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ENGLISH
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
Air to Water Heat pump
PORTUGUÊS
ITALIANO
RD060PHXEA
RD070PHXEA
RD080PHXEA
RD110PHXEA
RD140PHXEA
RD160PHXEA
ESPAÑOL
Outdoor Unit
E S F I P D DB98-00000A(1)
Contents
 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
 PRODUCT SPECIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
 LOCATING THE UNITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
 INSTALLING THE REFRIGERANT PIPE WORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
 SETTING THE OPTION SWITCH AND FUNCTION OF THE KEYS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
 PUMP DOWN PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
 COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
 FINAL CHECKS AND TRIAL OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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Safety Precautions
 You must install the product by qualified installer. If you install the product on your own or by unqualified
person, Samsung is not responsible for any damages which may occur due to incorrect installation.
 Make sure to read the following safety precautions carefully before installation.
 Make sure to observe the cautions specified in this manual.
 Conduct a test run of the unit after installation and then explain all system functions to the owner.
 Follow IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) standards for the power input and
ISO (International Standards Organization) standards for input current.
 R410A refrigerant is used for Air to Water Heat pump.
- When using R410A, moisture or foreign substances may affect to the capacity and reliability of the
product. Safety precautions must be taken when installing the refrigerant pipe.
- The design pressure of the unit is 4.1MPa (41.8 kgf/cm²).
Select appropriate material and thickness according to the regulations.
- R410A is a quasi-azeotrope of two refrigerants.
Make sure to charge liquid one when adding refrigerant.
If you charge gaseous refrigerant, it may affect the capacity and reliability of the
product as a result of change formation of the refrigerant.
 Connect only the indoor units fit on R410A refrigerant. Check whether the indoor units
can be connected with the product’s catalogue.
(When incorrect indoor units are connected, they cannot operate normally.)
 When installing, use tools and materials for R410A only. If you use tools and materials for R22,
there is potential risk of bursting, injury, electric shock and fire because the pressure
of R410A is higher than the pressure of R22(conventional).
WARNING  Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION  Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or property damage.
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal
injury or death.
 Installation must be carried out by a qualified installer. Do not attempt to repair, move, modify or
reinstall the unit on your own since such act may cause fire, electric shock or water leakage.
 Install the unit in a place where it is strong enough to hold the product weight. When installed in place
where it is not strong enough to withhold the product weight, the unit could fall and cause injury.
 T he unit should be installed in accordance with the National Electrical regulations. Check if the
voltage and the frequency of the main power supply are those required for the unit to be installed
and check the connection. Do not share the power outlet with other appliances. Incomplete
connection, defective insulation or exceeding the permissible current may cause electric shock or fire.
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 se the specified wires to connect the indoor and outdoor units securely and attach the wires
firmly to the terminal block connecting sections so that the pressure is not applied to the sections.
Inappropriate connection and fixing could cause fire.
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Safety Precautions (Continued)
 A
 ttach the electrical cover to the indoor and outdoor unit securely without any gaps. If there are
any gaps, there is potential risk of fire or electric shock due to dust or water.
 M
 ake sure to use the part provided or specified parts for the installation work. The use of defective
parts could cause an injury or leakage of water due to a fire, an electric shock, the unit falling, etc.
 M
 ake sure that the refrigerant gas does not leak after completing the installation. If the refrigerant
gas of the indoor unit leaks and comes into contact with the fan heater, space heater or stove,
harmful gas will be generated.
 E nsure that the national safety code requirements have been followed for the main supply circuit.
Ensure that a proper ground wire is in place. Do not connect the ground to a gas pipe, water pipe,
lightning rod or telephone grounding. Defective grounding could cause electric shock.
 D
 o not install the unit in a place with direct sunlight, dangerous substances or where it is exposed
to inflammable gas leakage to prevent explosion, fire or personal injury.
 P
 erform the installation securely referring to the installation manual. Incomplete installation could
cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock and water leakage or from the unit falling.
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 heck first the following situations before starting the operation during the installation.
- The pipe must be properly connected and make sure there is no leakage.
- Service valves must be open. If compressor is operated with the service valve closed, excessive
pressure may damage parts of the compressor.
If leakage occurs on any of the connection, air inflow may also cause excessive pressure that could
lead to explosion.
 S top the compressor before disconnecting the refrigerant pipe for pump-down operation. If you
disconnect the refrigerant pipe while compressor is operating with service valve open, air inflow will
cause excessive pressure in the refrigerant cycle that could lead to explosion and personal injury.
 D
 o not assemble the power cord on your own, use two cables together to extend the cable length
or tangle the cable. Bad connection, isolation and over voltage may cause fire or electric shock.
 M
 ake sure to turn off the main power when setting up the indoor unit electrical circuit or power
cords. There is a risk of electric shock.
 M
 ake sure that proper circuit breaker and safety switches are installed. Install a ground leakage
breaker depending on the installation place (where it is humid). If not, it may cause electric shock.
 D
 o not install the unit by yourself (owners). Incorrect installation of the unit could cause injury due to
fire, electric shock and water leakage or from the unit falling. Consult a dealer or a qualified installer.
 U
 se the unit on a single outlet circuit. Do not share the power outlet with other appliances. Obtain
the consent by a qualified installer before connecting the unit to the power supply system. An all
pole disconnection from the power supply must be incorporated in the fixed wiring with a contact
opening of >3mm.
 M
 anufacturer is not responsible for accidents due to incorrect installation.
 W
 hen you install the Air to water heat pump in a small room, you consider a proper ventilation to
prevent a leakage level within the maximum permissible limit.
- In that case, you may die from suffocation by some possibility.
 Fix the outdoor unit securely to prepare against strong wind or earthquake.
- If the outdoor unit is not properly fixed, it turns over and accidents may occur.
 If any gas or impurities except R410A refrigerant come into the refrigerant pipe, serious problem
may occur and it may cause injury.
 Install the cables with supplied cables firmly. Fix them securely so that external force is not exerted
to the terminal board.
- If the connection or fixing is incomplete, it can cause trouble with a heat generation, electric
shock or fire and so on.
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CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or
property damage.
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 erform the drainage/piping work securely according to the installation manual. If not, water could
drop from the unit and household goods could get wet and damaged.
 Fasten a flare nut with a torque wrench as specified in this installation manual. When fastened too
tight, a flare nut may break after a long period of time and cause refrigerant leakage.
 Wear thick gloves during the installation process. If not, personal injury may occur due to the
Air to water heat pump parts.
 Be careful not to touch the outdoor unit inlet or aluminum pins. You may get personal injury.
 Do not install the outdoor unit in a place where animals could live. If an animal get contact with
the electric parts, damage or fire may occur. In addition ask the customer to maintain a clean
installation place around it.
 After completing the installation run the trial operation. If no error occurs, explain to the customer
how to use and clean the Air to water heat pump according to the user’s manual. In addition give
the installation manual and the user’s manual to the customer.
 Check the unit for damage that may have taken place during transportation and do not install or
use damaged equipment.
 All of the manufacturing and packaging material used for your new appliance are compatible with
the environment and can be recycled.
 Dispose of the packaging material in accordance with the local requirements.
 This product is an air conditioning system and contains a coolant that must be recovered and
disposed of in an appropriate way by qualified personnel. At the end of the life cycle, take it to a
proper recycling or disposal center or return it to the dealer so that it can be disposed correctly.
 Do not connect the heater to the outdoor unit and do not install remodeled duct as you please.
- The capacity of the Air to water heat pump may reduce, electric shock or fire may occur and it
has a chance of occurrence of and accident like electric shock or fire.
 Make sure that the condensed water dripping from the drain hose runs out properly and insulate
the drain pipe so that frost does not generate.
- Household goods may get wet if the drain pipe is not properly installed.
 Install the power cable and communication cable of the indoor and outdoor unit at least 1.5m
away from electric appliances.
- Noise may hear depending on the electric wave though the cables are installed away from
electric appliances.
