE
ore
1. Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does
not bypass there.
2. Only two outdoor units can be installed side by side.
A
rm
o
60
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as
shown in the table below.
L
0 < L ≤ 1/2H
1/2H < L ≤ H
7
A
10
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(D) When outdoor units are stacked
(1) When an obstruction is present on the air outlet
side
(2) When two or more outdoor units are installed side
by side
L
Z
4
A
ore
H
m
0 or
ore
40
or m
ore
r
24 o
e
12
mor
rm
60 o
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as
shown in the table below.
NOTE
1. Only two outdoor units can be stacked.
2. About 4 in. is required as the drain piping size for the upper
outdoor unit.
3. Close the area Z (gap between the upper outdoor unit and
the lower outdoor unit) so that the outlet air does not bypass there.
(2) When an obstruction is present on the air inlet side
L≤H
H<L
5.
CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION
• Before installation, confirm the strength and levelness of the
foundation so that vibrations and noise are not generated.
• Fix the outdoor unit securely on a rigid base with foundation
bolts as shown in the foundation drawing below.
(Prepare 4 sets of commercially available M12-type or
equivalent foundation bolts, nuts and washers.)
• Use resin washers to prevent the paint from being scratched
off and rusting.
• The foundation bolts should be protruded by 15/16 in.
(Refer to figure)
4
Z
ore
12
L
A
0 < L ≤ 1/2H
10
1/2H < L ≤ H
12
Installation is not allowed.
or m
Resin
washer
15/16
NOTE
1. Only two outdoor units can be stacked.
2. About 4 in. is required as the drain piping size for the upper
outdoor unit.
3. Close the area Z (gap between the upper outdoor unit and
the lower outdoor unit) so that the outlet air does not bypass there.
(E) When outdoor units are installed in rows (on the rooftop, etc.)
(1) When one outdoor unit is installed in each row
〈〈Drain treatment〉〉
• In a location where drain from the outdoor unit may cause
troubles (for example, where drainage may splash on general passersby), perform the drain piping work using the
drain plug (optional).
• For drain treatment, space of at least 4 in. is required under
the bottom frame of the outdoor unit.
• In the drain piping work, make sure that drainage is discharged securely.
(When routing the piping downward, check for water leakage.)
Air outlet side
24 3/8
r
40 o
English
e
mor
8 or
8 5/8
5 1/2
Bottom view
(unit: inch)
13 3/4
e
mor
11 3/8
ore
rm
80 o
4 5/8
ore
m
4 or
1 7/8
16 5/8
24 1/8
(13 5/8-13 7/8)
5 1/2
Drain hole
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6.
Installation of outdoor unit
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK
Location
CAUTION
Outdoor
<To piping technician>
• Make sure to open the stop valves after finishing the
piping work. (Refer to the table shown in “ 6-7 Additional
refrigerant charge”.)
(Operating the air conditioner with the stop valve shut
may damage the compressor.)
• Use R410A to add refrigerant. (The R410A refrigerant
cylinder has a pink stripe painted around it.)
All field piping must be installed by a licensed refrigeration
technician and must comply with relevant local and national
regulations.
• BRAZING REFRIGERANT PIPING
Do not use flux when brazing copper-to copper refrigerant
piping.
(Particularly for the HFC refrigerant piping) Therefore, use
the phosphor copper brazing filler metal (BCuP) which does
not require flux.
(Flux has an extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping
systems. For instance, if chlorine based flux is used, it will
cause pipe corrosion. Flux containing fluorine will damage
refrigeration oil.)
Indoor
Working period
1 month or more
Less than 1 month
Regardless of period
Protection method
Pinch pipes
Pinch or tape pipes
6-3 Piping connection
• For handling of stop valves, refer to “Stop valve operation method” in “6-7 Additional refrigerant charge”.
• Only use the flare nuts attached to the stop valves.
Using different flare nuts may cause the refrigerant to
leak.
• Be sure to perform a nitrogen blow when brazing.
(Brazing without performing nitrogen replacement or releasing
nitrogen into the piping will create large quantities of oxidized
film inside the pipes, adversely affecting valves and compressor
in the refrigerating system and preventing normal operation.)
DANGER
• Use of oxygen could cause an explosion resulting in severe
injury or death. Only use nitrogen gas.
• Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact
with fire such as from a fan heater, stove or cooking device.
Exposure to this gas could cause severe injury or death.
NOTE
• Maximum piping length between the outdoor and indoor unit:
Indoor unit
Max. piping length
FAQ
FCQ
FHQ
164 ft.
FTQ
98 ft.
• Installation tools:
Make sure to use installation tools (gauge manifold charge
hose, etc.) that are exclusively used for R410A installations
to withstand the pressure and to prevent foreign materials
(e.g. mineral oils such as SUNISO and moisture) from
mixing into the system.
(The screw specifications differ for R410A and R407C.)
Vacuum pump (use a 2-stage vacuum pump with a nonreturn valve):
1. Make sure the pump oil does not flow oppositely into the
system while the pump is not working.
2. Use a vacuum pump which can evacuate to –14.6 psi.
6-1 Selection of piping material
1. Foreign materials inside pipes (including oils for fabrication)
must be 0.14gr/10ft. or less.
2. Use the following material specification for refrigerant
pipping:
• Construction material: Phosphoric acid deoxidized seamless copper for refrigerant.
• Size: liquid pipe: φ3/8"
gas pipe: φ5/8"
NOTE
• When brazing with blowing nitrogen, set the nitrogen pressure to 2.9 psi or less by using a pressure reducing valve.
Refrigerant
piping
Location to
be brazed
Regulator
Nitrogen
Taping
Manual valve
Nitrogen
CAUTION
• Do not use anti-oxidants when brazing.
Residue can clog pipes and break the unit.
Do not let any refrigerant other than the specified refrigerant
enter the refrigerant system.
Do not let any gas such as air enter the refrigerant system.
〈Precautions when connecting the piping〉
• See the following table for flare dimensions.
• When connecting the flare nuts, apply refrigeration oil to the
inside of the flares and turn them three or four times at first.
(Use ester oil or ether oil.)
• See the following table for tightening torque. (Applying too
much torque may cause the flares to crack.)
• After connecting all the piping perform a gas leak check by
using nitrogen.
6-2 Protection of piping
• Protect the piping to prevent moisture and dusts from coming into the piping.
• Especially, pay attention when passing the piping through a
hole or connecting the end of piping to the outdoor.
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Tightening
torque (ft·lbf)
Flare dimension
A (in.)
φ3/8”
24.1 - 29.4
0.504 - 0.520
φ5/8”
45.6 - 55.6
0.760 - 0.776
Cautions on connecting the connection piping
Flare shape (in.)
R0.016
~0.031
A
90°± 2°
45°
±
2°
Pipe size
Ester oil or ether oil
• If you are obliged to install the unit without a torque wrench,
you may follow the installation method mentioned below.
After the work is finished, make sure to check that there is
no gas leak.
• When you keep on tightening the flare nut with a spanner,
there is a point where the tightening torque suddenly increases.
From that position, further tighten the flare nut the angle
shown below.
Pipe size
φ3/8”
φ5/8”
Tightening angle
(Guideline)
60°~90°
30°~60°
Recommended arm
length of tool (in.)
Approx. 7 7/8
Approx. 11 13/16
Disposal requirements
Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and
eventual other parts should be comply the relevant local and
national regulations.
• When it is expected that water condensed in the stop valve
will reach the indoor unit through the gap between the heat
insulating material and the piping (for example, when the
outdoor unit is installed in a higher position than the indoor
unit), take proper action such as caulking the connection
area.
[Measures to prevent invasion of small creatures and litter]
• Block all gaps in the piping penetration areas with putty or
heat insulating material (arranged in the local field) as
shown in the figure below.
(If small creatures such as insects or litter enter the outdoor
unit, a short-circuit may be caused inside the control box.)
Putty or heat
insulating material
(arranged in local field)
6-5 Heat insulation of piping
• Make sure to insulate the field piping (on both the liquid line
and gas line) and refrigerant branching kit.
(If they are not insulated, water leakage may be caused.)
"ESURETOUSEINSULATIONTHATISDESIGNEDFORUSEWITH
(6!#3YSTEMS
• Reinforce the refrigerant piping according to the installation
environment. If it is not reinforced, condensate may form on
the surface of the insulation.
6-4 Refrigerant piping work procedure
The field piping can be connected in three directions.
Front
panel
Piping cover
WARNING
• Make sure to insulate the field piping up to the piping connection area inside the unit. If the piping is exposed, dew
condensation and burn by contact may be caused.
Screw for
front panel
Front direction
Screw for piping
cover (front)
Downward
direction
Lateral
direction
When connecting the piping downward, remove the knockout hole by making four holes in the middle on the each side
of the knockout hole with a drill.
6-6 Airtight test and vacuum drying
The unit has been checked for leaks by the manufacturer.
Confirm that the valves are firmly closed before airtight test or
vacuumdrying.
To prevent entry of any impurities and insure sufficient pressure resistance, always use the special tools dedicated for
R410A.
Drill
Middle on the side
Knockout hole
Slit
Field piping
Slit
Bottom frame
Then cut out the corner of the bottom frame along the slits (in
two positions) by using a hacksaw.
After removing the parts, it is recommended to apply repair
paint on the edges, to prevent rusting.
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Perform the following inspections securely after the
piping work.
• Airtight test - Make sure to use nitrogen gas. (For the
service port position, refer to the figure in “Stop valve
operation method”.)
[Procedure] Pressurize the air conditioner from the liquid
pipe and gas pipe up to 450 psi (Make sure not to exceed
450 psi). When the pressure does not drop for 24 hours, the
piping work shall be accepted.
If the pressure drops, check for leakage positions. (Confirm
that there is no leakage, then release nitrogen.)
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• Vacuum drying - Use a vacuum pump which can evacuate
up to –14.6 psi or less.
[Procedure] Operate the vacuum pump for evacuation for
2 hours or more using both liquid pipe and gas pipe until the
vacuum pressure reaches –14.6 psi or less. Leave the air
conditioner at –14.6 psi or less for 1 hour or more, and
confirm that the vacuum pressure indicated by the vacuum
gage does not increase.
(If the vacuum pressure increases, the system may contain
moisture or have leakage.)
If there is a possibility of moisture remaining in the piping
(for example, when there is a possibility of dew condensation
inside the piping because the piping work was performed in
the rainy season or over a long period of time, or when rainwater may have entered the piping during the work)
Perform evacuation described above for 2 hours (vacuum
drying), pressurize the air conditioner up to 7 psi (vacuum
break) with nitrogen gas, then evacuate the air conditioner
using the vacuum pump for 1 hour to achieve –14.6 psi or less
(vacuum drying).
