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HEAT RECOVERY D.C INVERTER MULTI VRF
Installation and Operating Instruction Manual
This Manual is applicable to following outdoor units:
Basic Model:
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Combined Model:
GMV-Pdhm504W2/Na-M
~
GMV-Pdhm1800W4/Na-M
Please read this Manual carefully before
installation and use.
Thanks for your selection of Gree Air Conditioner Unit. Before use, please read this instruction
manual carefully and keep it properly to ensure correct use of this machine.
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Safety Considerations
3
Installation Guideline for Air
Conditioner Unit
Instruction to Users
Selection of Installation Location and Precautions
8
Installation of Outdoor Unit
14
Connection of Indoor and Outdoor Units
25
Communication of the System
44
Notice for Project Installation
64
Filling of Refrigerants and Test Run
66
Operating Principle of Muti-split and Heat-recovered Air-Conditioning
Units
68
Types of Indoor Units to Be Integrated
70
Maintenance Measures
71
Reclaim refrigerants
72
Troubleshooting
75
Operating Temperature Range and Rated Work Conditions of the Unit
Performance Parameters of the Unit
80
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Instruction to Users
☆ During using the unit under only-cooling /heating mode, the total capacity of indoor
units which are running simultaneously shouldn’t be more than that of outdoor unit,
or else poor cooling/heating capacity of each indoor unit will be resulted in. Under
principal-cooling /heating mode, the total capacity of indoor units as principal part
which are running simultaneously shouldn’t be more than that of outdoor units,or
else poor cooling /heating capacity of each indoor unit will be resulted in.
☆ According to capacity of each indoor unit, an air switch (or fuse) to each indoor unit
and a master switch to all indoor units should be installed. Each air switch, which is
usually shut off, is used for short circuit protection and abnormal overload of
corresponding indoor unit。The master switch is used for unified power supply for
all indoor units or shut-off of power supply.
☆ For smooth start of air conditioner unit, the main power switch shall be put to “ON”
position 8 hours before start.
☆
Upon receiving STOP signal from each indoor unit, the fan of related indoor unit will
continue to work for 20~70 seconds for purpose of utilizing the remaining cold air
or heats in heat exchanger and also make preparations for next use. This is normal.
☆ During installation, do not mix communication lines with power cables. Be sure to
separate them at minimum spacing over 20cm; otherwise it might result in
communication problem.
☆ If switch between cooling / dry mode and heating mode of indoor unit occurs or if
indoor unit is off under heating mode, brief flowing sound of refrigerants of cooling
and heating mode exchanger may occur ,which is normal.
☆ Install the cooling and heating mode exchanger in the place like corridor where
noise requirement is correspondingly lenient, furthermore, it should be installed in
ceiling with good sound insulation. Avoid installing it in the place like bedroom,
ward or office where low noise is required.
☆
An all-pole disconnection switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all
poles should be connected in fixed wiring
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☆electric supply tolerances: (220-240V)±10%, (50±1)Hz
☆humidity :30-95%
☆installation altitude :max 1000m
☆transport/storage temperature : -25-55°C.
☆ Main switch provided by end user: main switch handle should be black or gray and it
can be locked in “OFF” position with padlock
☆ The main disconnection device should be explained in user manual and the height
should be recommended as 0.6-1.7m. Over current protection is required (EN
60947-3, EN 60947-2)
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Safety Considerations
1. Please read this manual carefully before use and operate correctly as instructed in the manual.
2. You are specially warned to note the two symbols below.
WARNING!: A symbol indicates that improper operation might cause human death or severe
injuries.
CAUTIONS!: A symbol indicates that improper operation might cause human injury or
property damage.
WARNING!
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Please seek an authorized repair station for installation work. Improper installation might cause water
leakage, electric shock or fire.
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Please install at a place strong enough to support the weight of air conditioner unit. If not, the air
conditioner unit might fall down and cause human injury or death.
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To ensure proper drainage, the drainage pipe shall be correctly installed according to installation
instructions. Take proper measures for heat preservation to prevent condensing. Improper installation of
pipes might cause leakage and wet the articles in the room.
Do not use or store flammable, explosive, poisonous or other dangerous substances beside the air
conditioner.
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In case of trouble (e.g. burnt smell), please immediately cut off the main power of air conditioner unit.
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Keep air flow to avoid shortage of oxygen in the room.
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Never insert your finger or any objects into air outlet and inlet grill.
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Please take constant care to check if the mounting rack is damaged after long use.
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Never modify the air conditioner. Please contact the dealer or professional installation workers for repair
or relocation of the air conditioner.
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Safety Considerations
Cautions!
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CAUTION FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS
(Point to note connection with refrigerant leaks)
Introduction
The installer and system specialist shall safety against leakage according to local regulations or standards.
The following standards may be applicable if local regulations are not available. The GMV-Pdhm System
like other air conditioning system uses R410A as refrigerants.R410A itself is an entirely safe non-toxic,
non-combustible refrigerants. Nevertheless care must be taken to ensure that air conditioning facilities are
installed in a room which is sufficiently large. This assures that the maximum concentration level of
refrigerant gas is not exceeded, in the unlikely event of major leak in the system and this in accordance
with the local applicable regulations and standards.
Maximum concentration level
The maximum charge of refrigerants and the calculation of the maximum concentration of refrigerants is
directly related to the humanly occupied space in which it could leak.
The unit of measurement of the concentration is 1b/ft³(the weight in 1b of the refrigerant gas in 1 ft³
volume of the occupied space).
Compliance to the local applicable regulations and standards for the maximum allowable concentration
level is required.
1).Direction of the refrigerant flow
2).Room where refrigerants leak has occurred (outflow of the entire refrigerants from the system).
Pay a special attention to the place, such as a basement, etc. where refrigerant can stay, since refrigerant
is heavier than air.
Procedure for checking maximum concentration .Check the maximum concentration level in accordance
with steps 11 to 4 below and take whatever action is necessary to comply.
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Safety Considerations
1. Calculate the amount of refrigerants (1b) charged to each system separately.
Amount of refrigerants in a single unit system (amount of refrigerant with which the system is charged
before leaving the factory)
+
Additional charging amount (amount of refrigerant added locally in accordance with the length or
diameter of the refrigerant piping)
=total amount of refrigerants (1b) in the system.
NOTE
Where a single refrigerant facility is divided into 2 entirely independent refrigerant systems then use
the amount of refrigerants with which each separate system is charged.
2. Calculate the smallest room volume(ft³)
Incase like the following, calculate the volume of (A), (B) as a single room or as the smallest room.
A. Where there are no smaller room divisions
B. Where there is a room division but there is an opening between the rooms sufficiently large to
permit a free flow of air back and forth.
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Safety Considerations
1).opening between rooms.
2).partition.
(Where there is an opening without a door or where there are openings above and below the door which
are each equivalent in size to 0.15% or more of the floor area.)
3).Calculate the refrigerant density using the results of the calculations in steps 1 and 2 above.
Total volume of refrigerants in the refrigerant system ≤ maximum concentration level(1b/ ft³)
Size (ft³) of smallest room in which there is an indoor unit installed. If the result of the above
calculation exceeds the maximum concentration level then make similar calculations for the second
then third smallest room and so unit the result falls short of the second then third smallest room and
so until result falls short of the maximum concentration.
4).Dealing with the situations where the result exceeds the maximum concentration level and where the
installation of a facility encounters problem then it will be necessary to revise the system. Please consult
your GREE supplier.
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Before installation, please check the power supply for compliance with the ratings on nameplate. Check
the power safety as well. (it shall be done by professionals)
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Before use, please check and confirm if the cables, drainage pipes and pipelines are correctly
connected, hence to eliminate the risk of water leakage, refrigerants leakage, electric shock or fire(it
shall be done by professionals)
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Main power must be securely earthed to ensure effective grounding of air conditioner unit and avoid the
risk of electric shock. Please do not connect the earthing cable to coal gas pipe, water pipe, lightning
rod or telephone line.
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Once started, the air conditioner shall not be stopped at least after 10 minutes or longer; otherwise
service life of the unit will be affected.
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Safety Considerations
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Do not let the child to operate the air conditioner unit.
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Do not operate the air conditioner unit with wet hands.
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Please disconnect the main power before cleaning the air conditioner or replacing the air filter.
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Please disconnect the main power if the air conditioner unit is out of use for a long period.
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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.
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Children should be supervised so that they can not play with the appliance.
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Please do not expose the air conditioner unit directly under corrosive environment with water or
moisture.
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Please do not put on or place any goods on air conditioner unit.
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After electrical installation, the air conditioner unit shall be energized for electrical leakage test. (it shall
be done by professionals)
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Selection of Installation Location and Precautions
● Selection of Installation Location for Air Conditioner Unit
The installation of air conditioner unit must be in accordance with national and local safety
codes.
Installation quality will directly affect the normal use of air conditioner unit. The user is
prohibited from installation himself. Please contact your dealer after buying this machine.
Professional installation workers will provide installation and test services according to
installation manual.
Do not power on until all installation work is completed.
● Selection of Installation Location for Indoor Unit
☆ Avoid exposing in sunshine.
☆ Ensure the hanger rod, ceiling and building structure have sufficient strength to support the weight of air
conditioner unit.
☆ Drainage pipe is easy to connect out.
☆ Air inlet and outlet is not blocked.
☆ Indoor and outdoor connection pipes are easy to go outdoors.
☆ Do not install at a place where flammable or explosive goods exist or flammable or explosive gas might
leak.
☆ Do not install at a place where there are corrosive gas, severe dust, salty fog, smoke or heavy moisture.
Select Installation Location of Outdoor Unit
☆ Outdoor unit must be installed on a firm and solid support.
☆ Outdoor unit shall be installed close to the indoor unit, hence to minimize the length and bends of cooling
pipe.
☆ Avoid placing the outdoor unit under window or between two constructions, hence to prevent normal
operating noise from entering the room.
☆ Air flow at inlet and outlet shall not be blocked.
☆ Install at a well-ventilated place, so that the machine can absorb and discharge sufficient air.
☆ Do not install at a place where flammable or explosive goods exist or a place where there are severe dust,
salty fog and polluted air.
Do not install induced draught pipe at the inlet and outlet of the outdoor unit. When the air
conditioner unit is generating heats indoors, the condensate water may flow from the base
of outdoor unit. When outdoor air is below 0℃ (32℉), the condensate water will be frozen.
Take care that the installation of outdoor unit shall not affect the heat radiation of the unit.
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Selection of Installation Location and Precautions
Caution!
Installation at following positions might cause trouble to the air conditioner unit. If unavoidable, please
contact Authorized Service Center.
①A place full of machine oil;
②A region with saline-sodic soil near the sea;; ③A place with sulphide
gases (such as sulphur spring); ④A place with high frequency facilities, such as radio equipment, electric
welder or medical equipment;;⑤An environment with special conditions.
● Cable Layout
☆ Carry out installation in accordance with the state line layout rules.
☆ The power supply must be of rated voltage of the unit and special electrical line for air-conditioning.
☆ Please do not pull the power cord violently.
☆ All electrical installation shall be carried out by professional technicians in accordance with the local laws
and regulations.
