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Air-Conditioners
PUHZ-RP200, 250 YHA-A
INSTALLATION MANUAL
FOR INSTALLER
For safe and correct use, please read this installation manual thoroughly before installing the air-conditioner
unit.
English
Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Safety precautions ................................................................................... 2
Installation location .................................................................................. 3
Transporting the unit ................................................................................ 5
Installing the outdoor unit ......................................................................... 6
Installing the refrigerant piping ................................................................. 7
Drainage piping work ............................................................................. 11
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Electrical work ........................................................................................
Test run ..................................................................................................
Special Functions ..................................................................................
System control (Fig. 10-1) ......................................................................
Information on rating plate .....................................................................
11
12
13
14
14
1. Safety precautions
s Before installing the unit, make sure you read all the “Safety precautions”.
s This equipment does not comply with the relevant technical standard
for the limitation of flicker and this may cause adverse effects on other
electrical appliances. Please provide an exclusive circuit for the air conditioner and ensure, the max. impedance in this manual. Do not connect
other appliances to this circuit.
s Please report to or take consent by the supply authority before connection to the system.
Warning:
Describes precautions that must be observed to prevent danger of injury or
death to the user.
After installation work has been completed, explain the “Safety Precautions,” use,
and maintenance of the unit to the customer according to the information in the Operation Manual and perform the test run to ensure normal operation. Both the Installation Manual and Operation Manual must be given to the user for keeping. These
manuals must be passed on to subsequent users.
: Indicates a part which must be grounded.
Warning:
Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
Caution:
Describes precautions that must be observed to prevent damage to the unit.
Warning:
• The unit must not be installed by the user. Ask a dealer or an authorized
technician to install the unit. If the unit is installed incorrectly, water leakage,
electric shock, or fire may result.
• For installation work, follow the instructions in the Installation Manual and use
tools and pipe components specifically made for use with R410A refrigerant.
The R410A refrigerant in the HFC system is pressurized 1.6 times the pressure
of usual refrigerants. If pipe components not designed for R410A refrigerant
are used and the unit is not installed correctly, the pipes may burst and cause
damage or injuries. In addition, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may result.
• The unit must be installed according to the instructions in order to minimize
the risk of damage from earthquakes, typhoons, or strong winds. An incorrectly installed unit may fall down and cause damage or injuries.
• The unit must be securely installed on a structure that can sustain its weight.
If the unit is mounted on an unstable structure, it may fall down and cause
damage or injuries.
• If the air conditioner is installed in a small room, measures must be taken to
prevent the refrigerant concentration in the room from exceeding the safety
limit in the event of refrigerant leakage. Consult a dealer regarding the appropriate measures to prevent the allowable concentration from being exceeded.
Should the refrigerant leak and cause the concentration limit to be exceeded,
hazards due to lack of oxygen in the room may result.
• Ventilate the room if refrigerant leaks during operation. If refrigerant comes
into contact with a flame, poisonous gases will be released.
• All electric work must be performed by a qualified technician according to
local regulations and the instructions given in this manual. The units must be
powered by dedicated power lines and the correct voltage and circuit breakers must be used. Power lines with insufficient capacity or incorrect electrical work may result in electric shock or fire.
• Use C1220 copper phosphorus, for copper and copper alloy seamless pipes,
to connect the refrigerant pipes. If the pipes are not connected correctly, the
unit will not be properly grounded and electric shock may result.
• Use only specified cables for wiring. The connections must be made securely
without tension on the terminals. If the cables are connected or installed incorrectly, overheating or fire may result.
• The terminal block cover panel of the outdoor unit must be firmly attached. If
the cover panel is mounted incorrectly and dust and moisture enter the unit,
electric shock or fire may result.
• When installing or moving the air conditioner, use only the specified refrigerant (R410A) to charge the refrigerant lines. Do not mix it with any other refrigerant and do not allow air to remain in the lines. Air enclosed in the lines can
cause pressure peaks resulting in a rupture and other hazards.
• Use only accessories authorized by Mitsubishi Electric and ask a dealer or
an authorized technician to install them. If accessories are incorrectly installed, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may result.
• Do not alter the unit. Consult a dealer for repairs. If alterations or repairs are
not performed correctly, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may result.
• The user should never attempt to repair the unit or transfer it to another location. If the unit is installed incorrectly, water leakage, electric shock, or fire
may result. If the air conditioner must be repaired or moved, ask a dealer or
an authorized technician.
• After installation has been completed, check for refrigerant leaks. If refrigerant leaks into the room and comes into contact with the flame of a heater or
portable cooking range, poisonous gases will be released.
1.1. Before installation
Caution:
• Do not use the unit in an unusual environment. If the air conditioner is installed in areas exposed to steam, volatile oil (including machine oil), or sulfuric
gas, areas exposed to high salt content such as the seaside, or areas where
the unit will be covered by snow, the performance can be significantly reduced and the internal parts can be damaged.
• Do not install the unit where combustible gases may leak, be produced, flow,
or accumulate. If combustible gas accumulates around the unit, fire or explosion may result.
• The outdoor unit produces condensation during the heating operation. Make
sure to provide drainage around the outdoor unit if such condensation is
likely to cause damage.
• When installing the unit in a hospital or communications office, be prepared
for noise and electronic interference. Inverters, home appliances, high-frequency medical equipment, and radio communications equipment can cause
the air conditioner to malfunction or breakdown. The air conditioner may also
affect medical equipment, disturbing medical care, and communications equipment, harming the screen display quality.
1.2. Before installation (relocation)
Caution:
• Be extremely careful when transporting the units. Please read and fully understand “3. Transporting the unit” before transporting the unit. Wear protective gloves to remove the unit from the packaging and to move it, as you can
injure your hands on the fins or other parts.
• Be sure to safely dispose of the packaging materials. Packaging materials, such
as nails and other metal or wooden parts may cause stabs or other injuries.
2
• The base and attachments of the outdoor unit must be periodically checked
for looseness, cracks or other damage. If such defects are left uncorrected,
the unit may fall down and cause damage or injuries.
• Do not clean the air conditioner unit with water. Electric shock may result.
• Tighten all flare nuts to specification using a torque wrench. If tightened too
much, the flare nut can break after an extended period and refrigerant can
leak out.
1. Safety precautions
1.3. Before electric work
Caution:
• Be sure to install circuit breakers. If not installed, electric shock may result.
• For the power lines, use standard cables of sufficient capacity. Otherwise, a
short circuit, overheating, or fire may result.
• When installing the power lines, do not apply tension to the cables. If the
connections are loosened, the cables can snap or break and overheating or
fire may result.
