A90-0130

Modular Multi System
Service Manual
Air Conditioner – Multi Split Type System

HFC R407C

Contents

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Outline of MMS (Modular Multi System) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Parts Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Construction Views – Outdoor Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Construction Views – Indoor Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Combined Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings . . . . . . . . 28 Refrigerant Cycle Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Outline of Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Self Diagnostic Display Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Control Circuit Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Backup Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Forced Function of Oil Level Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Refrigerant Pipe Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Trial Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Exploded Views and Service Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Additional Literature and Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134

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Introduction Precautions 1 Read these Safety Notes carefully before installing this unit. Install the unit in the prescribed manner to withstand strong (hurricane-level) winds and earthquakes. Inadequate circuit capacity or improper installation could result in electric shock or fire. These Safety Notes contain very important safety information. Electrical work must be performed by a qualified electrician as described in the Installation Manual. After completing installation. If the refrigerant leaks indoors and comes into contact with an open flame in a water heater. and about necessary maintenance. stove. asphyxiation could result. Attempts to install this unit by a customer could result in leaks. Select a location for installation that will be able to safely bear the weight of the unit. Wiring must be performed securely. The unit must be grounded. lightning rod. Do not install the unit in a location where combustible gases could conceivably leak. Do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe. Ventilate the area if any refrigerant leaks during installation. the maximum safe limit for refrigerant concentration levels in the air is not exceeded. oven. injury could result. using the prescribed cables. If a refrigerant leak does cause refrigerant concentration levels in the air to exceed the maximum safe limit. trial the operation of the unit to make sure that it is operating normally. make sure that no refrigerant is leaking. If the cables are not connected or secured properly. If the refrigerant comes into contact with an open flame. or other such appliance. Improper installation could result in leaks. Consult the dealer for details on what measures can be taken to keep from exceeding the maximum safe limit. measures must be taken to ensure that. The dealer or a special contractor must install this unit. If the installation location is not strong enough to support the unit and the unit falls. Instruct the customer about how to operate the unit. water pipe. follow the standards established by the local power company. Leaking gases that accumulate in the vicinity of the unit could be ignited by the unit. or fire. even in the event of a refrigerant leak. it will produce a toxic gas. electric shock. or fire. The unit must be connected to its own independent circuit. 4 . Always be sure to observe these cautions. or otherwise cause an accident. Inadequate grounding can result in electric shock. fire or other accidents could result. After installation is complete. The cables must be secured in a manner that prevents any force that pulls on the cables from being relayed to the terminal connectors. Insufficiently secure installation could allow the unit to tip over. it will produce a toxic gas. fall. When wiring the system to the main power source. If this unit is installed in a small room. or telephone ground wire. electric shock.

6 8HP — — — 18 9 24.9 10HP 8HP 8HP — 36 18 48.0 60.6 8HP 8HP 8HP 8HP — 32 16 43. (mm).4 8HP 8HP 40 23 62.e.8 50.8 Min.2 Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total 13. increase the gas pipe size by 1 size.0 31.2 Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total 25.5 38.Introduction Components 1.4 25. Code is determined according to the capacity code of the indoor units connected. MM-U140 = Gas Ø22.3 10HP — 40 20 54 8HP 8HP 8HP 8HP 40 21 56. Branching joints/headers Model name RBM-Y018 Y-shape branching joint RBM-Y037 RBM-Y071 RBM-Y129 4-branching header (*3) 8-branching header (*3) RBM-H4037 RBM-H4071 RBM-H8037 RBM-H8071 Usage Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total below 6.3 10HP — — — 20 10 27 10HP 10HP 10HP 8HP 8HP — — 26 13 35.4 0728 0784 0840 72. indoor units with a maximum of 6. T-shape branching joint (For connection of outdoor unit) Connecting pipe RBM-T129 Balancing pipe Piping at liquid side Piping at gas side Corresponding dia.2 128.0 28.4 112. HP Connected Max.8 10HP 10HP 8HP 8HP 8HP — 34 17 45.2 100.9 95.5 16.5 5 . Outdoor Units (Combination of Outdoor Units) Corresponding HP 8HP 10HP 14HP 16HP 18HP 20HP 22HP 24HP 26HP 28HP 30HP 32HP 34HP 36HP 0440 0504 0560 0608 0672 44.4 Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total 6.2 or more Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total below 13.0 10HP — — — — 16 5 13.6 123. i.2 or more and below 25.2 Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total 13.8 10HP — — 30 15 40.0 22.2 38HP 40HP 42HP 44HP 46HP 1064 1120 1176 1232 1288 Combined Model MM-A~HT 0224 0280 0384 Cooling capacity (kW) Inverter unit 22. 4 branches Max.4 8HP — Fixedspeed unit — — — No.2 1 set of 3 types of T-shape joint pipes as described below: The required quantity is arranged and they are combined at the site.4 or more and below 13.2 Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total below 13.5 2. If the total capacity code value of indoor units exceeds that of outdoor units.0 31.7 67.5 Combined outdoor units 13 4 10.8 78.2 8HP 8HP 8HP — — 24 12 32. apply the capacity code of outdoor units.2 Ø22.0 capacity code in total can be connected to each branch.7 10HP 10HP 8HP 10HP 8HP 8HP 40 22 59. (*3). 8 branches Appearance (*1).1 10HP 10HP 8HP — — 28 14 37.4 56.52 Ø12.4 8HP 6HP — — — 16 7 18.1 8HP 10HP 10HP 8HP — — — 18 8 21. of connectable indoor units 28.4 84.2.6 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 8HP — 38 19 51. When using a branch header.7 to Ø22. Outdoor Unit Inverter unit Corresponding HP 8HP Model name Cooling capacity (kW) Heating capacity (kW) 10HP 6HP 8HP 10HP Fixed-speed unit Appearance 1 MM-A0224HT MM-A0280HT MM-A0160HX MM-A0224HX MM-A0280HX 22. (*2).2 to Ø54. HP Connected 3. Liquid Ø9.1 Qty 1 1 1 (*2) (*2) (*2) Max. NOTE: If the length of the gas pipe exceeds 30m from the 1st branching to an indoor unit.2 or more and below 25.8 106.8 8HP 8HP 6HP — — 22 11 29.0 18.2 Indoor unit capacity code (*1): Total 13.0 28.2 or more and below 25.0 117.0 0896 0952 1008 89.4 25. Ø9.

INV = HP Inverter ODU FIX DB = Dry Bulb WB Mg-Sw = Magnetic Contactor IOL OCR = Over Current Relay IGBT Note 9: MPaG ⇒ kgf/cm2G Conversion multiplier 10MPaG = 10.9 5 19. Waste refrigerant must NEVER be discharged to atmosphere. i. Note 5: Legislation may regulate the removal of waste refrigerant from the systems.e.0 7 28.7 1 15.5 3 12. Note 2: Heating capacity is rated at the following temperature conditions: Indoor air inlet temperature 20°C DB. Installation Instructions supplied with the units.Summary Operating Conditions G G The units referred to within this manual conform with the protection requirements of Directives 89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility and 73/23/EEC Low voltage.L.3 1 ⁄8 5 54. We advise awareness of any regulations and duty of care.2kgf/cm2G Indoor Unit Direct On-Line compressor HP Fixed Speed ODU Wet Bulb Inner Overload Relay Inverter Gate Bi-Polar Transistor 6 .O. Outdoor air inlet temperature 7°C DB.1 21⁄8 ⁄4 ⁄8 ⁄2 ⁄8 = = = = = = ⁄4 ⁄8 Note 8: Within this manual: ODU = Outdoor Unit IDU R/C = Remote Controller D. 6°C WB.4 1 9. Indoor units or Remote Controller installation refer to the relevant literature. 19°C WB. Note 7: Metric/Imperial pipe conversion. Note 6: Electrical work should be in accordance with all relevant codes of practice and should be carried out by suitably qualified personnel. Note 3: For details about the Outdoor unit.0 3 22.6 1 ⁄8 1 34. Diameter (mm) 1 5/8 Nominal diameter (inch) 6. Outdoor air inlet temperature 35°C DB. Note 4: Operatives handling refrigerants must be suitably qualified in accordance with local and national codes of practice and statutory requirements.9 1 ⁄8 3 41. Operating conditions of the unit are as follows: Outdoor temperature Room Temperature Room humidity -5 ~ 43°C -15 ~ 21°C 18 ~ 32°C 15 ~ 29°C <80% Cooling Heating Cooling Heating Cooling 2 Note 1: Cooling capacity is rated at the following temperature conditions: Indoor air inlet temperature 27°C DB.

0kW (10HP) 0224 – 22. of combined units Capacity range : 1 to 5 units : Equivalent to 38. Range of combined units No.0kW (6HP) C – Cooling H – Heating T – Inverter X – Fixed Speed INDOOR MM–TU056 B – C (CR) – K (KR) – N – S (SR) – SB – TU – U – Built-In Duct Type Ceiling Type (IR Remote) High Wall Type (IR Remote) Carcase Type Low Wall Type (IR Remote) Built-In Slim Duct Type 2 Way Cassette Type 4 Way Cassette Type Modular Multi 028 042 056 080 112 140 – – – – – – 2. Restriction for combination units (1) The Inverter Unit should have the maximum capacity among all units in that combination. (2) The 16. Mode priority This Outdoor Unit is set to operate with the Heating mode taking precidence.8kW (1HP) 4.2kW (1.) 4.4kW type (14HP) to 128.4kW (8HP) 0160 – 16.0kW (3HP) 11.0kW (6HP) fixed-speed unit is available only with the combination of 38.0kW (5HP) 2.4kW (14HP) and 60.8kW (46HP) 3.8kW (22HP). This precidence can be switched between Heat and Cool mode using the DIP switch 07 on the Outdoor Unit Interface PCB (MCC-1343-01) as follows: ON OFF Heat Priority (factory set) ON OFF Cool Priority 7 .5HP) 5. (It cannot be used for any other combination.Summary Operating Conditions 1.2kW (4HP) 14. Model name OUTDOOR MM–A0280HT Modular Multi A – Outdoor 2 0280 – 28.6kW (2HP) 8.

Piping System A Outdoor unit Indoor Unit Wiring System B Outdoor unit Indoor unit G High lift design Real pipe length of 100m (equivalent length 125m) and vertical lift of 50m is made possible with Toshiba’s Multi Modular System. thereby saving on installation time and cost. Vertical lift between indoor units of 30m is the highest in the market. Indoor Unit [Example of wiring diagnosis] Header Branching Outdoor Unit Branching Header 8F Use the switches on the microcomputer PCB of the outdoor unit. Indoor unit • Wiring diagnosis system G Advanced bus communication system Wiring between indoor and outdoor unit is a simple 2-wire system. according to the load variation from 50% to 100%. Communication address is also automatically configured. The intelligent controls and modulating valves limit or increase the cooling/heating capacity dynamically so humidity and temperature are kept in the comfort zone. This allows for greater flexibility in the location of the system. A maximum of 40 indoor units can be combined with the 46 HP outdoor module. Its size also allows it to be easily installed in limited spaces. • Detects wiring to the indoor unit b4 which should not be in system A. G Self diagnostic system Comprehensive troubleshooting code enables quick identification of problems arising. • b4 is missing in system B. Branching joint Indoor Unit Height difference between indoor unit and outdoor unit: 50m Height difference between indoor unit and outdoor unit: 30m Outdoor unit Line Branching after Header Branching Outdoor Unit 1st branching section MMS Only Indoor Unit Header Branching joint G Intelligent control Toshiba’s MMS intelligent controls and modulating valves deliver the required capacity.Outline of MMS (Modular Multi System) Outline of MMS (Modular Multi System) G G Compact design The design of the Toshiba MMS outdoor unit allows for easy unit maneuvering into any standard lift. Branching • Non-polarized control wiring between outdoor and indoor units Outdoor unit 3 Combination of line and header branching is highly flexible. Line/header branching after header branching is only available with Toshiba’s Multi Modular System.8kW (46 HP). 3 Line Branching Outdoor Unit Branching joint G Largest system capacity Toshiba’s Multi Modular System can be combined up to 128. This allows for the shortest design route possible. 2F From 1st branching to the farthest indoor unit: 50m Outdoor Unit MMS Only Header Header 1F Indoor Unit 8 9 . Line + Header Branching Header Outdoor Unit 7F Allowable pipe length : 100m real length (Equivalent to 125m) G Multiple indoor units Indoor units with different capacities and configurations can be combined up to 135% of the outdoor unit capacity. A default test mode operation is available.

2 5.2 14.4 9.6 8.6 12.5 2 3 4 5 4.8 4.6 12.8 15.2 5.8 3.4 9.2 5.6 Low Wall Type ‘S’ MM-S/SR056 MM-S/SR080 2 3 5.8 Ceiling Type ‘C’ MM-C/CR042 MM-C/CR056 MM-C/CR080 MM-C/CR112 MM-C/CR140 1.8 6.8 6.0 4.8 6.2 4.6 8.6 Carcase Type ‘N’ MM-N028 MM-N042 MM-N056 MM-N080 1 1. Type ‘B’ MM-B056 MM-B080 MM-B112 MM-B140 2 3 4 5 5.4 9.2 4.2 14.6 8.0 11.2 Built-In Duct.2 5.8 4.6 8.8 4 Way Cassette Type ‘U’ MM-U056 MM-U080 MM-U112 MM-U140 4 2 Way Cassette Type ‘TU’ MM-TU028 MM-TU042 MM-TU056 1 1.8 6.5 2 3 4.6 8.6 10 .0 3.Parts Specifications Indoor Units Type Appearance Model name Capacity code Cooling Capacity Heating Capacity (kW) (kW) 2 3 4 5 5.6 12.4 9.8 15.6 3.0 6.0 6.0 11.4 Built-In Slim Duct Type ‘SB’ MM-SB028 1 2.0 11.8 15.5 2 3 2.4 9.4 9.6 8.2 14.0 6.8 High Wall Type ‘K’ MM-K/KR042 MM-K/KR056 MM-K/KR080 1.5 2 2.0 4.

29W At 50ºC=18.25/2. MM-A0280HX. MM-A0224HX.Parts Specifications Outdoor Units COMPRESSOR Model Name Motor Type Power Supply Output (kΩ) Pole (P) Coil Resistance (W) Comp.1KΩ. At 50ºC=3.5 7.5 7. 50Hz 7. At 100ºC=3.33MPa 150NH4-L 0~0.2. At 25ºC=10. At 0ºC=34. DC12V A12A-15.89 6 INV=ACB-JB128 FIX=ACB-JA64 Operation: 3.55 150NH4-H 0~3. MM-A0160HX PARTS NAME Model Name Motor Type Power Supply Output (W) Current (A) Pole (P) Model Name Operating Pressure (kgf/cm2G) Model Name Operating Conditions Model Name Operating Conditions SPECIFICATION STF-200-350A 1-Phase induction motor AC 220-240V.18/2.5 2/2 (INV/Fixed) 2/2 (Fixed/Fixed) 1.35KΩW. DC12V VPV-603D.25 (INV/Fixed) 2.0KΩ.4KΩ L12A-03.98MPa AC240V.6KΩ. Reset 2. 1 Phase.81~5. MM-A0224HT. Coil 240V NEV-202D.250 2000 4 4-WAY VALVE Model Name Coil Specification MM-A0280HT MM-A0224HT CHV-0712 AC240V CHV-0712 AC240V MODEL MM-A0280HX MM-A0224HX MM-A0160HX CHV-0712 AC240V CHV-0712 AC240V CHV-0401 AC240V MM-A0280HT. Oil Name Amount of Oil (ml) Inner Over-load Relay MM-A0280HT MM-A0224HT MG1450CW-21B MODEL MM-A0280HX MM-A0224HX MM-A0160HX YG890C-B1 YG1800CW-B1 YG1700CW-B1 3 – Phase induction motor 380 – 415V. 3 – Phase.5 7. Coil 240V Fan Motor High Pressure Switch High Pressure Sensor Low Pressure Sensor Compressor Case Heater Accumulator Case Heater Discharge Temperature Sensor Suction Temperature Sensor Pulse Modulating Valve Pulse Modulating Valve (For Cooling Bypass) 2-way Valve 2-way Valve 11 . 50Hz 400 4.25 (Fixed/Fixed) NISSEKI RB68AF VG 74 7500 7500 7500 7500 Opens: 115±5 °C Closes: 93±10°C 4. 74W AC240V.1 2 2.

6 10 3. 200V.6 10 AC 220-240V AC 220-240V Transformer Pulse Motor Pressure Sensor Sensor for room temperature Sensor for heat exchanger Sensor for heat exchanger Control PCB Power PCB 50 3. 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EAG40M505UF AC 400V 5µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B40YPTR-7B-A Capacity: 40 Built-In Duct: MM-B056 No.Parts Specifications Indoor Units Built-In Duct: MM-B140 No. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 MM-B140. MM-B112. 4 pole. MM-B080. 200V.8 Maximum input °C 0 25 26mA (at 25°C) kΩ 34. 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EEP2G405HQA114 AC 400V 4µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B40YPTR-7B-A Capacity: 40 Built-In Duct: No.45 Maximum input °C -12 0 25 50 34mA (at 25°C) kΩ 62.5A/AC 11. 1 2 3 PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS Fan Motor STF-200-100-4B Output (rated) 100W. 230V.3 32.6 Maximum input °C 0 25 50 26mA (at 25°C) kΩ 34.0µF Capacity: 25 DC 16. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 PARTS NAME Fan Motor Running Capacitor . 230V. MM-B056 PARTS NAME TYPE TT-03-1 EDM-MD12TF-3 150/100NH6-D TA Tc1 Tc2 CM00C02 P00RC01 SPECFICATIONS DC 16.4 AC 220-240V AC 220-240V 12 . 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EAG40M106UF AC 400V 10µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B60YPTF-7B-A Capacity: 60 Built-In Duct: MM-B112 No. PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS 4 1 2 3 Fan Motor STF-200-120-4B Output (rated) 120W. 200V.15A DC12V Power Voltage DC 12V Maximum input °C 25 38mA (at 25°C) kΩ 10 Maximum input °C -12 0 34mA (at 25°C) kΩ 62. 1 2 3 PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS Fan Motor STF-230-60-4A Output (rated) 60W. 4 pole. 1 2 3 PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS Fan Motor STF-200-140-4F Output (rated) 140W.3V 0.3 32.6 50 3.3V 0.5A/AC 11. 4 pole.4 Built-In Slim Duct: MM-SB028 No.15A DC12V Power Voltage DC 12V Maximum input °C 25 50 38mA (at 25°C) kΩ 10 3. 4 pole.fan motor Pulse Motor Valve Transformer Pulse Motor Pressure Sensor Sensor for room temperature Sensor for heat exchanger Sensor for heat exchanger Control PCB Power PCB TYPE SMF-230-34-4J EEP2H105HQA105 EDM-B25YPTF-7B-A TT-03-1 EDM-MD12TF-3 150/100NH6-D TA Tc1 Tc2 CM00C02 P00RC01 SPECFICATIONS Output (rated) 34W. 4 pole. 1 Phase 50Hz AC 500V 1.8 10 3.6V 0. 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EAG40M505UF AC 400V 5µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B40YPTR-7B-A Capacity: 40 Built-In Duct: MM-B080 No.6V 0.45 25 50 10 3.

0µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B60YPTF-7B-A Capacity: 60 4-Way Cassette: MM-U112 No. MM-U056 No.5A/AC 11. 3.6 10 AC 220-240V AC 220-240V 50 3. MM-U080. 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EVM45M305UF AC 450V.3V 0.3 32.0µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B40YPTR-7B-A Capacity: 40 4-Way Cassette: MM-U140. 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EEP2W205HQA107 AC 450V 2. 230V. 230V. 230V. 230V.6 50 3.8 Maximum input °C 0 25 26mA (at 25°C) kΩ 34. 1 2 3 PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS Fan Motor MMF-230-36A Output (rated) 36W.5µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B40YPTR-7B-A Capacity: 40 4 4-Way Cassette: MM-U080 No.45 25 50 10 3. 6 pole. 1 2 3 PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS Fan Motor MMF-230-36A Output (rated) 36W. 6 pole.Parts Specifications Indoor Units 4-Way Cassette: MM-U140 No.6V 0. MM-U112. 1 2 3 PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS Fan Motor MMF-230-28A Output (rated) 28W. 6 pole. 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EEP2H105HQA105 AC 500V 1.4 13 . 1 Phase 50Hz Running Capacitor – fan motor EEP2W255HQA113 AC 450V 2.15A DC12V Power Voltage DC 12V Maximum input °C 25 38mA (at 25°C) kΩ 10 Maximum input °C -12 0 34mA (at 25°C) kΩ 62. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 PARTS NAME Transformer Pulse Motor Pressure Sensor Sensor for room temperature Sensor for heat exchanger Sensor for heat exchanger Control PCB Power PCB TYPE TT-03-1 EDM-MD12TF-3 150/100NH6-D TA Tc1 Tc2 CM00C02 P00RC01 SPECFICATIONS DC 16. 1 2 3 PARTS NAME TYPE SPECFICATIONS Fan Motor MMF-230-28A Output (rated) 28W.0µF Pulse Motor Valve EDM-B40YPTR-7B-A Capacity: 40 4-Way Cassette: MM-U056 No. 6 pole.

Construction Views Outdoor Units MM-A0280HT.52 9.52 145 130 20 65 35 Details of piping connections 14 170 Fixing bolt pitch 790 610 630 755 755 .7 22.7 22. MM-A0224HX.52 Balance pipe connecting port 22.2 9.52 9. MM-A0224HX MM-A0160HX ØA mm ØB mm ØC mm 9.2 12. MM-A0160HX Grounding part of bottom plate (including fixed leg) 100 80 4-15 x 20 (Slot) Base Fixing bolt pitch 100 5 Fixing bolt pitch 700 990 80 700 Base Fixing bolt pitch Base bolt position 750 1700 1560 90 Refrigerant pipe connecting port (Gas side) braze connection (ØA) 245 190 235 88 700 2-60 x 150 Slot (for transport) 500 Refrigerant pipe connecting port (Liquid side) flare connection (ØB) Balance pipe connecting port flare connection (ØC) (Slot pitch) Note: All dimensions in (mm) (knock out) Refrigerant pipe connecting port (Liquid side) 173 60 115 Refrigerant pipe connecting port (Gas side) (knock out) 140 125 64 Model MM-A0280HT. MM-A0224HT. MM-A0280HX MM-A0224HT.2 12. MM-A0280HX.

5 9.050 1. MM-B112.4 9. MM-B140 Nx Ø200 Air Outlet Unit Dimension A Hanging Bolt Pitch B J=MxK (H) Hanging Bolt 4-M10 Provided at site Refrigerant Pipe Connection (Gas ØF) Unit Dimension:800 Hanging Bolt Pitch:565 6 x Ø4 holes (Ø160) Fresh air inlet Ø125 cut-out (other side) Refrigerant pipe connection (Liquid ØG) Drain pipe connection (inner diameter 32) (diameter 32 minimal for PVC pipes) Filter kit 6 Ensure that there is sufficient space around the indoor unit for installation and servicing Indoor unit 300-400 200 Inspection hole 450 450 Provide an inspection hole in this position Model MM-B056 MM-B080 A B E ØF ØG 6.430 19.7 1.0 15 .9 MM-B112.000 1. B140 1.350 1.080 15.5 H 252 252 252 J 280 580 930 K 280 290 310 M 1 2 3 N 2 3 4 (Unit: mm) 700 750 780 12. MM-B080.Construction Views Indoor Units Built-In Duct MM-B056.400 1.

5 150 342.4) 158 200 125 Built-In Slim Duct MM-SB028 Air flow 150 200 12 35 150 220 45 81 333 Filter Air outlet Refrigerant pipe connection (Gas Ø12.6 480 Electrical box (PCB.5 Washable filter .7) 265 276 331 364 391 480 Shelter board Optional Air Flow (Lower air inlet) 397 480 500 Hanging bolt pitch Indoor Units Shelter board 700 Air flow Unit dimension 800 Filter Hanging bolt pitch 750 Construction Views Air inlet 700 75 75 37. Transformer and MF Capacitor) 700 125 450 35 57 Refrigerant pipe connection (Liquid Ø6.5 150 150 150 220 Unit dimension Drain pipe connection (1" BSP threaded connection) 16 342.

5 Ø100 Side outlet duct size 4-Ø6 Ø14 4 Ø130 6-Ø6 Ø150 0 Ø18 80 10 80 10 45° Ø144 Ø30 Ø180 Ø97 45° 30 130 30 2 6 45° 45° 17 Ø200 130 . MM-U080 185 106 160 259 106 80 170 100 Refrigerant pipe connection (Gas ØA) Refrigerant pipe connection (Liquid ØB) 298 138 138 39 20 Knockout for side ducts Ø150 (both sides) 30 40 405 400 536 Ceiling Wiring connection Drain pipe connection (Gland plate 3xØ20 holes) (1" BSP threaded connection) 73 140 200 30 195 240 800 Hanging bolt pitch 820 External cassette dimension 880 Ceiling opening 940 Panel dimension 6 940 Fresh air inlet 130 30 536 620 Hanging bolt pitch 820 External cassette dimension 880 Ceiling opening 940 Panel dimension 268 195 Condensate pipe 1" BSP threaded connection 940 Model (MM-) ØA ØB Fresh air inlet duct size 32 U056 12.Construction Views Indoor Units 4-Way Cassette MM-U056.7 12.7 U080 15.9 9.

Construction Views Indoor Units 4-Way Cassette MM-U112.5) 348 309 210 240 138 138 39 20 610 605 Ceiling panel Ceiling Drain pipe connection (1" BSP threaded connection) 40 30 Wiring connection (Gland plate 3xØ20 holes) 6 Fresh air inlet 30 130 940 800 Hanging bolt pitch 820 External cassette dimension 880 Ceiling opening 940 Panel dimension 620 Hanging bolt pitch 820 External cassette dimension 880 Ceiling opening 940 Panel dimension Condensate pipe 1" BSP threaded connection 940 1350 Fresh air inlet duct size 32 Ø100 4-Ø6 130 Side outlet duct size 80 10 6-Ø6 Ø180 Ø150 0 Ø18 80 10 45° Ø30 Ø144 Ø97 Ø14 4 Ø130 45° 30 6 130 30 2 45° 45° 18 Ø200 73 140 30 30 202 200 .0) Refrigerant pipe connection (Liquid side Ø9. MM-U140 Knockout for side ducts Ø150 (both sides) 106 185 941 106 80 170 100 Refrigerant pipe connection (Gas side Ø19.

3C Two-way valve PMV 3 BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK TD1 BLU 3 3 TK3 BLK 20SF BLK BLK RED BLU ORG YEL WHI RED BLU ORG YEL WHI GRY RED BLU ORG YEL WHI BLK Four-way valve BLK Tr Electrolytic Capacitor CN10 T03 D406 RED BLK 6 6 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 6 6 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 Transformer CN06 AH Accumulator heater TD1.1343 . 3 Fuse (20 AMP) 7 . 2 TE TK1. 2 3A. 2 Electromagnetic contactor S V BLK RED Filter Board MCC . The dashed line indicates wiring on the site.01 CN01 CN17 IPDU Board MCC .Symbol Posistor RED RED Part Name CM RED WHI BLK GRY BLU CN14 GRY 1. 2. 3 Electronic flow control valve (WHI) 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 (BLU) 1 WHI RED GRY RC Running capacitor BLK 63H 1. 2 Inner overload relay CN03 CN19 GRY RED CN16 RED GRY 3 3 3 3 51C FL3 (BLK) Overload relay CN04 CN20 52C2 CN22 CN23 PMV CN04 (BLK) 1. 3 TS Temperature sensor (WHI) (WHI) (WHI) (RED) (BLU) (WHI) (GRN) (BLU) (WHI) (WHI) (RED) Ferrite Core CN300 CN301 CN501 BLK 1 1 CN302 CN602 CN601 BLK CN11 CN08 CN09 PO5 PO4 CN600 WHI CN505 CN504 CN503 CN502 BLU (WHI) CN507 (RED) 4 4 3 3 BLK Pressure Sensor PD CN07 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 WHI Inverter Unit (10HP 8HP) . 3.1342 .03 Parts Layout (BLU) RED 1 1 1 1 (WHI) CN515 (WHI) CN308 (BLK) CN307 (BLU) (WHI) 3 3 CN304 BLK 1 1 CN401 CN400 CN402 CN403 5 5 5 5 1 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 1 1 BLK TK2 RED WHI BLU BLU FL1 Posistor 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 1 1 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 1 1 RC MCC-1342-01 Tr FL2 FL3 52C2 52C1 51C2 GRY GRY YEL RC (RED) 1 2 3 4 P Q X Y L1 L2 L3 MCC-1366-01 L1 L2 L3 N Power Supply N 1 2 1 2 (RED) Isolator N T1 T2 T3 E Electolytic Capacitor P Q X Y Power Supply 50Hz 3N~380/415V 1. 2 Compressor D RE FM FL1 FL2 R WHI Fan motor RED U 52C CN01 CN02 CN03 CN15 T02 1 1 1. 2. and indicates terminal blocks and the numbers within them are terminal numbers.L. 2 High pressure switch TE TS1 TD2 ORG 1 1 1 1 SV PMV 1 PMV 2 CN501 (BLU) RED BLK 42.O. 2. 3B. MM-A0224HT CN311 1 1 3 3 1 1 BLU 1 1 (BLK) BLK BLK 3 3 SV3A BLU 7 7 CN312 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 ON ON CM1 1 2 SW04 ON 49C1 BLU 1 1 SW06 SW07 SW01 SW08 (Inverter) SV3B BLU 3 3 (BLU) SW05 SW03 SW02 CN313 BLU 1 1 SV3C BLU 3 3 1 2 ON (BLK) Outdoor Units Wiring Diagrams BLK PUR BRN GRY BRN ORG BLK GRY RED WHI GRY GRY GRY GRY BLK 52C1 RED GRY BLK RED WHI BLK WHI P Q P Q X Y GRY PNK WHI 51C 4 4 2 1 (WHI) 2 1 RED FM U V W 63H2 BLK RED WHI BLK ORG N L1 L2 L3 E CM2 (D. MM-A0280HT. 2.) 49C2 ORG 19 CN314 ORG 1 1 D716 D717 D714 D715 SW09 AH ORG 3 3 (RED) CN316 BLU 3 3 20SF BLU 1 1 (BLU) CN317 BLK 3 3 3 3 Interface Control PC Board MCC .01 for compressor WHI CN02 CN18 BLK 49C 1. indicates a printed circuit board.1366 . MCC-1343-03 ORG BLU 5 5 (BLK) ORG BLU RED WHI SV2 BLK CN516 TK1 Reactor PINK RED BLU WHI BLK Reactor BLK 7 7 D802 BLU CN100 WHI WHI SV42 BLU 3 3 (WHI) BLU 63H1 (WHI) BLU 5 5 (BLU) D801 CN604 BL U WHI WHI (WHI) WHI Pressure Sensor PS WHI (WHI) BLU 4 4 3 3 2 2 BLK BLK 1 2 1 2 (BLU) RED (BLK) 1 2 1 2 CN500 YEL ORG FL 1.

2 Inner overload relay 51C P Q 3 3 5 5 7 7 1.1343 . 3C Two-way valve (BLK) 1 2 P SV2 BLU CN516 TK1 20SF 7 7 Four-way valve SW04 ON SV3A BLU CN312 SW06 SW05 SW03 SW02 SW01 SW07 SW08 CH BLU 1 1 Crank case heater Tr Transformer Fixed Speed Unit (10-HP 8HP) .01 CN01 CN02 (WHI) (BLU) 1 (BLU) CN515 (RED) (BLU) (WHI) 3 3 3 BLK (WHI) CN308 (BLK) CN307 CN305 5 5 3 3 1 1 CN401 CN400 1 1 BL K CN402 CN403 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 BLK TK2 RED WHI GRY GRY BLU BLU Tr GRY WHI RED L1 L2 L3 GRY Tr N .O. 3 Electronic flow control valve SV42 BLU CN311 BLU 1 1 3 3 63H 1.03 1 2 ON AH CN313 BLU 1 1 3 3 Accumulator heater TD1. indicates a printed circuit board.8 HP (Fixed) AH ORG CN316 BLU (RED) CH ORG 3 3 (WHI) MCC-1343-03 (WHI) 3 1 3 3 1 (BLU) 1 CN03 RED CN304 CN306 5 5 3 3 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 1 1 5 5 3 3 3 3 11 11 BLK Outdoor Units BLK RED WHI Wiring Diagrams BRN BLK BRN BLK PUR BRN ORG GRY GRY GRY BLK 52C1 RC RED WHI BLK RED WHI GRY ORG (RED) 1 2 3 4 4 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 PUR GRY RED BRN ORG R S T 52C2 U V W 51C2 WHI BLK (BLK) 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 R S T 52C1 U V W 51C1 P Q RED RED 4 4 2 1 2 1 52C2 (WHI) 63H1 YEL GRY 51C2 BLK (RED) FM 63H2 1 2 1 2 51C1 RED WHI U V W 49C1 ORG 1.L. The dashed line indicates wiring on the site. 2 3A.7 TE TS BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK 3 2 1 3 3 1 1 PMV 1 PMV 2 BLK BLK GRY RED BLU ORG YEL WHI PMV 3 BLK BLK TD2 TD1 TK3 RED BLU ORG YEL WHI RED CM 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 3 3 1 1 1. MM-A0280HX.O. 42. 3B.) N L1 L2 L3 E T1 T2 T3 E Isolator CM2 (D. MM-A0224HX SV3B BLU 3 3 (BLU) Interface Control PC Board MCC . 2.1357 .) 49C2 N Power Supply 50Hz 3N~380/415V BLK YEL 20 Surge Absorber 20SF BLU 1 1 3 3 RC (BLU) CN317 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 MCC-1357-01 MCC . and indicates terminal blocks and the numbers within them are terminal numbers. 2 Electromagnetic contactor for compressor BLU 1 1 1 2 49C (BLU) 1. 3. 2 D801 Overload relay CN604 (WHI) 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 SV41 BLU BLU (BLU) D802 BLU BLU BLK BLK (WHI) WHI CN500 4 4 3 3 2 2 Pressure Sensor PS PMV 1.L. 3 TS Temperature sensor SV3C BLU CN314 D716 SW09 D717 D714 D715 (BLK) Ferrite Core ORG 1 1 Parts Layout CN315 ORG 1 1 3 3 10. 2 RED BLK 1 1 Compressor (WHI) CN300 (BLU) (BLU) (GRN) (RED) (RED) (WHI) (WHI) BLU ORG YEL WHI Symbol 6 6 2 1 2 1 4 4 3 3 2 1 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 6 6 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 Part Name (WHI) CN301 CN601 WHI RED BLK FM (RED) CN302 CN505 CN504 CN503 CN502 CN501 CN507 Fan motor Pressure Sensor PD 52C GRY GRY 1. 2 TE TK1. 2. 2. L2 N L3 L1 CM1 RED WHI BLK (BLK) 1 2 1 2 (D. 2 (BLK) Q P Q High pressure switch CN100 RC Running capacitor SV BLU 5 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 ON ON 41.

L. 2. 3. 2 3A. indicates a printed circuit board. 3B.1343 .) 1. and indicates terminal blocks and the numbers within them are terminal numbers. 3C Two-way valve SW04 ON SV3A CN312 SW06 SW05 SW03 SW02 SW01 SW07 SW08 20SF BLU 1 1 Four-way valve CH Crank case heater SV3B BLU 3 3 (BLU) Tr CN313 BLU 1 1 3 3 1 2 ON Transformer Interface Control PC Board MCC .O.PMV 1 PMV 3 BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK 3 2 1 3 3 1 1 TE TS BLK TD1 TK3 RED Symbol 6 6 6 3 1 4 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 Part Name RED BLK 1 1 CM (WHI) CN300 (BLU) (BLU) (GRN) (RED) (WHI) (WHI) 1 Compressor (RED) CN302 CN601 WHI RED BLK 4 4 3 3 BLU ORG YEL WHI GRY RED BLU ORG YEL WHI FM GRY GRY Fan motor CN505 CN504 CN502 CN501 CN507 52C BLU 1 1 1 2 1 (BLU) 4 4 3 3 2 2 Electromagnetic contactor (WHI) 3 3 5 5 7 7 Pressure Sensor PD for compressor 49C P Q 1 Inner overload relay BLU D801 SV41 CN604 (WHI) 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 CN500 WHI BLU BLU BLK BLK Pressure Sensor PS 51C D802 1 Overload relay CN311 BLU 1 1 3 3 (BLU) CN100 (BLK) Fixed Speed Unit (6HP) MM-A0160HX PMV Q P Q 1. 3 Electronic flow control valve 63H 1 High pressure switch RC BLU 5 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 ON ON Running capacitor (BLK) 1 2 P SV2 BLU CN516 TK1 SV BLU 7 7 41. 2.01 RC (WHI) (BLU) 1 MCC-1357-01 CN01 CN02 (BLU) CN515 (RED) (BLU) (WHI) 3 3 3 BLK CN306 5 5 3 3 1 1 1 1 CN305 5 5 3 3 1 1 CN401 CN400 1 1 BL K CN402 CN403 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 BLK TK2 RED WHI GRY GRY BLU BLU Tr GRY WHI RED L1 L2 L3 GRY Tr 7 .1357 . 3 TS Temperature sensor CN314 D716 D717 D714 D715 SV3C BLU ORG 1 1 (BLK) SW09 Ferrite Core CH ORG 3 3 (WHI) CN315 ORG 1 1 3 3 Parts Layout AH ORG CN316 BLU (RED) Outdoor Units (WHI) 3 1 3 3 1 (BLU) 1 CN03 RED CN304 5 5 3 3 1 1 BLK Wiring Diagrams BLK RED WHI BRN BLK GRY BLK 52C1 RC RED WHI (RED) N 1 2 3 4 4 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 PUR GRY RED WHI BLK BLK 4 4 2 1 2 1 (WHI) 63H1 GRY (RED) FM 1 2 1 2 51C1 R S T 52C1 U V W 51C1 P Q RED BRN ORG RED WHI 49C1 L2 N L3 L1 CM1 (D. T1 L1 L2 L3 E T2 T3 E N Isolator N Power Supply 50Hz 3N~380/415V BLK YEL 21 Surge Absorber 20SF BLU 1 1 3 3 6 HP (Fixed) MCC-1343-03 (BLU) CN317 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 MCC .03 AH Accumulator heater TD1 TE TK1. The dashed line indicates wiring on the site.

and indicates terminal blocks and the numbers within them are terminal numbers. MM-B056 RY01 Indoor Units BLU ORN Wiring Diagrams P Q Q GRY P GRY 1.7 WHI Increase Fan Speed Option GRN/YEL RC GRY FM BLK ORN BLU YEL RED RC 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 WHI GRY FM FC GRN/YEL BRN 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 BLK ORN BLU YEL RED BRN BRN BLK ORN YEL RED RED YEL BLU ORN BLK 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 L CN03 RED 9 9 1 1 CN07 CN51 CN10 CN25 CN26 CN01 YEL BLK RED WHI BLK WHI BLK ORN BLU YEL RED 7 7 5 5 3 3 1 1 3 3 5 5 1 1 3 3 5 5 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 CN12 Power Supply 220/240 ~50Hz 1 1 3 3 BLU RY02 CN27 CN28 RED UL F 5 5 L 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 M H Connector Assembly (Accessory) RY03 RY04 N WHI WHI BLU 1 1 BLU 2 2 3 3 CN04 2 2 1 1 WHI CN05 TA TC2 2 2 1 1 BLU CN20 Built-In Duct MM-B140. MM-B080. MM-B112. 2. WHI YEL ORN BLU BRN RED Communication WHI YEL ORN BLU BRN RED 22 1 2 1 2 RED WHI CN50 Symbol Name F 1 23 1 23 CN16 Fuse (PCB) MCC-1355-01 BLK 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 WHI BLU BLU BLU BLU BLU TC1 2 2 1 1 YEL FM Fan Motor PMV TR Pulse Modulating Valve PS Pressure Sensor RC Running Capacitor CN23 6 6 4 4 RED GRN RY01~RY04 Relay TA Temperature Sensor A B 3 3 1 2 1 2 A B C CN02 CN101 PS WHI 2 2 BLK 1 1 TC1 Temperature Sensor TC2 Tempterature Sensor Remote Controller (Optional) ORN 1 1 YEL 2 2 BLU C MCC-1361-01 TR Transformer FC Ferrite Core 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 CN25 3 1 CN08 3 1 CN09 1 2 1 2 CN11 BLK 6 4 3 1 2 5 6 4 3 1 2 5 PMV . The dashed line indicates wiring on the site.

and indicates terminal blocks and the numbers within them are terminal numbers.FM GRN/YEL BLK ORN BLU RED WHI YEL Built-In Slim Duct MM-SB028 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 CN07 RC RED WHI FC YEL RED BLU ORN BLK L CN03 RED 9 9 1 1 CN07 CN26 CN01 CN51 CN10 CN25 CN12 7 7 5 5 3 3 1 1 3 3 5 5 1 1 3 3 5 5 YEL BLK GRN/YEL WHI RED WHI BLK 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 Power Supply 220/240 ~50Hz 1 1 3 3 BLU RY02 CN27 CN28 WHI UL F 5 5 L 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 M H N RY03 RY04 WHI WHI BLU 1 1 BLU 2 2 3 3 CN04 2 2 1 1 WHI CN05 TA TC2 2 2 1 1 BLU CN20 RY01 BLU ORN Indoor Units Wiring Diagrams FC Ferrite Core P Q Q GRY P GRY 1. WHI YEL ORN BLU BRN RED Communication WHI YEL ORN BLU BRN RED 23 1 2 1 2 RED WHI CN50 Symbol 1 1 3 3 CN16 Name MCC-1355-01 BLK 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 WHI BLU BLU BLU BLU BLU TC1 2 2 1 1 YEL F Fuse (PCB) FM TR Fan Motor PMV Pulse Modulating Valve PS Pressure Sensor CN23 6 6 4 4 RED GRN RC Running Capacitor RY01~RY04 Relay A B 3 3 1 2 1 2 A B C CN02 CN101 PS WHI 2 2 BLK 1 1 TA Temperature Sensor TC1 Temperature Sensor Remote Controller (Optional) ORN 1 1 YEL 2 2 BLU C MCC-1361-01 TC2 Tempterature Sensor TR Transformer 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 CN25 3 1 CN08 3 1 CN09 1 2 1 2 CN11 BLK 6 4 3 1 2 5 6 4 3 1 2 5 PMV 7 . The dashed line indicates wiring on the site. 2.