☆ The diameter of flexible power cable must be large enough; damaged flexible power cable and
connection cable must be replaced by flexible cables for such special purpose.
☆ Ensure that safe grounding and the grounding wire shall be connected with the special grounding
equipment of the building and must be installed by professional technicians. In the fixed line there must
be an electrical leakage protection switch and an air switch with sufficient capacity (refer to the following
table). The air switch shall also have the magnetic tripping and thermal tripping functions to achieve
protection of both short-circuit and overload.
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Selection of Installation Location and Precautions
Power supply
(V,Ph,Hz)
Capability
of circuit
breaker
(A)
Min.
sectional
area of earth
lead (mm2)
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
32
6.0
Min.
sectional
area of
power cord
(mm2)
6.0
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
32
6.0
6.0
5
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
40
10.0
10.0
5
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
40
10.0
10.0
5
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
40
10.0
10.0
5
GMV-Pdhm504W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
63
25.0
25.0
5
GMV-Pdhm560W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
63
25.0
25.0
5
GMV-Pdhm615W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
80
35.0
35.0
5
GMV-Pdhm680W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
80
35.0
35.0
5
GMV-Pdhm730W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
80
35.0
35.0
5
GMV-Pdhm800W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
80
35.0
35.0
5
GMV-Pdhm850W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
80
35.0
35.0
5
GMV-Pdhm900W2/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
80
35.0
35.0
5
GMV-Pdhm960W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
100
50.0
50.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1010W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
100
50.0
50.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1065W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
125
70.0
70.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1130W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
125
70.0
70.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1180W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
125
70.0
70.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1250W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
125
70.0
70.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1300W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
125
70.0
70.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1350W3/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
125
70.0
70.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1410W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1460W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1515W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1580W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1630W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1700W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
5
GMV-Pdhm1750W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
5
Model
The number
of the
cord(N)
5
5
GMV-Pdhm1800W4/Na-M
380~415,3 ,50
160
95.0
95.0
Note:The specification of power cord mentioned hereby is defined as the required specification when wiring
with BV single core cable (2 ~ 4 pieces) under the cover of PVC pipe, and environment temperature shall be
at 40℃; Air switch shall be selected according to 40℃ temperature condition, and shall in “D” type. if the
installation conditions on site change, please consider the modification on the required specification of
Power cord and Air switch, according to the specification manual provided by manufacture.
● Grounding Requirement
☆ As air-conditioning unit is of Class 1 electrical appliance, reliable grounding measures must be taken for
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Selection of Installation Location and Precautions
it.
☆ The double color (yellow and green) cable inside the unit is specially used for grounding, so it shall not
be used for other purposes nor can it be cut.
Do not tighten with tapping screws; otherwise it might cause
risk of electric shock.
☆Installation of earth resistance should be in accordance with local standards.
The user power supply shall have reliable grounding terminal. It is prohibited to connect the grounding wire
to the following items:
① Water Supply Pipe ②Gas Pipe ③Sewage Pipe ④Lightning Rod or Earth Line of Phone ⑤Other
positions that are considered to be unreliable by professionals.
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Connection of power cord
P ow er
C abinet
U nit A
U nit
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U nit
Selection of Installation Location and Precautions
Power Supply Specification of Indoor Units
Sheet A: Circuit breakers below indicate total capacity of circuit breakers which are corresponding to indoor
units connecting general supply in the same system.
Total Capacity of the indoor
Min. Sectional Area of
Capacity of the Circuit
2
Min. Sectional Area of
unit
breaker
Power Cord (mm )
Earth lead (mm2)
10A 以下
10
1.5
1.5
20~10A
20
4.0
4.0
32~20A
32
6.0
6.0
40~32A
40
10.0
10.0
50~40A
50
16.0
16.0
63~50A
63
35.0
16.0
80~63A
80
35.0
16.0
100~80A
100
50.0
25.0
125~100A
125
70.0
35.0
Note: Specific parameters can be revised according to conditions and laws of users’ country
Circuit breakers are closed in normal condition,which are for the purpose of short circuit protection for
indoor units and abnormal overload. All terminals of circuit breakers should
be connected to a same
general supply switch for cutting power supply of all indoor units.
Indoor Unit Model
Min. Sectional Area of
Capacity of the Circuit
Min. Sectional Area of
breaker
Earth lead (mm )
Power Cord (mm2)
Wall-mounted Units
10
1.0
1.0
Duct Type Units
10
1.0
1.0
10
1.0
1.0
10
1.0
1.0
10
1.0
1.0
Cassette Type Units( Heat
Pump or Cooling Only)
One-way Cassette Type units
Floor-standing
Units
2
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Selection of Installation Location and Precautions
If choose the indoor unit with auxiliary electric heater which decides the capacity of circuit breaker. Below is
the circuit breaker models which should be specially configured.
Model of Indoor Units(with
auxiliary electric)
Capacity of Circuit Breaker
Min. Sectional Area of
2
Min. Sectional Area of
Earth lead (mm )
Power Cord (mm2)
22、28、32、36 duct type units
10
1.0
1.0
40、45、50duct type units
13
1.5
1.5
20
2.5
2.5
13
1.5
1.5
10
1.0
1.0
13
1.5
1.5
13
1.5
1.5
10
1.0
1.0
40、45、50 ultra-thin duct units
13
1.5
1.5
56、63、71 ultra-thin duct units
16
2.5
2.5
56、63、71、80duct type units
90、100、112、125、140 duct
type units
28、36、45、50 cassette type
units
56、63、71 cassette type units
80、90、112、125 cassette type
units
22、25、28、32、36 ultra-thin
duct units
● Noise Control
☆ Install the unit at a well-ventilated place; otherwise it might result in decreased working capacity or higher
noise.
☆ Install the unit securely on a base that can fully support its weight; otherwise vibration and noise might be
caused.
☆ Install the outdoor unit so that the hot air or noise will not disturb your neighbors.
☆ Do not place any obstacle close the outlet of outdoor unit; otherwise it might result in decreased working
capacity or higher noise.
☆ If the air conditioner gives out abnormal noise during use, please immediately contact your dealer.
● Accessories for Installation Use
For the accessories for installation of indoor units and outdoor units, please see the Packing List in the
package.
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
● Precautions on Installation of Outdoor Unit
To ensure the unit in proper function, selection of installation location must be in accordance with following
principles:
☆ Outdoor unit shall be installed so that the air discharged by outdoor unit will not return and that sufficient
space for repair shall be provided around the machine.
☆ Place of installation must be well ventilated so that the machine can absorb and discharge sufficient air.
Ensure the air inlet and outlet of the machine are not blocked. If blocked, please clear off the obstacles
blocking the air inlet or outlet.
☆ Place of installation shall be strong enough to support the weight of outdoor unit, and it shall be able to
insulate noise and prevent vibration. Ensure that the wind and noise from the unit will not affect your
neighbors.
☆ Outdoor unit must be lifted by using designated lifting hole. Take care to protect the unit during lift. To
avoid rusting, do not knock the metal parts.
☆ Try best to avoid direct sunshine.
☆ Place of installation must be able to drain the rainwater and defrosting water.
☆ Place of installation must ensure that the machine will not be buried under snow or subject to the
influence of rubbish or oil fog.
☆ To meet the noise and vibration requirements, the outdoor unit shall be installed with rubber damper or
spring damper.
☆ Installation dimension shall be in accordance with the installation requirements in this
manual. Outdoor unit must be securely fixed to the position.
☆ The unit shall be installed by professional technicians.
● Installation of Outdoor Unit
1. Outline Dimension of GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
Outline Dimension of GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
unit:mm
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
2. Outdoor Unit Installation Holes of GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
Outdoor Unit Installation Holes of GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
unit:mm
3.To handle the outdoor unit, enough length of two ropes must be used on four directions. To avoid
displacement of unit center, the angle of the ropes must be kept lower than 40° during lift and movement.
The below is illustration for lifting of GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M outdoor unit, with which other outdoor unit
series with outlet on top is similar.
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
<40°
4. During installation, tighten the support and base of the unit by using M12 screws.
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
5. Space dimension for installation of the unit is shown below.
1) Clearance data of single unit
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
Electric box and exit are on this side
Air Outlet
Outdoor
Unit
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
2) Clearance data of multiple unit
¾ Requirements for mounting space dimensions of single-fan and single-fan double-module outdoor units
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
Air Outlet
Air Outlet
Electric box and exit are on this side
Electric box and exit are on this side
¾ Requirements for mounting space dimensions of single-fan three-module and double-fan double-module
outdoor units
Air Outlet
Air Outlet
Electric box and exit are on this side
出风口
Electric box and exit are on this side
¾ Requirements for mounting space dimensions of double-fan three-module outdoor units
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
Air outlet
Air Outlet
Electric box and exit are on this side
3).Take Monsoons and Snow into Consideration
To ensure good ventilation, the top of unit shall be kept open and free of any obstructions. In case that the
front side and left side (or right side) of the outdoor unit is open space, the unit shall be installed in the same
direction.
No restriction to wall height
Back side
Front side
Back side
Front side
Max. three machines in line
nce to another outdoor unit beside
Dimension of installation space for back-to-back installation is as below.
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
No restriction to wall height
Front side
Back side
Back side
Front side
Max. four machines in line
o another outdoor unit beside
In case there are walls on four sides of the outdoor unit,
it is suggested to install the unit in the same direction.
No restriction to wall height
Front side
Back side
Back side
Front side
Max. Four machines in line
e to another outdoor unit beside
In case there are walls on four sides of the outdoor unit,
it is suggested to install the unit in the same direction.
No restriction to wall height
后侧
前侧
后侧
前侧
Max. four machines in line
4). The monsoon shall be taken into consideration when installing the outdoor unit.
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
Correct
Incorrect
Correct
Protective
cover
Fresh air
suction side
(back side)
Fresh air
suction side
(back side)
Fresh air
suction side
(back side)
Fresh air suction side (back side)
The defrost time will be extended under this condition.
5). The snow shall be taken into consideration when installing the outdoor unit.
To prevent the snow from covering air supply outlet and air return inlet, it is required to use protective
covers on them, and use a higher foundation base.
Incorrect
Correct
Monsoon
Return air
protective cover
(to be provided
on installation
site)
Air supply
outlet protective
cover (to be
provided on
installation site)
)
The base height shall consider the snow.
6.Outdoor unit shall be installed on a concrete base with10cm height
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Monsoon
Installation of Outdoor Unit
Nut
Spring washer
Support
Type of anchoring bolt:JA
Size M12
4 bolts required
Screws protruding out
Drainage ditch
Construction method for anchoring bolt
Incline smoothly downward for 1/50 approx.
uilt on ground
Drainage ditch
When foundation is built on floor
型槽
型槽
Centralized Installation of Multiple Units
A Viewa
Notes:
1) Concrete proportioning: Cement: sand: stone = 1: 2: 4. Meanwhile, 10 pieces of φ10mm reinforced
steel bars shall be placed every 30mm.
2)
3)
4)
5)
Level the foundation surface with mortar and chamfer the sharp edge.
It is not needed to use gravel stone when the foundation is built on concrete floor, but the foundation
surface must be deburred.
Drainage ditch shall be built around the foundation, so that the condensate from the equipment can be
fully discharged.
