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Airwell FLO 9 DCI Service manual
FLO 9 / 12 DCI Series
Indoor Units
Outdoor Units
FLO 9 DCI
FLO 12 DCI
GC 9 DCI
GC 12 DCI
REFRIGERANT
R410A
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HEAT PUMP
NOVEMBER – 2008
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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 ........................................................................................5-1
6.
PRESSURE CURVES ...........................................................................................6-1
7.
ELECTRICAL DATA ..............................................................................................7-1
8.
WIRING DIAGRAMS .............................................................................................8-1
9.
REFRIGERATION DIAGRAMS .............................................................................9-1
10. TUBING CONNECTIONS......................................................................................10-1
11.
CONTROL SYSTEM .............................................................................................11-1
12. TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................................................................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 FLO DCI split wall mounted range has expanded, comprising two additional
RC (heat pump) models:
● FLO 9 DCI
● FLO 12 DCI
The indoor FLO units are available as LED or LCD display types featuring esthetic
design, compact dimensions, and low noise operation.
1.2
Main Features
The FLO DCI INV 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 contact for clock or power shedding functions (configurable).
● Base heater connection.
● 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 Electrostatic
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, so that
removing the front grill or casing is not necessary.
● Refrigerant pipes can be connected to the indoor unit from 5 different optional
directions.
● Water condensate tray is equipped with two optional drain connections.
● Automatic treated air sweep.
● Low indoor and outdoor noise levels.
● Easy installation and service.
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1.3
Indoor Unit
The indoor unit is wall mounted, and can be easily fitted to many types of residential
and commercials applications.
● FLO 9, 12
New design is available in LCD and LED versions.
Old design is available in LED version only.
Indoor Unit features:
1.4
Feature
FLO 9, 12
Display
LCD or LED
Ionizer
YES
ESF
YES
Fresh air
Optional
Indoor fan motor
Variable speed (PG)
Horizontal motorized louver
YES
Vertical motorized louver
Optional
Heating element
NO
M2L Cable port
YES
Dry contact
Presence detector or (jumper selected)
power shedding
Filtration
The FLO DCI Series presents several types of air filters:
● Easily accessible, and re-usable pre-filters (mesh)
● Pre-charged electrostatic filter (disposable)
● Active carbon filter (disposable)
● ESF. Active Electro Static re-usable filter (optional)
1.5
Ionizer (Optional)
A special design Ionizer protected by unique patents integrated into the indoor unit,
generating negative ions to the room providing comfort and upgraded indoor air quality.
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1.6
Control
The microprocessor indoor controller, and an infrared remote control, supplied as
standard, provide complete operating function and programming.
Remote controllers: RC-2/3/4/5/7, RC-4i-1, RCW, μBMS.
Networking system Airconet version 4.2 and up, MIU SW version H8 and up.
For further details please refer to the Operational Manual, Appendix A.
1.7
Outdoor Unit
The FLO DCI INV outdoor units can be installed as floor or wall mounted units 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.
● GC 9 DCI
● GC 12 DCI
Outdoor Unit Feature
1.8
Feature
GC 9, 12 DCI
Display
3 LED’s
Base Heater
Optional
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, Chapter 9.
1.9
Accessories
Item
Description
MIU (FLO)
MODBUS interface unit
MIU (K)
MODBUS interface unit
RS485 Adapter
To be used as an interface
with RCW or μBMS remote
controllers
Base Heater
M2L cable Port
For further details please refer to Optional Accessories, Chapter 17.
1.10
Inbox Documentation
Each unit is supplied with its own installation and operation manuals.
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INTRODUCTION
1.11
Matching Table
1.11.1
R410A
INDOOR UNITS
OUTDOOR UNITS
MODEL
REFR
FLO 9 DCI
GC 9 DCI
R410A
√
GC 12 DCI
R410A
FLO 12 DCI
K 9 DCI
K 12 DCI
√
√
√
The above table lists outdoor units and FLO 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.
For further information please refer to the relevant Service Manual.
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PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.
PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.1
FLO 9 / GC 9 DCI
Model Indoor Unit
Model Outdoor Unit
FLO 9 DCI
GC 9 R410A
Installation Method of Pipe
Characteristics
Flared
Units
Btu/hr
kW
kW
W/W
Capacity (4)
Power input (4)
EER (Cooling) or COP(Heating) (4)
Energy efficiency class
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
Rated current
Power factor
Prated (IDU)
Prated (IDU+ODU)
Starting current
Circuit breaker rating
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
Air flow (1)
External static pressure
Sound power level (2)
Sound pressure level(3)
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(3)
Dimensions
Net Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant type
Standard charge
Additional charge
In.(mm)
In.(mm)
m.
Heating
11600(5120-17060)
3.4(1.5-5.0)
0.81(0.39-1.6)
4.20
A
220-240
1
50
2.7
3.8
0.97
0.97
32
1600
10.5
15
Crossflow x 1
1050/900/800
530/430/330
0
51/ - /39
39/ - /26
1
16
810x285x190
10.5
870x356x282
13.5
28
7evels
Electronical Expansion Valve
Single Rotary DC Inverter,Panasonic 5RS102XAB
Propeller x 1
830
1780
61
51
795x610x290
38
970x650x394
42
9
3 levels
R410A
1.1
No need
1/4"(6.35)
3/8"(9.53)
Max.20
m.
Max.10
V
Ph
Hz
A
Power supply
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
Connections between units Max.tubing length
Max.height
difference
Operation control type
Heating elements (Option)
Others
Cooling
8530(4780-12280)
2.5(1.4-3.6)
0.595(0.42-1.0)
4.20
A
Remote control
kW
(1)Airflow in ducted units;at nominal external static pressure.
(2)Sound power in ducted units is measured at air discharge.
(3)Sound pressure level measured at 1-meter distance from unit.
(4)Rating conditions in accordance to ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units).
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PRODUCT DATA SHEET
2.2
FLO 12 / GC 12 DCI
Model Indoor Unit
Model Outdoor Unit
FLO 12 DCI
GC 12 DCI R410A
Installation Method of Pipe
Characteristics
Capacity (4)
Power input (4)
EER (Cooling) or COP(Heating) (4)
Energy efficiency class
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
Connections between units
Operation control type
Heating elements (Option)
Others
In.(mm)
In.(mm)
m.
m.