(If the vacuum pressure does not reach –14.6 psi or less even
after evacuation for 2 hours or more, repeat vacuum break and
vacuum drying.) Leave the air conditioner in the vacuum status
for 1 hour or more, and confirm that the vacuum pressure
indicated by the vacuum gauge does not increase.
6-7 Additional refrigerant charge
WARNING
• To avoid injury always use protective gloves and eye protection when charging refrigerant.
• To avoid injury do not charge with unsuitable substances.
Use only the appropriate refrigerant.
• Charge the refrigerant to the liquid pipe in its liquid state.
Since R410A is a mixed refrigerant, its composition changes
if charged in a state of gas and normal system operation
would no longer be assured.
• Before filling, check whether the tank has a siphon attached
or not.
How to fill a tank with a siphon attached.
Fill with the tank upright.
There is a siphon tube
inside, so there is no need
to turn the tank upside-down.
Other ways of filling the tank
Fill with the tank upside-down.
• After the vacuum drying is finished, charge the additional
refrigerant in its liquid state through the liquid stop valve
service port.
Taking into account following instructions:
1. Check that gas and liquid stop valves are closed.
2. Charge the specified amount of refrigerant.
• If the outdoor unit is not in operation and the total amount
cannot be charged, follow the procedures for additional
refrigerant charge shown below.
• Make sure to use installation tools you exclusively use on
R410A installations to withstand the pressure and to prevent
foreign materials from mixing into the system.
• Procedures for charging additional refrigerant.
Pressure
reducing
valve
R410A
Additional charging
Liquid piping length
amount =
× 0.036 +
(lb.)
(ft.)×0.036
Additional charging
depended on type
of indoor unit
A (lb.)
Indoor unit
FAQ
FCQ
FHQ
FTQ
Additional charging
A (lb.)
0
1.54
Cylinder
• This outdoor unit is factory charged with refrigerant.
• Charge the additional refrigerant calculated by the formula
below.
Nitrogen
• Refrigerant cannot be charged until field wiring has been
completed.
Refrigerant may only be charged after performing the airtight test and the vacuum drying (see above).
When charging refrigerant into the system, take care that its
maximum allowable charge is never exceeded, in view of the
danger of liquid hammer.
Refrigerant containers shall be opened slowly.
To avoid compressor breakdown, do not charge the refrigerant more than the specified amount to raise the condensing
pressure.
(Siphon system)
NOTE
Outdoor unit
Liquid line
Dotted lines
represent
field piping
Gas line
Indoor unit
Valve A
Stop valve service port
Weighing
scale
Vacuum pump
Charge hose
See the “Cautions on service” label on the back of the front
panel for the settings for operation after replenishing refrigerant.
1. Open the gas line stop valve (leaving the liquid line stop
valve, valve A in the diagram above, close) and perform the
operation to add the refrigerant.
2. Once the appropriate amount of refrigerant is in, press the
confirmation button (BS3) on the outdoor unit PC board
(A2P), and stop operation.
3. Open the stop valves quickly (both liquid and gas line
valves).
(This must be done quickly to avoid the possibility that the
pipe might burst.)
Record the additional amount to the label stuck on the back of
front panel.
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[Stop valve operation method]
Prepare hexagon wrenches (whose size is 4 mm and 6 mm).
Stop valve operation
Cautions on handling the stop valve
• The figure below shows the name of each part required in
handling the stop valve. At the time of shipment, the stop
valve is closed.
Service port
Valve stem
Valve cap
Silicon sealant
(Take care not to generate cavity.)
Field piping
connection part
How to open the stop valve
1. Insert a hexagon wrench into the valve stem, and turn the
valve stem counterclockwise.
2. When the valve stem cannot be turned any more, stop
turning. Now, the valve is open.
How to close the stop valve
1. Insert a hexagon wrench into the valve stem, and turn the
valve stem clockwise.
2. When the valve stem cannot be turned any more, stop
turning. Now, the valve is closed.
Opening direction
Opening direction
<Liquid line>
<Gas line>
• If only a torque wrench is used to loosen or tighten the flare
nut, the side plate may be distorted. Make sure to fix the
stop valve with a spanner, then loosen or tighten the flare
nut with a torque wrench.
7.
Spanner
Torque
wrench
Spanner prohibition
to valve cap and
body part
Stop valve of two
hangs structure
Torque
wrench
Stop valve of one
hang structure
• When it is expected that the operating pressure will be low
(for example, when cooling will be performed while the
outside air temperature is low), seal sufficiently the flare nut
in the stop valve on the gas line with silicon sealant to
prevent freezing.
Cautions on handling the valve cap
• The valve is sealed in the arrow area. Take care not to
damage the arrow area.
DANGER
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or
lightning rods because incomplete grounding could cause a
severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death, and
to gas pipes because a gas leak could result in an explosion
which could lead to severe injury or death.
WARNING
• Disconnect all power to unit to avoid possible electric shock
during installation.
• Use only specified wire and connect wires to terminals
tightly. Be careful that wires do not place external stress on
terminals. Keep wires in neat order so as to not to obstruct
other equipment. Incomplete connections could result in
overheating, and in worse cases, electric shock or fire.
For the details, refer to “7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure”.
CAUTION
Valve cap
Stop valve
(valve cap attachment area)
• After handling the valve, make sure to tighten the valve cap
securely.
Liquid line
10.0~12.2 ft·lbf
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
Gas line
16.6~20.3 ft·lbf
<To electrician>
• Do not operate the air conditioner until the refrigerant piping
work is completed.
(Operating the air conditioner before the refrigerant piping
work is completed may damage the compressor.)
• Install a ground fault circuit interrupter.
(The inverter is provided in the air conditioner. In order to
prevent malfunction of the ground fault circuit interrupter
itself, use a breaker resistant to higher harmonics.)
Cautions on handling the service port
• Use charge hose equipped with push in the work.
• After the work, make sure to tighten the valve cap securely.
Tightening torque.....8.5~10.3 ft·lbf
English
• Electricians having sufficient knowledge should perform the
electric wiring work.
All wiring must comply with local electrical codes and National Electrical Code (NEC).
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• Perform the electric wiring work in accordance with the
“electric wiring diagram label”.
Make sure to turn OFF the branch switch and overcurrent
protective device before starting the work.
• Perform grounding to the indoor unit and outdoor unit.
• Use only copper wires.
• Make sure to turn the power off before starting the electric
wiring work.
Do not turn ON any switch until the work is completed.
• The outdoor unit has an inverter which generates noise and
charges the outer casing with the leakage current. The
outdoor unit should be grounded so that the effect of the
generated noise on other equipment can be reduced, and
that the outer casing can be discharged.
• As this unit is equipped with an inverter, installing a phase
advancing capacitor will not only reduce the power factor
improvement factor, but may also cause the capacitor to
overheat due to high-frequency waves. Therefore, never
install a phase advancing capacitor.
• Never push excessive electric wires into the units.
• Protect electric wires with conduit tubes or vinyl tubes so
that they will not be damaged by edges of knockout holes.
• Fix electric wires with clamps as accessories so that they will
not come to contact with pipes and stop valves.
(Refer to “7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure”.)
〈Precautions when knocking out knockout holes〉
• To punch the knockout hole, hit it with a hammer.
• After removing the knockout hole, it is recommended that
the edges should be painted to prevent rusting.
CAUTION
• Use conduit for both the power supply wiring and transmission wiring.
• Outside the unit, make sure to keep the wirings 5 inches
away.
Otherwise, the outdoor unit may be affected by electrical
noise (external noise), and malfunction or fail.
• Be sure to connect the power supply wiring to the terminal
block and secure it as described in “7-3 Power supply wiring
connection procedure”.
• Fix the wiring between the units in accordance with
“7-4 Transmission wiring connection procedure”.
• Secure the wirings with the clamps (accessory) so that do
not touch the piping.
• Make sure the wirings will not be pinched by the front panel,
and close the panel firmly.
• Route the conduit along the unit by using a elbow socket
and so on to prevent it from being stepped on.
7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure
7-1 Connection example of whole system wiring
WARNING
Power
• Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal block for
remote controller wiring as this could damage the entire system.
Ground fault
circuit interrupter
Branch switch
overcurrent
protective device
Outdoor unit
Install a ground fault circuit interrupter.
• It is obliged to install a ground fault circuit interrupter to
prevent electric shock and fire accident.
208/230V
Ground
16V
Power
208/230V
Indoor
unit
16V
Model
Phase and
frequency
Voltage
RZQ18PVJU
RZR18PVJU
RZQ24PVJU
RZR24PVJU
RZQ30PVJU
RZR30PVJU
~ 60Hz
208/230V
Max.Overcurrent Min. Circuit
Protective Device
Amps.
20A
16.5A
Remote
controller
Ground
7-2 Routing power supply wiring and transmission
wiring
Let the power supply wiring with a conduit pass through one of
the knockout holes on the front or side cover, and let the
transmission wiring with a conduit pass through another
knockout hole.
• For protection from uninsulated live parts, thread the power
supply wiring or the transmission wiring through the included
insulating tube and secure it with the included clamp.
Insulating tube
(accessory)
Power supply wiring
Clamp
or
(accessory) Transmission wiring
(3in.)
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CAUTION
• After finishing the electric wiring work, confirm that all the
wirings are connected securely.
Screw
(accessory)
Lock nut
Cover
Cover (Handle)
(accessory)
Conduit
〈〈Precautions when laying power wiring〉〉
• Two electric wires of different thickness cannot be connected
to the power terminal block.
(Slack in the electric wires may generate abnormal heat.)
• Use round pressure terminals with insulting sleeve for
connection to the power terminal block.
If such terminals are not available for unavoidable reasons,
connect an electric wire of the same thickness to each side
as shown in the figure.
Attach insulation sleeve
Conduit mounting
plate (accessory)
Power supply wiring
(including ground wire)
or
Transmission wiring
Stop valve
mounting plate
Power wire
Round pressure terminal
Connect samethickness wiring
to both sides.
It is forbidden
to connect two
to one side.
It is forbidden to
connect wiring of
different thicknesses.
Power supply wiring
(including ground wire)
or
Transmission wiring
Clamp (accessory)
Power supply wiring
Power terminal
block (X1M)
Control terminal
block (X2M)
Transmission wiring
between indoor unit
Insulation tube large
(accessory)
Ground wiring
(yellow/green)
Note
Clamp
(accessory) Be sure to avoid
contact with the
Insulation tube small
sensor and the
(accessory)
filed wiring.
Make sure to observe the following items. If they are not
observed, abnormal heat may be generated by slack in electric
wires, etc.
• For wiring, use the designated power wire and connect
firmly, then secure to prevent outside pressure being exerted
on the terminal board.
• Use an appropriate screwdriver for tightening the terminal
screws.
A screwdriver with a small head will strip the head and make
proper tightening impossible.
• Over-tightening the terminal screws may break them.
• See the table below for tightening torque for the terminal
screws.
