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KN DC Inverter Series
Indoor Units
KN 60 DCI
KN 72 DCI
KN 80 DCI
Outdoor Units
DCI 60
DCI 72
DCI 72 Z
DCI 80
REFRIGERANT
R410A
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
HEAT PUMP
OCTOBER – 2008
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SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
1.
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................1-1
2.
PRODUCT DATA SHEET ......................................................................................2-1
3.
RATING CONDITIONS ..........................................................................................3-1
4.
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS .......................................................................................4-1
5.
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES ................................................5-1
6.
SOUND LEVEL CHARACTERISTICS ..................................................................6-1
7.
ELECTRICAL DATA ..............................................................................................7-1
8.
WIRING DIAGRAMS .............................................................................................8-1
9.
REFRIGERATION DIAGRAMS .............................................................................9-1
10. TUBING CONNECTIONS......................................................................................10-1
11.
TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................................................................11-1
12. CONTROL SYSTEM .............................................................................................12-1
13. EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS .................................................13-1
14. APPENDIX A .........................................................................................................14-1
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INTRODUCTION
1.
INTRODUCTION
1.1
General
The new KN DCI split cassette range comprises the following RC (heat pump) models:
•
KN 60 DCI
•
KN 72 DCI
•
KN 80 DCI
The New KN DCI units can be easily fitted to residential and commercial applications
featuring esthetic design, compact dimensions, and low noise operation.
1.2
Main Features
The DCI KN series benefits from the most advanced technological innovations, namely:
•
DC inverter technology.
•
R410A.
•
High COP.
•
Lego Concept.
•
Pre-Charged units up to the max’ allowing tubing distance.
•
Networking system connectivity.
•
A dry contract for presence detector or power shedding.
•
Cooling operation at outdoor temperature down to -10°C.
•
Heating operation at outdoor temperature down to -15°C.
•
Supports Indoor Air Quality features, such as - Ionizer, Active Electro-Static Filter.
•
Indoor large diameter cross flow fan, allowing low noise level operation.
•
Bended indoor coil with treated aluminum fins and coating for improved efficiency.
•
•
•
Easy access to the interconnecting tubing and wiring connections.
Automatic treated air sweep.
Low indoor and outdoor noise levels.
•
Easy installation and service.
• Refrigerant pipes can be connected to the indoor unit from 6 different optional
directions.
•
1.3
Water condensate tray is equipped with two optional drain connections.
Control
The microprocessor indoor controller, and an infrared remote control, supplied as
standard, provide complete operating function and programming.
Remote controllers: RC-3/4, μBMS.
Networking system Airconet version 4.2 and up, MIU SW version H8 and up.
For further details please refer to the Operation Manual, Appendix A.
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INTRODUCTION
1.4
Outdoor Unit
The DCI outdoor units can be installed as floor or wall mounted by using a wall supporting
bracket. The metal sheets are protected by anti- corrosion paint work allowing long life
resistance. All outdoor units are pre-charged. For further information please refer to the
Product Data Sheet, Chapter 2.
•
•
•
•
DCI 60
DCI 72
DCI 72Z
DCI 80
Outdoor Unit Feature
1.5
Feature
DCI 60, 72, 72Z, 80
Display
3 LED`s
Outdoor Fan
Variable speed DC Inverter
M2L cable Port
No
Tubing Connections
Flare type interconnecting tubing to be produced on site.
For further details please refer to the Installation Manual,
1.6
Inbox Documentation
Each unit is supplied with its own installation and operation manuals.
1.7
Matching Table
1.7.1
R410A
INDOOR UNITS
OUTDOOR UNITS
MODEL
REFRIGER.
KN 60 DCI
DCI 60
R410A
√
DCI 72
R410A
DCI 72 Z
DCI 80
R410A
KN 72 DCI
KN 80 DCI
√
√
The above table lists outdoor units and KN DCI indoor units which can be matched together.
In addition the listed outdoor units can be matched with other types of indoor units such as
cassettes, floor/ceiling.
For further information please refer to the relevant Service Manual.
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SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.
PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.1
KN 60 DCI
Model Indoor Unit
KN-60 DCI
Model Outdoor Unit
GC-60 DCI
Installation Method of Pipe
Characteristics
Units
Btu/hr
kW
kW
W/W
Capacity (1)
Power input (1)
EER (Cooling) or COP(Heating) (1)
Energy efficiency class
Power supply
Rated current
Starting current
Circuit breaker rating
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
Air flow (2)
External static pressure
Sound power level (3)
Sound pressure level (4)
Moisture removal
Condensate drain tube I.D
Dimensions
Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant control
Compressor type, model
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
Air flow
Sound power level
V/Ph/Hz
A
A
A
H/M/L
H/M/L
Min-Max
H/M/L
H/M/L
WxHxD
WxHxD
H/L
H/L
H/L
H/L
WxHxD
Sound pressure level (4)
Dimensions
Weight
Package dimensions
WxHxD
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant type
Refrigerant chargless distance
Additional charge per 1 meter
Connections between units
RPM
m3/hr
Pa
dB(A)
dB(A)
l/hr
mm
mm
kg
mm
kg
units
units
RPM
m3/hr
dB(A)
dB(A)
mm
kg
mm
kg
Units
units
kg/m
g/m
Flared
Cooling
Heating
20460(4774~22506)
22165(6800~27280)
6.0(2.4-6.6)
6.5(2.0~8.0)
2.98(0.5-2.35)
2.80(0.5~2.6)
3.01
3.61
B
A
220-240V/Single/50Hz
8.6
7.8
15
20
Centrifugal x 1
600/570/510/460
600/570/510/460
920/840/780
1020/900/780
0
53/50/47
43/40/37
2
16
840*840*230
36
1011*931*263
40
6
6 levels
EEV
Scroll MATSUSHITA 5CS130XCC03
Propeller(direct) x 1
820
2860
65
55
846x690x302
46
990x770x430
50
9 units per pallet
3 levels
R410A
2.65kg/7.5m
No Need
Liquid line
In.(mm)
1/4”(6.35)
Suction line
Max.tubing
length
Max.height
difference
In.(mm)
1/2”(12.7)
m.
Max.30
m.
Operation control type
Heating elements (Option)
Others
Max.15
Remote control
kW
(1) Rating conditions in accordance with ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units).
(2) Airflow in ducted units; at nominal external static pressure.
(3) Sound power in ducted units is measured at air discharge.
(4) Sound pressure level measured at 1 meter distance from unit.
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PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.2
KN 72 DCI
Model Indoor Unit
Model Outdoor Unit
KN-72 DCI
GC-72 DCI
Installation Method of Pipe
Flared
Characteristics
Capacity
Units
Btu/hr
kW
kW
W/W
(1)
Power input (1)
EER (Cooling) or COP(Heating) (1)
Energy efficiency class
Power supply
Rated current
Starting current
Circuit breaker rating
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
V/Ph/Hz
A
A
A
H/M/L
H/M/L
Min-Max
H/M/L
H/M/L
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
Air flow (2)
External static pressure
Sound power level (3)
Sound pressure level (4)
Moisture removal
Condenstate drain tube I.D
Dimensions
Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant control
Compressor type,model
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
Air flow
Sound power level
WxHxD
WxHxD
Sound pressure level (4)
Dimensions
Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant type
Refrigerant chargless distance
Additional charge per 1 meter
Connections between units
RPM
m3/hr
Pa
dB(A)
dB(A)
l/hr
mm
mm
kg
mm
kg
units
units
H/L
H/L
H/L
H/L
WxHxD
RPM
m3/hr
dB(A)
dB(A)
mm
kg
mm
kg
Units
units
WxHxD
kg/m
g/m
Cooling
Heating
24550(5110~27280)
27280(5110~30000)
7.2(2.5-8.0)
8.0(2.5~8.8)
2.39(0.5-3.2)
2.22(0.5~3.1)
3.01
3.63
B
A
220-240V/Single/50Hz
10.4
9.7
15
20
Centrifugal x 1
740/700/620
740/700/620
1230/1120/980
1300/1200/1050
0
61/59/56
52/50/47
2.5
16
840*840*230
36
1011*931*263
40
6
6 levels
EEV
Two Rotary,Mitsubishi TNB220F
Propeller(direct) x 1
850
3600
66
56
950x412x835
65.5
1080x477x910
73
2
2 levels
R410A
2.45kg/7.5m
No Need
Liquid line
In.(mm)
3/8”(9.53)
Suction line
In.(mm)
5/8”(15.88)
Max.tubing length
m.
Max.30
Max.height difference
m.
Operation control type
Max.15
Remote control
Heating elements (Option)
kW
Others
(1) Rating conditions in accordance with ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units).
(2) Airflow in ducted units; at nominal external static pressure.
(3) Sound power in ducted units is measured at air discharge.
(4) Sound pressure level measured at 1 meter distance from unit.
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SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.3
KN 72 DCI / DCI 72 Z R410A
Model Indoor Unit
Model Outdoor Unit
KN 72 DCI
DCI 72 Z R410A
Installation Method of Pipe
Characteristics
Units
Btu/hr
kW
kW
W/W
Capacity (1)
Power input (1)
EER (Cooling) or COP(Heating) (1)
Energy efficiency class
V
Ph
Hz
A
Power supply
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
Rated current
Power factor
Prated (IDU)
Prated (IDU+ODU)
Starting current
Circuit breaker rating
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
Air flow (2)
External static pressure
Sound power level (3)
Sound pressure level (4)
Moisture removal
Condenstate drain tube I.D
Dimensions
Net Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant control
Compressor type,model
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
Air flow
Sound power level
Sound pressure level (4)
Dimensions
Net Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant type
Standard charge
Additional charge
Connections between units
W
W
A
A
H/M/L
H/M/L
Min
H/M/L
H/M/L
RPM
m3/hr
Pa
dB(A)
dB(A)
l/hr
mm
mm
kg
mm
kg
units
units
WxHxD
WxHxD
H
H
H
H
WxHxD
RPM
m3/hr
dB(A)
dB(A)
mm
kg
mm
kg
Units
units
WxHxD
kg(7.5m)
Liquid line
Suction line
Max.tubing length
Max.height difference
Operation control type
Heating elements
Others
In.(mm)
In.(mm)
m.
m.
Flared
Cooling
Heating
24570(5120-27300)
27300(5120-30030)
7.20(2.50-8.00)
8.00(2.50~8.80)
2.39(0.60-2.75)
2.22(0.50~2.50)
3.01
3.63
B
A
220-240
Single
50
10.5
9.7
0.97
0.97
140
3000
15
20
Centifugal x 1
740/700/620
1230/1120/980
0
61/59/56
52/50/47
2.5
16
840x840x230
36
1011x931x263
40
6
6 levels
EEV
Two Rotary,Sanyo(Sheny) C-7RVN153H0W
Propeller(direct) x 1
850
3600
66
56
950x835x412
64.5
1080x910x477
72
4
2 levels
R410A
2.3kg
7.5m≤Length≤20m:+0g; 20m≤Length≤30m:+300g
3/8"(9.53)
5/8"(15.88)
30
15
Remote control
kW
(1) Rating conditions in accordance with ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units).
(2) Airflow in ducted units; at nominal external static pressure.
(3) Sound power in ducted units is measured at air discharge.
(4) Sound pressure level measured at 1 meter distance from unit.
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PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.4
KN 80 DCI
Model Indoor Unit
KN-80 DCI
Model Outdoor Unit
GC-80 DCI
Installation Method of Pipe
Characteristics
Units
Btu/hr
kW
kW
W/W
Capacity (1)
Power input (1)
EER (Cooling) or COP(Heating) (1)
Energy efficiency class
Power supply
Rated current
Starting current
Circuit breaker rating
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
V/Ph/Hz
A
A
A
H/M/L
H/M/L
Min-Max
H/M/L
H/M/L
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
Air flow (2)
External static pressure
Sound power level (3)
Sound pressure level (4)
Moisture removal
Condenstate drain tube I.D
Dimensions
Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant control
Compressor type,model
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
Air flow
Sound power level
WxHxD
WxHxD
Sound pressure level (4)
Dimensions
Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant type
Refrigerant chargless distance
Additional charge per 1 meter
Connections between units
RPM
m3/hr
Pa
dB(A)
dB(A)
l/hr
mm
mm
kg
mm
kg
units
units
H/L
H/L
H/L
H/L
WxHxD
RPM
m3/hr
dB(A)
dB(A)
mm
kg
mm
kg
Units
units
WxHxD
kg/m
g/m
Flared
Cooling
Heating
27280(6800~30000)
30690(5110~34100)
8.0(2.0-8.8)
9.0(2.5~10.0)
2.65(0.5-3.2)
2.60(0.5~3.1)
3.01
3.46
B
B
220-240V/Single/50Hz
12.5
12.3
15
20
Centrifugal x 1
580/540/500
580/540/500
1200/1100/1000
1270/1170/1070
0
53/51/49
46/44/42
3
16
840*840*300
48
1011*931*333
54
5
5 levels
EEV
Two Rotary,Mitsubishi TNB220F
Propeller(direct) x 1
850
3600
66
56
950x412x835
66
1080x477x910
73.5
2
2 levels
R410A
2.75kg/7.5m
No Need
Liquid line
In.(mm)
3/8”(9.53)
Suction line
In.(mm)
5/8”(15.88)
Max.tubing length
m.
Max.30
Max.height difference
m.
Operation control type
Max.15
Remote control
Heating elements (Option)
Others
kW
(1) Rating conditions in accordance with ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units).
