Split Air Conditioner
Split Air Conditioner
AA 5,5 Performance IU
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For proper operation, please read and keep this manual carefully.
Content
Operation Notices
Precautions............................................................................................................ 1
Parts Name............................................................................................................ 6
Screen Operation Guide
Buttons on remote controller..................................................................................7
Introduction for icons on display screen.................................................................7
Introduction for buttons on remote controller......................................................... 8
Function introduction for combination buttons..................................................... 14
Operation guide................................................................................................... 16
Replacement of batteries in remote controller......................................................16
Emergency operation .......................................................................................... 17
Maintenance
Clean and Maintenance........................................................................................17
Malfunction
Malfunction analysis ............................................................................................ 20
Installation Notice
Installation dimension diagram ............................................................................ 24
Tools for installation............................................................................................. 25
Selection of installation location .......................................................................... 25
Requirements for electric connection .................................................................. 26
Installation
Installation of indoor unit...................................................................................... 27
Installation of outdoor unit ................................................................................... 32
Vacuum pumping................................................................................................. 35
Leakage detection ............................................................................................... 35
Check after installation ........................................................................................ 36
Test and operation
Test operation.......................................... ............................................................36
Attachment
Configuration of connection pipe ......................................................................... 37
Pipe expanding method ....................................................................................... 39
Wired Controller (Optional) ................................................................................. 40
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household wastes
throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or
contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmental safe recycling.
R410A(R32/125: 50/50): 2087.5
Explanation of Symbols
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
Indicates important but not hazard-related information,
used to indicate risk of property damage.
Indicates a hazard that would be assigned a signal word
WARNING or CAUTION.
Precautions
WARNING
Operation and Maintenance
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
Do not connect air conditioner to multi-purpose socket.
Otherwise, it may cause fire hazard.
Do disconnect power supply when cleaning air
conditioner. Otherwise, it may cause electric shock.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Do not wash the air conditioner with water to avoid
electric shock.
Do not spray water on indoor unit. It may cause electric
shock or malfunction.
After removing the filter, do not touch fins to avoid injury.
Do not use fire or hair dryer to dry the filter to avoid
deformation or fire hazard.
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Precautions
WARNING
Maintenance must be performed by qualified
professionals. Otherwise, it may cause personal injury
or damage.
Do not repair air conditioner by yourself. It may cause
electric shock or damage. Please contact dealer when
you need to repair air conditioner.
Do not extend fingers or objects into air inlet or air
outlet. It may cause personal injury or damage.
Do not block air outlet or air inlet. It may cause
malfunction.
Do not spill water on the remote controller, otherwise the
remote controller may be broken.
When below phenomenon occurs, please turn off air
conditioner and disconnect power immediately, and then
contact the dealer or qualified professionals for service.
Ɣ Power cord is overheating or damaged.
Ɣ There’s abnormal sound during operation.
Ɣ Circuit break trips off frequently.
Ɣ Air conditioner gives off burning smell.
Ɣ Indoor unit is leaking.
If the air conditioner operates under abnormal conditions,
it may cause malfunction, electric shock or fire hazard.
When turning on or turning off the unit by emergency
operation switch, please press this switch with an insulating
object other than metal.
Do not step on top panel of outdoor unit, or put heavy
objects. It may cause damage or personal injury.
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Precautions
WARNING
Attachment
Installation must be performed by qualified professionals.
Otherwise, it may cause personal injury or damage.
Must follow the electric safety regulations when installing
the unit.
According to the local safety regulations, use qualified
power supply circuit and circuit break.
Do install the circuit break. If not, it may cause malfunction.
An all-pole disconnection switch having a contact separation
of at least 3mm in all poles should be connected in fixed
wiring.
Including an circuit break with suitable capacity, please
note the following table. Air switch should be included
magnet buckle and heating buckle function, it can protect
the circuit-short and overload.
Air Conditioner should be properly grounded. Incorrect
grounding may cause electric shock.
Don't use unqualified power cord.
Make sure the power supply matches with the
requirement of air conditioner. Unstable power supply or
incorrect wiring or malfunction. Please install proper power
supply cables before using the air conditioner.
Properly connect the live wire, neutral wire and
grounding wire of power socket.
Be sure to cut off the power supply before proceeding
any work related to electricity and safety.
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Precautions
WARNING
Do not put through the power before finishing installation.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
The temperature of refrigerant circuit will be high, please
keep the interconnection cable away from the copper
tube.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance with
national wiring regulations.
Installation must be performed in accordance with the
requirement of NEC and CEC by authorized personnel
only
The air conditioner is the first class electric appliance. It
must be properly grounding with specialized grounding
device by a professional. Please make sure it is always
grounded effectively, otherwise it may cause electric shock.
The yellow-green wire in air conditioner is grounding
wire, which can't be used for other purposes.
The grounding resistance should comply with national
electric safety regulations.
The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is
accessible.
All wires of indoor unit and outdoor unit should be
connected by a professional.
If the length of power connection wire is insufficient, please
contact the supplier for a new one. Avoid extending the
wire by yourself.
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Precautions
WARNING
For the air conditioner with plug, the plug should be
reachable after finishing installation.
For the air conditioner without plug, an circuit break
must be installed in the line.
If you need to relocate the air conditioner to another
place, only the qualified person can perform the work.
