Daikin REYQ72PAYD Installation manual

Daikin REYQ72PAYD Installation manual
INSTALLATION MANUAL
System air conditioner
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REYQ72PAYD
REYQ96PAYD
REYQ120PAYD
REYQ72PATJ
REYQ96PATJ
REYQ120PATJ
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REYQ72PAYD
REYQ96PAYD
REYQ120PAYD
REYQ72PATJ
REYQ96PATJ
REYQ120PATJ
CONTENTS
1. FIRST OF ALL..........................................................................1
1-1. Safety considerations ........................................................1
1-2. Special notice of product ...................................................2
1-3. Disposal requirements.......................................................3
2. INTRODUCTION......................................................................3
2-1. Combination ......................................................................3
2-2. Standard supplied accessories .........................................3
2-3. Option accessory...............................................................3
2-4. Technical and Electrical specifications..............................3
2-5. Main components ..............................................................3
3. SELECTION OF LOCATION....................................................3
4. INSPECTING AND HANDLING THE UNIT..............................4
5. PLACING THE UNIT ................................................................4
6. REFRIGERANT PIPING ..........................................................4
6-1. Selection of piping material and
Refrigerant branching kit ...................................................4
6-2. Protection against contamination when installing pipes ....5
6-3. Pipe connection.................................................................5
6-4. Connecting the refrigerant piping ......................................5
6-5. Example of connection ......................................................6
7. FIELD WIRING.........................................................................9
7-1. Power circuit, safety device and cable requirements ........9
7-2. Wiring Connection Example for Whole System.................9
7-3. Leading wire Procedure ....................................................9
7-4. Transmission Wiring Connection Procedure ...................10
7-5. Power Wiring Connection Procedure ..............................10
7-6. Procedure for Wiring Inside Units....................................11
8. AIR TIGHT TEST AND VACUUM DRYING ...........................11
9. PIPE INSULATION.................................................................12
10. CHECKING OF DEVICE AND
INSTALLATION CONDITIONS ..............................................12
11. ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE AND
CHECK OPERATION.............................................................12
11-1.Before working ...............................................................12
11-2.Procedure of Adding Refrigerant charging and
check operation ...............................................................13
12. ONSITE SETTINGS ...............................................................16
13. TEST RUN .............................................................................16
13-1.Before test run................................................................16
13-2.Test Run.........................................................................16
13-3.Checks After Test Run ...................................................17
14. CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS ...............................17
1.
FIRST OF ALL
• This document is an installation manual for the Daikin REYQ-PA
Series VRV Inverter. Before installing the unit, read this manual thoroughly, and following the instructions contained in it.
After installation, do a test run to make sure the unit runs properly,
and then explain how to operate and take care of the unit to the customer, using the operation manual.
Lastly, make sure the customer keeps this manual, along with the
operation manual, in a safe place.
1-1 Safety considerations
Read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS for Installation” carefully before
installing air conditioning equipment. After completing the installation,
make sure that the unit operates properly during the startup operation.
Instruct the customer on how to operate and maintain the unit. Inform
customers that they should store this Installation Manual with the Operation Manual for future reference.
Always use a licensed installer or contractor to install this product.
Improper installation can result in water or refrigerant leakage, electrical
shock, fire, or explosion.
Meanings of DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, and NOTE Symbols:
English
VRVIII System air conditioner
Installation manual
DANGER .................... Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING .................. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
CAUTION.................... Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used to
alert against unsafe practices.
NOTE .......................... Indicates situations that may result in
equipment or property-damage accidents
only.
DANGER
• Refrigerant gas is heavier than air and replaces oxygen. A
massive leak can lead to oxygen depletion, especially in basements, and an asphyxiation hazard could occur leading to
serious injury or death.
• Do not ground units to water pipes, gas pipes, telephone
wires, or lightning rods as incomplete grounding can cause a
severe shock hazard resulting in severe injury or death. Additionally, grounding to gas pipes could cause a gas leak and
potential explosion causing severe injury or death.
• If refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the area
immediately. Refrigerant gas may produce toxic gas if it
comes in contact with fire. Exposure to this gas could cause
severe injury or death.
• After completing the installation work, check that the refrigerant gas does not leak throughout the system.
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to risk of explosions that can cause serious injury
or death.
• Safely dispose all packing and transportation materials in accordance with federal/state/local laws or ordinances. Packing
materials such as nails and other metal or wood parts, including plastic packing materials used for transportation may
cause injuries or death by suffocation.
WARNING
• Only qualified personnel must carry out the installation work.
Installation must be done in accordance with this installation
manual. Improper installation may result in water leakage,
electric shock, or fire.
• When installing the unit in a small room, take measures to keep
the refrigerant concentration from exceeding allowable safety
limits. Excessive refrigerant leaks, in the event of an accident in
a closed ambient space, can lead to oxygen deficiency.
• Use only specified accessories and parts for installation work.
Failure to use specified parts may result in water leakage,
electric shocks, fire, or the unit falling.
• Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough that
it can withstand the weight of the unit. A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the unit falling and causing injuries.
• Take into account strong winds, typhoons, or earthquakes
when installing. Improper installation may result in the unit
falling and causing accidents.
• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for
this unit and that all electrical work is carried out by qualified
personnel according to local state, and national regulations.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical
construction may lead to electric shocks or fire.
1
• Make sure that all wiring is secured, that specified wires are
used, and that no external forces act on the terminal connections or wires. Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
• Remote controller (wireless kit) transmitting distance can be
shorter than expected in rooms with electronic fluorescent
lamps (inverter or rapid start types). Install the indoor unit far
away from fluorescent lamps as much as possible.
• When wiring, position the wires so that the electric parts box
lid can be securely fastened. Improper positioning of the electric parts box lid may result in electric shocks, fire, or the terminals overheating.
• Indoor units are for indoor installation only. Outdoor units can
be installed either outdoors or indoors.
• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Be sure to install a ground fault circuit interrupter if one is not
already available. This helps prevent electrical shocks or fire.
• Securely fasten the outside unit terminal cover (panel). If the
terminal cover/panel is not installed properly, dust or water
may enter the outside unit causing fire or electric shock.
• When installing or relocating the system, keep the refrigerant
circuit free from substances other than the specified refrigerant (R-410A) such as air. Any presence of air or other foreign
substance in the refrigerant circuit can cause an abnormal
pressure rise or rupture, resulting in injury.
• Do not change the setting of the protection devices. If the
pressure switch, thermal switch, or other protection device is
shorted and operated forcibly, or parts other than those specified by Daikin are used, fire or explosion may occur.
CAUTION
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers. Touching a switch with
wet fingers can cause electric shock.
• Do not allow children to play on or around the unit to prevent
injury.
• Do not touch the refrigerant pipes during and immediately after operation as the refrigerant pipes may be hot or cold, depending on the condition of the refrigerant flowing through
the refrigerant piping, compressor, and other refrigerant cycle
parts. Your hands may suffer burns or frostbite if you touch
the refrigerant pipes. To avoid injury, give the pipes time to return to normal temperature or, if you must touch them, be sure
to wear proper gloves.
• Heat exchanger fins are sharp enough to cut.
To avoid injury wear glove or cover the fins when working
around them.
• Install drain piping to proper drainage. Improper drain piping
may result in water leakage and property damage.
• Insulate piping to prevent condensation.
• Be careful when transporting the product.
• Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping operation. Always wait for at least 5 minutes before turning off the
power. Otherwise, water leakage may occur.
• Do not use a charging cylinder. Using a charging cylinder may
cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
• Refrigerant R-410A in the system must be kept clean, dry, and
tight.
(a) Clean and Dry -- Foreign materials (including mineral oils
such as SUNISO oil or moisture) should be prevented from
getting into the system.
(b) Tight -- R-410A does not contain any chlorine, does not
destroy the ozone layer, and does not reduce the earth’s
protection again harmful ultraviolet radiation. R-410A can
contribute to the greenhouse effect if it is released. Therefore take proper measures to check for the tightness of the
refrigerant piping installation. Read the chapter Refrigerant Piping and follow the procedures.
• Since R-410A is a blend, the required additional refrigerant
must be charged in its liquid state. If the refrigerant is charged
in a state of gas, its composition can change and the system
will not work properly.
• The indoor unit is for R-410A. See the catalog for indoor models that can be connected. Normal operation is not possible
when connected to other units.
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• Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations:
(a) Where a mineral oil mist or oil spray or vapor is produced,
for example, in a kitchen.
Plastic parts may deteriorate and fall off or result in water
leakage.
(b) Where corrosive gas, such as sulfurous acid gas, is produced.
Corroding copper pipes or soldered parts may result in
refrigerant leakage.
(c) Near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of the
control system and cause the unit to malfunction.
(d) Where flammable gas may leak, where there is carbon
fiber, or ignitable dust suspension in the air, or where volatile flammables such as thinner or gasoline are handled.
Operating the unit in such conditions can cause a fire.
• Take adequate measures to prevent the outside unit from being used as a shelter by small animals. Small animals making
contact with electrical parts can cause malfunctions, smoke,
or fire. Instruct the customer to keep the area around the unit
clean.
NOTE
• Install the power supply and control wires for the indoor and outdoor units at least 3.5 feet away from televisions or radios to prevent image interference or noise. Depending on the radio waves,
a distance of 3.5 feet may not be sufficient to eliminate the noise.
• Dismantling the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and additional parts must be done in accordance with the relevant local, state, and national regulations.
• Do not use the following tools that are used with conventional
refrigerants: gauge manifold, charge hose, gas leak detector,
reverse flow check valve, refrigerant charge base, vacuum
gauge, or refrigerant recovery equipment.
• If the conventional refrigerant and refrigerator oil are mixed in
R-410A, the refrigerant may deteriorate.
• This air conditioner is an appliance that should not be accessible to the general public.
• The wall thickness of field-installed pipes should be selected
in accordance with the relevant local, state, and national regulations.
1-2 Special notice of product
[CLASSIFICATION]
This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not accessible to
the general public”.
[REFRIGERANT]
VRVIII System use R410A refrigerant.
• The refrigerant R410A requires strict cautions for keeping the system clean, dry and tight.
Read the chapter “REFRIGERANT PIPING” carefully and follow
these procedures correctly.
A. Clean and dry
Foreign materials (including mineral oils such as SUNISO oil or
moisture) should be prevented from getting mixed into the system.
B. Tight
Take care to keep the system tight when installing.
R410A does not contain any chlorine, does not destroy the ozone
layer, and does not reduce the earth’s protection against harmful
ultraviolet radiation.
R410A can contribute slightly to the greenhouse effect if it is
released.
• Since R410A is a mixed refrigerant, the required additional refrigerant
must be charged in its liquid state. If the refrigerant is charged in a state
of gas, its composition changes and the system will not work properly.