• Be sure to ground the unit. Do not connect the ground wire to gas or water
pipes, lighting rods, or telephone grounding lines. If the unit is not properly
grounded, electric shock may result.
• Use circuit breakers (ground fault interrupter, isolating switch (+B fuse), and
molded case circuit breaker) with the specified capacity. If the circuit breaker
capacity is larger than the specified capacity, breakdown or fire may result.
1.4. Before starting the test run
Caution:
• Before starting operation, check that all panels, guards and other protective
parts are correctly installed. Rotating, hot, or high voltage parts can cause
injuries.
• Do not touch any switch with wet hands. Electric shock may result.
• Do not touch the refrigerant pipes with bare hands during operation. The
refrigerant pipes are hot or cold depending on the condition of the flowing
refrigerant. If you touch the pipes, burns or frostbite may result.
• After stopping operation, be sure to wait at least five minutes before turning
off the main power switch. Otherwise, water leakage or breakdown may result.
1.5. Using R410A refrigerant air conditioners
Caution:
• Use C1220 copper phosphorus, for copper and copper alloy seamless pipes,
to connect the refrigerant pipes. Make sure the insides of the pipes are clean
and do not contain any harmful contaminants such as sulfuric compounds,
oxidants, debris, or dust. Use pipes with the specified thickness. (Refer to
page 7) Note the following if reusing existing pipes that carried R22 refrigerant.
• Do not use OL material for the ø22.2 pipes.
- Replace the existing flare nuts and flare the flared sections again.
- Do not use thin pipes. (Refer to page 7)
• Store the pipes to be used during installation indoors and keep both ends of
the pipes sealed until just before brazing. (Leave elbow joints, etc. in their
packaging.) If dust, debris, or moisture enters the refrigerant lines, oil deterioration or compressor breakdown may result.
• Use ester oil, ether oil, alkylbenzene oil (small amount) as the refrigeration oil
applied to the flared sections. If mineral oil is mixed in the refrigeration oil, oil
deterioration may result.
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• Do not use refrigerant other than R410A refrigerant. If another refrigerant is
used, the chlorine will cause the oil to deteriorate.
• Use the following tools specifically designed for use with R410A refrigerant.
The following tools are necessary to use R410A refrigerant. Contact your
nearest dealer for any questions.
Tools (for R410A)
Gauge manifold
Charge hose
Gas leak detector
Torque wrench
Safety charger
Flare tool
Size adjustment gauge
Vacuum pump adapter
Electronic refrigerant charging scale
• Be sure to use the correct tools. If dust, debris, or moisture enters the refrigerant lines, refrigeration oil deterioration may result.
• Do not use a charging cylinder. If a charging cylinder is used, the composition of the refrigerant will change and the efficiency will be lowered.
1.6. Accessories of outdoor unit (Fig. 1-1)
2
The parts show in the left are the accessories of this unit, which are affixed to the
inside of the service panel.
1 Flange joint ... ×1
2 Packing ......... ×1
Fig. 1-1
2. Installation location
2.1. Refrigerant pipe (Fig. 2-1)
B
E
s Check that the difference between the heights of the indoor and outdoor
units, the length of refrigerant pipe, and the number of bends in the pipe are
within the limits shown below.
C
Models
F
D
RP200
RP250
A Pipe size (mm)
B Pipe length
Gas side Liquid side
(one way)
ø25.4
ø9.52
Max. 80 m
ø28.58
ø12.7
Max. 80 m
C Height
difference
Max. 40 m
Max. 40 m
D Number of
bends (one way)
Max. of 15
Max. of 15
• Height difference limitations are binding regardless of which unit, indoor or outdoor,
is positioned higher.
A
E Indoor unit
F Outdoor unit
Fig. 2-1
(mm)
Fig. 2-2
78
900
0
1800
2.2. Choosing the outdoor unit installation location
• Avoid locations exposed to direct sunlight or other sources of heat.
• Select a location from which noise emitted by the unit will not inconvenience
neighbors.
• Avoid locations where the unit will be exposed to strong winds.
• Select a location permitting easy wiring and pipe access to the power source and
indoor unit.
• Avoid locations where combustible gases may leak, be produced, flow, or accumulate.
• Note that water may drain from the unit during operation.
• Select a level location that can bear the weight and vibration of the unit.
• Avoid locations where the unit can be covered by snow. In areas where heavy snow
fall is anticipated, special precautions such as raising the installation location or
installing a hood on the air intake and air outlet must be taken to prevent the snow
from blocking the air intake or blowing directly against it. This can reduce the airflow
and a malfunction may result.
• Avoid locations exposed to oil, steam, or sulfuric gas.
2.3. Outline dimensions (Outdoor unit) (Fig. 2-2)
3
Min. 100
2. Installation location
(mm)
6
2.4. Ventilation and service space
2.4.1. When installing a single outdoor unit.
Min. 450
4
1 As viewed from the top.
2 As viewed from the
side.
3 Front.
4 Front intake port (Open,
if possible)
5 Rear intake port (Open,
if possible)
6 Top intake port (Open,
if possible)
5
3
1
When installing a part that is sold separately, make sure to provide the required space
for that part as indicated in its manual.
(1) Basic information for determining required space (Fig. 2-3)
The required space for the back of the unit is determined by the air intake port;
100 mm or more is required. However, providing the same amount of space as at
the front of the unit, approximately 450 mm, will make servicing the unit easier.
2
Fig. 2-3
(mm)
1
(2) Overhead obstacles (Fig. 2-4)
Min. 1000
1 If there is little space between the unit and the obstruction (Fig. 2-5)
2 Provide outlet blower guide. (Procure locally.)
Min. 300
Min. 45°
2
Fig. 2-4
Fig. 2-5
Min. L2
(mm)
Min. L2
h
Min. L1
1
H
Min. L1
1 Front
2 No wall height restrictions (both right and left)
3 As viewed from the
side.
1
Min. 45
Min. 45
2
(3) If the intake air enters from the right and left sides (Fig. 2-6)
• The front and rear wall height, expressed as “H,” shall be the same height or
lower than the overall height of the unit.
• If this height exceeds that of the overall height of the unit, add the dimension
shown as “h” in the drawing on the left to L1 and L2 on Table 1.
Table 1
L1
450
(mm)
L2
100
3
Fig. 2-6
Min. 45
Min. L1
Min. L2
(mm)
Min. L2
Min. 45
Front
Front panel (Front side)
Rear panel
As viewed from the side
h
1
2
3
4
3
H
Min. L1
2
1
(4) When there are walls around the unit (Fig. 2-7)
• When the front and rear wall height, shown as “H,” is the same or lower than the
front and rear panels of the unit.
