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MANUEL D’INSTALLATION
APPAREIL EXTÉRIEUR
Pour le personnel d’entretien autorisé uniquement.
MANUAL DE INSTALACIÓN
UNIDAD EXTERIOR
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INSTALLATION MANUAL
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AIR CONDITIONER
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INSTALLATION MANUAL
• Hazard alerting symbols
PART No. 9379069908-03
OUTDOOR UNIT
: Electrical
: Safety/alert
Contents
1.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................................................. 1
1.1. IMPORTANT! Please read before starting.......................................................... 1
1.2. Special precautions............................................................................................. 1
2.
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT............................................................................................. 2
2.1. Precautions for using R410A refrigerant............................................................. 2
2.2. Special tools for R410A refrigerant..................................................................... 2
2.3. Accessories......................................................................................................... 2
2.4. Optional parts...................................................................................................... 2
2.5. Operating range.................................................................................................. 2
3.
GENERAL SPECIFICATION........................................................................................ 3
3.1. Selecting circuit breaker and wiring.................................................................... 3
3.2. Selecting the pipe material.................................................................................. 3
3.3. Protection of pipes.............................................................................................. 3
3.4. Refrigerant pipe size and allowable piping length............................................... 3
3.5. For Pre-charge lengths....................................................................................... 3
3.6. If additional refrigerant is required....................................................................... 3
4.
INSTALLATION WORK................................................................................................ 3
4.1. Selecting an installation location......................................................................... 3
4.2. Installation dimensions........................................................................................ 4
4.3. Transporting the unit........................................................................................... 5
4.4. Drain installation.................................................................................................. 5
4.5. Secure the unit.................................................................................................... 5
5.
PIPE INSTALLATION-1................................................................................................ 5
5.1. Opening a knock out hole................................................................................... 5
5.2. Brazing................................................................................................................ 6
5.3. Flare connection (pipe connection)..................................................................... 6
5.4. Sealing test......................................................................................................... 7
5.5. Vacuum process................................................................................................. 7
5.6. Additional charging.............................................................................................. 7
If Necessary, Get Help
These instructions are all you need for most installation sites and maintenance conditions.
If you require help for a special problem, contact our sales/service outlet or your certified
dealer for additional instructions.
In Case of Improper Installation
The manufacturer shall in no way be responsible for improper installation or maintenance
service, including failure to follow the instructions in this document.
1.2. Special precautions
When Wiring
ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. ONLY A
QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN SHOULD ATTEMPT TO WIRE THIS SYSTEM.
• Do not supply power to the unit until all wiring and tubing are completed or reconnected
and checked.
• Highly dangerous electrical voltages are used in this system. Carefully refer to the wiring diagram and these instructions when wiring. Improper connections and inadequate
earthing (grounding) can cause accidental injury or death.
• Earth (Ground) the unit following local electrical codes.
• Connect all wiring tightly. Loose wiring may cause overheating at connection points and
a possible fire hazard.
When Transporting
Be careful when picking up and moving the indoor and outdoor units. Get a partner to
help, and bend your knees when lifting to reduce strain on your back. Sharp edges or thin
aluminum fins on the air conditioner can cut your fingers.
When Installing...
...In a Ceiling or Wall
Make sure the ceiling/wall is strong enough to hold the unit’s weight. It may be necessary
to construct a strong wood or metal frame to provide added support.
6.
ELECTRICAL WIRING................................................................................................. 8
6.1. Notes for electrical wiring.................................................................................... 8
6.2. Knock out holes for wiring................................................................................... 8
6.3. Wiring method..................................................................................................... 8
7.
PIPE INSTALLATION-2 ............................................................................................... 9
7.1. Installing insulation.............................................................................................. 9
7.2. Filling with putty................................................................................................... 9
8.
HOW TO OPERATE DISPLAY UNIT.......................................................................... 10
8.1. Display unit position.......................................................................................... 10
8.2. Description of display and button...................................................................... 10
...In Moist or Uneven Locations
Use a raised concrete pad or concrete blocks to provide a solid, level foundation for the
outdoor unit. This prevents water damage and abnormal vibration.
9.
FIELD SETTING......................................................................................................... 10
9.1. Field setting buttons.......................................................................................... 10
9.2. Function settings............................................................................................... 10
...In an Area with High Winds
Securely anchor the outdoor unit down with bolts and a metal frame.
Provide a suitable air baffle.
10. EXTERNAL INPUT AND OUTPUT............................................................................. 12
10.1. External input.................................................................................................... 12
10.2. External output.................................................................................................. 12
10.3. Connection method........................................................................................... 12
11. TEST RUN.................................................................................................................. 13
11.1. Pre-test run check items................................................................................... 13
11.2. Test operation method...................................................................................... 13
11.3. Check list........................................................................................................... 13
12. ERROR CODE........................................................................................................... 14
12.1. Error display mode............................................................................................ 14
12.2. Error code check table...................................................................................... 14
13. PUMP DOWN............................................................................................................. 15
13.1. Preparation for pump down............................................................................... 15
13.2. Pump down procedure...................................................................................... 15
NOTES: This manual describes how to install the air conditioner described above.
Handling and installation shall only be done by professionals as outlined in this
manual.
• Installation must be performed in accordance with the requirement of NEC (National
Electrical Code) and CEC (Canadian Electrical Code) by authorized personnel only.
• All products are manufactured to metric units and tolerances. United States customary
units are provided for reference only. In cases where exact dimensions and tolerances
are required, always refer to metric units.
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.1. IMPORTANT! Please read before starting
This air conditioning system meets strict safety and operating standards.
As the installer or service person, it is an important part of your job to install or service the
system so it operates safely and efficiently.
For safe installation and trouble-free operation, you must:
•
•
•
•
Carefully read this instruction booklet before beginning.
Follow each installation or repair step exactly as shown.
Observe all local, state, and national electrical codes.
Pay close attention to all warning and caution notices given in this manual.
WARNING:
CAUTION:
T
his symbol refers to a hazard or unsafe practice which can result in
severe personal injury or death.
This symbol refers to a hazard or unsafe practice which can result in
personal injury and the potential for product or property damage.
...In a Room
Properly insulate any tubing run inside a room to prevent “sweating” that can cause dripping and water damage to walls and floors.
...In a Snowy Area (for Heat Pump-type Systems)
Install the outdoor unit on a raised platform that is higher than drifting snow.
When Connecting Refrigerant Tubing
• Keep all tubing runs as short as possible.
• Use the flare method for connecting tubing.
• Apply refrigerant lubricant to the matching surfaces of the flare and union tubes before
connecting them, then tighten the nut with a torque wrench for a leak-free connection.
• Check carefully for leaks before opening the refrigerant valves.
NOTES:
Depending on the system type, liquid and gas lines may be either narrow or wide.
Therefore, to avoid confusion the refrigerant tubing for your particular model is specified
as either “small” or “large” rather than as “liquid” or “gas”.
When Servicing
• Turn the power OFF at the main circuit breaker panel before opening the unit to check
or repair electrical parts and wiring.
• Keep your fingers and clothing away from any moving parts.
• Clean up the site after you finish, remembering to check that no metal scraps or bits of
wiring have been left inside the unit being serviced.
• After installation, explain correct operation to the customer, using the operating manual.
WARNING
Never touch electrical components immediately after the power supply has been turned
off. Electrical shock may occur. After turning off the power, always wait 10 minutes or
more before touching electrical components.
• Be sure to read this manual thoroughly before installation.
• The warnings and precautions indicated in this Manual contain important information
pertaining to your safety. Be sure to observe them.
• Hand this Manual, together with the operating manual, to the customer. Request the
customer to keep them on hand for future use, such as for relocating or repairing the
unit.
WARNING
• Installation of this product must be done by experienced service technicians or
professional installers only in accordance with this manual. Installation by nonprofessional or improper installation of the product may cause serious accidents such
as injury, water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
If the outdoor unit is installed in disregard of the instructions in the installation manual,
it will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
• Do not turn on the power until all work has been completed. Turning on the power
before the work is completed can cause serious accidents such as electric shock or
fire.
• If refrigerant leaks when you are working, ventilate the area. If the leaking refrigerant
is exposed to a direct flame, it may produce a toxic gas.
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• Installation work must be performed in accordance with regulations, codes, or
standards for electrical wiring and equipment in each country, region, or the installing
place.
• Do not use this equipment with air or any other unspecified refrigerant in the
refrigerant lines. Excess pressure can cause a rupture.
• During installation, make sure that the refrigerant pipe is attached firmly before you
run the compressor. Do not operate the compressor under the condition of refrigerant
piping not attached properly with 3-way valve open. This may cause abnormal
pressure in the refrigeration cycle that leads to rupture and even injury.
• When installing and relocating the air conditioner, do not mix gases other than the
specified refrigerant (R410A) to enter the refrigerant cycle.
If air or other gas enters the refrigerant cycle, the pressure inside the cycle will rise to
an abnormally high value and cause rupture, injury, etc.
