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SET FREE SERIES
FSXN
Technical Catalogue
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-10FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-20FSXN
RAS-22FSXN
RAS-24FSXN
RAS-26FSXN
RAS-28FSXN
RAS-30FSXN
RAS-32FSXN
RAS-34FSXN
RAS-36FSXN
RAS-38FSXN
RAS-40FSXN
RAS-42FSXN
RAS-44FSXN
RAS-46FSXN
RAS-48FSXN
RAS-50FSXN
RAS-52FSXN
RAS-54FSXN
Index
Index
1
General information.........................................................................................
1
1.1
General information....................................................................................................................
2
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
Copyright.....................................................................................................................................
Introduction.................................................................................................................................
Environment-friendly units..........................................................................................................
2
2
2
Safety.........................................................................................................................................
3
1.2.1
Symbols used.............................................................................................................................
3
Product guide.............................................................................................................................
4
1.3.1
1.3.2
Classification of outdoor unit models..........................................................................................
Product guide: Outdoor units......................................................................................................
4
4
1.3.3
1.3.2.1
RAS outdoor units....................................................................................................
1.3.2.2
Combination of outdoor units...................................................................................
Accessory code list.....................................................................................................................
4
5
6
2
Features and benefits......................................................................................
7
2.1
Benefits of the choice.................................................................................................................
9
2.1.1
9
1.2
1.3
Choice range...............................................................................................................................
2.1.1.1
2.1.1.2
2.1.1.3
2.2
Wide range of outdoor units.....................................................................................
System configuration...............................................................................................
Range of accessories..............................................................................................
9
9
11
2.1.3
Flexible system...........................................................................................................................
12
2.1.4
2.1.3.1
SET FREE system: combination of different outdoor units......................................
2.1.3.2
SYSTEM FREE system: combination of different indoor units................................
2.1.3.3
Unit management through the range of remote controls.........................................
Availability of the Hi-Tool Kit selection software..........................................................................
12
13
13
13
2.1.4.1
2.1.4.2
Assisted air conditioning installation design............................................................
Variable installation capacity....................................................................................
13
14
Installation benefits.....................................................................................................................
15
2.2.1
Outdoor units..............................................................................................................................
15
2.2.2
2.2.1.1
Main features of the installation...............................................................................
2.2.1.2
Compact design that makes it easier to install........................................................
2.2.1.3
Easy and flexible pipe installation............................................................................
2.2.1.4
Flexibility to expand the installation.........................................................................
2.2.1.5
Flexibility to branch out the pipes............................................................................
2.2.1.6
High number of connectable inside units.................................................................
Optional parts..............................................................................................................................
15
17
18
19
19
21
21
2.2.3
2.2.2.1
CH units...................................................................................................................
Easy and flexible communication between units........................................................................
21
22
2.2.3.1
2.3
H-LINK II bus...........................................................................................................
22
Start-up benefits.........................................................................................................................
29
2.3.1
Automatic start-up.......................................................................................................................
29
2.3.1.1
2.3.1.2
2.3.1.3
29
29
30
Test run and identification of the system units.........................................................
Test run from the remote control..............................................................................
Test run from the outdoor unit..................................................................................
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2.4
2.5
2.6
2.3.2
Service verification......................................................................................................................
30
2.3.3
2.3.2.1
System operation control.........................................................................................
2.3.2.2
Assisted-management air conditioning system.......................................................
2.3.2.3
Compilation of operating data..................................................................................
Automatic system to estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit..............................
30
30
30
30
Functional benefits.....................................................................................................................
32
2.4.1
General features.........................................................................................................................
32
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.4.6
2.4.7
2.4.8
2.4.1.1
Greater efficiency.....................................................................................................
2.4.1.2
Reduced power consumption..................................................................................
Multiple capacity control..............................................................................................................
Individual management capacity with a minimum of 0.8 HP.......................................................
Silent compressor.......................................................................................................................
Silent fan.....................................................................................................................................
Highly efficient refrigerant cycle..................................................................................................
DC Inverter Scroll Compressor...................................................................................................
Low noise level for compressor..................................................................................................
32
32
32
32
32
33
33
34
35
2.4.9
2.4.10
2.4.11
2.4.12
2.4.13
2.4.14
2.4.15
2.4.16
Efficiency.....................................................................................................................................
Inverter Control...........................................................................................................................
Total reduced capacity for the outside unit..................................................................................
Wide range of operating possibilities..........................................................................................
Night mode (optional function)....................................................................................................
Emergency (backup) function.....................................................................................................
Outdoor unit rotation function......................................................................................................
Control over operating values (optional function).......................................................................
35
35
36
38
38
39
40
41
Maintenance benefits.................................................................................................................
42
2.5.1
2.5.2
Access cover for installation and maintenance...........................................................................
Availability of maintenance tools.................................................................................................
42
42
2.5.2.1
2.5.2.2
2.5.2.3
HITACHI Service Tools............................................................................................
Monitoring the system and simplifying maintenance work.......................................
Decrease in operation costs....................................................................................
42
42
42
Simple maintenance...................................................................................................................
43
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3
43
43
43
Optimised design to simplify maintenance..................................................................................
Minimum or zero maintenance....................................................................................................
Loyal to the HITACHI philosophy................................................................................................
3
General data..................................................................................................... 45
3.1
General data...............................................................................................................................
46
3.1.1
Outdoor units..............................................................................................................................
46
3.1.1.1
3.1.1.2
3.1.1.3
3.1.1.4
3.1.1.5
3.1.1.6
3.1.1.7
3.1.1.8
3.1.1.9
3.1.1.10
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
General conditions...................................................................................................
RAS-(8-12)FSXN.....................................................................................................
RAS-(14-18)FSXN...................................................................................................
RAS-(20-24)FSXN...................................................................................................
RAS-(26-30)FSXN...................................................................................................
RAS-(32-36)FSXN...................................................................................................
RAS-(38-42)FSXN...................................................................................................
RAS-(44-48)FSXN...................................................................................................
RAS-(50-54)FSXN...................................................................................................
CH-(6.0-10.0)N1......................................................................................................
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3.3
Component data.........................................................................................................................
56
3.2.1
Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN..................................................................................................
56
Electrical data.............................................................................................................................
60
3.3.1
3.3.2
60
60
Considerations............................................................................................................................
Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN..................................................................................................
4
System selection procedure........................................................................... 61
4.1
4.2
Selection guide...........................................................................................................................
Selection procedure...................................................................................................................
62
65
4.2.1
4.2.2
66
69
Cooling mode..............................................................................................................................
Heating mode..............................................................................................................................
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Nominal cooling capacity tables................................................................................................. 71
Nominal heating capacity tables................................................................................................. 95
Outdoor unit capacity with total horsepower of combined indoor unit........................................ 120
Tables for 100% combination cooling capacity........................................................................... 136
Tables for 100% combination heating capacity.......................................................................... 145
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
Correction factor depending on the pipe length.........................................................................
Correction factor depending on defrost......................................................................................
Sensible heat factor (SHF).........................................................................................................
Compatibility...............................................................................................................................
4.11.1
158
162
163
165
Examples of different H-LINK and H-LINK II systems................................................................ 165
5
Acoustic characteristic curves....................................................................... 169
5.1
5.2
Overall sound level..................................................................................................................... 170
Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN................................................................................................. 171
6
Working range.................................................................................................. 177
6.1
6.2
Voltage supply............................................................................................................................ 178
Working range............................................................................................................................ 179
7
General dimensions........................................................................................ 181
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Dimensions RAS-(8-12)FSXN....................................................................................................
Dimensions RAS-(14-18)FSXN..................................................................................................
Dimensions CH-(6.0-10.0)N1.....................................................................................................
Service space.............................................................................................................................
8
Refrigerant cycle.............................................................................................. 187
8.1
8.2
8.3
RAS-(8-12)FSXN........................................................................................................................ 188
RAS-(14-18)FSXN...................................................................................................................... 189
CH-(6.0-10.0)N1......................................................................................................................... 190
9
Piping work and refrigerant charge............................................................... 191
9.1
Refrigerant pipe selection........................................................................................................... 192
9.1.1
9.2
182
183
184
185
Pipe size selection...................................................................................................................... 192
Copper pipes, sizes, connection and insulation......................................................................... 193
9.2.1
9.2.2
Copper pipes and sizes.............................................................................................................. 193
Pipe connection.......................................................................................................................... 193
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9.3
Pipe connection kit..................................................................................................................... 195
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.4
Multi-Kits..................................................................................................................................... 199
9.4.1
9.4.2
9.5
9.6
9.7
204
204
205
206
206
207
Pipe sizes for RAS-(8-18)FSXN (Base unit)...............................................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(20-36)FSXN (Combination of two units).....................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(38-54)FSXN (Combination of three units)..................................................
Pipe connection kit (optional)......................................................................................................
Example of installation (38 HP: 3 pipes).....................................................................................
Size of pipes (ø mm) and selection of multikit (3 pipes).............................................................
210
210
211
212
213
213
Refrigerant charge...................................................................................................................... 218
9.9.1
9.9.2
9.9.3
9.9.4
9.9.5
9.9.6
9.9.7
9.10
Pipe sizes for RAS-(8-18)FSXN (Base unit)...............................................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(20-36)FSXN (Combination of two units).....................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(38-54)FSXN (Combination of three units)..................................................
Pipe connection kit (optional)......................................................................................................
Example of installation (38 HP: 2 pipes).....................................................................................
Size of pipes (ø mm) and selection of multikit (2 pipes).............................................................
Connection of refrigerant pipes for heat recovery (3 pipes)....................................................... 210
9.8.1
9.8.2
9.8.3
9.8.4
9.8.5
9.8.6
9.9
2-pipe Multi-Kit (Optional Parts).................................................................................................. 199
3-pipe Multi-Kit (Optional Parts).................................................................................................. 199
Precautions for the installation of the outdoor unit..................................................................... 201
Provision of pipes....................................................................................................................... 203
Connection of refrigerant pipes for heat pump (2 pipes)............................................................ 204
9.7.1
9.7.2
9.7.3
9.7.4
9.7.5
9.7.6
9.8
SET FREE FSXN (two pipes)..................................................................................................... 195
SET FREE FSXN (three pipes)................................................................................................... 196
Installation airtight test................................................................................................................
Installation vacuum.....................................................................................................................
Quantity of refrigerant charged in the W0 outdoor unit...............................................................
Maximum additional refrigerant charge.......................................................................................
Method of calculation of the total additional refrigerant charge..................................................
Refrigerant charge......................................................................................................................
Automatic system to estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit..............................
218
219
219
219
219
220
221
Precautions in the event of refrigerant leaks.............................................................................. 223
9.10.1
9.10.2
9.10.3
Maximum permitted concentration of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC)................................................. 223
Calculation of the refrigerant concentration................................................................................ 223
Countermeasures in the event of refrigerant leaks..................................................................... 224
10
Electrical wiring............................................................................................... 225
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
General information....................................................................................................................
General verifications...................................................................................................................
Setting of the DSW switches on PCB1.......................................................................................
Shared wiring between outdoor and indoor units.......................................................................
10.4.1
10.4.2
Connection of outdoor units........................................................................................................ 231
Connection of indoor units.......................................................................................................... 232
10.4.2.1
10.4.2.2
10.5
226
227
228
231
Connection diagram: heat pump system................................................................. 234
Connection diagram: heat recovery system............................................................ 235
Connection of the power supply circuits..................................................................................... 236
10.5.1
10.5.2
Cable sizes................................................................................................................................. 236
Main breaker switch.................................................................................................................... 236
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Optional functions........................................................................................... 237
11.1
Optional functions available for outdoor units............................................................................ 238
12
Location of problems...................................................................................... 239
12.1
12.2
On-screen displays during abnormal operation.......................................................................... 240
Alarm codes............................................................................................................................... 241
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Index
1.1
General information....................................................................................................................
2
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
2
2
2
Copyright.......................................................................................................................................
Introduction...................................................................................................................................
Environment-friendly units.............................................................................................................
1.2
Safety.........................................................................................................................................
1.3
Product guide.............................................................................................................................
4
1.3.1
1.3.2
Classification of outdoor unit models............................................................................................
Product guide: Outdoor units........................................................................................................
4
4
1.3.3
1.3.2.1
RAS outdoor units......................................................................................................
1.3.2.2
Combination of outdoor units.....................................................................................
Accessory code list.......................................................................................................................
4
5
6
1.2.1
Symbols used................................................................................................................................
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1.1 General information
1.1.1 Copyright
© Copyright 2010 HITACHI Air Conditioning Products Europe, S.A. – All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, copied, filed or transmitted in any shape or form without the permission of
HITACHI Air Conditioning Products Europe, S.A.
Within the policy of continuous improvement of its products, HITACHI Air Conditioning Products Europe, S.A. reserves the
right to make changes at any time without prior notification and without being compelled to introducing them into products
subsequently sold. This document may therefore have been subject to amendments during the life of the product.
HITACHI makes every effort to offer correct, up-to-date documentation. Despite this, printing errors cannot be controlled by
HITACHI and are not its responsibility.
As a result, some of the images or data used to illustrate this document may not refer to specific models. No claims will be
accepted based on the data, illustrations and descriptions included in this manual.
No type of modification must be made to the equipment without prior, written authorisation from the manufacturer.
1.1.2 Introduction
HITACHI presents the FSXN series, which belongs to the SET FREE series characterised by its modular design. Use of
just one unit, known as the base unit (8 ~ 18 HP), or the combination of two or up to three of these base units with different
powers allows for the remaining range of air conditioning capacities (20 ~ 54 HP) to be covered in office buildings and small
industry.
The modular concept of the FSXN series offers refrigeration, heating or both simultaneously, to create personalised environments for every necessity.
1.1.3 Environment-friendly units
The new range of HITACHI outdoor units uses environment-friendly
R410A gas refrigerant and applies RoHS and Green Dot standards
throughout the production and installation process to reflect HITACHI's awareness of environmental respect and commitment.
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1.2.1 Symbols used
During normal air conditioning system design work or unit installation, greater attention must be paid in certain situations
requiring particular care in order to avoid injuries and damage to the unit, the installation or the building or property.
Situations that jeopardise the safety of those in the surrounding area or that put the unit itself at risk will be clearly indicated
in this manual.
To indicate these situations, a series of special symbols will be used to clearly identify these situations.
Pay close attention to these symbols and to the messages following them, as your safety and that of others depends on it.
DANGER
•
The text following this symbol contains information and instructions relating directly to your safety and physical wellbeing.
•
Not taking these instructions into account could lead to serious, very serious or even fatal injuries to you and
others in the proximities of the unit.
In the texts following the danger symbol you can also find information on safe procedures during unit installation.
CAUTION
•
The text following this symbol contains information and instructions relating directly to your safety and physical wellbeing.
•
Not taking these instructions into account could lead to minor injuries to you and others in the proximities of
the unit.
•
Not taking these instructions into account could lead to unit damage.
In the texts following the caution symbol you can also find information on safe procedures during unit installation.
NOTE
•
The text following this symbol contains information or instructions that may be of use or that require a more
thorough explanation.
•
Instructions regarding inspections to be made on unit parts or systems may also be included.
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1.3 Product guide
1.3.1 Classification of outdoor unit models
Unit type (outdoor unit): RAS
Position-separating hyphen (fixed)
Capacity (HP): (8-54)
FSX: SET FREE
N: R410A refrigerant
XXX
–
XX
FSX
N
1.3.2 Product guide: Outdoor units
¿ RAS outdoor units
RAS FSXN outdoor units
RAS FSXN
Outdoor unit
Unit
Code
RAS-8FSXN
60288346
RAS-10FSXN
60288347
RAS-12FSXN
60288348
RAS-14FSXN
60288349
RAS-16FSXN
60288350
RAS-18FSXN
60288351
NOTE
To obtain the different operating range powers, please refer to the chapter Combination of outdoor units, see on
page 5.
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¿ Combination of outdoor units
The power range of the RAS-(8-54)FSXN outdoor units is obtained by applying one unit (RAS-(8-18)FSXN) or by the
combination of two or three outdoor units (RAS-(8-18)FSXN), depending on the instructions in the following tables.
Base units
HP
8
10
12
14
16
18
Model
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-10FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
Combination of base units
HP
20
22
24
26
28
30
Model
RAS-20FSXN
RAS-22FSXN
RAS-24FSXN
RAS-26FSXN
RAS-28FSXN
RAS-30FSXN
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-10FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
HP
32
34
36
38
40
42
Model
RAS-32FSXN
RAS-34FSXN
RAS-36FSXN
RAS-38FSXN
RAS-40FSXN
RAS-42FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
–
–
–
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
HP
44
46
48
50
52
54
Model
RAS-44FSXN
RAS-46FSXN
RAS-48FSXN
RAS-50FSXN
RAS-52FSXN
RAS-54FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
Combination
Combination
Combination
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1.3.3 Accessory code list
HITACHI offers a range of different accessories and remote control systems that can be used with the SET FREE outdoor
units. Please consult the corresponding Technical Catalogue for controls.
Name
Description
Code
MC-20AN
Branch pipe
(pipe kit)
70526009
MC-21AN
Branch pipe
(pipe kit)
70526010
MC-30AN
Branch pipe
(pipe kit)
70526011
MC-20XN
Branch pipe
(pipe kit)
70526109
MC-21XN
Branch pipe
(pipe kit)
70526110
MC-30XN
Branch pipe
(pipe kit)
70526111
CH-6.0N1
CH Unit
60291633
CH-10.0N1
CH Unit
60291634
DBS-TP10A
Drain Boss
60291683
E-102SN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70524001
E-162SN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70524002
E-242SN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70524004
E-302SN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70524005
E-52XN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70525000
E-102XN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70525001
E-162XN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70525002
E-202XN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70525003
E-242XN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70525004
E-322XN2
Branch pipe
(multikit)
70525005
MH-84AN
Distributor
70522007
MH-108AN
Distributor
70522008
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2. Features and benefits
Index
2.1
2.2
Benefits of the choice.................................................................................................................
9
2.1.1
Choice range.................................................................................................................................
9
2.1.3
2.1.1.1
Wide range of outdoor units.......................................................................................
2.1.1.2
System configuration.................................................................................................
2.1.1.3
Range of accessories................................................................................................
Flexible system.............................................................................................................................
9
9
11
12
2.1.4
2.1.3.1
SET FREE system: combination of different outdoor units........................................
2.1.3.2
SYSTEM FREE system: combination of different indoor units..................................
2.1.3.3
Unit management through the range of remote controls...........................................
Availability of the Hi-Tool Kit selection software............................................................................
12
13
13
13
2.1.4.1
2.1.4.2
13
14
Installation benefits.....................................................................................................................
15
2.2.1
Outdoor units.................................................................................................................................
15
2.2.2
2.2.1.1
Main features of the installation.................................................................................
2.2.1.2
Compact design that makes it easier to install...........................................................
2.2.1.3
Easy and flexible pipe installation..............................................................................
2.2.1.4
Flexibility to expand the installation...........................................................................
2.2.1.5
Flexibility to branch out the pipes...............................................................................
2.2.1.6
High number of connectable inside units...................................................................
Optional parts................................................................................................................................
15
17
18
19
19
21
21
2.2.3
2.2.2.1
CH units.....................................................................................................................
Easy and flexible communication between units...........................................................................
21
22
2.2.3.1
2.3
2.4
Assisted air conditioning installation design...............................................................
Variable installation capacity......................................................................................
H-LINK II bus.............................................................................................................
22
Start-up benefits.........................................................................................................................
29
2.3.1
Automatic start-up.........................................................................................................................
29
2.3.2
2.3.1.1
Test run and identification of the system units...........................................................
2.3.1.2
Test run from the remote control................................................................................
2.3.1.3
Test run from the outdoor unit....................................................................................
Service verification........................................................................................................................
29
29
30
30
2.3.3
2.3.2.1
System operation control...........................................................................................
2.3.2.2
Assisted-management air conditioning system..........................................................
2.3.2.3
Compilation of operating data....................................................................................
Automatic system to estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit................................
30
30
30
30
Functional benefits.....................................................................................................................
32
2.4.1
General features...........................................................................................................................
32
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.4.1.1
Greater efficiency.......................................................................................................
2.4.1.2
Reduced power consumption....................................................................................
Multiple capacity control................................................................................................................
Individual management capacity with a minimum of 0.8 HP.........................................................
Silent compressor.........................................................................................................................
Silent fan.......................................................................................................................................
32
32
32
32
32
33
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2.4.6
2.4.7
2.4.8
2.4.9
2.4.10
2.4.11
2.4.12
2.4.13
2.4.14
2.4.15
2.4.16
2.5
2.6
Highly efficient refrigerant cycle....................................................................................................
DC Inverter Scroll Compressor.....................................................................................................
Low noise level for compressor.....................................................................................................
Efficiency.......................................................................................................................................
Inverter Control.............................................................................................................................
Total reduced capacity for the outside unit....................................................................................
Wide range of operating possibilities............................................................................................
Night mode (optional function)......................................................................................................
Emergency (backup) function.......................................................................................................
Outdoor unit rotation function........................................................................................................
Control over operating values (optional function)..........................................................................
33
34
35
35
35
36
38
38
39
40
41
Maintenance benefits.................................................................................................................
42
2.5.1
2.5.2
Access cover for installation and maintenance.............................................................................
Availability of maintenance tools...................................................................................................
42
42
2.5.2.1
2.5.2.2
2.5.2.3
42
42
42
HITACHI Service Tools..............................................................................................
Monitoring the system and simplifying maintenance work.........................................
Decrease in operation costs......................................................................................
Simple maintenance...................................................................................................................
43
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3
43
43
43
Optimised design to simplify maintenance....................................................................................
Minimum or zero maintenance......................................................................................................
Loyal to the HITACHI philosophy..................................................................................................
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2.1 Benefits of the choice
2.1.1 Choice range
¿ Wide range of outdoor units
The necessary space, structure and functions, in line with the evolution in terms of building design, mean that air conditioning
requirements have also diversified.
The HITACHI SET FREE FSXN series offers six types of modular outdoor unit. By combining the units from a wide selection
of models, a personalised air conditioned area can be created in line with the specific conditions of the building.
Capacity (HP)
Base models
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
Capacity (HP)
Combination
of models
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
¿ System configuration
Outdoor unit capacity is increased up to 54 HP through the use of an (8-18) HP unit or by combining two or a maximum of
three (20-54) HP outdoor units.
This system can cool and heat separately (heat pump system, using two pipes) or it can provide simultaneous cooling and
heating (heat recovery system, using three pipes).
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Heat pump system
B
A
C
2
D
1
3
E
A
Outdoor units
B
Indoor units
C
Control line (H LINK II)
D
Piping connection Kit
E
Refrigerant piping
1
Gas line ref. piping connection (low pressure)
2
Gas line ref. piping connection (high pressure)
3
Liquid line ref. piping connection
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Heat recovery system
A
C
D
B
G
E
F
2
1
3
A
Outdoor units
B
Indoor units
C
CH units
D
Refrigerant piping
E
Piping connection kit
F
Refrigerant piping
G
Control line (H LINK II)
1
Gas line ref. piping connection (low pressure)
2
Gas line ref. piping connection (high pressure)
3
Liquid line ref. piping connection
¿ Range of accessories
All outdoor units have a range of accessories for easier installation, operating and maintenance.
These accessories are designed to adapt the unit to the type of installation that the air conditioning system needs and to
improve its performance, considering the quality parameters required.
The range of accessories includes:
• Remote controls for the handling and management of the installation's operation.
• Branch pipes (piping connection kit and multikits), distributors and manifolds to effectively complete the installation.
• Drain pipes to collect and subsequently channel condensation.
• CH units (for heat recovery systems only).
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2.1.3 Flexible system
¿ SET FREE system: combination of different outdoor units
RAS-8 to 12FSXN (8 to 12HP)
RAS-20FSXN (20HP)
RAS-38 to 42FSXN (38 to 42HP)
RAS-14 to 18FSXN (14 to 18HP)
RAS-22 to 26FSXN (22 to 26HP)
RAS-44 to 48FSXN (44 to 48HP)
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RAS-50 to 54FSXN (50 to 54HP)
2 Features and benefits
The outdoor units of the SET FREE FSXN series can be combined
as required to offer the best and most suitable features for all air conditioning requirements.
The variety of capacities that can be obtained from combining a small number of outdoor units (a maximum of three), known
as base units, makes the precise design of installations much easier. At the same time, the stock of units stored is reduced,
as it is possible to meet a wide range of requirements with the appropriate combination of few outdoor units.
Furthermore, unit management through any of the remote control systems available means that the total performance of
the system is optimised.
¿ SYSTEM FREE system: combination of different indoor units
The indoor units of the SYSTEM FREE series can be combined as
required in any HITACH I system to create the most suitable air
conditioning system for each area.
The variety of capacities and mounting accessories largely facilitate installation design. Furthermore, unit management through
any of the remote control systems available means that the total
performance of the system is optimised.
¿ Unit management through the range of remote controls
As well as the normal functions available on remote controls, the HITACHI SET FREE FSXN range of outdoor units includes
simultaneous management functions for groups of units.
• It is possible to use two remote controls for two indoor units or just one remote control, arranging the indoor units into
control groups (from 1 to 16 units in each group).
• The built-in safety functions keep the timer running in the event of problems with the power supply (including power cuts
lasting several weeks).
• Activation of the optional "night mode" function, which changes fan management on the outdoor units to reduce sound
emission during the night in urban areas or especially sensitive areas like hospitals.
• Additional optional functions to groups of units such as simultaneous fan rotation.
Management functions also include the solving of any incidents that could arise.
• Automatic check for incident solving that provides real-time information through an alarm code.
• Incident codes displayed on the remote control screen where an operating problem arises. Detailed information is also
displayed on these codes.
2.1.4 Availability of the Hi-Tool Kit selection software
¿ Assisted air conditioning installation design
The Hi-Tool Kit selection software is a tool for designing HVAC installations and automatically generating all necessary related information to complete the planned installation.
The necessary related information includes:
• Product selection table.
• Cooling and wiring diagram according to the installation design.
• Full list of necessary products to complete the installation.
• Installation start-up management.
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¿ Variable installation capacity
RAS-8 to 12FSXN (8 to 12HP)
RAS-22 to 26FSXN (22 to 26HP)
RAS-44 to 48FSXN (44 to 48HP)
Thanks to the extensive range of operating capacity control available in SET FREE FSXN systems, they can be adapted
to the needs of each installation, in line with the power requirements in each situation.
Prior installations can be extended, bearing in mind that it is possible to install new indoor units to cover up to 130% of the
capacity of the outdoor unit. In the opposite direction, installations can also be reduced to 50% of the capacity of the outdoor
unit.
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2.2 Installation benefits
2.2.1 Outdoor units
¿ Main features of the installation
Size optimisation has also been taken into account in the design of FSXN units. As a result, they are more stylish than
similar previous models.
Width x depth x height (kg)
HP
FSXN
(1) A space
(8-12)
(14-18)
20
(22-26)
(28-36)
(38-42)
(44-48)
(50-54)
950 x 765 x
1720
1210 x 765 x
1720
1920(1) x 765
x 1720
2180(1) x 765
x 1720
2440(1) x 765
x 1720
3150(1) x 765
x 1720
3410(1) x 765
x 1720
3670(1) x 765
x 1720
of 20 mm between units is considered.
Width x depth x height (kg)
HP
FSN(1)(E)
(8-12)
(14/16)
(18-22)
(24-32)
(34-42)
950 x 750 x 1745
1210 x 750 x 1745
1910 x 750 x 1745
2430 x 750 x 1745
3390 x 750 x 1745
The weight of the units has also be limited to offer a lighter-weight unit (up to a 55% reduction compared to similar power
models) for easier installation on floors or roofs of buildings and for easier transport and handling.
NOTE
Floors and roofs must be resistant enough to withstand the weight of the unit, bearing in mind the safety margins
determined by the appropriate authorities in each country.
Weight (kg)
HP
(1)
8
10,12
14, 16
18
FSXN
210
210
295
315
FSN(1)(E)
215
225
335
460
FXN(E)
295
305
527(1)
570
RAS-16FXN(E): 570 kg.
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Smaller installation space is required, bearing in mind that both the
width and the depth have been reduced. The distance between unit
anchorage holes has been reduced by 31 mm and the width of the
base of the unit by 29 mm. The supporting surface required is approximately 9% smaller compared with previous models.
FSXN outdoor units are fitted with a drain pipe as an optional accessory to turn the base of the unit into a condensate accumulation
and drain pan. This accessory is particularly useful in climates with
high atmospheric humidity to avoid the accumulation of water
around the unit and the possible formation of filtrations in building
roofs. This encourages the channelling of condensates to a drainpipe in the building along an additional pipe supplied by the fitted.
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The electrical connection of the unit is centralised, i.e. all electricity
and communications connections are made at a single point. Both
electricity and communications cables enter the unit through their
respective protective tubes and run to the electrical box for direct
connection to the terminals on the circuit boards.
PCB1
TB2
TB1
2
Refrigerant Group 1
Outdoor Unit
(Main)
Refrigerant Group 2
Outdoor Unit
(Sub)
TB2
TB1
L1 L2 L3 N 1 2 3 4
Outdoor Unit
(Main)
TB1
TB2
L1 L2 L3 N 1 2 3 4
Outdoor Unit
(Sub)
TB1
TB2
L1 L2 L3 N 1 2 3 4
TB1
TB2
L1 L2 L3 N 1 2 3 4
Transmission Wire
for Main ~ Sub
H-LINK II
Transmission Wire
CH Unit No.1
CH Unit No.2
TB1
TB2
L1 L N 1 2 3 4
TB1
TB2
L1 L N 1 2 3 4
2
2
B A 2 1 N L2 L1
TB1
TB2
B A 2 1 N L2 L1
TB2
TB1
B A 2 1 N L2 L1
TB2
TB1
B A 2 1 N L2 L1
TB2
TB1
B A 2 1 N L2 L1
TB2
TB1
Unit No. 0
Unit No.1
Unit No. 2
Unit No. 0
Unit No.1
Indoor Unit
Indoor Unit
Indoor Unit
Indoor Unit
Indoor Unit
B A 2 1 N L2 L1
TB2
TB1
Unit No. 2
Indoor Unit
Transmission Wire for
CH Unit ~ Indoor Unit
Units communicate via a two-core, non-polarity communications cable: communication faults due to connection errors
during i nstallation are avoi ded and the communica t i on termi nals are much smaller.
In the combi nation of t w o or up t o three b asic outdoor uni t s with di f feren t pow er ranges to obtain supe rior power rang es,
one o f them must be the master or main un it. The remai ning units in the combi nation (one or two), know n a s se condary
units, act in coo rdination with the main u nit. T h is is particula rly useful to op t i mise the opera t i ng of them all, bo t h t o gether
and individ ually. For e xample, i n the e vent of a power cut to on e of the units, the remaind er take o ver its fun ct i ons and
control the sup ply capacity to mi nimise the drop in operatin g p ower.
For uni t s installed in areas wi t h adverse weather, p articularly strong sea sonal wind and/or sno w, the outdo or uni t s are fitted
with guards that are supp lied as a n optio nal accessory. These guard s are particula rly use f u l in preve nting a drop in output
of the unit or its complete stoppage due to the blockage of its air inlets and outlets.
NOTE
Outdoor units in areas with heavy snowfall must be installed on suitable foundations to ensure they remain at least
50 cm above maximum snowfall levels.
¿ Compact design that makes it easier to install
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The compact design of the SET FREE FSXN units makes them
easier to handle and install. Their reduced volume means they take
up less space in the building infrastructures until they are installed
in their final location.
The lighter final weight of the units, including the more powerful
ones, makes them easier to handle when positioning them in their
final location.
Example: transport of the outdoor unit on a lift for 11 people, with
a minimum opening of 800 mm and a depth of 1,350 mm (according
to standard JIS A 4301).
¿ Easy and flexible pipe installation
Installation work optimisation
The HITACHI installation system is one of the most flexible and easiest to install in the market, offering substantial cost
savings right from installation and start-up and throughout its working life, including any maintenance tasks.
The different members of the group of SET FREE outdoor units have the same installation parts, which makes them easier
assemble and leads to less material requirements.
Reduction and standardising of installation pipe diameters
The diameters of the necessary connection pipes have been standardised wherever possible during the design process for
the SET FREE units. Therefore, most outdoor units use connection pipes of similar dimensions for the entire installation,
thus making installation work easier.
It is possible to configure the entire installation of an air conditioning system using very few different pipe diameters.
Longer pipes between outdoor and indoor units
The distance between units is no longer a conditioning factor and has become a factor that favours freedom of design in
air conditioning installations. The design and the power of the outdoor units mean that indoor units can be installed further
away.
The possibility of installing outdoor units further away offers greater decision-making autonomy and means that the most
favourable location can be chosen. Depending on the model, the distance between outdoor and indoor units may be up to
1,000 metres.
NOTE
When the total length of the refrigerant pipes exceeds 300 m, the maximum additional refrigerant charge must be
extended. Check conditions in Chapter #unique_29, see on page 0 .
Multikits and distributors
HITACHI SET FREE FSNX outdoor units offer great flexibility for the installation of outdoor and indoor units and for their
interconnection, accepting different types of systems and up to a maximum of 64 indoor units for every outdoor unit.
NOTE
For further details on the connection options and capacities of the outdoor units, see Chapter Selection guide, see
on page 62.
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The following figures show some examples of the many configuration possibilities for interconnection between outdoor and
indoor units.
FSXN
2
FSXN
FSXN
¿ Flexibility to expand the installation
The installation can reach of maximum total refrigerant pipe length of 1,000 m. If required, the maximum length of pipe
between the first multikit branch and the last connected indoor unit can reach up to 90 m. These values allow for an air
conditioning installation design with fewer restrictions with regard to pipe length, which is more simplified and effective.
A
F
E
B
D
C
A. Outdoor units.
B. Difference in height of the indoor units.
C. Maximum pipe length between the first multikit branch and the last connected indoor unit: 90 m.
D. Length of pipe between outdoor and indoor units. Maximum total pipe length: 1000 m.
E. Maximum pipe length between the branch and the indoor unit: 40 m.
F. Difference in height between the outdoor unit and the indoor units.
NOTE
For further details and specific installation conditions, see Chapter #unique_29, see on page 0
.
¿ Flexibility to branch out the pipes
The flexible design for the air conditioning installations is one of the most important factors for the SET FREE FSXN
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System. There is no limitation with regard to the number of installable multikits. Therefore, the refrigerant pipe lengths should
be between the following values:
Pipe length between the first multikit and the indoor unit: ≤ 40 m.
Total length between the multikit and each one of the connected indoor units: ≤ 30 m.
•
•
Where the pipe length from the first multikit to each indoor unit is greater than 40 m, the number of branches should be
increased.
Maximum pipe length between the multikit of
the first branch and each indoor unit
≤ 40 m
Pipe length after the branch
Number of main pipe branches
a+b+c ≤ 30 m or d+e+f ≤ 30 m
No limit
a+b+c > 30 m or d+e+f > 30 m
Up to 2
—
Up to 1
From 41 m to 90 m
NOTE
(1)
Main pipe branch: distribution from one (1) multikit to two (2) multikits.
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b
a
A: main branch.
c
A
B: indoor units.
B
B
e
d
f
B
B
¿ High number of connectable inside units
To adapt to all connection needs and possibilities as fully as possible, the maximum number of connectable indoor units for
a single SET FREE FSXN
outdoor unit is 64. Compared with previous models, this characteristic represents a huge advantage, as it is possible to
manage a greater number of indoor units with less outdoor units, which means significant energy and installation savings.
5
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Maximum number of connectable indoor units,
FSN(1)(E) model
HP
8
13
16
16
20
20
20
20
20
27
29
31
32
Maximum number of connectable indoor units,
FXN model
—
13
16
16
—
20
20
20
20
27
29
—
32
Maximum number of connectable indoor units
—
13
16
19
23
26
26
33
36
40
43
47
50
Recommended number of connectable indoor
units
—
8
10
10
16
16
16
18
20
26
26
32
32
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
Maximum number of connectable indoor units,
FSN(1)(E) model
32
32
32
32
32
32
—
—
—
—
—
—
Maximum number of connectable indoor units,
FXN model
32
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Maximum number of connectable indoor units
53
56
59
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
Recommended number of connectable indoor
units
32
32
32
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
Models
Previous models
FSXN Model
Models
Previous models
FSXN Model
HP
NOTE
For further details on connection options and capacities of outdoor unit, see Chapter #unique_35, see on page
0 .
2.2.2 Optional parts
¿ CH units
HITACHI carries units CH-6.0N1 y CH-10.0N1 as optional elements for heat recovery systems (3 pipes). In these systems, the
CH units allow the indoor units connected to them to operate in
cooling or heating mode, regardless of the operating mode for other
indoor units connected to other CH units.
The installation of these units facilitates the creation of sectors
within the air conditioning system that operate in an independent
cooling or heating mode, whereby reducing the amount of pipes
needed and the complexity of the installation.
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The electrical box for the CH unit has a flexible attachment system that enables it to be installed in either of its two sides
so that it adapts to the available installation spaces.
NOTE
•
The CH unit makes a small amount of noise, especially during start-up or when the indoor unit stops or when
the defrost mode on the outdoor unit is activated in very low outdoor temperatures.
•
The CH unit can be installed in a false ceiling for example, or in separate area from the indoor unit. The unit is
supplied in kit form, with the necessary connections for the refrigerant pipes.
2.2.3 Easy and flexible communication between units
¿
H-LINK II bus
The outdoor units belonging to the SET FREE FSXN series are
fitted with the H-LINK II communications (bus). 64 refrigeration cy-
Outdoor Units (*Max. 64 Refrigerant Group)
Indoor Units (*Max. Connectable Q'ty: 160)
Central Control Device
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cles and a maximum of 160 indoor units can be controlled using just one centralised control system through the H-LINK II
bus.
NOTE
The control system, the indoor units and the remote control must be compatible with the H-LINK II bus.
Comparison of the H-LINK system with the H-LINK II system
Element
H-LINK
H-LINK II
Maximum number of manageable refrigeration groups
16
64
Direction setting range for refrigeration groups and indoor units
0 to 15
0 to 63
Maximum number of indoor units / systems
128
160
Total number of centralised control systems in the same H-LINK bus
145
Maximum wiring length
NOTE
(1)
Up to 5000 m using the accessories available
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1000
m(1)
2
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Combination of the H-LINK system and the H-LINK II system
The indoor and outdoor units fitted with the H-LINK communications bus system can be combined with units fitted with the
H-LINK II bus system without the need for adapters.
One (1) H-LINK (II) communications bus system
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Communications bus
H-LINK
H-LINK II
Outdoor units
(number of refrigeration groups)
Indoor units
H-LINK II
64
160
H-LINK and H-LINK II combination
64(1)
128
H-LINK II
16
128
H-LINK and H-LINK II combination
16
128
NOTE
(1)
Up to a maximum of 16 refrigeration groups available in one (1) H-LINK communications bus system under the
following conditions:
• H-LINK outdoor unit.
•
H-LINK II outdoor unit connected to H-LINK indoor units.
Over 17 indoor units can be connected to one (1) outdoor unit, depending on its capacity. In this case, two (2)
refrigeration groups are required for one (1) outdoor unit.
Outdoor unit: H-LINK
System configuration
Outdoor unit: H-LINK II
Indoor unit: H-LINK and H-LINK II
Indoor unit: H-LINK and H-LINK II
Remote control: H-LINK and HLINK II
Remote control: H-LINK and HLINK II
0 to 15
0 to 15
Layout
Refrigeration group setting(1)
Direction setting
range(1)
Automatic temperature setting
reset(2)
Operation lock(2)
Temperature setting range limitation(3)
0 to 15
0 to 15
0 to 15
0 to 15
0 to 15
0 to 15
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
ON/OFF timer setting (72
h)(2)
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Different operating mode
indication(3)
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Indoor unit hot start indication(3)
Refrigeration group and direction change on indoor
Pre-heating / cancellation indication on outdoor
unit(2)
unit(2)
Emergency mode from remote control(4)
(1) The direction setting range for refrigeration groups and indoor units is from 0 to 15 when a central H-LINK control is used.
(2)
This function can only be set using the PC-ART remote control.
(3)
This function can only be set using the PC-ART remote control and the PC-ARH control.
(4)
Depending on the outdoor unit, this function is not available.
Cancellation of final resistance
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Prior to supply, DSW10 contact 1 is set to ON. Where two or more
outdoor units are installed and connected using the H-LINK bus,
DSW10 contact 1 on the master or main unit must be set to OFF
from the second unit.
A
ON
B
ON
1 2
1 2
C
ON
1 2
Where just one unit is installed, this setting is not required.
•
•
A: setting before supply:
B: cancellation of final resistance.
•
C: If the communication circuit fuse has opened, the PCB1 board can only be recovered by activating contact
2.
NOTE
Reciprocity of outdoor units for H-LINK II
Outdoor unit, SET FREE series
FSN models
FSXN models
FSNM models
RAS-8FSN2
RAS-24FSN2
RAS-40FSN2
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-24FSXN
RAS-40FSXN
RAS-8FSNM
RAS-10FSN2
RAS-26FSN2
RAS-42FSN2
RAS-10FSXN
RAS-26FSXN
RAS-42FSXN
RAS-10FSNM
RAS-12FSN2
RAS-28FSN2
RAS-44FSN2
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-28FSXN
RAS-44FSXN
RAS-12FSNM
RAS-14FSN2
RAS-30FSN2
RAS-46FSN2
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-30FSXN
RAS-46FSXN
—
RAS-16FSN2
RAS-32FSN2
RAS-48FSN2
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-32FSXN
RAS-48FSXN
—
RAS-18FSN2
RAS-34FSN2
—
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-34FSXN
RAS-50FSXN
—
RAS-20FSN2
RAS-36FSN2
—
RAS-20FSXN
RAS-36FSXN
RAS-52FSXN
—
RAS-22FSN2
RAS-38FSN2
—
RAS-22FSXN
RAS-38FSXN
RAS-54FSXN
—
Outdoor unit, UTOPIA DC INVERTER series
IVX models
ES models
DC INVERTER models
RAS-8HRNM
RAS-3HVRNS
RAS-2HVRN1
RAS-10HRNM
RAS-4HVRNS(1)E
RAS-2.5HVRN1
—
RAS-12HRNM
RAS-5HVRNS(1)E
RAS-3HVRNME
RAS-6HVRNS(1)E
RAS-4H(V)RNM(1)E
—
—
RAS-5H(V)RNM(1)E
—
—
RAS-6H(V)RNM(1)E
—
—
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Reciprocity of indoor units for H-LINK II
FSN2(E) indoor units
RCI
RCIM
RCD
RPC
RPI
RPIM
RPK
RPF
RPFI
4-way cassette
4-way cassette (compact)
2-way cassette
Ceiling type
Ducted indoor
unit
Ducted indoor
unit (compact)
Wall type
Floor type
Floor concealed type
RCI-1.0
FSN2E
RCIM-1.0
FSN2
RCD-1.0
FSN2
RPC-2.0
FSN2E
RPI-0.8
FSN2E
RPIM-0.8
FSN2E
RPK-1.0
FSN2M
RPF-1.0
FSN2E
RPFI-1.0
FSN2E
RCI-1.5
FSN2E
RCIM-1.5
FSN2
RCD-1.5
FSN2
RPC-2.5
FSN2E
RPI-1.0
FSN2E
RPIM-0.8
FSN2E(-DU)
RPK-1.0
FSNH2M
RPF-1.5
FSN2E
RPFI-1.5
FSN2E
RCI-2.0
FSN2E
RCIM-2.0
FSN2
RCD-2.0
FSN2
RPC-3.0
FSN2E
RPI-1.5
FSN2E
RPIM-1.0
FSN2E
RPK-1.5
FSN2M
RPF-2.0
FSN2E
RPFI-2.0
FSN2E
RCI-2.5
FSN2E
—
RCD-2.5
FSN2
RPC-4.0
FSN2E
RPI-2.0
FSN2E
RPIM-1.0
FSN2E(-DU)
RPK-1.5
FSNH2M
RPF-2.5
FSN2E
RPFI-2.5
FSN2E
RCI-3.0
FSN2E
—
RCD-3.0
FSN2
RPC-5.0
FSN2E
RPI-2.5
FSN2E
RPIM-1.5
FSN2E
RPK-2.0
FSN2M
—
—
RCI-4.0
FSN2E
—
RCD-4.0
FSN2
RPC-6.0
FSN2E
RPI-3.0
FSN2E
RPIM-1.5
FSN2E(-DU)
RPK-2.5
FSN2M
—
—
RCI-5.0
FSN2E
—
RCD-5.0
FSN2
—
RPI-4.0
FSN2E
—
RPK-3.0
FSN2M
—
—
RCI-6.0
FSN2E
—
—
—
RPI-5.0
FSN2E
—
RPK-4.0
FSN2M
—
—
—
—
—
—
RPI-6.0
FSN2E
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
RPI-8.0
FSN2E
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
RPI-10.0
FSN2E
—
—
—
—
Reciprocity of outdoor units for H-LINK
Outdoor unit, SET FREE series
FSN(E) models
FXN models
FSVNE models
HVRNE DC INVERTER
models
RAS-5FSN
RAS-26FSN(1)
RAS-8FXN(E)
RAS-3FSVNE
RAS-3HVRNE
RAS-8FSN(1)(E)
RAS-28FSN(1)
RAS-10FXN(E)
RAS-4FSVNE
RAS-4H(V)RNE
RAS-10FSN(1)(E)
RAS-30FSN(1)
RAS-12FXNE
RAS-5FSVNE
RAS-5H(V)RNE
RAS-12FSN(1)(E)
RAS-32FSN(1)
RAS-16FXN
—
RAS-6H(V)RNE
RAS-14FSN(1)
RAS-34FSN
RAS-18FXN
—
—
RAS-16FSN(1)
RAS-36FSN
RAS-20FXN
—
—
RAS-18FSN(1)
RAS-38FSN
RAS-22FXN
—
—
RAS-20FSN(1)
RAS-40FSN
RAS-24FXN
—
—
RAS-22FSN(1)
RAS-42FSN
RAS-26FXN
—
—
RAS-24FSN(1)
—
RAS-30FXN
—
—
—
—
RAS-32FXN
—
—
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Reciprocity of indoor units for H-LINK
FSN2(E) indoor units
RCI
RCIM
RCD
RPC
RPI
RPIM
RPK
RPF
RPFI
4-way cassette
4-way cassette (compact)
2-way cassette
Ceiling type
Ducted indoor
unit
Ducted indoor
unit (compact)
Wall type
Floor type
Floor concealed type
RCI-1.0
FSN(1)E
RCIM-1.0
FSN
RCD-1.0
FSN
RPC-2.0
FSNE
RPI-0.8
FSN(1)E
RPIM-0.8
FSN1E
RPK-0.8
FSN1M
RPF-1.0
FSNE
RPFI-1.0
FSNE
RCI-1.5
FSN(1)E
RCIM-1.5
FSN
RCD-1.5
FSN
RPC-2.5
FSNE
RPI-1.0
FSN(1)E
RPIM-1.0
FSN1E
RPK-1.0
FSN1M
RPF-1.5
FSNE
RPFI-1.5
FSNE
RCI-2.0
FSN(1)E
RCIM-2.0
FSN
RCD-2.0
FSN
RPC-3.0
FSNE
RPI-1.5
FSN(1)E
—
RPK-1.5
FSN1M
RPF-2.0
FSNE
RPFI-2.0
FSNE
RCI-2.5
FSN(1)E
—
RCD-2.5
FSN
RPC-4.0
FSNE
RPI-2.0
FSN(1)E
—
RPK-2.0
FSN1M
RPF-2.5
FSNE
RPFI-2.5
FSNE
RCI-3.0
FSN(1)E
—
RCD-3.0
FSN
RPC-5.0
FSNE
RPI-2.5
FSN(1)E
—
RPK-2.5
FSN1M
—
—
RCI-4.0
FSN(1)E
—
RCD-4.0
FSN
RPC-6.0
FSNE
RPI-3.0
FSN(1)E
—
RPK-3.0
FSN1M
—
—
RCI-5.0
FSN(1)E
—
RCD-5.0
FSN
—
RPI-4.0
FSN(1)E
—
RPK-4.0
FSN1M
—
—
RCI-6.0
FSN(1)E
—
—
—
RPI-5.0
FSN(1)E
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
RPI-6.0
FSN(1)E
—
—
—
—
Complete communication
The indoor units maintain active communications with each other, with the outdoor units and with the control systems over
a communication line (bus) called H-LINK II. This way the performance of each unit, among other aspects, is adapted to
the circumstances at all times and remains the most appropriate in each situation.