• If the panel height exceeds that of the overall height of the unit, add the dimension shown as “h” in the drawing on the left to L1 and L2 on Table 2.
Table 2
L1
450
(mm)
L2
100
Example: If “h” is 100 mm, the “L1” dimension will be
450 mm + 100 mm = 550 mm.
4
Fig. 2-7
Min.
90
Min.
90
1
Min.
90
Min.
90
Min.
90
Min. 250*
Min.
90
3
3
3
Min.
90
Min.
90
1
Min.
90
2
Min.
90
Min.
90
Min.
90
Min.
90
Min.
900
Min.
90
1
2
Min.
90
Min.
1000
Min.
90
Min.
90
Min.
90
Fig. 2-8
1 Wall height (H)
2 Front side
3 Leave open
Min. 250*
Min.
1000
Min. 450*
2
Min. 250*
2
4
(mm)
3
2.4.2. When installing multiple outdoor units (Fig. 2-8)
• When installing multiple units, make sure to take into consideration factors such as
providing enough space for people to pass through, ample space between blocks
of units and sufficient space for air flow as shown in the drawing on the left.
* 250 mm or more is required behind the unit, but providing 450 mm or more of space
behind the unit will make servicing easier.
2. Installation location
(mm)
1
1
3
2
2
Min.
450*
Min.
450
Min.
450
Min.
90
Min.
90
Min.
90
3
2
2
Min.
450
Min.
450
1
Min.
90
Min.
250*
Min.
90
Min. 250*
2
• Leave open in two directions.
• If the wall height (H) exceeds the overall height of the unit, add the dimension
shown as “h” to the dimension shown as “*”. (h: Wall height (H) - overall unit height)
• When there is a wall in front of the units, limit the maximum number of units connected together to 4 and allow 1,000 mm of space or more between every 4 units to
provide space for airflow and space for people to pass through.
Min.
1000
Min.
90
Min.
90
2
2
2
Min.
90
Min.
1000
Min.
90
Min.
90
1 Wall height (H)
2 Front side
3 Leave open
4 No wall height restriction
Min. 45
4
Min.
900
3
2
2
Fig. 2-8
3. Transporting the unit
Use care in the following areas when handling the units.
2
4
When using a forklift or similar equipment to load or unload the units, always insert
the forks of the forklift into the square-shaped openings provided (as shown in the
illustration on the left) and transport. It is dangerous to insert the forks from the side
as the unit has a center of gravity that is not at the center of the unit. It may tilt away
from its center of gravity and become unstable.
5
1
3
1 Square-shaped opening
for inserting the forks.
2 Forklift
3 Forklift forks
4 Protective cover
5 Wood slats (Provide these
for the unit to rest against
when the forks are tilted
back for transport.)
3.1. Transporting by forklift (Fig. 3-1)
1 Space for inserting the
forks of a pallet truck.
2 Pallet truck
3 Insert
3.2. Transporting by pallet truck (Fig. 3-2)
Fig. 3-1
• When transporting the unit by forklift, always insert the forks into the square-shaped
openings at the base of the unit.
Note:
1. Always use care when transporting a unit by forklift on rainy days as slippage can occur.
2. Never use dangerous sudden movements, such as accelerating or applying
the brakes suddenly or turning the steering wheel quickly, when transporting
the unit by forklift.
• When using a pallet truck to transport the unit, insert the forks from the side of the
unit.
Note:
The center of gravity of the unit is not at the dimensional center of the unit.
Therefore, make sure that the forks of the pallet truck pass completely under
the unit and extend out the opposite side before lifting the unit for transport.
2
3
1
Fig. 3-2
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3. Transporting the unit
3.3. Precautions when lifting the unit (Fig. 3-3)
Max. 40°
• When hang-lifting the unit, pass the sling or rope through the square-shaped holes
(there are 4) at the base. The rope must go up along the unit to the top as shown in
the picture. Please put small cushions between ropes and the unit (where the ropes
touch the unit) to protect the unit (plastic part) from any damages. (The rope can
cause scratches or dents to the unit.)
• Make sure that the angles between ropes (at the top) are less that 40 degrees.
• Always use 2 ropes to lift up the unit. Each rope must be at least 7 metres long and
must be able to support the weight of the unit.
Prohibited installation
Caution:
Precautions When Transporting
• Units weighing 20 kg or more shall not be lifted by one person.
• Never touch the finned surface of the heat exchanger with your bare hands.
This area can cause cuts or damage.
• Never allow children to play with the plastic bag used for covering the unit.
Asphyxiation could occur. Always cut up the bag before disposing.
• Always use the designated spaces provided at the base of the unit when
lifting the unit. Make sure that four support points are always used. The unit
will be unstable and tip over or be dropped if lifted or transported using less
than four support points.
Fig. 3-3
4. Installing the outdoor unit
4.1.1.
4.1.2.
(mm)
4.1. Positioning the anchor bolts
1
1
560 5
1
560 5
2
1
560 5
Min. 90
736 2
736 2
4.1.1. When installing a single outdoor unit (Fig. 4-1)
4.1.2. When installing multiple outdoor unit
• When installing in groups, always provide 90 mm of space between units.
560 5
Min. 90
1 Outdoor unit
2 Service surface
Fig. 4-1
(mm)
4.2. Requests when installing the units (Fig. 4-2)
• Do not block the air passageways for the unit. If the air passageways are blocked,
trouble could occur in the operation of the unit.
560
5
700
-796
6
2
Warning:
• Always make certain that the surface onto which the unit is going to be installed has sufficient strength. If the surface is not strong enough, the unit
could fall over and cause damage or injury.
• Make sure that the unit is installed so that it will be able to withstand earthquakes and strong winds. Damage or injury could occur if the unit tips over
due to an earthquake or strong wind.
• Be sure to install the unit in a sturdy, level surface to prevent rattling noises during
operation.
<Foundation specifications>
73
2
Foundation bolt
Thickness of concrete
Length of bolt
Weight-bearing capacity
1
Max. 40
1 Make sure there is
sufficient depth.
2 Installation base
3 Foundation
M10 (J type)
120 mm
70 mm
320 kg
• Make sure that the length of the foundation bolt is within 40 mm of the bottom
surface of the base.
• Secure the base of the unit firmly with four-M10 foundation bolts in sturdy locations.
* Procure the anchor bolts, nuts and washers locally.
