Samsung | AM071FN4DEH/TK | Samsung Компактный кассетный 1 поточный внутренний блок Installation guide

Cassette Type Series
Slim 1 Way cassette : AM✴✴✴FN1DEH✴
AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴
2 Way cassette : AM✴✴✴FN2DEH✴
4 Way cassette : AM✴✴✴FN4DEH✴
Air Conditioner
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DB68-03862A-08
Contents
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Selecting the Installation Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Indoor Unit Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Purging the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Connecting the Refrigerant Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cutting/Flaring the Pipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Performing Leak Test & Insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Drain pipe and Drain Hose Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Wiring Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Final Checks and User Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Providing information for user . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Instruction for packing and unpacking the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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Safety Precautions
Carefully follow the precautions listed below because they are essential to guarantee the safety of the equipment.
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ENGLISH
WARNING
Always disconnect the air conditioner from the power supply before servicing it
or accessing its internal components.
Verify that installation and testing operations are performed by qualified
personnel.
Verify that the air conditioner is not installed in an easily accessible area.
General information
X Carefully read the content of this manual before installing the air conditioner and store the manual in a safe place
in order to be able to use it as reference after installation.
X For maximum safety, installers should always carefully read the following warnings.
X Store the operation and installation manual in a safe location and remember to hand it over to the new owner if
the air conditioner is sold or transferred.
X This manual explains how to install an indoor unit with a split system with two SAMSUNG units. The use of other
types of units with different control systems may damage the units and invalidate the warranty. The manufacturer
shall not be responsible for damages arising from the use of non compliant units.
X The manufacturer shall not be responsible for damage originating from unauthorized changes or the improper
connection of electric and hydraulic lines. Failure to comply with these instructions or to comply with the
requirements set forth in the “Operating limits” table, included in the manual, shall immediately invalidate the
warranty.
X The air conditioner should be used only for the applications for which it has been designed: the indoor unit is not
suitable to be installed in areas used for laundry.
X Do not use the units if damaged. If problems occur, switch the unit off and disconnect it from the power supply.
X In order to prevent electric shocks, fires or injuries, always stop the unit, disable the protection switch and contact
SAMSUNG’s technical support if the unit produces smoke, if the power cable is hot or damaged or if the unit is very
noisy.
X Always remember to inspect the unit, electric connections, refrigerant tubes and protections regularly. These
operations should be performed by qualified personnel only.
X The unit contains moving parts, which should always be kept out of the reach of children.
X Do not attempt to repair, move, alter or reinstall the unit. If performed by unauthorized personnel, these operations
may cause electric shocks or fires.
X Do not place containers with liquids or other objects on the unit.
X All the materials used for the manufacture and packaging of the air conditioner are recyclable.
X The packing material and exhaust batteries of the remote control(optional) must be disposed of in accordance with
current laws.
X The air conditioner contains a refrigerant that has to be disposed of as special waste. At the end of its life cycle, the
air conditioner must be disposed of in authorized centers or returned to the retailer so that it can be disposed of
correctly and safely.
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Safety Precautions
Installing the unit
IMPORTANT: When installing the unit, always remember to connect first the refrigerant tubes, then the electrical lines.
Always disassemble the electric lines before the refrigerant tubes.
X Upon receipt, inspect the product to verify that it has not been damaged during transport. If the product appears
damaged, DO NOT INSTALL it and immediately report the damage to the carrier or retailer (if the installer or the
authorized technician has collected the material from the retailer.)
X After completing the installation, always carry out a functional test and provide the instructions on how to operate
the air conditioner to the user.
X Do not use the air conditioner in environments with hazardous substances or close to equipment that release free
flames to avoid the occurrence of fires, explosions or injuries.
X The air conditioner should be used only for the applications for which it has been designed: the indoor unit is not
suitable to be installed in areas used for laundry.
X Our units must be installed in compliance with the spaces indicated in the installation manual to ensure either
accessibility from both sides or ability to perform routine maintenance and repairs. The units’ components must be
accessible and that can be disassembled in conditions of complete safety either for people or things.
For this reason, where it is not observed as indicated into the Installation Manual, the cost necessary to reach and
repair the unit (in safety, as required by current regulations in force) with slings, trucks, scaffolding or any other
means of elevation won’t be considered in-warranty and charged to end user.
Power supply line, fuse or circuit breaker
X Always make sure that the power supply is compliant with current safety standards. Always install the air
conditioner in compliance with current local safety standards.
X Always verify that a suitable grounding connection is available.
X Verify that the voltage and frequency of the power supply comply with the specifications and that the installed
power is sufficient to ensure the operation of any other domestic appliance connected to the same electric lines.
X Always verify that the cut-off and protection switches are suitably dimensioned.
X Verify that the air conditioner is connected to the power supply in accordance with the instructions provided in the
wiring diagram included in the manual.
X Always verify that electric connections (cable entry, section of leads, protections…) are compliant with the electric
specifications and with the instructions provided in the wiring scheme. Always verify that all connections comply
with the standards applicable to the installation of air conditioners.
X Be sure not to perform power cable modification, extension wiring, and multiple wire connection.
- It may cause electric shock or fire due to poor connection, poor insulation, or current limit override.
- When extension wiring is required due to power line damage, refer to “How to connect your extended power
cables” in the installation manual.
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CAUTION
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ENGLISH
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Make sure that you earth the cables.
- Do not connect the earth wire to the gas pipe, water pipe, lighting rod or telephone wire.
If earthing is not complete, electric shock or fire may occur.
Install the circuit breaker.
- If the circuit breaker is not installed, electric shock or fire may occur.
Make sure that the condensed water dripping from the drain hose runs out properly and safely.
Install the power cable and communication cable of the indoor and outdoor unit at least 1m away from
the electric appliance.
Install the indoor unit away from lighting apparatus using the ballast.
- If you use the wireless remote control, reception error may occur due to the ballast of the lighting
apparatus.
Do not install the air conditioner in following places.
- Place where there is mineral oil or arsenic acid. Resin parts flame and the accessories may drop or
water may leak. The capacity of the heat exchanger may reduce or the air conditioner may be out
of order.
- The place where corrosive gas such as sulfurous acid gas generates from the vent pipe or air outlet.
The copper pipe or connection pipe may corrode and refrigerant may leak.
- The place where there is a machine that generates electromagnetic waves. The air conditioner may
not operate normally due to control system.
- The place where there is a danger of existing combustible gas, carbon fiber or flammable dust. The
place where thinner or gasoline is handled. Gas may leak and it may cause fire.
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Accessories
The following accessories are supplied with the indoor unit.
The type and quantity may differ depending on the specifications.
AM****N1DEH*
Dimension gauge Installation template Insulation drain
Flexible hose
Rubber
Installation manual
Flexible hose
Rubber
Installation manual
AM***FN2DEH*
Dimension gauge
Installation
template
Insulation drain
AM***FN4DEH*
Dimension gauge
Installation
Insulation pipe
template
Cable-tie
Drain hose
Installation manual
Clamp
Selecting the Installation Location
Indoor Unit
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There must be no obstacles near the air inlet and outlet.
Install the indoor unit on a ceiling that can support its weight.
Maintain sufficient clearance around the indoor unit.
Make sure that the water dripping from the drain hose runs away correctly and safely.
The indoor unit must be installed in this way, that they are out of public access. (Not touchable by the users)
Rigid wall without vibration.
Where it is not exposed to direct sunshine.
Where the air filter can be removed and cleaned easily.
CAUTION
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As a rule, the unit cannot be installed at a height of less than 2.5 m.
It is possible to install the unit at a height of between 2.2~2.5m from the ground, if the unit has a duct
with a well defined length (300mm or more) to avoid fan motor blower contact.
If you install the cassette or duct type indoor unit on the ceiling with humidity over 80%, you must
apply extra 10mm of polyethylene foam or other insulation with similar material on the body of the
indoor unit.
Space Requirements for Indoor Unit
AM✴✴✴FN1DEH✴/AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴/AM✴✴✴FN2DEH✴
ore
rm
ENGLISH
0
150
o
mm
150
0m
150
mo
0m
mo
rm
ore
rm
ore
ore
rm
0
150
o
mm
AM✴✴✴FN4DEH✴
ore
m or m
1500 m
15
00
mm
or
mo
15
re
00
mm
or
mo
re
ore
m or m
1500 m
•
The units must be installed according to distances declared, in order to permit accessibility from each
side, either to guarantee correct operation of maintenance or repairing products. The unit’s parts must
be reachable and removable completely under safety condition (for people or things).