M5
M4
M3.5
Tightening torque (ft·lbf)
(Power supply and ground terminal block)
(Shielded ground)
(Transmission wiring terminal block)
1.76 ~ 2.15
0.87 ~ 1.06
0.58 ~ 0.72
How to Insulation tube.
• Use the insulation tube large to cover the power supply
wiring.
Use the insulation tube small to cover the transmission
wiring.
• Joint the insulation tube with the tape and cut off the tube
sticking out of the outdoor unit.
tape
Insulation tube large-1
or
Insulation tube small-1
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Insulation tube large-2
or
Insulation tube small-2
Cut off the sticking out
of the outdoor unit.
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7-4 Transmission wiring connection procedure
• If an excessive force is applied while connecting a cable
to the terminal block on the PC board, the PC board may
be damaged.
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
IN/D OUT/D
F1 F2 F1 F2
L1
L2
5. Piping size and heat insulation:
Refer to “6-1 Selection of piping material”, “6-5 Heat
insulation of piping”.
6. Check of stop valve:
Confirm that the stop valve is open on both the liquid line
and gas line.
7. Record of amount of additional refrigerant:
Record the amount on the label stuck on the back of the
front panel.
8. Measurement of insulation in main power circuit:
• Use the megatester for 500 V.
• Do not use any megatester for low voltage electric circuits
except 230 V.
(Wiring between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit)
Use the conductor
of sheathed wire
(2 wire) (no polarity)
CAUTION
F1 F2
Indoor unit
CAUTION
• For low-noise operation, it is necessary to install the optional
“External control adaptor for outdoor unit”.
For details, see the installation manual attached to the
adaptor.
<To piping technician>
• Make sure to open the stop valve after finishing the piping
work.
(Operating the air conditioner with the stop valve shut may
damage the compressor.)
9.
TEST RUN PROCEDURE
A crankcase heater is mounted for smooth startup. Make
sure to turn on the power 6 hours before starting operation for supplying the power to the crankcase heater.
Caution on the wiring length between units
Make sure to observe the restrictions below. If they are
not observed, transmission error may occur.
Maximum wiring length: 3280 ft.
Cautions on the wiring between units
• Never connect 208/230V to the terminal block for the transmission wiring.
Doing so will break the entire system.
• The transmission wiring from the indoor unit must be connected to the F1/F2 (TO IN/D UNIT) terminals on the PC
board in the outdoor unit.
∗ Make sure to use sheathed two-core cables of AWG18-16 in
the wiring shown above.
∗ All cables used in the wiring between the units should
be procured on the site.
8.
CHECKS AFTER COMPLETION OF
WORK
WARNING
• Make sure to close the front panel before leaving the
outdoor unit in the power ON status.
• To avoid injury, always make sure that the overcurrent
protective device on the power supply panel of the installation is switched off before doing any work.
Cautions before turning on the power
• Put the insulating cover securely onto the control box.
• After turning on the power, check the settings and LED
indicators on the PC board (A1P) in the outdoor unit
through the opening of the insulating cover.
9-1 Power on and check operation
• Make sure to perform the check operation after installation.
(If the air conditioner is operated using the indoor remote
controller without performing the check operation, the malfunction code “U3” is displayed in the indoor remote controller, and normal operation is disabled.)
After completing the work, make sure to confirm the
following items:
1. Connection of drain piping and removal of transport fittings:
Refer to “5. CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION”.
2. Connection of power supply wiring and tightening of screws:
Refer to “7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure”.
3. Connection of transmission wiring and tightening of screws:
Refer to “7-4 Transmission wiring connection procedure”.
4. Freezing connection of refrigerant piping
Refer to “6. REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK”.
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• In the check operation, the status of the outdoor unit is
checked, and incorrect wiring is checked for.
(1) • Close the front panel
of the outdoor unit.
• Turn ON the power to
the outdoor unit and
indoor unit.
Make sure to turn on the
power 6 hours before
Caution starting operation for
supplying the power to
the crankcase heater.
(2) • Open the front panel of the outdoor unit.
• Check the LED on the PC board (A1P
and A2P) in the outdoor unit to see if the
data transmission is performed normally.
A1P
A2P
IND
SLAVE
L.N.O.P.
DEMAND
H3P
H4P
H5P
H6P
H7P
H1P
H2P
Outdoor
unit installed
LED display:
MASTER
MODE
TEST/HWL
SERVICE MONITOR HAP
LED display
(Default
status
before
delivery)
The power is
supplied to the
outdoor unit.
Take due care
during the work to
prevent electric
shock.
9-2 Checks in normal operation
OFF
ON
Blinking
(3) • When performing the
• The power is supplied to the
outdoor unit. Take due care during
low-noise operation
the work to prevent electric shock.
(L.N.O.P.) or demand
• Before using the pushbutton
(DEMAND) operation
switches (BS1 to BS5) for setting,
upon request from the
confirm that the microcomputer
customer, perform the
(SERVICE) monitor is lit.
setting using the
pushbutton switches (BS1 • For the setting method, refer to the
[Cautions on service] label attached
to BS5) on the PC board
on the back of the front panel of the
(A2P) in the outdoor unit.
outdoor unit. (Make sure to write the
• Press each pushbutcontents of setting on the [Cautions
ton switch from the
on service] label.)
opening of the
insulation cover.
(Do not remove the
insulation cover.)
(4) Confirm that the stop
Do not leave any stop
valves are open on both
valve closed.
Caution Otherwise the
the liquid and gas lines. If
they are closed, open them.
compressor will fail.
(5) Press and hold the test
• When leaving the outdoor unit
run button (BS4) for
during the check operation for
5 seconds or more to start
unavoidable reasons, ask another
the check operation.
installation worker to watch the
For the details, refer to the
outdoor unit, or close the front panel.
Check operation procedure • The system operates the check
operation for about 15 minutes
on the [Cautions on
(30 minutes maximum), then stops
service] label.
automatically.
The system can start normal operation
about 5 minutes after the check
operation if the remote controller does
not display any malfunction code.
• During the check operation, the
status under execution is indicated
on the remote controller.
(6) After the check operation, make sure to close the front panel of
the outdoor unit.
English
<Cautions on check operation>
• If the air conditioner is started within about 12 minutes after
the power of the indoor/outdoor unit is turned on, the H2P
indicator lights and the compressor does not run.
Confirm that the LED status is as shown in the table in (2) in
“9-1 Power on and check operation” before starting the air
conditioner.
• The air conditioner may require about 10 minutes maximum
until it can start the compressor after start of operation.
This period of time is required to homogenize the refrigerant
status, and does not indicate any failure.
• The check operation does not provide any means of checking the indoor unit individually. For that purpose, perform the
normal operation using the remote controller after finishing
the check operation.
• The check operation is not available in any other mode such
as the recovery mode.
• Before running a check on the unit, changing the indoor
remote controller settings might cause the error code “UF” to
be displayed and prevent a proper check to be run.
• After finishing the check operation, operate the air conditioner normally.
(Heating is not available if the outside air temperature is
75 °F or more. Refer to the operation manual supplied
together with the unit.) (Heating is only available for RZQ-P
models.)
• Confirm that the indoor and outdoor units are operating
normally.
(If a knocking sound is heard in the liquid compression of
the compressor, stop the air conditioner immediately and
energize the crankcase heater for a sufficient period of time,
then start the operation again.)
• Check to see if cold (or hot) air is coming out of the indoor
unit.
• Press the fan direction button and fan speed control button
on the remote controller to see if the fan is operating normally.
<Cautions for normal operation check>
• Once stopped, the compressor will not start for about
5 minutes even if the “ON/OFF” button on the remote controller is pressed.
• When the system operation is stopped by the remote control, the outdoor unit may continue to operate for a further
3 minutes.
• If the system has not undergone the check operation by the
test run button since it was first installed, a malfunction code
“U3” is displayed.
In this case, perform the check operation by referring to
“9-1 Power on and check operation”.
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When a malfunction code is displayed in the remote
controller
(Check a malfunction code in the remote controller connected
to the indoor unit.)
Malfunction
code
E3
E4
F3
F6
U3
U4
UA
UF
UH
Cause
Solution
The stop valves in
Open the stop valve on both the
the outdoor unit
gas and liquid lines.
remain closed.
Calculate again the required
amount of refrigerant to be charged
The refrigerant is based on the piping length, recover
overcharged.
the refrigerant using the refrigerant
recovery device, then achieve
proper amount of refrigerant.
The stop valves in
Open the stop valve on both the
the outdoor unit
gas side and liquid side.
remain closed.
The operation
mode on the
Set the operation mode on all
remote controller
indoor unit remote controllers to
was changed
“cooling.”
before the check
operation.
• Check whether additional
refrigerant charge has been
finished correctly.
The refrigerant is • Calculate again the required
insufficient.
amount of refrigerant to be
charged based on the piping
length, then charge additionally
proper amount of refrigerant.
Calculate again the required
amount of refrigerant to be charged
The refrigerant is based on the piping length, recover
overcharged.
the refrigerant using the refrigerant
recovery device, then achieve
proper amount of refrigerant.
The check
operation has not Perform the check operation.
performed.
The power is not
Connect correctly the power supply
supplied to the
wiring of the outdoor unit.
outdoor unit.
Improper type of Check the type of indoor unit
indoor unit is
currently connected. If it is not
connected.
proper, replace it with proper one.
The stop valves in
Open the stop valve on both the
the outdoor unit
gas and liquid lines.
remain closed.
The piping and
wiring of the
Confirm that the piping and wiring
indoor unit are
of the indoor unit are connected
not connected
correctly to the outdoor unit.
correctly to the
outdoor unit.
The operation
mode on the
remote controller Set the operation mode on indoor
was changed
unit remote controller to “cooling.”
before the check
operation.
The transmission Connect correctly the transmission
wiring is not
wiring to the F1 and F2 (TO IN/D
connected
UNIT) terminals on the PC board
correctly.
(A1P) in the outdoor unit.
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When nothing is displayed in the remote controller
• There might be a problem with the connection or transmission between the indoor unit and the remote controller.
Check connections, and check for wire breakage.
CAUTION
<To piping technician>
<To electrician>
• After finishing the test run and before using the unit by
customer, confirm that the front panel and screws are
attached securely to the unit.
10. CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and replaces oxygen. A
massive leak could lead to oxygen depletion, especially in
basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could occur leading
to serious injury or death.
(Points to note in connection with refrigerant leaks)
Introduction
The installer and system specialist shall secure safety
against leakage according to local regulations or standards. The following standards may be applicable if local
regulations are not available.
The Split System, like other air conditioning systems, uses
R410A as refrigerant. R410A itself is an entirely safe non-toxic,
non-combustible refrigerant. Nevertheless care must be taken
to ensure that air conditioning facilities are installed in a room
which is sufficiently large. This assures that the maximum
concentration level of refrigerant gas is not exceeded, in the
unlikely event of major leak in the system and this in accordance to the local applicable regulations and standards.