To install the air conditioner on roof, please check the strength of building and take waterproof
measures.
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Installation of Outdoor Unit
●Electrical Cable Connection
Cautions:
☆ Outdoor unit and indoor unit may be of unified power supply or separate power supply. But the
indoor units must be of unified power supply.
☆ Be sure install a circuit breaker that can cut off the power of complete system.
● Power Cable Connection:
1. Pass the cable though rubber ring.
2. Connect the power cable with the terminal marked “L1, L2, L3 & N” and earthing screws.
3. Fix the cables with cable clamp.
● Connection of Distribution (Communication) Line:
1. Open the electric box on outdoor unit.
2. Pass the distribution (communication) line into the base and through the rubber ring of electrical box.
3. Insert the distribution (communication) line into 4-pin terminal CN11 on outdoor unit circuit board.
4. Fix the distribution (communication) lines properly.
5. Put back the junction cover plate and tighten the screws. Cover up the panel.
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●Installation requirements of refrigerant piping
1. Specification of Connecting Pipes
R410A refrigerant system
External
Diameter(mm/inch)
Thickness(mm)
Type
Φ6.35(1/4)
≥0.8
0
Φ9.52(3/8)
≥0.8
0
Φ12.70(1/2)
≥0.8
0
Φ15.88(5/8)
≥1
0
Φ19.05(3/4)
≥1
1/2H
Φ22.2(7/8)
≥1.5
1/2H
Φ25.40(1/1)
≥1.5
1/2H
Φ28.60(9/8)
≥1.5
1/2H
Φ34.90(11/8)
≥1.5
1/2H
Φ38.10(12/8)
≥1.5
1/2H
Φ41.30(13/8)
≥1.5
1/2H
Φ44.45(7/4)
≥1.5
1/2H
Φ54.1(17/8)
≥1.5
1/2H
2. Allowable Length and Height Differences of the Connecting pipes between the Indoor and Outdoor Units
Allowable
(m/ft)
value
500/1640
150/492
175/574
R410A refrigerant system
Total length (actual length) of fitting pipe
Length of the furthest fitting
Actual length
pipe
Equivalent length
Equivalent length of fitting pipe
st
from the 1 branch joint to farthest indoor unit
Outdoor unit at
Height differences between
upper
indoor unit and outdoor unit
Outdoor unit at
lower
Height differences between indoor units
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Fitting pipe
L1+L2+L3+L4+…+L9+a+b+…+s+t
L1+L6+L7+L8+L9+o+t
40/131.2
L1+L6+L7+L8+L9+o+t
50/164
——
40/131.2
——
15/49.2
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3. Selection of Diameter of Branch Pipe and Connection Pipe
System Piping Schematics:
Connection pipes between the branch
piping of outdoor unit and indoor unit
Connection pipe between the branch piping of outdoor
unit and the first branch pipe on the indoor side
Connection branch piping
between outdoor units
Connecting pipe between the branch piping
of indoor unit and mode exchanger
Connection piping between
branch pipes of outdoor units
Indoor Unit 1
Branch piping
between indoor units
Connecting pipe between the branch
piping of indoor unit and mode converter
Connecting pipe between the
branch pipes of outdoor unit
Indoor Unit 2
Connecting pipe between the branch
piping of indoor unit and mode converter
Connecting pipe between the
branch pipes of outdoor unit
Indoor Unit 3
Connecting pipe between the
branch pipes of outdoor unit
1). Selection of the branch piping between outdoor units
R410A refrigerant
Total Capacity of the Outdoor Unit
system
(C)
224≤C≤960
Y-Type Branch Pipe
960<C
Model
ML01R
ML02R
Piping between outdoor unit and connection sub-assy
Piping between outdoor unit and connection sub-assy
Piping between connection sub-assys of module
Piping between outdoor unit and indoor unit
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The diameter of the piping (the main pipe) from the Outdoor Unit to the first branch joint
A. For a single-module system, the diameter of the piping from the Outdoor Unit to the first branch joint shall
be selected according to the diameter of refrigerant piping for outdoor unit. The diameter of connection pipes
for basic module outdoor unit is as below:
Piping Connections
Suction Gas
Discharge Gas
(mm)
(mm)
Basic Model
Liquid
(mm)
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M
Φ9.5
Φ22.2
Φ19.1
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
Φ9.5
Φ22.2
Φ19.1
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
Φ12.7
Φ28.6
Φ19.1
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
Φ12.7
Φ28.6
Φ22.2
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ12.7
Φ28.6
Φ22.2
B. If it is multi-module system,
The diameter of the branch piping between modules and outdoor unit shall be selected based on the
diameter of the connection pipe of basic module outdoor unit. The diameter of the connection pipe of basic
module outdoor unit is as below:
Piping Connections
Lquid
pipe
Low-pressure
gas pipe
High-pressure
gas pipe
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M
Φ9.5
Φ22.2
Φ19.1
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
Φ9.5
Φ22.2
Φ19.1
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
Φ12.7
Φ28.6
Φ19.1
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
Φ12.7
Φ28.6
Φ22.2
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ12.7
Φ28.6
Φ22.2
Basic Model
The diameter of the connection pipe between the branch pipes of basic module outdoor unit is as follows:
Diameter of the refrigerant piping between the branch
pipes of outdoor unit
Total rated
capacity Q
of upstream
outdoor unit
450≥Q
960≥Q>
450
1580≥Q>
960
Q>1580
Lquid pipe
(mm)
Φ12.7
High-pressur
e gas pipe
(mm)
Φ28.6
Low-pressur
e gas pipe
(mm)
Φ28.6
Φ19.1
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
Φ22.2
Φ25.4
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
Φ54.1
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The diameter of the piping from the end branch pipe of outdoor unit to the first branch pipe of indoor unit
shall be selected according to the capacity of combined basic modules as below:
Piping Connections
Uses combination of
Lquid
pipe
(mm)
Low-pressure
gas pipe
(mm)
High-pressure
gas pipe
(mm)
GMV-Pdhm504W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
Φ15.9
Φ28.6
Φ22.2
GMV-Pdhm560W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
Φ15.9
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm615W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
Φ15.9
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm680W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
Φ15.9
Φ34.9
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm730W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ34.9
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm800W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ34.9
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm850W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ34.9
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm900W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ34.9
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm960W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ34.9
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm1010W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ41.3
Φ28.6
GMV-Pdhm1070W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ41.3
Φ34.9
Multple Model
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GMV-Pdhm1130W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ41.3
Φ34.9
GMV-Pdhm1180W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ41.3
Φ34.9
GMV-Pdhm1250W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ41.3
Φ34.9
GMV-Pdhm1300W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ41.3
Φ34.9
GMV-Pdhm1350W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ19.1
Φ41.3
Φ34.9
Φ22.2
Φ44.5
Φ34.9
Φ22.2
Φ44.5
Φ41.3
Φ22.2
Φ44.5
Φ41.3
Φ22.2
Φ44.5
Φ41.3
GMV-Pdhm1410W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm1460W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm1515W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm1580W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
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GMV-Pdhm1630W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm1700W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm1750W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm1800W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
Φ25.4
Φ54.1
Φ41.3
Φ25.4
Φ54.1
Φ41.3
Φ25.4
Φ54.1
Φ41.3
Φ25.4
Φ54.1
Φ41.3
Note:
1)For outdoor unit with total rated capacity less than 20.0kW
If the length from outdoor unit to the farthest indoor unit is equal to or longer than 50m, bigger pipes
shall be used as the liquid-side main pipe and the high and low pressure gas main pipes from outdoor unit to
the first branch pipe of indoor unit. The max. diameter shall not be more than Φ54.1mm.
2) For outdoor unit with total rated capacity more than or equal to 20.0kW and less than 60.0kW
If outdoor unit is a single-unit system or a single-module system, and if the length from outdoor unit to
the farthest indoor unit is longer than 70m, bigger pipes shall be used as the liquid-side main pipe and the
high and low pressure gas main pipes from outdoor unit to the first branch pipe of indoor unit. The max.
diameter shall not be more than Φ54.1mm.
If outdoor unit is a module parallel system, and if the length of the first branch pipe of outdoor unit to the
farthest indoor unit is longer than or equal to 70m, bigger pipes shall be used as the liquid-side main pipe
and the high and low pressure gas main pipes from the first branch pipe of outdoor unit to the first branch
pipe of the indoor unit. The max. diameter shall not be more than Φ54.1mm.
3) For outdoor unit with total rated capacity more than 60.0.0kW
If outdoor unit is a single-unit system or a single-module system, and if the length from outdoor unit to
the farthest indoor unit is longer than 90m, bigger pipes shall be used as the liquid-side main pipe and the
high and low pressure gas main pipes from outdoor unit to the first branch pipe of indoor unit. The max.
diameter shall not be more than Φ54.1mm.
If outdoor unit is a module parallel system, and if the length of the first branch pipe of outdoor unit to the
farthest indoor unit is longer than or equal to 90m, bigger pipes shall be used as the liquid-side main pipe
and the high and low pressure gas main pipes from the first branch pipe of outdoor unit to the first branch
pipe of the indoor unit. The max. diameter shall not be more than Φ54.1mm.
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3). Selection of the branch pipe of indoor unit
Branch pipes between indoor units shall be selected based on the total capacity of downstream indoor units
in accordance with the following table.
R410A refrigerant
system
Y-Type Branch Pipe
Total Capacity of the
Downstream Indoor Unit (X)
X≤56
56<X≤220
220<X≤300
300<X≤680
680<X≤960
960<X≤1350
1350<X
Model
FQ01Na/A
FQ02Na/A
FQ03Na/A
FQ04Na/A
FQ05Na/A
FQ06Na/A
FQ07Na/A
Note:
A. When the total capacity of downstream indoor units is higher than the capacity of outdoor unit, the branch
pipe shall be selected according to the capacity of outdoor unit.
For branch pipes with capacity more than FQ05Na/A(including FQ05Na/A), the ratio of the capacity
values corresponding to the two branches after the jointing shall not exceed 3:1.
Example: To branch the pipe for which the total capacity code of downstream indoor unit is 960, the sum of
the capacity code of downstream indoor units on any side after branching shall not be less than 240.
B.
C.Only branch pipes FQ04Na/A, FQ03Na/A, FQ02Na/A and FQ01Na/A can be directly connected to indoor
unit, and other branch pipes can not be directly connected to indoor unit. Branch pipe FQ03Na/A can not be
used for connection of two or more indoor units with capacity more than 56 (including 56).
D. If no suitable pipe is available for branch piping, a transition pipe shall be added, or coupling of piping with
the exterior of branch pipe shall be used for connection.
4).The diameter of the piping between branch joints (the branch pipe) and the side branch pipes of the
indoor unit.