 Install the indoor unit away from lighting apparatus using the ballast.
- If you use the wireless Remote controller, it may not operate normally.
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Product Specification
Shape of the outdoor unit
Shape
RD110PHXEA
RD140PHXEA
RD160PHXEA
RD060PHXEA
RD070PHXEA
RD080PHXEA
Model Name
Accessories
 Keep supplied accessories until the installation is finished.
 Hand the installation manual over to the customer after finishing installation.
 The quantities are indicated in parentheses.
Installation
manual (1)
Drain plug (2)
Fastener-nut(1)
Rubber-cover
wire(2)
Drain cap (1)
Product compatibility
Indoor unit
RAC Line
A2W Line
Slim Duct
Vivace
Neo-Forte
2.2~5.6kW
2.2~7.1kW
2.2~7.1kW
8/16kW
Features
Slim Duct
Premium RAC
RAC
Hydro Unit
- Heat pump for
heating and hot water
system [ Eco Heating
Full System]
- Outdoor unit :
6/7/8/11/14/16 kW
- Long pipe reliability : 75m
- Eurovent LCP, NF
PAC registration
NH022LHXEA
NH028LHXEA
NH036LHXEA
NH045LHXEA
NH056LHXEA
NH022VHXEA
NH028VHXEA
NH036VHXEA
NH056VHXEA
NH071VHXEA
NH022NHXEA
NH028NHXEA
NH036NHXEA
NH056NHXEA
NH071NHXEA
NH080PHXEA
NH160PHXEA
Outdoor unit
Classification
Duct Line
Hydro Unit
 RDPHXEA and NHHXEA products are applicable for EHS_GEN2 products only.
They are not compatible with CAC, DVM and FJM products.
 A2W:Air to Water
A2A:Air to Air
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Indoor unit
Subsidiary materials
Capacity
EEV Kit
Duct
Wall mounted
Air to Water unit
Slim Duct
Vivace
Neo-Forte
Hydro Unit
2.2~5.6kW
2.2~7.1kW
2.2~7.1kW
8/16kW
-
MXD-A13K116B
MXD-A13K200B
MXD-A16K200B
MXD-A13K216B
MXD-A13K300B
MXD-A16K231B
MXD-A16K300B
≤3.6kW 1room + ≥5.6kW 1room
≤3.6kW x 2room
≥5.6kW x 2room
≤3.6kW 2room + ≥5.6kW 1room
≤3.6kW x 3room
≤3.6kW 1room + ≥5.6kW 2room
≥5.6kW 3room
-
EEV kit for 2/3 room
Remark
Requisite
Y-joint
MXJ-YA1509K
(≤15.0kW and below)
Requisite
Headerjoint
MXJ-HA2512K
(Below 46.4 kW)
Option
Drain Pump
MDP-E075SEE
-
-
-
Option
Wireless
remote
controller
MR-BH01
Included
Included
-
Option
Remote
controller
receive kit
MRK-A00
-
-
-
Option
Wired
remote
controller
MWR-TH01
-
-
Included
Option
Domestic
Hot
Water tank
-
-
-
NH300WHXES
NH300WHXEA
NH200WHXES
NH200WHXEA
Option
DHW tank
(200/300L,
200/300S)
 Subsidiary materials are compatible with CAC, DVM and FJM products.
 Install distribution kit for 1, 2 or 3 rooms on the ceiling or outdoor area.
 A2W:Air to Water
A2A:Air to Air
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Subsidiary materials compatibility
Locating the Units
Deciding on Where to Install the Outdoor Unit
Decide the installation location regarding the following condition and obtain the user’s approval.
 The outdoor unit must not be placed on its side or upside down, as the compressor lubrication oil
will run into the cooling circuit and seriously damage the unit.
 Choose a location that is dry and sunny, but not exposed to direct sunlight or strong winds.
 Do not block any passageways or thoroughfares.
 Choose a location where the noise of the Air to water heat pump when running and the
discharged air do not disturb any neighbours.
 Choose a position that enables the pipes and cables to be easily connected to the indoor unit.
 Install the outdoor unit on a flat, stable surface that can support its weight and does not generate
any unnecessary noise and vibration.
 Position the outdoor unit so that the air flow is directed towards the open area.
 Place the outdoor unit where there are no plants and animals because they may cause
malfunction of outdoor unit.
 Maintain sufficient clearance around the outdoor unit, especially from a radio, computer, stereo
system, etc.
 When installing the outdoor unit near seashore, make sure it is not directly exposed to sea breeze.
If you can not find a adequate place without direct see breeze, make sure to apply anti-corrosion
coating on the heat exchanger.
- Install the outdoor unit in a place (such as near buildings etc.) where it can be prevented
from sea breeze which can damage the outdoor unit.
Sea
breeze
Outdoor
unit
Sea
breeze
Sea
Outdoor
unit
Sea
- If you cannot avoid installing the outdoor unit by the seashore, construct a protection wall
around to block the sea breeze.
Protection wall
Sea
breeze
Sea
Outdoor
unit
 Protection wall should be constructed with a solid
material such as concrete to block the sea breeze
and the height and the width of the wall should be
1.5 times larger than the size of the outdoor unit.
Also, secure over 700mm between the protection
wall and the outdoor unit for exhausted air to
ventilate.
- Install the outdoor unit in a place where water can drain smoothly.
If you cannot find a place satisfying above conditions, please contact manufacturer. Make sure to
clean the sea water and the dust on the outdoor unit heat exchanger.
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 Do not install the Air to Water Heat pump in following places.
- The place where there is mineral oil or arsenic acid.
There is a chance that parts may get damaged due to burned resin.
The capacity of the heat exchanger may reduce or the Air to Water Heat pump may be out of order.
- The place where corrosive gas such as sulfurous acid gas generates from the vent pipe or air outlet
The copper pipe or connection pipe may corrode and refrigerant may leak.
- The place where there is a danger of existing combustible gas, carbon fiber or flammable dust.
The place where thinner or gasoline is handled.
Do not install the outdoor unit in a snowy and cold area (low temperature and high humidity
area - where the temperature is below -7°C and humidity is higher than 85%) because
according to operation condition (defrost, etc.), ice may be formed in the drain route.
If the ice is accumulated, it may cause critical damage to the product.
ex) lakeside of cold area in winter time, seashore, alpine region and etc.
You have just purchased Air to Water Heat pump and it has been installed by your
installation specialist.
This device must be installed according to the national electrical rules.
With an outdoor unit having net weight upper than 60kg, we suggest do not install it
suspended on wall, but considering floor standing one.
 Avoid a place that may disturb your neighbor. Noise may occur from the outdoor unit and the
discharged air may run into the neighborhood.
(Be careful of the operation time in a residential area.)
 Install the outdoor unit on a hard and even area that can support its weight.
 Choose a flat place that rainwater does not settle or leak.
 Choose a place avoiding strong winds.
 Maintain sufficient space for repairs and service.
 Choose a place where you can easily connect the pipes and cables to the indoor unit.
 Make sure that the condensed water dripping from the drain hose runs out properly and safely.
 If you install the outdoor unit by the sea or a spa, concern about corrosion.
 Build a support where may have a heavy snow so that the air intake is not blocked by snow.
 Install a protective safety fence to eliminate the possibility of falling.
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Locating the Units (Continued)
Space Requirements for Outdoor Unit
 Observe the clearances and dimensions as seen below when installing the outdoor unit.
 If you install several outdoor units simultaneously, observe the space for ventilation and
free airflow.
If the space for ventilation is insufficient, the Air to water heat pump may be inefficient.
 SAMSUNG logo is attached on the front side of the outdoor unit.
 Figure Description
Top view
Side view
Back side: Air intake
Front side:
Air outlet
Front side: Air outlet

,
Back side:
Air intake
Air flow direction.