Easy connection
The communications bus is formed by a pair of small-diameter cores with no specific polarity. Given that no multi-way
communication cables are used, the installation is simple, fast and effective. It is impossible to confuse the connections.
The two-core non-polarity communication bus provides significant savings in terms of materials and installation, as the
same cable is used for all the units and is quickly and simply connected directly to them.
Long distance
The total length of the communications bus line between all the units can reach 1,000 m. Where the communications line
must be longer (e.g. to expand the HVAC system or to manage the units from a unified station in the building), the total
distance can be extended to 5,000 m by using the accessories available.
Up to 160 units connected in a single H-LINK II bus line
It is possible to connect up to 160 indoor units from the SYSTEM
FREE range in a single H-LINK II bus line. To expand the installation or increase the bus lines available, simply add a new line.
RAS-FSXN
All of the units are managed as one through the control systems
installed.
Example of H-LINK II system:
CSNET WEB
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Specifications:
Transmission cable:
2 conductors
Transmission cable polarity:
No polarity
Maximum number of outdoor units connected:
64 units per H-LINK II system
Maximum number of indoor units connected:
160 units per H-LINK II system
Maximum number of units:
200
Maximum wiring length:
Total 1,000 m (including CSNET-WEB)
Recommended cable:
Shielded twisted pair cable or shielded pair cable over 0.75
mm2 (equivalent to KPEV-S)
Voltage:
5 V DC
NOTE
•
The DIP switches must be adjusted when the H-LINK II bus is used. Otherwise, or if these are incorrectly
adjusted, a transmission incident could occur.
•
The H-LINK II system offers great flexibility for the design of air conditioning systems, as installation is simple
and the total cost affordable. Furthermore, centralised management is possible by connecting the CSNETWEB control system to the H-LINK II network cables.
•
Additionally, using CSNET-WEB, it is possible to manage the installation over the internet.
Fast connection of new units
Extending the air conditioning system is now even easier. To add new units to the communications bus, simply connect its
two cables to the communications terminals.
The new units that are added to the bus line are recognised by the control system and are automatically configured.
No operating cable for the remote control
In the case of systems with outdoor units connected to twin, triple
or quadruple indoor unit systems, both the indoor and the outdoor
units can be controlled by a single remote control, without having
to be connected together using a specific control cable.
A: service cable.
B: specific cable for operating the remote control unnecessary.
Auto-configuration of system units
The air conditioning system control systems are auto-configuring. They recognise the type of unit they are connected to,
along with the type of indoor unit and its capacity. Installation start-up is quick and efficient.
All the equipment can also be manually configured, in order to set the installation according to personalised parameters.
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2.3 Start-up benefits
2.3.1 Automatic start-up
The installation is started up automatically, therefore considerably reducing the time required for the process.
There are three types of start-up:
• Test run and identification of the units forming the system.
• Test run from the remote control.
• Test run from the outdoor unit.
¿ Test run and identification of the system units
The test run can be carried out from either the rotating DIP switches on the outdoor unit or from the remote control for the
indoor unit.
The seven-segment indicator on the outdoor unit provides all of the
information required to check the system is operating properly.
The units forming part of the system are identified separately for
the outdoor and indoor units:
• Outdoor units: the remote control can be use to allocate the
series to which the operational outdoor units belong (e.g. single
or multiple series).
• Indoor units: using the rotating DIP switch on each unit.
¿ Test run from the remote control
Three operations for the test run are possible from the remote control:
1 Auto-diagnostic: quick check of the operating conditions of the
indoor units and outdoor unit.
2 Data memory query: in the event of an alarm, the remote control
saves all the operating parameters of the unit at that particular
time and the screen displays the corresponding fault code. The
air conditioning system diagnostic is simple and effective.
3 Setting optional functions: the remote control is able to make
settings on up to 29 possible options, such as the four-degree
offset in heating mode or the increase in fan speed. It is possible
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to set several indoor units at the same time and to modify the
unit configuration once installation is complete.
¿ Test run from the outdoor unit
The seven-segment indicator on the outdoor unit displays parameters relating to its working order.
Any incident arising during start-up or normal operation can be diagnosed from the indicator.
2.3.2 Service verification
¿ System operation control
The working order of the system is continuously monitored through the control system. All operating parameters that the
system uses to manage the outdoor and indoor units are continuously supervised.
¿ Assisted-management air conditioning system
La gestión del sistema de climatización puede realizarse cómodamente mediante el software de gestión asistida HITACHI Service
Tools.
Este software permite la conexión de, por ejemplo, un ordenador
portátil al sistema de climatización a través de una interfaz conectada al bus H-LINK II. A través de diferentes menús, el software
permite gestionar todos los sistemas conectados de forma eficaz
y obtener datos para optimizar el rendimiento del sistema.
¿ Compilation of operating data
Todos los datos obtenidos mediante el sofware HITACHI Service Tools son recopilados en diferentes formatos y monitorizados de varias formas. El usuario del software puede configurar el manejo de los datos para monitorizar aquellos parámetros que resultan más interesantes en cada instalación.
Los informes de datos permiten verificar el funcionamiento del sistema de forma continuada. Cualquier desviación en los
rangos de valores previstos se detecta de inmediato.
2.3.3 Automatic system to estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit
The system that automatically estimates the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit is responsible for checking whether
the amount of available refrigerant is enough for the entire system to operate properly in the assigned refrigeration cycle.
The system performs a series of calculations to estimate the amount of refrigerant needed to cover the requirements indicated through remote control. It takes into account the following variables:
• Refrigerant cycle temperature.
• Refrigeration saturation temperature.
• Data from the expansion valve on the outdoor unit.
• Data from the indoor units.
Connect the power supply for the indoor and outdoor units from the same refrigeration cycle to make this verification. Now
put DSW5 (in PCB1) contact number four in the ON position and press PSW1.
It takes between 30 and 40 minutes to perform the required verifications. During the test, the refrigeration mode activates
automatically and the remote control screen display the indication TEST RUN.
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The results of the test are shown on the seven-segment display for the PCB1:
Display indication
Result
Sufficient charge
Indications
The refrigerant charge is sufficient.
The refrigerant charge is excessive.
Excessive charge
Calculate the refrigerant charge according to the length of the refrigerant pipes.
Collect the charged refrigerant appropriately and charge the unit with correct amount of refrigerant.
The refrigerant charge is insufficient.
Insufficient charge
Check whether the unit has been charged with additional refrigerant.
Calculate the refrigerant charge according to the length of the refrigerant pipes.
Charge the unit with correct amount of refrigerant.
CAUTION
•
Leaks can be one of the causes of insufficient refrigerant charge.
•
An excessive or insufficient refrigerant charge can shorten the life of the outdoor unit, cause frequent incident
alarms or insufficient capacity.
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2.4 Functional benefits
2.4.1 General features
¿ Greater efficiency
The outdoor units of the SET FREE FSXN range have a high level of energy efficiency thanks to their low energy demand,
a key value to be considered during the design stage of any HVAC system and the putting into practice of measures to
reduce energy demand.
Therefore, the efficiency of the HITACHI range of units favours the saving of energy and costs.
¿ Reduced power consumption
The SET FREE range of indoor units benefits from in-depth functional and construction studies on all of their parts, aimed at optimising and reducing power consumption. The harmonisation of all
the internal components enables more rational operating modes,
in accordance with current environmental demands.
The image shows an example that compares the COP for the RAS(8-54)FSXN -A- models with a power supply of 380-415 V / 50 Hz
to similar models from the FXN -B- series.
They achieved high yield and very efficient operations that, in consequence, ensure a significant reduction in the yearly cost of the
electricity bill.
(COP)
4.5
3N~ 400V 50HZ
4
RAS-FSXN Series
(New Model)
3.5
3
RAS-FXN Series
(Current Model)
2.5
2
8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54
Cooling / Heating Ave. COP
(HP)
RAS-FSXN Series
RAS-FXN Series
2.4.2 Multiple capacity control
In order for the air conditioning system to work more efficiently, the
appropriate refrigerant flow volume is constantly controlled according to the number of indoor units that are running.
The most appropriate opening for the electronic expansion valve
for refrigerant supply is controlled by the difference in air temperature between input and output on the indoor unit; all the units can
operate in different conditions.
2.4.3 Individual management capacity with a minimum of 0.8 HP
The electronic expansion valves installed, both on the indoor and outdoor units enable precise control over refrigerant flow.
This controlled precision enables indoor units to be connected with power levels starting from 0.8 HP up to 10.0 HP.
2.4.4 Silent compressor
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The outdoor SET FREE FSXN units have been designed to reduce
noise emissions as much as possible. The combined use of
Scroll compressors and an insulation cover, reduces noise emissions to minimal levels.
The neodymium magnets on the compressor rotor (direct current)
improve its features at low frequencies. Separating the compressor
rotor into two parts reduces electromagnetic interference significantly.
2
2.4.5 Silent fan
Less operating noise with new designs and materials
The shape of the blades has been designed to minimise turbulence caused by the air forced through the fan. Furthermore,
using mica and polypropylene to manufacture the fan minimises its typical vibrations and therefore lowers noise emissions.
The laminated surface prevents the air from forming turbulence. This combination of materials and design improves noise
emission in comparison with previous models.
Quiet operation with a silent motor
To prevent electromagnetic noise, a research process was performed on the materials used to manufacture the motor parts.
As a result, cast aluminium and a low noise emission operating control system were chosen, without having to forfeit any
operational features. Furthermore, a non-resonant suspension system has been incorporated into the fan motor. Vibrations
are minimised thanks to this structure.
Low noise levels during nightly operation
Operating noise has been fully analysed through a computerised simulation of fluid turbulences, which are the main source
of undesired noise, and by visual observation of these flows.
Operating noise has been further reduced by improving the structure of the cabinet and the shape of the fan and incorporating an inverter and other new materials. The result has been a quiet operating design that respects the people around it
and the environment.
2.4.6 Highly efficient refrigerant cycle
The features on the outdoor unit have improved considerably by
applying a super-cooling circuit for the refrigerant cycle and by optimising the piping system.
C
A
D
E
B
A
Pressure
B
Capacity
C
Effect of subcooler
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D
Refrigerating ability increased by supercooling circuit
E
Cooling capacity
2.4.7 DC Inverter Scroll Compressor
Compact design
The HITACHI DC Inverter Scroll compressor by HITACHI was designed to increase efficiency and reliability and to reduce
power consumption.
DC Inverter Scroll compressor advantages
C
B
A
A
D
F
E
A
Release valve
B
valve open
C
discharge pressure space
D
hole for release valve
E
compression space
F
fixed scroll
The intermediate pressure features are drastically improved by incorporating an overpressure valve and optimising the
orbital elevation force on the compressor spiral, which prevents charge losses from leaks. As a consequence, the intermediate pressure features are improved and they increase energy savings.
A
Over pressure in the new system
a
Pressure
b
Volum
The overpressure valve regulates the pressure, whereby increasing the efficiency and reliability of the compressor in the charge.
This system ensures that the working pressure for the compressor
is always optimal, no matter what the charge. The ratio between
discharge pressure (Pd) and suction pressure (Ps) is optimal, as
shown in the picture.
A
a
Motor heat is not added to the suction gas before compression,
which reduces the di scharge gas temp erature. This is especi ally
important i n low suction t e mperatures. The discharge gas co ols the motor sufficiently.
b
Lubrication
Taking into account that lubrication is one of the most important factors in maintaining the useful life of a compressor,
HITACHI has developed a system based on the pressure differences between suction and discharge that a support pumps
uses in the compressor base. As a result. homogeneous lubrication is obtained on all mobile parts of the compressor,
demonstrating great reliability for its operational range, even at low frequencies.
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Protection against liquid return
The mobile scroll rests in the box when the compressor is idle. When the compressor starts up, it increases the pressure
in the chamber located under the scroll through two purge holes on the medium pressure section of the compression stroke.
This pressure then pushes the scroll upwards, against the cabinet and seals the compression chamber.
It returns to the compressor as a liquid, the pressure increase that is generated then pushes the scroll downwards and
breaks the seal, so that the liquid can return to the compressor body, where it evaporates, due to the high temperature.
2.4.8 Low noise level for compressor
a
Noise
b
Frequency (Hz)
2
The Scroll compressor is very quiet, with little vibration because the
compression points are uniformly distributed along the entire compression stroke.
The minimal quantity of components used, operates in conjunction
with the compressor crankcase, which acts as a silencer by improving noise distribution.
a
The sound pattern is high frequency, which means that an insulation cover can be used to convert it into very low level noise.
b
a
b
2.4.9 Efficiency
The use of a direct current compressor with a neodymium magnet
improves its performance in the approximate margin of 30-40 Hz,
where operating time is better than the compressor with inverter.
Furthermore, to eliminate electromagnetic noise interferences and
reach a lower level of noise, the rotor has been divided into two
parts and the electric pole has been moved. The low-speed electrical features improve significantly, which reflects in the yearly running cost.
b
a
95
0
2,000
2.4.10 Inverter Control
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A
DC INVERTER ES
B
Unit with constant speed
a
time
b
Room temperature
c
Compressor (rpm)
b
A
B
a
B
A
c
a
The Inverter system manages compressor speeds between 15 and 100 Hz, quickly reaching the set temperature and
maintaining stable operations that save energy and reduce sound emission, because the compressor does not keep running
continuously.
On the SET FREE models, the set temperature reaches high power very quickly, and then it maintains stable operations
that save energy.
In the case of other equipment with a constant speed: the set temperature is reached slowly. Continuously connecting and
disconnecting the unit in order to maintain the temperature, causes inefficient wear and wastes a great deal of energy.
2.4.11 Total reduced capacity for the outside unit
The SET FREE FSXN units enable the outdoor unit to have a capacity of 30% less in comparison with other air conditioning
systems.
The image represents an installation in a typical building, with a peak morning heat load in the eastern area -A- equivalent
to a unit of 6 HP. In the evening there is a heat load peak in the western area -B- equivalent to a unit of 7 HP. As such, a
conventional system for the eastern and western area (-A- + -B-) needs a total installation of 6 HP + 7 HP = 13 HP.
The maximum simultaneous load for the entire building -C- is produced at midday and is equivalent to a capacity of 10 HP.
A SET FREE FSXN system with a capacity of 10 HP can be selected, which can be directed towards the eastern or western
areas, depending on what the system controls determine.
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A: morning peak heat load in the eastern area.
F
G
B: evening peak heat load in the western area.
C: maximum simultaneous load for the entire building.
I
F: eastern area load.
H
G: total load.
H: western area load.
I: load.
J: time.
J
NOTE
The maximum load required in the eastern and western area must not be simultaneous.
According to the data in the example:
Saving in the installation = (13 – 10) HP / 13 HP) x 100 = 23%
Common selection type:
Convention system for the eastern and western area, which needs a total installation of 13 HP.
SET FREE FSXN unit selection:
Conventional system for eastern and western area, that takes into account the maximum simultaneous load for the entire
building -C-.
(6 + 7) HP / 0.80 ~ 0.85 HP)
Given that a partial operation exists due to the variety of indoor units, the capacity of the outdoor unit can be selected
according to the total load on the building in one day.
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Refrigeration supply based on the load in each room.
10
NOTE
All the numeric values indicate horse power (HP).
2
2
2
E
2.5
2.5
2
= 13
W
Load difference = 10 / 13 = 0.77
2.4.12 Wide range of operating possibilities
Using SET FREE FSXN units in combination with an HVAC system for building (CS-NET WEB increases the performance
of the installations even more. For example:
• Programme that avoids continuously running the units in rooms with no one in them and activates heating or cooling
just before they are occupied.
• Set temperature limitation, which means that the units do not run at their maximum capacity if the comfort level does
not require this.
• Lock functions from central control, which avoids incorrect or inefficient usage of the units.
All of these functions, in addition to many others, are able to fully optimise the installation.
It is worth recalling that, due to the wide range of indoor units, it is always possible to find the unit with the power level and
the type of installation that adjusts to your needs the best.
2.4.13 Night mode (optional function)
With the optional night mode function, the sound emission level for
the outdoor unit can be set during specific periods of time to adapt
it to its surrounding (for example, at night, near hospitals or homes,
etc.)(1).
You can choose between three emission level settings using the
PCB on the outdoor unit.
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•
Function nº
Description
Sound pressure reduction(2)
11
Sound pressure setting 1 (standard value -2 dB)
56
12
Sound pressure setting 2 (standard value -5 dB)
53
13
Sound pressure setting 3 (standard value -8 dB)
50
(1)The
–
–
–
•
operating margin and the features are restricted because to the operating frequency of the compressor is limited.
Sound reduction setting 1: 80% of standard capacity.
Sound reduction setting 2: 60% of standard capacity.
Sound reduction setting 3: 40% of standard capacity.
(2)The table indicates the approximate values for an outdoor 10 HP unit. In some cases, these values can be temporarily
higher than those indicated in the table due to operating control conditions.
NOTE
The electrical installation on the outdoor unit needs to be supplemented in order to use the optional night mode
function.
2.4.14 Emergency (backup) function
Failed Outdoor Unit
Compressor
Compressor
x
Compressor
Even if one unit is failed, the others can operate continuously. 2
The emergency (backup) function avoids total system stoppage when there is a fault in one of the outdoor units in the same
refrigeration cycle.
In the event of a fault in the compressor in one of the outdoor units, emergency mode can be enabled from the remote
control.
NOTE
•
There must be two or more outdoor units in the same refrigeration cycle for the emergency (backup) function
to be used.
•
Keeping the emergency (backup) function working for more than eight hours could lead to unit damage.
PC-ART
Press " TEMP. V
simultaneously
for 3 seconds.
"
[EMG] is indicated on the LCD at
the remote control switch and the
emergency operation starts.
Emergency Operation Indication
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The emergency (backup) function can be enabled when the following alarm codes are indicated on the remote control
screen:
Code
Category
Possible cause of the fault
06
Abnormal inverter voltage
06.
Abnormal fan controller voltage
23
Discharge gas thermistor at top of compressor
51
Inverter fault
Abnormal inverter current sensor
52
Triggering of the inverter current protection
53
Inverter error signal detection
54
Abnormal inverter fin temperature
23
Discharge gas thermistor at top of compressor
Constant compressor speed fault
39
Abnormal operating current in constant speed compressor
2.4.15 Outdoor unit rotation function
Last Time
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
One (1) Unit
Operation
Two (2) Units Three (3) Units
Operation
Operation
At the time of the compressor start-up
or 2 hours has passed from operation starting.
Activation
Order
3
2
1
Revolution of Inverter Compressor
This Time
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
3
Revolution of 2
1
2
2
1
1
Activation
Order
3
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Hi
Operating Load
2
Revolution of 1
Next Time
Low
1
It is operated so that the
revolution of the inverter compressor
1 and 2 may become the same.
Activation
Order
2
1
3
The load on the compressors can be reduced by setting the operating time of each outdoor unit(1), (2). Applying the same
operating frequency to all compressors on the outdoor units in the same refrigeration cycle is equivalent to balancing their
load, thus improving the durability of the outdoor units.
Example of rotation frequency control on Inverter compressors:
NOTE
•
(1)There must be two or more outdoor units in the same refrigeration cycle for the outdoor unit rotation function
to be used.
•
(2)Comparison
between using or not using the outdoor unit rotation function in the same system.
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2.4.16 Control over operating values (optional function)
The following settings improve the operating values for the installation by adapting it to different environments.
Setting method in the PCB on the outdoor unit
Operating mode
Setting
Managed element
Adjust the length of the pipes
Opening on the expansion
between the outdoor and invalve on the indoor unit.
door units.
Cooling
Capacity priority.
Demand.
Heating
Set element
Objective super-heating value on
the indoor unit heat exchanger.
Objective suction pressure value for
Rotation frequency for the com- the compressor.
pressors.
Electrical power demand
60/70/80/100%.
Adjustment in height between indoor units.
Opening on the expansion
valve on the indoor unit.
Capacity priority.
Rotation frequency for the com- Objective discharge pressure value
pressors.
for the compressor.
Start-up priority.
Opening on the expansion valve on the outdoor unit.
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Objective super-cooling value on
the indoor unit heat exchanger.
2
2 Features and benefits
2.5 Maintenance benefits
2.5.1 Access cover for installation and maintenance
The unit has a cover at the back that is divided into two parts, which
protects the internal parts on the outdoor unit. All the connection
and maintenance operations for the unit are made through this
cover.
The unit connections are accessed through the upper part of the
back cover. The lower part covers the connection for the refrigerant
pipes and the liquid and gas stop valves (High and low pressure,
according to operational configuration for the system.)
2.5.2 Availability of maintenance tools
¿ HITACHI Service Tools
All installation functions of the HITACHI Service Tools software can
also be used for unit maintenance (preventive or corrective). Any
incident can be quickly detected and solved in a shorter time.
Additionally, the CSNET-WEB is also a powerful tool that is very
useful for performing maintenance tasks.
HITACHI has a range of different control systems that can be used
with the SET FREE outdoor units; consult the corresponding Technical Catalogue for the controls.
¿ Monitoring the system and simplifying maintenance work
The HITACHI Service Tools software is a very powerful tool for the control and management of HVAC installations. To do
so, it supervises the working order of the entire system and displays data that allows for potential incidents to be detected.
Management via software improves the advanced scheduling of planned technical stoppages and means that any unit can
be inspected without altering the operation of the air conditioning system. The data obtained is processed and interpreted
directly by the software, without the need to waste time or personnel on data reading or on-site checks.
¿ Decrease in operation costs
Monitored operation allows for real-time observation of the performance of the entire air conditioning system. The control
system is responsible for ensuring all parts work according to the foreseen conditions, with the maximum performance and
efficiency at all times. In this situation, the utmost benefit is obtained from the entire installation at minimum operation costs.
Any range of values tending to be outside that foreseen is an indication of a situation that must be corrected as quickly as
possible. The management software clearly displays situations of this type and, therefore, is an interesting ally for reducing
costs generated by extraordinary maintenance stoppages.
The more in-depth analysis of the tendencies offers a starting point for realistic maintenance schedules, adapted to the
operating conditions of each system.
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2.6 Simple maintenance
2.6.1 Optimised design to simplify maintenance
The components of the indoor units of the entire range have a strong, long-lasting design bearing in mind the demanding
requirements of the market insofar as maintenance cost reduction.
The interior structure of the units and the layout of the internal parts make any removal and assembly operations easier
where technical work is required for some reason.
2.6.2 Minimum or zero maintenance
All equipment and components on the SET FREE range of outdoor units have been designed for minimal, simple and easy
maintenance operations.
2.6.3 Loyal to the HITACHI philosophy
The outdoor units of the SET FREE range have been designed in strict compliance with the HITACHI philosophy that ensures
the utmost reliability and reduces maintenance tasks to a minimum.
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3. General data
Index
3.1
General data...............................................................................................................................
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3.1.1
Outdoor units.................................................................................................................................
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3.1.1.1
3.1.1.2
3.1.1.3
3.1.1.4
3.1.1.5
3.1.1.6
3.1.1.7
3.1.1.8
3.1.1.9
3.1.1.10
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47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
General conditions.....................................................................................................
RAS-(8-12)FSXN.......................................................................................................
RAS-(14-18)FSXN.....................................................................................................
RAS-(20-24)FSXN.....................................................................................................
RAS-(26-30)FSXN.....................................................................................................
RAS-(32-36)FSXN.....................................................................................................
RAS-(38-42)FSXN.....................................................................................................
RAS-(44-48)FSXN.....................................................................................................
RAS-(50-54)FSXN.....................................................................................................
CH-(6.0-10.0)N1........................................................................................................
3.2
Component data.........................................................................................................................
3.3
Electrical data.............................................................................................................................
60
3.3.1
3.3.2
60
60
3.2.1
Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN....................................................................................................
Considerations..............................................................................................................................
Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN....................................................................................................
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3.1 General data
3.1.1 Outdoor units
¿ General conditions
1
The heating and cooling capacities indicated refer to outdoor units operating with the indoor units at 100% of their
capacity.
Operating conditions.
Indoor air inlet temperature
Outdoor air inlet temperature
Cooling
Heating
DB
27.0 °C
20.0 °C
WB
19.0 °C
—
DB
35.0 °C
7.0 °C
WB
—
6.0 °C
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
Pipe length: 7.5 m; pipe height: 0 m.
2
The sound pressure level has been measured under the following conditions:
a 1 m from the surface of the unit's service cover.
b 1.5 m from floor level.
c The data indicated is based on cooling mode. In the case of heating mode, the sound pressure level increases from
1 to 2 dB.
d The data indicated has been measured in an anechoic chamber, so the reflected sound must be taken into account
for installation.
3
If the main refrigerant pipe specified in the table is not available at the installation location, select the size given in
brackets. In this case, prepare a suitable reducer.
There are no other combinations of units than those specified in the tables (20-54) HP.
The width indicated for the exterior dimensions takes into account a specific distance of 20 mm between the outdoor
units.
4
5
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¿ RAS-(8-12)FSXN
Model
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-10FSXN
Supply voltage
RAS-12FSXN
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
22.4
28.0
33.5
Nominal heating capacity
kW
25.0
31.5
37.5
EER (cooling mode)
3.85
3.79
3.41
COP (heating mode)
4.17
4.11
3.60
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
58 (53)
58 (53)
60 (55)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 950 x 765
1720 x 950 x 765
1720 x 950 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
210
210
210
Weight (gross)
kg
225
225
225
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
Model
E656DHD
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
kW
E656DHD
E656DHD
1
1
1
4.8 (4)
6.0 (4)
7.2 (4)
Type
FVC68D
Load
L/Unit
5.0
5.0
Heat exchanger
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
1
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
1
6.0
1
m3/min
155
170
175
kW
0.33 (8)
0.44 (8)
0.49 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø9.53 (3/8)
(ø9.53 (3/8) - ø12.7 (1/2))
ø9.53 (3/8)
(ø9.53 (3/8) - ø12.7 (1/2))
ø12.7 (1/2)
(ø12.7 (1/2) - ø15.88 (5/8))
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø22.2 (7/8)
(ø22.2 (7/8) - ø25.4 (1))
ø25.4 (1)
(ø25.4 (1) -ø28.6 (1-1/8))
mm
(in.)
ø9.53 (3/8)
(ø9.53 (3/8) - ø12.7 (1/2))
ø9.53 (3/8)
(ø9.53 (3/8) - ø12.7 (1/2))
ø12.7 (1/2)
(ø12.7 (1/2) - ø15.88 (5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø22.2 (7/8)
22.2 (7/8) -ø25.4 (1))
ø25.4 (1)
(ø25.4 (1) -ø28.6 (1-1/8))
mm
(in.)
ø15.88 (5/8)
(15.88 (5/8) -ø19.05 (3/4))
ø19.05 (3/4)
19.05 (3/4) -ø22.2 (7/8))
ø22.2 (7/8)
22.2 (7/8) -ø25.4 (1))
kg
6.5
6.5
7.0
mm
1895 x 990 x 810
1895 x 990 x 810
1895 x 990 x 810
m3
1.52
1.52
1.52
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
Refrigerant charge
Packaging measurements
Height x Width x Depth
Approximate packaging measurements
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¿ RAS-(14-18)FSXN
Model
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
Supply voltage
RAS-18FSXN
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
40.0
45.0
50.0
Nominal heating capacity
kW
45.0
50.0
56.0
EER (cooling mode)
3.25
3.23
3.37
COP (heating mode)
3.89
3.90
3.81
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
62 (57)
62 (57)
63 (58)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 1210 x 765
1720 x 1210 x 765
1720 x 1210 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
295
295
315
Weight (gross)
kg
315
315
335
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
Model
E656DHD + E655DH
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
kW
E656DHD + E655DH
E656DHD + E855DH
1+1
1+1
1+1
4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2)
6.0 (4) + 4.4 (2)
6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2)
Type
FVC68D
Load
L/Unit
7.9
7.9
Heat exchanger
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
1
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
1
7.9
1
m3/min
195
195
195
kW
0.66 (8)
0.66 (8)
0.66 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø12.7 (1/2)
(ø12.7 (1/2) - ø15.88 (5/8))
ø12.7 (1/2)
(ø12.7 (1/2) - ø15.88 (5/8))
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø25.4 (1)
(ø25.4 (1) -ø28.6 (1-1/8))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
mm
(in.)
ø12.7 (1/2)
(ø12.7 (1/2) - ø15.88 (5/8))
ø12.7 (1/2)
(ø12.7 (1/2) - ø15.88 (5/8))
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
mm
(in.)
ø25.4 (1)
(ø25.4 (1) -ø28.6 (1-1/8))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
mm
(in.)
ø22.2 (7/8)
22.2 (7/8) -ø25.4 (1))
ø22.2 (7/8)
22.2 (7/8) -ø25.4 (1))
ø22.2 (7/8)
22.2 (7/8) -ø25.4 (1))
kg
9.0
9.0
10.5
mm
1895 x 1250 x 810
1895 x 1250 x 810
1895 x 1250 x 810
m3
1.92
1.92
1.92
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
Refrigerant charge
Packaging measurements
Height x Width x Depth
Approximate packaging measurements
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¿ RAS-(20-24)FSXN
Model
Combination of outdoor units
RAS-20FSXN
RAS-22FSXN
RAS-24FSXN
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-10FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
Supply voltage
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
56.0
61.5
69.0
Nominal heating capacity
kW
63.0
69.0
77.5
EER (cooling mode)
3.58
3.62
3.37
COP (heating mode)
3.81
4.04
3.89
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
62 (57)
63 (58)
63 (58)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 1920 x 765
1720 x 2180 x 765
1720 x 2180 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
210 + 210
210 + 295
210 + 295
Weight (gross)
kg
225 + 225
225 + 315
225 + 315
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
E656DHD + E656DHD
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E655DH
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E655DH
1+1
1+1+1
1+1+1
kW
4.8 (4) + 7.2 (4)
4.8 (4) + 4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2)
6.0 (4) + 4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2)
L/Unit
11.0
Model
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
Type
FVC68D
Load
12.9
Heat exchanger
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
12.9
2
2
2
m3/min
155 + 175
155 + 195
170 + 195
kW
0.33 (8) + 0.49 (8)
0.33 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.44 (8) + 0.66 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
mm
(in.)
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
ø15.88 (5/8)
(ø15.88 (5/8) - ø19.05 (3/4)
mm
(in.)
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
mm
(in.)
ø22.2 (7/8)
22.2 (7/8) -ø25.4 (1))
ø25.4 (1)
(ø25.4 (1) -ø28.6 (1-1/8))
ø25.4 (1)
(ø25.4 (1) -ø28.6 (1-1/8))
Refrigerant charge
kg
13.5
15.5
15.5
Approximate packaging measurements
m3
—
—
—
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
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¿ RAS-(26-30)FSXN
Model
Combination of outdoor units
RAS-26FSXN
RAS-28FSXN
RAS-30FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
Supply voltage
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
73.0
80.0
85.0
Nominal heating capacity
kW
82.5
90.0
95.0
EER (cooling mode)
3.38
3.25
3.24
COP (heating mode)
3.75
3.89
3.90
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
64 (59)
65 (60)
65 (60)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 2180 x 765
1720 x 2440 x 765
1720 x 2440 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
210 + 295
295 + 295
295 + 295
Weight (gross)
kg
225 + 315
315 + 315
315 + 315
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
Model
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
kW
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E655DH
E656DHD + E655DH +
E656DHD + E655DH
E656DHD + E655DH +
E656DHD + E655DH
1+1+1
1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1
7.2 (4) + 4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2)
4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2) + 4.8 (4) +
4.4 (2)
4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2) + 6.0 (4) +
4.4 (2)
Type
FVC68D
Load
L/Unit
13.9
15.8
Heat exchanger
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
15.8
2
2
2
m3/min
175 + 195
195 + 195
195 + 195
kW
0.49 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
mm
(in.)
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
mm
(in.)
ø25.4 (1)
(ø25.4 (1) -ø28.6 (1-1/8))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
Refrigerant charge
kg
16.0
18.0
18.0
Approximate packaging measurements
m3
—
—
—
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
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¿ RAS-(32-36)FSXN
Model
Combination of outdoor units
RAS-32FSXN
RAS-34FSXN
RAS-36FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
Supply voltage
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
90.0
95.0
100.0
Nominal heating capacity
kW
100.0
106.0
112.0
EER (cooling mode)
3.23
3.30
3.37
COP (heating mode)
3.90
3.85
3.81
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
65 (60)
66 (61)
66 (61)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 2440 x 765
1720 x 2440 x 765
1720 x 2440 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
295 + 295
295 + 315
315 + 315
Weight (gross)
kg
315 + 315
315 + 335
335 + 335
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
Model
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
kW
E656DHD + E655DH +
E656DHD + E655DH
E656DHD + E655DH +
E656DHD + E855DH
E656DHD + E855DH +
E656DHD + E855DH
1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1
6.0 (4) + 4.4 (2) + 6.0 (4) +
4.4 (2)
6.0 (4) + 4.4 (2) + 6.0 (4) +
5.6 (2)
6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2) + 6.0 (4) +
5.6 (2)
Type
FVC68D
Load
L/Unit
15.8
15.8
Heat exchanger
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
15.8
2
2
2
m3/min
195 + 195
195 + 195
195 + 195
kW
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
mm
(in.)
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
mm
(in.)
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
ø28.6 (1-1/8)
(ø28.6 (1-1/8) - ø31.75
(1-1/4))
Refrigerant charge
kg
18.0
19.5
21.0
Approximate packaging measurements
m3
—
—
—
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
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3 General data
¿ RAS-(38-42)FSXN
Model
Combination of outdoor units
RAS-38FSXN
RAS-40FSXN
RAS-42FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
Supply voltage
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
109.0
112.0
118.0
Nominal heating capacity
kW
118.0
125.0
132.0
EER (cooling mode)
3.29
3.34
3.32
COP (heating mode)
3.87
3.71
3.65
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
66 (61)
66 (61)
66 (61)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 3150 x 765
1720 x 3150 x 765
1720 x 3150 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
210 + 210 + 295
210 + 210 + 295
210 + 210 + 315
Weight (gross)
kg
225 + 225 + 315
225 + 225 + 315
225 + 225 + 335
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E656DHD + E655DH
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E656DHD + E655DH
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E656DHD + E855DH
1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1
kW
7.2 (4) + 7.2 (4) + 4.8 (4) +
4.4 (2)
7.2 (4) + 7.2 (4) + 6.0 (4) +
4.4 (2)
7.2 (4) + 7.2 (4) + 6.0 (4) +
5.6 (2)
L/Unit
19.9
Model
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
Type
FVC68D
Load
Heat exchanger
19.9
19.9
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
3
3
3
m3/min
175 + 175 + 195
175 + 175 + 195
175 + 175 + 195
kW
0.49 (8) + 0.49 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.49 (8) + 0.49 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.49 (8) + 0.49 (8) + 0.66 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
mm
(in.)
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
Refrigerant charge
kg
23.0
23.0
24.5
Approximate packaging measurements
m3
—
—
—
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
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¿ RAS-(44-48)FSXN
Model
Combination of outdoor units
RAS-44FSXN
RAS-46FSXN
RAS-48FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
Supply voltage
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
125.0
132.0
136.0
Nominal heating capacity
kW
140.0
145.0
150.0
EER (cooling mode)
3.27
3.16
3.24
COP (heating mode)
3.75
3.71
3.74
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
67 (62)
67 (62)
67 (62)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 3410 x 765
1720 x 3410 x 765
1720 x 3410 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
210 + 295 + 315
210 + 295 + 315
210 + 315 + 315
Weight (gross)
kg
225 + 315 + 335
225 + 315 + 335
225 + 335 + 335
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E655DH + E656DHD +
E855DH
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E655DH + E656DHD +
E855DH
E656DHD + E656DHD +
E855DH + E656DHD +
E855DH
1+1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1+1
kW
7.2 (4) + 4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2) +
6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2)
7.2 (4) + 6.0 (4) + 4.4 (2) +
6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2)
7.2 (4) + 6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2) +
6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2)
L/Unit
21.8
Model
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
Type
FVC68D
Load
21.8
Heat exchanger
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
21.8
3
3
3
m3/min
175 + 195 + 195
175 + 195 + 195
175 + 195 + 195
kW
0.49 (8) + 0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.49 (8) + 0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.49 (8) + 0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
mm
(in.)
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
Refrigerant charge
kg
26.5
26.5
28.0
Approximate packaging measurements
m3
—
—
—
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
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¿ RAS-(50-54)FSXN
Model
Combination of outdoor units
RAS-50FSXN
RAS-52FSXN
RAS-54FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
Supply voltage
3N~ 400V 50Hz
Nominal cooling capacity
kW
140.0
145.0
150.0
Nominal heating capacity
kW
155.0
160.0
165.0
EER (cooling mode)
3.33
3.32
3.37
COP (heating mode)
3.98
3.98
4.01
Colour (Munsell code)
Natural grey (1.0Y 8.5/0.5)
Sound pressure level (Night mode)
dB
67 (62)
67 (62)
67 (62)
Outer
dimensions
mm
1720 x 3670 x 765
1720 x 3670 x 765
1720 x 3670 x 765
Weight (net)
kg
295 + 315 +315
295 + 315 +315
315 + 315 + 315
Weight (gross)
kg
315 + 335 + 335
315 + 335 + 335
335 + 335 + 335
Height x Width x Depth
Refrigerant
R410A
Flow control
Expansion valve controlled by microcomputer
Compressor
Hermetic (Scroll)
E656DHD + E655DH +
E656DHD + E855DH +
E656DHD + E855DH
E656DHD + E655DH +
E656DHD + E855DH +
E656DHD + E855DH
E656DHD + E855DH +
E656DHD + E855DH +
E656DHD + E855DH
1+1+1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1+1+1
1+1+1+1+1+1
kW
4.8 (4) + 4.4 (2) + 6.0 (4) +
5.6 (2) + 6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2)
6.0 (4) + 4.4 (2) + 6.0 (4) +
5.6 (2) + 6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2)
6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2) + 6.0 (4) +
5.6 (2) + 6.0 (4) + 5.6 (2)
L/Unit
23.7
Model
Quantity
Motor power (Poles)
Refrigerant oil
Type
FVC68D
Load
23.7
Heat exchanger
Multi-pass finned tube
Condenser fan
Propeller fan
Quantity
Air flow speed
Motor power (Poles)
23.7
3
3
3
m3/min
195 + 195 + 195
195 + 195 + 195
195 + 195 + 195
kW
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8) + 0.66 (8)
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat pump system (2 pipes)
Liquid
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
Gas
mm
(in.)
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
ø19.05 (3/4)
(ø19.05 (3/4) - ø22.2 (7/8))
mm
(in.)
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
ø38.1 (1-1/2)
(ø38.1 (1-1/2) - ø41.3
(1-5/8))
mm
(in.)
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
ø31.75 (1-1/4)
(ø31.75 (1-1/4) - ø34.9
(1-3/8))
Refrigerant charge
kg
30.0
30.0
31.5
Approximate packaging measurements
m3
—
—
—
Size of pipes for outdoor unit: heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Liquid
Gas
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¿ CH-(6.0-10.0)N1
MODEL
CH-6.0N1
CH-10.0N1
HP
CV ≤ 6
6 < CV ≤ 10
Maximum number of indoor units
–
7
8
Electricity demand
W
20
20
Rated power
Outer dimensions
Height
mm
191
Width
mm
301
Length
mm
214
Net weight
kg
7
Refrigerant
–
R410A (Factory-charged corrosion-proof nitrogen)
Refrigerant pipe connections
–
Flared connections and/or Flange (Factory-supplied)
Refrigerant lines from the outdoor unit*
Flared connections with nuts
Liquid line
–
-
Low pressure
mm (in)
Ø15.88 (5/8) - Ø19.05 (3/4)
Ø19.05 (34/) - Ø22.2 (7/8)
High pressure
mm (in)
Ø12.7 (1/2) - Ø15.88 (5/8)
Ø15.88 (5/8) - Ø19.05 (3/4)
Gas line
Refrigerant lines from the indoor unit*
Liquid line
–
Gas line
mm (in)
55
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Ø12.7 (1/2) - Ø15.88 (5/8)
Ø19.05 (34/) - Ø22.2 (7/8)
3
3 General data
3.2 Component data
3.2.1 Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN
RAS-(8-14)FSXN
PART
MODEL
RAS-8FSXN
Type
RAS-10FSXN
Outer diameter
Copper
mm
Rows of tubes
No. of tubes in the evaporator
7
7
7
7
2
2
2
2
136
136
136
136
Fin material
Aluminium
Space between fins
mm
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
Maximum operating pressure
MPa
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
m2
2.47
2.47
2.47
2.84
1
1
1
Total front area
No. of evaporators per unit
1
Fan type
Large diameter fan (propeller)
Fans per unit
Fan
1
1
1
1
mm
644
644
644
644
Rotational speed
rpm
750
825
850
930
Nominal air flow
m3/min
155
170
175
195
Outer diameter
Shell
Splash-proof
Starting
Motor
RAS-14FSXN
Multi-pass finned tube
Tube material
Heat exchanger
RAS-12FSXN
Direct current control
Rated power
W
330
440
490
660
Quantity
1
1
1
1
Insulation class
E
E
E
E
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RAS-(16-22)FSXN
PART
MODEL
RAS-16FSXN
Type
RAS-18FSXN
Outer diameter
Copper
mm
Rows of tubes
No. of tubes in the evaporator
7
7
7
2
3
2+2
2+2
136
204
136+136
136+136
Aluminium
Space between fins
mm
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
Maximum operating pressure
MPa
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
m2
2.84
2.84
2.47+2.47
2.47+2.84
1
1
2
2
No. of evaporators per unit
Fan type
Large diameter fan (propeller)
Fans per unit
1
1
2
2
Outer diameter
mm
644
644
644+644
644+644
Rotational speed
rpm
930
930
750+850
750+930
Nominal air flow
m3/min
195
195
155+175
155+195
Shell
Splash-proof
Starting
Motor
7
Fin material
Total front area
Fan
RAS-22FSXN
Multi-pass finned tube
Tube material
Heat exchanger
RAS-20FSXN
Direct current control
Rated power
W
660
660
330+490
330+660
Quantity
1
1
2
2
Insulation class
E
E
E+E
E+E
RAS-24FSXN
RAS-26FSXN
RAS-28FSXN
RAS-30FSXN
RAS-(24-30)FSXN
PART
MODEL
Type
Multi-pass finned tube
Tube material
Outer diameter
Copper
mm
Rows of tubes
No. of tubes in the evaporator
Heat exchanger
7
7
7
7
2+2
2+2
2+2
2+2
136+136
136+136
136+136
136+136
Fin material
Aluminium
Space between fins
mm
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
Maximum operating pressure
MPa
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
m2
2.47+2.84
2.47+2.84
2.84+2.84
2.84+2.84
2
2
2
2
Total front area
No. of evaporators per unit
Fan type
Large diameter fan (propeller)
Fans per unit
Fan
2
2
2
2
Outer diameter
mm
644+644
644+644
644+644
644+644
Rotational speed
rpm
825+930
850+930
930+930
930+930
Nominal air flow
m3/min
170+195
175+195
195+195
195+195
Shell
Splash-proof
Starting
Motor
Direct current control
Rated power
W
Quantity
Insulation class
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440+660
490+660
660+660
660+660
2
2
2
2
E+E
E+E
E+E
E+E
3
3 General data
RAS-(32-38)FSXN
PART
MODEL
RAS-32FSXN
Type
RAS-34FSXN
Outer diameter
Copper
mm
Rows of tubes
No. of tubes in the evaporator
7
7
7
2+2
2+3
3+3
2+2+2
136+136
136+204
204+204
136+136+136
Aluminium
Space between fins
mm
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
Maximum operating pressure
MPa
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
m2
2.84+2.84
2.84+2.84
2.84+2.84
2.47+2.47+2.84
2
2
2
3
No. of evaporators per unit
Fan type
Large diameter fan (propeller)
Fans per unit
2
2
2
3
Outer diameter
mm
644+644
644+644
644+644
644+644+644
Rotational speed
rpm
930+930
930+930
930+930
850+850+930
Nominal air flow
m3/min
195+195
195+195
195+195
175+175+195
Shell
Splash-proof
Starting
Motor
7
Fin material
Total front area
Fan
RAS-38FSXN
Multi-pass finned tube
Tube material
Heat exchanger
RAS-36FSXN
Direct current control
Rated power
W
Quantity
Insulation class
660+660
660+660
660+660
490+490+660
2
2
2
3
E+E
E+E
E+E
E+E+E
RAS-40FSXN
RAS-42FSXN
RAS-44FSXN
RAS-46FSXN
RAS-(40-46)FSXN
PART
MODEL
Type
Multi-pass finned tube
Tube material
Outer diameter
Copper
mm
Rows of tubes
No. of tubes in the evaporator
Heat exchanger
7
7
7
7
2+2+2
2+2+3
2+2+3
2+2+3
136+136+136
136+136+204
136+136+204
136+136+204
Fin material
Aluminium
Space between fins
mm
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
Maximum operating pressure
MPa
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
m2
2.47+2.47+2.84
2.47+2.47+2.84
2.47+2.84+2.84
2.47+2.84+2.84
3
3
3
3
Total front area
No. of evaporators per unit
Fan type
Large diameter fan (propeller)
Fans per unit
Fan
3
3
3
3
Outer diameter
mm
644+644+644
644+644+644
644+644+644
644+644+644
Rotational speed
rpm
850+850+930
850+850+930
850+930+930
850+930+930
Nominal air flow
m3/min
175+175+195
175+175+195
175+195+195
175+195+195
Shell
Splash-proof
Starting
Motor
Direct current control
Rated power
W
Quantity
Insulation class
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490+490+660
490+660+660
490+660+660
3
3
3
3
E+E+E
E+E+E
E+E+E
E+E+E
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RAS-(48-54)FSXN
PART
MODEL
RAS-48FSXN
Type
RAS-50FSXN
Outer diameter
Copper
mm
Rows of tubes
No. of tubes in the evaporator
7
7
7
2+3+3
2+3+3
2+3+3
3+3+3
136+204+204
136+204+204
204+204+204
Aluminium
Space between fins
mm
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
Maximum operating pressure
MPa
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
m2
2.47+2.84+2.84
2.84+2.84+2.84
2.84+2.84+2.84
2.84+2.84+2.84
3
3
3
3
No. of evaporators per unit
Fan type
Large diameter fan (propeller)
Fans per unit
3
3
3
3
Outer diameter
mm
644+644+644
644+644+644
644+644+644
644+644+644
Rotational speed
rpm
850+930+930
930+930+930
930+930+930
930+930+930
Nominal air flow
m3/min
175+195+195
195+195+195
195+195+195
195+195+195
Shell
Splash-proof
Starting
Motor
7
136+204+204
Fin material
Total front area
Fan
RAS-54FSXN
Multi-pass finned tube
Tube material
Heat exchanger
RAS-52FSXN
Direct current control
Rated power
W
Quantity
Insulation class
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660+660+660
660+660+660
660+660+660
3
3
3
3
E+E+E
E+E+E
E+E+E
E+E+E
3
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3.3 Electrical data
3.3.1 Considerations
Key:
• U: power supply.
• PH: phase.
• f: frequency.
• STC: start-up current.
• RNC: operating current.
• IPT: total input power.
• MC: maximum current.
NOTE
•
The specifications given in the following tables are subject to change without prior notice.
•
The data is based on the nominal frequency range of the compressor with a combination at 100% of the capacity
of the indoor units.
•
This data is based on the same conditions of nominal cooling and heating capacity.
•
The compressor is started up by an inverter, so the start-up current is extremely low.
