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Sharp R-220B Specifications
Split Type Inverter Room Air Conditioner
OPERATION MANUAL
MODELS
AY-X28MCJ
AE-X28MCJ
Thank you for selecting SHARP air-conditioner. Please read this manual
carefully before operation and keep it for further reference.
Names and functions of each part
Operation of remote control
and cleaning
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Check after installation and Test operation
Specifications
NOTE:All the pictures in this manual are just schematic diagrams.
The actual product is the standard.
that should be prevented.
that
Collection of such waste should be separated for special
treatment as required by local regulations.
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, pl ease ref er the mat ter to
a qualified air conditioner contractor.
objects
Don’t expose yoursel f to col d output
air for prolonged periods as it may
affect your physical condition.
To change the airflow direction,
adjust the vertical and lateral
air flow direction by using the
remote control.
Don’t expose animals and
plants directly to the output
air flow as it may have a
detrimental effect on them.
This air conditioner is designed
for normal residential use. Do not
use for any other purpose such as
food preservation or drying clothes.
Don't place a space heater or
cooking appliances near the
air conditioner.
Air conditioners absorb heat in the room and transmits it to the outdoor unit, so that
indoor ambient temperatures are decreased. Its cooling capacity will increase or
decrease according to outdoor ambient temperature.
If the unit is running in COOL mode and in low ambient temperature, frost may be
formed on the heat exchanger. When indoor heater exchanger temperature
decreases below zero, the indoor unit microcomputer will stop the compressor
running to protect the unit.
Air conditioners absorb heat from outdoors and transmit it to the indoor unit,
increasing room temperature. Heating capacity will decrease in lower ambient
temperatures.
Wh en outdoor temp erature is low but high humi dity, frost ma y form on the outdoor
unit during extended operation, affecting heating efficiency. The air conditioner
operation ma y stop for 8-10mi ns during auto defrosting function.
During auto defrosting, the indoor indicator flashes and the outdoor unit may
emit vapour. This is not a malfunction.
After defrosting has finished, the heating operation will recover automatically.
In "HEAT" mode, if in the following situations, the operation of indoor unit maybe
delayed until the heat exchanger has achieved a certain temperature.
Names and functions of each part
Indoor unit
˄˅
Air in
˄˅
(3)
˄˅
Air out
˄˅
˄˅
Ł Front panel
ł Filter
Ń Guide louver
ń Wall pipe
Ņ Bind tape
Outdoor unit
ņ Connection wire
Ň Drainage pipe
ň Remote control
Air in
(6)
˄˅
Air out
4
Operation of remote control
Names and functions of remote control buttons
Note: Be sure that there are no obstructions between receiver and remote control; Don't drop
or throw the remote control; Don't let any liquid in the remote control and put the remote control
directly under the sunlight or any place where is very hot.
(ˇ/ˉ)
Signal transmitter
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FAN
AUTO
OPER
X-FAN
HUMIDITY
FILTER
TURBO
HOUR
TEMP.
(ˇ/ˉ) button
Press + button to increase the
temperature by 1C o. Press - button
to decrease temperature by 1C o.
When either button is pressed
continuously the temperature
changes quickly. Temperature
range is 16C o to 30C o.
ON/OFF
FAN
FAN speed button
ON/OFF
Remote control
Ɣ
MODE
Press the button once to select between
AUTO, LOW, MEDIUM and HIGH speed.
FAN
Note:Under Dry Mode only low fan speed
X-FAN
TURBO
ON/OFF
Ɣ
SLEEP
LIGHT
Swing up and down button
ON/OFF button
Press this button to turn unit on or off.Sleep function
will be cancelled if unit is turned off.
MODE
Ɣ
can be selected.
TIMER
select
Mode button
Press this button, the running mode will change as
below.
The functions below are not applicable
to this model.
AUTO
COOL
DRY
FAN
directions
HEAT
Operation of remote control
Names and functions of remote control buttons
NOTE: This wireless remote control is universal and it could be used for many different
models.Some buttons on this remote control are not applicable to this model.
FAN
TIMER
AUTO
OPER
X-FAN
HUMIDITY
Ɣ
FILTER
TURBO
HOUR
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Remote control
MODE
FAN
X-FAN
TURBO
TURBO
TIMER
SLEEP
LIGHT
Turbo button
Under cool or heat mode, pressing this
button turns on or off the Turbo feature.
After the Turbo feature is turned on the
Turbo signal is displayed.
Turbo function will automatically be cancelled
if the mode or fan speed is changed.
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Timer button
When the unit is operating press this button
to select timer off function and when the unit is
off select this button to select timer on function.