When installing 1 outdoor unit
(Unit : mm)
 When the air outlet is toward the wall
2000 or more
600 or more
500 or more
the air outlet is opposite the wall
300 or more
 When the walls are blocking front and
the rear side of the outdoor unit
300 or more
 The upper part of the outdoor unit and
1500 or more
150 or more
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 The upper part of the outdoor unit
and the air outlet is toward the wall
1500 or more
300 or more
 When 3 sides of the outdoor unit
are blocked by the wall
1500 or more
300 or more
 When the air outlet is opposite the wall
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When installing more than 1 outdoor unit
 When the air outlet is toward the wall
600 or more
1500 or more
(Unit : mm)
600 or more
300 or more
 When 3 sides of the outdoor unit are blocked by the wall
300 or more
600 or more
600 or more
600 or more
600 or more
600 or more
1500 or more
300 or more
 When the walls are blocking front and the rear side of the outdoor units
 When front and rear side of the outdoor unit is toward the wall
1500 or more
600 or more
3000 or more
3000 or more
300 or more
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Locating the Units (Continued)
Selecting Outdoor Unit Combination
 Install the Hydro unit only for R410A.
Outdoor unit
Heating capacity (kW)
Maximum of connected
indoor units
Total capacity of connected
indoor units (kW)
RD060PHXEA
RD070PHXEA
RD080PHXEA
RD110PHXEA
RD140PHXEA
RD0160PHXEA
6.0
7.0
8.0
11.0
14.0
16.0
3
4
5
5
5
5
3.0~6.0
3.5~7.0
4.0~8.0
6.0~11.0
6.4~14.0
7.2~16.0
 You may connect indoor units within 100% of the outdoor unit capacity.
Smallest indoor unit(2.2kW) was used to calculate ‘Maximum of connected indoor units’.
 Connect maximum 5 indoor units to the selected outdoor unit.
 Total capacity of connected indoor units must be within 130% of the outdoor unit capacity.
 If all indoor units operate simultaneously when total capacity of indoor units exceeds 100% of the
outdoor unit, actual capacity of each indoor unit may be reduced a little as compared with its rated
capacity.
Tools Required for Installation
General Tools
 Vacuum Pump(Backward flowing prevention)
 Stud Finder
 Torque Wrench
 Reamer
 Pipe Bender
 Screw Driver
 Spanner
 L Wrench
 Measuring Tape
 Manifold Gauge
 Pipe Cutter
 Spirit Level
 Drill
Tools for test operations
 Thermometer
 Resistance Meter
 Electroscope
Moving the Outdoor Unit




Select the moving route.
Secure the strength of the carrying path to resist against the weight of the outdoor unit.
Do not slant the product more than 30˚ when carrying it. (Do not lay the product down sideways.)
The surface of the heat exchanger is sharp. Be careful not to be get injury while moving.
When moving with a crane or straps
 In case of placing the outdoor unit on a high ground
such as rooftop
- Fasten the wire rope as seen in the picture.
- Move the product with its package on, to prevent any
damages caused by the rope.
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Wire rope/straps
Wood palette
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When moving by installation personnel
 When the moving distance of the product is close enough for
installation personnel to carry.
- 2 people should move the product using the carry handle as
shown in the picture.
- Be careful not to damage the heat exchanger.
- Be careful not to get injured by the sharp edge of the
heat exchanger.
Disassembling the Leg Base and Wood Palette /
Fastening the Anchor Bolt
1
Disassemble the three screws (with an electric driver) which
fixes wood palette.
2
Disassemble the bottom-left screw with monkey spanner.
 Do not remove guard fan.
3
After removing the wood palette, move the outdoor unit to
the installation place.
4
Fasten the bottom-left screw with monkey spanner first, and
then fasten the other three anchor bolts.
Wood palette
Monkey spanner
Screw
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Locating the Units (Continued)
Installing the Outdoor Unit
 Do not install the outdoor unit on a wood palette.
 Fix the outdoor unit completely to the base surface with anchor bolts.
 The manufacturer is not responsible for the damage occurred by not
keeping standard of the installation.
 Install the outdoor unit higher than 150mm from the base
(Unit : mm)
Drain hole
150 or more
surface and install the drain hole to connect the pipe to the
drainage.
 If forward fan outdoor unit is installed where has average
fallen snow 150mm over, outward duct should be attached
< When installing on the ground >
to the outdoor unit.
Install the outdoor unit
 The concrete foundation should be 1.5 times larger than
horizontally on
bottom of the outdoor unit.
the ground
150 or more
 When heating, condensed water may be generated.
Pay attention to waterproof and drainage of the
concrete foundation where the outdoor unit is installed.
(An ice road may form on the base surface in winter.)
< When installing on the roof >
 Make up for wire mash or steel bar so that the
 Base mount construction
outdoor unit is not damaged or broken when installing
concrete foundation.
 When installing the outdoor units in same place simultaneously, install the H beam inside
concrete foundation. (When installing a number of outdoor unit, you can install it on the
concrete foundation.)
 Install the H beam(150mm x 150mm x t10 : basic specification) to jut out from the concrete foundation.
 After installing the H beam, apply corrosion protection.
 Install a square pad(t=20mm or more) to prevent vibration of the outdoor unit delivering to the base
surface when installing the concrete for the outdoor unit.
 Place the outdoor unit on the H beam and fix it with the bolt, nut and washer.
Outdoor unit
Anchor bolt
Nut, Spring
washer
20mm
A
Square pad
H beam
75mm
A+10~20mm or more
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Outdoor unit base mount and anchor bolt position
(Unit : mm)
Anchor bolt position
(ø7, 4 holes )
When tightening the anchor bolt
Tighten the rubber washer to prevent the
outdoor unit bolt connection part from
corroding.
Rubber washer
Installing the drain pipe
 When installing 1 outdoor unit
Outdoor unit
(Rear side)
Drain
More than
plug
1/50 slope
Open to air
 When installing more than 1 outdoor unit
Outdoor unit
(Rear side)
Outdoor unit
(Rear side)
Drain
plug
More than 1/50 slope
Outdoor unit
(Rear side)
Open to air
Insulation
Drain pipe covered with
insulation
Drain pipe
 Open the upside of connected parts of outdoor units to prevent inner pressure.
 Do not place a trap on the concentrated pipe. And install the drain pipe horizontally with a slope
of 1/50 or more.
 Insulate the drain pipe and drain plug by using the insulation over 10mm.
 Install a self-regulation heat cable to prevent the drain pipe from freezing.
Caution When Installing Cover for Heating Air Direction Change
 Parts shown in the picture is where the copper pipe may be passing by or the external plate
may be near the copper pipe. When using screw for installing the air direction changing device
such as heating air cover, check and make sure that it does not damage the copper pipe.
< Internal view from bottom>
E-15
Installing the Refrigerant Pipe Work
 Install the refrigerant pipe within the maximum allowable length, difference in height and length of
after the first branch pipe.
 The pressure of the R410A is high.
Use only rated refrigerant pipe and follow the installation method.
 Use clean refrigerant pipe which there is no harmful ion, oxide, dust, iron content or moisture.
 Use tools and accessories fit on R410A.
Manifold gauge
Vacuum pump
Flare nut
 Use manifold gauge only for R410A to prevent the inflow of foreign substances.
 Use vacuum pump with check valve to prevent pump oil from flowing backward while
the vacuum pump is stopped.
 Use the vacuum pump that the vacuum induction is available up to 5Torr
(666.6Pa , 0.0067 kgf/cm², 5 mmHg)
 Use only flare nut supplied with the product.