(2) Airflow in ducted units; at nominal external static pressure.
(3) Sound power in ducted units is measured at air discharge.
(4) Sound pressure level measured at 1 meter distance from unit.
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SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
RATING CONDITIONS
3.
RATING CONDITIONS
Standard conditions in accordance with ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units) and
EN 14511.
Cooling:
Indoor:
27oC DB 19oC WB
Outdoor: 35 oC DB
Heating:
Indoor:
20oC DB
Outdoor: 7oC DB 6oC WB
3.1
Operating Limits
Indoor
Cooling
Heating
Voltage
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
Outdoor
Upper limit
Lower limit
32oC DB 23oC WB
21oC DB 15oC WB
46oC DB
-10oC DB
Upper limit
27oC DB
24oC DB 18oC WB
Lower limit
10oC DB
-15oC DB -16oC WB
1PH
3PH
198 – 264V
N/A
CONTENT
3-1
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
4.
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
4.1
Indoor Unit: KN 60, 72, 80
KN 60 DCI, KN 72 DCI: B=240mm
KN 80 DCI: B=310mm
Remark: KN 60 DCI is the same as KN 72 DCI
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4-1
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
4.2
Outdoor Unit: DCI 60
4.3
Outdoor Unit: DCI 72, DCI 72 Z, DCI 80
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PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.1
KN60 DCI / DCI 60
5.1.1
Cooling Capacity (kW)
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB/WB TEMPERATURE [C0]
OD COIL
ENTERING AIR DB
TEMPERATURE [C0]
DATA
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
-10 - 20
(protection range)
25
30
35
40
46
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
5.91
4.83
1.50
5.61
4.65
1.70
5.30
4.46
1.91
5.00
4.27
2.12
4.64
4.04
2.37
80 - 110 % of nominal
80 - 105 % of nominal
25 - 50 % of nominal
6.26
6.61
6.95
4.91
4.98
5.05
1.53
1.56
1.60
5.96
6.30
6.65
4.72
4.79
4.86
1.77
1.74
1.81
5.65
6.35
6.00
4.53
4.60
4.67
1.98
1.95
2.01
5.35
6.05
5.70
4.34
4.41
4.48
2.15
2.19
2.22
4.99
5.33
5.68
4.11
4.19
4.26
2.40
2.44
2.47
7.30
5.12
1.63
7.00
4.93
1.84
6.70
4.74
2.05
6.39
4.55
2.26
6.03
4.33
2.50
LEGEND
TC
SC
PI
WB
DB
ID
OD
5.1.2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Total Cooling Capacity, kW
Sensible Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
Capacity Correction Factors (Cooling)
Cooling Capacity Ratio Vs. Outdoor Temperature
Capacity Ration
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temperature [deg ºC]
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CONTENT
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PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.1.3
Heating
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB TEMPERATURE [C0]
OD COIL ENTERING
AIR DB/WB
TEMPERATURE [C0]
DATA
15
20
25
2.96
1.26
3.90
1.42
4.61
1.55
4.97
1.61
5.21
1.65
6.93
1.71
7.28
1.74
7.64
1.78
2.53
1.35
3.48
1.51
4.19
1.64
4.54
1.70
4.78
1.74
6.50
1.80
6.86
1.83
7.22
1.87
85 - 105 % of nominal
2.11
1.44
3.05
1.60
3.76
1.73
4.12
1.79
4.35
1.83
6.07
1.89
6.43
1.92
6.79
1.96
15-24
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
(Protection Range)
PI
-15/-16
-10/-12
-7/-8
-1/-2
2/1
7/6
10/9
15/12
80 - 120 % of nominal
LEGEND
TH
PI
WB
DB
ID
OD
5.1.4
–
–
–
–
–
–
Total Heating Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
Capacity Correction Factors (Heating)
Capacity Ration
Heating Capacity Ratio Vs. Outdoor Temperature
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
0.40
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature [deg ºC]
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CONTENT
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PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
Pressure Curves (Cooling – Test Mode)
5.1.5
Suction Pressure [kPa]
Suction Pressure VS.Outdoor Temp'.
1200
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
1100
22/15
1000
24/17
900
27/19
29/21
800
32/23
700
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor DB Temperature[ºC]
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'.
4000
3750
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor DB Temperature[ºC]
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CONTENT
5-3
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.1.6
Pressure Curves (Heating – Test Mode)
Suction Pressure [kPa]
Suction Pressure VS.Outdoor Temp'.
1200
Indoor DB
Temp'.
1100
1000
15
900
800
20
700
25
600
500
400
300
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature[ºC]
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'.
3500
Indoor DB
Temp'.
3250
15
3750
3000
20
2750
2500
25
2250
2000
1750
1500
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature[ºC]
5-4
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.1.7
Capacity Correction Factor Due to Tubing Length
Cooling
Capacity Ratio
1.05
1.00
0.95
0.90
0.85
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
20
22
24
26
28
30
Tubing Length(m)
Heating
Capacity ratio
1.05
1.00
0.95
0.90
0.85
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
Tubing Length(m)
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
5-5
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.2
KN72 DCI / DCI 72, KN72 DCI / DCI 72Z
5.2.1
Cooling Capacity (kW)
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB/WB TEMPERATURE [C0]
OD COIL
ENTERING AIR DB
TEMPERATURE
[C0]
DATA
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
-10 - 20
(protection range)
25
30
35
40
46
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
7.09
6.09
1.81
6.73
5.86
2.06
6.36
5.62
2.31
6.00
5.38
2.56
5.56
5.10
2.86
80 - 110 % of nominal
80 - 105 % of nominal
25 - 50 % of nominal
7.51
7.93
8.34
6.19
6.28
6.37
1.85
1.89
1.93
7.15
7.56
7.98
5.95
6.04
6.13
2.14
2.10
2.18
6.78
7.62
7.20
5.71
5.80
5.89
2.39
2.35
2.43
6.42
7.25
6.84
5.47
5.56
5.65
2.60
2.64
2.68
5.98
6.40
6.82
5.19
5.28
5.37
2.90
2.94
2.98
8.76
6.46
1.97
8.40
6.22
2.22
8.04
5.98
2.47
7.67
5.74
2.72
7.24
5.46
3.02
LEGEND
TC
SC
PI
WB
DB
ID
OD
5.2.2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Total Cooling Capacity, kW
Sensible Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
Capacity Correction Factors (Cooling)
Cooling Capacity Ratio Vs. Outdoor Temperature
Capacity Ration
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temperature [deg ºC]
5-6
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.2.3
Heating
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB TEMPERATURE [C0]
OD COIL ENTERING
AIR DB/WB
TEMPERATURE [C0]
DATA
15
20
25
3.64
1.55
4.81
1.75
5.68
1.91
6.12
1.98
6.41
2.03
8.52
2.11
8.97
2.15
9.41
2.19
3.12
1.66
4.28
1.87
5.16
2.02
5.59
2.09
5.88
2.14
8.00
2.22
8.44
2.26
8.88
2.30
85 - 105 % of nominal
2.59
1.77
3.76
1.98
4.63
2.13
5.07
2.20
5.36
2.26
7.48
2.33
7.92
2.37
8.36
2.41
15-24
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
(Protection Range)
PI
-15/-16
-10/-12
-7/-8
-1/-2
2/1
7/6
10/9
15/12
80 - 120 % of nominal
LEGEND
TH
PI
WB
DB
ID
OD
5.2.4
–
–
–
–
–
–
Total Heating Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
Capacity Correction Factors (Heating)
Capacity Ration
Heating Capacity Ratio Vs. Outdoor Temperature
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
0.40
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature [deg ºC]
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
5-7
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.2.5
Pressure Curves (Cooling – Test Mode)
Suction Pressure VS.Outdoor Temp'.
Suction Pressure [kPa]
1200
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
1100
22/15
1000
24/17
27/19
900
29/21
800
32/23
700
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor DB Temperature[ºC]
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'.
4000
3750
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor DB Temperature[ºC]
5-8
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
Pressure Curves (Heating – Test Mode)
5.2.6
Suction Pressure [kPa]
Suction Pressure VS.Outdoor Temp'.
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
Indoor DB
Temp'.
15
20
25
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature[ºC]
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'.
3750
Indoor DB
Temp'.
3500
3250
15
3000
2750
20
2500
25
2250
2000
1750
1500
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature[ºC]
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
5-9
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.2.7
Capacity Correction Factor Due to Tubing Length
Cooling
Capacity Ratio
1.05
1.00
0.95
0.90
0.85
0.80
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Tubing Length(m)
Heating
Capacity ratio
1.05
1.00
0.95
0.90
0.85
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Tubing Length(m)
5-10
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.3
KN80 DCI / DCI 80
5.3.1
Cooling Capacity (kW)
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB/WB TEMPERATURE [C0]
OD COIL
ENTERING AIR DB
TEMPERATURE [C0]
DATA
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
-10 - 20
(protection range)
25
30
35
40
46
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
7.88
6.41
2.00
7.48
6.16
2.28
7.07
5.91
2.56
6.67
5.66
2.84
6.18
5.36
3.17
80 - 110 % of nominal
80 - 105 % of nominal
25 - 50 % of nominal
8.34
8.81
9.27
6.51
6.60
6.70
2.05
2.09
2.14
7.94
8.40
8.87
6.25
6.35
6.45
2.37
2.33
2.42
7.54
8.46
8.00
6.00
6.10
6.20
2.65
2.60
2.70
7.13
8.06
7.60
5.75
5.85
5.95
2.88
2.93
2.97
6.65
7.11
7.58
5.45
5.55
5.64
3.22
3.26
3.31
9.74
6.79
2.18
9.33
6.54
2.46
8.93
6.29
2.74
8.52
6.04
3.02
8.04
5.74
3.35
LEGEND
TC
SC
PI
WB
DB
ID
OD
5.3.2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Total Cooling Capacity, kW
Sensible Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
Capacity Correction Factors (Cooling)
Cooling Capacity Ratio Vs. Outdoor Temperature
Capacity Ration
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temperature [deg ºC]
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
5-11
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.3.3
Heating
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB TEMPERATURE [C0]
OD COIL ENTERING
AIR DB/WB
TEMPERATURE [C0]
DATA
15
4.10
1.82
5.41
2.06
6.39
2.23
6.88
2.32
7.21
2.38
9.59
2.47
10.09
2.52
10.58
2.57
15-24
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
(Protection Range)
PI
-15/-16
-10/-12
-7/-8
-1/-2
2/1
7/6
10/9
15/12
20
25
3.51
1.95
4.82
2.19
5.80
2.36
6.29
2.45
6.62
2.51
9.00
2.60
9.50
2.65
9.99
2.70
85 - 105 % of nominal
2.92
2.08
4.23
2.32
5.21
2.49
5.70
2.58
6.03
2.64
8.41
2.73
8.91
2.78
9.40
2.83
80 - 120 % of nominal
LEGEND
TH
PI
WB
DB
ID
OD
5.3.4
–
–
–
–
–
–
Total Heating Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
Capacity Correction Factors (Heating)
Capacity Ration
Heating Capacity Ratio Vs. Outdoor Temperature
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
0.40
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature [deg ºC]
5-12
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.3.5
Pressure Curves (Cooling – Test Mode)
Suction Pressure VS.Outdoor Temp'.
Suction Pressure [kPa]
1200
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
1100
22/15
1000
24/17
27/19
900
29/21
800
32/23
700
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor DB Temperature[ºC]
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'.
4250
4000
3750
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor DB Temperature[ºC]
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
5-13
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
Pressure Curves (Heating – Test Mode)
5.3.6
Suction Pressure VS.Outdoor Temp'.
Suction Pressure [kPa]
1200
Indoor DB
Temp'.
1100
1000
900
15
800
20
700
25
600
500
400
300
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature[ºC]
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'.
4000
3750
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
Indoor DB
Temp'.
15
20
25
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature[ºC]
5-14
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
PERFORMANCE DATA & PRESSURE CURVES
5.3.7
Capacity Correction Factor Due to Tubing Length
Cooling
Capacity ratio
1.05
1.00
0.95
0.90
0.85
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Tubing length(m)
Heating
Capacity ratio
1.05
1.00
0.95
0.90
0.85
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Tubing Length(m)
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
5-15
SOUND LEVEL CHARACTERISTICS
6
SOUND LEVEL CHARACTERISTICS
6.1
Sound Pressure Level
Unit
1.4m
Mic.
Figure 1
6.2
Soud Pressure Level Spectrum (Measured as Figure 1)
KN 60
KN 72
KN 80
FAN SPEED
LINE
HI
ME
LO
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
6-1
SOUND LEVEL CHARACTERISTICS
6.3
Outdoor units
Unit
1m
Mic.
Ground
Figure 2
6.4
6-2
Sound Pressure Level Spectrum (Measured as Figure 2)
DCI 60 Cooling
DCI 60 Heating
DCI 72Z Cooling
DCI 72Z Heating
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
SOUND LEVEL CHARACTERISTICS
DCI 72 / 80 Cooling
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
DCI 72 / 80 Heating
CONTENT
6-3
ELECTRICAL DATA
7.
ELECTRICAL DATA
7.1
Single Phase Units
Model
KN 60 DCI
KN 72 DCI
KN 80 DCI
Power Supply
1PH, 220-240VAC, 50HZ
Connected to
Indoor
Starting Current (a)
15A
Circuit Breaker
20A
Power Supply Wiring no х cross section
3 X 2.5 mm2
Interconnecting cable no х cross section
4 X 2.5 mm2
(a) Starting current is the current when starting the compressor.
