Zone controller Installation manual

Zone controller Installation manual
INSTALLATION MANUAL
ZONE CONTROLLER
Air Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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CONTENTS
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
HOW TO INSTALL BRC230Z4 / BRC230Z8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
HOW TO INSTALL BRC24Z4 / BRC24Z8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
INSTALLING REMOTE SENSOR 1 & 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
FIELD SETTING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
DSI SWITCH SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
HOW TO CONNECT BRCW902A15 EXTENSION CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
FAULT / INSPECTION / TEST MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
FAULT CODE SHEET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
CONTROLLER MOUNTING BRACKET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
SUB CONTROLLER INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS” carefully before installing the zone controller and be sure to install it correctly.
After completing the installation, make sure that the zone controller operates properly. Please instruct the customer on how to
operate the zone controller.
Please inform the customer that they should store this installation manual along with the operation manual for future reference.
This controller comes under the term “appliances not accessible to the general public”.
Meaning of warning and caution symbols
WARNING . . . . . .
Failure to observe a warning may result in death, injury or damage to the equipment.
CAUTION . . . . . .
Failure to observe a caution may result in injury or damage to the equipment.
WARNING
 Ask your Dealer or qualified personnel to carry out installation work. Do not try to install the zone controller yourself.
 Perform installation work in accordance with this installation manual. Improper installation may result in electric shock or fire.
 Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts for installation work. Failure to use the specified parts may result in electric
shock, fire or the zone controller failing.
 Make sure that all electrical work is carried out by qualified personnel according to local laws, regulations and this installation manual.
An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical construction may lead to electric shock or fire.
 Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires are used, and no external forces act on the terminal connections or wires.
Improper connections or installation may result in fire.
 When wiring the power supply and connecting the wiring between the unit electrical box, zone controller box and zone motors,
position the wires so that the zone controller box cover can be securely fastened.
Improper positioning of the zone controller box cover may result in electric shock, fire or the terminals overheating.
 Before obtaining access to the terminals and electrical parts, all supply circuits must be disconnected.
 Do not install the remote controller where it may be exposed to rain or moisture. Water or other fluids on the electrical components
may result in fire or electric shock.
 Earth the zone controller box. Do not connect the earth wire to gas or water pipes, a lightning conductor or a telephone ground wire.
Incomplete earthing may result in electric shock.
 Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker. Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shock.
 Do not install the remote controller where flammable gases may leak, where there are carbon fibre or ignitable dust suspended in the air,
or where volatile flammables such as thinner or gasoline are handled.
 Do not install the remote controller where the area is filled with steam or the ground is always wet. Insulation of the electric components
may be damaged in such conditions and may result in electric shock.
CAUTION
 Install the zone controller, power cords and connecting wires at least 1 metre away from televisions or radios in order to
prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 1 metre may not be sufficient enough to eliminate noise.)
 Do not install the zone controller in the following locations:
(a) Where a mineral oil mist, oil spray or vapour is produced, for example in a kitchen.
Plastic parts may deteriorate.
(b) Near machinery emitting electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves may disturb the operation of the control system and result in a malfunction of the equipment.
(d) Where salinity in the air is relatively high.
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ACCESSORIES
MODEL
(4 zone 230-240V) (8 zone 230-240V)
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
MOUNTING
BRACKET
X1
SCREW
X2
SHAPE
&
QUANTITY
230-240V
4 ZONE
CONTROL
BOX
X1
MOUNTING
BRACKET
X1
SCREW
X2
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Air Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
OPERATION MANUAL
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
ZONE CONTROLLER
INSTALLATION MANUAL
ZONE CONTROLLER
Air Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
OPERATION MANUAL
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
M6 SCREW
X4
MOUNTING
BRACKET
X1
SCREW
X2
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
M6 SCREW
X4
SPARE
CABLE
TIE
X2
BRC24Z8
MOUNTING
BRACKET
X1
SCREW
X2
24V
8 ZONE
CONTROL
BOX
X1
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION X 1
OPERATION
MANUAL
X1
INSTALLATION MANUAL
ZONE CONTROLLER
Air Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
OPERATION MANUAL
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
ZONE CONTROLLER
Air Conditioners
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
SPARE
CABLE
TIE
X2
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION X 1
OPERATION
MANUAL
X1
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
ZONE CONTROLLER
Air Conditioners
MODELS
ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
BRC24Z4
24V
4 ZONE
CONTROL
BOX
X1
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
ZONE CONTROLLER
(8 zone 24VAC)
ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
230-240V
8 ZONE
CONTROL
BOX
X1
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION X 1
OPERATION
MANUAL
X1
(4 zone 24VAC)
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION X 1
OPERATION
MANUAL
X1
INSTALLATION MANUAL
ZONE CONTROLLER
Air Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
OPERATION MANUAL
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
ZONE CONTROLLER
Air Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
SPARE
CABLE
TIE
X2
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
M6 SCREW
X4
Air Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
SPARE
CABLE
TIE
X2
M6 SCREW
X4
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
MODEL
(SUB CONTROLLER) BRCSZC
SUB ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
SHAPE
&
QUANTITY
15M
EXTENSION
LEAD
BRCW902A15
SCREW
X2
MOUNTING
BRACKET
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
Sub Controller Instructions BRCSZC
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
ACCESSORIES
INST
ALLA
TION
MANUAL
CABLE
TIE
X5
ZONE
CONTROLLE
R
Air
Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z8
4
BRC24Z
BRCSZ
C
PLEASE
READ
THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULL
Y
BEFORE
INST
ALLA
TION.