Maximum concentration level
The maximum charge of refrigerant and the calculation of the
maximum concentration of refrigerant is directly related to the
humanly occupied space in to which it could leak.
The unit of measurement of the concentration is lb./ft³ ( the
weight in lb. of the refrigerant gas in 1ft³ volume of the occupied space).
Compliance to the local applicable regulations and standards
for the maximum allowable concentration level is required.
Direction of the refrigerant flow
Room where
refrigerant leak
has occurred
(outflow of all the
refrigerant from
the system)
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Pay a special attention to the place, such as a basement,
etc. where refrigerant can stay, since refrigerant is heavier
than air.
Procedure for checking maximum concentration
Check the maximum concentration level in accordance with
steps 1 to 4 below and take whatever action is necessary to
comply.
1. Calculate the amount of refrigerant (lb.) charged to each
system separately.
amount of refrigerant in the unit
(amount of refrigerant with which the
system is charged
before leaving the
factory)
+
additional charging
amount (amount of
refrigerant added
locally in accordance
with the length or
diameter of the
refrigerant piping and
type of indoor unit)
=
total amount
of refrigerant
(lb.) in the
system
NOTE
• Where a single refrigerant facility is divided into 2 entirely
independent refrigerant systems then use the amount of
refrigerant with which each separate system is charged.
2. Calculate a room volume (ft³)
3. Calculate the refrigerant concentration by using the results
of the calculations in steps 1 and 2 above.
total amount of refrigerant in the
system
volume (ft³) of the room in which there
is an indoor unit installed
≤
maximum concentration
level (lb./ft³)
4. Deal with the situations where the result exceeds the
maximum concentration level.
Where the installation of a facility results in a concentration
in excess of the maximum concentration level then it will be
necessary to revise the system.
Please consult your dealer.
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RZR36PVJU / RZR42PVJU / RZQ36PVJU9 / RZQ42PVJU9
SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioners
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS.................................................. 1
INTRODUCTION...................................................................... 2
BEFORE INSTALLATION........................................................ 3
SELECTION OF INSTALLATION LOCATION......................... 3
CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION.............................................. 7
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK .............................................. 7
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK................................................... 10
CHECKS AFTER COMPLETION OF WORK ........................ 13
TEST RUN PROCEDURE ..................................................... 13
CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS ............................... 15
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS for Installation” carefully
before installing air conditioning equipment. After completing the installation, make sure that the unit operates properly during the startup operation.
Instruct the customer on how to operate and maintain the unit. Inform
customers that they should store this Installation Manual with the Operation Manual for future reference.
Always use a licensed installer or contractor to install this product.
Improper installation can result in water or refrigerant leakage, electrical
shock, fire, or explosion.
Meanings of DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, and NOTE Symbols:
DANGER .................. Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING................. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
CAUTION.................. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
It may also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
NOTE ........................ Indicates situations that may result in
equipment or property-damage accidents
only.
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and replaces oxygen. A massive leak can lead to oxygen depletion, especially in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could occur leading to
serious injury or death.
• Do not ground units to water pipes, gas pipes, telephone wires,
or lightning rods as incomplete grounding can cause a severe
shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death. Additionally,
grounding to gas pipes could cause a gas leak and potential
explosion causing severe injury or death.
• If refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the area
immediately. Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes
in contact with fire. Exposure to this gas could cause severe
injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the refrigerant gas does not leak throughout the system.
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to risk of explosions that can cause serious injury
or death.
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• Safely dispose all packing and transportation materials in
accordance with federal/state/local laws or ordinances. Packing
materials such as nails and other metal or wood parts, including plastic packing materials used for transportation may cause
injuries or death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Only qualified personnel must carry out the installation work.
Installation must be done in accordance with this installation
manual. Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
• When installing the unit in a small room, take measures to keep
the refrigerant concentration from exceeding allowable safety
limits. Excessive refrigerant leaks, in the event of an accident in
a closed ambient space, can lead to oxygen deficiency.
• Use only specified accessories and parts for installation work.
Failure to use specified parts may result in water leakage, electric shocks, fire, or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough that it
can withstand the weight of the unit. A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the unit falling and causing injuries.
• Take into account strong winds, typhoons, or earthquakes
when installing. Improper installation may result in the unit falling and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for
this unit and that all electrical work is carried out by qualified
personnel according to local, state, and national regulations.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical
construction may lead to electric shocks or fire.
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, that specified wires are
used, and that no external forces act on the terminal connections or wires. Improper connections or installation may result
in fire.
• When wiring, position the wires so that the control box cover
can be securely fastened. Improper positioning of the control
box cover may result in electric shocks, fire, or the terminals
overheating.
• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Be sure to install a ground fault circuit interrupter if one is not
already available. This helps prevent electrical shocks or fire.
• Securely fasten the outdoor unit terminal cover (panel). If the
terminal cover/panel is not installed properly, dust or water may
enter the outdoor unit causing fire or electric shock.
• When installing or relocating the system, keep the refrigerant
circuit free from substances other than the specified refrigerant
(R410A) such as air. Any presence of air or other foreign substance in the refrigerant circuit can cause an abnormal pressure rise or rupture, resulting in injury.
• Do not change the setting of the protection devices. If the pressure switch, thermal switch, or other protection device is
shorted and operated forcibly, or parts other than those specified by Daikin are used, fire or explosion may occur.
CAUTION
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers. Touching a switch
with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Do not allow children to play on or around the unit to prevent
injury.
• Do not touch the refrigerant pipes during and immediately after
operation as the refrigerant pipes may be hot or cold, depending on the condition of the refrigerant flowing through the
refrigerant piping, compressor, and other refrigerant cycle
parts. Your hands may suffer burns or frostbite if you touch the
refrigerant pipes. To avoid injury, give the pipes time to return
to normal temperature or, if you must touch them, be sure to
wear proper gloves.
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• Heat exchanger fins are sharp enough to cut.
To avoid injury wear glove or cover the fins when working
around them.
• Install drain piping to proper drainage. Improper drain piping
may result in water leakage and property damage.
• Insulate piping to prevent condensation.
• Be careful when transporting the product.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping operation.
Always wait for at least 5 minutes before turning off the power.
Otherwise, water leakage may occur.
• Do not use a charging cylinder. Using a charging cylinder may
cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
• Refrigerant R410A in the system must be kept clean, dry, and
tight.
(a) Clean and Dry -- Foreign materials (including mineral oils
such as SUNISO oil or moisture) should be prevented from
getting into the system.
(b) Tight -- R410A does not contain any chlorine, does not
destroy the ozone layer, and does not reduce the earth's
protection again harmful ultraviolet radiation. R410A can
contribute to the greenhouse effect if it is released. Therefore take proper measures to check for the tightness of the
refrigerant piping installation. Read the chapter Refrigerant
Piping and follow the procedures.
• Since R410A is a blend, the required additional refrigerant must
be charged in its liquid state. If the refrigerant is charged in a
state of gas, its composition can change and the system will
not work properly.
• The indoor unit is for R410A. See the catalog for indoor models
that can be connected. Normal operation is not possible when
connected to other units.
• Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance can be
shorter than expected in rooms with electronic fluorescent
lamps (inverter or rapid start types). Install the indoor unit far
away from fluorescent lamps as much as possible.
• Indoor units are for indoor installation only. Outdoor units can
be installed either outdoors or indoors.
• Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations:
(a) Where a mineral oil mist or oil spray or vapor is produced,
for example, in a kitchen.
Plastic parts may deteriorate and fall off or result in water
leakage.
(b) Where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is produced.
Corroding copper pipes or soldered parts may result in
refrigerant leakage.
(c) Near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of the
control system and cause the unit to malfunction.
(d) Where flammable gas may leak, where there is carbon fiber,
or ignitable dust suspension in the air, or where volatile
flammables such as thinner or gasoline are handled. Operating the unit in such conditions can cause a fire.
• Take adequate measures to prevent the outdoor unit from being
used as a shelter by small animals. Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause malfunctions, smoke, or
fire. Instruct the customer to keep the area around the unit
clean.
NOTE
• Install the power supply and control wires for the indoor and
outdoor units at least 3.5 feet away from televisions or radios to
prevent image interference or noise.
Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 3.5 feet may not be
sufficient to eliminate the noise.
• Dismantling the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and additional parts must be done in accordance with the relevant local,
state, and national regulations.
• Do not use the following tools that are used with conventional
refrigerants: gauge manifold, charge hose, gas leak detector,
reverse flow check valve, refrigerant charge base, vacuum
gauge, or refrigerant recovery equipment.
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• If the conventional refrigerant and refrigerator oil are mixed in
R410A, the refrigerant may deteriorate.
• This air conditioner is an appliance that should not be accessible to the general public.
• The wall thickness of field-installed pipes should be selected in
accordance with the relevant local, state, and national regulations.
〈Safety Precaution〉
The PCI Data Station is a class A product. In a domestic environment
this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
2.
INTRODUCTION
2-1 Standard operation limit
The figures below assume following operating conditions for indoor and
outdoor units:
Equivalent pipe length ...................... 25 ft.
Level difference ................................ 0 ft.
A
Cooling
Heating
∗ <c>
115
C
60
∗ <b>
50
95
43
41
∗ <a>
5
23
50
A
B
C
D
B
57 67
77
–4
59
50
82
70
81
D
Outdoor temperature (°FDB)
Indoor temperature (°FWB)
Outdoor temperature (°FWB)
Indoor temperature (°FDB)
Range for continuous operation
Range for pull down operation
Range for warming up operation
Range for operation
2-2 Technical specifications
(∗<a> and ∗<b> in the table indicate the operating condition (shown in
the previous figure).)
Model
Refrigerant
Power
[FCQ] Ceiling mounted
Cooling (MBh)
Heating (MBh) (RZQ only)
[FHQ] Ceiling suspended
Cooling (MBh)
Heating (MBh) (RZQ only)
[FTQ] Air handling unit
Cooling (MBh)
Heating (MBh) (RZQ only)
Dimensions
(inch)
H×W×D
(lb.)
Weight
Connections
Gas
(inch)
Liquid
(inch)
RZQ36PVJU9 RZQ42PVJU9
RZR36PVJU RZR42PVJU
Precaution
R410A
208/230V 60Hz
RZQ30PVJU9
–
–
36.0
39.5
40.5
41.5
*<a>
*<b>
–
–
36.0
37.5
40.5
39.5
*<a>
*<b>
30.0
34.0
36.0
40.0
42.0
47.0
*<a>
*<b>
52-15/16 × 35-7/16 × 12-5/8
283
5/8
3/8
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2-3 Electrical specifications
(∗<c> in the table indicates the operating condition (shown in the previous figure).)