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Do not hold the discharge while carrying the indoor unit to avoid the possibility of breakage. You must
hold the hanger plate on the corner and carry the indoor unit.
CAUTION
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Selecting the Installation Location
Insulation Guide
2 Way cassette
(Unit : mm)
D
185
B
A
880
570
C
E
Thickness: more than 10mm
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8
Indoor unit
A
B
C
D
E
5.2~7.2kw
(890x230x575)
880x185
880x185
570x185
570x185
880x570
Insulate the end of the pipe and some curved area by using separate insulator.
Dimension of the indoor unit
AM✴✴✴FN1DEH✴
1150 (Suspension position)
410
970
135
Drain hole
150
77
21
249
(Ceiling opening)
440
(Suspension position)
1035.8 (Ceiling opening)
50
40
25
52
85
Celling
500
1198
No.
Name
Description
1
Liquid pipe connection
ø6.35
2
Gas pipe connection
ø12.70
3
Drain pipe connection
OD ø32, ID ø26
4
Power supply connection
-
5
Air discharge grille
-
6
Air suction grille
-
9
ENGLISH
(Unit : mm)
Selecting the Installation Location
AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴
(Unit : mm)
1380 (Suspension position)
470
(Suspension position)
350
(Ceiling opening)
1260 (Ceiling opening)
450
50
Celling
155
23
42
90
138
1200
500
1410
10
No.
Name
Description
1
Liquid pipe connection
AM056JN1✴✴✴✴ : ø6.35 (1/4”)
AM071JN1✴✴✴✴ : ø9.52 (3/8”)
2
Gas pipe connection
AM056JN1✴✴✴✴ : ø12.70 (1/2”)
AM071JN1✴✴✴✴ : ø15.88 (5/8”)
3
Drain pipe connection
OD ø32, ID ø26
4
Power supply connection
-
5
Air discharge grille
-
6
Air suction grille
-
AM✴✴✴FN2DEH✴
(Unit : mm)
890
493
ENGLISH
919
117
25
575
136.5
157
650
725
1030
180
No.
230
Name
Description
1
Liquid pipe connection
✴✴056✴✴ : ø6.35
✴✴071✴✴ : ø9.52
2
Gas pipe connection
✴✴056✴✴ : ø12.7
✴✴071✴✴ : ø15.88
3
Drain pipe connection
VP25 (OD ø32, ID ø25)
4
Power supply connection
-
5
Air discharge grille
-
6
Air suction grille
-
11
Selecting the Installation Location
AM✴✴✴FN4DEH✴
(Unit : mm)
890~910 (Celling opening)
950
55
735 (Suspension position)
950
890~910 (Celling opening)
735 (Suspension position)
840
370
346
55
840
55
330
240
Sub duct connection
270
300
MODEL
A
mm
B
mm
Liquid pipe connection
12
✴✴071✴✴
✴✴090✴✴
✴✴112✴✴
✴✴128✴✴
✴✴140✴✴
204
204
246
288
253
253
295
337
ø6.35
Gas pipe connection
Drain Hose connection
✴✴045✴✴
✴✴056✴✴
ø12.7
mm
ø9.52
ø15.88
OD : ø32.0, ID : ø26.5
216
164
45
A
86
96
B
120
185
Indoor Unit Installation
It is recommended to install the Y-joint before installing the indoor unit.
1. Place the pattern sheet on the ceiling at the spot where you want to
install the indoor unit.
ENGLISH
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NOTE
Since the diagram is made of paper, it may shrink or stretch
slightly due to temperature or humidity. For this reason,
before drilling the holes maintain the correct dimensions
between the markings.
2. Insert bolt anchors, use existing ceiling supports or construct a suitable
support as shown in figure.
Concrete
Insert
Hole in anchor
Hole in plug
Suspension bolt (ø9.52 or M10)
3. Install the suspension bolts depending on the ceiling type.
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CAUTION
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Ceiling support
Ensure that the ceiling is strong enough to support the
weight of the indoor unit. Before hanging the unit, test the
strength of each attached suspension bolt.
If the length of suspension bolt is more than 1.5m, it is
required to prevent vibration.
If this is not possible, create an opening on the false
ceiling in order to be able to use it to perform the required
operations on the indoor unit.
4. Screw eight nuts to the suspension bolts making space for hanging the
indoor unit.
Nut
Washer
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CAUTION
You must install the suspension bolts more than four when
installing the indoor unit.
Rubber
Fasten the nut
5. Check the level of the indoor unit by using a leveler.
• A tilt of the indoor unit may cause malfunction of a built-in float switch
and water leaks.
Level
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Indoor Unit Installation
6. Adjust the height of the indoor unit by using the jigs.
• You should adjust the jigs and the pattern sheet to fit the cutting dimensions of ceiling.
• Noise may occur if you do not adjust the location of the indoor unit according to location of the jigs during
installation.
- Adjust the location of the indoor unit according to the jigs.
• Make sure that the indoor unit is installed at a level if the indoor unit slants too much, there can be water leaks.
AM✴✴✴FN1DEH✴/AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴
AM✴✴✴FN2DEH✴
15 mm
15 mm
Side view
Air inlet
45 mm
45 mm
Air outlet Ceiling
Jig
Ceiling
Ceiling
AM✴✴✴FN4DEH✴
17 mm
Indoor unit
Ceiling
17 mm
Jig
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When installing the indoor unit, make sure that it
is not installed too closely to the one side of the
opening on the ceiling.
7. Tighten the upper part nuts.
8. Remove the jigs after installing the indoor unit.
Purging the Unit
From factory the unit is supplied and set with a pre-charge of nitrogen gas (insert gas). Therefore, all insert gas must be
purged before connecting the assembly piping.
Unscrew the pinch pipe at the end of each refrigerant pipe.
Result: All inert gas escapes from the indoor unit.
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NOTE
To prevent dirt or foreign objects from getting into the
pipes during installation, do NOT remove the pinch pipe
completely until you are ready to connect the piping.
Gas refrigerant
port
Liquid refraigerant port
The designs and shape are subject to change
according to the model.
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Connecting the Refrigerant Pipe
There are two refrigerant pipes of differing diameters:
A smaller one for the liquid refrigerant
A larger one for the gas refrigerant
The inside of copper pipe must be clean & has no dust.
ENGLISH
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1. Before connecting the reprigerant pipe, open the cover side.
Refrigerant oil
2. Remove the pinch pipe on the pipes and connect the assembly pipes
to each pipe, tightening the nuts, first manually and then with a torque
wrench, a spanner applying the following torque.
Torque wrench
Spanner
Flare nut
Torque
Union
Outer Diameter (mm)
•
NOTE
kgf•cm
N•m
6.35
140~180
14~18
9.52
350~430
34~42
12.70
500~620
49~61
15.88
690~830
68~82
Must apply refrigerant oil on the flaring area to prevent a
leak.
3. Be sure that there must be no crack or kink on the bended area.
Cover side
The designs and shape are subject to change
according to the model.
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CAUTION
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Connect the indoor and outdoor units using pipes with flared connections(not supplied). For the lines,
use insulated, unwelded, degreased and deoxidized copper pipe,(Cu DHP type to ISO 1337), suitable for
operating pressures of at least 4200kPa and for a burst pressure of at least 20700kPa. Copper pipe for
hydro-sanitary applications is completely unsuitable.
For sizing and limits (height difference, line length, max. bends, refrigerant charge, etc.) see the
outdoor unit installation manual.
All refrigerant connection must be accessible, in order to permit either unit maintenance or removing
it completely.
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Cutting/Flaring the Pipes
1. Make sure that you prepared the required tools. (pipe cutter, reamer, flaring tool and pipe holder)
2. If you want to shorten the pipe, cut it using a pipe cutter ensuring that
the cut edge remains at 90° with the side of the pipe. There are some
examples of correctly and incorrectly cut edges below.
90°
Oblique
Rough
Burr
3. To prevent a gas leak, remove all burrs at the cut edge of the pipe using a reamer.
4. Carry out flaring work using flaring tool as shown below.
A
Flaring tool
Yoke
Die
Die
Clutch type
Wing nut type
Copper pipe
Flare nut
Copper
pipe
Depth [A (mm)]
16
Conventional flare tool
Outer diameter [D (mm)]
Flare tool for R-410A
clutch type
Clutch type
Wing nut type
6.35
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
1.5~2.0
9.52
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
1.5~2.0
12.70
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
1.5~2.0
15.88
0~0.5
1.0~1.5
1.5~2.0
5. Check if you flared the pipe correctly. There are some examples of ncorrectly flared pipes below.
Inclined
Damaged Surface
Cracked
ENGLISH
Correct
Uneven Thickness
6. Align the pipes and tighten the flare nuts first manually and then with
a torque wrench, applying the following torque.