Otherwise, it may cause personal injury or damage.
Select a location which is out of reach for children and
far away from animals or plants. If it is unavoidable,
please add the fence for safety purpose.
The indoor unit should be installed close to the wall.
Instructions for installation and use of this product are
provided by the manufacturer.
Working temperature range
Maximum cooling
Maximum heating
Indoor side DB/WB(ć )
32/23
27/-
Outdoor side DB/WB(ć )
43/26
24/18
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Parts Name
Indoor Unit
air inlet
aux.button
horizontal louver
air outlet
cooling
indicator
power
indicator
receiver
window
display
heating
indicator
temp.
indicator
drying
indicator
(Display content or position may be different from above
graphics, please refer to actual products)
Outdoor Unit
remote control
air inlet
handle
air outlet
NOTICE:
Actual product may be different from above graphics, please refer to actual
products.
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Set fan speed
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Healthy mode
Scavenging functions
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Operation mode
Auto mode
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Set temperature
X-FAN function
Dry mode
Fan mode
Heat mode
Set time
TIMER ON/TIMER OFF
Clock
Sleep mode
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Left & right swing
Light
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:Outdoor ambient temp.
:Set temp.
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main unit setting temperature will increase 1 , two hours, setting temperature increased 2 , then the unit will run at this setting temperature; In Heat mode: sleep status
after run for one hour, the setting temperature will decrease 1 , two hours, setting
temperature will decrease 2 , then the unit will run at this setting temperature.
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group of sleep temperature curve.
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the initial curve setting value of original factory);
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(3) At this time, 1hour will be automatically increased at the timer postion on the remote
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will display the corresponding temperature of last setting sleep curve and blink;
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button, the sleep curve setting or enquiry status will quit similarly.
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to the comparison between indoor ambient temperature and set temperature.
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actual cooling, heating or fan mode.
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X-FAN button
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though you have turned off the unit. After energization, X-FAN OFF is defaulted.
X-FAN is not available in AUTO, FAN or HEAT mode.
This function indicates that moisture on evaporator of indoor unit will be blowed
after the unit is stopped to avoid mould.
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button indoor fan will continue running foUDERXWPLQDWORZVSHHG,QWKLV
period, press X-FAN button to stop indoor fan directly.
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button, the complete unit will be off directly.
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LIGHT button
Press this button to turn off display light on indoor unit. "
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controller disappears. Press this button again to turn on display light. "
" icon is
displayed.
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button
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LCD displays " ". Press the button for the second time to start healthy and
scavenging functions simultaneously; LCD displays " " and " " . Press this
button for the third time to quit healthy and scavenging functions simultaneously.
Press the button for the fourth time to start healthy function; LCD display " " .
Press this button again to repeat the operation above.
ƔThis function is applicable to partial of models.
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TEMP button
By pressing this button, you can see indoor set temperature, indoor ambient temperature or outdoor ambient temperature on indoor unit¶s display. The setting on
remote controlleris selected circularly as below:
no display
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on indoor unit displays set temperature.
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displays indoor ambient temperature.
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displays outdoor ambient temperature.
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unit receives "
" signal, while it displays indoor set temperature.
Ɣ,W¶s defaulted to display set temperature when turning on the unit.There is no
display in the remote controller.
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Energy-saving function
Under cooling mode, press "TEMP" and "CLOCK" buttons simultaneously to
start up or turn off energy-saving function. When energy-saving function is started
up, "SE" will be shown on remote controller, and air conditioner will adjust the set
temperature automatically according to ex-factory setting to reach to the best
energy-saving effect. Press "TEMP" and "CLOCK" buttons simultaneously again to
exit energy-saving function.
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be adjusted.
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Operation guide
1. After putting through the power, press "ON/OFF" button on remote controller to
turn on the air conditioner.
2. Press "MODE" button to select your required mode: AUTO, COOL, DRY, FAN,
HEAT.
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be adjusted under auto mode).
4. Press "FAN" button to set your required fan speed: auto, low speed, low-medium
speed,medium speed, medium-high speed,high speed.
5. Press " " button to select fan blowing angle.
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Replacement of batteries in remote controller
1. Press the back side of remote controller marked
with " ", as shown in the ¿g, and then push out
the cover of battery box along the arrow direction.
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make sure the position of "+" polar and "-" polar
are correct.
3. Reinstall the cover of battery box.
signal sender
battery
reinstall
remove
Cover of battery box
NOTICE
Ɣ'XULQJRSHUDWLRQSRLQWWKHUHPRWHFRntrol signal sender at the receiving
window on indoor unit.
Ɣ The distance between signal sender and receiving window should be no
more than 8m, and there should be no obstacles between them.
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or wireless telephone; remote controller should be close to indoor unit during
operation.
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batteries.
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replace batteries.
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Emergency operation
If remote controller is lost or damaged, please use auxiliary button to turn
on or turn off the air conditioner. The operation in details are as below:
air conditioner. When the air conditioner is turned on, it will operate under
auto mode.
panel
aux. button
WARNING:
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Clean and Maintenance
WARNING
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conditioner to avoid electric shock.
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or wet cloth to wipe it.
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Clean and Maintenance
1
Open panel
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Clean and Maintenance
NOTICE: Checking before use-season
1. Check whether air inlets and air outlets are blocked.
2. Check whether air switch, plug and socket are in good condition.
4. Check whether mounting bracket for outdoor unit is damaged or corroded.
If yes, please contact dealer.