Total capacity code
High-pressure gas pipe
Low-pressure gas pipe
Lquid pipe
of indoor units at
downstream side
mm
inch
mm
inch
mm
inch
C≤56
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ9.52
1/2
1/2
3/8
56<C≤142
Φ12.7
Φ15.9
Φ9.52
1/2
5/8
3/8
142<C≤220
Φ15.9
Φ19.1
Φ9.52
5/8
3/4
3/8
220<C≤300
Φ19.1
Φ22.2
Φ9.52
3/4
7/8
3/8
300<X≤500
Φ25.4
Φ28.6
Φ12.7
1
9/8
1/2
500<X≤680
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
Φ15.9
9/8
9/8
5/8
680<X≤960
Φ28.6
Φ34.9
Φ19.1
9/8
11/8
3/4
960<X≤1350
Φ34.9
Φ41.3
Φ19.1
11/8
13/8
3/4
1350<X≤1580
Φ41.3
Φ44.5
Φ22.2
13/8
7/4
7/8
Φ41.3
Φ44.5
Φ25.4
1580<X
13/8
7/4
1
5).The diameter of the piping from the branch joint (branch pipe) to ME unit
The diameter of copper pipe between branch pipe and ME box’s shall be equal to ME box’s connection pipe.
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Model
Capacity of Indoor
Unit
CHS22
CHS36
22、25、28
32、36、40、45、
50
56、63、71、80
90、100、112、125
CHS71
CHS90
High-pressure
Gas Pipe
(mm)
Φ9.52
Φ9.52
Low-pressure
Gas Pipe
(mm)
Φ9.52
Φ12.7
Liquid
Pipe
(mm)
Φ6
Φ6
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ15.9
Φ15.9
Φ9.52
Φ9.52
Note:
A. If the distance between indoor unit and nearest branch pipe is more than 10meter, then the cooper pipe
should be one grade bigger.
B Only branch pipes FQ04Na/A, FQ03Na/A, FQ02Na/A and FQ01Na/A can be directly connected to indoor
unit, and other branch pipes can not be directly connected to indoor unit. Branch pipe FQ03Na/A can not be
used for connection of two or more indoor units with capacity more than 56 (including 56).
C. For indoor unit with rated capacity less than 5.0kW, if the length from branch piping to indoor unit is longer
than or equal to 10m, a bigger pipe shall be used as liquid pipe from the branch piping to indoor unit.
6). The diameter of the piping between mode exchanger and indoor unit
The refrigerant piping between mode exchanger and indoor unit shall have the same diameter as the
refrigerant piping of indoor unit. The diameters of refrigerant piping for the indoor units of different capacities
are as below:
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Capacity code range of
indoor unit (C)
C≤28
28<C≤50
50<C≤140
Gas pipe
mm(inch)
Φ9.52(3/8)
Φ12.7(1/2)
Φ15.9(5/8)
Liquid pipe
mm(inch)
Φ6.35(1/4)
Φ6.35(1/4)
Φ9.52(3/8)
Note:
A. If the distance between indoor unit and nearest branch pipe is more than 10meter,then the cooper pipe
should be one grade bigger.
B. For indoor unit with rated capacity less than 5.0kW, if the length from branch piping to indoor unit is longer
than or equal to 10m, a bigger pipe shall be used as liquid pipe from the branch piping to indoor unit.
7) .The oil balance pipe installation between basic models.
When the outdoor unit is combined with two or more basic modules the oil balance pipe should be installed
between basic models. It is connected with Φ12.7mm copper pipe,anΦ13.0mm oil balancing connection
three-way valve is needed when there are more than two units combined together.
8). Outdoor unit piping sequence diagram
A.GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
B.GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
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C.
Three-dimensional Diagram of valves
Cut-off
valve of
liquid
pipes
Cut-off valve of low
pressure gas pipe
Cut-off valve for equalized
oil pipe
Cut-off valve for Gas-liquid
seperator of low pressure
refrigerants cycle
Cut-off valve of high
pressure gas pipes
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4. Design requirements for oil trap
If the height difference between the indoor unit and outdoor unit exceeds 6m, one oil trap shall be
installed every 6m from lower to upper on the vertical section of high-pressure pipe and low-pressure pipe.
The oil trap shall be fabricated into two U-type elbows or one return-type elbow. The height shall be 3~5
times the piping diameter.
See below for details on installation and fabrication of oil trap.
a. The oil trap may be fabricated into U-type or return-type.
b. If outdoor unit is below indoor unit, it is not needed to install oil trap on the vertical pipe of low
pressure gas piping, but oil trap must be mounted at the lowest place and at the highest place of the
vertical pipe of high pressure gas piping.
c. If the outdoor unit is below the indoor unit, it is not needed to install oil trap at the highest or lowest
position. If the outdoor unit is above the indoor unit, oil trap and stop elbow must be installed at the
lowest and highest position of the vertical pipe. See the schematics below:
d. See the schematics below:
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Oil trap
Oil trap
Oil trap
Outdoor unit is higher than indoor unit
e. Fabrication dimension of oil trap is as shown below:
A
mm
Φ19.0
Φ22.2
Φ25.4
Φ28.6
Φ34.9
Φ38.1
Φ41.3
Φ44.45
Φ54.1
B(mm)
C(mm)
inch
≥34
≥31
≥45
≥45
≥60
≥60
≥80
≥90
≥90
3/4
7/8
1/1
9/8
11/8
12/8
13/8
7/4
17/8
36
≤150
≤150
≤150
≤150
≤250
≤350
≤450
≤500
≤500
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5 INSTALLATION OF MODE EXCHANGER
5.1 Selection of installation site
The mode exchanger sub-assembly shall be installed close to the manhole or return air inlet(Notes: The
precondition for installation close to return air inlet is that it will not affect the normal air inlet of the unit and
can ensure repair of the components).
.
The following diagram is the standard position of the ME UNIT installation.
Ceiling
Manhole
Standard
position No.1
Ceiling
Manhole
Standard
position No.2
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Ceiling
Manhole
Standard position No.3
If the installation site of mode exchanger is far from the manhole of indoor unit due to construction structure,
the mode exchanger must be provided with a manhole separately.
Fixing hanger rod
must be added.
Manhole
Manhole
Ceiling
5.2 Dimensions Data
The dimensions data of CHS22~ CHS90:
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5.3 Cautions for Installation
A. The mode exchanger must be installed by using hanger rod. During installation, the components must be
kept vertically upright according to the indicated direction;
B. During installation, enough space shall be considered for removal of the components. The pipe shall not
be jammed between the components.
C. The distance of the component to the indoor unit along the pipe shall not be higher than 5000mm;
D. The component shall be installed in a straight line to the inlet pipe and branch pipe (See schematics
below):
Branch pipe
Plan view
Wrong connection
Branch pipe
Plan view
Branch pipe
Top view
Correct
connection
E. The diameter of the copper tube from mode exchanger to indoor unit is small. When the pipe from mode
exchanger to indoor unit is longer than 1.5m, this pipe section, including the big pipe section, must be added
with hanger rod.
See the schematics below:
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Fixing hanger rod
must be added.
Ceiling
Manhole
G. After completing the welding, use the strap to bundle the control wires along the pipeline.
H. After airtight test of the system, the mode exchanger must be thermally insulated. There shall be no
copper tube exposed; otherwise, condensing and dripping might be caused.
Thermal Insulation
Materials
Copper Pipe
No clearance
No clearance
● Connection of Outlet Pipe with Indoor & Outdoor Unit
☆ See the below for the torque required to tighten the nuts.
☆ Align the expansion end of copper pipe with the center
of threaded joint. Tighten the flaring nuts with your hands.
☆ Tighten the flaring nuts with torque wrench until you hear a “click”.
☆ Bend of fitting pipe shall not be too low; or the fitting pipe might
crack. Please use pipe bender when bending the fitting pipe.
☆ Use sponge to wrap the connecting pipe and joints without heat
preservation. Tie with plastic tapes.
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Fitting Pipe for
Indoor Unit
Flaring Nuts
Fitting Pipe
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Torque Sheet for Tightening Nuts
Pipe Diameter
Wall Thickness
Tightening Torque
(mm)
(mm)
(N·m)
Ø6.35
Ø 9.52
Ø 12.7
Ø 15.9
Ø 19.05
≥0.5
≥0.71
≥1
≥1
≥1
15-30
30-40
45-50
60-65
70-75
Caution:
1. When connecting indoor unit and pipe, never pull the big and small joint of indoor unit with force, so as to
prevent the capillary tube or other tubes of indoor unit from cracking and causing leakage.
2.Connecting pipe shall be supported by a rack without transmitting its weight to other units.
● Connection of Branch pipe
☆ Y-Type Branch pipe
到其它分支管
To other branch
或到室内机
pipe or indoor unit
Pipe for Site Use
现场用管
Outlet 1
出口1
Inlet进口
出口2
Outlet
Outdoor Unit
室外机
现场用管
Pipe for
2
Y-Type branch
Pipe
Y型分歧管
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Site Use
Connection of Indoor and Outdoor Unit
☆ Y-type branch pipe is equipped with auxiliary tubes to adjust the diameter of different pipes. If the
dimension of the pipe selected for site use is different from the dimension of branch pipe joint, use the
pipe cutter to cut from the middle of the pipe with different dimensions, and deburr it as well. Please see
below.
Cut从中间切开
from Middle
☆ Y-type branch pipe must be installed so that the manifold is in vertical or horizontal direction.
±30°以内
Within ±30°
±30°以内
A View
A向示图
B
Within ±30°
A
B
View
B向示图
☆ A straight pipe 300mm at least shall be provided on inlet side of branch pipe. Space between branch
pipes must be kept at 800mm or more. Space between two bending points shall be kept at 800mm or
more. Space between branch pipe and bending point shall also be kept at 800mm or more.
☆ On air pipe side, heat preservation materials which are able to endure 120℃ or a higher temperature
shall be used for heat preservation of branch pipe. Do not use the foam on branch pipe as the material
for heat preservation. To prevent liquid pipe from leaking, it is required to connect the two types of heat
preservation materials end to end, i.e. the foam material on branch pipe and the heat preservation
material used on site. After that, wrap up the joints between the two types of materials.
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Connection of Indoor and Outdoor Unit
Caution:
● For multi-split air conditioner system, each pipe shall be pasted with label to identify the pipe for each
system and avoid wrong connection.
● Installation of Protective Layer on Connection Pipe
1. To avoid condensate dew or water leakage on connecting pipe, the high pressure gas pipe, low pressure
gas pipe and liquid pipe must be wrapped with heat preservation material and adhesive pipe for insulation
from the air. High- pressure gas pipe should be covered with heat insulator which can endure at 120℃ or
higher.
2. The joints on indoor unit and outdoor unit must be wrapped with heat preservation materials and have no
clearance against the wall surface of indoor unit and outdoor unit.
No Clearance
无间隙
Caution:
When the pipe is properly protected, do not bend it to a very small angle; otherwise the pipe
might crack or broken.
3. Wrap the pipe with tapes.
☆ Use the adhesive tape to wrap the connecting pipe and cable into one bundle. To prevent condensate
water from overflowing out of the drainpipe, the drainpipe shall be separated from connecting pipe and
cable.
☆Wrap the heat preservation tape so that each ring of tape shall press half of the previous ring.
☆ Fix the wrapped pipe onto the wall with pipe clamp.
Caution:
☆ Do not wrap the protective tape too tightly, as this will decrease the heat insulation performance. Ensure
that the drain hose of condensate water is separated.
☆ After completing the protection work and wrapping the pipe properly, close the wall holes with sealing
materials.