N•m
6.35
140~180
14~18
8.70~9.10
9.52
350~430
34~42
12.80~13.20
12.70
500~620
49~61
16.20~16.60
15.88
690~830
68~82
19.30~19.70
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Flare shape
(mm)
2°
kgf•cm
Flare
dimension
(A, mm)
CAUTION
Connection Torque
90° ±2°
45° ±
Outer diameter
(D, mm)
R 0.4~0.8
In case of needing brazing, you must work with Nitrogen gas blowing.
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Performing Leak Test & Insulation
Leak test
LEAK TEST WITH NITROGEN (before opening valves)
In order to detect basic refrigerant leaks, before recreating the vacuum and
recirculating the R-410A, it’s responsible of installer to pressurize the whole
system with nitrogen (using a pressure regulator) at a pressure above
4.1MPa (gauge).
LEAK TEST WITH R-410A (after opening valves)
Before opening valves, discharge all the nitrogen into the system and
create vacuum. After opening valves check leaks using a leak detector for
refrigerant R-410A.
CAUTION
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Leak check
The designs and shape are subject to change
according to the model.
Discharge all the nitrogen to create a vacuum and charge the system.
Insulation
Once you have checked that there are no leaks in the system, you can insulate the piping and hose.
1. To avoid condensation problems, place T13.0 or thicker Acrylonitrile
Butadien Rubber separately around each refrigerant pipe.
NOTE
•
No gap
Always make the seam of pipes face upwards.
2. Wind insulating tape around the pipes and drain hose avoiding to
compress the insulation too much.
NBR(T13.0 or thicker)
3. Finish wrapping insulating tape around the rest of the pipes leading to
the outdoor unit.
Insulation cover pipe
4. The pipes and electrical cables connecting the indoor unit with the
outdoor unit must be fixed to the wall with suitable ducts.
Insulation pipe
Indoor unit
Be sure to overlap
the insulation
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CAUTION
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CAUTION
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Must fit tightly against
body without any gap.
All refrigerant connection must be accessible, in order to permit either unit maintenance or removing
it completely.
5. Select the insulation of the refrigerant pipe.
• Insulate the gas side and liquid side pipe referring to the thickness according to the pipe size.
• Indoor temperature of 30°C and humidity of 85% is the standard condition.
If installing in a high humidity condition, use one grade thicker insulator by referring to the table below.
If installing in an unfavorable conditions, use thicker one.
• Insulator’s heat-resistance temperature should be more than 120°C.
ENGLISH
Insulation Type (Heating/Cooling)
Pipe
Pipe size
Standard
[30°C, 85%]
Ø6.35 ~ Ø9.52
9t
High humidity
[30°C, over 85%]
Remarks
EPDM, NBR
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Ø12.7 ~ Ø50.80
13t
o
Ø6.35
13t
19t
Ø9.52~Ø25.40
Ø28.58~Ø44.45
Ø50.80
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o
19t
25t
25t
Internal temperature is
higher than 120°C
32t
38t
When installing insulation in places and conditions below, use the same insulation that is used for high humidity
conditions.
<Geological condition>
- High humidity places such as shoreline, hot spring, near lake or river, and ridge (when the part of the building is
covered by earth and sand.)
<Operation purpose condition>
- Restaurant ceiling, sauna, swimming pool etc.
<Building construction condition>
- The ceiling frequently exposed to moisture and cooling is not covered.
e.g. The pipe installed at a corridor of a dormitory and studio or near an exit that opens and closes frequently.
- The place where the pipe is installed is highly humid due to the lack of ventilation system.
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Performing Leak Test & Insulation
Refrigerant pipe before EEV kit and MCU or without EEV kit and MCU
•
You can contact the gas side and liquid side pipes but the pipes should
not be pressed.
When contacting the gas side and gas side pipe, use 1 grade thicker
insulator.
•
Insulation
Insulation
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Refrigerant pipe after EEV kit and MCU
•
•
Install the gas side and liquid side pipes, leave 10mm of space.
When contacting the gas side and liquid side pipe, use 1 grade thicker
insulator.
10mm
10mm
Gas pipe
•
CAUTION
•
•
•
Liquid pipe
Install the insulation not to get wider and use the adhesives on the connection part of it to prevent
moisture from entering.
Wind the refrigerant pipe with insulation tape if it is exposed to outside sunlight.
Install the refrigerant pipe respecting that the insulation does not get thinner on the bent part or
hanger of pipe.
Add the additional insulation if the insulation plate gets thinner.
Hanger
Additional insulation
a
a×3
20
10mm
Refrigerant pipe insulation
Drain pipe and Drain Hose Installation
Care must be taken when installing the drainpipe and drain hose for the indoor unit so that condensate water is
drained correctly outside.
1. Fix the flexible hose to the drainpipe.
•
•
•
-
The connection port of the flexible hose and PVC drainpipe must be
fixed with PVC adhesives.
Check out that the connected part doesn’t leak.
Drain pipe type
VP20
VP25
AM✴✴✴FN4DEH✴
•
•
•
•
•
Push the supplied drain hose as far as possible over the drain
socket.
Tighten the metal clamp as shown in the picture.
Wrap the supplied large sealing pad over the metal clamp and
drain hose to insulate and fix it with clamps.
Insulate the complete drain piping inside the building (field
supply).
If the drain hose cannot be sufficiently set on a slope, fit the hose
with drain raising piping (field supply).
Push the drain hose up to insulation when connecting the drain
hose to drain socket.
PVC Tube Joint +VP25
Flexible hose
VP20 (Drainpipe)
Metal clamp
Drain socket
Drain hose
Large
sealing pad
Drain piping
A-A’
Tighten the clamp to the maximum
until you can see eight holes.
2. Connect the flexible hose to the drain hose port.
• Make sure that a rubber ring is installed on the drain hose port.
• Drain hose port location differs depending on the unit types.
Drain hose port
3. Install the drain pipe as shortly as possible.
• Give a slightly slant to the drainpipe for proper drainage of condensate
water.
• There must be no gap on the connected part so that the drainpipe is
not separated from the flexible hose.
4. Insulate the drainpipe, and then fix it as indicated.
• Whole drainpipe should be insulated by 5t(or more) insulation to
prevent water condensation.
Insulation cover band
Insulation drainpipe
Insulation cover drain
Indoor
Unit
Band(Not supplied)
Drain
hose
port
Adhesives
Flexible
hose
Band
Drainpipe
Band
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AM✴✴✴FN1DEH✴/AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴/AM✴✴✴FN2DEH✴
Drain pipe and Drain Hose Installation
Drainpipe Connection
1. The drain pipe should be installed within 100mm from the flexible hose, lift up from 100mm to 550mm and lift
down 20mm or more.
2. Install horizontal drainpipe with a slope of 1/100 or more and fix it by hanger space of 1~1.5m.
3. Install the air vent in the horizontal drainpipe to prevent water flow back to the indoor unit.
NOTE
•
You may not need to install it if there were proper slope in the horizontal drainpipe.
4. The flexible hose should not be installed upward position, it may cause water flow back to the indoor unit.
5. Install U-trap at the end of the drainpipe to prevent a nasty smell to reach the indoor unit.
1~1.5m
100mm
or more
Air vent
300mm or less
Hanger
Flexible hose
100~550mm
or less
Horizontal drainpipe more
than 1/100 slope
Ceiling
Flexible hose Installation
Be horizontal
Indoor
Unit
Indoor
Unit
Max. 20mm
Flexible hose
•
Install horizontally
•
Max. allowable axis gap
Insulation
Indoor
Unit
•
22
Max. allowable bending angle
Connect to
indoor unit
Insulation
Max. 30˚
Flexible hose
(Apply adhesive
on the outside)
•
Connect to PVC
drain pipe
PVC drain pipe
(Apply adhesive
on the inside)
Handle with using adhesive not to block the inside
of flexible hose
Centralized Drainage
1. Install main air vent at the front of the farthest indoor unit from the main drain when installed indoor units are
more than 3.
2. You may need to install individual air vent to prevent water flow back at the top of each indoor unit drainpipe.
Main air vent
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1~1.5m
Hanger
Individual
air vent
550mm or less
Centralized horizontal drainpipe (more than 1/100 slope)
Main drainpipe
Testing the Drainage
You should test drainage after completing the installation.