KEEP
THIS
MANUA
IN
HANDY
PLACE
AFOR
FUTURE
LREFERENCE.
POWER
HARNESS
X1
PCB
POST
X4
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
S9
S9
S7
A2P
S9
2
3
SUB ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
S9
S9
S1
AN
X3M
4
6
7 DA
Y
TIME CLOC
K
ON/OFF
TIME
R
SHIF
T
FAN
7 DA
Y
TIME K
CLOC
ON/OFF
TIME
R
SHIF
T
ENTE
R
TEMP
TEMP
AN
5
MODE
ADJUS
T
BUT
TO
N
CLEA
R
MODE
FAN
TEST/EXI
T DA
YTIME ZONE1
TEMP
ADJUS
T
BUT
TO
N
SEL
SENSO
R FIXSENS
RO TEMP
ZONE5
ZONE2
ZONE6
TEST/EXI
T DA
YTIME
ZONE3
ZONE7
ZONE
4
ENTE
R
CLEA
R
ZONE
8
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE
4
SEL
SENSO
R FIXSENS
RO ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE
8
7
TO RELAY PCB S19 (8 ZONE ONLY)
TO RELAY PCB S19 (4 ZONE)
TO REMOTE CONTROLLER
TO P1 P2 TERMINAL
BLOCK (NOTE1)
S12
A1P
S13
A2P
S8
TN1
TN2
S12
S13
S3
S1
W
L
G
N E
TN2
S7 S8
S2
S3
S1
X3M
S8
TO SUB CONTROLLER
NOTE:
1.
P1 P2 TERMINAL BLOCK
LOCATED IN THE ELECTRICAL
BOX OF INDOOR UNIT.
2.
TN1
(NOTE 2)
S7 S8
S2
B
INTERFACE
PCB X 1
INTERFACE
PCB X 1
MOUNTING
BRACKET
SCREW
X2
P1/P2
HARNESS
X1
S8
A1P
1
1. Insert one end of P1/P2 harness into socket S9 located on the lower interface
PCB (A1P). Diagram 1.
2. Loosen (4) plastic nuts. Diagram 2.
3. Screw in (4) PCB post and gently tighten. Diagram 3
4. Install upper Interface PCB (A2P) in the same direction as lower Interface
PCB (A1P). Diagram 4.
5. Add (4) plastic nuts and gently tighten. Diagram 4.
6. Plug the loose end of P1/P2 harness into socket S7 of upper Interface PCB
(A2P). Diagram 4.
7. Wire Power harness into LN terminal block X3M (Black- A)
(White –N) (Green – Earth). Diagram 5.
8. Plug the other end of the power harness into S1 socket of the upper Interface
PCB (A2P). Diagram 5.
9. Pass the Remote controller cable through the 2 open cable ties. If the cable
ties have already been tightened cut the cable ties and use the spare cable
ties supplied to secure the controller leads. Diagram 7.
10. Plug the remote controller cable connector into socket S8 of upper Interface
PCB (A2P). Diagram 6.
11. Wire the controller lead earth shield cable to the earth shield post. Diagram 7.
3.
4.
TN1, TN2 ONLY USE DAIKIN
REMOTE TEMPERATURE
SENSOR KRCSO1-1
:TERMINAL
:CONNECTOR
SYMBOLS SHOW AS FOLLOWS
B: BLACK
W: WHITE
G: GREEN
A1P INTERFACE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
A2P INTERFACE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
TN1 REMOTE SENSORS 1
TN2 REMOTE SENSORS 2
CONNECTOR
S1
230~240V
S9-S7 A1P 7 A2P COMMUNICATION
S7
A1P INDOOR COMMUNICATION
S8
REMOTE CONTROLLER
4PDA0687
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION
X1
POWER
HARNESS
X1
CABLE
TIE
X5
P1/P2
HARNESS
X1
X1
PCB
POST
X4
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HOW TO WIRE & INSTALL BRC230Z4 / BRC230Z8
Note 1:
You may find it easier to wire the control box before mounting the box to the indoor unit, for example when the
ceiling space is tight. If you choose to wire the control box before mounting it to the indoor unit ensure to allow
adequate cable length.
Note 2:
Please refer to Electric Wiring Work Pg. 14 of this manual to determine cable connection style and to ensure the
wiring connections are appropriate.
Note 3:
Ensure all field wiring passes through the black plastic wiring bushes located at the bottom of the controller box.
FDYQ(N)71-160
FDYQ(N)180-250
Step 1.
Attach the Zone control box to the body of the indoor
unit using the (4) M6 screws supplied. (Fig.1)
Be careful not to cause damage to the internal
components of the Zone control box when attaching the
box to the indoor unit.
Fig.1
Indoor Unit Electrical Box
Zone Controller Box
Step 2.
Pass both ends of the field supplied cable through the
plastic bushes of the indoor unit electrical box and zone
controller box. Strip both ends of the cable. Connect the
stripped wires to the LN
terminals of the unit electrical
box and the zone controller box.
By using a cable tie (field supplied), secure both ends of
the LN
cable to the anchor as shown in (Fig.2)
ensuring the cable tie is secured to the outer insulation
of the cable.