5. Check whether drainage pipe is damaged.
NOTICE: Checking after use-season
1. Disconnect power supply.
3. Check whether mounting bracket for outdoor unit is damaged or corroded.
If yes, please contact dealer.
Notice for recovery
1. Many packing materials are recyclable materials.
Please dispose them in appropriate recycling unit.
2. If you want to dispose the air conditioner, please contact local dealer or
consultant service center for the correct disposal method.
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Malfunction analysis
General phenomenon analysis
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controller’s
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caused by expansion and/or
contraction of panel or other
parts due to the change of
temperature.
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At least 15cm
Space to the ceiling
Installation dimension diagram
Space to the wall
At least 15cm
At least 15cm
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Tools for installation
1 Level meter
2 Screw driver
3 Impact drill
4 Drill head
5 Pipe expander
6 Torque wrench
7 Open-end wrench
8 Pipe cutter
9 Leakage detector
10 Vacuum pump
11 Pressure meter
12 Universal meter
13 Inner hexagon spanner
Note:
14 Measuring tape
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Selection of installation location
Basic requirement
Installing the unit in the following places maycause malfunction. If it is unavoidable, please consult the local
dealer:
1.The place with strong heat sources,
,
or volatile objects spread in the air.
2.The place with high-frequency
devices (such as welding machine,
medical equipment).
3.The place near coast area.
4.The place with oil or fumes in the air.
5.The place with sulfureted gas.
6.Other places with special circumstances.
7.The appliance shall not be installed in the laundry.
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
1. There should be no obstruction near air
inlet and air outlet.
2. Select a location where the condensation water can be dispersed easily and
won't affect other people.
3. Select a location which is convenient to
connect the outdoor unit and near the
power socket.
4. Select a location which is out of reach
for children.
5. The location should be able to withstand
the weight of indoor unit and won't increase noise and vibration.
6. The appliance must be installed 2.5m
7. Don't install the indoor unit right above
the electric appliance.
8. Please try your best to keep way from
fluorescent lamp.
will not affect neighborhood.
2. The location should be well ventilated and dry, in which the outdoor unit
won't be exposed directly to sunlight or strong wind.
3. The location should be able to withstand the weight of outdoor unit.
4. Make sure that the installation follows the requirement of installation
dimension diagram.
5. Select a location which is out of reach for children and far away from animals
or plants.If it is unavoidable, please add the fence for safety purpose.
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Requirements for electric connection
Safety precaution
1. Must follow the electric safety regulations when installing the unit.
air switch.
3. Make sure the power supply matches with the requirement of air conditioner.
Unstable power supply or incorrect wiring or malfunction. Please install proper
power supply cables before using the air conditioner.
4. Properly connect the live wire, neutral wire and grounding wire of power socket.
5. Be sure to cut off the power supply before proceeding any work related to
electricity and safety.
7. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its
8. The temperature of refrigerant circuit will be high, please keep the interconnection cable away from the copper tube.
9. The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
Grounding requirement
grounding with specialized grounding device by a professional. Please make
sure it is always grounded effectively, otherwise it may cause electric shock.
2. The yellow-green wire in air conditioner is grounding wire, which can't be used
for other purposes.
3. The grounding resistance should comply with national electric safety regulations.
4. The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is accessible.
5. An all-pole disconnection switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm in
6. Including an air switch with suitable capacity, please note the following table. Air
switch should be included magnet buckle and heating buckle function, it can
protect the circuit-short and overload. (Caution: please do not use the fuse only
for protect the circuit)
Air-conditioner
Air switch capacity
09 12 18K
16A
24K
25A
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Installation of indoor unit
Step one: choosing installation location
rm it with the client.
Step two: install wall-mounting frame
1. Hang the wall-mounting frame on the wall; adjust it in horizontal position with the
plastic expansion particles in the holes.
3. Fix the wall-mounting frame on the wall with tapping screws (ST4.2X25TA) and
.
Step three: open piping hole
1. Choose the position of piping hole according to the direction of outlet pipe. The
position of piping hole should be a little lower than the wall-mounted frame,
shown as below.
18K
12K
Wall
Mark in the middle of it
Level meter
Space
to the
wall
above
PP
Wall
Wall
Space
to the
wall
above
PP
Space
to the
wall
above
PP
Left
ĭPP
Rear piping hole
Mark in the middle of it
Right
ĭPP
Rear piping hole
Left
ĭPP
Rear piping hole
Wall
Level meter
Space
to the
wall
above
PP
Right
ĭPP
Rear piping hole
24K
Wall
Mark in the middle of it
Space
to the
wall
above
PP
Left
ĭPP
Rear piping hole
Level meter
Wall
Space
to the
wall
above
PP
Right
ĭPP
Rear piping hole
Note: Please select the corresponding installation dimensional drawing according to actual wall-mounted plate.
2. Open a piping hole with the diameter oIĭRQWKHVHOHFWHGRXWOHWSLSH
position. In order to drain smoothly, slant the piping hole on the wall slightly
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Installation of indoor unit
Indoor
outdoor
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opening the hole.
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locally.
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ĭ
5-10
Step four: outlet pipe
2. When select leading out the pipe
from left or right, please cut off the
corresponding hole on the bottom
case.