English
[DESIGN PRESSURE]
Since design pressure is 478 psi, the wall thickness of pipes should be
more carefully selected in accordance with the relevant local and
national regulations.
1-3 Disposal requirements
Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and eventual
other parts, should be done in accordance with the relevant local and
national regulations.
2.
INTRODUCTION
2-1 Combination
• The indoor units can be installed in the following range.
〈Outside unit〉
〈Total capacity index of indoor units〉
REYQ72PAYD/PATJ ............................43
~ 93.5
REYQ96PAYD/PATJ ............................57.5 ~ 124.5
REYQ120PAYD/PATJ ..........................72
~ 156
• If the total capacity of the connected indoor units exceeds the capacity of the outside unit, cooling and heating performance may drop
when running the indoor units. See the capacity table in the Engineering Data Book for details.
2-2 Standard supplied accessories
Confirm the following accessories are included. The storage location of
the accessories is shown in figure 1.
NOTE
Do not throw away any of the accessories until installation is complete.
They are needed for installation work.
Name Clamp(1) Clamp(2) Vinyl tube Conduit mounting plate
9 pcs.
3 pcs.
4 pcs.
2 pcs.
Manuals, etc.
2 pcs.
1 pc. about each item
• Operation manual
• Installation manual
• “REQUEST FOR THE
INDICATON” label
(Installation records)
Shape
Quantity
Name
Liquid side
accessory
pipe (1)
Liquid side
accessory
pipe (2)
1 pc.
1 pc.
96PA type
Suction gas
side accessory
pipe (1)
Suction gas
side accessory
pipe (2)
1 pc.
72PA type
1 pc.
1 pc.
1 pc.
120PA type
1 pc.
1 pc.
Shape
φ7/8
Quantity
Name
72PA type
HP / LP gas
side accessory
pipe (1)
1 pc.
2-3 Option accessory
To install the outside units, the following optional parts are also required.
To select an optimum kit, refer to “6. REFRIGERANT PIPING”.
• Refrigerant branching kit
for 3 piping
REFNET header
–
KHRP25M33H KHRP25M72H KHRP25M73HU
REFNET joint
KHRP25M22T KHRP25M33T KHRP25M72TU KHRP25M73TU
• REYQ-PA series are designed for outdoor installation and used for
cooling and heating applications.
• The BS units that combined with REYQ-PA system for changing the
refrigerant flow to indoor units are BSVQ36 · 60 · 96P type only. To
combine with other type BS unit will cause malfunction.
• The indoor units that combined with REYQ-PA system for air conditioning are Daikin VRV series indoor units that compatible with
R410A. To learn which indoor units are compatible with R410A, refer
to the product catalogs. To combine with other refrigerant indoor unit
will cause malfunction.
Quantity
(Refer to figure 1)
1. Clamps, Manuals, etc.
2. Accessory pipes
φ7/8
φ1-1/8
HP / LP gas
side accessory
pipe (2)
φ3/4
φ7/8
φ1-1/8
L type
L type accessory
accessory accessory joint (2)
joint (1) joint (2)
1 pc.
1 pc.
96PA type
1 pc.
1 pc.
120PA type
1 pc.
1 pc.
1 pc.
1 pc.
φ1
φ3/4
for 2 piping
REFNET header KHRP26M22H KHRP26M33H KHRP26M72H
REFNET joint
KHRP26M22T KHRP26M33T KHRP26M72TU
Make sure that any separately purchased accessories are designed for
use with R410A.
2-4 Technical and Electrical specifications
Refer to the Engineering Data Book for the complete list of specifications.
2-5 Main components
For main components and function of the main components, refer to the
Engineering Data Book.
3.
SELECTION OF LOCATION
Select a location for installation that meets the following conditions and
get the customer’s permission.
1. Select the location of the unit in such a way that neither the discharged air nor the sound generated by the unit disturb anyone.
2. The foundation is strong enough to support the weight of the unit and
the floor is flat to prevent vibration and noise generation.
3. The piping length between the outside unit and the indoor unit may
not exceed the allowable piping length.
(Refer to “6. REFRIGERANT PIPING”)
4. Locations where the unit’s suction vent and outlet vent do not generally face the wind.
Wind blowing directly into the suction or outlet vents will interfere with
the unit’s operation.
If necessary, install some kind of obstruction to block the wind.
5. The space around the unit is adequate for servicing and the minimum space for air inlet and air outlet is available.
(See the “Installation Space Examples” for the minimum space
requirements.)
Installation Space Examples
• The installation space requirement shown in figure 2 is a reference
for cooling operation when the outdoor temperature is 95°F.
If the design outdoor temperature exceeds 95°F or the heat load
exceeds maximum capacity in all the outside unit, take an even large
space on the intake shown in figure 2.
• During installation, install the units using the most appropriate of the
patterns shown in figure 2 for the location in question, taking into
consideration human traffic and wind.
• If the number of units installed is more than that shown in the pattern
in figure 2, install the units so there are no short circuits.
• As regards space in front of the unit, consider the space needed for
the local refrigerant piping when installing the units.
• If the work conditions in figure 2 do not apply, contact your dealer or
Daikin directly.
(Refer to figure 2)
1. Front side
2. No limit to wall height
3. Service space of front side
4. Service space of suction side
For Patterns 1 and 2 in figure 2 :
• Wall height for front side – no higher than 59 in.
• Wall height on the suction side – no higher than 19-5/8 in.
• Wall height for sides – no limit.
Shape
φ5/8
English
φ3/4
φ5/8
φ3/4
3
Service h1
+
space
2
or more
h1
h2
2
or more
19 - 5/8 +
<Suction side>
19-5/8
59
<Front side>
5.
DANGER
(Refer to figure 6)
1. Independent base (four corner type)
2. Independent base (with center support type)
3. Beam base (Horizontal)
4. Beam base (Vertical)
5. Center of the product
• Do not install unit in an area where flammable materials are
present due to risk of explosion resulting in serious injury or
death.
• Refrigerant gas in heavier air and replaces oxygen. A massive
leak could lead to oxygen depletion, especially in basements,
and an asphyxiation hazard could occur leading to serious injury or death.
Refer to the chapter “CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS”.
(Refer to figure 7)
1. Foundation bolt point (φ9/16 in. dia, : 4positions)
2. (Depth of product)
3. (Inner dimension of the base)
4. (Outer dimension of the base)
NOTE
NOTE
1. An inverter air conditioner may cause electronic noise generated
from AM broadcasting. Examine where to install the main air conditioner and electric wires, keeping proper distances away from stereo
equipment, personal computers, etc.
Particularly for locations with weak reception, ensure there is a distance of at least 10 ft for indoor remote controllers, place power wiring and transmission wiring in conduits, and ground the conduits.
2.
(Refer to figure 3)
1. Indoor unit
2. Branch switch, earth leakage circuit breaker
3. Remote controller
4. COOL/HEAT selector
5. Personal computer or radio
When installing in locations where there is heavy snowfall, implement the following snow measures.
• Ensure the base is high enough that intakes are not clogged by
snow.
• Remove the rear intake grille to prevent snow from accumulating
on the fins.
PLACING THE UNIT
• Make sure the unit is installed level on a sufficiently strong base to
prevent vibration and noise. (Refer to figure 6)
• The base should support the unit with the extent larger than hatched
area in figure 7.
If protective rubber is to be attached, attach it to the whole face of the
base.
• The height of the base should be at least 5-7/8 in. from the floor.
• Secure the unit to its base using foundation bolts. (Use four commercially available M12-type foundation bolts, nuts, and washers.)
• The foundation bolts should be inserted 13/16 in..
13/16 in.
If the height is exceeded the above, calculate h1 and h2 shown in
the figure below, and add h2/2 to the service space of front side
and h1/2 to the service space of suction side.
h2
•
• There are restrictions on the refrigerant pipe connecting order
between outside unit in the case of the multi system.
See “2-1 Combination” for detail.
• When installing on a roof, make sure the roof floor is strong enough
and be sure to water-proof all work.
• Make sure the area around the machine drains properly by setting up
drainage grooves around the foundation.
Drain water is sometimes discharged from the outside unit when it is
running.
• For anti-corrosion type, use nuts with resin washers. If the paint on
nut connections comes off, the anti-corrosion effect may decrease.
Resin washers
6.
REFRIGERANT PIPING
NOTE
4.
INSPECTING AND HANDLING THE UNIT
• At delivery, the package should be checked and any damage should
be reported immediately to the carrier claims agent.
• When handling the unit, take into account the following :
1.
Fragile, handle the unit with care.
Keep the unit upright in order to avoid compressor damage.
2. Decide on the transportation route.
3. If a forklift is to be used, pass the forklift arms through the large openings on the bottom of the unit. (Refer to figure 4)
• All field piping must be installed by a licensed refrigeration technician
and must comply with relevant local and national regulations.
• After piping work is complete, do not under any circumstances open
the shutoff valve until “7. FIELD WIRING” and “10. CHECKING OF
DEVICE AND INSTALLATION CONDITIONS” are complete.
• Do not use flux when brazing the refrigerant piping. Use the phosphor
copper brazing filler metal (B-Cu93P-710/795 : ISO 3677) which does
not require flux.
(Flux has extremely negative effect on refrigerant piping systems. For
instance, if the chlorine based flux is used, it will cause pipe corrosion or,
in particular, if the flux contains fluorine, it will damage the refrigerant oil.)
4. If hanging the unit, use a cloth sling to prevent damaging the unit.
5.
Keeping the following points in mind, hang the unit following the procedure shown in figure 5.
• Use a sling sufficiently strong to hold the mass of the unit.
• Use 2 belts of at least 27 ft long.
• Place extra cloth or boards in the locations where the casing
comes in contact with the sling to prevent damage.
• Hoist the unit making sure it is being lifted at its center of gravity.
After installation, remove the transportation clasp (yellow) attached
to the large openings. (Refer to figure 4)
(Refer to figure 4)
1. Packaging material
2. Forklift
(Refer to figure 5)
1. Belt sling
2. Wear plate
4
6-1 Selection of piping material and Refrigerant
branching kit
• Use only pipes which are clean inside and outside and which do not
accumulate harmful sulfur, oxidants, dirt, cutting oils, moisture, or
other contamination. (Foreign materials inside pipes including oils
for fabrication must be 9 mg/10 ft or less.)
• Use the following items for the refrigerant piping.
Material : Jointless phosphor-deoxidized copper pipe
Size : See “6-5 Example of connection” to determine the correct size.
Thickness : Select a thickness for the refrigerant piping which
complies with national and local laws.
• For piping work, follow the maximum tolerated length, difference in
height, and length after a branch indicated in the “6-5 Example of
connection”.
English
• Outside unit multi connection piping kit and refrigerant branching kit
(sold separately) are needed for connection of piping between outside units (in case of multi system) and piping branches.