Prepare a little water about 1.0 liter.
1. Open the cover water supply intake.
2. Pour water into the water supply intake.
AM✴✴✴FN1DEH✴/
AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴
AM✴✴✴FN2DEH✴
AM✴✴✴FN4DEH✴
Air outlet
Leveler
3. Operate the unit in the Cool mode and check a drain pump pumping.
4. Check drain water drops at the end of the drainpipe.
Drainpipe
Drain water drops
5. Make sure there is no water leak at the drainage.
6. When you finished the test, close the coverside.
•
CAUTION
When maintaining the air conditioner, remove condensate water remained in the drain pan by using a
drain port for maintenance.
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Wiring Work
Power and communication cable connection
1.
2.
3.
4.
Before wiring work, you must turn off all power source.
Indoor unit power should be supplied through the breaker(MCCB, ELB) separated by the outdoor power.
The power cable should be used only copper wires.
Connect the power cable{1(L), 2(N)} among the units within maximum length and communication cable(F1, F2)
each.
5. Connect F3, F4(for communication) when installing the wired remote Control.
Outdoor Unit
Wired Remote
Control
220-240V~
L
Indoor Unit 2
N
Indoor Unit 1
EEV kit
Indoor Unit 3
N
L
N
L
N
L
❈ ELB : Essential Installation
Indoor Unit 4
Indoor Unit 5
Indoor Unit 6
❈ Ceiling, wall-mounted indoor unit.
Selecting compressed ring terminal
Silver solder
Norminal
dimensions for
cable (mm2)
Norminal
dimensions
for screw
(mm)
B
Standard
dimension
(mm)
4
6.6
4
8
4
6.6
4
8.5
4
9.5
1.5
2.5
4
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D
d1
E
F
L
d2
t
Allowance
(mm)
Standard
dimension
(mm)
Allowance
(mm)
Standard
dimension
(mm)
Allowance
(mm)
Min.
Min.
Max.
Standard
dimension
(mm)
Allowance
(mm)
Min.
±0.2
3.4
+0.3
-0.2
1.7
±0.2
4.1
6
16
4.3
+0.2
0
0.7
±0.2
4.2
+0.3
-0.2
2.3
±0.2
6
6
17.5
4.3
+0.2
0
0.8
±0.2
5.6
+0.3
-0.2
3.4
±0.2
6
5
20
4.3
+0.2
0
0.9
Specification of electronic wire
MCCB
ELB
Power cable
Earth cable
Communication cable
Max : 242V
Min : 198V
XA
XA, 30mmA
0.1 s
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
0.75~1.5mm2
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•
Power supply
Decide the capacity of ELB and MCCB by below formula.
The capacity of ELB, MCCB X [A] = 1.25 X 1.1 X ΣAi
✴ X : The capacity of ELB, MCCB
✴ ΣAi : Sum of Rating currents of each indoor unit.
✴ Refer to each installation manual about the rating current of indoor unit.
✴ Rating current
•
Unit
Model
Rating current
AM✴✴✴FN1DEH✴
✴✴022✴✴
✴✴028✴✴
✴✴036✴✴
0.20A
0.23A
0.25A
AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴
✴✴056✴✴
✴✴071✴✴
0.28A
0.40A
AM✴✴✴FN2DEH✴
✴✴056✴✴
✴✴071✴✴
0.38A
0.40A
AM✴✴✴FN4DEH✴
✴✴045✴✴
✴✴056✴✴
✴✴071✴✴
✴✴090✴✴
✴✴112✴✴
✴✴128✴✴
✴✴140✴✴
0.22A
0.22A
0.31A
0.43A
0.55A
0.51A
0.62A
Decide the power cable specification and maximum length within 10% power drop among indoor units.
n
Σ
k=1
Coef×35.6×Lk×ik
(
)<
1000×Ak
10% of input
voltage[V]
✴ Coef: 1.55
✴ Lk: Distance among each indoor unit[m], Ak: Power cable specification[mm2]
✴ ik: Running current of each unit[A]
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Wiring Work
Example of Installation
-
Total power cable length L = 100(m), Running current of each units 1[A]
Total 10 indoor units were installed
ELB
10[A]
MCCB
9[A]
Indoor unit1
0[m]
•
10[m]
1[A]
Indoor unit2
Indoor unit10
20[m]
100[m]
Apply following equation.
n
Coef×35.6×Lk×ik
(
Σ
)<
1000×Ak
k=1
10% of input
voltage[V]
❈ Calculation
•
Installing with 1 sort wire.
2.5[mm2]
2.5[mm2]
-2.2[V]
-2.0[V]
220[V]
•
············ 2.5[mm2] ············
-(2.2+2.0+1.8+1.5+1.3+1.1+0.9+0.7+0.4+0.2)=-11.2[V]
208.8[V](Within 198V~242V)
it's okay
Installing with 2 different sort wire.
4.0[mm2]
220[V]
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-1.4[V]
4.0[mm2]
············ 2.5[mm2] ············
-1.2[V]
-(1.4+1.2+1.8+1.5+1.3+1.1+0.9+0.7+0.4+0.2)=-10.5[V]
209.5[V](Within 198V~242V)
it's okay
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tightening torque
N•m
kgf•cm
M3.5
0.8~1.2
8.0~12.0
M4
1.2~1.8
12.0~18.0
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•
•
•
Select the power cable in accordance with relevant local and national regulations.
Wire size must comply with local and national code.
Power Supply cords of parts of appliances for outdoor use shall not be lighter than polychloroprene
sheathed flexible cord. (Code designation IEC:60245 IEC 57 / CENELEC: H05RN-F or IEC:60245 IEC 66 /
CENELEC: H07RN-F)
You should connect the power cable into the power cable terminal and fasten it with a clamp.
The unbalanced power must be maintained within 10% of supply rating among whole indoor units.
If the power is unbalanced greatly, it may shorten the life of the condenser. If the unbalanced power
is exceeded over 10% of supply rating, the indoor unit is protected, stopped and the error mode
indicates.
To protect the product from water and possible shock, you should keep the power cable and the
connection cord of the indoor and outdoor units in the iron pipe.
Connect the power cable to the auxiliary circuit breaker.
An all pole disconnection from the power supply must be incorporated in the fixed wiring(≥3mm).
You must keep the cable in a protection tube.
Keep distances of 50mm or more between power cable and communication cable.
Maximum length of power cables are decided within 10% of power drop. If it exceeds, you must
consider another power supplying method.
The circuit breaker(MCCB, ELB) should be considered more capacity if many indoor units are connected
from one breaker.
Use round pressure terminal for connections to the power terminal block.
For wiring, use the designated power cable and connect it firmly, then secure to prevent outside
pressure being exerted on the terminal board.
Use an appropriate screwdriver for tightening the terminal screws. A screwdriver with a small head will
strip the head and make proper tightening impossible.
Over-tightening the terminal screws may break them.
See the table below for tightening torque for the terminal screws.
Wiring Work
How to connect your extended power cables
1. Prepare the following tools.
Tools
Crimping pliers
Connection sleeve
(mm)
Insulation tape
Contraction tube (mm)
Spec
MH-14
20xØ6.5(HxOD)
Width 19mm
70xØ8.0(LxOD)
Shape
2. As shown in the figure, peel off the shields from the rubber and wire of
the power cable.
- Peel off 20 mm of cable shields from the pre-installed tube.
CAUTION
Power cable
20
• For information about the power cable specifications for indoor
and outdoor units, refer to the installation manual.
• After peeling off cable wires from the pre-installed tube, insert a
contraction tube.
20
20
60
120
180
(Unit: mm)
20
Pre-installed tube for the power cable
3. Insert both sides of core wire of the power cable into the connection
sleeve.
ۘ Method 1
Push the core wire into the sleeve from both sides.
Connection sleeve
ۘ Method 2
Twist the wire cores together and push it into the sleeve.
Connection sleeve
4. Using a crimping tool, compress the two points and flip it over and compress another two points in the same
location.
- The compression dimension should be 8.0.
- After compressing it, pull both sides of the wire to make sure it is firmly pressed.
Compression
dimension
ۘ Method 1
ۘ Method 2
Compress it 4 times.
5 mm
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Compress it 4 times.
5 mm
5. Wrap it with the insulation tape twice or more and position your contraction tube in the middle of the
insulation tape.
Three or more layers of insulation are required.
