Коды ошибок Sharp серий AY-XP08(10,13)CE_AE

Коды ошибок Sharp серий AY-XP08(10,13)CE_AE
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
SERVICE MANUAL
S8235AYXP13CE
SPLIT TYPE
ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
INDOOR UNIT
AY-XP08CE
AY-XP10CE
AY-XP13CE
MODELS
OUTDOOR UNIT
AE-X08BE-C
AE-X10BE-C
AE-X13BE
In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regulations
in some countries) the set should be restored to its original
condition and only parts identical to those specified should be
used.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 2
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................. 3
WIRING DIAGRAMS ......................................................................................................................................... 5
ELECTRICAL PARTS ......................................................................................................................................... 9
BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................................ 10
MICROCOMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEM ....................................................................................................... 12
FUNCTIONS .................................................................................................................................................... 17
FUNCTION AND OPERATION OF PROTECTIVE PROCEDURES ............................................................... 27
BREAKDOWN DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE .................................................................................................... 29
REFRIGERATION CYCLE ............................................................................................................................. 32
PERFORMANCE CURVES ............................................................................................................................. 33
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................... 34
OPTION ........................................................................................................................................................... 41
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ......................................................................................................................... 43
SHARP CORPORATION
1
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT
ITEMS
AY-XP08CE AE-X08BE-C AY-XP10CE AE-X10BE-C AY-XP13CE AE-X13BE
Cooling capacity(Min. ~ Max.) kW
2.2(0.9 _ 2.7)
2.8(0.9 _ 3.3)
3.6(0.9 _ 4.2)
Heating capacity(Min. ~ Max.) kW
3.2(0.9 _ 3.6)
3.7(0.9 _ 5.0)
4.8(1.0 _ 6.2)
Moisture removal(at cooling) Liters/h
0.7
0.8
1.3
Electrical data
Phase
Rated frequency
Rated voltage
Hz
V
A
A
W
W
%
%
Cool
Rated current
Heat
Cool
Rated input
Heat
Cool
Power factor
Heat
Type
Compressor
Model
Oil charge
Evaporator
Refrigerant system Condenser
Control
Refrigerant volume
De-lce system
High
dB(A)
Noise level
Med.
dB(A)
(at cooling)
Low
dB(A)
Fan system
Drive
Air flow quantity
(at cooling)
High
Med.
Low
m3/min.
m3/min.
m3/min.
Fan
Single
50
220 - 240
3.4 _ 3.1
4.3 _ 4.0
5.5 _ 5.1
4.2 _ 3.9
4.8 _ 4.4
6.8 _ 6.2
730
930
1200
910
1050
1480
_
_
98 98
98 97
99 _ 98
98 _ 97
99 _ 99
99 _ 99
Hermetically sealed rotary type
44A072QV2JD
HV187X1-S12F3
HV237A1-S15DK
280cc (SUNISO 4GST) 370cc (SUNISO 4GSD) 455cc (SUNISO 4GSD)
Louver Fin and Grooved tube type
Corrugate Fin and Grooved tube type
Capillary tube
760g
850g
880g
Micro computer controled reversed systems
33
43
36
43
38
48
29
–
32
–
33
–
27
–
27
–
29
–
Direct drive
7.5
6.5
5.1
28
–
–
9.8
8.0
6.0
27.7
–
–
9.4
8.0
6.5
30
–
–
Cross flow fan Propeller fan Cross flow fan Propeller fan Cross flow fan Propeller fan
Connections
Refrigerant coupling
Refrigerant tube size Gas, Liquid
Drain piping mm
Flare type
3/8", 1/4"
1/2", 1/4"
O.D ø 18
Others
Safety device
Air filters
Net dimensions
Width
Height
Depth
Net weight
Note: The condition of star "
mm
mm
mm
kg
Compressor: Thermal protector
Fan motors: Thermal fuse
Fuse, Micro computer control
Polypropylene net (Washable)
815
780
815
278
540
278
198
269
198
9
36
10
780
540
269
36
" marked item are ‘ISO5151’ : 1994(E), condition T1.
2
815
278
198
10
780
540
269
39
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
198
278
815
1100
18.5
58
INVERTER AIR CONDITIONER
Length unit (mm)
175
CRMC-A442JBE0
R03(AAA) 2PCS.
SHARP CORPORATION
22.0
Figure E-1. INDOOR UNIT
158
70
310
335
540
5
58
16
269
81
136
540
780
4.
12
37.5
179.5
182.5
Figure E-2. OUTDOOR UNIT
3
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
815 (unit size)
Ceiling
278 (unit size)
E
E
D
I
H
J
C
D
F
G
55
95
I
F
A
B
38
E
21
More than 50mm
80
A
Center of wall hole:
Leftward piping
Outline of indoor unit
Figure E-3. INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
4
55
J
Center of wall hole: Backward piping
5
Figure W-1. Wiring Diagram for AY-XP08CE/XP10CE/XP13CE
2.5A
or
3A
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
WIRING DIAGRAMS
6
SINGLE PHASE
220-240V 50Hz
2
1
N
TERMINAL
BOARD
UNIT TO UNIT CORD
1
2
3
4
Example: NO.2 Compressor lock
on
off
1.0sec 0.6sec 1.0sec 0.6sec 1.0sec 0.6sec
LED turns on
Slow flashing (1 time for 2 seconds)
Quick flashing (3 times for 2 seconds)
LED BLINKING
4-WAY
VALVE
CN4
1
RY2
3
CNR1
RY1
NR2
L4
T4
A
CT1
BL
5
6
G
5
4
OR
3
2
RE
1
CN8
Figure W-2. Wiring Diagram for AE-X08BE-C
1.0sec 0.6sec 0.6sec 1.0sec 0.6sec 0.6sec
NO.3 Overheat of the compressor
NO.
5
6
7
8
9
TH1
C
WH
BK
FC1
YE
BL
Mulfunction part or abnormal condition
Short circuit of the thermistor
Open circuit of the thermistor
AC abnormal current
AC overcurrent
Power factor module error
R
POWER
TRANSISTOR MODULE (QM1)
+
U
V W
CN11
COMPRESSOR
S
RE
LED indication pattern
THERMISTOR
COMP. TEMP.
THERMISTOR
TH3 OUTDOOR
TEMP.
TH2 THERMISTOR
PIPE TEMP.
CONTROL BOARD UNIT
GR
T6
BK:BLACK RE:RED YE:YELLOW
BL:BLUE WH:WHITE G:GREEN
BR:BROWN OR:ORANGE
GR:GRAY G(Y):GREEN-YELLOW
DIODE BRIDGE
DB1 +
OR
∼
∼
C8:1500μF 420V
GR
L1
IN OUT
WH
MRY1 FC7
WH
FC5
T9
RE T7
RE
FC2
L+ LBK
I+ AF1 O+
YE
+
T5
WPE2
C8
ACTIVE
FC6
C10
10A
IBR
FILTER O250V
BL
BL T8
T10 BL
PTC1
Mulfunction part or abnormal condition
Normal
Abnormal signal line
Compressor lock
Overheat of the compressor
Power module (QM1) abnornality
M
WPE3
3A
250V
C1
CONTROL
BOX BL
FAN MOTOR
CAPACITOR
C5 1.5μF 430V
C34
C33
3
CN3 1
C RE
BK
FAN
MOTOR
L3
C4
C3
LED indication pattern
CNR2
T3
NO.
FC4
RE
C31
C2
NR1
G(Y)
The voltage is high at C8 (electronic capacitors) on outdoor unit.
For mentenance discharge at C8 to prevent electric shock.
In case that WPE2 has been fused, the voltage is kept high at C8.
SA1
CAUTION
15A
250V
WPE1
T2
BR T1
BL
BULK HEAD
2
1
N
G(Y)
OUTDOOR UNIT
TERMINAL BOARD
LED INDICATION OF SELF-DIAGNOSIS
ON OUTDOOR UNIT
POWER
SUPPLY
FAN
MOTOR
CONTROL
BOARD
UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
7
SINGLE PHASE
220-240V 50Hz
2
1
N
TERMINAL
BOARD
1
2
3
4
Example: NO.2 Compressor lock
on
off
1.0sec 0.6sec 1.0sec 0.6sec 1.0sec 0.6sec
LED turns on
Slow flashing (1 time for 2 seconds)
Quick flashing (3 times for 2 seconds)
LED BLINKING
4-WAY
VALVE
CN4
1
RY2
3
CNR1
RY1
NR2
L4
T4
A
CT1
BL
5
6
G
5
4
OR
3
2
RE
1
CN8
Figure W-3. Wiring Diagram for AE-X10BE-C
1.0sec 0.6sec 0.6sec 1.0sec 0.6sec 0.6sec
NO.3 Overheat of the compressor
NO.
5
6
7
8
9
TH1
FC1
YE
BL
Mulfunction part or abnormal condition
Short circuit of the thermistor
Open circuit of the thermistor
AC abnormal current
AC overcurrent
Power factor module error
BK
POWER
TRANSISTOR MODULE (QM1)
+
U
V W
U(R) RE
WH
V(S)
W(C)
CN11
COMPRESSOR
LED indication pattern
THERMISTOR
COMP. TEMP.
THERMISTOR
TH3 OUTDOOR
TEMP.
TH2 THERMISTOR
PIPE TEMP.
CONTROL BOARD UNIT
GR
T6
BK:BLACK RE:RED YE:YELLOW
BL:BLUE WH:WHITE G:GREEN
BR:BROWN OR:ORANGE
GR:GRAY G(Y):GREEN-YELLOW
DIODE BRIDGE
DB1 +
OR
∼
∼
C8:1500μF 420V
GR
L1
IN OUT
WH
MRY1 FC7
WH
FC5
T9
RE T7
RE
FC2
L+ LBK
I+ AF1 O+
YE
+
T5
WPE2
C8
ACTIVE
FC6
C10
10A
IBR
FILTER O250V
BL
BL T8
T10 BL
PTC1
Mulfunction part or abnormal condition
Normal
Abnormal signal line
Compressor lock
Overheat of the compressor
Power module (QM1) abnornality
M
WPE3
3A
250V
C1
CONTROL
BOX BL
FAN MOTOR
CAPACITOR
C5 1.5μF 430V
C34
C33
3
CN3 1
C RE
BK
FAN
MOTOR
L3
C4
C3
NR1
LED indication pattern
CNR2
T3
NO.
FC4
RE
C31
C2
SA1
G(Y)
In case that WPE2 has been fused, the voltage is kept high at C8.
The voltage is high at C8 (electronic capacitors) on outdoor unit.
CAUTION For mentenance discharge at C8 to prevent electric shock.
15A
250V
WPE1
T2
BR T1
BL
BULK HEAD
2
1
N
G(Y)
OUTDOOR UNIT
TERMINAL BOARD
LED INDICATION OF SELF-DIAGNOSIS
ON OUTDOOR UNIT
POWER
SUPPLY
FAN
MOTOR
CONTROL
BOARD
UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
UNIT TO UNIT CORD
WIRING DIAGRAM
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
8
SINGLE PHASE
220-240V 50Hz
2
1
N
TERMINAL
BOARD
UNIT TO UNIT CORD
FC3
T2
RE
RY2
1.0sec
0.6sec
1
2
3
4
NO.
3
RY1
NR2
L4
BL
0.6sec
0.6sec
6
G
5
4
OR
3
2
RE
CN8 1
1.0sec
FC5
FC2
BK
GR -
0.6sec
C8: 1300µF 450V
RE:RED
YE:YELLOW
WH:WHITE
G:GREEN
OR:ORANGE
G(Y):GREEN-YELLOW
CN14
0.6sec
NO.
5
6
7
8
9
LED indication pattern
BK
FC1
YE
BL
Mulfunction part or abnormal condition
Short circuit of the thermistor
Open circuit of the thermistor
AC abnormal current
AC overcurrent
Power factor module error
WH
POWER
TRANSISTOR
MODULE (QM1)
+
U V W
WH
T9
RE T7
RE
+
L L
I + AF1 0 +
YE
RE
+
WPE2
C8
ACTIVE
C10
20A
FILTER 0 - BL
250V
CN12 BL
CN13 1
4
T8
T10 BL
WH
L1
BK:BLACK
BL:BLUE
BR:BROWN
GR:GRAY
CN11
COMPRESSOR
U(R) RE
V(S)
THERMISTOR
TH1
W(C)
COMPRESSOR TEMP.
I-
BR
THERMISTOR
TH3 OUTDOOR
TEMP.
TH2 THERMISTOR
PIPE TEMP.
CONTROL BOARD UNIT
T5
Figure W-4. Wiring Diagram for AE-X13BE
1.0sec
5
CT1
FAN MOTOR
CAPACITOR
2µF 430V
WPE3
3A
250V
C1
Mulfunction part or abnormal condition
Normal
Abnormal signal line
Compressor lock
Overheat of the compressor
QM1(IPM) Abnormality
M
BK
C5
NO.3 Overheat of the compressor
A
3
CN3 1
C RE
CNR1
FAN
MOTOR
L3
C2
IN OUT
MRY1
The voltage is high at C8 (electronic capacitors) on outdoor unit.
For mentenance discharge at C8 to prevent electric shock.
In case that WPE2 has been fused, the voltage is kept high at C8.