3
Fig. 4-2
4.3. Anchoring (Fig. 4-3)
2
1
3
1 Receiving the corner section.
2 Make sure that the corner section is securely received. If the corner section is not securely
received, the anchoring points could bend.
3 Procure the M10 anchor bolts locally.
Fig. 4-3
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• In order to enable the unit to withstand strong winds and earthquakes, make sure
that the anchor bolts are installed as shown in the illustration.
• Provide a strong foundation of concrete or angle iron.
• With some types of installation, vibration will be conveyed along the base to floors
and walls where it could create noise. In such locations, take measures to prevent
vibration (such as using anti-vibration pads or suspension mounting for the unit).
When performing the foundation work make sure that the floor surface has sufficient
strength and carefully route piping and wiring in consideration of water drainage that
will be required when the unit is operated.
5. Installing the refrigerant piping
5.1. Precautions for devices that use R410A refrigerant
• Refer to page 3 for precautions not included below on using air conditioners
with R410A refrigerant.
• Use ester oil, ether oil, alkylbenzene oil (small amount) as the refrigeration oil
applied to the flared sections.
• Use C1220 copper phosphorus, for copper and copper alloy seamless pipes,
to connect the refrigerant pipes. Use refrigerant pipes with the thicknesses
specified in the table to the below. Make sure the insides of the pipes are
clean and do not contain any harmful contaminants such as sulfuric compounds, oxidants, debris, or dust.
• Always use a non-oxidizing brazing material when brazing the pipes. The compressor will be damaged if this type of brazing material is not used.
Warning:
When installing or moving the air conditioner, use only the specified refrigerant (R410A) to charge the refrigerant lines. Do not mix it with any other refrigerant and do not allow air to remain in the lines. Air enclosed in the lines can
cause pressure peaks resulting in a rupture and other hazards.
Pipe size (mm)
Thickness (mm)
ø6.35
0.8
ø9.52 ø12.7 ø15.88 ø19.05 ø22.2 ø25.4 ø28.58
0.8
0.8
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
• Do not use pipes thinner than those specified above.
5.2. Connecting pipes (Fig. 5-1)
B
• When commercially available copper pipes are used, wrap liquid and gas pipes
with commercially available insulation materials (heat-resistant to 100 °C or more,
thickness of 12 mm or more).
• The indoor parts of the drain pipe should be wrapped with polyethylene foam insulation materials (specific gravity of 0.03, thickness of 9 mm or more).
• Apply thin layer of refrigerant oil to pipe and joint seating surface before tightening
flare nut. A
• Use two wrenches to tighten piping connections. B
• Use leak detector or soapy water to check for gas leaks after connections are completed.
• Apply refrigerating machine oil over the entire flare seat surface. C
* Do not apply to threaded portion. (It will cause the flare nut to loosen.)
• Use the flare nuts as follows. D
øA
45°±2°
R0
90° ±0.5°
A
.4~
R0
.8
A Flare cutting dimensions
B Flare nut tightening torque
C
Gas side
Liquid side
D
A (Fig. 5-1)
Flare dimensions
øA dimensions (mm)
8.7 - 9.1
12.8 - 13.2
16.2 - 16.6
19.3 - 19.7
23.6 - 24.0
B (Fig. 5-1)
Copper pipe O.D.
(mm)
ø6.35
ø6.35
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø12.7
ø15.88
ø15.88
ø19.05
Flare nut O.D.
(mm)
17
22
22
26
29
29
36
36
RP50
ø12.7
*2
ø6.35
*2
RP60, 71
ø15.88
*1
ø9.52
*1
RP100-140
ø15.88
*2
ø9.52
*1
*1: The flare nut is attached to its pipe.
*2: The flare nut is in the multi distribution pipe accessory.
Do not use the flare nut attached. If it is used, a gas leakage or even a pipe
extraction may occur.
• When bending the pipes, be careful not to break them. Bend radii of 100 mm to 150
mm are sufficient.
• Make sure the pipes do not contact the compressor. Abnormal noise or vibration
may result.
Fig. 5-1
Copper pipe O.D.
(mm)
ø6.35
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø15.88
ø19.05
Pipe size (mm)
Indoor nut
Pipe size (mm)
Indoor nut
Tightening torque
(N·m)
14 - 18
34 - 42
34 - 42
49 - 61
68 - 82
68 - 82
100 - 120
100 - 120
(1)Pipes must be connected starting from the indoor unit.
Flare nuts must be tightened with a torque wrench.
(2)Flare the liquid pipes and gas pipes and apply a thin layer of refrigeration oil (Applied on site).
• When usual pipe sealing is used, refer to Table 1 for flaring of R410A refrigerant
pipes.
The size adjustment gauge can be used to confirm A measurements.
• Always use a non-oxidizing brazing material when brazing the pipes. Only use goodquality brazing materials.
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5. Installing the refrigerant piping
1
1
2
3
4
Main unit of valve
Flange connection
Packing
Always change to the new
packing provided.
5 Local piping
3
4
M10
Bolt
5
Table 3 (Fig. 5-3)
A
2
(3)Use the following procedure for connecting the gas-side piping. (Fig. 5-2)
1.Remove the flange and packing attached to the valve body. These were mounted
at the time of shipping from the factory to prevent refrigerant leakage.
* Never attempt to reuse this packing as refrigerant leakage will occur.
2.Braze the flange joint 2 provided to the outdoor unit using locally procured
brazing materials.
* Always perform this brazing before mounting the stop valve.
3.Always attach the new packing 3, provided, for the connecting pipe with the
flange to the valve body before connecting the piping to the stop valve.
* The tightening torque for M10 bolts for the flange joint : 25.2 N·m ±15%.
(4)After connecting the installing bolts for the refrigerant piping, check for gas leakage in the locally installed piping and indoor units.
A Die
B Copper pipe
Fig. 5-2
A
Copper pipe O.D.
(mm)
ø6.35 (1/4")
ø9.52 (3/8")
ø12.7 (1/2")
ø15.88 (5/8")
ø19.05 (3/4")
A (mm)
Flare tool for R410A
Flare tool for R22·R407C
Clutch type
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
B
Fig. 5-3
A
B
C
D
Service panel
Right-side piping (Knock-out)
Lower piping (Knock-out)
Front piping (Knock-out)
A
B
D
C
Fig. 5-4
5.3. Refrigerant piping (Fig. 5-4)
Remove the service panel A (eight screw).
(1) Perform refrigerant piping connections for the indoor/outdoor unit when the outdoor unit’s stop valve is completely closed.
(2) Vacuum-purge air from the indoor unit and the connection piping.