Allowable Length of the Refrigerant Pipe and the Installation Examples
U
 sing only Y-joint
U
 sing EEV kit
Outdoor unit
Outdoor unit
Item
Indoor unit
Y-Joint
EEV kit
Hydro unit
Example
Remarks
Less than
Longest
a+b+c+d+j ≤ 70m
piping length
70m
Maximum
Outdoor unit ~ Equivalent Less than
Y-joint and EEV kit : 0.5m
allowable
length
85m
Indoor units
length of pipe
Less than
10m≤Total length
a+b+c+d+e+f+g+h+i+j ≤ 200m
Total length
200m
≤200m
Outdoor unit ~
Less than 30m
H1
Indoor units
Maximum
If outdoor unit is
Height
allowable
located lower
Indoor unit ~ difference
Less than
position H1 ≤ 25m
height
H2
Indoor unit
between
15m
indoor units
Maximum
First Y-joint ~ Actual piping Less than b+c+d+h ≤ 40m (between first Y-joint and indoor unit)
allowable
Last indoor unit
length
40m
h≤20m(between EEV kit and indoor unit)
length of pipe
R=Basic charge + additional charge by the piping length
Additional refrigerant
Basic charge : Up to 10m when installing A2W only = 3300g
calculation
When installing A2W and A2A together, add basic additional refrigerant (700g)=4000g
 Contact the manufacturer if the length should exceed.
E-16
ENGLISH
Selecting the Refrigerant Pipe
Installing pipes between outdoor unit and first Y-joint
Outdoor unit capacity (kW)
RD060PHXEA
Liquid side
Gas side size
Gas side (mm)
up (mm)
(mm)
ø9.52
ø15.88
ø19.05
Outer
diameter
(mm)
ø 6.35
Minimum
thickness
(mm)
0.8
RD070PHXEA
ø9.52
ø15.88
ø19.05
RD080PHXEA
ø9.52
ø15.88
ø19.05
ø 9.52
0.8
RD110PHXEA
ø9.52
ø15.88
ø19.05
ø12.70
0.8
RD140PHXEA
ø9.52
ø15.88
ø19.05
ø15.88
1.0
RD160PHXEA
ø9.52
ø15.88
ø19.05
ø19.05
1.0
ø22.23
1.0
 Install refrigerant pipe depending on the outdoor unit
capacity.
Temper grade
C1220T-O
(Soft)
C1220T-1/2H
(Semi-hard)
Temper grade and minimum thickness of
 Use the copper pipe of semi-hard(1/2H) when installing
the refrigerant pipe
Ø19.05 of the pipe.
If you use Soft(O) pipe, the internal pressure is too low to
cause personal injury.
 When the length of liquid pipe is longer than 70m, step
up the size of gas pipe.
Installing pipes between Y-joints
Indoor unit total
capacity (kW)
X < 20.2
Liquid side (mm)
Gas side (mm)
ø9.52
ø15.88
Selecting the Y-joint
 Select the first Y-joint depending on the outdoor unit capacity.
Select the other Y-joints depending on the total capacity of attached indoor units below the
selected joint individually.
Selecting the first Y-joint
Outdoor capacity (kW)
Y-joint model
RD060PHXEA
RD070PHXEA
RD080PHXEA
RD110PHXEA
The other Y-joint
Total capacity of attached
indoor units below this
Y-joint (kW)
Y-joint model
X < 20.2
MXJ-YA1509K
MXJ-YA1509K
RD140PHXEA
RD160PHXEA
Keeping Refrigerant Pipe Clean and Dry
 To prevent foreign materials or water from entering the pipe, it is important to keep the
refrigerant pipe and to seal it while installing.
E-17
Installing the Refrigerant Pipe Work (Continued)
Cutting or Flaring the Pipes
1
Make sure that you have the required tools available.
(pipe cutter, reamer, flaring tool and pipe holder)
2
If you wish to shorten the pipes, cut it with a pipe cutter,
taking care to ensure that the cut edge remains at a 90° angle
with the side of the pipe. Refer to the illustrations below for
examples of edges cut correctly and incorrectly.
Oblique
Rough
Pipe cutter
Pipe
Burr
Burr
Pipe
3
To prevent a gas leak, remove all burrs at the cut edge of the
pipe using a reamer.
Face the pipe down while removing the burrs to
make sure that burrs do not get in to the pipe.
4
Put a flare nut slightly into the pipe and modify the flare.
Outer Diameter (D)
ø6.35 mm
ø9.52 mm
ø12.70 mm
ø15.88 mm
ø19.05 mm
5
Depth (A)
Flaring Size (B)
1.3 mm
1.8 mm
2.0 mm
2.2 mm
2.2 mm
9.0 mm
13.0 mm
16.2 mm
19.3 mm
22.5 mm
Damaged
Surface
Cracked
Flare
Uneven
Thickness
Align the pipes to connect them easily. Tighten the flare nuts
first with your hands, and then with a torque wrench, applying
the following torque:
Note
Outer Diameter
Torque (kgf•cm)
ø6.35 mm
ø9.52 mm
ø12.70 mm
ø15.88 mm
ø19.05 mm
140~170
250~280
380~420
440~480
990~1210
Excessive torque can be cause of gas leakage.
In case of brazing the pipe, you must weld with Nitrogen gas
blowing.
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Pipe
Check that the flaring is correct, referring to the illustrations
below for examples of incorrect flaring.
Oblique
6
Pipe cutter
Apply frozen oil Flare nut
Indoor outlet pipe
Connecting pipe
ENGLISH
Selecting the Insulation of the Refrigerant Pipe
 Insulate the gas side and liquid side pipe referring to the thickness according to the pipe size.
 The thickness according to the pipe size is a standard of the indoor temperature of 27°C and
humidity of 80%. If installing in an unfavorable conditions from it, use thicker one.
Pipe size (mm)
Minimum thickness
of insulation (mm)
PE foam
EPDM foam
ø6.35~ø19.05
13
10
ø22.23
19
13
-
25
19
Remarks
If you install the pipe underground, at the seaside,
a spa or on the lake, use thicker one according to the pipe size.
Refrigerant pipe before EEV kit or without EEV kit
 You can contact the gas side and liquid side pipes but the
insulation should not be pressed.
 When contacting the gas side and liquid side pipe,
use thicker insulation.
Refrigerant pipe after EEV kit
 When installing the gas side and liquid side pipes,
leave 10mm of space.
 When contacting the gas side and liquid side pipe,
use thicker insulation.
Insulation
Insulation
Liquid
pipe
Gas pipe
10mm
10mm
Gas pipe
10mm
Liquid pipe
 Install the insulation not to be get wider and use the adhesives
on the connection part of it to prevent moisture entering.
 Wind the refrigerant pipe with insulation tape if it is exposed
to outside sunlight.
 Install the refrigerant pipe respecting that the insulation does
not get thinner on the bent part or hanger of pipe.
E-19
Installing the Refrigerant Pipe Work (Continued)
Insulating the Refrigerant Pipe
 You must check if there is a gas leak before completing all the installation process.
 Use EPDM insulation which meets the following condition.
Item
Unit
Standard
Density
Dimension change route by heat
Water absorption rate
Thermal conductivity
Moisture transpiration factor
Moisture transpiration grade
Formaldehyde dispersion
Oxygen rate
g/cm²
%
g/cm²
kcal/m·h·˚C
ng/(m²·s·Pa)
{g/(m²·24h)}
mg/L
%
0.048~0.096
-5 or less
0.005 or less
0.032 or less
15 or less
15 or less
25 or less
Remarks
KSM 3014-01
KSL 9016-95
KSM 3808-03
KSA 1013-01
KSF 3200-02
ISO 4589-2-96
Insulating the refrigerant pipe
 Be sure to insulate the refrigerant pipe, joints and connections with class 'o' material.
 If you insulate the pipes, the condensed water does not fall from the pipes and the
capacity of the Air to water heat pump is improved.
 Check if there are any insulation cracks on the bent pipe.
Insulation
Insulation
Clamp
Overlapped
Indoor unit
Gas side pipe
Indoor unit
Liquid side pipe
Install the insulation
to be overlapped
Brazing the Pipe
 Make sure that there is no moisture inside the pipe.
 Make sure that there are no foreign materials and impurities in the pipe.