Press this key once, words Hour on(off)
will appear and flicker. In which case, press
+/- button to adjust time (press+/- button
continuously to change timing value quickly),
the setting time range is from 0.5 to 24 hr.;
press this key once again to fix the time,
then remote controller will send out the signal
immediately and hour on/off will stop flickering.
If the time of that no press timer button
under flickering status is above 5s,the timer
setting will quit. If the timer has been set,
press this button once again to quit it.
Operation of remote control
Names and functions of remote control buttons
NOTE: This wireless remote control is universal and it could be used for many different
models. Some buttons on this remote control are not applicable to this model.
X-FAN
Ɣ
FAN
AUTO
OPER
X-FAN
HUMIDITY
FILTER
TURBO
HOUR
ON/OFF
Remote control
ON/OFF
X-FAN button
Press this button to select or cancel X-FAN
mode. X-FAN off is the default setting when
the unit is switched on. If operating ON/OFF
button and changing mode to Cool,DRY the
status of X-FAN will revert to default position.
This function is not available under the Auto
Fan and Heat mode and there is no X-FAN
symbol displayed.
MODE
LIGHT
Light button
FAN
Ɣ
X-FAN
TURBO
set,the icon
will be displayed and the
indicator light in the displayer will be on.
TIMER
SLEEP
Press this button to select LIGHT on or off
in the displayer. When the LIGHT on is
LIGHT
When the LIGHT off is set, the icon
will
be displayed and the indicator light in the
displayer will be off.
SLEEP
Sleep button
Ɣ
Press this button to enter sleep function or
to quit sleep function. The sleep function
will be cancelled when the unit is turned off.
There is no SLEEP function under AUTO
and FAN mode.
is the icon for sleep
function.
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At COOL, X-FAN mode: the SLEEP mode runs
after 1hour, the setting temp. will be increased
by 1ć , 2 hour later, setting temp. will be
increased by 2ć and then will run at this
setting temperature.
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At HEAT mode: the SLEEP mode runs
after 1hour, the setting temp will be
decreased by 1ć, 2 hours later setting temp.
will be decreased by 2ć, then it will run
at setting temperature.
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When AUTO RUN is selected, the set temperature will not be displayed on the
LCD. The unit senses the room temperature automatically to select a suitable running
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When TURBO mode is selected the unit will run at super-high fan speed to cool or heat quickly
so that the ambient temperature approaches the preset temperature as soon as possible.
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Press +and - buttons simultaneously to lock or unlock the keyboard. If the remote controller
is locked, the icon
will be displayed on it, in which case, press any button, the mark will
flicker for three times. If the keyboard is unlocked, the mark will disappear.
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It is normal for the outdoor unit to frost up during heating mode.When the outdoor unit detects
frost on the outdoor coil it initiates an automatic defrost cycle. When an automatic defrost cycle
is operating it will continue until finished even if the unit is turned off by the remote control.If
settings are changed during automatic defrost cycle they will only take effect after the defrost
cycle is complete.
Operation of this function on or off: If remote controller is under off status, press mode button
and X-FAN button simultaneously in order to enter or cancel this new function. If the unit is under
defrost mode, dual eight position on remote controller will display H1.If switch to heat mode,
the position will display H1, which flickers for 5s, in which case, press +/- button, H1 will
disappear and setting temp. be displayed.
After remote controller is powered on, the defrost function will be switched off.
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R emove the battery cover plate from the rear of the remote control.
(As shown in the figure).
Replace the battery cover plate.
remove batteries to prevent damage from leaking batteries.
does
the batteries out and replace them after 30 seconds. If still not
operating properly, replace the batteries.
on the
main unit. Operation will be in Auto Run mode and the temperature setting or fan
speed cannot be changed.
To operate: Press the AUTO/STOP button and
the unit will enter into AUTO RUN mode.
The microcomputer will monitor the room
temperature to select the (COOL, HEAT, FAN)
mode automatically, to obtain the comfortable
effect.
To turn off: Press the AUTO/STOP button
to switch the unit off.
Care and Cleaning
to prevent
at the circuit breaker
the risk of electric shock.
pour or spray liquids directly onto the indoor or outdoor units for cleaning, to
prevent risk of electric shock.
Only wipe the
Rotate the front panel upwards in the direction
of the arrow. While holding both sides of the front
panel, remove by pulling forwards. Some minor
force may be required.
Before cleaning, remove the
LCD display (if fitted) from the front panel.
Align and insert the two support lugs of the
front panel into the slots, then rotate
downwards, as shown in the figure.
Cleaning the air filters
It is recommended to clean the filters every three months. More frequent
cleaning is required in dusty environments. After removing the filters,
take care to avoid touching the fins of the condenser unit, to avoid injury.