7 GRN/YEL FM GRY WHI RED YEL BLU ORN BLK RC GRY WHI 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 3 2 1 3 2 1 FC YEL RED BLU ORN BLK L CN03 RED 9 9 1 1 CN07 CN51 CN10 CN25 CN26 CN01 YEL BLK GRN/YEL WHI RED WHI BLK 7 7 5 5 3 3 1 1 3 3 5 5 1 1 3 3 5 5 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 CN12 Power Supply 220/240 ~50Hz 1 1 3 3 BLU RY02 CN27 CN28 RED UL F 5 5 L 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 M H N RY03 RY04 WHI WHI BLU 1 1 BLU 2 2 3 3 CN04 2 2 1 1 WHI CN05 TA TC2 2 2 1 1 BLU CN20 Symbol Name RY01 4-Way Cassette MM-U140. MM-U112. 2. MM-U056 D MCC-1355-01 CN50 CN16 Drain Pump Indoor Units GM TR Geared Motor BLU ORN Wiring Diagrams TR Transformer FC Ferrite Core C P Q Q GRY Infra-red Receiver (IR Model) P GRY WHI YEL ORN BLU BRN RED WHI YEL ORN BLU BRN RED 24 1 2 1 2 BLK RY06 F 1 1 WHI Fuse (PCB) 3 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 WHI BLU BLU BLU BLU BLU TC1 2 2 1 1 YEL RY07 CN23 FM RED Fan Motor FS Float Switch PMV Pulse Modulating Valve 6 6 4 4 RED GRN WHI 2 2 BLK 1 1 PS Pressure Sensor RC Running Capacitor A B 3 3 1 2 1 2 A B C CN02 CN101 PS MCC-1361-01 CN25 CN08 CN09 CN11 RY01~RY07 Relay TA Temperature Sensor Remote Controller (Optional) ORN 1 1 YEL 2 2 BLU C A B TC1 Temperature Sensor TC2 Tempterature Sensor 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 6 4 3 1 2 5 6 4 3 1 2 5 Communication GRY PUR 3 1 3 1 BLU BLU BLK RED RED RED 1 2 1 2 1 2 RED 1 2 BLK BLK BLK BLK PMV DP GM FS 1. The dashed line indicates wiring on the site. MM-U080. . and indicates terminal blocks and the numbers within them are terminal numbers.

Model: MM-A0280HT. MM-A0224HT Propeller fan M Fan Motor PMV (A) Sensor (TE1) Condenser Condenser Sensor (TS) Solenoid valve (SV2) 4-Way valve Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB) Highpressure sensor Sensor (TK1) Liquid tank Solenoid valve (SV3C) Strainer Check joint (Pd) Oil Strainer separator Capillary Solenoid valve (SV42) HP Highpressure SW Sensor (TD2) 8 Capillary Check valve HighHP pressure SW Compressor Fixed-speed Accumulator Strainer Capillary Strainer Sensor (TK2) Sensor (TD1) Check joint (Ps) Inverter Dryer (x2) Oil tank Check valve Sensor (TK3) Capillary Lowpressure sensor Solenoid valve (SV3B) Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve Compressor case oil removal valve Check valve Capillary Check valve Strainer Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed Service valve valve (liquid (gas side) side) 25 .Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings Inverter Unit (10HP 8HP) .

Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings Fixed Speed Unit (10HP 8HP) . MM-A0224HX Propeller fan M Fan Motor PMV (A) Sensor (TE1) Condenser Condenser Capillary 4-Way valve Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB) Solenoid valve (SV2) Sensor (TS) 8 Sensor (TK1) Solenoid valve (SV3C) Strainer Check valve Capillary HighHP pressure SW Oil separator Highpressure sensor Check joint (Pd) Strainer Capillary Check valve Solenoid valve (SV41) Solenoid valve (SV42) HP Highpressure SW Sensor (TD2) Liquid tank Accumulator Capillary Strainer Strainer Sensor (TK2) Check valve Sensor (TD1) Compressor Fixed-speed Fixed-speed Check joint (Ps) Capillary Dryer (x2) Oil tank Sensor (TK3) Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve Compressor case oil removal valve Lowpressure sensor Check valve Capillary Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3B) Strainer Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed Service valve valve (liquid (gas side) side) 26 . Model: MM-A0280HX.

Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings
Fixed Speed Unit (6HP)
Model: MM-A0160HX
Propeller fan

M

Fan Motor

Condenser

PMV (A) Sensor (TE1) Capillary Condenser Sensor (TS) Solenoid valve (SV2)

4-Way valve Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB)

Highpressure sensor Sensor (TK1) Liquid tank Capillary Check valve Capillary Strainer Sensor (TK2) Check valve Sensor (TK3) Compressor case oil removal valve Compressor Fixed-speed Solenoid valve (SV3C) Strainer Check joint (Pd) Strainer Oil separator Capillary Solenoid valve (SV41) HP Highpressure SW Sensor (TD1)

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Accumulator

Strainer

Check joint (Ps)

Capillary Lowpressure sensor Check valve Capillary Solenoid valve (SV3B) Strainer

Dryer (x2)

Oil tank

Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve

Check valve

Packed valve (oil balancing pipe)

Packed Service valve valve (liquid (gas side) side)

27

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MM-A0280HT Master unit 1 (Inverter) MM-A0280HX Slave unit 2 (Fixed-speed) Propeller fan Propeller fan

(Indoor unit 1) M
(Right side)

Evaporator

Fan Motor

M

Fan Motor

TC1

Check joint
Sensor Air heat exchanger at outdoor side (Left side) (TE1)

Air heat exchanger at indoor side PMV (A)
Sensor (TE1)
Condenser

TC2

(Cooling mode)

PMV

Pressure sensor
Air heat exchanger at outdoor side Condenser

PMV (A)

TA (Ambient sensor) Sensor (TS)
4-Way valve

Strainer Capillary

4-Way valve

Sensor (TS)

Solenoid valve (SV2)

(Indoor unit 2)

Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB)

Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB) Solenoid valve (SV2)

Evaporator

TC1 Highpressure sensor Solenoid valve Sensor (SV3C) (TK1) Strainer Strainer Capillary Oil separator Liquid tank Capillary
Accumulator Solenoid valve (SV42)
HP Check valve

TC2 Sensor (TK1) Solenoid valve (SV3C) Strainer

Highpressure sensor Check joint (Pd)

Check joint Check joint (Pd)

PMV

Pressure sensor Capillary

TA (Ambient sensor)

Strainer

Liquid tank

Strainer Capillary Oil separator Check Solenoid valve valve (SV41)

(Indoor unit 3) Strainer Sensor (TK2) Inverter
Check Sensor valve Oil tank

Strainer

Evaporator

Compressor

Highpressure SW Sensor (TD2) Capillary Lowpressure sensor
Check valve

Strainer

Normal Operation

PMV Check valve Capillary Strainer

(TK3)

Pressure sensor Compressor case oil removal valve Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve

Solenoid valve (SV3B)

Oil tank

(TK3)

Fixed-speed

Check joint

Fixed-speed

Fixed-speed

Combined Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings

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Capillary Sensor (TD1) Capillary Check joint (Ps) Strainer Sensor (TK2) Dryer (x2) Check valve HighHP pressure SW Sensor (TD1) Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve
Service valve (gas side) Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed valve (liquid side)

Solenoid valve (SV42) HighHP pressure SW HP

Accumulator

Compressor

Highpressure SW Sensor (TD2)

Check joint (Ps) Capillary
Check Sensor valve

TC1

TC2

Dryer (x2)

Lowpressure sensor Compressor Check case oil removal valve valve Capillary

Check valve

Solenoid valve (SV3B)

TA (Ambient sensor)

Strainer

Strainer

Packed valve (oil balancing pipe)

Packed valve (liquid side)

Service Slave unit 3 (Fixed-speed) valve (gas side) Packed Packed Service MM-A0280HX valve (oil valve valve balancing (liquid (gas side) Slave unit 4 (Fixed-speed) side) pipe) Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed valve Service (liquid valve side) (gas side)

MM-A0280HX

(Solid line) High-pressure gas or compressed liquid refrigerant

(Dotted line) Evaporating gas refrigerant (Low-pressure gas)

MM-A0280HT Master unit 1 (Inverter) MM-A0280HX Slave unit 2 (Fixed-speed) Propeller fan Propeller fan

(Indoor unit 1)

Evaporator

Failure
M Fan Motor M Fan Motor

Temporal setup master unit in emergency

TC1

TC2

Check joint
Sensor (TE1)
Condenser

PMV PMV (A)
Sensor (TE1)

PMV (A)

Condenser

Pressure sensor
Condenser Condenser

TA (Ambient sensor) 4-way valve
4-Way valve

Strainer Sensor (TS) Capillary

Sensor (TS)

Solenoid valve (SV2)

Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB)

Solenoid valve (SV2)

(Indoor unit 2)

Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB)

Evaporator

TC1 Sensor (TK1)
Check valve

TC2

Highpressure sensor Check joint (Pd)
Oil separator

Check joint Solenoid valve Sensor (SV3C) (TK1) Strainer Capillary Liquid tank Capillary
Accumulator

PMV

Solenoid valve (SV3C) Strainer

Highpressure sensor Check joint (Pd)

Pressure sensor Capillary
Solenoid valve (SV42)
HP

TA (Ambient sensor)

Strainer

(Indoor unit 3) Strainer Sensor (TD2) Capillary Solenoid valve (SV3B) Sensor (TK2) Inverter Fixed-speed
Check Sensor valve Oil tank

(Master unit back-up operation: Cooling mode)

Evaporator

Compressor

Highpressure SW Check joint (Ps)

Strainer

Fixed-speed

Check joint (TK3) Check valve Capillary
Check valve

PMV

Dryer (x2) Lowpressure sensor

Oil tank

(TK3)

Fixed-speed

Emergency Operation when Inverter Unit has Failed

Combined Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings

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Capillary Sensor (TD1) Check valve HighHP pressure SW Capillary Strainer Sensor (TK2) Dryer (x2) Sensor (TD1) Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Compressor case oil removal valve Strainer Check valve Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve
Service valve (gas side)

Strainer

Liquid tank

Strainer Capillary Oil separator Check Solenoid valve valve (SV41)

Solenoid valve (SV42) HighHP pressure SW

Accumulator

Compressor

HP Highpressure SW Sensor (TD2)

Check joint (Ps)

TC1

TC2

Check Sensor valve

Pressure sensor

Lowpressure sensor Compressor case oil removal valve Check valve Capillary

Capillary Solenoid valve (SV3B)
Check valve

TA (Ambient sensor)

Strainer

Strainer

Packed valve (oil balancing pipe)

Packed valve (liquid side)

Service valves closed fully at liquid and gas side.

Packed valve (oil balancing pipe)

Packed valve (liquid side)

Service Slave unit 3 (Fixed-speed) valve (gas side) Packed Packed MM-A0280HX valve (oil valve Service balancing (liquid valve Slave unit 4 (Fixed-speed) side) (gas side) pipe) Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed valve Service (liquid valve side) (gas side)

MM-A0280HX

(Solid line) High-pressure gas or compressed liquid refrigerant

(Dotted line) Evaporating gas refrigerant (Low-pressure gas)

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Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed valve (liquid side) MM-A0280HX Service liquid and gas sides.9 MM-A0280HT Master unit 1 (Inverter) MM-A0280HX Slave unit 2 (Fixed-speed) Propeller fan Propeller fan (Indoor unit 1) M Fan Motor M Fan Motor Failure Evaporator TC1 TC2 Check joint Condenser PMV Sensor (TE1) PMV (A) PMV (A) Pressure sensor Condenser Condenser Sensor (TE1) Condenser (Cooling mode) TA (Ambient sensor) 4-way valve 4-Way valve Strainer Sensor (TS) Capillary Sensor (TS) Solenoid valve (SV2) (Indoor unit 2) Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB) Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB) Solenoid valve (SV2) Evaporator TC1 Sensor (TK1) Check valve TC2 Solenoid valve (SV3C) Strainer Check joint Solenoid valve Sensor (SV3C) (TK1) Strainer Strainer Capillary Oil separator Liquid tank Capillary Accumulator Highpressure sensor Check joint (Pd) Highpressure sensor Check joint (Pd) PMV Pressure sensor Capillary TA (Ambient sensor) Solenoid valve (SV42) HP Strainer Liquid tank Strainer Capillary Oil separator Check Solenoid valve valve (SV41) Solenoid valve (SV42) Strainer (Indoor unit 3) Strainer Sensor (TD2) Capillary Dryer (x2) Solenoid valve (SV3B) Sensor (TK2) Inverter Check valve Oil tank Compressor Highpressure SW Check joint (Ps) Strainer Sensor (TK2) Strainer Fixed-speed Check joint Sensor (TK3) Lowpressure sensor Check valve PMV Check valve Capillary Strainer Dryer (x2) Fixed-speed Check Sensor valve (TK3) Oil tank Fixed-speed Emergency Operation when Fixed-Speed Unit has Failed Combined Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings 30 Capillary Sensor (TD1) Capillary Compressor case oil removal valve Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve Service valve (gas side) Accumulator HighHP pressure SW HP Check valve HighHP pressure SW Sensor (TD1) Compressor Evaporator Highpressure SW Sensor (TD2) Check joint (Ps) Capillary Lowpressure sensor Compressor case oil removal valve Check valve Check valve TC1 TC2 Pressure sensor Solenoid valve (SV3B) TA (Ambient sensor) Strainer Capillary Strainer Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed valve (liquid side) Service valve opened fully at balancing pipe. Slave unit 3 (Fixed-speed) valve (gas side) Packed Packed MM-A0280HX valve (oil valve Service balancing (liquid valve Slave unit 4 (Fixed-speed) side) (gas side) pipe) Packed Packed valve (oil valve Service balancing (liquid valve side) (gas side) pipe) Service valves closed fully at (Solid line) High-pressure gas or compressed liquid refrigerant (Dotted line) Evaporating gas refrigerant (Low-pressure gas) .

Service valve fully closed at liquid side.MM-A0280HT Master unit 1 (Inverter) MM-A0280HX Slave unit 2 (Fixed-speed) Propeller fan Propeller fan (Indoor unit 1) M M Fan Motor Fan Motor Failure Evaporator TC1 TC2 Check joint Sensor (TE1) PMV Condenser Condenser Pressure sensor Condenser Condenser PMV (A) PMV (A) Sensor (TE1) TA (Ambient sensor) Capillary Sensor (TS) 4-way valve Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB) Solenoid valve (SV2) Pulse motor valve B (Cooling bypass) (PMVB) 4-Way valve Strainer Sensor (TS) Solenoid valve (SV2) (Indoor unit 2) Evaporator TC1 Sensor (TK1) Check valve TC2 Solenoid valve (SV3C) Strainer Check joint Solenoid valve Sensor (SV3C) (TK1) Strainer Check joint (Pd) Oil Strainer Capillary separator Highpressure sensor Highpressure sensor Check joint (Pd) PMV Pressure sensor Liquid tank Capillary Accumulator TA (Ambient sensor) Capillary Solenoid valve (SV42) HP (Normal outdoor unit refrigerant recovery) Strainer Evaporator Strainer Sensor (TD2) Capillary Solenoid valve (SV3B) Sensor (TK2) Inverter Fixed-speed Check valve Oil tank Compressor Strainer Fixed-speed Check joint Sensor (TK3) Check valve Capillary Check valve PMV Dryer (x2) Lowpressure sensor (TK3) Oil tank Fixed-speed Recovery of Refrigerant in Failed Outdoor Unit Combined Refrigerant Piping Systematic Drawings 31 Capillary Highpressure SW Check joint (Ps) Sensor (TD1) Check valve HighHP pressure SW Capillary Strainer Sensor (TK2) Dryer (x2) Compressor case oil removal valve Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve Strainer Check valve Solenoid valve (SV3A) Check valve Service valve fully opened at balancing pipe. 10min after operation start MM-A0280HX Slave unit 4 (Fixed-speed) Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed valve Service (liquid valve side) (gas side) (Solid line) High-pressure gas or compressed liquid refrigerant (Dotted line) Evaporating gas refrigerant (Low-pressure gas) 9 . Service valve (gas side) Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Strainer Liquid tank Strainer Capillary Oil separator Check Solenoid valve valve (SV41) Solenoid valve (SV42) HighHP pressure SW HP Accumulator (Indoor unit 3) Sensor (TD1) Compressor Highpressure SW Sensor (TD2) Check joint (Ps) TC1 TC2 Check Sensor valve Pressure sensor Lowpressure sensor Compressor case oil removal valve Check valve Capillary Capillary Solenoid valve (SV3B) Check valve TA (Ambient sensor) Strainer Strainer Packed valve (oil balancing pipe) Packed valve (liquid side) MM-A0280HX Slave unit 3 (Fixed-speed) Packed valve Service (liquid valve side) (gas side) Service valve fully closed at gas side ➝ Fully closed approx.