Max.10
V
Ph
Hz
A
Power supply
Rated current
Power factor
Prated (IDU)
Prated (IDU+ODU)
Starting current
Circuit breaker rating
Fan type & quantity
Fan speeds
Air flow (1)
External static pressure
Sound power level (2)
Sound pressure level(3)
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(3)
Dimensions
Net Weight
Package dimensions
Packaged weight
Units per pallet
Stacking height
Refrigerant type
Standard charge
Additional charge
Flared
Cooling
Heating
11940(4780-14670)
14670(5100-19790)
3.5(1.4-4.3)
4.3(1.5-5.8)
0.99(0.42-1.25)
1.125(0.39-1.75)
3.54
3.82
A
A
220-240
1
50
4.6
5.2
0.97
0.97
40
1800
10.5
15
Crossflow x 1
1100/950/800
550/450/350
0
52/ - /39
40/ - /26
1.5
16
810x285x190
10.5
870x356x282
13.5
28
7levels
Electronical Expansion Valve
Single Rotary DC Inverter,Panasonic 5RS102XAB
Propeller x 1
830
1780
62
52
795x610x290
38.5
970x650x394
42.5
9
3 levels
R410A
1.2
No need
1/4"(6.35)
3/8"(9.53)
Max.20
Units
Btu/hr
kW
kW
W/W
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
Remote control
kW
1)Airflow in ducted units;at nominal external static pressure.
(2)Sound power in ducted units is measured at air discharge.
(3)Sound pressure level measured at 1-meter distance from unit.
(4)Rating conditions in accordance to ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units).
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RATING CONDITIONS
3.
RATING CONDITIONS
Rating conditions in accordance with ISO 5151 and ISO 13253 (for ducted units).
Cooling:
Indoor:
27oC DB 19oC WB
Outdoor: 35 oC DB
Heating:
Indoor:
20oC DB
Outdoor: 7oC DB 6oC WB
3.1
Operating Limits
3.1.1
R410A
Indoor
Cooling
Heating
Outdoor
Upper limit 32oC DB 23oC WB
46oC DB
Lower limit 21oC DB 15oC WB
-10oC DB
Upper limit
27oC DB
24oC DB 18oC WB
Lower limit
10oC DB
-15oC DB -16oC WB
Voltage
198 – 264 V
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4.
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
4.1
Indoor Unit: FLO 9 / 12 DCI
4.2
Outdoor Unit: GC 9 / 12 DCI
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PERFORMANCE DATA
5.
PERFORMANCE DATA
5.1
FLO 9 DCI
5.1.1
Cooling Capacity (kW) - Run Mode
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB/WB TEMPERATURE [ºC]
OD COIL
ENTERING AIR DB
TEMPERATURE
[C0]
-10 - 20
(protection range)
25
30
35
40
46
DATA
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
2.42
1.64
0.47
2.30
1.60
0.52
80 - 110 % of nominal
80 - 105 % of nominal
25 - 50 % of nominal
2.57
2.73
2.89
1.67
1.71
1.74
0.48
0.49
0.49
2.46
2.62
2.77
1.63
1.67
1.70
0.53
0.54
0.55
3.05
1.77
0.50
2.93
1.73
0.56
TC
SC
PI
2.18
1.56
0.58
2.34
1.59
0.59
2.50
1.63
0.60
2.66
1.66
0.60
2.82
1.69
0.61
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
2.07
1.52
0.63
1.93
1.47
2.23
1.55
0.64
2.09
1.50
2.38
1.58
0.65
2.24
1.53
2.54
1.62
0.66
2.40
1.57
2.70
1.65
0.67
2.56
1.60
PI
0.70
0.71
0.72
0.72
0.73
LEGEND
TC –
SC –
PI –
WB –
DB –
ID –
OU -
Capacity Correction Factors
Capacity Ratio
5.1.2
Total Cooling Capacity, kW
Sensible Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
1.2
1.1
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temperature [deg C]
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Heating Capacity (kW) - Run Mode)
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB TEMPERATURE [ºC]
OD COIL
ENTERING AIR
DB/WB
TEMPERATURE
[ºC]
DATA
15
20
25
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
2.16
0.49
2.41
0.59
2.59
0.66
2.68
0.70
2.75
0.72
2.01
0.54
2.26
0.64
2.44
0.71
2.53
0.75
2.59
0.77
1.86
0.58
2.11
0.68
2.29
0.76
2.38
0.80
2.44
0.82
7/6
TC
PI
3.55
0.76
3.40
0.81
3.25
0.86
10/9
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
3.75
0.81
3.94
0.85
3.60
0.86
3.79
0.90
85 - 105 % of nominal
80 - 120 % of nominal
3.44
0.90
3.64
0.95
-15/-16
-10/-12
-7/-8
-1/-2
2/1
15/12
15-24
(Protection Range)
LEGEND
TC
TH – Total Heating Capacity, kW
PI – Power Input, kW
WB – Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
DB – Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
ID – Indoor
OU - Outdoor
5.1.4
Capacity Correction Factors
Capacity Ratio
1.2
1.1
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature [deg C]
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Cooling
Capacity Ratio
5.2.1
Capacity Correction Factor Due to Tubing Length
1.01
1.00
0.99
0.98
0.97
0.96
0.95
0.94
0.93
0.92
0.91
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Tubing Length [m]
5.2.2
Heating
1.02
Capacity Ratio
1.00
0.98
0.96
0.94
0.92
0.90
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Tubing Length [m]
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5.3
FLO 12 DCI
5.3.1
Cooling Capacity (kW) - Run Mode
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB/WB TEMPERATURE [ºC]
OD COIL
ENTERING AIR DB
TEMPERATURE
[ºC]
DATA
-10 - 20
(protection range)
25
30
35
40
46
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
PI
3.38
2.40
0.78
3.22
2.34
0.87
80 - 110 % of nominal
80 - 105 % of nominal
25 - 50 % of nominal
3.60
3.83
4.05
2.45
2.50
2.55
0.79
0.81
0.82
3.44
3.66
3.88
2.39
2.44
2.49
0.88
0.90
0.91
4.27
2.60
0.84
4.11
2.54
0.93
TC
SC
PI
3.06
2.28
0.96
3.28
2.33
0.98
3.50
2.38
0.99
3.72
2.43
1.00
3.94
2.48
1.02
TC
SC
PI
TC
SC
2.89
2.22
1.05
2.70
2.15
3.12
2.27
1.07
2.92
2.20
3.34
2.32
1.08
3.14
2.25
3.56
2.37
1.10
3.36
2.30
3.78
2.42
1.11
3.58
2.34
PI
1.16
1.18
1.19
1.21
1.22
LEGEND
TC –
SC –
PI –
WB –
DB –
ID –
OU -
Capacity Correction Factors
Capacity Ratio
5.3.2
Total Cooling Capacity, kW
Sensible Capacity, kW