Care and Cleaning
Removing
Rotate the front panel upwards in the direction of
the arrow. Pull the air filter downwards and remove
from the unit.
water temperature should be
and leave to dry naturally in a shady location.
Never dry
it with a heater or open flame, as fire or deformation
may occur.
in the di rec tion of the ar rows, then cl os e
the front panel.
Never operate the unit if the wiring or connections
have been damaged.
report to a
licenced contractor.
The air conditioner is not user serviceable.
if attempt to
If a bad smell has been accumulated
from the environment, clean the air filter.
If smells persist, contact your Approved
Service Centre to arrange cleaning.
fluid gurgling
noises. This is not a fault - it is the sound
of flowi ng refrigerant.
mist
mi st
cracking sound
a nd/or contraction
will
Has the circuit breaker device tripped off?
Have the wiring or connections been
damaged?Please report to an authorised
air conditioner contractor.
Is the fan
other
working
Check that there is no magnetic or electrical
interference near the main unit that may be
affecting the operation of the controller.
Is the wireless remote control within its
operating range, or obstructed? Check
the condition of the batteries and replace
if necessary.
Check if the wireless remote control is
damaged.
Water is dripping or leaking from the
indoor unit
has overflowe d.
has been loosened.
Water is dripping or leaking from the
outdoor unit
water condensation occurs naturally
around the pipe and connections.
some ice has thawed and flowed out.
some
water adhered on the heat exchanger has
dripped out.
F
stopped,
there is a sound of refrigerant flowing
in the reverse direction.
air
flow is stopped
fros t can be for med
on the outdoor heat exchanger. The unit
will automatically defrost and the indoor
unit will stop blowing air for 3-12 mins.
During defrost operation, water or
vapour may be emitted.
,disconnect from the power
supply, and report to an authorised air conditioner
contractor in the following situations.
St rong odours are emi tted
Circuit breaker continuously trips off.
Water has dripped into or been splashed onto the
unit.
Power leads or connections have been damaged.
power supply.
d iscon ne ct from
The unit must only be installed by authorised air conditioner contractors according to municipal
or government regulations and in compliance wi th this manual.
The unit should be installed with a dedicated electrical circuit, and a circuit breaker should
be fitted in accordance with regulations.
Proper installation position is vital for correct and efficient operation. Avoid the
following positions:
liquids
electro-magnetic
Where salt-laden air is a problem (such as close to coastal areas).
Where the air is contaminated with industrial vapours and oils.
Where the air contains sulphured gas such as in hot spring zones.
environments where corrosion or air quality is a problem.
away from any obstruction. Ensure the air can be
blown through the whole room.
where it is
easily connected to the outdoor unit.
the wall
1.8m above the floor.
is installed in accord with the installation instructions.
which will
is installed in accord with the installation instructions,
and is convenient for maintenance and repair.
between indoor and outdoor units is within 5 metres, and the length
of the connecting tubing does not exceed 10 metres.
which
pedestrian
A dedicated power supply circuit should be used, in accordance with local electrical
safety regulations.
The product should be installed by a licenced air conditioning contractor in accordance
with AS/NZS3000 and your electrical supplier's rules.
A circuit breaker should be installed.
WARNING: inadequate or incorrect electrical connections may cause electrocution or
fire.
. P lease ensure the the unit is reliably earthed.
the air conditioner is the earthing wire, and cannot be
used for any other purpose. Improper earthing may cause electrocution.
The unit must be reliably earthed in accordance with AS/NZS3000.
AS/NZS3000 and your electrical
supplier's rules.
Approved
Service Centre
Installation dimension diagram
Installation dimension diagram
15
cm
Space to the ceiling
Above
15cm Above
15cm Above
Space to the wall
Space to the wall
300
cm
2
230
cm
Above
Above
Air outlet side
Air inlet side
cm
Ab
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Space to the obstruction
50cm Above
Space to the floor
30
30cm Above
Ab
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50cm Above
20
0c
m
Space to the wall
Air outlet side
18
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1.Pull up the front panel cover to open.
2.Undo the fixing screw of the cover plate and remove.
3.Pull the power and communications cable through the back of the indoor unit.
4.The communications cable can be plugged in (CN13) without taking off
the front cover (if required use long nose pliers to plug in). All the wiring
should be connected according to the circuit diagram on the unit
5.Make sure when placing the power cable into the wire groove that it has
sheath. To be confident that the power cable is connected securely,
give it a slight tug.
6.Place the cover plate back on and screw in the fixing screw.
7.Close the front panel cover.
Installing the indoor unit
All interconnecting wiring between indoor and outdoor unit must be performed by
a licenced electrical contractor in accordance with AS/NZS3000.
the
unit to
screws adequately to prevent loosening.