1. The pipe can be led out in the
direction of right, rear right, left or
rear left.
right
left
right
left
rear right
rear left
cut off
the hole
1. Aim the pipe joint at the corresponding
bellmouth.
pipe joint
union nut
pipe
2. Pretightening the union nut with hand.
3. Adjust the torque force by referring to the following sheet. Place the open-end
wrench on the pipe joint and place the torque wrench on the union nut. Tighten
the union nut with torque wrench.
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Installation of indoor unit
open-end
wrench
union nut
torque wrench
pipe
Hex nut diameter Tightening torque (N.m)
ĭ
a
ĭ
30~40
ĭ
5a
ĭ
a
ĭ
a
indoor pipe
4. Wrap the indoor pipe and joint of connection pipe with insulating pipe, and
then wrap it with tape.
insulating pipe
Step six: install drain hose
1. Connect the drain hose to the outlet pipe of
indoor unit.
drain hose
2. Bind the joint with tape.
outlet pipe
drain hose
outlet
pipe
tape
drain hose
Note:
Ɣ Add insulating pipe in the indoor
drain hose in order to prevent
condensation.
Ɣ The plastic expansion particles are
not provided.
insulating pipe
Step seven: connect wire of indoor unit
panel
screw
1. Open the panel, remove the screw
on the wiring cover and then take
down the cover.
wiring cover
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Installation of indoor unit
2. Make the power connection wire go
through the cable-cross hole at the back
of indoor unit and then pull it out from
the front side.
cable-cross
hole
power connection
wire
3. Remove the wire clip; connect the power connection wire to the wiring terminal
according to the color; tighten the screw and then fix the power connection wire
with wire clip.
N(1)
2
3
blue black brown
yellow-green
outdoor unit connection
4. Put wiring cover back and then tighten the screw.
5. Close the panel.
Note:
Ɣ All wires of indoor unit and outdoor unit should be connected by a professional.
for a new one. Avoid extending the wire by yourself.
installation.
Ɣ)RUWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUZLWKRXWSOXJDQair switch must be installed in the line.
The air switch should be all-pole parting and the contact parting distance should
be more than 3mm.
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Installation of indoor unit
Step eight: bind up pipe
1. Bind up the connection pipe, power
cord and drain hose with the band.
indoor unit
connection pipe
drain hose
band
indoor and
outdoor power cord
gas
pipe
indoor power cord
liquid pipe
3. Bind them evenly.
4. The liquid pipe and gas pipe should
be bound separately at the end.
band
drain hose
2. Reserve a certain length of drain
hose and power cord for installation
when binding them. When binding to
a certain degree, separate the indoor
power and then separate the drain
hose.
Note:
Ɣ The power cord and control wire
can't be crossed or winding.
Ɣ The drain hose should be bound
at the bottom.
Step nine: hang the indoor unit
1. Put the bound pipes in the wall pipe and then make them pass through the wall
hole.
2. Hang the indoor unit on the wall-mounting frame.
3. Stuff the gap between pipes and wall hole with sealing gum.
4. Fix the wall pipe.
5. Check if the indoor unit is installed firmly and closed to the wall.
indoor
wall pipe
upper hook
outdoor
sealing gum
lower hook of
wall-mounting frame
Note:
Ɣ'RQRWEHQGWKHGUDLQKRVHWRRH[FHssively in order to prevent blocking.
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Installation of outdoor unit
(select it according to the actual installation situation)
1. Select installation location according to the house structure.
2. Fix the support of outdoor unit on the selected location with expansion screws.
Note:
installing the outdoor unit.
ƔMake sure the support can withstand at least
four times of the unit weight.
Ɣ The outdoor unit should be installed at least
joint.
Ɣ)RUWKHXQLWZLWKFRROLQJFDSDFLW\RI:
a:, 6 expansion screws are needed;
IRUWKHXQLWZLWKFRROLQJFDSDFLW\RI:
a:, 8 expansion screws are needed;
IRUWKHXQLWZLWKFRROLQJFDSDFLW\RI:
a:H[SDQVLRQVFUHZVDUHQHHGHG
Step two: install drain joint
(Only for cooling and heating
unit)
1. Place the outdoor unit on the
support.
2. Fix the foot holes of outdoor unit
with bolts.
1. Connect the outdoor drain joint into
the hole on the chassis, as shown in
the picture below.
2. Connect the drain hose into the drain
vent.
drain vent
Drain hose
at least 3cm above the floor
foot holes
foot holes
chassis
outdoor drain joint
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Installation of outdoor unit
Step four: connect indoor and outdoor pipes
1. Remove the screw on the right handle of outdoor unit and then remove
the handle.
3. Pretightening the union nut with
hand.
pipe joint
screw
handle
yellowgreen
2. Remove the screw cap of valve and
aim the pipe joint at the bellmouth of
pipe.
4. Tighten the union nut with torque
wrench by referring to the sheet
below.
torque
Hex nut diameter Tightening
(N.m)
ĭ
a
ĭ
30~40
ĭ
4a
ĭ
a
ĭ
a
liquid pipe
gas pipe
liquid
valve
union nut
gas valve
1. Remove the wire clip; connect the power connection wire to the wiring terminal
according to the color; fix them with screws.