Use only separately sold items selected specifically according to the
outside unit multi connection piping kit, the refrigerant branching kit
selection in the “6-5 Example of connection”.
6-2 Protection against contamination
when installing pipes
Protect the piping to prevent moisture, dirt, dust, etc. from entering the piping.
Place
Outdoor
Indoor
Installation period
Protection method
More than a month
Pinch the pipe
Less than a month
Pinch or tape the pipe
Regardless of the period
NOTE
Exercise special caution to prevent dirt or dust when passing piping
through holes in walls and when passing pipe edges to the exterior.
6-3 Pipe connection
•
•
Be sure to perform nitrogen permutation or nitrogen blow when
brazing. (Refer to figure 8)
Brazing without performing nitrogen permutation or nitrogen blow
into the piping will create large quantities of oxidized film on the
inside of the pipes, adversely affecting valves and compressors in
the refrigerating system and preventing normal operation.
(Refer to figure 8)
1. Refrigerant pipe
2. Location to be brazed
3. Nitrogen
4. Taping
5. Handy valve
6. Regulator
The pressure regulator for the nitrogen released when doing the
brazing should be set to about 2.9 psi (Enough to feel a slight
breeze on your cheek).
NOTE
Do not use anti-oxidants when brazing the pipe joints.
Residue can clog pipes and break equipment.
•
About handling of shutoff valves, refer to [Shutoff valve operation
procedure] in “11-1 Before working”.
CAUTION
After removing the gass, remove the pinch piping.
Any gas remaining inside may blow off the pinch piping when you
dissolve the brazing, causing damage.
(Refer to figure 11)
1. Pich piping (3 pieces)
2. Do not remove the relay piping.
3. Pinch piping
4. Procedure 1 : Confirm the shutoff valve is closed.
5. Procedure 2 : Connect a charge hose to the service port of
shutoff valve and remove the gas in the pinch piping.
6. Procedure 3 : After removing the gas in the pinch piping, dissolve the brazing using a burner and remove the pinch piping.
3. Connecting refrigerant piping to outside units
• Figure 12 shows the example of connecting refrigerant piping to outside units.
• The local inter unit piping next accesorry pipes are field supplyed.
(Refer to figure 12)
1. When connected to the front
2. When connected at lateral side (bottom)
3. Remove the shutoff valve cover to connect.
4. Remove the knock hole on the bottom frame and route the
piping under the bottom frame.
5. Liquid pipe shutoff valve
6. Suction gas pipe shutoff valve
7. HP/LP gas pipe shutoff valve
8. Brazing
9. Liquid side accessory pipe (1)
10. Suction gas side accessory pipe (1)
11. HP/LP gas side accessory pipe (1)
12. L type accessory joint (1)
13. L type accessory joint (2)
14. Liquid side accessory pipe (2)
15. Suction gas side accessory pipe (2)
16. HP/LP gas side accessory pipe (2)
17. In case of 72PA type use the Accessory joint for connecting
the Suction gas side accessory pipe (2) to Suction gas side
shutoff valve.
18. Accessory joint
NOTE
6-4 Connecting the refrigerant piping
1. Direction to bring out the pipes
The local inter unit piping can be connected either forward or to the
sides (taken out through the bottom) as shown in the figure 9.
When passing out through the bottom, use the knock hole in the bottom frame.
(Refer to figure 9)
1. Left-side connection
2. Front connection
3. Right-side connection
Precautions when knocking out knock holes
• Open knock hole (large, small) in the base frame by drilling the 4
concave around it with a φ -1/4”-bit. (Refer to figure 10)
(Refer to figure 10)
1. Knock hole
(large : for liquid pipe, suction gas pipe and HP/LP gas pipe)
2. Knock hole (small : for equalizer pipe)
3. Drill
4. Concave section (4 points)
• Be sure to avoid damaging the casing.
• After knocking out the holes, we recommend you remove any burrs
and paint them using the repair paint to prevent rusting.
• When passing electrical wiring through the knock holes, protect the wiring with a conduit or bushings, making sure not to damage the wiring.
2. Removing Pinch Piping
• When connecting refrigerant piping to an outside unit, remove the
pinch piping using the procedure in the figure 11.
(Refer to figure 11)
English
• Make sure the onsite piping does not come into contact with other
piping or the bottom frame or side panels of the unit.
4. Branching the refrigerant piping
Heed the restrictions below when installing the refrigerant branching
kit and read the installation instruction manual with the kit.
(Improper installation could lead to malfunctioning or breakdown of
the outside unit.)
<REFNET joint>
Install the REFNET joint so it splits horizontally or vertically.
(Refer to figure 13)
1. Horizontal
2. A-arrow view
3. Horizontal surface
4. ±30° or less
5. Vertical
<REFNET header>
Install the REFNET header so it splits horizontally.
(Refer to figure 14)
1. Horizontal surface
2. B-arrow view
5
BS
Unit
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Allowable length after the branch
Allowable Between outside and indoor units
height Between indoor and indoor units
difference Between outside and outside units
Between outside unit (*2)
Maximum and indoor unit
allowable
length
Between first outside unit multi
connection piping kit and outside unit
(in case of multi system)
Multi
outside
system
REYQ
144~192 PAYD
REYQ
144~192 PATJ
Single
outside
system
REYQ
72~120 PAYD
REYQ
72~120 PATJ
Difference in height
Difference in height
Difference in height
Actual pipe
length
Actual pipe
length
Equivalent
length
Total extention length
Actual and
Equivalent
pipe length
” Indicate the Outside unit multi
connection piping kit.
(*2) In case of multi outdoor system, re-read
“outside unit” to “the first Outside unit
multi connection piping kit” as seen from
the indoor unit.
(*1) “
Piping from BS unit to indoor unit or
Piping from Refrigerant branch kit to
indoor unit used as cooling only
(Thin) : 2 pipes (Suction) gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Piping from outside unit to BS unit
Suction gas pipe
(Bold) : 3 pipes HP/LP gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Liquid pipe
HP/LP gas pipe
Suction gas pipe
Indoor unit
side
(2 pipes)
g
B1
f
F
1
i
G
2
b
j
k
3
m
B
4
B2
c
o
C
D
e
E
5
q
6
n
p
B3 B4
d
7
r
8
s
REFNET joint (A~G)
g
B1
f
F
1
i
G
2
b
k
t
3
m
B
4
B2
c
o
C
D
e
E
5
q
6
n
p
B3 B4
d
7
r
8
S
REFNET joint (A~G)
1
B1
f
e
2
B2
h
g
3
B3
A
i
B4
j
4
b
5
m
k
6
B5 n
B
o
7
8
p
REFNET header
d
c
1
B1
f
e
2
B2
a
g
h
t
3
B3
A
i
B4
j
4
b
5
m
k
6
B5 n
B
o
7
8
p
REFNET header
REFNET joint (A~G)
B1 ~ B5
: BS Unit
1 ~ 4 , 7 , 8 : Indoor unit (Cool/Heat selection possible)
5, 6
: Indoor unit (Cooling only)
r
Outside unit
B1 ~ B5
: BS Unit
1 ~ 4 , 7 , 8 : Indoor unit (Cool/Heat selection possible)
5, 6
: Indoor unit (Cooling only)
d
c
a
REFNET joint (A~G)
Branch with REFNET joint and header
Outside unit
2
3
i
4
h
B4
5
j
k
B5
6
B6
m
7
n
8
o
2
3
i
4
h
B4
5
j
k
B5
t
6
B6
m
7
n
8
o
REFNET header
B1 ~ B6 : BS Unit
1~6
: Indoor unit (Cool/Heat selection possible)
7, 8
: Indoor unit (Cooling only)
1
d
f
b
B1 B2 B3
e
c
g
a
r
Outside unit
B1 ~ B6 : BS Unit
1~6
: Indoor unit (Cool/Heat selection possible)
7, 8
: Indoor unit (Cooling only)
1
d
f
b
B1 B2 B3
e
c
g
a
REFNET header
Branch with REFNET header
Outside unit
Difference in height between outside unit and indoor unit (H1) ≤ 164 ft (Max 130 ft if the outside unit is below)
(Equivalent length ≤ 43 ft)
r
t
Difference in height between adjacent indoor units (H2) ≤ 49 ft
Difference in height between adjacent outside units (H3) ≤ 16 ft
Actual pipe length from first refrigerant branch kit (either REFNET joint or REFNET header) to indoor unit ≤ 130 ft (Note 2)
Example 6 : b + ≤ 130 ft, 8: m + n + p ≤ 130 ft
Example 8 : o ≤ 130 ft
Example 8 : b + c + d + e + s ≤ 130 ft
(Equivalent length ≤ 43 ft)
t ≤ 33 ft
Pipe length between outside unit (*2) and indoor unit ≤ 540 ft
Example 8 : a + b + c + d + e ≤ 540 ft
Example 6 : a + b + ≤ 540 ft, 8 : a + m + n + p ≤ 540 ft Example 8 : a + o ≤ 540 ft
Equivalent pipe length between outside unit (*2) and indoor unit ≤ 620 ft (Note 1)
(Assume eqivalent pipe length of REFNET joint to be 1.6 ft, that of REFNET header to be 3.3 ft, that of BSVQ36 · 60 · 96 to be 13 ft, for calculation purposes)
Total piping length from outside unit (*2) to all indoor unit ≤ 3280 ft
Actual pipe length from first outside unit multi connection piping kit to outside unit ≤ 33 ft
Outside unit
r ≤ 33 ft
Equivalent pipe length from first outside unit multi connection piping kit to outside unit ≤ 43 ft
B1 ~ B4 : BS Unit
1~6
: Indoor unit (Cool/Heat selection possible)
7, 8
: Indoor unit (Cooling only)
A
a
r
First outside unit multi connection piping kit
Outside unit
B1 ~ B4 : BS Unit
1~6
: Indoor unit (Cool/Heat selection possible)
7, 8
: Indoor unit (Cooling only)
A
a
H3
Outside unit
side
(3 pipes)
Branch with REFNET joint
H1
H1
H1
H1
Outside unit
H3
H2
H2
H3
H2
H2
H2
H2
H1
6
H1
Example of connection
(Connection of 8 indoor units)
6-5 Example of connection
English
English
7
Piping between outside unit multi
connection piping kits
Piping between outside unit and
refrigerant branch kit (part A)
Piping between outside unit
multi connection piping kit
and outside unit (part B)
Equalizer pipe
(part C)
For an outside unit installation, make
the settings in accordance with the
following figure.
Outside unit
The thickness and material shall be selected in
accordance with local code.
Pipe size selection
Example for indoor units
connected downstream
• Refrigerant branch kits can only be used with R410A.
• When multi outdoor system are installed, be sure to use the
special separately sold Outside unit multi connection piping
kit. (BHFP26P90U).
(For how to select the proper kit, follow the table at right.)