Power Input, kW
Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
Indoor
Outdoor
1.2
1.1
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temperature [deg C]
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5.3.3
Heating Capacity (kW) - Run Mode
ID COIL ENTERING AIR DB TEMPERATURE [ºC]
OD COIL
ENTERING AIR
DB/WB
TEMPERATURE
[ºC]
DATA
15
20
25
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
2.74
0.68
3.05
0.81
3.28
0.92
3.39
0.97
3.47
1.00
2.55
0.74
2.86
0.88
3.09
0.99
3.20
1.04
3.28
1.07
2.35
0.81
2.66
0.95
2.90
1.06
3.01
1.11
3.09
1.14
7/6
TC
PI
4.49
1.06
4.30
1.13
4.11
1.19
10/9
TC
PI
TC
PI
TC
PI
4.74
1.12
4.99
1.18
4.55
1.19
4.80
1.25
85 - 105 % of nominal
80 - 120 % of nominal
4.36
1.26
4.60
1.32
-15/-16
-10/-12
-7/-8
-1/-2
2/1
15/12
15-24
(Protection Range)
LEGEND
TC
TH – Total Heating Capacity, kW
PI – Power Input, kW
WB – Wet Bulb Temp., (oC)
DB – Dry Bulb Temp., (oC)
ID – Indoor
OU - Outdoor
5.3.4
Capacity Correction Factors
Capacity Ratio
1.2
1.1
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor WB Temperature [deg C]
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PERFORMANCE DATA
5.4
Cooling
Capacity Ratio
5.4.1
Capacity Correction Factor Due to TUbing Length
1.01
1.00
0.99
0.98
0.97
0.96
0.95
0.94
0.93
0.92
0.91
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Tubing Length [m]
5.4.2
Heating
1.02
Capacity Ratio
1.00
0.98
0.96
0.94
0.92
0.90
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Tubing Length [m]
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PRESSURE CURVES
6.
PRESSURE CURVES
6.1
Model: FLO 9 DCI
6.1.1
Cooling - Test Mode
Suction Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
Suction Pressure [kPa]
1400
1300
1200
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temp.(°C DB)
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
4000
3750
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
1250
1000
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temp.(°C DB)
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6.1.2
Heating - Test Mode
Suction Pressure [kPa]
Suction Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
Indoor DB
Temp'
15
20
25
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor Temp.(°C WB)
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
1250
1000
-15
Indoor DB
Temp'
15
20
25
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor Temp.(°C WB)
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PRESSURE CURVES
6.2
Model: FLO 12 DCI
6.2.1
Cooling - Test Mode
Suction Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
Suction Pressure [kPa]
1400
1300
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temp.(°C DB)
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
4000
3750
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
1250
1000
Indoor DB/WB
Temp.
22/15
24/17
27/19
29/21
32/23
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor Temp.(°C DB)
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PRESSURE CURVES
6.2.2
Heating - Test Mode
Suction Pressure [kPa]
Suction Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
Indoor DB
Temp'
15
20
25
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor Temp.(°C WB)
Discharge Pressure [kPa]
Discharge Pressure VS. Outdoor Temp'
Indoor DB
Temp'
4000
3750
3500
3250
3000
2750
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
15
20
25
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Outdoor Temp.(°C WB)
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ELECTRICAL DATA
7.
ELECTRICAL DATA
7.1
Single Phase Unit
Model
FLO 9 DCI
Power Supply
Connected to
Maximum Current
Inrush Current \(a)
Starting Current\(b)
Circuit Breaker
Power Supply wiring no. x cross section
Interconnecting cable no. x cross section
FLO 12 DCI
1 PH ,220-240VAC ,50HZ
Indoor
10A
35A
10A
16A
3 X 1.5 mm²
4 X 1.5 mm²
(a) Inrush current is the current when power is up (charging the DC capacitors
at outdoor unit controller).
(b) Starting current is the current at compressor start up.
NOTE
Power wiring cord should comply with local lows and electrical
regulations requirements.
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White
Black
Red
Brown
P14
Blue
2
P17 P18 P21 P22
P2
1 2
P19
1 2
CONTENTS
Blue
Red
Black
Y/G
L-F
N
EARTH EARTH
NCOM
COM
COM
L
N-F
EMI filter PCB
FUSE
N/3
L/4
Brown
Blue
Blue
P17
Brown
Red
Brown
Y/G
Red
P7 1 2 3 4
megatool
P11 P15 P19P14 P3
gray
Y/G
megatool
P6 1 2 3 4
gray
P16
black
Y/G
C/5
EEV
P7
6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2
P8
blue
Red
magnetic ring
1 2 3 4 5 6
EARTH
L N COM N-COM
Y/G
JP9
P12
P10
P20
1 2
1uF 400V
brown
capacitor
red
1 2 3 4 5 6
IFAN
1 2
1 2 3
Voltage
regulator
Ionzer
P2
P22
P10
1
2
P8 (red)
1
P12
2
ESF
P6
1 2 3 4 5
M1
step motor
Jumper
6 5/C 4/L N
P20
L
P13
Blue
Brown
Y/G
PH-12
P9
To metal sheet
Flash port
4527310
~230V 50Hz
Power supply
magnetic ring
P30
P1
Display
Dry contact
(clock)
1 2
Indoor unit controller PCB
P4 (red) P5
1 2
RAT ICT
FLO 9 / 12 DCI
P16
CTT SUCT
8.1
P1
1
OCT
WIRING DIAGRAMS
P4
1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6
OAT
INDOOR UNIT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
8.
Outdoor unit controller PCB
U V W
P3 P9 P11 P13
Base
heater
Vdc
Red
white
Choke coil
Black
Reverse
valve
Orange
blue
COMP
FG
Blue
white
OFAN
EARTH
Vcc
Vsp
Yellow
ESF
power in
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ESF
power out
OUTDOOR UNIT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAMS
8-1
REFRIGERATION DIAGRAMS
9.