ۘ Method 2
ۘ Method 1
Insulation tape
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40 mm
Insulation tape
35 mm
6. Apply heat to the contraction tube to contract it.
Contraction tube
7. After tube contraction work is completed, wrap it with the insulation tape to finish.
Insulation tape
CAUTION
WARNING
• Make sure that the connection parts are not exposed to outside.
• Be sure to use insulation tape and a contraction tube made of approved reinforced insulating materials
that have the same level of withstand voltage with the power cable. (Comply with the local regulations
on extensions.)
• In case of extending the electric wire, please DO NOT use a round-shaped Pressing socket.
- Incomplete wire connections can cause electric shock or a fire.
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Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
Set the indoor unit address and installation option with remote controller option.
Set the each option separately since you cannot set the ADDRESS setting and indoor unit installation setting option at
the same time. You need to set twice when setting indoor unit address and installation option.
The procedure of option setting
MR-DC00, MR-DH00
MR-EC00, MR-EH00
Entering mode for
option setting
Entering mode for
option setting
Option setting mode
Option setting mode
Mode change
High Temp Button
High Fan Button
Low Temp Button
Low Fan Button
Mode change
High Temp Button
High Fan Button
Low Temp Button
Low Fan Button
❇ The display of the remote controller may be different depending on the model.
Step 1. Entering mode to set option
1. Remove batteries from the remote controller.
2. Insert batteries and enter the option setting mode while pressing High Temp button and Low Temp button.
3.
Check if you have entered the option setting status.
Step 2. The procedure of option setting
After entering the option setting status, select the option as listed below.
CAUTION
Option setting is available from SEG1 to SEG 24
• SEG1, SEG7, SEG13, SEG19 are not set as page option.
• Set the SEG2~SEG6, SEG8~SEG12 as ON status and SEG14~18, SEG20~24 as OFF status.
SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12
0
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 SEG17 SEG18 SEG19 SEG20 SEG21 SEG22 SEG23 SEG24
2
30
X
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
On(SEG1~12)
Off(SEG13~24)
Option setting
1. Setting SEG2, SEG3 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG2 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG3 value.
Each time you press the button, … Status
will be selected in rotation.
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
SEG8
SEG9
SEG10
SEG11
SEG12
SEG14
SEG15
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SEG2
2. Setting Cool mode
Press Mode button to be changed to Cool mode in the ON status.
3. Setting SEG4, SEG5 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG4 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG5 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
4. Setting Dry mode
Press Mode button to be changed to DRY mode in the ON status.
5. Setting SEG6, SEG8 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG6 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG8 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
6. Setting Fan mode
Press Mode button to be changed to FAN mode in the ON status.
7. Setting SEG9, SEG10 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG9 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG10 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
8. Setting Heat mode
Press Mode button to be changed to HEAT mode in the ON status.
9. Setting SEG11, SEG12 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG11 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG12 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
10. Setting Auto mode
Press Mode button to be changed to AUTO mode in the OFF status.
11. Setting SEG14, SEG15 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG14 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG15 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
12. Setting Cool mode
Press Mode button to be change to Cool mode in the OFF status.
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Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
Option setting
Status
13. Setting SEG16, SEG17 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG16 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG17 value.
1. Each time you press the button,
rotation.
…
will be selected in
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
SEG20
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
SEG24
2. Setting Dry mode
Press Mode button to be change to Dry mode in the OFF status.
3. Setting SEG18, SEG20 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG18 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG20 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
4. Setting Fan mode
Press Mode button to be change to Fan mode in the OFF status.
5. Setting SEG21, SEG22 option
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG21 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG22 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
6. Setting Heat mode
Press Mode button to be change to HEAT mode in the OFF status.
7. Setting SEG23, SEG24 mode
Press Low Fan button( ) to enter SEG23 value.
Press High Fan button( ) to enter SEG24 value.
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
Step 3. Check the option you have set
After setting option, press
button to check whether the option code you input is correct or not.
Step 4. Input option
Press operation button
with the direction of remote control for set.
For the correct option setting, you must input the option twice.
Step 5. Check operation
1. Reset the indoor unit by pressing the RESET button of indoor unit or outdoor unit.
2. Take the batteries out of the remote controller and insert them again and then press the operation button.
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Setting an indoor unit address (MAIN/RMC/MCU)
1. Check whether power is supplied or not.
- When the indoor unit is not plugged in, there should be additional
power supply in the indoor unit.
2. The panel(display) should be connected to an indoor unit to receive option.
3. Before installing the indoor unit, assign an address to the indoor unit
according to the air conditioning system plan.
4. Assign an indoor unit address by wireless remote controller.
- The initial setting status of indoor unit ADDRESS(MAIN/RMC/MCU
port) is “0A0000-100000-200000-300000.”
•
F2
F1
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•
NOTE
Indoor Unit
1(L)
2(N)
Also set the MCU and Indoor units address by using Add-on → Change address on S-NET Pro 2.
(For more information, see the S-NET Pro 2 Help.)
From SEG13 to SEG18 is for setting MCU address.
- MCU models that can set address: MCU-S✴NEK2N, MCU-S4NEK3N, MCU-S1NEK1N
Option No. : 0AXXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX
Option
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
Explanation
PAGE
MODE
Setting Main
address
100-digit of indoor
unit address
10-digit of indoor
unit
The unit digit of an
indoor unit
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details
Indication
and Details
Option
Explanation
0
SEG7
PAGE
SEG8
1
Main
address
setting
mode
SEG9
Setting RMC address
0~9
100-digit
SEG10
Indication Details
-
0
No RMC
address
1
RMC
address
setting
mode
1
Option
SEG13
SEG14
Explanation
PAGE
-
Indication Details
Indication
and Details
No Main
address
A
Indication Details
Indication
and Details
0
SEG15
Setting MCU PORT
address
0~9
10-digit
SEG11
Group channel(*16)
0~9
A unit
digit
SEG12
Group address
Indication Details Indication Details
RMC1
SEG16
10-digit of MCU
address
0~F
RMC2
0~F
SEG17
SEG18
1-digit of MCU
MCU PORT address
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details
0
No MCU
PORT
1
MCU
PORT
address
setting
mode
2
0~1
10-digit
0~9
1-digit
A~F
PORT
Location
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Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
•
•
When “A”~”F” is entered to SEG5~6, the indoor unit MAIN ADDRESS is not changed.
If you set the SEG 3 as 0, the indoor unit will maintain the previous MAIN ADDRESS even if you input
the option value of SEG5~6.
If you set the SEG 9 as 0, the indoor unit will maintain previous RMC ADDRESS even if you input the
option value of SEG11~12.
You cannot set SEG11 and SEG12 as F value at the same time.
If the indoor unit is connected to the MCU, you can set the SEG 15~18.
If you want to set the indoor unit to ‘A’ port of MCU #1. (0A0000 – 100000 – 20101A -30000)
Setting an indoor unit installation option (suitable for the condition of each installation location)
1. Check whether power is supplied or not.
- When the indoor unit is not plugged in, there should be additional
power supply in the indoor unit.
2. The panel(display) should be connected to an indoor unit to receive
option.
3. Set the installation option according to the installation condition of an
air conditioner.
- The default setting of an indoor unit installation option is “020010100000- 200000-300000”.
- Individual control of a remote controller(SEG20) is the function that
controls an indoor unit individually when there is more than one indoor
unit.
4. Set the indoor unit option by wireless remote controller.
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Indoor Unit
1(L)
2(N)
F2
F1
02 series installation option
SEG2
0
2
SEG7
SEG8
1
Use of drain pump
SEG13
SEG14
2
SEG19
3
•
•
•
•
•
SEG3
SEG4
Use of external
room temperature
Evaporator Drying sensor / Minimizing
fan operation when
thermostat is off
SEG9
SEG10
SEG5
SEG6
Use of central
control
FAN RPM
compensation
SEG11
SEG12
Use of hot water
heater
EEV Step when
heating stops
-
-
ENGLISH
SEG1
SEG15
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
Setting the output
of external control
/ External heater
Use of external
signal / Cooling
S-Plasma ion
Buzzer control
Hours of filter usage
control
operation signal /
Free Cooling control
signal
SEG20
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
SEG24
Heating setting
Adjusted EEV step
compensation
Individual control of
of stopped unit
/ Removing
Motion detect sensor
a remote controller
during oil return /
condensate water in
defrost mode.
heating mode
1WAY / 2WAY / 4WAY MODEL: Drain pump(SEG8) will be set to ‘USE + 3minute delay’ even if the drain pump is set to 0.