3.3.2 Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN
Main unit power supply
Model
U (V)
PH
f (Hz)
Applicable voltage
Max. U
(V)
Min. U
(V)
Cooling
STC
Heating
IPT (kW)
RNC (A)
IPT (kW)
RNC (A)
MC (A)
RAS-8FSXN
8
9.3
5.82
9.6
6.00
12
RAS-10FSXN
8
11.9
7.39
12.3
7.66
16
RAS-12FSXN
8
15.7
9.82
16.7
10.42
22
RAS-14FSXN
95
20.2
12.31
18.8
11.57
26
RAS-16FSXN
95
22.6
13.93
20.8
12.82
29
RAS-18FSXN
113
24.1
14.84
23.8
14.70
31
RAS-20FSXN
24
25.0
15.64
26.5
16.54
34
RAS-22FSXN
106
27.7
17.00
27.6
17.06
36
RAS-24FSXN
111
33.3
20.47
32.2
19.94
43
RAS-26FSXN
114
35.1
21.58
35.5
21.99
46
RAS-28FSXN
118
40.4
24.62
37.6
23.14
53
RAS-30FSXN
122
42.8
26.24
39.6
24.39
56
122
45.2
27.86
41.6
25.64
59
RAS-34FSXN
140
46.7
28.77
44.6
27.52
61
RAS-36FSXN
144
48.2
29.68
47.6
29.40
63
RAS-38FSXN
133
53.6
33.12
49.0
30.47
70
RAS-40FSXN
133
54.0
33.57
54.2
33.66
70
RAS-42FSXN
151
57.2
35.52
58.2
36.20
76
RAS-44FSXN
155
62.0
38.20
60.4
37.35
81
RAS-46FSXN
160
67.6
41.78
63.1
39.04
88
RAS-48FSXN
163
67.9
41.93
64.8
40.15
88
RAS-50FSXN
167
68.4
41.99
63.2
38.97
89
RAS-52FSXN
172
70.8
43.61
65.2
40.22
92
RAS-54FSXN
176
72.3
44.52
66.6
41.10
94
RAS-32FSXN
400
3N~
50
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4. System selection procedure
Index
4.1
4.2
Selection guide...........................................................................................................................
Selection procedure...................................................................................................................
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4.2.2
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Cooling mode................................................................................................................................
Heating mode................................................................................................................................
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Nominal cooling capacity tables.................................................................................................
Nominal heating capacity tables.................................................................................................
Outdoor unit capacity with total horsepower of combined indoor unit........................................
Tables for 100% combination cooling capacity...........................................................................
Tables for 100% combination heating capacity..........................................................................
71
95
120
136
145
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
Correction factor depending on the pipe length.........................................................................
Correction factor depending on defrost......................................................................................
Sensible heat factor (SHF).........................................................................................................
Compatibility...............................................................................................................................
158
162
163
165
4.11.1
Examples of different H-LINK and H-LINK II systems................................................................... 165
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4.1 Selection guide
The following procedure describes an example of the parameters, the necessary steps and the values to be considered to
select the most suitable FSXN outdoor unit from the SET FREE series.
Considering the disposition of the building, the indoor units and the distribution of the air and refrigerant flow, the unit whose
characteristics make it the most efficient and offer a greater level of comfort will be selected.
The location of the outdoor unit must take into account the ease of access for installation and maintenance work.
The “total reduced capacity of the outdoor unit” is the result of the wide range of operation capacity control available in
SET FREE systems. This capacity means that the outdoor unit selects from a total maximum power (HP) combination of
130% and a total minimum power (HP) combination of 50% by combining indoor units in comparison with the capacity of
the outdoor unit.
The possibilities of the FSXN series are shown in the following table:
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit model
Minimum combination capacity (HP)
Maximum combination capacity (HP)
Combination quantity
Minimum individual
operation capacity
(HP)
RAS-8FSXN
4.0
10.4
2 to 13
0.8
RAS-10FSXN
5.0
13.0
2 to 16
0.8
RAS-12FSXN
6.0
15.6
2 to 19
0.8
RAS-14FSXN
7.0
18.2
2 to 23
0.8
RAS-16FSXN
8.0
20.8
2 to 26
0.8
RAS-18FSXN
9.0
23.4
2 to 26
0.8
RAS-20FSXN
10.0
26.0
2 to 33
0.8
RAS-22FSXN
11.0
28.6
2 to 36
0.8
RAS-24FSXN
12.0
31.2
2 to 40
0.8
RAS-26FSXN
13.0
33.8
2 to 43
0.8
RAS-28FSXN
14.0
36.4
2 to 47
0.8
RAS-30FSXN
15.0
39.0
2 to 50
0.8
RAS-32FSXN
16.0
41.6
2 to 53
0.8
RAS-34FSXN
17.0
44.2
2 to 56
0.8
RAS-36FSXN
18.0
46.8
2 to 59
0.8
RAS-38FSXN
19.0
49.4
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-40FSXN
20.0
52.0
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-42FSXN
21.0
54.6
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-44FSXN
22.0
57.2
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-46FSXN
23.0
59.8
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-48FSXN
24.0
62.4
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-50FSXN
25.0
65.0
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-52FSXN
26.0
67.6
2 to 64
0.8
RAS-54FSXN
27.0
70.2
2 to 64
0.8
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Connection capacity: from 50% to 130%.
NOTE
1
For systems with all the indoor units operated simultaneously, the total capacity of the indoor units must be
equal to or less than the capacity of the outdoor unit. Otherwise, it may perform poorly or have a narrow working
range when overloaded.
2
For systems with indoor units not operated simultaneously, the total capacity of the indoor units is available
up to 130% of the capacity of the outdoor unit.
3
If the system is used in cold areas (the ambient temperature reaches -10 °C) or in warm areas, the total capacity
of the indoor units must be less than 100% of the capacity of the outdoor unit and the refrigerant pipe length
less than 300 m.
4
The indoor units of 0.4 and 1.0 HP are set for a greater air flow in comparison with the bigger units of 1.5 HP.
Do not install these units in places where cold air currents can occur during the heating operation. Determine
the application and installation environment carefully.
This concept allows the outdoor unit to have a 30% lower capacity compared to other air conditioning systems, in the case
of combinations with a total power of 130%. This possibility is shown in the following example:
F
10
G
I
H
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2
= 13
W
E
J
E: capacity of indoor units, eastern area (6 HP).
F: eastern area load.
G: total load.
H: western area load.
I: load.
J: time.
W: capacity of indoor units, western area (7 HP).
NOTE
All the numeric values indicate horse power (HP).
The diagram represents installation in a typical building, with a peak morning heat load in the eastern area -A- equivalent
to a unit of 6 HP. In the evening there is a heat load peak in the western area -B- equivalent to a unit of 7 HP. Therefore, a
conventional system for the eastern and western areas (-A- + -B-) needs a total installation of 6 HP + 7 HP = 13 HP.
The maximum simultaneous load for the whole building -C- occurs at midday and is equivalent to a capacity of 10 HP. A
SET FREE FSXN system with a capacity of 10 HP can be selected, which can be directed towards the east or west,
depending on the system controls.
NOTE
The maximum loads required in the eastern and western area must not be simultaneous.
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The total combined power is calculated with the following formula:
Total combined power = (Total power of the indoor units / Power of the outdoor unit) x 100
According to the data in the example:
Total combined power = (13 HP / 10 HP) x 100 = 130%
Power adjustment of indoor units using the DIP switch
In some situations, it is handy to be able to adjust the capacity of the indoor units to adapt them to actual installation
requirements.
The power of each indoor unit in the SYSTEM FREE range can be precisely adjusted using a DIP switch located on the
circuit board.
The DIP switch allows for more precise on-site adjustments to be made to the installation after mounting is complete, during
start-up or at any time, optimising the total performance of the system.
Example of power adjustment on indoor units using the DIP switch
Power (HP)
1.3
Variable capacity
1.5
Application on models
Adjustment of DIP
switch (DSW3)
1.8
1.3
2.0
RPI(M), RCI(M), RCD, RPK, RPF(I)
Factory setting
Adjusted
power
2.3
1.8
RPI, RCI, RCD, RPK, RPC
Factory setting
Adjusted
power
2.5
2.3
RPI, RCI, RCD, RPC
Factory setting
Adjusted
power
NOTE
The nominal cooling and heating capacity is the combined capacity of the SET FREE system and is based on
Standard EN14511.
Temperature conditio ns
Cooling
Inlet air temperature in the indoor
heat exchanger
27 °C DB
Inlet air temperature in the outdoor
heat exchanger
•
Piping length: 7.5 m. Piping height: 0 m.
•
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
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19 °C WB
7 °C DB
35 °C DB
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4.2 Selection procedure
To continue with the example proposed, we will assume the installation of a system made up of a variety of rooms with
different cooling loads and temperature conditions required, which are shown below:
Temperature conditions
Cooling
Inlet air temperature in the indoor heat
exchanger
27 °C DB
Heating
20 °C DB
19 °C WB
Inlet air temperature in the outdoor heat
exchanger
1 °C DB
30 °C DB
0 °C WB
NOTE
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
Total load for each room
Concept
Estimated refrigerant charge
Estimated heating load
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5
Room 6
Total
(kW)
4.24
2.80
5.35
6.36
8.48
10.6
Sensible
(kW)
3.09
2.00
3.90
4.64
6.19
7.73
Total
(kW)
4.77
3.10
6.00
7.16
9.54
11.9
NOTE
•
In this example the maximum loads required shall not be simultaneous (-C- in the image in the previous chapter).
•
The maximum loads required in rooms 1, 2 and 3 (eastern area) will occur in the morning.
•
The maximum load required in rooms 4, 5 and 6 (western area) will occur in the afternoon.
Heat pump system (2 pipes)
•
•
Equivalent piping length between outdoor unit and indoor units: 60 m.
Piping height: -20 m.
NOTE
The outdoor unit has been deemed to be in a higher position than the indoor units. Therefore, when necessary,
consult chapter Correction factor depending on the pipe length, see on page 158, so you can use the adequate
correction factor if the difference in height between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit is positive (+H).
Initial pre-selection
Taking into account the aforementioned possibilities of the SET FREE system, the capacities of the indoor units that needed
it were adjusted using the DIP switch (DSW3).
Concept
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5
Room 6
Model selected
RPK-2.0
FSN(H)2M (set
to 1.8)
RPIM-1.5
FSN2E(-DU)
(set to 1.3)
RPI-2.0
FSN2E
RCD-2.5
FSN2 (set to
2.3)
RCI-4.0
FSN2E
RPI-5.0
FSN2E
Nominal refrigeration load (kW)
5.2
3.8
5.6
6.7
11.2
14.0
Nominal heating load (kW)
5.6
4.2
6.3
7.5
12.5
16.0
The pre-selected capacity of the different indoor units was not the one the immediately above so as to apply a safety factor,
considering the different existing correction factors, which will lessen the capacity.
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To determine the nominal cooling and heating capacity, consult chapters Nominal cooling capacity tables, see on page
71 and Nominal heating capacity tables, see on page 95, respectively, taking into account the temperature condition and
the total combined power.
NOTE
•
If the air inlet temperature for the indoor unit, or for the outdoor unit, is not in the capacity tables, carry out an
interpolation using the values immediately above and below.
•
If the total combined power does not appear in the capacity tables (for example, 114%), carry out an interpolation
using the values immediately above and below (120% and 110%).
Concept
Room 1+2+3+4+5+6
Most suitable outdoor unit: RAS-16FSXN
Total nominal refrigeration load (kW)
43.7
45.0
Total nominal heating load (kW)
48.6
50.0
14
1.8
1.3
2.0
2.3
E
4.0
4.0
= 15.4
W
E: capacity of indoor units, eastern area (5.1 HP).
W: capacity of indoor units, western area (10.3 HP).
NOTE
All the numeric values indicate horse power (HP).
For this example we have considered six different indoor units (RPK-2.0FSN(H)2M, RPIM-1.5FSN2E(-DU), RPI-2.0FSN2E,
RCD-2.5FSN2, RCI-4.0FSN2E and RPI-5.0FSN2E) to show how the election of the indoor unit can affect the different
factors presented in this chapter.
The resulting total power of the indoor units is 16.4 HP. The outdoor unit with the power immediately above is the 18 HP
model, but the option “reduced total capacity of the outdoor unit” allows the 14 HP model to be selected.
The total combined power is calculated with the following formula:
Total combined power = (Total power of the indoor units / Power of the outdoor unit) x 100
According to the data in the example:
Total combined power = (16.4 HP / 16 HP) x 100 = 102%
The next step consists of the correction of the capacity calculated, using the different correction factors indicated in the
following chapters.
4.2.1 Cooling mode
Cooling capacity correction
The actual cooling capacity of the pre-selected outdoor unit must be calculated applying the following equation and the
necessary correction factors:
QC = QMC x fLC
QC: corrected cooling capacity of the outdoor unit (kW).
QMC: nominal cooling capacity of the outdoor unit (kW).
fLC: refrigerant pipe length correction factor.
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The maximum cooling capacity (QMC) of the selected unit is 40.67 kW.
Calculation of f LC: both the length of the refrigerant pipe used and the difference in height between the outdoor unit and
the indoor units directly affect unit output. This concept is quantified using the pipe length correction factor.
To determine this value see chapter Correction factor depending on the pipe length, see on page 158, where you can see
that for the characteristics of our example (pipe length of 50 m and difference in height between the outdoor unit and the
indoor units of 20 m) the correction factor of the refrigerant pipe length for cooling mode is approximately 0.87.
Once the applicable correction factors have been determined, the cooling capacity correction equation can be calculated:
QC = 4.0.67 kW x 0.87 = 35.38 kW
Current cooling capacity of the outdoor unit
The cooling capacity data for the unit selected, obtained from the table in chapter Nominal cooling capacity tables, see on
page 71, is calculated based on a relative humidity of 50%, which means that an indoor air inlet temperature of 19 °C WB
corresponds to a temperature of 27 °C DB.
4
NOTE
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
Nevertheless, the difference between the dry bulb indoor air inlet temperature required by the system (28 °C) and the dry
bulb air inlet temperature recorded in the cooling capacity data (27 °C) requires an adjustment of the capacity. The following
equation was used to apply this adjustment.
QAC = QC + (CR x (DBR – DB))
QAC: current cooling capacity of the outdoor unit (kW).
QC: corrected cooling capacity of the outdoor unit (kW).
CR: correction rate due to humidity.
DBR: actual dry bulb temperature of the evaporator (°C).
DB: dry bulb temperature of the evaporator (°C) for each wet bulb temperature in the table (RH= 50%)
Calculation of CR: the correction rate due to humidity is obtained from the table in chapter Nominal cooling capacity
tables, see on page 71. This factor corrects the sensible heat capacity of the unit according to the relative humidity of the
air entering the indoor unit. The greater the relative humidity, the lower the sensible heat capacity, and vice versa.
The correction rate (CR) for the unit selected is 0.74.
Once the applicable correction factors have been determined, the current cooling capacity correction equation can be
calculated for the outdoor unit:
QAC = 33.38 kW + (1.14 x (28 – 27)) = 36.52 kW
Cooling capacity of each indoor unit
Once the current cooling capacity of the outdoor unit is known, the cooling capacity of each indoor unit must be calculated,
according to the following equation:
QCI = QAC x (QNCI / QNCC)
QCI: cooling capacity of each indoor unit.
QAC: current cooling capacity of the outdoor unit (kW).
QNCI: nominal cooling capacity of the indoor unit (kW).
QNCC: nominal cooling capacity of the combination (kW).
RPK-2.0FSN(H)2M (set to 1.8)
36.52 kW × (1.49 kW / (1.34 kW + 0.97 kW + 1.49 kW + 1.72 HP +2.98 kW + 3.73 kW)) = 4.44 kW.
RPIM-1.5FSN2E(-DU) (set to 1.3)
36.52 kW × (0.97 kW / (1.34 kW + 0.97 kW + 1.49 kW + 1.72 HP +2.98 kW + 3.73 kW)) = 2.89 kW.
RPI-2.0FSN2E
36.52 kW × (1.49 kW / (1.34 kW + 0.97 kW + 1.49 kW + 1.72 HP +2.98 kW + 3.73 kW)) = 4.44 kW.
RCD-2.5FSN2 (set to 2.3)
36.52 kW × (1.86 kW / (1.34 kW + 0.97 kW + 1.49 kW + 1.72 HP +2.98 kW + 3.73 kW)) = 5.55 kW.
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RCI-4.0FSN2E
36.52 kW × (2.98 kW / (1.34 kW + 0.97 kW + 1.49 kW + 1.72 HP +2.98 kW + 3.73 kW)) = 8.89 kW.
RPI-5.0FSN2E
36.52 kW × (3.73 kW / (1.34 kW + 0.97 kW + 1.49 kW + 1.72 HP +2.98 kW + 3.73 kW)) = 11.13 kW.
Sensible heat capacity (SHC)
The requirements of the system specify a sensible heat load for each indoor unit. Once the cooling capacity of the indoor
units has been calculated, the sensible heat capacity can be calculated using the following equation:
SHC = QCI x SHF
SHC: sensible heat capacity (kW).
QCI: cooling capacity of each indoor unit.
SHF: sensible heat factor.
Calculation of SHF: To determine the sensible heat factor SHF (sensible heat index in relation to the total), consult the
table in chapter Sensible heat factor (SHF), see on page 163, which shows the different values for the different indoor units
at each of the three possible fan speeds (high, medium and low). The value used is the one corresponding to the high fan
speed.
Consulting the table we obtain the following values:
SHFRPK-2.0FSN(H)2M (set to 1.8) = 0.72.
SHFRPIM-1.5FSN2E(-DU) (set to 1.3) = 0.71.
SHFRPI-2.0FSN2E = 0.76.
SHFRCD-2.5FSN2 (set to 2.3) = 0.75.
SHFRCI-4.0FSN2E = 0.78.
SHFRPI-5.0FSN2E = 0.72.
Once the applicable values have been determined, the sensible heat capacity (SHC) equation can be calculated:
SHCRPK-2.0FSN(H)2M (set to 1.8) = 4.44 x 0.72 = 3.19 kW
SHCRPIM-1.5FSN2E(-DU) (set to 1.3) = 2.89 x 0.71 = 2.05 kW
SHCRPI-2.0FSN2E = 4.44 x 0.76 = 3.37 kW
SHCRCD-2.5FSN2 (set to 2.3) = 5.55 x 0.75 = 4.16 kW
SHCRCI-4.0FSN2E = 8.89 x 0.78 = 6.93 kW
SHCRPI-5.0FSN2E = 11.13 x 0.72 = 8.01 kW
The cooling mode results are the following:
Total load for each room
Concept
Model selected
Estimated cooling load
Corrected cooling load
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5
Room 6
RPK-2.0
FSN(H)2M
(set to 1.8)
RPIM-1.5
FSN2E(DU) (set to
1.3)
RPI-2.0
FSN2E
RCD-2.5
FSN2 (set
to 2.3)
RCI-4.0
FSN2E
RPI-5.0
FSN2E
Total
(kW)
4.24
2.80
5.35
6.36
8.48
10.6
Sensible
(kW)
3.09
2.00
3.90
4.64
6.19
7.73
Total
(kW)
4.44
2.89
4.44
5.55
8.89
11.13
Sensible
(kW)
3.24
2.10
3.24
4.05
6.48
8.12
As you can see, the values of the total and sensible corrected cooling capacity are greater than the value of the estimated
cooling load for the different rooms. Therefore, the pre-selected outdoor unit can be seen to meet the minimum cooling
requirements established for the system.
NOTE
Where the actual cooling capacity calculated (total or sensible) is lower than that supplied by the pre-selected unit,
the calculation must be made once again using the immediately superior unit.
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4.2.2 Heating mode
Consulting the initial pre-selection section in chapter Selection procedure, see on page 65, where you can see the nominal
heating capacities selected for each room and the capacity of the outdoor unit at a total combined power of 110%, it is
obtained that the total power of the indoor units is 48.6 HP.
Concept
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5
Room 6
Model selected
RPK-2.0
FSN(H)2M (set
to 1.8)
RPIM-1.5
FSN2E(-DU)
(set to 1.3)
RPI-2.0
FSN2E
RCD-2.5
FSN2 (set to
2.3)
RCI-4.0
FSN2E
RPI-5.0
FSN2E
Nominal heating load (kW)
6.3
4.8
6.3
8.5
12.5
16
Heating capacity correction
The actual heating capacity of the pre-selected outdoor unit must be calculated applying the following equation with the
necessary correction factors:
QH = QMH x fLC x fD
QH: corrected heating capacity of the outdoor unit (kW)
4
QMH: nominal heating capacity of the outdoor unit (kW)
fLH: refrigerant pipe length correction factor.
fD: defrost correction factor.
The maximum heating capacity (QMH) of the selected unit is 44.67 kW.
Calculation of f LH: both the length of the refrigerant pipe used and the difference in height between the outdoor unit and
the indoor units directly affect unit output. This concept is quantified using the pipe length correction factor.
To determine this value see chapter Correction factor depending on the pipe length, see on page 158, where you can see
that for the characteristics of our example (pipe length of 50 m and difference in height between the outdoor unit and the
indoor units of 20 m) the correction factor of the refrigerant pipe length for heating mode is approximately 0.93.
Calculation of fD: in situations where the ambient temperature is lower than 7 °C DB, frost may occur in the heat exchanger.
In this case, the heating capacity of the unit decreases due to the time it needs to remove the accumulation of ice.
The defrost correction factor considers this time and corrects the heating capacity. To calculate the correction factor, consult
chapter Correction factor depending on defrost, see on page 162, which shows a table with different values for fD according
to the ambient temperature (°C DB). If the correction factor for a certain ambient temperature, for example 5 °C DB, does
not appear in the table, carry out an interpolation between the immediately higher and lower values.
For the current example, the resulting defrost correction factor is 0.90.
NOTE
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
Once the applicable correction factors have been determined, the heating capacity correction equation can be calculated:
QC = 44.67 kW x 0.93 x 0.90 = 37.38 kW
Heating capacity of each indoor unit
Once the current heating capacity of the outdoor unit is known, the heating capacity of each indoor unit must be calculated,
according to the following equation:
QHI = QAH x (QNHI / QNHC)
QHI: heating capacity of each indoor unit.
QAH: current heating capacity of the outdoor unit (kW)
QNHI: nominal heating capacity of the indoor unit (kW).
QNHC: nominal heating capacity of the combination (kW).
RPK-2.0FSN(H)2M (set to 1.8)
37.38 kW × (4.18 kW / (4.18 kW + 3.13 kW + 4.7 kW + 5.59 kW + 9.32 kW + 11.93 kW)) = 4.02 kW.
RPIM-1.5FSN2E(-DU) (set to 1.3)
37.38 kW × (3.13 kW / (4.18 kW + 3.13 kW + 4.7 kW + 5.59 kW + 9.32 kW + 11.93 kW)) = 3.01 kW.
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RPI-2.0FSN2E
37.38 kW × (4.7 kW / (4.18 kW + 3.13 kW + 4.7 kW + 5.59 kW + 9.32 kW + 11.93 kW)) = 4.52 kW.
RCD-2.5FSN2 (set to 2.3)
37.38 kW × (5.59 kW / (4.18 kW + 3.13 kW + 4.7 kW + 5.59 kW + 9.32 kW + 11.93 kW)) = 5.37 kW.
RCI-4.0FSN2E
37.38 kW × (9.32 kW / (4.18 kW + 3.13 kW + 4.7 kW + 5.59 kW + 9.32 kW +11.93 kW)) = 8.96 kW.
RPI-5.0FSN2E
37.38 kW × (11.93 kW / (4.18 kW + 3.13 kW + 4.7 kW + 5.59 kW + 9.32 kW + 11.93 kW)) = 11.47 kW.
The heating mode results are the following:
Total load for each room
Concept
Model selected
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5
Room 6
RPK-2.0
FSN(H)2M
(set to 1.8)
RPIM-1.5
FSN2E(DU) (set to
1.3)
RPI-2.0
FSN2E
RCD-2.5
FSN2 (set
to 2.3)
RCI-4.0
FSN2E
RPI-5.0
FSN2E
Estimated heating load
Total
(kW)
4.24
2.80
5.35
6.36
8.48
10.6
Corrected heating load
Total
(kW)
4.02
3.01
4.52
5.37
8.96
11.47
As you can see, the values of the total corrected heating capacity are greater than the value of the estimated heating load
for the different rooms. Therefore, the outdoor unit can be seen to meet the minimum heating requirements established for
the system.
NOTE
Where the actual heating capacity calculated is lower than that supplied by the selected unit, the calculation must
be made once again using the immediately superior unit.
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4.3 Nominal cooling capacity tables
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0
20
40
50
60
80
100
120
130
140
The following charts and tables show the characteristics of outdoor unit capacity in cooling mode which corresponds with
total horsepower of combined indoor unit, on standard condition with refrigerant piping of horizontal and 7.5m at length.
Indoor Air Inlet Temperature:
27.0°C DB (80.0°F DB)
19.0°C WB (66.2°F WB)
Outdoor Air Inlet Temperature:
35.0°C DB (95.0°F DB)
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DB: Dry bulb
WB: Wet bulb
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1,12
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0,96
0,89
1,00
0,91
1,04
0,92
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,94
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,09
0,97
1,11
0,98
1,13
0,98
34
0,80
0,92
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,04
0,99
1,09
1,00
1,10
1,01
1,12
1,02
35
0,80
0,94
0,86
0,95
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,04
1,01
1,09
1,02
1,10
1,03
1,11
1,04
36
0,80
0,96
0,86
0,98
0,95
1,02
0,99
1,02
1,02
1,03
1,06
1,04
1,08
1,05
1,09
1,06
38
0,79
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,93
1,07
0,96
1,07
0,99
1,08
1,02
1,08
1,03
1,09
1,04
1,09
40
0,77
1,07
0,83
1,09
0,91
1,12
0,93
1,12
0,96
1,12
0,98
1,12
0,99
1,12
1,00
1,12
74
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-16FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,88
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,80
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,91
30
0,80
0,84
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,92
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,93
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,12
0,97
34
0,80
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,07
1,01
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
35
0,80
0,95
0,86
0,97
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,03
1,08
1,03
1,09
1,03
36
0,80
0,97
0,85
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,04
1,04
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
40
0,76
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,92
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,95
1,09
75
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-18FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,87
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,15
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,87
0,79
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,15
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,87
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,15
0,87
25
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,81
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,90
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,81
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,92
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,93
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,89
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,12
0,97
34
0,81
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,07
1,00
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
35
0,81
0,95
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,02
1,08
1,02
1,09
1,02
36
0,80
0,97
0,86
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,04
1,04
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
40
0,76
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,92
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,09
76
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-20FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,85
1,15
0,86
12
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,85
1,15
0,86
14
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,85
1,15
0,86
16
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,15
0,87
18
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,15
0,87
20
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,79
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,85
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,88
22
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,80
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,85
1,04
0,87
1,09
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
24
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,81
0,95
0,85
1,00
0,87
1,04
0,88
1,09
0,89
1,12
0,90
1,14
0,90
25
0,80
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,95
0,86
1,00
0,87
1,04
0,89
1,09
0,90
1,12
0,90
1,14
0,91
26
0,80
0,81
0,86
0,82
0,95
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
28
0,80
0,83
0,86
0,84
0,95
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,09
0,93
1,12
0,93
1,14
0,94
30
0,80
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,95
0,90
1,00
0,92
1,04
0,93
1,09
0,95
1,12
0,95
1,14
0,95
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,89
0,95
0,94
1,00
0,95
1,04
0,96
1,09
0,98
1,11
0,99
1,13
0,99
34
0,80
0,91
0,86
0,92
0,95
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,04
1,00
1,09
1,01
1,11
1,02
1,13
1,02
35
0,80
0,92
0,86
0,94
0,95
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,04
1,01
1,09
1,02
1,11
1,04
1,12
1,04
36
0,80
0,95
0,86
0,97
0,95
1,01
0,99
1,03
1,02
1,04
1,07
1,05
1,09
1,06
1,10
1,06
38
0,79
1,00
0,85
1,02
0,93
1,06
0,96
1,08
1,00
1,08
1,04
1,09
1,05
1,10
1,06
1,10
40
0,78
1,06
0,84
1,08
0,91
1,11
0,94
1,13
0,97
1,13
1,00
1,14
1,02
1,14
1,03
1,14
77
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-22FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,76
0,87
0,78
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,05
0,84
1,11
0,86
1,14
0,87
1,16
0,87
12
0,81
0,76
0,87
0,78
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,05
0,84
1,11
0,86
1,13
0,87
1,16
0,87
14
0,81
0,77
0,87
0,78
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,05
0,85
1,11
0,86
1,13
0,87
1,16
0,87
16
0,81
0,77
0,87
0,78
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,05
0,85
1,11
0,87
1,13
0,87
1,16
0,88
18
0,81
0,77
0,87
0,79
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,85
1,05
0,86
1,11
0,88
1,13
0,88
1,16
0,89
20
0,81
0,78
0,87
0,80
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,85
1,05
0,86
1,11
0,88
1,13
0,89
1,16
0,89
22
0,81
0,79
0,87
0,81
0,96
0,85
1,00
0,86
1,05
0,87
1,11
0,89
1,13
0,90
1,16
0,91
24
0,81
0,80
0,87
0,82
0,96
0,86
1,00
0,87
1,05
0,89
1,11
0,91
1,13
0,91
1,16
0,92
25
0,81
0,81
0,87
0,82
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,11
0,91
1,13
0,92
1,15
0,92
26
0,81
0,82
0,87
0,83
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,89
1,04
0,90
1,11
0,92
1,13
0,93
1,15
0,93
28
0,81
0,84
0,87
0,85
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,91
1,04
0,92
1,11
0,94
1,13
0,95
1,15
0,95
30
0,81
0,86
0,87
0,87
0,96
0,91
1,00
0,92
1,04
0,94
1,11
0,96
1,13
0,97
1,15
0,97
32
0,81
0,89
0,87
0,90
0,96
0,94
1,00
0,95
1,04
0,97
1,11
1,00
1,13
1,00
1,15
1,01
34
0,81
0,92
0,87
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,04
1,00
1,11
1,03
1,12
1,04
1,14
1,05
35
0,81
0,93
0,87
0,95
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,04
1,02
1,11
1,05
1,12
1,05
1,14
1,06
36
0,80
0,96
0,86
0,98
0,95
1,02
0,99
1,03
1,03
1,04
1,09
1,07
1,10
1,08
1,12
1,08
38
0,80
1,02
0,86
1,04
0,94
1,08
0,97
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,05
1,12
1,07
1,12
1,08
1,12
40
0,79
1,08
0,85
1,10
0,93
1,13
0,95
1,15
0,98
1,15
1,02
1,16
1,03
1,16
1,04
1,16
78
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-24FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,80
0,73
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,09
0,82
1,11
0,82
1,14
0,83
12
0,80
0,73
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,09
0,82
1,11
0,82
1,14
0,83
14
0,80
0,74
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,09
0,82
1,11
0,83
1,13
0,83
16
0,80
0,74
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,09
0,83
1,11
0,83
1,13
0,83
18
0,80
0,74
0,85
0,76
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,09
0,84
1,11
0,84
1,13
0,84
20
0,80
0,75
0,85
0,76
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,09
0,84
1,11
0,84
1,13
0,85
22
0,80
0,76
0,85
0,77
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,09
0,85
1,11
0,85
1,13
0,86
24
0,80
0,77
0,85
0,78
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,09
0,87
1,11
0,87
1,13
0,87
25
0,79
0,78
0,85
0,79
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,85
1,04
0,86
1,09
0,87
1,11
0,87
1,13
0,88
26
0,79
0,78
0,85
0,80
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,09
0,88
1,11
0,88
1,13
0,89
28
0,79
0,80
0,85
0,82
0,95
0,86
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,09
0,90
1,11
0,90
1,13
0,91
30
0,79
0,82
0,85
0,84
0,95
0,88
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,90
1,09
0,92
1,11
0,92
1,13
0,93
32
0,79
0,86
0,85
0,87
0,95
0,92
1,00
0,94
1,03
0,94
1,08
0,96
1,10
0,96
1,12
0,97
34
0,79
0,90
0,85
0,91
0,95
0,96
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,98
1,08
0,99
1,09
1,00
1,11
1,00
35
0,79
0,92
0,85
0,93
0,95
0,98
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,00
1,07
1,01
1,09
1,02
1,11
1,02
36
0,79
0,94
0,84
0,96
0,94
1,00
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,06
1,03
1,07
1,04
1,09
1,04
38
0,78
0,99
0,83
1,01
0,92
1,05
0,95
1,06
0,98
1,06
1,02
1,07
1,03
1,08
1,05
1,08
40
0,77
1,04
0,82
1,06
0,90
1,09
0,92
1,10
0,95
1,10
0,98
1,11
1,00
1,11
1,01
1,11
79
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-26FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,75
0,87
0,77
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,13
0,83
1,16
0,84
12
0,81
0,75
0,87
0,77
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,13
0,83
1,16
0,84
14
0,81
0,76
0,87
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,05
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,13
0,84
1,15
0,85
16
0,81
0,76
0,87
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,05
0,82
1,10
0,84
1,13
0,84
1,15
0,85
18
0,81
0,76
0,87
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,05
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,13
0,85
1,15
0,86
20
0,81
0,77
0,87
0,79
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,82
1,05
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,13
0,86
1,15
0,86
22
0,81
0,78
0,87
0,80
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,05
0,84
1,10
0,86
1,13
0,87
1,15
0,87
24
0,81
0,79
0,87
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,13
0,88
1,15
0,89
25
0,81
0,80
0,87
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,85
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,88
1,13
0,88
1,15
0,89
26
0,81
0,81
0,87
0,82
0,96
0,85
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,88
1,10
0,89
1,13
0,90
1,15
0,90
28
0,81
0,83
0,87
0,85
0,96
0,88
1,00
0,89
1,04
0,90
1,10
0,92
1,13
0,92
1,15
0,93
30
0,81
0,86
0,87
0,87
0,96
0,90
1,00
0,91
1,04
0,92
1,10
0,94
1,13
0,94
1,15
0,95
32
0,81
0,89
0,87
0,91
0,96
0,94
1,00
0,95
1,04
0,96
1,10
0,98
1,12
0,98
1,14
0,99
34
0,81
0,93
0,87
0,95
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,04
0,99
1,09
1,02
1,11
1,02
1,12
1,03
35
0,81
0,95
0,87
0,97
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,04
1,01
1,09
1,03
1,11
1,04
1,12
1,05
36
0,80
0,98
0,86
0,99
0,95
1,02
0,99
1,03
1,02
1,04
1,07
1,05
1,08
1,06
1,10
1,07
38
0,79
1,03
0,85
1,05
0,93
1,07
0,96
1,08
0,99
1,08
1,03
1,09
1,04
1,10
1,05
1,10
40
0,78
1,08
0,84
1,10
0,91
1,13
0,94
1,13
0,96
1,13
0,99
1,13
1,00
1,13
1,01
1,13
80
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-28FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,05
0,80
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,88
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,85
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,80
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,80
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,92
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,93
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,09
0,97
1,11
0,97
1,13
0,98
34
0,80
0,92
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,04
0,99
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
1,12
1,02
35
0,80
0,94
0,86
0,95
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,04
1,01
1,09
1,03
1,10
1,03
1,11
1,04
36
0,80
0,96
0,86
0,98
0,95
1,01
0,99
1,02
1,02
1,03
1,06
1,05
1,08
1,05
1,09
1,05
38
0,79
1,01
0,84
1,03
0,93
1,06
0,96
1,07
0,99
1,08
1,02
1,08
1,03
1,08
1,04
1,09
40
0,77
1,07
0,83
1,09
0,91
1,12
0,93
1,12
0,95
1,12
0,98
1,12
0,99
1,12
1,00
1,12
81
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-30FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,84
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,81
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,81
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,94
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,09
0,97
1,11
0,97
1,13
0,98
34
0,80
0,92
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,04
0,99
1,08
1,01
1,09
1,01
1,11
1,01
35
0,81
0,94
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,04
1,01
1,08
1,03
1,09
1,03
1,10
1,03
36
0,80
0,97
0,86
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,02
1,03
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
1,07
1,05
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,92
1,06
0,95
1,06
0,98
1,07
1,01
1,07
1,02
1,07
1,02
1,08
40
0,77
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,90
1,10
0,92
1,10
0,94
1,10
0,96
1,10
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,10
82
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-32FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,79
1,05
0,80
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,84
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,82
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,81
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,81
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,94
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,12
0,97
34
0,80
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,07
1,00
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
35
0,80
0,95
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,02
1,08
1,02
1,09
1,02
36
0,80
0,97
0,85
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,04
1,04
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
40
0,76
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,92
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,09
83
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-34FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,05
0,80
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,80
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,88
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,81
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,95
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,81
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,95
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,94
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,89
0,86
0,90
0,95
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,12
0,97
34
0,80
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,95
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,07
1,01
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
35
0,80
0,95
0,86
0,96
0,95
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,03
1,08
1,03
1,09
1,03
36
0,80
0,97
0,85
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,03
1,04
1,04
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
40
0,76
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,92
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,09
84
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-36FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,80
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,80
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,81
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,81
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,92
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,93
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,12
0,97
34
0,80
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,07
1,01
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
35
0,80
0,95
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,02
1,08
1,02
1,09
1,02
36
0,80
0,97
0,85
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,03
1,04
1,04
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
40
0,76
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,92
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,09
85
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-38FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,79
0,72
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,79
1,08
0,80
1,11
0,81
1,13
0,81
12
0,79
0,72
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,80
1,11
0,81
1,13
0,81
14
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,10
0,81
1,13
0,82
16
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,10
0,81
1,13
0,82
18
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,08
0,82
1,10
0,82
1,13
0,83
20
0,79
0,74
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,08
0,83
1,10
0,83
1,13
0,83
22
0,79
0,75
0,85
0,76
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,82
1,08
0,84
1,10
0,84
1,13
0,84
24
0,79
0,76
0,85
0,77
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,08
0,85
1,10
0,85
1,13
0,85
25
0,79
0,77
0,85
0,78
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,03
0,84
1,08
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,86
26
0,79
0,78
0,85
0,79
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,85
1,03
0,85
1,08
0,87
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,87
28
0,79
0,80
0,85
0,82
0,95
0,86
1,00
0,87
1,03
0,88
1,08
0,89
1,10
0,89
1,12
0,90
30
0,79
0,83
0,85
0,84
0,95
0,88
1,00
0,90
1,03
0,90
1,08
0,91
1,10
0,92
1,12
0,92
32
0,79
0,86
0,85
0,88
0,95
0,92
1,00
0,94
1,03
0,94
1,07
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,11
0,96
34
0,79
0,90
0,85
0,92
0,95
0,96
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,98
1,07
0,99
1,08
0,99
1,10
0,99
35
0,79
0,92
0,85
0,94
0,95
0,98
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,00
1,07
1,01
1,08
1,01
1,09
1,01
36
0,78
0,94
0,84
0,96
0,94
1,00
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,04
1,02
1,06
1,03
1,07
1,03
38
0,77
0,99
0,83
1,01
0,91
1,04
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,05
1,00
1,06
1,02
1,06
1,02
1,06
40
0,76
1,04
0,81
1,06
0,89
1,08
0,91
1,08
0,94
1,09
0,96
1,09
0,97
1,10
0,98
1,10
86
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-40FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,88
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,81
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,81
0,84
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,94
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,09
0,97
1,11
0,97
1,13
0,98
34
0,80
0,92
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,04
0,99
1,08
1,01
1,10
1,01
1,11
1,01
35
0,80
0,94
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,04
1,01
1,08
1,02
1,09
1,03
1,10
1,03
36
0,80
0,97
0,86
0,98
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,02
1,03
1,06
1,04
1,07
1,05
1,08
1,05
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,92
1,06
0,95
1,06
0,98
1,07
1,01
1,07
1,02
1,08
1,03
1,08
40
0,77
1,07
0,83
1,09
0,90
1,11
0,92
1,11
0,94
1,11
0,96
1,11
0,97
1,11
0,98
1,11
87
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-42FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,80
0,73
0,86
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,09
0,81
1,11
0,81
1,14
0,82
12
0,80
0,73
0,86
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,09
0,81
1,11
0,81
1,14
0,82
14
0,80
0,73
0,86
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,09
0,81
1,11
0,81
1,14
0,82
16
0,80
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,80
1,09
0,81
1,11
0,82
1,14
0,82
18
0,80
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,09
0,82
1,11
0,83
1,14
0,83
20
0,80
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,09
0,83
1,11
0,83
1,13
0,84
22
0,80
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,09
0,84
1,11
0,84
1,13
0,85
24
0,80
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,09
0,85
1,11
0,85
1,13
0,86
25
0,80
0,77
0,86
0,79
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,03
0,84
1,09
0,86
1,11
0,86
1,13
0,87
26
0,80
0,78
0,86
0,80
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,85
1,03
0,86
1,09
0,87
1,11
0,87
1,13
0,88
28
0,80
0,81
0,86
0,82
0,95
0,86
1,00
0,87
1,03
0,88
1,09
0,89
1,11
0,90
1,13
0,90
30
0,80
0,83
0,86
0,85
0,95
0,88
1,00
0,90
1,03
0,91
1,09
0,91
1,11
0,92
1,13
0,93
32
0,80
0,87
0,86
0,89
0,95
0,92
1,00
0,94
1,03
0,95
1,08
0,95
1,10
0,96
1,12
0,96
34
0,80
0,91
0,86
0,92
0,95
0,96
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,98
1,07
0,99
1,09
0,99
1,10
1,00
35
0,80
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,95
0,98
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,00
1,07
1,01
1,08
1,01
1,09
1,02
36
0,79
0,95
0,85
0,97
0,94
1,00
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,05
1,03
1,06
1,03
1,07
1,03
38
0,78
1,00
0,83
1,02
0,91
1,04
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
1,02
1,06
40
0,76
1,05
0,82
1,07
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,93
1,09
0,96
1,09
0,96
1,09
0,97
1,09
88
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-44FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,80
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,77
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,79
1,09
0,80
1,11
0,81
1,14
0,82
12
0,80
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,77
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,79
1,09
0,80
1,11
0,81
1,14
0,82
14
0,80
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,11
0,81
1,13
0,82
16
0,80
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,11
0,82
1,13
0,82
18
0,80
0,74
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,08
0,82
1,11
0,82
1,13
0,83
20
0,80
0,74
0,85
0,76
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,81
1,08
0,82
1,11
0,83
1,13
0,83
22
0,80
0,75
0,85
0,77
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,82
1,08
0,83
1,11
0,84
1,13
0,85
24
0,80
0,76
0,85
0,78
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,83
1,08
0,84
1,11
0,85
1,13
0,86
25
0,80
0,77
0,85
0,78
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,03
0,84
1,08
0,85
1,11
0,86
1,13
0,86
26
0,80
0,78
0,85
0,80
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,85
1,03
0,85
1,08
0,86
1,11
0,87
1,13
0,88
28
0,80
0,81
0,85
0,82
0,95
0,86
1,00
0,87
1,03
0,88
1,08
0,89
1,11
0,89
1,13
0,90
30
0,80
0,83
0,85
0,84
0,95
0,88
1,00
0,89
1,03
0,90
1,08
0,91
1,11
0,92
1,13
0,92
32
0,80
0,86
0,85
0,88
0,95
0,92
1,00
0,94
1,03
0,94
1,08
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,11
0,96
34
0,80
0,90
0,85
0,92
0,95
0,96
1,00
0,98
1,02
0,98
1,07
0,99
1,08
0,99
1,10
1,00
35
0,80
0,92
0,85
0,94
0,95
0,98
1,00
1,00
1,02
1,00
1,06
1,00
1,08
1,01
1,09
1,01
36
0,79
0,95
0,85
0,97
0,94
1,00
0,98
1,02
1,00
1,02
1,04
1,02
1,05
1,02
1,06
1,03
38
0,77
1,00
0,83
1,02
0,91
1,04
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,05
1,00
1,05
1,01
1,05
1,02
1,06
40
0,76
1,05
0,82
1,07
0,89
1,08
0,91
1,08
0,93
1,08
0,95
1,08
0,96
1,08
0,97
1,08
89
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-46FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,79
0,72
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,77
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,09
0,80
1,11
0,81
1,14
0,81
12
0,79
0,72
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,77
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,09
0,80
1,11
0,81
1,13
0,81
14
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,10
0,81
1,13
0,81
16
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,10
0,81
1,13
0,82
18
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,08
0,82
1,10
0,82
1,13
0,82
20
0,79
0,74
0,85
0,76
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,08
0,83
1,10
0,83
1,13
0,83
22
0,79
0,75
0,85
0,77
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,08
0,84
1,10
0,84
1,13
0,84
24
0,79
0,76
0,85
0,77
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,08
0,85
1,10
0,85
1,13
0,85
25
0,79
0,77
0,85
0,78
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,03
0,84
1,08
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,13
0,86
26
0,79
0,78
0,85
0,79
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,85
1,03
0,86
1,08
0,87
1,10
0,87
1,13
0,87
28
0,79
0,80
0,85
0,82
0,95
0,86
1,00
0,87
1,03
0,88
1,08
0,89
1,10
0,89
1,13
0,90
30
0,79
0,83
0,85
0,84
0,95
0,88
1,00
0,90
1,03
0,90
1,08
0,91
1,10
0,91
1,13
0,92
32
0,79
0,86
0,85
0,88
0,95
0,92
1,00
0,94
1,03
0,94
1,07
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,10
0,95
34
0,79
0,90
0,85
0,91
0,95
0,96
1,00
0,98
1,02
0,98
1,05
0,98
1,07
0,98
1,08
0,98
35
0,79
0,92
0,85
0,93
0,95
0,98
1,00
1,00
1,02
1,00
1,04
1,00
1,06
1,00
1,07
1,00
36
0,78
0,94
0,84
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,98
1,01
1,00
1,01
1,02
1,01
1,03
1,01
1,04
1,01
38
0,76
0,99
0,82
1,01
0,90
1,03
0,93
1,04
0,95
1,04
0,97
1,04
0,98
1,04
0,99
1,04
40
0,75
1,04
0,80
1,06
0,87
1,06
0,89
1,06
0,91
1,06
0,93
1,07
0,93
1,07
0,94
1,07
90
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-48FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,79
0,72
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,09
0,81
1,11
0,81
1,14
0,81
12
0,79
0,72
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,79
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,11
0,81
1,13
0,81
14
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,80
1,08
0,81
1,10
0,81
1,13
0,82
16
0,79
0,73
0,85
0,74
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,08
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,13
0,82
18
0,79
0,74
0,85
0,75
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,81
1,08
0,82
1,10
0,82
1,13
0,83
20
0,79
0,74
0,85
0,76
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,08
0,83
1,10
0,83
1,13
0,83
22
0,79
0,75
0,85
0,77
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,08
0,84
1,10
0,84
1,13
0,84
24
0,79
0,76
0,85
0,78
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,08
0,85
1,10
0,85
1,13
0,85
25
0,79
0,77
0,85
0,78
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,08
0,86
1,10
0,86
1,13
0,86
26
0,79
0,78
0,85
0,79
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,85
1,04
0,86
1,08
0,87
1,10
0,87
1,13
0,87
28
0,79
0,80
0,85
0,82
0,95
0,86
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,08
0,89
1,10
0,89
1,13
0,90
30
0,79
0,83
0,85
0,84
0,95
0,88
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,08
0,91
1,10
0,92
1,13
0,92
32
0,79
0,87
0,85
0,88
0,95
0,92
1,00
0,94
1,03
0,95
1,07
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,11
0,96
34
0,79
0,91
0,85
0,92
0,95
0,96
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,98
1,06
0,99
1,07
0,99
1,09
0,99
35
0,79
0,93
0,85
0,94
0,95
0,98
1,00
1,00
1,02
1,00
1,05
1,01
1,06
1,01
1,08
1,01
36
0,78
0,95
0,84
0,97
0,93
1,00
0,98
1,01
1,00
1,01
1,03
1,02
1,04
1,02
1,05
1,02
38
0,77
1,00
0,82
1,02
0,90
1,03
0,94
1,04
0,96
1,04
0,98
1,05
0,99
1,05
1,00
1,05
40
0,75
1,05
0,81
1,07
0,87
1,07
0,90
1,07
0,91
1,07
0,93
1,08
0,94
1,08
0,94
1,08
91
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-50FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,86
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,88
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,80
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,80
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,92
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,94
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,88
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,09
0,97
1,11
0,97
1,12
0,98
34
0,80
0,92
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,08
1,01
1,09
1,01
1,11
1,01
35
0,80
0,94
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,03
1,09
1,03
1,10
1,03
36
0,80
0,97
0,85
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,03
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
1,07
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,92
1,05
0,95
1,06
0,97
1,06
1,00
1,07
1,01
1,07
1,02
1,07
40
0,77
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,10
0,92
1,10
0,93
1,10
0,95
1,10
0,96
1,10
0,96
1,10
92
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-52FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,88
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,80
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,80
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,94
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,89
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,12
0,97
34
0,80
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,07
1,01
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
35
0,80
0,95
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,02
1,08
1,02
1,09
1,02
36
0,80
0,97
0,85
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,04
1,04
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
40
0,76
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,92
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,95
1,09
93
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-54FSXN
To\Ti
14
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
10
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
12
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,75
0,96
0,78
1,00
0,80
1,05
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,82
1,15
0,83
14
0,81
0,74
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,82
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,83
16
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,76
0,96
0,79
1,00
0,80
1,04
0,81
1,10
0,83
1,12
0,83
1,15
0,84
18
0,81
0,75
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,80
1,00
0,81
1,04
0,82
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,84
1,15
0,84
20
0,81
0,76
0,86
0,77
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,82
1,04
0,83
1,10
0,84
1,12
0,85
1,14
0,85
22
0,81
0,77
0,86
0,78
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,83
1,04
0,84
1,10
0,85
1,12
0,86
1,14
0,86
24
0,81
0,78
0,86
0,79
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,86
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,87
25
0,81
0,79
0,86
0,80
0,96
0,83
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,85
1,10
0,87
1,12
0,87
1,14
0,88
26
0,81
0,80
0,86
0,81
0,96
0,84
1,00
0,86
1,04
0,87
1,10
0,88
1,12
0,89
1,14
0,89
28
0,81
0,82
0,86
0,84
0,96
0,87
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,89
1,10
0,91
1,12
0,91
1,14
0,92
30
0,81
0,85
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,90
1,04
0,91
1,10
0,93
1,12
0,93
1,14
0,94
32
0,80
0,89
0,86
0,90
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,94
1,04
0,95
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,97
1,12
0,97
34
0,80
0,93
0,86
0,94
0,96
0,97
1,00
0,98
1,03
0,99
1,07
1,01
1,09
1,01
1,10
1,01
35
0,80
0,95
0,86
0,96
0,96
0,99
1,00
1,00
1,03
1,01
1,07
1,03
1,08
1,03
1,09
1,03
36
0,80
0,97
0,85
0,99
0,94
1,01
0,98
1,02
1,01
1,02
1,04
1,04
1,05
1,04
1,06
1,04
38
0,78
1,02
0,84
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,95
1,05
0,97
1,06
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,06
1,01
1,06
40
0,76
1,07
0,82
1,09
0,89
1,09
0,91
1,09
0,92
1,09
0,94
1,09
0,95
1,09
0,95
1,09
94
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
4.4 Nominal heating capacity tables
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0
20
40
50
60
80
100
120
130
140
The following charts and tables show the characteristics of outdoor unit capacity in heating mode which corresponds with
total horsepower of combined indoor unit, on standard condition with refrigerant piping of horizontal and 7.5m at length.