5 9.0 19.2x200Lx6 Ø2.7 15.6x(150Lx2).0x200Lx3 2.5 9.0 12.5 9.Refrigeration Cycle Schematic Indoor Units Distributor strainer PMV (D) TC2 Liquid sensor Strainer Capillary tube (B) Heat exchanger TC1 Gas sensor Check joint Pressure sensor Strainer Refrigerant Pipe (liquid) (A) Refrigerant Pipe (Gas) (C) Model MM-B056 MM-B080 MM-B112 MM-B140 MM-SB028 MM-U056 MM-U080 MM-U112 MM-U140 Ø(A) mm 6.6x400Lx2 Ø2.0 (1/2”) (5/8”) (3/4”) (3/4”) (1/2”) (1/2”) (5/8”) (3/4”) (3/4”) PMV (D) Code 40 40 40 60 25 40 40 40 60 10 32 . (400Lx1) 2.2x200Lx6 Ø1.6x(200Lx6). (200Lx3).(500Lx2) Ø(C) mm 12.5 9.7 12.9 19.4 9.5 (3/8”) (3/8”) (3/8”) (3/8”) (3/8”) (3/8”) (3/8”) (3/8”) (3/8”) Capillary Ø(B) mm Ø1.4 6.5 6.7x250Lx2 Ø2.6x(200Lx6).4 9. (300Lx2).7 15.9 19.0 19. (500Lx2) 2.7x150Lx3 Ø2. Ø2. (300Lx2).6x200Lx4.

The slave outdoor unit starts/stops by a command from the master outdoor unit.Outline of Control Outdoor Unit Operation start/Operation end The compressor. outdoor fan. are controlled by a command from the indoor controller. etc. solenoid valve. Operation start Operation stop Operation signal from indoor Inverter drive Outdoor fan output Fixed-speed Mg-SW output Each solenoid valve output 4-way valve output (OFF in cooling time) PMV output OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Full close ON ON ON or OFF (By command from indoor) ON or OFF 2 minutes 30 seconds ON Specified opening Full close Thermostat ON/Thermostat OFF Thermostat ON Thermostat OFF Operation signal from indoor Inverter drive Outdoor fan output Fixed-speed Mg-SW output Each solenoid valve output 4-way valve output (OFF in cooling time) PMV output OFF OFF OFF OFF ON Full close Specified opening Full close ON ON ON or OFF (By command from indoor) 11 ON or OFF 2 minutes 30 seconds 33 . pulse motor valve (PMV).

34 . PMV A1 Max. Electronic expansion valve (PMV) control Operation explanation and applied data. The no. ] waves [Hold ] [+1 wave/20 sec ] From 1 wave to (Up to 5 waves) Max. no. detected by TS/TD sensors. of waves [[0 wave ]: [1 wave ]: 180 sec 30 sec ] * PD pressure is maintained between 14. operation stop. of waves can be controlled between 0 wave (STOP) to 16 waves (all waves). and emergency stop. 4) The PMV is fully open when the thermostat is off. 3) PMV openings are fully closed during thermostatOFF. the master outdoor unit controls the outdoor fan speed (no. 2) The PMV is fully open during the cooling operation (PMV A1 = 500 pulses. (1) Cooling fan control 1) In a specified time when cooling operation is activated. 3) During the heating operation. PMV A2 = 500 pulses). when the operation is switched off or when the operation is ceased under abnormal circumstances. Pd pressure (kgf/cm2G) 22 21 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 [-1 wave/20 sec ] In up time:From 0 wave to 1 wave In down time: From 15 waves to 1 wave Interval control [+1 wave/20 sec ] From 2 waves to Max. Pulse motor valve (PMV) control 11 2a. (1) PMV A control (PMV x 2) 1) The PMV (pulse motor valve) is controlled between 100 ~ 1000 pulses during the operation. no. the opening rate is determined by the temperature which the TS/TD sensor detects and the pressure rate which PS detects (Super heat control). etc. The slave outdoor unit controls the outdoor fan speed with temperature detected by TE sensor.5 ~ 18 kgf/cm2G by the cooling fan control. of waves [ 16Max. of fan driving waves) by Pd pressure. 1) Opening is controlled with pulses from 0 ~ 500.Outline of Control Outdoor Unit Item 1a. 2) PMV opening is controlled with temp. Remarks Mid. Outdoor fan control (1) PMV B control The purpose of PMV B control is to control the liquid refrigerant bypass by limiting discharge temperature or compressor internal temperature increase. 1b. 1000 PMV A2 PMV opening rate 550 500 100 50 Min.

(1) Heating fan control 1) The number of waves is controlled according to the TE sensor temperature. compulsory stop timer count 20 B zone: 2/20 seconds (down to the minimum) 6 C zone: 1/20 seconds (down to the minimum) 4 D zone: hold (maintain the current rate) 2 E zone: +1/20 seconds (up to the maximum) 1 F zone: Maximum revolutions number (16) Fixed speed/slave units not operating will maintain the ODU fan at 1 wave to prevent refrigerant from remaining in the ODU Heat Exchanger. If the judgement is such that a reduction in oil is present the oil equalizing control function starts. Ensure that the filter is clean and start the operation. 3) When the above condition (2) persists and the high pressure SW operates. <Example of 30HP system> (HP) 30 Requested HP 25 20 15 10 5 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 (HP) Operation capacity Inverter Fixed 11 4. 35 . Capacity calculation By the capacity request command from the indoor controller. Remarks 11 3. the inverter operation command of the master outdoor unit. ON/OFF control of the fixedspeed compressor and the slave outdoor unit are determined. and starts the operation. 2) The present temperature detected by TK1. check the suction area of the indoor unit for blockages. Outdoor fan control Operation explanation and applied data. 4) After the fan is switched on. The master outdoor unit sets up activation priority order of the slave outdoor units connected to the system. and then the solenoid valve SV3C is activated. 2) If TE >20°C is constantly detected for 5 minutes. Sampling of TK1. Oil level valve detection control 1) The volume of oil in the oil tank is judged by the detection temperature of TK1 and TK2 sensors. this control does not operate during defrost mode.TK2 and TK3 sensors are stored in memory as the initial value. etc. TE temperature (°C) A zone: minimum. thus the operation will automatically start again.TK2 and TK3 sensor temperature occurs and the temperature change between TK1 and TK2 is judged. the operation will automatically shut down. This is the same condition as when the thermostat automatically becomes switched off.Outline of Control Outdoor Unit Item 2b.

6. • Normal oil equalizing operation. The cooling thermostat-ON 60 minutes timer starts counting again. etc. this control is implemented. and SV3C. 1) Control conditions • When compressor-ON status continued for 60 minutes. and has the following two patterns. If only one outdoor unit is present this control is not implemented. the cooling/heating indoor oil/refrigerant recovery signal is sent to the indoor controller. and the result of the oil level detection judgment has been adequate. SV3B. (1) Oil equalizing control 1 This is executed when the master outdoor unit has continuously operated for 30 minutes or more. Refrigerant recovery control in heating mode During cooling/heating operation. This control is managed by the master outdoor unit. or when one of the slave outdoor units required oil equalizing. When only one outdoor unit is present this control is not implemented. This control is executed by open/close operation of solenoid valves SV3A. (2) Oil equalizing control 2 This is executed to supply oil collected in the oil tank of each outdoor unit to the outdoor unit of which the oil level has been reduced. Oil equalizing control Operation explanation and applied data. • Recovery time: Approx.Outline of Control Outdoor Unit Item 5. 2 min to 6 min though it differs according to the system capacity. When the oil level judgment result of the master outdoor unit has been insufficient while the compressor of master outdoor unit was ON. and the other is a system control which is executed when shortage has been detected in the oil level detection control. • When the cooling thermostat-OFF timer has finished. Remarks • Controls to divert oil to the inverter unit in operation. this also prevents stagnation of refrigerant in the outdoor heat exchanger while low ambient cooling operation is performed. This control is to prevent oil reduction in the compressor between the outdoor units. 36 . 2) Contents of control 60 minutes after cooling/heating operation has been activated. the indoor PMV minimum opening signal is also sent to the indoor controller. one is an individual control in normal operation which is performed by the master outdoor unit. this is executed to recover the oil/refrigerant in gas crossover pipes or indoor units to the outdoor unit when. the compressor operation is reduced. At the same time. This control is classified into two functions. Refrigerant/Oil recovery control 11 (1) Oil recovery control in cooling mode.

This control is individually executed by the master outdoor unit and each slave outdoor unit.5 kgf/cm2G • No. • Sets the fixed-speed compressor reactivation time for 10 minutes. P2 In case of master In case of slave Master outdoor compressor OFF P1 13 13 P2 11 11 Master outdoor compressor ON P1 — 5 P2 — 4 kgf/cm2G Remarks (2) SV2 low pressure release control This control is to prevent pressure drop during transient operation. (1) SV2 gas balance control This control is executed to balance the gas by opening SV2 while the compressor is off. 1) Contents of control • SV2 is opened when Ps pressure>0. 1) Control conditions When the compressor is switched from ON to OFF operation. 1 compressor stops with Pd ≥ . and closed when TK3 sensor detects 5°C or higher temperature during compressorON time. 1) Contents of control SV2 is opened when the following conditions are satisfied. Fixed-speed compressor high pressure release control This control is to stop the fixed-speed compressor of each outdoor unit according to Pd pressure value. P1 = 26. After SV2 has been opened. This control is individually executed by the master outdoor unit and each slave outdoor unit. SV2 is closed. • Compressor status changes from OFF to ON. This control is individually executed by the master outdoor unit and each slave outdoor unit.Outline of Control Outdoor Unit Item 7.8 kgf/cm2G • SV2 is closed when Ps pressure>1. etc. • No.5 kgf/cm2G 37 . Release valve control Operation explanation and applied data. of outdoor fan waves is 3 waves or less during cooling compressor-ON.Ps pressure) immediately before the compressor stops. This control is individually executed by the master outdoor unit and each slave outdoor unit. • Oil recovery control is performed in cooling mode. in order to decrease the activation load in the next compressorON time.2 kgf/cm2G (3) SV2 compressor case bypass control This control is to prevent oil dilution. SV2 is turned off when LP<P2. 2 compressor stops with Pd ≥. 2) Contents of control • The control point is exchanged by LP (Pd pressure . • SV2 is opened when TK3 sensor detects 2°C or lower. 11 • No. <Table 7a> Cooling Pd pressure control point P1. P1 = 27. 8. • When LP<P1. • When LP ≥ P1. SV2 is opened. and the control finishes. This control is executed as necessary except during stop time and thermostat-OFF time. This control is executed during compressor-ON (except during oil level detection control). 1) Contents of control • The fixed-speed compressor stops when Pd pressure is over P1 (Table 7a).

If the power source is interrupted for a period of time it is necessary to switch power to the system for a minimum of 24 hours before commencing system operation (1) Control conditions Compressor stops and TD < 35°C. 38 . but it is not an error/fault. when installation work has finished. TK3 40°C 34°C 25°C C zone B zone A zone A zone Continuous switch-on power B zone Intermittent switch-on power ON: 10 minutes OFF: 5 minutes C zone No switch-on power Remarks 11 10. etc. This control is to prevent stagnation of refrigerant in the compressor case by a supply of current to heat the windings while the inverter compressor is off. (2) Contents of control This control is executed by temperature detected by TK3 sensor as shown in the following figure. and switched on when TK3 sensor detected 35°C or lower temperature. NOTE: Switching may be heard during heat winding operation. If the supply of current is not turned on for a specified time before trial operation. Compressor winding heating control Operation explanation and applied data. • After the compressor status changed from OFF to ON. (1) Control contents • This control is switched off when TK3 sensor detected 40°C or higher temperature. ON status continues for 10 minutes. a fault of the compressor may occur. Crank case heater control This control is executed by the fixed-speed unit only. This control is executed by the inverter outdoor unit only.Outline of Control Outdoor Units Item 9.

C. The main controls of IPDU control P board are . The operation frequency is decreased. the error count is cleared if the operation continues for 10 minutes or more. the error count is cleared if the operation continues for 10 minutes or more. (2) Heat sink temp. IPDU (Inverter) control Operation explanation and applied data. 2) When the compressor driver stops.5A) I2 A zone A zone D zone B zone C zone : : : : The normal operation is executed. 2) When the compressor stops. the ambient outdoor temp. (3) Over-current protective control 1) The compressor stops when T03 on IPDU control P board detects over-current. 1 is counted to the error count. to prevent the inverter input . After reactivation. 2) When the inverter compressor driver stops. current dropping lower than the specified value.C. If the error count reaches 3 the system generates a fault code and system operation stops. . 11 39 . Remarks Current value (22A) I1 B zone D zone C zone (21. frequency up/down speed. (4) High pressure SW control 1) The compressor driver stops when the inverter compressor high pressure SW operates. described below. and the compressor driver reactivates after 2 minutes 30 seconds. is detected by the thermistor in the compressor driving module Q200. or an outdoor fan error is considered.Outline of Control Outdoor Units Item 11. 1 is counted to the error count. Decrease of the operation frequency stopped. and current release control value from the interface P board. NOTE: When the error has been determined. (1) Current release control The output frequency is controlled by AC input current value which is detected by T02 on the control P board. . and the inverter compressor driver stops when 120°C is detected. IPDU controls the inverter compressor by command frequency. After reactivation. 1 is counted to the error count.C. The present operation frequency is kept. detection control 1) The heat sink temp. etc. and the present operation frequency is kept. and the compressor reactivates after 2 minutes 30 seconds.C.

etc. • If the conditions are satisfied. • While the defrost control is in progress. 3) Slave outdoor units • When the condition for completing the defrost operation is satisfied. start defrost after 25 minutes for the first time and after 55 minutes for the second time and thereafter.Outline of Control Outdoor Units Item 12. they will be activated and if they are already on. (1) Conditions for starting the defrost operation 1) Calculate the operation time when the TE sensor detects below – 1°C during heat mode. (3) Conditions for finishing the defrost operation 1) Common condition Once a certain period of time passed after the 4-way valves were off. a defrosting signal is sent to the slave outdoor units. all the outdoor units should start defrost mode simultaneously. 2) For the slave outdoor units • When the conditions for the defrost operation are all satisfied. a signal to end the defrost operation will be sent. • When the outdoor units are combined. (4) Control of completion of the defrost operation 1) For the master outdoor units The control sets the outdoor fans with the maximum frequency 5 minutes after the 4-way valves are switched on. Defrost control (reverse defrost method) Operation explanation and applied data. Remarks • If the conditions are satisfied. they finish sending the defrost signal to the master outdoor units. The controller controls the heating fans thereafter. When the inverter ODU frequency is set minimum. The maximum frequency of the inverter ODU is 90Hz. a defrost signal is sent to the master outdoor units. 2) For the master outdoor units • The inverter ODU is operated at the minimum frequency. the 4-way valves go off and then the outdoor fan goes off. all the outdoor units should finish defrost mode simultaneously. 2) For the master outdoor units Once the above common condition is satisfied and the slave outdoor units have finished sending the defrost signal. the control finishes the defrost operation according to the TE sensor detected temperature and the Pd pressure. Defrost will be compulsorily ceased 10 minutes after it was activated. • Once the signal is received. the compressors are all switched on. If a slave outdoor unit is connected. When the compressor is activated. • The control then switches on the 4-way valves and completes sending the defrost signal to the indoor units. • When the condition for completing the defrost operation is satisfied and they finish receiving the signal to stop defrost from the master outdoor units. the defrost operation is complete. 11 40 . they will be held constant. the defrost operation is compulsorily completed for at least 2 minutes. (2) How the controlling system works 1) For the master outdoor units The control operates the inverters at the minimum frequency. the whole defrost operation is complete. If the compressors are off. The 4-way valves and the outdoor fans go off one after another.

Defrost control (reverse defrost method) Operation explanation and applied data. SV41. Remarks 13.0 kgf/cm2G. 3) For the slave outdoor units • The compressors 1 and 2 are kept on.5 kgf/cm2G. and 42 are switched off. The master outdoor units and slave outdoor units have their own control over this action when the defrost/heating operation is in progress. the indoor fan is controlled according to the temperature that is detected by TC2 (indoor heat exchange sensor). the control switches SV41 and SV42 on. IDU exchanger heat removal (1) To prevent the IDU heat exchanger remaining hot after operation has stopped the indoor fan operates in low fan speed for approximately 30 seconds. • After the signal to finish the defrost operation is received from the master outdoor units. • The capacity of the compressors is controlled according to the on/off signals from the master outdoor units thereon. (°C) 30 26 20 16 C B A A zone: set fan operation from the remote controller B zone: low fan speed C zone: OFF • "Preheat defrost" light displayed 11 14. 41 . the 4-way valves become switched on. (5) SV41. etc. 1) Control details When PS pressure ≤ 0. When PS pressure ≥1. Should they be off they will be switched on. 42 low-pressure release control This prevents the low-pressure level relaxing during the defrost control operation. Cold draught prevention control (1) During the heating operation.Outline of Control Outdoor Units Item 12.

the cooling capacity control may decrease the frequency. push in it securely until a “click” sound can be heard. (This sound is not abnormal. 2) When low pressure is reduced. PMV operation error may be present. 2) Do not remove the driving part (Head part) of PMV during operation. 11 42 .) (2) PMV (Pulse Motor Valve) 1) When the power is turned on. the freeze prevention control by the indoor unit TC sensor may decrease the frequency. 3) When discharge temp.Outline of Control Outdoor Units Other cautions (1) Cooling operation in low ambient temperature 1) When low pressure is reduced. the frequency may be increased over the receive command from the indoor unit. and a low continuous sound may be heard when power is turned on. Then. turn the power off. 3) When replacing a PMV set. a tap sound to initialize PMV is heard. of electro-waves of the outdoor fan decreases. and turn on again. this sound may not be heard at a place where outside noise takes prominence. never operate the unit with the “head” part removed. 4) No. 4) When removing the driving part and attaching it again. sensor value reduces below 60°C. However. If this sound is not heard.