• For the air conditioner to work appropriately, install it as written in this manual.
• To connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit, use air conditioner piping and cables
available locally as standard parts.
This manual describes proper connections using such installation set.
• Do not use an extension cable.
• Do not purge the air with refrigerants but use a vacuum pump to vacuum the
installation.
• There is no extra refrigerant in the outdoor unit for air purging.
• Using the same vacuum pump for different refrigerants may damage the vacuum
pump or the unit.
• Use a clean gauge manifold, vacuum pump and charging hose for R410A exclusively.
• During the pump-down operation, make sure that the compressor is turned off before
you remove the refrigerant piping.
Do not remove the connection pipe while the compressor is in operation with 3-way
valve open. This may cause abnormal pressure in the refrigeration cycle that leads to
rupture and even injury.
• Dispose of the packing materials safely. Tear and dispose of the plastic packing bags
so that children cannot play with them. There is the danger of suffocation if children
play with the original plastic bags.
• 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.
• Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
CAUTION
• This unit must be installed by qualified personnel with a capacity certification of
handling refrigerant fluids. Refer to regulation and laws in use on installation place.
• Install the unit by following local codes and regulations in force in the place of
installation, and the installation instructions of the manufacturer.
• This unit is part of a set constituting an air conditioner. The unit must not be installed
alone or be installed with device not authorized by the manufacturer.
• Always use a separate power supply line protected by a circuit breaker operating on
all wires with a distance between contact of 3mm for this unit.
• To protect the persons, earth (ground) the unit correctly, and use the power cable
combined with an Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB).
• The units are not explosion proof, and therefore should not be installed in explosive
atmosphere.
• This unit contains no user-serviceable parts. Always consult experienced service
technician for repairing.
• When moving or relocating the air conditioner, consult experienced service
technicians for disconnection and installation of the unit.
• Children should be monitored to ensure they do not play with the device.
• Do not touch the aluminum fins of heat exchanger built-in the indoor or outdoor unit to
avoid personal injury when you install or maintain the unit.
• Do not place any other electrical products or household belongings under indoor unit
or outdoor unit. Dripping condensation from the unit might get them wet, and may
cause damage or malfunction of your property.
2. ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
2.1. Precautions for using R410A refrigerant
WARNING
• Do not introduce any substance other than the prescribed refrigerant into the
refrigeration cycle. If air enters the refrigeration cycle, the pressure in the refrigeration
cycle will become abnormally high and cause the piping to rupture.
• If there is a refrigerant leak, make sure that it does not exceed the concentration limit.
If a refrigerant leak exceeds the concentration limit, it can lead to accidents such as
oxygen starvation.
• Do not touch refrigerant that has leaked from the refrigerant pipe connections or other
areas. Touching the refrigerant directly can cause frostbite.
• If a refrigerant leak occurs during operation, immediately vacate the premises and
thoroughly ventilate the area. If the refrigerant comes in contact with a flame, it
produces a toxic gas.
• The basic installation work procedures are the same as conventional refrigerant
models.
However, pay careful attention to the following points:
-- Since the working pressure is 1.6 times higher than that of conventional refrigerant
(R22) models, some of the piping and installation and service tools are special. (See
the table below.)
Especially, when replacing a conventional refrigerant (R22) model with a new
refrigerant R410A model, always replace the conventional piping and flare nuts with
the R410A piping and flare nuts.
-- Models that use refrigerant R410A have a different charging port thread diameter
to prevent erroneous charging with conventional refrigerant (R22) and for safety.
Therefore, check beforehand. [The charging port thread diameter for R410A is
1/2-20 UNF.]
-- Be careful that foreign matter (oil, water, etc.) does not enter the piping than with
refrigerant models. Also, when storing the piping, securely seal the openings by
pinching, taping, etc.
-- When charging the refrigerant, take into account the slight change in the
composition of the gas and liquid phases. And always charge from the liquid phase
where refrigerant composition is stable.
2.2. Special tools for R410A refrigerant
WARNING
To install a unit that uses R410A refrigerant, use dedicated tools and piping materials
that have been manufactured specifically for R410A use. Because the pressure of
R410A refrigerant is approximately 1.6 times higher than R22, failure to use dedicated
piping material or improper installation can cause rupture or injury. Furthermore, it can
cause serious accidents such as water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
Tool name
Changes
Gauge manifold
Pressure is high and cannot be measured with a conventional
gauge. To prevent erroneous mixing of other refrigerants, the
diameter of each port has been changed.
It is recommended the gauge with seals –0.1 to 5.3 MPa (-1 to
53 bar) for high pressure. –0.1 to 3.8 MPa (-1 to 38 bar) for low
pressure.
Charging hose
To increase pressure resistance, the hose material and base
size were changed.
Vacuum pump
A conventional vacuum pump can be used by installing a
vacuum pump adapter.
Gas leakage detector Special gas leakage detector for HFC refrigerant R410A.
2.3. Accessories
WARNING
For installation purposes, be sure to use the parts supplied by the manufacturer or other
prescribed parts. The use of non-prescribed parts can cause serious accidents such as
the unit falling, water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
Following installation parts are supplied. Use them as required.
Keep this manual in a safe place, and do not discard any other accessories until the
installation work has been completed.
Name and shape
Q’ty
Description
This manual
Installation
manual
1
Drain pipe
1
To Drain installation
(Reverse cycle model only)
To Drain installation
Drain cap
5
Washer
1
If conduit holes do not fit, please use
a washer.
2.4. Optional parts
Parts name
Model name
External connect kit
(for External input/output)
UTY-XWZXZ3
2.5. Operating range
Outdoor
Cooling/Dry Mode
Heating Mode
Temperature
-5 to 115°F
(-20 to 46°C)
-5 to 75°F
(-20 to 24°C)
• If operated at a temperature beyond the specified operating range, a protection circuit
may be activated to stop the operation of the unit.
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Pipe diameter <Liquid/Gas>
(Standard)
3. GENERAL SPECIFICATION
3/8 (9.52) / 5/8 (15.88)
[in (mm)]
Max. piping length (L1)
3.1. Selecting circuit breaker and wiring
246 ft (75 m)
Min. piping length (L1)
16 ft (5 m)
Max. height difference (H1)
<Indoor unit to outdoor unit>
CAUTION
• Be sure to install a breaker of the specified capacity.
• Regulation of cables and breaker differs from each locality, refer in accordance with
local rules.
Voltage rating
1 ø 208/230 V (60 Hz)
Operating range
188-253 V
98 ft (30 m)
View (Example)
L1
Indoor unit
H1
*For the standard pipe diameter.
Cable
Cable size (AWG)
Cable type
Remark
Power supply
cable
AWG 14 to 10
Sheathed PVC
cable
2 wire + Earth (Ground)
Connection
cable
AWG 18 to 16
Sheathed PVC
cable
3 wire + Earth (Ground)
Select the correct cable type and size according to the country or region’s regulations.
Cable Length:Limit voltage drop to less than 2%. Increase cable gauge if voltage drop is
2% or more.
3.5. For Pre-charge lengths
3.5.1. For Pre-charge lengths
Piping length (L) *Pre-charge
66 ft ( 20m )
CAUTION
MODEL
42
48
MINIMUM CIRCUIT AMPACITY
25.2 A
28.3A
MAX. CKT. BKR. (MAXIMUM CIRCUIT BREAKER)
30 A
30 A
• B
efore starting work check that power is not being supplied to all poles of the indoor
unit and outdoor unit.
• Install all electrical works in accordance to the national standard.
• Install the disconnect device with a contact gap of at least 2/16 in (3 mm) in all poles
nearby the units. (Both indoor unit and outdoor unit)
• Install the circuit breaker nearby the units.
3.2. Selecting the pipe material
3.6. If additional refrigerant is required
3.6.1. If additional refrigerant is required
• When the piping is longer than pre-charge length, additional charging is necessary.
• For the additional amount, see the table below.
Additional charging amount
Single type
L1 > Pre-charge length
Piping length
CAUTION
• Do not use existing pipes.
• Use pipes that have clean external and internal sides without any contamination
which may cause trouble during use, such as sulfur, oxide, dust, cutting waste, oil, or
water.
• It is necessary to use seamless copper pipes.
Material: Phosphor deoxidized seamless copper pipes.
It is desirable that the amount of residual oil is less than 40 mg/33ft (10m).
• Do not use copper pipes that have a collapsed, deformed, or discolored portion
(especially on the interior surface). Otherwise, the expansion valve or capillary tube
may become blocked with contaminants.
• Improper pipe selection will degrade performance. As an air conditioner using R410A
incurs pressure higher than when using conventional refrigerant, it is necessary to
choose adequate materials.