Model
RZQ30PVJU9
Power
Phase
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Voltage tolerance (%)
Max. Overcurrent
(A)
Protective device
Min. Circuit Amps. (A)
Compressor
Phase
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
RZQ36PVJU9 RZQ42PVJU9
RZR36PVJU RZR42PVJU
Precaution
~
60
208/230
±10
30
∗<c>
27.0
3~
60
208/230
2-4 Accessories
Confirm that the following accessories are supplied.
Clamp
Insulation tube
Large
Others
Small
• Installation
manual
(6 pcs.)
(1 pc.)
(1 pc.)
2-5 Main components
For main components and function of the main components, refer to the
Engineering Data Book.
3.
SELECTION OF INSTALLATION
LOCATION
The refrigerant R410A itself is nontoxic, nonflammable and safe. If
the refrigerant should leak however, its concentration may exceed
the allowable limit depending on room size. Due to this it could be
necessary to take measures against leakage. Refer to the chapter
“Caution for refrigerant leaks”.
(1) Select a proper location satisfying the following requirements
with approval of the customer.
• Sufficient ventilation is secured.
• Adjacent houses are not annoyed.
• The foundation is strong enough to support the weight and withstand vibrations of the outdoor unit, and the location is safe and
allows horizontal installation.
• The outdoor unit is exposed to rain as less as possible.
• The space for installation and servicing is secured around the outdoor unit.
• The indoor/outdoor piping length and wiring length are within the
allowable range.
(2) When installing the outdoor unit in a location affected by strong
wind, pay special attention to the following items.
• If strong wind whose velocity is 11 mph or more blows to the outdoor unit from the air outlet side, the air flow rate of the outdoor
unit is reduced, the outlet air is sucked again (short-circuit), and
the following effect may be caused:
• The capacity is deteriorated.
• The adhered frost increases during heating operation.
• The operation is stopped by pressure rise.
• If excessive strong wind continuously blows from the air outlet side
of the outdoor unit, the fan may rotate in the reverse direction at
high speed, and lead to damage. Install the outdoor unit in reference to the following figures.
• Position the air outlet side toward the building wall, fence or
windbreak screen.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
<Bringing-in>
Bring in the outdoor unit slowly by holding the lugs provided on the left
and right sides as shown in the figures below.
(Take care so that hands and objects do not touch the fin on the rear.)
Suction
grille
(Secure the space for installation and servicing.)
Discharge grille
• Let the air outlet direction face be at right angles to the wind
direction.
Strong wind
Strong wind
Outdoor unit
(Front view)
Lug
(Rear view)
Air outlet
(3) When installing the outdoor unit in a location with heavy snowfall, pay special attention to the following items:
• Prepare strong foundation.
• Attach the snow hood (optional accessory).
• Remove the suction grill on the rear so that snow will not be accumulated in the rear fin.
(4) When there is a possibility of short-circuit depending on the
ambient situation, use the wind direction adjusting plate
(optional accessory).
If the suction hole area on the side of the casing
is held, the casing may be deformed. Make sure
to hold the corner.
Make sure to use accessories and specified specification parts in the
installation work.
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(5) The inverter type air conditioner may cause noise in electric
products.
When selecting an installation location, keep sufficient distance from the air conditioner unit and wiring to radios, personal computers, stereos, etc. as shown in the figure below.
In areas with weak electric waves, keep a distance of 120 in. or
more from the indoor remote controller, etc., put the power
cables and connection cables in conduit tubes, and ground the
conduit tubes.
Branch switch
and overcurrent
breaker
(2)When two or more outdoor units are installed side by side
• When an obstruction is present on the both sides
40
or
mo
re
Branch switch
and overcurrent
breaker
or
12
ore
mo
• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
• When an obstruction is present also on the air inlet side
20
ess
or l
40 or more
40 or more
60 or m
rm
Indoor remote
controller
40 or mor
e
ore
Indoor unit
re
8o
ore
60 or m
e
60 or mor
(in.)
Installation place (unit: inch)
〈Cautions on continuous installation〉
• The connection piping outlet direction in the continuous installation
shown in the figures below is frontward or downward.
• When routing the piping rearward, secure space of 10 in. or more on
the right side of the outdoor unit. (The unit of numeric values below
is “inch”.)
• Make some space for wiring with conduit and servicing between the
units.
(A) When an obstruction is present on the air inlet side
• When the upward area is open
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
• When an obstruction is present only on the air inlet side
20
6o
ess
or l
rm
ore
6o
ore
rm
6o
rm
ore
(2)When two or more outdoor units are installed side by side
• When an obstruction is present also on the air inlet side and
both sides
20
40
ess
40 or more
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are present
due to risk of explosion resulting in serious injury or death.
• Refrigerant is heavier than air and replaces oxygen. A massive leak
could lead to oxygen depletion , especially in basements, and an
asphyxiation hazard could occur leading to serious injury or death.
ore
rm
4o
• When an obstruction is present also on the air inlet side and
both sides
40 or more
DANGER
or l
or m
ore
re
o
rm
4o
• When an obstruction is present on the both sides
ore
8o
12
rm
ore
or m
(B) When an obstruction is present on the air outlet side
• When the upward area is open
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
4o
rm
ore
ore
4o
rm
rm
ore
4o
ore
20
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(2)When two or more outdoor units are installed side by side
H
L
(2)When two or more outdoor units are installed side by side
ore
40
ore
or m
L>H
ore
• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
or m
or m
40
• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
s
40 or more
r les
20 o
s
r les
40 or more
20 o
L
ore
or m
ore
H
20
12
10
(2)When two or more outdoor units are installed side by side
40 or more
s
r les
20 o
or m
A
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as shown in the
table below.
L
L≤H
H
L
0
A
30
L ≤ 1/2H
40
1/2H L ≤ H
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
NOTE
• Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does not bypass
there.
or m
(2)When only two outdoor units are installed side by side
20 o
s
r les
L
L
H
(C) When an obstruction is present on both the air inlet and air outlet sides
<Pattern 1>
When an obstruction on the air outlet side is higher than the outdoor unit
(There is no restriction in the height of obstruction on the air inlet side.)
• When the upward area is open
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
40 or more
ore
40
ore
H
ore
rm
L>H
ore
20
4o
12
or m
or m
A
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as shown in the
table below.
L
L≤H
H
L
0
L ≤ 1/2H
A
40
50
1/2H L ≤ H
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
NOTE
1. Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does not
bypass there.
2. Only two outdoor units can be installed side by side.
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ess
or l
40 or more
20
L
H
H
<Pattern 2>
When an obstruction on the air outlet side is lower than the outdoor unit
(There is no restriction in the height of obstruction on the air inlet side.)
• When the upward area is open
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
L
L≤H
ore
rm
ore
20
4o
ore
A
rm
0o
or m
6
(2)When two or more outdoor units are installed side by side
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as shown in the
table below.
L
L
H
L≤H
H
L
0
A
10
L ≤ 1/2H
12
1/2H L ≤ H
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
NOTE
ore
A
rm
0o
1. Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does not
bypass there.
2. Only two outdoor units can be installed side by side.
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The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as shown in the
table below.
L
0
A
L ≤ 1/2H
10
L≤H
12
1/2H
(D) When outdoor units are stacked
(1)When an obstruction is present on the air outlet side
Z
ess
40 or more
or l
ore
40
H
20
NOTE
L
ore
A
4
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as shown in the
table below.
L
H
L
0
L ≤ 1/2H
or m
1. Only two outdoor units can be stacked.
2. About 4 in. is required as the drain piping size for the upper outdoor unit.
3. Close the area Z (gap between the upper outdoor unit and the
lower outdoor unit) so that the outlet air does not bypass there.
rm
0o
L≤H
4
• When an obstruction is present also in the upward area
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed individually
(2)When an obstruction is present on the air inlet side
A
4
Z
8
1/2H L ≤ H
Install the frame to achieve “L ≤ H”.
4
NOTE
• Close the area under the frame so that the outlet air does not bypass
there.
ore
12
or m
NOTE
1. Only two outdoor units can be stacked.
2. About 4 in. is required as the drain piping size for the upper outdoor unit.
3. Close the area Z (gap between the upper outdoor unit and the
lower outdoor unit) so that the outlet air does not bypass there.
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(E) When outdoor units are installed in rows (on the rooftop, etc.)
(1)When one outdoor unit is installed in each row
• In the drain piping work, make sure that drainage is discharged
securely.
(When routing the piping downward, check for water leakage.)
Air outlet side
5 1/2
13 3/4
Bottom view
(unit: inch)
ore
rm
80 o
r
40 o
e
mor
m
8 or
(13 5/8-14)
24 3/8
4 5/8
e
mor
8 5/8
4 or
11 3/8
5 1/2
1 3/4
16 5/8
24 1/8
ore
(2)When two or more outdoor units are installed side by side
Drain hole
Transportation metal removal procedure
• A transportation metal in yellow and a washer are provided on the
leg of the compressor for protecting the unit during transport.
Remove them as described below.
Fixing nut Compressor
L
Washer
Sound-proof cover
A
H
ore
ore
120
or m
ore
rm
24 o
Transportation
metal
rm
60 o
The dimensional relationship between H, L and A is as shown in the
table below.
L
L≤H
H
5.
0
L ≤ 1/2H
1/2H
L
A
10
12
L≤H
Installation is not allowed.
CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION
• Before installation, confirm the strength and levelness of the foundation so that vibrations and noise are not generated.
• Fix the outdoor unit securely on a rigid base with foundation bolts as
shown in the foundation drawing below.
(Prepare 4 sets of commercially available M12-type or equivalent
foundation bolts, nuts and washers.)
• Use resin washers to prevent the paint from being scratched off and
rusting.
• The foundation bolts should be protruded by 15/16 in.
(Refer to figure)
Resin
washer
(1) Open the sound-proof cover as shown in the above figure.
At this time, do not pull the sound-proof cover, and do not remove it
from the compressor.
(2) Remove the fixing nut.
(3) Remove the transportation metal and the washer as shown in the
above figure.
(4) Return and tighten the fixing nut again.
(5) Return the sound-proof cover to achieve the former status.
CAUTION
• If the unit is operated with the transportation metal attached, abnormal vibration or sound may be generated.
6.
REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK
CAUTION
15/16
〈〈Drain treatment〉〉
• In a location where drain from the outdoor unit may cause troubles
(for example, where drainage may splash on general passersby),
perform the drain piping work using the drain plug (optional).
• For drain treatment, space of at least 4 in. is required under the bottom frame of the outdoor unit.
7
Turn in the arrow direction
and remove it.
<To piping technician>
• Make sure to open the stop valves after finishing the piping
work. (Refer to the table shown in “ 6-7 Additional refrigerant
charge”.)
(Operating the air conditioner with the stop valve shut may
damage the compressor.)
• Use R410A to add refrigerant. (The R410A refrigerant cylinder has a
pink stripe painted around it.)
All field piping must be installed by a licensed refrigeration technician
and must comply with relevant local and national regulations.