11 Ts S7 S5 -1 S9 SB -1 S3 S0 -2 SD SF Compressor-OFF NOTE: The operation frequency in the above zone differs according to horse power or protective control of the outdoor unit. Automatic capacity control (1) Based upon difference between Ta and Ts. 5. COOL SD +2 +1 HEAT S0 S3 S5 S7 Compressor-OFF +1 SB S9 Ts • Ts : setup temp (R/C). Remote controller command STOP FAN COOL HEAT Control outline Stops air conditioner Fan operation Cooling operation Heating operation Remarks • Operation mode range Air volume select/ Louver presence 2. Power source is reset Operation explanation and applied data. control (1) Adjustment range In cooling/heating Remote controller setup temp. 43 . (2) PMV opening correction control PMV opening is corrected so that the refrigerant status of the indoor unit becomes most appropriate to the demand. Capacity correction control (1) Frequency correction control Frequency of the outdoor unit is corrected so that the present capacity reaches to the certain specified capacity. etc. Operation select 3. (1) Automatic remote controller function setup Based upon the result of selecting indoor unit model. the operation frequency is indicated to the outdoor unit. the operation mode is selected. Operation temp. setup and display range of the remote controller. 18 to 29°C 18 to 29°C (2) Operation point with compressor-OFF (3) Operation temp. TA: Room temp (Ambient). precision ± 1°C (4) Differential 1°C 4. Room temp.Outline of Control Indoor Units Item 1. (1) Based upon the operation select command from the remote controller or central controller.

the drain pump operates. • In “K” zone. the thermostat is OFF with even the above condition. Cooling refrigerant/ Heating oil recovery control 9. (2) While air volume is in AUTO mode.”. • When “J” zone is detected for 2 minutes. a check code is generated. • When the command frequency becomes S0 with continuation of “J” zone. PMV of the indoor unit is opened by a certain degree when the cooling oil/heating refrigerant recovery signal is received from the outdoor unit. HIGH HEAT Ultra low compressor off Remarks • During stop operation. control to prevent cold draft is determined by TC2. the compressor stops and the drain pump operates. the air volume is changed according to the difference between Ta and Ts. Freeze prevention control (Low temp. operation of the indoor fan in LOW mode occurs until it reaches the “I” zone. COOL +2 +1 Ts HIGH MED. Short intermittent operation compensation control When the indoor units stand by. 10.Outline of Control Indoor Units Item 6. operate the indoor fan intermittently during the recovery operation. (1) During “COOL” operation. 1) TC1≥10°C and TC2 ≥10°C 2) 30 minutes after the air conditioner has stopped. the timer count is interrupted. or unit operates with “FAN” mode. (2) However.. 7. (1) For 5 minutes after the operation has started. the air conditioner operates as described below based upon temp. • Only for 4-way/2-way ceiling cassette type. the outdoor units stop and “STANDBY” is displayed on the remote controllers of all the indoor units. LOW +1 Ts -1 -2 LOW MED. and held. “LOW”. It is reset when the following conditions are satisfied. the operation is continued even if entering thermostatOFF condition. “HIGH”. (3) When the operation of the float SW continues for 2 minutes. (1) By the command from the remote controller or the central controller. P (°C) Q J I K a P Q TC1 5 -4 TC2 -12 -15 8. Air volume control Operation explanation and applied data. The protective control has priority. “MED. etc. thermostat is OFF. • When “I” zone is detected. the command frequency becomes “S0” to the outdoor unit. 44 . if the thermostat has been turned off by changing the setup temp. the timer is cleared and the operation returns to normal operation. detected by TC1 and TC2 sensors. (2) When the float SW operates. or “AUTO” operation is permissible. release) 11 (1) In cooling operation. Drain pump control • When CHECK code “0b” occurs.

the mode changes to Trial operation mode. • Selection of J11 presence • “STANDBY” is displayed 14. [Central]: START/STOP and the timer operation can be selected by the IDU remote controller. • Over capacity combination of indoor units. [Last-push priority]: Can be operated from both the indoor unit remote controller and the central controller. (1) When the louver signal has been received from the remote controller or the central controller. etc. • There is an indoor unit with the indoor overflow alarm “0b”. 15. the auto turn louver operates if the indoor fan is operating. Then. Central controller selection (1) The functions which can be operated on the indoor unit remote controller can also be selected on the central controller. and it is displayed on the remote controller LCD after the specified time (120H/2500H). and operates with the content as per last selection.Outline of Control Indoor Units Item 11. STANDBY display (1) When phase order of the power source wiring is incorrect. Filter sign display (1) The operation time of the indoor fan is measured and stored in memory. [Operation forbidden]: Cannot be operated on the indoor unit remote controller (as STOP status). (2) When the filter reset signal has been received from the remote controller. Selection of 120H/2500H is factory set. set the indoor fan to “HIGH” mode to operate the frequency fix. • (No display) 11 • “CENTRAL” is displayed • “CENTRAL” flashes 45 . (1) When holding the START/STOP SW on the remote controller continuously for 5 seconds. and this status continues until STANDBY status is released. Remarks • Command frequency COOL [SD] “COOL L” • HEAT [SF] “HEAT H” • “FILTER” is displayed 13. Frequency fix operation (Trial operation) Operation explanation and applied data. (2) The above indoor unit status that cannot operate enters standby status when the thermostat is turned off. the measured time is reset and LCD display is cleared. Auto louver control 12.

of connected indoor units No. • In case of R22 model • In case of R407C model A 22 40 7C B 2 3 4 5 6 7 Outdoor system capacity No. [H1]: Under heating refrigerant recovery [Ad] [ ]: In normal time (Automatic address setup completes) [11]: Under automatic address setup — — — — — 12 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 — — — — — 46 . [P1] to [P3]: Oil equalizing patterns 1 to 3A — — [C-]: Normal operation. [C1]: Under cooling oil recovery control [H-]: Normal operation. [r1]: Under release control — [OL] [P ]: Normal operation. SW02 and SW03 display the following info: SW01. of operating indoor units — Release control operation Oil equalizing pattern — Refrigerant/Oil recovery operation Automatic address A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B 8] to [46]: 8 to 46HP [HP] [1] to [ 5]: 1 to 5 units [P] [0] to [40]: 0 to 40 units [P] [0] to [40]: 0 to 40 units [P] — [r ]: Normal operation. 05: Push switch SW08: Dip switch SW03 SW02 SW01 3 1 1 Use refrigerant Displayed content Type of refrigerant used is displayed. 02.Self Diagnostic Display Information Outdoor Units System information data display (Displayed on the inverter unit only) The combination of rotary switches SW01. 03: Rotary switch SW04. of connected outdoor units No.

[10]: 6. <SW05> Push function: Release of frequency data display in decimal notation 6 7 8 9 Outdoor fan operation pattern Compressor backup — Control valve output SV2: OFF SV2: ON 10 SV3A: ON/SV3B: OFF/SV3C: OFF SV3A: OFF/SV3B: ON/SV3C: OFF SV3A: OFF/SV3B: OFF/SV3C: ON 11 12 13 14 15 16 PMV A1 + PMV A2 opening PMVB opening Oil level judgment status A B SV41: ON/SV42: OFF SV41: OFF/SV42: ON — — [ 00] to [500]: 0 to 1000 pulse [ 00] to [500]: 0 to 500 pulse [OL] [ ]: Initial display.2 compressor backup setup — — A H. 1]: During operation 3 <SW04> Push function: Inverter frequency data is displayed in decimal notation. <SW05> Push function: Fan operation function is interrupted. 2. –]: No. –]: No.1 compressor backup setup [C2]: Under No. 0 — — 0 0 0 0 2. O 3. 0 1 0 1 0 — — P P B 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 12 <SW04> Push function: Oil level judgment control forcible start (Detection starts after timer count down) <SW05> Push function: Oil level shortage status/Continuous counter display (Displayed for several seconds) NOTE: The push-switch function operates by input from the inverter unit. [ H]: Heating operation [ 6]. [1. [ b]: Fixed-speed 2 compressor [ C]: Fixed-speed single. [A2 to A4]: Detection error A B A B A B [FP] [ 0] to [16]: 0 wave (stop) to 16 waves (All waves) [C1]: Under No.Self Diagnostic Display Information Outdoor Units Outdoor unit information data display (Displayed on each outdoor unit) SW03 SW02 SW01 1 1 1 Check code A B Displayed content [U1] to [U5]: Outdoor unit number (1: Inverter) [– –]: Normal time (No error). 0 4. 2 Type of installed compressor Operation mode Outdoor unit capacity Compressor operation command A B A B 4 5 A B A B [U1] to [U2]: Outdoor unit number [ A]: Fixed-speed 2 in 1. 47 . <SW04> Push function: Only fan of unit in which an error occurred operates. the frequency code is displayed: [00] to [FF] [2.2 compressor stop status. 10HP [HP] [1. [A1]: Shortage. 1]: During operation For inverter. [ d]: Inverter (2 in 1) — [ C]: Cooling operation.1 compressor stop status. 0 3. [FF]: Oil judgment start status [A0]: Adequate. 1 3. [2. 8. 0 4. a check code is displayed in abnormality. <SW04 + SW05> Push function: Only fan of normal unit operates. [ 8]. O H.

10HP [ 6].3 unit (Fixed-speed Outdoor No. 8. 10HP [10]: No. [ 8].1 compressor start/No. [ L]: Shortage 12 2 Type of fixed-speed compressor A B 3 4 Fixed-speed unit capacity Fixed-speed compressor operation command — A B A B A B 5 6 7 — Oil level judgment status A B A B NOTE: The outdoor unit number is set by selecting SW03.2 compressor start status [U2] to [U5]: Outdoor unit number (Setup with SW03) For inverter. • If data is negative data. a check code is displayed in abnormality. the frequency code is displayed: [00] to [FF] — [U2] to [U5]: Outdoor unit number (Setup with SW03) — [U2] to [U5]: Outdoor unit number (Setup with SW03) [ ]: Normal time. A H # L # t d # d # s # 1 # # – – 1 # 2 # 3 # E # # B # # # # 1 # # 2 # # (4) Outdoor cycle data display (Displayed on each outdoor unit) * Outdoor cycle data display is used when the fixed-speed unit information is displayed on the 7 segment section of the inverter unit.4 unit (Fixed-speed Outdoor No.2 unit (Fixed-speed Outdoor No. sensor TS temp. sensor TK2 temp.2 compressor stop status [01]: No. 8. sensor TE1 temp. • Symbol display and data display are alternately exchanged every several seconds. sensor – TK1 temp. sensor TK3 temp. [10]: 6.1 compressor stop/No. Symbol Data Symbol Data Symbol Data Symbol Data – – Symbol Data Symbol Data Symbol Data t t t t t # – – F F F # # # # # # t Displayed content Pressure sensor data is displayed with (MPaG). sensor TD2 temp. sensor Temp. SW03 SW02 SW01 1 to 4 1 3 Check code A B Displayed content [U2] to [U5]: Outdoor unit number (Setup with SW03) [– –]: Normal time (No error). [U2] to [U5]: Outdoor unit number (Setup with SW03) A]: Fixed-speed 2 in 1 compressor [ b]: Fixed-speed 2 compressor [ C]: Fixed-speed single compressor [U2] to [U5]: Outdoor unit number (Setup with SW03) [ 6]. [ 8]. • Data is displayed in the part marked with [#].Self Diagnostic Display Information Outdoor Units (3) Outdoor cycle data display (Displayed on each outdoor unit) SW03 SW02 SW01 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 – 8 9 10 1 Pd pressure sensor Ps pressure sensor TD1 temp. SW03 1 2 3 4 Outdoor unit number Outdoor No. [– # # #] is displayed. sensor data is displayed with (°C).5 unit (Fixed-speed 1) 2) 3) 4) 7 segment display A [U2] [U3] [U4] [U5] 48 . [10]: 6.

[ 1]. ([– –]: No connection) [0. [1. 5]. [ 2] [2. 2]. 5]. B Display A Display B D716 D717 D714 D715 49 . [ 5] [01] to [48]: Indoor address number [ 0]: In STOP time. A [01] to [48]: Indoor address number Corresponded HP is displayed. [ 3]. 2]. a check code is displayed when an error occurs. [ 3] to [ F]: During operation (S3 to SF) [01] to [48]: Indoor address number Data is displayed as pulse [01] to [48]: Indoor address number Data is displayed as temperature [01] to [48]: Indoor address number Data is displayed as temperature [01] to [48]: Indoor address number Data is displayed as temperature [01] to [48]: Indoor address number Data is displayed as temperature 7 8 9 10 11 12 Indoor demand command (S code) Indoor PMV opening Indoor saturation temp. [1.Self Diagnostic Display Information Outdoor Units (5) Outdoor unit information data display (Displayed on inverter unit only) SW03 SW02 SW01 1 to 3 1 to 16 4 5 Indoor communication/ Receive status Indoor check code A B A B 6 Indoor horse power A B Displayed content [01] to [48]: Indoor address number [ 1]: Receiving. SW03 1 2 3 SW02 1 to 16 1 to 16 1 to 16 Outdoor unit number SW02 setup number SW02 setup number + 16 SW02 setup number + 32 7 segment display A [01] to [16] [17] to [32] [33] to [48] 12 • 7 segment display A. 8]. [3. 7]. [1. [ 4]. Indoor TA sensor Indoor TC2 sensor Indoor TC1 sensor A B A B A B A B A B A B NOTE: The indoor address number is set by selecting SW02 or SW03. [– –]: No connection [01] to [48]: Indoor address number [– –]: No error.

Indoor P board parts layout . D13 D11 D22 D51 Colour Orange Green Red Yellow Displayed content Serial receive Serial send Alarm stop display Cycle communication Details Flashes synchronized with the receive signal to the standard remote controller. Flashes synchronized with the send signal from the standard remote controller.C.Control Circuit Configuration Indoor Units (1) LED display on indoor P board – MCC-1361-01 . Goes on when the indoor unit stops with fault. D22 (Red) D13 (Orange) D11 (Green) MCC-1361-01 13 PCB identification code (MCC-1361-01) D51 (Yellow) 50 .C. Flashes synchronized with receive signal from the outdoor unit. General type Part No.

The check code “AF” is displayed at the same time as “STANDBY”. Outdoor unit phase order error If phase order of power source of the outdoor unit is different. Indoor operation below 0. b. Indoor unit over capacity When the total HP of the connected indoor units exceeds 1. the indoor unit will display “STANDBY” mode. Incorrect setup of indoor HP is confirmed. “STANDBY” is displayed on the remote controller. indoor unit will display “STANDBY” mode.8HP the relevant . c. A check code is not displayed.) a. (3) Indoor PMV full open/full close function PMV used in the indoor unit can be forcibly opened fully. indoor unit displays “STANDBY” mode.8HP control When the total capacity of the operating indoor units is below 0. CN33 Open Open Short Short CN32 Open Short Open Short PMV Opening Normal operation Fully open Fully closed Medium opening (Half open) 13 51 . The check code “89” is displayed at the same time when “STANDBY” is displayed. closed fully. (Refrigerant does not flow. Recheck setup of SW08.Control Circuit Configuration Indoor Units (2) Display on remote controller In the following conditions. but PMV of the indoor unit is not permissible. and opened in medium degree for 2 minutes.35 times of outdoor HP the . 1) “STANDBY” display Fan operation is available.

Address setup by remote controller is available. 2 OFF OFF Normal Normal When height of ceiling exceeds 2. Group operation control setup setup1: Master unit 2 to 16 Slave units SW02 Network address setup No.7m set No. SW03 TA adjust No. 1 No.1 OFF ON Communication error (Non relay) (Normal) Communication OK Normal 13 SW08 Indoor HP setup No. 2 OFF Factory set For contents of switch setup. 2 ON OFF Normal Normal SW06 Ceiling height No. Function Description Position at shipment from factory SW01 Indoor unit No.7 ON OFF Address setup by remote controller is unavailable. see section (5) 52 . see the next page. 1 No.Control Circuit Configuration Indoor Units (4) Switch positions at shipment from the factory SW No. For contents of address setup. SW07 Central control switching No. 1 to ON.

8 1.5 3. 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 DIP switch (SW02) 1 X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O 2 X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O 3 X X X X O O O O X X X X O O O O X X X X O O O O X X X X O O O O 4 X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O 5 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 6 O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 13 SW08 1 X X X X X X X X O O O O 2 X X X X O O O O X X X O 3 X O O O X O O O X X O X 4 O X O O O X O O O O O X Selected content Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity capacity 0.7 2.5 1.0 5. Address No.0 1.5 0.0 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 DIP switch (SW02) 1 X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O X O 2 X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O X X O O 3 X X X X O O O O X X X X O O O O X X X X O O O O X X X X O O O O 4 X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O 5 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 6 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Address No.2 1.Control Circuit Configuration Indoor Units (5) Contents of switch setup Network address setup table by DIP switch (SW02) • After turning off the power source.0 HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HP NOTE: O: ON side X: OFF (Numeral) side DIP switch table for indoor unit HP set up 53 . Address setup from the remote controller becomes unavailable.2 4. set 7 of DIP switch (SW02) to ON.0 3.

MM-SB028 Switch setup 1 SW01 Indoor unit No.C.Control Circuit Configuration Indoor Units (6) Service P board selection corresponded table MCC-1361-01 . MM-U112. the following selections are provided. Jumper setup Match to the setup contents of P board before replacement.. following description. : Match to the setup contents of P board before . When replacing . replacement. rotary switch.. . 2 SW02 3 SW03 4 SW06 5 SW07 6 SW08 : Match to No.) Central Control Switching : Match to the setup contents of P board before . replacement.C.. 1 : Server units . O: Provided X: None 13 J11 O X Filter timer 120H Filter timer 2500H MCC-1361-01 PCB label 54 .C.C. MM-B080.C.C. replacement. MCC-1361-01 P board assembly. : Match to setup contents of P board before . The indoor control P board can correspond to multiple models. MM-U056 MM-B140.. MM-U080. : Master unit .. PCB Label CM00C01 CM00C02 Model MM-U140. and jumper according to the .. HP setup : Match to the setup contents of P board before . it is not available.C. replacement. In some models..C.C. 2 to 16 Network address : Match to setup contents of P board before . (In some models. MM-B056. MM-B112. which the rotary switch is setup. set DIP switch. replacement...

14 Check Switch • Push for 0. The remote controller resets initialised. LCD Display "Standby" Mode: • When combination of indoor units is over the capacity. • Push for 3 seconds to reset indoor microprocessor. (All data is cleared. If the air filter cleaning sign is displayed. Reset Switch • Push the switch inside the hole with pin. (While indoor microprocessor is locked by ALL STOP alarm.) • Push for 10 seconds to clear check data.Troubleshooting Remote Controller Check Display Main Remote Controller Operating and Reading the Check Display Push the CHECK button.5 seconds to display CHECK code.) 55 . followed by the check code. • When indoor unit with command excepted by operation mode select switch. the number of indoor units with a filter problem is indicated. and the identification number of the faulty indoor unit is shown in the Temperature Setup section of the display – and the check code is shown in the TIME section of the display. • When phase-sequence of power wiring is incorrect.

1 is defective. After 3 seconds 56 . sensor of No. In No. 15. Example: Room Temp. the indoor/outdoor inter-unit wire (bus communication line) is defective. Next. first the Heat Exchanger sensor has failed. Check Data Unit No. 14 Check code detected at first Check code detected at last Example: There is no check data. 1 and No.Troubleshooting Remote Controller Check Display 7-Segment Display Hexadecimal notation Decimal notation Filter Data Example: A Filter signal is sent from No. 15 units under grouping operation.

“12” Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit Outdoor IPDU High pressure SW circuit G-Tr short-circuit protective operation Current detection circuit Compressor error Compressor breakdown TH sensor circuit Heat sink overheat protective operation “21” “14” “17” “1d” “1F” “d3” “dA” 14 Outdoor Unit Interface segment CHECK code *: No display on the remote controller Note: To retrieve fault codes. sensor (TS) short circuit High pressure sensor (Pd) short circuit Low pressure sensor (Ps) short circuit Pressure sensor (Pd/Ps) miswiring Discharge temp. ensure rotary switches 1. (TK2) detection error SV3C valve blockage detection SV3C valve leakage detection PMV refrigerant leakage detection Indoor address undefined* Outdoor address undefined* Missing of R phase “04” “08” “18” “A0” “A1” “A2” “AA” “b4” “Ab” “A6” “bb” “AE” “A7” “22” “bE” “E1” “F0” “E6” “F1” “E5” “bd” “AF” “1C” “Eb” “95” “96” “89” “8c” “8d” “8E” “8F” “d1” “d2” “d4” “d5” “d6” “d7” “d8” “d9” “db” “dC” “dd” “dE” “dF” “87” Fixed Speed outdoor unit – – “18” “A0” “A1” “A2” “AA” “b4” “Ab” “A6” “bb” “AE” “A7” “22” “bE” “E1” “F0” “E6” “F1” – “bd” “AF” “1C” – – – – – – – – “d1” – “d4” “d5” “d6” “d7” “d8” “d9” “db” “dC” “dd” – – “87” Indoor Unit Indoor sensor (TA) short or open circuit “0C” Indoor heat exchanger sensor (TC1) short circuit “93” Indoor heat exchanger sensor (TC2) short circuit “94” Indoor pressure sensor short circuit “b9” Motor short circuit “11” Drain pump fault “0b” Refrigerant circulation amount shortage judgement “9F” Indoor/outdoor communication short circuit “95” Central management communication short circuit “97” Central management address setup fault “98” External input display fault “b5” (Low level refrigerant leak if RBC-RD1-PE fitted) External interlock display fault “b6” (High level refrigerant leak if RBC-RD1-PE fitted) Indoor Unit miswiring/misconnection “9A” Indoor P board short circuit . (TD1) protective operation Discharge temp.C. (TK2) sensor short circuit Oil temp. OCR short circuits Fixed-speed 2 IOL. 2 and 3 on the Outdoor Interface PCB (MCC-1343-01) are all set to 1 (factory default setting). (TD1) protective operation Suction temp. OCR short circuits Inverter IOL short circuit Mg-SW deposit controlling display Outdoor Unit power source phase order miswiring Extension IC. (TK3) sensor short circuit Oil level low detection Oil temp. of connected indoor units over capacity Connected indoor units over capacity Outdoor unit back-up operation prevented Reduction of No. Individual Indoor Fault Codes can be retrieved by referring to page 49. sensor (TD1) short circuit Discharge temp. (TK1) detection error Oil temp. EEPROM short circuit Indoor/Outdoor error Indoor/Outdoor communication short circuit No. (TD2) protective operation Low Hz time discharge temp. 57 . (TS) protective operation High pressure (Pd) protective operation Low pressure (Ps) protective operation Fixed-speed 1 high pressure SW short circuit Fixed-speed 2 high pressure SW short circuit Fixed-speed 1 IOL. (TK1) sensor short circuit Oil temp. of server outdoor units No. sensor (TD2) short circuit Suction temp.Troubleshooting Self Diagnostic Function Liquid crystal remote controller CHECK code STANDBY display Over capacity Abnormal phase connection Indoor drain overflow alarm Inverter outdoor unit Remote Controller Remote Controller Remote controller serial signal circuit “99” Inverter serial signal short circuit (High level refrigerant leak if RBC-RD2-PE fitted) Four-way valve alarm Outdoor heat exchanger sensor (TE1) short circuit Discharge temp. of server outdoor units over capacity Server outdoor address incorrect Outdoor master unit incorrect Server outdoor unit error Oil temp.