Additional
charge
66 ft
98 ft
131 ft
165 ft
196 ft
230 ft
246 ft
(20 m)
(30 m)
(40 m)
(50 m)
(60 m)
(70 m)
(75 m)
None
14 oz
(400 g)
Rate
1 lb 12 oz 2 lb 10 oz 3 lb 8 oz 4 lb 7 oz 4 lb 14 oz 0.43 oz/ft
(800 g)
(1200 g) (1600 g) (2000 g) (2200 g) (40 g/m)
4. INSTALLATION WORK
Make sure to obtain the customer’s approval for selecting and installing the outdoor unit.
4.1. Selecting an installation location
NOTES:
Thicknesses of copper pipes used with R410A are as shown in the table.
Never use copper pipes thinner than those indicated in the table even if they are available
on the market.
Thicknesses of Annealed Copper Pipes (R410A)
Pipe outside diameter [in (mm)]
Thickness [in (mm)]
1/4 (6.35)
0.032 (0.80)
3/8 (9.52)
0.032 (0.80)
1/2 (12.70)
0.032 (0.80)
5/8 (15.88)
0.039 (1.00)
3/4 (19.05)
0.047 (1.20)
3.3. Protection of pipes
Protect the pipes to prevent the entry of moisture and dust.
Especially, pay attention when passing the pipes through a hole or connecting the end of
a pipe to the outdoor unit.
Location
Outdoor
Indoor
Working period
1 month or more
Less than 1 month
-
Protection method
Pinch pipes
Pinch or tape pipes
Pinch or tape pipes
3.4. Refrigerant pipe size and allowable piping length
CAUTION
WARNING
• Securely install the outdoor unit at a location that can withstand the weight of the unit.
Otherwise, the outdoor unit may fall and cause injury.
• Be sure to install the outdoor unit as prescribed, so that it can withstand earthquakes
and typhoons or other strong winds. Improper installation can cause the unit to topple
or fall, or other accidents.
• Do not install the outdoor unit near the edge of a balcony. Otherwise, children may
climb onto the outdoor unit and fall off of the balcony.
CAUTION
• Do not install the outdoor unit in the following areas:
-- Area with high salt content, such as at the seaside. It will deteriorate metal parts,
causing the parts to fail or the unit to leak water.
-- Area filled with mineral oil or containing a large amount of splashed oil or steam,
such as a kitchen. It will deteriorate plastic parts, causing the parts to fail or the unit
to leak water.
-- Area that generates substances that adversely affect the equipment, such as
sulfuric gas, chlorine gas, acid, or alkali. It will cause the copper pipes and brazed
joints to corrode, which can cause refrigerant leakage.
-- Area containing equipment that generates electromagnetic interference. It will cause
the control system to malfunction, preventing the unit from operating normally.
-- Area that can cause combustible gas to leak, contains suspended carbon fibers or
flammable dust, or volatile inflammables such as paint thinner or gasoline. If gas
leaks and settles around the unit, it can cause a fire.
-- Area where small animals may live. It may cause failure, smoke or fire if small
animals enter and touch internal electrical parts.
-- Area where animals may urinate on the unit or ammonia may be generated.
• Do not tilt the outdoor unit more than 3 degrees.
• Install the outdoor unit in a well-ventilated location away from rain or direct sunlight.
• If the outdoor unit must be installed in an area within easy reach of the general public,
install as necessary a protective fence or the like to prevent their access.
Keep the piping length between the indoor unit and outdoor unit within the allowable
tolerance.
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• Install the outdoor unit in a location that would not inconvenience your neighbors, as
they could be affected by the airflow coming out from the outlet, noise, or vibration. If
it must be installed in proximity to your neighbors, be sure to obtain their approval.
• If the outdoor unit is installed in a cold region that is affected by snow accumulation,
snow fall, or freezing, take appropriate measures to protect it from those elements.
To ensure a stable operation, install inlet and outlet ducts.
• Install the outdoor unit in a location that is away from exhaust or the vent ports that
discharge vapor, soot, dust, or debris.
• Install the indoor unit, outdoor unit, power supply cable, connection cable, and
remote control cable at least 3.3ft (1m) away from a television or radio receivers. The
purpose of this is to prevent TV reception interference or radio noise. (Even if they are
installed more than 3.3ft (1m) apart, you could still receive noise under some signal
conditions.)
Branch switch and
circuit breaker
3.3ft (1m)
or more
3.3ft (1m)
or more
When an obstruction is present also in the upward area [Unit: in (mm)]
(1) Obstacles at rear and above only
(2) Obstacles at rear, sides, and above only
Max.
20 (500)
Max.
20 (500)
60
(1500)
or more
40 (1000)
or more
12 (300)
or more
10 (250)
or more
10 (250) or more
20 (500)
or more
4.2.2. Multiple outdoor unit installation
• When routing the piping from the side of an outdoor unit, provide space for the piping.
• No more than 3 units must be installed side by side. When 3 units or more are arranged
in a line, provide the space as shown in the following example when an obstruction is
present also in the upward area.
Branch switch and
circuit breaker
When the upward area is open [Unit: in (mm)]
• If children under 10 years old may approach the unit, take preventive measures so
that they cannot reach the unit.
• Keep the length of the piping of the indoor and outdoor units within the allowable
range.
• For maintenance purposes, do not bury the piping.
(1) Obstacles at rear only
(2) Obstacles at front only
60 (1500) or more
4.2. Installation dimensions
12 (300) or more
(3) Obstacles at front and rear only
CAUTION
• The installation space shown in the following examples is based on an ambient
temperature under cooling operation of 95°F (35°C) (DB) at the air intake of the
outdoor unit. Provide more space around the air intake than shown in the examples if
the ambient temperature exceeds 95°F (35°C) (DB) or if the thermal load of all of the
outdoor units exceeds the capacity.
• Consider the transportation route, installation space, maintenance space, and access,
and install the unit in a location with sufficient space for the refrigerant piping.
• Observe the installation space specifications that are shown in the figures.
Keep the same space at rear air intake.
Provide the same space for the air intake at the rear of the outdoor unit.
If the installation is not performed according to the specifications, it could cause a
short circuit and result in a lack of operating performance. As a result, the outdoor
unit might easily be stopped by high-pressure protection.
Air intake
20 (500) or more
60 (1500) or more
When an obstruction is present also in the upward area [Unit: in (mm)]
(1) Obstacles at rear and above only
• Up to 3 units can be installed side by side.
• When 4 units or more are arranged in a line, provide the space as shown below.
Max. 12 (300)
60 (1500)
or more
Rear view
• Installation methods not shown in the following examples are not recommended.
Performance may drop significantly.
60 (1500)
or more
4.2.1. Single outdoor unit installation
20 (500) or more
4.2.3. Outdoor units installation in multi row [Unit: in (mm)]
When the upward area is open [Unit: in (mm)]
(2) Obstacles at rear and sides only
(1) Obstacles at rear only
(1) Single parallel unit arrangement
6 (150) or more
79 (2000) or more
6 (150)
or more
(3) Obstacles at front only
8 (200)
or more
8 (200)
or more
12 (300)
or more
24 (600) or more
40 (1000) or more
(2) Multiple parallel unit arrangement
(4) Obstacles at front and rear only
20 (500) or more
40 (1000)
or more
6 (150)
or more
40 (1000)
or more
119 (3000) or more
24 (600) or more
60 (1500) or more
NOTES:
• If the space is larger than stated above, the condition will be the same as when there is
no obstacle.
• Height above the floor level should be 50 mm or more.
• When installing the outdoor unit, be sure to open the front and left side to obtain better
operation efficiency.
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4.3. Transporting the unit
WARNING
Do not touch the fins.
Otherwise, personal injury could result.
CAUTION
When carrying the unit, hold the handles on the right and left sides and be careful.
If the outdoor unit is carried from the bottom, hands or fingers may be pinched.
• Carry slowly in the manner as shown on “Fig. B” holding the handles “Fig. A” in right
and left sides. (Be careful not to touch with hands or objects.)
• Be sure to hold the handles on the sides of the unit. Otherwise, the suction grilles on
the sides of the unit may be deformed.
Fig. A
4.5. Secure the unit
Suction grille
[Unit: in (mm)]
Handle
Handle
25-9/16
(650)
4-11/16
(119)
1-15/16 AIR
(50)
1-15/16
(50)
14-5/16 (363)
Suction grille
5/8 (16)
5-3/16
(132)
Fig. B
4 - Φ 12 Hole
4.4. Drain installation
CAUTION
• In places where the outdoor temperature drops to 32 °F (0 °C) or lower, the drain
water may freeze and may stop up the drain or cause other outdoor unit trouble.
Therefore take measures so that the drain water will not freeze and clog the drain.
• Please set up the outdoor unit in a high place and please do not arrange the frame of
installed stand under the drain port, because the water dropped from the drain port
repeats freezing and accumulating, and may block the drain port.
• In the area with heavy snowfall, if the intake and outlet of outdoor unit is blocked
with snow, it might become difficult to get warm and it is likely to because of the
breakdown. Please construct a canopy or baffle board. (local configured).