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
REMOTE
CNTRL
TRANSMISSION
WIRING
FORCED
OFF
Fig.2
Indoor Unit Electrical Box
Zone Controller Box
Indicates 180 - 250
terminal block
Step 3.
Connect the loose end of P1 P2 communication cable to
the P1 P2 terminal block of the indoor unit electrical box.
(No polarity)
S7
L N E
L N E
By using a cable tie (field supplied) secure P1 P2
communication cable to the anchor as shown in (Fig.3).
P1 P1 Communication wire
6
Fig.3
Fig.4a
Step 4.
Pass the remote controller cable through the two open
cable ties (factory supplied).
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
ON/OFF
TIMER
MODE
FAN
ADJUST
BUTTON
SHIFT
ENTER
TEMP
CLEAR
TEMP
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
Connect the remote controller cable to the Interface PCB
( A1P) by inserting the remote controller cable plug into
socket S8. (Fig.4)
S8
Wire the shield wire of the remote controller cable to
the shield fastening point. (Fig.4a)
S7
(AIP)
Note 4:
When installing KRCSO1-1 (option) or BRCSZC (option),
do not tighten the cable ties until you have passed all
cables through the 2 open cable ties.
L N E
L N E
Tighten the 2 cable ties to anchor. (Fig.4a)
Remote controller wiring
Step 5.
Wire the zone motors to the zone motor terminal blocks
X4M (Fig.5) (zone motor field supplied)
Pay close attention to the terminal labelling.
Fig.4
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
ON/OFF
TIMER
MODE
FAN
ADJUST
BUTTON
When wiring “motor open motor closed” zone motors
ensure open, close & neutral wires are wired to
respective terminals.
SHIFT
TEMP
ENTER
TEMP
CLEAR
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
Note 5:
For zone motors that require earthing.
(Ensure zone motors are earthed to the individual earth
connections provided.)
S7
Open = Active
Closed = Active
Common = Neutral
L N E
X4M
L N E
When using a spring return zone motor only use the
Open & Common terminal connections.
Zone motor connection
By using a cable tie (field supplied), secure the zone
motor leads to the anchor as shown in (Fig.5) ensuring
the cable tie is secured to the outer insulation of the
cable.
Fig.5
ZONE
MOTOR
Note 6:
Refer to DSI settings on page 12 before installing the
zone controller box cover.
Step 6.
Install the indoor unit electrical box cover and the zone
control box cover. (Fig.6)
Ensure the cover fits tightly and cables are not in contact
with the underside of cover or cover edges.
Fig.6
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HOW TO WIRE & INSTALL BRC24Z4 / BRC24Z8
Note 1:
You may find it easier to wire the control box before mounting the box to the indoor unit, for example when the
ceiling space is tight. If you choose to wire the control box before mounting it to the indoor unit ensure to allow
adequate cable length.
Note 2:
Please refer to Electric Wiring Work Pg. 14 of this manual to determine cable connection style and to ensure the
wiring connections are appropriate.
Note 3:
Ensure all field wiring passes through the black plastic wiring bushes located at the bottom of the controller box.
FDYQ(N)71-160
FDYQ(N)180-250
Step 1.
Attach the Zone control box to the body of the indoor
unit using the (4) M6 screws supplied. (Fig.1)
Be careful not to cause damage to the internal
components of the Zone control box when attaching the
box to the indoor unit.
Fig.1
Step 2.
Pass both ends of the field supplied cable through the
plastic bushes of the indoor unit electrical box and zone
controller box. Strip both ends of the cable. Connect the
stripped wires to the LN terminals of the unit electrical
box and the zone controller box.
Indoor Unit Electrical Box
Zone Controller Box
24VAC
By using a cable tie (field supplied), secure both ends of
the LN cable to the anchor as shown in (Fig.2)
ensuring the cable tie is secured to the outer insulation
of the cable.
Fig.2
P1 P2 F1 F2 T1 T2
REMOTE
CNTRL
TRANSMISSION
WIRING
FORCED
OFF
Indicates 180 - 250
terminal block
Indoor Unit Electrical Box
Zone Controller Box
Step 3.
Connect the loose end of P1 P2 communication cable to
the P1 P2 terminal block of the indoor unit electrical box.
(No polarity)
By using a cable tie (field supplied) secure P1 P2
communication cable to the anchor as shown in (Fig.3).
S7
L N E
L N E
24VAC
P1 P1 Communication wire
8
Fig.3
Step 4.
Pass the remote controller cable through the two open
cable ties (factory supplied).
Fig.4a
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
ON/OFF
TIMER
MODE
SHIFT
FAN
Connect the remote controller cable to the Interface
PCB ( A1P) by inserting the remote controller cable plug
into socket S8. (Fig.4)
ENTER
TEMP
ADJUST
BUTTON
TEMP
CLEAR
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
Wire the shield wire of the remote controller cable to
the shield fastening point. (Fig.4a)
S8
S7
Note 4:
When installing KRCSO1-1 (option) or BRCSZC
(option), do not tighten the cable ties until you have
passed all cables through the 2 open cable ties.
(AIP)
L N E
L N E
Tighten the 2 cable ties to anchor. (Fig.4a)
24VAC
Remote controller wiring
Step 5.