● Connection of Communication Line for Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit
Open the electrical box of indoor unit and outdoor unit. Insert the distribution line (communication line)
into electrical box via cable hole. Be sure to connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit in accordance with the
wiring diagram labeled on the unit. (Refer to the electrical wiring of indoor unit and outdoor unit). The
specification of power cable shall be selected in reference to the power capacity and installation
environment of the unit. If no error, press wire clip respectively onto the cables tightly and then reinstall the
electrical box cover. Magnetic rings shall be installed on two ends of the communication line.
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Communication of the System
Ⅰ. Communication system of GREE Heat Recovery D.C Inverter Multi-VRF includes:
1. Communication between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit;
2. Communication among the indoor units
3. Communication among the outdoor units( in modules combination)
4. Communication among pinboards of outdoor units( when increasing pinboards is needed.)
Ⅱ.The communication way of GREE Heat Recovery D.C Inverter Multi-VRF includes:
1. All of the communication ways are 485 communication
2 Indoor units network: Dual-core twisted pair lines whose ends are three-pin XH plug are applied in the
communication between outdoor units-indoor units/ indoor units-indoor units.
3. Outdoor units network: Dual-core twisted pair lines whose ends are four-pin XH plug applied in
communication between module to module.
Ⅲ. Traits of communication for Heat Recovery D.C Inverter Multi-VRF
1. Communications among modules are by the mainboards connection inside modules
2. A communication pinboard is equipped in each module which can communicate with max, 16 indoor units
simultaneously.
8×16=128 台;Max. 8 pinboards can be equipped in each system and theoretically, max. quantity of indoor
units can be: 8×16=128 sets;
3. Extra pinboards are needed when indoor units of the system are more than that of pinboards connecting.
Added pinboards can directly connect to previous pinboards.
ⅣConnection of communication lines
1. Connection for communication lines of indoor units and outdoor units
1.1 By directly connecting pinboards of outdoor units and mainboards of indoor units with communication
lines, outdoor units and indoor units communicate with each other.
Communication lines adopt two-pin
twisted pair lines whose ends are three-pin XH plug The corresponding interface port of pinboards is CN4.
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Communication of the System
Communication interface port
CN4 of pinboards
1.2 When single module is applied in the outdoor unit and the Qty of indoor units are greater than 16sets
and less than or equal to 32 sets:
When the Qty of indoor units are greater than 16sets and less than or equal to 32 sets, the indoor units that
each pinboard connects cannot exceed 16sets and the corresponding interface port of pinboards is CN4.
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Communication of the System
Communication interface
port CN4 of pinboards
1.3 When the qty of modules for outdoor units is two or above and the Qty of indoor units is less than or
equal to 16sets.
One communication line connecting pinboard of one of outdoor modules is enough for communication of all
indoor units,
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Communication of the System
It is acceptable to connect
with pinboard of other
module.
1.4 2 modules or above are applied to
outdoor units and the Qty of the indoor units is less than or equal to
(N×16):
When the Qty of indoor units is less than or equal to (N×16), there is no need for extra pinboards. The
Qty of indoor units that each pinboards connects should less than or equal to 16 sets and the interface port
of corresponding pinboard is CN4.
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Communication of the System
Communication
interface
port
CN4 of
pinboards
1.5 2 modules or above are applied to
outdoor units and the Qty of the indoor units is greater than(N×16):
When the Qty of indoor units is greater than (N×16),
the extra pinboards should be added. The Qty of
adding pinboards is :[ total indoor units –(N×16)]/16. The Qty of indoor units that each pinboards connects
should less than or equal to 16 sets and the interface port of corresponding pinboard is CN4.
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Communication of the System
Added pinboards
For example: there are total 2 modules in outdoor units and each module equips one pinboard which can
connect max, 16 indoor units So there are 32 sets indoor units can be connected. But the actual Qty of
indoor units is 45 sets in this project, so one pinboard should be added:( 45-32)/16=0.81
2. Connection of communication lines between indoor and outdoor units.
Communication between indoor units and outdoor units is restrained in network of the same pinboard which
can connect 16 sets of indoor units at the most.
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Communication of the System
Communiation line 2
of indoor units
Communiation line 1 of
indoor units
Communication
among
different pinboard is
prohibited
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Communication of the System
3. Connection of communication lines of outdoor modules.
By directly connecting mainboard with the dual-core and four-port communication line, communication of
outdoor modules can be realized. Communication interface in mainboard is CN16.
Mainboard of the
outdoor unit
Module
communication
interface in main
board:
CN16, CN17 or
CN18
Communication
among modules
Ⅵ.Communication Address Setting
Communication address setting includes: address setting of indoor units, address setting of wired controller,
communication address setting of outdoor units, the module Qty setting of outdoor units and communication
address setting of pinboard.
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Communication of the System
Module address code SW3
Mainboard of
outdoor units
Module Qty
code SW2
Address code SA1
of pinboard
1. Address setting of indoor untis
Cautions as setting address of indoor units
1). Indoor units connected with a same pinboard whose address can be set as 1~16 # but addresses cannot
be reduplicative.
2). Addresses of indoor units connected with different pinboard can be the same.
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Communication of the System
Indoor units connected
with the same pinboard
Addresses of indoor
Units connected with the
Same pinboard can not
be repulicative.
Addresses of indoor units
connected with the same
pinboard can not be
repulicative.
Indoor units connected with
the same pinboard
The mainboard of the wire controller has a 4-bit DIP controller to allocate the address of the controller. The
address of the wire controller must be identical with the address of the corresponding indoor unit.
Address setting of indoor unit and wire controller are shown in the following table:
Bits 1~4 for Address Setting
Corresponding Pins of the 8-Bit (4-Bit) DIP Switch
4
3
2
1
Allocated
Address
4
3
2
1
Allocated
Address
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
1
10
0
0
1
0
3
1
0
1
0
11
0
0
1
1
4
1
0
1
1
12
0
1
0
0
5
1
1
0
0
13
0
1
0
1
6
1
1
0
1
14
0
1
1
0
7
1
1
1
0
15
0
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
16
Note: The position “ON” means “0”.
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Communication of the System
2. Address Setting of Wired Controller
Caution:
When setting the communication address of wired controller, the address has to be the same as the
mainboard address of connecting indoor units, or communication error code “E6” will be displayed.
Mainboard address
of indoor units
Address of
wired controller
3. Module Qty Setting of Outdoor Units
When there is module combination system in outdoor units, each module in the same cooling system has to
set the Qty of module combination and the setting Qty must be the same or communication error code” E6”
will be displayed. The module Qty setting of the system is in the mainboard of each module and the Qty
code is SW2.
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Communication of the System
Module Qty
code SW2
Qty code of each
module should be
the same. The Qty
code in this
example is “3”
4. Qty code of each module should be the same. The Qty code in this example is “3”
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Communication of the System
When there is module combination system in outdoor units, each module in the same cooling system has to
set the module address code which cannot be reduplicative or communication error code” E6” will be
displayed. The setting sequence of module address has to be as the follows:
If the total modules in the same cooling system is 4, module sequence must be: 1#, 2#, 3#, 4#;
If the total modules in the same cooling system is 3, module sequence must be: 1#, 2#, 3#;
If the total modules in the same cooling system is 2, module sequence must be: 1#, 2#;
If the total modules in the same cooling system is 1, module sequence must be: 1#;
Module address code is in “SW3” of mainboard.
Each
module
code
is
in
address
“SW3”
of
mainboard.
Each module address cannot be
reduplicative and address codes in
this example are “1”,”2 ”,”3”
6.
Communication address setting of pinboard
When there is module combination system in outdoor units, each pinboard in the same cooling system has
to set the address code which cannot be reduplicative or communication error code” E6” will be displayed.
Address code of pinboard is SA1, and address setting range is 1#~8#.
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Communication of the System
Address code of each pinboard is
SA1. Each pinboard address cannot
be reduplicative and address codes
in this example are “1”,”2 ”,”3”
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Communication of the System
Ⅶ. Code Table
Model of
Control
Device
Code
Tyoe
Silk
Screen of
Code
Dialing Method
Capac
ity
Code Position
module
capacity
Mainboard of
Outdoor Units
module
Qty
ON
1
SW1
(Capacity)
4
ON
3
ON
2
ON
1
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OF
F
ON
OFF
OFF
OF
F
OF
F
ON
OF
F
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
/
SW2
(Out-No.)
-
OFF
ON
OF
ON
F
Code Position
/
2
1
ON
ON
ON OFF
OF
ON
F
-
OF
F
OFF
1
2
3
module
address
ON
SW3
(Address)
2
pinboard
address
/
/
2
1
-
-
ON
ON
-
-
ON
OFF
-
-
-
-
SA1
OF
F
OF
F
ON
OFF
Code Position
/
-
3
ON
ON
-
ON
-
ON
-
OF
F
59
2
ON
ON
OF
F
OF
F
ON
4
Addre
ss
Code Position
Pinboard
22.4K
W
28.0K
W
33.5K
W
40.0K
W
45.0K
W
50.4K
W
55.0K
W
Qty
2
-
1
Note
1#
units
2#
units
3#
units
4#
units
Addre
ss
1
ON
OFF
1
2
ON
3
OFF
4
ON
5
.Gluing already
Code is set in
factory according
to model of the
unit
and
the
correction
is
needless. If the
code which is not
in this table is set,
there might be an
error in the unit.
This code is valid
when the module
address
of
mainboard is “0”
and it should be
the same as the
module Qty which
is connected with
the complete unit.
The code is set
when
on
site
installation.
The code shall be
increased from “0”
and
the
max
address
code
cannot exceed the
module Qty code.
There is no need
for gluing and the
code is set when
on site installation.
The address code
of each pinboard
in the complete
unit cannot be
reduplicative and
there
is
no
requirement
for
sequence.
The
code is set when
on site installation.
-
OF
F
OF
F
OF
F
ON
OF
F
OF
F
OFF
6
ON
7
OFF
8
Addre
ss
Code Position
Fan Board
fan
address
ON
1
S2
or
S1
/
-
/
-
-
-
-
-
2
60
2
ON
ON
OF
F
OF
F
1
ON
OFF
1
2
ON
3
OFF
4
The code shall be
increased from “0”
and there is no
requirement
for
sequence
and
each module is
independent. The
code is set in
factory and there
is no need for
correction.