REFRIGERATION DIAGRAMS
9.1
Heat Pump Models
9.1.1
FLO 9 / 12 DCI: Cooling Mode
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
Sensor
Sensor
Valves
Reverse
valve
Flared
connection
Indoor coil
EEV
Outdoor coil
9.1.2
Strainer
Strainer
FLO 9 / 12 DCI: Heating Mode
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
Sensor
Sensor
Valves
Reverse
valve
Indoor coil
EEV
Outdoor coil
Strainer
SM FLODCI 1-A.1 GB
Flared
connection
Strainer
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TUBING CONNECTIONS
10.
TUBING CONNECTIONS
TUBE (Inch)
TORQUE (Nm)
Flare Nuts
Valve Cap
Service Port Cap
¼’’
Ǫ’’
11-13
13-20
11-13
40-45
13-20
11-13
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2EFRIGERANT6ALVE0ORTUSE!LLENWRENCHTOOPENCLOSE
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11.
CONTROL SYSTEM
11.1
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.
11.1.1
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 nless 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 a
parameter 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.
11.1.2
Compressor Frequency Control
11.1.2.1 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 LOAD
calculation, the indoor fan speed, and the power shedding function.
NLOAD limits as a function of indoor fan speed:
Indoor Fan Speed Maximum NLOAD Cooling
Low
Max NLOADIF1C
Medium
Max NLOADIF2C
High
Max NLOADIF3C
Turbo
Max NLOADIF4C
Auto
Max NLOADIF5C
Maximum NLOAD Heating
127
127
127
127
127
NLOAD limits as a function of power shedding:
Mode
Power Shedding OFF
Cool
No limit
Heat
No limit
Power Shedding ON
Nominal Cooling
Nominal Heating
11.1.3
Target Frequency Setting
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
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
Cool mode limits
Heat mode limits
OAT < 6
No limit
MaxFreqAsOATC
6 ≤ OAT < 15
MaxFreqAsOAT1H
15 ≤ OAT < 24
MaxFreqAsOAT2H
24 ≤ OAT
No limit
11.1.4
Frequency Changes Control
Frequency change rate is 1 Hz/sec.
11.1.5
Compressor Starting Control
Frequency
Step 3
Step 2
Step 1
1
Minute
1
Minute
Time
Min 10 Minutes
11.1.6
Minimum On and Off Time
3 minutes.
11.1.7
Indoor Fan Control
10 Indoor fan speeds are determined for each model. 5 speeds for cool/dry/fan modes and 5
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.
11.1.7.1
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.
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11.1.8
Heating Element Control
Heating element can be started if LOAD > 0.8* MaximumNLOAD AND Indoor Coil temperature
<45.
The heating element will be stopped when LOAD < 0.5* MaximumNLOAD OR if Indoor Coil
Temperature > 50.
11.1.9
Outdoor Fan Control
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
A
B
C
D
Conditions
Heating with OAT < 150C
or
Cooling with OAT > 200C, or HST > 500C
or
Faulty OAT
Cooling with 200C > OAT > 500C
Cooling with 70C > OAT
Heating with OAT > 150C
Compressor Frequency (CF)
CF= 0
10 ≤ CF < OFLowFreq
10 ≤ CF < OFMedFreq
OFMedFreq ≤ CF
Outdoor Fan Speed
Routine A Routine B
OFF
OFF
Low
Low
Medium
Low
High
Low
Routine C
OFF
Very Low
Very Low
Low
Routine D
OFF
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.
11.1.10
EEV (electronic Expansion valve) Control
EEV opening is defined as EEV = EEV OL + 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 10 minutes of compressor operation EEVCV = 0.
Once the first 10 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.
11.1.11
Reversing Valve (RV) Control
Reversing valve is on in heat mode.
Switching of RV state is done only after compressor is off for over 3 minutes.
11.1.12
Ioniser Control
Ioniser is on when unit is on AND indoor fan is on AND Ioniser power switch (on Ioniser) is on.
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11.1.13
Electro Static Filter )ESF( Control
ESF is on when ESF switch is on, Safety switch is pressed, unit is on, AND indoor fan is on.
11.1.14
Base Heater Control
When OAT is connected, Base Heater will be on when unit is in heating and OAT<20C.
When OAT is disconnected, Base Heater will be on when unit is in heating.
11.2
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 adjusting automatically according to the difference
between actual room temperature and user set point temperature.
11.3
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 ad8usted automatically according to the calculated
NLOAD.
11.4
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 adng to the calculated
NLOAD.
11.4.1
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
Wall mounted
Cassette
Ducted
Floor/Ceiling
11-4
J2 Shorted
Compensation
Disabled
Compensation Enabled
Compensation Enabled
Compensation
Disabled
J2 Opened
Compensation Enabled
Compensation Disabled
Compensation Disabled
Compensation Enabled
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11.4.2
Indoor Fan Control in Heat Mode
Indoor fan speed depends on the indoor coil temperature:
ICTST
11.5
ICTVL
ICTL
ICTH
ICTT
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 )ΔT(.
Unit will switch from cool to heat when compressor is off for 3 minutes, and ΔT < -3.
Unit will switch from heat to cool when compressor is off for 5 minutes, and ΔT < -3.
11.6
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.
11.7
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.
11.7.1
Indoor Coil Defrost Protection
ICT
ICT < -2
-2 ≤ ICT < 0
0 ≤ ICT < 2
2 ≤ ICT < 4
4 ≤ ICT < 6
6 ≤ ICT < 8
8 ≤ ICT
ICT Trend
Fast
Increasing
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
Normal
Increasing
No change
Decreasing
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D2
D1
SR
SR
Norm
SC
D2
D2
D1
SR
SR
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Decreasing
SC
D2
D2
D2
D1
SR
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11.7.2
Indoor Coil over Heating Protection
ICT
ICT> 55
53 <ICT ≤ 55
49 < ICT ≤ 53
47 < ICT ≤ 49
45 < ICT ≤ 47
43 < ICT ≤ 45
ICT ≤ 43
11.7.3
ICT Trend
Fast
Decreasing
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
Normal
Decreasing
No Change
Increasing
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Norm
SC
D2
D1
SR
SR
Norm
SC
D2
D2
D1
SR
SR
Fast
Increasing
SC
D2
D2
D2
D1
SR
Compressor over Heating Protection
Compressor temperature can be in one of 5 control zones )4 in protection, and 1 normal(,
according to the following chart.