Indoor Air Inlet Temperature:
20.0°C DB (68.0°F DB)
-
Outdoor Air Inlet Temperature:
7.0°C DB (45.0°F DB)
6.0°C WB (43.0°F WB)
DB: Dry bulb
WB: Wet bulb
RAS-8FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,57
0,95
0,57
1,00
0,57
1,04
0,57
1,07
0,57
1,09
0,57
1,14
-17
0,64
0,96
0,64
1,01
0,64
1,05
0,64
1,08
0,64
1,10
0,64
1,15
-15
0,68
0,97
0,68
1,01
0,68
1,06
0,68
1,09
0,68
1,11
0,68
1,16
-13
0,72
0,97
0,72
1,02
0,72
1,07
0,72
1,09
0,72
1,11
0,72
1,17
-11
0,76
0,97
0,76
1,02
0,76
1,07
0,76
1,09
0,76
1,12
0,76
1,17
-10
0,78
0,97
0,78
1,02
0,78
1,07
0,78
1,09
0,78
1,12
0,78
1,17
-9
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,02
0,80
1,07
0,80
1,10
0,80
1,12
0,79
1,16
-7
0,84
1,00
0,84
1,04
0,84
1,08
0,83
1,10
0,83
1,11
0,82
1,13
-6
0,86
1,01
0,86
1,05
0,86
1,08
0,85
1,09
0,85
1,11
0,83
1,12
-5
0,88
1,00
0,88
1,04
0,88
1,09
0,88
1,12
0,88
1,13
0,86
1,13
-3
0,92
1,03
0,92
1,07
0,91
1,09
0,91
1,10
0,90
1,10
0,87
1,08
-1
0,96
1,07
0,95
1,09
0,94
1,08
0,94
1,08
0,92
1,07
0,88
1,03
0
0,98
1,08
0,97
1,10
0,96
1,08
0,95
1,07
0,94
1,05
0,88
1,00
1
0,99
1,08
0,98
1,09
0,97
1,07
0,96
1,05
0,94
1,03
0,88
0,98
3
1,01
1,07
1,00
1,08
0,98
1,05
0,97
1,03
0,95
1,00
0,88
0,94
5
1,04
1,06
1,02
1,06
0,99
1,03
0,98
1,00
0,96
0,97
0,88
0,90
6
1,06
1,05
1,03
1,04
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,95
0,88
0,88
7
1,08
1,05
1,04
1,03
1,01
0,99
0,99
0,96
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,86
9
1,11
1,04
1,07
1,01
1,02
0,96
0,99
0,93
0,96
0,90
0,88
0,84
10
1,13
1,04
1,08
1,00
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,96
0,88
0,88
0,82
11
1,13
1,03
1,08
0,99
1,02
0,93
0,99
0,90
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,81
95
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
14
1,13
1,01
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,90
0,99
0,87
0,96
0,84
0,88
0,77
15
1,13
1,00
1,08
0,95
1,02
0,89
0,99
0,86
0,96
0,83
0,88
0,76
96
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-10FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,53
0,88
0,53
0,92
0,53
0,97
0,53
0,99
0,53
1,02
0,53
1,06
-17
0,59
0,89
0,59
0,93
0,59
0,98
0,59
1,00
0,59
1,03
0,59
1,07
-15
0,63
0,89
0,63
0,94
0,63
0,98
0,63
1,01
0,63
1,03
0,63
1,08
-13
0,66
0,90
0,66
0,94
0,66
0,99
0,66
1,01
0,66
1,04
0,66
1,08
-11
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,01
0,70
1,04
0,70
1,09
-10
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,94
0,72
0,99
0,72
1,01
0,72
1,04
0,72
1,09
-9
0,74
0,90
0,74
0,95
0,74
0,99
0,74
1,02
0,74
1,04
0,74
1,09
-7
0,78
0,92
0,78
0,96
0,78
1,01
0,78
1,03
0,78
1,06
0,77
1,09
-6
0,80
0,92
0,80
0,97
0,80
1,01
0,80
1,04
0,79
1,06
0,79
1,09
-5
0,83
0,93
0,83
0,97
0,82
1,02
0,82
1,04
0,82
1,07
0,81
1,12
-3
0,86
0,94
0,86
0,99
0,86
1,03
0,85
1,05
0,85
1,08
0,84
1,09
-1
0,90
0,96
0,89
1,00
0,89
1,04
0,89
1,06
0,89
1,08
0,86
1,06
0
0,91
0,97
0,91
1,01
0,91
1,05
0,90
1,07
0,90
1,09
0,87
1,05
1
0,93
0,97
0,93
1,01
0,93
1,04
0,92
1,05
0,91
1,06
0,87
1,01
3
0,97
0,97
0,96
1,02
0,96
1,03
0,95
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,94
5
1,01
0,98
1,00
1,03
0,99
1,02
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,88
0,88
6
1,04
0,98
1,03
1,03
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,86
7
1,06
0,98
1,04
1,02
1,00
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,96
0,91
0,88
0,84
9
1,08
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,01
0,95
0,99
0,92
0,96
0,88
0,88
0,81
10
1,10
0,99
1,07
0,99
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,90
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,80
11
1,10
0,98
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,96
0,85
0,88
0,79
14
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,94
1,02
0,88
0,99
0,85
0,96
0,82
0,88
0,75
15
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,87
0,99
0,84
0,96
0,80
0,88
0,74
97
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-12FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,48
0,83
0,48
0,88
0,48
0,92
0,48
0,94
0,48
0,97
0,48
1,02
-17
0,53
0,84
0,53
0,88
0,53
0,93
0,53
0,95
0,53
0,98
0,53
1,03
-15
0,57
0,85
0,57
0,89
0,57
0,94
0,57
0,96
0,56
0,98
0,56
1,03
-13
0,60
0,85
0,60
0,89
0,60
0,94
0,60
0,96
0,60
0,99
0,60
1,04
-11
0,63
0,85
0,63
0,90
0,63
0,94
0,63
0,96
0,63
0,99
0,63
1,04
-10
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,90
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,96
0,65
0,99
0,65
1,04
-9
0,67
0,86
0,67
0,90
0,67
0,95
0,67
0,97
0,67
1,00
0,67
1,05
-7
0,72
0,88
0,72
0,92
0,72
0,97
0,72
0,99
0,72
1,02
0,71
1,06
-6
0,74
0,89
0,74
0,93
0,74
0,97
0,74
1,00
0,74
1,03
0,73
1,07
-5
0,77
0,90
0,77
0,94
0,77
0,98
0,77
1,01
0,76
1,04
0,76
1,09
-3
0,81
0,91
0,81
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,81
1,03
0,81
1,05
0,79
1,09
-1
0,86
0,93
0,86
0,97
0,86
1,02
0,85
1,05
0,85
1,07
0,83
1,10
0
0,88
0,94
0,88
0,98
0,88
1,03
0,88
1,06
0,87
1,08
0,85
1,10
1
0,90
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,03
0,89
1,05
0,89
1,06
0,86
1,05
3
0,94
0,93
0,94
0,98
0,94
1,02
0,93
1,02
0,92
1,01
0,87
0,97
5
0,98
0,93
0,98
0,98
0,98
1,01
0,97
1,00
0,95
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,02
0,93
1,02
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,03
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,01
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,06
0,94
1,05
0,97
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,87
0,88
0,80
10
1,08
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,95
0,85
0,88
0,79
11
1,09
0,94
1,06
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,88
0,95
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,12
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,80
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,95
0,79
0,88
0,72
98
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-14FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,53
0,88
0,53
0,93
0,53
0,97
0,53
1,00
0,53
1,02
0,53
1,07
-17
0,59
0,89
0,59
0,94
0,59
0,98
0,59
1,01
0,59
1,03
0,59
1,08
-15
0,63
0,89
0,63
0,94
0,63
0,99
0,63
1,01
0,63
1,04
0,62
1,09
-13
0,66
0,90
0,66
0,95
0,66
0,99
0,66
1,02
0,66
1,04
0,66
1,09
-11
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,95
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,02
0,70
1,04
0,70
1,09
-10
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,95
0,72
0,99
0,72
1,02
0,72
1,04
0,72
1,09
-9
0,74
0,90
0,74
0,95
0,74
1,00
0,74
1,02
0,74
1,05
0,74
1,10
-7
0,78
0,91
0,78
0,96
0,78
1,01
0,78
1,03
0,78
1,05
0,77
1,09
-6
0,80
0,92
0,80
0,96
0,80
1,01
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,06
0,78
1,08
-5
0,83
0,92
0,82
0,97
0,82
1,02
0,82
1,04
0,82
1,07
0,81
1,11
-3
0,86
0,93
0,86
0,98
0,86
1,02
0,85
1,05
0,85
1,07
0,84
1,08
-1
0,90
0,94
0,89
0,99
0,89
1,03
0,89
1,05
0,88
1,07
0,86
1,05
0
0,91
0,95
0,91
0,99
0,91
1,03
0,91
1,05
0,90
1,07
0,87
1,03
1
0,93
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,93
1,03
0,92
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,87
1,00
3
0,97
0,97
0,96
1,02
0,96
1,03
0,95
1,02
0,93
1,00
0,88
0,94
5
1,01
0,98
1,00
1,03
0,99
1,03
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,05
0,98
1,03
1,03
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,86
7
1,06
0,99
1,04
1,02
1,01
0,99
0,99
0,95
0,96
0,92
0,88
0,85
9
1,08
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,02
0,96
0,99
0,92
0,96
0,89
0,88
0,82
10
1,10
0,99
1,07
0,99
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,80
11
1,10
0,99
1,08
0,98
1,02
0,93
0,99
0,89
0,96
0,86
0,88
0,79
14
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,94
1,02
0,89
0,99
0,85
0,96
0,82
0,88
0,75
15
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,93
1,02
0,87
0,99
0,84
0,96
0,81
0,88
0,74
99
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-16FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,83
0,52
0,88
0,52
0,92
0,52
0,94
0,51
0,97
0,51
1,02
-17
0,57
0,84
0,57
0,88
0,57
0,93
0,57
0,95
0,57
0,98
0,57
1,03
-15
0,61
0,85
0,61
0,89
0,61
0,94
0,61
0,96
0,61
0,99
0,61
1,03
-13
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,89
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,96
0,64
0,99
0,64
1,04
-11
0,68
0,85
0,68
0,90
0,68
0,94
0,68
0,96
0,68
0,99
0,68
1,04
-10
0,70
0,85
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,96
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,04
-9
0,72
0,86
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,95
0,72
0,97
0,72
1,00
0,72
1,05
-7
0,76
0,88
0,76
0,92
0,76
0,96
0,76
0,99
0,76
1,02
0,75
1,06
-6
0,78
0,88
0,78
0,93
0,78
0,97
0,78
1,00
0,78
1,03
0,77
1,07
-5
0,81
0,89
0,80
0,93
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,01
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,08
-3
0,85
0,91
0,84
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,84
1,03
0,84
1,05
0,82
1,09
-1
0,89
0,93
0,88
0,97
0,88
1,02
0,88
1,04
0,87
1,07
0,85
1,09
0
0,91
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,03
0,90
1,05
0,89
1,08
0,87
1,10
1
0,93
0,94
0,92
0,98
0,92
1,03
0,91
1,04
0,90
1,06
0,87
1,05
3
0,96
0,94
0,96
0,98
0,95
1,02
0,94
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,97
5
1,00
0,93
1,00
0,98
0,99
1,01
0,98
1,00
0,95
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,04
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,06
0,93
1,04
0,97
1,01
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,08
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,88
0,88
0,80
10
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,93
0,99
0,89
0,95
0,86
0,88
0,78
11
1,10
0,94
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,87
0,95
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,87
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,80
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,95
0,78
0,88
0,72
100
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-18FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,83
0,52
0,88
0,52
0,92
0,52
0,95
0,51
0,97
0,51
1,02
-17
0,57
0,84
0,57
0,88
0,57
0,93
0,57
0,96
0,57
0,98
0,57
1,03
-15
0,61
0,85
0,61
0,89
0,61
0,94
0,61
0,96
0,61
0,98
0,61
1,03
-13
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,89
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,97
0,64
0,99
0,64
1,04
-11
0,68
0,85
0,68
0,90
0,68
0,94
0,68
0,97
0,68
0,99
0,68
1,04
-10
0,70
0,85
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,97
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,04
-9
0,72
0,86
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,95
0,72
0,98
0,72
1,00
0,72
1,05
-7
0,76
0,87
0,76
0,92
0,76
0,97
0,76
0,99
0,76
1,01
0,75
1,06
-6
0,78
0,88
0,78
0,93
0,78
0,98
0,78
1,00
0,78
1,02
0,77
1,07
-5
0,81
0,89
0,80
0,93
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,01
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,08
-3
0,85
0,91
0,84
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,84
1,02
0,84
1,05
0,82
1,09
-1
0,89
0,93
0,88
0,97
0,88
1,02
0,88
1,04
0,87
1,07
0,85
1,09
0
0,91
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,03
0,90
1,05
0,89
1,08
0,87
1,10
1
0,93
0,94
0,92
0,98
0,92
1,03
0,91
1,04
0,90
1,06
0,87
1,05
3
0,96
0,93
0,96
0,98
0,95
1,02
0,95
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,97
5
1,00
0,93
1,00
0,98
0,99
1,01
0,98
1,00
0,95
0,97
0,88
0,88
6
1,04
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,06
0,93
1,04
0,97
1,00
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,96
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,08
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,01
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,80
10
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,96
0,86
0,88
0,78
11
1,10
0,95
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,87
0,96
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,96
0,80
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,96
0,78
0,88
0,72
101
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-20FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,51
0,87
0,51
0,92
0,51
0,96
0,51
0,98
0,51
1,01
0,51
1,06
-17
0,57
0,88
0,57
0,93
0,57
0,97
0,57
0,99
0,57
1,02
0,57
1,07
-15
0,61
0,89
0,61
0,94
0,61
0,98
0,61
1,00
0,61
1,03
0,60
1,08
-13
0,64
0,89
0,64
0,94
0,64
0,98
0,64
1,00
0,64
1,03
0,64
1,08
-11
0,68
0,89
0,68
0,94
0,68
0,98
0,68
1,01
0,68
1,04
0,67
1,08
-10
0,70
0,89
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,98
0,70
1,01
0,70
1,04
0,69
1,08
-9
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,95
0,72
0,99
0,72
1,01
0,72
1,04
0,71
1,09
-7
0,76
0,92
0,76
0,96
0,76
1,00
0,76
1,03
0,76
1,05
0,75
1,08
-6
0,78
0,93
0,78
0,97
0,78
1,01
0,78
1,03
0,78
1,06
0,76
1,08
-5
0,81
0,93
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,02
0,80
1,04
0,80
1,07
0,79
1,10
-3
0,85
0,96
0,85
0,99
0,84
1,03
0,84
1,05
0,84
1,07
0,82
1,08
-1
0,89
0,98
0,89
1,01
0,88
1,04
0,88
1,06
0,87
1,08
0,84
1,07
0
0,91
0,99
0,91
1,02
0,90
1,05
0,90
1,07
0,89
1,08
0,86
1,06
1
0,93
0,98
0,93
1,01
0,92
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,90
1,05
0,86
1,02
3
0,96
0,97
0,96
1,00
0,95
1,03
0,94
1,02
0,92
1,00
0,87
0,95
5
1,00
0,96
0,99
0,99
0,97
1,01
0,96
0,99
0,94
0,95
0,87
0,87
6
1,03
0,96
1,02
0,98
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,87
0,86
7
1,04
0,96
1,03
0,98
1,00
0,98
0,98
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,87
0,84
9
1,08
0,96
1,05
0,97
1,01
0,94
0,98
0,91
0,95
0,87
0,87
0,80
10
1,09
0,96
1,06
0,96
1,01
0,92
0,98
0,89
0,95
0,85
0,87
0,78
11
1,10
0,96
1,06
0,95
1,01
0,90
0,98
0,87
0,95
0,84
0,87
0,77
14
1,12
0,96
1,07
0,92
1,01
0,86
0,98
0,83
0,95
0,80
0,87
0,74
15
1,12
0,96
1,07
0,91
1,01
0,85
0,98
0,82
0,95
0,78
0,87
0,72
102
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-22FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,55
0,93
0,55
0,97
0,55
1,02
0,55
1,05
0,55
1,07
0,55
1,12
-17
0,62
0,94
0,62
0,98
0,62
1,03
0,62
1,06
0,61
1,08
0,61
1,13
-15
0,66
0,94
0,66
0,99
0,66
1,04
0,66
1,06
0,65
1,09
0,65
1,14
-13
0,69
0,95
0,69
0,99
0,69
1,04
0,69
1,07
0,69
1,09
0,69
1,14
-11
0,73
0,95
0,73
0,99
0,73
1,05
0,73
1,07
0,73
1,09
0,73
1,14
-10
0,75
0,95
0,75
0,99
0,75
1,05
0,75
1,07
0,75
1,09
0,75
1,14
-9
0,77
0,95
0,77
1,00
0,77
1,05
0,77
1,07
0,77
1,10
0,77
1,14
-7
0,81
0,97
0,81
1,01
0,81
1,06
0,81
1,08
0,81
1,10
0,80
1,13
-6
0,83
0,97
0,83
1,02
0,83
1,06
0,83
1,08
0,82
1,10
0,81
1,12
-5
0,86
0,98
0,86
1,02
0,85
1,07
0,85
1,09
0,85
1,11
0,84
1,15
-3
0,90
0,99
0,89
1,03
0,89
1,07
0,89
1,09
0,88
1,11
0,86
1,11
-1
0,93
1,01
0,93
1,04
0,92
1,07
0,92
1,09
0,91
1,10
0,87
1,07
0
0,95
1,02
0,95
1,05
0,94
1,07
0,94
1,09
0,93
1,09
0,88
1,05
1
0,97
1,02
0,96
1,05
0,95
1,06
0,94
1,07
0,93
1,07
0,88
1,02
3
1,00
1,02
0,99
1,06
0,97
1,04
0,96
1,03
0,94
1,01
0,88
0,96
5
1,03
1,02
1,01
1,06
0,99
1,02
0,98
0,99
0,96
0,96
0,88
0,90
6
1,06
1,02
1,03
1,05
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,94
0,88
0,88
7
1,07
1,02
1,04
1,04
1,01
0,99
0,98
0,96
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,86
9
1,10
1,02
1,07
1,02
1,02
0,97
0,99
0,93
0,96
0,90
0,88
0,83
10
1,11
1,02
1,08
1,01
1,02
0,95
0,99
0,92
0,96
0,89
0,88
0,82
11
1,11
1,02
1,08
1,00
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,81
14
1,13
1,01
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,90
0,99
0,87
0,96
0,84
0,88
0,77
15
1,13
1,01
1,08
0,95
1,02
0,89
0,99
0,86
0,96
0,83
0,88
0,76
103
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-24FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,86
0,52
0,90
0,52
0,95
0,52
0,97
0,52
1,00
0,52
1,04
-17
0,58
0,87
0,58
0,91
0,58
0,96
0,58
0,98
0,58
1,01
0,58
1,05
-15
0,62
0,88
0,62
0,92
0,62
0,97
0,62
0,99
0,62
1,01
0,62
1,06
-13
0,66
0,88
0,66
0,92
0,66
0,97
0,66
0,99
0,65
1,02
0,65
1,06
-11
0,69
0,88
0,69
0,92
0,69
0,97
0,69
1,00
0,69
1,02
0,69
1,07
-10
0,71
0,88
0,71
0,92
0,71
0,97
0,71
1,00
0,71
1,02
0,71
1,07
-9
0,73
0,89
0,73
0,93
0,73
0,98
0,73
1,00
0,73
1,02
0,73
1,07
-7
0,77
0,90
0,77
0,94
0,77
0,99
0,77
1,01
0,77
1,03
0,76
1,07
-6
0,79
0,90
0,79
0,95
0,79
0,99
0,79
1,01
0,78
1,04
0,78
1,06
-5
0,82
0,90
0,81
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,81
1,02
0,81
1,04
0,80
1,09
-3
0,85
0,92
0,85
0,96
0,85
1,00
0,84
1,03
0,84
1,05
0,83
1,07
-1
0,88
0,93
0,88
0,97
0,88
1,01
0,88
1,03
0,87
1,05
0,85
1,04
0
0,90
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,01
0,89
1,04
0,89
1,06
0,86
1,03
1
0,92
0,94
0,92
0,98
0,91
1,01
0,91
1,02
0,90
1,03
0,86
1,00
3
0,96
0,96
0,95
1,00
0,95
1,01
0,94
1,00
0,92
0,98
0,87
0,93
5
0,99
0,97
0,99
1,02
0,98
1,00
0,97
0,97
0,94
0,93
0,87
0,86
6
1,03
0,97
1,02
1,01
1,00
1,00
0,97
0,97
0,94
0,93
0,87
0,86
7
1,04
0,97
1,03
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,94
0,91
0,87
0,82
9
1,07
0,97
1,05
0,98
1,00
0,94
0,98
0,91
0,94
0,87
0,87
0,76
10
1,08
0,97
1,06
0,97
1,01
0,92
0,98
0,89
0,94
0,85
0,87
0,72
11
1,09
0,96
1,06
0,96
1,01
0,91
0,98
0,87
0,94
0,84
0,87
0,72
14
1,11
0,96
1,07
0,92
1,01
0,87
0,98
0,83
0,94
0,80
0,87
0,72
15
1,12
0,96
1,07
0,91
1,01
0,85
0,98
0,82
0,94
0,79
0,87
0,72
104
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-26FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,51
0,86
0,51
0,90
0,51
0,95
0,51
0,97
0,51
1,00
0,50
1,05
-17
0,56
0,87
0,56
0,91
0,56
0,96
0,56
0,98
0,56
1,01
0,56
1,06
-15
0,60
0,87
0,60
0,92
0,60
0,96
0,60
0,99
0,60
1,01
0,60
1,06
-13
0,64
0,88
0,64
0,92
0,64
0,97
0,64
0,99
0,63
1,02
0,63
1,07
-11
0,67
0,88
0,67
0,92
0,67
0,97
0,67
0,99
0,67
1,02
0,67
1,07
-10
0,69
0,88
0,69
0,92
0,69
0,97
0,69
0,99
0,69
1,02
0,68
1,07
-9
0,71
0,88
0,71
0,93
0,71
0,97
0,71
1,00
0,71
1,02
0,70
1,07
-7
0,75
0,90
0,75
0,94
0,75
0,99
0,75
1,01
0,75
1,04
0,74
1,08
-6
0,77
0,90
0,77
0,95
0,77
0,99
0,77
1,02
0,77
1,04
0,76
1,08
-5
0,80
0,91
0,80
0,95
0,80
1,00
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,05
0,79
1,10
-3
0,84
0,92
0,84
0,97
0,84
1,01
0,83
1,04
0,83
1,06
0,82
1,09
-1
0,88
0,94
0,88
0,98
0,88
1,03
0,87
1,05
0,87
1,07
0,85
1,07
0
0,90
0,95
0,90
0,99
0,90
1,03
0,89
1,05
0,89
1,08
0,86
1,06
1
0,92
0,95
0,92
0,99
0,92
1,03
0,91
1,04
0,90
1,05
0,87
1,02
3
0,96
0,95
0,97
0,99
0,96
1,01
0,95
1,02
0,93
0,99
0,87
0,94
5
1,00
0,96
1,02
1,00
1,00
1,00
0,98
1,00
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,85
6
1,03
0,96
1,02
1,00
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,05
0,96
1,03
1,00
1,01
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,96
0,91
0,88
0,84
9
1,07
0,97
1,05
0,99
1,02
0,95
0,99
0,92
0,96
0,88
0,88
0,81
10
1,09
0,97
1,07
0,98
1,02
0,93
0,99
0,90
0,96
0,86
0,88
0,79
11
1,10
0,97
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,88
0,96
0,85
0,88
0,78
14
1,12
0,97
1,08
0,93
1,02
0,87
0,99
0,84
0,96
0,81
0,88
0,74
15
1,13
0,97
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,96
0,79
0,88
0,73
105
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-28FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,53
0,88
0,53
0,92
0,53
0,97
0,53
1,00
0,53
1,02
0,53
1,07
-17
0,59
0,89
0,59
0,93
0,59
0,98
0,59
1,01
0,59
1,03
0,59
1,08
-15
0,63
0,90
0,63
0,94
0,63
0,99
0,63
1,01
0,63
1,04
0,62
1,08
-13
0,66
0,90
0,66
0,94
0,66
0,99
0,66
1,02
0,66
1,04
0,66
1,09
-11
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,02
0,70
1,04
0,70
1,09
-10
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,94
0,72
0,99
0,72
1,02
0,72
1,04
0,72
1,09
-9
0,74
0,91
0,74
0,95
0,74
1,00
0,74
1,02
0,74
1,05
0,74
1,09
-7
0,78
0,92
0,78
0,96
0,78
1,01
0,78
1,03
0,78
1,05
0,77
1,09
-6
0,80
0,92
0,80
0,96
0,80
1,01
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,06
0,78
1,08
-5
0,83
0,92
0,82
0,97
0,82
1,02
0,82
1,04
0,82
1,06
0,81
1,12
-3
0,86
0,93
0,86
0,98
0,86
1,02
0,85
1,05
0,85
1,07
0,84
1,08
-1
0,90
0,94
0,89
0,99
0,89
1,03
0,89
1,05
0,88
1,07
0,86
1,05
0
0,91
0,95
0,91
0,99
0,91
1,03
0,91
1,06
0,90
1,07
0,87
1,03
1
0,93
0,95
0,93
1,00
0,93
1,03
0,92
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,87
1,00
3
0,97
0,97
0,96
1,01
0,96
1,02
0,95
1,02
0,93
1,00
0,88
0,94
5
1,01
0,98
1,00
1,03
0,99
1,02
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,88
0,88
6
1,05
0,98
1,03
1,03
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,86
7
1,06
0,99
1,04
1,02
1,01
0,99
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,92
0,88
0,84
9
1,08
0,99
1,06
1,00
1,02
0,96
0,99
0,92
0,95
0,89
0,88
0,81
10
1,10
0,99
1,07
0,99
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,87
0,88
0,80
11
1,10
0,99
1,08
0,98
1,02
0,93
0,99
0,89
0,95
0,86
0,88
0,79
14
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,94
1,02
0,89
0,99
0,85
0,95
0,82
0,88
0,75
15
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,93
1,02
0,87
0,99
0,84
0,95
0,80
0,88
0,74
106
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-30FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,85
0,52
0,90
0,52
0,94
0,52
0,97
0,52
0,99
0,52
1,04
-17
0,58
0,86
0,58
0,91
0,58
0,95
0,58
0,98
0,58
1,00
0,58
1,05
-15
0,62
0,87
0,62
0,91
0,62
0,96
0,62
0,98
0,62
1,01
0,61
1,06
-13
0,65
0,87
0,65
0,91
0,65
0,96
0,65
0,99
0,65
1,01
0,65
1,06
-11
0,69
0,87
0,69
0,92
0,69
0,96
0,69
0,99
0,69
1,02
0,69
1,06
-10
0,71
0,87
0,71
0,92
0,71
0,96
0,71
0,99
0,71
1,02
0,71
1,06
-9
0,73
0,88
0,73
0,92
0,73
0,97
0,73
0,99
0,73
1,02
0,72
1,07
-7
0,77
0,89
0,77
0,94
0,77
0,98
0,77
1,01
0,77
1,03
0,76
1,07
-6
0,79
0,90
0,79
0,94
0,79
0,99
0,79
1,01
0,78
1,04
0,78
1,07
-5
0,82
0,90
0,81
0,95
0,81
1,00
0,81
1,02
0,81
1,05
0,80
1,10
-3
0,85
0,92
0,85
0,96
0,85
1,01
0,85
1,03
0,84
1,06
0,83
1,08
-1
0,89
0,94
0,89
0,98
0,89
1,02
0,88
1,05
0,88
1,07
0,86
1,07
0
0,91
0,94
0,91
0,98
0,91
1,03
0,90
1,06
0,90
1,08
0,87
1,07
1
0,93
0,95
0,93
0,99
0,92
1,03
0,92
1,04
0,91
1,05
0,87
1,03
3
0,97
0,95
0,96
1,00
0,96
1,02
0,95
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,96
5
1,01
0,95
1,00
1,00
0,99
1,02
0,98
1,00
0,95
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,05
0,96
1,03
1,00
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,86
7
1,06
0,96
1,04
0,99
1,01
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,88
0,84
9
1,08
0,96
1,06
0,98
1,02
0,95
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,88
0,88
0,81
10
1,10
0,96
1,07
0,98
1,02
0,93
0,99
0,90
0,95
0,86
0,88
0,79
11
1,10
0,96
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,88
0,95
0,85
0,88
0,78
14
1,13
0,97
1,08
0,93
1,02
0,87
0,99
0,84
0,95
0,81
0,88
0,74
15
1,13
0,97
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,79
0,88
0,73
107
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-32FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,83
0,52
0,88
0,52
0,92
0,52
0,95
0,51
0,97
0,51
1,02
-17
0,57
0,84
0,57
0,88
0,57
0,93
0,57
0,95
0,57
0,98
0,57
1,03
-15
0,61
0,85
0,61
0,89
0,61
0,94
0,61
0,96
0,61
0,98
0,61
1,04
-13
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,89
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,96
0,64
0,99
0,64
1,04
-11
0,68
0,85
0,68
0,90
0,68
0,94
0,68
0,97
0,68
0,99
0,68
1,04
-10
0,70
0,85
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,97
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,04
-9
0,72
0,86
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,95
0,72
0,97
0,72
1,00
0,72
1,05
-7
0,76
0,88
0,76
0,92
0,76
0,97
0,76
0,99
0,76
1,01
0,75
1,06
-6
0,78
0,89
0,78
0,93
0,78
0,97
0,78
1,00
0,78
1,02
0,77
1,07
-5
0,81
0,89
0,80
0,94
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,00
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,08
-3
0,85
0,91
0,84
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,84
1,02
0,84
1,05
0,82
1,09
-1
0,89
0,93
0,88
0,97
0,88
1,02
0,88
1,05
0,87
1,07
0,85
1,10
0
0,91
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,03
0,90
1,06
0,89
1,08
0,87
1,10
1
0,93
0,94
0,92
0,98
0,92
1,03
0,91
1,04
0,90
1,06
0,87
1,06
3
0,96
0,93
0,96
0,98
0,95
1,02
0,94
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,97
5
1,00
0,93
1,00
0,98
0,99
1,01
0,98
1,00
0,95
0,97
0,88
0,88
6
1,04
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,06
0,93
1,04
0,97
1,01
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,96
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,08
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,80
10
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,96
0,85
0,88
0,78
11
1,10
0,94
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,88
0,96
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,96
0,80
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,96
0,78
0,88
0,72
108
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-34FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,83
0,52
0,88
0,52
0,92
0,52
0,94
0,51
0,97
0,51
1,02
-17
0,57
0,84
0,57
0,88
0,57
0,93
0,57
0,95
0,57
0,98
0,57
1,03
-15
0,61
0,85
0,61
0,89
0,61
0,94
0,61
0,96
0,61
0,98
0,61
1,03
-13
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,89
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,96
0,64
0,99
0,64
1,04
-11
0,68
0,85
0,68
0,90
0,68
0,94
0,68
0,97
0,68
0,99
0,68
1,04
-10
0,70
0,85
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,97
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,04
-9
0,72
0,86
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,95
0,72
0,97
0,72
1,00
0,72
1,05
-7
0,76
0,88
0,76
0,92
0,76
0,97
0,76
0,99
0,76
1,02
0,75
1,06
-6
0,78
0,88
0,78
0,93
0,78
0,97
0,78
1,00
0,78
1,02
0,77
1,07
-5
0,81
0,89
0,80
0,93
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,00
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,08
-3
0,85
0,91
0,84
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,84
1,02
0,84
1,05
0,82
1,09
-1
0,89
0,93
0,88
0,97
0,88
1,02
0,88
1,05
0,87
1,07
0,85
1,10
0
0,91
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,03
0,90
1,06
0,89
1,08
0,87
1,10
1
0,93
0,94
0,92
0,98
0,92
1,03
0,91
1,04
0,90
1,06
0,87
1,06
3
0,96
0,93
0,96
0,98
0,95
1,02
0,95
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,97
5
1,00
0,93
1,00
0,98
0,99
1,01
0,98
1,00
0,95
0,97
0,88
0,88
6
1,04
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,06
0,93
1,04
0,97
1,00
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,08
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,01
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,87
0,88
0,80
10
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,95
0,85
0,88
0,78
11
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,87
0,95
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,80
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,95
0,78
0,88
0,72
109
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-36FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,83
0,52
0,88
0,52
0,92
0,52
0,94
0,51
0,97
0,51
1,02
-17
0,57
0,84
0,57
0,88
0,57
0,93
0,57
0,95
0,57
0,98
0,57
1,03
-15
0,61
0,85
0,61
0,89
0,61
0,94
0,61
0,96
0,61
0,98
0,61
1,03
-13
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,89
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,96
0,64
0,99
0,64
1,04
-11
0,68
0,85
0,68
0,90
0,68
0,94
0,68
0,96
0,68
0,99
0,68
1,04
-10
0,70
0,85
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,94
0,70
0,96
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,04
-9
0,72
0,86
0,72
0,90
0,72
0,95
0,72
0,97
0,72
1,00
0,72
1,05
-7
0,76
0,87
0,76
0,92
0,76
0,97
0,76
0,99
0,76
1,02
0,75
1,06
-6
0,78
0,88
0,78
0,93
0,78
0,97
0,78
1,00
0,78
1,02
0,77
1,07
-5
0,81
0,89
0,80
0,93
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,01
0,80
1,03
0,79
1,08
-3
0,85
0,91
0,84
0,95
0,84
1,00
0,84
1,03
0,84
1,05
0,82
1,09
-1
0,89
0,93
0,88
0,97
0,88
1,02
0,88
1,05
0,87
1,07
0,85
1,10
0
0,91
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,03
0,90
1,06
0,89
1,08
0,87
1,10
1
0,93
0,94
0,92
0,98
0,92
1,03
0,91
1,04
0,90
1,06
0,87
1,06
3
0,96
0,94
0,96
0,98
0,95
1,02
0,94
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,97
5
1,00
0,93
1,00
0,98
0,99
1,01
0,98
1,00
0,95
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,04
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,06
0,93
1,04
0,97
1,00
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,08
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,01
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,88
0,88
0,80
10
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,95
0,86
0,88
0,78
11
1,10
0,95
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,87
0,95
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,80
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,95
0,78
0,88
0,72
110
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-38FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,51
0,88
0,51
0,92
0,51
0,97
0,51
0,99
0,51
1,02
0,50
1,07
-17
0,56
0,89
0,56
0,93
0,56
0,98
0,56
1,00
0,56
1,03
0,56
1,08
-15
0,60
0,89
0,60
0,94
0,60
0,98
0,60
1,01
0,60
1,04
0,60
1,09
-13
0,63
0,90
0,63
0,94
0,63
0,99
0,63
1,01
0,63
1,04
0,63
1,09
-11
0,67
0,90
0,67
0,94
0,67
0,99
0,67
1,02
0,67
1,04
0,67
1,09
-10
0,69
0,90
0,69
0,94
0,69
0,99
0,69
1,02
0,69
1,04
0,68
1,09
-9
0,71
0,90
0,71
0,95
0,71
1,00
0,71
1,02
0,71
1,05
0,71
1,10
-7
0,76
0,92
0,75
0,96
0,75
1,01
0,75
1,04
0,75
1,06
0,74
1,11
-6
0,78
0,93
0,78
0,97
0,78
1,02
0,78
1,05
0,77
1,07
0,76
1,11
-5
0,80
0,94
0,80
0,98
0,80
1,03
0,80
1,05
0,80
1,08
0,79
1,13
-3
0,84
0,95
0,84
0,99
0,84
1,04
0,84
1,07
0,84
1,09
0,82
1,12
-1
0,89
0,97
0,89
1,01
0,89
1,06
0,88
1,08
0,88
1,11
0,86
1,11
0
0,91
0,97
0,91
1,02
0,91
1,06
0,90
1,09
0,90
1,11
0,87
1,11
1
0,93
0,97
0,93
1,01
0,92
1,05
0,92
1,07
0,91
1,08
0,87
1,06
3
0,96
0,97
0,96
1,01
0,96
1,04
0,95
1,03
0,93
1,01
0,88
0,97
5
1,00
0,96
1,00
1,01
0,99
1,02
0,98
0,99
0,96
0,95
0,88
0,87
6
1,03
0,95
1,02
0,99
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,86
7
1,04
0,96
1,03
0,99
1,01
0,98
0,98
0,95
0,96
0,92
0,88
0,84
9
1,08
0,96
1,06
0,99
1,02
0,95
0,99
0,92
0,96
0,88
0,88
0,81
10
1,10
0,97
1,07
0,99
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,90
0,96
0,86
0,88
0,79
11
1,10
0,97
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,96
0,85
0,88
0,78
14
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,94
1,02
0,88
0,99
0,84
0,96
0,81
0,88
0,74
15
1,13
0,98
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,96
0,79
0,88
0,73
111
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-40FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,49
0,83
0,49
0,88
0,49
0,92
0,49
0,94
0,49
0,97
0,49
1,02
-17
0,55
0,84
0,55
0,89
0,55
0,93
0,55
0,95
0,55
0,98
0,55
1,03
-15
0,58
0,84
0,58
0,89
0,58
0,94
0,58
0,96
0,58
0,99
0,58
1,04
-13
0,62
0,85
0,62
0,89
0,62
0,94
0,62
0,96
0,62
0,99
0,61
1,04
-11
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,90
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,96
0,65
0,99
0,65
1,04
-10
0,67
0,85
0,67
0,90
0,67
0,94
0,67
0,96
0,67
0,99
0,67
1,04
-9
0,69
0,86
0,69
0,90
0,69
0,95
0,69
0,97
0,69
1,00
0,69
1,05
-7
0,74
0,88
0,74
0,92
0,74
0,97
0,74
0,99
0,73
1,02
0,73
1,06
-6
0,76
0,89
0,76
0,93
0,76
0,98
0,76
1,00
0,75
1,03
0,75
1,07
-5
0,78
0,89
0,78
0,94
0,78
0,98
0,78
1,01
0,78
1,03
0,77
1,08
-3
0,83
0,91
0,82
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,82
1,03
0,82
1,05
0,81
1,09
-1
0,87
0,93
0,87
0,97
0,87
1,02
0,86
1,05
0,86
1,07
0,84
1,10
0
0,89
0,94
0,89
0,98
0,89
1,03
0,89
1,06
0,88
1,08
0,86
1,10
1
0,91
0,94
0,91
0,98
0,91
1,03
0,90
1,04
0,89
1,06
0,86
1,06
3
0,95
0,93
0,95
0,98
0,94
1,02
0,94
1,02
0,92
1,01
0,87
0,97
5
0,99
0,93
0,99
0,98
0,98
1,01
0,97
1,00
0,95
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,03
0,93
1,02
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,04
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,01
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,07
0,94
1,05
0,97
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,87
0,88
0,80
10
1,09
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,95
0,86
0,88
0,78
11
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,88
0,95
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,12
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,80
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,95
0,78
0,88
0,72
112
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-42FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,49
0,83
0,49
0,88
0,49
0,92
0,49
0,94
0,49
0,97
0,49
1,01
-17
0,55
0,84
0,55
0,88
0,55
0,93
0,55
0,95
0,54
0,97
0,54
1,02
-15
0,58
0,84
0,58
0,89
0,58
0,93
0,58
0,96
0,58
0,98
0,58
1,03
-13
0,62
0,85
0,62
0,89
0,62
0,94
0,62
0,96
0,61
0,98
0,61
1,03
-11
0,65
0,85
0,65
0,90
0,65
0,94
0,65
0,96
0,65
0,99
0,64
1,04
-10
0,67
0,85
0,67
0,90
0,67
0,94
0,67
0,96
0,66
0,99
0,66
1,04
-9
0,69
0,86
0,69
0,90
0,69
0,95
0,69
0,97
0,69
1,00
0,68
1,04
-7
0,73
0,88
0,73
0,92
0,73
0,96
0,73
0,99
0,73
1,01
0,72
1,06
-6
0,75
0,88
0,75
0,93
0,75
0,97
0,75
1,00
0,75
1,02
0,74
1,06
-5
0,78
0,89
0,78
0,94
0,78
0,98
0,77
1,01
0,77
1,03
0,77
1,08
-3
0,82
0,91
0,82
0,95
0,82
1,00
0,82
1,02
0,81
1,05
0,80
1,09
-1
0,86
0,93
0,86
0,97
0,86
1,02
0,86
1,04
0,85
1,07
0,83
1,09
0
0,88
0,94
0,88
0,98
0,88
1,03
0,88
1,05
0,88
1,08
0,85
1,10
1
0,90
0,94
0,90
0,98
0,90
1,02
0,90
1,04
0,89
1,05
0,86
1,05
3
0,94
0,94
0,94
0,98
0,94
1,01
0,93
1,01
0,91
0,99
0,86
0,95
5
0,98
0,94
0,98
0,98
0,97
1,01
0,96
0,98
0,94
0,94
0,87
0,86
6
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,87
0,85
7
1,03
0,93
1,02
0,97
1,00
0,98
0,98
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,87
0,83
9
1,06
0,93
1,04
0,96
1,01
0,93
0,98
0,90
0,95
0,86
0,87
0,79
10
1,08
0,93
1,06
0,95
1,01
0,91
0,98
0,88
0,95
0,84
0,87
0,77
11
1,09
0,93
1,06
0,94
1,01
0,89
0,98
0,86
0,95
0,83
0,87
0,76
14
1,12
0,94
1,07
0,90
1,01
0,85
0,98
0,82
0,95
0,79
0,87
0,72
15
1,13
0,94
1,08
0,89
1,01
0,83
0,98
0,80
0,95
0,77
0,87
0,71
113
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-44FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,51
0,83
0,51
0,88
0,51
0,92
0,51
0,95
0,50
0,97
0,50
1,02
-17
0,56
0,84
0,56
0,89
0,56
0,93
0,56
0,95
0,56
0,98
0,56
1,03
-15
0,60
0,85
0,60
0,89
0,60
0,94
0,60
0,96
0,60
0,98
0,59
1,03
-13
0,63
0,85
0,63
0,90
0,63
0,94
0,63
0,96
0,63
0,99
0,63
1,04
-11
0,67
0,85
0,67
0,90
0,67
0,94
0,67
0,97
0,67
0,99
0,66
1,04
-10
0,69
0,85
0,69
0,90
0,69
0,94
0,69
0,97
0,68
0,99
0,68
1,04
-9
0,71
0,86
0,71
0,90
0,71
0,95
0,71
0,97
0,70
1,00
0,70
1,05
-7
0,75
0,88
0,75
0,92
0,75
0,96
0,75
0,99
0,74
1,01
0,74
1,05
-6
0,77
0,88
0,77
0,93
0,77
0,97
0,77
0,99
0,76
1,02
0,76
1,06
-5
0,79
0,89
0,79
0,93
0,79
0,98
0,79
1,00
0,79
1,03
0,78
1,07
-3
0,83
0,91
0,83
0,95
0,83
0,99
0,83
1,01
0,82
1,04
0,81
1,07
-1
0,87
0,92
0,87
0,96
0,87
1,01
0,87
1,03
0,86
1,05
0,84
1,06
0
0,89
0,93
0,89
0,97
0,89
1,01
0,89
1,04
0,88
1,06
0,86
1,06
1
0,91
0,93
0,91
0,97
0,91
1,01
0,90
1,03
0,89
1,04
0,86
1,02
3
0,95
0,94
0,95
0,98
0,94
1,01
0,93
1,01
0,91
1,00
0,86
0,95
5
0,99
0,95
0,98
0,99
0,97
1,01
0,96
1,00
0,94
0,96
0,87
0,88
6
1,03
0,94
1,02
0,99
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,94
0,93
0,87
0,86
7
1,04
0,94
1,03
0,98
1,00
0,98
0,98
0,95
0,94
0,91
0,87
0,83
9
1,07
0,94
1,05
0,96
1,01
0,93
0,98
0,90
0,94
0,86
0,87
0,79
10
1,08
0,94
1,06
0,96
1,01
0,91
0,98
0,88
0,94
0,84
0,87
0,77
11
1,09
0,94
1,06
0,94
1,01
0,89
0,98
0,86
0,94
0,83
0,87
0,76
14
1,11
0,94
1,07
0,91
1,01
0,85
0,98
0,82
0,94
0,79
0,87
0,72
15
1,12
0,94
1,07
0,89
1,01
0,84
0,98
0,81
0,94
0,77
0,87
0,71
114
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-46FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,50
0,83
0,50
0,87
0,50
0,92
0,50
0,94
0,50
0,96
0,50
1,01
-17
0,56
0,84
0,56
0,88
0,56
0,93
0,56
0,95
0,55
0,97
0,55
1,02
-15
0,59
0,84
0,59
0,89
0,59
0,93
0,59
0,95
0,59
0,98
0,59
1,03
-13
0,63
0,85
0,63
0,89
0,63
0,94
0,63
0,96
0,63
0,98
0,62
1,03
-11
0,66
0,85
0,66
0,89
0,66
0,94
0,66
0,96
0,66
0,99
0,66
1,04
-10
0,68
0,85
0,68
0,89
0,68
0,94
0,68
0,96
0,68
0,98
0,68
1,04
-9
0,70
0,86
0,70
0,90
0,70
0,95
0,70
0,97
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,04
-7
0,74
0,87
0,74
0,92
0,74
0,96
0,74
0,98
0,74
1,01
0,73
1,06
-6
0,76
0,88
0,76
0,92
0,76
0,97
0,76
0,99
0,76
1,02
0,75
1,06
-5
0,79
0,89
0,79
0,93
0,78
0,98
0,78
1,00
0,78
1,03
0,78
1,08
-3
0,83
0,91
0,83
0,95
0,83
1,00
0,82
1,02
0,82
1,04
0,81
1,08
-1
0,87
0,93
0,87
0,97
0,87
1,02
0,86
1,04
0,86
1,06
0,84
1,09
0
0,89
0,94
0,89
0,97
0,89
1,03
0,88
1,05
0,88
1,07
0,85
1,09
1
0,91
0,94
0,91
0,98
0,90
1,02
0,90
1,04
0,89
1,05
0,86
1,05
3
0,95
0,94
0,94
0,98
0,94
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,91
1,00
0,86
0,96
5
0,99
0,93
0,98
0,98
0,97
1,01
0,96
0,99
0,94
0,95
0,87
0,88
6
1,03
0,93
1,01
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,94
0,93
0,87
0,86
7
1,04
0,93
1,02
0,96
1,00
0,98
0,98
0,94
0,94
0,91
0,87
0,84
9
1,07
0,92
1,05
0,95
1,01
0,93
0,98
0,89
0,94
0,86
0,87
0,79
10
1,08
0,92
1,06
0,95
1,01
0,90
0,98
0,87
0,94
0,84
0,87
0,77
11
1,09
0,92
1,06
0,94
1,01
0,89
0,98
0,86
0,94
0,82
0,87
0,75
14
1,11
0,93
1,07
0,90
1,01
0,85
0,98
0,81
0,94
0,78
0,87
0,72
15
1,12
0,94
1,07
0,89
1,01
0,83
0,98
0,80
0,94
0,77
0,87
0,70
115
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
RAS-48FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,51
0,83
0,51
0,87
0,51
0,91
0,51
0,94
0,50
0,96
0,50
1,01
-17
0,56
0,83
0,56
0,88
0,56
0,92
0,56
0,95
0,56
0,97
0,56
1,02
-15
0,60
0,84
0,60
0,88
0,60
0,93
0,60
0,95
0,60
0,98
0,59
1,03
-13
0,63
0,84
0,63
0,89
0,63
0,93
0,63
0,96
0,63
0,98
0,63
1,03
-11
0,67
0,84
0,67
0,89
0,67
0,93
0,67
0,96
0,67
0,98
0,66
1,03
-10
0,69
0,84
0,69
0,89
0,69
0,93
0,69
0,96
0,68
0,98
0,68
1,03
-9
0,71
0,85
0,71
0,90
0,71
0,94
0,71
0,97
0,70
0,99
0,70
1,04
-7
0,75
0,87
0,75
0,91
0,75
0,96
0,75
0,98
0,74
1,01
0,74
1,05
-6
0,77
0,88
0,77
0,92
0,77
0,97
0,77
0,99
0,76
1,02
0,76
1,06
-5
0,79
0,89
0,79
0,93
0,79
0,97
0,79
1,00
0,79
1,02
0,78
1,07
-3
0,83
0,91
0,83
0,95
0,83
0,99
0,83
1,02
0,83
1,04
0,81
1,08
-1
0,88
0,92
0,87
0,96
0,87
1,01
0,87
1,04
0,87
1,06
0,84
1,09
0
0,90
0,93
0,89
0,97
0,89
1,02
0,89
1,05
0,88
1,07
0,86
1,09
1
0,92
0,93
0,91
0,97
0,91
1,02
0,91
1,04
0,90
1,05
0,86
1,05
3
0,96
0,93
0,95
0,98
0,95
1,01
0,94
1,02
0,92
1,00
0,87
0,96
5
1,00
0,93
0,99
0,98
0,98
1,01
0,97
1,00
0,94
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,03
0,93
1,02
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,05
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
0,98
0,98
0,95
0,95
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,07
0,93
1,05
0,97
1,01
0,94
0,98
0,91
0,95
0,87
0,88
0,80
10
1,09
0,93
1,07
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,88
0,95
0,85
0,88
0,78
11
1,10
0,94
1,07
0,95
1,02
0,90
0,99
0,87
0,95
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,12
0,95
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,79
0,88
0,73
15
1,13
0,95
1,08
0,90
1,02
0,84
0,99
0,81
0,95
0,78
0,88
0,72
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RAS-50FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,53
0,86
0,53
0,91
0,53
0,96
0,53
0,98
0,53
0,27
0,52
1,06
-17
0,59
0,87
0,59
0,92
0,59
0,97
0,59
0,99
0,58
0,27
0,58
1,07
-15
0,62
0,88
0,62
0,92
0,62
0,97
0,62
1,00
0,62
0,27
0,62
1,07
-13
0,66
0,88
0,66
0,93
0,66
0,98
0,66
1,00
0,66
0,27
0,66
1,08
-11
0,70
0,88
0,70
0,93
0,70
0,98
0,70
1,00
0,69
0,27
0,69
1,08
-10
0,71
0,88
0,71
0,93
0,71
0,98
0,71
1,00
0,71
0,27
0,71
1,08
-9
0,74
0,89
0,74
0,94
0,74
0,99
0,74
1,01
0,73
0,28
0,73
1,09
-7
0,78
0,91
0,78
0,95
0,78
1,00
0,77
1,02
0,77
0,28
0,77
1,10
-6
0,80
0,92
0,80
0,96
0,80
1,01
0,79
1,03
0,79
0,28
0,78
1,10
-5
0,82
0,92
0,82
0,97
0,82
1,01
0,82
1,04
0,81
0,28
0,81
1,12
-3
0,86
0,94
0,86
0,98
0,86
1,03
0,85
1,06
0,85
0,29
0,84
1,11
-1
0,90
0,96
0,90
1,00
0,90
1,05
0,89
1,07
0,89
0,29
0,87
1,11
0
0,92
0,97
0,92
1,01
0,92
1,06
0,91
1,08
0,91
0,29
0,88
1,11
1
0,94
0,96
0,94
1,00
0,93
1,05
0,93
1,06
0,92
0,29
0,88
1,06
3
0,98
0,95
0,97
1,00
0,97
1,03
0,95
1,03
0,94
0,27
0,88
0,97
5
1,02
0,94
1,01
0,99
1,00
1,01
0,98
1,00
0,95
0,26
0,88
0,88
6
1,05
0,94
1,03
0,99
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,95
0,25
0,88
0,85
7
1,06
0,95
1,04
0,98
1,01
0,98
0,98
0,95
0,95
0,24
0,88
0,83
9
1,09
0,95
1,06
0,98
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,95
0,23
0,88
0,80
10
1,11
0,95
1,07
0,98
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,95
0,23
0,88
0,78
11
1,11
0,95
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,88
0,95
0,22
0,88
0,77
14
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,87
0,99
0,83
0,95
0,21
0,88
0,73
15
1,14
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,82
0,95
0,21
0,88
0,72
117
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procedure
RAS-52FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,52
0,85
0,52
0,90
0,52
0,94
0,52
0,97
0,52
0,99
0,52
1,04
-17
0,58
0,86
0,58
0,91
0,58
0,95
0,58
0,98
0,58
1,00
0,58
1,05
-15
0,62
0,87
0,62
0,91
0,62
0,96
0,62
0,98
0,62
1,01
0,61
1,06
-13
0,65
0,87
0,65
0,91
0,65
0,96
0,65
0,99
0,65
1,01
0,65
1,06
-11
0,69
0,87
0,69
0,92
0,69
0,96
0,69
0,99
0,69
1,01
0,69
1,07
-10
0,71
0,87
0,71
0,92
0,71
0,96
0,71
0,99
0,71
1,01
0,71
1,07
-9
0,73
0,88
0,73
0,92
0,73
0,97
0,73
1,00
0,73
1,02
0,72
1,07
-7
0,77
0,90
0,77
0,94
0,77
0,99
0,77
1,01
0,77
1,04
0,76
1,09
-6
0,79
0,91
0,79
0,95
0,79
1,00
0,79
1,02
0,79
1,05
0,78
1,09
-5
0,82
0,91
0,81
0,96
0,81
1,00
0,81
1,03
0,81
1,05
0,80
1,10
-3
0,86
0,93
0,85
0,97
0,85
1,02
0,85
1,05
0,85
1,07
0,83
1,11
-1
0,90
0,95
0,89
0,99
0,89
1,04
0,89
1,07
0,88
1,09
0,86
1,12
0
0,92
0,96
0,92
1,00
0,91
1,05
0,91
1,08
0,90
1,10
0,88
1,13
1
0,94
0,96
0,93
1,00
0,93
1,04
0,92
1,06
0,91
1,08
0,88
1,08
3
0,98
0,94
0,97
0,99
0,96
1,03
0,95
1,03
0,93
1,02
0,88
0,98
5
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,98
1,00
1,01
0,99
1,00
0,96
0,97
0,88
0,88
6
1,06
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,99
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,85
7
1,07
0,93
1,04
0,97
1,01
0,98
0,99
0,95
0,96
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,10
0,94
1,06
0,97
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,80
10
1,11
0,94
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,96
0,85
0,88
0,78
11
1,11
0,94
1,08
0,96
1,02
0,91
0,99
0,87
0,96
0,84
0,88
0,77
14
1,13
0,95
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,96
0,79
0,88
0,73
15
1,14
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,85
0,99
0,81
0,96
0,78
0,88
0,71
118
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procedure
RAS-54FSXN
To\Ti
16
18
20
21
22
24
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
Q
P
-20
0,53
0,86
0,53
0,91
0,53
0,95
0,53
0,98
0,52
1,00
0,52
1,05
-17
0,58
0,87
0,58
0,91
0,58
0,96
0,58
0,99
0,58
1,01
0,58
1,06
-15
0,62
0,87
0,62
0,92
0,62
0,97
0,62
0,99
0,62
1,02
0,62
1,07
-13
0,66
0,88
0,66
0,92
0,66
0,97
0,66
1,00
0,66
1,02
0,65
1,07
-11
0,69
0,88
0,69
0,93
0,69
0,97
0,69
1,00
0,69
1,02
0,69
1,07
-10
0,71
0,88
0,71
0,93
0,71
0,97
0,71
1,00
0,71
1,02
0,71
1,07
-9
0,73
0,89
0,73
0,93
0,73
0,98
0,73
1,01
0,73
1,03
0,73
1,08
-7
0,78
0,90
0,78
0,95
0,77
1,00
0,77
1,02
0,77
1,05
0,76
1,10
-6
0,80
0,91
0,80
0,96
0,80
1,01
0,79
1,03
0,79
1,06
0,78
1,10
-5
0,82
0,92
0,82
0,97
0,82
1,01
0,81
1,04
0,81
1,07
0,81
1,12
-3
0,86
0,94
0,86
0,99
0,86
1,03
0,85
1,06
0,85
1,09
0,84
1,13
-1
0,90
0,96
0,90
1,00
0,90
1,05
0,89
1,08
0,89
1,11
0,87
1,13
0
0,92
0,97
0,92
1,01
0,92
1,07
0,91
1,09
0,91
1,12
0,88
1,14
1
0,94
0,96
0,94
1,01
0,93
1,05
0,93
1,07
0,92
1,09
0,88
1,09
3
0,98
0,95
0,98
0,99
0,97
1,03
0,96
1,04
0,94
1,03
0,88
0,98
5
1,02
0,93
1,01
0,98
1,00
1,01
0,98
1,00
0,96
0,96
0,88
0,88
6
1,06
0,93
1,03
0,97
1,00
1,00
0,98
0,97
0,96
0,93
0,88
0,84
7
1,07
0,93
1,04
0,97
1,01
0,98
0,98
0,95
0,96
0,91
0,88
0,83
9
1,10
0,93
1,06
0,97
1,02
0,94
0,99
0,91
0,96
0,87
0,88
0,79
10
1,11
0,94
1,07
0,97
1,02
0,92
0,99
0,89
0,96
0,85
0,88
0,78
11
1,11
0,94
1,07
0,96
1,02
0,90
0,99
0,87
0,96
0,83
0,88
0,76
14
1,13
0,95
1,08
0,92
1,02
0,86
0,99
0,83
0,96
0,79
0,88
0,72
15
1,13
0,96
1,08
0,91
1,02
0,84
0,99
0,81
0,96
0,78
0,88
0,71
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procedure
4.5 Outdoor unit capacity with total horsepower of combined indoor unit
The following tables show the examples of outdoor unit capacity which corresponds with total horsepower of combined
indoor unit, according to the “Capacity Characteristic Curve” on previous pages.