Connect the zone motor RJ12 plugs into the respective
zone sockets. (zone motors and leads field supplied)
Fig.4
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
ON/OFF
TIMER
MODE
FAN
ADJUST
BUTTON
By using a cable tie secure zone motor leads to the
anchor as shown in (Fig.5)
SHIFT
ENTER
TEMP
CLEAR
TEMP
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
Step 6.
Wire 24V AC supply leads from the transformer (field
supplied) to the terminal block X5M located in the
zone controller box. (Fig.5)
S7
By using a cable tie secure the 24V supply cable to
the anchor. (Fig.5)
X5M
L N E
L N E
24VAC
Important: Ensure the transformer is adequately
sized for the zone motor electrical load and is
suitable for the installation conditions. (FIELD
SUPPLIED)
220-240 V
P
R
I
M
A
R
Y
Zone motor connection
24 VAC
S
E
C
O
N
D
A
R
Y
24VAC
TRANSFORMER
CONNECTION
ZONE
MOTOR
Fig.5
Note5:
Refer to DSI settings on page12 before installing the
zone controller box cover.
Step 7.
Install the indoor unit electrical box cover and the Zone
control box cover. (Fig.6)
Ensure the cover fits tightly and cables are not in
contact with the underside of cover or cover edges.
Fig.6
9
INSTALLING REMOTE SENSOR 1 & 2
Step 1.
Using Daikin option KRCSO1-1 cut plug off lead. (Fig.7)
Step 2.
Carefully strip the insulation of the leads exposing the core wire. Insert
the 2 stripped wires into the two terminal holes of terminal block TN1.
Repeat the process using terminal block TN2 if a second sensor is
required.
Step 3.
Carefully tighten the terminal screws, be careful not to over tighten the
screws. (When connecting 1 sensor use terminal block TN1) Please
refer to note 4. (Page 7 or 9) Ensure cables are secured by the 2 cable
ties provided. Do not allow KRCSO1-1 cables to come in contact
with live power or PCB’s.
FIELD SETTINGS
*Required for system set up. If field settings are not
entered the system will operate in the default
condition. (Pg.11)
KRCSO1-1
TN2
TN2
TN1
PCB
(GREEN)
TN1
Fig.7
Example. How to set Field Setting 23-6-02 (High Static
Fan)
Step 1
TEMP UP
10
0
TEMP DOWN
0 1
Blinking
0
0 1
Step 3
Blinking
23
6
0 1
Step 4
Blinking
23
6
02
Step 5
Blinking
23
6
02
Step 6
Blinking
23
10
02
ENTER
TEST / ENTER
Step 2
10
SHIFT
6
Step 1.
Press and hold the test button for approximately 4
seconds or until the “Local Set” screen is displayed.
(Note 1: If you do not continue to hold the test button
the inspection screen will be displayed, if the inspection
screen appears press the test button twice and the
screen will resume normal display.)
Step 2.
Press the “Shift” button once, “Mode” and the first digit
will be displayed. The first digit of the Field code
number will start to flash.
Step 3.
Choose the Field setting number you wish to set by
using the “Temperature up or down” buttons. Eg. 23
Step 4.
Press the “Shift” button once, “Switch” will be displayed
and the second digit will start to flash. By using the
“Temperature up” button change the second digit if
required. Eg. 6 (Note 2: Wait for the second digit to
appear before adjusting.)
Step 5.
Press the “Shift” button once, “Position” will be
displayed and the third digit will start to flash. By using
the “Temperature up” button change the third digit if
required. Eg. 02
Step 6.
Press the “Enter” button once, “Local Set” will be
displayed.
Step 7.
Press the “Test” button once. 88 may display for a few
seconds, normal display will resume once 88
disappears.
Auto fan function with air sampling mode
Auto fan function will activate once the set point
temperature is achieved (thermo off) and will
deactivate when the room temperature is outside the
set point range (thermo on).
 During Auto fan function the indoor fan will stop for a
period of 6 minutes and then start for a period of 30
seconds or more (depending on model) in order to
sample the room temperature.
 Auto fan function will only activate when the “Indoor


Sens” (Indoor unit air temperature sensor) is selected.
Auto fan function will operate the same as Std. fan
function when other sensors are selected.
The table below indicates the possible Std. & Auto fan functions available during thermo off for heating & cooling,
please select the most appropriate fan function to suit the clients requirements.
Indoor fan settings
Fan operation during thermo. Off
Mode
Switch
Position
01
2
02
1b
Fan during heating
03
1
7
2
1b
Fan during Cooling
3
Applies to models FDYQ(N)71FV1 & FDYQ(N)100-160KV1
Std. Fan function
Auto fan function with
air sampling mode
LL
OFF (Air sampling LL)
Set speed
OFF (Air sampling Set speed)
OFF
OFF (Air sampling OFF)
LL
OFF (Air sampling LL)
Set speed
OFF (Air sampling Set speed)
OFF
OFF (Air Sampling OFF)
Applies to models FDYQN200-250KV1 & FDYQ180-250MV1
Std. fan function
LL
Set speed
OFF
Set speed
Set speed
Set speed
Auto fan function with
air sampling mode
OFF (Air sampling LL)
OFF (Air sampling Set speed)
OFF (Air sampling OFF)
Set speed
Set speed
Set speed
Other field settings
Mode
1b
23
20
Field Settings
Switch
Position
0
01
1
01
0
02
1
02
3
01
3
02
3
03
3
04
3
05
3
06
3
07
3
08
4
01
4
02
5
01
5
02
6
01
6
02
6
01
6
02
3
01
3
02
Set item
Sensor 1 OFF
Sensor 2 OFF
Sensor 1 ON (Remote sensor KRCSO1-1 required)
Sensor 2 ON (Remote sensor KRCSO1-1 required)
Zone 1 only
Zones 1-2
Zones 1-3
Zones 1-4
Zones 1-5
Zones 1-6
Zones 1-7
Zones 1-8
Keep 1 Zone ON
All Zones OFF
Master RC OFF
Master RC ON
Sub RC OFF
Sub RC ON (Sub controller BRCZSC required)
Standard static pressure (FDYQ(N)71-160 only)
High static pressure (FDYQ(N)71-160 only)
Filter sign indication ON
Filter sign indication OFF
Note 3.