CTT
Stop-Compresor
CTTOH4
P3
CTTOH3
P2
CTTOH2
P1
CTTOH1
Normal
Control Status
P1
P2
P3
Stop Compressor
11.7.4
Compressor Temperature
Increases
Norm
D1
D2
SC
Else
SR
SR
D1
Compressor over Current Protection
CCR
Stop-Compresor
CCROC4
HzDown2
CCROC3
HzDown1
CCROC2
Stop-Rise
CCROC1
Normal
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11.7.5
Heat Sink Over Heating Protection (NA for DCI 25 and 35)
HST
HST > 90
85 < HST ≤ 90
82 < HST ≤ 85
80 < HST ≤ 82
78 < HST ≤ 80
HST ≤ 78
11.7.6
HST Trend
Decreasing
SC
D1
SR
SR
Norm
Normal
No Change
SC
D2
D1
SR
Norm
Increasing
SC
D2
D2
D1
SR
Outdoor Coil Deicing Protection
11.7.6.1 Deicing Starting 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
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.
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11.7.6.2 Deicing Protection Procedure
OCT
12
0
Threshold
COMP
ON
T1
T1
T2
max. 12 minutes
DT
HEAT
RV
COOL
OFAN
T3
T3
ON
OFF
EEVDeicerOpen
EEV
Any
T
36 seconds, T3 = 6 seconds
11.8
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
11.8.1
3 Levels Logic (used in floor/ceiling models)
P2
0
1
1
0
11-8
P3
0
0
1
1
Level
L0
L1
L2&3
L4
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Water Level
LEVEL4
LEVEL 3
LEVEL1
ON
Pump
OFF
ANY
NLOAD
0
BLINK
OPER LED NORMAL
11.8.2
1 Level Logic (used in all models except for floor/ceiling
models)
P2
Don`t
care
Don`t
care
P3
Level
1
Normal
0
Overflow
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
11.9
8 min
8 min
Indoor Unit Dry Contact
Indoor unit Dry contact has two alternative functions that are selected by J8.
Function
Contact = Open
Contact = Short
J8 = Open
Presence Detector Connection No Limit
Forced to STBY
J8 = Open
Power Shedding Function
No Limit
Limit NLOAD
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11.10
Operating the Unit from the 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
Cooling
Heating
Pre-set Temperature
200C
280C
11.11
On Unit Controls and Indicators
11.11.1
Indoor Unit Controller Controls and Indicators For All Models
Except for Floor/Ceiling model
STAND BY
INDICATOR
OPERATION INDICATOR
TIMER INDICATOR
FILTER INDICATOR
COOLING INDICATOR
HEATING INDICATOR
Mode SWITCH
(COOL/HEAT/OFF)
RESET / FILTER
SWITCH
11-10
Lights up when the Air Conditioner is connected to power and ready to
receive the R/C commands
Lights up during operation.
Blinks for 300 msec., to announce that a R/C infrared
signal has
been received and stored.
Blinks continuously during protections (according to the relevant spec
section).
Lights up during Timer and Sleep operation.
Lights up when Air Filter needs to be cleaned.
Lights up when system is switched to Cool Mode by using the Mode
Switch on the unit.
Lights up when system is switched Heat Mode by using the Mode
Switch on the unit.
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:
When Filter LED is on - turn off the FILTER INDICATOR after a clean
filter has been reinstalled.
When Filter LED is off able/disable the buzzer announcer, if
selected.
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11.11.2
Indoor Unit Controls and Indicators for LCD Display
(Low)
(Med)
(High)
(Turbo)
STBY
OFF
Cool
SPT(1*)
Heat
SPT(1*)
Auto
SPT(1*)
Fan
SPT(1*)
Dry
SPT(1*)
OFF(2*)
ON(2*)
ON(2*)
ON(2*)
ON(2*)
ON(2*)
OFF(2*)
OFF
OFF(2*)
OFF(2*)
OFF(2*)
OFF(2*)
OFF(2*)
OFF
User
setting
IFAN
speed
User
setting
IFAN
speed
User
setting
IFAN
speed
User
setting
IFAN
speed
User
setting
IFAN
speed
OFF
ON(3*)
ON(3*)
OFF
ON(3*)
ON(3*)
ON(3*)
ON(3*)
OFF
ON(3*)
OFF
OFF
OFF
(Auto)
Backlight(red)
OFF
Backlight(green) OFF
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11.11.3
Indoor Unit Controller Controls and Indicators for Floor/Ceiling
Model
STANDBY
INDICATOR
Lights up when the Air Conditioner is connected to power and is ready
for operation
OPERATE
INDICATOR (4)
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
FILTER
INDICATOR
COOLING
INDICATOR
HEATING
INDICATOR
FAN MODE
INDICATOR (4)
FAN SPEED
INDICATORS
Lights up during Timer and Sleep operation.
TEMP.
SETTING
INDICATORS
FAN SPEED
BUTTON
TEMP.
SETTING UP
BUTTON
TEMP.
SETTING
DOWN BUTTON
MODE
BUTTON
POWER
BUTTON
RESET /
FILTER
BUTTON
11.11.4
1. Lights up when Air Filter needs to be cleaned.
2. Blinks during Water Over Flow in PXD models. (Cf. Sect. 7.3)
Lights up when system is switched to Cool Mode by using the Mode
Switch on the unit.
Lights up when system is switched Heat Mode by using the Mode
Switch on the unit.
Lights up in Fan Mode activated by local switches.
L
-- Lights up when IFAN setting is Low.
M
-- Lights up when IFAN setting is Medium.
H
-- Lights up when IFAN setting is High.
A
-- Lights up when IFAN setting is Auto.
Each one of the seven indicators indicates the following SPT: 18, 20,
22, 24, 26, 28, 30 ]oc[. The odd number temperatures are indicated by
turning on the two adcent indicators.
Press this button to change the speed of the IFAN. Each pressing
change the speed in the sequence of:
..... L → M → H → Auto → L → ...
Pressing this button increases the SPT by 1oC.
Note: The Max SPT is 30oC.
Pressing this button decreases the SPT by 1oC.
Note: The Min SPT is 18oC.
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.
Toggle the unit between OPER & STBY modes.
For short pressing:
When Filter LED is on - turn off the FILTER INDICATOR after a clean
filter has been reinstalled.
When Filter LED is off able/disable the buzzer announcer, if
selected.
In long pressing system enters set up mode (if in SB).