(3) After connecting the refrigerant pipes, check the connected pipes and the indoor
unit for gas leaks. (Refer to 5.4 Refrigerant pipe airtight testing method)
(4) Vacuumize the refrigerant lines through the service port of the liquid stop valve
and then open the stop valves completely (for both the liquid and gas stop valves).
This will completely connect the refrigerant lines of the indoor and outdoor units.
• If the stop valves are left closed and the unit is operated, the compressor and
control valves will be damaged.
• Use a leak detector or soapy water to check for gas leaks at the pipe connection sections of the outdoor unit.
• Do not use the refrigerant from the unit to purge air from the refrigerant lines.
• After the valve work is completed, tighten the valve caps to the correct torque.
Valve size
3/8 ø9.52
1/2 ø12.7
1 ø25.4
Tightening torque N·m (kgf·cm)
Valve cap
Service port cap
22-28 (220-280)
12-16
25-31 (250-310)
(120-160)
36-44 (360-440)
11.5-13.9 (115-139)
Failure to replace and tighten the caps may result in refrigerant leakage. In
addition, do not damage the insides of the valve caps as they act as a seal to
prevent refrigerant leakage.
(5) Use sealant to seal the ends of the thermal insulation around the pipe connection
sections to prevent water from entering the thermal insulation.
A
C
C
D
D
E
H
F
I
G
K
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
E
J
Stop valve <Liquid side>
Stop valve <Gas side>
Service port
Open/Close section
Local pipe
Sealed, same way for gas side
Pipe cover
Packing (Provided part)
Connecting pipe (Provided part)
Use non-oxidizing brazing material on flange joint.
Locally procured pipe connection
Fig. 5-5
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5.4. Refrigerant pipe airtight testing method (Fig. 5-5)
B
(1) Connect the testing tools.
• Make sure the stop valves A B are closed and do not open them.
• Add pressure to the refrigerant lines through the service port C of the liquid
stop valve D.
(2) Do not add pressure to the specified pressure all at once; add pressure little by little.
1 Pressurize to 0.5 MPa (5 kgf/cm2G), wait five minutes, and make sure the
pressure does not decrease.
2 Pressurize to 1.5 MPa (15 kgf/cm2G), wait five minutes, and make sure the
pressure does not decrease.
3 Pressurize to 3.6 MPa (36 kgf/cm2G) and measure the surrounding temperature and refrigerant pressure.
(3) If the specified pressure holds for about one day and does not decrease, the pipes
have passed the test and there are no leaks.
• If the surrounding temperature changes by 1 °C, the pressure will change by
about 0.03 MPa (0.3 kgf/cm2G). Make the necessary corrections.
(4) If the pressure decreases in steps (2) or (3), there is a gas leak. Look for the
source of the gas leak.
5. Installing the refrigerant piping
1
B
H
(1) Remove the cap and turn the valve rod counterclockwise as far as it will go with
the use of hexagonal wrench. Stop turning when it hits the stopper.
(2) Make sure that the stop valve is open completely, push in the handle and rotate
the cap back to its original position.
D
C
A
5.5. Stop valve opening method (Fig. 5-6)
2
G
A
B
C
D
E
F
E
I
F Close
G Service port
H Wrench hole
Liquid side : 4 mm hexagonal wrench
Gas side : 10 mm hexagonal wrench
Valve
Unit side
Open
Cap
Local pipe side
Fig. 5-6
5.6. Addition of refrigerant (Fig. 5-7)
• Additional charging is not necessary for this unit if the pipe length does not exceed
30 m.
• If the pipe length exceeds 30 m, charge the unit with additional R410A refrigerant
according to the permitted pipe lengths in the chart below.
* When the unit is stopped, charge the unit with the additional refrigerant through
the liquid stop valve after the pipe extensions and indoor unit have been
vacuumized.
When the unit is operating, add refrigerant to the gas check valve using a
safety charger. Do not add liquid refrigerant directly to the check valve.
Outdoor unit
At time of shipping
(kg)
RP200
10.5
RP250
10.5
* After charging the unit with refrigerant, note the added refrigerant amount on
the service label (attached to the unit).
Refer to the “1.5. Using R410A refrigerant air conditioners” for more information.
• Be careful when installing multiple units. Connecting to an incorrect indoor unit can
lead to abnormally high pressure and have a serious effect on operation performance.
A+B+C+D
Amount of additional refrigerant charge (kg)
31-40 m and less
41-50 m and less
51-60 m and less
61-70 m and less
30 m and less
No additional
charge necessary
0.9 kg
1.8 kg
2.7 kg
3.6 kg
1.2 kg
2.4 kg
3.6 kg
4.8 kg
71-120 m and less
Calculate the amount of
additional refrigerant
charge using formula
provided below.
When length exceeds 70 m
When the total length of the piping exceeds 70 m, calculate the amount of additional charge based on the following requirements.
Note: If the calculation produces a negative number (i.e. a “minus” charge), of if calculation results in an amount that is less than the “Additional charge amount for 70 m,”
perform the additional charge using the amount shown in “Additional charge amount for 70 m.”
Amount of additional
charge
=
Main piping:
Liquid line size
ø12.7 overall length ×
0.12
+
(m) × 0.12 (kg/m)
(kg)
Main piping:
Liquid line size
ø9.52 overall length ×
0.09 (Gas line: ø28.58)
(m) × 0.09 (kg/m)
+
Branch piping: Liquid
line size
ø9.52 overall length ×
0.06 (Gas line: ø15.88)
(m) × 0.06 (kg/m)
+
Branch piping: Liquid
line size
ø6.35 overall length ×
0.02 (Gas line: ø15.88)
–
3.6 (kg)
(m) × 0.02 (kg/m)
1
4
B
4
C
4
D
1
1
H
Max. 1m
Additional charge amount RP200 3.6 kg
for 70 meters
RP250 4.8 kg
5
3
A
1
2
3
4
5
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Main piping
Branch piping
Multi distribution
pipe (option)
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit 1
Indoor unit 2
Indoor unit 3
: RP250
: RP71
: RP71
: RP71
A: ø12.7 ...
B: ø9.52 ...
C: ø9.52 ...
D: ø9.52 ...
65 m
5m
5m
5m
Main piping ø12.7 is A = 65 m
Branch piping ø9.52 is B + C + D = 15 m
Therefore, the amount of additional charge is: 65 × 0.12 + 15 × 0.06 -3.6=5.1 (kg)
(Fractions are rounded up)
2
Fig. 5-7
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5. Installing the refrigerant piping
5.7. Precautions when reusing existing R22 refrigerant pipes
• Refer to the flowchart below to determine if the existing pipes can be used.