12K
N(1)
N
2
18Kʙ24K:
3
N(1)
L
blue black brown
yellowgreen
blue brown yellow(black) green
N
Indoor unit connection
yellowgreen
2
3
blue black brown
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Indoor unit connection
N
brown blue yellowgreen
L
L
POWER
L
N
POWER
Installation of outdoor unit
2. Fix the power connection wire and signal control wire with wire clip (only for
cooling and heating unit).
Note:
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Step six: neaten the pipes
1. The pipes should be placed along the wall,
bent reasonably and hidden possibly. Min.
semidiameter of bending the pipe is 10cm.
wall
2. If the outdoor unit is higher than the wall
hole, you must set a U-shaped curve in the
pipe before pipe goes into the room, in
order to prevent rain from getting into the
room.
U-shaped curve
drain hose
Note:
Ɣ The through-wal height of drain hose
shouldn't be higher than the outlet
pipe hole of indoor unit.
Ɣ6ODQWWKHGUDLQKRVHVOLJKWO\GRZ
nwards. The drain hose can't be
the drain hose
can't raise
upwards.
The drain hose can't be fluctuant
Ɣ The water outlet can't be placed
in water in order to drain smoothly.
The drain hose
can't be fluctuant
The water outlet
can't be placed
in water
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The water
outlet can't be
fluctuant
Vacuum pumping
Use vacuum pump
1. Remove the valve caps on
liquid valve
the liquid valve and gas
piezometer
Lo
Hi
valve and the nut of refrigas valve
gerant charging vent.
valve cap
2. Connect the charging hose refrigerant charging
vent
of piezometer to the refrigerant charging vent of gas nut of refrigerant
valve and then connect the charging vent
other charging hose to the
vacuum pump
vacuum pump.
3. Open the piezometer cominner hexagon
pletely and operate for
spanner
10-15min to check if the
pressure of piezometer remains in -0.1MPa.
close
4. Close the vacuum pump
open
and maintain this status for
1-2min to check if the pressure of piezometer remains
in -0.1MPa. If the pressure decreases, there may be leakage.
5. Remove the piezometer, open the valve core of liquid valve and gas valve
completely with inner hexagon spanner.
6. Tighten the screw caps of valves and refrigerant charging vent.
7. Reinstall the handle.
Leakage detection
1. With leakage detector:
Check if there is leakage with leakage detector.
2. With soap water:
If leakage detector is not available, please use soap water for leakage detection.
Apply soap water at the suspected position and keep the soap water for more
than 3min. If there are air bubbles coming out of this position, there's a leakage.
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Check after installation
Items to be checked
Possible malfunction
The unit may drop, shake or emit noise.
Have you done the refrigerant leakage
test?
(heating) capacity.
It may cause condensation and water
dripping.
Is water drained well?
It may cause condensation and water
dripping.
Is the voltage of power supply according to the voltage marked on the
nameplate?
It may cause malfunction or damaging
the parts.
Is electric wiring and pipeline installed
correctly?
It may cause malfunction or damaging
the parts.
Is the unit grounded securely?
It may cause electric leakage.
Does the power cord follow the speci-
It may cause malfunction or damaging
the parts.
Is there any obstruction in the air inlet
and outlet?
(heating) capacity.
The dust and sundries caused during
installation are removed?
It may cause malfunction or damaging
the parts.
The gas valve and liquid valve of
connection pipe are open completely?
(heating) capacity.
Is the inlet and outlet of piping hole
been covered?
It may cause insufficient cooling
(heating) capacity or waster eletricity.
Test operation
1. Preparation of test operation
Ɣ The client approves the air conditioner.
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2. Method of test operation
Ɣ3XWWKURXJKWKHSRZHr, press ON/OFF button on the remote controller to start
operation.
Ɣ3UHVV02'(EXWWRQWRVHOHFW AUTO, COOL, DRY, F$1DQG+(AT to check
whether the operation is normal or not.
Ɣ,IWKHDPELHQWWHPSHUDWXUHLVORZHUWKDQć , the air conditioner can’t
start cooling.
36
Configuration of connection pipe
1. Standard length of connection pipe
ƔPPP
0LQOHQJWKRIFRQQHFWLRQSLSHLVP
0D[OHQJWKRIFRQQHFWLRQSLSHDQGPD[KLJKGLfference.
Cooling
FDSDFLW\
Max length
Max height
of connecdifference
tion pipe
Cooling
FDSDFLW\
Max length
Max height
of connecdifference
tion pipe
%WXK
:
%WXK
:
10
%WXK
:
%WXK
:
10
%WXK
:
%WXK
:
20
%WXK
:
20
10
%WXK
:
20
%WXK
:
10
%WXK
:
20
4. The additional refrigerant oil and refrigerant charging required after prolonging
connection pipe
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VWDQGDUGOHQJWK\RXVKRXOGDGGPORIUHIULJHUDQWRLOIRUHDFKDGGLWLRQDOP
of connection pipe.
Ɣ The calculation Pethod of additional refrigerant charging DPount (on the Easis
of liquid pipe):
$GGLWLRQDOUHIULJHUDQWFKDUJLQJDPRXQW = prolonged length of liquid pipe ×
DGGLWLRQDOUHIULJHUDQWFKDUJLQJDPRXQWSHUPHWHU
ƔBasing on the length of standard pipe, add refrigerant according to the
requirement as shown in the table. 7KHDGGLWLRQDOUHIULJHUDQWFKDUJLQJDPRXQW
SHUPHWHULVGLfIHUHQWDFFRUGLQJWRWKHGLDPHWHURIOLTXLGSLSH6HHWKH
following sheet.