Outdoor Unit Controller Indicators
Unit has three LED
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.
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11.12
Jumper Setting
11.12.1
Indoor Unit Controller
0 = Open Jumper (disconnect jumper).
1 = Close Jumper (connect jumper).
Self test Jumper – J1
J1
1
0
OPERATION
SELF-TEST
NORMAL
Compensation Jumper – J2
Model
Wall Mounted
Floor/Ceiling
Ducted/cassette
J2 (Default)
0
1
1
Compensation
Activated
Deactivated
Activated
Family selection Jumper – J3, J4 and J5
Family
J5
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Wall Mounted (WNG/FLO)
Floor/Ceiling (PXD)
Reserved
Ducted (LS)
Cassette (K)
J4
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
J3
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Jumper Setting
IDU Model
J8
J7
J6
J5
J4
J3
FLO 9
0
0
0
0
1
1
FLO 12
0
1
0
0
1
1
FLO 18
0
0
1
0
0
0
FLO 28
0
0
1
0
0
1
SX 9
0
0
0
1
0
0
SX 12
0
1
0
1
0
0
SX 18
1
0
0
1
0
0
K9
0
0
0
1
1
1
K 12
0
1
0
1
1
1
K 18
1
0
0
1
1
1
LS12
0
1
0
1
1
0
For wall mounted units Jumpers j7, j8 can be configured by service. All other jumpers on
the above table are factory default (cannot be changed by service).
For unit types as Cassettes, floor ceiling, and ducted, jumpers are set by a model plug.
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Model selection Jumper – J7, J8
Model
J8
J7
A
0
0
B
0
1
C
1
0
D
1
1
J9- Presence Detector/Power Shedding
OPERATION
Presence Detector
Power Shedding
J9
0
1
Jumper – J10
OPERATION
WNG DCI LCD
LED
11.12.2
J10
0
1
Outdoor Unit Controller
JP9 JUMPER LAYOUT
Reserved (PIN
ODU3 (PIN 7)
9)
GND (PIN 10)
GND (PIN 8)
ODU2 (PIN 5)
ODU1 (PIN 3)
ODU0 (PIN 1)
GND
GND
GND
(PIN 6)
(PIN 4)
(PIN 2)
ODU MODEL SELECTION
ODU3
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ON (PIN7 & PIN8)
ODU2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
ON (PIN5 & PIN6)
11.13
Test Mode
11.13.1
Entering Test Mode
ODU1
OFF
OFF
ON (PIN3 & PIN4)
ON (PIN3 & PIN4)
OFF
OFF
ON (PIN3 & PIN4)
ON (PIN3 & PIN4)
OFF
OFF
ON (PIN3 & PIN4)
ON (PIN3 & PIN4)
OFF
OFF
ON (PIN3 & PIN4)
ON (PIN3 ? PIN4)
ODU0
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
OFF
ON (PIN1 & PIN2)
ODU Model
Reserved
A (DCI 25)
B (DCI 35)
C (DCI 50)
D
E (Duo)
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
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, Outdoor temperature = 35±1
Or
Mode = Heat, Set point = 30, Room temperature = 20±1, Outdoor temperature = 7±1
Manually when entering diagnostics with the following settings:
Mode = Cool, Set point = 16
Mode = Heat, Set point = 30
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11.13.2
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
High
Nominal Capacity Setting
Auto
Maximum Capacity Setting
During test mode, protections are disabled, except for stop compressor status.
11.14
SW Parameters
11.14.1
Indoor Units SW Parameters
General Parameters for All Models:
Parameters defining the indoor fan speed as a function of Indoor Coil temperature in
heat mode (ICT):
ICTST Speed ICT to stop indoor fan
ICTVLSpeed
ICT to go down to very low speed
ICTLSpeed
ICT to start in very low speed
ICTHSpeed
ICT to start in increase speed from very low
ICTTSpeed
ICT to enable Turbo fan speed
25
28
30
32
40
Model Depended Parameters:
Wall Mounted Models
DCI 9
DCI 12
NLOAD limits as a function of selected indoor fan speed
MaxNLOADIF1C
40
40
MaxNLOADIF2C
53
53
MaxNLOADIF3C
120
120
MaxNLOADIF4C
127
127
MaxNLOADIF5C
127
127
Indoor Fan speeds
IFVLOWC
700
700
IFLOWC
800
800
IFMEDC
900
950
IFHIGHC
1050
1100
IFTURBOC
1150
1200
IFVLOWH
700
700
IFLOWH
800
850
IFMEDH
950
1000
IFHIGHH
1100
1150
IFTURBOH
1200
1250
Nominal Compressor Frequency
NomLoadC
40
62
NomLoadH
55
67
Cassette Models
Parameter Name
K9
K 12
K 12S
K18
NLOAD limits as a function of selected indoor fan speed
MaxNLOADIF1C
40
40
40
40
MaxNLOADIF2C
53
56
56
60
MaxNLOADIF3C
120
90
90
90
MaxNLOADIF4C
127
90
90
90
MaxNLOADIF5C
127
90
90
90
Nominal Compressor Frequency
NomLoadC
40
60
56
63
Parameter name
NomLoadH
55
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11.14.2
Outdoor Units SW Parameters
Parameter Name
DCI 9
DCI 12
DCI 18
DCI 50 DUO
Compressor Parameters
MinFreqC
30
33
20
20
MaxFreqC
64
80
85
97
MinFreqH
30
35
20
26
MaxFreqH
81
93
99
106
Step1Freq
60
60
60
60
Step2Freq
70
70
70
80
Step3Freq
90
90
90
90
Frequency limits as a function of outdoor air temperature
MaxFreqAsOATC
50
50
64
62
MaxFreqAsOAT1H
65
75
85
85
MaxFreqAsOAT2H
60
60
60
60
Compressor Over Heating Protection
CTTOH1
94
94
94
90
CTTOH2
98
98
98
95
CTTOH3
102
102
102
102
CTTOH4
105
105
105
105
Compressor Over Current Protection [A]
CCR01
7.1
7.1
10
10
CCR02
7.5
7.5
10.5
10.5
CCR03
7.9
7.9
10.8
10.8
CCR04
8.3
8.3
11.2
11.2
Outdoor Fan Speed (RPM)
VL
200
200
200
200
OFLOWC
550
550
600
600
OFMEDC
700
700
760
830
OFMAXC
830
830
920
920
OFLOWH
550
550
600
600
OFMEDH
700
700
830
920
OFMAXH
830
830
1000
1000
Outdoor Fan Limit Control
11-16
OFLowFreq
45
45
40
40
OFMedFreq
57
57
70
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12.