NOTE:
Power wiring cord should comply with local lows and electrical regulations requirements.
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
7-1
WIRING DIAGRAMS
8.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
8.1
Indoor Unit: KN 60/72/80 DCI
8.2
Outdoor Unit: DCI 60
OUTDOOR UNIT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
OAT OCT CTT
Vdc
P4
P1
P6
Blue
2
1
Yellow
1 2
P14
Re d
1 2 3 4 5 6
Black
Orange
U V W
P3 P9 P11 P13
Base
heater
Blue
White
Red
Brown
Black
Reverse
valve
Choke coil
EARTH
Vcc
Vsp
FG
OFAN
COMP
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 1 2
1 2
1 2
P19
P20
P8
P2
Outdoor unit controller PCB
P10
L N COM N-COM
P12
EARTH
Jumper
JP9 1 2 3 4 5 6
P7
6 5 4 3 2 1
Flash
JP1 1 2 3 4
Y/G
Y/G
EEV
EMI filter PCB
Black
Red
Blue
Brown
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
EARTH
NCOM
COM
N-F
EARTH
COM
L
FUSE
N
Y/G
Y/G
Red
Brown
Blue
L-F
CONTENT
C/5
L/4
N/3
Red
Brown
Blue
8-1
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Outdoor Unit: DCI 72 Z
CHOKE
COIL REVERSE BASE
HEATER
U V W P13
P3 P9 P11
VALVE
BLUE
OFAN
(OPTIONAL)
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2
P4
P14
1 2
P1
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
P19 P20 P2
P8 P5
1
P6
ODU CONTROLLER PCBA
P10
L N COM N-COM
P7
6 5 4 3 2 1
JP9
1 2 3 4 5 6
P12
EARTH
FERRITE
CORE
Y/G
EEV
AC MAINS
EMI FILTER PCBA
EARTH
EARTH
BLACK
RED
BLUE
BROWN
8-2
OCT CTT OAT OMT HST
NCOM
COM
N-F
L-F
COM
N
L
L
FUSE
N
RED
BROWN
BLUE
RED
BROWN
BLUE
L N C L N
BLK
BRN
RED
COMP
WHITE
8.3
TO
IDU
FERRITE CORE
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
WIRING DIAGRAMS
8.4
Outdoor Unit: DCI 72/80
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
8-3
REFRIGERATION DIAGRAMS
9.
REFRIGERATION DIAGRAMS
9.1
Heat Pump Models
9.1.1
KN /60/72/80
Cooling mode
EEV
EEV
Heating mode
EEV
EEV
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
9-1
TUBING CONNECTIONS
10.
TUBING CONNECTIONS
TUBE (Inch)
¼”
⅜”
½”
⅝”
¾”
15-18
13-20
11-13
40-45
13-20
11-13
60-65
18-25
11-13
70-75
18-25
11-13
80-85
40-50
11-13
TORQUE (Nm)
Flare Nuts
Valve Cap
Service Port Cap
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Valve Protection Cap-end
Refrigerant Valve Port (use Allen wrench to open/close)
Valve Protection Cap
Refrigerant Valve
Service Port Cap
Flare Nut
Unit Back Side
Copper Tube
When the outdoor unit is installed above the indoor unit an oil trap is required every 5m along the suction
line at the lowest point of the riser. Incase the indoor unit is installed above the outdoor, no trap is
required.
*Applicable for DNG18 only, for DNG24 – 44 oil traps are not required.
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
10-1
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1
Troubleshooting for DCI50/60/72Z
WARNING!!!
When Power Up – the whole outdoor unit controller, including the wiring, is under HIGH
VOLTAGE!!!
Never open the Outdoor unit before turning off the Power!!!
When turned off, the system is still charged (400V)!!!
It takes about 3 Min. to discharge the system.
Touching the controller before discharging may cause an electrical shock!!!
11.1.1
No
Single Split System failures and Corrective Actions
Symptom
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Power supply indicator
(Red LED) does not light
up.
No power supply
Check power supply. If power
supply is OK, check display and
display wiring. if OK, replace
controller.
2
Unit does not respond to
remote control message
Remote control message
not reached the indoor
unit
Check remote control batteries,
if batteries are OK, check display
and display wiring, if OK, replace
display PCB.
If still not OK replace controller.
3
Unit responds to remote
control message but
Operate indicator (Green
LED) does not light up
Problem with display
PCB
Replace display PCB.
If still not OK replace controller.
Unit in heat mode and
coil is still not warm.
Change to cool mode and check.
Problem with PCB or
capacitor
Change to high speed and Check
power supply to motor is higher
than 130VAC (for triack controlled
motor) or higher than 220VAC for
fixed speed motors, if OK replace
capacitor, if not OK replace
controller.
PCB problem
Replace controller
Electronics control
problem or protection
Perform diagnostics and follow
the actions described.
Electronic control or
power supply problem
Perform diagnostics and follow
the actions described.
1
4
5
6
Indoor fan does not start
(louvers are opened and
Green LED does light up)
Indoor fan works when
unit is OFF, and indoor
fan speed is not changed
by remote control
command.
Compressor does not
start
7
Compressor stops during
operation and Green LED
remains on
8
Compressor is on but
Problem with outdoor
outdoor fan does not work electronics or outdoor fan
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
Check outdoor fan motor
according to the procedure below,
if not OK replace controller.
11-1
TROUBLESHOOTING
No
Symptom
9
Unit works in wrong mode
(cool instead of heat or
heat instead of cool)
Electronics or power
connection to RV
Check RV power connections, if
OK,
check RV operation with direct
230VAC power supply, if OK,
replace outdoor controller.
10
All components are
operating properly but no
cooling or no heating
Refrigerant leak
Check refrigeration system.
11
Compressor is over
heated and unit does not
generate capacity
EEV problem
Check EEV.
12
Units goes into
protections and
compressor is stopped
with no clear reason
Control problem or
refrigeration system
problem
Perform diagnostics , and follow
the actions described.
13
Compressor motor is
generating noise and no
suction occurs
Phase order to
compressor is wrong
Check compressor phase order.
14
Water leakage from
indoor unit
Indoor unit drainage tube
is blocked
Check and open drainage tube.
15
Freezing of outdoor unit
in heat mode and outdoor
unit base is blocked with
ice
16
Unit operates with wrong
fan speeds or wrong
frequency
11.1.2
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Connect base heater.
Wrong jumper settings
Perform diagnostics, and check
if units is operating by EEPROM
parameters.
Checking the refrigeration system
Checking system pressures and other thermodynamic measures should be done when system is in
Test Mode (in Test mode, system operates in fixed settings). The performance curves given in this
manual are given for unit performance in test mode when high indoor fan speed is selected.
Entering test mode:
Set unit to Cool/16 degrees/High indoor fan speed, or Heat/30 degrees/High indoor fan speed, and
enter diagnostics.
11-2
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1.3
Judgment by Indoor/Outdoor Unit Diagnostics
Enter diagnostics mode - press for five seconds Mode button in any operation mode. Acknowledgment
is by 3 short beeps and lights of COOL and HEAT LED’s. Then, every short pressing of Mode button
will scroll between Indoor and Outdoor unit diagnostic modes by the acknowledgment of 3 short
beeps and lighting of COOL and HEAT LED’s.
During the Outdoor unit diagnostics all four Indoor LED’s (STBY, Operate, Filter and Timer) are
blinking. When Indoor diagnostics is displayed, all four LED’s (STBY, Operate, Filter and Timer) are
ON.
When system enters diagnostics mode, only one fault code is shown. Order of priority is from the
lower to the higher number. Diagnostics is continuously ON as long as power is ON. The current
system operation mode will not be changed.
If no fault occurred in the system, no fault code will be displayed during normal operation mode. The
last fault code will be displayed even if the system has recovered from that fault. The last fault will be
deleted from the EEPROM after the system has exit diagnostics mode.
In diagnostics mode, system fault / status will be indicated by blinking of Heat & Cool LEDs.
The coding method will be as follows:
Heat LED will blink 5 times in 5 seconds, and then will be shut off for the next 5 seconds. Cool LED
will blink during the same 5 seconds according to the following Indoor / Outdoor unit tables:
Note: 0 – OFF, 1-ON
11.1.4
No
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
…
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Indoor Unit Diagnostics
Problem
RT-1 is disconnected
RT-1 is shorted
RT-2 is disconnected
RT-2 is shorted
Reserved
Communication mismatch
No Communication
No Encoder
Reserved
Outdoor Unit Fault
Reserved
Defrost protection
Deicing Protection
Outdoor Unit Protection
Indoor Coil HP Protection
Overflow Protection
Reserved
EEPROM Not Updated
Bad EEPROM
Bad Communication
Using EEPROM data
Model A
Model B
Model C
Model D
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5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
CONTENT
11-3
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1.4.1
No.
Indoor Unit Diagnostics and Corrective Actions
Fault
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
1
Sensor failures of
all types
Check sensor connections or
replace sensor
2
Communication
mismatch
Indoor and Outdoor
controllers are with
different versions
Replace Indoor controller
3
No Communication
Communication or
grounding wiring is not
good.
Check Indoor to Outdoor
wiring and grounding
4
No Encoder
Check motor wiring, if ok,
Indoor electronics or motor replace motor, if still not ok,
replace Indoor controller.
5
Outdoor Unit Fault
Outdoor controller problem
Switch to Outdoor
diagnostics.
6
EEPROM Not
Updated
System is using ROM
parameters and not
EEPROM parameters
No action, unless special
parameters are required for
unit operation.
No action, unless special
parameters are required for
unit operation.
7
Bad EEPROM
8
Bad
Communication
Communication quality is
low reliability
9
Using EEPROM
data
No problem. System is
using EEPRRRROM
parameters
Check Indoor to Outdoor
wiring and grounding
-If the voltage is low repair
power supply.
10
11
12
13
11-4
The power supply
indicator (red led)
doesn’t light up.
TThe operating
indicator (green
led) does not light
up
The operating
indicator (green
led) does not light
up when starting
from unit..
The indoor fan
does not function
correctly.
There is no correct voltage
between the line and
neutral terminals on main
P.C.B.
-If there is no voltage repair
general wiring.
-If there is correct voltage
replace main or display
P.C.B’S
The remote control
batteries are discharged
-Replace batteries of the
remote control
Check main P.C.B and
display P.C.B.
-Replace P.C.B if necessary.
Check the voltage
between indoor fan
terminals on the main
P.C.B
- If there is voltage replace
capacitor or motor.
CONTENT
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No.
Fault
Probable Cause
Check the voltage
between indoor fan
terminals on the main
P.C.B.
14
The outdoor fan
does not function
correctly.
There is voltage between
outdoor fan terminals on
the outdoor unit.
There is no voltage
between outdoor fan
terminals on the outdoor
unit.
Corrective Action
- If there is no voltage
replace main P.C.B
- Replace capacitor or motor.
- Check and repair electrical
wiring between indoor and
outdoor units.
-If no voltage replace main
P.C.B.
15
The compressor
does not start up.
16
The refrigeration
system does not
function correctly.
17
No cooling or
heating only indoor
fan works.
18
Only indoor fan
and compressor
working.
19
Only indoor fan
working.
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
Check voltage on
compressor terminals on
the outdoor unit. (with
ampmeter)
Check if there is correct
voltage between
compressor terminals on
the outdoor unit.
- If low voltage repair power
supply.
-If the voltage corrrect
replace capacitor or
compressor.
-If there is no voltage repair
electrical wiring between
indoor and outdoor units.
Check for leaks or
- Repair refrigeration system
restrictions, with
and charge refrigerant if
ampmeter, pressure guage
necessary.
or surface thermometer.
Outdoor fan motor faulty
or other fault caused,
compresssor overload
protection cut out.
Outdoor fan blocked.
-Replace P.C.B.
- Outdoor fan blocked
remove obstructions.
- Remove obstructions.
-Run capacitor of outdoor
fan motor faulty.
- Replace capacitor.
-Windings of outdoor fan
are shorted.
-Replace motor.
CONTENT
11-5
TROUBLESHOOTING
No.
20
21
Fault
No cooling or
heating takes
place, indoor
and outdoor fans
working.
No air supply
at indoor unit,
compressor
operates.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
- Overload safety device
on compressor is cut
out (low voltage or high
temperature)
- Check for proper voltage,
switch off power and try
again after one hour.
- Compressor run
capacitor faulty.
- Replace compressor
capacitor.
- Compressor windings
are shorted.
- Replace compressor.
-Indoor fan motor is
blocked or turns slowly.
-indoor fan run capacitor
faulty.
- motor windings are
shorted.
- Check voltage,repair wiring
if necessary.
-Check fan wheel if it is
tight enough on motor
shaft,tighten if necessary.
-Replace indoor fan motor.
22
Partial, limited air
supply at indoor
indoor unit.
Lack of refrigerant
(will accompanied by
-Charge the unit after
whisteling noise) cause ice
localizing leak.
formation on indoor unit
coil in cooling mode.
23
Water accumulates
and overflow from
indoor unit section.
Drain tube or spout of
drain pan clogged.
24
Water dripping
from outdoor unit
base. (in heating
mode)
25
11-6
Freeze-up of
outdoor coil in
heating mode, poor
heating effect in
room, indoor fan
operates.
-Disasemble plastic drain
tube from spout of indoor unit
drain pan.