NOTE
•
* : This values are in kcal/h.
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-8FSXN
Cooling
RAS-10FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-12FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
4
11,2
*9,63
12,5
*10,75
4,5
12,6
*10,84
14,06
*12,09
5
14
*12,04
15,63
*13,44
14
*12,04
15,75
*13,55
5,5
15,4
*13,24
17,19
*14,78
15,4
*13,24
17,33
*14,9
6
16,8
*14,45
18,75
*16,13
16,8
*14,45
18,9
*16,25
16,75
*14,41
18,75
*16,13
6,5
18,2
*15,65
20,31
*17,47
18,2
*15,65
20,48
*17,61
18,15
*15,61
20,31
*17,47
7
19,6
*16,86
21,87
*18,81
19,6
*16,86
22,05
*18,96
19,54
*16,81
21,87
*18,81
7,5
21
*18,06
23,44
*20,16
21
*18,06
23,62
*20,32
20,94
*18,01
23,44
*20,16
8
22,4
*19,26
25
*21,5
22,4
*19,26
25,2
*21,67
22,34
*19,21
25
*21,5
8,5
22,4
*19,26
25
*21,5
23,8
*20,47
26,77
*23,03
23,73
*20,41
26,56
*22,84
9
22,4
*19,26
25
*21,5
25,2
*21,67
28,35
*24,38
25,13
*21,61
28,12
*24,19
9,5
22,4
*19,26
25
*21,5
26,6
*22,88
29,92
*25,74
26,52
*22,81
29,69
*25,53
10
22,4
*19,26
25
*21,5
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
27,92
*24,01
31,25
*26,87
10,5
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
29,32
*25,21
32,81
*28,22
11
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
30,71
*26,41
34,38
*29,56
11,5
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
32,11
*27,61
35,94
*30,91
12
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
12,5
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
13,5
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
14
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
15
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
15,5
33,5
*28,81
37,5
*32,25
13
—
—
14,5
—
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procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-14FSXN
Cooling
RAS-16FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-18FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
7
20
*17,2
22,5
*19,35
7,5
21,43
*18,43
24,1
*20,73
8
22,86
*19,66
25,71
*22,11
22,5
*19,35
25
*21,5
8,5
24,28
*20,88
27,32
*23,49
23,91
*20,56
26,56
*22,84
9
25,71
*22,11
28,93
*24,88
25,31
*21,77
28,12
*24,19
25
*21,5
28
*24,08
9,5
27,14
*23,34
30,53
*26,26
26,72
*22,98
29,69
*25,53
26,39
*22,7
29,55
*25,42
10
28,57
*24,57
32,14
*27,64
28,12
*24,19
31,25
*26,87
27,78
*23,89
31,11
*26,75
10,5
30
*25,8
33,75
*29,02
29,53
*25,4
32,81
*28,22
29,17
*25,09
32,67
*28,09
11
31,43
*27,03
35,35
*30,4
30,94
*26,61
34,38
*29,56
30,56
*26,28
34,22
*29,43
11,5
32,86
*28,26
36,96
*31,79
32,34
*27,82
35,94
*30,91
31,95
*27,47
35,78
*30,77
12
34,28
*29,48
38,57
*33,17
33,75
*29,03
37,5
*32,25
33,34
*28,67
37,33
*32,11
12,5
35,71
*30,71
40,18
*34,55
35,16
*30,23
39,06
*33,59
34,73
*29,86
38,89
*33,44
13
37,14
*31,94
41,78
*35,93
36,56
*31,44
40,63
*34,94
36,11
*31,06
40,44
*34,78
13,5
38,57
*33,17
43,39
*37,31
37,97
*32,65
42,19
*36,28
37,5
*32,25
42
*36,12
14
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
39,38
*33,86
43,75
*37,63
38,89
*33,45
43,55
*37,46
14,5
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
40,78
*35,07
45,31
*38,97
40,28
*34,64
45,11
*38,79
15
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
42,19
*36,28
46,88
*40,31
41,67
*35,84
46,67
*40,13
15,5
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
43,59
*37,49
48,44
*41,66
43,06
*37,03
48,22
*41,47
16
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
45
*38,7
50
*43
44,45
*38,23
49,78
*42,81
16,5
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
45
*38,7
50
*43
45,84
*39,42
51,33
*44,15
17
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
45
*38,7
50
*43
47,23
*40,61
52,89
*45,48
17,5
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
45
*38,7
50
*43
48,61
*41,81
54,44
*46,82
18
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
45
*38,7
50
*43
50
*43
56
*48,16
18,5
45
*38,7
50
*43
50
*43
56
*48,16
19
45
*38,7
50
*43
50
*43
56
*48,16
19,5
45
*38,7
50
*43
50
*43
56
*48,16
20
45
*38,7
50
*43
50
*43
56
*48,16
45
*38,7
50
*43
50
*43
56
*48,16
50
*43
56
*48,16
50
*43
56
*48,16
50
*43
56
*48,16
22,5
50
*43
56
*48,16
23
50
*43
56
*48,16
20,5
—
—
21
21,5
—
22
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procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-20FSXN
Cooling
RAS-22FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-24FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
10
28
*24,08
31,5
*27,09
10,5
29,4
*25,28
33,08
*28,44
11
30,8
*26,49
34,65
*29,8
30,75
*26,45
34,5
*29,67
11,5
32,2
*27,69
36,23
*31,15
32,15
*27,65
36,07
*31,02
12
33,6
*28,9
37,8
*32,51
33,55
*28,85
37,64
*32,37
34,5
*29,67
38,75
*33,32
12,5
35
*30,1
39,38
*33,86
34,94
*30,05
39,2
*33,72
35,94
*30,91
40,36
*34,71
13
36,4
*31,3
40,95
*35,22
36,34
*31,25
40,77
*35,06
37,38
*32,14
41,98
*36,1
13,5
37,8
*32,51
42,53
*36,57
37,74
*32,46
42,34
*36,41
38,81
*33,38
43,59
*37,49
14
39,2
*33,71
44,1
*37,93
39,14
*33,66
43,91
*37,76
40,25
*34,62
45,21
*38,88
14,5
40,6
*34,92
45,68
*39,28
40,53
*34,86
45,48
*39,11
41,69
*35,85
46,82
*40,27
15
42
*36,12
47,25
*40,64
41,93
*36,06
47,04
*40,46
43,13
*37,09
48,44
*41,65
15,5
43,4
*37,32
48,83
*41,99
43,33
*37,26
48,61
*41,81
44,56
*38,32
50,05
*43,04
16
44,8
*38,53
50,4
*43,34
44,73
*38,47
50,18
*43,16
46
*39,56
51,66
*44,43
16,5
46,2
*39,73
51,98
*44,7
46,13
*39,67
51,75
*44,5
47,44
*40,8
53,28
*45,82
17
47,6
*40,94
53,55
*46,05
47,52
*40,87
53,32
*45,85
48,87
*42,03
54,89
*47,21
17,5
49
*42,14
55,12
*47,41
48,92
*42,07
54,89
*47,2
50,31
*43,27
56,51
*48,6
18
50,4
*43,34
56,7
*48,76
50,32
*43,27
56,45
*48,55
51,75
*44,5
58,12
*49,98
18,5
51,8
*44,55
58,27
*50,12
51,72
*44,48
58,02
*49,9
53,19
*45,74
59,74
*51,37
19
53,2
*45,75
59,85
*51,47
53,11
*45,68
59,59
*51,25
54,62
*46,98
61,35
*52,76
19,5
54,6
*46,96
61,42
*52,83
54,51
*46,88
61,16
*52,6
56,06
*48,21
62,97
*54,15
20
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
55,91
*48,08
62,73
*53,94
57,5
*49,45
64,58
*55,54
20,5
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
57,31
*49,28
64,29
*55,29
58,94
*50,69
66,19
*56,93
21
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
58,71
*50,49
65,86
*56,64
60,37
*51,92
67,81
*58,32
21,5
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
60,1
*51,69
67,43
*57,99
61,81
*53,16
69,42
*59,7
22
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
63,25
*54,39
71,04
*61,09
22,5
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
64,69
*55,63
72,65
*62,48
23
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
66,12
*56,87
74,27
*63,87
23,5
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
67,56
*58,1
75,88
*65,26
24
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
24,5
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
25
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
25,5
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
26
56
*48,16
63
*54,18
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
—
122
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
—
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-20FSXN
Cooling
RAS-22FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-24FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
26,5
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
27
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
27,5
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
28
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
61,5
*52,89
69
*59,34
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
30,5
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
31
69
*59,34
77,5
*66,65
28,5
—
29
29,5
30
—
123
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-26FSXN
Cooling
RAS-28FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-30FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
13
36,5
*31,39
41,25
*35,47
13,5
37,9
*32,6
42,84
*36,84
14
39,31
*33,8
44,42
*38,2
40
*34,4
45
*38,7
14,5
40,71
*35,01
46,01
*39,57
41,43
*35,63
46,61
*40,08
15
42,12
*36,22
47,6
*40,93
42,86
*36,86
48,21
*41,46
42,5
*36,55
47,5
*40,85
15,5
43,52
*37,43
49,18
*42,3
44,28
*38,08
49,82
*42,85
43,92
*37,77
49,08
*42,21
16
44,92
*38,63
50,77
*43,66
45,71
*39,31
51,43
*44,23
45,33
*38,99
50,67
*43,57
16,5
46,33
*39,84
52,35
*45,02
47,14
*40,54
53,04
*45,61
46,75
*40,2
52,25
*44,94
17
47,73
*41,05
53,94
*46,39
48,57
*41,77
54,64
*46,99
48,17
*41,42
53,83
*46,3
17,5
49,13
*42,26
55,53
*47,75
50
*43
56,25
*48,38
49,58
*42,64
55,42
*47,66
18
50,54
*43,46
57,11
*49,12
51,43
*44,23
57,86
*49,76
51
*43,86
57
*49,02
18,5
51,94
*44,67
58,7
*50,48
52,85
*45,45
59,46
*51,14
52,42
*45,08
58,58
*50,38
19
53,35
*45,88
60,29
*51,85
54,28
*46,68
61,07
*52,52
53,83
*46,3
60,17
*51,74
19,5
54,75
*47,09
61,87
*53,21
55,71
*47,91
62,68
*53,9
55,25
*47,51
61,75
*53,11
20
56,15
*48,29
63,46
*54,58
57,14
*49,14
64,29
*55,29
56,67
*48,73
63,33
*54,47
20,5
57,56
*49,5
65,05
*55,94
58,57
*50,37
65,89
*56,67
58,08
*49,95
64,92
*55,83
21
58,96
*50,71
66,63
*57,3
60
*51,6
67,5
*58,05
59,5
*51,17
66,5
*57,19
21,5
60,37
*51,91
68,22
*58,67
61,43
*52,83
69,11
*59,43
60,92
*52,39
68,08
*58,55
22
61,77
*53,12
69,81
*60,03
62,85
*54,05
70,71
*60,81
62,33
*53,61
69,67
*59,91
22,5
63,17
*54,33
71,39
*61,4
64,28
*55,28
72,32
*62,2
63,75
*54,82
71,25
*61,28
23
64,58
*55,54
72,98
*62,76
65,71
*56,51
73,93
*63,58
65,17
*56,04
72,83
*62,64
23,5
65,98
*56,74
74,57
*64,13
67,14
*57,74
75,54
*64,96
66,58
*57,26
74,42
*64
24
67,38
*57,95
76,15
*65,49
68,57
*58,97
77,14
*66,34
68
*58,48
76
*65,36
24,5
68,79
*59,16
77,74
*66,86
70
*60,2
78,75
*67,73
69,42
*59,7
77,58
*66,72
25
70,19
*60,37
79,32
*68,22
71,42
*61,43
80,36
*69,11
70,83
*60,92
79,17
*68,08
25,5
71,6
*61,57
80,91
*69,58
72,85
*62,65
81,96
*70,49
72,25
*62,13
80,75
*69,45
26
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
74,28
*63,88
83,57
*71,87
73,67
*63,35
82,33
*70,81
26,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
75,71
*65,11
85,18
*73,25
75,08
*64,57
83,92
*72,17
27
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
77,14
*66,34
86,79
*74,64
76,5
*65,79
85,5
*73,53
27,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
78,57
*67,57
88,39
*76,02
77,92
*67,01
87,08
*74,89
28
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
79,33
*68,23
88,67
*76,25
28,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
80,75
*69,44
90,25
*77,62
29
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
82,17
*70,66
91,83
*78,98
29,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
83,58
*71,88
93,42
*80,34
30
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
30,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
31
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
31,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
—
124
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
—
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-26FSXN
Cooling
RAS-28FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-30FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
32
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
32,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
33
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
33,5
73
*62,78
82,5
*70,95
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
34
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
34,5
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
35
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
35,5
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
36
80
*68,8
90
*77,4
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
38,5
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
39
85
*73,1
95
*81,7
—
36,5
37
37,5
—
38
125
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-32FSXN
Cooling
RAS-34FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-36FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
16
45
*38,7
50
*43
16,5
46,41
*39,91
51,56
*44,34
17
47,81
*41,12
53,12
*45,69
47,5
*40,85
53
*45,58
17,5
49,22
*42,33
54,69
*47,03
48,89
*42,05
54,56
*46,92
18
50,62
*43,54
56,25
*48,37
50,29
*43,25
56,12
*48,26
50
*43
56
*48,16
18,5
52,03
*44,75
57,81
*49,72
51,69
*44,45
57,68
*49,6
51,39
*44,19
57,55
*49,5
19
53,44
*45,96
59,37
*51,06
53,09
*45,65
59,23
*50,94
52,78
*45,39
59,11
*50,83
19,5
54,84
*47,17
60,94
*52,41
54,48
*46,86
60,79
*52,28
54,17
*46,58
60,66
*52,17
20
56,25
*48,37
62,5
*53,75
55,88
*48,06
62,35
*53,62
55,56
*47,78
62,22
*53,51
20,5
57,66
*49,58
64,06
*55,09
57,28
*49,26
63,91
*54,96
56,94
*48,97
63,78
*54,85
21
59,06
*50,79
65,62
*56,44
58,67
*50,46
65,47
*56,3
58,33
*50,17
65,33
*56,18
21,5
60,47
*52
67,19
*57,78
60,07
*51,66
67,03
*57,64
59,72
*51,36
66,89
*57,52
22
61,87
*53,21
68,75
*59,12
61,47
*52,86
68,59
*58,98
61,11
*52,56
68,44
*58,86
22,5
63,28
*54,42
70,31
*60,47
62,86
*54,06
70,15
*60,33
62,5
*53,75
70
*60,2
23
64,69
*55,63
71,87
*61,81
64,26
*55,27
71,7
*61,67
63,89
*54,94
71,55
*61,54
23,5
66,09
*56,84
73,44
*63,16
65,66
*56,47
73,26
*63,01
65,28
*56,14
73,11
*62,87
24
67,5
*58,05
75
*64,5
67,06
*57,67
74,82
*64,35
66,67
*57,33
74,66
*64,21
24,5
68,91
*59,26
76,56
*65,84
68,45
*58,87
76,38
*65,69
68,06
*58,53
76,22
*65,55
25
70,31
*60,47
78,12
*67,19
69,85
*60,07
77,94
*67,03
69,44
*59,72
77,77
*66,89
25,5
71,72
*61,68
79,69
*68,53
71,25
*61,27
79,5
*68,37
70,83
*60,92
79,33
*68,22
26
73,12
*62,89
81,25
*69,87
72,64
*62,47
81,06
*69,71
72,22
*62,11
80,89
*69,56
26,5
74,53
*64,1
82,81
*71,22
74,04
*63,68
82,62
*71,05
73,61
*63,31
82,44
*70,9
27
75,94
*65,31
84,37
*72,56
75,44
*64,88
84,18
*72,39
75
*64,5
84
*72,24
27,5
77,34
*66,52
85,94
*73,91
76,83
*66,08
85,73
*73,73
76,39
*65,69
85,55
*73,58
28
78,75
*67,72
87,5
*75,25
78,23
*67,28
87,29
*75,07
77,78
*66,89
87,11
*74,91
28,5
80,16
*68,93
89,06
*76,59
79,63
*68,48
88,85
*76,41
79,17
*68,08
88,66
*76,25
29
81,56
*70,14
90,62
*77,94
81,03
*69,68
90,41
*77,75
80,56
*69,28
90,22
*77,59
29,5
82,97
*71,35
92,19
*79,28
82,42
*70,88
91,97
*79,09
81,95
*70,47
91,77
*78,93
30
84,37
*72,56
93,75
*80,62
83,82
*72,09
93,53
*80,43
83,33
*71,67
93,33
*80,26
30,5
85,78
*73,77
95,31
*81,97
85,22
*73,29
95,09
*81,77
84,72
*72,86
94,89
*81,6
31
87,19
*74,98
96,87
*83,31
86,61
*74,49
96,65
*83,12
86,11
*74,06
96,44
*82,94
31,5
88,59
*76,19
98,44
*84,66
88,01
*75,69
98,2
*84,46
87,5
*75,25
98
*84,28
32
90
*77,4
100
*86
89,41
*76,89
99,76
*85,8
88,89
*76,45
99,55
*85,61
32,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
90,8
*78,09
101,32
*87,14
90,28
*77,64
101,11
*86,95
33
90
*77,4
100
*86
92,2
*79,29
102,88
*88,48
91,67
*78,83
102,66
*88,29
33,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
93,6
*80,5
104,44
*89,82
93,06
*80,03
104,22
*89,63
34
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
94,45
*81,22
105,77
*90,97
34,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
95,83
*82,42
107,33
*92,3
—
126
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
—
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-32FSXN
Cooling
RAS-34FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-36FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
35
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
97,22
*83,61
108,89
*93,64
35,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
98,61
*84,81
110,44
*94,98
36
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
36,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
37
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
37,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
38
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
38,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
39
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
39,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
40,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
41
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
41,5
90
*77,4
100
*86
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
42
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
42,5
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
43
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
43,5
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
44
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
44,1
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
44,2
95
*81,7
106
*91,16
100
*86
112
*96,32
100
*86
112
*96,32
100
*86
112
*96,32
100
*86
112
*96,32
44,6
100
*86
112
*96,32
44,7
100
*86
112
*96,32
100
*86
112
*96,32
44,9
100
*86
112
*96,32
45
100
*86
112
*96,32
45,5
100
*86
112
*96,32
46
100
*86
112
*96,32
46,5
100
*86
112
*96,32
44,3
44,4
—
44,5
—
44,8
127
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-38FSXN
Cooling
RAS-40FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-42FSXN
Heating
19
54,5
*46,87
59
*50,74
19,5
55,93
*48,1
60,55
*52,08
20
57,37
*49,34
62,11
*53,41
56
*48,16
62,5
*53,75
20,5
58,8
*50,57
63,66
*54,75
57,4
*49,36
64,06
*55,09
21
60,24
*51,8
65,21
*56,08
58,8
*50,57
65,62
*56,44
21,5
61,67
*53,04
66,76
*57,42
60,2
*51,77
67,19
22
63,1
*54,27
68,32
*58,75
61,6
*52,98
68,75
22,5
64,54
*55,5
69,87
*60,09
63
*54,18
Cooling
Heating
—
—
59
*50,74
66
*56,76
*57,78
60,4
*51,95
67,57
*58,11
*59,12
61,81
*53,16
69,14
*59,46
70,31
*60,47
63,21
*54,36
70,72
*60,82
23
65,97
*56,74
71,42
*61,42
64,4
*55,38
71,87
*61,81
64,62
*55,57
72,29
*62,17
23,5
67,41
*57,97
72,97
*62,76
65,8
*56,59
73,44
*63,16
66,02
*56,78
73,86
*63,52
24
68,84
*59,2
74,53
*64,09
67,2
*57,79
75
*64,5
67,43
*57,99
75,43
*64,87
24,5
70,28
*60,44
76,08
*65,43
68,6
*59
76,56
*65,84
68,83
*59,2
77
*66,22
25
71,71
*61,67
77,63
*66,76
70
*60,2
78,12
*67,19
70,24
*60,4
78,57
*67,57
25,5
73,14
*62,9
79,19
*68,1
71,4
*61,4
79,69
*68,53
71,64
*61,61
80,14
*68,92
26
74,58
*64,14
80,74
*69,43
72,8
*62,61
81,25
*69,87
73,05
*62,82
81,72
*70,28
26,5
76,01
*65,37
82,29
*70,77
74,2
*63,81
82,81
*71,22
74,45
*64,03
83,29
*71,63
27
77,45
*66,6
83,84
*72,11
75,6
*65,02
84,37
*72,56
75,86
*65,24
84,86
*72,98
27,5
78,88
*67,84
85,4
*73,44
77
*66,22
85,94
*73,91
77,26
*66,44
86,43
*74,33
28
80,32
*69,07
86,95
*74,78
78,4
*67,42
87,5
*75,25
78,67
*67,65
88
*75,68
28,5
81,75
*70,3
88,5
*76,11
79,8
*68,63
89,06
*76,59
80,07
*68,86
89,57
*77,03
29
83,18
*71,54
90,05
*77,45
81,2
*69,83
90,62
*77,94
81,48
*70,07
91,14
*78,38
29,5
84,62
*72,77
91,61
*78,78
82,6
*71,04
92,19
*79,28
82,88
*71,28
92,72
*79,74
30
86,05
*74
93,16
*80,12
84
*72,24
93,75
*80,62
84,28
*72,49
94,29
*81,09
30,5
87,49
*75,24
94,71
*81,45
85,4
*73,44
95,31
*81,97
85,69
*73,69
95,86
*82,44
31
88,92
*76,47
96,26
*82,79
86,8
*74,65
96,87
*83,31
87,09
*74,9
97,43
*83,79
31,5
90,35
*77,7
97,82
*84,12
88,2
*75,85
98,44
*84,66
88,5
*76,11
99
*85,14
32
91,79
*78,94
99,37
*85,46
89,6
*77,06
100
*86
89,9
*77,32
100,57
*86,49
32,5
93,22
*80,17
100,92
*86,79
91
*78,26
101,56
*87,34
91,31
*78,53
102,14
*87,84
33
94,66
*81,41
102,47
*88,13
92,4
*79,46
103,13
*88,69
92,71
*79,73
103,72
*89,2
33,5
96,09
*82,64
104,03
*89,46
93,8
*80,67
104,69
*90,03
94,12
*80,94
105,29
*90,55
34
97,53
*83,87
105,58
*90,8
95,2
*81,87
106,25
*91,37
95,52
*82,15
106,86
*91,9
34,5
98,96
*85,11
107,13
*92,13
96,6
*83,08
107,81
*92,72
96,93
*83,36
108,43
*93,25
35
100,39
*86,34
108,69
*93,47
98
*84,28
109,38
*94,06
98,33
*84,57
110
*94,6
35,5
101,83
*87,57
110,24
*94,8
99,4
*85,48
110,94
*95,41
99,74
*85,77
111,57
*95,95
36
103,26
*88,81
111,79
*96,14
100,8
*86,69
112,5
*96,75
101,14
*86,98
113,14
*97,3
36,5
104,7
*90,04
113,34
*97,48
102,2
*87,89
114,06
*98,09
102,55
*88,19
114,72
*98,66
37
106,13
*91,27
114,9
*98,81
103,6
*89,1
115,63
*99,44
103,95
*89,4
116,29
*100,01
37,5
107,57
*92,51
116,45
*100,15
105
*90,3
117,19
*100,78
105,36
*90,61
117,86
*101,36
38
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
106,4
*91,5
118,75
*102,13
106,76
*91,81
119,43
*102,71
38,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
107,8
*92,71
120,31
*103,47
108,17
*93,02
121
*104,06
39
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
109,2
*93,91
121,88
*104,81
109,57
*94,23
122,57
*105,41
39,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
110,6
*95,12
123,44
*106,16
110,98
*95,44
124,14
*106,76
40
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
112,38
*96,65
125,72
*108,12
40,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
113,78
*97,85
127,29
*109,47
128
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-38FSXN
Cooling
RAS-40FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-42FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
41
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
115,19
*99,06
128,86
*110,82
41,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
116,59
*100,27
130,43
*112,17
42
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
42,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
43
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
43,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
44
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
44,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
45
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
45,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
46
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
46,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
47
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
47,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
48
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
48,5
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
49
109
*93,74
118
*101,48
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
49,5
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
50
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
50,5
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
51
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
51,5
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
112
*96,32
125
*107,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
52,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
53
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
54
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
54,5
118
*101,48
132
*113,52
52
—
53,5
—
129
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-44FSXN
Cooling
RAS-46FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-48FSXN
Heating
Cooling
22
62,5
*53,75
70
*60,2
22,5
63,92
*54,97
71,59
*61,57
23
65,34
*56,19
73,18
*62,94
66
*56,76
72,5
*62,35
23,5
66,76
*57,42
74,77
*64,3
67,44
*57,99
74,08
*63,71
24
68,18
*58,64
76,36
*65,67
68,87
*59,23
75,65
*65,06
68
24,5
69,6
*59,86
77,95
*67,04
70,31
*60,46
77,23
*66,42
25
71,02
*61,08
79,54
*68,41
71,74
*61,7
78,8
*67,77
25,5
72,45
*62,3
81,14
*69,78
73,17
*62,93
80,38
Heating
—
—
*58,48
75
*64,5
69,42
*59,7
76,56
*65,84
70,83
*60,92
78,12
*67,19
*69,13
72,25
*62,13
79,69
*68,53
26
73,87
*63,52
82,73
*71,15
74,61
*64,16
81,96
*70,48
73,67
*63,35
81,25
*69,87
26,5
75,29
*64,75
84,32
*72,51
76,04
*65,4
83,53
*71,84
75,08
*64,57
82,81
*71,22
27
76,71
*65,97
85,91
*73,88
77,48
*66,63
85,11
*73,19
76,5
*65,79
84,37
*72,56
27,5
78,13
*67,19
87,5
*75,25
78,91
*67,87
86,69
*74,55
77,92
*67,01
85,94
*73,91
28
79,55
*68,41
89,09
*76,62
80,35
*69,1
88,26
*75,9
79,33
*68,23
87,5
*75,25
28,5
80,97
*69,63
90,68
*77,99
81,78
*70,33
89,84
*77,26
80,75
*69,44
89,06
*76,59
29
82,39
*70,85
92,27
*79,35
83,22
*71,57
91,41
*78,62
82,17
*70,66
90,62
*77,94
29,5
83,81
*72,08
93,86
*80,72
84,65
*72,8
92,99
*79,97
83,58
*71,88
92,19
*79,28
30
85,23
*73,3
95,45
*82,09
86,09
*74,04
94,57
*81,33
85
*73,1
93,75
*80,62
30,5
86,65
*74,52
97,04
*83,46
87,52
*75,27
96,14
*82,68
86,42
*74,32
95,31
*81,97
31
88,07
*75,74
98,64
*84,83
88,96
*76,5
97,72
*84,04
87,83
*75,54
96,87
*83,31
31,5
89,49
*76,96
100,23
*86,19
90,39
*77,74
99,29
*85,39
89,25
*76,75
98,44
*84,66
32
90,91
*78,18
101,82
*87,56
91,83
*78,97
100,87
*86,75
90,67
*77,97
100
*86
32,5
92,33
*79,41
103,41
*88,93
93,26
*80,21
102,45
*88,1
92,08
*79,19
101,56
*87,34
33
93,75
*80,63
105
*90,3
94,7
*81,44
104,02
*89,46
93,5
*80,41
103,13
*88,69
33,5
95,17
*81,85
106,59
*91,67
96,13
*82,67
105,6
*90,81
94,92
*81,63
104,69
*90,03
34
96,59
*83,07
108,18
*93,04
97,57
*83,91
107,17
*92,17
96,33
*82,85
106,25
*91,37
34,5
98,01
*84,29
109,77
*94,4
99
*85,14
108,75
*93,53
97,75
*84,06
107,81
*92,72
35
99,43
*85,51
111,36
*95,77
100,44
*86,37
110,33
*94,88
99,17
*85,28
109,38
*94,06
35,5
100,86
*86,74
112,95
*97,14
101,87
*87,61
111,9
*96,24
100,58
*86,5
110,94
*95,41
36
102,28
*87,96
114,54
*98,51
103,31
*88,84
113,48
*97,59
102
*87,72
112,5
*96,75
36,5
103,7
*89,18
116,14
*99,88
104,74
*90,08
115,06
*98,95
103,42
*88,94
114,06
*98,09
37
105,12
*90,4
117,73
*101,24
106,18
*91,31
116,63
*100,3
104,83
*90,16
115,63
*99,44
37,5
106,54
*91,62
119,32
*102,61
107,61
*92,54
118,21
*101,66
106,25
*91,37
117,19
*100,78
38
107,96
*92,84
120,91
*103,98
109,04
*93,78
119,78
*103,01
107,67
*92,59
118,75
*102,13
38,5
109,38
*94,07
122,5
*105,35
110,48
*95,01
121,36
*104,37
109,08
*93,81
120,31
*103,47
39
110,8
*95,29
124,09
*106,72
111,91
*96,25
122,94
*105,72
110,5
*95,03
121,88
*104,81
39,5
112,22
*96,51
125,68
*108,09
113,35
*97,48
124,51
*107,08
111,92
*96,25
123,44
*106,16
34
96,59
*83,07
108,18
*93,04
97,57
*83,91
107,17
*92,17
96,33
*82,85
106,25
*91,37
34,5
98,01
*84,29
109,77
*94,4
99
*85,14
108,75
*93,53
97,75
*84,06
107,81
*92,72
35
99,43
*85,51
111,36
*95,77
100,44
*86,37
110,33
*94,88
99,17
*85,28
109,38
*94,06
35,5
100,86
*86,74
112,95
*97,14
101,87
*87,61
111,9
*96,24
100,58
*86,5
110,94
*95,41
36
102,28
*87,96
114,54
*98,51
103,31
*88,84
113,48
*97,59
102
*87,72
112,5
*96,75
36,5
103,7
*89,18
116,14
*99,88
104,74
*90,08
115,06
*98,95
103,42
*88,94
114,06
*98,09
37
105,12
*90,4
117,73
*101,24
106,18
*91,31
116,63
*100,3
104,83
*90,16
115,63
*99,44
37,5
106,54
*91,62
119,32
*102,61
107,61
*92,54
118,21
*101,66
106,25
*91,37
117,19
*100,78
130
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-44FSXN
Cooling
RAS-46FSXN
Heating
38
107,96
*92,84
38,5
109,38
39
110,8
39,5
Cooling
RAS-48FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
120,91
*103,98
109,04
*93,78
119,78
*103,01
107,67
*92,59
118,75
*102,13
*94,07
122,5
*105,35
110,48
*95,01
121,36
*104,37
109,08
*93,81
120,31
*103,47
*95,29
124,09
*106,72
111,91
*96,25
122,94
*105,72
110,5
*95,03
121,88
*104,81
112,22
*96,51
125,68
*108,09
113,35
*97,48
124,51
*107,08
111,92
*96,25
123,44
*106,16
40
113,64
*97,73
127,27
*109,45
114,78
*98,71
126,09
*108,44
113,33
*97,47
125
*107,5
40,5
115,06
*98,95
128,86
*110,82
116,22
*99,95
127,66
*109,79
114,75
*98,68
126,56
*108,84
41
116,48
*100,17
130,45
*112,19
117,65
*101,18
129,24
*111,15
116,17
*99,9
128,13
*110,19
41,5
117,9
*101,4
132,04
*113,56
119,09
*102,42
130,82
*112,5
117,58
*101,12
129,69
*111,53
42
119,32
*102,62
133,64
*114,93
120,52
*103,65
132,39
*113,86
119
*102,34
131,25
*112,88
42,5
120,74
*103,84
135,23
*116,29
121,96
*104,88
133,97
*115,21
120,42
*103,56
132,81
*114,22
43
122,16
*105,06
136,82
*117,66
123,39
*106,12
135,54
*116,57
121,83
*104,78
134,38
*115,56
43,5
123,58
*106,28
138,41
*119,03
124,83
*107,35
137,12
*117,92
123,25
*105,99
135,94
*116,91
44
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
126,26
*108,59
138,7
*119,28
124,67
*107,21
137,5
*118,25
44,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
127,7
*109,82
140,27
*120,63
126,08
*108,43
139,06
*119,59
45
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
129,13
*111,05
141,85
*121,99
127,5
*109,65
140,63
*120,94
45,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
130,57
*112,29
143,43
*123,35
128,92
*110,87
142,19
*122,28
46
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
130,33
*112,09
143,75
*123,63
46,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
131,75
*113,3
145,31
*124,97
47
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
133,17
*114,52
146,88
*126,31
47,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
134,58
*115,74
148,44
*127,66
48
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
48,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
49
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
49,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
50
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
50,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
51
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
51,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
52
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
52,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
53
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
53,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
54
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
54,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
55
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
55,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
56
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
56,5
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
57
125
*107,5
140
*120,4
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
131
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-44FSXN
Cooling
RAS-46FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-48FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
57,5
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
58
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
58,5
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
59
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
132
*113,52
145
*124,7
136
*116,96
150
*129
136
*116,96
150
*129
136
*116,96
150
*129
136
*116,96
150
*129
61,5
136
*116,96
150
*129
62
136
*116,96
150
*129
59,5
—
60
60,5
61
—
132
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-50FSXN
Cooling
RAS-52FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-54FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
25
70
*60,2
77,5
*66,65
25,5
71,4
*61,4
79,05
*67,98
26
72,8
*62,61
80,6
*69,32
72,5
*62,35
80
*68,8
26,5
74,2
*63,81
82,15
*70,65
73,9
*63,55
81,54
*70,12
27
75,6
*65,02
83,7
*71,98
75,29
*64,75
83,08
*71,45
75
*64,5
82,5
*70,95
27,5
77
*66,22
85,25
*73,31
76,68
*65,95
84,61
*72,77
76,39
*65,69
84,03
*72,26
28
78,4
*67,42
86,8
*74,65
78,08
*67,15
86,15
*74,09
77,78
*66,89
85,56
*73,58
28,5
79,8
*68,63
88,35
*75,98
79,47
*68,35
87,69
*75,41
79,17
*68,08
87,08
*74,89
—
—
29
81,2
*69,83
89,9
*77,31
80,87
*69,55
89,23
*76,74
80,56
*69,28
88,61
*76,21
29,5
82,6
*71,04
91,45
*78,65
82,26
*70,74
90,77
*78,06
81,95
*70,47
90,14
*77,52
30
84
*72,24
93
*79,98
83,65
*71,94
92,31
*79,38
83,33
*71,67
91,67
*78,83
30,5
85,4
*73,44
94,55
*81,31
85,05
*73,14
93,85
*80,71
84,72
*72,86
93,19
*80,15
31
86,8
*74,65
96,1
*82,65
86,44
*74,34
95,38
*82,03
86,11
*74,06
94,72
*81,46
31,5
88,2
*75,85
97,65
*83,98
87,84
*75,54
96,92
*83,35
87,5
*75,25
96,25
*82,78
32
89,6
*77,06
99,2
*85,31
89,23
*76,74
98,46
*84,68
88,89
*76,45
97,78
*84,09
32,5
91
*78,26
100,75
*86,64
90,63
*77,94
100
*86
90,28
*77,64
99,31
*85,4
33
92,4
*79,46
102,3
*87,98
92,02
*79,14
101,54
*87,32
91,67
*78,83
100,83
*86,72
33,5
93,8
*80,67
103,85
*89,31
93,41
*80,34
103,08
*88,65
93,06
*80,03
102,36
*88,03
34
95,2
*81,87
105,4
*90,64
94,81
*81,54
104,61
*89,97
94,45
*81,22
103,89
*89,34
34,5
96,6
*83,08
106,95
*91,98
96,2
*82,73
106,15
*91,29
95,83
*82,42
105,42
*90,66
35
98
*84,28
108,5
*93,31
97,6
*83,93
107,69
*92,61
97,22
*83,61
106,94
*91,97
35,5
99,4
*85,48
110,05
*94,64
98,99
*85,13
109,23
*93,94
98,61
*84,81
108,47
*93,29
36
100,8
*86,69
111,6
*95,98
100,39
*86,33
110,77
*95,26
100
*86
110
*94,6
36,5
102,2
*87,89
113,15
*97,31
101,78
*87,53
112,31
*96,58
101,39
*87,2
111,53
*95,91
37
103,6
*89,1
114,7
*98,64
103,17
*88,73
113,85
*97,91
102,78
*88,39
113,06
*97,23
37,5
105
*90,3
116,25
*99,97
104,57
*89,93
115,38
*99,23
104,17
*89,58
114,58
*98,54
38
106,4
*91,5
117,8
*101,31
105,96
*91,13
116,92
*100,55
105,56
*90,78
116,11
*99,86
38,5
107,8
*92,71
119,35
*102,64
107,36
*92,33
118,46
*101,88
106,95
*91,97
117,64
*101,17
39
109,2
*93,91
120,9
*103,97
108,75
*93,53
120
*103,2
108,33
*93,17
119,17
*102,48
39,5
110,6
*95,12
122,45
*105,31
110,15
*94,73
121,54
*104,52
109,72
*94,36
120,69
*103,8
40
112
*96,32
124
*106,64
111,54
*95,92
123,08
*105,85
111,11
*95,56
122,22
*105,11
40,5
113,4
*97,52
125,55
*107,97
112,93
*97,12
124,61
*107,17
112,5
*96,75
123,75
*106,43
41
114,8
*98,73
127,1
*109,31
114,33
*98,32
126,15
*108,49
113,89
*97,95
125,28
*107,74
41,5
116,2
*99,93
128,65
*110,64
115,72
*99,52
127,69
*109,81
115,28
*99,14
126,81
*109,05
42
117,6
*101,14
130,2
*111,97
117,12
*100,72
129,23
*111,14
116,67
*100,33
128,33
*110,37
42,5
119
*102,34
131,75
*113,31
118,51
*101,92
130,77
*112,46
118,06
*101,53
129,86
*111,68
43
120,4
*103,54
133,3
*114,64
119,91
*103,12
132,31
*113,78
119,45
*102,72
131,39
*112,99
43,5
121,8
*104,75
134,85
*115,97
121,3
*104,32
133,85
*115,11
120,83
*103,92
132,92
*114,31
44
123,2
*105,95
136,4
*117,3
122,69
*105,52
135,38
*116,43
122,22
*105,11
134,44
*115,62
44,5
124,6
*107,16
137,95
*118,64
124,09
*106,72
136,92
*117,75
123,61
*106,31
135,97
*116,94
45
126
*108,36
139,5
*119,97
125,48
*107,91
138,46
*119,08
125
*107,5
137,5
*118,25
45,5
127,4
*109,56
141,05
*121,3
126,88
*109,11
140
*120,4
126,39
*108,7
139,03
*119,56
46
128,8
*110,77
142,6
*122,64
128,27
*110,31
141,54
*121,72
127,78
*109,89
140,56
*120,88
46,5
130,2
*111,97
144,15
*123,97
129,67
*111,51
143,08
*123,05
129,17
*111,08
142,08
*122,19
133
TCGB0065 rev. 0 - 07/2010
4
4 System selection
procedure
Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-50FSXN
Cooling
47
RAS-52FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-54FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
131,6
*113,18
145,7
*125,3
131,06
*112,71
144,61
*124,37
130,56
*112,28
143,61
*123,51
47,5
133
*114,38
147,25
*126,64
132,45
*113,91
146,15
*125,69
131,95
*113,47
145,14
*124,82
48
134,4
*115,58
148,8
*127,97
133,85
*115,11
147,69
*127,01
133,33
*114,67
146,67
*126,13
48,5
135,8
*116,79
150,35
*129,3
135,24
*116,31
149,23
*128,34
134,72
*115,86
148,19
*127,45
49
137,2
*117,99
151,9
*130,63
136,64
*117,51
150,77
*129,66
136,11
*117,06
149,72
*128,76
49,5
138,6
*119,2
153,45
*131,97
138,03
*118,71
152,31
*130,98
137,5
*118,25
151,25
*130,08
50
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
139,43
*119,91
153,85
*132,31
138,89
*119,45
152,78
*131,39
50,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
140,82
*121,1
155,38
*133,63
140,28
*120,64
154,31
*132,7
51
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
142,21
*122,3
156,92
*134,95
141,67
*121,83
155,83
*134,02
51,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
143,61
*123,5
158,46
*136,28
143,06
*123,03
157,36
*135,33
52
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
144,45
*124,22
158,89
*136,64
52,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
145,83
*125,42
160,42
*137,96
53
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
147,22
*126,61
161,94
*139,27
53,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
148,61
*127,81
163,47
*140,59
54
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
54,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
55
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
55,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
56
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
56,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
57
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
57,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
58
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
58,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
59
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
59,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
60
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
60,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
61
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
61,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
62
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
62,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
63
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
63,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
64
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
64,5
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
65
140
*120,4
155
*133,3
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
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Outdoor Unit Capacity Unit: kW (x1,000kcal/h)
Total
RAS-50FSXN
Cooling
RAS-52FSXN
Heating
Cooling
RAS-54FSXN
Heating
Cooling
Heating
65,5
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
66
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
66,5
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
67
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
145
*124,7
160
*137,6
150
*129
165
*141,9
150
*129
165
*141,9
150
*129
165
*141,9
150
*129
165
*141,9
69,5
150
*129
165
*141,9
70
150
*129
165
*141,9
67,5
—
68
68,5
69
—
4
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4.6 Tables for 100% combination cooling capacity
NOTE
•
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
•
The table shows the normal cooling operation value. In some cases, the value may change due to the compressor protection control.