Replacement of Nitrogen gas
1
Use Nitrogen gas when brazing the pipes as shown in the
picture.
2
If you do not use Nitrogen gas when brazing the pipes,
oxide may form in the pipe. It can cause the damage of the
compressor and valves.
3
Adjust the flow rate of the replacement with a pressure
regulator to maintain 0.05m3 /h or more.
4
Perform brazing of the service valve after protecting the valve.
E-20
Brazing part
1/4" copper pipe
Nitrogen gas
Pressure regulator Valve stem
Taping
ENGLISH
Installing the Y-Joint

Install the Y-joint ‘horizontally’ or ‘vertically’.
< Install vertically>
< Install horizontally>
Make certain of a minimum distance in straight line.
To other branching
pipe or indoor unit
Rear
Socket
Pipe in use
on the site
Front
To outdoor unit
Pipe in use
on the site
Rear
Gas/Liquid side Y-joint
Maintain ±15° start
from the horizontal line
Main pipe
 Install the Y-joint within ±15° from the
horizontal or vertical line.
500mm
or more
Connecting the Outdoor Unit Pipe
 Conduct a pipe work within maximum allowable length, height and length after branching.
 Make sure to have no crack on the bended parts of pipe.
6/7/8kW Outdoor unit
11/14/16kW Outdoor unit
Liquid side
Gas side
Liquid side
Gas side
E-21
Installing the Refrigerant Pipe Work (Continued)
Performing the Refrigerant Gas Leak Test
 Use tools for R410A to prevent the inflow of foreign substances and resist against the
internal pressure.
 Pressure test with dry Nitrogen gas only.
Apply pressure to the liquid side pipe and
gas side pipe with Nitrogen gas of
4.1 MPa (41.8 kgf/cm²)
If you apply pressure more than 4.1MPa, the pipes may
be damaged.
Apply pressure using pressure regulator.
Keep it for minimum 24 hours to check if the
pressure drops.
After applying Nitrogen gas, check the change of
pressure using pressure regulator.
If the pressure drops, check if there is gas leak.
If the pressure is changed, apply soapy water to check
the leak. Check the pressure of the Nitrogen gas again.
Maintain 1.0MPa of the pressure before
performing vacuum drying and check further
gas leak.
After checking first gas leak, maintain 1.0MPa to check
further gas leak.
Manifold gauge
Low pressure side
High pressure side
Gas side pipe
Pressure adjustment
valve (mandatory)
Service port
Liquid side pipe
Nitrogen gas
 Make sure to use a recommended bubble test solution for Gas Leak Test.
Soap water could cause cracking of the flare nuts or lead to corrosion of flared joints.
You may get injured when the joint on the high pressure side detaches and
the gas comes in contact with your body. Make sure to tighten the joint to
prevent such accidents.
E-22
ENGLISH
Manifold gauge
Vacuum Drying
 Use the tools for R410A to prevent the inflow of foreign
Low pressure side
substances and resist against the internal pressure.
High
pressure side
 Use the vacuum pump with the check valve to prevent pump
oil from flowing backward while the vacuum pump is stopped.
 Vacuum system to 5Torr ( 666.6Pa, 0.0067 kgf/cm², 5 mmHg ).
 Close the service valve of the liquid side pipe and gas side pipe
Gas side
pipe
completely.
Vacuum
pump
Connect the manifold gauge to the
liquid side pipe and gas side pipe.
Liquid side pipe
Service port
Perform vacuum drying of the liquid
side pipe and gas side pipe using the
vacuum pump.
Make sure that install check valve to prevent pump oil from
flowing into the pipe.
Perform vacuum drying for 2 hours and
30 minutes or more.
The time of vacuum drying may differ depending on
the length of the pipe or outdoor temperature.
Perform vacuum drying for at least 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Close the valve after checking the vacuum
gauge pressure has reached at 5Torr.
Check the vacuum pressure using the vacuum gauge.
Check for gas leakage
Yes
Pressure Increase
No
Fill refrigeration agent
No
Since there is water in pipeline, the pressure
increases and vacuum condition is broken.
Exert pressure using 0.05 MPa nitrogen.
Vacuum desiccate again, to reach 5Torr
( 666.6Pa, 0.0067 kgf/cm², 5 mmHg ).
(2 hours and more)
Pressure Increase
Yes
If pressure rises in an hour, water remains the pipe or there will be a leak.
E-23
Installing the Refrigerant Pipe Work (Continued)
Selecting Additional Refrigerant Charge
Basic charge
The basic amount of refrigerant for outdoor unit charged in factory is :
Outdoor unit (Series)
RD060PHXEA
RD070PHXEA
RD080PHXEA
RD110PHXEA
RD140PHXEA
RD160PHXEA
Factory charge(kg)
2.2
3.3
 Charge additional refrigerant according to the total length of the pipe.
 Depends on the total length of the liquid side pipe.
- Air to Water
Additional Charge(g) = {L1x20}+(L2x50)}
- Air to Air
Additional Charge(g) = {L1x20}+(L2x50)} +700
 L1:Total length of liquid pipe Ø 6.35(m)
L2:Total length of liquid pipe Ø 9.52(m)
Refrigerant Charging
Additional charging
Additional Refrigerant calculation only related with liquid pipe length Basic refrigerant for
outdoor unit already has been charged
Additional charge calculation = (Sum of total length(m) of Φ9.52)x50g + (Sum of total length(m)
of Φ6.35)x20g + A2A Basic charge 700g
ex) a(Φ9.52)=40m, b+c+d(Φ9.52)=15m, e+f+g(Φ6.35)=15m
Additional charge = 55m x 50g + 15m x 20g + 700g = 3750g
Additional refrigerant calculation
R = Basic charge + additional charge by the piping length
Basic charge = Up to 10m when installing A2W only = 3300g
When installing A2W and A2A together, add basic additional
refrigerant (700g)=4000g
 A2W:Air to Water
A2A:Air to Air
E-24
ENGLISH
Charging refrigerant
 The R410A refrigerant is blended refrigerant. Add only liquid refrigerant.
 Measure the quantity of the refrigerant according to the length of the liquid side pipe.
Add quantity of the refrigerant using a scale.
Important information regulation regarding the refrigerant used
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
Do not vent gases into the atmosphere.
Inform user if system contains 3kg or more of fluorinated greenhouse gases.
In this case, it has to be checked for leakage at least once every 12 months, according to
regulation n°842/2006. This activity has to be covered by qualified personnel only.
In case situation above (3kg or more of R410A), installer (or recognized person which has
responsibility for final check) has to provide a maintenance book, with all the information
recorded according to REGULATION (EC) N° 842/2006 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF
THE COUNCIL of 17 May 2006 on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases.
Please fill in with indelible ink,
-  the factory refrigerant charge of the product.
-  the additional refrigerant amount charged in the field.
-  + the total refrigerant charge.
The refrigerant charge label supplied with the product.
a. Factory refrigerant charge of the product :
see unit name plate.
b. Additional refrigerant amount charged in the field.
(Refer to the above information for the quantity of
refrigerant replenishment.)
c. Total refrigerant charge.
d. Refrigerant cylinder and manifold for charging.
Refrigerant type
GWP value
R410A
1975
 GWP=Global Warming Potential
Contains fluorinated greenhouse
gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
Indoor unit

d
a
) kg
=(
= (
) kg
b

Outdoor unit
+ = (
) kg
c
The filled-out label must be adhered in the proximity of the
product charging port.
(ex. onto the inside of the stop valve cover.)
 Before charging, check whether the refrigerant cylinder has a siphon attached or not and
position the cylinder accordingly.
Fillng using a cylinder
with a siphon attached
Charge the liquid refrigerant
with the cylinder in upright
position.
Fillng using a cylinder
without a siphon attached
Charge the liquid refrigerant
with the cylinder in up-sidedown position.
E-25
Installing the Refrigerant Pipe Work (Continued)
Adding Refrigerant
 The R410A refrigerant is blended refrigerant. Add only liquid refrigerant.