Communication of the System
Ⅷ.Definition Table for Interface Ports of the Mainboard
1. transformer input
2. A electric expansion
valve A
3. transformer output
4.communication
interface of drive plate
5.Not Used
6.communication
interface of pinboards
7.communication
interfaces
of
modules
8. Status LED
9. Low pressure sensor
10. high pressure sensor
11.Not Used
12.Not Used
13. Discharge temp.
sensor of fixed speed 2
14. Discharge temp.
sensor of fixed speed 1
15.
discharge
temp.
sensor of the inverter
other
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16.Not Used
17. temp. sensor on the
top of the shell for fixed
speed 2
18. temp. sensor on the
top of the shell for fixed
speed 1
19. temp. sensor on the
top of the shell for the
inverter
20. Mainboard
21. temp sensor of outlet
pipe B
22.Not Used
23. temp sensor of inlet
pipe B
24. temp sensor of outlet
pipe A
25. Not Used
26. temp sensor of inlet
pipe A
27.temp. sensor in outer
ring
28. module capacity code
29. module Qty code
30. module address code
31.Not Used
32. Not Used
33. Not Used
34. button 1
35. button 2
36. button 3
37. quick test vent
38.overcurrent protection
switch
39.Not Used
40.
high
pressure
protection switch
42. oil-equalized valve 2
43. oil return valve2
44.
fixed-.rate
compressor 2
45. fixed-rate compressor
1
47.Not Used
48. electromagnetic valve
D
49. Liquid by-pass
50. oil return valve 1
52. B 4-way valve B
53. electromagnetic valve
C
54. electromagnetic valve
A
55. gas by-pass
41. electric
valve B
46.
inverter
heating tape
expansion
electric
51. oil-equalized valve 1
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56. 4-way valve A
57. power
mainboard
input
of
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Notice for Project Installation
●Pressure Maintaining and Leak Detection
Pressure maintaining and leak detection is required during installation of connecting pipe. After connection
of connecting pipe with indoor/outdoor unit, it should be performed once again.
Operation Procedure:
(1)Charge 3.8Mpa of nitrogen and maintain the pressure for 24 hours.
(2)Observe if the pressure change in 24 hours.
(3)If there is leakage, check screw joints of indoor/outdoor unit and each spot weld.
(4)Recover or repair the leak source and maintain pressure again until it is qualified.
●Selection of Piping at Site and Heat Preservation
Wall thickness and thickness of heat insulator should conform to requirements in following table to ensure
safe project and prevent condensate attaching to heat-insulating pipe dropping.
Connecting Pipe (mm)(External diameter)
Thickness of heat insulator
(mm)
Φ6.35
≥10
Φ9.52
≥10
Φ12.7
≥15
Φ15.9
≥15
Φ19.05
≥15
≥Φ22.2
≥20
●Notice
◆ Only R410A can be used.
The pressure of R410A is about 1.6 times higher than that of R22.
◆ Make sure that refrigerants are charged in liquid condition.
◆ All indoor units must be with exclusive models, and please refer to Selection Manual for applicable
models.
◆ All equipments should be modified to R410 special equipment to avoid damage of ozonosphere and
green house effect.
◆ Before installation or maintenance, get ready for special tools in following table.
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
R410A special tool
Manometer connecting pipe
Filling hose
Electronic scale for refrigerant
charging
Torque spanner
Flaring tool
Vacuum pump
Leakagemeter
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Notice for Project Installation
● Pipe Installation
Pipe installation of refrigerants is very important. Keep inner pipe dry, clean and sealed.
Three important points for pipe installation of refrigerants
Dry
No water in pipe
Clean
No impurities in pipe
Sealed
No leakage in pipe
leakage
impurities
Illustration
Cause
Sign
◆ Water like rainwater enters into
the pipe
◆ Condensate in pipes
◆Blockage of expansion valve or
capillary.
◆ No cold air or hot air
◆ Lube oil is aging
◆Malfunction of compressor
Maintaining pipes
Washing
Precaution
◆ Oxyde results from braze
welding.
◆ Impurities like dirtiness, oil stain
in pipes.
◆ Blockage of expansion valve or
capillary.
◆ No cold air or hot air
◆ Lube oil is aging
◆ Malfunction of compressor
◆ The same to the left
◆ Never use the equipment which
has used other kind of refrigerants.
Vacuum dring
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◆ Braze welding is not firm.
◆ Improper treatment to bell mouth
or incorrect force moment.
◆ Poor refrigerant
◆No cold air or hot air
◆Exhaust
temperature
gets
increased
◆ Lube oil is aging
◆ Malfunction of compressor
◆Conform to basic operation
instruction to braze welding
◆Conform to basic operation
instruction to treatment to bell
mouth
◆ Conform to basic operation
instruction to flange connection
◆ Pressure maintaining and leak
detection
Filling of Refrigerant and Test Run
● Filling of Refrigerant(it shall be done by professionals)
1. Before shipped out from manufacturer, the outdoor unit has been filled with refrigerant. Additional
refrigerants may be filled when carrying out site connection of pipelines.
2. Check the liquid valve, the low pressure gas valve and the high pressure gas valve of the outdoor unit.
The valves shall be completely shut off.
3. Suck the air in indoor unit and in connecting pipe from liquid valve, low -pressure gas valve and highpressure gas valve of outdoor unit with two vacuum pumps and two sets of pressure gages(one of the two
pressure gages only needs one manometer, the other unused manometer should be turned off). Refer to
following Fig.
4. After confirming that there is no leakage from the system, when the compressor is not in operation,
charge additional R410A Refrigerants with specified amount to the unit through the filling opening of the
liquid pipe valve of the outdoor unit.
● Calculating Mass of Additional Refrigerant
1. Mass of Refrigerant in the outdoor unit When Delivered from Manufacturer
GMV-Pdhm224W/NaM
Amount of Refrigerant Filled (kg)
12
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
12
GMV-Pdhm400W/NaM
Amount of Refrigerant Filled (kg)
GMV-Pdhm280W/NaM
14
GMV-Pdhm450W/NaM
15
13
——
——
Notes:
☆ The mass of refrigerant in the outdoor unit when delivered from manufacturer does not include the mass
of additional refrigerant needed by the piping connecting the outdoor unit and the indoor unit.
☆ As the length of the connecting pipe is decided on site, the amount of additional refrigerant shall be
decided depending on the size and the length of the liquid pipe used on site.
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Filling of Refrigerant and Test Run
2. Method of Calculating Mass of Additional Refrigerant to Be Filled (Based on the Liquid Pipe)
Mass of Additional Refrigerant to Be Filled =∑ Length of Liquid Pipe × Amount of Additional Refrigerant to
Be Filled Per Meter of Liquid Pipe
Amount of Additional Refrigerant to Be Filled Per Meter of Liquid Pipe(kg/m)
Φ22.2
Φ19.05
Φ15.9
Φ12.7
Φ9.52
Φ6.35
0.35
0.25
0.17
0.11
0.054
0.022
● Inspection Items after Installation
Check Items
Problems Owing to Improper Installation
Is the installation reliable?
The unit may drop, vibrate or make noises
Has the gas leakage been checked?
Is the thermal insulation of the unit
sufficient?
Is the drainage smooth?
Does the power supply voltage accord
with the rated voltage specified on the
nameplate?
Are the lines and pipelines correctly
installed?
May cause unsatisfactory cooling (heating)
effect
May cause condensation and water
dropping
May cause condensation and water
dropping
The unit may break down
components may be burned out
or
the
The unit may break down
components may be burned out
or
the
or
the
Has the unit been safely grounded?
Risk of electrical leakage
Are the models of lines in conformity with
requirements?
The unit may break down
components may be burned out
Are there any obstacles near the air inlet
and outlet of the indoor and outdoor
units?
May cause unsatisfactory cooling (heating)
effect
Have the length of refrigerating pipe and
refrigerant
charge
amount
been
recorded?
Check
It is not easy to decide the charge amount
of refrigerant.
● Test Run
1. Inspection before Test Run
☆ Check if the appearance of unit and the piping are damaged during shipment or handling
☆ Check if the terminals of the electrical components in the unit are loose and if the phase sequence is
correct
☆ Check if the rotating direction of the fan is correct
☆ Check if all the valves in the inspections system are all opened.
2. Test Run
☆ After the results of the above inspection items are all accepted, the test run shall be carried out by
qualified technicians.
☆ Energize the unit and set the status of the wire controller or the remote controller as ON.
☆ The outdoor fan and the compressor shall automatically start up within one minute.
☆ In case there is abnormal noise after the compressor starts up, immediately shut down the unit and carry
out inspection.
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Operating Principle of Muti-split and Heat-recovered Air-Conditioning Unit
●Operating Principle of Muti-Split and Heat-recovery Air-Conditioning Unit
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M、GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
If different indoor units perform cooling and heating operation at the same time, the appliances will enter
heat-recovery operation, which will save energy consumption.
Once energized, the indoor unit and outdoor unit begin to run. Refrigerants through liquid pipe will enter into
heat exchanger after being under pressured and cooled, and then for cooling it exchanges heat with indoor
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Operating Principle of Muti-split and Heat-recovered Air-Conditioning Unit
air which needs to cool; Refrigerants through refrigerant heat exchanger from high-pressure pipe exchanges
heat with indoor air which needs to heat, which makes the purpose of heating of indoor unit realized. At last,
all refrigerant through low-pressure gas pipe returns into compressor for next work circularly for air
conditioning.
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Types of Indoor Units to Be Integrated
Diagram of System Integration
Outdoor unit
cooling and heating
mode exchanger
cooling and heating
mode exchanger
ducted-type indoor unit
(rectangular air outlet)
cassette-type indoor unit
Heat Recovery D.C Inverter Multi-VRF consists of one/two/ three modular outdoor units and multiple indoor
units. Each of indoor unit equips a mode exchanger. The indoor unit can be of cassette type and ducted type.
The ducted type indoor units can be controlled by remote controller; Cassette type indoor units can be
controlled by either remote controller or wire controller. When any one of the indoor units receives an
operation order, the outdoor unit will start to operate; when all of the indoor units stop operating, the outdoor
unit will stop.
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Maintenance Measures
Warning!
● Before cleaning the air-conditioning unit, the unit must stop and the main power supply of the unit must be
cut off.
● Do not wet the air-conditioning unit otherwise there will be danger of electric shock. Never use water to
wash the air-conditioning unit.
Precaution!
● Volatile liquid such as thinner or gasoline may damage the finish of air-conditioning unit (only use soft dry
cloth or cloth damped with neutral cleanser to clean the enclosure of the air-conditioning unit).
● Never use hot water over 45℃ to clean the housing of the air-conditioning unit and otherwise the unit may
lose color or deform.
●Do not dry the air filter of the indoor unit above fire and otherwise the filter may burst into flame or deform
(remark: filter cleaning shall be done by professionals )
● Inspection at the Beginning of Operational Season
☆ Check the air inlet and outlet of the indoor and outdoor units to confirm there is no blockage.
☆ Check the grounding wire to confirm the grounding is reliable (it shall be done by professionals).
☆ Check the batteries of the remote controller to see if they shall be replaced.
☆ Check if air filter is installed well(it shall be done by professionals).
☆ Check the outdoor unit to see if the installation of it is steady. Contact the service center if there is any
abnormal condition.
☆ If the air-conditioning unit shall operate again after a long-term shutoff, set the status of the main power
supply switch as “ON” eight hours before the start of operation so as to ensure the smooth startup of the
air-conditioning unit.
● Maintenance at the End of the Operational Season
☆ Shut off the main power supply of the air-conditioning unit.
☆ Clean the filter and the enclsoure of the outdoor unit. (it shall be done by professionals)
☆ Remove the dust and foreign articles from the outdoor unit.
☆ If there is any rust on the outdoor unit, apply paint on the position of rust to avoid the expansion of the
rust.
For the maintenance measures of different types of indoor units, refer to the operating
instructions supplied together with the indoor units.
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Reclaim refrigerant
Warning!