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Configuration of connection pipe
Additional refrigerant charging amount for R22, R407C, R410A and R134a
Diameter of connection pipe
Outdoor unit throttle
Liquid pipe(mm)
Gas pipe(mm)
ĭ
ĭRUĭ
20
ĭRUĭ
ĭRUĭ
ĭ
ĭRUĭ
30
120
ĭ
ĭRUĭ
120
ĭ
_
ĭ
_
Cooling only(g/m) Cooling and heating(g/m)
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Pipe expanding method
Note:
Improper pipe expanding is the main cause of refrigerant leakage. Please expand
the pipe according to the following steps:
A: Cut the pipe
E: Expand the port
Ɣ([SDQGWKHSRUWZLWKH[SDQGHr.
the distance of indoor unit and
outdoor unit.
Ɣ&XWWKHUHTXLUHGSLSHZLWKSLSHFXWWHr.
hard
mold
expander
pipe
pipe
pipe cutter
leaning
uneven
Note:
Ɣ$LVGLfferent according to the
diameter, please refer to the sheet
below:
burr
B: Remove the burrs
Ɣ5HPRYHWKHEXUUVZLWKVKDSHUDQG
prevent the burrs from getting into
the pipe.
pipe
shaper
downwards
A(mm)
Outer diameter
(mm)
Max
Min
ĭ
ĭ
ĭ
ĭ
F: Inspection
Ɣ&KHFNWKHTXDOLW\RIH[SDQGLQJSRUW
,IWKHUHLVDQ\EOHPLVKH[SDQGWKH
port again according to the steps
above.
C: Put on suitable insulating pipe
D: Put on the union nut
Ɣ5HPRYHWKHXQLRQQXWRQWKHLQGRRU
connection pipe and outdoor valve;
install the union nut on the pipe.
smooth surface
improper expanding
union pipe
leaning
pipe
WKHOHQJWKLVHTXDl
39
damaged
surface
crack
uneven
thickness
Wired Controller (Optional)
If the product you bought is equipped with wired controller, please
refer to the following introductions of wired controller.
1 Displaying Part
Fig1.1.1 Outline of wired controller
1.1 LCD Display of Wired Controller
Fig.1.1.2 LCD display
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Wired Controller (Optional)
1.2 Instruction to LCD Display
Table 1.1
No.
Symbols
Description
1
Swing function
2
Air exchange function (this function is yet unavailable for this unit).
3
Sleep function (Only sleep 1).
4
Each kind of running mode of indoor unit (auto mode)
5
Cooling mode
6
Dry mode
7
Fan mode
8
Heating mode
9
Defrosting function for the outdoor unit.
10
Gate-control function (this function is yet unavailable for this unit).
11
Lock function.
12
SHIELD
13
Turbo
14
MEMORY
15
16
Turbo function state
Memory function (The indoor unit resumes the original setting state after
power failure and then power recovery).
It blinks under on state of the unit without operation of any button.
SAVE
17
Energy-saving function (this function is yet unavailable for this unit).
Ambient/setting temperature value
18
E-HEATER
19
BLOW
20
21
Shield functions (Button operation, temperature setting, On/Off operation,
Mode setting are disabled by the remote monitoring system.)
Electric auxiliary heating function.
Blow function.
Timing value.
QUIET
Quiet function (two types: quiet and auto quiet)
(this function is yet unavailable for this unit).
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Wired Controller (Optional)
2 Buttons
2.1 Layout of Buttons
2.2 Functions of Buttons
Table 2.1
No.
Name
1
Enter/Cancel
2
Ÿ
6
ź
3
Fan
4
Mode
5
Function
7
Timer
Timer setting.
8
On/Off
Turn on/off the indoor unit
4+2
Ÿ0RGH
Function
Function selection and cancellation.
ķ .Running temperature setting of the indoor unit, range:16~30oC.
ĸ .Timer setting, range:0.5-24 hr.
Setting of the high/middle/low/auto fan speed.
Setting of the Cooling/Heating/Fan/Dry/Auto mode of the indoor unit.
Switchover among the functions of Turbo/Save/E-heater/Blow etc..
Press them for 5s under off state of the unit to enter/cancel the Memory
function(If memory is set, indoor unit after power failure and then power
recovery will resume the original setting state. If not, the indoor unit is
defaulted to be off after power recovery. Memory off is default before
delivery.).
By pressing them at the same time under off state of the unit,
3+6
)DQź
2+6
Ÿź
will be
will be
displayed on the wired controller for the cooling only unit, while
displayed on the wired controller for the cooling and heating unit.
Upon startup of the unit without malfunction or under off state of the
unit,press them at the same time for 5s to enter the lock state, in which
case,any other buttons won’t respond the press. Repress them for 5s to quit
this state.
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3 Operation Instructions
3.1 On/Off
Press On/Off to turn on the unit and turn it off by another press.
Note: The state shown in Fig.3.1.1 indicates the “Off” state of the unit after power on. The state
shown in Fig.3.1.2 indicates the “On” state of the unit after power on.