•
The cooling capacity of the tables indicates the peak value, which does not include the capacity loss due to
frost.
•
The values shown in the tables occur in the following conditions: the total capacity of the indoor units corresponds to 100% of the capacity of the outdoor unit. The total length of the refrigerant pipes is 7.5 m. The
difference in height between the outdoor unit and the i ndoor un its is 0 m.
•
In the case of heat recovery systems, the values in the tables are indicated for all the indoor units operating in
refrigeration mode.
Table 1. Cooling capacity for RAS-8FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
19.3
21.4
22.4
23.3
24.6
25.1
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
19.3
21.4
22.4
23.3
24.6
25.1
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
19.3
21.4
22.4
23.3
24.6
25.1
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
19.0
20.7
21.5
22.3
23.3
23.6
(0.85)
(0.93)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.06)
22.0
23.0
Table 2. Cooling capacity for RAS-10FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
24.2
26.7
28.0
29.1
30.7
31.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
24.2
26.7
28.0
29.1
30.7
31.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
24.2
26.7
28.0
29.1
30.7
31.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
23.5
25.6
26.6
27.5
28.6
29.0
(0.84)
(0.92)
(0.95)
(0.98)
(1.02)
(1.04)
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Table 3. Cooling capacity for RAS-12FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
28.9
32.0
33.5
34.8
36.7
37.5
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
28.9
32.0
33.5
34.8
36.7
37.5
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
28.9
32.0
33.5
34.8
36.3
36.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.10)
27.8
30.3
31.2
32.0
32.8
33.2
(0.83)
(0.91)
(0.93)
(0.95)
(0.98)
(0.99)
Table 4. Cooling capacity for RAS-14FSXN
4
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
34.5
38.2
40.0
41.6
43.8
44.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
34.5
38.2
40.0
41.6
43.8
44.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
34.5
38.2
40.0
41.6
43.4
43.9
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.10)
33.2
36.2
37.2
38.2
39.2
39.7
(0.83)
(0.91)
(0.93)
(0.95)
(0.98)
(0.99)
Table 5. Cooling capacity for RAS-16FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
38.8
43.0
45.0
46.8
49.3
50.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
38.8
43.0
45.0
46.8
49.3
50.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
38.8
43.0
45.0
46.4
48.1
48.6
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
36.9
39.9
41.0
41.6
42.3
42.5
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.95)
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Table 6. Cooling capacity for RAS-18FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
43.2
47.8
50.0
52.0
54.8
56.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
43.2
47.8
50.0
52.0
54.8
56.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
43.2
47.8
50.0
51.5
53.4
54.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
41.0
44.3
45.5
46.2
47.0
47.3
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.95)
Table 7. Cooling capacity for RAS-20FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
48.2
53.4
56.0
58.1
61.3
62.6
(0.86)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.12)
48.2
53.4
56.0
58.1
61.3
62.6
(0.86)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.12)
48.2
53.4
56.0
58.1
60.9
61.9
(0.86)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.10)
46.8
51.0
52.7
54.2
56.1
56.9
(0.84)
(0.91)
(0.94)
(0.97)
(1.00)
(1.02)
Table 8. Cooling capacity for RAS-22FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
53.2
59.0
61.5
64.2
68.0
69.6
(0.87)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.11)
(1.13)
53.2
59.0
61.5
64.2
68.0
69.6
(0.87)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.11)
(1.13)
53.2
59.0
61.5
64.2
68.0
69.0
(0.87)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
52.2
56.9
58.7
60.4
62.5
63.3
(0.85)
(0.93)
(0.95)
(0.98)
(1.02)
(1.03)
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Table 9. Cooling capacity for RAS-24FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
58.7
65.5
69.0
71.5
75.0
76.3
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.11)
58.7
65.5
69.0
71.5
75.0
76.3
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.11)
58.7
65.5
69.0
71.0
74.1
75.3
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.09)
56.7
61.8
63.8
65.7
67.8
68.7
(0.82)
(0.90)
(0.92)
(0.95)
(0.98)
(1.00)
Table 10. Cooling capacity for RAS-26FSXN
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Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
63.4
70.2
73.0
76.0
80.3
82.2
(0.87)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.13)
63.4
70.2
73.0
76.0
80.3
82.2
(0.87)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.13)
63.4
70.2
73.0
76.0
79.7
80.7
(0.87)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.11)
61.0
66.5
68.4
70.1
72.0
72.9
(0.84)
(0.91)
(0.94)
(0.96)
(0.99)
(1.00)
Table 11. Cooling capacity for RAS-28FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
69.0
76.4
80.0
83.2
87.7
89.6
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
69.0
76.4
80.0
83.2
87.7
89.6
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
69.0
76.4
80.0
83.2
86.8
87.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.09)
(1.10)
66.4
72.4
74.4
76.3
78.4
79.4
(0.83)
(0.91)
(0.93)
(0.95)
(0.98)
(0.99)
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Table 12. Cooling capacity for RAS-30FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
73.4
81.2
85.0
88.4
93.2
95.2
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
73.4
81.2
85.0
88.4
93.2
95.2
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
73.4
81.2
85.0
88.0
91.5
92.5
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.08)
(1.09)
70.1
76.1
78.2
79.7
81.5
82.2
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.96)
(0.97)
Table 13. Cooling capacity for RAS-32FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
77.7
86.0
90.0
93.6
98.6
100.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
77.7
86.0
90.0
93.6
98.6
100.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
77.7
86.0
90.0
92.7
96.1
97.2
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
73.8
79.7
81.9
83.2
84.6
85.1
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.95)
Table 14. Cooling capacity for RAS-34FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
82.0
90.7
95.0
98.8
104.1
106.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
82.0
90.7
95.0
98.8
104.1
106.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
82.0
90.7
95.0
97.9
101.5
102.6
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
77.9
84.2
86.5
87.8
89.3
89.8
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.95)
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Table 15. Cooling capacity for RAS-36FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
86.3
95.5
100.0
104.0
109.6
112.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
86.3
95.5
100.0
104.0
109.6
112.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
86.3
95.5
100.0
103.0
106.8
108.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
82.0
88.6
91.0
92.4
94.0
94.5
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.95)
Table 16. Cooling capacity for RAS-38FSXN
4
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
92.3
103.5
109.0
112.5
117.8
120.2
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.08)
(1.10)
92.3
103.5
109.0
112.5
117.8
120.2
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.08)
(1.10)
92.3
103.5
109.0
112.0
116.1
117.5
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
88.8
96.8
99.5
102.1
104.9
106.1
(0.81)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.94)
(0.96)
(0.97)
Table 17. Cooling capacity for RAS-40FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
96.7
107.0
112.0
116.5
122.8
125.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
96.7
107.0
112.0
116.5
122.8
125.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
96.7
107.0
112.0
116.0
120.8
122.2
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.08)
(1.09)
92.5
100.5
103.3
105.5
108.0
109.0
(0.83)
(0.90)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.96)
(0.97)
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Table 18. Cooling capacity for RAS-42FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
101.0
112.5
118.0
122.0
128.2
131.0
(0.86)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.09)
(1.11)
101.0
112.5
118.0
122.0
128.2
131.0
(0.86)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.09)
(1.11)
101.0
112.5
118.0
121.2
126.1
127.6
(0.86)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
96.6
104.9
107.8
110.1
112.7
113.7
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.93)
(0.95)
(0.96)
Table 19. Cooling capacity for RAS-44FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
106.6
118.5
125.0
129.0
135.4
138.3
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.08)
(1.11)
106.6
118.5
125.0
129.0
135.4
138.3
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.08)
(1.11)
106.6
118.5
125.0
127.9
133.1
134.7
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.02)
(1.07)
(1.08)
102.0
110.8
113.9
116.3
119.0
120.2
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.93)
(0.95)
(0.96)
Table 20. Cooling capacity for RAS-46FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
112.0
125.5
132.0
136.5
143.0
145.8
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.08)
(1.10)
112.0
125.5
132.0
136.5
143.0
145.8
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.08)
(1.10)
112.0
125.5
132.0
134.5
137.8
139.4
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.02)
(1.04)
(1.06)
105.7
114.5
117.6
119.7
122.1
123.0
(0.80)
(0.87)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.93)
(0.93)
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Table 21. Cooling capacity for RAS-48FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
115.2
129.0
136.0
141.0
147.2
150.0
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.08)
(1.10)
115.2
129.0
136.0
141.0
147.2
150.0
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.08)
(1.10)
115.2
129.0
136.0
139.0
143.1
144.8
(0.85)
(0.95)
(1.00)
(1.02)
(1.05)
(1.06)
109.8
118.9
122.2
124.4
126.8
127.7
(0.81)
(0.87)
(0.90)
(0.91)
(0.93)
(0.94)
Table 22. Cooling capacity for RAS-50FSXN
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Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
120.8
133.7
140.0
145.6
153.4
156.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
120.8
133.7
140.0
145.6
153.4
156.8
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
120.8
133.7
140.0
144.6
150.2
151.9
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.09)
115.2
124.8
128.2
130.6
133.2
134.2
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.92)
(0.93)
(0.95)
(0.96)
Table 23. Cooling capacity for RAS-52FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
16.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
125.1
138.5
145.0
150.8
158.9
162.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
125.1
138.5
145.0
150.8
158.9
162.4
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
125.1
138.5
145.0
149.4
154.9
156.6
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
118.9
128.5
132.0
134.0
136.3
137.0
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.95)
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Table 24. Cooling capacity for RAS-54FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
22.0
23.0
129.5
143.3
150.0
156.0
164.4
168.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
129.5
143.3
150.0
156.0
164.4
168.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.04)
(1.10)
(1.12)
129.5
143.3
150.0
154.5
160.2
162.0
(0.86)
(0.96)
(1.00)
(1.03)
(1.07)
(1.08)
123.0
132.9
136.5
138.6
141.0
141.8
(0.82)
(0.89)
(0.91)
(0.92)
(0.94)
(0.95)
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4.7 Tables for 100% combination heating capacity
NOTE
•
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
•
The table shows the normal heating operation value. In some cases, the value may change due to the compressor protection control.
•
The heating capacity of the tables indicates the peak value, which does not include the capacity loss due to
frost.
•
The values shown in the tables occur in the following conditions: the total capacity of the indoor units corresponds to 100% of the capacity of the outdoor unit. The total length of the refrigerant pipes is 7.5 m. The
difference in height betwee n the outdoor u nit and the i ndoor un its is 0 m.
•
In the case of heat recovery systems, the values in the tables are indicated for all the indoor units operating in
refrigeration mode.
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Table 1. Heating capacity for RAS-8FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.4
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
22.1
22.0
22.0
21.9
21.9
21.5
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.87)
(0.86)
24.5
24.3
24.0
23.8
23.4
22.0
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.96)
(0.95)
(0.94)
(0.88)
25.9
25.5
24.8
24.4
23.9
22.0
(1.04)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.96)
(0.88)
26.5
25.8
25.0
24.6
23.9
22.0
(1.06)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
28.3
27.0
25.5
24.7
23.9
22.0
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
28.3
27.0
25.5
24.7
23.9
22.0
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 2. Heating capacity for RAS-10FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
22.7
22.7
22.7
22.7
22.6
22.6
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
26.0
26.0
25.9
25.8
25.8
25.6
(0.83)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.81)
28.8
28.7
28.7
28.5
28.4
27.5
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.87)
31.8
31.5
31.2
30.8
29.9
27.7
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
32.9
32.3
31.5
31.0
30.1
27.7
(1.05)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
34.5
33.8
32.1
31.2
30.1
27.7
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
35.7
34.0
32.1
31.2
30.1
27.7
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
Table 3. Heating capacity for RAS-12FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
24.4
24.4
24.4
24.4
24.3
24.2
(0.65)
(0.65)
(0.65)
(0.65)
(0.65)
(0.65)
28.7
28.7
28.7
28.7
28.6
28.4
(0.77)
(0.77)
(0.77)
(0.76)
(0.76)
(0.76)
33.0
33.0
33.0
32.9
32.8
31.9
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.87)
(0.85)
36.9
36.9
36.6
36.2
35.5
33.0
(0.98)
(0.98)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.95)
(0.88)
38.1
38.1
37.5
36.9
35.8
33.0
(1.02)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
40.5
39.6
38.3
37.1
35.8
33.0
(1.08)
(1.06)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
42.5
40.6
38.3
37.1
35.8
33.0
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 4. Heating capacity for RAS-14FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
32.4
32.4
32.4
32.4
32.3
32.2
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
37.2
37.1
37.0
36.9
36.8
36.6
(0.83)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.81)
41.1
41.0
41.0
40.8
40.5
39.3
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.87)
45.4
45.0
44.6
44.0
42.8
39.6
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
47.1
46.2
45.0
44.3
43.0
39.6
(1.05)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
49.3
48.3
45.9
44.5
43.0
39.6
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
51.0
48.7
45.9
44.5
43.0
39.6
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
Table 5. Heating capacity for RAS-16FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
35.0
35.0
35.0
35.0
34.9
34.8
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
40.3
40.2
40.1
40.0
39.9
39.7
(0.81)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
45.3
45.2
45.1
44.9
44.6
43.4
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.87)
50.2
49.8
49.3
48.8
47.4
44.0
(1.00)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
52.2
51.4
50.0
49.2
47.7
44.0
(1.04)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
54.8
53.7
51.0
49.5
47.7
44.0
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
56.7
54.2
51.0
49.5
47.7
44.0
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 6. Heating capacity for RAS-18FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
39.2
39.2
39.2
39.2
39.1
39.0
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
45.1
45.0
44.9
44.8
44.7
44.5
(0.81)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
50.7
50.6
50.5
50.3
50.0
48.6
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.87)
56.2
55.8
55.2
54.7
53.1
49.3
(1.00)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
58.5
57.6
56.0
55.1
53.5
49.3
(1.04)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
61.4
60.1
57.1
55.4
53.5
49.3
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
63.5
60.6
57.1
55.4
53.5
49.3
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
Table 7. Heating capacity for RAS-20FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
43.9
43.9
43.9
43.9
43.8
43.6
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.69)
(0.69)
50.8
50.7
50.7
50.6
50.4
49.8
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
57.5
57.3
57.0
56.7
56.2
53.9
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.86)
62.8
62.4
61.4
60.6
59.4
55.0
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.97)
(0.96)
(0.94)
(0.87)
64.6
64.0
63.0
61.5
59.7
55.0
(1.02)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.87)
68.8
66.6
63.8
61.8
59.7
55.0
(1.09)
(1.06)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.87)
70.8
67.6
63.8
61.8
59.7
55.0
(1.12)
(1.07)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.87)
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Table 8. Heating capacity for RAS-22FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
51.9
51.9
51.9
51.9
51.8
51.6
(0.75)
(0.75)
(0.75)
(0.75)
(0.75)
(0.75)
59.2
59.1
58.9
58.8
58.7
58.1
(0.86)
(0.86)
(0.85)
(0.85)
(0.85)
(0.84)
65.6
65.3
65.0
64.6
63.9
60.7
(0.95)
(0.95)
(0.94)
(0.94)
(0.93)
(0.88)
70.8
69.8
68.4
67.6
65.9
60.7
(1.03)
(1.01)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.96)
(0.88)
72.8
71.0
69.0
67.6
65.9
60.7
(1.06)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.96)
(0.88)
76.5
74.7
70.4
68.3
65.9
60.7
(1.11)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
78.2
74.7
70.4
68.3
65.9
60.7
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
Table 9. Heating capacity for RAS-24FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
55.1
55.1
55.1
55.1
54.9
54.8
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
63.2
63.0
62.9
62.7
62.6
62.3
(0.82)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.80)
69.9
69.8
69.6
69.3
68.9
66.8
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.86)
77.1
76.5
75.7
74.8
72.7
67.3
(0.99)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.94)
(0.87)
80.0
79.0
77.5
75.5
73.0
67.3
(1.03)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.97)
(0.94)
(0.87)
83.8
82.1
78.0
75.7
73.0
67.3
(1.08)
(1.06)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
86.7
82.8
78.0
75.7
73.0
67.3
(1.12)
(1.07)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
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Table 10. Heating capacity for RAS-26FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
56.8
56.8
56.8
56.8
56.6
56.4
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.68)
65.9
65.8
65.7
65.6
65.4
65.0
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.79)
74.1
74.0
74.0
73.7
73.3
71.2
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.86)
82.3
81.9
81.2
80.2
78.2
72.6
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.95)
(0.88)
85.1
84.2
82.5
81.2
78.8
72.6
(1.03)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
89.8
87.9
84.2
81.6
78.8
72.6
(1.09)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
93.5
89.3
84.2
81.6
78.8
72.6
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
Table 11. Heating capacity for RAS-28FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
64.8
64.8
64.8
64.8
64.6
64.4
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
(0.72)
74.3
74.2
74.0
73.8
73.6
73.3
(0.83)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.81)
82.3
82.1
81.9
81.5
81.0
78.6
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.87)
90.7
90.0
89.1
88.0
85.5
79.2
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
94.1
92.3
90.0
88.6
85.9
79.2
(1.05)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
98.6
96.6
91.8
89.0
85.9
79.2
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
102.0
97.5
91.8
89.0
85.9
79.2
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 12. Heating capacity for RAS-30FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
67.4
67.4
67.4
67.4
67.2
67.0
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
77.5
77.3
77.1
76.9
76.7
76.3
(0.82)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.80)
86.4
86.2
86.1
85.7
85.1
82.7
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.87)
95.6
94.8
93.9
92.8
90.2
83.6
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
99.3
97.6
95.0
93.5
90.7
83.6
(1.04)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
104.1
101.9
96.9
94.0
90.7
83.6
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
107.7
102.9
96.9
94.0
90.7
83.6
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
Table 13. Heating capacity for RAS-32FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
69.8
69.6
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
80.6
80.4
80.2
80.0
79.8
79.4
(0.81)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
90.6
90.4
90.2
89.8
89.2
86.8
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.87)
100.4
99.6
98.6
97.6
94.8
88.0
(1.00)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
104.4
102.8
100.0
98.4
95.5
88.0
(1.04)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
109.6
107.3
102.0
98.9
95.5
88.0
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
113.3
108.3
102.0
98.9
95.5
88.0
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 14. Heating capacity for RAS-34FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
74.2
74.2
74.2
74.2
74.0
73.8
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
85.4
85.2
85.0
84.8
84.6
84.2
(0.81)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
96.0
95.8
95.6
95.2
94.6
92.0
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.87)
106.4
105.6
104.5
103.5
100.5
93.3
(1.00)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
110.7
109.0
106.0
104.3
101.2
93.3
(1.04)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
116.2
113.7
108.1
104.9
101.2
93.3
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
120.1
114.8
108.1
104.9
101.2
93.3
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
Table 15. Heating capacity for RAS-36FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
78.4
78.4
78.4
78.4
78.2
78.0
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
(0.70)
90.3
90.0
89.8
89.6
89.4
88.9
(0.81)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
101.5
101.2
101.0
100.6
99.9
97.2
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.87)
112.4
111.6
110.4
109.3
106.2
98.6
(1.00)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
116.9
115.1
112.0
110.2
106.9
98.6
(1.04)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
122.8
120.2
114.2
110.8
106.9
98.6
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
126.9
121.3
114.2
110.8
106.9
98.6
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 16. Heating capacity for RAS-38FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
81.2
81.2
81.2
81.2
80.9
80.7
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.68)
94.6
94.5
94.4
94.2
94.0
93.3
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.80)
(0.79)
107.1
107.0
107.0
106.6
106.1
103.0
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.90)
(0.87)
118.0
117.8
117.0
116.0
112.7
103.8
(1.00)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.96)
(0.88)
121.0
119.8
118.0
116.0
112.7
103.8
(1.03)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.96)
(0.88)
129.3
126.6
120.4
116.7
112.7
103.8
(1.10)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
133.7
127.8
120.4
116.7
112.7
103.8
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
Table 17. Heating capacity for RAS-40FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
83.8
83.8
83.8
83.8
83.5
83.3
(0.67)
(0.67)
(0.67)
(0.67)
(0.67)
(0.67)
97.8
97.7
97.6
97.3
97.1
96.4
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.77)
111.3
111.2
111.1
110.8
110.2
107.2
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.88)
(0.86)
124.0
123.6
122.5
121.3
118.4
110.0
(0.99)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.95)
(0.88)
128.3
127.5
125.0
123.0
119.3
110.0
(1.03)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
135.8
132.9
127.5
123.7
119.3
110.0
(1.09)
(1.06)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
141.7
135.4
127.5
123.7
119.3
110.0
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 18. Heating capacity for RAS-42FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
88.0
88.0
88.0
88.0
87.7
87.4
(0.67)
(0.67)
(0.67)
(0.67)
(0.66)
(0.66)
102.6
102.5
102.4
102.1
101.8
101.2
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.77)
(0.77)
(0.77)
116.7
116.6
116.5
116.1
115.5
112.4
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.85)
130.0
129.6
128.4
127.1
124.0
115.3
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.96)
(0.94)
(0.87)
134.6
133.7
132.0
129.6
125.1
115.3
(1.02)
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.87)
142.4
139.3
133.6
129.6
125.1
115.3
(1.08)
(1.06)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.87)
148.5
141.9
133.6
129.6
125.1
115.3
(1.12)
(1.07)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.87)
Table 19. Heating capacity for RAS-44FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
96.0
96.0
96.0
96.0
95.7
95.4
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.68)
(0.68)
111.0
110.8
110.6
110.4
110.1
109.4
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.78)
124.9
124.7
124.5
124.0
123.2
119.8
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.88)
(0.86)
138.5
137.7
136.4
134.9
131.3
121.9
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.96)
(0.94)
(0.87)
143.6
142.4
140.0
137.0
132.2
121.9
(1.03)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
151.2
148.0
141.3
137.0
132.2
121.9
(1.08)
(1.06)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
157.0
150.0
141.3
137.0
132.2
121.9
(1.12)
(1.07)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
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Table 20. Heating capacity for RAS-46FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
98.6
98.6
98.6
98.6
98.3
98.0
(0.68)
(0.68)
(0.68)
(0.68)
(0.68)
(0.68)
114.2
113.9
113.7
113.5
113.2
112.5
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
(0.78)
129.0
128.8
128.6
128.1
127.3
123.9
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.88)
(0.88)
(0.85)
143.3
142.5
141.1
139.7
136.0
126.3
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.96)
(0.94)
(0.87)
148.7
147.0
145.0
142.0
137.0
126.3
(1.03)
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
156.7
153.3
146.4
142.0
137.0
126.3
(1.08)
(1.06)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
162.6
155.4
146.4
142.0
137.0
126.3
(1.12)
(1.07)
(1.01)
(0.98)
(0.94)
(0.87)
Table 21. Heating capacity for RAS-48FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
102.8
102.8
102.8
102.8
102.5
102.2
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.69)
(0.68)
(0.68)
119.0
118.8
118.5
118.3
118.0
117.3
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.79)
(0.78)
134.5
134.2
134.0
133.5
132.7
129.1
(0.90)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.89)
(0.88)
(0.86)
149.3
148.5
147.0
145.5
141.7
131.6
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.98)
(0.97)
(0.94)
(0.88)
155.0
153.2
150.0
147.1
142.7
131.6
(1.03)
(1.02)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
163.3
159.8
152.5
147.9
142.7
131.6
(1.09)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
169.4
161.9
152.5
147.9
142.7
131.6
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
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Table 22. Heating capacity for RAS-50FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
110.8
110.8
110.8
110.8
110.5
110.2
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
127.4
127.1
126.8
126.5
126.2
125.6
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.81)
(0.81)
142.6
142.3
142.0
141.3
140.4
136.4
(0.92)
(0.92)
(0.92)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.88)
157.8
156.6
155.0
152.2
148.0
136.4
(1.02)
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
162.4
159.2
155.0
152.2
148.0
136.4
(1.05)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.95)
(0.88)
172.0
166.4
158.1
153.3
148.0
136.4
(1.11)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
176.0
167.9
158.1
153.3
148.0
136.4
(1.14)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.95)
(0.88)
Table 23. Heating capacity for RAS-52FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
113.4
113.4
113.4
113.4
113.1
112.8
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.70)
130.6
130.2
129.9
129.6
129.3
128.6
(0.82)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.80)
146.8
146.4
146.1
145.5
144.5
140.6
(0.92)
(0.92)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.90)
(0.88)
162.6
161.4
159.7
157.6
152.8
140.8
(1.02)
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
169.1
165.5
160.0
157.6
152.8
140.8
(1.06)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
177.5
171.7
163.2
158.2
152.8
140.8
(1.11)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
181.6
173.2
163.2
158.2
152.8
140.8
(1.14)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
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Table 24. Heating capacity for RAS-54FSXN
Capacity unit: kW (Correction factor)
Indoor air inlet °C (WB)
Outdoor
air inlet °C (DB)
16.0
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
6.0
10.0
15.0
18.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
24.0
117.6
117.6
117.6
117.6
117.3
116.9
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
(0.71)
135.4
135.1
134.7
134.4
134.1
133.4
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.82)
(0.81)
(0.81)
(0.81)
152.2
151.9
151.5
150.9
149.9
145.2
(0.92)
(0.92)
(0.92)
(0.91)
(0.91)
(0.88)
168.7
167.3
164.6
162.1
157.6
145.2
(1.02)
(1.01)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.96)
(0.88)
175.0
170.7
165.0
162.1
157.6
145.2
(1.06)
(1.03)
(1.00)
(0.98)
(0.96)
(0.88)
183.0
177.0
168.3
163.1
157.6
145.2
(1.11)
(1.07)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
187.2
178.6
168.3
163.1
157.6
145.2
(1.13)
(1.08)
(1.02)
(0.99)
(0.96)
(0.88)
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4.8 Correction factor depending on the pipe length
Cooling capacity correction factor depending on the pipe length
The cooling capacity must be corrected according to the following formula:
CCA = CC x F
CCA: Current corrected cooling capacity
CC: Cooling capacity (value obtained in chapter Tables for 100% combination cooling capacity, see on page 136.
F: correction factor depending on the equivalent pipe length.
The correction factors are shown in the following figure:
Equivalent pipe length for:
• 90° L-bend: 0.5 m.
• 180° curve: 1.5 m.
• One multikit: 0.5 m.
A
L
H: vertical distance between indoor unit and outdoor unit, in metres.
EL: total equivalent distance between the indoor unit and outdoor
unit, in metres (equivalent to the length of a single pipe).
+H
B
H > 0: position of the outdoor unit higher than the indoor unit.
L: current length of a single pipe between the indoor unit and the
outdoor unit, in metres.
L
NOTE
1
If the distance EL is greater than 100 m in heat pump systems (2 pipes), increase the gas and liquid refrigerant
pipes by one size.
2
If the distance EL is greater than 100 m in heat recovery
systems (3 pipes), increase the liquid pipes by one size.
3
In heat recovery systems (3 pipes), the dotted line for the
cooling capacity correction factor indicates that all the indoor units function in cooling mode. Even if one of the indoor units functions in heating mode, the value shall be
indicated by the continuous line.
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H (m)
Heat pump system (2 pipes). Cooling
50
40
30
20
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
80%
85%
90%
95%
0
100%
10
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
EL (m)
82%
-20
85%
95%
90%
-10
4
-30
-40
Normal pipe.
Larger pipe size.
H (m)
Heat recovery system (3 pipes). Cooling
50
40
30
20
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150 160
80%
85%
90%
95%
-10
-20
-30
-40
Indoor units operating in heating/cooling mode.
All the indoor units operating in cooling mode.
Heating capacity correction factor depending on the pipe length
The heating capacity must be corrected according to the following formula:
HCA = HC x F
HCA: Current corrected heating capacity
CC: Heating capacity (value obtained in chapter Tables for 100% combination heating capacity, see on page 145.
F: correction factor depending on the equivalent pipe length.
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70%
75%
80%
85%
90%
100%
0
95%
10
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The correction factors are shown in the following figure:
Equivalent pipe length for:
• 90° L-bend: 0.5 m.
• 180° curve: 1.5 m.
• One multikit: 0.5 m.
A
H: vertical distance between indoor unit and outdoor unit, in metres.
EL: total equivalent distance between the indoor unit and outdoor
unit, in metres (equivalent to the length of a single pipe).
L
+H
B
H > 0: position of the outdoor unit higher than the indoor unit.
L: current length of a single pipe between the indoor unit and the
outdoor unit, in metres.
L
NOTE
1
If the distance EL is greater than 100 m in heat pump systems (2 pipes), increase the gas and liquid refrigerant
pipes by one size.
2
If the distance EL is greater than 100 m in heat recovery
systems (3 pipes), increase the liquid pipes by one size.
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Heat pump system (2 pipes). Cooling
50
40
30
80%
82%
84%
86%
88%
90%
94%
96%
100%
0
98%
10
92%
20
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150 160
170
180
190
EL (m)
-10
-20
4
-30
-40
50
40
30
20
30
40
50
70
-10
-20
-30
-40
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90
100
130
140
150 160
80%
82%
120
84%
110
86%
92%
94%
60
88%
10
90%
0
96%
10
98%
20
100%
H (m)
Heat recovery system (3 pipes). Cooling
EL (m)
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4.9 Correction factor depending on defrost
The heating capacity described in the preceding section excludes running in periods of frost or defrost operation.
In reference to running in frost or defrost operation, the heating capacity is corrected with the following equation:
Corrected heating capacity = (correction factor) x (heating capacity)
Inlet air temperature in the outdoor heat exchanger
(°C DB)
-7
-5
-3
0
3
5
7
Correction factor
0.95
0.93
0.88
0.85
0.87
0.90
1.0
NOTE
•
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
•
The correction factor depending on defrost is not applicable in special conditions, such as snowfall or operation
during transient periods.
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4.10 Sensible heat factor (SHF)
Sensible heat factor of the indoor units for each fan speed (high, medium, slow), according to the JIS B8616 Standard.
Sensible heat factor (SHF)
Indoor unit model
High
Medium
Low
RCI-1.0FSN2E
0.80
0.77
0.75
RCI-1.5FSN2E
0.77
0.75
0.73
RCI-2.0FSN2E
0.78
0.76
0.75
RCI-2.5FSN2E
0.73
0.71
0.69
RCI-3.0FSN2E
0.79
0.76
0.72
RCI-4.0FSN2E
0.78
0.75
0.72
RCI-5.0FSN2E
0.74
0.70
0.68
RCI-6.0FSN2E
0.73
0.69
0.68
RCIM-1.0FSN2
0.74
0.71
0.70
RCIM-1.5FSN2
0.74
0.71
0.70
RCIM-2.0FSN2
0.71
0.68
0.67
RCD-1.0FSN2
0.81
0.76
0.75
RCD-1.5FSN2
0.73
0.69
0.66
RCD-2.0FSN2
0.75
0.67
0.65
RCD-2.5FSN2
0.74
0.67
0.65
RCD-3.0FSN2
0.74
0.67
0.65
RCD-4.0FSN2
0.73
0.67
0.65
RCD-5.0FSN2
0.69
0.67
0.65
RPC-2.0FSN2E
0.72
0.70
0.67
RPC-2.5FSN2E
0.72
0.70
0.67
RPC-3.0FSN2E
0.72
0.70
0.67
RPC-4.0FSN2E
0.72
0.70
0.67
RPC-5.0FSN2E
0.72
0.70
0.67
RPC-6.0FSN2E
0.72
0.70
0.67
RPI-0.8FSN2E
0.81
0.69
0.69
RPI-1.0FSN2E
0.81
0.69
0.69
RPI-1.5FSN2E
0.73
0.69
0.65
RPI-2.0FSN2E
0.76
0.75
0.74
RPI-2.5FSN2E
0.76
0.74
0.72
RPI-3.0FSN2E
0.75
0.71
0.67
RPI-4.0FSN2E
0.73
0.71
0.65
RPI-5.0FSN2E
0.72
0.68
0.64
RPI-6.0FSN2E
0.72
0.69
0.67
RPI-8.0FSN2E
0.77
0.77
0.70
RPI-10.0FSN2E
0.79
0.79
0.72
RPIM-0.8FSN2E (-DU)
0.81
0.69
0.69
RPIM-1.0FSN2E(-DU)
0.81
0.69
0.69
RPIM-1.5FSN2E(-DU)
0.71
0.68
0.64
RPK-1.0FSN(H)2M
0.73
0.72
0.70
RPK-1.5FSN(H)2M
0.73
0.72
0.70
RPK-2.0FSN2M
0.72
0.71
0.68
RPK-2.5FSN2M
0.75
0.74
0.71
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Sensible heat factor (SHF)
High
Medium
Low
RPK-3.0FSN2M
0.74
0.73
0.70
RPK-4.0FSN2M
0.71
0.70
0.67
RPF(I)-1.0FSN2E
0.73
0.69
0.65
RPF(I)-1.5FSN2E
0.73
0.69
0.65
RPF(I)-2.0FSN2E
0.73
0.69
0.65
RPF(I)-2.5FSN2E
0.73
0.69
0.65
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4.11 Compatibility
H-LINK and H-LINK II communication networks are combined with their remote controls in line with the following examples.
•
•
The new H-LINK II communication network system provides for remote control connection, from the PC-P2HTE model.
HITACHI has a range of individual, centralised or computer-aided remote control systems that can be used with the
SYSTEM FREE indoor units and the SET FREE FSNX outdo or units. Please consul t the corre spondin g Te chnical
Catalogue for controls.
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
REMOTE
CONTROLLERS
(PC-2H2)
RAS-H(V)RNE/
RAS-HNVE
H-LINK
FSN(1)(E)
(PC-P2HTE)
RAS-HVRN1/HVRNS(E)
H-LINK II
FSN2(E)
(PC-ART)
Available
No available
NOTE
•
The RCI-FSN2E indoor unit can be connected to the P-G23WA2 panel (cutting bridge J4).
•
(*)
In both combinations, some of the functions of the indoor unit cannot be used.
4.11.1 Examples of different H-LINK and H-LINK II systems
Example 1. System with outdoor and indoor units, remote control and H-LINK II communication network
NOTE
HLII: bus line.
Refrigerant cycle number range
0-63
Indoor unit number range
0-63
Maximum number of indoor units
160
Maximum number of units (*)
200
(*)
Units = indoor units + outdoor units + centralised control.
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Example 2. System with outdoor and indoor units, H-LINK II remote control and H-LINK central control
NOTE
•
HL: H-LINK.
•
HLII: bus line.
Refrigerant cycle number range
0-15
Indoor unit number range
0-15
Maximum number of indoor units
Maximum number of units
(*)
128
(*)
145
Units = indoor units + outdoor units + centralised control.
Example 3. System with outdoor and indoor units, H-LINK remote controls and H-LINK II central control
1
2
3
Refrigerant cycle number
range
0-15
0-15
0-63
Indoor unit number range
0-15
Combination of units
Maximum number of indoor units
Maximum number of units
145
Units = indoor units + outdoor units + centralised control.
NOTE
•
HL: H-LINK
•
HLII: H-LINK II
0-63
128
(*)
(*)
0-15
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Example 4. System with outdoor and indoor units, H-LINK and H-LINK II remote controls and H-LINK central control
NOTE
•
HL: H-LINK
•
HLII: H-LINK II
4
Refrigerant cycle number range
0-15
Indoor unit number range
0-15
Maximum number of indoor units
Maximum number of units
(*)
128
(*)
145
Units = indoor units + outdoor units + centralised control.
The following connections are not possible:
MAIN
UNIT
MAIN
UNIT
MAIN
UNIT
CONECTION NOT AVAILABLE
Different indoor units from different systems cannot be connected using the same remote control when the option to not
use the remote control operating cable has been selected.
All optional units connected to CN3 may only be used on the main unit using the connected remote control.
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5. Acoustic characteristic curves
Index
5.1
5.2
Overall sound level.....................................................................................................................
Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN.................................................................................................
170
171
5
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5.1 Overall sound level
1
The overall sound level has been measured under the following conditions:
a 1 m from the surface of the unit's service cover.
b 1.5 m from floor level.
2
The data indicated is based on cooling mode. In the case of heating mode, the sound pressure level increases from
1 to 2 dB.
The data indicated has been measured in an anechoic chamber, so the reflected sound must be taken into account for
installation.
3
Overall sound level measuring positions
RAS-(8-54)FSXN
1m
1.5 m
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5.2 Outdoor units RAS-(8-54)FSXN
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-10FSXN
80
80
NC-70
70
NC-70
70
NC-6
50
NC-5
0
Night mode
NC-4
0
40
NC-3
30
20
10
High
0
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
High
60
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
500
1000
60
NC-6
50
NC-5
0
Night mode
4000
NC-3
0
30
10
8000
NC-4
0
40
20
2000
0
63
125
5
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
250
Frequency (Hz)
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 58 (53)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 58 (53)
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
80
80
NC-70
70
NC-70
70
High
High
NC-6
Night mode
NC-5
50
0
NC-4
0
40
NC-3
30
20
10
0
NC-
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 60 (55)
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Night mode
50
NC-5
0
NC-4
0
40
NC-3
0
30
20
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
NC-6
0
60
0
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
60
10
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 62 (57)
8000
5 Acoustic characteristic
curves
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
80
80
NC-70
70
NC-70
70
High
High
NC-6
Night mode
50
NC-5
0
NC-4
0
40
NC-3
30
20
10
0
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Night mode
0
NC-3
0
30
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
1000
2000
4000
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 63 (58)
RAS-20FSXN
RAS-22FSXN
80
80
NC-70
70
NC-70
70
High
High
NC-6
60
Night mode
50
NC-5
0
NC-4
0
40
NC-3
30
0
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 62 (57)
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Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
0
30
NC-3
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
NC-6
60
0
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
500
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 62 (57)
10
0
NC-4
Frequency (Hz)
20
NC-5
40
10
8000
0
50
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
NC-6
60
0
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
60
10
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 63 (58)
8000
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curves
RAS-24FSXN
RAS-26FSXN
80
80
NC-70
70
NC-70
70
High
High
NC-6
0
Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
0
30
NC-3
0
20
10
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
0
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
NC-6
0
60
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
60
10
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
Frequency (Hz)
4000
8000
RAS-30FSXN
80
80
NC-70
70
NC-70
70
High
High
NC-6
60
Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
0
0
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 65 (60)
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0
Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
0
30
NC-3
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
NC-6
60
0
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
2000
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 64 (59)
RAS-28FSXN
10
1000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 63 (58)
20
500
10
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 65 (60)
8000
5
5 Acoustic characteristic
curves
RAS-32FSXN
RAS-34FSXN
80
80
High
70
70
NC-70
NC-6
60
NC-6
High
60
0
Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
20
10
0
0
20
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Night mode
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
10
8000
0
50
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
NC-70
0
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 65 (60)
1000
2000
4000
RAS-38FSXN
80
80
High
High
70
NC-70
70
NC-70
60
NC-6
60
NC-6
Night mode
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
10
0
0
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 66 (61)
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0
Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
0
50
20
8000
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 66 (61)
RAS-36FSXN
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
500
Frequency (Hz)
10
0
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 66 (61)
8000
5 Acoustic characteristic
curves
RAS-40FSXN
RAS-42FSXN
80
80
High
70
NC-70
70
NC-70
60
NC-6
60
NC-6
0
Night mode
50
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
20
10
0
0
20
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Night mode
NC-50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
10
8000
0
50
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
High
0
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
Frequency (Hz)
4000
8000
RAS-46FSXN
80
80
High
70
60
NC-70
70
NC-6
60
0
NC-5
Night mode
50
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
2000
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 66 (61)
RAS-44FSXN
0
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
10
1000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 66 (61)
20
500
0
0
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 67 (62)
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NC-70
NC-6
0
NC-5
Night mode
50
0
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
High
10
0
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 67 (62)
8000
5
5 Acoustic characteristic
curves
RAS-48FSXN
RAS-50FSXN
80
80
High
70
70
NC-6
60
0
NC-5
Night mode
50
0
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
20
10
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
60
NC-70
0
0
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
0
NC-4
30
NC-3
0
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
Frequency (Hz)
2000
4000
8000
RAS-54FSXN
80
80
High
70
60
NC-70
70
NC-6
60
0
NC-5
Night mode
50
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
Octave sound pressure (dB(C))
1000
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 67 (62)
RAS-52FSXN
0
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
10
500
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 67 (62)
20
NC-5
0
Night mode
40
10
8000
NC-70
NC-6
50
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
High
0
0
20
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 67 (62)
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NC-70
NC-6
0
NC-5
0
Night mode
50
40
NC-4
30
NC-3
20
NC-
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
High
10
0
0
NC-
20
Approximate
continuous noise
detection
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
Frequency (Hz)
Sound pressure level: Global (night mode); 68 (63)
8000
6 Working range
6. Working range
Index
6.1
6.2
Voltage supply............................................................................................................................
Working range............................................................................................................................
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179
6
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6.1 Voltage supply
Service voltage
Between 90 and 110% of the rated voltage.
Start-up voltage
Between 85 and 115% of the rated voltage.
Voltage imbalance
Up to 3% in each phase, measured at the main terminal of the outdoor unit.
Electromagnetic compatibility
According to Directive 2004/108/EC (89/336/EEC) regarding electromagnetic compatibility, the following table indicates:
the maximum allowed impedance Zmax of the system at the connection point of the user's power supply, as per
EN61000-3-11.
Model
Zmax (Ω)
Model
Zmax (Ω)
RAS-8FSXN
–
RAS-14FSXN
0.11
RAS-10FSXN
–
RAS-16FSXN
0.11
RAS-12FSXN
–
RAS-18FSXN
0.08
Harmonics
In relation to IEC 61000-3-2 and IEC 61000-3-12, the situation of harmonics for each model is as follows:
Situation of the models in relation to IEC 61000- 3-2 and
IEC 61000-3-12 Ssc “xx”
Unit compliant with IEC 61000-3-2 (professional use).
Unit compliant with IEC 61000-3-12.