Water drain outlet is
clogged.
-Open outdoor unit cover
clean out water outlet ,clean
the base inside througly.
-Faulty outdoor thermistor.
-Replace thermistor.
-Faulty control cable.
- Repair control cable.
- Outdoor temperature is
too low (below -2°C)
- Shut unit off, outdoor temp.
is below design conditions
and cannot function properly.
-Outdoor unit air outlet is
blocked.
CONTENT
-Remove obstructions.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1.5
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Outdoor Unit Diagnosits
Problem
OCT is disconnected
OCT is shorted
CTT is disconnected
CTT is shorted
HST is disconnected (when enabled)
HST is shorted (when enabled)
OAT is disconnected (when enabled)
OAT is shorted (when enabled)
TSUC is disconnected (when enabled)
TSUC is shorted (when enabled)
IPM Fault
Bad EEPROM
DC under voltage
DC over voltage
AC under voltage
Indoor / Outdoor unit Communication mismatch
No Communication
Reserved
Heat sink Over Heating
Deicing
Compressor Over Heating
Compressor Over Current
No OFAN Feedback
OFAN locked
Compressor Lock
Bad Communication
11.1.5.1
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Outdoor Unit Diagnostics and Corrective Actions
No
Fault
1
Sensors failures of all
types
2
IPM Fault
3
Bad EEPROM
4
DC under/over Voltage
5
AC under Voltage
6
Indoor / Outdoor unit
Communication mismatch
7
No Communication
8
Compressor Lock
9
Bad Communication
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
Probable Cause
Electronics HW problem
Electronics HW problem
Indoor and Outdoor
controllers are with
different versions
Communication or
grounding wiring is not
good.
Communication quality is
low reliability
CONTENT
Corrective Action
Check sensors connections or replace sensors.
Check all wiring and
jumper settings, if OK,
replace electronics.
No action, unless special
parameters are required
for unit operation.
Check outdoor unit power supply voltage
Check outdoor unit power supply voltage
Replace Indoor controller
Check Indoor to Outdoor
wiring and grounding
Switch unit to STBY and
restart
Check Indoor to Outdoor
wiring and grounding
11-7
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1.6
Judgment by MegaTool
MegaTool is a special tool to monitor the system states.
Using MegaTool requires:
A computer with RS232C port.
A connection wire for MegaTool.
A special MegaTool software.
Use MegaTool according to following procedure:
Setup MegaTool software: copy the software to the computer.
Connect RS232C port in computer with MegaTool port in Indoor/Outdoor unit controller by the
connection wire.
Run the software and choose the COM port, you can monitor the A/C system state
In monitor tab
11.1.7
11.1.7.1
Simple procedures for checking the Main Parts
Checking Mains Voltage.
Confirm that the Mains voltage is between 198 and 264 VAC. If Mains voltage is out of this range,
abnormal operation of the system is expected. If in range check the Power (Circuit) Breaker and look
for broken or loosed cable lugs or wiring mistake(s).
11.1.7.2
Checking Power Input.
If Indoor unit power LED is unlighted, power down the system and check the fuse of the Indoor unit.
If the fuse is OK replace the Indoor unit controller. If the fuse has blown, replace the fuse and power
up again.
Checking Power Input procedure for the Outdoor unit is the same as with the Indoor unit.
11.1.7.3
Checking the Outdoor Fan Motor.
Enter Test Mode (where the OFAN speed is high)
Check the voltage between lead wires according to the normal value as following:
Between red wire and black wire: 310VDC +/- 20V
Between orange wire and black wire: 15VDC +/- 1V
Between yellow wire and black wire: 2-6VDC
11.1.7.4
Checking the Compressor.
The compressor is brushless permanence magnetic DC motor. Three coil resistance is same. Check
the resistance between three poles. The normal value should be below 0.5 ohm (TBD).
11.1.7.5
Checking the Reverse Valve (RV).
Running in heating mode, check the voltage between two pins of reverse valve connector, normal
voltage is 220VAC.
11.1.7.6
Checking the electrical expansion valve (EEV).
The EEV has two parts, drive part and valve. The drive part is a step motor; it is ringed on the valve.
Check the drive voltage (12VDC). When Outdoor unit is power on, EEV shall run and have click and
vibration.
11-8
CONTENT
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TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1.8
11.1.8.1
Precaution, Advise and Notice Items
High voltage in Outdoor unit controller.
Whole controller, including the wires that are connected to the Outdoor unit controller may have
the potential hazard voltage when power is on. Touching the Outdoor unit controller may cause an
electrical shock.
Advise: Don’t touch the naked lead wire and don’t insert finger, conductor or anything else into the
controller when power is on.
11.1.9
Charged Capacitors
Three large-capacity electrolytic capacitors are used in the Outdoor unit controller. Therefore, charging
voltage (380VDC) remains after power down. Discharging takes about four minutes after power is
off. Touching the Outdoor unit controller before discharging may cause an electrical shock.
11.1.10
Additional advises
When disassemble the controller or the front panel, turn off the power supply.
When connecting or disconnecting the connectors on the PCB, hold the whole housing, don’t pull
the wire.
There are sharp fringes and sting on shell. Use gloves when disassemble the A/C units.
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
11-9
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.2
Troubleshooting for DCI72/80
WARNING!!!
When Power Up – the whole outdoor unit controller, including the wiring, is under
HIGH VOLTAGE!!!
Never open the Outdoor unit before turning off the Power!!!
When turned off, the system is still charged (400V)!!!
It takes about 1 Min. to discharge the system.
Touching the controller before discharging may cause an electrical shock!!!
11.2.1
No
General System Failures and Corrective Actions
Symptom
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
No power supply
Check power supply. If OK,
check display and display
wiring. if OK, replace
controller
2
Indoor unit does not respond to
remote control message
Remote control
message not reached
the indoor unit
Check remote control
batteries, if OK, check
display and display wiring,
if OK, replace display
PCB. If still not OK replace
controller
3
Indoor unit responds to remote
control message but Operate
indicator (Green LED) does not
light up
Problem with display
PCB
Replace display PCB.
If still not OK replace
controller
Unit in heat mode and
coil is still not warm
Change to cool mode
Outdoor unit is in
opposite mode
Change operation mode
Problem with controller
or capacitor
Change to high speed
and Check power supply
to motor is higher than
130VAC (for triack
controlled motor) or higher
than 220VAC for fixed
speed motors, if OK replace
capacitor, if not OK replace
controller
5
Indoor fan works when unit is
OFF, and indoor fan speed is
not changed by remote control
command.
Controller problem
Replace controller
6
Water leakage from indoor unit
Indoor unit drainage
tube is blocked
Check and open drainage
tube
1
4
11-10
Indoor unit power supply indicator
(Red LED) does not light up.
Indoor fan does not start (louvers
are opened and Green LED is
ON)
CONTENT
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No
7
8
Symptom
Outdoor unit display board and
leds are off
Compressor operates but no
capacity
Probable Cause
No power supply
Check the connections
and the wiring on the main
terminal - Repair if needed.
PFC Chock coil
Check the PFC Chock coil
Burnt fuse
Check 20A fuse on the Filter
EEV problem
Check EEV
Refrigerant leakage
Check refrigeration system
Indoor coil block
Outdoor coil block
EEV problem
Refrigerant leakage
9
Compressor is over heated and
unit does not generate capacity
10
Compressor stops during
operation
11
Unit is not operating
Corrective Action
Indoor coil block
Clean filters and/or remove
block
Remove block and/or avoid
air by-pass
Check EEV
Check refrigeration system)
Clean filters and/or remove
block
Outdoor coil block
Remove block and/or avoid
air by-pass
Electronic control
Check diagnostics
Refrigerant leakage
Check refrigeration system
Communication
problems
Electronics control
problem or protection
Check diagnostics
12
Compressor does not start
13
Unit works in wrong mode (cool
instead of heat or heat instead of
cool)
Electronics or RV
problem
Check RV
14
All components are operating
properly but no cooling or no
heating
Refrigerant leak
Check refrigeration system
15
Compressor motor is generating
noise and no suction occurs
Phase order to
compressor is wrong
Check compressor phase
order
16
Freezing of outdoor unit in heat
mode and outdoor unit base is
blocked with ice
17
The unit stop suddenly during
operation
18
Indoor unit(s) Indicator(s) leds
may flicker
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Connect base heater
EMC interference to the
A/C unit
CONTENT
Check for EMC problems
11-11
TROUBLESHOOTING
No
Symptom
Probable Cause
21
Other home appliances operation
is faulty such as noise appears
EMC interference by
in the television picture, or the
the A/C unit
picture is distorted or static occurs
in the radio sound
22
All others
11.2.2
Specific problems of
indoor or outdoor units
Corrective Action
Check for EMC problems
Check diagnostics
Checking the refrigeration system
Checking system pressures and other thermodynamic measures should be done when system is
in technician Mode where the system operates as in fixed settings. The performance curves given
in this manual are given for unit performance in Technician mode when high indoor fan speed is
selected.
11.2.3
11.2.3.1
Diagnostics
Outdoor unit diagnostics
If any fault exists in the system, it will be shown according to tIf no fault exists in the system, no
fault code will be displayed during normal operation mode, and the status led will be on while the
compressor is enable.he following coding method.
Two LEDs display the system diagnostics on real time as follows:
STATUS LED is blinking 5 times in 5 seconds, and shut off for the next 5 seconds.
FAULT LED will blink during the same 5 seconds according to the following table:
11-12
CONTENT
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Problem
OCT bad
CTT bad
HST bad
OAT bad
OMT bad
RGT bad
OFAN/Compressor Feedback Loss
OFAN- IPM fault
OFAN Lock
OFAN- Vospd exceeded
Compressor- IPM Fault
Compressor Lock
Compressor- Vospd exceeded
Compressor- Foldback
DC under voltage
DC over voltage
AC under voltage
No communication A
reserved
reserved
reserved
Compressor- Ilegal Speed
System Configuration Changed
System Configuration Problem
Heat sink Over Heating Fault/Protection
Deicing Protection
Compressor Over Heating Protection
System over power Protection
Bad EEPROM
Not Configured
Bad Communication
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Notes:
1 - ON, 0 - OFF
Whenever this table is updated, the installation test procedure, and the alarm output function should
be updated.
Only one code is shown.
Order of priority is 1-32. Diagnostics is continuously ON as long as power is on.
Heat Sink Over Heating Protection, Compressor Over Heating Protection, and System Over Power
Protection are declared only whenever in ‘Stop-Compressor’ status.
All faults, except the thermistor faults, will remain at least 10 seconds. This rule comes to serve the
monitoring utilities, in a case the fault is released quickly it will be still shown under the monitoring
utilities.
Thermistor faults are reported only when they are enabled.
When the outdoor unit is in fault (not protection), an in-fault signal is sent to the indoor. When all the
outdoor unit faults are cleared, ‘no-fault’ signal is sent to the indoor.
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CONTENT
11-13
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.2.3.2
Outdoor fault corrective actions
No
Fault Name
1
OCT bad
2
CTT bad
3
HST bad
4
OAT bad
5
TSUC bad
6
RGT bad
7
OFAN/Compressor
Feedback Loss
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Thermistor not connected or
damaged
Check Thermistor
OFAN halls or wires bad.
Compressor wire cable bad or
IPM bad or compressor bad
Check OFAN motor and
compressor
8
OFAN - IPM fault
Over current / Over temperature
of OFAN IPM
Check no obstruction to
controller air opening
Check OFAN motor
Check motor type matches
motor jumpers in controller
9
OFAN Lock
Fan does not rotate
Check OFAN motor
Check motor type matches
motor jumpers in controller
Make necessary arrengments
in unit installation location to
avoid back wind
Avoid EMC problems
10
OFAN- Vospd
exceeded
Exceeds speed high limit
11
Compressor- IPM
Fault
Over current / Over temperature
of compressor IPM
12
Compressor Lock
Compressor does not rotate
13
Compressor- Vospd
exceeded
Exceeds speed limit
Try again and replace controller
if still have the problem
14
CompressorFoldback
High pressure / Current reduces
compressor speed
Check Compressor
15
DC under voltage
DC voltage is lower than limit
Replace controller
DC voltage exceeds its high
limit
Check if input voltage higher
than limit (270VAC), if not
and the problem presist,
replace controller. If voltage is
high, shut off the power and
recommend the customer to fix
the power supply
AC input voltage is lower than
limit
Check if input voltage lower
than limit (170VAC), if not and
the problem presist, replace
controller. If voltage is low,
recommend the customer to fix
the power supply
16
17
11-14
DC over voltage
AC under voltage
CONTENT
Check no obstruction to
controller air opening
Check Compressor
Check Compressor
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No
Fault Name
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
18
No communication A
No signals in line A
Check communication
19
Compressor- Ilegal
Speed
Exceeds speed low limit
See # 13
20
System Configuration
Changed
Communication lines changed
from last operation
No problem just an
announcement
21
System Configuration
Problem
Miss-match between the IDUs
connected to port A,B,C or D,
or the total capacity code of
IDUs is higher than the ODU
maximum capacity code
Change configuration if
needed.
22
Heat sink Over
Heating Fault/
Protection
Compressor stopped due to
heatsink protection
Check that the airflow around
the ODU is free and the fan is
running free. Check fan motor
(0)
23
Deicing Protection
During deicing procedure
No action required
24
Compressor Over
Heating Protection
Compressor stopped due to
over heat protection
Check if gas is missing in the
system
25
System over power
Protection
Compressor stopped due to
over power protection
No action required
26
Bad EEPROM
EEPROM not operating
Power reset. (Replace
Controller just in case you need
EEPROM).