TROUBLESHOOTING FLO 9 / 12 DCI
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 PowerHIG
When turned off, the system is still charged (400V)yle
It takes about 4 Min. to discharge the system.
Touching the controller before discharging may cause an electrical shock
For safe handling of the controller please refer to section 12.6 below.
12.1
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Single Split system failures and corrective actions
SYMPTOM
Power supply indicator
(Red LED) does not light
up.
Unit does not respond to
remote control message
PROBABLE
CAUSE
No power supply
Remote control
message not
reached the indoor
unit
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Check power supply. If power supply
is OK, check display and display
wiring. if OK, replace controller.
Check remote control batteries, if
batteries are OK, check display and
display wiring, if OK, replace display
PCB.
If still not OK replace controller.
Replace display PCB.
If still not OK replace controller.
Unit responds to remote
control message but
Operate indicator (Green
LED) does not light up
Indoor fan does not start
(louvers are opened and
Green LED does light
up)
Problem with
display PCB
Indoor fan works when
unit is OFF, and indoor
fan speed is not
changed by remote
control command.
Compressor does not
start
PCB problem
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
Replace controller
Electronics control
problem or
protection
Electronic control
or power supply
problem
Perform diagnostics (See 12.3
below), and follow the actions
described.
Perform diagnostics (See 12.3
below), and follow the actions
described.
Compressor stops
during operation and
Green LED remains on
Unit in heat mode
and coil is still not
warm.
Problem with PCB
or capacitor
Change to cool mode and check.
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8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
12.2
SYMPTOM
Compressor is on but
outdoor fan does not
work
Unit works in wrong
mode )cool instead of
heat or heat instead of
cool(
All components are
operating properly but
no cooling or no heating
Compressor is over
heated and unit does not
generate capacity
Units goes into
protections and
compressor is stopped
with no clear reason
Compressor motor is
generating noise and no
suction occurs
Water leakage from
indoor unit
Freezing of outdoor unit
in heat mode and
outdoor unit base is
blocked with ice
Unit operates with wrong
fan speeds or wrong
frequency
PROBABLE
CAUSE
Problem with
outdoor electronics
or outdoor fan
Electronics or
power connection
to RV
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Refrigerant leak
Check outdoor fan motor according
to the procedure in section 12.5.3
below, if not OK replace controller
Check RV power connections, if OK,
Check RV operation with direct
230VAC power supply, if OK,
Replace outdoor controller.
Check refrigeration system.
EEV problem
Check EEV
Control problem or
refrigeration
system problem
Perform diagnostics )See 12.3
below(, and follow the actions
described.
Phase order to
compressor is
wrong
Indoor unit
drainage tube is
blocked
Check compressor phase order.
Wrong jumper
settings
Check and open drainage tube.
Connect base heater.
Perform diagnostics (See 12.3
below), 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.
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12.3
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 LEDs. 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 d 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
12.3.1
Indoor unit Diagnostics
No
Problem
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
...
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
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
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12.3.2
Indoor unit diagnosis and corrective actions
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12-4
Fault
Sensor failures of
all types
Communication
mismatch
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Check sensor connections or
replace sensor.
Replace Indoor controller.
Indoor and Outdoor
controllers are with different
Versions.
No Communication Communication or grounding Check Indoor to Outdoor
wiring is not good.
wiring and grounding.
Indoor electronics or motor. Checkmotorwiring,ifok,
No Encoder
replace motor, if still not ok,
replace Indoor controller.
Outdoor Unit Fault Outdoor controller problem. Switch to Outdoor
diagnostics.
No
action, unless special
System
is
using
ROM
EEPROM Not
parameters and not
parameters are required for
Updated
EEPROM parameters.
unit operation.
No action, unless special
Bad EEPROM
parameters are required for
unit operation.
Communication quality is low Check Indoor to Outdoor
Bad
Reliability.
wiring and grounding.
Communication
No problem. System is using
Using EEPROM
EEPROM parameters.
data
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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
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
IDU/ODU 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
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
1 – ON,
0 – OFF
Only one code is shown. Order of priority is 1-24. Diagnostics is continuously
ON as long power is on.
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12.3.4
o.
Outdoor unit diagnosis and corrective actions
Fault
Sensors failures of all
types
IPM Fault
Probable Cause
Electronics HW
problem
Bad EEPROM
DC under/over Voltage
AC under Voltage
Indoor / Outdoor unit
Communication
mismatch
No Communication
Compressor Lock
Bad Communication
12-6
Electronics HW
problem
Indoor and Outdoor
controllers are with
different versions
Communication or
grounding wiring is not
good.
Communication quality is
low reliability
Corrective Action
Check sensors
connections or replace
sensors.
Check all wiring and
umper 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
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12.4
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.
12.5
Simple procedures for checking the Main Parts
12.5.1
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).
12.5.2
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.
12.5.3
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
12.5.4
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).
12.5.5
Checking the Reverse Valve (RV).
Running in heating mode, check the voltage between two pins of reverse valve
connector, normal voltage is 220VAC.
12.5.6
Checking the electrical expansion valve (EEV).
The EEV has two parts, drive part and valve. The drive part is a step motor
the valve. Check the drive voltage (12VDC). When Outdoor unit is power on, EEV shall
run and have click and vibration.
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12.6
Precaution, Advise and Notice Items
12.6.1
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.
12.6.2
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 four minutes after power is off. Touching the Outdoor unit controller before
discharging may cause an electrical shock.
12.6.3
•
•
•
12-8
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,
dont pull the wire.
There are sharp fringes and sting on shell. Use gloves when disassemble the A/C
units.
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EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.1
Indoor Unit: FLO 9 / 12 DC INV
sans ionizer / without ionizer
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4518655
4519132
4527029
4526946
4526952
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4526389
4518664
4518682
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4518651
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4518679
4519900
433134
452867800
452939400
452872800
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32
33
34
35
36
37
.
.
.
.