 Measure the quantity of the refrigerant depending on the length of the liquid side pipe. Add fixed
quantity of the refrigerant using a scale.
※ Adding the cooling refrigerant
Manifold gauge
Low pressure
side
High pressure
side
Outdoor unit
Suction charging
Liquid side
Gas side
Service valve
Scale
※ Adding the heating refrigerant
Manifold gauge
Low pressure
side
High pressure
side
Gas side
Outdoor unit
Suction charging
Liquid side
Scale
Service valve
 Connect the manifold gage and purge the manifold gage.
 Open the manifold gauge valve of the liquid side service valve and add the liquid refrigerant.
 If you cannot fully recharge the additional refrigerant while the outdoor unit is stopped,
use the key on the outdoor unit PCB to recharge the remaining refrigerant. (Refer to page 35.)
 Adding the cooling refrigerant
1) Press the function key for adding refrigerant in cooling mode.
2) After 20 minutes of operation, open the valve on gas side.
3) Open the valve for low pressure side on the manifold gage to recharge the remaining refrigerant.
 Adding the heating refrigerant
1) When recharging the heating refrigerant, connect the low pressure pipe from manifold gage
to the suction charging port.
2) Press the function key for adding refrigerant in heating mode.
3) After 20 minutes of operation, open the valve on suction charge port.
4) Open the valve for low pressure side on the manifold gage to recharge the remaining refrigerant.
E-26
Open the gas side and liquid side service valve completely after charging the refrigerant.
(If you operate the Air to water heat pump with the service valve closed, the important parts may
be damaged.)
ENGLISH
To Close the Valve Stem
1
2
3
Open the cap and turn the valve stem clockwise by using a
hexagonal wrench.
Cap
Valve stem
Service
port
Tighten the valve stem until it reached the sealing edge.
Note
 Do not apply excessive force to the valve stem
and always use special instruments. Otherwise,
the contact surface between valve stem and
sealing edge can be damaged and refrigerant
can leak through this damaged surface.
 If refrigerant would leak, turn the valve stem
back by half and
tighten the valve stem again, then check the
leakage. If there is no leakage any more,
tighten the valve stem entirely.
Sealing
edge
Tighten the cap securely.
To Open the Valve Stem
1
Remove the cap.
2
Turn the valve stem counterclockwise by using a hexagonal wrench.
3
Turn the valve stem until it is stopped.
4
Tighten the cap securely.
When you use the service port, always use a charging hose, too.
 Check the leakage of refrigerant gas after tightening the cap.
 Must use a spanner and wrench when you open/tighten the valve stem.
E-27
Electrical Connections
 Install the outdoor unit on a hard and even place that can support its weight.













E-28
- If the place cannot support its weight, the outdoor unit may fall down and it may
cause injury.
T
 he electric work must be done by service agent or similarly qualified persons according to
national wiring regulations and use only rated cable.
- If the capacity of the power cable is insufficient or electric work is not properly completed,
electric shock or fire may occur.
Make sure there is no leakage after installation.
- Toxic gas may generate when refrigerant gas contacts with fire.
Install the outdoor unit correctly according to the installation manual.
- An incorrect installation may cause a water leakage, electric shock or fire and so on.
T
 he installation must be done by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similar qualified
person in order to avoid a hazard.
- Installation by an unqualified person may cause a water leakage, electric shock or fire
and so on.
The unit must be plugged into an independent circuit if applicable or connect the power
cable to the auxiliary circuit breaker. An all pole disconnection from the power supply must
be incorporated in the fixed wiring with a contact opening of >3mm.
Switch off the main circuit breaker and the branch circuit breaker before electric work.
Perform earthing work 3 without fail. An earthing resistance should be under 100Ω.
The protective earthing resistance can be applied in case of using ELCB (Earth Leakage
Circuit Breaker). When using an ELCB that has a tolerance limit as 100mA per second,
the protective earthing resistance is 250Ω in an electrical danger zone, else under 500Ω.
The input voltage of the indoor and outdoor unit should be within ±10% of the rated one.
For details of wiring, refer to the circuit diagram attached onto the outdoor unit.
The circuit diagram for wiring shows only the concept.
D
 o not connect the heater to the outdoor unit and do not install remodeled duct as you
please.
- The capacity of the Air to water heat pump may reduce and electric shock or fire may occur.
Install the power cable and communication cable of the indoor and outdoor unit at least
1.5m away from electric appliances.
- Noise may hear depending on the electric wave though the cables are installed away from
electric appliances.
Install the indoor unit away from lighting apparatus using the ballast.
- If you use the wireless Remote controller, it may not operate normally.
ENGLISH
Overall System Configuration
Connection of the power cable (1 phase 2 wires)
Distribution board
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Hydro unit
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
Or
MCCB+
ELB
ELCB
Or
MCCB+
ELB
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
ELCB
DHW tank
220V
Earth
Earth
Earth
Communication cable
Earth
Wired remote
controller
Connection of the power cable (1 phase 2 wires using Electronic Expansion Valve kit)
Distribution board
Outdoor unit
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
ELCB
Hydro unit
Or
MCCB+
ELB
Or
MCCB+
ELB
Earth
Communication cable
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
ELCB
EEV kit
1 phase
2 wires
230V~
Wired remote
controller
 Install cabinet panel near the outdoor unit for the convenience of
service and emergency operation off.
 Make sure to install the circuit breaker with the over-current and electric
leakage protection.
E-29
Electrical Connections (Continued)
Specification of Electronic Wire of the Outdoor Unit
Outdoor unit
Power
Supply
Max/Min(V)
RD060PHXEA
RD070PHXEA
RD080PHXEA
230V~/50Hz
253/209
RD110PHXEA
RD140PHXEA
RD160PHXEA
Max. MCCB+ELB(A) Power cable (mm2) Earth cable Max Length
Current or ELCB(A)
(m)
(mm2)
CV
VV
16.0
40
4.0
6.0
6.0
18
40
4.0
6.0
6.0
18
25
230V~/50Hz
253/209
28
30
 The power cable is not supplied with the Air to water heat pump.
 MCCB : Molded Case Circuit Breaker, ELB : Earth Leakage Breaker.
 ELCB : Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker.
Specification of Electronic Wire of the Outdoor Unit
Power Supply (1 Phase)
Power Supply
Max/Min(V)
Power cable (mm2)
Max length
230V~/50Hz
253/209
2.5
Decided by power drop
among indoor units
Earth Cable
(mm2)
Communication
cable (mm2)
2.5
0.75~1.25
 Select the thickness and length of power cable less than 10% of voltage drop from input
voltage.
 You should connect the power cable into the power cable terminal and fasten it with a clamp.
 To protect the product from water and possible shock, you should keep the power cable and
the connection cord of the indoor and outdoor units in the iron pipe.
 Must keep the cable in a protection tube.
 Keep distances of 50mm or more between power cable and communication cable.
 Each indoor unit should be supplied between maximum and minimum voltage values
(253V~209V).
E-30




seen in the picture.
Install the communication cable, indoor power cable and the main power cable in the cable tube.
Secure the cable tube to the outdoor knockout using the CD connector and bushing.
Arrange the cables as shown in the picture.
The diameter of the 6 knock-out holes is Ø27.8 mm.
(Inside)
Communication cable
(Outside)
Main power cable
 Make a knockout hole by driving in a nail.
 When installing the cables through the knockout hole, remove all burrs and protect them
with the protection tape.
 Apply rust resisting paint around the hole.
E-31
ENGLISH
Power Wiring and Communication Wiring Configuration
 Be sure to run the power supply cable and the communication cable through electrical conduit as
Electrical Connections (Continued)
1 phase 2 wires (230V~)
1 phase 230V~
or
MCCB+
ELB
ELCB
Earth cable
(U-Trap)
Power cable
Earth
Communication cable
between indoor and
outdoor units
1 phase 1 phase
230V~ 230V~
N
L
N
L
N
L
 When removing the outer cover of the power cable, use the appropriate tools to prevent
damaging the inner cover.