• When installing the drain pipe, plug all the holes other than the drain pipe mounting hole
in the bottom of the outdoor unit with the drain cap so there is no water leakage. (Reverse
cycle model only)
Bottom side
AIR
13/16 in
(20 mm)
Rear view
Front view
• Install 4 anchor bolts at the locations indicated with arrows in the above figure.
• To reduce vibration, do not install the unit directly on the ground. Install it on a secure
base (such as concrete blocks).
• The foundation shall support the legs of the unit and have a width of 2 in (50 mm) or more.
• Depending on the installation conditions, the outdoor unit may spread its vibration
during operation, which may cause noise and vibration. Therefore, attach damping
materials (such as damping pads) to the outdoor unit during installation.
• Install the foundation, making sure that there is enough space for installing the
connection pipes.
• Secure the unit to a solid block using foundation bolts. (Use 4 sets of commercially
available M10 bolts, nuts, and washers.)
• The bolts should protrude 13/16 in (20 mm).
(Refer to the figure below.)
• If overturning prevention is required, purchase the necessary commercially available
items.
Bolt
Nut
Base
Drain cap (accessories)
mounting place
Fix securely with bolts on a solid block. (Use 4 sets of commercially available M10 bolt,
nut and washer.)
5. PIPE INSTALLATION-1
Drain pipe (accessory)
mounting place
5.1. Opening a knock out hole
Drain pipe mounting hole
CAUTION
Base
Drain pipe (accessory)
• Be careful not to deform or scratch the panel while opening the knock out holes.
• To protect the piping insulation after opening a knock out hole, remove any burrs from
the edge of the hole. It is recommended to apply rust prevention paint to the edge of
the hole.
• Pipes can be connected from 4 directions, front, lateral side, rear side and bottom.
(Fig. A)
• When connecting at the bottom, remove the service panel and piping cover on the front
of the outdoor unit, and open the knock out hole provided at the bottom corner of the
piping outlet.
• It can be installed as shown on “Fig. B” cutting out the 2 slits as indicated on “Fig. C”.
(When cutting slits, use a steel saw.)
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Fig. A
(4) Protect the pipes by pinching them or with tape to prevent dust, dirt, or water from
entering the pipes.
Check if [L] is flared uniformly
B
and is not cracked or scratched.
Die
A
L
Pipe outside diameter
[in (mm)]
Service panel
Pipe
Dimension A [in (mm)]
Dimension B [in (mm)]
Flare tool for R410A,
clutch type
1/4 (6.35)
3/8 (9.1)
3/8 (9.52)
1/2 (13.2)
0 to 0.020
(0 to 0.5)
1/2 (12.70)
5/8 (15.88)
5/8 (16.6)
3/4 (19.7)
3/4 (19.05)
15/16 (24.0)
When using conventional flare tools to flare R410A pipes, the dimension A should be
approximately 0.020 in (0.5 mm) more than indicated in the table (for flaring with R410A
flare tools) to achieve the specified flaring. Use a thickness gauge to measure the
dimension A.
Width across
across
Width
flats
flats
Front
connection
Lateral
connection
Fig. B
Bottom
connection
(No. 1)
Rear
connection
Fig. C
Pipe outside
diameter [in (mm)]
Width across flats of
Flare nut [in (mm)]
1/4 (6.35)
11/16 (17)
3/8 (9.52)
7/8 (22)
1/2 (12.70)
1 (26)
5/8 (15.88)
1-1/8 (29)
3/4 (19.05)
1-7/16 (36)
5.3.2. Bending pipes
CAUTION
• To prevent breaking of the pipe, avoid sharp bends. Bend the pipe with a radius of
curvature of 3-15/16 in (100 mm) to 5-14/16 in (150 mm).
• If the pipe is bent repeatedly at the same place, it will break.
Slit
Slit
Bottom
connection
(No. 2)
• If pipes are shaped by hand, be careful not to collapse them.
• Do not bend the pipes at an angle of more than 90°.
• When pipes are repeatedly bent or stretched, the material will harden, making it difficult
to bend or stretch them any more.
• Do not bend or stretch the pipes more than three times.
5.3.3. Pipe connection
CAUTION
5.2. Brazing
CAUTION
• If air or another type of refrigerant enters the refrigeration cycle, the internal pressure
in the refrigeration cycle will become abnormally high and prevent the unit from
exerting its full performance.
• Apply nitrogen gas while brazing the pipes. If a pipe is brazed without applying
nitrogen gas, an oxidation film will be created.
Pressure regulating valve
This can degrade performance or damage the
Cap
parts in the unit (such as the compressor or
valves).
Nitrogen gas
Nitrogen gas pressure: 0.02 MPa
(= pressure felt sufficiently on
Brazing area
the back of the hand)
• For brazing material, use phosphor copper that does not require flux. Do not use flux
to braze pipes. If the flux is the chlorine type, it will cause the pipes to corrode.
Furthermore, if the flux contains fluoride, it will adversely affect the refrigerant pipe
system such as by degrading the refrigerant.
If fluoride is contained, quality of refrigerant deteriorates and affects the refrigerant
piping system.
• Be sure to install the pipe against the port on the indoor unit and the outdoor unit
correctly. If the centering is improper, the flare nut cannot be tightened smoothly. If
the flare nut is forced to turn, the threads will be damaged.
• Do not remove the flare nut from the outdoor unit pipe until immediately before
connecting the connection pipe.
• After installing the piping, make sure that the connection pipes do not touch the
compressor or outer panel. If the pipes touch the compressor or outer panel, they will
vibrate and produce noise.
(1) Detach the caps and plugs from the pipes.
(2) Center the pipe against the port on the outdoor unit, and then turn the flare nut by
hand.
(3) Tighten the flare nut of the connection pipe at the outdoor unit valve connector.
3-way valve (Liquid)
3-way valve (Gas)
Flare nut
Connection pipe
(Liquid)
Flare nut
Connection pipe
(Gas)
(4) After tightening the flare nut by hand, use a torque wrench to fully tighten it.
5.3. Flare connection (pipe connection)
CAUTION
• Do not use mineral oil on a flared part. Prevent mineral oil from getting into the
system as this would reduce the lifetime of the units.
• While brazing the pipes, be sure to blow dry nitrogen gas through them.
• The maximum lengths of this product are shown in the table. If the units are further
apart than this, correct operation cannot be guaranteed.
CAUTION
Hold the torque wrench at its grip, keeping it in a right angle with the pipe, in order to
tighten the flare nut correctly.
• Outer panel may be distorted if fastened only with a wrench. Be sure to fix the
elementary part with a spanner and fasten with a wrench (refer to below diagram).
• Do not apply force to the blank cap of the valve or hang a wrench, etc., on the cap. It
may cause leakage of refrigerant.
Blank cap
Flare nut
Torque wrench
5.3.1. Flaring
Use special pipe cutter and flare tool exclusive for R410A.
(1) Cut the connection pipe to the necessary length with a pipe cutter.
(2) Hold the pipe downward so that the cuttings will not enter the pipe and remove any
burrs.
(3) Insert the flare nut (always use the flare nut attached to the indoor and outdoor
units respectively) onto the pipe and perform the flare processing with a flare tool.
Leakage of refrigerant may result if other flare nuts are used.
90°
Holding
wrench
Torque wrench
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Flare nut [in (mm)]
1/4 (6.35) dia.
3/8 (9.52) dia.
1/2 (12.70) dia.
5/8 (15.88) dia.
3/4 (19.05) dia.
Tightening torque [ft·lb (N·m)]
12 to 13 (16 to 18)
24 to 31 (32 to 42)
36 to 45 (49 to 61)
46 to 55 (63 to 75)
66 to 81 (90 to 110)
5.3.4. Handling precautions for the valves
• Mounted part of Blank cap is sealed for protection.
• Fasten blank cap tightly after opening valves.
(1) Check that the valves are closed by removing the blank caps from the gas and
liquid pipes.
(2) Remove the charging port cap, and connect the gauge manifold and the vacuum
pump to the charging valve with the service hoses.
(3) Vacuum the indoor unit and the connecting pipes until the pressure gauge indicates
–0.1 MPa (-1 bar).
(4) When –0.1 MPa (-1 bar) is reached, operate the vacuum pump for at least
60 minutes.
(5) Disconnect the service hoses and fit the charging port cap to the charging valve to
the specified torque.
Operating the valves
Tightening torque [ft·lb (N·m)]
9 to 12 (12.5 to 16)
Charging port cap (R410A)
• Use a hexagon wrench [Size: 3/16 in (4 mm)]
• Opening
(1) Insert the hexagon wrench into the valve shaft, and turn it
counterclockwise.
(2) Stop turning when the valve shaft can no longer be turned.
(Open position)
• Closing
(1) Insert the hexagon wrench into the valve shaft, and turn it clockwise.
(2) Stop turning when the valve shaft can no longer be turned.
(Closed position)
Opening direction
Opening direction
Liquid pipe
(6) Remove the blank caps, and fully open the 3-way valves with a hexagon wrench.