Fig.3.1.1 “Off” State
Fig.3.1.2 “On” State
3.2 Mode Setting
Under ON state of the unit, press the Mode to switch the operation modes as the following
sequence: Auto–Cooling–Dry–Fan–Heating.
3.3 Temperature Setting
Press Ÿor ź to increase/decrease the preset temperature. If pressing either of them
continuously, the temperature will be increased or decreased by 1°C every 0.5s,as shown in
Fig.3.3.1.
In the Cooling, Dry, Fan or Heating mode, the temperature setting range is 16°C~30°C.
In the Auto mode, the setting temperature is unadjustable.
Fig.3.3.1
Fig.3.4.1
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3.4 Fan Setting
Under the “On” state of the unit, press Fan and then fan speed of the indoor unit will change
circularly as shown in Fig.3.4.1.
Low
Middle
High
3.5 Timer Setting
Under on-state of the unit, Press Timer button to set timer off of the unit. Under off-state of the
unit, press Timer button to set timer on of the unit in the same way.
‡ Timer on setting:
Under off-state of the unit without timer setting, if Timer button is pressed, LCD will display xx.
Hour,with ON blinking. In this case, SUHVVŸ or ź button to adjust timer on and then press Timer to
‡ Timer off setting:
Under on-state of the unit without timer setting, if Timer button is pressed, LCD will display xx.
HourZLWK2))EOLQNLQJ,QWKLVFDVHSUHVVŸRUźEXWWRQWRDGMXVWWLPHURQDQGWKHQSUHVV Timer to
‡&DQFHOWLPHU
After setting of timer, if Timer button is pressed, LCD won’t display xx. Hour so that timer setting
is canceled.
Timer off setting under the “On” state of the unit is shown as Fig.3.5.1.
Fig.3.5.1 Timer off Setting under the “On” State of the Unit
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Wired Controller (Optional)
Timer on setting under the “Off” state of the unit is shown as Fig.3.5.2.
Fig.3.5.2 Timer on Setting under the “Off” State of the Unit
Timer range: 0.5-24hr. Every press of ŸRU ź will make the set time increased or decreased by
0.5hr. If either of them is pressed continuously, the set time will increase/ decrease by 0.5hr every
0.5s.
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3.6 Swing Setting
Swing On: Press Function under on state of the unit to activate the swing function. In this case,
Swing Off: When the Swing function is on, press Function to enter the Swing setting
blinking. After that, press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function. Swing setting is
interface,with
shown as Fig.3.6.1.
Fig.3.6.1 Swing Setting
Notes:
ķ . Sleep, Turbo or Blow setting is the same as the Swing setting.
ĸ . After the setting has been done, it has to press the key “Enter/Cancel” to back to the setting
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3.7 Sleep Setting
Sleep on: Press Function under the On state of the unit till the unit enters the Sleep setting
Sleep off: When the Sleep function is activated, press Function to enter the Sleep setting
status. After that, press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function.
In the Cooling or Dry mode, the temperature will increase by 1°C after the unit runs under
Sleep1 for 1hr and 1°C after another 1hr.After that, the unit will run at this temperature.
In the Heating mode, the temperature will decrease by 1°C after the unit runs under Sleep 1 for
1hr and 1°C after another 1hr. After that, the unit will run at this temperature.
Sleep setting is shown as Fig.3.7.1.
Fig.3.7.1. Sleep Setting
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3.8 Turbo Setting
Turbo function: The unit at the high fan speed can realize quick cooling or heating so that the
room temperature can quickly approach the setting value.
In the Cooling or Heating mode, press Function till the unit enters the Turbo setting status and
When the Turbo function is activated, press Function to enter the Turbo setting status and then
press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function.
Turbo function setting is as shown in Fig.3.8.1.
Fig.3.8.1 Turbo Setting
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3.9 E-heater Setting
E-heater (auxiliary electric heating function): In the Heating mode, E-heater is allowed to be
Once the wired controller or the remote controller enters the Heating mode, this function will be
turned on automatically.
Press Function in the Heating mode to enter the E-heater setting interface and then press
Enter/Cancel to cancel this function.
Press Function to enter the E-heater setting status, if the E-heater function is not activated,
and then press Enter/Cancel to activate it.
The setting of this function is shown as Fig.3.9.1 below:
Fig.3.9.1 E-heater Setting
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3.10 Blow Setting
Blow function: After the unit is turned off, the water in evaporator of indoor unit will be
automatically evaporated to avoid mildew.
In the Cooling or Dry mode, press Function till the unit enters the Blow setting status and then
press Enter/Cancel to active this function.
When the Blow function is activated, press Function to the Blow setting status and then press
Enter/Cancel to cancel this function.
Blow function setting is as shown in Fig.3.10.1
Fig.3.10.1 Blow Setting
Notes:
ķ . When the Blow function is activated, if turning off the unit by pressing On/Off or by the
remote controller, the indoor fan will run at the low fan speed for 2 min, with “BLOW” displayed on
the LCD. While, if the Blow function is deactivated, the indoor fan will be turned off directly.
ĸ . Blow function is unavailable in the Fan or Heating mode.
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Wired Controller (Optional)
3.11 Other Functions
a. Lock
Upon startup of the unit without malfunction or under the “Off” state of the unit, press Ÿ and źat
the same time for 5s till the wired controller enters the Lock function. In this case, LCD displays
.
After that, repress these two buttons at the same time for 5s to quit this function.