 Make sure to place the outer cover of the power cable and the communication cable,
at least 20mm into the electrical parts.
 Communication wiring should be done separately from the power cable and other
communication cables.
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Installing the Transmitter (MIM-B13A)
MAIN PBA
MAIN + SUB Communication Line
DC12V
Supply
DC5V
Supply
DIP 1
Settings of Adapter Address
Channel 0
Adapter Main PCB
Turn off 12V, 5V Supply
Controlling Unit
Outdoor Unit
 When installation is carried out, the distance between the first and
last transmitter should be kept within 1000m.
 Turn off the power supply before installation.
 Follow the electric wiring safety standards when electrical wire is installed,
and to avoid danger to users, the wire should pass through the wall.
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Electrical Connections (Continued)
Connecting the Power Terminal




Connect the cables to the terminal board using the compressed ring terminal.
Connect the rated cables only.
Connect using a wrench which is able to apply the rated torque to the screws.
If the terminal is loose, fire may occur caused by arc.
If the terminal is connected too firmly, the terminal may be damaged.
Tightening Torque (kgf.cm)
M4
12.0~14.7
M5
24.4~29.8
Installing the Earth Wire
 Earthing must be done by your installation specialist for your safety.
 Use the earth wire by referring to the specification of the electric cable for the outdoor unit.
Earthing the power cable
 The standard of earthing may vary according to the rated voltage and installation place of the
Air to water heat pump.
 Earth the power cable according to the following.
Power
condition
Installation
place
Electrical
potential of lower than 150V
Electrical
potential of higher than 150V
High humidity
Average humidity
Perform the earthing work 3. Note 1)
Low humidity
Perform the earthing work 2 if
possible for your safety. Note 2)
Must perform the earthing work 3. Note 1)
(In case of installing circuit breaker)
Note 1) Earthing work 3
 Earthing must be done by your installation specialist.
 Check if the earthing resistance is lower than 100Ω.
When installing a circuit breaker that can cut the electric circuit
in case of a short circuit, the allowable earthing resistance
can be 30~500Ω.
 When using the terminal
for earthing only
Earth terminal
Note 2) Earthing at dry place
 The earthing resistance should be lower than 100Ω.
(Even in worst case it should be lower than 250Ω.)
 When using earthing of
the switchboard
Distribution Board
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Setting the Option Switch and Function of the Keys
Option Switches in PBA of the Outdoor Unit
※ Main PBA
Display
Key
Dip switch
Rotary
switch
Key Function of the Outdoor Unit PBA
※ Display
※ KEY
Check mode
RESET View mode
※ Function of KEY
Number of
pressing
K1 (Heating)
K2 (Cooling)
1
Adding refrigerant in heating mode (
2
Test operation for heating (
3
Heating Pump out operation (
4
5
Vacuum(All)(t 4) (
)
End of key operation
)
)
Adding refrigerant in cooling mode (
Test operation for cooling (
)
Cooling Pump down operation (
End of key operation
)
)
)
-
 Adding refrigerant ( ,
): The operation for charging additional refrigerant
 Test operation ( ,
): Checking the indoor and outdoor unit operation
 Recovery of refrigerant ( ): Operation for collecting refrigerant to the outdoor unit when moving or
repairing the outdoor unit .
 Refrigerant release ( ): Operation for releasing the refrigerant on the outdoor unit to the indoor unit pipes.
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Setting the Option Switch and Function of the Keys (Continued)
※ Function of K4
Number of
pressing
Display contents
Press for 5 seconds
Display
SEG 1
SEG 2,3,4
Contents
SW version display
SW version
1
Current frequency
1
0, 3, 0
Display current frequency
2
Target frequency
2
0, 3, 0
30Hz
3
Outdoor temperature
3
0, 3, 0
30˚C
4
Discharge Temp
4
1, 0, 5
105˚C
5
OLP Temp
5
1, 0, 5
105˚C
6
Cond Mid Temp
6
0, 4, 5
45˚C
7
Double pipe Out Tube Temp(Tso)
7
0, 4, 5
45˚C
8
High Pressure
8
3, 2, 1
3.21 MPa ( 32.73 kgf/cm²)
9
Current Fan RPM
9
7, 0, 0
700RPM
10
Double pipe EEV
A
1, 8, 0
180Step
11
Main EEV
B
1, 5, 0
1500Step (Full open position)
12
Current
C
1, 5, 0
4/5/6HP:30A
13
Number of connected indoor units
D
0, 1, 0
10
14
Number of operating indoor units
E
0, 1, 0
10
15
Total capacity of operating indoor units
F
1, 2, 0
12.0kW
Indoor Unit Setup Range
Outdoor unit
Maximum of connected indoor units
RD060PHXEA
RD070PHXEA
RD080PHXEA
RD110PHXEA
RD140PHXEA
RD160PHXEA
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추후
5
 For example: Set the SW01 to '0' ans SW02 to ‘3’
if 3 indoor units are installed.
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Tens digit
Unit digit
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Dip Switch Setup
Switch No.
ON
Set indoor unit address manually
OFF
Set indoor unit address automatically
Switch No.
K7
����
Function (Communication Tracking)
K5
K5 K6 K7 K8
ON
No Cooling Frequency compensation (Default)
ON
OFF
Frequency compensation 105% (frequency*compensation value)
OFF
ON
Frequency compensation 110% (frequency*compensation value)
OFF
OFF
Frequency compensation 115% (frequency*compensation value)
Switch No.
K13 K14K15 K16
Function (Night silence)
K10
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Night silence Step_1
OFF
ON
Night silence Step_2
OFF
OFF
Night silence Step_3
Not use Night silence (Default)
Switch No.
K11
K9 K10K11 K12
����
Function (Cooling capacity compensation)
K8
ON
K9
����
Function (Heating capacity compensation)
K12
ON
ON
No high pressure target (Default)
ON
OFF
High pressure target [standard 0.2MPa (2.03 kgf/cm²)]
OFF
ON
High pressure target [standard -0.1 MPa (1.01 kgf/cm²)]
OFF
OFF
High pressure target [standard +0.1 MPa (1.01 kgf/cm²)]
 Standard:30MPa
Switch No.
K13
K14
Function (All electric current Option)
6kW
7kW
8kW 11kW 14kW 16kW
ON
ON
All electric current (Default)
25A
28A
30A
ON
OFF
All electric current I_Down_OP1
23A
26A
28A
OFF
ON
All electric current I_Down_OP2
20A
22A
24A
OFF
OFF
All electric current I_Down_OP3
20A
20A
20A
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Pump Down Procedure
Objective of Pump Down
For product repairs and indoor unit relocation, pump down operation must be done to collect the
refrigerant to the outdoor unit and minimize the leakage within system.
Cautions When Performing Pump Down
 Product limits amount of refrigerant in the outdoor unit due to slim design.
 Collect the majority of the refrigerant in the system in an empty refrigerant vessel and perform
a pump down operation with remaining refrigerant. Maximum amount of refrigerant is 5Kg.
 If the amount of refrigerant exceeds maximum allowable limit, increased pressure may cause
compressor trip or a burn out.
Cautions When Performing Pump Down
1
Fill an empty refrigerant before performing pump down operation.
2
Close the manifold gauge.
3
Close the liquid side service valve.
4
Press the K2 button on the outdoor unit PCB three times. (
5
Observe low pressure side using manifold gauge when the compressor moves.
6
When the pressure on low pressure side decrease below 0 MPa(0 kgf/cm²) close the gas side
service valve and end the pump down operation.
(To end the pump down operation, press the K2 button once more or press K3 button to reset.)
will be displayed on outdoor unit PCB LED.)