27
Not Configured
Cannot start the control
Power reset. Replace
Controller if didn’t help
28
Bad Communication
Bad communication lines
See # 18-21
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CONTENT
11-15
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.2.4
Fault Code for Indoor unit
Pressing Mode button for long will activate diagnostic mode by the acknowledgment of 3 short beeps
and lighting of COOL and HEAT LED’s.
Entering diagnostics in STBY mode allows only viewing of status (fault-display).
In diagnostic mode, system problems / information will be indicated by blinking of Heat & Cool
LED’s.
The coding method will be as follows:
Heat led will blink 5 times in 5 seconds, and then will be shut off for the next 5 seconds. Cool Led will
blink during the same 5 seconds according to the following table:
No
Fault Name
5
4
3
2
1
1
RT-1 is disconnected
0
0
0
0
1
2
RT-1 is shorted
0
0
0
1
0
3
RT-2 is disconnected
0
0
0
1
1
4
RT-2 is shorted
0
0
1
0
0
…
Reserved
0
0
1
0
1
7
Communication mismatch
0
0
1
1
1
8
No Communication
0
1
0
0
0
9
No Encoder
0
1
0
0
1
10
Reserved
0
1
0
1
0
11
Outdoor Unit Fault
0
1
0
1
1
…
Reserved
17
Defrost protection
1
0
0
0
1
18
Deicing Protection
1
0
0
1
0
19
Outdoor Unit Protection
1
0
0
1
1
20
Indoor Coil HP Protection
1
0
1
0
0
21
Overflow Protection
1
0
1
0
1
…
Reserved
24
EEPROM Not Updated
1
1
0
0
0
25
Bad EEPROM
1
1
0
0
1
26
Bad Communication
1
1
0
1
0
27
Using EEPROM data
1
1
0
1
1
28
Model A
1
1
1
0
0
29
Model B
1
1
1
0
1
30
31
Model C
Model D
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1 - ON,
0 - OFF
Only one code is shown. Order of priority is lower to the higher number. Diagnostics is continuously
ON as long power is on.
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11.2.4.1
No.
Indoor unit diagnostics and corrective actions
Fault
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
1-4
Sensor failures
Sensors not connected or
damaged
Check sensor connections
or replace sensor
7
Communication
mismatch
Indoor and Outdoor controllers
are with different versions
Replace Indoor controller
8
No Communication
Communication or grounding
wiring is not good
Check Indoor to Outdoor
wiring and grounding
9
No Encoder
Indoor electronics or motor
Check motor wiring, if ok,
replace motor, if still not ok,
replace Indoor controller.
11
Outdoor Unit Fault
Outdoor controller problem
Switch to Outdoor
diagnostics.
Protections
Indication
No action
EEPROM Not
Updated
System is using ROM
parameters and not EEPROM
parameters
No action, unless special
parameters are required for
unit operation.
17-21
24
No action, unless special
parameters are required for
unit operation.
25
Bad EEPROM
26
Bad Communication
Communication quality is low
reliability
27
Using EEPROM data
No problem
28-31
11.2.5
11.2.5.1
Check Indoor to Outdoor
wiring and grounding
IDU model
Procedures for checking Main Parts
Checking Mains Voltage
Confirm that the Mains voltage is between 198 and 264 VAC. If Mains voltage is out of this range,
abnormal operation of the system is expected. If in range check the Power (Circuit) Breaker and look
for broken or loosed cable lugs or wiring mistake(s).
11.2.5.2
Checking Main fuse
Check 20A fuse on the Filter Board - If burnt – check the compressor, fan or any other peripheral that
can cause a short. In case of a problematic peripheral - replace it.
In case no problematic peripheral, check the resistance on the DC bank (B+ & B- on the Power
board), if it is less than 30Ω, replace the controller. Otherwise replace the burnt fuse. In case of
frequent burning fuse, replace the controller.
11.2.5.3
Checking PFC Chock coil
Check PFC chock connection – repair if needed.
Dis-connect the chock from the controller wire extensions, check if the 2 wires of the chock are
shorted. If shorted (OK) check between each wire and the metal box. If shorted replace chock, if
not (OK), open the controller top cover and check if the wire extensions are connected well and if
shorted. If not shorted, replace wires, if shorted (OK) than might be a controller problem – replace
controller.
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11.2.5.4
Checking the Outdoor Fan Motor
Check FAN-Power and FAN-Halls connections - Repair if needed.
Rotate the fan slowly by hand. If the fan does not rotate easily, check whether something is obstructing
the fan, or if the fan itself is coming into contact with the outer case, preventing it from rotating.
Correct if necessary - otherwise, the fan motor bearings have seized. Replace the motor.
If the fan rotates easily, use a current probe (“Clamp”) to assure AC current on each phase and it is
less than 1A.
In case there is no current, check the resistance between the three poles. Assure the three coil
resistances are almost the same.
The normal value should be between 10Ω to 20Ω.
Change to Stand-by or Power OFF and re-start - If the fault is still active - replace controller.
11.2.5.5
Checking the Compressor
Check Compressor connections - Repair if needed.
Use a current probe (“Clamp”) to assure that there is an AC current on each phase – no more than
15A.
In case there is no current, check the resistance between the three poles. Assure the three coil
resistances are almost the same (between 0.8Ω to 1.5Ω).
Change to Stand-by or Power OFF and re-start - If the fault is still “Active” - replace controller.
11.2.5.6
Checking the Reverse Valve (RV)
The RV has two parts, Solonoid and valve.
Solonoid - Running in heating mode, check the voltage between two pins of reverse valve connector,
normal voltage is 230VAC. if no power supply to RV, Check RV operation with direct 230VAC power
supply, if OK, replace outdoor controller.
Valve - if RV solonoid is OK (as above) but still no heating operation while compressor is On, replace
the valve.
11.2.5.7
Checking the electrical expansion valve (EEV)
The EEV has two parts, drive and valve.
When Outdoor unit is powered on, EEV shall run and have click and vibration.
For assuring the problem is of the EEV parts, perform the installation test and if fails and no other
indications in the diagnostics, than the problem is with the EEV (one or more).
Drive - a step motor; ringed on the valve. Check the drive voltage, should be12VDC.
Valve – if drive is OK (as above) but still the indoor unit perform no conditioning replace the valve (no
need to take out the refrigerant, just pump down and shut off the main valves).
11.2.5.8
Checking the termistors
Check Thermistor connections and wiring - Repair if needed.
Check Thermistor resistance – between 0ºC and 40ºC should be between 35KΩ and 5KΩ.
11.2.5.9
Checking the communication
Change to Stand-by or Power OFF and re-start - If the fault is still “Active” check Indoor to Outdoor.
Communication wiring and grounding connections (should be less than 2.0Ω) - Repair if needed.
If IDU failure – replace IDU controller that does not respond.
If ODU failure – replace ODU.
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11.2.5.10 Checking for electromagnetic interferance (EMC problems)
EMC troubles to the A/C unit
Locations most susceptible to noise :
1. Locations near broadcast stations where there are strong electromagnetic waves.
2. Locations near amateur radio (short wave) stations.
3. Locations near electronic sewing machines and arc-welding machines.
Trouble :
Either of the following trouble may occur:
1. The unit may stop suddenly during operation.
2. Indicator lamps may flicker
Correction :
The fundamental concept is to make the system less susceptible to noise
(insulate for noise or distance from the noise source):
1. Use shielded wires.
2. Move unit away from the noise source.
11.2.5.11
EMC troubles to near by home appliances
Locations most susceptible to noise :
1. A television or radio is located near the A/C and A/C wiring.
2. The antenna cable for a television or radio is located close to the A/C and A/C wiring.
3. Locations where television and radio signals are weak.
Trouble :
1. Noise appears in the television picture, or the picture is distorted.
2. Static occurs in the radio sound.
Correction
1. Select a separate power source.
2. Keep the A/C and A/C wiring at least 1 meter away from wireless devices and antenna
cables.
3. Change the wireless device’s antenna to a high sensitivity antenna.
4. Change the antenna cable to a BS coaxial cable.
5. Use a noise filter (for the wireless device).
6. Use a signal booster.
11.2.6
11.2.6.1
Precaution, Advise and Notice Items
High voltage in Outdoor unit controller
Whole controller, including the wires, connected to the Outdoor unit controller may have the potential
hazard voltage when power is on. Touching the Outdoor unit controller may cause an electrical
shock.
Advise: Don’t touch the naked lead wire and don’t insert finger, conductor or anything else into the
controller when power is on.
11.2.6.2
Charged Capacitors
Three large-capacity electrolytic capacitors are used in the Outdoor unit controller. Therefore,
charging voltage (380VDC) remains after power down. Discharging takes about one minute after
turned off. Touching the Outdoor unit controller before discharging may cause an electrical shock.
When open the Outdoor unit controller cover, don’t touch the soldering pin by hand or by any
conductive material.
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11.2.6.3
Advise:
Open the Outdoor unit controller cover only after one minute from power off.
Measure the electrolytic capacitors voltage before farther checking controller.
Additional advises
When disassemble the controller or the front panel, turn off the power supply.
When connecting or disconnecting the connectors on the PCB, hold the whole housing, don’t pull the
wire, there are sharp fringes and sting on shell. Use gloves when disassemble the A/C units.
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CONTROL SYSTEM
12.
CONTROL SYSTEM
12.1
General Functions and Operating Rules
The DCI software is fully parametric.
All the model dependent parameters are shown in Blue color and with Italic style [parameter].
The parameters values are given in the last section of this control logic chapter of the service
manual.
12.1.1
System Operation Concept
The control function is divided between indoor and outdoor unit controllers. Indoor unit is the system
‘Master’, requesting the outdoor unit for cooling/heating capacity supply. The outdoor unit is the
system ‘Slave’ and it must supply the required capacity unless it enters into a protection mode
avoiding it from supplying the requested capacity.
The capacity request is transferred via indoor to outdoor communication, and is represented by
aparameter called ‘NLOAD’. NLOAD is an integer number with values between 0 and 127, and it
represents the heat or cool load felt by the indoor unit.
12.1.2
Compressor Frequency Control
12.1.2.1 NLOAD setting
The NLOAD setting is done by the indoor unit controller, based on a PI control scheme.
The actual NLOAD to be sent to the outdoor unit controller is based on the preliminary LOADcalculation,
the indoor fan speed, and the power shedding function.
NLOAD limits as a function of indoor fan speed:
Indoor Fan Speed Maximum NLOAD Cooling Maximum NLOAD Heating
Indoor Fan Speed
Low
Medium
High
Turbo
Auto
Maxium NLOAD Cooling
Maxium NLOAD Heating
MaxNLOADIF1C
MaxNLOADIF2C
MaxNLOADIF3C
MaxNLOADIF4C
MaxNLOADIF5C
MaxNLOADIF1H
MaxNLOADIF2H
MaxNLOADIF3H
MaxNLOADIF4H
MaxNLOADIF5H
NLOAD limits as a function of power shedding:
Mode
Cooling
Heating
12.1.3
Power Shedding OFF
No limit
No limit
Power Shedding ON
Nominal Cooling
Nominal heating
Target Frequency Setting
12.1.3.1 Target Frequency Setting for DCI 50/60/72Z
The compressor target frequency is a function of the NLOAD number sent from the indoor
controller and the outdoor air temperature.
Basic Target Frequency Setting:
NLOAD
127
10<NLOAD<127
10
0
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Target Frequency
Maximum Frequency
Interpolated value between minimum and maximum frequency
Minimum frequency
Compressor is stopped
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Target frequency limits as a function of outdoor air temperature (OAT):
OAT Range
Cooling Mode limits
OAT < 6
Heating Mode limits
No limit
6 ≤ OAT < 15
MaxFreqAsOAT1H
MaxFreqAsOATC
15 ≤ OAT < 28
28≤ OAT
MaxFreqAsOAT2H
No limit
12.1.3.2 Target Frequency Setting for DCI 72/80
The compressor Target Speed is calculated according to the following formula:
ODUNload T arg et Speed load max MinSpeed , MaxSpeed 127
MiniSpeed, MaxSpeed are defined as following:
= 15Hz, MaxSpeed = 75Hz
When the unit is in the heat mode, MiniSpeedH = 20Hz, MaxSpeed = 95Hz
ODU NLOAD is caculated according to the IDU NLoad:
When the unit is in the cool mode, MiniSpeedC
3 * IDUNLOAD
ODU NLOAD min , 127 ODUCode
OAT
≤-5
≤-5
12.1.4
ODUCodeC
3
3.8
ODUCodeC
3
3
IDUNLOAD
Refer to sect.112.1.2.1
Frequency Changes Control
When the unit is running normally , the compressor frequency change rate is 1 Hz/sec.
12.1.5
Compressor Starting Control
12.1.5.1 Compressor starting control for DCI50/60/72Zzz
Step3
Step2
Step1
1
Minute
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Minute
Time
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12.1.5.2 Compressor starting control for DCI72/80
Step 1
Whenever the compressor starts up, after it has been off for more than 45 minutes, the compressor
frequency cannot go below Step1RPS for 3 continuous minutes (this rule comes to ensure oil return
to the compressor).
Step 2
The compressor speed cannot go above Step2RPS once after each compressor start up for 3
continuous minutes (this rule comes to prevent oil exit from the compressor after its start up).