Is refrigerant detector RBC-RD2-PE fitted to unit? Yes No Complete checks detailed above. [04] Inverter communication alarm Is communication connector between inverter and interface P boards connected? . [Measurement by tester: DC 0 to 5V. ] Is there continuity of the communication cable between inverter and interface P boards? .C.C.C.C. 2. 4. .C. Is there voltage present between pins 4 and 5 of CN600 on interface P boards? . etc.C.C. 5 pin GND] Yes No Inverter P board is defective. 58 . . Refrigerant leak. High level refrigerant leak if RBC-RD2-PE fitted. Are the High Level Alarm and the shutdown LEDs (Red) on ? Yes No Complete checks detailed above.C. On interface P board:CN600 . Yes No [ Check connection On inverter P board:CN07 . 3. 5 pin GND] Yes No Interface P board is defective. Defective inverter P board . 14 Check noise interference from outside. Defective interface P board . Leak check unit.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code Operation cause 1.C.C.C. Yes No Replace communication cable. Connection error of communication cable between inverter and interface P boards . Noise from outside 5. [Measurement by tester: DC 0 to 5V. Is there voltage present between pins 3 and 5 of CN600 on interface P boards? .

(MCC-1361-01) (*1) For confirmation. pins 1 to 3 of the indoor main P board. 14 Check code [0C] Indoor TA sensor alarm Operation cause TA sensor open/short TA sensor open/short has been detected. is . (MCC-1361-01) Does drainage water collect? Yes No Float switch error Does drain pump operate? Yes No Is power to drain pump turned on?(*2) Yes No Check and modify wiring circuit. replace indoor P board (MCC-1361-01). 59 . Does float switch operate? Yes No Is circuit wiring normal?(*1) Yes Check and modify wiring circuit.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [0b] Indoor water overflow alarm Operation cause 1. P board (MCC-1361-01)) . Drain pump operation error 3.C. check voltage under condition that connector is connected to CN11. Check for blockage of drainage hose. Drain pump error. Float switch disconnection 2.C. 230V or not (MCC1361-01). When the sensors are normal. Drain hose blockage Is drain pump connected? Yes No Check connection of connector CN11 (Drain pump: Indoor main. . (*2) Check whether voltage of CN08.C. Indoor P board error . Check disconnection of connector connection (TA sensor: CN04) circuit and resistance value characteristics of sensor.C.

Is capacitor normal? Yes No Replace capacitor.C. 3. Operation cause Fan motor circuit connection error Capacitor error Fan motor error Defective indoor P board . DC2 to 2.C. Is there an irregularity of power source? No Yes Check power source voltage.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [11] Indoor fan motor alarm 1. remove noise. Defective ¡ Replacement 60 . Does indoor fan operate for a short period after resetting and resuming? Yes No Is there a connection error of CN18 connector? No Yes Is there a connection error of CN07 connector? No Is approx.C. modify lines. 14 Check code [12] Other indoor alarm Replace MCC-1355-01 P board . 2. DC12V to 13V output to CN18 connector 1-3 pins? Yes Confirm there is no mechanical lock on the fan motor? No No Yes Modify connection and wiring. etc. Indoor P board check . 4. Operation cause 1. Noise of peripheral equipment 3.C. Irregularity of power source 2. Defective indoor P board . Yes Is revolution pulse input from hole IC to CN18 connector 2-3 pins during fan operation? (Measurement by tester: Approx.5V) Yes No Replace fan motor.

Is smoothing capacitor normal? (2200µ F.C.C. 14 61 . compressor. Is inverter compressor normal? Yes No Replace inverter P board and .C. Is the connection of the wiring connector on the inverter P board normal? .400V x 2) Yes No Check capacity decrease and appearance.C. Replace inverter P board. Check inverter P board. Is the power source voltage of the outdoor unit normal? Yes No Confirm the power source supply. 4. 3. Yes No Modify connector of wiring. Is AC 20A fuse working? Yes No Replace inverter P board and fuse.C. 2. .C. .C.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [14] G-Tr short circuit protective system alarm (Gate Transistor) 1. . 5. Operation cause Outdoor unit power source error Wiring error on inverter P board . AC fuse disconnection Inverter compressor error Defective inverter P board .

Check code [18] TE1 sensor open/short Operation cause TA sensor open/short TE1 sensor open/short has been detected. EEPROM alarm Operation cause 1.C.C. 62 . 14 No Check interface P board. Yes No Modify connection of wiring Check inverter P board. Defective inverter P board . Check noise interference from outside. 2. etc. . replace outdoor P board.C. Confirm sensor is not disconnected (TE1 sensor: CN505).C. Defective wiring of inverter P board . confirm circuit and resistance value characteristics of sensor. Is wiring connector on inverter P board normal? .C. Interface P board error . When the sensors are normal.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [17] Current detect circuit system alarm Operation cause 1. Outdoor unit power source error 2.C. Modify power source line. . Check code [1C] Extension IC. . Is there an irregularity of outdoor unit power source? Yes Check power source voltage.C.

C. Is the inverter compressor normal? Yes No Compressor error Is there refrigerant stagnation in the compressor case? No Yes Is the inverter winding output normal? No Yes Modify refrigerant stagnation in the compressor case.C.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [1d] Compressor alarm 1. Is the power source voltage of the outdoor unit normal? Yes No Confirm the power source supply. . .C. Check inverter P board. 5. and start the operation. 63 . 3. 2. Yes No Modify connector wiring. Does voltage reduction occur when the fixed-speed compressor has been activated? No Yes Is the connection of wiring on the inverter P board normal? . 4. 14 Check inverter P board. Is there an abnormal overload? No Yes Modify cause of overload. Operation cause Outdoor unit power source error Inverter compressor circuit system error Inverter compressor error Inverter compressor refrigerant stagnation Defective inverter P board .C.

Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [1F] Compressor break down Operation cause 1. Is there an abnormal overload? No Yes Remove cause of overload. Is the power source voltage of the outdoor unit normal? Yes No Confirm the power source supply. Does the voltage reduction occur when the fixed-speed compressor has been activated? No Yes Is the wiring connection on the inverter P board correct? . .C. Check inverter P board. Inverter compressor circuit system error 3. 14 64 . Outdoor unit power source error 2. Yes No Modify wiring connector.C.C. Inverter P board error .

9. capacitor error Indoor/Outdoor PMV blockage Outdoor heat exchanger blockage SV2 circuit blockage Indoor – Outdoor communication error Pd sensor error Refrigerant over charge [21] Inverter high-pressure SW system alarm Does the inverter high-pressure switch operate? Yes Is the inverter high-pressure switch normal? Yes No No No Is the inverter IOL circuit normal? Yes Check parts.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1. No Replace high-pressure sensor. Does the outdoor fan operate? Yes No Check and modify wiring. Is SV2 bypass circuit normal? Yes Repair SV2 bypass circuit. 8. If defective. replace. 2. Is there a problem with the outdoor unit heat exchanger? ➀ Blockage of heat exchanger ➁ Short circuit Yes Is the high-pressure sensor characteristics normal? Yes No 14 No Remove cause. etc. Operation cause Inverter high-pressure SW error Inverter IOL (Inner Overload) operation Service valve closed Outdoor fan. No Is service valve fully open? Yes Is circuit wiring normal? Yes Open service valve fully. Check outdoor inverter P board.C. disconnection of wiring. 7. 5. . 4. 6. Are the connections for the capacitor and fan motor normal? Yes No Repair defective part. No See judgment flow of inverter IOL operation circuit "E5". 10. (Coil error. If defective replace board. 3.) Refrigerant over charge Blockage Pipe breakage Abnormal overload 65 .

If defective. capacitor error Indoor/Outdoor PMV blockage Outdoor heat exchanger blockage SV2 circuit blockage Communication error between indoor and outdoor units [22] High-pressure protective operation Is the high-pressure sensor characteristics normal? Yes No Check parts.) Refrigerant over charge Blockage Pipe breakage Abnormal overload 66 .Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1.C. 4. Is service valve fully open? Yes No Open service valve fully. Operation cause Pd sensor error Service valve closed Outdoor fan. replace. 5. 3. (Coil error. 14 Is SV2 bypass circuit normal? Yes No Check outdoor interface P board. 2. Repair SV2 bypass circuit. . If defective. 6. Does the outdoor fan operate? Yes No Is there a problem with the outdoor unit heat exchanger? ➀ Blockage of heat exchanger ➁ Short circuit No Yes Are the connections for the capacitor and fan motor normal? No Yes Remove cause. 7. Repair defective part. disconnection of wiring etc. replace.

Troubleshooting
Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code
Check code [87] Missing phase Operation cause Missing phase of outdoor unit power source

A Phase of the outdoor unit power source is missing. Modify the power source wiring.

Check code [89] Indoor over capacity

Operation cause 1. No. of connected indoor units/connected over capacity. 2. Incorrect setup of indoor unit HP .

Is the system backup of the outdoor unit being completed? Yes

No

Indoor unit over capacity was detected during outdoor unit system setup. Setup “no detection” of over capacity (*1).

Is the No.of connected indoor units acceptable?(*2) Yes

No

Confirm system specification.

Is the HP setting correct for each individual indoor unit? Yes

No

Correct HP setting.

Is the total capacity of connected indoor units within 135%? Yes

No

Keep capacity of connected indoor units within 135%.

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Check inverter P board. .C.

( *1) Setup “no detection” of over capacity. Turn on SW09 bit 2 on interface P board of outdoor unit (usually OFF). .C. ( *2) Check No. of connected indoor units. Set SW01/SW02/SW03 on interface P board of outdoor unit to 1/4/3, respectively. .C. No. of connected units is displayed on the 7 segment display.

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Troubleshooting
Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code
Check code [8d] Reduction in the No. of connected outdoor units Operation cause 1. Outdoor unit system setup 2. Outdoor unit power source 3. Connection error of communication cable between outdoor units 4. Connection error of BUS communication 5. Interface P board error .C.

Is the system setup of the slave outdoor unit being completed? No Is the power supply of the slave outdoor unit turned on? Yes Is communication cable connected correctly between the outdoor units? Yes

Yes

Clear the alarm,and the operation starts (*1).

No

Turn on the power supply.

No

Check connection of communication cable.

Is the BUS communication connector (CN601) of the outdoor unit at the server connected? Yes

No

Check the connection of the connector. (BUS communication connector: CN601)

( *1) How to clear the alarm
Check interface P board. .C.

Set SW01/SW02/SW03 on interface P board .C. of the master outdoor unit to 2/16/1 respectively, and push SW04 for 5 seconds. (Display on the 7 segment display: [Er.] [CL])

Check code

Operation cause 1. No. of connected outdoor units over limit 2. Connection error of communication cable between outdoor units

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[8E] Outdoor unit connection over limit

Is the No. of connected outdoor units 5 or below? Yes

No

The maximum number of outdoor units is 5.

Is the communication cable connected between outdoor units? Yes

No

Check connection of communication cable.

Check interface P board. .C.

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Troubleshooting
Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code
Check code [8F] Duplicated terminal outdoor addresses Operation cause 1. Address setup of outdoor unit was duplicated 2. Interface P board error .C.

Is SW09 bit 1 of master outdoor interface P board off (*1)? .C. Yes

No

Turn off SW09 bit 1 on interface P board of master outdoor unit. .C.

Reset the power source and execute automatic address. Yes No It is normal. Restart the operation.

Id [8F ] detected Yes

Check interface P board. .C.

( *1) SW09 bit 1 on interface P board of the .C. master outdoor unit is for outdoor address setting. OFF = Automatic addressing (factory set). ON = Manual addressing.

Check code [93] Indoor TC1 sensor alarm TC1 sensor error

Operation cause

Check connection of TC1 sensor (TC1 sensor: CN20), disconnection of circuit, and characteristics of sensor resistance value. If the sensor is normal, replace indoor P board. .C.

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Check code [94] Indoor TC2 sensor alarm TC2 sensor error

Operation cause

Check connection of TC2 sensor (TC2 sensor: CN05), disconnection of circuit, and characteristics of sensor resistance value. If the sensor is normal, replace indoor P board. .C.

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etc. it is considered that power supply of the master outdoor unit is not switched on. interface P board error . outdoor unit has occurred.C. 2. This is not abnormal therefore clear the check code. 3.C. replace. Did a power failure occur? No Yes Clear the check code. . 70 .? No Check indoor P board. or a P board error of the master .C. Connection error of connector for indoor communication. and when pushing the START/STOP button before turning on the power supply of the outdoor unit. When first turning on the power supply of the indoor unit. Is there noise interference.C.C. If defective. Connection error of connector for outdoor communication. 14 NOTE: 1. If “95” is displayed only on the 7 segment of the outdoor unit.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [95] Communication alarm between indoor and outdoor Operation cause 1. No No Turn on source power of outdoor unit.. Yes Is the connection of CN601 on the outdoor interface P board normal? . P board error . “95” may be displayed. Is there a miswiring or disconnection of PQ communication cable? No Yes Check communication cable.C. and remove it. Is the connection of CN101 on the indoor P board normal? . Connection error of communication cable (PQ) between indoor and outdoor units 2. Yes Check noise interference etc. Yes Is the power supply of the outdoor unit turned on? Yes No Check wiring of wire connector.

Wiring connection error of central management remote controller Is the wiring connection to the communication cable (PQ) normal? Yes No Modify communication cable.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [96] Consistency detection of indoor and outdoor addresses Operation cause 1. of outdoor unit. Is the communication cable connected to another outdoor unit incorrectly? No Yes Modify wiring of wire connector. If defective. replace. Is the No. Abnormal No. of indoor units connected to the outdoor unit normal? Yes No Is the communication cable connected to the central management remote controller? Yes No Check interface P board . Connection error of communication cable (PQ) between indoor and outdoor units 2. 14 71 . of connected indoor units 3.C.

central controller error .C. Is there a connection error of power source wiring? No Yes Check power source wiring. No Is there noise interference. Is connection of CN602 on interface P board . [97] BUS communication alarm (1) Are X.C.? No Yes Eliminate noise interference. Is connection of CN101 on the indoor P board normal? . and start the operation.C. Power failure 6.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code Operation cause 1.Y and PQ communication cables normal? Yes No Check communication cable. etc.C. of the master outdoor unit normal? Yes No Check connector connection. Connection error of communication cable (PQ) between indoor and outdoor units 2. (When indoor PQ communication cable is connected. 14 Did power failure occur? No Yes Is [97] displayed only on the central controller? Yes No Is the operation status of the indoor unit reflected on the central controller? Yes No Indoor P board error . Central controller error 72 . Power source system error of the central controller and indoor unit 4. etc. Indoor P board error.) Yes No Check connector connection. Noise of peripheral devices 5. Connection error of (XY) for outdoor units 3. Is the source power of either central controller or indoor/outdoor turned on? Yes No Clear the alarm after turning on the power source.? Yes Is the network address different from main or sub remote controller? Yes No Is there noise interference. Clear the alarm after turning on the power source. and start the operation.

replace. Check indoor P board. Is there duplication of network addresses? No Yes Check duplication of network addresses. Is [98] displayed only on the central controller? Yes No Is connection of CN602 connector on interface P board of the master .Y normal? Yes No Check connection of wiring. replace.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [98] BUS communication alarm (2) Operation cause 1. outdoor unit normal? Yes No Check communication cable connection to slave units of group operation.C. central controller error . Indoor P board error. .C. Miswiring of XY communication cables 2. If defective.C. 14 Check the central controller. of connected central controllers to 1 unit. Is the wiring connection of communication cables to X. 73 . If defective. Duplicated network addresses 3. Is [97] displayed only on the central controller? No Yes Check No.

C internal wires normal? Yes No Check connection of wiring.C. Does serial LED (Orange) D13 on the indoor P board flash? . Is group operation performed? No Yes Is SW01 set to No. replace.C. If defective. 1 on the master unit? Yes No Set SW01 to 1.C.1. If defective. Does the indoor unit operate? Yes No 14 Does serial LED (Green) D11 on the indoor P board flash? . 4. . No Yes Check indoor P board.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [99] Indoor remote controller communication alarm 1. If defective. replace. Is there a connection error? No Yes Check indoor P board. .1. replace. B.C. 74 . No Yes Check remote controller P board. Are A. 3. Is the unit setup No. . Is SW01 duplicated? No No Yes Avoid duplication of unit setup to No. 2.1? Yes Make unit setup No.C.C. Operation cause Remote controller circuit connection error Duplicated indoor No.1 units Remote controller error Indoor P board error .

Yes Is 9A displayed again? No Wiring is correct.) Is wiring correct? Yes Modify wiring. Pressure No Replace defective sensor. Insufficient refrigerant 3. 3. TA. Blockage in pipe run Was the outdoor unit stopped for 20 minutes or more before checking miswiring? Yes No Stop the outdoor unit for 20 minutes or more. 5.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [9A] Miswiring/Misconnection of indoor Operation cause 1. Remove the cause. Miswiring/Mispiping of indoor/outdoor units 2. TC2. Indoor Outdoor Check code [9F] Indoor PMV blockage Operation cause 1. Are the following sensors normal? TC1.C. Indoor unit PMV connection error/main unit error 2. conditions Table 1? Yes No Check miswiring according to conditions in Table 1. Blockage or pipe breakage. Is indoor PMV normal? Connector connection Wiring Coil Valve Indoor P board . Yes 14 No Repair indoor PMV. 4. and check miswiring again. 75 . and then check miswiring again. Blockage in pipe 1. miswiring or blockage Table 1 Cooling miswiring 18 to 32°C 15 to 43°C Investigate the check code. 2. TC1 sensor/TC2 sensor/TA sensor error 3. Miswiring/Mispiping between indoor and outdoor units 4. Did you check miswiring according to the temp. Yes No (Check with miswiring check function of the outdoor unit. Are there any other check codes? Yes No Insufficient refrigerant.

14 76 . Check code [A1] TD2 sensor alarm Operation cause TD2 sensor open/short Open/short of TD2 sensor was detected. Check connector (TD1 sensor: CN502) and characteristics of sensor resistance value.C. When sensor is normal. replace interface P board of the outdoor unit. When sensor is normal.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [A0] TD1 sensor alarm Operation cause TD1 sensor open/short Open/short of TD1 sensor was detected. Check code [A2] TS1 sensor alarm Operation cause TS1 sensor open/short Open/short of TS1 sensor was detected.C.C. . . . replace interface P board of the outdoor unit. Check connector (TS1 sensor: CN504) and characteristics of sensor resistance value. replace interface P board of the outdoor unit. Check connector (TD2 sensor: CN503) and characteristics of sensor resistance value. When sensor is normal.