Use an exclusive rechargeable refrigerant vessel when collecting the refrigerant. Using
modified refrigerant vessel may cause explosion and cause damage or personal injury.
Note
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Relocation of the Air to water heat pump
 Refer to this procedure when the unit is relocated.
 Carry out the pump down procedure (refer to the details of ‘pump down’).
 Collecting refrigerant may be hard, since multi type products exceeds allowable charging
amount of refrigerant in the outdoor unit to support long piping. (Refer to page 40.)
 Remove the power cord.
 Disconnect the assembly cable from the indoor and outdoor units.
 Remove the flare nut connecting the indoor unit and the pipe.
 At this time, cover the pipe of the indoor unit and the other pipe using a cap or vinyl plug to
avoid foreign material entering.
 Disconnect the pipe connected to the outdoor unit.
At this time, cover the valve of the outdoor unit and the other pipe using a cap or vinyl plug
to avoid foreign material entering.
 Make sure you do not bend the connection pipes in the middle and store together with the cables.
 Move the indoor and outdoor units to a new location.
 Remove the mounting plate for the indoor unit and move it to a new location.
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Collecting Refrigerant in Refrigerant Vessel Before
Pump Down Operation
If the amount of refrigerant in the system exceeded the maximum allowable limit, reduce the
amount of the refrigerant by following the below instruction before pump down operation.
1
Prepare an exclusive rechargeable refrigerant vessel, scale and a manifold gauge.
2
Check the amount of refrigerant in the entire system.
3
Connect a refrigerant vessel to a outdoor unit and operated about 50% of the indoor unit in
cooling mode.
4
After 10 minutes of cooling operation, check the pressure on high pressure side with the manifold
gauge. If the pressure on the high pressure side is over 30 MPa (305.91 kgf/cm²),g reduce the
number of operating indoor unit to decrease the pressure below 30 MPa (305.91 kgf/cm²).
5
When the pressure becomes lower than 30 MPa (305.91 kgf/cm²) open the manifold gauge
valve  which is connected to a liquid side. Then, open the valve on the refrigerant vessel for the
refrigerant to flow from the liquid side pipe to a vessel.
6
Check the weight difference with the scale. When desire amount of the refrigerant is collected on
the vessel, close the valve and remove the manifold gauge.
7
Make sure that the amount of the refrigerant in the vessel is about 50% of the entire system.
8
Measure the amount of refrigerant correctly to not exceed amount of collected refrigerant.
Outdoor unit
Gas side
R410A
Liquid side
Refrigerant
vessel valve
Valve 
Valve 
Scale
Manifold gauge
Service valve
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Pump Down Procedure (Continued)
When refrigerant recovery is difficult due to the large amount of refrigerant
1
Prepare manifold gauge, scale and an empty refrigerant vessel.
2
As shown below, connect the middle hose of manifold gauge to the refrigerant vessel and then
connect the both ends of manifold gauge to the outdoor unit service valve individually.
( Valve of refrigerant vessel and Low pressure side valve must be closed and the high pressure side
valve must be open.)
3
Start refrigerant recovery operation by pressing K2 button three times.
(Refer to page 36.)
4
After operating for 10 minutes, open the valve of refrigerant vessel and fill it with refrigerant.
5
Close the valve of refrigerant vessel when sufficient refrigerant is filled.
6
Close the liquid service valve immediately. When the low pressure falls down lower than 0,
close the gas service valve.
7
Stop the operation by pressing reset button.
Manifold gauge
Low pressure side
High pressure side
Gas side pipe
An empty
refrigerant
vessel
Service port
Liquid side pipe
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scale
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Completing the Installation
 Check the following after completing the installation.
Outdoor unit
Installation
Indoor unit
Adding refrigerant




Check the external surface and the inside of the outdoor unit.
Is there any possibility of short circuit?
Is the place well-ventilated and ensures space for service?
Is the outdoor unit fixed securely?
 Check the external surface and the inside of the indoor unit.
 Is the place well-ventilated and ensures space for service?
 Check if the center of the indoor unit is ensured and it is installed horizontally.





Is total number of connecting indoor units in the allowable range?
Are the length and the difference between the refrigerant pipes within the allowable range?
Is the Y-joint properly installed?
Is the pipe properly insulated?
Is the quantity of the additional refrigerant correctly weighed in?
Installing the drain pipe
 Check the drain pipe of the outdoor unit and the indoor unit.
 Have you completed the drain test?
 Is the drain pipe properly insulated?
Installing the wiring
 Have you performed the earthing work 3 to the outdoor unit?
 Is 2-core cable used?
 Is the length of the wire is in the limited range?
 Is the wiring route correct?
Setting ADDRESS
 Are the ADDRESSES of the indoor and outdoor unit properly set?
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Final Checks and Trial Operation
Turn on the outdoor unit 3 hours before the test operation to preheat the compressor. If the compressor
is not preheated, ‘CH’ will appear on the outdoor unit PCB.
Inspection Before Test Operation
1
Check the power cable and communication cable of the indoor and outdoor unit.
2
Check the power supply between the outdoor unit and the cabinet panel.
Check the 220V-240V~power with the voltage meter.
3
Once the outdoor unit is turned on, it performs the tracking to check the connected
indoor unit and options.
Test Operation
1
Run the unit by KEY MODE or controller.
1st- Running all indoor units by KEY MODE 2nd- Each indoor unit run separately by controller
Inspect the compressor sound during the initial operation.
If roaring sound is heard, stop operation.
2
Check the indoor and outdoor units’ running status.
- Check indoor unit cooling and heating air flow
- Each indoor unit controls: air flow direction, air velocity
- Indoor and outdoor unit’s abnormal running noise
- Proper drainage from indoor unit in cooling mode
- Check detail running status using S-NET program.
3
Finish test.
4
Explain to the customer how to use the Air to water heat pump following the user’s manual.
Filling Out the Installation Check Card and Storing
it Inside of the Outdoor Unit
 The installation check card is enclosed in the installation manual.
 Installation engineer should fill out the installation card faithfully.
- Basic contents such as installation date, name of engineer,
contact number, service company, etc.
- Additional contents such as model name of outdoor unit,
remarks, refrigerant calculation due to additional pipe, etc.
- Contents related indoor unit such as the place where indoor unit
is installed, model name of indoor unit, etc.
 Store the installation check card inside of the outdoor unit and
make sure not lose it.
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installation check
card
ENGLISH
Troubleshooting
The table below give indication about self diagnostic routine. Some of error code requires activities
exclusively for Authorized Service Center.
Outdoor Unit
If an error occurs during the operation, it is displayed on the outdoor unit PCB LED, both MAIN PCB and
INVERTER PCB.
No.
Main 7-seg display
Meaning
Error Number
1
-
2
3
-
Power off/VDD NG
Power ON reset(1sec)
Normal Operation
4
The number of indoor units error
5
Indoor and Outdoor Unit communication error
6
Communication error between outdoor unit Inv and Main micom(1minute)
7
Outdoor temp sensor error(Short/Open)
8
Cond temp sensor error(Short/Open)
9
[Self-diagnosis] Cond sensor detachment
10
Discharge temp sensor error(Short/Open)
11
[Self-diagnosis] Discharge sensor detachment
12
Double pipe sensor error
13
OLP sensor error
14
Over-load prevention control
15
High pressure protection control
16
Discharge over temperature
17
ESC EEV Open
18
Heat Operation Prohibit(30°C )
19
Cool Operation Prohibit(-10°C )
20
Fan_1 error
21
Fan_2 error
22
Detection error of misconnected communication cable between indoor and outdoor unit
23
Comp Starting error
24
All electric current control
25
OLP temperature control compressor stop
26
IPM Over Current(O.C)
27
Comp limit error
28
DC-Link voltage under/over error
29
Comp rotation error
30
Current sensor error
31
DC-Link voltage sensor error
32
OTP error
33
AC Line Zero Cross Signal out
34
GAS Leak error(Dual/Single)
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