• Never use BHFP26M90U, BHFP22M90U for M type of this
series or T joint (field supplyed).
Outside unit multi connection piping kit and
Refrigerant branch kit selection
How to select the outside unit multi connection piping kit
(This is required when the system is multi outside unit system.)
Choose from the following table in accordance with the number of outside units.
Number of outside unit
Connecting piping kit name
2 units
BHFP26P90U
How to select the REFNET header
Choose from the following table in accordance with the total capacity index of all
the indoor units connected below the REFNET header.
Refrigerant branch kit name
Indoor unit total capacity index
3 pipes
2 pipes
KHRP26M22H or KHRP26M33H
× < 72
KHRP25M33H
KHRP26M33H
72 ≤ × < 111
KHRP26M72H
KHRP25M72H
111 ≤
REMQ72 · 96PA type
φ7/8
φ3/4
φ3/8
Piping size (O. D.)
Equalizer pipe (part C) (outside multi system only)
φ3/4
(unit : in.)
Piping between refrigerant branch kit, BS unit and indoor unit.
(unit : in.)
Match to the size of the connection pipng on the indoor unit.
Piping size (O. D.)
Indoor unit capacity type
gas pipe
Liquid pipe
φ1/2
φ1/4
07 · 09 · 12 · 18
φ5/8
φ3/8
24 · 30 · 36 · 48
Example REFNET joint B : Indoor units 7 + 8
Example REFNET header :
Example REFNET header : Indoor units 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 Indoor units 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8
Piping between outside unit(*2 and refrigerant branch kit (partA)
Piping between refrigerant branch kits
Choose from the following table in accordance with the outdoor
Piping between refrigerant branch kit and BS unit
units system capacity type.
(unit : in.)
Piping between BS unit and refrigerant branch kit
Piping size (O. D.)
Outside unit
Choose from the following table in accordance with the total capacity type of all the
Suction gas pipe HP/LP gas pipe
Liquid pipe
capacity type
indoor units connected downstream.
REYQ72PA type
φ3/4
φ5/8
*1 Connection piping must not exceed the refrigerant Piping size between outside
φ3/8
REYQ96PA type
φ7/8
unit and refrigerant branch kit (part A)
φ3/4
REYQ120PA type
*2 When selecting 2 pipes line(gas pipe and liquid pipe), use Suction gas pipe
φ1/2
REYQ144PA type
column for gas pipe and Liquid pipe column for liquid pipe.
φ1-1/8
φ7/8
(unit : in.)
REYQ168PA type
φ5/8
Piping size (O. D.)
φ1-1/8
REYQ192PA type
Indoor capacity index
Suction gas pipe HP/LP gas pipe
Liquid pipe
× < 54
φ5/8
φ1/2
Piping between outside unit multi connection piping kit and outside unit (part B)
54 ≤ × < 72
φ3/4
φ5/8
φ3/8
Choose from the following table in accordance with the capacity type of
72 ≤ × < 111
φ7/8
the outside unit connected.
(unit : in.)
φ3/4
111 ≤ × < 162
φ1/2
Piping size (O. D.)
Outside unit
φ1-1/8
162 ≤ ×
φ1-1/8
φ5/8
Suction gas pipe HP/LP gas pipe
Liquid pipe
capacity type
Example REFNET joint C : Indoor units 5 + 6 + 7 + 8
How to select the REFNET joint
When using REFNET joint at the first branch counted from the outside unit side,
choose from the following table in accordance with the outside unit capacity type.
(Example : REFNET joint A)
Outside unit capacity type
Refrigerant branch kit name
REYQ72 · 96PA type
KHRP25M33T
REYQ120~192PA type
KHRP25M72TU
Choose the REFNET joints other than the first branch from the following table in accordance
with the total capacity index of all the indoor units connected below the REFNET joint.
Refrigerant branch kit name
Indoor unit total capacity index
3 pipes
2 pipes
× < 72
KHRP25M22T
KHRP26M22T
72 ≤ × < 111
KHRP25M33T
KHRP26M33T
111 ≤ ×
KHRP25M72TU
KHRP26M72TU
8
English
0.121
0.040
(Total length (ft)
of liquid piping
size at φ3/8)
0.249
(Total length (ft)
of liquid piping
size at φ5/8)
(Total length (ft)
of liquid piping
size at φ7/8)
0.015
(Total length (ft)
of liquid piping
size at φ1/4)
1.02
HEAT RECOVER SYSTEM
THE AMOUNT OF
REFRIGERANT
REYQ72 ~ 120PAYD
7.9 lb
REYQ72 ~ 120PATJ
REYQ144 ~ 192PAYD
2.2 lb
REYQ144 ~ 192PATJ
a : φ3/4 × 15ft.
b : φ3/4 × 10ft.
c : φ3/8 × 5ft.
d : φ3/8 × 5ft.
e : φ3/8 × 5ft.
f : φ3/8 × 5ft.
g : φ3/8 × 5ft.
h : φ3/8 × 5ft.
u
11.1lb
r
Liquid pipe
φ3/8 → φ1/2
φ1/2 → φ5/8
φ5/8 → φ3/4
c~n, s, t
System
REYQ72 · 96PA type
REYQ120 · 144PA type
REYQ168 ~ 192PA type
Round off in units of 0.1 lb.
a, b
= 11.182
Allowable length after the first refrigerant branch kit to indoor units is 130 ft or less, however it can be extended up to 295 ft
if all the following conditions are satisfied. (In case of "Branch with REFNET joint")
a+b×2+c×2+d×2+e×2+f×2+g×2
+ h + i + j + k + l + m + n + p ≤ 3280 ft.
h, i, j....... p ≤ 130 ft.
The farthest indoor unit 8
The nearest indoor unit 1
( a + b + c + d + e + f + g + p ) - ( a + h ) ≤ 130 ft.
2. For calculation of Total extension length, the actual length of
above pipes must be doubled.
(except main pipe and the pipes that are not increased)
3. Indoor unit to the nearest branch kit ≤ 130 ft.
4. The difference between
[Outside unit to the farthest indoor unit]
and [Outside unit to the nearest indoor unit] ≤ 130 ft.
*If available on the site, use this size. Otherwise it can not be increased.
8 b + c + d + e + f + g + p ≤ 295 ft.
increase the pipe size of b, c, d, e, f, g
Required Conditions
MODEL NAME
i : φ3/8 × 5ft.
j : φ3/8 × 5ft.
k : φ3/8 × 10ft.
l : φ3/8 × 10ft.
o, p
a
φ3/8 → φ1/2
φ1/2 → φ5/8
i
h
1
B
b
A
2
c
j
C
k
D
4
e
l
E
5
f
m
F
6
g
n
G
7
8
p
H1
REFNET joint (A-G)
φ7/8 → φ1*
φ1-1/8 → φ1-1/4*
Indoor units ( 1 - 8 )
3
d
Outside unit
φ5/8 → φ3/4
φ3/4 → φ7/8
Increase the pipe size as follows
Example Drawings
r : φ1/2 × 1ft.
s : φ3/8 × 1ft.
t : φ3/8 × 1ft.
u : φ5/8 × 1ft.
φ1-3/8 → φ1-1/2*
REFRIGERANT AMOUNT FOR EXCEEDING
CONNECTION CAPACITY OF INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR CONNECTION
MODEL NAME
CAPACITY
REYQ72 ~ 192PAYD
REYQ72 ~ 192PATJ
MORE THAN 100%
1.1 lb
120% OR LESS
MORE THAN 120%
1.1 lb
130% OR LESS
m : φ3/8 × 10ft.
n : φ3/8 × 5ft.
o : φ1/4 × 5ft.
p : φ1/4 × 5ft.
REYQ192PAYD
116%
R = ( 25 × 0.175 + 1 × 0.121 + 1 × 0.081 + 75 × 0.040 + 10 × 0.015 ) × 1.02 + 2.2 + 1.1
Outside system : REYQ192PAYD
Total capacity of indoor unit : 116%
When the equivalent pipe length between outside and indoor units is 295 ft or more,
the size of main pipes on the liquid side (refer to figure 15)
must be increased according to the right table.
(Never inxrease suction gas pipe and HP/LP gas pipe.)
(Refer to figure 15)
1.Outdoor unit
2.Main pipes
3.Increase only liquid pipe size
4.First refrigerant branch kit
5.BS unit
6.Indoor unit
0.081
0.175
(Total length (ft)
of liquid piping
size at φ1/2)
(Total length (ft)
of liquid piping
size at φ3/4)
Example for refrigerant branch using REFNET joint and REFNET heder for systems and each pipe length as shown below.
R=
1. It is necessay to increase the pipe size between the first branch
kit and the final branch kit. (Reducers must be procured on site)
However, the pipes that are same pipe size with main pipe must
not be increased
Note 2.
Note 1.
[HEAT RECOVER SYSTEM]
Additional refrigerant to
be charged : R(lb)
R should be rounded
off in units of 0.1 lb.
How to calculate the
additional refrigerant
to be charged
7.
FIELD WIRING
NOTE
• All field wiring and components must be installed by a licensed electrician and must comply with relevant local and national regulations.
• Be sure to use a dedicated power circuit. Never use a power supply
shared by another appliance.
• Never install a phase advancing capacitor. As this unit is equipped
with an inverter, installing a phase advancing capacitor will not only
deteriorate power factor improvement effect, but also may cause
capacitor abnormal heating accident due to high-frequency waves.
• Only proceed with wiring work after blocking off all power.
• Always ground wires in accordance with relevant local and national
regulations.
• This machine includes an inverter device. Connect earth and leave
charge to eliminate the impact on other devices by reducing noise
generated from the inverter device and to prevent leaked current
from being charged in the outer hull of the product.
• Do not connect the ground wire to gas pipes, sewage pipes, lightning
rods, or telephone ground wires.
Gas pipes : can explode or catch fire if there is a gas leak.
Sewage pipes : no grounding effect is possible if hard plastic piping
is used.
Telephone ground wires and lightning rods : dangerous when
struck by lightning due to abnormal rise in electrical potential in the
grounding.
• Be sure to install an earth leakage circuit breaker.
This unit uses an inverter, so install the earth leakage circuit breaker
that be capable of handling high harmonics in order to prevent malfunctioning of the earth leakage circuit breaker itself.
• Earth leakage circuit breaker which are especially for protecting
ground-faults should be used in conjunction with main switch or fuse
for use with wiring.
• Electrical wiring must be done in accordance with the wiring diagrams and the description herein.
• Do not operate until refrigerant piping work is completed.
(If operated before complete the piping work, the compressor may
be broken down.)
• Never remove thermistor, sensor or etc. when connecting power wiring and transmission wiring.
(If operated with thermistor, sensor or etc. removed, the compressor
may be broken down.)