The reclaiming work shall be done by prefessionals
GREE heat recovery DC inverter multi-connected units system is designed as 3-pipe system. Thus, when
refrigerant on the indoor side is needed to be reclaimed to the outdoor side in the treatment of after-sales
problems, the following operation matters must be paid attention to.
GREE heat recovery DC inverter multi-connected units system has after-sales refrigerant reclaiming
processing program. To enter refrigerant recovery mode, KEY3 on 1# module mainboard shall be pressed
persistently for 5 seconds, and then all indoor units will work automatically under cooling mode and outdoor
compressor start running.
1# address
module
Long press KEY3 on 1
# module for 5s to
enter the refrigerant
reclaiming program.
When the system operates 5 minutes after the refrigerant reclaiming program is entered, refrigerant
reclaiming can be carried out.
Step 1: valves and oil equalized valves on the high pressure gas piping of all the modules and low pressure
refrigerant circulating valve of gas-liquid separator shall be shut off.
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Reclaim refrigerant
Shut off gas-liquid
separator
Low pressure
refrigerant
circulating valve
Shut off valve on high
pressure gas piping
Shut off oil
equalized valve
Step 2: Valve on the liquid piping of one of the modules shall be shut off, and after 1.5 minute, valve on the
low pressure gas piping of the module shall be shut off, and then power supply of the module shall be turned
off by turning off the air switch of the module. And then repeat Step 2 on the next module.
Shut off valve on
liquid piping
Cut off the air switch in the module to
switch off the power supply of the
module where refrigerant is reclaimed.
1.5 minute after the valve on the
liquid piping is shut off; the
valve on the low pressure gas
piping shall be shut off.
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Reclaim refrigerant
Step 3: when low pressure temperature of the refrigerant recovery system of the last module reaches -45℃,
valve on the low pressure piping shall be shut off immediately and power supply of the unit shall be switched
off immediately. Refrigerant reclaiming finishes.
Note: When the system is executing refrigerant reclaiming program, you can press KEY3 on 1# module
mainboard successively twice within 1 second to quit the program.
1 # address
module
Press KEY3 on 1#
module mainboard
successively twice to
quit refrigerant
reclaiming program.
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Troubleshooting
Warning!
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In case of abnormal conditions (such as unpleasant smell), stop the unit and turn off the general power
supply immediately, and then contact the service center. Keep on operating after abnormal conditions
occur may cause damage to the air-conditioning unit and the accident of electric shock or fire.
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Do not repair the air-conditioning unit by yourself, as wrong repair may cause electric shock or fire.
Please contact the service center for repair by professional technicians.
● Before contacting service center, check the following items:
Trouble
Cause
Remedial Measures
Restart the unit after power supply resumes
Power cut
Unit does not run at all
and the unit shall operate
Batteries of remote controller are weak
The control distance is too far for the
remote controller
Unit operates for a
while and then stops
immediately
Air inlet or air outlet of indoor unit or
outdoor unit is blocked
Air inlet or air outlet of indoor unit or
outdoor unit is blocked
Temperature setting is improper
Air speed is set too low
Abnormal cooling or
heating
Air supply direction is wrong
Replace with new batteries
The distance shall be within 8m
Remove the obstacles
Remove the obstacles
Adjust the setting of remote controller or wire
controller
Adjust the setting of remote controller or wire
controller
Adjust the setting of remote controller or wire
controller
Door or window is open
Close door or window
Under direct sunshine
Hang curtain or blinders before the window
Too many people inside the room
--
Too many heat sources indoors
Reduce heat sources
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Troubleshooting
●Note
If the cause of failure cannot be found after all the above items have been inspected, contact the service
center and offer the symptom of failure and the model of air-conditioning unit.
●The following conditions are not failures:
“Failure”
Cause
When the unit is to be started
Air-conditioning unit
immediately after shutdown
does not run
When the unit is energized
Unit blows mist
Noise from
air-conditioning unit
When in cooling operation
Overload protection switch of the unit
causes a 3-minute lag before the
startup
1 minute of stand-by time
Indoor air with high humidity is cooled
rapidly
Light “Clatter” is heard when the unit
Sound of initial operation of electric
starts operation
expansion valve
Continuous “Hissing” is heard when the
Flowing sound of gaseous refrigerant
unit is in cooling operation
in the unit
Hissing is heard when starting and
Sound as a result that the flow of
shutting down the unit
gaseous refrigerant stops
Continuous light hissing during and
after operation
Creak is heard during and after
operation
Operating sound of drainage system
Friction sound of positions such as
front panel after expansion owing to
the change in temperature
When indoor unit enters into heating
mode from cooling/dry/fan/off mode or
Air flowing sound results from
by contraries, the brief air flowing
reversing of 4-way valve of cooling
sound of cooling and heating mode
and heating mode exchanger.
exchanger occurs.
Air-conditioning unit
When starting the unit after long-term
Dust inside the indoor unit is blown out
blows out dust
shutdown
of the unit
Air-conditioning unit
radiates smell
During operation
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Smell of the room is sucked into the
unit and then is blown out of the unit
Troubleshooting
Trouble and State Display of Mainboard LED of Outdoor Unit。
Definition:
LED6: Power lamp (red), bright when energized.
LED5: Operation lamp (green), bright if no error, which indicates that the unit is started; “Dark”
indicates the unit is stopped.
z LED4、LED3、LED2、LED1: Error / state indicator (yellow)
1. Trouble of elements
Display of
Display of LED
Trouble name
wired remote
LED6 LED5 LED4 LED3 LED2 LED1
controller
High-pressure sensor error
Fc
○
○
Low-pressure sensor error
Fd
○
○
○
z
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Outdoor environment temperature
sensor error
System 1 coil-inlet sensor error
System 1 coil-inlet sensor error
System 1 coil-inlet sensor error
System 2 coil inlet temp. sensor fault
System 2 coil-middle sensor error
System 2 coil-exit sensor error
Inverter/Digital exhaust temperature
sensor error
Fixed-frequency compressor 1
exhaust temperature sensor error
Fixed-frequency compressor 2
exhaust temperature sensor error
Fixed-frequency compressor
3exhaust temperature sensor error
Inverter/Digital oil temperature / top
sensor error
Fixed-frequency compressor 1 oil
temperature / top sensor error
Fixed-frequency compressor 2 oil
temperature / top sensor error
Fixed-frequency compressor 3 oil
temperature / top sensor error
○
●
●
○
○
○
○
○
○
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
F4
F5
●
F6
F7
○
○
●
●
F5
F6
○
F7
○
●
○
●
●
F8
○
●
○
F8
○
○
F8
○
●
F9
○
Fb
○
●
FA
○
●
○
FA
○
○
●
FA
Legend: bright ○; dark ●;blink
2.System trouble
Trouble name
Display of LED
LED6 LED5 LED4 LED3 LED2 LED1
High-pressure protection
Low-pressure protection
Exhaust protection
Overcurrent Protection
Oil temperature 85℃ protection
○
●
●
○
●
●
○
●
●
○
●
No-refrigerant protection
○
●
E1
●
●
○
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E5
E4
○
Legend: bright ○; dark ●;blink
E3
E4
●
○
Display of
wired remote
controller
●
E3
Troubleshooting
2. Controlling trouble
Trouble name
Capacity dial-up of outdoor unit is
wrong
Drive error of outdoor fan / module
protection
Drive current error of outdoor fan
Drive voltage protection of outdoor
fan
Module overheating protection of
outdoor fan
Motor overheating protection of
outdoor fan
Overvoltage protection/DC input
voltage too high
Air cooling fin/IPM module/PFC
module temperature too high
Current sensor fault /current
detection circuit fault
Air cooling fin/IPM module/PFC
module temp. sensor fault
Compressor overcurrent /
compressor current protection
Undervoltage protection / DC input
voltage too low
Failed to start
PFC abnormality
Compressor clogged
Drive module reset / IPM module
reset
Open phase, tripping
Fault from variable frequency drive
to main control communication
IPM abnormality/IPM module
protection
Overspeed protection
Sensor connection protection
Temperature drift protection
AC contactor protection
Overcurrent or drive system
abnormality / compressor overload
protection
AC overcurrent protection (input
side)
Driver board environment
temperature sensor error
Display of LED
LED6 LED5 LED4 LED3 LED2 LED1
○
●
○
○
○
Display of
wired remote
controller
●
○
No display
●
○
○
E5
○
●
○
○
○
●
○
●
E5
○
○
●
●
○
E5
○
○
●
●
●
E5
○
○
○
○
○
E5
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
●
●
●
○
○
○
○
●
○
E5
E5
○
E5
○
E5
E5
○
E5
○
○
○
○
●
E5
○
●
○
●
○
●
E5
●
●
●
E5
○
○
○
○
E5
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
●
●
●
E5
○
●
E5
○
○
E5
E5
E5
E5
E5
○
●
●
●
E5
○
○
○
●
E5
○
○
●
○
E5
Legend: bright ○; dark ●;blink
4. Communication trouble
Trouble name
Communication error between
submodule and the master board
Display of LED
LED6 LED5 LED4 LED3 LED2 LED1
○
●
●
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Display of
wired remote
controller
E6 displayed on
indoor unit under
adaptor board failing
to communicate with
the master board
Inconsistency of Dial-up quantity
with communication quantity
Communication error between
master board of outdoor unit and
adaptor board
Communication error between
outdoor board and fan speed
regulation board
○
E6 displayed on
indoor unit under
adaptor board failing
to communicate with
the master board
●
●
E6
●
○
E5
○
●
○
○
○
Legend: bright ○; dark ●;blink
5. State display
Trouble name
Other modules are at fault, and
failure-free modules display
Forcible cooling
Display of LED
LED6 LED5 LED4 LED3 LED2 LED1
○
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Display of
wired remote
controller
○
●
No display
●
●
●
TEST
●
●
●
●
●
●
TEST
Forcible heating
Forcible stop
Defrost
○
Oil return
○
Oil equilibrium
Vacuum mode
IPLV test mode
Online test mode
When current module is the
master module
○
●
○
○
●
○
○
●
●
●
●
○
○
○
●
No display
○
X
●
●
●
○
No display
○
○
TEST
MELT
When heating,
MELT
No display when
cooling
No display
No display
No display
Legend: bright ○; dark ●;blink
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Aftersales Service
☆
In case the air-conditioning unit has any quality problem or you have any inquiry, please contact the
local aftersales service agency.
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Operating Temperature Range and Rated Work Conditions of the Unit
●Outdoor Operating Temperature Range of the Air-conditioning Unit
Running mode
Outdoor dry-bulb temp(℃)
Cooling
-10 ~48
Heating
-20 ~27
Cooling and Heating
-10 ~20
Note: Cooling and Heating mode includes principle-cooling mode, principle-heating mode and
heat-recovered only mode.
●Rated Work Conditions of the Unit
Condition at the Indoor Side
Condition at the Outdoor Side
Running
Mode
Dry-bulb
Temperature℃
Wet-bulb
Temperature℃
Dry-bulb
Temperature℃
Wet-bulb
Temperature℃
Rated
Cooling
Cooling
27
19
35
24
Rated
Heating
Heating
20
15
7
6
Cooling
27
19
Heating
20
15
7
6
Rated
Cooling and
Heating
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Performance Parameters of the Unit
Remarks:
1. All the data of the cooling/heating capacity and the noise are measured before the unit is shipped out from
manufacturer.