• See below for oil condition.
Clear to slight yellow color → Normal
Black or brown → Pipe cleaning is necessary.
• If the diameter of the existing pipes is different from the specified diameter, refer to technological data materials to confirm if the pipes can be used.
• Additional charge amount for 70 m.
Measure the existing pipe thickness and check
for damage.
The existing pipe thickness meets specifications and the pipes are not damaged.
The existing pipe thickness does not meet
specifications or the pipes are damaged.
Check if the existing air conditioner can operate.
The existing air conditioner can operate.
The existing air conditioner cannot operate.
After operating the cooling system for about
30 minutes, do a pump down work.
Use a refrigerant collecting device to collect the refrigerant.
Check the oil condition when collecting the refrigerant.
Oil is clean. (Clear to brownish color)
Disconnect the existing air conditioner from
the pipes.
Oil is dirty. (Black color)
When the compressor bearings are
glazed, rotation scratches are present,
or the compressor breaks down, iron
particles or oil deterioration will blacken
the oil.
The existing piping can be reused.
After flaring the pipes again, connect the
new air conditioner.
The existing pipes cannot be reused.
Use new pipes.
Perform the following inspections: air
tightness test, vacuum dryness (additional
refrigerant charge), gas leakage check
Replacement operation
* Refer to 12 page
Test operation
5.8. For twin/triple/quadruple combination (Fig. 5-8)
<Limits of refrigerant piping installation>
C
A
B
D
A
E
A
A
B
C
D
E
A
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Multi distribution pipe (option)
Height difference (Indoor unitOutdoor unit) Max. 40 m
E Height difference (Indoor unitIndoor unit) Max. 1 m
A: Main piping
B, C, D, E: Branch piping
C
D
A
B
• A+B+C(+D) ≤ 120 m * “D” is for triple.
• A+B+C(+E) ≤ 120 m * “E” is for four (quadruple).
Fig. 5-8
10
B–C
B–D
C–D
≤8m
A+B
A+C
A+D
A+E
Max. 100 m
• When this unit is used as a FREE COMPO MULTI unit, install the refrigerant piping
with the restrictions indicated in the drawing on the left. In addition, if the restrictions are going to be exceeded, or if there are going to be combinations of indoor
and outdoor units, refer to installation instructions for the indoor unit for details
about the installation.
Outdoor unit
Permissible total
piping length
A+B+C+D+E
A+B or A+C
or
A+D or A+E
Charge-less
piping length
A+B+C+D+E
RP200
RP250
120 m and less
100 m and less
30 m and less
Outdoor unit
B-C or B-D or
B-E or C-D or
C-E or D-E
No. of bends
RP200
RP250
8 m and less
Within 15
6. Drainage piping work
It is possible to have the drain flow out along the bottom of the outdoor unit. Use the centralized drainage kit when using drain piping.
7. Electrical work
7.1. Outdoor unit (Fig. 7-1, Fig. 7-2)
(1) Remove the service panel.
(2) Wire the cables referring to the Fig. 7-1 and the Fig. 7-2.
D
L
N
For Heater
S1
S2
S3
Note:
*With Heater
model only
A
G
B
L1 L2 L3 N
S1 S2 S3
J
C
A
B
C
D
E
D
For Power
For Heater
For Power
D D
B
If the protective sheet for the
electrical box is removed during
servicing, be sure to reinstall it.
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Remote controller
Main switch (Breaker)
Earth
For Heater
For Heater
For Heater
D
D
D
A
E E C
A
E
A
E
A
E
L1 L2 L3 N
S1 S2 S3
F
H
F
G
H
J
Power supply terminal block (L1, L2, L3, N, )
Indoor/outdoor connection terminal block (S1, S2, S3)
Service panel
Protective sheet
Fig. 7-2
Fig. 7-1
7.2. Field electrical wiring
• If the wiring connecting the indoor and outdoor units is longer than 80 m, use separate indoor/outdoor unit power supplies. (Refer to the installation manuals of the indoor
units for more information.)
RP200, 250
3N~(3ph 4-wires), 50Hz,
380-400-415V
0.25
Indoor unit model
Phase
Frequency & Voltage
Max. Permissive System Impedance (Ω)
Outdoor unit input capacity
Main switch (Breaker)
Outdoor unit power supply
Outdoor unit power supply earth
Indoor unit-Outdoor unit
Indoor unit-Outdoor unit earth
Remote controller-Indoor unit
Outdoor unit L1-N, L2-N, L3-N
Indoor unit-Outdoor unit S1-S2
Indoor unit-Outdoor unit S2-S3
Remote controller-Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Power supply
Wiring
Wire No. ×
size (mm2)
*1
*2
Circuit
rating
*3
*4
*4
*4
32A
4 × Min. 6
1 × Min. 6
Cable length 50 m : 3 × 4 (Polar)/Cable length 80 m : 3 × 6 (Polar)
1 × Min. 2.5
2 × 0.69 (Non-polar)
AC 220-230-240V
AC 220-230-240V
DC24V
DC14V
*1. A breaker with at least 3 mm contact separation in each pole shall be provided. Use non-fuse breaker (NF) or earth leakage breaker (NV).
*2. Max. 80 m Total Max. including all indoor/indoor connection is 80 m.
S2
• Use one cable for S1 and S2 and another for S3 as shown in the picture.
*3. A 10 m wire is attached in the remote controller accessory.
S1
S3
*4. The voltage are NOT against the ground.
S3 terminal has DC 24 V against S2 terminal. However between S3 and S1, these terminals are not electrically insulated by the transformer or other device.
Notes: 1. Wiring size must comply with the applicable local and national code.
2. Power supply cords and Indoor unit/Outdoor unit connecting cords shall not be lighter than polychloroprene sheathed flexible cord. (Design 245 IEC 57)
3. Use an earth wire which is longer than the other cords so that it will not become disconnected when tension is applied. The earth wire should also be
thicker than the power supply cord so that it can stand any surge of electricity when trouble occurs.
380/400/415V 50Hz
Three phase (4 wires)
Isolator (Switch)
“A-Control”
Outdoor
Unit
3 poles isolator (Switch)
S1
S1
S2
S2
S3
S3
“A-Control”
Indoor
Unit
Warning:
In case of A-control wiring, there is high voltage potential on the S3 terminal caused by electrical circuit design that has no electrical insulation between power line
and communication signal line. Therefore, please turn off the main power supply when servicing. And do not touch the S1, S2, S3 terminals when the power is
energized. If isolator should be used between indoor unit and outdoor unit, please use 3-poles type.