• BRAZING REFRIGERANT PIPING
Do not use flux when brazing copper-to copper refrigerant piping.
(Particularly for the HFC refrigerant piping) Therefore, use the phosphor
copper brazing filler metal (BCuP) which does not require flux.
(Flux has an extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping systems.
For instance, if chlorine based flux is used, it will cause pipe corrosion. Flux containing fluorine will damage refrigerant oil.)
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6-1 Selection of piping material
1. Foreign materials inside pipes (including oils for fabrication) must be
2.
Tightening
Flare dimension A (in.)
torque (ft·lbf)
φ3/8”
24.1 - 29.4
0.504 - 0.520
φ5/8”
45.6-55.6
0.760 - 0.776
0.14gr/10ft. or less.
Use the following material specification for refrigerant piping:
• construction material: Phosphoric acid deoxidized seamless copper for refrigerant.
Flare shape (in.)
R0.016
~0.031
2˚
Pipe size
A
• Maximum piping length between the outdoor and indoor unit is 230ft.
• Installation tools:
Make sure to use installation tools (gauge manifold charge hose,
etc.) that are exclusively used for R410A installations to withstand
the pressure and to prevent foreign materials (e.g. mineral oils such
as SUNISO and moisture) from mixing into the system.
(The screw specifications differ for R410A and R407C.)
Vacuum pump (use a 2-stage vacuum pump with a non-return valve):
1. Make sure the pump oil does not flow oppositely into the system
while the pump is not working.
2. Use a vacuum pump which can evacuate to –14.6 psi.
〈Precautions when connecting the piping〉
• See the following table for flare dimensions.
• When connecting the flare nuts, apply refrigerant oil to the inside and
outside of the flares and turn them three or four times at first.
(Use ester oil or ether oil.)
• See the following table for tightening torque. (Applying too much
torque may cause the flares to crack.)
• After connecting all the piping perform a gas leak check by using
nitrogen.
90˚± 2˚
45˚±
NOTE
Ester or ether oil
6-2 Protection of piping
• Protect the piping to prevent moisture and dusts from coming into the
piping.
• Especially, pay attention when passing the piping through a hole or
connecting the end of piping to the outdoor.
Location
Outdoor
Indoor
Working period
Protection method
1 month or more
Pinch pipes
Less than 1 month
Regardless of period
Pinch or tape pipes
6-3 Piping connection
• For handling of stop valves, refer to “Stop valve operation
method” in “6-7 Additional refrigerant charge”.
• Only use the flare nuts attached to the stop valves.
Using different flare nuts may cause the refrigerant to leak.
• Be sure to perform a nitrogen blow when brazing.
(Brazing without performing nitrogen replacement or releasing nitrogen
into the piping will create large quantities of oxidized film inside the
pipes, adversely affecting valves and compressor in the refrigerating
system and preventing normal operation.)
• If you are obliged to install the unit without a torque wrench, you may
follow the installation method mentioned below.
After the work is finished, make sure to check that there is no gas leak.
• When you keep on tightening the flare nut with a spanner, there is a
point where the tightening torque suddenly increases.
From that position, further tighten the flare nut the angle shown below.
Pipe size
Tightening angle
(Guideline)
Recommended arm
length of tool (in.)
φ 3/8”
60°~90°
Approx. 7 7/8
φ 5/8”
30°~60°
Approx. 11 13/16
Disposal requirements
Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and eventual
other parts should be comply the relevant local and national regulations.
6-4 Refrigerant piping work procedure
The field piping can be connected in four directions.
Front
panel
DANGER
• Use of oxygen could cause an explosion resulting in severe injury or
death. Only use nitrogen gas.
• Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it comes in contact with fire
such as from a fan heater, stove or cooking device. Exposure to this
gas could cause severe injury or death.
Screw for
front panel
Front direction
Screw for piping
cover (front)
NOTE
• When brazing with blowing nitrogen, set the nitrogen pressure to
2.9 psi or less by using a pressure reducing valve.
Refrigerant
piping
Location to
be brazed
Regulator
Piping cover
Rear
direction
Downward
direction
Lateral
direction
When connecting the piping downward, remove the knockout hole by
making four holes in the middle on the each side of the knockout hole
with a drill.
Drill
Middle on the side
Nitrogen
Taping
Manual valve
Knockout hole
Nitrogen
Slit
Field piping
CAUTION
• Do not use anti-oxidants when brazing.
Residue can clog pipes and break the unit.
Do not let any refrigerant other than the specified refrigerant enter
the refrigerant system.
Do not let any gas such as air enter the refrigerant system.
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Slit
Bottom frame
Then cut out the corner of the bottom frame along the slits (in two
positions) by using a hacksaw.
After removing the parts, it is recommended to apply repair paint on
the edges, to prevent rusting.
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Cautions on connecting the connection piping
• Be careful not to let the field piping
come into contact with the compressor terminal cover.
Adjust the height of the insulation
material on liquid pipe when it has
the possibility of getting in contact
with the terminal. Also make sure
that the field piping does not touch
the mounting bolt of the compressor.
• When it is expected that water condensed in the stop valve will reach
the indoor unit through the gap
between the heat insulating material
and the piping (for example, when
the outdoor unit is installed in a
higher position than the indoor unit),
take proper action such as caulking
the connection area.
Liquid piping
Terminal cover
Compressor
Caulking, etc.
Insulation
Bolt
[Measures to prevent invasion of small creatures and litter]
• Block all gaps in the piping penetration areas with putty or heat insulating material (arranged in the local field) as shown in the figure
below.
(If small creatures such as insects or litter enter the outdoor unit, a
short-circuit may be caused inside the control box.)
Putty or heat
insulating material
(arranged in local field)
• Vacuum drying - Use a vacuum pump which can evacuate up to
–14.6 psi or less.
[Procedure] Operate the vacuum pump for evacuation for 2 hours or
more using both liquid pipe and gas pipe until the vacuum pressure
reaches –14.6 psi or less. Leave the air conditioner at –14.6 psi or
less for 1 hour or more, and confirm that the vacuum pressure indicated by the vacuum gage does not increase.
(If the vacuum pressure increases, the system may contain moisture
or have leakage.)
If there is a possibility of moisture remaining in the piping (for
example, when there is a possibility of dew condensation inside the piping because the piping work was performed in the rainy season or over
a long period of time, or when rainwater may have entered the piping
during the work)
Perform evacuation described above for 2 hours (vacuum drying), pressurize the air conditioner up to 7 psi (vacuum break) with nitrogen gas,
then evacuate the air conditioner using the vacuum pump for 1 hour to
achieve –14.6 psi or less (vacuum drying).
(If the vacuum pressure does not reach –14.6 psi or less even after
evacuation for 2 hours or more, repeat vacuum break and vacuum drying.) Leave the air conditioner in the vacuum status for 1 hour or more,
and confirm that the vacuum pressure indicated by the vacuum gauge
does not increase.
6-7 Additional refrigerant charge
WARNING
• To avoid injury always use protective gloves and eye protection when
charging refrigerant.
• To avoid injury do not charge with unsuitable substances. Use only
the appropriate refrigerant.
NOTE
6-5 Heat insulation of piping
• Make sure to insulate the field piping (on both the liquid line and gas
line) and refrigerant branching kit.
(If they are not insulated, water leakage may be caused.)
"ESURETOUSEINSULATIONTHATISDESIGNEDFORUSEWITH(6!#
SYSTEMS
• Reinforce the refrigerant piping according to the installation environment. If it is not reinforced, condensate may form on the surface of
the insulation.
WARNING
• Make sure to insulate the field piping up to the piping connection
area inside the unit. If the piping is exposed, dew condensation and
burn by contact may be caused.
6-6 Airtight test and vacuum drying
The unit has been checked for leaks by the manufacturer.
Confirm that the valves are firmly closed before airtight test or vacuumdrying.
To prevent entry of any impurities and insure sufficient pressure resistance, always use the special tools dedicated for R410A.
Perform the following inspections securely after the piping work.
• Airtight test - Make sure to use nitrogen gas. (For the service port
position, refer to the figure in “Stop valve operation method”.)
[Procedure] Pressurize the air conditioner from the liquid pipe and
gas pipe up to 450 psi (Make sure not to exceed 450 psi). When the
pressure does not drop for 24 hours, the piping work shall be
accepted.
If the pressure drops, check for leakage positions. (Confirm that
there is no leakage, then release nitrogen.)
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• Refrigerant cannot be charged until field wiring has been completed.
Refrigerant may only be charged after performing the airtight test
and the vacuum drying (see above).
When charging refrigerant into the system, take care that its maximum allowable charge is never exceeded, in view of the danger of
liquid hammer.
Refrigerant containers shall be opened slowly.
To avoid compressor breakdown, do not charge the refrigerant more
than the specified amount to raise the condensing pressure.
• This outdoor unit is factory charged with refrigerant.
• Charge the additional refrigerant calculated by the formula below.
Additional charging amount
(lb.)
=
Liquid piping length × 0.036
(ft.)×0.036
Record the additional amount to the label stuck on the back of front
panel.
• Charge the refrigerant to the liquid pipe in its liquid state. Since R410A
is a mixed refrigerant, its composition changes if charged in a state of
gas and normal system operation would no longer be assured.
• Before filling, check whether the tank has a siphon attached or not.
How to fill a tank with a siphon attached.
Fill with the tank upright.
There is a siphon tube
inside, so there is no need
to turn the tank upside-down.
Other ways of filling the tank
Fill with the tank upside-down.
• After the vacuum drying is finished, charge the additional refrigerant
in its liquid state through the liquid stop valve service port.
Taking into account following instructions:
1. Check that gas and liquid stop valves are closed.
2. Charge the specified amount of refrigerant.
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• If the outdoor unit is not in operation and the total amount cannot be
charged, follow the procedures for additional refrigerant charge
shown below.
• Make sure to use installation tools you exclusively use on R410A
installations to withstand the pressure and to prevent foreign materials from mixing into the system.
• Procedures for charging additional refrigerant.
Pressure
reducing
valve
Outdoor unit
Cylinder
Nitrogen
(Siphon system)
R410A
Liquid line
Dotted lines
represent
field piping
Gas line
Indoor unit
[Stop valve operation method]
Prepare hexagon wrenches (whose size is 4 mm and 6 mm).
How to open the stop valve
1. Insert a hexagon wrench into the valve stem, and turn the valve
stem counterclockwise.
2. When the valve stem cannot be turned any more, stop turning.
Now, the valve is open.
How to close the stop valve
1. Insert a hexagon wrench into the valve stem, and turn the valve
stem clockwise.
2. When the valve stem cannot be turned any more, stop turning.
Now, the valve is closed.
Opening direction
Opening direction
<Liquid line>
<Gas line>
Valve A
Stop valve service port
Weighing
scale
Vacuum pump
Charge hose
See the “Cautions on service” label on the back of the front panel for the
settings for operation after replenishing refrigerant.