(7) Tighten the blank caps of the 3-way valve to the specified torque.
Blank cap [in (mm)]
1/4 (6.35) dia.
3/8 (9.52) dia.
1/2 (12.70) dia.
5/8 (15.88) dia.
3/4 (19.05) dia.
Hexagon wrench
Seal (blank cap
installation portion)
Tightening torque [ft·lb (N·m)]
15 to 18 (20 to 25)
15 to 18 (20 to 25)
21 to 24 (28 to 32)
22 to 26 (30 to 35)
26 to 30 (35 to 40)
Service hose with valve core
Charging port cap
Charging port
Blank cap
3-way valve
Gas pipe
Connecting pipe
5.4. Sealing test
Gauge manifold
WARNING
Hexagon wrench
• Before operating the compressor, install the pipes and securely connect them.
Otherwise, if the pipes are not installed and if the valves are open when the
compressor operates, air could enter the refrigeration cycle. If this happens, the
pressure in the refrigeration cycle will become abnormally high and cause damage or
injury.
• After the installation, make sure there is no refrigerant leakage. If the refrigerant leaks
into the room and becomes exposed to a source of fire such as a fan heater, stove, or
burner, it produces a toxic gas.
• Do not subject the pipes to strong shocks during the sealing test. It can rupture the
pipes and cause serious injury.
Use a 3/16 in
(4 mm) hexagon
wrench
Service hose
5.6. Additional charging
CAUTION
Do not block the walls and the ceiling until the sealing test and the charging of the
refrigerant gas have been completed.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
After connecting the pipes, perform a sealing test.
Make sure that the 3-way valves are closed before performing a sealing test.
Pressurize nitrogen gas to 4.15 MPa to perform the sealing test.
Add nitrogen gas to both the liquid pipes and the gas pipes.
Check all flare connections and welds. Then, check that the pressure has not
decreased.
Compare the pressures after pressurizing and letting it stand for 24 hours, and check
that the pressure has not decreased.
* When the outdoor air temperature changes 41°F (5°C), the test pressure changes
0.05 MPa. If the pressure has dropped, the pipe joints may be leaking.
If a leak is found, immediately repair it and perform the sealing test again.
After completing the sealing test, release the nitrogen gas from both valves.
Release the nitrogen gas slowly.
Outdoor unit
Pressure regulating valve
Vacuum pump
WARNING
When moving and installing the air conditioner, do not mix gas other than the specified
refrigerant R410A inside the refrigerant cycle.
If air or other gas enters the refrigerant cycle, the pressure inside the cycle will rise to an
abnormally high value and cause breakage, injury, etc.
CAUTION
• After vacuuming the system, add refrigerant.
• Do not reuse recovered refrigerant.
• When charging the refrigerant R410A, always use an electronic scales for refrigerant
charging (to measure the refrigerant by weight). Adding more refrigerant than the
specified amount will cause a malfunction.
• When charging the refrigerant, take into account the slight change in the composition
of the gas and liquid phases, and always charge from the liquid phase side
whose composition is stable. Adding refrigerant through the gas pipe will cause a
malfunction.
• Check if the steel cylinder has a siphon installed or not before filling. (There is an
indication “with siphon for filling liquid” on the steel cylinder.)
Filling method for cylinder with siphon
Pressure gauge
R410A
Gas
Nitrogen
Liquid
Set the cylinder vertical and fill with the liquid.
(Liquid can be filled without turning bottom up with the
siphon inside.)
Filling method for other cylinders
Indoor unit
R410A
Gas
Vacuum pump
Turn bottom up and fill with liquid.
(Be careful to avoid turning over the cylinder.)
Liquid
5.5. Vacuum process
CAUTION
• Perform a refrigerant leakage test (air tightness test) to check for leaks using nitrogen
gas while all valves in the outdoor unit are closed. (Use the test pressure indicated on
the nameplate.)
• Be sure to evacuate the refrigerant system using a vacuum pump.
• The refrigerant pressure may sometimes not rise when a closed valve is opened after
the system is evacuated using a vacuum pump. This is caused by the closure of the
refrigerant system of the outdoor unit by the electronic expansion valve. This will not
affect the operation of the unit.
• If the system is not evacuated sufficiently, its performance will drop.
• Use a clean gauge manifold and charging hose that were designed specifically for
use with R410A. Using the same vacuum equipment for different refrigerants may
damage the vacuum pump or the unit.
• Do not purge the air with refrigerants, but use a vacuum pump to evacuate the
system.
• Be sure to use the special tools for R410A for pressure resistance and to avoid mixing
of impure substances.
• If the units are further apart than the maximum pipe length, correct operation can not
be guaranteed.
• Make sure to back closing valve after refrigerant charging. Otherwise, the compressor
may fail.
• Minimize refrigerant release to the air. Excessive release is prohibited under the
Freon Collection and Destruction Law.
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(6) See the table below for the terminal screw tightening torques.
6. ELECTRICAL WIRING
Tightening torque [lbf·in (N·m)]
M4 screw
M5 screw
6.1. Notes for electrical wiring
WARNING
• Wiring connections must be performed by a qualified person in accordance with the
specifications. The voltage rating for this product is 208-230 V at 60 Hz. It should be
operated within the range of 188 to 253 V.
• Before connecting the wires, make sure the power supply is OFF.
• Use a dedicated power supply circuit. Insufficient power capacity in the electrical
circuit or improper wiring may cause electric shock or fire.
• Install a breaker at the power supply for each outdoor unit. Improper breaker selection
can cause electric shock or fire.
• Install a leakage circuit breaker in accordance with the related laws and regulations.
An improperly installed electrical box cover can cause serious accidents such as
electric shock or fire through exposure to dust or water.
• A circuit breaker is installed in the permanent wiring. Always use a circuit that can
trip all the poles of the wiring and has an isolation distance of at least 1/8 in (3 mm)
between the contacts of each pole.
• Use designated cables and power cables. Improper use may cause electric shock or
fire by poor connection, insufficient insulation, or over current.
• Do not modify power cable, use extension cable or branch wiring. Improper use may
cause electric shock or fire by poor connection, insufficient insulation or over current.
• Connect the connector cable securely to the terminal. Check no mechanical force
bears on the cables connected to the terminals. Faulty installation can cause a fire.
• Use ring type terminals and tighten the terminal screws to the specified torques,
otherwise, abnormal overheating may be produced and possibly cause serious
damage inside the unit.
• Make sure to secure the insulation portion of the connector cable with the cable
clamp. Damaged insulation can cause a short circuit.
• Fix cables so that cables do not make contact with the pipes (especially on high
pressure side). Do not make power supply cable and connection cable come in
contact with valves (Gas).
• Never install a power factor improvement condenser. Instead of improving the power
factor, the condenser may overheat.
• Be sure to perform the earthing (grounding) work.
Do not connect earthing (grounding) wires to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning rod or
earthing (grounding) wire for a telephone.
-- Connection to a gas pipe may cause a fire or explosion if gas leaks.
-- Connection to a water pipe is not an effective earthing (grounding) method if PVC
pipe is used.
-- Connection to the earthing (grounding) wire of a telephone or to a lightning rod may
cause a dangerously abnormal rise in the electrical potential if lightning strikes.
Improper earthing (grounding) work can cause electric shocks.
• Securely install the electrical box cover on the unit. An improperly installed service
panel can cause serious accidents such as electric shock or fire through exposure to
dust or water.
11 to 16 (1.2 to 1.8)
17 to 25 (2.0 to 3.0)
6.2. Knock out holes for wiring
CAUTION
• Be careful not to deform or scratch the panel while opening the knock out holes.
• When cables are routed from the unit, a protection sleeve for the conduits can be
inserted at the knock out hole.
• If you do not use a wire conduit, be sure to protect the wires to prevent the edge of
the knock out hole from cutting the wires.
• It is recommended to apply anti-rust paint to the edge of the knock out hole.
• Knock out holes are provided for wiring. (Fig. A)
• Knock out holes are provided 2 each in the same size in front, lateral and rear sides.
(Fig. B)
Fig. A
Service panel
Fig. B
Installation method of conduit plate
Please fix the conduit plate as shown in the figure below.
Front connection
Lateral connection
Rear connection
CAUTION
• The primary power supply capacity is for the air conditioner itself, and does not
include the concurrent use of other devices.
• Do not start operation until the refrigerant is charged completely. The compressor will
fail if it is operated before the refrigerant piping charging is complete.
• Connection cable between indoor unit and outdoor unit is 208-230 V.
• Be sure not to remove thermistor sensor etc. from power wiring and connection
wiring. Compressor may fail if operated while removed.
• Start wiring work after closing branch switch and over current breaker.
• Use an earth leakage breaker that is capable of handling high frequencies. Because
the outdoor unit is inverter controlled, a high-frequency earth leakage breaker is
necessary to prevent a malfunction of the breaker itself.