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7. Electrical work
WIRING SPECIFICATIONS FOR 220-240 V 50 Hz
(INDOOR-OUTDOOR CONNECTING CABLE)
Cross section of cable
Round
Flat
Flat
Round
Wire size (mm2)
2.5
2.5
1.5
2.5
Number of wires
3
3
4
4
Polarity
L (m)*6
Clockwise : S1-S2-S3
(30)
* Pay attention to stripe of yellow and green
*2
Not applicable
Not applicable
(Because center wire has no cover finish)
*5
(18)
From left to right : S1-Open-S2-S3
*3
Clockwise : S1-S2-S3-Open
(30)
*Connect S1 and S3 to the opposite angle
*1 : Power supply cords of appliances shall not be lighter than design 245 IEC or 227
IEC.
*2 : In case that cable with stripe of yellow and green is available.
*3 : In case of regular polarity connection (S1-S2-S3), wire size is 1.5 mm2.
*4 : In case of regular polarity connection (S1-S2-S3).
*5 : In the flat cables are connected as this picture, they can be used up to 30 m.
*4
(3C Flat cable × 2)
S1
S2
S3
*6 : Mentioned cable length is just a reference value.
It may be different depending on the condition of installation, Humidity or materials, etc.
Be sure to connect the indoor-outdoor connecting cables directly to the units (no intermediate connections).
Intermediate connections can lead to communication errors if water enters the cables and causes insufficient insulation to ground or a poor electrical contact at the
intermediate connection point.
(If an intermediate connection is necessary, be sure to take measures to prevent water from entering the cables.)
8. Test run
8.1. Before test run
s After completing installation and the wiring and piping of the indoor and
outdoor units, check for refrigerant leakage, looseness in the power supply
or control wiring, wrong polarity, and no disconnection of one phase in the
supply.
s Use a 500-volt M-ohm tester to check that the resistance between the power
supply terminals and ground is at least 1 MΩ.
s Do not carry out this test on the control wiring (low voltage circuit) terminals.
Warning:
Do not use the air conditioner if the insulation resistance is less than 1 MΩ.
Insulation resistance
After installation or after the power source to the unit has been cut for an extended
period, the insulation resistance will drop below 1 MΩ due to refrigerant accumulating in the compressor. This is not a malfunction. Perform the following procedures.
1. Remove the wires from the compressor and measure the insulation resistance of
the compressor.
2. If the insulation resistance is below 1 MΩ, the compressor is faulty or the resistance dropped due the accumulation of refrigerant in the compressor.
3. After connecting the wires to the compressor, the compressor will start to warm
up after power is supplied. After supplying power for the times indicated below,
measure the insulation resistance again.
• The insulation resistance drops due to accumulation of refrigerant in the compressor. The resistance will rise above 1 MΩ after the compressor is warmed
up for two to three hours.
(The time necessary to warm up the compressor varies according to atmospheric conditions and refrigerant accumulation.)
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• To operate the compressor with refrigerant accumulated in the compressor,
the compressor must be warmed up at least 12 hours to prevent breakdown.
4. If the insulation resistance rises above 1 MΩ, the compressor is not faulty.
Caution:
• The compressor will not operate unless the power supply phase connection
is correct.
• Turn on the power at least 12 hours before starting operation.
- Starting operation immediately after turning on the main power switch can result in
severe damage to internal parts. Keep the power switch turned on during the operational season.
s The followings must be checked as well.
• The outdoor unit is not faulty. LED1 and LED2 on the control board of the outdoor
unit flash when the outdoor unit is faulty.
• Both the gas and liquid stop valves are completely open.
• A protective sheet covers the surface of the DIP switch panel on the control board of
the outdoor unit. Remove the protective sheet to operate the DIP switches easily.
• Make sure that the all of the SW5 DIP switches for function changes on the control
board of the outdoor unit are set to OFF. If all of the SW5 switches are not set to
OFF, record the settings and then set all of the switches to OFF. Begin recovering
the refrigerant. After moving the unit to a new location and completing the test run,
set the SW5 switches to the previously recorded settings.
8. Test run
8.2. Unit replacement operation
s Replacement operation is the operation by which impurities remaining in
the existing piping (chlorinated compounds) are captured by the activated
carbon filter (replacement filter) in the outdoor unit.
• This model will automatically begin the replacement operation after it has been
installed when it enters the initialization phase for normal heating or cooling. However, the unit will not automatically perform the replacement operation if it is moved
to a new location where it will be used with existing R22 refrigerant piping. Under
such conditions, always use the SW8-2 operations to perform the replacement
operation before beginning the test operation.
Replacement operation procedures (When moving the unit and connecting it
to existing R22 piping.)
1 Supply power.
2 Set DIP switch SW8-2 on the control board of the outdoor unit to ON to start
replacement operation.
* The replacement operation is performed using the cooling system. Cool air will
flow from the indoor unit during the replacement operation.
* During the replacement operation, TEST RUN is displayed on the remote controller
and LED1 and LED2 on the control board of the outdoor unit flash together.
3 The duration of the replacement operation is determined by the length of the piping. Always perform the replacement operation for longer than the stipulated time.
* Always perform one of the following operations at the completion of the replacement operation. The replacement operation will end and the unit will automatically stop.
(1)Set SW8-2 from ON to OFF. (When ending a replacement operation of less
than 2 hours.)
• Each time SW8-2 is set from OFF to ON, the replacement operation can be
started. Always perform the replacement operation for longer than the stipulated time.
Required replacement operation times
Piping Length
0 to 20 meters
21 to 30 meters
31 to 70 meters
Replacement
Operation Time
30 minutes or more
45 minutes or more
60 minutes or more
(2)The replacement operation will automatically stop after 2 hours. (It will end with
SW8-2 still in the ON position.)
• When the replacement operation has ended automatically after 2 hours of
operation, there is no need to set SW8-2 from ON to OFF; normal air conditioning operations can are possible with the SW8-2 set to ON. Furthermore,
to repeat the replacement operation, SW8-2 will have to be returned to OFF
and then set to ON.
* If the indoor temperature is less than 15 °C, the compressor will operate
intermittently but the unit is not faulty.
8.3. Test run
8.3.1. Using SW4 in outdoor unit
SW4-1
SW4-2
SW4-1
SW4-2
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Cooling operation
Heating operation
* After performing the test run, set SW4-1 to OFF.
• After power is supplied, a small clicking noise may be heard from the inside of the
outdoor unit. The electronic expansion valve is opening and closing. The unit is not
faulty.