Under the Lock state, any other button press won’t get any response.
b. Memory
Memory switchover: Under the “Off” state of the unit, press Mode and Ÿ at the same time for
5s to switch memory states between memory on and memory off. When this function is activated,
Memory will be displayed. If this function is not set, the unit will be under the “Off” state after power
failure and then power recovery.
Memory recovery: If this function has been set for the wired controller, the wired controller after
power failure will resume its original running state upon power recovery. Memory contents: On/
Off, Mode, set temperature, set fan speed and Lock function.
4 Installation and Dismantlement
4.1 Connection of the Signal Line of the Wired Controller
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Ɣ/HWWKHVLQJOHOLQHRIWKHZLUHGFRQWUROOHUWKURXJKWKHUXEEHUULQJ
Ɣ&RQQHFWWKHVLJQDOOLQHRIWKHZLUHGFRQWUROWRWKHSLQVRFNHWRIWKHLQGRRUXQLW3&%
Ɣ Tighten the signal wire with ties.
Ɣ The communication distance between the main board and the wired controller can be up to
20 meters ( the standard distance is 8 meters)
4.2 Installation of the Wired Controller
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1
2
3
4
5
Fig.4.1 Accessories for the Installation of the Wired Controller
Table 4.1
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Name
6RFNHWER[
embedded
in the wall
Soleplate of
the Wired
Controller
Screw
M4X25
)URQW3DQHO
of the Wired
Controller
Screw
ST 2.9X6
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Wired Controller (Optional)
1
2
3
7
4
6
8
9
5
10
Fig.4.2
Fig.4.2 shows the installation steps of the wired controller, but there are some issues that need
your attention.
1) Prior to the installation, please firstly cut off the power supply of the wire buried in the
installation hole, that is, no operation is allowed with electricity during the whole installation.
2) Pull out the four-core twisted pair line from the installation holes and then let it go through
the rectangular hole behind the soleplate of the wired controller.
with screws M4X25.
4) Insert the four-core twisted pair line into the slot of the wired controller and then buckle the
front panel and the soleplate of the wired controller together.
CAUTION!
Please pay special attention to the followings during the connection to avoid the malfunction of
the air conditioning unit due to electromagnetic interference.
ķ . Separate the signal and communication lines of the wired controller from the power cord
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Wired Controller (Optional)
and connection lines between the indoor and outdoor unit, with a minimum interval of 20cm,
otherwise the communication of the unit will probably work abnormally.
ĸ . If the air conditioning unit is installed where is vulnerable to electromagnetic
interference,then the signal and communication lines of the wired controller must be the shielding
twisted pair lines.
4.3 Dismantlement of the Wired Controller
1
2
3
4
5 Errors Display
If there is an error occurring during the operation of the system, the error code will be displayed
on the LCD, as show in Fig.5.1. If multi errors occur at the same time, their codes will be displayed
circularly.
Note: In event of any error, please turn off the unit and contact the professionally skilled
personnel.
Fig.5.1
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Wired Controller (Optional)
Table 5.1 Meaning of Each Error
Error
Return air temperature sensor open/
short circuited
evaporator temperature sensor open/
short circuited
Indoor unit liquid valve temperature
sensor open/short circuited
Indoor gas valve temperature sensor
open/ short circuited
IPM temperature sensor open/short
circuited
Outdoor ambient temperature sensor
open/ short circuited
Outdoor unit condenser mid-tube
temperature sensor open/short circuited
Discharge temperature sensor open/
short circuited
Error
Code
Error
Error
Code
F1
Drive board communication error
P6
F2
Compressor overheating protection
H3
b5
Indoor and outdoor units unmatched
LP
b7
Communication line misconnected or
expansion valve error
dn
P7
E7
F3
Pump-down
Fo
F4
Jumper error
C5
F5
Forced defrosting
H1
Indoor and outdoor communication error
E6
Compressor startup failure
Lc
DC bus under-voltage protection
PL
High discharge temperature protection
E4
DC bus over-voltage protection
PH
Overload protection
E8
Compressor phase current sensing
circuit error
U1
Whole unit over-current protection
E5
Compressor demagnetization protection
HE
Over phase current protection
P5
PFC protection
Hc
Compressor desynchronizing
H7
IPM Temperature Protection
P8
IPM Current protection
H5
Over-power protection
L9
System charge shortage or blockage
protection
F0
Capacitor charging error
PU
High pressure protection
E1
Low pressure protection
E3
Compressor stalling
LE
Over-speeding
LF
Drive board temperature sensor error
PF
Indoor unit full water error
E9
AC contactor protection
P9
Anti-freezing protection
E2
Temperature drift protection
PE
AC input voltage abnormal
PP
Sensor connection protection
Pd
Whole unit current sensing circuit error
U5
DC bus voltage drop error
U3
4-way valve reversing error
U7
Outdoor fan 1 error protection
L3
Motor stalling
H6
Outdoor fan 2 error protection
LA
PG motor zero-crossing protection
U8
Compressor phase loss/reversal
protection
Frequency restricted/reduced with whole
unit current protection
Frequency restricted/reduced with IPM
current protection
Frequency restricted/reduced with high
discharge temperature
Frequency restricted/reduced with antifreezing protection
Frequency restricted/reduced with
overload protection
Frequency restricted/reduced with IPM
temperature protection
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