Pg11
Default Settings
Note 4.
Pg11
1b
Note 6.
Pg12
23
20
Note 3.
Pg11
0
1
3
4
5
6
2
7
6
3
Set item
01
01
08
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
Sensor 1 OFF
Sensor 2 OFF
8 Zones available
All zones OFF
Master RC OFF
Sub RC OFF
Fan operation heating (Thermo off.)
Fan operation cooling (Thermo off.)
Standard static pressure (FDYQ(N)71-160 only)
Filter sign indication ON
Note 5.
Pg11
Temperature sensor activation
Note 3.
You have a choice of 5 temperature sensors.
1.) Indoor Sens – Temperature sensor located in the
indoor unit.
2.) Master RC - Master controller sensor
3.) Sub RC - When using option BRCSZC Sub controller.
4.) Sens 1 - When using option KRCSO1-1
5.) Sens 2 - When using option KRCSO1-1
Only the indoor sensor will be activated
(factory set) all other sensors must be activated by
the field set codes, once activated sensor selection
can be achieved by pressing the SEL SENSOR
button on the remote controller.

Zone restriction
Fan static Pressure
Note 4.
Example: You may only require the use of 4 zones out
of the 8 available zones. By applying the Field setting
1b - 3 - 0_ you can restrict the number of zones you
want to operate, for example 4 zones. The remaining
unused zones will not function when the zone buttons
are pressed. ( 1b - 3 - 04 )
Before setting zone restriction make sure all zones are
switched off.
Note 5.
When a higher airflow is required for example when the
pressure inside the ducting is high, use field setting
23-6-02 to increase the airflow.
For models with a capacity index of 180-250 please
refer to the installation instructions supplied with the air
conditioner.
11
Duct Configuration
Layout 1
Note 6.
Layout 1 (No Common Zone)
It is recommended to set the field set code to “Keep 1
Zone ON” One zone will remain on at all times when the
air conditioning unit is in operation to ensure damage to
the ducting system will not occur by over pressurising.
(1b - 4 - 01)
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
Layout 2
ZONE 1
Layout 2 (Common Zone)
You can set “All Zones OFF” You will be able to
manually switch all the zones off if required.
(1b - 4 - 02)
COMMON
ZONE 2
DS1 Switch Settings
DS1 SWITCH
SW1 ON (Master controller) – When connecting one
remote controller only or when connecting two remote
controllers one controller must be selected to Master.
(Second controller is optional BRCSZC)
SW1 OFF (Sub controller) - When connecting two
remote controllers one controller must be selected to
Sub controller. (Second controller is optional BRCSZC)
SW2 Must remain in the ON position.
SW3 Must remain in the ON position.
SW4 ON (Start Up Delay Timer OFF)-The indoor fan
will start once the unit initialisation time is completed.
SW4 OFF (Start Up Delay Timer ON)-The indoor fan
will not start until at least 60 seconds has passed.
It is advisable when using spring return zone motors to
set SW4 OFF this will allow at least 60 second for the
zone motor to open before the indoor fan starts.
DS1
ON
OFF
1
2
3
4
DS1 SWITCH
SW1 - ON = Master controller
SW1 - OFF = Sub controller
SW2 - No Function
SW3 - No Function
SW4 - ON = Start Up Delay Timer OFF
SW4 - OFF = Start Up Delay Timer ON
How To Connect BRCW902A15 Extension Cable (Optional Accessories)
Earth post
Back of controller
Earthed shield link
S8
Interface
PCB
Adapter
Fault Mode
Inspection Mode
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
MODE
FAN
ADJUST
BUTTON
MODE
SHIFT
FAN
ENTER
TEMP
CLEAR
ADJUST
BUTTON
ON/OFF
TIMER
MODE
SHIFT
FAN
TEMP
ENTER
TEMP
CLEAR
ADJUST
BUTTON
ON/OFF
TIMER
SHIFT
TEMP
ENTER
TEMP
CLEAR
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
A two-digit code will flash on the
LCD screen when a fault occurs.
(Brief description of fault codes can
be found on Pg. 13.)
12
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
ON/OFF
TIMER
TEMP
Test Mode
The inspection display will appear
once the TEST/EXIT button is
pressed. The inspection screen will
store the last fault code. To clear
the fault code press the clear
button for 4 seconds or until 00
appears. There are some fault
codes that will clear if the power is
switched OFF and then back ON again.