• This product have reversed phase protection detector that only
works when the power is turned on. If there exists blackout or the
power goes on and off which the product is operating, attach a
reversed phase protection circuit locally. Running the product in
reversed phase may break the compressor and other parts.
• Attach the power wire securely. Introducing power with a missing Nphase or with a mistaken N-phase will break the unit.
• Never connect the power supply in reversed phase.
The unit can not operate normally in reversed phase.
If you connect in reversed phase, replace two of the three phases.
• Make sure the electrical unbalance ratio is no greater than 2%. If it is
larger than this, the unit’s lifespan will be reduced.
If the ratio exceeds 4%, the unit will shut down and an malfunction
code will be displayed on the indoor remote controller.
• Connect the wire securely using designated wire and fix it with attached
clamp without applying external pressure on the terminal parts (terminal
for power wiring, terminal for transmission wiring and earth terminal).
• If there exists the possibility of reversed phase, lose phase, momentary blackout or the power goes on and off while the product is operating, attach a reversed phase protection circuit locally.
Running the product in reversed phase may break the compressor
and other parts.
7-1 Power circuit, safety device and cable
requirements
• A power circuit (see the following table) must be provided for connection of the unit. This circuit must be protected with the required safety
devices, i.e. a main switch, a slow blow fuse on each phase and an
earth leakage circuit breaker.
• When using residual current operated circuit breakers, be sure to
use a high-speed type (0.1 second or less) 200mA rated residual
operating current.
• Use copper conductors only.
English
• Use insulated wire for the power cord.
• Select the power supply cable type and size in accordance with relevant local and national regulations.
• Specifications for local wiring power cord and branch wiring are in
compliance with local cord.
Phase and
Voltage
frequency
Minimum
RecomTransmission
circuit amp. mended fuses line selection
REYQ72PAYD
φ 3, 60Hz
460V
16.0A
20A
REYQ96PAYD
φ 3, 60Hz
460V
20.4A
25A
AWG18-16
REYQ120PAYD
φ 3, 60Hz
460V
20.5A
25A
AWG18-16
REYQ144PAYD
φ 3, 60Hz
460V
33.4A
25A+25A
AWG18-16
REYQ168PAYD
φ 3, 60Hz
460V
37.0A
25A+25A
AWG18-16
REYQ192PAYD
φ 3, 60Hz
460V
40.6A
25A+25A
AWG18-16
Phase and
frequency Voltage
REYQ72PATJ
φ 3, 60Hz
REYQ96PATJ
φ 3, 60Hz
REYQ120PATJ
φ 3, 60Hz
REYQ144PATJ
φ 3, 60Hz
REYQ168PATJ
φ 3, 60Hz
REYQ192PATJ
φ 3, 60Hz
208230V
208230V
208230V
208230V
208230V
208230V
AWG18-16
Minimum
RecomTransmission
circuit amp. mended fuses line selection
36.1A
40A
AWG18-16
43.8A
45A
AWG18-16
44.2A
50A
AWG18-16
57.6A
40A+40A
AWG18-16
64.9A
40A+50A
AWG18-16
72.2A
50A+50A
AWG18-16
7-2 Wiring Connection Example for Whole System
(Refer to figure 16)
1. Power supply
2. Main switch
3. Earth leakage circuit breaker
4. Fuse
5. Outside unit
6. COOL/HEAT selector
7. Remote controller
8. Indoor unit
9. BS unit
NOTE
• Make sure the weak electric wiring (i.e. for the remote controller, between
units, etc.) and the power wiring do not pass near each other, keeping
them at least 2 in. apart.
Proximity may cause electrical interference, malfunctions, and breakage.
• Be sure to connect the power wiring to the power wiring terminal
block and secure it as described in “7-5 Power Wiring Connection
Procedure”.
• Transmission wiring should be secured as described in “7-4 Transmission Wiring Connection Procedure”.
• Secure wiring with clamp such as insulation lock ties to avoid contact
with piping.
• Shape the wires to prevent the structure such as the EL. COMPO.
BOX lid deforming. And close the cover firmly.
• All field wiring is to be procured on site.
7-3 Leading wire Procedure
• The power wiring and ground wiring are passed out from the power
wiring hole on the sides, the front (knock hole) or the bottom frame
(knock hole) .
• The transmission wiring is passed out from the wiring hole (knock
hole) on the front of the unit or from a piping hole.
(Refer to figure 17-1)
1. Electric wiring diagram
Printed on the back of the EL.COMPO.BOX lid.
2. Knockout hole
3. Power line
4. Transmission line
(Refer to figure 17-2)
1. EL.COMPO.BOX lid
2. Service lid
3. [Service precautions] Label location
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NOTE
• Open the knock holes with a hammer or the like.
• After knocking out the holes, we recommend you remove any burrs
and paint them using the repair paint to prevent rusting.
(Refer to figure 17-1, 2)
• When passing wiring through the knock holes, remove burrs around
the knock holes and protect the wiring with protective tape.
(Refer to figure 17-1, 2)
• If small animals might enter the unit, block off any gaps (hatching
parts in figure 17-1, 2) with material (field supply).
7-4 Transmission Wiring Connection Procedure
• Referring to figure 18 connect the transmission wiring between outside unit and indoor unit, outside unit and outside unit of other system, outside unit and outside unit of same system.
(Refer to figure 18)
1. EL. COMPO. BOX (1)
2. EL. COMPO. BOX (2)
3. Do not open the EL. COMPO. BOX (2) lid.
(There are no work when installation)
4. Never connect the power wire.
5. To outside unit of other system
6. Use duplex wires (No polarity)
7. BS unit
8. Indoor unit
9. Indoor unit (Cooling only)
NOTE
• Do not connect the power wiring to terminals for the transmission
wiring. Doing so would destroy the entire system.
• When connecting wires to the terminal block on the PC-board, too
much heat or tightening could damage the PC-board. Attach with care.
See the table below for the tightening torque of the transmission wiring
terminals.
Screw size
M3.5 (A1P)
Tightening torque (ft · lbf)
0.59 ~ 0.71
• Transmission wiring (About the symbol 1 ~ 2 , see figure 18)
should be done within the following limitations.
If they are exceeded, transmission problems may occur.
1 Between outside unit and BS (or indoor) unit
Between BS unit and indoor unit
Between outside unit and outside unit of other systems
Max. wiring length
: 3280 ft
Max. total wiring length
: 6560 ft
Max. no. of branches
: 16
[Note]
No branch is allowed after branch (See figure 19)
Max. no. of outside units of other system
that can be connected
: 10
(Refer to figure 19)
1. Branch
2. Branch after branch
2 Between outside unit and outside unit of same system
Max. wiring length
: 100 ft
(Refer to figure 21)
1. Suction gas pipe
2. HP/LP gas pipe
3. Liquid pipe
4. Insulation material
5. Finishing tape
6. Transmission wiring
• Wiring to other systems should be connected to terminals F1 and F2
(TO OUT/D UNIT) on the PC-board of the EL. COMPO. BOX(1).
7-5 Power Wiring Connection Procedure
• Be sure to connect the power supply wiring to the power supply terminal block and hold it in place using the included clamp as shown in
the figure 22.
• The L1, L2, L3 and N phases of the power wiring should be secured
separately to the hook using the included clamp (1).
• The ground wiring should be bound to the power wiring using the
included clamp (1) to prevent outside force from being applied to the
terminal area.
(Refer to figure 22)
1. Power supply
(MODEL PAYD:3~460V 60Hz)
(MODEL PATJ:3~208-230V 60Hz)
2. Earth leakage circuit breaker
3. Branch switch, earth leakage circuit breaker
4. Ground wire
5. EL. COMPO. BOX (1)
6. EL. COMPO. BOX (2)
7. Do not open the EL. COMPO. BOX (2) lid.
(There are no work when installation)
8. Attach insulation sleeves
9. Power supply terminal block
10. Ground terminal
11. Clamp (1) (accessory)
12. Vinyl tube (accessory)
CAUTION
• Be sure to use crimp-style terminal with insulating sleeves for connections. (See the figure below.)
Crimp-style terminal
Insulating sleeve
• For wiring, use the designated power wire and connect firmly, then
secure to prevent outside pressure being exerted on the terminal board.
• Use an appropriate screwdriver for tightening the terminal screws. A
screwdriver with a small head will strip the head and make proper
tightening impossible.
• Over-tightening the terminal screws may break them.
See the following table for the tightening torque of the terminal screws.
Screw size
M8 Power terminal, ground terminal
Tightening torque (ft · lbf)
4.06 ~ 5.38
• When pulling the ground wire out, wire it so that it comes through the
cut out section of the cup washer. (See the figure below.) An improper
ground connection may prevent a good ground from being achieved.
Cup washer
• The transmission wiring inside the EL.COMPO.BOX should be
secured using the clamp (1) as shown in figure 20.
(Refer to figure 20)
1. In the EL.COMPO.BOX
2. Retain to the EL.COMPO.BOX with the accessory clamp (1).
3. Vinyl tube (accessory)
Power wire
Crimp-style terminal
Cut out section
• Outside the units, the transmission wiring must be finished simultaneously with the local refrigerant piping, and wound with tape (field
supply) as shown in figure 21.
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• When two wires are connected to a single terminal, connect them so
that the rear sides of the crimp contacts face each other. Also, make
sure the thinner wire is on top, securing the two wires simultaneously
to the resin hook using the included clamp (1).
Terminal Crip style
terminal
block
Wire : narrow
Wire : thick
Resin hook
7-6 Procedure for Wiring Inside Units
• Referring to figure 23, secure and wire the power and transmission
wiring using the included clamp (1), (2), and (3).
• Wire so that the ground wiring does not come into contact with the
compressor lead wiring.
If they touch, this may have an adverse effect on other devices.
• The transmission wiring must be at least 2 in. away from the power wiring.
• Make sure all wiring do not contact to the pipes (hatching parts in the
figure 23).
(Refer to figure 23)
1. Secure to the hook of column support using the accessory
calmp (1).
2. Electric conduit
3. When routing out the power/ground wires from the left side.
4. When routing out the transmission wiring from the opening
for piping.
5. When routing out the power/ground wires from the front.
6. Clear over 2 in..
7. When routing out the transmission wiring from the knockout
hole.
8. When routing out the power/ground wires from the right side.
9. Power wiring
10. Ground wire
11. Transmission wiring
12. When wiring, exercise sufficient caution not to detach the
acoustic insulators from the compressor.
13. Secure to the back side of the support beam using the
accessory clamp (1).
14. Retain to the back of the column support with the accessory
clamp (2).
Precautions when knocking out knockout holes
• To punch out a knockout hole, hit it with a hammer.
• Open an appropriate hole as needed.
• After knocking out the holes trim off the burr, then we recommend
you to paint the edges and areas around the edges using the repair
paint to prevent rusting.