CONTROL PTC GR DIODE BRIDGE
G(Y) T4
DB1 +
BOX
OR
BL
T6
SA1 NR1
~
~
LED indication pattern
except cooling only models
4 WAY
VALVE
CN4 1
CNR2
T3
C31
CAUTION
20A
250V
BR T1 WPE1
BL
FC4
BULK HEAD
2
1
N
OUTDOOR UNIT
TERMINAL BOARD
LED BLINKING
LED turns on
Slow flashing (1 time for 2 seconds)
Quick flashing (3 times for 2 seconds)
Example: NO.2 Compressor lock
on
off
1.0sec 0.6sec 1.0sec 0.6sec
ON OUTDOOR UNIT
LED INDICATION OF SELF-DIAGNOSIS
POWER
SUPPLY
FAN
MOTOR
CONTROL
BOARD
UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
ELECTRICAL PARTS
For Model AY-XP08CE/XP10CE/XP13CE
DESCRIPTION
Indoor fan motor
Indoor fan motor capacitor
Transformer
MODEL
ML-A915
–
–
WPE1
SITE
AY
AY
AY
–
REMARKS
220 - 240V, 50Hz
430V, 2µF
Primary; AC 220 - 240V, 50Hz
Secondary; AC19V, 50Hz
QFS-GA040JBZZ (250V, 3A)
For Model AE-X08BE-C
Compressor
Outdoor fan motor
Outdoor fan motor capacitor
WPE1
WPE2
WPE3
44A072QV2JD
ML-A902
–
–
–
–
3-PHASE Induction motor
220 - 240V, 50Hz 220V, 60Hz
430V, 1.5µF
QFS-GA033JBZZ(15A, 250V)
QFS-GA015JBE0(10A, 250V)
QFS-GA040JBZZ(3A, 250V)
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
For Model AE-X10BE-C
Compressor
Outdoor fan motor
Outdoor fan motor capacitor
WPE1
WPE2
WPE3
HV187X1-S12F3
ML-A902
–
–
–
–
3-PHASE Induction motor
220 - 240V, 50Hz 220V, 60Hz
430V, 1.5µF
QFS-GA033JBZZ(15A, 250V)
QFS-GA015JBE0(10A, 250V)
QFS-GA040JBZZ(3A, 250V)
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
For Model AE-X13BE
Compressor
Outdoor fan motor
Outdoor fan motor capacitor
WPE1
WPE2
WPE3
HV237A1-S15DK
ML-A903
–
–
–
–
3-PHASE Induction motor
220 - 240V, 50Hz 220V, 60Hz
430V, 2.0µF
QFS-GA014JBE0(20A, 250V)
QFS-GA019JBE0(20A, 250V)
QFS-GA040JBZZ(3A, 250V)
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
9
AY
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
INDOOR UNIT
DC power supply circuit
AC power
Fan motor phase control circuit
Room fan motor
Rotation pulse input circuit
Fan motor pulse detect
3A
WPE1
AC clock circuit
Louvre motor drive circuit(upper)
Flow direction control (louver motor upper)
Louvre motor drive circuit(lower)
Flow direction control (louver motor lower)
Remote controller signal reception circuit
Wireless remote control operation
Buzzer drive circuit
Audible operation confirmation
CPU reset circuit
CPU
CPU oscillator circuit
Room temp. detect circuit
Room temp. thermistor
Heat exchanger pipe thermo circuit
Heat exchanger pipe thermistor
Compensation circuit/ select circuit
Blower temperature, fan speed, model select
Compensation circuit
Outdoor ratings
Switchover circuit
Wireless, preheat
Serial I/O circuit
Indoor/outdoor control signal I/O
Compressor relay drive circuit
Outdoor unit power supply on/off control
LED drive circuit
LED display
Auto restart circuit
Test run circuit
Test run (forced operation)
Auxiliary mode
Auxiliary mode button ON/OFF
Power on circuit
Self diagnostics, fault diagnosis
Cluster generator drive circuit
Cluster generator
Cluster generator sensor circuit
Gas sensor circuit
Dust sensor circuit
10
Unit-unit wiring
(AC power and
serial signals)
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
OUTDOOR UNIT for AE-X08BE-C/AE-X10BE-C
Power supply circuit
(built into IPM)
Smoothing
circuit
Active filter
circuit
Filter
circuit
15 A
protection
Unit-unit wiring (AC power
and serial signals)
3A
protection
CPU oscillator circuit
Outdoor fan relay drive circuit
Outdoor fan
4-way valve relay drive circuit
4-way valve
10 A
protection
Power transistor module drive circuit
Power transistor module
Serial I/O circuit
CPU
Compressor
CPU reset circuit
DC overcurrent detection circuit
AC overcurrent detection circuit
Current transformer
Compressor thermo circuit
Compressor thermistor
Heat exchanger pipe thermo circuit
Heat exchanger pipe thermistor
Outdoor temp. thermo. circuit
Outdoor temperature thermistor
Winter kit circuit (option)
Heat exchanger pipe thermistor(option)
Outdoor temperature thermistor(option)
LED
LED drive circuit
Test mode circuit
OUTDOOR UNIT for AE-X13BE
Power supply circuit
(built into IPM)
Smoothing
circuit
Active filter
circuit
Filter
circuit
20 A
protection
CPU oscillator circuit
3A
protection
DC overvoltage detection circuit
Outdoor fan relay drive circuit
Outdoor fan
4-way valve relay drive circuit
4-way valve
20 A
protection
Power transistor module drive circuit
CPU
Power transistor module
Serial I/O circuit
CPU reset circuit
Compressor
DC overcurrent detection circuit
AC overcurrent detection circuit
Current transformer
Compressor thermo circuit
Compressor thermistor
Heat exchanger pipe thermo circuit
Heat exchanger pipe thermistor
Outdoor temp. thermo. circuit
Outdoor temperature thermistor
Winter kit circuit (option)
Heat exchanger pipe thermistor(option)
Outdoor temperature thermistor(option)
LED drive circuit
LED
Test mode circuit
11
Unit-unit wiring (AC power
and serial signals)
TO
OUTDOOR
UNIT
2 GS1
5
4
3
2
1
5
4
3
2
1
3
4
3
4
D13
D12
CN9
JP1
NO.
JP2
NONE
NONE
USE
USE
NONE
USE
R39
300
+ C29 1/2W
16V 100µ
+ C30
100µ
16V
2
3
1 Q6
Q8
10µ
+ C31
16V
1/4W
R41
240
+
2.7K
R65
JP3
USE
USE
USE
10KF
R38
0.1W
R66
0.1W
1/2W
3.3
R67
0.1W
10K
D11
6.8K
6.8K
R70
R69
2W
2W
+
CN7
C37
25V 47µ
CN8
100
R72
R40
18KF
0.1W
2
AY-XP13CE
AY-XP10CE
AY-XP08CE
CN10
6
6
CN301
1
2
3
7
1
2
6
3
1
1
CN1
430V
2µ
C1
275V
0.01µ
C2
13
SSR1
L1
5
3
GAS SENSOR
3
CLUSTER
GENERATOR
DUST
SENSOR
1
1
G
H
NF1
F
5
3
1
S
I
FAN MOTOR
THERMAL
FUSE
TERMINAL
BOARD
2
1
N
NR1
R71
100
1W
0.1µ
275V
C38
R68
10K
0.1W
JP99
NONE
0.1W
1
R4
13K
13K
13K
470
R37
1/2W
3
Q7
1
2
R5
33K
68K
NONE
-24V
2
33K
R6
13K
13K
13K
3
Q5
3
1
4
2
+
C4
IN
35V
1000µ
R7
15K
15K
15K
IC2
Q10
2
3
+
OUT
R42
13K
13K
13K
2
0.1W
PC1 4
1
PC2
33K
R2
0.1W
C6
1
JP11
Q9
3 2
3
1
25V
0.1µ
NONE
+
1
IN
D5
IC3
IC8
2
R30
+
0.1W
R52
R44
13K
13K
13K
R45
15K
15K
15K
R46
13K
13K
13K
R47
15K
15K
15K
0.1W
33K
0.1W
33K
0.1W
33K
0.1W
33K
0.1W
33K
C22
10V
1µ
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
R48
13K
13K
13K
R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
50V
C36
C19
C20
C21
1
2
3 Q2
R49
15K
15K
15K
0.1µ
P37
P36
P35
P34
P33
P32
P31
P30
Vcc
Vref
AVss
P67
P66
P65
P64
P63
0.01?
0.01?
0.01?
2
3 Q1
1
5V
16V
16V
16V
8
9
IC1
M3803**
(PATTERN
SIDE)
R50
13K
13K
13K
JP99
JP3
JP2
JP1
R51
15K
15K
15K
POWER ON
HOT KEEP
PREHEAT
WIRELESS
TEST
R8
0.25W
RY1
BZ1
50V
1000p
SW2
USE
NONE
NONE
C18
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
FR
ON
T
R10
10K
0.1W
8 IC5
P20
P21
P22
P23
P24
P25
P26
P27
Vss
Xout
Xin
P40
P41
RESET
CNVss(Vpp)
P42
9
10K
3 IC7
OSC1
R22 0.1W
8M
IC6
9
3
2
1
5
4
3
2
1
5
4
3
2
1
1
5V
3
2
1
10V
33µ
+
1/2W
0.1W
50V
LOUVER
MOTOR
TOP
LOUVER
MOTOR
BOTTOM
R21
10K
R201
47
BCN201
CN4
CN3
BCN2
BCN1
3
4
5
3
4
5
SW1
9
8
9
7
6
8
5
6
7
4
3
5
2
3
4
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
IC201
1 BUSY
2 12V
3 5V
4 CLOCK
5 SERIAL
6 OE
7 RESET
8 GND
CN99
C202
0.1µ
C17
SSR1
R17
3.3K
0.1W
CN102
330
CN101
A1
D1
G1
L
SW2
C9
1/2W
R113
680
1/4W
680
1/4W
R16
R15
+
0.1?
50V
Q3 3
50V
2
1
C10
0.1µ
330
680 R14
1/4W
H
1/2W
R114
E1
F1
CM1,2
C1
H1
B1
F2
E2
(NOTE)
:TEST POINT
LED101 : OPERATION
LED102 : TIMER
LED103 : ROOM TEMP.
LED104 : OUTDOOR TEMP.
LED105 : POWER MONITOR ECO
LED106 : POWER MONITOR 1
LED107 : POWER MONITOR 2
LED108 : POWER MONITOR 3
LED109 : POWER MONITOR 4
LED110,111 : POWER MONITOR POWER
SW1 : AUX.(TEST RUN)
SW2 : POWER SELECTION
Figure L-1. Electronic Control Circuit Diagram for AY-XP08CE/XP10CE/XP13CE
R43
15K
15K
24K
0.1W
R32
2.7K
1/4W
MODEL
1/4W
R4
1/4W
R5
SENSOR
LEVEL
R6
R7
1/4W
1/4W
1 Q4
3
3.3K
0.1W
10K
C34 0.01µ
C33 0.01µ
16V
16V
1K
R53
R42?51:1/4W
1/4W
C8
GND
12V
R104
C3
NONE
SSR2
2
THERMAL
FUSE
R9
1/2W
470
N
WPE1
3A
250V
T
LED104
POWER
SUPPLY
SINGLE
PHASE
OUT
R301
2K
1/4W
D10
11K R62 11K R63 D9
2W
2W
C39
0.033µ
275V
C32 10V
1000µ
275V
R64
1K 0.1W
11
0.1W
D8
C28
ZD1
35V
100µ
C201
JP10
0.1W
R55?59
2W
680
680
680
680
680
D6
2W 12K R60 12K R61 2W
D7
50V C27
0.047µ
TR1
100K
R36
A2
D2
G2
B2
H2
C2
+
4
3
2
1
3
2
1
220
CN6
CN5
HOLE
IC
1/2W
R101
R103
TH1
ROOM TMP.
10kΩ(25˚C)
TH2
PIPE TMP.
15kΩ(25˚C)
300
LED103
FAN
MOTOR
LED110
LED111
D1?4
R1
0.1W
R35
C26
250V
0.01µ
4.7K
RATE COOL
R43
LED109
R109
LED108
1/2W
R102
5
2
6
3
GR
1
4
3
3
2
2
BL LED131
(CLUSTER)
LED101
BCN102
LED102
BCN101
CN103
100
47µ
FAN M
C5
50V
0.1µ
7812
R42
FAN L
R51
R49
FAN H
R47
R46
IC4
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
50V
C7
0.1µ
7805
C35
0.1?
1
2
3
4
R48
RATE HEAT
R45
R44
22K R34
C16
330
LED107
1/2W
R108
220
100µ
10V
0.1W
C23
16V
0.01µ
C14
50V
8
7
6
5
R31
1.8K
C15
0.01µ
16V
0.01µ
16V
0.01µ
16V
0.1µ
50V
P00
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17
P62
P61
P60
P57
P56
P55
P54
P53
P52
P51
P50
P47
P46
P45
P44
P43
JP7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
JP6
R24
10K
330
1/2W
R111
LED106
1/2W
R107
220
220
1/2W
LED105
1/2W
R106
220
1/2W
R105
220
1/2W
RY1
0.1W
BCN3
R23
1/4W
680
R50
16V
0.01µ
C25
20K
R33
R20
10K
0.1W
0.1W
6.8K
R54
50V
C24
1000P
R19
10K
R116
330
1/2W
C11
10µ
16V
C12
10µ
16V
330
1/2W
R110
R117
56
1/4W
1.8K
JP5
R18
0.1W
10K
1/2W 330
R115
R11
10KF
0.1W
R12
10KF
0.1W
R13
10KF
0.1W
12
0.1W
LED121
1/2W
220
10(B2)
11(A2)
12(F2)
13(CM2)
14(CM1)
15(B1)
16(A1)
17(G1)
18(F1)
NC 9(H2)
8(C2)
7(G2)
6(D2)
5(E2)
NC 4(H1)
3(C1)
2(D1)
1(E1)
1/2W
R112
R118
56
1/4W
IN
1
1
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
MICROCOMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEM
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
TO CLUSTER GENERATOR
FROM CLUSTER GENERATOR
FROM DUST SENSOR
BCN201
or
BCN401
FROM
TERMINAL“1”OF
TERMINAL BOARD 3P
(BROWN)
FROM
TERMINAL“1”OF
TERMINAL BOARD 4P
(BLACK)
FROM
FAN MOTOR
TO
TERMINAL“N”OF
TERMINAL BOARD 4P
(BLUE)
TO
TERMINAL“2”OF
TERMINAL BOARD 4P
(RED)
FROM FAN MOTOR
FROM THERMISTOR
FROM LOUVER MOTOR (TOP)
FROM LOUVER MOTOR (BOTTOM)
Figure L-2 Printed Wiring Board for AY-XP08CE/XP10CE/XP13CE
13
GREEN/YELLOW
BLUE
4-WAY
Valve
Fan
Motor
T4
T1
BROWN
T3
250V
15A
WPE1
CN4
1
3
T11
CN3
1
3
5
2W 1.0KΩ
R12
3
4
PC2
1
3
CNR1
RY2
CNR2
(WINTER KIT)
RY1
430V 1.5µF
C5
3 PC853H 2
4
2
PC817X7
1 PC1
4
2
1
275V 1µF
SA1
C2
5V
2
1
250V
3A
WPE3
250V 2200pF
C33
5V
D8
MRY1
D6
RY1
D7
RY2
Q3
Q1
Q2
5V
5V
(AF ARM) ERROR H
(AF CONT)
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
P27
P26
P25
P24
P23
P22
P21
P20
P17
P16
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
P10
P07
P06
P05
P04
P03
P02
P01
P00
VSS
P37
P36
P35
P34
P33
P32
VCC
MRY1
FC6
FC7
AC2
VSS 32
31
XI
30
X0
MOD129
MOD228
RST 27
P60 26
P61 25
P62 24
P63 23
P64 22
AVSS 21
AVR 20
AVCC 19
AN7 18
AN6 17
AN5 16
AN4 15
AN3 14
AN2 13
AN1 12
AN0 11
P40 10
P41 09
P42 08
P43 07
P44 06
P45 05
P46 04
P47 03 NC
P30 02
P31 01
T5
T6
BROWN
IN
OSC1
10MHz
1
F
5V
5V
RED
T7
FC5
RED
AF1 (PFM)
TM-05C
JP1
1
2
BLUE
C8
T8
420V 1500µF BLUE
CN10
1
2
3
4
5V
L
OUT
OUT
L
WINTER-KIT
5V
5V
1
2
3 PST
993D
IC3
2
3
TO QM1 (IPM)
4 3 2 1
AC1
IN
T9
630V 0.33µF
T10
C10
YELLOW
5V
CN11 (CONTROL PWB)
U
V
W
R28
R29
R30
R31
R32
R33
Q4
390Ω Z
390Ω W
390Ω Y
390Ω V
390Ω X
5V
6
IC2
1 (THERMISTOR
2
3(THERMISTOR
4
BLACK
TH1
for COMPRESSOR)
TH2
for HEAT-EXCHANGER)
TH3
for OUTDOOR TEMP.)