1 WAY / 2WAY / 4WAY, DUCT MODEL : Number of hours using filter(SEG18) will be set to ‘1000hour’ even if the
SEG18 is set to exept for 2 or 6.
When setting the option other than above SEG values, the option will be set as “0”.
SEG5 central control option is basically set as 1 (Use), so you don’t need to set the central control option
additionally. However, if the central control is not connected but it doesn’t indicate an error message, you need to
set the central control option as 0 (Disuse) to exclude the indoor unit from the central control.
The output of hot water heater in SEG9 is generated from the hot coil part of the terminal board in duct models.
* The output of hot coil terminal is AC 220 V / 230 V
(The same as Indoor Unit’s input Power)
F1
F2
COM1
OUTDOOR
COMMUNICATION
•
V1
(+)
V2
(-)
DC 12 V
F3
F4
COM2
Wire Remote
Controller
1(L) 2(N) 1
L
2
N
AC
POWER
HOT
COIL
The external output of SEG15 is generated by MIM-B14 connection. (Refer to the manual of MIM-B14.)
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Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
02 series installation option(Detailed)
Option No. : 02XXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX
Option
Explanation
SEG1
SEG2
PAGE
MODE
SEG3
SEG4
Evaporator Drying
Use of external room temperature sensor / Minimizing
fan operation when thermostat is off
SEG5
SEG6
Use of central control
FAN RPM compensation
Details
Indication Details Indication
Details
Indication
Details
Indication
Use of External
room temperature
sensor
Minimizing fan
operation when
thermostat is off
0
Default
Default
0
Disuse
1
Use
Disuse
2
Disuse
Use (Heating) (*2)
3
Use
Use (Heating) (*2)
4
Disuse
Use (Cooling) (*2)
5
Use
Use (Cooling) (*2)
6
Disuse
Use (Heating /
Cooling) (*2)
7
Use
Use (Heating /
Cooling) (*2)
8
Disuse
Use (Cooling Ultra
Low Fan ) (*2)
9
Use
Use (Cooling Ultra
Low Fan ) (*2)
A
Disuse
Use (Heating /
Cooling Ultra Low
Fan ) (*2)
B
Use
Use (Heating /
Cooling Ultra Low
Fan ) (*2)
2
Use (5min) (*1)
Indication and
Details
0
4
2
Use (10min) (*1)
6
Use (30min) (*1)
Option
SEG7
SEG8
SEG9
Explanation
PAGE
Use of drain pump
Use of hot water heater
Indication Details Indication
Indication and
Details
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Details
0
Disuse
1
SEG10
Details
Indication
Details
0
Disuse
0
Disuse
1
Use
1
Use (*3)
2
When an indoor
unit stops,
drain pump
will operate for
3min
3
Use (*3)
1
Indication
Indication
Details
0
Disuse
1
RPM
compensation
2
High ceiling
KIT (4way
model only)
Use
SEG11
SEG12
EEV Step when heating stops
Indication
Details
0
Default
1
Adjusted EEV Step
setting
Option
Explanation
SEG13
PAGE
SEG14
SEG15
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
Use of external control
Setting the output of external control /
External heater signal / Cooling operation
signal / Free Cooling control signal
S-Plasma ion
Buzzer control
Hours of filter usage
Indication Details Indication
2
Option
SEG19
Explanation
PAGE
Indication
Details
Disuse
0
External control (Thermo On)
1
ON/OFF control
1
External control (Operation
On)
2
External heater signal (*4)
2
OFF control
3
Window ON/
OFF control
3
External heater signal (*4)
4
Cooling operation signal (*5)
5
Free Cooling control (Cooling
Thermo On) (*6)
6
Free Cooling control (Cooling/
Dry Thermo On) (*6)
SEG20
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
0
Disuse
0
Use buzzer
2
1000 Hour
1
Use
1
Disuse buzzer
6
2000 Hour
SEG21
Individual control of a remote Heating setting compensation / Removing
controller
condensate water in heating mode
SEG22
SEG23
Adjusted EEV step of stopped unit during oil return /
defrost mode.
Motion detect sensor
SEG24
Details
Indication Details Indication
Details
Indication
0
Indication and
Details
0 or 1
channel 1
2
channel 2
3
Removing
Heating condensate Indication
Setting
Water in
Compensation Heating
Mode
Default
Details
Disuse
1
2 °C
Disuse
2
5 °C
Disuse
3
Default
Use (*7)
0
Default
Indication
0
Disuse
1
Turn out in 30min.
without motion
2
Turn out in 60min.
without motion
3
Turn out in 120min.
without motion
4
Turn out in 180min.
without motion
5
Turn out in 30min.
without motion
or *advanced
function
6
Turn out in 60min.
without motion
& *advanced
function
7
Turn out in 120min.
without motion
& *advanced
function
8
Turn out in 180min.
without motion &
*advanced
function
channel 3
3
4
2 °C
Use (*7)
1
4
channel 4
5
5 °C
Details
Adjusted EEV positon
Use (*7)
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ENGLISH
Indication and
Details
Details
0
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
*Advanced function: Controlling cooling/heating current or power saving with motion detect.
(*1)
When Cooling or dry mode is off. The indoor fan operate in setting minutes.
(*2)
Minimizing fan operation when thermostat is off
- Fan operates for 20 seconds at an interval of 5 minutes in heat mode.
- Fan stops or operates Ultra low in Cooling when thermostat is off.
(*3)
1: Fan is turned on continually when the hot water heater is turned on,
3: Fan is turned off when the hot water heater is turned on with cooling only indoor unit
Cooling only indoor unit: To use this option, install the Mode Select switch(MCM-C200) on the outdoor unit and fix it as cool mode.
(*4)
When the following 2 or 3 is used as external heater On/Off signal, the signal for monitoring external contact control will not be
output.
2: Fan is turned on continually when the external heater is turned on,
3: Fan is turned off when the external heater is turned on with cooling only indoor unit
Cooling only indoor unit: To use this option, install the Mode Select switch(MCM-C200) on the outdoor unit and fix it as cool mode.
- If Fan is set to off for cooling only indoor unit by setting the SEG9=3 or SEG15=3, you need to use an external sensor or wired
remote controller sensor to detect indoor temperature exactly.
(*5)
When indoor unit is in cooling or Dry mode, The output signal is “ON”
(*6)
For free cooling control, Economizer controller is required.
(*7)
If the air conditioner operates the heating mode immediately after finishing the cooling mode, the condensate water in the drain pan
becomes water vapor by the heat of the indoor unit heat exchanger. Since the water vapor might be condensed on the indoor unit,
which may fall into a living space, use this function to get rid of the water vapor out of the indoor unit by operating the fan (for maximum
20 minutes) even when the indoor unit is turned off after cooling mode is turned to heating mode.
•
CAUTION
Do not install the electronic heater in the flow channel of the indoor unit fan.
Electronic heater should
not be installed.
Discharge side
Air Flow
Duct Indoor unit
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Suction side
05 series installation option
SEG1
SEG2
0
5
SEG4
SEG8
SEG9
(When setting SEG3)
(When setting SEG3)
Standard for mode change Time required for mode
Cooling Heating
change
SEG13
SEG14
SEG5
SEG6
(When setting SEG3)
Standard cooling temp.
Offset
(When setting SEG3)
Standard for mode change
Heating Cooling
SEG10
SEG11
SEG12
Compensation option
for Long pipe or height
difference between
indoor units
MTFC (*3)
-
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
SEG15
ENGLISH
SEG7
1
SEG3
Use of Auto Change Over
(When setting SEG3)
for HR only in Auto mode /
Use of Cooling only indoor Standard heating temp.