• Power line : Open a knockout hole as shown at left and connect
it using a conduit.
• Transmission line : Connect it using a conduit in the knockout hole
on the right.
Conduit
(field supply)
Lock nut
(field supply)
Left side
Right side
Conduit mounting plate
(accessory)
Burr
Knockout hole
NOTE
• After wiring work is completed, check to make sure there are no loose
connections among the electrical parts in the EL.COMPO.BOX.
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8.
AIR TIGHT TEST AND VACUUM DRYING
• After finished piping work, carry out air tight test and vacuum drying.
NOTE
• Always use nitrogen gas for the airtightness test.
• Absolutely do not open the shutoff valve until the main power ciruit
insulation measurement has been completed. (measuring after the
shutoff valve is opened will cause the insulation value to drop.)
<Needed tools>
• To prevent entry of any impurities and insure
sufficient pressure resistance, always use the
Gauge manifold
special tools dedicated for R410A.
Charge hose
• Use charge hose that have pushing stick for
valve
connecting to service port of shutoff valves or
refrigerant charge port.
• The vacuum pump for vacuum drying should
be able to lower the pressure to –14.6 psi.
Vacuum pump
• Take care the pump oil never flow backward
into the refrigerant pipe during the pump stops.
<The system for air tight test and vacuum drying>
• Referring to figure 24, connect a nitrogen tank, refrigerant tank, and
a vacuum pump to the outside unit.
The refrigerant tank and the charge hose connection to refrigerant
charge port or the valve A in figure 24 are needed in “11. ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE AND CHECK OPERATION”.
(Refer to figure 24)
1. Gauge manifold
2. Nitrogen
3. Measuring device
4. R410A tank (with siphon)
5. Vacuum pump
6. Charge hose
7. Refrigerant charge port
8. HP/LP gas pipe shutoff valve
9. Suction gas pipe shutoff valve
10. Liquid pipe shutoff valve
11. Valve A
12. Valve B
13. Valve C
14. Outside unit
15. To BS (or indoor) unit
16. Shutoff valve
17. Service port
18. Field piping
19. Gas flow
NOTE
• The air-tightness test and vacuum drying
should be done using the service ports of
equalizer pipe, HP/LP gas pipe, suction gas
pipe and liquid pipe shutoff valve.
See the [R410A] Label attached to the front
plate of the outside unit for details on the location of the service port (see figure at right)
• See [Shutoff valve operation procedure] in
“11-1 Before working” for details on handling
[R410A] Label
the shutoff valve.
• The refrigerant charge port is connected to unit pipe.
When shipped, the unit contains the refrigerant, so use caution when
attaching the charge hose.
<Air tight test>
Pressurize the liquid pipe, suction gas pipe, HP/LP gas pipe and
equalizer pipe from the service ports of each shutoff valve to 550 psi
(do not pressurize more than 550 psi). If the pressure does not drop
within 24 hours, the system passes the test.
If there is a pressure drop, check for leaks, make repairs and perform
the airtight test again.
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<Vacuum drying>
Evacuate the system from the liquid pipe, suction gas pipe, HP/LP
gas pipe and equalizer pipe shutoff valve service ports by using a
vacuum pump for more than 2 hours and bring the system to
–14.6 psi or less. After keeping the system under that condition for
more than 1 hour, check if the vacuum gauge rises or not. If it rises,
the system may either contain moisture inside or have leaks.
NOTE
If moisture might enter the piping, follow belows.
(I.e., if doing work during the rainy season, if the actual work takes
long enough that condensation may form on the inside of the
pipes, if rain might enter the pipes during work, etc.)
After evacuating the system for 2 hours, pressurize the system to 7.25
psi (vacuum break) with nitrogen gas and evacuate the system again
using the vacuum pump for 1 hour to –14.6 psi or less (vacuum drying).
If the system cannot be evacuated to –14.6 psi within 2 hours, repeat
the operation of vacuum break and vacuum drying.
Then, after leaving the system in vacuum for 1 hour, confirm that the
vacuum gauge does not rise.
9.
PIPE INSULATION
• Insulation of pipes should be done after performing “8. AIR TIGHT
TEST AND VACUUM DRYING”.
• Always insulate the liquid piping, the HP/LP gas piping, the gas piping, and these pipe connections.
Failing to insulate the pipes may cause leaking or burns.
Especially, be sure to insulate the HP/LP gas piping as withstanding
as the suction pipe because the suction gas follows in the HP/LP gas
piping when the system is whole cooling mode.
And be sure to use the insulation which can withstand such temperatures of 248°F or more for the HP/LP gas piping, the equalizer pipe
and the gas piping because the HP/LP gas follows in these pipings.
• Reinforce the insulation on the refrigerant piping according to the
installation environment. Condensation might form on the surface of
the insulation. Refer to the below.
„ Ambient temperature : 86°F, humidity : 75% to 80% RH : min.
thickness : 9/16 in..
„ If the ambient temperature exceeds 86°F and the humidity 80%
RH, then the min. thickness is 3/4 in..
See the Engineering data book for detail.
• If there is a possibility that condensation on the shutoff valve might
drip down into the indoor unit through gaps in the insulation and piping because the outside unit is located higher than the indoor unit,
etc., this must be prevented by caulking the connections, etc.
(Refer to figure 25)
• The piping lead-out hole lid should be attached after opening a
knock hole. (Refer to figure 26)
• If small animals and the like might enter the unit through the piping
lead-out hole, close the hole with blocking material (procured on site)
after completion of “11. ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE
AND CHECK OPERATION”. (Refer to figure 29)
(Refer to figure 25)
1. Insulation material
2. Caulking, etc.
(Refer to figure 26)
1. Piping lead-out hole lid
2. Open a knock hole at “
3. Block “
”.
”.
NOTE
• After knocking out the holes, we recommend you remove burrs in the
knock holes (See figure 26) and paint the edges and areas around
the edges using the repair paint.
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10. CHECKING OF DEVICE AND INSTALLATION CONDITIONS
Be sure to check the followings.
For those doing electrical work
1. Make sure there is no faulty transmission wiring or loosing of a nut.
See “7-4 Transmission Wiring Connection Procedure”.
2. Make sure there is no faulty power wiring or loosing of a nut.
See “7-5 Power Wiring Connection Procedure”.
3. Has the insulation of the main power circuit deteriorated?
Measure the insulation and check the insulation is above regular
value in accordance with relevant local and national regulations.
For those doing pipe work
1. Make sure piping size is correct.
See “6-1 Selection of piping material and Refrigerant branching kit”.
2. Make sure insulation work is done.
See “9. PIPE INSULATION”.
3. Make sure there is no faulty refrigerant piping.
See “6. REFRIGERANT PIPING”.
11. ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE
AND CHECK OPERATION
The outside unit is charged with refrigerant when shipped from the factory,
but depending on the size and length of the piping when installed, it may
require additional charging.
For charging the additional refrigerant, follow the procedure in this chapter.
And then carry out the check operation.
11-1 Before working
[About the refrigerant tank]
Check whether the tank has a siphon pipe before charging and place
the tank so that the refrigerant is charged in liquid form.
(See the figure below.)
With siphon pipe
Stand the tank upright and charge.
(The siphon pipe goes all the way inside,
so the tank does not need be put
upside-down charge in liquid form.)
Other tanks
Stand the tank upside-down and charge.
NOTE
• Always use the proper refrigerant (R410A). If charged with the refrigerant containing an improper material, it may cause an explosion or
accident.
• R410A is a mixed refrigerant, so charging it as a gas will cause the refrigerant composition to change, which may prevent normal operation.
[Shutoff valve operation procedure]
When operating the shutoff valve, follow the procedure instructed below.
NOTE
• Do not open the shutoff valve until “10. CHECKING OF DEVICE
AND INSTALLATION CONDITIONS” are completed. If the shutoff
valve is left open without turning on the power, it may cause refrigerant to buildup in the compressor, leading insulation degradation.
• Be sure to use the correct tools.
The shutoff valve is not a back-seat type. If forced it to open, it might
break the valve body.
• When using a service port, use the charge hose.
• After tightening the cap, make sure no refrigerant gas is leaking.
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To open
Tightening torque
The sizes of the shutoff valves on each model and the tightening torque
for each size are listed in the table below.
1. Remove the cap and turn the shaft counterclockwise with the hexa-
<Size of Shutoff Valve>
72PA type
2. Turn it until the shaft stops.
3. Make sure to tighten the cap securely.
96PA type
120PA type
φ3/8
The 120PA type corresponds to the φ1/2 - diameter
onsite piping using the accessory pipe.
φ1
The 72PA type corresponds to the φ3/4 - diameter
onsite piping using the accessory pipe.
The 96PA type corresponds to the φ7/8 - diameter
onsite piping using the accessory pipe.
The 120PA type corresponds to the φ1-1/8 - diameter
onsite piping using the accessory pipe.
Liquid pipe
shutoff valve
Suction gas
shutoff valve
HP/LP gas
shutoff valve
φ3/4
(Refer to figure 27)
1. Service port
2. Cap
3. Hex holes
4. Shaft (valve body)
5. Seal section
gon wrench.
(For the tightening torque, refer to the item <Tightening Torque>.)
To close
1. Remove the cap and turn the shaft clockwise with the hexagon
wrench.
2. Securely tighten the valve until the shaft contacts the main body seal.
3. Make sure to tighten the cap securely.
(For the tightening torque, refer to the item <Tightening Torque>.)
<Tightening torque>
Shutoff
valve size
Tightening torque ft · lbf (Turn clockwise to close)
Shaft (valve body)
Cap (valve lid) Service port
φ 3/8
3.98 - 4.87
φ 1/2
5.97 - 7.30
φ 3/4
19.9 - 24.3
φ1
Hexagonal
wrench 4mm
Hexagonal
wrench 8mm
9.95 - 12.17
13.3 - 16.2
8.48 - 10.3
16.6 - 20.3
[How to Check How Many Units are Connected]
It is possible to find out how many indoor or outside unit in the system are turned on by operating the push button on the PC-board (A1P) of outside unit.
Follow the procedure below to check how many indoor or outside units are turned on.
(LED display: h ...OFF i ...ON j ...Blinking
∗ ...Uncertain)
LED display
H3P H4P H5P
H1P
H2P
(1) Press the MODE button (BS1) once at Setting Mode 1 (H1P : off), and set the MONITOR MODE (H1P : Blinking).
j
h
h
h
(2) Press the SET button (BS2) the number of times until the
LED display matches that at right.
j
h
h
j
h
j
For checking the number of
outside units : eight times
For checking the number
of indoor units : five times
(3) Press the RETURN button (BS3) and read the number of units from the display of
H2P through H7P.
[Reading Method]
The display of H2P through H7P should be read as a binary number, with j standing
for “1” and h standing for “0”.