BCN11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
5(THERMISTOR
CN8
5V
11
13V
12
(AF CONT)
(AF ARM) ERROR H
390Ω U
510Ω
R36
RED
WHITE V
FC1
1 : Red 2-12 : White
TO AF1 (PFM)
4 3 2 1
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
AF ON H
AF OFF L
BLUE
QM1 (IPM)
TM-32T
Figure L-3. Electronic Control Circuit Diagram for AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C
13V
4
3
R1
R2
RED
C13
25V 0.01µF
R13
C12
250V 4700pF
D1
2W 1.0KΩ
C4
C31
R4
R11
NR1
3.3KΩ
2W 1.0KΩ
250V 2200pF
4.7KΩ
275V 1µF
250V 2200pF
C3
R5
R6
R7
5.6KΩ
2.7KΩ
NR2
C34
C14
50V 1000pF
GRAY
BLACK
T2
IC1 MB89855
ORANGE
C23
L4
C17
L3
50V 1µF
250V 2200pF
R17
FC2
10V 100µF
R34
R8
C15
WPE2
R39
FC4
CT1
10KΩ
250V
10A
C32
WHITE
250V 2200pF
WHITE
C26
GRAY
R46
D2
6.8KΩF 1.00KΩF
BLU
10KΩ
1/4W
1/4W
510KΩ 510KΩ
C1
275V 1µF
10KΩ
R16
LED1
R3
C16
10KΩ
2.2KΩ
25V 0.1µF
R41
16V 10µF
C22
PTC
10KΩ
1.80KΩF
R9
10V 220µF
R10
C18
TB (TERMINAL BOAOD)
16V 10µF
C21
2
50V 0.1µF
1
R38
N
C20
10V 100µF
510Ω
C30
25V 100µF
6.8KΩF
R20
1/2W
1/2W
270KΩ 270KΩ
R40
MARK IS TEST POINT.
IF NOT SPECIFIED 1/4W (RESISTOR)
16V 10µF
R35
R21
14
6.8KΩF
C11
25V 0.1µF
L1
6.8KΩF
NOTE
1.
2.
W
U
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
GREEN/YELLOW
FROM C8
(CN12)
1
2
3
4
T4
250V
20A
WPE1
T3
R12
TO IPM (CN14)
1
2
IC2
18V
CN4
1
3
T11
CN3
1
3
5
2W 1.0K
1 2 3 4
1/2W
270K
R50
4-WAY
Valve
Fan
Motor
FC3
T1
R51
50V 0.01µF
R52
C31
R4
275V 1µF
4
RY2
18V
5V
2
1
560 F
R57
3.3K
250V
3A
4
3
4
5V
PC4 3
PC817X
(CN13)
R56 2
1
4.7K
WPE3
18V
TO PFM
1 2 3 4 5 6
1M 18V
8
3
IC4
1
4
2
R55
CNR2
(WINTER KIT)
CNR1
430V 2µF
C5
3 PC853H 2
1
4
PC2
3
2
RY1
3
3
PC817X7
1 PC1
4
2
1
C2
T2
3
4
5V
1
PC3 2
PC817X
18V
R1
13V
1/4W
510K
5V
Q4
Q3
Q1
Q2
NC
NC
(AF ARM) ERROR H
(AF CONT)
AF ON H NC
AF OFF L
5V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
P27
P26
P25
P24
P23
P22
P21
P20
P17
P16
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
P10
P07
P06
P05
P04
P03
P02
P01
P00
VSS
P37
P36
P35
P34
P33
P32
VCC
MRY1
FC5
5
4
3
BROWN
2
1
IN
OSC1
10MHz
1
F
5V
5V
BLU
RED
RED
T7
RED
AF1 (PFM)
SACT32010C
JP1
2
BLUE
C8
T8
450V 1300µF BLUE
OUT
CN10
1
2
3
4
5V
4
3
2
1
OUT
L
(CN12)
TO PWB
L
WINTER-KIT
5V
5V
1
2
PST
3
993D
IC3
2
3
FROM PWB (CN13)
6
AC2
VSS 32
31
XI
30
X0
MOD129
MOD228
RST 27
P60 26
P61 25
P62 24
P63 23
P64 22
AVSS 21
AVR 20
AVCC 19
AN7 18
AN6 17
AN5 16
AN4 15
AN3 14
AN2 13
AN1 12
AN0 11
P40 10
P41 09
P42 08
P43 07
P44 06
P45 05
P46 04
P47 03 NC
P30 02
P31 01
T5
T6
AC1
ORANGE
IN
1
T9
630V 0.33µF
T10
C10
YELLOW
BLUE
Figure L-4. Electronic Control Circuit Diagram for AE-X13BE
390
R59
5V
D8
MRY1
D6
RY1
D7
RY2
2.2K
RED
6.8K F
BLUE
C40
BROWN
C45
R13
C12
250V 4700pF
C13
25V 0.01µF D1
2W 1.0K
1/2W
270K
R54
25V 0.1µF
L4
10K
SA1
NR1
3.3K
15.8K F R53
C41
34.8K F
C46
25V 0.1 F
25V 100µF
R11
C4
C43
2W 1.0K
L3
IC1 MB89855
GRAY
BLACK
275V 1µF
R5
R6
25V 0.1µF
C44
WPE2
R39
R40
R2
250V 2200pF
R17
250V 2200pF
C3
5.6K
2.7K
NR2
250V 2200pF
R7
50V 0.01µF
R58
50V 1 F
250V 2200pF
C33
C14
50V 1000pF
R60
10K
FC2
10K
1/4W
510K
10K
R16
C16
C34
10K
C23
CT1
C17
C1
275V 1µF
LED1
R3
25V 0.1µF
10V 100 F
R34
F
250V
20A
1/2W
270K
1/2W
270K
FC4
C32
WHITE
250V 2200pF
WHITE
C26
GRAY
R46
R8
C15
BLU
16V 10µF
C22
PTC
10K
D2
F
10V 220µF
R10
QM1 (IPM)
TM-38A
4 3 2 1
CN11 (CONTROL PWB)
U
V
W
R28
R29
R30
R31
R32
R33
430
430
430
430
430
430
510
R36
Z
W
Y
V
X
U
13V
5V
1
2
3
4
5
6
CN8
5V
RED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1 : Red 2-10 : White
BLACK
WHITE V
FC1
TH1
(THERMISTOR for COMPRESSOR)
TH2
(THERMISTOR for HEAT-EXCHANGER)
TH3
(THERMISTOR for OUTDOOR TEMP.)
BCN11
FROM PWB (CN14)
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
C18
TB (TERMINAL BOAOD)
16V 10µF
C21
2
50V 0.1µF
1
16V 10µF
N
R21
1.80K
R9
6.8K F 1.00K
MARK IS TEST POINT.
IF NOT SPECIFIED 1/4W (RESISTOR)
R38
R35
6.8K F
15
C20
10V 100µF
510
C30
25V 100µF
6.8K F
R20
L1
6.8K F
NOTE
1.
2.
W
U
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
FROM
DIODE BRIDGE
DB1 " ~ "
FROM
PTC1
FROM
DIODE BRIDGE
DB1 " ~ "
T5(DB1~)
(BLACK)
C34
(GREEN/
YELLOW)
E1
C1
T1
1
(BROWN)
NR1
T4
C4
L4
WP
15
0V
25
C2
L3
A
R3
C20
C31
1
R5 2
Q4
B C E
D1
C12
Cool/40Hz
33
JP24
FROM
ELECTLYTIC
CAPACITOR
C8 " "
C23
C17
TERMINAL
FUSE ONLY
W2
R20
R21
C26
R38
C22
IC3
JP25
R46
1
WINTER KIT (OPTION)
R35
C18
R36
R34
4
(RED)
OSC1
F
CN10
CB
FROM
ELECTLYTIC
CAPACITOR
C8 " "
JP18
JP17
JP22
JP23 1 CN9 2
T7
IPM
(YELLOW) WPE2 10A 250V
IC1
32
(BLUE)
T9
FROM
TERMINAL
BOARD " 2 "
JP19
1
5V
JP20
JP21
R40
T8
CB
R39
(BLUE)
C16
JP14
JP15
JP16
C10
IPM
T10
T3
2
(RED)
PC2
R6
C32
64
2
1
4
3
R12
LED1
Q3
C15
PC1
3
4
R13
(GRAY)
(DB1~)
D8
JP12
JP8
JP9
R10
JP5
JP6
IC2
C11
JP7
R33
R32
R31
R30
R29
R28
R4
E
C
B
GND
C13
Q2
JP4
DPWBFA
JBKZ
QPWBFB397JBZZ 0
JP11
JP3
E&J
V&W2
10 12
D2
R9
13V
FROM
TERMINAL
BOARD " N "
(BLUE)
OUT
PTC
(BLUE)
JP1
FROM
POWER TRANSISTOR
MODULE QM1 " "
C30
T2
N
C3
MRY1
IN
R11
D7
1
FROM
POWER TRANSISTOR
MODULE QM1 " "
BCN11 (IPM)
R41
WINTER KIT
(OPTION)
JP2
TO
POWER TRANSISTOR
MODULE QM1
RY2
CNR2
T6(GRAY)
PTC
C33
E
C
B
R8
T11
(GRAY)
OPTION
(FROM WINTER KIT)
CT
1
E
C
B
RY1
CNR1
DIP
Q1
D6
R1
JP16
R17
R16
C14
R1
R2
(4-WAY VALVE)
CN4
1
3
FROM
4 WAY VALVE
3A 250V
WPE3
JP10
(FAN MOTOR)
CN3
5
NR2
C21
FROM
FAN MOTOR
FROM
TERMINAL
BOARD " 1 "
SA1
C5
FROM
CONTROL BOX
6
OPTION
(WINTER KIT)
1
CN8
(THERMISTOR)
FROM
THERMISTOR
Figure L-5 Printed Wiring Board for AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C
FROM
DIODE BRIDGE
DB1 " ~ "
T5(DB1~)
(BLACK)
C5
T1
1
(BROWN)
NR1
C4
WP
E1
C1
(GREEN/
YELLOW)
25
25
C2
A
L3
0V
FROM
POWER TRANSISTOR
MODULE QM1 " "
Q1
FROM
ELECTLYTIC
CAPACITOR
C8 " "
(RED)
1
FROM
ELECTLYTIC
CAPACITOR
C8 " "
C31
D1
C12
R4
C13
Q3
R17
R16
JP13
C14
R7
JP12
R13
IC1
R20
R21
C21
C26
OSC1
R38
C22
C23
C15
R10
IC3
JP22
OPTION
(WINTER KIT)
6
1
CN8
(THERMISTOR)
FROM
THERMISTOR
Figure L-6 Printed Wiring Board for AE-X13BE
16
R12
33
R11
Q4
F
CN10
4
FROM
TERMINAL
BOARD " 2 "
32
JP21
5V
WINTER KIT (OPTION)
T3
2
(RED)
JP20
R46
CB
Cool/40Hz
C17
R34
T7
IPM
(YELLOW) WPE2 20A 250V
2
1
4
3
R5 PC2
R6
R35
C18
JP25
R36
C32
E
C
B
JP16
JP14
JP15
(BLUE)
T9
C16
R33
R32
R31
R30
R29 1
R28
1
R40
T8 CB
LED1
PC1
3
4
1
R5 2
64
JP17
JP18
PC4
R41
C12
JP8
JP9
JP10
JP7
JP6
C20
4
3
BCN11 (IPM) 12
1
2
R60
C40
(BLUE)
5 IC4 8
2
1
E
C
B
JP11
3
4
C10
IPM
PC3
R53
(GRAY)
(DB1~)
JP19
D2
R9
C30
1
DPWBFA
JBKZ
QPWBFB388JBZZ 0
R59
FROM
TERMINAL
BOARD " N "
(BLUE)
GND
D8
13V
18V
JP5
4
T2
N
C3
OUT
PTC
(BLUE)
JP4
IC2
C45
OUT
4
C43
R54
C41
R51
MRY1
R8
Q2
1 CN13 6
R58
C44
R57
C45
JP23
IN
1 CN14 4
IN
JP3
RY2
WINTER KIT
(OPTION)
T10
C33
D7
JP2
E
C
B
T11
(GRAY)
T6(GRAY)
PTC
R3
D6
(4-WAY VALVE)
CN4
1
3
1
CNR2
DIP
CT
1
E
C
B
JP1
FROM
POWER TRANSISTOR
MODULE QM1 " "
R1
RY1
R39
TO
TRANSISTOR
MODULE QM1
R2
R50
R52
FROM
ELECTLYTIC
CAPACITOR C8
3A 250V
CNR1
CN12
TO
TRANSISTOR
MODULE QM1
WPE3
1
TO
ACTIVE FILTER
MODULE AF1
(FAN MOTOR)
CN3
5
NR2
OPTION
(FROM WINTER KIT)
FROM
TERMINAL
BOARD " 1 "
T4
C34
L4
FROM
4 WAY VALVE
FROM
CONTROL BOX
SA1
FROM
FAN MOTOR
FROM
DIODE BRIDGE
DB1 " ~ "
FROM
PTC1
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
FUNCTIONS
1. INDOOR UNIT
1-1 Temperature Adjustment
1-3 Hot keep
If the room temperature is in the j or k zone during
heating, the compressor is turned on and off to
prevent overheating.
The fan goes off 30 seconds after the compressor
goes off.
(1) Cooling
When the room temperature is higher than the preset
temperature by 2˚Cor more, the unit runs at the
maximum operation frequency until the temperature
comes down to the preset temperature.
When reaching the preset temperature, the unit runs
at the frequency calculated by the fuzzy operation
and switches to the normal control.
(2) Heating
When the room temperature is lower than the preset
temperature by 3.5˚C or more, the unit runs at the
maximum operation frequency until the temperature
comes down to the preset temperature.
When reaching the preset temperature, the unit runs
at the frequency calculated by the fuzzy operation
and
switches to the normal control.
(3) Dry
After operation begins, 2 minutes of the room
temperature is stored in memory, and that becomes
the set value.
Compressor
intermittent time
Fan
3 min. on - 3 min. off
Same as Compressor
3 min. on - 8 min. off
After "3 min. on - 3 min.off" is
repeated 4 times, the compressor
goes off, and only the fan
continues to repeat “3 min. on - 8
min.off”.
1-4 Automatic operation
The operating mode and temperature setting are
determined by the room temperature and the external
air temperature.
The operating mode will changeover automatically
with the following condition.
0
1-2 Indoor fan control
(1) Cooling
The fan speed can be selected from "Auto",
"Soft", "Low",and "HIgh".When "Soft", "Low" or
"HIgh" is selected, the fanspeed is constant
regardless of the room temperature.When "Auto"
is selected, the fan speed automatically changes
between "Soft" and "HIgh" depending on the
difference
between the room and preset temperature.
Control for indoor freezing prevention
If the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger
stays below approximately 1˚C for four minutes
during cooling or dry, this control stops the
compressor. Over 3˚C the compressor will run
again.
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21
10
18
Cooling Cooling Cooling
(26˚C) (25˚C) (24˚C)
28
Cooling
(24˚C)
Outdoor
temperature (°C)
34
Cooling
(25˚C)
Cooling
(26˚C)
(Dry)
Heating Heating Heating
(24˚C) (23˚C) (22˚C) (Room temperature
- 2°C)
Room
temperature
(˚C)
When the cooling operation only can use winter kit
1. From cooling to heating
Cooling mode will changeover to heating mode when
condition of indoor temperature 1.7˚C lower than the
set temperature conditions for 5 minutes.