• When using an earth leakage breaker that has been designed solely for earth (ground)
fault protection, be sure to install a fuse-equipped switch or circuit breaker.
• Do not connect the AC power supply to the connection line terminal board. Improper
wiring can damage the entire system.
• Do not use crossover power supply wiring for the outdoor unit.
• If the temperature surrounding the breaker is too high, the amperage at which the
breaker cuts out may decrease.
How to connect wiring to the terminal
Caution when wiring cable
When stripping off the coating of a lead wire, always use a special tool such as a wire
stripper. If there is no special tool available, carefully strip the coating with a knife etc.
(1) Use ring terminals with insulating sleeves as shown in the figure below to connect
to the terminal block.
(2) Securely clamp the ring terminals to the wires using an appropriate tool so that the
wires do not come loose.
Strip: 3/8 in
(10 mm)
Ring terminal
Conduit plate
Cable (with conduit)
Wire
Ring terminal
Ring terminal
Terminal blocks
Wire
Conduit plate
Conduit holes
Conduit holes
NOTES:
• Please ensure that the power cable and interconnecting cables are not installed
through the same cable bush hole opening. They must be installed into the two
separate hole openings to prevent damage to the cable.
• If conduit holes do not fit, please use a washer (accessory).
6.3. Wiring method
6.3.1. Connection diagrams
Single-phase, 230/208 V
Power supply line
Sleeve
(3) Use the specified wires, connect them securely, and fasten them so that there is no
stress placed on the terminals.
(4) Use an appropriate screwdriver to tighten the terminal screws. Do not use a
screwdriver that is too small, otherwise, the screw heads may be damaged and
prevent the screws from being properly tightened.
(5) Do not tighten the terminal screws too much, otherwise, the screws may break.
Screw with
Screw with special washer
special washer
lock nut
lock nut
L2
L1
Control line
230/208 V
3
230/208 V
2
230/208 V
3
2
1
1
Disconnect switch
(Locally purchased)
EARTH
(GROUND)
EARTH
(GROUND)
Power line
Earthing (Grounding) line
Indoor unit
side terminal
EARTH
(GROUND)
Outdoor unit
side terminal
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6.3.2. Connection cable preparation
7. PIPE INSTALLATION-2
Keep the earth (ground) wire longer than the other wires.
1-3/16 in
(30 mm)
Power supply cable or
Connection cable
1-3/8 in (35 mm)
or more
Earth (Ground) wire
WARNING
Install the insulated pipes so that they do not touch the compressor.
7.1. Installing insulation
6.3.3. Wiring procedure
(1) Remove the service panel cover, insulation sheet and connect the wires to the
terminal in accordance with the terminal nameplate. (Fig. A, Fig. B)
Fig. A
Direction of the service
panel removal
• Use an insulation on the refrigerant pipes to prevent condensation and dripping.
• Determine the thickness of the insulation material by referring to Table A.
Table A, Selection of insulation
(for using an insulation material with equal heat transmission rate or below
0.040 W/(m·k))
Relative humidity
[in (mm)]
Terminal blocks
Pipe
diameter
1/4 (6.35)
3/8 (9.52)
1/2 (12.70)
5/8 (15.88)
Insulation material
Minimum thickness [in (mm)]
70%
75%
80%
85%
or more
or more
or more
or more
5/16 (8)
13/32 (10) 16/32 (13) 21/32 (17)
11/32 (9)
7/16 (11) 18/32 (14) 23/32 (18)
13/32 (10) 15/32 (12) 19/32 (15)
3/4 (19)
13/32 (10) 15/32 (12)
5/8 (16)
25/32 (20)
If the ambient temperature and relative humidity exceed 89 °F (32 °C), increase the level
of heat insulation for the refrigerant pipes.
Inverter cover
Service panel
7.2. Filling with putty
WARNING
(2) After connecting the wires, use cable clips to secure the wires. (Fig. B)
• Connect the wires without applying excessive tension.
Fig. B
Terminal blocks
Terminal nameplate
1
2
3
INDOOR UNIT
G
L
1
N
POWER
2
Fill the piping holes with putty (supplied locally) to avoid any gap (Fig A). If small animals
such as insects enter the external unit, a short circuit may be caused near electrical
components in the service panel.
If the outdoor unit is installed at a level that is higher than the indoor unit, the water that
has condensed in the 3-way valve of the outdoor unit could travel to the indoor unit.
Therefore, use putty in the space between the pipe and the insulation to prevent the entry
of water.
Fig. A
3 L1 L2
INDOOR UNIT
POWER
Insulation
G
Putty
Connection cable
(indoor unit and
outdoor unit
connection cable)
Power supply cable
(3) Secure the cables using the cable clips under the terminal blocks, and then secure
the cables using the cable clips attached to the base of the valves.
Cable clip
(4) Be sure to install the insulation sheet after the wiring is complete.
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8. HOW TO OPERATE DISPLAY UNIT
8.2. Description of display and button
8.1. Display unit position
Display lamp
WARNING
Never touch electrical components such as the terminal blocks except the button on
the display board. It may cause a serious accident such as electric shock.
CAUTION
• Once refrigerant charging is completed, be sure to open the valve prior to performing
the field settings. Otherwise, the compressor may fail.
• Discharge any static electricity from your body before touching the push buttons.
Never touch any terminal or pattern of any parts on the control board.
• The positions of the buttons on the outdoor unit control board are shown in the figure
below.
• Various settings can be adjusted by changing Push buttons on the board of the outdoor
unit.
(1) POWER / MODE
Green
(2) ERROR
Red
Blinks during abnormal air conditioner
operation.
(3)PUMP DOWN
(L1)
Orange
Lights on during pump down operation.
(4)LOW NOISE
MODE
(L2, L3)
Orange
Lights on during “Low noise” function when
field setting is activated. (Lighting pattern of L2
and L3 indicates low noise level)
*Refer to “10.1.2. Low noise mode (CN10)”.
(5)PEAK CUT
(L4, L5, L6)
Orange
Lights on during “Peak cut” function when local
setting is activated. (Lighting pattern of L4, L5
and L6 indicates peak cut level)
*Refer to “10.1.3. Peak cut mode (CN11)”.
Button
Inverter cover
Function or operation method
To switch between “Field setting” and “Error code
display”.
SW1
MODE
SW2
SELECT
To switch between the individual “Field settings”
and the “Error code displays”.
SW3
ENTER
To fix the individual “Field settings” and the “Error
code displays”.
SW4
EXIT
SW5
PUMP DOWN
To return to “Operation status displays”
To start the pump down operation.
9. FIELD SETTING
• The printed characters for the LED display are shown below.
Function or operation method
Lights on while power on. Field setting in
outdoor unit or error code is displayed with
blink.
CAUTION
LED display part
Discharge the static electricity from your body before setting up the switches.
Never touch the terminals or the patterns on the parts that are mounted on the
board.
Wall mounted model cannot use this function.
Button part
9.1. Field setting buttons
6:
6:
6:
6:
• Remove the front panel of the outdoor unit access the print circuit board of the display
unit.
Print circuit board buttons for various settings and LED displays are shown in the left
figure.
6:
9.2. Function settings
• Various functions can be set. Follow the setting method described in 9.2.1. to set as per the requirement.
Perform these settings after the indoor unit stops.
Table. Settings List
LED display
No
1
2
Sign “
Setting Item
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
Level 1
Blink
(9 times)
Level 2
○
●
”: Lights off, “
LOW NOISE
Factory
setting
PEAK CUT
(L1)
(L2)
(L3)
(L4)
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
○
●
○
○
●
Blink
(9 times)
○
○
○
●
○
●
○
Level 1
Blink
(9 times)
○
○
●
○
○
○
●
Level 2
Blink
(9 times)
○
○
●
○
○
●
○
Level 3
Blink
(9 times)
○
○
●
○
○
●
●
Level 4
Blink
(9 times)
○
○
●
○
●
○
○
Low noise
mode setting
Peak cut
mode setting
PUMP
DOWN
○
Content
The noise level when operating in the low noise
mode can be set. The operation selection can
be done by external input terminal (CN10).
Cooling/heating performance decreases by
lowering operation noise level.
The capacity limit can be selected when
operating with the “Peak Cut mode”.
The operation selection can be done by
external input terminal (CN11).
The lower the level, the more the effect
of energy saving, but the cooling/heating
performance decreases.
○
”: Lights on
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9.2.1. Setting for low noise mode
(1) Switch to “Field setting mode” by pressing “MODE” button (SW1) for 3 seconds or
more.
(2) Confirm (POWER / MODE) blinks 9 times, and press “ENTER” button (SW3).
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
Blink
(9 times)
Sign “
PUMP
DOWN
LOW
NOISE
PEAK
CUT
(L1)
(L2)
(L3)
(L4)
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on, () : Number of blinking
(3) Press “SELECT” button (SW2), and adjust LED display as shown below. (Current
setting is displayed)
9.2.2. Setting for peak cut mode
(1) Switch to “Field setting mode” by pressing “MODE” button (SW1) for 3 seconds or more.