H6P
H7P
h
h
h
i
h
h
h
h
h
i
h
i
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
j
h
j
h
j
j
h
h
h
i
h
h
h
h
Ex: For the LED display at right, this would be “0 1 0 1 1 0 ”,
which would mean 22 units are connected.
32 × 0 + 16 × 1 + 8 × 0 + 4 × 1 + 2 × 1 + 1 × 0 = 22 units
Note: “000000” indicates 64 units.
(4) Press the MODE button (BS1) once. This returns to Setting Mode 1 (H1P : OFF, default).
NOTE
Press the “MODE button” (BS1) if you get confused while operating.
This returns to Setting Mode 1 (H1P : OFF, default).
11-2 Procedure of Adding Refrigerant charging and
check operation
WARNING
Electric Shock Warning
• Make sure to close the EL. COMPO. BOX lid before turning on the
power.
• Perform the setting on the PC-board (A1P) of the outside unit and
check the LED display after the power is on via the inspection door
which is in the EL. COMPO. BOX lid.
(Refer to figure 28)
1. EL. COMPO. BOX (1) (right)
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2. Inspection door
3. EL.COMPO. BOX (2) (left)
4. Do not open the EL. COMPO. BOX (2) (left) lid or that
inspection door.
5. EL. COMPO. BOX (1) (right) lid
6. LED (H1~8P)
7. Push button (BS1~5)
8. Lift the protruding part to open the inspection door.
• Use an insulated rod to operate the push buttons via the EL.
COMPO. BOX’s inspection door.
There is a risk of electric shock if you touch any live parts, since this
operation must be performed with the power on.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
CAUTION
• Make sure to use the protect tool (protective groves and goggles)
when charging the refrigerant.
• Due to a danger of liquid hammer, the refrigerant must not be charged
over the allowable maximum amount when charging the refrigerant.
• Do not perform the refrigerant charging operation under working for
the BS and indoor unit.
• When opening the front panel, make sure to take caution to the fan rotation during the working.
After the outside unit stops operating, the fan may keep rotation for a while.
NOTE
4. If the “additional charging amount” was charged fully, close the valve
• If operation is performed within 12 minutes after the BS, indoor and
outside units are turned on, H2P will be lit on and the compressor will
not operate.
Check the LED display indicate as shown below.
H1P H2P H3P H4P H5P H6P H7P
h
h
i
h
h
h
h
• In order to ensure uniform refrigerant distribution, it may take up to
around 10 minutes for the compressor to start up after the unit starting operating. This is not a malfunction.
• The refrigerant charge port is connected to the piping inside the unit.
When the unit is shipped from the factory, the unit’s internal piping is
already charged with refrigerant, so be careful when connecting the
charge hose.
• After adding the refrigerant, make sure to close the lid of the refrigerant charging port.
The tightening torque for the lid is 8.48 to 10.3 ft · lbf.
• See [Shutoff valve operation procedure] in chapter 11-1 for details
on how to handle shutoff valves.
• When done or when pausing the refrigerant charging operation,
close the valve of the refrigerant tank immediately.
The refrigerant charge port of this product have electric expansion
valve.
The valve will be closed at end of refrigerant charging. However the
valve will be opened on operation after refrigerant charging (check
operation, nomal operation, etc.).
If the tank is left with the valve open, the amount of refrigerant which
is properly charged may be off the point.
• Make sure to perform the check operation after installation. Otherwise, the malfunction code “U3” will be displayed and normal operation cannot be performed.
And the failure of “Check of miswiring” may also cause abnormal
operation. Performance may drop due to the failure of “Judgment of
piping length”.
• Check operation must be performed for each refrigerant piping system.
Checking is impossible if plural systems are being done at once.
• The individual problems of indoor units can not be checked.
About these problems check by test run after the check operation is
completed. (See chapter 13)
• The check operation cannot be performed in recovery or other service modes.
11-2-1 Procedure of Adding Refrigerant charging
1. Make sure the following works are complete in accordance with the
2.
3.
installation manual.
„ Piping work
„ Wiring work
„ Air tight test
„ Vacuum drying
„ Installation work for BS, indoor unit
Calculate the “additional charging amount” using “How to calculate the
additional refrigerant to be charged” in “6-5 Example of connection”.
Open the valve B (See the figure 29. The valve A,C and the liquid
pipe, suction gas pipe, HP/LP gas pipe, equalizer pipe shutoff valves
must be left closed), and charge the refrigerant of the “additional
charging amount” from the liquid side shutout valve service port.
(Refer to figure 29)
1. Measuring device
2. R410A tank (with siphon)
3. Charge hose
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Refrigerant charge port
HP/LP gas pipe shutoff valve
Suction gas shutoff valve
Liquid pipe shutoff valve
Valve A
Valve B
Valve C
Outside unit
To BS, indoor unit
Field pipings
Refrigerant flow
Shutoff valve
Service port
5.
B and go to step 6.
If the “additional charging amount” was not charged fully, close the
valve B and go to step 5.
Perform the refrigerant charging following [Automatic refrigerant
charging operation procedure] as shown below. And charge the
remaining refrigerant of the “additional charging amount”.
NOTE
• For performing the automatic refrigerant charging operation, the push
button on the PC-bord (A1) of outside unit are used. (See figure 28.)
And the refrigerant are charged from the refrigerant charge port via
the valve A. (See figure 30.) For operating the push button and opening or closeing the valves, follow the procedure.
• During Automatic refrigerant charging operation, the system will
select charging mode (cooling mode or heating mode) by the temperature condition as follows.
Outdoor temp. : 32˚F DB ~ 109˚F DB
Indoor temp. : 50˚F DB ~ 90˚F DB
Less than above range
Cooling mode
Heating mode
When charging in cooling mode, the system will stop operation when
the required amount of refrigerant is charged.
During charging in heating mode, a person must manually close
valve A and stop operation.
Beforehand, check the remaining refrigerant that is needed to
charge based on the “additional charging amount” in step 2 and the
charged amount in step 3.
• The refrigerant will be charged about 66 lb in one hour at outdoor
temp. 86°F DB (about 26 lb at outdoor temp. 32°F DB).
• During Automatic refrigerant charging operation, you can stop the
operation forcedly by pushing MODE button (BS1).
(Refer to figure 30)
1. Measuring device
2. R410A tank (with siphon)
3. Charge hose
4. Refrigerant charge port
5. HP/LP gas pipe shutoff valve
6. Suction pipe shutoff valve
7. Liquid pipe shutoff valve
8. Valve A
9. Valve B
10. Valve C
11. Outside unit
12. To BS, indoor unit
13. Field pipings
14. Refrigerant flow when charging
15. Shutoff valve
16. Service port
[Automatic refirgerant charging operation procedure]
NOTE
• The marks of LED mean as follows.
h : OFF i : ON j : Blinking
∗ : OFF, ON or Brinking
(1) Open the liquid pipe, suction gas pipe and HP/LP gas pipe shutoff
valves. (The valve A~C must be closed. See figure 30.)
(2) • Close the EL. COMPO. BOX (1) lid and all front panel except on the
EL. COMPO. BOX (1) side. (*1) And turn the power to the outdoor
unit and all connected BS, indoor units. (*2)
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• After H2P stop blinking (about 12 minutes after turning on the
power), check H2P is OFF.
If H2P is ON, check the malfunction code in the remote controller of
indoor unit and correct the malfunction in accordance with [Remote
controller display malfunction code] in chapter 11-2-2.
(3) Check the LED. And push the MODE button (BS1) once if the LED
displays is not as below.
H1P H2P H3P H4P H5P H6P H7P
h
h i h
h
h h
(4) Push the TEST button (BS4) once. (The LED displays will change as
below.)
H1P H2P H3P H4P H5P H6P H7P
i i i i i i i
(5) Hold the TEST button (BS4) down for 5 seconds or more.
(The LED displays will change as below and fan of outside unit will
start rotation.)
H1P H2P H3P H4P H5P H6P H7P
h j h
h
h
∗
∗
(6) When the compressor start working and the LED displays change
any state in below (*3), go to “In case of cooling mode” or “In case of
heating mode” in accordance with the LED displays.
H1P H2P H3P H4P H5P H6P H7P
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j
j
h
i
h
i
j
j
h
h
i
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Go to “In case of
cooling mode”
Go to “In case of
heating mode”
In case of cooling mode
(7) Push the TEST button (BS4) once within 5 minutes after procedure
(5) (*4) and close the all front panels (*5).
After that, open the valve A immediately (See figure 30) (*6) and
watch the remote controller display of indoor unit.
(8) If the remote controller display shows “PE” code (*7), ready to close
the valve A.
And go to procedure (9).
If the remote controller display shows other code, close the valve A
immediately and refer to [Remote controller cooling mode malfunction code]
Beware the fan running when open the front panel.
The fan may continue rotation after the system stop the operation.
• To energize the crankcase heater, make sure to turn on for
6 hours before starting operation.
(*3) It takes about 2~10 minutes for getting stability of refrigerant state.
If the additional refrigerant is little and operation is started before
getting stability, the system can not judge the charging amount precisely and it cause over charge.
(*4) If the TEST button (BS4) is not pushed within 5 minutes, “P2” code
will displayed in the remote controller. In this case, refer [Remote
controller cooling (or heating) mode malfunction code].
(*5) If the front panel is opened during the operation, the system cannot
operate properly.
(*6) If you leave the system without connecting the refrigerant tank or
opening the valve A for 30 minutes or more, the system stop operation and “P2” code are displayed in remote controller.
In this case, refer [Remote controller cooling (or heating) mode malfunction code].
(*7) Depending on the situation of operation such as the charging
amount is little, the “PE” code may not be displayed and the “P9”
code may be displayed.
(*8) Always close the valve A and take the tank off.
The refrigerant charge port of this unit have electric expansion valve
and the valve are closed when charging is finished. However, the
valve will opened when ather operation (Check operation, nomal
operation, etc.). If you leave the tank connected, the refrigerant will
charged and it cause over charge.
[Remote controller cooling mode malfunction code]
Code
PE
PA
PH
P8
P2
(9) When the compressor stop working (the fan may continue rotation.),
close the valve A immediately (*8).
And check the LED displays are as below and the remote controller
display shows “P9” code.
H1P H2P H3P H4P H5P H6P H7P
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After checking, push the MODE button (BS1) once and the charging
is complete.
In case of heating mode
(7) Push the TEST button (BS4) once within 5 minutes after procedure
(5) (*4) and close the all front panels.
After that, open the valve A immediately (See figure 30) (*6) and
check the charged amount by meauring device.
During operation, if the remote controller display shows “P2” or “P8”
code, close the valve A immediately and refer to [Remote controller
heating mode malfunction code].
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P9
[Remote controller heating mode malfunction code]
Code
P8
Beware the fan running when open the front panel.
The fan may continue rotation after the system stop the operation.