2. From heating to cooling
Heating mode will change over to cooling mode when
condition of indoor temperature 1.3˚C higher than the
set temperature conditions for 25 minutes under Hot
keep condition.
3. When the set temperature is adjusted within the
range of ±2˚C by the remote control’s key.
(
), the changeover judgement room temp. will
also be shifted within the range of ±2˚C.
(2) Heating
Control for cold air blowing prevention
When heating begins, this control stops the
indoor
fan until the temperature of the indoor heat
exchanger reaches 23˚C. It also stops the fan if
the temperature goes below 21˚C during
operation.
1-5 ON-timer
The ON-timer is set by pressing the ON-timer button.
In order to attain the set temperature at the set time,
the operation starting time is corrected by neuro and
fuzzy computing one hour before the set time.
Temperature of the indoor heat exchanger
Preset Fan speed
35˚C
32˚C
The indoor fan operates at low speed.
23˚C
21˚C
The indoor fan stops.
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1-6 OFF-timer
The OFF-timer is set by pressing the OFF-timer
button. Operation is as follows:
1-8 One-hour operation
If this button is pressed when operation is stopped,
operation will begin and then stop after 1 hour.
If pressed when it is operating, will stop after one
hour.
Set temperature
Cooling
Heating
By fuzzy computing
Set the shift up time
Cooling setting + 1°C
Final Heating setting - 3°C
Dry
Same as above
(Final setting + 1°C)
1-9 Full power operation
Immediately begins cooling or heating at maximum
power and air flow.
(During heating)
Operates at setting of 32 ˚C.
(During cooling)
Operates at setting of 18 ˚C.
*During Heating
Timer set time
1-10 Power ON start
If a jumper wire is inserted into the place indicated
JP99 on the indoor control board, and the power
plug is inserted. cooling or heating will be
automatically determined by the room temperature
sensor on the main unit, and operation will begin.
Room
temperature
3°C
1
hour
Timer operation starts
1-11 Preheat
When heating is stopped, supplies a small amount
of power to the compressor to make heating start
more quickly. Operates when the indoor temperature
sensor and external air sensor detect that the room
temperature and outdoor temperature are low (below
18°C and 5°C, respectively). Stops when the
compressor chamber temperature rises above 25°C.
Preheat does not operate for 2 hours after heating
is stopped. After that, it goes on for 180 minutes
and then stops for 30 minutes, repeatedly.
Stops
*During Cooling / Dry
Timer set time
Room
temperature
1°C
1
hour
1-12
Timer operation starts
Stops
1-7 Swing louvre
The louvre is moved by a stepping motor to perform
swing and fixing in the set position.
If the "FLOW DIRECTION" button is prossed during
swing, it will stop. If the "FLOW DIRECTION" button
is pressed while it is stopped, it will swing.
The vertical adjustment louvre will change its angle
continuously.
Press the SWING button again when the vertical
adjustment louvre is at the desired position.
• The louvre will stop moving within the range shown
in the diagram.
• The adjusted position will be memorized and will
be automatically set to the same position when
operated the next time.
Power Cooling
select
AY-XP13CE
1-13
The adjustment range
is narrower the SWING
range in order to prevent condensation from
dripping.
Heating
H
7.9A
10.5A
L
6.1A
7.2A
Auto Restart
When power failure occures, after power is
recovered, the unit will automatically restart in the
same setting which were active before the power
failure.
Operating mode (Cool, Heat, Dry)
Temperature adjustment (within 2˚C range)
automatic operation
Temperature setting
Fan setting
Air flow direction
Power ON/OFF
Automatic operation mode setting
Swing louver
Adjustment range
COOL and DRY modes
Power selector (AY-XP13CE)
Operation power “H “ (High) or “L” (Low) can be
selected by switching the POWER SELECTOR
slide switch located above the AUX. button.
HEAT and FAN ONLY mode
Setting not memorized
Timer setting
Full power setting
The range is wide so the
air flow can be directed
toward the floor.
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1-14 Indoor/outdoor temperature display
Every time the Temperature check button is pressed
on the remote control, the display changes in the
order of indoor temperature
outdoor
temperature
no display. The temperature is
displayed on the temperature indicator on the main
unit to be referred to for energy saving.
(When the unit is not running, the display changes
between indoor temperature and no display.)Indoor
temperature is the temperature of the suction air
measured by the room thermistor, and outdoor
temperature is that measured by the outdoor
temperature thermistor. When indoor temperature is
displayed, the indoor LED on the main unit is lit, and
when outdoor temperature is displayed, the outdoor
LED is lit. For 90 seconds after the operation starts,
- - is displayed instead of the actual outdoor
temperature since it is still being measured.Because
of the effect of the exchanger, the unit cannot
confirm the exact indoor temperature right after the
operation is terminated. Therefore, for one hour
since the operation is stopped, the indoor
temperature immediately before the operation is
stopped is displayed. After over one hour since it is
stopped, the unit displays the actual room
temperature at that point.
(2) The minimum OFF time of the relay is 80 seconds.
It will not go ON again before 80 seconds elapses.
ON
ON
OFF
100 sec. 80 sec.
(3) If air conditioner operation is turned on again
during the 100 second delay before the compressor
relay goes off, the compressor relay will stay on.
ON
Air conditioner
operation
ON
OFF
ON
Compressor
relay
100 sec.
2. DESCRIPTION OF ODOR SENSOR
(1) Outline of the odor sensor
The odor sensor is used to cluster display during
operation. This odor sensor sensitively reacts to
the various air contaminations such as a volatile
organic solvent, fragrant materials and tabacco
burning gas. In the figure on the right, RS
indicates a sensor resistance, RL a load
resistance, VRS a sensor output voltage, and
VC a sensor power supply voltage. Their relation
is expressed in the following formula.
When the air contamination level increases, the
value of the sensor resistance RS drops, which
also lowers the value of the sensor output voltage.
Basic circuit
5V
R66
C32
Q8
R65
R64
Odor sensor
3
VC
RL
2
R41
C31
RS
1
Q7
Microcomputer
output
V RS
Microcomputer
input
R52
V RS =
RS
RL + RS
VC
While detecting contamination, the microcomputer
outputs the following pulse to the transistor Q8,
which drives the heater with the built-in odor sensor
using the pulse.
1-16 Compressor relay
(1) It is ON during operation, and when operation is
stopped, goes OFF after a delay of 100 seconds
(not immediately).
Compressor
relay
ON
OFF
Compressor
relay
1-15 Error diagnostic display
(a) Indoor unit
(1) When an error is detected, all relays are turned
off. At the same time, the details of the error are
displayed by flashing the number corresponding
to the type of the error. The details can also be
displayed by pressing down the emergency
operation switch for 5 seconds or more in the
state of operation stop.However, if the operation
is continued only in the serial open state and the
state remains unchanged after that, the main
relay is turned off in 8 minutes. In the serial short
state, the error is not displayed and the
operation is continued. If the unit stays in the
same state, the main relay is turned off in 8
minutes. Although the error is not displayed, it is
memorized and can be displayed when it is
recalled.
(2) If the operation is stopped and the emergency
operation button is pressed down for 5 seconds
or more, the self-diagnosis memory can be
recalled.
(3) Details of self-diagnosis (error mode) are
informed by the flashing number as well as the
lighting pattern of the operation lamp which
flashes with the timer lamp.(For details, refer to
Error diagnostic method.)
Air conditioner
operation
ON
Air conditioner
operation
ON
OFF
512(µs)
ON
12.8(ms)
OFF
100 sec.
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What to Odor Sensor react to ?
Odor Sensor also may react to vapour of insecticides, cosmetics, alcohol, hemicals and the like, and to extreme change
of temperature / humidity.
(2) Detection of the air contamination by the fluctuation ratio of sensor resistance
The output voltage from the odor sensor is input into the microcomputer to detect the air contamination.
This method detects the air contamination by converting sensor output voltage into the sensor resistance value
and calculating its fluctuation ratio per unit of time. Therefore, the sensor determines that the air is contaminated
when the sensor resistance value drops abruptly.
Reference value (R0)
Smoking start
Time
Clean
Determined value K
New reference value (R0)
Additional operation
1 min.
Determined
contaminated
Contaminated
Determined
clean
(3) Operation of the microcomputer
When the air conditioner is power on, the microcomputer starts operating and, after 1 minute, starts detecting the air
contamination.
(4) Switching sensitivity of the odor sensor
The sensitivity of the odor sensor can be adjusted when the sensor is too
responsive or unresponsive.
It is set as standard at the factory.
Sensitivity is divided into three levels: high, standard, and low.
The contamination is detected when the sensor resistance drops below
following percentages compared to the reference value in a clean state.
(This is equal to the description of the resistance of the allergen sensor.)
High (85%)
Standard (80%)
Low (75%)
P.W.B.
R7
R6
15kΩ
15kΩ
13kΩ
13kΩ
3. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIAL ALLERGEN SENSOR
(1) Outline of the optical allergen sensor
As with the odor sensor, this sensor is used to display cluster during the operation. The pulse signal is output
from the microcomputer into the basic circuit show in the figure below, and the sensor signal is input into the
microcomputer according to the size or amount of the dust.
12V
Basic circuit
R39
1
Output
2
Allergen
sensor
Input
3
6
R38
R40
R72
C30
20
Input
4
5
50Hz : 20.0 ms
60Hz : 16.6 ms
C29
Q6
Output
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AE-X13BE
(2) Dust detection by using the sensor
The output voltage from the optical allergen sensor is input into the indoor unitÅfs microcomputer to detect the air
contamination (dust). This method inputs the sensor voltage per unit of time and calculates the relative fluctuation
to determine whether the air is contaminated or not.
Contaminated
Reference
value
Determined
contaminated
Determined
clean
Clean
(3) Operation of the indoor unit's microcomputer
As with the odor sensor, the microcomputer starts constantly detecting the air contamination level after 1 minute of
the operation start.
(4) Switching sensitivity of the optical allergen sensor
The sensitivity can be adjusted. However, both sensors will be adjusted
to the same level.
The air contamination is detected in the following seconds at each sensor
level.
High (2 sec.)
Med (3 sec.)
Low (4 sec.)
R7
15kΩ
15kΩ
TIPS ABOUT INDICATOR PANEL
The indicator panel will change each time you press
the DISPLAY button in the following manner.
DISPLAY
FULL
POWER
ECO
POWER MONITOR
Room Temp.
Lamp
Temperature
Indicator
The room temperature and
POWER MONITOR are displayed.
The outdoor temperature and
POWER MONITOR are displayed.
ECO
Outdoor Temp.
Lamp
No display.
POWER MONITOR
When the room temperature or the outdoor temperature is displayed, the POWER MONITOR
will light up in 4 levels for COOL and HEAT modes (3 levels for DRY mode), to indicate the
operation power. When the air conditioner is operating at maximum power in the COOL and
HEAT modes, "Power" will light and "Eco" will turn off on the indicator panel.
NOTES:
• The displayed temperatures are rough estimates and may vary from the actual temperatures.
• Temperature display ranges
Room temperature: 0°C ~ 40°C (
is displayed when less than 0°C and
when higher
than 40°C)
Outdoor temperature: -9°C ~ 45°C (
is displayed when less than -9°C and
when higher
than 45°C)
•
is displayed during the first 90 seconds of operation while the temperatures are being
detected.
• Only the room temperature can be displayed for 5 seconds when the unit is not in operation.
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R6
13kΩ
13kΩ
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AE-X13BE
PLASMA CLUSTER OPERATION
You can choose PLASMA CLUSTER AUTO OPERATION, AIR CLEAN OPERATION or
REFRESHING OPERATION
operation, press the
1 During
button to select the mode.
PLASMACLUSTER AUTO
AIR CLEAN
PLASMACLUSTER
REFRESHING
CANCEL
AUTO
AM
MODE
• In the AIR CLEAN operation, the blue
PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will light up.
• In the REFRESHING operation, the green
PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will light up.
1h
FAN
SWING
1
CLEAN
SET/C
NOTES:
TO CANCEL
Press the PLASMACLUSTER button until
PLASMACLUSTER symbol on the remote control
display goes off.
• The PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will turn
off.
• Setting of the PLASMACLUSTER operation will be memorized and will operate in the
same mode, the next time you turn on the air conditioner.
• To turn off the PLASMACLUSTER lamp, press the DISPLAY button.
SELF CLEAN OPERATION
".
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) and the blue
PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will light up.
• The unit will stop operation after forty minutes.
• The remaining operation time will be indicated on
the TEMPERATURE INDICATOR of the indoor
unit in minute decrements.
AM
FAN
SWING
1
CLEAN
SET/C
NOTE:
TO CANCEL
Press the SELF CLEAN button.
Or, turn the unit off by pressing the ON/OFF button.
),the blue
• The red OPERATION lamp (
PLASMACLUSTER lamp and the TEMPERATURE
INDICATOR on the unit will turn off.
• You cannot set the temperature, fan speed, air flow direction or timer setting during the
SELF CLEAN operation.
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TIP ABOUT PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION
The ionizer inside the air conditioner will release cluster ions, which are
collective mass of positive and negative ions, into the room.
The cluster ions eliminate airborne mold fungus and deodorize / decompose
odor-causing molecules.
Ionizer
Mold fungus
Odor
Cluster ions
Eliminate, deodorize, decompose
AIR CLEAN OPERATION
Cluster ions released into the air will keep your room air clean.
REFRESHING OPERATION
Negative cluster ions which also exist in natural environment will be released into the air of your
room in an increased rate, and help your physical and mental refreshment.
PLASMACLUSTER AUTO OPERATION
Allergen sensor and odor sensor will detect foul air in the room.
Air Clean Operation will be performed for one minute after the air conditioner is operated to
detect foul air.
Air Clean Operation and Refreshing Operation will be selected and be performed automatically
depending on the air foul degree.
Air Clean Operation will be performed when the air is detected to be foul, Refreshing Operation
will be performed when the air is clean.
SELF CLEAN OPERATION
Plasmacluster Operation will be performed with FAN or HEAT mode, in order to reduce the
growth of mold fungus, and dry inside of the air conditioner unit.
Utilize the operation at seasonal change over terms.
Mold fungus already grown can not be eliminated by this operation.
TIPS ABOUT ALLERGEN SENSOR AND ODOR SENSOR
What does Allergen Sensor react to?
• Alergen sensor reacts to mold fungus, plants/flowers pollen, dead ticks, dust, tobacco smoke
etc.
What to Odor Sensor react to?
• Odor Sensor reacts to tobacco smoke, motor exhaust, odor emitted from animals, etc.
Allergen and Odor Sensor also may react to vapour of insecticides, cosmetics, alcohol,
chemicals and the like, and to extreme change of temperature/humidity.
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2. OUTDOOR UNIT
2-1 Defrost operation
(AE-X08BE/X08BE-C/X10BE/X10BE-C/13BE)
(1) Overview
Defrosting begins during heating if the conditions for
compressor operation time and outdoor heat
exchanger temperature are met.
When defrosting begins, the indoor and outdoor fans
stop. Defrosting stops when the temperature of the
outdoor heat exchanger goes above approximately
5˚C or defrosting time exceeds 13 minutes.
Defrost
mask time
Defrost
mask time
(3) During defrosting
When defrosting begins, the compressor stops.