Is the cooling bypass PMV B normal? Yes No Cooling bypass PMV B error. 5. pipe breakage. 4.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1. 2. Operation cause Outdoor unit service valve closed Cooling bypass PMV error TD sensor error Insufficient refrigerant. blockage in pipe Blockage of PMV assembly on the liquid line [A6] Discharge temperature TD1 alarm Are the gas pipe and liquid pipe service valves of the outdoor unit fully open? Yes No Open valves fully. 3. blockage. 14 77 . Are the resistance characteristics of TD1 sensor normal? Yes No Replace TD1 sensor. Is wiring correct? Yes No Correct wiring. Is there a blockage in the PMV assembly on the liquid line? No Yes Replace both the PMVs.) Insufficient refrigerant. (Check miswiring of the outdoor unit according to miswiring check function.

4. 3. blockage in pipe Are the gas pipe and liquid pipe service valves of the outdoor unit fully open? Yes No Open valves fully. Insufficient refrigerant. Are the resistance characteristics of TS sensor normal? Yes No Replace TS sensor. Is there a blockage in the PMV assembly on the liquid line? No Yes Replace both the PMVs. 2. pipe breakage. Check code [AA] Pd sensor alarm Operation cause Pd sensor output voltage alarm 14 If there is an abnormal output voltage of Pd sensor: Check connector circuit (Pd sensor: CN501) and output voltage of the sensor. blockage. 78 . . Operation cause Outdoor unit service valve closed Blockage PMV assembly on the liquid line TS sensor error Insufficient refrigerant. If the sensor is normal. replace the outdoor interface P board.C.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [A7] TS condition gas leak detection 1.

Modify wiring. Connector misconnection of Pd/Ps sensors 2. Pd sensor: CN501 Ps sensor: CN500 ] Are the output voltage characteristics of Pd sensor/Ps sensor normal? Yes No Sensor error Is the wiring of compressor normal? No Yes Are the pressure characteristics normal when compressor is operating? No Yes Check the interface board. Compressor inverse operation. compressor error Is the pipe connection position of Pd sensor/Ps sensor correct? Yes No [ Check connection. Pd/Ps sensor error 3. 14 79 .Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [Ab] Pressure sensor misconnection Operation cause 1. Check compressor.

Check power supply wiring. Check code [AF] Phase order alarm Operation cause Abnormal power phase order or missing phase of power supply to the outdoor unit There is an abnormal power phase order or missing phase of power supply to the outdoor unit.) 14 Insufficient refrigerant. 6. 3. (Check miswiring of the outdoor unit according to miswiring check function. 2. 5.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1. blockage. Is there a blockage in the PMV assembly on the liquid line? No Yes Replace both the PMVs. Is the cooling bypass PMV B normal? Yes No Cooling bypass PMV B error Are the resistance characteristics of TD1 sensor normal? Yes No Replace TD1 sensor. Operation cause Outdoor unit service valve closed Cooling bypass PMV error TD1 sensor error Insufficient refrigerant. Is the wiring correct? Yes No Set normal wiring. blockage in pipe Blockage of indoor filter Blockage of PMV assembly on the liquid line [AE] TD1 condition gas leak detection Are the gas pipe and liquid pipe service valves of the outdoor unit fully open? Yes No Open valves fully. pipe breakage. 80 . 4.

Is the external device connected to connector CN17? Yes No Check indoor P board. Compressor error Check connection. Check code [b5] Indoor outside input alarm [b6] Indoor outside interlock Operation cause 1. Is the external device operating normally? Yes No Check external device. Ps sensor connection error 3. If defective. replace.C.95MPa during operation of compressor? Yes No Check compressor.C. replace. replace the indoor P board. Indoor P board error .C.C. Check connector (CN23) and output voltage of the sensor. 81 .Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [b4] Ps sensor alarm Operation cause 1. . . If defective. If the sensor is normal. Check interface P board. Check code [b9] Indoor pressure sensor alarm Operation cause Output voltage error of indoor pressure sensor There is an abnormal output voltage of indoor pressure sensor. . Ps sensor error 2. Pd sensor: CN501 Ps sensor: CN500 Are Pd sensor/Ps sensor correctly connected? Yes No [ ] Are the output voltage characteristics of Ps sensor normal? Yes No Sensor error Is the low-pressure below 0. External device error 2. 14 Check cause of the operation.

Operation cause Outdoor unit service valve closed Cooling bypass PMV error TD sensor error Insufficient refrigerant. 82 . 5. pipe breakage. blockage. Is the wiring correct? Yes No Set normal wiring. (Check miswiring of the outdoor unit according to miswiring check function. 2. blockage in pipe Blockage of PMV assembly on the liquid line [bb] Discharge temperature TD2 alarm Are the gas pipe and liquid pipe service valves of the outdoor unit fully open? Yes No Open valves fully. Is the cooling bypass PMV B normal? Yes No Cooling bypass PMV B error Are the resistance characteristics of TD2 sensor normal? Yes No Replace TD2 sensor. Is there a blockage in the PMV assembly on the liquid line? No Yes Replace both the PMVs. 3. 4.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1.) 14 Insufficient refrigerant.

2. Operation cause Mg-SW contact deposit protective operation TD sensor error Pd sensor/Ps sensor error Insufficient refrigerant. Are the resistance value characteristics of TD sensor normal? Yes No Sensor error Are the output voltage characteristics of Pd sensor/Ps sensor normal? Yes No Sensor error Insufficient refrigerant. 3.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [bd] Mg-SW protective operation 1. 4. and replace Mg-SW. blockage 14 83 . blockage in pipe Is the Mg-SW contact faulty? No Yes Turn off the power supply.

Motor Yes No Repair defective part. 7. Capacitor 3. Check indoor P board.C. 14 Yes No Is the wiring correct? Yes Set normal wiring.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1. 5. Is SV2 bypass circuit normal? No Modify SV2 bypass circuit. Connection 2. Are the characteristics of low-pressure sensor normal? Yes No Replace low-pressure sensor. 6. If defective. (Check miswiring of the outdoor unit according to miswiring check function. 84 . Operation cause Ps sensor error Service valve closed Indoor fan capacitor error Indoor/outdoor PMV blockage Indoor heat exchanger blockage SV2 circuit Incorrect wiring of communication cable between indoor and outdoor units [bE] Low-pressure protective operation No Does the indoor fan operate? Yes Are the following items related to indoor fan motor normal? 1. Is there a blockage on the indoor filter or heat exchanger? No Yes Clean or remove blockage. Are the gas pipe and liquid pipe service valves of the outdoor unit fully open? Yes No Open valves fully. 3. 4. . blockage. pipe breakage. 2.) Insufficient refrigerant. replace.

OFF: Server/ON: Master (Automatic setup for inverter outdoor unit) 14 85 . Defective outdoor interface P board . No Check interface P board.(*1)] Yes Set only one unit as master.C. turn off all source power.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [d1] Master outdoor unit setup alarm Operation cause 1. ( *1) Setup of outdoor unit at center position (SW08 bit 2 setup on outdoor interface P board) .C. No. Are there multiple inverter outdoor units connected? No Yes Set only one inverter outdoor unit per system. of connected inverter outdoor units 2.C. each unit. . Is setup of the master outdoor units at center position duplicated? [Set SW08 bit 2 on interface P board of .C. and then restart the operation. Incorrect setup of master outdoor unit 3.

C. If sensor is normal. replace the outdoor interface P board. Check code [d6] TK3 sensor alarm Operation cause TK3 sensor open/short Open/short of TK3 was detected. sensor incorporated in IGBT (Inverter Gate Bi-Polar Transistor) There is an error with the temp. .C. Check code [d5] TK2 sensor alarm Operation cause TK2 sensor open/short 14 Open/short of TK2 was detected. Check code [d4] TK1 sensor alarm Operation cause TK1 sensor open/short Open/short of TK1 was detected. replace the outdoor interface P board.C. and check it according to the diagnostic procedure for each check code. If sensor is normal. replace IPDU P board. . 86 . Check code [d3] TH sensor alarm Operation cause Error of temp.C. If there is no problem. . sensor incorporated in IGBT. Check connectors CN07 on IPDU P board and CN600 on interface P board. Check connection (TK2 sensor: CN515) and resistance value characteristics of the sensor. .C. If sensor is normal.C. . replace the outdoor interface P board. Check connection (TK1 sensor: CN516) and resistance value characteristics of the sensor. Check connection (TK3 sensor: CN507) and resistance value characteristics of the sensor. .Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [d2] Server outdoor alarm Operation cause Defective slave outdoor unit An error occurs in the slave outdoor unit. Confirm the check code of the slave unit.

strainer)? No blockage Yes Replace defective part. reset the power source. Are TK1 and TK2 sensors correctly connected? Yes No [ (*1) Is there a 2-way valve leakage (SV3A. and start the operation. No Leakage/Blockage (*2) Is there a blockage in the oil return circuit of oil separator (Capillary. SV3C valves error 6. No Replace defective part. and start the operation. Compressor case oil removal valve closed 3. Blockage in oil tank circuit [d7] Protection of low oil level detection Are balancing pipe valves of all outdoor units fully open? Yes No Open balancing pipe valve fully. Is the compressor case oil removal valve fully open? Yes No Open compressor case oil removal valve fully. SVA3.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code Operation cause 1. SV3C)? No blockage Yes Replace defective part. Refrigerant stagnation in compressor case 5. Balancing pipe valve (all outdoor units in the connecting line) closed 2. 14 Is there blockage in 2-way valve of all outdoor units in the connecting line (SV3A. 87 . Replace oil tank circuit. Miswiring of TK1 sensor/TK2 sensor 4. SV3B. and then start the operation. Check refrigerant stagnation in compressor case. Blockage in oil return circuit of oil separator 7.reset power supply. reset power supply. SV3C) or blockage (SV3B)? Yes Check connector Pd sensor: CN516 Ps sensor: CN515 ] Is there refrigerant stagnation in compressor case? Yes Refrigerant stagnation is detected.

7 segment display 2. start a trial operation. Replace SV3A coil. Check temperature of oil circuit during operation of outdoor unit.C. Remove SV3C valve coil. 3. resistance value characteristics error Modify sensor mounting. respectively. Remove SV3A coil. reset the (D) power supply. TK1 sensor: CN516 TK2 sensor: CN515 TK3 sensor: CN507 [ ] Sensor error. 14 Check code [d8] TK1 temperature detection circuit alarm Is TK1 sensor out of place? No Is there miswiring of TK1/TK2/TK3 sensor? No Is resistance value characteristics of TK1 sensor normal? No Check interface P board. ¡ When temperature is high (equivalent to discharge temp.. 8. etc. In case of judgment result “A1” ¡ Oil level is insufficient. After operation for several minutes. leakage occurs from SV3A valve. After operation for several minutes.). 7. sensor Compressor Replace SV3C coil. ¡ When temperature is low (equivalent to suction temp. Check the 7 segment display of the interface P board. When operation has started "OL" "– –" During detection of oil level "OL" "FF" or "Numeral" 1/16/1. Replace blocked part. Start a trial operation under condition that AC220V–240V-power is and to SV3B valve is connected. blockage occurs in SV3B valve or strainer. Set SW01/SW02/SW03 on interface P board to . In case of judgment result “A0” ¡ Oil level is adequate. Resume the operation. ¡ If temperature is low. (C) Oil 5.). Check the following items. check Balancing pipe valve temperature at secondary side of SV3A valve (B). . leakage occurs Check Strainer joint TK2 from SV3C valve. 9. check Capillary TK1 sensor Oil strainer temperature at secondary side of SV3C separator Strainer valve (A). Judgement result of oil level "OL" "AO" or "A1" . Using charge hose.C. After operation for several minutes.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code ( *1) 2-way valve leakage/blockage check procedure 1.C. and start the trial operation. Strainer 6. 88 . Capillary ¡ When temperature is high (Equivalent Accumulator (A) to discharge temp. Replace blocked part. miswiring. connect the check joint of gas pipe (D) and the charge port of balancing pipe. check temperature at secondary side of SV3B valve (C). ( *2) Blockage check procedure for oil return circuit of oil separator 1. and start a Check SV3B tank Check valve Oil valve SV3A trial operation under condition that valve removal valve valve Strainer AC220V–240V-power is on and SV3C valve Check valve (B) is connected.). After resetting the power supply. Check joint SV3C Valve 4. Modify miswiring. Yes Yes Yes Operation cause TK1 sensor out of place. clogging occurs in capillary or strainer.

Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [d9] TK2 temperature detection circuit alarm Operation cause 1. Leakage/blockage Check interface P board. resistance value characteristics error 2. miswiring. Oil tank peripheral circuit error Check valve leakage Capillary blockage Strainer blockage [ ] Is TK2 sensor out of place? No Yes Modify sensor mounting. Is TK2 sensor in contact with discharge pipe? No Yes Correct the pipe so that the TK2 sensor circuit does not touch the discharge pipe. 14 89 . Is there a miswiring of TK1/TK2/TK3 sensor? No Yes [ Modify miswiring. . TK2 sensor out of place.C. Is there a leakage or blockage in the peripheral circuit of the oil tank?(*1) Yes Replace leaked/blockage part. TK1 sensor: CN516 TK2 sensor: CN515 TK3 sensor: CN507 ] Is the resistance value characteristics of TK2 sensor normal? Yes No Sensor error.

14 90 . Check temperature either side of (C). check whether leakage Strainer Strainer occurs in the check valve (two positions) Balancing pipe valve of pipe connecting the oil tank and compressor case. Check valve 6. replace removal valve valve valve the part. During operation. Resume the operation.( *1) Oil tank peripheral circuit leakage/blockage check procedure 1. ¡ If leakage is found. valve is (C) not blocked. (A) (B) Capillary 5. Check joint SV3C Valve TK1 sensor strainer Oil Capillary 4. Check the following items. Set SW01/SW02/SW03 on interface P board to 1/16/1. . When operation has started During detection of oil level Judgement result of oil level 7 segment display "OL" "– –" "OL" "FF" or "Numeral" "OL" "AO" "A1" or "A4" In case of judgment result “A0” “A1” ¡ Oil level is adequate. Start a trial operation. 3. In case of judgment result “A4” ¡ Possibility of oil tank circuit leakage/blockage is considered. . respectively.) Check ¡ When temperature is high (equivalent to TK2 joint sensor Compressor discharge temperature at (B)). 2. Check the 7 segment display of the interface P board. After resetting the power supply. start a trial operation.C. After operation for several minutes check the Accumulator temperature at the secondary side of SV3C (A. Oil Check SV3B (C) tank valve Oil valve SV3A Check ¡ If blocked part is found. replace the part.C. confirm that separator Strainer AC220V–240V-power is on to SV3C valve.

C. Check inverter P board. for example wiring to the inverter compressor or connector connection. 14 91 .C. Is outdoor fan normal? Yes No Check fan and fan motor.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1. 2. Yes No Check the circuit wiring.C. . No Yes Tighten screws. 4. Is the wiring connector connection normal on the inverter P board? . 5. 3. [dA] Abnormal overheat of heat sink Is power supply voltage normal? Yes No Check power supply. Is there a screw loose on the IGBT module or heat sink on inverter P board? .C. Operation cause Power supply failure Outdoor fan error Heat sink installation failure Blockage of heat sink cooling duct Defective inverter P board . Is there a blockage in the heat sink cooling duct? No Yes Remove blockage.

. 2. Blockage in SV3C valve 2. After operation for several minutes check Accumulator the temperature at the secondary side of Strainer Check TK2 joint SV3C (A). TK1 sensor: CN516 TK2 sensor: CN515 TK3 sensor: CN507 ] Is the resistance value characteristics of TK1/TK2 sensor normal? Yes No Sensor error. Check the 7 segment display of interface P board. SV3C Valve TK1 sensor Oil strainer Capillary 4. Check interface P board. After resetting the power supply. replace valve the part. confirm that separator Strainer (A) (B) AC220V–240V-power is on to SV3C valve. 3. Is the connection of SV3C valve coil and the coil unit normal? No Yes Is there blockage in SV3C? No blockage Yes Replace blocked part. respectively. valve valve Strainer Check ¡ If blocked part is found.C. In case of judgment result “A3” ¡ Possibility of SV3C valve circuit blockage is considered. Balancing pipe valve Strainer 92 .C. Check joint Check the following items. Modify coil connection. (SV3C: CN314) Coil error ¡ Replace the coil. Start a trial operation. Resume the operation. start a trial operation. ( *1) SV3C valve blockage check procedure 1. . sensor Compressor ¡ When temperature is high (equivalent Oil Check to discharge temperature at (B)). valve SV3B tank Check valve Oil valve SV3A valve removal is not blocked.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [db] Oil level detection circuit blockage detection Operation cause 1. Blockage in SV3C valve circuit Is there miswiring of TK1/TK2/TK3 sensor? No Yes [ Modify miswiring. Set SW01/SW02/SW03 on interface P board to 1/16/1.C. . Capillary 5. When operation has started During detection of oil level Judgement result of oil level 7 segment display "OL" "– –" "OL" "FF" or "Numeral" "OL" "AO" "A1" or "A3" 14 In case of judgment result “A0” “A1” ¡ Oil level is adequate.

43°C or more) No Yes The protective stop is due to operation in high ambient temperature. check the temperature at secondary side of SV3C valve (A). TK1 sensor (A) SV3C Valve strainer Check joint Oil separator Capillary Strainer Capillary Accumulator Strainer TK2 sensor Check joint Compressor Check valve SV3B valve Strainer SV3A valve Oil tank Check valve 14 Check valve Oil removal valve Balancing pipe valve Strainer 93 . Remove SV3C coil and start a trial operation. 2. SV3C valve leakage 2. Is there a leakage of SV3C valve? (*1) No leakage Yes Is it an operation in high ambient temperature? (Outside temp. ¡ If the temperature is high (equivalent to discharge temperature). and start the operation. . Replace SV3C valve. During operation. Replace SV3C valve. ( *1) SV3C valve leakage check procedure 1. Clear the alarm.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [dC] Oil level detection circuit leakage detection Operation cause 1.C. Outdoor unit operation in high external temperatures Is the resistance value characteristics of TK1 sensor normal? Yes No Sensor error. leakage from SV3C valve is considered. Check interface P board. TK1 sensor resistance value characteristics error 3.

5. . 3.C. 2. 14 Is there a blockage in the capillary between the gas pipe and the heat exchanger liquid line? No blockage Yes Replace capillary. Check interface P board. 4.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [dd] Outdoor refrigerant leakage detection 1. Operation cause Leakage of PMV assembly on the liquid line Pd sensor/Ps sensor error Blockage in SV2 valve circuit Blockage in SV3B valve circuit Blockage in capillary of bypass between gas pipe and heat exchanger line Is there a blockage in the PMV assembly on the liquid line? No Yes Replace both the PMVs. Are the characteristics of Pd sensor/Ps sensor output voltage normal? Yes No Pd sensor/Ps sensor error. Is there a blockage in SV3B valve circuit? No blockage Yes Replace blocked part. Is SV2 valve coil normally connected? Yes No Check connection (SV2: CN312) Is there a blockage in SV2 valve circuit? No blockage Yes Replace SV2 valve. 94 .

C.C. When the address is defined. Operation cause Indoor unit in automatic addressing mode Indoor unit P board setup error . Outdoor unit in automatic addressing mode 2. Check the following items. However. the operation is automatically reset. Communication noise interference While this check code is displayed. 4.C. However. Defective indoor unit interface P board . • Fault check of outdoor unit interface P board . if the check code does not disappear 20 minutes after the power source was turned on. • Fault check of indoor unit P board .Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [dE] Indoor address undefined 1. wait for a moment. Communication noise interference While this check code is displayed.C. Defective indoor unit P board . wait for a moment.C. the operation is automatically reset. a fault is considered. Check code [dF] Outdoor address undefined Operation cause 1. a fault is considered. if the check code does not disappear 20 minutes after the power source was turned on. 3. 3. Check the following items. • Source check of communication noise interference between outdoor units 14 95 . When the address is defined. 2.C. • Source check of communication noise interference • Incorrect setup of jumper options on indoor unit P board .