2. All the parameters in the tables below are measured under the rated work condition. Such parameters in the
specifications are subject to change so the data on the nameplate shall govern.
● Performance Parameters of the Outdoor Unit
Basic Model
Power Supply
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Cooling &
ECOP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
Dimensions(H×W×D)
Package Dimensions
(H×W×D)
Net Weight
Gross Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Piping
Gas
Connections
Discharge
Gas
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
Power
Input
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
22.4
28.0
33.5
76,428.8
95,536.0
114,302.0
25.0
31.5
37.5
85,300.0
95,536.0
114,302.0
5.5
7.5
9.23
5.8
7.7
9.38
4.07
3.73
3.63
4.31
4.09
4.00
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
mm
6.8
20~100
6.5
14~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
2
190
2
1670×930×770
mm
3
232
1670×1340×770
1850×1010×850
260
284
58
14~100
260
284
58
1850×1420×850
372
390
61
kg
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
Φ9.5
mm
Φ22.2
Φ22.2
Φ28.6
mm
Φ19.1
Φ19.1
Φ19.1
-
13
16
19
R410A
12.0
12.0
14.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ9.5
Φ12.7
50%~135%
-
mm2×NO.
6.0×5
6.0×5
81
10.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
40.0
45.0
136,480.0
153,540.0
45.0
50.0
153,540.0
170,600.0
12.45
14.3
11.20
13.9
3.21
3.14
4.02
3.60
W/W
6.5
%
-
-
m3/min
mm
10~100
10~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
3
3
232
Basic Model
Power Supply
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Cooling &
ECOP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
Dimensions(H×W×D)
Package Dimensions
(H×W×D)
Net Weight
Gross Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Piping
Gas
Connections
Discharge
Gas
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
Power
Input
1670×1340×770
mm
kg
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
1850×1420×850
402
420
61
402
420
61
R410A
16.0
16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
mm
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
mm
Φ22.2
Φ22.2
-
23
26
50%~135%
-
mm2×NO.
10.0×5
82
10.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balancee
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Power
Input
GMV-Pdhm504W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm560W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm615W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm224W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
50.4
56.0
61.5
171,964.8
191,072.0
209,838.0
56.5
63.0
69.0
192,778.0
214,956.0
235,428.0
13.0
15.0
16.7
13.5
15.4
17.1
3.88
3.73
3.68
4.19
4.09
4.04
9~100
8~100
7~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
4
4
5
190+190
190+232
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×930×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×930×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
260+260
260+260
260+372
62
62
R410A
62
12.0+12.0
12.0+14.0
Φ15.9
12.0+12.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ15.9
mm
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
mm
Φ22.2
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
29
32
36
50%~135%
-
mm2×NO.
Φ15.9
25.0×5
25.0×5
83
35.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balance
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Power
Input
GMV-Pdhm680W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm730W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm800W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
68.0
73.0
80.0
232,016.0
249,076.0
272,960.0
76.5
81.5
88.0
261,018.0
278,078.0
300,256.0
20.0
21.8
25.0
18.9
21.6
22.4
3.40
3.35
3.20
4.05
3.77
3.93
6~100
6~100
6~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
5
5
6
190+232
232+232
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
260+402
260+330
402+402
62
63
R410A
63
12.0+16.0
16.0+16.0
Φ15.9
12.0+16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ19.1
mm
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
mm
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
40
43
47
50%~135%
-
mm2×NO.
Φ19.1
35.0×5
35.0×5
84
35.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
GMV-Pdhm850W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm900W2/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm960W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
85.0
90.0
96.0
290,020.0
307,080.0
327,552.0
95.0
100.0
108.0
324,140.0
341,200.0
368,496.0
26.8
28.6
27.5
25.1
27.8
26.6
3.17
3.15
3.49
3.78
3.60
4.06
5~100
5~100
5~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
6
6
7
232+232
190+190+232
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balance
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
402+402
402+402
260+260+402
63
63
R410A
64
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Power
Input
16.0+16.0
Φ19.1
16.0+16.0
12.0+12.0+16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ19.1
Φ19.1
mm
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
mm
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
Φ28.6
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
50
53
56
50%~135%
-
2
mm ×NO.
35.0×5
35.0×5
85
50.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balance
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Power
Input
GMV-Pdhm1010W3/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1070W3/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1130W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
101.0
107.0
113.0
344,612.0
363,378.0
385,556.0
113.0
119.0
126.5
385,556.0
406,028.0
431,618.0
29.3
31.0
34.3
29.3
31.0
32.8
3.45
3.44
3.29
3.86
3.84
3.86
5~100
5~100
4~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
7
8
8
190+190+232
190+232+232
190+232+232
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
260+260+402
260+372+402
260+402+402
64
64
R410A
64
12.0+12.0+16.0
12.0+14.0+16.0
12.0+16.0+16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ19.1
Φ19.1
Φ19.1
mm
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
mm
Φ28.6
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
59
64
64
50%~135%
-
2
mm ×NO.
50.0×5
70.0×5
86
70.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balance
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Power
Input
GMV-Pdhm1300W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm1180W3/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1250W3/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
118.0
125.0
130.0
402,616.0
426,500.0
443,560.0
131.5
138.5
145.0
448,678.0
472.562.0
494,740.0
36.1
39.3
41.1
35.5
36.3
39.0
3.27
3.18
3.16
3.70
3.82
3.72
4~100
4~100
4~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
8
9
9
190+232+232
232+232+232
232+232+232
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
260+402+402
402+402+402
402+402+402
64
65
R410A
65
12.0+16.0+16.0
16.0+16.0+16.0
16.0+16.0+16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ19.1
Φ19.1
Φ19.1
mm
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
mm
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
64
64
64
50%~135%
-
2
mm ×NO.
70.0×5
70.0×5
87
70.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
GMV-Pdhm1350W3/Na-M
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
Power
Input
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balance
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
GMV-Pdhm1410W4/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1460W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
135.0
141.0
146.0
460,620.0
481,092.0
498,152.0
150.0
158.0
163.0
511,800.0
539,096.0
556,156.0
42.9
41.8
43.6
41.7
40.5
43.2
3.15
3.37
3.35
3.60
3.90
3.77
4~100
3~100
3~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
9
10
10
232+232+232
190+190+232+232
190+190+232+232
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
402+402+402
260+260+402+402
260+260+402+402
65
65
R410A
65
16.0+16.0+16.0
12.0+12.0+16.0+16.0
12.0+12.0+16.0+16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ19.1
Φ22.2
Φ22.2
mm
Φ41.3
Φ44.5
Φ44.5
mm
Φ34.9
Φ34.9
Φ41.3
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
64
66
69
50%~135%
-
mm2×NO.
70.0×5
95.0×5
88
95.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
Power
Input
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balance
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
GMV-Pdhm1515W4/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1580W4/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1630W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm280W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm335W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
151.5
158.0
163.0
516,918.0
539,096.0
556,156.0
169
176.5
181.5
576,628.0
602,218.0
619,278.0
45.3
48.6
50.4
44.9
46.7
49.4
3.34
3.25
3.23
3.76
3.78
3.67
3~100
3~100
3~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
11
11
11
190+232+232+232
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×930×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
260+372+402+402
260+402+402+402
260+402+402+402
65
65
R410A
66
12.0+14.0+16.0+16.0
12.0+16.0+16.0+16.0
12.0+16.0+16.0+16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ22.2
Φ22.2
Φ25.4
mm
Φ44.5
Φ44.5
Φ54.1
mm
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
71
74
77
50%~135%
-
mm2×NO.
95.0×5
95.0×5
89
95.0×5
Performance Parameters of the Unit
Multple Model
Uses combination of
Power Supply
Cooling
Capacity
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
COP
Heating
Capacity Control
Type
Compressor
NO.
Air Flow Rate
Power
Input
kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW
W/W
W/W
%
-
-
m3/min
Dimensions(H×W×D)
mm
Net Weight
Sound Pressure Level
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
Refrigerant Oil
Liquid
Suction
Gas
Piping
Discharge
Connections
Gas
Oil
Balance
Number of Max.
Connectable Indoor Unit
Ratio of the Connectable
Indoor Unit
Recommended Power
Cord
kg
dB(A)
-
kg
-
mm
GMV-Pdhm1700W4/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1750W4/Na-M GMV-Pdhm1800W4/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm400W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M; GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M;
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
GMV-Pdhm450W/Na-M
3phase,380~415V,50HZ,4wires system
170.0
175.0
180.0
580,040.0
597,100.0
614,160.0
187.5
195.0
200.0
639,750.0
665,340.0
682,400.0
53.6
55.4
57.2
50.2
52.9
55.6
3.17
3.16
3.15
3.74
3.69
3.60
3~100
3~100
3~100
Hermetically sealed scroll type
12
12
12
232+232+232+232
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)+
(1670×1340×770)
402+402+402+402
402+402+402+402
402+402+402+402
66
66
R410A
66
16.0+16.0+16.0+16.0
16.0+16.0+16.0+16.0
16.0+16.0+16.0+16.0
Refer to the nameplate of the compressor
Φ25.4
Φ25.4
Φ25.4
mm
Φ54.1
Φ54.1
Φ54.1
mm
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
Φ41.3
mm
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
Φ12.7
-
80
80
80
50%~135%
-
mm2×NO.
95.0×5
95.0×5
95.0×5
Note:
① The rated cooling capacity data is measured under the following work condition:
Indoor Temperature as 27℃(80.6℉)DB,19℃(66.2℉)WB;
Outdoor Temperature as 35℃(95℉)DB, 24℃(75.2℉) WB.
② The rated heating capacity data is measured under the following work condition:
Indoor Temperature as 20℃(68℉)DB, 15℃(59℉)WB;
Outdoor Temperature as 7℃(44.6℉)DB,6℃(42.8℉)WB.
③ The rated heat recovery ECOP data is measured under the following work condition:
Cooling indoor Temperature as 27℃(80.6℉)DB,19℃(66.2℉)WB; Heating indoor Temperature as 20℃(68
℉)DB, 15℃(59℉)WB .Outdoor Temperature as 7℃(44.6℉)DB,6℃(42.8℉)WB. Rated cooling capacity/ Rated
heatling capacity=0.8~1.2.
ECOP=(Cooling capacity + Heating capacity)/Power input.
④ Equivalent piping length:7.5m,level difference 0m.
⑤ Sound level: Anechoic chamber conversion value, measured at a point 1m in front of the unit at a height of 1.5
m. During actual operation ,these values are normally somewhat higher as a result of ambient conditions.
⑥ The filling amount of R410A operating fluid in the table is specified without considering perpendicular throw and
pipe connection, so it is required to fill additional refrigerant depending on actual circumstances when the
installation is carried out.
⑦
The data in the tables is subject to change so the data on the nameplate shall govern.
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This product must not be disposed together with the domestic waste.
This product has to be disposed at an authorized place for recycling
of electrical and electronic appliances.
GREE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES,INC.OF ZHUHAI
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Tel: (0756) 8617555 (Customer Service Center)
Postcode: 519070
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