Ensure the electrical connections are properly earthed to prevent electrical shocks.
Ensure all wiring connections are secure and the cover plates are reinstalled properly.
Poor installations that allow dust or moisture incursion may cause fire or electrocution.
A circuit breaker of adequate capacity should be installed at the switchboard.
output
Nm
ensure the joint nut is adequately
tightened,
Installing the Outdoor Unit
Connect Outdoor electric wires
Remove electrical connection access plate (either right hand side or front) from
the outdoor unit.
Replace access plate (either right hand side or front) on the outdoor unit.
Incorrect
unit failure.
has been fitted,
Installing the Outdoor Unit
soapy
gas detection
are leaking.
Outdoor
attach
satisfactorily.
satisfactory
to the product.
product.
Are the inlet and outlet air openings
blocked?
Is the quantity of gas charge sufficient
for the length of pipe run?
may be
insufficient.
Specifications
Model
AY-X28MCJ; AE-X28MCJ
Function
COOLING
Rated Voltage
HEATING
220-240 V
Rated Frequency
50Hz
Total Capacity (Min̚Max) (W)
8000(2100̚8400)
8400(1800̚9300)
Power Input (Min̚Max) (W)
2660(650̚3200)
2860(600̚3500)
3500
Rated Input (W)
Rated Current (A)
15.53
3
Air Flow Volume (m /h) (SH/H/M/L/SL)
-/1200/1100/1000/-
Dehumidifying Volume (L/h)
2.7
EER / C.O.P (W/W)
3/2.93
Fan Type-Piece
Cross-flow
Diameter-Length (DXL) (mm)
Indoor
Evaporator
Unit
Row-Fin Gap
106X890
Aluminum fin-copper tube
2-1.4
Coil length (LxDxW) (mm)
903X381X25.4
Swing Motor Model
MP24BA
Output of Swing Motor (W)
2
Fuse (A)
3.15
Sound Pressure Level dB (A)
-/49/47/45/-
(SH/H/M/L/SL)
Sound Power Level dB (A)
-/59/57/55/-
(SH/H/M/L/SL)
Dimension (WXHXD) (mm)
Dimension
of
Carton
1178X326X253
Box
1265X417X343
(L/W/H) (mm)
Dimension of Package (L/W/H)
1268X420X358
Net Weight/Gross Weight (kg)
17.5/24
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Outdoor
Compressor
Unit
Manufacturer/trademark
MITSUBISHI
Compressor Model
TNB220FLHMC
Compressor Type
Rotary
L.R.A. (A)
45
Compressor RLA(A)
9.7
Compressor Power Input(W)
2200
Overload Protector
CS01F272H01
Throttling Method
Capillary
Defrosting Method
Automatic Defrosting
Operation temp Range (ć)
-7嘙C̚43嘙C
Condenser
Aluminum fin-copper tube
Rows-Fin Gap(mm)
2 -1.4
Coil Length (LXDXW)
953.5X38.1X748
Fan Type
Axial-flow
Fan Diameter (mm)
552
Sound Pressure Level dB (A)
59/-/57
(H/M/L)
Sound Power Level dB (A)
69/-/67
(H/M/L)
Dimension (W/H/D)( mm)
980X790X427
Dimension of Package (L/W/H)
1083X488X855
( mm)
Net Weight /Gross Weight (kg)
67/71
Refrigerant Charge (kg)
Connection
Pipe
R410A/2.45
Liquid line diameter(mm)
¶6(1/4")
Gas line diameter(mm)
¶16(5/8")
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SHARP
FOR LOCATION ENQUIRIES WITHIN
AUSTRALIA
REGARDING YOUR LOCAL
SHARP APPROVED SERVICE CENTRE
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
www.sharp.net.au
OR CALL SHARP CUSTOMER CARE
1300 135 022
(LOCAL CALL COST APPLY WITHIN AUSTRALIA)
SHARP CORPORATION OF AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
SHARP
FOR LOCATION ENQUIRIES WITHIN
NEW ZEALAND
REGARDING YOUR LOCAL
SHARP APPROVED SERVICE CENTRE
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
www.sharp.net.nz
CONTACT YOUR SELLING DEALER/RETAILER
OR CALL
SHARP CUSTOMER SERVICES
TELEPHONE: 09 573 0111
FACSIMILE: 09 573 0113
SHARP CORPORATION OF NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
SPform019(Oct2006)
SHARP CORPORATION OF AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
ABN 40 003 039 405
1 Huntingwood Drive HUNTINGWOOD NSW 2148
www.sharp.net.au
66129905979
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