Offset
unit of HR
2
-
-
-
-
Control variables when using
hot water / external heater (*4)
SEG19
SEG20
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
SEG24
-
Forced FAN Operation for
Heating and Cooling
-
3
-
-
05 series installation option(Detailed)
Option No. : 05XXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX
Option
Explanation
SEG1
PAGE
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
MODE
Use of Auto Change
Over or Cooling only
for HR only
(When setting SEG3)
Standard heating temp. Offset
Indication Details Indication
Indication
and Details
0
Option
SEG7
Explanation
PAGE
1
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
Indication
0
Follow
product
option
0
0 °C
0
0 °C
0
0 °C
1
0.5 °C
1
0.5 °C
1
0.5 °C
1
Use Auto
Change
Over for
HR only
5
Use
Cooling
only
2
indoor
unit for
HR
SEG9
Details
2
1 °C
2
1 °C
2
1 °C
3
1.5 °C
3
1.5 °C
3
1.5 °C
4
2 °C
4
2 °C
4
2 °C
5
2.5 °C
5
2.5 °C
5
2.5 °C
6
3 °C
6
3 °C
6
3 °C
7
3.5 °C
7
3.5 °C
7
SEG8
SEG10
(When setting SEG3)
(When setting SEG3) Compensation option for Long
Standard for mode
Time required for pipe or height difference between
change Cooling indoor units
mode change
Heating
Indication Details Indication
Indication
and Details
Details
SEG5
SEG6
(When setting SEG3)
(When setting SEG3)
Standard for mode
Standard cooling
change Heating temp. Offset
Cooling
Details
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
0
1 °C
0
5min
0
Default
1
2
1.5 °C
2 °C
1
2
7min
9min
1
3
2.5 °C
3
11min
(*1) Height difference
is more than 30m or
(*2) Distance is longer
than 110m
4
5
6
7
3 °C
3.5 °C
4 °C
4.5 °C
4
5
6
7
13min
15min
20min
30min
2
(*1) Height difference is
15~30m or
(*2) Distance is
50~110m
SEG11
3.5 °C
SEG12
MTFC (*3)
Indication
Details
0
Default
2
Use
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Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
Option
SEG13
SEG14
SEG15
SEG16
SEG17
Explanation
Indication
Details
Indication and
Details
2
Option
Explanation
SEG19
PAGE
Indication
SEG20
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
Forcing FAN Operation for Heating and Cooling
Details
Details
Indication
Indication and
Details
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3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Cooling Fan Setting Heating Fan Setting
Disuse
Disuse
Disuse
Use (Fan: User setting)
Disuse
Use (Fan: High)
Disuse
Use (Fan: Low)
Use (Fan: User setting)
Disuse
Use (Fan: User setting) Use (Fan: User setting)
Use (Fan: User setting) Use (Fan: High)
Use (Fan: User setting) Use (Fan: Low)
Use (Fan: High)
Disuse
Use (Fan: High) Use (Fan: User setting)
Use (Fan: High)
Use (Fan: High)
Use (Fan: High)
Use (Fan: Low)
Use (Fan: Low)
Disuse
Use (Fan: Low) Use (Fan: User setting)
Use (Fan: Low)
Use (Fan: High)
Use (Fan: Low)
Use (Fan: Low)
SEG18
Control variables when using hot water / external
heater (*4)
Details
Indication Set temp. for heater Delay time for
On/Off
heater On
At the same time as
0
No delay
thermo on
At the same time as
1
10 minutes
thermo on
At the same time as
2
20 minutes
thermo on
3
1.5 °C
No delay
4
1.5 °C
10 minutes
5
1.5 °C
20 minutes
6
3.0 °C
No delay
7
3.0 °C
10 minutes
8
3.0 °C
20 minutes
9
4.5 °C
No delay
A
4.5 °C
10 minutes
B
4.5 °C
20 minutes
C
6.0 °C
No delay
D
6.0 °C
10 minutes
E
6.0 °C
20 minutes
SEG24
(*1)
SEG 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 additional information
Heating Thermo On
Cooling Thermo Off
Cooling Thermo On
Heating Thermo Off
When the SEG 3 is set as “1” and follow Auto Change Over for HR only operation, it will operate as follows.
Standard temp. for
Heating Cooling
Temp.
c
b
C
Standard temp. for Cooling
B
Ts
A
Set temp. for Auto
mode
D
a
Standard temp. for
Heating
d
Standard temp.
for Cooling Heating
A : Set with SEG4(˚C)
B : Set with SEG5(˚C)
C : Set with SEG6(˚C)
D : Set with SEG8(˚C)
Cooling/Heating mode can be changed when Thermo Off status is maintained during the time with SEG9.
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ENGLISH
Height difference : The difference of the height between the corresponding indoor unit and the indoor unit installed at the lowest place.
For example, When the indoor unit is installed 40m higher than the indoor unit installed at the lowest place, select the option “1”.
(*2)
Distance : The difference between the pipe length of the indoor unit installed at farthest place from an outdoor unit and the pipe length of the
corresponding indoor unit from an outdoor unit.
For example, when the farthest pipe length is 100 m(328 ft.) and the corresponding indoor unit is 40 m away from an outdoor unit, select the
option “2”. (100 - 40 = 60m)
(*3)
For MTFC option, MTFC(Multi Tenant Function Controller) kit is required.
(*4)
Heater operation when the SEG9 of 02 series installation option is set to using hot water heater or when SEG15 is set to using external heater
e.g. 1)
Setting 02 series SEG9 =”1” / Setting 05 series SEG18 = “0”: Hot water heater is turned on at the same time as the heating thermostat is on, and
turned off when the heating thermostat is off.
e.g. 2)
Setting 02 series SEG15 =”2” / Setting 05 series SEG18 =”A”:Room temp. ≤ set temp. + f(heating compensation temp.)
- External heater is turned on when the temperature is maintained as 4.5 °C for 10 minutes.
Room temp. > set temp. + f(heating compensation temp.)
- External heater is turned off when the temperature is maintained as 4.5 °C + 1 °C (1 °C is the Hysteresis for On/Off selection.)
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
Changing a particular option
You can change each digit of set option.
Option
SEG1
Explanation
SEG2
PAGE
MODE
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
The option mode
you want to change
The tens’ digit of an
option SEG you will
change
The unit digit of an
option SEG you will
change
The changed value
Indication
Indication
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
0~9
The
changed
value
0~F
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication
Indication and
Details
NOTE
Details
Option
mode
D
Details
1~6
Details
Tens’ digit
of SEG
0~9
Unit digit
of SEG
• When changing a digit of an indoor unit address setting option, set the SEG3 as ‘A’.
• When changing a digit of indoor unit installation option, set the SEG3 as ‘2’.
Ex) When setting the ‘buzzer control’ into disuse status.
•
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Indication
0
Option
CAUTION
Details
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
The tens’ digit of
an option SEG
you will change
The unit digit of
an option SEG
you will change
The changed
value
1
7
1
Explanation
PAGE
MODE
The option mode
you want to
change
Indication
0
D
2
If you are using heat pump model, mixed operation mode (two or more indoor units operating in
different operation mode simultaneously) is not available when the indoor units are connected to
same outdoor unit. If you set the master indoor unit with a remote controller, outdoor unit will operate
in the mode which was set in the master indoor unit.
Final Checks and User Tips
ENGLISH
To complete the installation, perform the following checks and tests to ensure that the air conditioner operates
correctly.
Check the followings.
• Strength of the installation site
• Tightness of pipe connection to detect a gas leak
• Electric wiring connections
• Heat-resistant insulation of the pipe
• Drainage
• Earth conductor connection
• Correct operation (follow the steps below)
Providing information for user
After finishing the installation of the air conditioner, you should explain the following to the user. Refer to appropriate
pages in the User’s Manual.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
How to start and stop the air conditioner
How to select the modes and functions
How to adjust the temperature and fan speed
How to adjust the airflow direction
How to set the timers
How to clean and replace the filters
•
NOTE
When you complete the installation successfully, hand over the User’s Manual and this Installation
Manual to the user for storage in a handy and safe place.
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Troubleshooting
Detection of errors
•
•
If an error occurs during the operation, an LED flickers and the operation is stopped except the LED.
If you re-operate the air conditioner, it operates normally at first, then detect an error again.