Approximately 1 minutes later, the compressor
reactivates in the refrigeration cycle, and the outdoor
heat exchanger is defrosted.
Each mode is as follows:
The outdoor fan is stopped
The operating frequency is as shown in the table
below The indoor fan is stopped
(4) Defrost stop
When defrosting time exceeds 13 minutes When the
temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger rises
above approximately 5˚C Defrost stop is determined
by either of the above conditions, and the compressor
is stopped. At the same time, the outdoor fan go ON.
The compressor is reactivated in the heating cycle 1
minute after it was stopped, and normal control
resumes.
Defrost
mask time
Heating
begins
Defrosting
Max. 13 min.
Defrosting
Max. 13 min.
2) Defrosting
If the compressor operation time is more than 20
minutes in the heating mode and the outdoor air
temperature and outdoor heat exchange temperature
satisfy the defrosting conditions, the defrosting
operation is started.
When the outdoor sheat-exchanger temperature
reaches approx. 5°C or above or when the defrosting
time exceeds 12 minutes, the defrosting operation is
quit.
More than
More than
More than
20 min.
20 min.
20 min.
2-2 Frequency control
operation
Frequency
Defrosting
Defrosting
Max. 12 min.
Max. 12 min.
Cool
Heat
AE-X08BE-C
5.3A
5.4A
AE-X10BE-C
6.2A
6.7A
AE-X13BE
7.9A
10.5A
(1) AC current peak control
(2) Control for prevention of indoor heat exchanger
overheating. If the temperature of the indoor heat
exchanger exceeds the overheating prevention line
1 or 2 during heating, the operating frequency is
lowered by approximately 5 to 10 Hz. After that, the
frequency is lowered by approximately 5Hz once
every 60 seconds or 10 Hz once every 120 seconds.
When the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger
goes below the overheating prevention line 1, the
frequency is raised by approximately 5 Hz once
every 60 seconds, and normal operation is restored.
If the frequency is lowered to minimum frequency
without the temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger
decreasing and this condition lasts for 1 minute, the
compressor will be stopped.
Heating
start
Set value
Model
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
AE-X13BE
120
113
107
100
50
43
37
AE-X08BE-C
101
100
90
85
50
45
40
AE-X10BE-C
114
109
103
97
50
43
37
Overheating prevention line 1(Lower 5Hz)
Operating Frequency
A~
A~B
B~C
C~D
D~E
E~F
F~G
~G
During normal operation
[°C]
46.11
49.59
51.87
53.29
54.26
53.29
52.34
51.41
During full power operation
[°C]
49.14
51.87
54.75
56.25
58.32
56.76
55.74
54.26
Overheating prevention line 2(Lower 10Hz)
Operating Frequency
A~
A~B
B~C
C~D
D~E
E~F
F~G
~G
During normal operation
[°C]
48.26
51.87
51.87
55.24
56.25
55.24
54.26
53.29
During full power operation
[°C]
51.41
51.87
53.77
58.32
59.94
58.32
57.27
56.25
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(3) Control for prevention of outdoor heat exchanger overheating. If the temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger
exceeds the overheating prevention lone 1 or 2 during cooling, the operating frequency is lowered by approximately
5 to 15 Hz.
After that, the frequency is lowered by approximately 5 once every 60 seconds or approximately 15Hz once every
120 seconds. When the temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger goes below the overheating prevention clear
line, the frequency is raised by approximately 5 Hz once every 60 seconds, and normal operation is restored. If the
frequency is lowered to minimum frequency without the temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger decreasing and
this condition lasts for 1 minute, the compressor will be stopped.
Overheating prevention line 1
Overheating prevention line 1
Overheating prevention line 1
4)
56˚C
58˚C
55˚C
Lower 5Hz once every 60 seconds
Lower 15Hz once every 120 seconds
Control for prevention of discharge overheating
If the discharge temperature exceeds approximately 105°C during compressor operation, the operating frequency
is lowered by approximately 5 Hz. After that, the frequency is lowered by approximately 5 Hz once every 60
seconds. When the discharge temperature goes below approximately 104°C, the frequency is raised by approximately
5 Hz once every 60 seconds, and normal operation is restored.
If the frequency is lowered to minimum frequencywithout the discharge temperature decreasing and this condition
lasts for 1 minute, the compressor will be stopped.
(5) Control for prevention of indoor heat exchanger freezing
If the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger goes below approximately 5°C during cooling(only Full power
operation), the operating frequency is lowered by approximately 5 Hz. After that, the frequency is lowered by
approximately 5 Hz once every 60 seconds. When the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger rises above
approximately 5°C, the frequency is raised by approximately 5 Hz once every 60 seconds, and normal operation is
restored.
If the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger goes down to approximately 0°C and this condition continues for
4 minutes, the compressor is stopped.
When the temperature rises above approximately 2˚C, normal operation is restored.
2-3 Overcurrent protection
(1) Compressor lock detection
If the set value 2.7A of AC current is exceeded in 6 seconds when operation begins, operation is stopped. In this
case, the compressor outdoor fan does not stop, and 170 seconds after operation is stopped, another try will be
made. Three retries are allowed. On the fourth retry, a complete stop request signal is sent to the indoor unit, and
the outdoor unit will remain stopped until reset is performed. At this time, the 3-minute delay for control of the
outdoor unit will not function; therefore, do not cancel by removing the plug and cutting the power.
(2) DC overcurrent detection, AC overcurrent detection
To protect against overcurrent due to sudden changes in load, the compressor is stopped if the set value
AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C: 26A), AE-X13BE: 47A) DC is exceeded in the DC section, or the set value
(AE-X08-C/10BE-C: 11A, AE-X13BE: 13A) AC is exceeded in the AC section. In this case, the outdoor fan does
not stop, and 170 seconds after operation is stopped, another try will be made. Three retries are allowed. On the
fourth retry, a complete stop request signal is sent to the indoor unit, and the outdoor unit will remain stopped until
reset is performed. At this time, the 3-minute delay for control of the outdoor unit will not function; therefore, do not
cancel by removing the plug and cutting the power.
2-4 Compressor protector control
If the temperature of the compressor chamber exceeds 114°C, the compressor is stopped. In this case, the outdoor
fan does not stop, and when the compressor chamber temperature decreases to 100°C three minutes after
operation is stopped, another try will be made. Three retries are allowed. On the fourth retry, a complete stop
request signal is sent to the indoor unit, and the outdoor unit will remain stopped until reset is performed. At this
time, the 3-minute delay for control of the outdoor unit will not function; therefore, do not cancel by removing the
plug and cutting the power.
2-5 Power transistor module protector
If the temperature of the chips in the power transistor module exceeds 105 °C, the compressor is stopped.
In this case, the outdoor fan does not stop, and when the temperature of the chips in the power transistor module
decreases to 105 °C 170 seconds seconds after operation is stopped, another try will be made.
Three retries are allowed. On the fourth retry, a complete stop request signal is sent to the indoor unit, and the
outdoor unit will remain stopped until reset is performed. At this time, the 3-minute delay for control of the outdoor
unit will not function; therefore, do not cancel by removing the plug and cutting the power.
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2-6 Power factor module
(AE-X08BE-C / AE-X10BE-C)
If a voltage error (over 400 V), current error (over 17 A), or temperature error (over 90°C) is detected in the power
factor module, 170 seconds the compressor is stopped.
(AE-X13BE)
If a voltage error (over 420V) is detected at power factor module output voltage, 170seconds the compressor is
stopped.
In this case, the outdoor fan does not stop, and 170 seconds after operation is stopped, another try will be made.
Three retries are allowed. On the fourth retry, a complete stop request signal is sent to the indoor unit, and the
outdoor unit will remain stopped until reset is performed. At this time, the 3-minute delay for control of the outdoor
unit will not function; therefore, do not cancel by removing the plug and cutting the power.
2-7 Serial signals
(1) Serial signals consist of all 96-bit signals.
(2) If the outdoor unit does not receive a serial signal, it will stop approximately 30 seconds later. Note that this is true
only of normal operation; in test mode, it does not stop and operation takes place based on the test mode
commands.
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FUNCTION AND OPERATION OF PROTECTIVE PROCEDURES
Operation
NO
Function
Description
Detection
time
Self diagnostic
display
Restart
condition
Restart
times
Indoor Outdoor
Operation OFF
No limit
Yes
No
During cooling
Lowers the operating frequency if the
temperature of the indoor heat exchanger and dry
goes below 5°C during cooling. Stops the
compressor if the temperature stays below
0°C for 4 minutes.
Automatically
restarts when the
exchange
temperature rises
above the freezing
prevention
temperature (above
2°C)
No limit
No
No
Indoor
overheating
control
During heating
Lowers the operating frequency if the
temperature of the indoor heat exchanger
rises above the overheating temperature
during heating. Stops the compressor if the
temperature stays above the overheating
temperature for 1 minute at minimum
frequency or less.
Set values for overheating temperature
During normal operation: 46°C to 54°C
During full power operation: 49°C to
58°C
Automatically
restarts when the
exchange
temperature goes
below the
overheating
temperature.
No limit
No
No
4
DC
overcurrent
During
Stops the compressor if a current of
approximately 47/26A or more flows in the compressor
operation
power transistor module. Also stops the
compressor if the temperature of the
power transistor module is exceeds 105°C.
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
8 times
Yes
Yes
5
AC
overcurrent
During
Lowers the operating frequency if the
compressor
compressor AC current exceeds
set valve( ).Show "2-2(1)AC peak control" operation
Stops the compressor if the current
exceeds at 40Hz or less set valve( ).
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
4 times
Yes
Yes
6
Compressor
lock
Stops the compressor if the compressor
AC current exceeds (AE-X08BE-C/AEX10BE-C: 26A, AE-X13BE: 47A)
immediately after activating the
compressor (in 6 seconds).
Immediately
after
compressor
activation.
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
4 times
Yes
Yes
Indoor fan
lock
When indoor
Stops operation if no revolution pulse
signal is input from the indoor fan motor for fan is revolving
one minute.
Indoor fan
rpm error
Stops operation if the revolution pulse
signal from the indoor fan indicates low
rpm (approximately 300 rpm or less).
2
Indoor
freezing
guard
3
1
( )
Model
Set valve
Cool
Heat
AE-X08BE-C
5.3A
5.4A
AE-X10BE-C
6.2A
6.7A
AE-X13BE
7.9A
10.5A
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Operation
NO
Function
7
Compressor
overheating
control
During
Lowers the operating frequency if the
compressor
temperature of the compressor chamber
operation
thermistor (TH1) rises above 105°C or
101°C.
Stops the compressor if the thermistor
stays above 105°C or 101°C for 1 minutes
at minimum frequency or less.
8
Compressor
high
temperature
error
Stops the compressor if the compressor
chamber thermistor is above 114°C.
(Or when TH1 shorts)
9
Outdoor heat
exchanger
overheating
control
During
Lowers the operating frequency if the
temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger compressor
rises above 56°C during cooling. Stops the operation
compressor if the temperature stays above
56°C for 1 minute at minumum frequency.
Description
Detection
time
During
operation
Self diagnostic
display
Restart
condition
Restart
times
Indoor Outdoor
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
No limit
No
No
Automatically
restarts when
thermistor (TH1)
temperature falls
below 100°C
(approximately 30
minutes)
4 times
Yes
Yes
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
No limit
No
No
10 Outdoor
thermistor
short
Stops the compressor if an outdoor
thermistor (excluding TH1) shorts.
When
compressor is
activated
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
4 times
Yes
Yes
11 Outdoor
thermistor
open
Stops the compressor if the circuit of an
outdoor thermistor breaks.
When
compressor is
activated
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
4 times
Yes
Yes
During
compressor
operation
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
4 times
Yes
Yes
Automatically
restarts less than 8
minutes after
operation stops
No limit
Yes
During
operation
Restarts after
reception of serial
signal
No limit
During
compressor
operation
Automatically
restarts after safety
time (170 seconds)
4 times
12 AC abnormal Stops the compressor if if the operating
current error frequency is above 70 Hz and the
compressor current is below 1.0 A.
13 Serial signal
error
Turns the compressor relay off if the indoor During
operation
unit does not receive a serial signal from
the outdoor unit for 8 minutes.
Stops the compressor if the outdoor unit
does not receive a serial signal from the
indoor unit for 30 seconds.
14 Power factor When an power factor module error input
is detected.
module
(Active filter)
error
28
Yes
Yes
Yes
Normal
Condition
of indoor
and
outdoor
unit
Indoor and outdoor unit
completely stopped
4 seconds off
Display by indoor unit operation lamp
Displayed in a pattern which comes on at the same
time as the timer lamp
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11 times Power factor module error 1. Check wiring of power factor module.
C8 :
RC-AZA046JBE0 (1500µF 420V)
Capacitor clamp :
LBNDKA099JBWZ (Same for AE-X13BE)
In cases when power supply voltage waveshape distortion is large,
it can be improved by increasing the capacitance of capacitor C8.
1. Replace the power factor module.
2. Replace C8. ( )
AC abnormal current 1. Can voltage be detected at the current transformer on the outdoor 1. Replace the outdoor control board
6 times error
assembly
unit control board?
(Current transformer wire break.)
7 times AC overcurrent error
1. Is the discharge outlet of the outdoor unit clogged ?
1. Clear the discharge outlet.
1. Reattach.
2. Replace the outdoor thermistor
assembly.
1. Replace power transistor
module
1. Replace the outdoor thermistor
assembly.
Twice
1. Check the circuit in the power transistor module.
2. Is the outdoor fan revolving ?
Short circuit of the 1. Measure the resistance of thermistor TH2 on the outdoor unit
4 times
(see Figure 2).
thermistor error
Open circuit of the 1. Are the connectors of the outdoor unit thermistors well attached ?
5 times
2. Measure the resistance of thermistors TH1 and TH2 on the
thermistor error
outdoor unit (see Figure 2).
Overheat of the compressor error
(protector operating) or
outdoor compressor
thermistor TH1 short
3 times DC overcurrent error
Compressor lock error
Once
1. Clear the discharge outlet.
2. Assure power supply voltage.
3. Refill to rated amount.
4. Replace the outdoor ther-mistor
assembly.
5. Replace the indoor control board
assembly or only TH2.
Solution
: Blinks 3 times at 0.2-second intervals
1. Is the discharge outlet of the outdoor unit clogged ?
2. Is the power supply voltage at least 198 V at full power operation ?
3. Check for refrigerant leaks at the tubing connections.
4. Measure the resistance of compressor thermistor TH1 on the
outdoor unit (see Figure 2).
5. Measure the resistance of heat exchanger pipe thermistor TH2 on
the indoor unit (see Figure 1).
What to check, procedure
: ON
1. Apply an external shock to the
compressor.
2. Replace the compressor.
Normal
Diagnosis
: OFF
Does compressor active ? Does it go off immediately after active ?
Display by
outdoor
unit lamp
LED 1
: Blinks at 2-second intervals
BREAK DOWN DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
Self-diagnostic procedure using display mode
If the timer lamp blinks during operation, the problem can be diagnosed using the following table.
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30
4 seconds off
Display by indoor unit operation lamp
Displayed in a pattern which comes on at the same
time as the timer lamp
Display by
outdoor
unit lamp
LED 1
Cluster generator
circuit error
Outdoor power supply
does't turn on.
