PAC-SH96SG-E

PAC-SH96SG-E
Air Outlet Guide
PAC-SH96SG-E
(to charge air blowing direction)
Descriptions
Figure
A part to change air direction from outdoor unit. Can also be
used to prevent short cycles.
Applicable Models
PUHZ-RP100~250KA
2 pieces required
Specifications
Exterior
Air outlet guide
Color (Munsell)
Ivory (3.0Y 7.8/1.1)
Material
Air outlet grille: Alloy hot-dip zinccoated carbon steel sheet
Weight
7kg
Air outlet direction
Changeable between up, down or sideways
Accessory name x Qty.
Washer faced screw (M5x15) x 12 (Iron
<Material/Surface treatment> wire (SWCH18A)/Zinc nickel plated)
Washer x 12, Spring washer x 12
Dimensions
598
Support
150
285
626
6×85(=510)
85
625
285
Air outlet grile
Unit : mm
°
45
638
CAUTION
* Air Guide prevents reverse rotation of outdoor unit fan when it enters low speed rotation mode with fan controller
being operated. It is also used for protection of fan when strong winds, such as a typhoon, wind blowing through tall
buildings, etc., directly strike the air outlet. In addition, installation of this product is necessary when cooling opetation
is to be performed in outdoor tempreture of -5℃ or lower (down to -15℃).
Note the followings when installing this guide:
1) Be sure not to use "upward discharge" in a place where snowing is possible. Snow may accumulate in the
guard, which could damage the fan, etc.
2) Attaching this unit will decrease the performance (by 2-3%) and increase noise from outdoor unit (by approx. 1-2 dB).
3) Do not use "upward discharge" when there are any obstacles at the back and on both sides of outdoor unit
(air is taken in from top of unit): This could cause a short cycle.
4) To eliminate the influence of external wind, be sure to install the unit with its back facing to wall.
5) Do not install this unit in a place where wind directly blows to the back of the unit.
Air Outlet Guide to change air blowing directions PAC-SH96SG-E
How to Use / How to Install
2-fan type outdoor unit
1 Checking provided parts
Make sure that this package has the following parts as well as the installation sheet:
1
①Air Discharge guide
2
1
②Support
④Washer
12
③Screw(5%15)
⑤Spring washer
12
12
Checking Installation Space (Unit: mm)
●Secure the necessary surrounding space shown below and select a place with less obstacles, to prevent a short cycle.
1) Surrounding space needed when installing one unit
・Do not use "upward discharge" in cases of figures (3) and (5) below.
(4) Obstacles at back, and sides
(5) Obstacles at back, sides
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50
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20
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(2) Obstacles at back and front
(open at sides and top)
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3
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0
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1
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0
00
1
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or
(1) Installing units, one in each row
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100
600
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0
100
or
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mo
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25
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rm
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00
or
※Limit of 3 units can be installed horizontally
in series. When installing a larger number
of units, maintain the space between units
shown above.
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mo
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50
150
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500
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150
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600
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rm
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150
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or m
※Keep at least 3000 when using
discharge guide in directions other
than "upward discharge".
・4 blowout directions can be selected: Check the orientation of blowout vane, and attach the blowout guide in the direction
that matches the situation at local site.
(1)Attach the support to the outdoor unit (2)Set the orientation of the blowout vane
of the discharge guide to the desired
using the washers , spring washers direction and install the vane to the
and screws (at the 6 points) on the
outdoor unit using the washers , spring
existing fan guard
washers and screws (at 6 points). <Setting blow-off direction>
Upward
Discharge vane
Air Discharge guide
Downward Sideways (to left or right)
e
or
rm
0o
50
(2) Installing multiple units in multiple rows
※Keep at least 2000 when using
discharge guide in directions other than
"upward discharge".
3 Installation Method
15
ore
rm
0o
50
25
e
or
m
(3) Obstacles at back and top
(open at front and sides)
300
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rm
or
1500 or more
20
ore
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0o
2) Surrounding space needed when installing multiple units
・When installing units horizontally in a series, leave at least 10 mm space between units.
・Do not use "upward discharge" in case of figure (3) below.
(1) Obstacle at front
(open at back, sides and top)
and top (open at front)
50
rm
0o
15
re
mo
ss
r le
0o
50
o
rm
(open at front and top)
(3) Obstacles at back and top
(open at front and sides)
1500 or more
(2) Obstacles at back and front
(open at sides and top)
1000 or more
(1) Obstacle at front
(open at back, sides and top)
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