LED Display on the receiver & display unit
LED Display
1 Way cassette / 2 Way cassette
LED Display
Abnormal condition
Error
code
Error on indoor temperature sensor (Short or Open)
E121
1. Error on Eva-in sensor (Short or Open)
2. Error on Eva-out sensor (Short or Open)
3. Discharge sensor error (Short or Open)
Indoor fan error
E122
E123
E126
E154
1. Error on outdoor temperature sensor (Short or Open)
2. Error on cond sensor
3. Error on discharge sensor
Other outdoor unit sensor error that is not on the above list
1. When there is no communication between the indoor∙outdoor units
for 2 minutes
2. Communication error received from the outdoor unit
3. 3 miniute tracking error on outdoor unit
4. Communication error after tracking due to unmatching number of
installed units
5. Error due to repeated communication address
6. Communication address not confirmed
Other outdoor unit communication error that is not on the above list
Self diagnosis error display
1. Error due to opened EEV (2nd detection)
2. Error due to closed EEV (2nd detection)
3. Eva in sensor is detached
4. Eva out sensor is detached
5. Thermal fuse error (Open)
E221
E237
E251
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Green
(*Ice
Blue)
X
X
Red
(*Yellow
Green)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
E101
E102
E202
E201
X
X
X
X
E108
E109
E151
E152
E128
E129
E198
X
LED Display
Abnormal condition
COND mid sensor is detached
Refrigerant leakage (2nd detection)
Abnomally high temperature on Cond (2nd detection)
Low pressure s/w (2nd detection)
Abnomally high temperature on discharged air on outdoor unit (2nd
detection)
6. Indoor operation stop due to unconfirmed error on outdoor unit
7. Error due to reverse phase detection
8. Comp stop due to freeze detection (6th detection)
9. High pressure sensor is detached
10. Low pressure sensor is detached
11. Outdoor unit copression ration error
12. Outdoor sump down_1 prevetion control
13. Compressor down due to low pressure sensor prevention control_1
14. Simultaneous opening of cooling/heating MCU SOL valve
(1st detection)
15. Simultaneous opening of cooling/heating MCU SOL valve (2nd
detection)
Other outdoor unit self-diagnosis error that is not on the above list
Flowating s/w (2nd detection)
EEPROM error
E559
E425
E403
E301
E306
E428
E413
E410
E180
EEPROM option error
E163
Error due to incompatible indoor unit
E164
● On
Flickering
Green
(*Ice
Blue)
Red
(*Yellow
Green)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ENGLISH
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Error
code
E241
E554
E450
E451
E416
E181
E153
E162
X
X Off
•
•
•
If you turn off the air conditioner when the LED is flickering, the LED is also turned off.
If you re-operate the air conditioner, it operates normally at first, then detect an error again.
When E108 error occurs, change the address and reset the system.
Ex.) When address of the indoor unit #1 and #2 are set as 5, address of the indoor unit #1 will become 5 and indoor
unit #2 will display E108, A002.
• When error occurs on AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴ model, open the horizontal blade to see the LED.
* The LED color of AM✴✴✴JN1DEH✴ model
4 Way cassette
LED Display
Abnormal condition
Error code
Error on indoor temperature sensor (Short or Open)
E121
1. Error on Eva-in sensor (Short or Open)
2. Error on Eva-out sensor (Short or Open)
3. Discharge sensor error (Short or Open)
E122
E123
E126
Operation Defrost
X
Timer
Filter
X
X
X
X
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Troubleshooting
LED Display
Abnormal condition
Indoor fan error
E154
1. Error on outdoor temperature sensor (Short or Open)
2. Error on cond sensor
3. Error on discharge sensor
Other outdoor unit sensor error that is not on the above list
1. When there is no communication between the indoor∙outdoor units
for 2 minutes
2. Communication error received from the outdoor unit
3. 3 miniute tracking error on outdoor unit
4. Communication error after tracking due to unmatching number of
installed units
5. Error due to repeated communication address
6. Communication address not confirmed
Other outdoor unit communication error that is not on the above list
Self diagnosis error display
1. Error due to opened EEV (2nd detection)
2. Error due to closed EEV (2nd detection)
3. Eva in sensor is detached
4. Eva out sensor is detached
5. Thermal fuse error (Open)
1. COND mid sensor is detached
2. Refrigerant leakage (2nd detection)
3. Abnomally high temperature on Cond (2nd detection)
4. Low pressure s/w (2nd detection)
5. Abnomally high temperature on discharged air on outdoor unit (2nd
detection)
6. Indoor operation stop due to unconfirmed error on outdoor unit
7. Error due to reverse phase detection
8. Comp stop due to freeze detection (6th detection)
9. High pressure sensor is detached
10. Low pressure sensor is detached
11. Outdoor unit copression ration error
12. Outdoor sump down_1 prevetion control
13. Compressor down due to low pressure sensor prevention control_1
14. Simultaneous opening of cooling/heating MCU SOL valve (1st
detection)
15. Simultaneous opening of cooling/heating MCU SOL valve (2nd
detection)
Other outdoor unit self-diagnosis error that is not on the above list
Flowating s/w (2nd detection)
EEPROM error
E221
E237
E251
E102
E202
E201
X
Timer
Filter
X
X
X
X
X
X
E108
E109
E151
E152
E128
E129
E198
E241
E554
E450
E451
E416
E559
E425
E403
E301
E306
E428
E413
E410
E180
X
X
E181
E153
E162
E163
Error due to incompatible indoor unit
E164
Flickering
Operation Defrost
E101
EEPROM option error
● On
•
•
•
Error code
X
X
X
X Off
If you turn off the air conditioner when the LED is flickering, the LED is also turned off.
If you re-operate the air conditioner, it operates normally at first, then detect an error again.
When E108 error occurs, change the address and reset the system.
Ex.) When address of the indoor unit #1 and #2 are set as 5, address of the indoor unit #1 will become 5 and indoor
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Instruction for packing and unpacking the unit
Packing the unit as below procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Put the indoor unit onto the cushion-bottom.
Put the cushion-top onto the indoor unit.
Put the packing case from the top of set.
Seal the packing case.
•
Unpacking the unit as below procedure
ENGLISH
•
1. Take out the packing case from the set.
2. Take out the cushion-top.
3. Move the set from the cushion-bottom.
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Technical Specifications
MODEL
AM022FN1DEH/TK AM028FN1DEH/TK
CLIMATES CLASS
T1
T3
T1
T3
RATED VOLTAGE &
FREQUENCY
COOLING 0.20 A 0.20 A 0.23 A 0.23 A
RATED
CURRENT HEATING(H1)
0.20 A
0.23 A
RATED
COOLING
40 W
40 W
45 W
45 W
POWER
40 W
45 W
INPUT HEATING(H1)
COOLING
EER
HEATING(H1)
NET WEIGHT
10.0 kg
DIMENSIONS OF THE
970 x 410 x 135
UNIT [WxHxD]
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
MODEL
AM056FN2DEH/TK AM071FN2DEH/TK
CLIMATES CLASS
T1
T3
T1
T3
RATED VOLTAGE &
FREQUENCY
COOLING 0.38 A 0.38 A 0.40 A 0.40 A
RATED
CURRENT HEATING(H1)
0.38 A
0.40 A
RATED
COOLING
70 W
70 W
75 W
75 W
POWER
70 W
75 W
INPUT HEATING(H1)
COOLING
EER
HEATING(H1)
NET WEIGHT
20.0 kg
21.0 kg
DIMENSIONS OF THE
890 x 230 x 575
UNIT [WxHxD]
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
48
AM036FN1DEH/TK AM056JN1DEH/TK AM071JN1DEH/TK
T1
T3
T1
T3
T1
T3
220 - 240 V~ 50 Hz
0.25 A 0.25 A
0.25 A
50 W
50 W
0.28 A 0.28 A
0.28 A
55 W
55 W
0.40 A 0.40 A
0.40 A
80 W
80 W
50 W
55 W
80 W
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-
14.5 kg
1200 x 450 x 138
MADE IN KOREA
AM045FN4DEH/TK AM056FN4DEH/TK AM071FN4DEH/TK
T1
T3
T1
T3
T1
T3
220 - 240 V~ 50 Hz
0.22 A 0.22 A
0.22 A
32 W
32 W
0.22 A 0.22 A
0.22 A
32 W
32 W
0.31 A 0.31 A
0.31 A
45 W
45 W
32 W
32 W
45 W
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-
-
15.0 kg
840 x 204 x 840
MADE IN KOREA
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-
AM090FN4DEH/TK
T1
T3
AM112FN4DEH/TK
T1
T3
AM128FN4DEH/TK
T1
T3
AM140FN4DEH/TK
T1
T3
220 - 240 V~ 50 Hz
0.43 A
0.43 A
0.43 A
62 W
62 W
0.55 A
0.55 A
0.55 A
78 W
78 W
0.51 A
0.51 A
0.51 A
73 W
73 W
0.62 A
0.62 A
0.62 A
89 W
89 W
62 W
78 W
73 W
89 W
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-
-
-
15.0 kg
17.0 kg
840 x 204 x 840
840 x 246 x 840
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-
-
-
-
19.0 kg
840 x 288 x 840
MADE IN KOREA
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ENGLISH
MODEL
CLIMATES CLASS
RATED VOLTAGE &
FREQUENCY
COOLING
RATED
CURRENT HEATING(H1)
COOLING
RATED
POWER
HEATING(H1)
INPUT
COOLING
EER
HEATING(H1)
NET WEIGHT
DIMENSIONS OF THE UNIT
[WxHxD]
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
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