Wiring mistake.
Serial short
Serial open
Indoor fan out of order
Diagnosis
Note: 1. Normal : Only the timer lamp blinks. Error : Displayed by blinking of run
lamp (above table).
2. If the power plug is removed from the outlet or the breaker is switched to
"OFF", the self-diagnostic memory will be erased.
3. Example of outdoor unit LED 1 blinking :
Only recall of self-diagnosis
memory.
Indoor and outdoor units are
not stopped.
Indoor unit
operating
Outdoor unit
completely stopped
Condition
of indoor
and
outdoor
unit
: OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
1 time
0.6
1
1
1
0.6
1
1
1
sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec.
2 times
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
1
0.6
1
1
1
0.6
1
0.6
sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec.
1
1
sec.. sec
1. Check the wiring between parts.
2 Indoor control board.
3. Hi-voltage unit.
Overheat of the compressor
Compressor lock
1. Rewire.
2 Replace the control board.
3. Replace the Hi-voltage unit.
1. Rewire.
2. Replace the fuse, replace the
outdoor board assembly.
3. Replace the control board.
4. Replace the control board.
1. Rewire.
1. Rewire.
1. Check the wiring between units.
1. Check the wiring between units.
2. Check the fuse in the outdoor unit.
3. Indoor control board.
4. Outdoor control board.
1. Check the wiring between units.
Solution
: Blinks 3 times at 0.2-second intervals
1. Replace fan motor
2. Reattach.
3. Replace the indoor control board
assembly.
: ON
1. Is the fan motor locked ?
2. Is the wiring connector firmly fitted ?
3. Is the rotation pulse signal applied to the motor ?
What to check, procedure
: Blinks at 2-second intervals
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K
0
0
20
30
40
Tester
4
Tester
1
Cautions when attaching or removing the board
10
Room temperature
thermistor TH1 (yellow)
25°C resistance 10 K
40
20
Heat exchange thermistor
TH2 (orange)
25°C resistance 15 K
60
-10
Orange
CN6
Heat exchange
Color
Yellow
Signal
Room temperature CN6
Thermistor
To measure the resistance, first remove
the connector as shown at right.
80
100
Room temperature Heat exchange
thermistor TH1
thermistor TH2
Pin No. 42
Pin No. 43
Microcomputer
terminal
(C14 )
(GND)
Adaptor
(R17)
Low input
High input
0
1
1
To Outdoor control board
PC2
R6
0
Input
signal
Cool / 40Hz
3
4
1
R5 2
PC1
When operating only the outdoor unit (cooling 40 Hz fixed mode) To make
only the outdoor unit run in cooling mode, short the places marked with
arrows below with an adaptor, and apply a voltage of 220 ~ 240 V AC to 1
and N on the terminal board.
(Avoid operating the outdoor unit alone for long periods of time.)
Resistance
Temperature properties of indoor thermistors
JP21
31
R17
R16
C14
R7
0
100K
200K
300K
400K
500K
Figure 2
)
Resistance (
-20
0
20
80 100 120
5.78K 3.06K
4.17K 2.28K
1.72K
Temperature (°C)
60
25°C resistance
45 K
TH1 compressor thermistor
Outdoor temp.
TH3 No. 5 to 6
thermistor
Green
Heat exchanger
pipe thermistor TH2 No. 3 to 4 Orange
Red
Color
Tester
To measure the
resistance, first
remove the
connector from the
board.
0
20 40 60
Temperature (°C)
TH1 No. 1 to 2
-20
No. Connector
0
10K
20K
30K
Connector
CN8
0°C resistance
1
14.5 K
25°C resistance
4.431 K
TH2,TH3
Compressor
thermistor
6
40K
TH2 Heat exchange thermistor
TH3 Outdoor temp. thermistor
Thermistor
Tester
Connector
CN8
1
Temperature properties of outdoor thermistors
)
Resistance (
Figure 1
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AE-X13BE
AY-XP08/10/13CE
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AE-X13BE
REFRIGERATION CYCLE
Indoor unit
Evaporator
3
Flare coupling
Flare coupling
3-way
2-way
valve
valve
Heating
Cooling
Silencer
Strainer
s
Outdoor unit
Accumulator
4
Capillary
tube A
1
Capillary
tube B
Compressor
Coil
Capillary
tube C
(2 pieces)
Condenser
C
Reverse valve
2
Figure R-1. Refrigeration Cycle for AY-XP08CE/10CE/13CE
Standard conditions:
AY-XP08CE / AY-XP10CE / AY-XP13CE
Indoor side
Outdoor side
Dry-bulb Temp. (˚C) Relative Humidity (%) Dry-bulb Temp. (˚C) Relative Humidity (%)
Cooling
27
Heating
20
47
35
40
7
87
Temperature at each part and pressure in 3-way valve
Model
AY-XP08CE
Operation
mode
Cool Heat Cool
(Max.) (Max.)
80
more
than 84
1
93˚C
90˚C
2
43˚C
1˚C
3
12˚C
31˚C
4
19˚C
3-way valve
pressure
(MPaG)
0.50
Hz
No.
AY-XP13CE
AY-XP10CE
Heat
50 settle 50 settle
Cool Heat Cool
(Max.) (Max.)
more
than 83
75
Heat
50 settle 50 settle
67˚C 56˚C 102˚C
94˚C
70˚C
75˚C
2˚C
43˚C
0˚C
42˚C
15˚C 29˚C
14˚C
30˚C
3˚C
12˚C
2˚C
16˚C
1.70
0.60
1.28
0.47
41˚C
Cool Heat Cool
(Max.) (Max.)
98
Heat
more
than 107 50 settle 50 settle
96˚C 100˚C
73˚C
58˚C
3˚C
42˚C
2˚C
41˚C
3˚C
15˚C
29˚C
13˚C
35˚C
15˚C
31˚C
9˚C
11˚C
8˚C
13˚C
3˚C
11˚C
3˚C
1.66
0.62
1.30
0.45
1.80
0.64
1.20
Dimension of Capillary tube
AY-XP08CE
AY-XP10CE
AY-XP13CE
Model
O.D
I.D
L
O.D
I.D
L
O.D
I.D
L
Capillary tube A
ø2.7
ø1.4
500
ø2.7
ø1.5
600
ø2.7
ø1.6
300
Capillary tube B
ø2.7
ø1.4
400
ø2.7
ø1.5
400
ø2.7
ø1.6
300
Capillary tube C
ø2.7
ø1.6
150
ø2.7
ø1.6
150
ø2.7
ø1.6
150
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AE-X13BE
PERFORMANCE CURVES
NOTE: 1) Indoor fan speed: Hi
2) Vertical adjustment louver "45˚", Horizontal adjustment louver "front"
3) Indoor air temp. : Cooling 27˚C, Heating 20˚C
(Running frequency: 63Hz)
(Running frequency: 49Hz)
Input(W)
1000
700
14
10
700
40
35
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
25
30
35
Outside air temp.(˚C)
45
3.6
3.2
2.8
2.4
40
-5
(Running frequency: 74Hz)
(Running frequency: 62Hz)
1000
Input(W)
1100
900
800
16
14
12
3.2
3.0
45
40
2.6
2.4
30
35
Outside air temp.(˚C)
900
800
2.8
25
1000
Heating capacity(kW)
700
Outlet air temp.(˚C)
Input(W)
10
Figure P-4. At Heating for AY-XP08CE
Figure P-1. At Cooling for AY-XP08CE
Cooling capacity(kW)
0
5
7
Outside air temp.(˚C)
40
35
4.0
30
3.5
3.0
2.5
-5
Figure P-2. At Cooling for AY-XP10CE
0
5
7
Outside air temp.(˚C)
10
Figure P-5. At Heating for AY-XP10CE
(Running frequency: 95Hz)
(Running frequency: 79Hz)
1600
1100
14
Cooling capacity(kW)
12
10
4.0
3.8
45
3.6
3.4
3.2
25
30
35
Outside air temp.(˚C)
1300
1200
Heating capacity(kW)
1000
1400
40
5.5
40
5.0
35
4.5
30
4.0
3.5
3.0
-5
Figure P-3. At Cooling for AY-XP13CE
0
5
7
Outside air temp.(˚C)
10
Figure P-6. At Heating for AY-XP13CE
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Outlet air temp.(˚C)
Input(W)
1500
1200
Outlet air temp.(˚C)
Input(W)
1300
Outlet air temp.(˚C)
Cooling capacity(kW)
12
800
Heating capacity(kW)
600
900
Outlet air temp.(˚C)
800
Outlet air temp.(˚C)
Input(W)
900
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AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
FOR INDOOR UNIT [AY-XP08CE/AY-XP10CE/AY-XP13CE]
CAUTION : DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE ANY SERVICING
1. Open the opne panel, and remove 2 air filters.
5. Pull the front panel up.
2. Remove 4 screws fixing the front panel.
6. Remove the unit-to-unit wiring from the terminal
board.
3. Remove the screw fixing the cord clamp.
Note :
During reassembly, install the holder after installing the
front panel. This will make it
easier to assemble the front panel.
7. Remove a screw fixing the control box cover, and
remove it.
8. Remove 2 screws fixing the 2 ground wires and
terminal.
Note :
During reassembly, take care direction of the lead wires.
4. Close the open panel. Pushing the nail of the front
panel.
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9. Remove 2 screws fixing the sensor holder, lead cover
A and lead cover B from the evaporator.
13. Pushing the 2 hooks of the holder, remove the
display board unit 3 from the holder.
And remove 2 screws fixing the cluster holder from
the drain pan.
10.Cut off 3 fixing bands.
During reassembly, fix them by fixing bands as same
certainly.
14.Remove 3 screws fixing the LED HOLDER B
11. Remove 2 thermistors of the evaporator and the pipe.
15. Remove the screw fixing the pipe holder.
CN1
CN5
CN4
CN3
12.Remove 4 conectors.
16. Remove 3 screws fixing the control box,and remove
the control box.
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20. Remove 4 screws fixing the evaporator.
17. Remove a screw fixing the drain pan.
21. Remove the evaporator from the cabinet.
18. Pull the drain pan toward you.
19. Remove the drain cover from the evaporator.
22. Remove 3 screws fixing the motor cover, and pull up
the fan.
Note: During reassembly, verify that the dew
on the pipe is led to the drain pan.
23.Loose a screw fixing fan.
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AE-X13BE
[Cautionary points for assembling the fan]
a. When inserting the motor shaft into the metal fan
boss, take care to prevent injuring the inner surface of
the metal fan boss.
b. Before fastening the motor shaft and fan, insert the
motor shaft into the metal fan boss until it stops.
Cross flow fan
How to remove the control board
Fan motor
1. Remove the photo detector unit.
(Press and spread the upper hook, and the photo
detector unit will be ready for removal.)
Fan boss
Motor shaft
How to remove the display cover
2
1
2. Remove the screw fixing the terminal board.
1. Push the center of display cover from the back.
2. Slide the display cover to the right.
How to assemble the display cover
3. Remove 2 screws fixing the board (transformer).
CN9
CN8
CN6
CN10
1. Slide the left end of the display cover through 2 hooks
on the front panel along the guide from the center of
the front panel.
CN7
4. Remove 5 connectors. And cut off a fixing band.
2. After the left half is inseted completely, press the
display cover and snap in the 2 or 3 hooks on the
right.
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AE-X13BE
How to remove the horizontal louver
Slightly pull down the hinge area, deflect the louver, and
unhook it from the hinge. Remove the shaft from each of
the left and right sides.
CN101 and CN102
5. Remove 2 connectors.
How to remove the HI VOLTAGE UNIT.
1. Remove the HIGH VOLTAGE UNIT.
6. Pull the board.
(Press and spread the hook, and HI VOLTAGE will
be ready for removal.)
Drain pan and related
How to remove the DUST SENSOR, the THERMISTOR
and the GAS SENSOR.
Remove the DUST SENSOR, the THERMISTOR, and
the GAS SENSOR.
GAS SENSOR
DUST SENSOR
1. Remove 3 screws fixing motors.
THERMISTOR
Drain Hose
Drain pan
Groove
Projection
To disconned
(Press and spread the hook,and GAS SENSOR will be
ready for removal)
How to remove the display board unit 2.
The display board unit 2 is pushed in the direction of
arrow 1 .
And it is made to slide in the direction of arrow 2 , and
remove.
To reconnect
2. Turn the cap area of the drain hose counterclockwise,
and remove it from the drain pan.
During installation, turn the drain hose to the state of
the “engagement position”.
After reinstallation, verify that it is securely fastened.
1
2
display board unit2
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AE-X13BE
FOR OUTDOOR UNIT [AE-X08BE-C/X010BE-C/X13BE]
CAUTION : DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE ANY SERVICING
Right side view
Left side view
1. Loose a screw fixing the side cover.
Front view
2. Loose the unit to unit cord.
5. Loose 6 screws fixing the front panel.
6. Cut 3 nylon bands.
3. Loose a screw fixing the cord clamp.
Right side view
Left side view
7. Disconnect following connectors and each wire.
Choke coil(two terminal)
Fan motor
Thermistor
Reverse valve (AE-X08BE-C/10BE-C/13BE)
4. Loose 4 screws fixing the top panel.
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AE-X13BE
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE OF THE FAN
Loose
8. Remove the terminal cover of compressor.
1. Loose the fan nut and fan can take out.
9. Remove 3 terminals of compressor..
2. Fan motor is secured by 4 screws.
10. Loose 4 screws fixing the control box.
11. Take out the control box.
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AE-X13BE
OPTION
HOW TO REPLACE THE
DUST COLLECTION FILTER AND DEODORANT FILTER
(only for models AY-XPM7CR/AY-XPM9CR/AY-XPM12CR)
Precautions
The dust collection filter and the deodorant filter are packed as accessory of this unit.
During operation of the air conditioner, the filters remove dust and tobacco smoke
from the air and discharges clean air.
• The filters are sealed in a plastic bag to keep their dust collection effect.
Do not open the bag until using the filters. (Otherwise the filters life may get shorter.)
• Do not expose the filters to direct sunlight. (Otherwise they may deteriorate.)
out the air filters.
1 Take
1 Open the open panel.
2 Push the air filters up slightly to unlock
them.
3 Pull the air filters down to remove
them.
1
2
3
DUST COLLECTION FILTER (gray)
Set the black side facing upward.
Filter stopper
DEODORANT FILTER (green)
the filters.
2 Check
1 Take of the old dust collection filter
and the deodorant filter from the air filter.
Snap out in the arrow marked direction.
2 Set the new dust collection filter and
the deodorant filter with filter stoperts
located on the air filters.
Filter stopper
the air filters
3 Reinstall
1 Reinstall the air filters in the original
3
positions.
2 Close the open panel.
3 Push the arrow-marked of the panel
firmly to lock it in place.
2
1
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AE-X13BE
CLEANING THE DEODORANT FILTER (GREEN)
The filter should be cleaned every 3~6 months
1 REMOVE THE AIR FILTERS
THE DEODORANT FILTER
2 CLEAN
1 Take off the deodorant filter from the air
Filter stopper
filters.
2 Soak the deodorant filter in mild detergent
dilution for 10 to 20 minutes.
Rinse thoroughly with water, dry completely
under sunlight.