(8) When the required amount of refrigerant is charged, close the valve
A (See figure 30) (*8) and push the RETURN button (BS3) once. And
then go to procedure (9).
(9) Push the MODE button (BS1) once, and the charging is complete.
The work contents
Charging is almost finished. Ready to close the valve A.
The refrigerant tank is empty. Close the valve A and replace
empty tank to the new tank. After changing the tank, open the
valve A again.
Beware the fan running. The outside unit does not stop
operation.
Close the valve A immediately, and restart the operation from
procedure (3).
Operation is interrupted. Close the
valve A immedeately and check the
below items.
• Check if HP/LP gas pipe, suction
gas pipe or liquid pipe shutoff
valve is opened.
• Check the refrigerant tank is con- After correcting the
nected and the valve A was opend. abnormality, restart
• Check if the air inlet and outlet of the operation from
the indoor unit are not closed by procedure (3).
an obstruction.
Operation is stoped abnormally. Close
the valve A immediately. Confirm the malfunction code and correct the abnormality
following the [Remote controller displays
malfunction code] in chapter 11-2-2.
Charging is finished. Close the valve A and take the refrigerant tank off.
P2
The work contents
Close the valve A immediately and push the TEST button (BS4)
once. And restart from procedure (7) of “In case of heating mode”.
Operation is interrupted. Close the valve A immedeately and
check the below items.
• Check if HP/LP gas pipe, suction gas pipe or liquid pipe
shutoff valve is opened.
• Check the refrigerant tank is connected and the valve A
was opend.
• Check if the air inlet and outlet of the indoor unit are not
closed by an obstruction.
Notes (*1)~(*9)
(*1) Lead the refrigerant charge hose etc from the pipe intake.
All front panels must be closed at the procedure (7).
(*2) • If you perform the refrigerant charging operation within the refrigerant system that have the power off unit, the operation cannot finish properly.
Check the number of outside and indoor units that is powered.
For checking, see [How to check how many units are connected]
in chapter 11-1.
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6. After completing the additional refrigerant charging, record the charging
amount on the accessory “REQUEST FOR THE INDICATON” label
(Installation records) and adhere it to the back side of the front panel.
11-2-2 Procedure of check operation
• Check operation perform the following work. Do the check operation
following below.
Otherwise, malfunction code “U3” will be displayed in the remote
controller and nomal operation can not be carried out.
„ Check of shutoff valve opening
„ Check of miswiring
„ Judgment of piping length
„ Check of refrigerant overcharge
NOTE
[Check Operation Procedure]
(1) Close the EL. COMPO. BOX lid and all front panels except as the
side of the EL. COMPO. BOX and turn on the power to the outside
unit and all connected BS, indoor units. (Be sure to turn the power on
at least 6 hours before operation in order to have power running to
the crank case heater.)
(2) Make the onsite settings as needed using the push button (BS1BS5) on the outside unit PC-board (A1P) with the power on. (See
“12 Onsite Settings”)
(3) Perform the check operation following the Check Operation Method
of the [Service Precautions] label (lower) on the EL. COMPO. BOX
lid. (See figure 31) The system operation for about 40~60 minutes
and automatically stops the check operation.
If the malfunction code is not displayed in the remote controller after
the system stop, check operation is completed. Normal operation will
be possible after 5 minutes. If the malfunction code is displayed in the
remote controller, correct the malfunction following [Remote controller displays malfunction code] and perform the check operation again.
(Refer to figure 31)
1. EL. COMPO.BOX (1) lid
2. EL. COMPO.BOX (2) lid
3. [Service Precaution] label (upper)
4. [Service Precaution] label (lower)
NOTE
For interrupting the check operation, push RETURN button (BS3).
[Remote controller displays malfunction code]
E3
F6
UF
Refrigerant overcharge.
E4
F3
Insufficient refrigerant.
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NOTE
If any malfunction codes other than the above are displayed, check the
service manual for how to respond.
12. ONSITE SETTINGS
NOTE
• Check operation can not carried out at outdoor temp. less than 23°F.
Perform the check operation at day or time that outdoor temp. is 23°F
or more.
MalfuncInstallation error
tion code
E3, E4
The shutoff valve of the outside
F3, F6
unit is left closed.
UF
The phases of the power to
U1
the outside unit is reversed.
U1
No power is supplied to an
U4
outside, BS or indoor unit
LC
(including phase interruption).
There is conflict on the connection of transmission wirUF
ing in the system.
U7, U4
UF, UH
Field wiring is connected to "TO
MULTI UNIT (Q1,Q2)" terminal
Remove the line from the “TO MULTI UNIT
on the outside unit PC-board
(Q1, Q2)” terminal.
(A1P) when the system is one
outdoor system.
Remedial action
Open the shutoff valve.
Exchange two of the three phases (L1,
L2, L3) to make a proper connection.
Make sure the power source wire is
properly connected to the outside, BS or
indoor unit and revise if necessary.
Check if the refrigerant piping line and
the transmission wiring are consistent
with each other.
Recalculate the additional amount refrigerant from the piping length and correct
the refrigerant charge level by recovering
any excessive refrigerant with a refrigerant recovery machine.
• Check if the additional refrigerant
charge has been finished correctly.
• Recalculate the additional amount
refrigerant from the piping length and
add the adequate amount.
In the case of a multi system, all onsite settings should be made on the
master unit. Settings made on sub units are invalid.
The outside unit to which the indoor unit transmission wire are connected is the master unit, and all other units are sub units.
Use the push button switches (BS1 through BS5) on the outside unit
PC-board (A1P) to make the necessary onsite settings.
See the “Service Precautions” label (upper) on the EL. CONPO. BOX lid
for details on the positions and operating method of the push button
switches and on the onsite setting.
Make sure to record the setting on the accessory “REQUEST FOR THE
INDICATION” label.
WARNING
Electric Shock Warning
Use an insulated rod to operate the push buttons via the inspection door
of EL. COMPO. BOX lid.
There is a risk of electric shock if you touch any live parts, since this
operation must be performed with the power on.
13. TEST RUN
13-1 Before test run
• Make sure the following works are completed in accordance with the
installation manual.
„ Piping work
„ Wiring work
„ Air tight test
„ Vacuum drying
„ Additional refrigerant charge
„ Check operation
• Check that all work for the BS, indoor unit are finished and there are
no danger to operate.
13-2 Test Run
After all works are completed, operate the unit normally and check the
following.
(1) Make sure the indoor and outside units are operating normally.
(2) Operate each indoor unit one by one and make sure the corresponding outside unit is also operating.
(3) Check to see if cold (or hot) air is coming out from the indoor unit.
(4) Push the fan direction and strength buttons on the remote controller
to see if they operate properly.
NOTE
• Heating is not possible if the outdoor temperature is 75°F or higher.
Refer to the Operation manual.
• If a knocking sound can be heard in the liquid compression of the compressor, stop the unit immediately and then energize the crank case
heater for a sufficient length of time before restarting the operation.
• Once stopping, the compressor will not restart in about 5 minutes
even if the On/Off button of the remote controller is pushed.
• When the system operation is stopped by the remote controller, the outside units may continue operating for further 5 minutes at maximum.
• The outside unit fan may rotate at low speeds if the Night-time low
noise setting or the External low noise level setting is made, but this
is not a malfunction.
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• If the check operation was not performed at first istallation, the malfunction code “U3” will be displayed in the remote controller. Perform the
check operation following “11-2-2 Procedure of Check Operation.
13-3 Checks After Test Run
Perform the following checks after the test run is complete.
• Record the contents of field setting.
→ Record them on the accessory “REQUEST FOR THE INDICATION” label.
And attach the label on the back side of the front panel.
• Record the installation date.
→ Record the installation date on the accessory “REQUEST FOR
THE INDICATION” label in accordance with the IEC60335-2-40.
And attach the label on the back side of the front panel.
NOTE
After the test run, when handing the unit over to the customer, make
sure the EL.COMPO.BOX lid, the inspection door, and the unit casing
are all attached.
Procedure for checking maximum concentration
Check the maximum concentration level in accordance with steps 1 to 4
below and take whatever action is necessary to comply.
1. Calculate the amount of refrigerant (lb) charged to each system separately.
amount of refrigerant in a single unit
system (amount of
refrigerant with
which the system
is charged before
leaving the factory)
+
additional charging
amount (amount of
refrigerant added
locally in accordance
with the length or
diameter of the refrigerant piping)
=
total amount
of refrigerant
(lb) in the
system
NOTE
• Where a single refrigerant facility is divided into 2 entirely independent refrigerant systems then use the amount of refrigerant with
which each separate system is charged.
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2. Calculate the smallest room volume (ft )
Incase like the following, calculate the volume of (A), (B) as a single
room or as the smallest room.
A.Where there are no smaller room divisions
14. CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS
(Points to note in connection with refrigerant leaks)
Introduction
The installer and system specialist shall secure safety against
leakage according to local regulations or standards. The following
standards may be applicable if local regulations are not available.
The VRV System, like other air conditioning systems, uses R410A as
refrigerant. R410A itself is an entirely safe non-toxic, non-combustible
refrigerant. Nevertheless care must be taken to ensure that air conditioning facilities are installed in a room which is sufficiently large. This
assures that the maximum concentration level of refrigerant gas is not
exceeded, in the unlikely event of major leak in the system and this in
accordance to the local applicable regulations and standards.
Maximum concentration level
The maximum charge of refrigerant and the calculation of the maximum
concentration of refrigerant is directly related to the humanly occupied
space in to which it could leak.
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The unit of measurement of the concentration is lb/ft ( the weight in lb
3
of the refrigerant gas in 1 ft volume of the occupied space).
Compliance to the local applicable regulations and standards for the
maximum allowable concentration level is required.
1
B.Where there is a room division but there is an opening
between the rooms sufficiently large to permit a free flow of air
back and forth.
1
2
1. opening between rooms
2. partition
(Where there is an opening without a door or where there are openings
above and below the door which are each equivalent in size to 0.15% or
more of the floor area.)
3. Calculating the refrigerant density using the results of the calculations in steps 1 and 2 above.
total volume of refrigerant in the
refrigerant system
2
3
size (ft ) of smallest room in which
there is an indoor unit installed
1. direction of the refrigerant flow
2. room where refrigerant leak has occurred (outflow of all the
refrigerant from the system)
Pay a special attention to the place, such as a basement, etc.
where refrigerant can stay, since refrigerant is heavier than air.
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4.
≤
maximum concen3
tration level (lb/ft )
If the result of the above calculation exceeds the maximum concentration level then make similar calculations for the second then third
smallest room and so until the result falls short of the maximum concentration.
Dealing with the situations where the result exceeds the maximum
concentration level.
Where the installation of a facility results in a concentration in excess
of the maximum concentration level then it will be necessary to
revise the system. Please consult your Daikin supplier.
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