Step 3
The speed cannot go higher than Step3RPS unless it was operating for more than 1 continuous
minutes between Step3RPS – 5 and Step3RPS .
After passing above Step3RPS, this rule is re-applied when passing below Step3RPS-5.
12.1.6
Minimum On and Off Time
3 minutes
12.1.7
Indoor Fan Control
8 Indoor fan speeds are determined for each model. 4 speeds for cool/dry/fan modes and 4 speeds
for heat mode.
When user sets the indoor fan speed to a fixed speed (Low/ Medium/ High), unit will operate constantly
at set speed.
When Auto Fan is selected, indoor unit controller can operate in all speeds. The actual speed is set
according to the cool/heat load.
12.1.7.1 Turbo Speed
The Turbo speed is activated during the first 30 minutes of unit operation when auto fan speed is
selected and under the following conditions:
Difference between set point and actual room temperature is bigger then 3 degrees.
Room temperature > 22 for cooling, or < 25 for heating.
12.1.8
Outdoor Fan Control
12.1.8.1 Outdoor Fan Control for DCI50/60
7 outdoor fan speeds are determined for each model. 3 speeds for cool and dry modes, and 3
speeds for heat mode, and a very low speed.
Outdoor fan speed is a function of compressor frequency and outdoor air temperature (OAT).
4 routines for fan control are determined. The control routine selection depends on operation mode,
compressor speed, outdoor air temperature (OAT) and heat sink temperature (HST).
Routine
Conditions
B
Heating with OAT < 15°C
or
Cooling with OAT > 20°C,
or
Faulty OAT
Cooling with 20°C > OAT > 7°C
C
Cooling with 7°C > OAT
D
Heating with OAT > 15°C
A
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CONTROL SYSTEM
OFAN Speed
Compressor
Target Frequency
Routin
A
Routin
B
Routin
C
Routin
D
Freq=0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
10 ≤ Freq < OFLowFreq
Low
Low
VL
Low
OFLowFreq ≤ Freq< OFMedFreq
Medium
Low
VL
Low
OFMedFreq≤ Freq
High
Low
Low
Medium
When compressor is switched to OFF and the heat sink temperature is above 55 degrees, the
outdoor fan will remain ON in low speed for up to 3 minutes.
OFAN State
at Cool Mode
HST
Change To Higher
OFAN Cool state (*1)
3 Degrees
A
3 Degrees
B
50
C
7
20
OAT 45
Change To lower
OFAN Cool state
Note: Periorities A>B>C
(*1) If
State C, change to B
If State B, change to A
12.1.8.2 Outdoor Fan Control for DCI72/72Z/80
OFAN operates between any speed OFMinRPM to OFMaxRPM.
The fan speed is also related to protections and OMT value.
* For DCI 72Z, in heating mode the OFAN speed is related to OCT.
12.1.9
EEV (Electronic Expansion Vavle) Control
12.1.9.1 EEV Control for DCI50/60
EEV opening is defined as EEV = EEVOL + EEVCV
EEVOL is the initial EEV opening as a function of the compressor frequency, operation mode, unit
model and capacity.
EEVCV is a correction value for the EEV opening that is based on the compressor temperature.
During the first 5 minutes of compressor operation EEVCV = 0.
Once the first 5 minutes are over, the correction value is calculated as follow: EEVCV(n) =
EEVCV(n-1) + EEVCTT
EEVCTT is the correction based on the compressor temperature. A target compressor temperature
is set depending on frequency and outdoor air temperature, and the actual compressor temperature
is compared to the target temperature to set the required correction to the EEV opening.
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CONTROL SYSTEM
12.1.9.2 EEV Control for DCI72/72Z/80
The target EEV value is the sum of open loop value (OL) and a result of the accumulative
correction values (CV).
EEV EEVOL EEVCV
The EEV intial value(OL) is defined as follow:
EEVOL= EEVBaseOpenLoop + EEVOpenLoopCpctyCrct + EEVTubeCompnst
Basic EEV open loop
Open Loop correction
EEV tube Length
compensation
Mode
72/80
72/80
72/80
COOL
220
25
0
HEAT
170
30
0
*For DCI72Z
The initial EEVOL is defined in accordance to the compressor frequency
EEVCV is a correction value for the EEV opening that is based on the compressor temperature,
During the first 6 minutes after SB the correction is not calculated. After that the correction value is
updated every 30 seconds.
12.1.10
RV(Reversing Valve) Control
Reversing valve is on in heat mode.
Switching of RV state is done only after compressor is off for over 3 minutes.
12.1.11
Ioniser Control
Ioniser is on when unit is on ,AND indoor fan is on ,AND Ioniser power switch (on Ioniser) is on.
12.1.12
Base Heater Control
The base heater will be working only when RV is “ON” according to the following graph:
Base
Heater
OFF
ON
0
2
OAT
When OAT is faulty the base heater will be “ON” continuously in HEAT mode.
12.2
Fan Mode
In high/ medium/ low indoor fan user setting, unit will operate fan in selected speed.
In AutoFan user setting, fan speed will be adjusted automatically according to the differencebetween
actual room temperature and user set point temperature.
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CONTROL SYSTEM
12.3
Cool Mode
NLOAD is calculated according to the difference between actual room temperature and user set
point temperature by PI control.
In high/ medium/ low indoor fan user setting, unit will operate fan in selected speed.
In AutoFan user setting, fan speed will be adjusted automatically according to the calculated
NLOAD.
12.4
Heat Mode
NLOAD is calculated according to the difference between actual room temperature and user set
point temperature by PI control.
In high/ medium/ low indoor fan user setting, unit will operate fan in selected speed.
In AutoFan user setting, fan speed will be adjusted automatically according to the calculated
NLOAD.
12.4.1
Temperature Compensation
In wall mounted, ducted, and cassette models, 3 degrees are reduced from room temperature
reading (except when in I-Feel mode), to compensate for temperature difference between high and
low areas in the heated room, and for coil heat radiation on room thermistor.
The temperature compensation can be enabled/disabled by shortening of J2 on the indoor unit
Controller
Model
J2 Shorted
J2 Opened
Wall mounted
Cassette
Compensation Disabled
Compensation Enabled
Compensation Enabled
Compensation Disabled
Ducted
Floor/Ceiling
Compensation Enabled
Compensation Disabled
Compensation Disabled
Compensation Enabled
12.4.2
Indoor Fan Control in Heating Mode
Indoor fan speed depends on the indoor coil temperature:
12.5
Auto Cool/Heat Mode
When in auto cool heat mode unit will automatically select between cool and heat mode according
to the difference between actual room temperature and user set point temperature (.T). Unit will
switch from cool to heat when compressor is off for 3 minutes, and .T < -3.
Unit will switch from heat to cool when compressor is off for 5 minutes, and .T < -3.
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12.6
Dry Mode
As long as room temperature is higher then the set point, indoor fan will work in low speed and
compressor will work between 0 and MaxNLOADIF1C Hz.
When the room temperature is lower than the set point, compressor will be switched OFF and indoor
fan will cycle 3 minutes OFF, 1 minute ON.
12.7
Protections
There are 5 protection codes.
Normal (Norm) – unit operate normally.
Stop Rise (SR) – compressor frequency can not be raised but does not have to be decreased.
HzDown1 (D1) – Compressor frequency is reduced by 2 to 5 Hz per minute.
HzDown2 (D2) – Compressor frequency is reduced by 5 to 10 Hz per minute.
Stop Compressor (SC) – Compressor is stopped.
12.7.1
Indoor Coil Defrost Protection
ICT Trend
ICT
Fast
Increasing
Increasing
No Change
Decreasing
Fast
ICT< -2
-2 ≤ ICT<0
0 ≤ ICT < 2
2 ≤ ICT< 4
4 ≤ ICT < 6
6 ≤ ICT ≤ 8
ICT> 8
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D2
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D2
D2
D1
SR
SR
SC
D2
D2
D2
D1
SR
12.7.2
Indoor Coil Overheating Protection
12.7.2.1 Indoor Coil Overheating Protection For 50/60/72Z
ICT Trend
ICT
Fast
Decreasing
Decreasing
No Change
Increasing
Fast
Increasing
ICT >62
60 ≤ ICT < 62
55≤ ICT <60
52≤ ICT < 55
48≤ ICT < 52
45≤ ICT ≤ 48
ICT <45
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D2
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D2
D2
D1
SR
SR
SC
D2
D2
D2
D1
SR
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12.7.2.2 Indoor Coil Overheating Protection For 72/80
ICT Trend
ICT
<-2
-2
-1,0,1
2
>2
ICT >62
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
60 ≤ ICT < 62
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
58≤ ICT <60
SR
SR
D1
D2
D2
56≤ ICT < 58
SR
SR
SR
D1
D2
54≤ ICT < 56
Norm
Norm
SR
SR
D1
52≤ ICT ≤ 54
Norm
Norm
Norm
SR
SR
ICT <52
12.7.3
Norm
Compressor Overheating Protection
12.7.3.1 Compressor Overheating Protection for DCI50/60/72Z
Compressor temperature can be in one of 5 control zones (4 in protection, and 1 normal),according
to the following chart.
CTT
105
102
98
94
Stop-Compressor
P3
P2
P1
Normal
Control Status
Compressor Temperature
Increases
Else
P1
Normal
Stop Rise
P2
HzDown 1
Stop Rise
P3
HzDown 2
HzDown 1
Stop Compressor
Stop Compressor
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12.7.3.2 Compressor Overheating Protection for DCI72/80
CTT Trend
CTT
Fast
Decreasing
Decreasing
No
Change
Increasing
Fast
Increasing
CTT >105
100≤
CTT <
105
95≤CTT <100
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
SR
SR
D1
D2
D2
93≤CTT < 100
85≤CTT < 95
SR
SR
SR
D1
D1
90≤CTT ≤ 93
80≤CTT ≤ 85
Norm
Norm
Norm
SR
SR
CTT <90
CTT <80
Cool
Heat
CTT >105
100≤
CTT <
105
98≤CTT <100
12.7.4
Norm
Compressor Over Current Protection Only For DCI50/60/72Z
CCR
Stop-Compresor
CCROC4
HzDown2
CCROC3
HzDown1
CCROC2
Stop-Rise
CCROC1
Normal
12.7.5
Heat Sink Overheating Protection
12.7.5.1 Heat Sink Overheating Protection For DCI50/60/72Z
HST Trend
HST
Fast
Decreasing
Decreasing
No Change
Increasing
Fast
Increasing
HST ≥ 90
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
85 ≤ HST < 90
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
82 ≤ HST < 85
SR
SR
D1
D2
D2
80≤ HST< 82
SR
SR
SR
D1
D1
78 ≤ HST ≤ 80
Norm
Norm
Norm
SR
SR
HST < 78
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12.7.5.2 Heat Sink Overheating Protection For DCI72/80
Delta HST
HST
<-2
-2
-1,0,1
2
>2
HST≥ 81
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
79 ≤ HST < 81
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
75 ≤ HST < 79
SR
SR
D1
D2
D2
73≤ HST< 75
SR
SR
SR
D1
D1
71 ≤ HST ≤ 73
Norm
Norm
Norm
SR
SR
HST < 71
12.7.6
Norm
System Over Power Protection Only For DCI72/80
Delta PWR
Power
< -2000
[-2000,0)
0
(0,2000]
> 2000
PWR ≥ 2900
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
3300≤PWR < 3500
2750≤PWR < 2900
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
3100 ≤PWR < 3300
2600≤PWR < 2750
SR
SR
D1
D2
D2
3000≤PWR < 3100
2450≤PWR < 2600
2300 ≤PWR ≤
2450
PWR < 2300
SR
SR
SR
D1
D1
Norm
Norm
Norm
SR
SR
PWR1
PWR ≥ 3500
2950 ≤PWR ≤ 3000
PWR < 2950
PWR2
Norm
There are two sets of OVRPWR values, the selection of the values are set according to the state of
the Power-Shed input.
Power-Shed input open Set values 1
Power-Shed input sort Set values 2
12.7.7
Outdoor Coil Deicing Protection
12.7.7.1 Outdoor coil Deicing Protection For DCI50/60/72Z
► Entering Deicing Conditions
Deicing operation will start when either one of the following conditions exist:
Case 1: OCT < OAT – 8 AND TLD > DI
Case 2: OCT < OAT – 12 AND TLD > 30 minutes.
Case 3: OCT is Invalid AND TLD > DI
Case 4: Unit is just switched to STBY AND OCT < OAT – 8
Case 5: NLOAD = 0 AND OCT < OAT -8
Case 6: OCT<-19 AND TLD>60 minutes
All this condition will exist during 10 seconds
OCT – Outdoor Coil Temperature
OAT – Outdoor Air Temperature
TLD – Time from Last Deicing
DI – Deicing Interval (Time Interval Between Two Deicing)
Deicing interval time when compressor is first started in heat mode, is 10 minutes if OCT < -2, and
is 40 minutes in other cases.
Deicing interval time is changed (increased/ decreased in 10 minutes steps) as a function of deicing
time. If deicing time is shorter then former deicing time, the deicing interval time will be increased. If
deicing time is longer then former deicing time, the deicing interval time will be decreased.