To enter the test mode press the
TEST/EXIT button twice. During the
test mode the system will be forced
to function according to the mode
set. The compressor will be forced to
operate for 30 minutes.
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U
P
L
J
F
H
E
C
A
Contents Code
Section Code
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
SYSTEM
5
6
High voltage of
capacitor in
inverter circuit
or power
imbalance
Reversed
phase
connection
Short of gas
Faulty PCB
Faulty INV
system
Gas shortage
(ice thermal
storage
equipment)
Faulty current Faulty
Faulty
sensor system discharge pipe
pressure
temp. sensor
sensor system
system
(general)
Faulty
refrigerant
temp. sensor
system
Faulty low
pressure
switch
Faulty power Faulty
supply voltage transmission
(general) or
check
operation is
not complete
Faulty temp.
rise sensor
inside control
box
Failure of
transmission
between
indoor and
outdoor units
Faulty
radiation fin
(power
transistor)
temp. rise
Faulty low
pressure
equivalent
saturation
temp. sensor
system
Adnormal
Adnormal
temp. rise
temp. rise of
inside control radiation fin
box
(power
transistor)
Activation of
safety device
for system No.
1
Faulty
Activation of
safety device discharge pipe
for system No. temp.
2
Faulty power Faulty high
supply sensor pressure
system
switch
Activation of
common
safety device
for system No.
1 & No. 2
Faulty sensor Faulty air
system
temp. sensor
(general)
system
7
Faulty gas
pipe temp.
sensor system
(R3T )
Fan motor
overload overcurrent, faulty
lock sensor
system
Refrigerant
overcharge
Compressor
motor overcurrent lock
faulty sensor
system
Faulty
transmission
between
indoor unit and
remote
controller
Faulty
transmission
between
indoor units
(main & sub)
Faulty DC
Faulty AC or
current sensor DC output
system
current sensor
system
Faulty
transmission
between
outdoor units
Air conditioner
(multi) general
input overcurrent
C
Faulty or dirty No load up
air cleaner
H
Faulty
transmission
to/from remote
controllers
(main & sub)
Faulty
transmission
between
indoor &
outdoor in the
same system
Faulty
transmission
between INV
and control
PCB
Faulty suction
pressure
sensor system
Improper
Indoor/outdoor Faulty central
combination of unit address control
indoor &
not entered
address
outdoor,
setting
indoor &
(Address
remote cont.
duplications)
Faulty power
transistor
Faulty hot
water sensor
system
Adnormal
water temp.
Adnormal high Adnormal
suction
oil temp.
pressure
Pump overcurrent lock
faulty sensor
system
Pump overcurrent lock
Faulty oil
Faulty
temp. sensor
discharge
system
pressure
sensor system
Adnormal
discharge
pressure
Faulty AC input Faulty outdoor Faulty
power sensor air temp.
discharge air
system
sensor system temp. sensor
system
Faulty
electronic
expansion
valve
Faulty
Faulty receiver Faulty liquid
subcooler heat
pipe temp.
outlet liquid
sensor system exchanger gas
pipe sensor
pipe sensor
(R7T )
(R5T )
Abnormal
outdoor fan
motor signal
Heater
overheating
A
E
Faulty
transmission
to/from
peripheral
equipment (air
control
Faulty capacity
setting
Activation of
field added
safety device
Drain level
above limit
F
Faulty heat
storage unit
Adnormal
surface oil
level
Faulty
transmission
between
indoor unit and
central
controller
Incorrect
wiring/piping
(wiring/piping
connection
error)
Faulty surface
Faulty oil
oil level sensor
pressure
sensor system system
Adnormal oil
pressure
Faulty drain
Heat storage
water level
unit alarm
sensor system
Faulty drain
water level
system
Faulty
Faulty high
radiation
pressure
sensor system switch
Faulty capacity Insufficient
setting
water supply
J
Faulty air
Faulty or dirty Faulty humidity Faulty temp.
Faulty AC input Faulty air
sensor system sensor
current sensor suction temp. suction temp. sensor
(remote
sensor system sensor system
controller)
(R1T )
DC output over- AC output over- Air conditioner Inverter current Inverter startcurrentcurrent(multi) general abnormal
up error
instantaneous instantaneous input overcurrent
Faulty suction Faulty heat
exchanger
pipe temp.
sensor system temp. sensor
system (R4T )
Compressor
motor faulty
overload
sensor system
9
AC input over- Faulty
current
electronic
expansion
valve
8
Out door fan AC input overmotor overload current
over-current
lock
Air direction
motor lock,
faulty sensor
system
Air direction
Adnormal heat Adnormal heat Fan motor
exchanger (1) exchanger (2) overload over- adjust motor
lock
current lock
temp.
temp.
4
Abnormal high Abnormal low Compressor Compressor
pressure
pressure (LPS) motor overload motor over(HPS)
current lock
Adnormal
drain water
level or plug
missing
3
Activation of
safety device
(general)
Fan interlock
(manual)
2
Faulty drain
Faulty heat
water level
exchanger
sensor system temp. sensor
system (R2T )
Faulty PCB
outdoor
Faulty PCB
Indoor
1
Faulty sensor
system
(general)
Activation of
safety device
(general)
0
CONTROLLER MOUNTING BRACKET
18mm
Installed controller height 18mm
above top of mounting bracket.