The authorities responsible for the electrical power supply can apply restrictions relating to harmonics.
Unit(s) outside the scope of IEC 61000-3-12.
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Model
RAS-8FSXN
RAS-10FSXN
—
—
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
RAS-16FSXN
RAS-18FSXN
—
—
6 Working range
6.2 Working range
This unit has been designed to cool to temperatures below -5 °C. This feature allows the cooling of buildings with high
internal heat retentions due to the lighting systems, people and machines, especially in areas such as shops, conference
rooms, data processing areas, etc. Heating can be carried out at ambient temperatures below -20 °C.
This heat pump and heat recovery system has been designed for the following temperatures. Use the system within this
range.
The system can provide refrigeration or heating (heat pump system) or can provide refrigeration and heating simultaneously
(heat recovery system).
The following table indicates the temperature range.
Mode
Indoor temperature
Outdoor temperature
Cooling
Heating
Min.
21 °C DB / 15 °C WB
15 °C DB
Max.
32 °C DB / 23 °C WB
27 °C DB
Min.
-5 °C DB(1)
-20 °C WB(2)
Max.
43 °C DB
15 °C WB
(1)
(10 – -5) °C DB, operating control range.
(2)
(-12 – -20) °C WB, operating control range.
6
NOTE
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
Operation in cooling mode
A: outdoor air temperature.
°C DB
43
B: indoor air inlet temperature.
C: working range in cooling mode.
D: operating control range.
C
A
10
D
-5
NOTE
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
Operation in heating mode
A: outdoor air temperature.
B: indoor air inlet temperature.
C: working range in heating mode.
D: operating control range.
21/15
B
32/23 °C DB/WB
°C WB
15
(10.5)
A
C
-12
D
NOTE
DB: dry bulb; WB: wet bulb.
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1 5
B
(25)
27
°C DB
6 Working range
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7 General dimensions
7. General dimensions
Index
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Dimensions RAS-(8-12)FSXN....................................................................................................
Dimensions RAS-(14-18)FSXN..................................................................................................
Dimensions CH-(6.0-10.0)N1.....................................................................................................
Service space.............................................................................................................................
182
183
184
185
7
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7.1 Dimensions RAS-(8-12)FSXN
P
131
18
98
227
300
227
9
8
1
(295)
6
2
157
729
7
50
5
10
11
< 30
688
105
131
12
18
70
4
213
4 x (38 x 15)
3
Q
767
23
22
21
1720
20
15
185
100
13
13
60
17
145
20
100
345
640
18
P
Q
16
19
16
205
238
298
238
15
285
88
155
14
155
78
608
750
765
950
1
Hole for condensate drainage (ø26 x 4)
13
Hole for power supply cables (ø52 x 2)
2
Hole for power supply cables (ø52)
14
Hole for refrigerant pipes and control wires
3
Hole for control cables (ø26 x 2)
15
Liquid refrigerant line
4
Hole for refrigerant pipes (235 x 113)
16
Gas refrigerant line
5
Laying of pipes at front
17
Hole for refrigerant pipes and control wires
6
M12 anchor bolt
18
Hole for power supply cables (ø52 x 2)
7
Welding
19
Refrigerant pipe connection (liquid) øC
8
Insulation
20
Refrigerant pipe connection (gas, high pressure) øB
9
Accessory pipe
21
Refrigerant pipe connection (gas, low pressure) øA
10
Laying of pipes at back
22
Electrical box
11
Laying of standard pipes
23
Service cover
12
Concrete base
Heat pump system (2 pipes)
Heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Model
A
B
C
Model
A
B
C
RAS-8FSXN
-
19.05
9.53
RAS-8FSXN
19.05
15.88
9.53
RAS-10FSXN
-
22.2
9.53
RAS-10FSXN
22.2
19.05
9.53
RAS-12FSXN
-
25.4
12.7
RAS-12FSXN
25.4
22.2
12.7
All measurements are in mm.
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7.2 Dimensions RAS-(14-18)FSXN
P
131
18
948
105
131
98
227
227
560
8
1
9
7
(276)
2
157
729
6
18
4 x (38 x 15)
10
70
3
4
11
< 30
50
5
12
Q
213
23
22
767
21
1720
20
15
100
180
18
P
Q
16
325
640
19
13
13
100
20
60
17
145
205
15
16 175170
285
238
558
238
14
78
88
7
608
750
1210
765
1
Hole for condensate drainage (ø26 x 4)
13
Hole for power supply cables (ø52 x 2)
2
Hole for power supply cables (ø52)
14
Hole for refrigerant pipes and control wires
3
Hole for control cables (ø26 x 2)
15
Liquid refrigerant line
4
Hole for refrigerant pipes (245 x 138)
16
Gas refrigerant line
5
Laying of pipes at front
17
Hole for refrigerant pipes and control wires
6
M12 anchor bolt
18
Hole for power supply cables (ø52 x 2)
7
Welding
19
Refrigerant pipe connection (liquid) øC
8
Insulation
20
Refrigerant pipe connection (gas, high pressure) øB
9
Accessory pipe
21
Refrigerant pipe connection (gas, low pressure) øA
10
Laying of pipes at back
22
Electrical box
11
Laying of standard pipes
23
Service cover
12
Concrete base
Heat pump system (2 pipes)
Heat recovery system (3 pipes)
Model
A
B
C
Model
A
B
C
RAS-14FSXN
-
25.4
12.7
RAS-14FSXN
25.4
22.2
12.7
RAS-16FSXN
-
28.6
12.7
RAS-16FSXN
28.6
22.2
12.7
RAS-18FSXN
-
28.6
15.88
RAS-18FSXN
28.6
22.2
15.88
All measurements are in mm.
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7.3 Dimensions CH-(6.0-10.0)N1
330
23
( For Suspension Bolt )
40
Suspension Bracket
2-11 34Slotted Hole
Electrical Box
(Available for both sides)
214
376
38
301
38
Refrigerant
Gas Pipe
Connection
(Ø15.88 Flare Nut)
151
301
82
63
89
Earth Terminal(M5)
(in Electrical Box)
Outdoor Unit Connecting Side
Control Wiring
Connection
(Ø20)
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Indoor Unit connecting Side
Power Supply Wiring
Connection
(Ø20)
184
191
180
Refrigerant Gas
(High Pressure)
(Ø15.88 Flare Nut)
54
25
40
38
20
39
Refrigerant Gas
(Low Pressure)
(Ø15.88 Flare Nut)
7 General dimensions
B
500
A
h1
>1500
C
1500
h2
7.4 Service space
765
> 500 + h2/2
> 300 + h1/2
NOTE
Side view. All measurements are in mm.
Calculate the service space required during the installation of the unit, based on the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
If there are no walls either in front or behind the unit, a space of 500 mm is necessary in front -A- and 300 mm behind
-B-.
If the front wall is higher than 1500 mm, a space of (500 + h2/2) mm is required at the front -A-.
If the rear wall is higher than 500 mm, a space of (300 + h1/2) mm is required at the back -B-.
If a wall -C- is installed in front of the unit, a ventilation hole should be made in the wall.
When the space over the unit is less than 1500 mm, or the space around the unit is closed, a conduct is required to
prevent short-circuits between the intake air and the discharge air.
If there are any obstacles in the space over the unit, the four sides of the unit should be left open.
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7 General dimensions
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8 Refrigerant cycle
8. Refrigerant cycle
Index
8.1
8.2
8.3
RAS-(8-12)FSXN........................................................................................................................
RAS-(14-18)FSXN......................................................................................................................
CH-(6.0-10.0)N1.........................................................................................................................
188
189
190
8
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ø6.35
ø12.7
13
P
17 13
ø22.0
8
S
ø22.0
16
8FSXN: ø19.05
10FSXN: ø22.2
12FSXN: ø25.4
ø22.0
15
ø15.88
11
ø6.35
ø15.88
ø6.35
HP
19
12
S
ø6.35
9
9
ø22.0
ø6.35
S
12
9
S
ø9.53
S
13
S
ø6.35
ø9.53
S
18
13
ø6.35
ø9.53
ø9.53
3
6
Refrigerant flow for heating
Part
2
10
ø6.35
ø9.53
ø6.35
10
ø9.53
P
ø9.53
ø9.53
7
6
6
ø25.4
5
Refrigerant flow for cooling
S
ø22.0
S
4
ø6.35
13
14
6
12
8
S
ø6.35
9
ø22.0
RAS-(8-10)FSXN: ø9.53
RAS-12FSXN: ø12.7
1
6
6
6
S
S
ø6.35
ø12.7
ø19.05
ø25.4
13
ø12.7
8FSXN: ø15.88
10FSXN: ø19.05
12FSXN: ø22.2
8.1 RAS-(8-12)FSXN
Installation refrigerant pipe
No.
Connection by flare nut
Part
Connection by welding
No.
1
Compressor
11
Check valve
2
Heat exchanger
12
Solenoid valve
3
Dual-tube heat exchanger
13
Check joint
4
Oil separator
14
Stop valve (liquid)
5
Accumulator
15
Stop valve (gas, low pressure)
6
Filter
16
Stop valve (gas, high pressure)
7
Distributor
17
Refrigerant pressure sensor (high pressure)
8
Reversing valve
18
Refrigerant pressure sensor (low pressure)
9
Capillary tube
19
Protection pressure switch
10
Electronic expansion valve
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17
13
8
15
ø25.4
12
RAS-14FSXN: ø25.4
RAS-(16/18)FSXN: ø28.6
HP
6
1
1
ø6.35
ø6.35
9
RAS-(14-16): ø19.05
RAS-18: ø22.0
13
S
6
ø6.35
HP
S
6
ø6.35
ø6.35
6
5
ø12.7
S
S
ø6.35
S
13
2
10
ø12.7
P
ø6.35
9
18
13
ø6.35
ø12.7
10
ø9.53
ø12.7
ø12.7
8
3
6
Refrigerant flow for cooling
7
ø12.7
ø22.0
ø28.0
ø6.35
ø12.7
14
S
4
19
ø6.35
ø6.35
ø6.35
ø9.53
ø6.35
19
ø6.35
ø28.0
6
9
12
ø15.88
ø6.35
RAS-(14-16): ø12.7
RAS-18: ø15.88
ø25.4
ø6.35
S
S
11
4
12
9
9
ø6.35
ø15.88
S
8
S
S
6
ø25.4
ø19.05
16
ø19.05
S
ø22.0
6
ø25.4
ø22.0
ø28.0
S
11
ø15.88
ø6.35
ø19.05
P
ø25.4
RAS-(14/16)FSXN: ø12.7
RAS-18FSXN: ø15.88
13 13
ø12.7
RAS-(14/18)FSXN: ø22.2
8.2 RAS-(14-18)FSXN
Refrigerant flow for heating
Part
No.
Installation refrigeration
pipe
Connection by flare nut
Part
Connection by welding
No.
1
Compressor
11
Check valve
2
Heat exchanger
12
Solenoid valve
3
Dual-tube heat exchanger
13
Check joint
4
Oil separator
14
Service valve (liquid)
5
Accumulator
15
Service valve (gas, low pressure)
6
Filter
16
Service valve (gas, high pressure)
7
Distributor
17
Refrigerant pressure sensor (high pressure)
8
Reversing valve
18
Refrigerant pressure sensor (low pressure)
9
Capillary tube
19
Protection pressure switch
10
Electronic expansion valve
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8.3 CH-(6.0-10.0)N1
To Indoor Unit
To Outdoor Unit
Electric Expansion Valve
[MVD1]
Electric Expansion Valve
[MVD2]
cØ6.35
cØ6.35
bØ15.88
S
aØ19.05
High Pressure Gas
Low Pressure Gas
cØ6.35
bØ15.88
Strainer
Capillary Tube
Electric Expansion Valve
Strainer
bØ15.88
High Pressure Gas
bØ15.88
S
Low Pressure Gas
cØ6.35
cØ6.35
[MVS2]
cØ6.35
S
Electric Expansion Valve
bØ15.88
[MVS1]
bØ15.88
Strainer
S
aØ19.05
Low Pressure Gas
aØ19.05
Refrigerant flow for cooling
Refrigerant flow for heating
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Installation refrigeration
pipe
Connection by flare nut
Connection by welding
9 Piping work and
refrigerant charge
9. Piping work and refrigerant charge
Index
9.1
Refrigerant pipe selection...........................................................................................................
9.1.1
9.2
9.3
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
195
SET FREE FSXN (two pipes)....................................................................................................... 195
SET FREE FSXN (three pipes)..................................................................................................... 196
Multi-Kits.....................................................................................................................................
9.4.1
9.4.2
193
Copper pipes and sizes................................................................................................................. 193
Pipe connection............................................................................................................................. 193
Pipe connection kit.....................................................................................................................
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.4
Pipe size selection........................................................................................................................ 192
Copper pipes, sizes, connection and insulation.........................................................................
9.2.1
9.2.2
192
199
2-pipe Multi-Kit (Optional Parts).................................................................................................... 199
3-pipe Multi-Kit (Optional Parts).................................................................................................... 199
Precautions for the installation of the outdoor unit.....................................................................
Provision of pipes.......................................................................................................................
Connection of refrigerant pipes for heat pump (2 pipes)............................................................
201
203
204
9.7.1
9.7.2
9.7.3
9.7.4
9.7.5
9.7.6
204
204
205
206
206
207
Pipe sizes for RAS-(8-18)FSXN (Base unit).................................................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(20-36)FSXN (Combination of two units).......................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(38-54)FSXN (Combination of three units)....................................................
Pipe connection kit (optional)........................................................................................................
Example of installation (38 HP: 2 pipes).......................................................................................
Size of pipes (ø mm) and selection of multikit (2 pipes)................................................................
Connection of refrigerant pipes for heat recovery (3 pipes).......................................................
210
9.8.1
9.8.2
9.8.3
9.8.4
9.8.5
9.8.6
210
210
211
212
213
213
Pipe sizes for RAS-(8-18)FSXN (Base unit).................................................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(20-36)FSXN (Combination of two units).......................................................
Pipe sizes for RAS-(38-54)FSXN (Combination of three units)....................................................
Pipe connection kit (optional)........................................................................................................
Example of installation (38 HP: 3 pipes).......................................................................................
Size of pipes (ø mm) and selection of multikit (3 pipes)................................................................
Refrigerant charge......................................................................................................................
218
9.9.1
9.9.2
9.9.3
9.9.4
9.9.5
9.9.6
9.9.7
218
219
219
219
219
220
221
Installation airtight test..................................................................................................................
Installation vacuum.......................................................................................................................
Quantity of refrigerant charged in the W0 outdoor unit.................................................................
Maximum additional refrigerant charge.........................................................................................
Method of calculation of the total additional refrigerant charge.....................................................
Refrigerant charge........................................................................................................................
Automatic system to estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit................................
Precautions in the event of refrigerant leaks..............................................................................
9.10.1
9.10.2
9.10.3
223
Maximum permitted concentration of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC)................................................... 223
Calculation of the refrigerant concentration.................................................................................. 223
Countermeasures in the event of refrigerant leaks....................................................................... 224
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9 Piping work and
refrigerant charge
9.1 Refrigerant pipe selection
The RAS-(8-54)FSXN outdoor units can work as a heat pump system, by means of a two-pipe system (gas pipe and liquid
pipe), or they can work as a heat recovery system by means of a three-pipe system (high and low pressure pipes and liquid
pipe), requiring in addition the CH units supplied as accessories.
There is an optional specific pipe connection kit available according to the power of the outdoor unit:
Operating
mode
Heat pump system
Heat recovery
system
Outdoor unit
No. of
units
Connection kit
RAS-(20-24)FSXN
2
MC-20AN
RAS-(26-36)FSXN
2
MC-21AN
RAS-(38-54)FSXN
3
MC-30AN
RAS-(20-24)FSXN
2
MC-20XN
RAS-(26-36)FSXN
2
MC-21XN
RAS-(38-54)FSXN
3
MC-30XN
Indications:
•
•
Gas pipe: 1 set.
Liquid pipe: 1 set.
•
•
•
Gas pipe, high pressure: 1 set.
Gas pipe, low pressure: 1 set.
Liquid pipe: 1 set.
9.1.1 Pipe size selection
Select the pipe size in line with the following instructions:
1 Between the outdoor unit and the branch pipe (multikit): select the same pipe connection size as for the outdoor unit.
2 Between the branch pipe (multikit) and the indoor unit: select the same pipe connection size as for the indoor unit.
CAUTION
•
Do not use refrigerant pipe sizes other than those indicated in this manual. The diameter of the refrigerant pipes
depends directly on the power of the outdoor unit.
•
If larger diameter refrigerant pipes are used, the circuit lubrication oil tends to separate from the gas carrying
it. The compressor will be seriously damaged due to a lack of lubrication.
•
If smaller diameter refrigerant pipes are used, the gas or liquid refrigerant will have serious difficulties in circulating. System performance will be affected. The compressor will run under more severe conditions than
foreseen and will be damaged in a short space of time.
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9.2 Copper pipes, sizes, connection and insulation
9.2.1 Copper pipes and sizes
CAUTION
•
The copper pipe used in the refrigeration installations is different to the copper pipe used in installations carrying domestic or heating water.
•
The copper pipe for refrigeration installations is especially treated for outdoors and indoors. The interior surface finish makes it easier for the refrigerant to circulate and withstands the action of the lubricant oil applied
to outdoor equipment.
Prepare the copper pipes provided by the supplier.
Select the pipe with the appropriate diameter and thickness. Use the table below to select the most appropriate pipe:
Nominal diameter
mm
Inches
Thickness
mm
6.35
1/4
0.80
9.53
3/8
12.7
Nominal diameter
mm
Inches
Thickness
mm
Roll
25.4
1
1.00
Pipe
0.80
Roll
28.6
1-1/8
1.00
Pipe
1/2
0.80
Roll
31.75
1-1/4
1.10
Pipe
15.88
5/8
1.00
Roll
38.1
1-1/2
1.35
Pipe
19.05
3/4
1.00
Pipe
41.3
1-5/8
1.45
Pipe
22.2
7/8
1.00
Pipe
44.45
1-3/4
1.55
Pipe
Supply
Supply
Always use clean copper pipes with no signs of knocks or cracks. Make sure there is no dust or dampness on the inside.
Before you install the pipes, clean the inside with oxygen-free nitrogen gas to eliminate any remains of dust or other substances.
CAUTION
•
Do not use hand saws, circular saws, abrasive grinders or other tools that generate shavings.
•
Strictly follow national or local regulations regarding occupational health and safety.
•
Wear appropriate means of protection during cutting or brazing operations and installation (gloves, eye protection, etc).
On completing the installation of the refrigerant pipes -B-,
insulate them appropriately using suitable insulating material -A- and seal the open space between the holes made
and the pipe, as shown in the figure.
9.2.2 Pipe connection
Cover the end of the pipe appropriately when it is to be inserted
through holes in walls and roofs, etc.
Keep the ends of the pipes covered while other installation work is
being carried out to avoid the entry of dampness or dirt.
Do not place the pipes directly on the ground without appropriate
protection or adhesive vinyl tape to cover the ends.
Where the pipe installation is not completed for a certain amount of time, braze the ends of the pipe to seal. Then fill it with
oxygen-free nitrogen gas through a Schrader valve to avoid the accumulation of humidity and/or contamination through dirt.
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NOTE
•
Where polyethylene foam insulation is used, a 10 mm thick layer should be used for the liquid pipe and between
15 and 20 mm for the gas pipe.
•
Install the insulation after the pipe surface temperature has dropped to the same temperature as that of the
room, otherwise the insulation may melt.
Do not use insulating material that contains NH3 (ammonium), as it could damage the copper in the pipe and subsequently
cause leaks.
Where the fitter has supplied his own branches, these should be appropriately insulated to avoid decreases in capacity in
line with to environmental conditions and dew on the surface of the piping due to low pressure.
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9.3 Pipe connection kit
9.3.1 SET FREE FSXN (two pipes)
Key:
ID: inner diameter.
Quantity: 1.
A: towards the outdoor unit.
C: towards connection kit 1.
OD: outer diameter.
All measurements are in mm.
B: towards the indoor unit.
D: towards connection kit 2.
MC-20AN
Gas line
Gas line reducer
ID25.4
ID22.2
ID15.88
ID19.05
ID22.2
ID25.4
ID28.6
Liquid line
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø25.4
ID22.2
Ø28.6
Liquid line reducer
OD25.4
ID19.05
Ø25.4
OD22.2
Ø25.4
ID25.4
ID28.6
B
A
B
A
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID12.7
ID9.53
Ø19.05
ID19.05
OD19.05
ID15.88
MC-21AN
Gas line
Gas line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
OD38.1
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID31.75
ID31.75
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
ID15.88
ID41.3
OD31.75
ID38.1 Ø31.75
Ø38.1
ID31.75
ID28.6
Ø25.4
ID25.4
B
ID25.4
A
ID34.9
A
B
ID28.6
Ø31.75
ID31.75
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID12.7
ID9.53
Ø19.05
ID19.05
OD31.75
MC-30AN Connection kit
Gas line
Gas line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
OD31.75
ID31.75
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID31.75
ID31.75
ID38.1
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
D
Ø25.4
ID28.6
ID15.88
ID25.4
Ø31.75
Ø38.1
D
ID31.75
ID28.6
OD31.75
B
OD38.1
A
Ø31.75
ID31.75
B
A
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID12.7
ID9.53
Ø19.05
ID19.05
ID41.3
OD31.75
ID34.9
MC-30AN Connection kit
Gas line
Gas line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
OD31.75
ID31.75
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID31.75
ID38.1 Ø31.75
Ø38.1
C
ID15.88
ID28.6
ID25.4
ID25.4
ID28.6
A
ID34.9
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
Ø25.4
ID31.75
C
OD31.75
Ø31.75
ID31.75
OD31.75
ID28.6
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ID19.05
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID12.7
ID9.53
OD15.88
A
ID19.05
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E-102SN2 Connection kit
Gas line
Gas line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
E-162SN2 Connection kit
Gas line
Gas line reducer
E-242SN2 Connection kit
Gas line
Gas line reducer
Gas line
Gas line reducer
E-302SN2 Connection kit
9.3.2 SET FREE FSXN (three pipes)
Key:
ID: inner diameter.
Quantity: 1. (1): quantity 2.
A: towards the outdoor unit.
C: towards connection kit 1.
OD: outer diameter.
All measurements are in mm.
B: towards the indoor unit.
D: towards connection kit 2.
MC-20XN
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
ID15.88
ID19.05
ID22.2
ID25.4
ID28.6
Ø28.6
ID25.4
ID22.2
Ø25.4
ID25.4
ID28.6
OD25.4
ID19.05
Ø25.4
ID22.2
A
B
Ø25.4
ID25.4
A
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OD22.2
ID19.05
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
ID15.88
OD22.2
ID19.05
Ø28.6
ID22.2
B
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
OD25.4 ID25.4
ID22.2
ID19.05
ID15.88
ID19.05
ID22.2
ID25.4
ID28.6
Ø25.4
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
Ø25.4
OD25.4 ID15.88
ID19.05
ID22.2 (1)
OD19.05
ID15.88
OD25.4
ID22.2
A
B
Ø19.05
ID19.05
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID12.7
ID9.53
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MC-21XN
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID31.75
ID31.75
ID28.6
ID22.2
ID25.4
ID25.4
ID28.6
A
B
Ø31.75
ID31.75
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
A
B
ID22.2 (1)
OD31.75
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID12.7
Ø25.4
ID15.88
OD25.4
ID19.05
A
Ø25.4
ID25.4
ID15.88
OD22.2
ID19.05
ID31.75
Ø25.4
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
OD31.75
Ø28.6
ID34.9
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
OD25.4 ID25.4
ID22.2
ID19.05
ID15.88
ID19.05
ID22.2
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID38.1 Ø31.75
Ø38.1
B
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
ID9.53
Ø19.05
ID19.05
OD19.05
ID15.88
MC-30XN Connection kit 1
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
OD31.75
OD31.75
ID31.75
ID28.6
ID25.4
ID31.75
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID31.75
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID31.75
ID31.75
ID38.1
Ø31.75
Ø38.1
ID31.75
ID38.1 Ø31.75
Ø38.1
D
ID28.6
ID25.4
ID31.75
D
ID28.6
OD31.75
B
B
A
ID34.9
OD38.1
A
OD31.75
OD25.4 ID15.88
ID19.05
B
ID22.2
Ø31.75
ID31.75
Ø31.75
ID31.75
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
D
Ø25.4
ID15.88
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID41.3
ID15.88
ID12.7
ID9.53
Ø19.05
ID19.05
OD25.4
ID22.2
OD31.75
A
OD19.05
ID34.9
MC-30XN Connection kit 2
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
OD31.75
ID31.75
ID38.1 Ø31.75
Ø38.1
C
ID31.75
ID25.4
ID28.6
ID31.75
ID25.4
ID28.6
Ø31.75
ID31.75
C
Ø25.4
ID25.4
ID25.4
ID28.6
A
ID9.53
ID12.7
ID15.88
ID19.05
Ø19.05
Ø25.4
ID15.88
OD22.2
ID19.05
ID25.4
ID22.2
ID15.88
OD25.4
ID19.05
C
OD31.75
ID22.2 (1)
OD31.75
Ø19.05
ID19.05
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID12.7
ID9.53
OD15.88
A
ID19.05
OD19.05
ID15.88
ID28.6
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
OD25.4 ID25.4
ID22.2
ID19.05
ID28.6
ID15.88
ID19.05
ID22.2
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
A
ID34.9
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
E-52XN2 Connection kit
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
—
E-102XN2 Connection kit
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
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E-162XN2 Connection kit
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
Liquid line
Liquid line reducer
E-202XN2 Connection kit
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
E-242XN2 Connection kit
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line reducer
(low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
Gas line reducer
(high pressure)
E-322XN2 Connection kit
Gas line (low pressure)
Gas line (high pressure)
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9.4 Multi-Kits
9.4.1 2-pipe Multi-Kit (Optional Parts)
Branch line
First branch
Outdoor unit HP
Model
8/10
E-102SN2
12-16
E-162SN2
18-24
E-242SN2
26-54
E-302SN2
Piping and Multi-Kit diameter after the first branch
Total HP of the indoor unit
Gas (Ømm)
Liquid (Ømm)
<6
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
6-8.99
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
9-11.99
Ø22.2
Ø9.53
12-15.99
Ø25.4
Ø12.7
16-17.99
Ø28.6
Ø12.7
18-25.99
Ø28.6
Ø15.88
26-35.99
Ø31.75
Ø19.05
>36
Ø38.1
Ø19.05
Model
E-102SN2
E-162SN2
E-242SN2
E-302SN2
Manifold branch
Total HP of the indoor unit
No. of manifold branches
Model
5-8
4
MH-84AN
5-10
8
MH-108AN
9
9.4.2 3-pipe Multi-Kit (Optional Parts)
Branch line
First branch
Outdoor unit HP
Model
8/10
E-102XN2
12-16
E-162XN2
18-20
E-202XN2
22-24
E-242XN2
26-54
E-322XN2
Piping and Multi-Kit diameter after the first branch *
Total HP of the indoor unit
Low pressure
Gas (Ømm)
High pressure
Gas (Ømm)
Liquid (Ømm)
Model
<6
Ø15.88
Ø12.7
Ø9.53
E-52XN2
6-8.99
Ø19.05
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
9-11.99
Ø22.2
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
12-15.99
Ø25.4
Ø22.2
Ø12.7
16-17.99
Ø28.6
Ø22.2
Ø12.7
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Total HP of the indoor unit
Low pressure
Gas (Ømm)
High pressure
Gas (Ømm)
Liquid (Ømm)
Model
18-21.99
Ø28.6
Ø22.2
Ø15.88
E-202XN2
22-25.99
Ø28.6
Ø25.4
Ø15.88
E-242XN2
26-35.99
Ø31.75
Ø28.6
Ø19.05
>36
Ø38.1
Ø31.75
Ø19.05
E-322XN2
NOTE
•
If the piping branch requires 2 portions of piping, use Multi-kit E-102SN2, E-162SN2, E-242SN2 for the heat
pump operation.
Manifold branch
Total HP of the indoor unit
No. of manifold branches
Model
5-10
8
MH-108AN
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9.5 Precautions for the installation of the outdoor unit.
Order of installation of the units
A
B
C
C
B
A
The outdoor units must be installed in decreasing order of capacity:
Capacity of unit A ≥ capacity of unit B ≥ capacity of unit C.
Unit -A-, with the highest capacity, must be closest the indoor units.
Refrigerant pipe installation between outdoor units
A
B
C
A
B
C
≤100
LA
LB
≥ 500
≥ 500
LC
K
K
The length between the connection kit -K- (on the side of the outdoor unit) and the outside unit, must be
LA ≤ LB ≤ LC ≤ 10 m.
Place the connection kit at a lower level with respect to the connection of the refrigerant pipes of the outdoor unit.
≤ 300
≤ 300
A ≥ 200
≤ 300
A ≥ 200
9
A ≥ 200
If the connection kit is placed above the refrigerant pipe connection of the outdoor unit, keep a maximum of 300 mm
between the connection kit and the base of the outdoor unit. In addition, an oil recovery unit -A- (minimum 200 mm) should
be fitted between the connection kit and the outdoor unit.
A ≥ 200
<2000
<2000
<2000
≥ 2000
A ≥ 200
<2000
≥ 2000
If the length of the refrigerant gas and liquid pipes between outdoor units is greater than two metres, the oil recovery unit
should be fitted on the gas pipe to prevent the build-up of refrigerant oil.
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A
Place the refrigerant pipes of the outdoor units horizontally, or slightly tilted towards the side of the indoor units to prevent
the build-up of refrigerant oil at the lowest point -A-.
A
>500
B
If the refrigerant pipes are opposite the outdoor unit, there should be a minimum of 500 mm between the outdoor units
and the connection kits -B- for maintenance operations.
NOTE
The 500 mm space is required when replacing the unit compressor.
± 15º
Install the connection kits parallel to the floor (± 15°).
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9.6 Provision of pipes
The maximum total length of the refrigerant pipes is 1000 m (300 m)1), 2) and the maximum length of the pipe between the
first branch of the multikit and the last indoor unit connected is 90 m (40 m)2).
A
F
E
B
D
C
A. Outdoor units. Maximum pipe length: 10 m. Difference in height: 0.1 m.
B. Difference in height of the indoor units: 15 m.
C. Maximum pipe length between the first branch of the multikit and the last indoor unit connected: 90 m (40 m)2).
D. Length of pipe between outdoor and indoor units. Maximum pipe length: 165 m. Maximum total pipe length: 1000 m
(300 m)1), 2).
E. Maximum pipe length between the branch and the indoor unit: 40 m (30 m)2).
F. Difference in height between the outdoor unit and the indoor units: 50 m (outdoor unit higher than the indoor units); 40 m
(outdoor unit lower than the indoor units).
1) When the total length of the refrigerant pipes exceeds 300 m, the maximum additional refrigerant charge is restricted.
The total additional charge (refrigerant pipes + indoor units) must not exceed the maximum additional refrigerant charge
indicated in the following table.
Outdoor unit
Maximum additional refrigerant charge (kg)
Outdoor unit
Maximum additional refrigerant charge (kg)
RAS-(8/10)FSXN
28
RAS-(18-24)FSXN
51
RAS-12FSXN
36
RAS-(26-54)FSXN
63
RAS-(14/16)FSXN
40
—
—
2)
If the refrigerant pipe length exceeds the values indicated in brackets, the maximum number of indoor units that can be
connected must be less than that recommended in the following table.
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Maximum number of connectable indoor units
13
16
19
23
26
26
33
36
40
43
47
50
Recommended number of connectable indoor units
8
10
10
16
16
16
18
20
26
26
32
32
HP
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
Maximum number of connectable indoor units
53
56
59
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
Recommended number of connectable indoor units
32
32
32
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
HP
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9.7 Connection of refrigerant pipes for heat pump (2 pipes)
9.7.1 Pipe sizes for RAS-(8-18)FSXN (Base unit)
a
All measurements are in mm.
RAS-8
FSXN
RAS-10
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
Gas
Ø19.05
Ø22.2
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø9.53
Ø9.53
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Model
a
RAS-18
FSXN
If the main refrigerant pipe specified in the table is not available at the installation location, select the size given in brackets.
In this case, prepare a suitable reducer.
Alternative pipe and reducer
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Ø9.53
(Ø9.53-Ø12.7)
Ø22.2
(Ø22.2-Ø25.4)
Ø12.7
(Ø12.7-Ø15.88)
Ø25.4
(Ø25.4-Ø28.6)
Ø15.88
(Ø15.88-Ø19.05)
Ø28.6
(Ø28.6-Ø31.75)
Ø19.05
(Ø19.05-Ø22.2)
–
–
Main pipe
9.7.2 Pipe sizes for RAS-(20-36)FSXN (Combination of two units)
1
a
B
B
A
b
c
A
c
C
b
2
a
C
A: main outdoor unit; B: secondary outdoor unit; C: connection kit; 1: indoor units on left side; 2: indoor units on right side.
Install the outdoor units and connect the refrigerant pipes as shown in the diagram. Please refer to the table to determine
the appropriate connection kit and the diameter of the pipes for each unit
All measurements are in mm.
Combination of base units
Model
RAS-20
FSXN
RAS-22
FSXN
RAS-24
FSXN
RAS-26
FSXN
RAS-28
FSXN
RAS-30
FSXN
RAS-32
FSXN
RAS-34
FSXN
RAS-36
FSXN
Unit A
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Unit B
RAS-8
FSXN
RAS-8
FSXN
RAS-10
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Connection kit
a
b
c
MC-20AN
MC-21AN
Gas
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø38.1
Liquid
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Gas
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Gas
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø22.2
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø9.53
Ø9.53
Ø9.53
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
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If the main refrigerant pipe specified in the table is not available at the installation location, select the size given in brackets.
In this case, prepare a suitable reducer.
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Ø9.53
(Ø9.53-Ø12.7)
Ø25.4
(Ø25.4-Ø28.6)
Ø12.7
(Ø12.7-Ø15.88)
Ø28.6
(Ø28.6-Ø31.75)
Ø15.88
(Ø15.88-Ø19.05)
Ø31.75
(Ø31.75-Ø34.9)
Ø19.05
(Ø19.05-Ø22.2)
Ø38.1
(Ø38.1-Ø41.3)
Ø22.2
(Ø22.2-Ø25.4)
–
–
9.7.3 Pipe sizes for RAS-(38-54)FSXN (Combination of three units)
A
1
B
c
a
C1
b
d
C
C
e
e
A
B
d c
d
C2
a
2
C1
C2
A: main outdoor unit; B: secondary outdoor unit; C: secondary outdoor unit; C1: connection kit 1; C2: connection kit 2; 1:
indoor units on left side; 2: indoor units on right side.
Install the outdoor units and connect the refrigerant pipes as shown in the diagram. Please refer to the table to determine
the appropriate connection kit and the diameter of the pipes for each unit.
All measurements are in mm.
Combination of base units
Model
RAS-38
FSXN
RAS-40
FSXN
RAS-42
FSXN
RAS-44
FSXN
RAS-46
FSXN
RAS-48
FSXN
RAS-50
FSXN
RAS-52
FSXN
RAS-54
FSXN
Unit A
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Unit B
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Unit C
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Connection kit
a
b
c
d
e
MC-30AN
Gas
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Liquid
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Gas
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Liquid
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Gas
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Gas
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Gas
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
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If the main refrigerant pipe specified in the table is not available at the installation location, select the size given in brackets.
In this case, prepare a suitable reducer.
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Ø9.53
(Ø9.53-Ø12.7)
Ø25.4
(Ø25.4-Ø28.6)
Ø12.7
(Ø12.7-Ø15.88)
Ø28.6
(Ø28.6-Ø31.75)
Ø15.88
(Ø15.88-Ø19.05)
Ø31.75
(Ø31.75-Ø34.9)
Ø19.05
(Ø19.05-Ø22.2)
Ø38.1
(Ø38.1-Ø41.3)
Ø22.2
(Ø22.2-Ø25.4)
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9.7.4 Pipe connection kit (optional)
No.
Application in outdoor units
Mode
Pipe connection kit
Heat pump system
Model
Notes
Outdoor unit
No. of outdoor units
RAS(20-24)FSXN
2
MC-20AN
RAS(26-36)FSXN
2
MC-21AN
RAS(38-54)FSXN
3
MC-30AN
For two pipes:
•
Gas: 1 part.
•
Liquid: 1 part.
9.7.5 Example of installation (38 HP: 2 pipes)
Connection of front or rear pipes
Lower pipe connection
C1
E
A
C2
B
E
G
H
D1
E
D2
I
A
F
F
G
B
C1
D1
E
E
H
I
C2
D2 E
A. Gas pipe (field-supplied).
E. Accessory for connection of pipes (L-shaped).
B. Liquid pipe (field-supplied).
F. Outdoor unit 1.
C1. Gas connection kit 1.
G. Outdoor unit 2.
C2. Gas connection kit 2.
H. Outdoor unit 3.
D1. Liquid connection kit 1.
I. Accessory for connection of pipes (Z-shaped).
D2. Liquid connection kit 2.
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9.7.6 Size of pipes (ø mm) and selection of multikit (2 pipes)
A
1
(6)
2
C
B
(6) 1
D
H5
1
(1)
E
L5
(3)
H1
3
4
3
4
4
F
F
L3
F
3
4
L3
F
A: main outdoor unit
B, C: secondary outdoor units
H2
L3
4
F
L3
4
L2 L2
F
D: connection kit 1
E: connection kit 2
F: indoor units
Size of pipes
1. Pipe diameter for the outdoor unit.
2. Diameter of the main pipe (from the base unit or connection kit 1 to the first branch)(2).
Equivalent pipe length < 100 m
HP outdoor unit
HP outdoor unit
Equivalent pipe length < 100 m
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
8
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
(18-24)
Ø28.6
Ø15.88
10
Ø22.2
Ø9.53
(26-34)
Ø31.75
Ø19.05
(12/14)
Ø25.4
Ø12.7
(36-54)
Ø38.1
Ø19.05
16
Ø28.6
Ø12.7
—
—
—
3. Pipe diameter after first branch(3).
Total HP indoor unit
Gas
Liquid
Total HP indoor unit
Gas
Liquid
<6
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
(16-17.99)
Ø28.6
Ø12.7
(6-8.99)
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
(18-25.99)
Ø28.6
Ø15.88
(9-11.99)
Ø22.2
Ø9.53
(26-35.99)
Ø31.75
Ø19.05
(12-15.99)
Ø25.4
Ø12.7
> 36
Ø38.1
Ø19.05
4. Pipe diameter between multikit and indoor unit(4).
HP indoor unit
Gas
Liquid
HP indoor unit
Gas
Liquid
(0.8-1.5)
Ø12.7
Ø6.35(5)
8.0
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
2.0
Ø15.88
Ø6.35(5)
10.0
Ø22.2
Ø9.53
(2.5-5.0)
Ø15.88
9.53
—
—
—
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Pipe working conditions
Permitted pipe length (7)
No.
Total pipe length
Current length
Maximum pipe length
Equivalent length
Make
≤ Recommended number
of connected indoor units
≥ Recommended number
of connected indoor units
Current total liquid pipe
length
≤ 1000 m(8)
≤ 300 m
≤ 165 m
≤ 165 m
≤ 190 m
≤ 190 m
L1
Maximum pipe length between the multikit of the first branch
and each indoor unit
L2
≤ 90 m
≤ 40 m
Maximum pipe length between each multikit and each indoor unit
L3
≤ 40 m
≤ 30 m
Pipe length between connection kit 1 and each outdoor unit
L5
≤ 10 m
≤ 10 m
≤ 50 m
≤ 50 m
Difference in height between
outdoor and indoor units
Highest outdoor unit
H1
≤ 40 m
≤ 40 m
Difference in height between indoor units
H2
≤ 15 m
≤ 15 m
Difference in height between outdoor units
H5
≤ 0.1 m
≤ 0.1 m
Lowest outdoor unit
NOTE
•
(1)
•
(2)
•
(3) Where the refrigerant pipe length is greater than 100 m, the pipe diameter does not have to be increased after
The connection kit is taken into account from the side of the indoor unit (as connection kit 1).
When the maximum equivalent refrigerant pipe length (L1) from the outdoor unit/connection kit 1 to the
indoor unit is greater than 100 m, the diameter of the gas/liquid pipe from the outdoor unit/connection kit 1 to
the first branch must be increased using the reducer (field-supplied).
the first branch. Where the size of the multikit is greater than that of the first branch, adjust the size of the
multikit to the first branch. Where the diameter of the pipe selected after the first branch is greater than the
diameter of the pipe after it, use the same diameter as the inlet pipe.
•
(4)
The pipe diameter -4- must be the same as that of the indoor unit connection.
•
(5)
Where the liquid pipe length is greater than 15 m, use 9.53 mm diameter pipe and a reducer (field-supplied).
•
(6)
Keep a direct distance of 500 mm or greater after the connection kit.
•
(7)
•
(8)
1
Check that the gas pipe and the liquid pipe are equivalent in terms of length and installation system.
The installation conditions for the refrigerant pipes are different depending on the number of indoor units
connected.
The total pipe length permitted must be less than 1000 m due to the maximum additional refrigerant charge
limitation.
NOTE
2
Use the multikit system for branching of the indoor units and the CH unit.
3
Install the indoor unit and the multikit according to the instructions given in this manual.
4
Where the length of pipe L3 between each multikit and each indoor unit is considerably longer than on another
indoor unit, the refrigerant will not flow correctly and performance is lower in comparison with other models
(recommended pipe length: up to 15 m).
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Pipe branching restrictions
Follow the instructions given in the table below for pipe installation (field-supplied).
Main pipe branch (1)
Maximum pipe length between the multikit of the
first branch and each indoor unit (L2)
≤ 40 m
Pipe length after the
branch
Number of main pipe
branches
a+b+c ≤ 30 m or d+e
+f ≤ 30 m
No limit
a+b+c > 30 m or d+e
+f > 30 m
Up to 2
—
Up to 1 (Figure 1)
From 41 m to 90 m
Capacity ratio of the indoor units after the main
branch
Branch and distributor
combination
—
Available (Figures 3 and 4)
≥ 40% (Figure 2)
Not available
NOTE
(1)
Main pipe branch: distribution from one (1) multikit to two (2) multikits.
b
a
c
A
B
B
e
d
f
B
B
A: main branch
B: indoor units
Figure 1: two branches on the main pipe
Figure 2: capacity ratio of the indoor units ≤ 40%
41 - 90 m
41 - 90 m
20%
A
A
80%
B
A: main branch
A: main branch
B: secondary branch
Figure 3: distributor used as branching for three pipes and
branching for two pipes
Figure 4: do not connect a branch to a distributor
≤ 40 m
A
A
A
B
B
≤ 40 m
A: branch
A: branch
B: distributor
B: distributor
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9.8 Connection of refrigerant pipes for heat recovery (3 pipes)
9.8.1 Pipe sizes for RAS-(8-18)FSXN (Base unit)
a
All measurements are in mm.
RAS-8
FSXN
RAS-10
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Gas (low pressure)
Ø19.05
Ø22.2
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Gas (high pressure)
Ø15.88
Ø19.05
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Liquid
Ø9.53
Ø9.53
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Model
a
If the main refrigerant pipe specified in the table is not available at the installation location, select the size given in brackets.
In this case, prepare a suitable reducer.
Alternative pipe and reducer
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Ø9.53
(Ø9.53-Ø12.7)
Ø22.2
(Ø22.2-Ø25.4)
Ø12.7
(Ø12.7-Ø15.88)
Ø25.4
(Ø25.4-Ø28.6)
Ø15.88
(Ø15.88-Ø19.05)
Ø28.6
(Ø28.6-Ø31.75)
Ø19.05
(Ø19.05-Ø22.2)
–
–
Main pipe
9.8.2 Pipe sizes for RAS-(20-36)FSXN (Combination of two units)
B
A
1
a
b
c
C
B
A
c
b
a
2
C
A: main outdoor unit; B: secondary outdoor unit; C: connection kit; 1: indoor units on left side; 2: indoor units on right side.
Install the outdoor units and connect the refrigerant pipes as shown in the diagram. Please refer to the table to determine
the appropriate connection kit and the diameter of the pipes for each unit
All measurements are in mm.
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Combination of base units
Model
RAS-20
FSXN
RAS-22
FSXN
RAS-24
FSXN
RAS-26
FSXN
RAS-28
FSXN
RAS-30
FSXN
RAS-32
FSXN
RAS-34
FSXN
RAS-36
FSXN
Unit A
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Unit B
RAS-8
FSXN
RAS-8
FSXN
RAS-10
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Connection kit
a
b
c
MC-20XN
MC-21XN
Gas (low pressure)
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Gas (high pressure)
Ø22.2
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Gas (low pressure)
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Gas (high pressure)
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Gas (low pressure)
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø22.2
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Gas (high pressure)
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø19.05
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Liquid
Ø9.53
Ø9.53
Ø9.53
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
If the main refrigerant pipe specified in the table is not available at the installation location, select the size given in brackets.
In this case, prepare a suitable reducer.
Alternative pipe and reducer
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Ø9.53
(Ø9.53-Ø12.7)
Ø22.2
(Ø22.2-Ø25.4)
Ø12.7
(Ø12.7-Ø15.88)
Ø25.4
(Ø25.4-Ø28.6)
Ø15.88
(Ø15.88-Ø19.05)
Ø28.6
(Ø28.6-Ø31.75)
Ø19.05
(Ø19.05-Ø22.2)
Ø31.75
(Ø31.75-Ø34.9)
Main pipe
9.8.3 Pipe sizes for RAS-(38-54)FSXN (Combination of three units)
A
B
C
C
A
B
9
1
c
a
C1
b
d
e
C2
e
d c
d
C2
a
2
C1
A: main outdoor unit; B: secondary outdoor unit; C: secondary outdoor unit; C1: connection kit 1; C2: connection kit 2; 1:
indoor units on left side; 2: indoor units on right side.
Install the outdoor units and connect the refrigerant pipes as shown in the diagram. Please refer to the table to determine
the appropriate connection kit and the diameter of the pipes for each unit.
All measurements are in mm.
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Combination of base units
Model
RAS-38
FSXN
RAS-40
FSXN
RAS-42
FSXN
RAS-44
FSXN
RAS-46
FSXN
RAS-48
FSXN
RAS-50
FSXN
RAS-52
FSXN
RAS-54
FSXN
Unit A
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Unit B
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Unit C
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-12
FSXN
RAS-14
FSXN
RAS-16
FSXN
RAS-18
FSXN
Gas (low pressure)
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Ø38.1
Gas (high pressure)
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Connection kit
a
b
c
d
e
MC-30XN
Liquid
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Gas (low pressure)
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Ø31.75
Gas (high pressure)
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Liquid
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Ø19.05
Gas (low pressure)
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Gas (high pressure)
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Gas (low pressure)
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Gas (high pressure)
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Gas (low pressure)
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø25.4
Ø28.6
Ø28.6
Gas (high pressure)
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Ø22.2
Liquid
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
If the main refrigerant pipe specified in the table is not available at the installation location, select the size given in brackets.
In this case, prepare a suitable reducer.
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Main pipe
Alternative pipe and reducer
Ø9.53
(Ø9.53-Ø12.7)
Ø25.4
(Ø25.4-Ø28.6)
Ø12.7
(Ø12.7-Ø15.88)
Ø28.6
(Ø28.6-Ø31.75)
Ø15.88
(Ø15.88-Ø19.05)
Ø31.75
(Ø31.75-Ø34.9)
Ø19.05
(Ø19.05-Ø22.2)
Ø38.1
(Ø38.1-Ø41.3)
Ø22.2
(Ø22.2-Ø25.4)
–
–
9.8.4 Pipe connection kit (optional)
Mode
No.
Pipe connection kit
Heat recovery system
Application in outdoor units
Model
Outdoor unit
No. of outdoor units
RAS(20-24)FSXN
2
MC-20XN
RAS(26-36)FSXN
2
MC-21XN
RAS(38-54)FSXN
3
MC-30XN
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For three pipes:
•
Gas, high pressure: 1 part.
•
Gas, low pressure: 1 part.