36A
8A
13-2
CONTENTS
231219
900087
453042500R
4518663
452867800R
Grill
Display assembly
Air filter
Active charcoal filter
Front panel
Lens (display)
Screw cover
Ionizer
Evaporator
Condensate drain pipe
Gear box assy
Air diffuser assembly
Upper louver
Lower louver
Bearing assembly
Turbine D 91
Bottom
Mounting hook
Tubes lock
Wall suport
Pipes clamp
Fan motor 900/800/700rpm
Motor flange
Fan motor support
Step motor wire A
Step motor MP24GA-12V
Ionizer cable A
Ionizer power
Transformer
Electronic unit DC INV (version 5)
Electrostatic filter
Wire cover
Battery probe length 320mm (black)
Infrared Remote control (RC4)
Infrared Remote control RC4-I-1
Room temperature probe (lg 320mmm)
Filter frame
Ionizer cover
Description
Without ioniser
For ioniser
Replace by 467300026 from s‫י‬rial n°2253333288
Observation
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Qty
13.2
4519864R
Spare parts code Replaced by
Loc
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
Indoor Unit: FLO 9 DC INV R410A
SM FLODCI 1-A.1 GB
Spare parts code
4526941
452811300
4518655
4519132
4527029
4526946
4526952
433133
4526389
4518664
4518682
4527434
4518638
4526953
4518662
4518661
4518730
4518656
4518657
4518670
4518654
4519864
4518651
4518650
4518737
4518679
4519900
433134
452867800
452939400
452872800
4526950
438082
436673
453042500
4519813
4519338
4526951
Loc
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
33
34
35
36
37
.
.
.
.
36A
8A
SM FLODCI 1-A.1 GB
CONTENTS
231219
900087
453042500R
4518663
Without ioniser
For ioniser
Replace by 467300026 from s‫י‬rial n°2253333288
Observation
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Qty
13.3
452867800R
4519864R
Grill
Display assembly
Air filter
Active charcoal filter
Front panel
Lens (display)
Screw cover
Ionizer
Evaporator
Condensate drain pipe
Gear box assy
Air diffuser assembly
Upper louver
Lower louver
Bearing assembly
Turbine D 91
Bottom
Mounting hook
Tubes lock
Wall suport
Pipes clamp
Fan motor 900/800/700rpm
Motor flange
Fan motor support
Step motor wire A
Step motor MP24GA-12V
Ionizer cable A
Ionizer power
Transformer
Electronic unit DC INV (version 5)
Electrostatic filter
Wire cover
Battery probe length 320mm (black)
Infrared Remote control (RC4)
Infrared Remote control RC4-I-1
Room temperature probe (lg 320mmm)
Filter frame
Ionizer cover
Replaced by Description
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
Indoor Unit: FLO 12 DC INV R410A
13-3
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.4
13-4
Outdoor Unit: GC 9 / 12 DC INV
CONTENTS
SM FLODCI 1-A.1 GB
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.5
Loc
Outdoor Unit: GC 9 DC INV
Spare parts code
Replaced by
Description
Observation
Qty
1
433218
Front panel
1
2
4526340
Baflfe
1
4
4526476
Propeller d=401mm
1
5
4527092
Fan motor
1
6
433215
Motor support
1
7
4523060
Bottom
1
9
4526403
Outdoor controler
1
10
4524177
4526403R
Gas valve 3/8 "
1
11
4524176
Liquid valve 1/4 "
1
12
4526224
EMI filter board
1
13
4526396
Choke assy 167-021-01
1
14
4526223
AC-IN wire
1
15
4526968
Earthing wire with magnetic ring
1
16
4526222
Fuse connected wire
1
18
4526220
Fuse support JEF-511B
1
19
4526219
Fuse 6C / 15A-230V
1
20
204107
Cable clamp
1
21
4519188
Terminal strip 4 terminals
1
22
433229
Valve cover
1
23
4526367
Reversing valve+tubing
1
24
4526221
1
25
4526204
26
4526775
Compressor wiring
Compressor Matsushita
5RS102XAB
Thermistor compressor
27
4526774
Outdoor air probe
1
28
4526776
Battery probe
1
29
4526969
Suction tube thermistor
1
30
452682802
Coil solenoid valve
1
31
4526827
Solenoid valve
1
32
4519606
RH panel
1
33
433228
Rear grill
1
34
4526368
Condenser
1
35
4526298
Leg motor support
1
36
4519614
Top panel
1
38
4519300
Propeller attachment Nut
1
39
40
433225
4519607
Handle
LH panel
1
1
SM FLODCI 1-A.1 GB
4526396R
4526219R
CONTENTS
1
1
13-5
EXPLODED VIEWS AND SPARE PARTS LISTS
13.6
Loc
Outdoor Unit: GC 12 DC INV
Spare parts code
Replaced by
Description
Observation
Qty
1
433218
Front panel
1
2
4526340
Baflfe
1
4
4526476
Propeller d=401mm
1
5
4527092
Fan motor
1
6
433215
Motor support
1
7
4523060
Bottom
1
9
4526403
Outdoor controler
1
10
4524177
Gas valve 3/8 "
1
11
4524176
Liquid valve 1/4 "
1
12
4526224
EMI filter board
1
13
4526396
Choke assy 167-021-01
1
14
4526223
AC-IN wire
1
15
4526968
Earthing wire with magnetic ring
1
16
4526222
Fuse connected wire
1
18
4526220
Fuse support JEF-511B
1
19
4526219
Fuse 6C / 15A-230V
1
20
204107
Cable clamp
1
21
4519188
Terminal strip 4 terminals
1
22
433229
Valve cover
1
23
4526393
Reversing valve+tubing
1
24
4526221
Compressor wiring
1
25
4526204
Compressor Matsushita 5RS102XAB
1
26
4526775
Thermistor compressor
1
27
4526774
Outdoor air probe
1
28
4526776
Battery probe
1
29
4526969
Suction tube thermistor
1
30
452682802
Coil solenoid valve
1
31
4526827
Solenoid valve
1
32
4519606
RH panel
1
33
433228
Rear grill
1
34
4526368
Condenser
1
35
4526298
Leg motor support
1
36
4519614
Top panel
1
38
4519300
Propeller attachment Nut
1
39
433225
Handle
1
40
4519607
LH panel
1
13-6
4526403R
4526396R
4526219R
CONTENTS
SM FLODCI 1-A.1 GB
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX A
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
► INSTALLATION MANUAL FLO 9 / 35 DCI
► OPERATING MANUAL FLO 9 / 35 DCI
SM FLODCI 1-A.1 GB
CONTENTS
14-1
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