Hole flush
with
top of
bracket
HOLE
IN
WALL
Do not cut hole above height of
bracket.
Earth shield spade receptacle is
used only when extension cable
(BRCW902A15) is installed. When
BRCW902A15 is not used tuck
insulated spade receptacle in wall
cavity
ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
PRECAUTIONS
Precaution for wiring on site
 Do not clamp remote controller cords together with wires connecting the units together. Doing so may cause malfunction.
 Remote controller cords and wires connecting the units should be located at least 50 mm from other electric
wires. Failure to follow this guideline may result in malfunction due to electrical noise. Read the notes mentioned
below when wiring to the power supply terminal block. Precautions to be taken for power supply wiring. (Use a
round crimp-style terminal for connection to the power supply terminal block. In case it cannot be used due to
unavoidable reasons, be sure to observe the following instructions.)
 Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same power supply terminal. (Looseness in the connection may
cause overheating.)
 When connecting wires of the same gauge, connect them according to the figure.
 Make certain that prescribed wires are used, carry out complete connections, and secure the wires so that
outside forces are not applied to the terminals.
Round crimp-style
terminal
Connect wires of
the same gauge to
both sides
Do not connect
wires of the same
gauge to one side
Do not connect
wires of different
gauges
CORRECT
WRONG
WRONG
Electric wire









14
CAUTION
After connecting the wires, be sure that no pressure is applied to the wire connections by using cable ties (field
supplied) and securing them to the anchor points. Also, when wiring, make sure the cover of the terminal box fits
snugly by arranging the wires neatly and attaching the terminal box cover firmly. When attaching the terminal box
cover, make sure no wires get caught under the edges.
Make sure the remote control cord, the wiring between the electrical boxes, and other electrical wiring do not pass
through the same locations outside the unit, separating them by at least 50 mm, otherwise electrical noise
(external static) could cause interference to the control system.
All field supplied parts and materials and electric works must conform to local codes. (ie. AS / NZS 3000)
Use copper wire only.
For electric wiring work, refer also to the "WIRING DIAGRAM" label attached to the electrical box cover.
For remote controller wiring details, refer to this installation manual.
All wiring must be performed by an authorised electrician in accordance with local codes. (ie. AS / NZS 3000)
A circuit breaker capable of shutting down power supply to the entire system must be installed.
Ensure that the air conditioner and zone controller box are effectively earthed.
Sub Controller Instructions BRCSZC
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
ACCESSORIES
Sub Controller Instructions BRCSZC
15M
CONTROLLER
CABLE
X1
ACCESSORIES
CABLE
TIE
X5
INST
ALLA
TION
MANUAL
CABLE
TIE
X5
ZONE
CONTROLLER
Air
Conditioners
MODELS
BRC230Z4
BRC230Z8
BRC24Z4
BRC24Z8
BRCSZC
PLEASE
READ
THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULL
Y
BEFORE
INST
ALLA
TION.
KEEP
THIS
MANUAL
IN
HANDY
PLACE
A
FOR
FUTURE
REFERENCE.
POWER
HARNESS
X1
PCB
POST
X4
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
INTERFACE
PCB X 1
MOUNTING
BRACKET
SCREW
X2
P1/P2
HARNESS
X1
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION
X1
SUB ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
S8
A1P
S9
S9
1
S7
A2P
S9
2
3
POWER
HARNESS
X1
S9
6
7 DA
Y
TIME CLOC
K
ON/OFF
TIME
R
FAN
SHIF
T
7 DA
Y
TIME CLOC
K
ON/OFF
TIME
R
ENTE
R
TEMP
TEMP
AN
5
MODE
ADJUS
T
BUT
TO
N
CLEA
R
MODE
FAN
TEST/EXI
T DA
YTIME ZONE1
TEMP
ADJUS
T
BUT
TO
N
TEMP
SEL
SENSO
R FIXSENSO
R
ZONE5
ZONE2
ZONE6
TEST/EXI
T DA
YTIME
ZONE3
ZONE7
SHIF
T
ZONE
4
ENTE
R
CLEA
R
ZONE
8
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE
4
SEL
SENSO
R FIXSENSO
R
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE
8
7
S7
AN E
TO RELAY PCB S19 (8 ZONE ONLY)
TO RELAY PCB S19 (4 ZONE)
TO REMOTE CONTROLLER
Remote controller wiring
TO P1 P2 TERMINAL
BLOCK (NOTE1)
S12
A1P
S13
TN1
TN2
S12
A2P
S8
S13
G
NOTE:
1.
P1 P2 TERMINAL BLOCK
LOCATED IN THE ELECTRICAL
BOX OF INDOOR UNIT.
TO SUB CONTROLLER
2.
TN2
S2
TN1, TN2 ONLY USE DAIKIN
REMOTE TEMPERATURE
SENSOR KRCSO1-1
3.
S7 S8
S3
S1
W
L
S8
TN1
(NOTE 2)
S7 S8
S2
B
PCB
POST
X4
S9
S1
AN
X3M
4
1. Insert one end of P1/P2 harness into socket S9 located on the lower interface
PCB (A1P). Diagram 1.
2. Loosen (4) plastic nuts. Diagram 2.
3. Screw in (4) PCB post and gently tighten. Diagram 3
4. Install upper Interface PCB (A2P) in the same direction as lower Interface
PCB (A1P). Diagram 4.