•
Liquid: 1 part.
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9.8.5 Example of installation (38 HP: 3 pipes)
Connection of front or rear pipes
D1
D1
A
J
H
I
K
F1
G E2 F2
H
I
C
N
E1
J
A
B
D2
N
B
C
Lower pipe connection
K
E1
F1
G
G
D2
E2 F2
G
A. Gas pipe, low pressure (field-supplied).
F1. Liquid connection kit 1.
B. Gas pipe, high pressure (field-supplied).
F2. Liquid connection kit 2.
C. Liquid pipe (field-supplied).
G. Accessory for connection of pipes (L-shaped).
D1. Gas connection kit, low pressure 1.
H. Outdoor unit 3.
D2. Gas connection kit, low pressure 2.
I. Outdoor unit 2.
E1. Gas connection kit, high pressure 1.
J. Outdoor unit 1.
E2. Gas connection kit, high pressure 2.
K. Accessory for connection of pipes (Z-shaped).
N. Accessory for connection of pipes.
9.8.6 Size of pipes (ø mm) and selection of multikit (3 pipes)
(6)
2
D
3
3
L3
H4
3
4
L3
(12)
A: main outdoor unit
6
G
CH
1
E
(3)
H5
C
A
B
1 (6) 1
L3
(1)
L3
6
G
4a 5 b
L4
L5
F
CH
4
CH
6
G
4
4
CH
CH
6
G
L3
L4
CH
6
d6
e
G
G
H3
G
L2
L1
H2
B, C: secondary outdoor units
3 pipes (high and low pressure gas, liquid)
Size of pipes
1. Pipe diameter for the outdoor unit.
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6
G
H1
6
G
c6
4
CH
6
G
D: connection kit 1
2 pipes (gas, liquid)
9
a4
c6
d6
e6
G
G
G
E: connection kit 2
G: indoor units
2 pipes (low pressure gas, liquid)
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2. Diameter of the main pipe (from the base unit or connection kit 1 to the first branch) (3 pipes)(2).
HP outdoor unit
Gas, low pressure
Gas, high pressure
Liquid
HP outdoor
unit
Gas, low pressure
Gas, high pressure
Liquid
8
Ø19.05
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
(22-24)
Ø28.6
Ø25.4
Ø15.88
10
Ø22.2
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
26
Ø31.75
Ø25.4
Ø19.05
(12/14)
Ø25.4
Ø22.2
Ø12.7
(28-36)
Ø31.75
Ø28.6
Ø19.05
16
Ø28.6
Ø22.2
Ø12.7
(36-54)
Ø38.1
Ø31.75
Ø19.05
(18/20)
Ø28.6
Ø22.2
Ø15.88
—
—
—
—
3. Pipe diameter after first branch (3 pipes)(3).
Total HP indoor
unit
Gas, low pressure
Gas, high pressure
Liquid
Total HP indoor
unit
Gas, low pressure
Gas, high pressure
Liquid
<6
Ø15.88
Ø12.7
Ø9.53
(18-21.99)
Ø28.6
Ø22.2
Ø15.88
(6-8.99)
Ø19.05
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
(22-25.99)
Ø28.6
Ø25.4
Ø15.88
(9-11.99)
Ø22.2
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
(26-35.99)
Ø31.75
Ø28.6
Ø19.05
(12-15.99)
Ø25.4
Ø22.2
Ø12.7
> 36
Ø38.1
Ø31.75
Ø19.05
(16-17.99)
Ø28.6
Ø22.2
Ø12.7
—
—
—
—
4. Pipe diameter between the CH unit and the multikit (3 pipes and 2 pipes)(9).
CH unit
Maximum combination of indoor
units(8)
CH-6.0N1
7
CH-10.0N1
8
Capacity of indoor units
3 pipes
2 pipes
Gas, low pressure
Gas, high pressure
Gas
Liquid
(0.8-1.5)
Ø15.88
Ø12.7
Ø12.7(15)
Ø9.53
(1.6-4.0)
Ø15.88
Ø12.7
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
(4.1-6.0)
Ø19.05
Ø15.88
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
(6.1-8.0)
Ø19.05
Ø15.88
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
(8.1-10.0)
Ø22.2
Ø19.05
Ø22.2
Ø9.53
5. Pipe diameter for 2 pipes and multikit.
Total HP indoor unit
Gas
Liquid
Total HP indoor unit
Gas
Liquid
<6
Ø15.88
Ø9.53
(12-15.99)
Ø25.4
Ø12.7
(6-8.99)
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
(16-17.99)
Ø28.6
Ø12.7
(9-11.99)
Ø22.2
Ø9.53
(18-25.99)
Ø28.6
Ø15.88
6. Pipe diameter between multikit and indoor unit(4).
Gas
Liquid
HP indoor unit
Gas
Liquid
(0.8-1.5)
Ø12.7
Ø6.35(5)
8.0
Ø19.05
Ø9.53
2.0
Ø15.88
Ø6.35(5)
10.0
Ø22.2
Ø9.53
(2.5-5.0)
Ø15.88
9.53
—
—
—
HP indoor unit
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Pipe working conditions
Permitted pipe length (13)
No.
Total pipe length
Current length
Maximum pipe length
Equivalent length
Make
≤ Recommended number
of connected indoor units
≥ Recommended number
of connected indoor units
Current total liquid pipe
length
≤ 1000 m(14)
≤ 300 m
≤ 165 m
≤ 165 m
≤ 190 m
≤ 190 m
L1
Maximum pipe length between the multikit of the first branch
and each indoor unit
L2
≤ 90 m
≤ 40 m
Maximum pipe length between each multikit and each indoor unit
L3
≤ 40 m
≤ 30 m
CH-6.0N1: ≤ 30 m
CH-6.0N1: ≤ 30 m
CH-10.0N1: ≤ 10 m
CH-10.0N1: ≤ 10 m
≤ 10 m
≤ 10 m
≤ 50 m
≤ 50 m
≤ 40 m
≤ 40 m
Total pipe length between the CH unit and each indoor unit
Pipe length between connection kit 1 and each outdoor unit
Difference in height between
outdoor and indoor units
Highest outdoor unit
Lowest outdoor unit
*L4
*a+b+c+d+e
L5
H1
Difference in height between indoor units
H2
≤ 15 m
≤ 15 m
Difference in height between indoor units using the same
CH unit
H3
≤4m
≤4m
Difference in height between CH units
H4
≤ 15 m
≤ 15 m
Difference in height between outdoor units
H5
≤ 0.1 m
≤ 0.1 m
NOTE
•
(1)
•
(2)
•
(3) Where the refrigerant pipe length is greater than 100 m, the pipe diameter does not have to be increased after
The connection kit is taken into account from the side of the indoor unit (as connection kit 1).
When the maximum equivalent refrigerant pipe length (L1) from the outdoor unit/connection kit 1 to the
indoor unit is greater than 100 m, the diameter of the liquid pipe from the outdoor unit/connection kit 1 to the
first branch must be increased using the reducer (field-supplied).
the first branch. Where the size of the multikit is greater than that of the first branch, adjust the size of the
multikit to the first branch. Where the diameter of the pipe selected after the first branch is greater than the
diameter of the pipe after it, use the same diameter as the inlet pipe.
•
(4)
The pipe diameter -6- must be the same as that of the indoor unit connection.
•
(5)
Where the liquid pipe length is greater than 15 m, use 9.53 mm diameter pipe and a reducer (field-supplied).
•
(6)
Keep a direct distance of 500 mm or greater after the connection kit.
•
(7)
In the case of branches, where the pipe length between the three-pipe branch -F- and the furthest indoor unit
exceeds 5 m, use a T-branch pipe for the three-branch liquid pipe (corresponding to the same diameter, as per
JIS B8607).
•
(8) Where the number of connectable indoor units is greater
than four, the high/low-pressure gas, gas and liquid pipes,
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-4-, -5- and -6-, must be increased by one measurement,
respectively.
•
(9)
•
(10)
•
(11)
The excess total capacity may lead to insufficient performance and abnormal operating noise. Check that
the installation is within the total capacity values.
•
(12)
•
(13)
•
(14)
•
(15)
1
Check that the gas pipe and the liquid pipe are equivalent in terms of length and installation system.
The liquid pipe does not have to be connected to the CH unit. See Table 6 for the pipe diameter between the
multikit and the indoor unit.
Where the combination of indoor unit capacities is 10 HP for the CH-10.0N1 unit, performance will drop by
approximately 5% in refrigeration and 10% in heating.
For operations in refrigeration mode only, connect the indoor units using gas and liquid pipes (without the
CH unit). The total capacity in refrigeration mode only must be less than 50% the total capacity of the indoor
units.
The installation conditions for the refrigerant pipes are different depending on the number of indoor units
connected.
The total pipe length permitted must be less than 1000 m due to the maximum additional refrigerant charge
limitation.
Where the branch is after the CH unit and the capacity of the connected indoor unit is (0.8-1.5) HP, use a
15.88 mm diameter for the gas pipe.
NOTE
2
Use the multikit system for branching of the indoor units and the CH unit.
3
Install the indoor unit, the multikit and the CH unit according to the instructions given in this manual.
4
Where the length of pipe L3 between each multikit and each indoor unit is considerably longer than on another
indoor unit, the refrigerant will not flow correctly and performance is lower in comparison with other models
(recommended pipe length: up to 15 m).
Pipe branching restrictions
Follow the instructions given in the table below for pipe installation (field-supplied).
Maximum pipe length between the multikit of the
first branch and each indoor unit (L2)
≤ 40 m
From 41 m to 90 m
Main pipe branch (1)
Pipe length after the
branch
Number of main pipe
branches
a+b+c ≤ 30 m or d+e
+f ≤ 30 m
No limit
a+b+c > 30 m or d+e
+f > 30 m
Up to 2
—
Up to 1 (Figure 1)
Capacity ratio of the indoor units after the main
branch
Branch and distributor
combination
—
Available (Figures 3 and 4)
≥ 40% (Figure 2)
Not available
NOTE
(1)
Main pipe branch: distribution from one (1) multikit to two (2) multikits.
b
a
c
A
B
B
e
d
f
B
A: main branch
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Figure 1: two branches on the main pipe
Figure 2: capacity ratio of the indoor units ≤ 40%
41 - 90 m
41 - 90 m
20%
A
A
80%
B
A: main branch
B: secondary branch
B: secondary branch
Figure 3: distributor used as branching for three pipes and
branching for two pipes
Figure 4: do not connect a branch to a distributor
≤ 40 m
CH
A
CH
CH
CH
A
A
CH
B
CH
B
CH
≤ 40 m
A: branch
A: branch
B: distributor
B: distributor
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9.9 Refrigerant charge
9.9.1 Installation airtight test
Check that the outdoor and indoor units are connected via the field-supplied refrigerant pipes.
Check the suspension of the refrigerant pipes as described in chapter Refrigerant pipe suspension, see on page 0
1. Heat pump system.
G. Vacuum pump.
2. Heat recovery system.
H. Refrigerant gas pipe, high pressure.
A. Stop valve, high pressure (gas).
I. Refrigerant liquid pipe
B. Stop valve (liquid).
J. Indoor units.
C. Stop valve, low pressure (gas).
K. Multikit.
D. Measurement indicators.
L. Insulation.
E. Nitrogen gas bottle.
M. CH unit.
F. Refrigerant bottle and balance.
N. Refrigerant gas pipe, low pressure.
.
Check the seal of the welds and flared connections. To do so, connect the measurement indicators on the check joints of
the stop valves and on one vacuum pump or nitrogen gas bottle, using the flexible charge pipes of the indicators.
NOTE
•
Only tools and indicators specifically for use with R410A refrigerant gas should be used.
•
Do not open the stop valves on the outdoor unit.
DANGER
Only use nitrogen gas when testing for leaks. Never use oxygen, acetylene or fluorocarbon gas; these could result
in an intoxication or explosion.
Apply a maximum pressure of 4.15 MPa of nitrogen gas to the installation.
Check there are no refrigerant leaks in the welds and the flared connections of all the system. To do so, use a gas leak
sensor or a soap and water solution.
If any leaks are found in the installation, repair and repeat the airtight test.
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9.9.2 Installation vacuum
Connect the measurement indicators on the check joints of the stop valves.
NOTE
Only tools and indicators specifically for use with R410A refrigerant gas should be used.
Vacuum the installation to a maximum pressure of -0.1 MPa (-756 mmHg) or lower.
On completion of the vacuum, close the indicator valve and switch off the vacuum pump.
Check that the pressure reading on the indicators remains stable for an hour or more. If this is not the case, check there
are no refrigerant leaks at the welds and the flared connections of all the system.
NOTE
If the maximum pressure of -0.1 MPa (-756 mmHg) or less is not obtained, and there are no leaks, keep the vacuum
pump running for one or two hours.
If any leaks are found in the installation, repair and repeat the airtight test.
Replace the stop valve covers and tighten to the corresponding torque.
9.9.3 Quantity of refrigerant charged in the W0 outdoor unit
Outdoor unit
Quantity of refrigerant charged in the W0 outdoor unit (kg)
Outdoor unit
Quantity of refrigerant charged in the W0 outdoor unit (kg)
RAS-8FSXN
6.5
RAS-14FSXN
9.0
RAS-10FSXN
6.5
RAS-16FSXN
9.0
RAS-12FSXN
7.0
RAS-18FSXN
10.5
NOTE
For combinations of two or three outdoor units, the quantity of refrigerant corresponds to the sum of the refrigerant
charged in each of the units.
9.9.4 Maximum additional refrigerant charge
The total additional charge must not exceed the maximum additional refrigerant charge indicated in the following table.
Outdoor unit
Maximum additional refrigerant charge (kg)
Outdoor unit
Maximum additional refrigerant charge (kg)
RAS-(8/10)FSXN
28
RAS-(18-24)FSXN
51
RAS-12FSXN
36
RAS-(26-54)FSXN
63
RAS-(14/16)FSXN
40
—
—
9.9.5 Method of calculation of the total additional refrigerant charge
Although the outdoor unit is supplied charged with refrigerant, it is necessary to add a certain additional amount depending
upon the length of the refrigerant pipes and the capacity ratio of the indoor units.
The different factors determining the total additional refrigerant charge (W4) in the system are given as W0, W1 and W2.
The additional quantity of refrigerant is calculated using the following method.
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W0: additional refrigerant charge according to the length of the refrigerant liquid pipes.
Nominal diameter
Total length (m)
Quantity of refrigerant per
metre of pipe
1/4
___ m
x 0.39
9.53
3/8
___ m
x 0.28
mm
Inches
6.35
12.7
1/2
___ m
x 0.19
15.88
5/8
___ m
x 0.12
19.05
3/4
___ m
x 0.06
22.2
7/8
___ m
x 0.03
Additional refrigerant
charge (kg)
Total additional refrigerant charge =
______ kg
W1: additional refrigerant charge per indoor unit
No of indoor units of 8 and 10 HP
Amount of refrigerant per unit
Additional refrigerant charge (kg)
x 1.0 kg/unit
______ kg
NOTE
It is not necessary to increase the additional refrigerant charge for indoor units with less than 8 HP.
W3: Additional refrigerant charge according to the connection capacity ratio of indoor units
Connection capacity ratio of indoor units = total capacity of indoor units / total capacity of outdoor unit
Ratio of indoor units
Additional refrigerant charge (kg)
< 100%
0 kg
(100–115) %
0.5 kg
(116–130) %
1.0 kg
W4: total additional refrigerant charge
Total additional refrigerant charge (kg) = W1 + W2 + W3
NOTE
Check that the total additional refrigerant charge is not greater than the values given in: Maximum additional
refrigerant charge, see on page 219.
9.9.6 Refrigerant charge
Once the installation has been emptied, check that the stop valves are fully closed. To do so, remove the caps and check
that they are closed with the corresponding torque.
Charge the total additional refrigerant as calculated in chapter: Method of calculation of the total additional refrigerant
charge, see on page 219.
If it is not possible to charge the total quantity of additional refrigerant, proceed as follows:
Fully open the gas stop valve (in the case of the outdoor units of heat recovery systems, open the high and low pressure
gas valves).
Start the system running in cooling mode and open the liquid outlet valve of the measurement indicators connected to the
check joints of the stop valves.
Slightly open the liquid stop valve (tolerance of quantity of total additional refrigerant: 0.5 kg).
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When all the refrigerant has been charged, fully open the liquid stop valve.
CAUTION
•
Only charge the quantity of additional refrigerant as calculated in chapter Method of calculation of the total
additional refrigerant charge, see on page 219. Too low or too high a charge could cause damage to the compressor.
•
The refrigerant should be charged through the liquid stop valve. If the refrigerant is charged through the gas
stop valves, the compressor will be damaged.
Fill in the F-Gas Label.
9.9.7 Automatic system to estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit
Fit all covers and lids on the unit, except for the electrical box and service covers.
Connect the power supply to the indoor and outdoor units in the same refrigeration cycle for the function to automatically
estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit.
NOTE
•
This function is applicable when the outdoor temperature margin ranges from 0 to 43 °C DB (DB: dry bulb) and
the indoor temperature from 10 to 32 °C DB (DB: dry bulb).
•
For RAS-(20-54)FSXN units, the indications, verifications and consultations of the seven-segment display
should be done on the main unit.
•
The electricity supply to the outdoor unit must remain connected twelve hours prior to the test to heat up the
compressor oil.
Turn the DSW5 contact number four (on PCB1) to ON.
The seven-segment display on the unit will indicate:
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Check the seven-segment display and press PSW1. The outdoor
unit fan and the compressor will start up. The display will indicate:
The function to automatically estimate the amount of refrigerant charged in the unit takes between 30 and 40 minutes to
make the necessary checks.
Check the result obtained with the following table:
Display indication
Result
Sufficient charge
Indications
The refrigerant charge is sufficient.
Turn the DSW5 contact number four (on PCB1) to OFF and carry out the test run.
The refrigerant charge is excessive.
Excessive charge
Calculate the refrigerant charge according to the length of the refrigerant pipes.
Collect the charged refrigerant appropriately and charge the unit with correct amount of refrigerant.
The refrigerant charge is insufficient.
Insufficient charge
Check whether the unit has been charged with additional refrigerant.
Calculate the refrigerant charge according to the length of the refrigerant pipes.
Charge the unit with the correct amount of refrigerant.
Locate the cause of the abnormal completion in line with the instructions below. Once the
cause of the abnormal completion has been solved, restart the check.
1. Is the DSW5 contact number four (on PCB1) turned to ON before the power supply is
connected?
Abnormal completion
2. Are all indoor units ready and waiting before DSW5 contact number four (on PCB1) is
turned to ON?
3. Is the outdoor ambient temperature within the working ranges established (0 – 43 °C)? (In
some cases, when the number of indoor units connected exceeds the maximum number
recommended and the outdoor temperature is above 35 °C, the check cannot be made).
4. Is the total operating capacity ratio of the indoor units 30% or less?
5. Is DSW4 contact number four (forced compressor stoppage) turned to OFF?
Turn the DSW5 contact number four (on PCB1) to OFF when the refrigerant charge is sufficient. Wait at least three minutes
before turning the DSW5 contact number four (on PCB1) to OFF so that the outdoor unit is ready to start operating.
NOTE
•
During the check, the seven-segment display may change to the protection control code due to the protection
control being activated, although this is quite normal.
•
Consult the information on the inside of the unit service cover for further information on the protection control
code.
CAUTION
•
Releasing refrigerant into the atmosphere is forbidden.
•
Where the amount of refrigerant charged in the system is to be corrected, it must be collected appropriately.
•
Follow the instructions given on the specific label attached to the unit with regards to the refrigerant.
•
Fill in the F-Gas Label.
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9.10 Precautions in the event of refrigerant leaks
DANGER
Fitters and the designers of the installations must strictly observe local and national legislation, and local codes
regarding safety requirements in the event of refrigerant leaks.
9.10.1 Maximum permitted concentration of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC)
The R410A refrigerant gas, used in the equipment, is fireproof and not toxic.
DANGER
In the event of a leak, the gas will spread around the room, displacing the air, and could therefore result in asphyxia.
The maximum permitted concentration of HFC R410A gas in the air is 0.44 kg/m 3, in accordance with standard EN378-1.
Therefore, efficient measures should be adopted to ensure the concentration of R410A gas in the air is kept below 0.44 kg/
m3 in the event of a leak.
9.10.2 Calculation of the refrigerant concentration
1
2
3
Calculate the total quantity of refrigerant R (kg) charged in the system; to do so, connect all the indoor units of the rooms
in which you wish to have air conditioning.
Calculate the volume V (m3) of each room.
Calculate the refrigerant concentration C (kg/m3) of the room in accordance with the following formula:
R/V=C
R: Total quantity of refrigerant charged (kg).
V: volume of the room (m3).
C: concentration of refrigerant (= 0.44 kg/m3 for R410A gas).
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9.10.3 Countermeasures in the event of refrigerant leaks
The room should have the following characteristics in case of a leak of refrigerant:
1
2
3
Opening without shutter to permit the circulation of fresh air in the room.
Opening without door measuring 0.15%, or greater, of the floor surface.
A fan with a capacity of at least 0.4 m 3/minute per tonne of Japanese refrigeration ( = volume displaced by the compressor / 5.7 m3/h) or greater, connected to a gas sensor in the air conditioning system which uses the refrigerant.
Model
Tons
Model
Tons
RAS-8FSXN
4.11
RAS-32FSXN
12.16
RAS-10FSXN
4.11
RAS-34FSXN
12.59
RAS-12FSXN
4.11
RAS-36FSXN
13.02
RAS-14FSXN
6.08
RAS-38FSXN
14.30
RAS-16FSXN
6.08
RAS-40FSXN
14.30
RAS-18FSXN
6.51
RAS-42FSXN
14.73
RAS-20FSXN
8.22
RAS-44FSXN
16.70
RAS-22FSXN
10.19
RAS-46FSXN
16.70
RAS-24FSXN
10.19
RAS-48FSXN
17.13
RAS-26FSXN
10.19
RAS-50FSXN
19.10
RAS-28FSXN
12.16
RAS-52FSXN
19.10
RAS-30FSXN
12.16
RAS-54FSXN
19.53
DANGER
Special attention should be given to areas where the refrigerant may be deposited and stay in the room, such as
basements or similar, as it is heavier than air.
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Index
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
General information....................................................................................................................
General verifications...................................................................................................................
Setting of the DSW switches on PCB1.......................................................................................
Shared wiring between outdoor and indoor units.......................................................................
10.4.1
10.4.2
Connection of outdoor units.......................................................................................................... 231
Connection of indoor units............................................................................................................ 232
10.4.2.1
10.4.2.2
10.5
Connection diagram: heat pump system................................................................... 234
Connection diagram: heat recovery system............................................................... 235
Connection of the power supply circuits.....................................................................................
10.5.1
10.5.2
226
227
228
231
236
Cable sizes.................................................................................................................................... 236
Main breaker switch...................................................................................................................... 236
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10.1 General information
CAUTION
•
Before any work to the electrical wiring or regular inspections, switch off the mains power supply of the indoor
and outdoor units. Wait three minutes before starting installation or maintenance work.
•
Make sure that the indoor and outdoor fans have come to a complete standstill before starting work on the
electrical wiring or regular inspections.
•
Protect cables, the drainage pipe, electrical components, etc. from rodents and insects; otherwise these might
damage unprotected components and this could result in fire.
•
Do not allow cables to come into contact with the refrigerant pipes, metal edges, printed circuit boards (PCB)
or the electric components inside the unit; the cables may be damaged and this could result in fire.
•
Firmly secure the cables inside the indoor unit with plastic flanges.
•
Before starting work on the installation of the outdoor unit, place the DSW7 in the correct position according
to the expected supply voltage: Setting of the DSW switches on PCB1, see on page 228.
•
Use an earth leakage breaker with medium sensitivity, and an activation speed of 0.1 or less. If this is not fitted,
there is a risk of electric shock and/or fire.
•
Install an earth leakage breaker, fuse and circuit breaker for each outdoor unit power line. Not fitting it may
cause an electric shock or fire.
DANGER
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10.2 General verifications
1
Make sure the field-supplied electric components (main power switches, circuit breakers, wires, connectors and connection terminals) have been selected correctly in line with the electrical data given.
a The electricity supply to the unit should be via an exclusive power control switch and protective circuit breaker,
certified and installed in accordance with local or national safety regulations.
b The electricity supply for the outdoor and indoor units should be separate. Connect the voltage supply wiring for
each group of indoor units to the same outdoor unit (maximum capacity for each group of indoor units: 26 HP).
c For heat recovery systems, the CH unit and the indoor unit of the same refrigerant cycle can be supplied from the
same mains power switch.
2
Check that the supply voltage is between 90 and 110% of the rated voltage. Where the voltage capacity is too low, it
will not be possible to start the system due to the drop in voltage.
Sometimes, the refrigeration/heating system is not able to operate correctly in the following cases:
• When the system is supplied from the same supply line as other major consumers (heavy machinery, power inverter
systems, cranes, welding machinery, etc).
• When the supply cables of the major consumers and the refrigeration/heating system are very close together.
3
In these cases, induction in the wiring to the refrigeration/heating system may arise due to a rapid change in the electricity
consumption of the above consumers and their start-up. Therefore before starting installation work, check the regulations and standards concerning adequate protection of the power supply line.
NOTE
4
5
For further information, please refer to the applicable legislation in the country in which the unit is to be fitted.
During the preliminary preparation work of the electricity supply line for the unit, the provisions in local and national
legislation must never be violated.
Check that the earth cable is correctly connected.
DANGER
•
Never connect the earth cable to the refrigerant pipes. The gas in the pipes could cause a fire.
•
Do not connect the earth cable to the lighting rod. The electrical potential of earth would increase abnormally.
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10.3 Setting of the DSW switches on PCB1
Location of the DSW switches on PCB1.
CAUTION
Before changing the settings of the DIP switches, the voltage supply should be disconnected. Otherwise, the new
settings will not be valid.
NOTE
•
Only the DIP DSW1, DSW2 and DSW4 switches can be set while the voltage supply is connected.
•
The symbol “■” indicates the position of the DIP switches. The figures show the position of the DIP switch once
the position setting has been completed.
•
With the DSW4 switch, the unit starts or stops after 10 to 20 sec. of the switch being activated.
•
Record the number of the outdoor unit to tell it apart from others during service and maintenance operations
in this area:
PSW buttons on PCB1
PSW1: accept.
PSW2
PSW5
PSW1
PSW3
PSW2, 3, 4 and 5: for checking.
PSW4
DSW1, RSW1: refrigerant cycle number setting
•
•
•
•
•
Setting required.
Setting before RSW1 supply: 0.
Setting before DSW1 supply: 0 (digit of tens).
Set each outdoor unit number on each refrigerant cycle.
Outdoor and indoor units belonging to the same refrigerant cycle: setting
the same cycle number in the outdoor and indoor units (indoor units:
DSW5 and RSW2).
DSW1, RSW1: setting example for refrigerant cycle number 25
•
maximum refrigerant cycle number setting: 63.
DSW2: capacity setting
Setting not required.
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DSW3
Setting not required.
DSW4: test run and service settings
B
A
Setting required.
• A: setting before supply:
• B: refrigeration test run.
• C: heating test run.
• D: forced stoppage of the compressor.
C
D
DSW5: emergency operation /test run and service setting
Setting not required. Activate only when the following functions are used:
• Contact 1: except No 1, compressor operation.
• Contact 2: except No 2, compressor operation.
• Contact 4: Monitoring of refrigerant quantity.
DSW6: setting outdoor unit number
Setting required.
• 1: setting before supply:
1
ON
NOTE
1 2 3 4
This combination of outdoor units must be set.
A
ON
Setting for combination of units:
•
•
•
1 2 3 4
B
ON
1 2 3 4
C
ON
1 2 3 4
A: unit 1 (main).
B: unit 2.
C: unit 3.
DSW7: supply voltage setting
Setting required.
• Setting before supply: 380 V.
NOTE
This setting is necessary in outdoor units supplied with 400 V.
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DSW10: communication setting
Setting required.
• A: setting before supply:
• B: cancellation of final resistance.
A
ON
NOTE
•
1 2
B
ON
1 2
C
ON
1 2
C: If the communication circuit fuse has opened, the PCB1 board can
only be recovered by activating contact 2.
NOTE
•
Where two or more outdoor units are installed and connected using the H-LINK bus, DSW10 contact 1 on the
master or main unit must be set to OFF from the second unit.
•
Where just one unit is installed, this setting is not required.
DSW10: switch setting example
DSW10
DSW10
DSW10
DSW10
DSW10
DSW10
DSW10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
A
B
C
A
B
H-LINK
H-LINK II
H-LINK
H-LINK II
H-LINK
H-LINK II
D
D
E
D
E
D
E
D
E
H-LINK
H-LINK II
D
E
D
E
D
E
D
E
D
E
A. Main unit.
D. Indoor units.
B. Secondary unit.
E. Remote control.
C. Secondary unit.
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10.4 Shared wiring between outdoor and indoor units
CAUTION
•
Connecting the operating line cables incorrectly may lead to faults in the PCB.
•
Protect wires, drain pipe and electric parts, etc. from rodents and insects, as they could bite unprotected parts
and even cause a fire.
•
Prevent the cables from touching the gas refrigerant pipes, metal edges, printed circuit board (PCB) edges or
electrical parts inside the unit. Otherwise the cables could be damaged and, in a worst case scenario, lead to
a fire.
•
Firmly secure the cables inside the indoor unit with plastic flanges.
General instructions to bear in mind when connecting the shared wiring between the outdoor and indoor units
1 Local or national regulations must be followed at all times during the preliminary work to prepare the communication
line between units.
NOTE
2
3
4
5
6
7
For further information, please refer to the applicable legislation in the country in which the unit is to be fitted.
The units are installed grouped together for each planned refrigerant cycle. As a result, the refrigerant pipes and the
control wiring are connected grouped to the units belonging to the same refrigerant cycle.
Use a shielded twisted pair cable or shielded pair cable with a cross-section of over 0.75 mm2 (equivalent to KPEV-S)
for communications between the outdoor and the indoor unit and between the indoor units.
Always use a 2-core cable for the operating line. Never use a cable with more than three cores.
Use shielded cable for intermediate wiring on lengths of less than 300 m to protect the units from electrical noise and
electromagnetic interference. The size of the cable must be in line with national and local regulations.
Make a hole close the power cable connection opening when connecting several outdoor units from one power line.
Make sure the electric components supplied by the fitter (main power switches, circuit breakers, wires, connectors and
connection terminals) have been selected correctly in line with the electrical data given in this manual.
NOTE
Secure the rubber bushes with adhesive when the outdoor unit ducts are not used.
10.4.1 Connection of outdoor units
A
Remove cover -G- to the refrigerant pipes -A-.
10
B
The power -C- and communication -B- cables should be inserted
in the unit through the pre-drilled holes and lower rubber bushing
-E- provided, using a different protective duct -F- for each one.
C
D
G
NOTE
Do not insert the supply and communication cables together
through the same protective duct. Keep a minimum distance
between them of 50 mm.
Fit the cover on the pipes -G- and completely seal access -D- of
the pipes to the unit, to prevent the entrance of water, rodents and
dirt.
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D
E
D
F
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Do not allow the cables to touch the refrigerant pipes, sharp metal edges or electrical components from inside the unit.
NOTE
•
Fasten the power cables with the flanges provided inside the unit.
•
Attach unused rubber bushings with adhesive.
•
Make a drainage hole in the lowest part of the protective duct.
C
B
D
A
B
D
E
F
Connect the three-phase power cables on terminals L1, L2, L3 and N of the TB1 -A- terminal board and connect the earth
cable to the screw-in terminal -B-. Use insulated terminals or heat-shrink covers.
Connect the communication cables on the terminals on the TB2 box -C- of the PCB1 circuit board -D-:
• From the indoor units to the outdoor unit: terminals 1 and 2.
• From the outdoor unit to the next outdoor unit in the same refrigerant cycle: terminals 3 and 4.
E: ø53 mm pre-drilled hole for power cables.
F: ø26 mm pre-drilled hole for communication cables.
NOTE
Completely seal the entrance to the duct using sealant, etc. to prevent water from entering it.
Tighten the connection terminals as shown in the following table:
Size
Tightening torque (Nm)
M4
(1.0–1.3)
M5
(2.0–2.4)
M6
(4.0–5.0)
M8
(9.0–11.0)
M10
(18.0–23.0)
10.4.2 Connection of indoor units
Connect each outdoor unit to a power supply line. Install an earth leakage breaker, fuse and circuit breaker for each outdoor
unit power line.
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Connect each group of indoor units corresponding to an outdoor unit to a voltage supply line (maximum capacity for each
group of indoor units: 26 HP). Install an earth leakage breaker, fuse and circuit breaker for each group of indoor units.
Connect the communication cable between the indoor units, the CH units and the outdoor units.
Connect the communication cable on the corresponding units to the same refrigerant cycle. (Where the refrigerant pipe of
the indoor unit is connected to the outdoor unit, connect the communication cable to the same indoor unit).
NOTE
Connecting the refrigerant pipe and the communication cable to units in different refrigeration cycles may lead to
operating problems.
Use shielded twisted pair cable or shielded pair cable. Do not use cable with three or more conductors.
Use the same type of cables for the H-LINK system of units in each refrigerant cycle.
Ensure a minimum distance of 50 mm between the power cables and the communication cables and 1500 mm between
these and the power cables of other electrical devices. Where this is not possible, install power cables in a metal duct
separate from the others.
Connect the communication cables to TB2 terminals 1 and 2 on outdoor unit A (main unit):
• Between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit.
• Between the outdoor unit and the CH unit.
• Between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit on other refrigeration cycles.
CAUTION
Do not connect power cables to communication terminals (TB2). This could damage the circuit board.
In heat recovery systems, connect the indoor unit communication cable (used exclusively for refrigeration) to TB2 terminals
1 and 2 on the CH unit.
Connect the earthing cable for the outdoor units, the indoor units and the CH units. Earthing connections below a resistance
of 100 Ω (max.) must be made by skilled personnel.
NOTE
1
Set the DSW switches on the main and secondary units for the combination of (20-54) HP outdoor units.
2
An alarm is triggered if the communication cables between the outdoor units are connected to terminals 1 and
2 for H-LINK II.
3
Where an alarm is indicated on the display of the main outdoor unit, follow the instructions given to make the
necessary checks.
4
Make the function settings from the main outdoor unit.
5
Maximum number of refrigeration groups with one remote control: 64.
Maximum number of indoor units connected: 160.
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¿ Connection diagram: heat pump system
A
A1
TB1
TB2
L1 L2 L3 N
TB1
1 2 3 4
L1 L2 L3 N
TB2
1 2 3 4
CB
F
ELB
ELB
B
CB
3N
400V/50Hz
F
ELB
ELB
C
CB
3N
400V/50Hz
F
C
D
L1 L2 N
L1 L2 N
TB1
TB1
D
ELB
1N
220-240V/50Hz
230V/50Hz
ELB
TB2
TB2
1 2 A B
1 2 A B
E
E
G
G
H
I
A
Main outdoor unit
A1
Secondary outdoor unit
B
Operation wiring (shielded twisted pair cable or shielded pair cable) 5 Vdc non-polar H-LINK (field-supplied)
C
Distribution box (field-supplied)
D
Indoor units
E
Operation wiring (shielded twisted pair cable or shielded pair cable) (field-supplied)
F
Fuse (field-supplied)
G
PC-ART remote control
H
Indoor unit system No 0
I
Indoor unit system No 1
CB
Circuit breaker (field-supplied)
ELB
Earth Leakage Breaker (field-supplied)
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¿ Connection diagram: heat recovery system
A
A1
CB
F
ELB
CB
B
J
F
J
J
ELB
C
CB
C
D
C
D
C
D
C
D
D
F
ELB
E
G
E
G
E
G
E
G
H
E
G
I
A
Main outdoor unit
A1
Secondary outdoor unit
B
Operation wiring (shielded twisted pair cable or shielded pair cable) 5 Vdc non-polar H-LINK (field-supplied)
C
Distribution box (field-supplied)
D
Indoor units
E
Operation wiring (shielded twisted pair cable or shielded pair cable) (field-supplied)
F
Fuse (field-supplied)
G
PC-ART remote control
H
Indoor unit system No 0
I
Indoor unit system No 1
J
CH unit
CB
Circuit breaker (field-supplied)
ELB
Earth Leakage Breaker (field-supplied)
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10.5 Connection of the power supply circuits
10.5.1 Cable sizes
Model
Supply voltage
Maximum Cross-section of the power cable
current
EN60 335-1
(A)
MLFC (mm2)(2)
(mm2)(1)
RAS-8FSXN
12
2.5
2.0
RAS-10FSXN
16
2.5
2.0
22
6
3.5
26
6
5.5
RAS-16FSXN
29
10
5.5
RAS-18FSXN
31
10
8
RAS-12FSXN
RAS-14FSXN
3~ 400 V/50 Hz
Cross-section of the service
cable
EN60 335-1
(mm2)(1)
MLFC (mm2)
0.75
0.75
(2)
(1)
The cross-sections of the cable should be selected for the maximum current of the unit, in accordance with European
Standard EN60 335-1.
(2) The cross-sections of the cable have been selected for the maximum current of the unit, in accordance with cable MLFC
(Flame Retardant Polyflex Wire) manufactured by HITACHI Cable Ltd., Japan.
NOTE
Do not use cables that are lighter than the normal flexible coated polychloroprene cable (code H05RN-F).
10.5.2 Main breaker switch
Indoor units
ELB(1)
CB(2)
Maximum
current (A)
Rated current (A)
Sensitivity (mA)
Rated current (A)
RAS-8FSXN
12
40
30
20
RAS-10FSXN
16
40
30
20
22
40
30
30
26
40
30
40
RAS-16FSXN
29
63
30
40
RAS-18FSXN
31
63
30
50
Supply voltage
Model
RAS-12FSXN
3~ 400 V, 50 Hz
RAS-14FSXN
(1)
ELB: earth leakage breaker (field-supplied)
(2)
CB: circuit breaker (field-supplied)
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11 . O p t i o n a l f u n c t i o n s
Index
11.1
Optional functions available for outdoor units............................................................................
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11.1 Optional functions available for outdoor units
Optional functions
Optional function
Explanation
Fixing operation mode (Heating/Cooling)
This function sets the operating mode, heating or cooling. If heating (cooling) mode is set
in the indoor unit when cooling (heating) mode is already set, the thermostat on this unit
will be disabled.
Demand stoppage.
When this function is enabled, the compressor is stopped and the thermostat is switched
off on the indoor units.
Outdoor unit fan motor stop/start (snow sensor)
This function starts all outdoor fans at full speed during compressor stoppage if the snow
sensor is covered.
Forced stoppage
This function triggers an emergency stop. The compressor and indoor fans will not run.
Changeover of defrosting condition.
This function changes the defrost operating conditions. It is particularly useful in cold
areas.
Demand current control.
This function sets the outdoor flow to 40%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 100%. If the flow demanded
is above the flow set, the capacity of the indoor unit is reduced and the thermostat may
even be disabled if necessary.
Forced noise reduction.
This function reduces the compressor and fan rotation frequency and, as a result, the
sound level and capacity. (3 sound pressure level cases can be selected)
Indoor unit fan control during thermo-OFF at heating.
This function enables the fans in a cyclical manner (2 minutes on and 8 minutes off) to
reduce the unpleasant aspects of operations with the indoor thermostat disabled.
Cancellation of heating outdoor ambient temperature limit.
This function allows for operations in heating mode with no restriction on the upper ambient temperature limit.
Cancellation of cooling outdoor ambient temperature limit.
This function allows for operations in cooling mode with no restriction on low ambient
temperatures.
Night mode (low sound) operation.
This function decreases the sound level of the units and their cooling capacity.
When this function is enabled, the indoor fan speed in defrost mode switches to slow
instead of stopping the fan.
Slow defrost setting.
Cancellation of outdoor Hot-start limit.
This function allows for the outdoor unit to be started without having to wait for the compressor temperature to exceed 40ºC.
Wave function setting.
This function sets the outdoor flow. If the flow demanded is above the flow set, the capacity
of the indoor unit is reduced and the thermostat may even be disabled if necessary. Control of the operating flow is not a set value and may vary within a range.
Low noise setting.
This function reduces the maximum speed of the fan motor and, therefore, decreases the
noise level.
Cold draft.
The discharge air temperature of the indoor unit is also low, the outdoor unit is switching
operating mode to prevent this low discharge air temperature.
Signal capture.
This function provides information on unit operations (operating mode, alarm, compressor
on, defrost signals) so that the necessary devices can be enabled.
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12 . L o c a t i o n o f p r o b l e m s
Index
12.1
12.2
On-screen displays during abnormal operation..........................................................................
Alarm codes...............................................................................................................................
240
241
12
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12.1 On-screen displays during abnormal operation
•
Malfunction
The RUN (red) indicator flashes.
The ALARM indicator appears on the liquid crystal display.
The screen also displays the indoor unit number -A-, the alarm code -B- and the model code -C-. If
there are various indoor units connected, the above mentioned information is shown for each one of
them -D-.
•
A
Write down the indications and contact your HITACHI service supplier.
Power shortage
B
All displays disappear.
If the unit stops due to a power shortage, it will not start again, even though the power comes back on.
Carry out the start-up operations again.
•
If the power shortage lasts less than 2 seconds, the unit will start again automatically.
Electrical noise
C
B
The displays can disappear from the screen and the unit can stop. This is because the microcomputer
has been activated to protect the unit from electrical noise.
D
NOTE
If the wireless remote control is used for the wall-type indoor unit, remove
the connectors (CN25) that are connected to the indoor PCB. Otherwise the
unit will not work. The stored data cannot be erased unless the remote control is initialised.
Model code
Indication
Model
H
Heat pump
P
Inverter
F
Multi (SET-FREE)
C
Refrigeration only
E
Other
b
Double, triple and quadruple
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12.2 Alarm codes
Code
Category
Fault
01
Indoor unit
Protection device activation (float switch)
02
Outdoor unit
Protection device activation (disconnection
due to high pressure)
03
04
Abnormality between indoor and outdoor
Transmission
06
06.
Power phase
Voltage
07
PSH activation (pipe blockage, excess refrigerant,
mixture of inert gas).
Incorrect wiring, loose terminals, disconnect cable, blown fuse, outdoor unit switched off.
Abnormality between inverter PCB and out- Inverter PCB - Outdoor PCB transmission fault
door PCB
(loose connector, broken cable, blown fuse).
Abnormality in the power phases
08
Transmission
Incorrect power supply, inverted phase connection, open phase.
Abnormal inverter voltage
Outdoor voltage drop, insufficient power.
Abnormal fan controller voltage
Outdoor voltage drop, insufficient power.
Drop in discharge gas overheating
Excessive refrigerant charge, thermistor fault, incorrect wiring, incorrect pipe connection, expansion valve locked in open position (connector disconnected).
Increase in discharge gas temperature
Insufficient refrigerant charge, pipe blockage,
thermistor fault, incorrect wiring, incorrect pipe
connection, expansion valve locked in closed position (connector disconnected).
Cycle
0A
Float switch activation (high water level in drain
pan or abnormality in drain pipe, float switch or
drain pan).
Abnormality between fan controller and out- Fan controller - Outdoor PCB transmission fault
door PCB
(loose connector, broken cable, blown fuse).
04.
05
Possible cause
Abnormality between outdoor and indoor
Incorrect wiring, broken cable, loose terminals.
Direction of the outdoor unit incorrectly set
Set direction of the outdoor units (secondary units)
duplicated in the same refrigerant cycle system.
0C
Main unit of the outdoor unit incorrectly set
Two (or more) outdoor units defined as the “main
unit” in the same refrigeration cycle system.
11
Air inlet thermistor
0b
Outdoor unit
12
13
Indoor unit
sensor
14
19
Air outlet thermistor
Frost protection thermistor
Gas pipe thermistor
Fan motor
Indoor fan protection device activation
21
High-pressure sensor
22
Outdoor air thermistor
23
24
Outdoor unit
sensor
Fan motor overheating, locking.
Discharge gas thermistor at top of compresIncorrect wiring, disconnected wiring, broken casor
ble, short circuit.
Heat exchanger liquid pipe thermistor
25
Heat exchanger gas pipe thermistor
29
Low-pressure sensor
Incorrect capacity setting on outdoor and in- Combination capacity incorrectly set. Excessive
door units
or insufficient total indoor unit capacity.
31
35
Incorrect wiring, disconnected wiring, broken cable, short circuit.
System
Indoor unit no. incorrectly set
Abnormality in the collection circuit for outdoor unit protection
38
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Indoor unit no. duplicated in same reference
group.
Protection detection device fault (incorrect wiring
of outdoor PCB).
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12 Location of problems
Code
Category
Fault
Possible cause
39
Compressor
Abnormal operating current in constant
speed compressor
Overcurrent, blown fuse, current sensor fault, instant power supply fault, voltage drop, abnormal
power supply.
3A
3b
Abnormal outdoor unit capacity.
Outdoor unit
Outdoor unit capacity > 54 HP.
Voltage or combination of outdoor unit mod- Voltage or combination of secondary and main
els incorrectly set
units incorrectly set.
3d
Abnormal transmission between the main
unit and the secondary unit(s)
Incorrect wiring, disconnected wiring, broken cable, PCB fault.
43
Low-pressure decrease protection device
activation
Defective compression (compressor or inverter
fault, loose power supply connection).
44
Low-pressure increase protection device
activation
Overload during cooling, high temperature with
heating, locked expansion valve (loose connector).
High-pressure increase protection device
activation
Overload (obstruction, short pitch), pipe blockage,
excess refrigerant, mixture of inert gas.
47
Low-pressure decrease protection device
activation (vacuum protection)
Insufficient refrigerant, refrigerant pipes, blockage, expansion valve locked in open position
(loose connector).
48
Inverter overcurrent protection device activation
Overload, compressor fault.
45
51
Protection device
Sensor
53
54
Inverter
Abnormal inverter current sensor
Current sensor fault.
Inverter error signal detection
Controller IC error signal detection (overcurrent,
low-voltage and short-circuit protection).
Abnormal inverter fin temperature
Abnormal inverter fin thermistor, heat exchanger
blockage, fan motor fault.
55
Inverter fault
57
Fan controller protection activation
Controller IC error signal detection (overcurrent,
low-voltage and short-circuit protection), instant
overcurrent.
Abnormal fan controller fin temperature
Fin thermistor fault, heat exchanger blockage, fan
motor fault.
5A
Fan controller
5b
Overcurrent protection activation
5c
Abnormal fan controller sensor
Inverter PCB fault.
Fan motor fault.
Current sensor fault (instant overcurrent, increased fin temperature, low voltage, earthing
fault, step-out).
EE
Compressor
This alarm code is displayed when the following
Compressor protection alarm (cannot be realarms are triggered three times within six hours:
set from the remote controller)
02, 07, 08, 39, 43 to 45, 47.
b1
Outdoor unit
number setting
Unit number or direction number of the out- A number greater than 64 has been set for the redoor unit incorrectly set
frigerant cycle or direction.
b5
Indoor unit
number setting
Connection number of the indoor unit incor- There are more than 17 units not corresponding
rectly set
to H-LINK II connected to one system.
C1
C2
Incorrect indoor unit connection
CH unit
C3
There are 2 or more CH units connected between
the outdoor and indoor units.
Connection number of the indoor unit incor- There are 9 or more indoor units connected to the
rectly set
CH unit
Incorrect indoor unit connection
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Indoor units from different refrigerant cycles have
been connected to the CH unit.
Hitachi Air Conditioning Products Europe, S.A.
Ronda Shimizu, 1 - Polig. Ind. Can Torrella
08233 Vacarisses (Barcelona) Spain
Hitachi certifies that our products have met EU consumer safety, health and
environmental requirements.
Hitachi Air Conditioning Products Europe, S.A. is certified with:
ISO 9001 by AENOR, Spain for its Quality management as per Standard
ISO 14001 by AENOR, Spain for its Environmental Management systems as
per Standard
Hitachi air conditioning products are manufactured according to:
ISO 9001 by JQA, Japan for its Quality Management as per Standard
ISO 14001 by JACO, Japan for its Environmental Management systems as per
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