• A few seconds after the compressor starts, a clanging noise may be heard from the
inside of the outdoor unit. The noise is coming from the check valve due to the small
difference in pressure in the pipes. The unit is not faulty.
The test run operation mode cannot be changed by DIP switch SW4-2 during
the test run. (To change the test run operation mode during the test run, stop
the test run by DIP switch SW4-1. After changing the test run operation mode,
resume the test run by switch SW4-1.)
8.3.2. Using remote controller
Refer to the indoor unit installation manual.
9. Special Functions
B
A
E
SW1
D
1
X
X
I 2
3
J
3
CNDM
F
G
A
B
C
D
E
Remote control panel
Relay circuit
External input adapter (PAC-SC36NA)
Outdoor unit control board
Relay power supply
F
G
H
I
J
Procure locally
Max. 10 m
Orange
Brown
Red
B
C
H
I
E
J
SW2
Y
Y
D
1
2
3
G
A
B
C
D
E
1
3
CNDM
F
Remote control panel
Relay circuit
External input adapter (PAC-SC36NA)
Outdoor unit control board
Relay power supply
F
G
H
I
J
Fig. 9-2
Procure locally
Max. 10 m
Orange
Brown
Red
By performing the following modification, operation noise of the outdoor unit can be
reduced by about 3-4 dB.
The low noise mode will be activated when a commercially available timer or the
contact input of an ON/OFF switch is added to the CNDM connector (option) on the
control board of the outdoor unit.
• The ability varies according to the outdoor temperature and conditions, etc.
1 Complete the circuit as shown when using the external input adapter (PACSC36NA). (Option)
2 SW1 ON: Low noise mode
SW1 OFF: Normal operation
9.2. Demand function (on-site modification) (Fig. 9-2)
Fig. 9-1
A
9.1. Low noise mode (on-site modification) (Fig. 9-1)
C
H 1
• It is possible to reduce electricity consumption within a range from 0 to 100 percent
by performing the following on-site installation.
The demand function can be enabled by adding a commercially available input
contact point ON/OFF switch to the CNDM connector (the contact point demand
input, sold separately).
1 Incorporate the “Adaptor for external input (PAC-SC36NA)” into the circuit as shown
in the diagram on the left.
2 By switching SW7-1 and SW7-2 on the control circuit board for the outdoor unit,
the following power consumption restrictions (compared to rated power) can be
set.
SW7-1 SW7-2 Power consumption
when SW2 is on
OFF
OFF
0% (STOP)
ON
OFF
50%
OFF
ON
75%
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9. Special Functions
9.3. Refrigerant collecting (pump down)
Perform the following procedures to collect the refrigerant when moving the indoor
unit or the outdoor unit.
1 Before collecting the refrigerant, first make sure that the all of the SW5 DIP switches
for function changes on the control board of the outdoor unit are set to OFF. If all of the
SW5 switches are not set to OFF, record the settings and then set all of the switches
to OFF. Start collecting the refrigerant. After moving the unit to a new location and
completing the test run, set the SW5 switches to the previously recorded settings.
2 Supply power (circuit breaker).
* When power is supplied, make sure that “CENTRALLY CONTROLLED” is not
displayed on the remote controller. If “CENTRALLY CONTROLLED” is displayed, the refrigerant collecting (pump down) cannot be completed normally.
3 After the liquid stop valve is closed, set the SWP switch on the control board of the
outdoor unit to ON. The compressor (outdoor unit) and ventilators (indoor and
outdoor units) start operating and refrigerant collecting operation begins. LED1
and LED2 on the control board of the outdoor unit are lit.
* Only set the SWP switch (push-button type) to ON if the unit is stopped. However, even if the unit is stopped and the SWP switch is set to ON less than
three minutes after the compressor stops, the refrigerant collecting operation
cannot be performed. Wait until compressor has been stopped for three minutes and then set the SWP switch to ON again.
4 Because the unit automatically stops in about two to three minutes after the refrigerant collecting operation (LED1 and LED2 are lit), be sure to quickly close the
gas stop valve. When LED1 and LED2 are lit and the outdoor unit is stopped, open
the liquid stop valve completely, and then repeat step 3 after three minutes have
passed.
* If the refrigerant collecting operation has been completed normally (LED1 and
LED2 are lit), the unit will remain stopped until the power supply is turned off.
5 Turn off the power supply (circuit breaker).
* Note that when the length of the extension piping is long, it may not be possible to perform a pump-down operation. When performing the pump-down operation, make sure that the low pressure is lowered to near 0 MPa (gauge).
10. System control (Fig. 10-1)
E SW 1 - 3 ~ 6
ON
OFF
F SW 1 - 3 ~ 6
ON
OFF
3 4 5 6
3 4 5 6
G SW 1 - 3 ~ 6
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Master remote controller
Subordinate remote controller
Standard 1:1 (Refrigerant address = 00)
Simultaneous twin (Refrigerant address = 01)
Simultaneous triple (Refrigerant address = 02)
ON
OFF
Note:
In single refrigerant system (twin/triple/quadruple), there is no need of wiring
2.
3 4 5 6
A E
A F
TB1
TB1
TB4
TB4
B
TB5
2
1
C
TB5
A G
TB4
2
TB4
B
TB4
B
B
1
TB4
B
<SW1>
TB5
ON
OFF
D 1
1 2 3 4 5 6
Fig. 10-1
Operation according to switch setting
ON
OFF
Start
Normal
Compulsory defrosting
Clear
Normal
Error history clear
Refrigerant sys- Settings for outdoor unit adtem address set- dresses 0 to 15
ting
Function
SW1
Function table
TB1
B
* Set the refrigerant address using the DIP switch of the outdoor unit.
1 Wiring from the Remote Control
This wire is connected to TB5 (terminal board for remote controller) of the indoor unit
(non-polar).
2 When a Different Refrigerant System Grouping is Used.
Up to 16 refrigerant systems can be controlled as one group using the slim MA remote controller.
SW1
function
settings
2
3
4
5
6
11. Information on rating plate
Model
Refrigerant (R410A)
kg
Allowable pressure (Ps)
Net weight
kg
MANUFACTURER: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION, SHIZUOKA WORKS
18-1, OSHIKA 3-CHOME, SURUGA-KU, SHIZUOKA CITY, JAPAN
14
RP200, 250
10.5
HP:3.6 MPa (36 bar), LP:2.3 MPa (23 bar)
198
Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on
this manual before handing it to the customer.
HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BLDG., 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN
BG79U638H03
Printed in Japan
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