12-10
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTROL SYSTEM
Deicing Operation Procedure
►
OCT
12
0
T h re s h o ld
COMP
ON
T1
T2
DT
m a x. 1 2 m in u te s
D e ic e F re q C h R V
RV
HEAT
COOL
O FAN
T1
T3
T3
ON
OFF
EEV
E E V D e ic e rO p e n
Any
T1=60 secondes;T2=36 secondes;T3=6 secondes
12.7.7.2 Outdoor coil Deicing Protection For DCI72/80
Entering Deicing Conditions
Deicing operation will start when either one of the following conditions exist:
Case 1: OCT < OAT – 8 AND TLD > DI
Case 2: OCT < OAT – 12 AND TLD > 30 minutes.
Case 3: OCT is Invalid AND TLD > DI
Case 4: Unit is just switched to STBY AND OCT < OAT – 8
Case 5: NLOAD = 0 AND OCT < OAT - 8
Case 6: OAT is invalid AND OCT< 8 AND TLD > DI AND Compressor ON Time > 15 minutes
All this condition will exist during 400 seconds
OCT – Outdoor Coil Temperature
OAT – Outdoor Air Temperature
TLD – Time from Last Deicing
DI – Deicing Interval (Time Interval between Two Deicing)
Deicing interval time when compressor is first started in heat mode, is 10 minutes if OCT < -2, and
is 40 minutes in other cases.
Deicing interval time is changed (increased/ decreased in 10 minutes steps) as a function of deicing
time. If deicing time is shorter then former deicing time, the deicing interval time will be increased. If
deicing time is longer then former deicing time, the deicing interval time will be decreased.
►
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
12-11
CONTROL SYSTEM
Deicing Operation Procedure
►
OCT
12
0
Threshold
COMP
ON
T1
T2
T1
max. 12 minutes
DT
HEAT
RV
T3
COOL
OFAN
T3
ON
OFF
EEVDeicerOpen
EEV
Any
T1=50 secondes;T2=36 secondes;T3=6 secondes
12.7.8
Condensate Water Over Flow Protection
Each of the pins P1, P2, P3 can have two options:
1 – When it is shorted with P4
0 – When it is not shorted to P4
►
Water Level Protection-1 level
P1
P2
P3
Level
Don’t care
Don’t care
1
Normal
Don’t care
Don’t care
0
Overflow
(*) 1- Pin P1, P2, or P3 is connected to P4.
0- Pin P1, P2 or P3 is not connected to P4.
12-12
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTROL SYSTEM
Overflow when
unit is ON
Overflow
Water Level
Overflow when
unit is OFF
Normal
ON
OPER
LED
OFF
BLINK
ANY
NLOAD
NLOAD is
forced to 0
0
ON
PUMP
OFF
8 min
12.8
8 min
8 min
Indoor Unit Dry Contact
Indoor unit Dry contact has two alternative functions that are selected by J9.
Function
Contact=open
Contact=short
J9=open
Presence Detector
Connection
No limit
Force to STBY
J9=short
Power Shedding Function
No limit
Limit NLOAD
12.9
Operating the Unit from Mode Button
Forced operation allows to start, stop and operate in Cooling or Heating, in pre-set
temperature according to the following table:
Forced operation Mode
Pre-set Temperature
Cooling
20°C
Heating
28°C
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
12-13
CONTROL SYSTEM
12.10
On Unit Controls and Indicators
12.10.1
Indoor Unit controller Controls and Indicatiors for All Models
Except for Floor/Ceiling model
During OFF, Fan, Cool, Heat, Dry, and Auto modes (for operation in other modes, see at the
relevant spec paragraph):
STAND BY
INDICATOR
1. Lights up when the Air Conditioner is connected to power
and ready to receive the R/C commands
OPERATION
INDICATOR
1. Lights up during operation.
2. Blinks for 300 msec., to announce that a R/C infrared
signal has been received and stored.
3. Blinks continuously during protections (according to the
relevant spec section).
TIMER INDICATOR
Lights up during Timer and Sleep operation.
FILTER INDICATOR
Lights up when Air Filter needs to be cleaned.
COOLING INDICATOR
Lights up when system is switched to Cool Mode by using the
Mode Switch on the unit.
HEATING INDICATOR
Lights up when system is switched Heat Mode by using the Mode
Switch on the unit.
Mode SWITCH
(COOL/HEAT/OFF)
Every short pressing , the next operation mode is selected, in this
order :
SB → Cool Mode → Heat Mode → SB → …
In long pressing system enters diagnostic mode.
For short pressing:
RESET / FILTER
SWITCH
When Filter LED is on - turn off the FILTER INDICATOR
after a clean filter has been reinstalled.
When Filter LED is off – enable/disable the buzzer
announcer, if selected.
In long pressing system enters set up mode (if in SB).
12.10.2
Outdoor Unit controller Indicatiors
Unit has three LED’s.
SB LED is ON when power is ON (230 VAC, even when no communication).
STATUS LED is ON when COMP is ON, and Blinks according to diagnostics mode definitions when
either fault or protection occurs.
FAULT LED Blinks according to diagnostics mode definitions when either fault or protection occurs.
12-14
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTROL SYSTEM
12.11
Test Mode
12.11.1
Entering Test Mode
System can enter Test mode in two ways:
Automatically when the following conditions exists for 30 minutes continuously:
Mode = Cool, Set point = 16, Room temperature = 27(+1/−2), Outdoor temperature = 35(+2/-1)
Or
Mode = Heat, Set point = 30, Room temperature = 20±1, Outdoor temperature = 7±(+1/-2)
Manually when entering diagnostics with the following settings:
Mode = Cool, Set point = 16
Mode = Heat, Set point = 30
12.11.2
Unit Operation in Test Mode
In test mode, the unit will operate in fixed settings according to the indoor fan speed setting:
Indoor FAN Speed Setting
Unit Setting
Low
Minimum Capacity Setting
Turbo
Auto
Nominal Capacity Setting
Maximum Capacity Setting
During test mode, protections are disabled, except for stop compressor status.
12.12
SW Parameters
12.12.1
Indoor Units SW Parameters
Model dependent parametes - KN
Cap .Group
NomLoadC
NomLoadH
MaxNLOADIF1C
MaxNLOADIF2C
MaxNLOADIF3C
MaxNLOADIF4C
MaxNLOADIF5C
MinRTC
MaxNLOADRTC
MaxNLOADIF1H
MaxNLOADIF2H
MaxNLOADIF3H
MaxNLOADIF4H
MaxNLOADIF5H
MaxNLOADRTH
MaxRTH
MaxNLOADPSC
MaxNLOADPSH
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
A
(KN-60)
3
81
77
55
70
127
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
81
77
B
(KN-72)
4
61
59
44
50
120
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
61
59
C
(KN-80)
4
67
67
85
102
120
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
67
67
CONTENT
12-15
CONTROL SYSTEM
Model dependent parameters - DNG
Unit
A
(DNG50)
B
(DNG60)
C
(DNG72)
D
(DNG80)
3
62
74
22
28
30
32
40
50
63
120
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
62
74
3
77
80
22
28
30
32
40
50
63
120
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
77
80
4
57
55
22
28
30
32
40
63
85
115
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
57
55
4
60
63
22
28
30
32
40
78
100
127
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
60
63
Cap .Group
NomLoadC
NomLoadH
ICTSTSpeed
ICTVLSpeed
ICTLSpeed
ICTHSpeed
ICTTSpeed
MaxNLOADIF1C
MaxNLOADIF2C
MaxNLOADIF3C
MaxNLOADIF4C
MaxNLOADIF5C
MinRTC
MaxNLOADRTC
MaxNLOADIF1H
MaxNLOADIF2H
MaxNLOADIF3H
MaxNLOADIF4H
MaxNLOADIF5H
MaxNLOADRTH
MaxRTH
MaxNLOADPSC
MaxNLOADPSH
Model dependent parameters - WNG
(WNG) Wall Mounted Models
Parameter name
25
35
50
60
72
80
NLOAD limits as a function of selected indoor fan speed
MaxNLOADIF1C
40
40
45
50
53
68
MaxNLOADIF2C
53
53
62
85
75
90
MaxNLOADIF3C
120
120
120
120
105
120
MaxNLOADIF4C
127
127
127
127
127
127
MaxNLOADIF5C
127
127
127
127
127
127
Indoor Fan speeds
IFVLOWC
700
700
700
800
850
850
IFLOWC
800
800
900
1000
1000
1000
IFMEDC
900
950
1050
1100
1150
1150
IFHIGHC
1050
1100
1200
1250
1350
1300
IFTURBOC
1150
1200
1250
1300
1400
1350
IFVLOWH
700
700
700
800
900
900
IFLOWH
800
850
900
950
1050
1050
IFMEDH
950
1000
1100
1150
1200
1200
IFHIGHH
1100
1150
1250
1250
1350
1300
IFTURBOH
1200
1250
1300
1300
1400
1350
12-16
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTROL SYSTEM
Model dependent parameters - PXD
A
(PXD50)
B
(PXD60)
C
(PXD72)
D
(PXD80)
Cap .Group
3
3
NomLoadC
68
80
NomLoadH
77
82
MaxNLOADIF1C
40
50
MaxNLOADIF2C
60
85
MaxNLOADIF3C
90
127
MaxNLOADIF4C
90
127
MaxNLOADIF5C
90
127
MinRTC
20
20
MaxNLOADRTC
127
127
MaxNLOADIF1H
127
127
MaxNLOADIF2H
127
127
MaxNLOADIF3H
127
127
MaxNLOADIF4H
127
127
MaxNLOADIF5H
127
127
MaxNLOADRTH
127
127
MaxRTH
27
27
MaxNLOADPSC
68
80
MaxNLOADPSH
77
82
4
60
60
127
127
127
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
60
60
4
63
67
127
127
127
127
127
20
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
27
63
67
Unit
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
12-17
CONTROL SYSTEM
12.12.2
Outdoor Units SW Parameters:
Model dependent parameters for DCI50/60
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
12-18
Name
MinFreqC
MaxFreqC
MinFreqH
MaxFreqH
NormAccel
NormDecel
Step1Freq
Step2Freq
Step3Freq
OFVL
OFLOWC
OFMEDC
OFMAXC
OFLOWH
OFMEDH
OFMAXH
OFANTESTMODEC
OFANTESTMODEH
OFDelTestMode
CTTOH1
CTTOH2
CTTOH3
CTTOH4
CCROC1
CCROC2
CCROC3
CCROC4
DEICT1
DEICT2
DEICT3
ProtFreqLimit
EEVDecierOpen
OptimDeicFreq
EEVMinOperOpenC
EEVMaxOperOpenC
EEVMinOperOpenH
EEVMaxOperOpenH
EEVNormRate
EEVHighRate
EEVMaxOpen
OFLowFreqC
OFMedFreqC
OFLowFreqH
OFMedFreqH
HeaterDisableFlag
DeiceFreqChRV
OATRefC
SUCT Enable
HST Enable
OAT Enable
OATRefH
MinTargCTTC
MaxTargCTTC
MinTargCTTH
MaxTargCTTH
DST
DSTF
OATLimitC
OATLimit1H
OATLimit2H
MaxFreqAsOATC
MaxFreqAsOAT1H
MaxFreqAsOAT2H
Single DCI-50
Single DCI 60
20
85
20
95
1
1
60
70
90
20
60
76
92
60
83
100
92
100
28
94
98
102
105
10
10.5
10.8
11.2
60
36
6
60
100
90
50
380
50
380
33
12
500
40
70
40
86
0
0
35
0
1
1
7
30
95
40
95
8
12
28
6
15
64
85
60
20
95
26
94
1
1
60
70
90
20
55
70
79
55
70
79
83
83
28
94
98
102
105
11.4
11.8
12.2
12.6
60
36
6
60
180
90
80
380
60
300
33
12
500
35
55
40
60
0
0
35
0
1
1
7
30
90
45
90
8
12
28
6
15
85
80
60
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTROL SYSTEM
Model dependent parameters for DCI72Z
No.
Name
Single
DCI-72Z
1
MinFreqC
15
2
MaxFreqC
70
3
MinFreqH
15
4
MaxFreqH
90
7
Step1Freq
35
8
Step2Freq
55
9
Step3Freq
90
10
OFMinRPM
8
11
OFMaxRPM
90
12
NightRPM
65
13
OFNNoiseMaxRPM
78
14
CTTOH1
90
15
CTTOH2
95
16
CTTOH3
100
17
CTTOH4
105
18
CCROC1
12.5
19
CCROC2
13.3
20
CCROC3
14.1
21
CCROC4
14.9
22
ProtFreqLimit
60
23
EEVMinOperOpenC
50
24
EEVMaxOperOpenC
480
25
EEVMinOperOpenH
50
26
EEVMaxOperOpenH
480
27
HeaterDisableFlag
0
28
HST Enable
1
29
OATLimitC
24
30
OATLimit1H
6
31
OATLimit2H
15
32
MaxFreqAsOATC
60
33
MaxFreqAsOAT1H
85
34
MaxFreqAsOAT2H
75
35
NormAccel
1
36
NormDecel
1
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
12-19
CONTROL SYSTEM
Model dependent parameters for DCI72/80
Compressor Parameters
Value
MinOFFTime
3
MinOnTime
3
MaxCTT1
90
MaxCTT2
90
MinSpeedAsCTT1
26
MinSpeedAsCTT2
26
MaxSpeedC
75
MaxSpeedH
95
Step1RPS
40
Step2RPS
60
Step3RPS
75
NormAcc (sec/RPS)
1
NormDec (sec/RPS)
1
Down1(Sec/RPS)
12
Down2 (Sec/RPS)
7
DeiceAcc (Sec/RPS)
0.2
DeiceDec (Sec/RPS)
0.5
EEV Parameters
Value
NormEEVRate
30
EEVCompOFFOpen
200
EEVCompOFFTime
60
EEVMaxOpen
500
EEVMinOperOpenC
60
EEVMaxOperOpenC
500
EEVMinOperOpenH
70
EEVMaxOperOpenH
500
EEVMinOperOpenHInIDU
60
EEVMaxOperOpenHInIDU
140
EEVIDUOFFOpen
130
EEVMoveSteps
20
EEVTConstC
30
EEVTConstH
30
BlncTimTrnsStC
1
BlncTimStdyStC
1
BlncTimTrnsStH
1
BlncTimStdyStH
1
CompOffTimToTrnsSt
20
12-20
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.1
Indoor Unit: KN 60/72/80
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
21
20
22
25
23
26
24
27
32
28
33
29
31
34
30
35
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
13-1
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.2
No.