1. Open the gas line stop valve (leaving the liquid line stop valve, valve
A in the diagram above, close) and perform the operation to add the
refrigerant.
2. Once the appropriate amount of refrigerant is in, press the confirmation button (BS3) on the outdoor unit PC board (A1P), and stop operation.
3. Open the stop valves quickly (both liquid and gas line valves).
(This must be done quickly to avoid the possibility that the pipe might
burst.)
Stop valve operation method
Cautions on handling the valve cap
• The valve is sealed in the arrow area. Take care not to damage the
arrow area.
Valve cap
Stop valve
(valve cap attachment area)
• After handling the valve, make sure to tighten the valve cap securely.
Cautions on handling the stop valve
• The figure below shows the name of each part required in handling the
stop valve. At the time of shipment, the stop valve is closed.
Liquid line
Gas line
10.0~12.2 ft·lbf
16.6~20.3 ft·lbf
Cautions on handling the service port
Service port
Valve stem
Silicon sealant
Valve cap
• Use charge hose equipped with push in the work.
• After the work, make sure to tighten the valve cap securely.
Tightening torque.....8.5~10.3 ft·lbf
(Take care not to generate cavity.)
7.
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
Field piping
connection part
DANGER
• If only a torque wrench is used to loosen or tighten the flare nut, the
side plate may be distorted. Make sure to fix the stop valve with a
spanner, then loosen or tighten the flare nut with a torque wrench.
• Do not ground units to water pipes, telephone wires or lightning rods
because incomplete grounding could cause a severe shock hazard
resulting in severe injury or death, and to gas pipes because a gas leak
could result in an explosion which could lead to severe injury or death.
WARNING
Spanner
Torque
wrench
Spanner prohibition
to valve cap and
body part
Stop valve of two
hangs structure
Torque
wrench
Stop valve of one
hang structure
• Disconnect all power to unit to avoid possible electric shock
during installation.
• Use only specified wire and connect wires to terminals tightly. Be
careful that wires do not place external stress on terminals. Keep
wires in neat order so as to not to obstruct other equipment. Incomplete connections could result in overheating, and in worse cases,
electric shock or fire.
For the details, refer to “7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure”.
• When it is expected that the operating pressure will be low (for example, when cooling will be performed while the outside air temperature
is low), seal sufficiently the flare nut in the stop valve on the gas line
with silicon sealant to prevent freezing.
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7-2 Routing power supply wiring and transmission
wiring
CAUTION
<To electrician>
• Do not operate the air conditioner until the refrigerant piping work is
completed.
(Operating the air conditioner before the refrigerant piping work is
completed may damage the compressor.)
• Install a ground fault circuit interrupter.
(The inverter is provided in the air conditioner. In order to prevent
malfunction of the ground fault circuit interrupter itself, use a breaker
resistant to higher harmonics.)
• Electricians having sufficient knowledge should perform the electrical wiring work.
All wiring must comply with local electrical codes and National Electrical Code (NEC).
• Perform the electric wiring work in accordance with the “wiring diagram label”.
Make sure to turn OFF the branch switch and overcurrent breaker
before starting the work.
• Perform grounding to the indoor unit and outdoor unit.
• Use only copper wires.
• Make sure to turn the power off before starting the electric wiring
work.
Do not turn ON any switch until the work is completed.
• The outdoor unit has an inverter which generates noise and charges
the outer casing with the leakage current. The outdoor unit should be
grounded so that the effect of the generated noise on other equipment can be reduced, and that the outer casing can be discharged.
• As this unit is equipped with an inverter, installing a phase advancing
capacitor will not only reduce the power factor improvement factor,
but may also cause the capacitor to overheat due to high-frequency
waves. Therefore, never install a phase advancing capacitor.
• Never push excessive electric wires into the units.
• Protect electric wires with conduit tubes or vinyl tubes so that they
will not be damaged by edges of knockout holes.
• Fix electric wires with clamps as accessories so that they will not
come to contact with pipes and stop valves.
(Refer to “7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure”.)
7-1 Connection example of whole system wiring
Power
Insulation tube (Large)
(accessory)
Power supply
wiring
Clamp
(accessory)
(5/8in.) (5/8in.)
Ground wire
2in.
or
more
(3in.)
<Transmission wiring>
Insulation tube (Small)
(accessory)
Clamp
(accessory)
Transmission
wiring
(3in.)
Precautions knockout holes
• Open the knockout holes with a hammer or the like.
• After knocking out the holes, we recommend you remove burrs in the
knockout holes and paint the edges and areas around the edges
using the repair paint to prevent rusting.
• When passing wiring through knockout holes, make sure there are
no burrs, and protect the wiring with protective tape.
Burr
If small animals might enter the unit,
block the knockout holes with an
appropriate material (field supply).
CAUTION
208/230V
Ground
16V
Power
208/230V
Indoor
unit
16V
11
<Power supply wiring>
Outdoor unit
Ground fault
circuit interrupter
Branch switch
overcurrent
breaker (fuse)
Ground
Let the power supply wiring and transmission wiring with a conduit pass
through one of the knockout holes on the front or side piping cover, and
let the transmission wiring with a conduit pass through another knockout
hole.
• For protection from uninsulated live parts, thread the power supply
wiring and the transmission wiring through the included insulation
tube and secure it with the included clamp.
Remote
controller
• Use conduit for both the power supply wiring and transmission wiring.
• Outside the unit, make sure to keep the wirings 5 inch away.
Otherwise, the outdoor unit may be affected by electrical noise
(external noise), and malfunction or fail.
• Be sure to connect the power supply wiring to the terminal block and
secure it as described in “7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure”.
• Fix the wiring between the units in accordance with “7-4 Transmission wiring connection procedure”.
• Secure the wirings with the clamps (accessory) so that do not touch
the piping.
• Make sure the wirings will not be pinched by the front panel, and
close the panel firmly.
• Route the conduit along the unit by using a elbow socket and so on
to prevent it from being stepped on.
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7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure
Terminal block (X2M)
WARNING
Transmission wiring
(To X2M [TO IN/ D
UNIT](F1, F2))
Insulation tube (Small)
(accessory)
• Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal block for remote
controller wiring as this could damage the entire system.
Install a ground fault circuit interrupter.
• It is obliged to install a ground fault circuit interrupter to prevent electric shock and fire accident.
Phase and
frequency
Model
Voltage
Cut off the insulation
tube sticking out of the
outdoor unit.
Clamp (accessory)
Terminal
block (X1M)
Max. Overcurrent Min. Circuit
Protective device
Amps.
RZQ30PVJU9
Insulation tube (Large)
(accessory)
L1 L2
RZQ36PVJU9
RZR36PVJU
~ 60Hz
208/230V
30A
27A
Connecting power
supply wiring
Cut off the insulation
tube sticking out of the
outdoor unit.
RZQ42PVJU9
RZR42PVJU
Stop valve
mounting plate
Ground wire
(Yellow/Green)
CAUTION
• After finishing the electric wiring work, confirm that all the wirings are
connected securely.
〈〈Precautions when laying power wiring〉〉
• Two electric wires of different thickness cannot be connected to the
power terminal block.
(Slack in the electric wires may generate abnormal heat.)
• Use round pressure terminals with insulting sleeve for connection to
the power terminal block.
If such terminals are not available for unavoidable reasons, connect
an electric wire of the same thickness to each side as shown in the
figure.
Screw
Remove it and open
the cover.
Control box
Attach insulation sleeve
Stop valve
Terminal block mounting plate
Connect samethickness wiring
to both sides.
Backward
Knockout hole
•
Knockout hole
•
Forward
Sideways
Power supply wiring
(including ground wire)
or transmission wiring.
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Power supply wiring
(including ground wire)
or transmission wiring.
Power wire
Round pressure terminal
•
•
It is forbidden to
connect two to
one side.
It is forbidden to
connect wiring of
different thicknesses.
Make sure to observe the following items. If they are not observed,
abnormal heat may be generated by slack in electric wires, etc.
For wiring, use the designated power wire and connect firmly, then
secure to prevent outside pressure being exerted on the terminal
board.
Use an appropriate screwdriver for tightening the terminal screws.
A screwdriver with a small head will strip the head and make proper
tightening impossible.
Over-tightening the terminal screws may break them.
See the table below for tightening torque for the terminal screws.
Tightening torque (ft·lbf)
M5
(Power supply and ground terminal block) 1.76 ~ 2.15
M4
(Shielded ground)
0.87 ~ 1.06
M3.5
(Transmission wiring terminal block)
0.58 ~ 0.72
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7-4 Transmission wiring connection procedure
8.
• If an excessive force is applied while connecting a cable to the
terminal block on the PC board, the PC board may be damaged.
Terminal block (X2M)
F1 F2 F1 F2
Use the conductor
of sheathed wire
(2 wire) (no polarity)
F1 F2
Indoor unit
CAUTION
• For low-noise operation, it is necessary to install the optional “External control adaptor for outdoor unit”.
For details, see the installation manual attached to the adaptor.
Caution on the wiring length between units
Make sure to observe the restrictions below. If they are not
observed, transmission error may occur.
Maximum wiring length:
3280 ft.
CHECKS AFTER COMPLETION OF
WORK
After completing the work, make sure to confirm the following
items:
1. Connection of drain piping and removal of transportation metal:
Refer to “5. CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION”.
2. Connection of power supply wiring and tightening of screws:
Refer to “7-3 Power supply wiring connection procedure”.
3. Connection of transmission wiring and tightening of screws:
Refer to “7-4 Transmission wiring connection procedure”.
4. Freezing connection of refrigerant piping
Refer to “6. REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK”.
5. Piping size and heat insulation:
Refer to “6-1 Selection of piping material”, “6-5 Heat insulation
of piping”.
6. Check of stop valve:
Confirm that the stop valve is open on both the liquid line and gas
line.
7. Record of amount of additional refrigerant:
Record the amount on the label stuck on the back of the front panel.
8. Measurement of insulation in main power circuit:
• Use the megatester for 500 V.
• Do not use any megatester for low voltage electric circuits except
230 V.
(Wiring between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit)
CAUTION
<To piping technician>
• Make sure to open the stop valve after finishing the piping work.
(Operating the air conditioner with the stop valve shut may damage
the compressor.)
Cautions on the wiring between units
9.
• Never connect 208/230V to the terminal block for the transmission
wiring.
Doing so will break the entire system.
• The transmission wiring from the indoor unit must be connected to
the F1/F2 (TO IN/D UNIT) terminals on the PC board in the outdoor
unit.
∗ Make sure to use sheathed two-core cables of AWG18-16 in the wiring shown above.
∗ All cables used in the wiring between the units should be procured on the site.
A crankcase heater is mounted for smooth startup. Make sure to
turn on the power 6 hours before starting operation for supplying
the power to the crankcase heater.