5. Add (4) plastic nuts and gently tighten. Diagram 4.
6. Plug the loose end of P1/P2 harness into socket S7 of upper Interface PCB
(A2P). Diagram 4.
7. Wire Power harness into LN terminal block X3M (Black- A)
(White –N) (Green – Earth). Diagram 5.
8. Plug the other end of the power harness into S1 socket of the upper Interface
PCB (A2P). Diagram 5.
9. Pass the Remote controller cable through the 2 open cable ties. If the cable
ties have already been tightened cut the cable ties and use the spare cable
ties supplied to secure the controller leads. Diagram 7.
AN E
10. Plug the remote controller cable connector into socket S8 of upper Interface
PCB (A2P). Diagram 6.
11. Wire the controller lead earth shield cable to the earth shield post. Diagram 7.
S3
4.
S1
:TERMINAL
:CONNECTOR
SYMBOLS SHOW AS FOLLOWS
B: BLACK
W: WHITE
G: GREEN
A1P INTERFACE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
A2P INTERFACE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
TN1 REMOTE SENSORS 1
TN2 REMOTE SENSORS 2
CONNECTOR
230~240V
S1
S9-S7 A1P 7 A2P COMMUNICATION
A1P INDOOR COMMUNICATION
S7
REMOTE CONTROLLER
S8
X3M
N E
INTERFACE
PCB X 1
4PDA0687
MOUNTING
BRACKET
X1
SCREW
X2
P1/P2
HARNESS
X1
SUB ZONE
KEYPAD
X1
S8
A1P
S9
S9
1
A2P
S9
2
S7
3
S9
S9
S1
LN
X3M
4
1. Insert one end of P1/P2 harness into socket S9 located on the lower interface
PCB (A1P). Diagram 1.
2. Loosen (4) plastic nuts. Diagram 2.
3. Screw in (4) PCB post and gently tighten. Diagram 3
4. Install upper Interface PCB (A2P) in the same direction as lower Interface
PCB (A1P). Diagram 4.
5. Add (4) plastic nuts and gently tighten. Diagram 4.
6. Plug the loose end of P1/P2 harness into socket S7 of upper Interface PCB
(A2P). Diagram 4.
7. Wire Power harness into LN terminal block X3M (Black- L)
(White –N) (Green – Earth). Diagram 5.
8. Plug the other end of the power harness into S1 socket of the upper Interface
PCB (A2P). Diagram 5.
9. Pass the Remote controller cable through the 2 open cable ties. If the cable
ties have already been tightened cut the cable ties and use the spare cable
ties supplied to secure the controller leads. Diagram 7.
AN E
10. Plug the remote controller cable connector into socket S8 of upper Interface
PCB (A2P). Diagram 6.
11. Secure the earth shield to the earth shield post. Diagram 7.
LN
5
6
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
ON/OFF
TIMER
MODE
SHIFT
FAN
ADJUST
BUTTON
TEMP
TEMP
MODE
ENTER
7 DAY
TIME CLOCK
CLEAR
ON/OFF
TIMER
FAN
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ADJUST
BUTTON
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
SHIFT
ZONE1
TEMP
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
TEMP
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
ENTER
CLEAR
TEST/EXIT
DAY TIME
ZONE1
ZONE2
ZONE3
ZONE4
SEL SENSOR
FIX SENSOR
ZONE5
ZONE6
ZONE7
ZONE8
7
S7
AN E
TO RELAY PCB S19 (8 ZONE ONLY)
TO RELAY PCB S19 (4 ZONE)
TO REMOTE CONTROLLER
Remote controller wiring
TO P1 P2 TERMINAL
BLOCK (NOTE1)
S12
A1P
S13
A2P
S8
TN1
TN2
S12
S13
S3
S1
B
W
L
G
N E
(NOTE 2)
TN2
S7 S9
S2
S3
S1
X3M
TO SUB CONTROLLER
2.
TN1
S7 S9
S2
S8
NOTE:
1.
P1 P2 TERMINAL BLOCK
LOCATED IN THE ELECTRICAL
BOX OF INDOOR UNIT.
3.
4.
TN1, TN2 ONLY USE DAIKIN
REMOTE TEMPERATURE
SENSOR KRCSO1-1
:TERMINAL
:CONNECTOR
SYMBOLS SHOW AS FOLLOWS
B: BLACK
W: WHITE
G: GREEN
A1P INTERFACE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
A2P INTERFACE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
TN1 REMOTE SENSORS 1
TN2 REMOTE SENSORS 2
CONNECTOR
S1
230~240V
S9-S7 A1P 7 A2P COMMUNICATION
S7
A1P INDOOR COMMUNICATION
S8
REMOTE CONTROLLER
4PDA0687
DAIKIN AUSTRALIA PTY. LIMITED
77-83 Alfred Road, Chipping Norton, NSW 2170 Australia
Phone: 1300 78 72 66
www.daikin.com.au
DAIKIN INDUSTRIES LTD.
Head office:
Umeda Centre Building, 4-12 Nakazaki-Nishi 2 chome,
Kita-ku, Osaka, 530-8323 Japan
Tokyo office:
Shinjuku Sumitomo Building, 6-1 Nishi-Shinjuku
2 chome, Shinjuku, Tokyo, 163-0290 Japan
4PDA0685
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