3 Set the clean deodorant filter under the filter stoppers located on the air filters.
3 REINSTALL THE AIR FILTERS
NOTE:
• Replacement is necessary at the interval of 3 years, as the deodorising effect will
deteriorate.
The new filters are available at your nearest dealer.
Replacement filter: Type AZ-F910C
CHANGING THE DUST COLLECTION FILTER (GRAY)
The filter should be changed every 3~6 months
Filter stopper
1 REMOVE THE AIR FILTERS
THE DUST COLLECTION FILTER
2 CHANGE
1 Take off the old dust collection filter from
the air filters.
2 Set the new dust collection filter, the black
side facing upward, under the filter stoppers located on the air filters.
NOTE:
3 REINSTALL THE AIR FILTERS
• The dirty dust collection filter is not washable for reuse.
The new filters are available at your nearest dealer.
Replacement filter: Type AZ-F900C
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AE-X13BE
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST [AY-XP08CE/XP10CE/XP13CE]
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Q'TY
CODE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
12
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
BG
AD
AL
BD
BC
BD
BE
BK
AC
AC
AM
AK
AM
AX
AB
AM
AL
AB
AF
AS
AD
BE
AL
AL
BB
AL
AK
AQ
AC
AC
AC
AH
AG
AV
AG
AC
AG
AD
AF
AA
AD
AG
AD
AM
AC
AC
AQ
AC
AC
AC
AE
AE
AC
AC
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
AP
AQ
AH
AB
AD
AG
AD
AE
AE
BS
BS
BS
AT
AN
AQ
AC
AE
CABINET AND UNIT PARTS
1- 1
1- 2
1- 3
1- 4
1- 4
1- 5
1- 6
1- 7
1- 8
1- 9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
1-19
1-20
1-21
1-22
1-23
1-24
1-25
1-26
1-27
1-28
1-28
1-28
1-29
1-30
1-31
1-32
1-33
1-34
1-35
1-36
1-37
1-38
1-39
1-40
1-41
1-42
1-43
1-44
1-45
1-46
1-47
1-48
1-49
1-50
1-51
CMOT-A397JBKZ
PGUMSA046JBE0
CHLD-A067JBK0
DCHS-A399JBKZ
DCHS-A401JBKZ
NFANCA089JBEZ
DSRA-A246JBKZ
CMOTLA915JBEZ
MJNTPA082JBFA
MLOV-A299JBFA
MLOV-A334JBRA
MLOV-A298JBFA
QW-VZE022JBZZ
LHLD-A197JBFP
NBRG-A026JBFA
LHLD-A561JBFA
PHOS-A025JBE0
PPACGA010JBE0
PGID-A097JBFZ
RMOT-A061JBE0
PGUMMA110JBE0
CWAK-C213JBKZ
PPLT-A212JBFZ
PPLT-A213JBFZ
PCOV-A764JBRA
PFILMA145JBEA
DHLD-A010JBKZ
HPNL-A514JBTA
TSPC-E067JBRA
TSPC-E066JBRA
TSPC-E065JBRA
PFPFPB901JBEZ
QW-VZE013JBZZ
GWAK-A271JBFA
PCOV-A614JBFZ
TLABCB584JBRZ
QW-VZD893JBZZ
LHLD-A303JBFA
PSEL-C125JBEZ
PFPFPB971JBEZ
PSPA-A154JBEZ
PSHE-A126JBE0
LSPR-A007JBE0
LHLD-A536JBFA
PFPFPB962JBEZ
PFPFPB967JBEZ
HDEC-B147JBEA
PSEL-C055JBEZ
PSEL-C136JBEZ
PSEL-C294JBEZ
TLAB-C211JBRZ
DCOV-A206JBKZ
PCOV-A821JBEZ
PCOV-A822JBEZ
Fan motor sub ass’y
Damper rubber
Bearing ass’y
Cabinet sub ass’y [AY-XP08CE]
Cabinet sub ass’y [AY-XP10CE/XP13CE]
Cross flow fan
Drain pan sub ass’y
Fan motor
Louver link
Vertical louver
Horizontal louver A
Horizontal louver B
Lead wire (for Fan motor)
Louver holder
Louver bushing
Holder
Drain hose
O ring
Drain cover
Louver motor
Drain plug
Front panel ass’y
Side cover R
Side cover L
Display cover
Air filter
Tube holder ass’y
Open panel
Name label [AY-XP08CE]
Name label [AY-XP10CE]
Name label [AY-XP13CE]
Cabinet insulator [AY-XP08CE]
Lead wire (for Louver motor:Upper)
Front panel
Drain cover
Wiring diagram
Lead wire (for Louver motor:Lower)
Tube cover
Panel insulator
Sheet
Rubber spacer
Evaporator seal
Sheet spring
Holder
Sidecover insulator
Insulator
Display panel
Evaporator seal
Insulator [AY-XP10CE/XP13CE]
Aluminum tape
Filter label
Cover ass’y
Lead cover A
Lead cover B
2- 1
2- 2
2- 3
2- 4
2- 5
2- 6
2- 7
2- 8
2- 9
2-10
2-10
2-10
2-11
2-12
2-13
2-14
2-15
RTHM-A300JBE0
PBOX-A342JBFZ
PBOX-A341JBFZ
VSKRA105M//-3
VS2SA1585SQR3
HPNLCA776JBFA
HPNLCA777JBEA
PCOV-A618JBFB
PCOV-A766JBFA
DPWBFA265JBKZ
DPWBFA266JBKZ
DPWBFA264JBKZ
QACC-A158JBE0
QTANZA002JBEZ
QTANZA001JBZZ
PCOV-A609JBWZ
RIC—-A025BDE0
Thermistor
Control box
Terminal cover
Transistor (Q1, Q2,Q10)
Transistor (Q8)
Control box cover
Control panel
Led holder
Led holder B
Control board unit [AY-XP08CE]
Control board unit [AY-XP10CE]
Control board unit [AY-XP13CE]
Power supply cord
Terminal board (3PIN)
Terminal board (4PIN)
Control box cover
IC (IC4, IC5)
CONTROL BOX
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AE-X13BE
REF. NO.
2-16
2-17
2-18
2-19
2-20
2-21
2-22
2-23
2-24
2-25
2-26
2-27
2-28
2-29
2-30
2-31
2-32
2-33
2-34
2-35
2-36
2-37
2-38
2-39
2-40
2-41
2-42
2-43
2-44
2-45
2-46
2-47
2-48
2-49
PART NO.
VHPGL6ZS27+-6
VHPSL326422-6
PCOV-A611JBWZ
PCOV-A610JBWZ
RRMCUA001JBZZ
QFS-GA040JBZZ
VHIKID65783-1
RIC—-A022BDE0
VHIBR24C01A-6
RH-TZA098JBE0
RC-HZA329JBE0
RH-VXA002JBZZ
RH-IZA149JBE0
VHPGL6ZE27+-6
RTRN-A287JBZZ
VHPGL6ZR27+-6
VHRPC817X7/1B
VHRPC853H//-6
VHRS201D01/-6
VHD1SR139-6-1
VHD1SR35-4A-1
VHEHZ24-2//-1
RH-IZA140JBE0
RDTC-A001KKE0
VHRPR33MF11-6
VHPGL5BG502-1
RSNSZA001JBZZ
PFPFPB970JBEZ
LHLD-A540JBFA
LHLD-A550JBRA
LHLD-A560JBFA
LHLD-A562JBFA
RH-IXA705JBZZ
CKITTA002JBKZ
DESCRIPTION
LED (LED102)
LED (LED121)
Control box cover
Terminal cover
Photo detector unit (IC201)
Fuse 3A 250V (WPE1)
IC (IC6)
IC (IC3)
IC (IC8)
Transistor (Q3 - Q7, Q9)
Fan motor capacitor (C1)
Varistor (NR1)
IC (IC2)
LED (LED103 - LED111)
Transformer (TR1)
LED (LED101)
Photo coupler (PC1)
Photo coupler (PC2)
Solid state relay (SSR1)
Diode (D6, D8, D9)
Diode (D1- D5)
Zener diode (ZD1)
IC (IC7)
Gas sensor (GS1)
Solid state relay (SSR2)
LED (LED131)
Dust sensor
Sheet
Holder
Display cover
Sensor holder
Holder
Micro computer (IC1)
Hi voltage unit ass'y
Q'TY
CODE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AG
AP
AF
AE
AK
AE
AK
AE
AF
AB
AP
AF
AE
AG
AT
AF
AD
AG
AK
AB
AC
AB
AE
AW
AX
AR
BD
AA
AM
BE
AM
AM
AV
BA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
BG
BH
BH
AG
AE
AR
AG
AH
AK
BS
BT
BT
1
1
1
1
9
1
8
1
1
4
1
1
1
BD
AE
AE
AA
AE
AS
AA
AE
AD
AE
AR
AG
AG
1
AA
2
1
1
1
AK
AQ
AQ
AQ
CYCLE PARTS
333333333333-
1
1
1
2
3
3
4
5
5
6
6
6
CPIPCA678JBKZ
CPIPCA690JBKZ
CPIPCA679JBKZ
PSEN-A005JBKZ
PSEN-A004JBKZ
PSEN-A016JBKZ
PVLV-0341JBE0
PVLV-0342JBE0
PVLV-0406JBE0
DEVA-A121JBKZ
DEVA-A128JBKZ
DEVA-A122JBKZ
Tube ass’y (AY-XP08CE)
Tube ass’y (AY-XP10CE)
Tube ass’y (AY-XP13CE)
Flare nut ass’y (1/4")
Flare nut ass’y (3/8") (AY-XP08CE/XP10CE)
Flare nut ass’y (1/2") (AY-XP13CE)
Flare Union (1/4")
Flare Union (3/8") (AY-XP08CE/XP10CE)
Flare Union (1/2") (AY-XP13CE)
Evaporator sub ass’y (AY-XP08CE)
Evaporator sub ass’y (AY-XP10CE)
Evaporator sub ass’y (AY-XP13CE)
4- 1
4- 2
4- 3
4- 4
4- 5
4- 6
4- 7
4- 8
4- 9
4-10
4-11
4-12
4-13
CRMC-A569JBEZ
UBATUA027JBE0
LHLD-A477JBFA
XTTSD40P16000
LX-NZA207JBEZ
PPLTNA058JBWZ
XTTSD45P30000
LX-BZA106JBE0
LPFT-A029JBF0
GLEGGA008JBE0
TINSEA298JBRZ
TINS-A710JBRZ
TINS-A711JBRZ
Remote control
Battery pack
Cord holder (for covering the terminal board of indoor unit)
Tapping Screw (for fixing the cord holder)
Special nut (for fixing long screw steadily)
Mounting angle
Long screw
Special screw (for hanging remote controller)
Drain joint
Compressor cushion
Operation manual
Installation manual
Installation manual
5- 1
LX-BZA075JBE0
Special screw (for earth)
ACCESSORY PARTS
SCREW
PACKING PARTS
6666-
1
2
2
2
CPADBA038JBKZ
SPAKCA990JBEZ
SPAKCA989JBEZ
SPAKCA988JBEZ
Packing
Packing
Packing
Packing
Pad Ass’y
case [AY-XP08CE]
case [AY-XP10CE]
case [AY-XP13CE]
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AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
1
2
3
4
5
6
INDOOR UNIT FOR AY-XP08CE/XP10CE/XP13CE
4-11
A
4-5
A
4-9
4-8
4-7
1-29
4-12
4-13
1-4
1-42
4-1
1-23
1-35
4-2
4-10
1-43
4-6
1-3
B
B
1-45
1-5
3-6
1-40
1-39
1-26
3-1
C
1-12
1-46
C
2-11
1-40
3-4
1-22
1-7
1-32
3-2
2-18
3-5
3-3
1-1
2-1
1-18
D
2-2
1-2
2-13
2-53
D
2-57
1-51
1-50
5-1
1-38
2-14
2-12
1-21
2-43
4-3
1-33
1-31
4-4
2-6
1-44
E
2-7
2-10
1-9
2-8
1-37
1-48
2-54
E
2-3
1-8
1-9
1-25
2-19
1-15
1-28
1-41
2-49
1-49 2-56
1-14
1-8
2-55
1-36
1-47
F
2-9
F
1-20
2-58
1-25
1-13
1-13
1-10
1-19
1-30
1-11
G
6-1
1-27
G
1-34
1-19
1-24
1-6
1-17
1-16
6-2
H
H
1
2
3
4
45
5
6
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST [AE-X08BE-C/10BE-C/13BE]
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Q'TY
CODE
CONTROL BOX PARTS
1- 1
1- 1
1- 2
1- 3a
1- 3b
1- 3c
1- 4
1- 4
1- 5
1- 6
1- 6
1- 7
1- 8
1- 8
1- 9
1-10
1-10
1-11
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
1-18
1-19
1-20
1-21
1-22
1-23
1-23
1-24
1-25
1-26
1-27
1-28
1-29
1-30
1-31
1-32
1-33
1-34
1-35
1-36
1-37
1-38
1-39
1-40
1-41
1-42
1-43
1-44
1-45
1-46
1-46
1-46
1-47
1-48
1-49
1-50
1-51
1-52
1-53
1-54
1-55
1-56
1-57
CMOTLA902JBEZ
CMOTLA903JBEZ
RTRN-A256JBE0
RFIL-A104JBZZ
RFIL-A105JBZZ
RFIL-A106JBZZ
DPWBFA282JBKZ
DPWBFA240JBKZ
QTANZA001JBZZ
RIC—A022BDE0
VHIK7818API-1
VSKRC245M//-3
VHRPC817X7/1B
VHRPC817X7/1B
VHRPC853H//-6
RC-AZA046JBE0
RC-EZA249JBZZ
RH-DZA117JBE0
RH-DZA087JBE0
RH-HZ0011JBE0
RH-TZA145JBE0
VHITM38++++-1
PDAI-A126JBWZ
VHITM-05C//-6
RH-TXA003JBZZ
RTHM-A022JBE0
RH-HXA010JBZZ
RTRN-A199JBE0
RTRN-A286JBEZ
PBOX-A343JBWZ
LBND-A042JBE0
PSPA-A151JBZZ
LHLD-A479JBFZ
PRDAFA140JBEZ
PRDAFA142JBEZ
QW-VZD962JBZZ
PSHE-A190JBEZ
PSEL-C061JBEZ
PSPA-A144JBE0
RFIL-A064JBE0
QW-VZD961JBZZ
QW-VZD871JBZZ
QW-VZD857JBZZ
QW-VZD868JBZZ
QW-VZD861JBZZ
QW-VZD958JBZZ
QW-VZD866JBZZ
QW-VZD873JBZZ
QW-VZD867JBZZ
QW-VZD864JBZZ
QW-VZD865JBZZ
QW-VZD859JBZZ
QW-VZD870JBZZ
QW-VZD960JBZZ
QW-VZD869JBZZ
QW-VZD860JBZZ
QW-VZD872JBZZ
QW-IZA023JBZZ
QW-IZA022JBZZ
QW-IZA019JBZZ
QW-VZD420JBE0
RH-IXA726JBZZ
RH-IZA140JBE0
RH-TZA098JBE0
RH-VZA020JBE0
RH-VXA002JBZZ
RH-VZA042JBE0
LBNDKA099JBWZ
PSEL-C122JBEZ
PSEL-C123JBEZ
PSEL-C124JBEZ
Fan motor [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Fan motor [AE-X13BE]
1
Current transfoemer CT1
1
Common coil [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Common coil [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C/X13BE]
1
Common coil [AE-X13BE]
1
Electric control board [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Electric control board [AE-X13BE]
1
Terminal board (4P)
1