TEST RUN PROCEDURE
WARNING
• Make sure to close the front panel before leaving the outdoor
unit in the power ON status.
• To avoid injury, always make sure that the circuit breaker on
the power supply panel of the installation is switched off before doing
any work.
Cautions before turning on the power
• Put the insulating cover securely onto the control box.
• After turning on the power, check the settings and LED indicators on the PC board (A2P) in the outdoor unit through the
opening of the insulating cover.
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9-1 Power on and check operation
• Make sure to perform the check operation after installation. (If the air
conditioner is operated using the indoor remote controller without
performing the check operation, the malfunction code “U3” is displayed in the indoor remote controller, and normal operation is disabled.)
• In the check operation, the status of the outdoor unit is checked, and
incorrect wiring is checked for.
(1) • Close the front panel
of the outdoor unit.
• Turn ON the power
to the outdoor unit
and indoor unit.
Make sure to turn
on the power 6 hours
Caution before starting operation
for supplying the power
to the crankcase heater.
(2) • Open the front panel of the outdoor unit.
• Check the LED on the PC board (A1P
and A2P) in the outdoor unit to see if the
data transmission is performed normally.
A1P
H7P
H5P
H6P
H4P
ON
DEMAND
SLAVE
H3P
OFF
L.N.O.P.
MASTER
H2P
H1P
IND
MODE
Outdoor
unit installed
LED display:
TEST/HWL
SERVICE MONITOR HAP
LED display
(Default
status
before
delivery)
A2P
The power is
supplied to the
outdoor unit.
Take due care
during the work
to prevent
electric shock.
Blinking
(3) • When performing the • The power is supplied to the outdoor
low-noise operation
unit. Take due care during the work to
(L.N.O.P.) or demand
prevent electric shock.
(DEMAND) operation • Before using the pushbutton switches
upon request from the
(BS1 to BS5) for setting, confirm that
customer, perform the
the microcomputer (SERVICE) monitor
setting using the
is lit.
pushbutton switches
• For the setting method, refer to the
(BS1 to BS5) on the
[Cautions on service] label attached on
PC board (A2P) in the
the back of the front panel of the
outdoor unit.
outdoor unit. (Make sure to write the
• Press each
contents of setting on the [Cautions on
pushbutton switch
service] label.)
from the opening of
the insulation cover.
(Do not remove the
insulation cover.)
(4) Confirm that the stop
valves are open on both the
liquid and gas lines. If they
are closed, open them.
<Cautions on check operation>
• If the air conditioner is started within about 12 minutes after the
power of the indoor/outdoor unit is turned on, the H2P indicator lights
and the compressor does not run.
Confirm that the LED status is as shown in the table in (2) in
“9-1 Power on and check operation” before starting the air conditioner.
• The air conditioner may require about 10 minutes maximum until it
can start the compressor after start of operation.
This period of time is required to homogenize the refrigerant status,
and does not indicate any failure.
• The check operation does not provide any means of checking the
indoor unit individually. For that purpose, perform the normal operation using the remote controller after finishing the check operation.
• The check operation is not available in any other mode such as the
recovery mode.
• Before running a check on the unit, changing the indoor remote controller settings might cause the error code “UF” to be displayed and
prevent a proper check to be run.
9-2 Checks in normal operation
• After finishing the check operation, operate the air conditioner normally. (Heating operation is only available for RZQ-P models.)
(Heating is not available if the outside air temperature is 75 °F or
more. Refer to the operation manual supplied together with the
unit.)
• Confirm that the indoor and outdoor units are operating normally.
(If a knocking sound is heard in the liquid compression of the compressor, stop the air conditioner immediately and energize the crankcase heater for a sufficient period of time, then start the operation
again.)
• Run the indoor unit one by one in turn, and confirm that the corresponding outdoor unit is running.
• Check to see if cold (or hot) air is coming out of the indoor unit.
• Press the fan direction button and fan speed control button on the
remote controller to see if the fan is operating normally.
<Cautions for normal operation check>
• Once stopped, the compressor will not start for about 5 minutes even
if the “ON/OFF” button on the remote controller is pressed.
• When the system operation is stopped by the remote control, the
outdoor unit may continue to operate for a further 3 minutes.
• If the system has not undergone the check operation by the test run
button since it was first installed, a malfunction code “U3” is displayed.
In this case, perform the check operation by referring to “9-1 Power
on and check operation”.
Do not leave any stop
Caution valve closed.
Otherwise the compressor
will fail.
(5) Press and hold the test run
• When leaving the outdoor unit during the
button (BS4) for 5 seconds or
check operation for unavoidable reasons,
more to start the check
ask another installation worker to watch the
operation.
outdoor unit, or close the front panel.
For the details, refer to the
• The system operates the check operation
Check operation procedure
for about 15 minutes (30 minutes
on the [Cautions on service]
maximum), then stops automatically.
label.
The system can start normal operation
about 5 minutes after the check operation if
the remote controller does not display any
malfunction code.
• During the check operation, the status
under execution is indicated on the remote
controller.
(6) After the check operation, make sure to close the front
panel of the outdoor unit.
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When a malfunction code is displayed in the remote controller
(Check a malfunction code in the remote controller connected to the
indoor unit.)
Malfunction
code
Cause
The stop valves
in the outdoor
unit remain
closed.
E3
F6
Open the stop valve on both the
gas side and liquid side.
The operation mode
on the remote control- Set the operation mode on all
indoor unit remote controllers to
ler was changed
“cooling.”
before the check
operation.
The refrigerant is
insufficient.
• There might be a problem with the connection or transmission
between the indoor unit and the remote controller.
Check connections, and check for wire breakage.
CAUTION
Open the stop valve on both the
gas and liquid lines.
Calculate again the required
amount of refrigerant to be
charged based on the piping
The refrigerant is
length, recover the refrigerant
overcharged.
using the refrigerant recovery
device, then achieve proper
amount of refrigerant.
The stop valves
in the outdoor
unit remain
closed.
E4
F3
Solution
When nothing is displayed in the remote controller
• Check whether additional
refrigerant charge has been
finished correctly.
• Calculate again the required
amount of refrigerant to be
charged based on the piping
length, then charge additionally
proper amount of refrigerant.
Calculate again the required
amount of refrigerant to be
charged based on the piping
The refrigerant is
length, recover the refrigerant
overcharged.
using the refrigerant recovery
device, then achieve proper
amount of refrigerant.
<To piping technician>
<To electrician>
• After finishing the test run and before using the unit by customer, confirm that the front panel and screws are attached
securely to the unit.
10. CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and replaces oxygen. A massive
leak could lead to oxygen depletion, especially in basements, and an
asphyxiation hazard could occur leading to serious injury or death.
(Points to note in connection with refrigerant leaks)
Introduction
The installer and system specialist shall secure safety against
leakage according to local regulations or standards. The following
standards may be applicable if local regulations are not available.
The Split System, like other air conditioning systems, uses R410A as
refrigerant. R410A itself is an entirely safe non-toxic, non-combustible
refrigerant. Nevertheless care must be taken to ensure that air conditioning facilities are installed in a room which is sufficiently large. This
assures that the maximum concentration level of refrigerant gas is not
exceeded, in the unlikely event of major leak in the system and this in
accordance to the local applicable regulations and standards.
Maximum concentration level
The maximum charge of refrigerant and the calculation of the maximum
concentration of refrigerant is directly related to the humanly occupied
space in to which it could leak.
U3
The check
operation has not Perform the check operation.
performed.
The unit of measurement of the concentration is lb./ft ( the weight in lb.
3
of the refrigerant gas in 1ft volume of the occupied space).
U4
The power is not
supplied to the
outdoor unit.
Connect correctly the power supply wiring of the outdoor unit.
Compliance to the local applicable regulations and standards for the
maximum allowable concentration level is required.
UA
Improper type of
indoor unit is
connected.
Check the type of indoor unit
currently connected. If it is not
proper, replace it with proper
one.
The stop valves
in the outdoor
unit remain
closed.
Open the stop valve on both the
gas and liquid lines.
The piping and
wiring of the
indoor unit are
not connected
correctly to the
outdoor unit.
Confirm that the piping and
wiring of the indoor unit are connected correctly to the outdoor
unit.
UF
The operation mode
on the remote control- Set the operation mode on
indoor unit remote controller to
ler was changed
“cooling.”
before the check
operation.
UH
Connect correctly the transmisThe transmission
sion wiring to the F1 and F2
wiring is not
(TO IN/D UNIT) terminals on
connected
the PC board (A1P) in the
correctly.
outdoor unit.
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3
Direction of the refrigerant flow
Room where
refrigerant leak
has occurred
(outflow of all the
refrigerant from
the system)
Pay a special attention to the place, such as a basement, etc.
where refrigerant can stay, since refrigerant is heavier than air.
Procedure for checking maximum concentration
Check the maximum concentration level in accordance with steps 1 to 4
below and take whatever action is necessary to comply.
1. Calculate the amount of refrigerant (lb.) charged to each system
separately.
amount of refrigerant in the unit
(amount of refrigerant with which
the system is
charged before
leaving the factory)
+
additional charging
amount (amount of
refrigerant added
locally in accordance
with the length or
diameter of the refrigerant piping)
=
total amount
of refrigerant (lb.) in
the system
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NOTE
• Where a single refrigerant facility is divided into 2 entirely independent refrigerant systems then use the amount of refrigerant with
which each separate system is charged.
3
2. Calculate a room volume (ft )
3. Calculate the refrigerant concentration by using the results of the
calculations in steps 1 and 2 above.
total amount of refrigerant in the
system
3
volume (ft ) of the room in which
there is an indoor unit installed
≤
maximum concen3
tration level (lb./ft )
4. Deal with the situations where the result exceeds the maximum concentration level.
Where the installation of a facility results in a concentration in excess
of the maximum concentration level then it will be necessary to revise
the system.
Please consult your dealer.
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Daikin Industries, Ltd.’s products are manufactured for export to numerous countries throughout the
world. Daikin Industries, Ltd. does not have control over which products are exported to and used in a
particular country. Prior to purchase, please therefore confirm with your local authorized importer,
distributor and/or retailer whether this product conforms tot he applicable standards, and is suitable for
use, in the region where the product will be used. This statement does not purport to exclude, restrict or
modify the application of any local legislation.
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Ask a qualified installer or contractor to install this product. Do not try to install the product yourself.
Improper installation can result in water or refrigerant leakage, electrical shock, fire, or explosion.
Use only those parts and accessories supplied or specified by Daikin. Ask a qualified installer or
contractor to install those parts and accessories. Use of unauthorized parts and accessories or
improper installation of parts and accessories can result in water or refrigerant leakage, electrical
shock, fire, or explosion.
Read the User’s Manual carefully before using this product. The User’s Manual provides important
safety instructions and warnings. Be sure to follow these instructions and warnings.
If you have any inquiries, please contact your local importer, distributor, or retailer.
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