(2) Confirm (POWER / MODE) blinks 9 times, and press “ENTER” button (SW3).
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
Blink
(9 times)
○
Sign “
○
PUMP
DOWN
●
”: Lights off, “
LOW NOISE
MODE
Sign “
○”: Lights off
(L3)
○
Blink
PEAK
CUT
(L1)
(L2)
(L3)
(L4)
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
○
○
○
○
”: Lights on, () : Number of blinking
(3) Press “SELECT” button (SW2), and adjust LED lamp as shown below. (Current
setting is displayed)
LOW
NOISE
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
LOW
NOISE
PEAK CUT
MODE
Sign “
(L2)
(L3)
Blink
○
○
”: Lights off
(4) Press “ENTER” button (SW3).
(4) Press “ENTER” button (SW3).
LOW
NOISE
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
(L3)
PEAK CUT
MODE
●
○
Sign “○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
LOW NOISE
MODE
Sign “
○
(L2)
(L3)
●
○
●
”: Lights off, “
”: Lights on
(5) Press “SELECT” button (SW2), and adjust LED lamp as shown in below figure.
(5) Press “SELECT” button (SW2), and adjust LED lamp as shown in below figure.
PEAK
CUT
PEAK
CUT
Level 1
Level 2
Sign “
○”: Lights off
(L4)
(L4)
(L5)
(L6)
Level 1
○
○
○
Blink
Level 2
50% of rated input ratio
Level 3
75% of rated input ratio
Blink
○
The noise of Level 2 is lower than the one of Level 1.
(6) Press “ENTER” button (SW3) and fix it.
Level 4
0% of rated input ratio
100% of rated input ratio
Sign “
○
Sign “
○
Level 2
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
○
●
●
(L6)
○
Blink
Blink
Blink
Blink
○
○
○
(6) Press “ENTER” button (SW3) and fix it.
PEAK
CUT
(L4)
●”: Lights on
”: Lights off, “
Blink
”: Lights off
PEAK
CUT
Level 1
○
○
○
(L5)
○
(7) Return to “Operating status display (Normal operation)” by pressing “EXIT” button
(SW4).
• In case of missing how many times “SELECT” and “ENTER” button are pressed, restart
from the beginning of operation procedure after returning to “Operation status display
(normal operation)” by pressing the “EXIT” button once.
Level 1
0% of rated input ratio
Level 2
50% of rated input ratio
Level 3
75% of rated input ratio
Level 4
100% of rated input ratio
Sign “
(L4)
(L5)
○
○
○
○
●
○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
●
●
○
(L6)
●
○
●
○
(7) Return to “Operating status display (Normal operation)” by pressing “EXIT” button
(SW4).
• When pressed number is lost during operation, restart from the beginning of operation
procedure after returning to “Operation status display (normal operation)” by pressing
the “EXIT” button once.
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10. EXTERNAL INPUT AND OUTPUT
10.2. External output
Wall mounted model cannot use this function.
10.1. External input
10.1.1. Wiring of connector
ON/OFF of the “Low noise mode”, and “Peak cut mode” functions can be enabled with an
external field device.
When installing connection cable, specified part (optional parts) must be used.
Refer to section 9.2, Table. Settings List, for the required function. The function must be
set for the external input to work.
Input
Connector No.
Optional parts
Low noise mode
CN10
External connect kit
Peak cut mode
CN11
External connect kit
10.2.1. Wiring of connector
When installing connection cable, specified part (optional parts) must be used.
Output
Connector No.
Optional parts
Error status
CN12
External connect kit
Compressor status
CN13
External connect kit
*M
ake the distance from the PC board to the connected unit within 10m (33ft).
1) P
ower supply
• Voltage (Chart sign=Vcc) : DC 24V or less
2) L
oad
• Load : DC 500mA or less is recommended
Circuit diagram example
Outdoor unit control
PC board
Connector
*M
ake the distance from the PC board to the connected unit within 10m (33ft).
• Contact capacity : 24VDC or more, 10mA or more.
Circuit diagram example
Connected unit
(Locally purchased)
Outdoor unit control
PC board
Ex.) Switch
CN10
CN11
Connection
cable (option)
CN12
CN13
1
Connected unit
(Locally purchased)
Vcc Vcc
+
2
+
1
-
Power
supply
Load
*10m (33ft)
2
Signal
1
2
Connection cable (option)
1
*10m (33ft)
2
10.2.2. Error status output (CN12)
An air conditioner error status signal is produced when a malfunction occurs.
Error status
Error
Signal
Connector
Normal
Output signal
ON
10.1.2. Low noise mode (CN10)
• This features reduces the operating sound of the outdoor unit from the normal sound.
The air conditioner is set to the “Low noise mode” when closing the contact input of a
commercial timer or ON/OFF switch to a connector on the outdoor control PC board.
* Performance may drop depending on the outside air temperature condition, etc.
* Set the “Low noise mode” level, refer to “9.2. Function settings”.
Input Signal ···ON : Low noise mode
···OFF : Normal operation
Input Signal
ON
OFF
10.2.3. Compressor status output (CN13)
Compressor operation status signal is produced when the compressor is running.
Compressor status
Operation
Stop
Output signal
ON
OFF
OFF
Low noise mode
ON
OFF
10.3. Connection method
CAUTION
10.1.3. Peak cut mode (CN11)
• Operation that suppressed the current value can be performed by means of the
connected unit. The air conditioner is set to the Peak cut mode by applying the
contact input of a commercial ON/OFF switch to a connector on the outdoor control
PC board.
* Set the “Peak cut mode” level, refer to “9.2. Function settings”.
Input Signal ···ON : Peak cut mode
···OFF : Normal operation
Input Signal
ON
OFF
Do not fix with the fan motor cable.
Do not route the connection cable overlapping with the power supply cable.
Remove the Inverter cover before work.
Fan motor cable
CN13 (Blue)
CN12 (Black)
CN10 (Yellow)
CN11 (Green)
Peak cut mode
ON
OFF
Fix the connection cable with other wires.
Let the connection cable pass in the knock out hole.
To protect the wiring after opening a knock out hole,
remove any burrs from edge of the hole.
Be sure to install the Inverter cover after the wiring
complete.
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11.2.1. Setting method on outdoor unit board
11. TEST RUN
(1)
Turn on the power of the outdoor unit and enter standby mode.
“POWER/MODE” Lamp lights up.
11.1. Pre-test run check items
Before the test operation, refer to the figure and check the following items.
Is the outdoor unit securely installed?
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
●
○
○
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
●
○
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
○
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
Sign “ ”: Lights off, “ ”: Lights on
(2) Press the “ENTER” button for more than 3 seconds.
H
ave you performed gas leakage inspection?
(Connection joints of various pipes (flange connection, brazing))
Is the heat insulation done completely?
(Gas pipe, liquid pipe, drain hose extension on indoor unit side, etc.)
Is the water discharging from drain without any problems?
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
Blink
○
○
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
●
○
(L4)
○
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
○
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
Blink
(L4)
○
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
Sign “ ”: Lights off, “ ”: Lights on
(3) Press the “SELECT” button, LED of the test run mode switched between “COOL”
Are the cables connected correctly?
and “HEAT”.
Are the cables as per specifications?
Cooling test mode
Is the earth wire connected accurately?
POWER/
MODE
Are there any obstacles blocking the suction gate, and outlet of
the indoor/outdoor units?
PUMP
DOWN
ERROR
(L1)
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
○
○
○
○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
Blink
Have you filled the specified amount of refrigerant?
Sign “
Are the stop valves of gas pipe and liquid pipe fully open?
Has the power been supplied to crankcase heater for more than 6 hours?
fter checking that the above items are all in order, refer to “11.2. Test operation
A
method” to test operation the unit. If there are problems, adjust immediately and
recheck.
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
Blink
(L4)
○
(L6)
○
○
Heating test mode
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
Blink
○
○
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
●
○
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
Blink
(L4)
○
Sign “ ”: Lights off, “ ”: Lights on
(4) After confirming the operation mode, Press “ENTER” button.
11.2. Test operation method
(L5)
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
The display changes as follows, and air conditioner starts operation.
Be sure to configure test run settings only when the outdoor unit has stopped
operating.
• Depending on the communication status between the indoor and outdoor units,
it may take several minutes for the system to start operating after settings for the
test run are complete.
• After the test run settings are complete, the outdoor units and the connected
indoor units will start operating. Room temperature control will not activate during
test operation (continuous operation).
• If a knocking sound can be heard in the liquid compression of the compressor,
stop the unit immediately and then energize the crank case heater for a sufficient
length of time before restarting the operation.
Cooling test mode
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
Blink
○
Sign “
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
○
○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
○
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
●
(L4)
○
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
Heating test mode
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
Blink
○
○
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
●
○
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
●
Sign “ ”: Lights off, “ ”: Lights on
(5) Press “ENTER” button.