Integrated circuit IC2 [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Integrated circuit IC2 [AE-X13BE]
1
Transistor Q3
1
Photo coupler PC1
1
Photo coupler PC1,PC3, PC4 [AE-X13BE]
3
Photo coupler PC2
1
Capacitor [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Capacitor [AE-X13BE]
1
Diode bridge [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Diode bridge [AE-X13BE]
1
PTC thermistor
1
Power transistor module(IPM)[AE-X08BE-C/10BE-C]
1
Power transistor module(IPM)[AE-X13BE]
1
Terminal plate
1
Active filter [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Active filter [AE-X13BE]
1
Compressor thermistor
1
Thermistor
1
Choke coil [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Choke coil [AE-X13BE]
1
Control box
1
Wire fixing band
10
Spacer
5
Heat sink holder
1
Heat sink for powertransistor module[AE-X08BE-C/10BE-C] 1
Heat sink for powertransistor module [AE-X13BE]
1
Lead wire (CN14-QM1) [AE-X13BE]
1
Protect sheet
1
Insulator
1
Spacer
2
Ferrite core
5
Lead wire (CN13-AF1) [AE-X13BE]
1
Lead wire (L1+, L1-)
2
Lead wire (Earth)
1
Lead wire (MRY1 - DB1)
1
Lead wire (MRY1 - PTC)
1
Lead wire (DB1+-AF(I+))
1
Lead wire (T3 - TB2)
1
Lead wire (T10 - IPM(-))
1
Lead wire (T5 - DB1))
1
Lead wire (T2 - TBN)
1
Lead wire (T1 - TB1)
1
Lead wire (C8(+) - T7)
1
Lead wire (C8(+) - AF(0+))[AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Lead wire (C8-AF) [AE-X13BE]
1
Lead wire (C8(-) - AF(0-))[AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
1
Lead wire (C8(-) - T8)
1
Lead wire (T9 - IPM(+))
1
Lead wire (Compressor wire) [AE-X08BE-C]
1
Lead wire (Compressor wire) [AE-X10BE-C]
1
Lead wire (Compressor wire) [AE-X13BE]
1
Lead wire (AF lead wire 4P)
1
Microcomputer IC1
1
Integrated circuit IC3
1
Transistor Q1, Q2
2
Varistor CNR1, CNR2
2
Varistor NR1, NR2
2
Surge absorber SA1
1
Capacitor clamp
1
Insulator
1
Insulator
1
Insulator
1
46
BK
BL
AG
AR
AR
AV
BP
BQ
AQ
AE
AF
AC
AE
AE
AG
BE
BP
AM
AQ
AN
BU
BY
AE
BP
BS
AN
AX
BE
BF
AR
AC
AE
AE
AX
AX
AE
AL
AE
AC
AF
AG
AG
AC
AG
AF
AK
AF
AF
AG
AF
AF
AE
AG
AL
AF
AE
AE
AS
AM
AP
AE
AW
AE
AB
AB
AD
AH
AS
AC
AC
AC
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Q'TY
CODE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AR
AE
AE
BD
AC
AC
BC
AT
AB
AC
AC
AG
AH
BD
BC
BD
AQ
AE
AB
AB
AC
AQ
AX
AR
AQ
AC
AC
AH
AD
AD
AE
AE
AT
AE
AE
AE
AY
AY
AZ
AB
AX
AS
AC
AE
AF
AG
AL
AC
AC
AC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
BP
BN
BW
BF
BF
BF
BT
BS
AW
BA
AG
AB
AH
AT
AW
CE
CE
CM
CA
CB
CK
AA
AD
AR
AN
CABINET AND UNIT PARTS
2- 1
2- 2
2- 2
2- 3
2- 4
2- 5
2- 6
2- 7
2- 8
2- 9
2-10
2-11
2-12
2-13
2-13
2-13
2-14
2-15
2-16
2-16
2-17
2-17
2-18
2-19
2-19
2-20
2-20
2-20
2-21
2-21
2-21
2-22
2-23
2-24
2-24
2-24
2-25
2-25
2-25
2-26
2-27
2-28
2-29
2-30
2-31
2-32
2-33
2-34
2-35
2-36
LANGKA124JBPZ
LANGKA127JBPZ
LANGKA123JBPZ
GCAB-A196JBTA
LHLD-A573JBFA
PFPFPB911JBEZ
GCAB-A195JBTA
GGADFA037JBFA
PSEL-C045JBEZ
PSEL-C048JBEZ
PSEL-C049JBEZ
PSEL-C050JBEZ
TLABBA148JBRA
CCHS-A779JBTA
CCHS-A770JBTA
CCHS-A735JBTA
PFTA-A092JBFA
PCOV-A616JBPZ
MSPR-A027JBE0
MSPR-A026JBE0
MSPR-A046JBE0
MSPR-A104JBE0
NFANPA094JBEZ
PSKR-A223JBWZ
PSKR-A211JBWZ
TLABKD002JBRZ
TLABKD003JBRZ
TLABKC747JBRZ
TSPC-E038JBRZ
TSPC-E039JBRZ
TSPC-D593JBRZ
PSEL-C051JBEZ
FFTA-A014JBKZ
TLABCB543JBRZ
TLABCB537JBRZ
TLABCB430JBRZ
DCAB-A114JBKZ
DCAB-A110JBKZ
DCAB-A104JBKZ
PSEL-C060JBEZ
GCAB-A197JBTA
JHNDPA011JBFA
PSEL-C046JBEZ
PSEL-C119JBEZ
PSEL-C047JBEZ
PSEL-C062JBEZ
CHLD-A093JBK0
PSEL-C121JBEZ
PSEL-C120JBEZ
LPLTPA026JBFA
Fan motor angle
Fan motor angle sub [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
Fan motor angle sub [AE-X13BE]
Rear cabinet
Cord clamp
Motor angle cushion
Front panel
Fan guard
Motor angle cushion
F panel insulator
F panel insulator
Bulkhead insulator
Sharp badge
Base pan assembly [AE-X08BE-C]
Base pan assembly [AE-X10BE-C]
Base pan assembly [AE-X13BE]
Side cover
Protect cover
Thermistor spring [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
Thermistor spring [AE-X13BE]
Protector spring [AE-X10BE-C/X13BE]
Protector spring [AE-X08BE-C]
Propeller fan
Bulkhead [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
Bulkhead [AE-X13BE]
Number card [AE-X08BE-C]
Number card [AE-X10BE-C]
Number card [AE-X13BE]
Name badge [AE-X08BE-C]
Name badge [AE-X10BE-C]
Name badge [AE-X13BE]
Side cover seal
Side cover assembly
Wiring diagram [AE-X08BE-C]
Wiring diagram [AE-X10BE-C]
Wiring diagram [AE-X13BE]
Top cover assembly [AE-X08BE-C]
Top cover assembly [AE-X10BE-C]
Top cover assembly [AE-X13BE]
Insulator for rear cabinet
Top cover
Holder
Bulkhead insulator
Box insulator
Box insulator
Box insulator
Holder assembly
Side cover seal
Side cover seal
Cord clamp plate
3- 1
3- 1
3- 1
3- 2
3- 2
3- 2
3- 3
3- 3
3- 4
3- 4
3- 5
3- 6
3- 6
3- 7
3- 7
3- 8
3- 8
3- 8
3- 9
3- 9
3- 9
3-10
3-11
3-11
3-12
CVLV-A621JBKZ
CVLV-A620JBKZ
CVLV-A574JBKZ
DCPY-A218JBKZ
DCPY-A212JBKZ
DCPY-A217JBKZ
PCON-A455JBPZ
PCON-A445JBPZ
DVLV-A520JBKZ
DVLV-A466JBKZ
LX-NZA037JBE0
LX-BZA268JBEZ
LX-BZA060JBE0
DVLV-A521JBKZ
DVLV-A462JBKZ
FCMPRA110JBKZ
FCMPRA120JBKZ
FCMPRA065JBK0
PCMPRA338JBEZ
PCMPRA350JBEZ
PCMPRA267JBE0
LBSHCA005JBE0
PCOV-0562JBE0
PCOV-A321JBE0
PSEL-A971JBE0
Reverse valve assembly [AE-X08BE-C]
Reverse valve assembly [AE-X10BE-C]
Reverse valve assembly [AE-X13BE]
Capillary tube assembly [AE-X08BE-C]
Capillary tube assembly [AE-X10BE-C]
Capillary tube assembly [AE-X13BE]
Condensor [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
Condensor [AE-X13BE]
3 way valve unit [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
3 way valve unit [AE-X13BE]
Service nut [AE-X13BE only]
Special screw [AE-X08BE-C, AE-X10BE-C]
Special screw [AE-X13BE]
2 way valve unit [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
2 way valve unit [AE-X13BE]
Compressor ass’y (Including for Ref.No.3-9,3-11,3-12,2-17)[AE-X08BE-C]
Compressor ass’y (Including for Ref.No.3-9,3-10,3-11)[AE-X10BE-C]
Compressor ass’y (Including for Ref.No.3-9,3-10,3-11)[AE-X13BE]
Compressor [AE-X08BE-C]
Compressor [AE-X10BE-C]
Compressor [AE-X13BE]
Terminal bushing [AE-X10BE-C/X13BE]
Terminal cover [AE-X10BE-C/X13BE]
Terminal cover [AE-X08BE-C]
Terminal gasket [AE-X08BE-C]
CYCLE PARTS
47
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
REF. NO.
3-14
3-15
3-15
3-16
3-16
3-17
3-17
3-17
3-18
3-19
3-19
3-20
3-21
3-22
3-22
3-23
3-23
3-24
3-25
3-25
PART NO.
LX-NZA136JBE0
GLEG-A076JBE0
GLEG-A029JBE0
PSPF-A767JBEZ
PSPF-A828JBEZ
PSPF-A830JBEZ
PSPF-A829JBEZ
PSPF-A768JBEZ
PSEN-A004JBK0
PSEN-A005JBK0
PSEN-A016JBK0
PGUM-A135JBEZ
PSPF-A797JBE0
PMUF-A026JBE0
PMUF-A054JBEZ
PVLVXA044JBEZ
PVLVXA039JBE0
LX-NZA037JBE0
CCIL-A112JBEZ
CCIL-A097JBEZ
DESCRIPTION
Special nut [AE-X08BE-C]
Compressor cushion [AE-X08BE-C]
Compressor cushion [AE-X10BE-C/X13BE]
Compressor cover [AE-X08BE-C/X13BE]
Compressor cover [AE-X10BE-C]
Compressor cover [AE-X08BE-C]
Compressor cover [AE-X10BE-C]
Compressor cover [AE-X13BE]
Flare nut ass’y
Flare nut ass’y [ AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
Flare nut ass’y [AE-X13BE]
Compressor sheet
Compressor cover
Muffler [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
Muffler [AE-X13BE]
Reverse valve [AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C]
Reverse valve [AE-X13BE]
Bonnet [AE-X13BE only]
Coil [AE-X08BE-C, AE-X10BE-C]
Coil [AE-X13BE]
4- 1
4- 2
4- 3
4- 4
4- 5
4- 6
4- 7
4- 8
4- 9
4-10
4-11
4-12
4-13
4-14
4-15
4-16
4-17
LX-BZA140JBE0
LX-BZA072JBE0
XTTSD40P14000
LX-BZA166JBE0
LX-NZA026JBE0
LX-BZA075JBE0
LX-BZA140JBE0
LX-BZA075JBE0
XBPSD40P20JS0
LX-NZA135JBE0
XBPSD40P20J00
XCTSD40P12000
XTPSD30P12XS0
LX-BZA292JBEZ
XTTSD40P16000
LX-BZA140JBE0
XCTSD40P16000
Special screw
Special screw (for 2/3 way valve unit)
Tapping screw
Special screw
Special nut (for compressor)
Special screw
Special screw
Special screw (for Earth)
Machine screw (for IPM)
Special nut (for propeller fan)
Machine screw (for DB1)
Tapping screw (for Terminal board ass’y angle, for capacitor clamp)
Tapping screw 3mm x 16mm (for PWB assembly)
Tapping screw 3mm x 16mm (for Top cover)
Tapping screw (for Heatsink)
Special screw (for Heatsink holder)
Tapping screw (for Terminal board ass’y)
66666-
CPADBA031JBKZ
SPAKCA963JBEZ
SPAKCA964JBEZ
SPAKCA687JBEZ
CPADBA032JBKZ
Bottom pad assembly
Packing case [AE-X08BE-C]
Packing case [AE-X10BE-C]
Packing case [AE-X13BE]
Packing pad ass’y
Q'TY
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
CODE
AL
AK
AE
AV
AQ
AE
AF
AG
AE
AG
AR
AG
AG
AL
AT
BG
BD
AG
AX
AV
32
4
1
3
3
2
7
1
5
1
1
2
2
8
1
1
1
AB
AB
AA
AB
AC
AA
AB
AA
AB
AC
AA
AA
AC
AC
AA
AB
AA
1
1
1
1
1
AS
AX
AX
AY
AL
SCREWS AND NUTS
PACKING PARTS
1
2
2
2
3
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS
To have your order filled prompty and correctly, please furnish the following information.
1. MODEL NUMBER
3. PART NO.
48
2. REF. NO.
4. DESCRIPTION
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
1
2
3
4
5
2-25
4-14
OUTDOOR UNIT FOR
AE-X08BE-C/X10BE-C/X13BE
6
A
A
2-27
2-28
4-1
4-1
2-2
2-31
2-8
2-32
4-1
B
2-24
4-14
4-4
2-5
2-33
2-26
2-18
2-15
4-14
1-1
B
2-30
2-34
1-17
2-23
4-1
4-1
2-35
4-3
2-1
2-21
2-3
4-9
C
4-4
4-9
1-54
4-10
4-1
C
2-22
1-13
1-26
4-12
1-10
1-15
4-11
4-1
4-13
1-11
2-14
4-14
4-1
1-4
2-36
3-3
1-12
2-4
1-22
4-7
D
1-21
1-27
D
1-25
2-29
1-55
1-23
4-6
4-12
4-1
4-1
3-21
1-5
3-11
1-14
4-15
E
1-56
1-19
2-16
1-57
E
4-17
1-18
1-16
3-17
4-1
3-25
3-10
1-17
3-1
2-17
2-6
2-19
2-11
4-6
2-10
3-23
2-9
1-46
3-6
3-16
3-2
3-22
F
F
4-5
4-1
4-4
4-14
3-15
3-9
3-2
3-20
2-13
3-18
3-6
3-7
4-2
3-4
2-12
3-19
3-5
4-1
G
4-14
4-2
G
3-24
4-1
2-7
4-1
4-1
6-3
4-1
Fr
on
t
H
sid
e
H
6-2
6-1
1
2
3
4
49
5
6
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
50
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
51
AY-XP08/10/13CE
AE-X08/10BE-C
AE-X13BE
52
2002.09 SHARP CORP Printed in the Netherlands
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