Indoor Unit: KN 60 DCI
Part No.
Item Description
Qty
1
455000103
Double patch Capacitor for fan motor 3.5uF (CBB61S)
1
2
467300035R
(DCI KN) Controller/Indoor Units EHK911A522-00
1
3
4523162
TRANSFORMER ASSY.
1
4
2114200004
1 E-Parts Box Cover1 for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
5
2114200005
2 E-Parts Box Cover2 for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
6
2114200008
E-Parts Box Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
7
4523278
RW SENSOR
1
8
2224200052
Recieve Water Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
9
2224209003
Evaporator Base Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
10
4523277
ICT SENSOR
1
11
453014400
Indoor Unit Frame Assy. OEM CASSETTE90X90 KN24/30/36/45 Airwell AUS.
1
12
2114200003
Fan Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
13
2154200010
Evaporator Assy./KN 24 R410A
1
14
466100003
Metal Motor 28W 600/570/510/460 RPM
1
15
2124200050
Base Pan Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
16
4525530
Pump PSB-12 for OEM CASSETTE90X90
1
17
2114200015
Cover
4
18
2240010007
Swing motor
1
19
8224200007
Louver
4
20
2114200024
Filter
1
21
2114200021
Switch for grille
2
22
8144200001
Switch cover for grille
1
23
2114200020
Air inlet grille
1
24
8141990001
Hanger for panel assy.
4
25
2114200011
Display PCB holder
1
26
2114200007
LED holder
1
27
4523483
Display PCB EHK: 901-085-00
1
28
2114200022
Control box cover
1
29
453043100
OEM CASSETTE90X90 Indoor Unit Frame AIRWELL Australia(2114209089)
1
30
2114200016
1 Back board, air outlet 1
1
31
2114200017
2 Back board, air outlet 2
1
32
2114200018
3 Back board, air outlet 3
1
33
2114200019
4 Back board, air outlet 4
1
34
8224200005
1 EPS foam, air outlet 1
4
35
8224200006
2 EPS foam, air outlet 2
4
13-2
1
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.3
No.
Indoor Unit: KN 72 DCI
Part No.
Item Description
Double patch Capacitor for fan motor 3.5uF (CBB61S)
Qty
1
455000103
2
467300035R DCI KN) Controller/Indoor Units EHK911A522-00
1
3
4523162
TRANSFORMER ASSY.
1
4
2114200004
1 E-Parts Box Cover1 for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
5
2114200005
2 E-Parts Box Cover2 for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
6
2114200008
E-Parts Box Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
7
4523278
RW SENSOR
1
8
2224200052 Recieve Water Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
9
2224209003 Evaporator Base Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
10
4523277
SENSOR
1
11
453014400
Indoor Unit Frame Assy. OEM CASSETTE90X90 KN24/30/36/45 Airwell AUS.
1
12
2114200003
Fan Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
13
2154200010 Evaporator Assy./KN 24 R410A
1
14
466100002
1
15
2124200050 Base Pan Ass’y for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
16
4525530
Pump PSB-12 for OEM CASSETTE90X90
1
17
2114200015
Cover
4
18
2240010007 Swing motor
1
19
8224200007 Louver
4
20
2114200024
Filter
1
21
2114200021
Switch for grille
2
22
8144200001 Switch cover for grille
1
23
2114200020
1
24
8141990001 Hanger for panel assy.
4
25
2114200011
Display PCB holder
1
26
2114200007
LED holder
1
27
4523483
Display PCB EHK: 901-085-00
1
28
2114200022
Control box cover
1
29
453043100
OEM CASSETTE90X90 Indoor Unit Frame AIRWELL Australia(2114209089)
1
30
2114200016
1 Back board, air outlet 1
1
31
2114200017
2 Back board, air outlet 2
1
32
2114200018
3 Back board, air outlet 3
1
33
2114200019
4 Back board, air outlet 4
1
34
8224200005 1 EPS foam, air outlet 1
4
35
8224200006 2 EPS foam, air outlet 2
4
Metal Motor 55W 770/740/700/620 RPM
Air inlet grille
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
1
13-3
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.4
No.
Intdoor Unit: KN 80 DCI
Part No.
Item Description
Qty
1
455000103
Double patch Capacitor for fan motor 3.5uF (CBB61S)
1
2
467300035R
(DCI KN) Controller/Indoor Units EHK911A522-00
1
3
4523162
TRANSFORMER ASSY.
1
4
2114200004
1 E-Parts Box Cover1 for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
5
2114200005
2 E-Parts Box Cover2 for SPL OEM CASSETTE
1
6
2334209153
E-Parts Box Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
7
4523278
RW SENSOR
1
8
2224200601
Receive Water Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
9
2224209005
Evaporator Base Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
10
4523277
ICT SENSOR
1
11
453014400
Indoor Unit Frame Assy. OEM CASSETTE90X90 KN24/30/36/45 Airwell AUS.
1
12
2114200601
Fan Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
13
2154200610
Evaporator Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
14
466100004
Metal Motor 56W 600/580/540/500 RPM
1
15
2124200601
Base Pan Ass’y for OEM CASSETTE SPL
1
16
4525530
Pump PSB-12 for OEM CASSETTE90X90
1
17
2114200015
Cover
4
18
2240010007
Swing motor
1
19
8224200007
Louver
4
20
2114200024
Filter
1
21
2114200021
Switch for grille
2
22
8144200001
Switch cover for grille
1
23
2114200020
Air inlet grille
1
24
8141990001
Hanger for panel assy.
4
25
2114200011
Display PCB holder
1
26
2114200007
LED holder
1
27
4523483
Display PCB EHK: 901-085-00
1
28
2114200022
Control box cover
1
29
453043100
OEM CASSETTE90X90 Indoor Unit Frame AIRWELL Australia(2114209089)
1
30
2114200016
1 Back board, air outlet 1
1
31
2114200017
2 Back board, air outlet 2
1
32
2114200018
3 Back board, air outlet 3
1
33
2114200019
4 Back board, air outlet 4
1
34
8224200005
1 EPS foam, air outlet 1
4
35
8224200006
2 EPS foam, air outlet 2
4
13-4
1
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.5
Outdoor Unit: DCI 60
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
13-5
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.6
Outdoor Unit: DCI 60
No. Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
13-6
4517144
452795700
4521642
4523141
4526841
4526510
453026500
453036400
453238900
4526775
4526776
453035800
453036100
4526221
453041900
452882900
4523446
453034000
4522509
4516766
4526301
4524595
4526215
4526216
4518952
4525938
4523145
4517028
4516758
452841100
453238800
453238700
4519188
453238600
204107
453048500
453052900
4526585
453030500
4516788
Description
Qty
FAN COVER PP+UV
PAINTED LEFT CABINET ASSY
Painted Right Cabinet and Isolation Assy.
M10 Hexagon locked nut M10
Cusion for fan
FAN D=460mm (3 blade)
DC Motor SIC-71FW-F170-2
Motor Support
Sensor/OAT
Compressor top thermistor(CTT)
Outdoor coil thermistor(OCT)
Partition Plate
Base Plate Paint Assy.
Compressor wire
Liquid Accumulator
Condenser and distributor welding assy.
Liquid Accumulator
4-way Valve System Assy.
4-Way valve coil
PAINTED VALVE PLATE ASSY
High pressure stop valve R410a
1/2” Gas Valve for ONG R410A
Electronic expansion valve ZDPF(L)-1.6C-01-RK for R410A
EEV COIL QA(L)12-MD-02
4-W valve SHF-7H for R410A
PAINTED RIGHT-BACK CABINET ASSY
R.lifter
PAINTED LEFT-BACK GRILL
SMALL HANDLE
Earth wire
Ground Wire
Wire UL1007 16AWG/COM
4 poles terminal block
Wire 1015 16#/Power Input
Cable clip Nylon
DCI 2.8kW EMI Filter Board 901-107-00
Therminal Plate Assy.
Connect for motor backet
Outdoor DCI Controller/2.8kW(English) 906-105-00
PAINTED TOP COVER ASSY
1
CONTENT
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.7
Outdoor Unit: DCI 72/80
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
13-7
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.8
Outdoor Unit: DCI 72/80
No.
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
465100000
4523652
4523758
452960400
461600002
452956700
4526522
466130001
4522601
4523653
452966200
452956500
452677601
452809900
452803300
452783600
452783200
453256100
4526080
4526513
4526514
4523654
4522602
4518950
467300005
204107
467420003
453138800
4526215
4526216
462300002
453175500
453083800
453256000
452809700
453170000
452888500
464250004
4526968
4526774
4523657
4522600
13-8
Description
Outlet grid
PAINTED LEFT CABINET ASSY
Nut M8 left
OUTDOOR FAN
4-Way Valve Assy.
4-way valve coil
Four-Way Valve R410A
DC Motor 70W 830rpm(SIC-71FW-F170-1)
Right Handle
Painted Right Cabinet Assy.
Compressor Top Thermistor(CTT)
Suction Thermistor(SUCT)
Outdoor Coil Thermistor(OCT)
Base Plate Painting Assy.
Compressor Assy. TNB220FLBM1
Oil Separator Assy.
Liquid-Gas Separator
Support Painting Assy./Gas-Liquid Separator
Valve Plate Paint Assy.
Low Press Valve R410A
High Press Valve R410A
Painted Right Back Cabinet Assy.
Valve Cover
Filter Drier BFK-053S
Display Assy.(optional)
Cable clip Nylon
7 Poles Terminal Block
Terminal Plate
Electronic Expansion Valve ZDPF(L)-1.6C-01-RK
EEV COIL QA(L)12-MD-02
Condenser Assy.
Guard Net Painting Assy.
OAT Support
Choke Assy.
Partition Plate
Controller
Motor Support
Controller Connect Plate
Grounding wire with magnetic ring
Outdoor Air Thermistor(OAT)
Painted Top Cover Assy.
Left Handle
1
CONTENT
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.9
Outdoor Unit: DCI 72 Z
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
13-9
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.10
Outdoor Unit: DCI 72 Z
No.
13-10
Item
Description
Quan.
1
465100000
Grill/ DCI Trio
2
4523652
PAINTED LEFT CABINET ASSY
1
3
4523758
Nut M8 left
1
4
452960400
Outdoor Fan
1
5
461600023
4-Way Valve Assy.
1
6
4522509
4-way Valve Coil
1
7
4526522
FOUR-WAY VALVE R410A
1
8
466130002R
DC Motor 70W 8P
1
1
9
4522601
Right Handle
1
10
4523653
PAINTED RIGHT CABINET ASSY
1
11
4526775
Compressor Top Thermistor(CTT)
1
12
452956500
OMT Thermistor(OMT)
1
13
452677601
Outdoor Coil Thermistor(OCT)
1
14
452809900
Base Plate Painting Assy.
1
15
460080000R
Compressor Assy./ C-7RVN153H0W SANYO ShenYang)
1
16
452783600
Oil Separator Assy.
1
17
452783200
Liquid-gas Separator
1
18
453256100
Support Painting Support Assy./Gas-Liquid Separator
1
19
4526080
Valve plate paint assy
1
20
4526513
LOW PRESS VALVE (R410A)
1
21
4526514
Hight press valve(R410A)
1
22
4523654
PAINTED RIGHT BACK CABINET ASSY
1
23
4522602
Valve Cover
1
24
4518950
Filter Drier BFK-053S
1
26
204107
Cable clip Nylon
2
27
467420003
7 Poles Terminal Block
1
28
464280001
Terminal Plate/ DCI 72Z
1
29
4526215
Electronic expansion valve ZDPF(L)-1.6C-01-RK for R410A
1
30
4526216
EEV COIL QA(L)12-MD-02
1
31
462300002
Condenser Assy.
1
32
453175500
Guard Net Painting Assy.
1
33
453083800
Support/OAT
1
34
4526396
Choke Assy.167-021-01
1
35
464730006
Partition Plate Assy./DCI 72Z
1
36
467300082R
Controller/Outdoor Unit DCI 3.0KW(English) 906A-361-00
1
37
452888500
Motor Support
1
38
464250044
Connect Plate/Controller DCI 72Z
1
39
452841100
Earth wire
3
39
4516540
Earth wire
2
40
453238900
Sensor/OAT
1
41
4523657
PAINTED TOP COVER ASSY
1
42
4522600
Left Handle
1
43
467300114R
DCI 3.0KW EMI Fillter Board 901A-574-00
1
1
CONTENT
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX A
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
►
INSTALLATION MANUAL KN 60/72/80 DCI
►
OPERATION MANUAL KN 60/72/80 DCI
SM KN DCI 2-E.2 GB
CONTENT
14-1
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