(L4)
○
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
Air conditioner stopped operation.
Test operation setting method (It can be performed in the following two ways)
• Set with test operation setting (refer to installation manual of indoor unit for further
details) available in the remote controller.
• “Cooling Operation” and “Heating Operation” can be set, using “SELECT” button and
“ENTER” button available on the board of display unit.
Set as per the procedure given below.
ERROR
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
○
○
○
○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
●
Sign “
(*Make sure to perform the first test operation with cooling operation.)
POWER/
MODE
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
(L4)
○
(L5)
(L6)
○
○
11.3. Check list
Check items during test operation.
LED display part
Is the outdoor unit making any abnormal noise or vibrating significantly?
Is the cold air or hot air blowing from indoor unit according to the operation
mode?
Button part
Check that the “ERROR” LED blinks.
If, it has displayed, check the error content as per 12.2. described later.
O
perate the unit according to the operating manual provided with the indoor
unit, and check that it is operating normally.
6:
6:
6:
6:
6:
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12. ERROR CODE
12.1. Error display mode
You can determine the operating status by the lighting up and blinking of the LED lamp.
Display when an error occurs.
POWER/
MODE
LED display part
ERROR
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
LOW
NOISE
PEAK
CUT
(L2)
(L3)
(L4)
(L5)
(L6)
●
○
○
Sign “○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
○
○
○
○
Blink
(Hi speed)
(1) Check that the “ERROR” LED blinks, then press the “ENTER” button once.
(2) For details, refer to the following table.
12.2. Error code check table
6:
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
PUMP
DOWN
6:
6:
LED display
6:
LOW NOISE
6:
PEAK CUT
DESCRIPTION
(L1)
(L2)
(L3)
(L4)
(L5)
(L6)
REMARK
(2)
●
(1)
(1)
○
○
●
●
(2)
●
(1)
(1)
○
●
○
○
(2)
●
(2)
(2)
○
○
○
●
Indoor unit capacity error
Indoor unit capacity error
(2)
●
(5)
(15)
○
○
○
●
Indoor unit error
Indoor unit error
(2)
●
(6)
(2)
○
○
○
●
Outdoor unit main PCB error
Outdoor unit PCB model information error
(2)
●
(6)
(3)
○
○
○
●
Inverter PCB error
Inverter error
(2)
●
(6)
(5)
○
○
●
●
IPM error
Trip terminal L error
(2)
●
(7)
(1)
○
○
○
●
Discharge temp. sensor error
Discharge temp. sensor 1 error
(2)
●
(7)
(2)
○
○
○
●
Compressor temp. sensor error
Compressor temp. sensor 1 error
(2)
●
(7)
(3)
○
○
●
○
(2)
●
(7)
(3)
○
○
●
●
(2)
●
(7)
(4)
○
○
○
●
Outdoor temp. sensor error
Outdoor temp. sensor error
(2)
●
(7)
(7)
○
○
○
●
Heat sink temp. sensor error
Heat sink temp. sensor error
(2)
●
(8)
(4)
○
○
○
●
Current sensor error
Current sensor 1 error (stoppage permanently)
(2)
●
(8)
(6)
○
●
○
○
(2)
●
(8)
(6)
○
●
●
○
(2)
●
(9)
(4)
○
○
○
●
Trip detection
Trip detection
(2)
●
(9)
(5)
○
○
○
●
Compressor motor control error
Rotor position detection error (stoppage permanently)
(2)
●
(9)
(7)
○
○
●
●
Outdoor unit fan motor 1 error
Duty error
(2)
●
(9)
(8)
○
○
●
●
Outdoor unit fan motor 2 error
Duty error
(2)
●
(9)
(9)
○
○
○
●
4-way valve error
4-way valve error
(2)
●
(10)
(1)
○
○
○
●
Discharge temp. 1 error
Discharge temp. 1 error
(2)
●
(10)
(3)
○
○
○
●
Compressor temp. error
Compressor 1 temp. error
(2)
●
(10)
(5)
○
○
○
●
Pressure error 2
Low pressure error
Display mode
Serial communication error
Serial forward transmission error immediately after
operation
Serial forward transmission error during operation
Heat Ex. middle temp. sensor error
Outdoor unit Heat Ex. sensor error
Outdoor unit Heat Ex. liquid temp. sensor error
High pressure switch 1 error
Pressure sensor error
Pressure sensor error
: Lights on
: Lights off
: Blink (0.5s Lights on / 0.5s Lights off)
( ) : Number of flashing
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(5) When LED display changes as shown in the below figure, close the 3-way valve on
the gas pipe side tightly.
13. PUMP DOWN
POWER/
MODE
WARNING
• Never touch electrical components such as the terminal blocks except the button on
the display board. It may cause a serious accident such as electric shock.
• During the pump-down operation, make sure that the compressor is turned off
before you remove the refrigerant piping.
Do not remove the connection pipe while the compressor is in operation with valves
open. This may cause abnormal pressure in the refrigeration cycle that leads to
breakage and even injury.
ERROR
(L1)
(L2)
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
●
○
●
○
○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
○
(L4)
○
(L5)
○
(L6)
●
• If the valve on the gas pipe side is not closed, refrigerant may flow into the piping
after the compressor stops.
Step (4)
Closing direction
Step (5)
Closing direction
Hexagon wrench
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
(6) LED display changes after 1 minute as shown in the figure below.
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
●
○
●
○
Sign “○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
• Operate “PUMP DOWN” button on the display board in the manner described
below.
LOW
NOISE
Sign “
CAUTION
• Perform the pump down operation before disconnecting any refrigerant pipe or
electric cable.
• Collect refrigerant from the service port or the 3-way valve if pump down cannot be
performed.
• In case of a group control system installation, do not turn the power off pump down
is completed in all outdoor units.
(Group control system installation described in “SPECIAL INSTALLATION
METHODS” in the installation manual of the indoor unit.)
• Please check the refrigerant circuit for any leaks before starting the pump down
operation.
Do not proceed with the pump down operation if there is no refrigerant left in the
circuit due to bent or broken piping.
PUMP
DOWN
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
(L4)
○
(L5)
○
(L6)
○
Fans and compressor stop automatically.
• If the pump down is successfully completed (the above LED display is shown), the
outdoor unit remains stopped until the power is turned off.
LED display part
(7) Turn the power off.
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
○
○
○”: Lights off
Button part
Sign “
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
○
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
○
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
(L4)
○
(L5)
○
(L6)
○
PUMP DOWN is completed.
6:
6:
6:
6:
NOTES:
• To stop pump down, press the “PUMP DOWN” button again.
• To start the pump down again after the compressor is automatically stopped due to an
error, turn the power off and open the 3-way valves. Wait 3 minutes, turn the power on
and start the pump down again.
• When starting the operation after completion of the pump down, turn the power off,
and then open the 3-way valves. Wait 3 minutes, turn the power on and perform a test
run in the “COOL” operation mode.
• If an error occurs, recover the refrigerant from service port.
6:
13.1. Preparation for pump down
• Confirm that the power is off, and then open the service panel.
13.2. Pump down procedure
(1) Check the 3-way valves (both the liquid side and gas side) are opened.
(2) Turn the power on.
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
●
○
○
○
○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
Sign “
(L4)
○
(L5)
○
(L6)
○
(3) Press “PUMP DOWN” button for 3 seconds or more after 3 minutes after power on.
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
●
○
●
○
Sign “○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
(L4)
●
(L5)
●
(L6)
●
LED display lights on as shown in the above figure, and the fans and the
compressor start operating.
• If the “PUMP DOWN” button is pressed while the compressor is operating, the
compressor will stop, then start again in about 3 minutes.
(4) LED display will change as shown below about 3 minutes after the compressor
starts. Fully close the 3-way valve on the liquid pipe side at this stage.
POWER/
MODE
ERROR
PUMP
DOWN
(L1)
LOW
NOISE
(L2)
●
○
●
○
Sign “○”: Lights off, “●”: Lights on
PEAK
CUT
(L3)
○
(L4)
○
(L5)
●
(L6)
●
• If the valve on the liquid pipe side is not closed, the pump down cannot be
performed.
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Key Features

  • R410A refrigerant
  • Max. piping length: 246 ft (75 m)
  • Pre-charge length: 66 ft (20 m)
  • Dedicated tools and materials needed
  • Detailed installation instructions provided
  • Safety precautions emphasized

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What type of refrigerant does the Fujitsu AOU42RGLX use?
It uses R410A refrigerant.
What is the maximum piping length for the AOU42RGLX?
The maximum piping length is 246 ft (75 m).
What is the pre-charge length for the AOU42RGLX?
The pre-charge length is 66 ft (20 m).
Are special tools required to install the AOU42RGLX?
Yes, specialized tools and piping materials specifically designed for R410A are needed.
How much additional refrigerant is needed for a 98 ft (30 m) piping length?
An additional 14 oz (400 g) of refrigerant is required.
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