7. 96 . No Are the characteristics of high-pressure sensor normal? Yes Replace high-pressure sensor. Refrigerant over-charge [E1]: High-pressure SW system error compressor 1 side [F0]: High-pressure SW system error compressor 2 side Does the fixed-speed high-pressure SW operate? Yes Are the fixed-speed highpressure SW parts normal? Yes Check parts. 3. 4. If defective. Is service valve fully open? Yes Open service valve fully. replace.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1. See the judgment code of fixed-speed IOL. replace. 8. OL circuits "E6" "F1". capacitor error Indoor/Outdoor PMV blockage Outdoor heat exchanger blockage SV2 circuit blockage Miswiring of communication between indoor and outdoor units 9. 6. 2. OL circuits "E6" "F1". No 14 Repair failed position.C. No Is fixed-speed OCR circuit normal? Yes Does outdoor fan operate? Yes No No No Is fixed-speed IOL circuit normal? Yes No No [E1] Fixed-speed high-pressure SW system alarm (1) [F0] Fixed-speed high-pressure SW system alarm (2) See the judgment code of fixed-speed IOL. . Is the outdoor heat exchanger blocked or is a short circuit evident? No Yes Eliminate cause. If defective. Refrigerant over charge Blockage Pipe breakage Abnormal overload Check outdoor interface P board. 5. No Is the capacitor and fan motor normal? Yes Is the circuit wiring normal? Yes Check and correct wiring. Operation cause Fixed-speed compressor high-pressure SW error Fixed-speed compressor IOL operation Service valve closed Outdoor fan. Pd sensor error 10.

Wiring 3. 4.Connector 2. 3.) Insufficient refrigerant. Are the gas pipe and liquid pipe service valves of the outdoor unit fully open? Yes No Open valves fully. Yes No Repair IOL circuit.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code 1. 14 97 . Is the cooling bypass PMV B normal? Yes No Cooling bypass PMV B error Is wiring correct? Yes No Set normal wiring. 2. (Check miswiring of the outdoor unit according to miswiring check function. blockage. Operation cause Inverter IOL operation Service valve closed Cooling bypass PMV error Miswiring of communication between indoor and outdoor units [E5] Inverter IOL operation Is the IOL circuit normal? 1.Outdoor P board .C. pipe breakage.

(Check miswiring of the outdoor unit according to miswiring check function. pipe breakage. Is constant speed compressor normal? 1. Phase missing. Yes No Repair IOL circuit. 2. (Manual reset) No Yes Check the following: 1. and service valve of the outdoor unit fully open? Yes No No 14 Is the cooling bypass PMV B normal? Yes No Overload operation. Power supply voltage is 380/400/415V 2. Yes Are gas pipe. No Is Mg-SW faulty? No Replace Mg-SW. liquid pipe. Replace fixed-speed compressor. 98 . 5. shortcircuit of fixed-speed compressor power supply Yes No Repair power supply. OL system alarm (2) 1. Operation cause Power supply error Fixed-speed compressor IOL operation Service valve closed Blockage in indoor/outdoor PMV Miswiring of communication between indoor and outdoor units [E6]: IOL operation circuit error compressor 1 side [F1]: IOL operation circuit error compressor 2 side Does OCR operate? Check the OCR reset button. Is OCR circuit normal? 1. OL system alarm (1) [F1] Fixed-speed IOL. Is wiring normal? Yes No Correct wiring. Is compressor winding normal? 2. liquid compression Cooling bypass PMV B error Is IOL circuit normal? 1. blockage.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Check code [E6] Fixed-speed IOL.Wiring 3.Outdoor P board .) Insufficient refrigerant.OCR wiring Yes Repair OCR circuit.OCR unit 2. Is compressor locked? Yes Open valves fully.C. 3. 4.Connector 2.

SW02 [1]. and check the code on the 7 segment display. . check the following items. SW02. SW03 [1]) (2) Confirm the check code. (3) If [U1] [d2] is displayed on the 7 segment display.C. 7 segment display A 7 segment display B MMC-1334 CPU SW04 SW05 SW03 SW02 SW08 2 1 2 1 position position position position SW01 D716 D717 D714 D715 7 segment 7 segment LED (A) LED (B) Check Procedure when Emergency Stop has Occurred When the system has stopped due to an error of the outdoor unit. Open the panel of the unit of which the fan operated.C. (4) Implement check operation according to the Troubleshooting guide for each check code. and SW03) on the P board. A 7 segment LED to check the operation status is provided on the interface control P board. A check code is displayed at the right side of the 7 segment display.Troubleshooting Diagnostic Procedure for Check Code Segment Display Function Outdoor unit 7 segment display (Interface P board) . an error occurs on the fixed-speed outdoor unit. and check the 7 segment display. [U1] [nn] (nn: Check code) (Switch setup when checking the check code: SW01 [1].C. The display contents can be selected by combining the setup numbers of the rotary switches (SW01. . and implement check operation according to the Troubleshooting guide for each check code. Only the outdoor fan in which error occurred operates. Push the push-switch SW04 of the inverter outdoor unit for several seconds. 14 99 . (1) Remove lower painted panel and electrical cover on the inverter outdoor unit.

1) Returns oil supplied in the balancing pipe to the compressor.) Check valve Check valve 1) Protects counter pressure when the inverter compressor is operating and the fixed for discharge speed compressor stops. 2) Deflates gas in discharge pipe. system. 3. Low pressure sensor (CN500) Balancing pipe (Connector: Red) 1) Used to detect high pressure. 4) Reduces pressure after pressure has been applied to inside of the oil tank. SV3C (CN314) 4.Troubleshooting Description of Functional Parts Functional part Solenoid valve 1. 3) Gas balancing in STOP time. TE1(CN505) Used for fan control and to detect heat exchanger defrost requirement. (TK3) 4. 2. 3) Supplies oil directly to the balancing pipe when the valve is open and pressure is applied. 2) Supplies the gathered oil to the balancing pipe during ON time when pressure is applied to inside of the oil tank. and control the fan in cooling low ambient conditions. 3) Low-pressure balancing pipe function to secure pressure difference when check valve of every outdoor unit aligned on a circuit in parallel are inverted. 2) Detects oil level with temp. and control the capacity of the compressor. (Protects liquid stagnation in discharge pipe. 1) Applies pressure to inside the oil tank during ON time. TK1(CN516) (TK1: Connector: Black. 1) Early protection of oil level down (Decreases flow-out of discharge oil to cycle) 1. SV2 (CN312) 5. TD2: Connector: White) TD2(CN503) 1) Used to protect discharge temperature from the compressor. which recovers the liquid refrigerant stagnated in any stand-by outdoor unit. (Connector: Blue) 1) In cooling operation. TD1(CN502) (TD1: Connector: Red. it is used to detect high pressure. Pulse motor valve Oil separator Temp. TK2) TK3(CN507) 2) Used to detect dilution status of oil. 2) Low-pressure bypass function between outdoor units. Pressure sensor 1. High pressure sensor (CN501) 2. SV3B (CN313) 3. (Hot gas bypass) 1) Low-pressure release valve. TS1(CN504) (Connector: White) 1) Used to control cooling bypass for releasing discharge temperature. SV3A (CN312) Functional outline 1) Accumulates oil from the compressor to the oil tank when the valve is shut. (Compressor case bypass) 1) Maintains oil viscosity. TK3: Connector: Green) TK2(CN515) 1) Used to detect oil level judgment. (TK1. (Shared function with SV41/SV42 valve) 1. SV41/SV42 (Activation compensating valve for fixed-speed compressor) (CN311) 1) For activation of gas balance. (To protect reduction of low pressure) 2) Protects liquid refrigerant gathering in accumulator. 2. PMVB (Cooling bypass) (Connector CN302 Red) 1) Liquid bypass proportional control function for releasing discharge temperature 2) Releases low pressure. 2) In cooling operation. and compressor capacity. sensor 14 100 . it is used to detect low pressure. TK2: Connector: Blue. 1) Oil supply path for balancing oil of each outdoor unit. 2) Used to control cooling bypass for releasing discharge temperature. 2) Super-heat is controlled by monitoring low pressure during heating operation. 2) Decreases activation load when fixed-speed compressor is activated.

In a system in which two or more outdoor units are connected.C. fan system parts. . set DIP switch (SW06) on the interface P board.C.Backup Operation Emergency Operation When One Compressor has Failed (Backup Setup of Compressor) Outline When one of two compressors installed in the outdoor unit fails.C.1 compressor (INV) (Front left compressor) has failed No. 15 101 . electric part system. inverter P board.). TS. occurs. turn off the source power of all the outdoor units which are connected to the system. take the following action if emergency operation by another normal compressor is possible. * NOTE 2: For the emergency operation when the failed compressor is an inverter. such as one of the following cases. According to the following table. sensor (TD1. In this instance refer to the “Emergency Operation when an outdoor unit has failed” section. etc. etc. Table Switch setup in compressor backup SW06 Bit 1 Initial setup at shipment from factory No.) Work procedure (1) First. . TD2. (Another error in the outdoor unit may be caused. (1) Fault of compressor (Short or when one compressor is not operating) (2) Fault of pressure sensor (Pd. interface P board. the capacity control is performed by ON/OFF control of fixed-speed compressor. TE. . When an Outdoor Unit has Failed In this air conditioner. TK3) (3) Fault of refrigerating cycle parts. CAUTION: Emergency operation should only be completed on 1 outdoor unit per system.2 compressor (FIX) (Front right compressor) has failed OFF ON OFF Bit 2 OFF OFF ON Bit 3 OFF OFF OFF Bit 4 OFF OFF OFF (3) Backup setup is now complete. backup operation is permissible to both an inverter unit and a fixed-speed unit when an outdoor unit has failed. * NOTE 1: In the case of single compressor installed unit (6HP). * NOTE 3: When motor winding of the compressor fails (Short. do not set backup of the compressor because deterioration of oil will occur. Turn on the source power of all the outdoor units. backup operation by one compressor is unavailable. (2) The following works are performed to the outdoor unit of which the compressor failed. TK1. TK2. perform the emergency operation for failure of outdoor unit when alarm mode. Ps)/fault of temp.

][r ][C ][L ] is displayed on the 7 segment LED for 5 seconds.C.1]/SW02 to [No.][1 ][8 ][d ] is displayed on the 7 segment LED of the interface P board. (4) Then. 15 102 . The operation then starts by a command from the indoor unit. (Turn on crank case heater) (3) Perform the following works for the inverter unit.Backup Operation Emergency Operation Fault in fixed-speed unit (Backup of slave outdoor unit) Outline When a fixed-speed unit connected to the system fails. c. If [U. [E. and then perform emergency operation on the inverter unit and other fixed-speed units. a. (2) The following works are performed to the failed fixed-speed unit. Works to the failed fixed-speed unit are complete.C. 3) Set operation permission of outdoor unit backup operation (alarm clear setup). After [E. 2) If refrigerant leakage occurs on PMVB. push-switch SW04 pushed for 5 seconds or more. Works to the failed fixed-speed unit are complete. and work is complete. d. SW03 to [No. Work procedure (1) First. turn on the source power to protect the compressor. 1) Set DIP SW 07/Bit 3 on the interface P board to ON. keep the source power OFF. (Setup to correct oil recovery capacity) 2) Turn on the source power of each outdoor unit. emergency process is complete.2].16]/SW01 to [No. .C.C. c.1]/SW02 to [No.1]/SW01 to [No. Then. close service valve of the liquid pipes. 5) [In case of fault of other cycle part system] a. . set SW03 to [No. it is normal. firstly perform emergency process according to the following work procedure. (Fully close by turning clockwise) 3) Check service valve of the balancing pipe is open fully (fully open by turning counterclockwise). 4) [In case of fault of compressor/fault of electric part system] a. Then. b. turn off the source power of all the outdoor units which are connected to the system.][1 ][ ][ ] is displayed on the 7 segment LED. b.][r ][ ][ ] is displayed on the 7 segment LED of the interface P board. [No.1]. After [U.C. b. Set rotary switches on the interface P board.1]/SW02 to .1]/SW01 to [No. 1) Close service valve of gas pipe fully (fully close by turning clockwise). Remove BUS-1 communication connector (BLU)[CN601] on the interface P board. . Set SW03 to [No. keep .1].

select it as the master outdoor unit. 2) When two or more fixed-speed units are connected. The central management remote controller can be used as normal. (Turn on winding heater) d. The removed "Short-circuit connector" is used for the fixed-speed unit. (4) Perform the following works for the fixed-speed unit selected as the master outdoor unit. Set DIP SW06/Bit 1.C. 1) Insert "Short-circuit connector" into [CN604] on the interface P board. 4)) 2) Set DIP SW07/Bit 3 on the interface P board to ON. Work procedure (1) First. (Fully open by turning counterclockwise) 4) Remove "Short-circuit connector" connected to [CN604] on the interface P board. turn off the source power of all the outdoor units which are connected to the system.C. When central management remote controller is connected to the inverter unit.Backup Operation Emergency Operation Fault of inverter unit (Backup setup of Master outdoor unit) Outline When an inverter unit fails. The operation then starts by a command from the indoor unit. and then perform emergency operation by a fixed-speed unit only. . (6) Emergency process is complete. Then.C. (Described in item (4) below. the central management remote controller cannot be used.) 5) [In case of fault of compressor/fault of electric part system] a. Then. 2. Failed inverter work is complete. . 1) Close service valve of gas pipe fully. 4 on the interface P board to ON.C. close the service valve of the liquid pipe fully. 15 103 . 1) When only one fixed-speed unit is connected. (Setup to correct oil recovery capacity) 3) Set DIP SW08/Bit 2 on the interface P board to ON. Works to the failed inverter unit is complete. (Fully close by turning clockwise) 2) If refrigerant leakage occurs on PMVB. 6) [In case of fault of other cycle part system] a.C. 3. (Fully close by turning clockwise) 3) Check service valve of the balancing pipe is opened fully. c. . (2) The following works are performed to the failed inverter unit. select one connected to the nearest position of the inverter unit as the master outdoor unit. . (Setup to select master outdoor unit) (5) Turn on the source power of each outdoor unit. keep the source power OFF. b. (3) Select a master outdoor unit among the fixed-speed units according to the following reference. . turn on the source power to protect the compressor. firstly perform emergency process according to the following work procedure. c. (LED display changes to U0) b. (One removed from the inverter unit as (2).

turn off the source power of all the outdoor units which are connected to the system. this function is used to perform emergency operation quickly. If the fault is a compressor insulation error. When the interface or electric circuit system fails. the following works are common specifications. close the service valve of the liquid pipe fully.C. 2) If refrigerant leakage occurred on PMVB. Work procedure (1) First. (Even if the failed outdoor unit is the inverter unit or fixed-speed unit. . 15 104 . etc. The operation then starts by a command from the indoor unit. disconnect the lead wire of the compressor previously before work. (2) The following works are performed to the failed outdoor unit.Backup Operation Emergency Operation Outdoor backup setup in cooling season (Simple setting method) Outline When either inverter unit or fixed-speed unit fails during cooling season.) 1) Set DIP SW06/Bit 1 and Bit 2 on the interface P board to ON. refer to “When outdoor unit has failed” section.. emergency operation by this setup cannot be performed. (Fully close by turning clockwise) (3) Turn on source power of each outdoor unit. In this case. (4) Emergency process is complete.

When [db] occurred. TK2 temp. When [d8] occurred. sensor location error. etc. When [d7]. change at both the oil tank primary side and secondary side was not detected while oil level detection control was implemented. detection was judged as an error. check according to the check items. detection circuit alarm Oil level detection circuit blockage detection Oil level detection circuit Judgment Oil level shortage status has been detected continuously for approx. Oil level judgment result .. If this judgment continues.Forced Function of Oil Level Detection Outdoor Unit The oil level detection control can be forcibly implemented by a switch on the interface P board of the outdoor unit. Oil level detection circuit (SV3C valve) was judged as blockage. check according to the check items. [dC] occurred. Temp. Operation starts ¡ [OL] [– –] 3) Push the push-switch Counted down every 10 seconds from [OL] [1F] During operation ¡ SW04 for 2 seconds. perform the following checks. the system stops for protection.C. check according to the check items. If this judgment continues. the system stops for protection. Temp. Operation procedure 1) Start the trial operation after alarm was cleared. cause such as sensor error. is high (50°C or more) and was continuously detected. connection error. change at the oil tank primary side was not detected while oil level detection control was implemented. The status of TK1 temp. Oil level was judged as shortage. If this judgment continues. 2 hours while oil equalising control was continuously implemented. for detection 7 segment display of oil level. Temp. execute check even if oil level was judged as adequate. [OL] [FF] Oil level detection control starts ¡ 4) Check the 7 segment During oil level detection counting ¡ Counted up every 1 second from [OL] [01] display on the P board. Peripheral circuits of oil tank SV3C Valve TK1 sensor strainer Check joint Oil separator Capillary Strainer 16 Accumulator Capillary Strainer Check joint Compressor Check valve SV3B valve Strainer TK2 sensor SV3A valve Oil tank Check valve Check valve Oil removal valve Balancing pipe valve Strainer 105 . valve close operation error. the system stops for protection. If [dC] occurred. respectively. TK1 temp. If this judgment continues.C. detection circuit alarm TK2 temp. detection was judged as an error. check according to the check items. 2) Set SW01/SW02/SW03 on the interface P board of the outdoor unit to 1/16/1 . When an error in the oil tank circuit occurs and there is no . change at the oil tank secondary side was not detected while oil level detection control was implemented.C. When [d9] occurred. Oil tank circuit system error Check code d7 d8 d9 db dC Check code name Low oil level detection protection TK1 temp. the system stops for protection. [OL] [A0] [A1] [A2] [A3] [A4] Oil level judgment result Result [A0] [A1] [A2] [A3] [A4] Judgment Oil amount in the compressor is adequate. Check that the operation continues and there is no problem.

This step permits detection of slow leaks.3MPa (3. an airtight test is performed for each divided block. liquid-side and balance valves must all be fully closed.Refrigerant Pipe Installation Leak Test [1] Leak test pressure For Multi Modular System air conditioner systems: 3. check for leakage at connecting points. Check leakage with foaming agent. Connected to Indoor Unit Main pipe HighLowpressure pressure gauge gauge VL VH Gauge manifold Packed valve fully closed (gas side) Inverter Outdoor Unit Brazed Service port Ø6.0MPa (30. 106 . etc. Ensure pressure is applied. or a toxic gas for leak tests. : 3.5MPa (15. Therefore. a flammable gas. The pressure will change by approx. Note that there is a possibility that the nitrogen gas could become mixed into the outdoor unit cycle. • The gas-side.0kg/cm2G) Apply pressure for at least 3 minutes. 1) Indoor side + vertical pipe 2) Indoor side + vertical pipe + outdoor side [3] Leaked position check When a reduction in pressure is detected in STEPS 1 to 3.01MPa (0.0MPa (30kg/cm2G) [2] Test method Supply oxygen free nitrogen (OFN) gas to the system as described. : 1..0kg/cm2G) Apply pressure for 24 hours. Apply pressure gradually in the prescribed steps for the gas. re-tighten the valves (gas-side.1kg/cm2 G) per 1°C. liquid and the balance sides for each individual refrigerant system. No loss of pressure: Pass Loss of pressure: Check for location of leak (Ensure you allow for any change in ambient temperature when the pressure was initially applied and the temperature 24 hours later. liquid-side and balance) before applying pressure. 0.0kg/cm2G) Apply pressure for at least 3 minutes. and perform re-brazing or re-tightening of flare if leakage is detected. CAUTION: Never use oxygen. Check for any loss of pressure.4 Copper pipe Nitrogen gas Packed valve fully closed (balance) Piping at site Connected to other fixed-speed Outdoor Unit STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 : 0.4 Copper pipe Detailed drawing of packed valve To gauge manifold Liquid-side service port Liquid-side packed valve Balance service port Balance packed valve { Gas-side service port Gas-side packed valve To main unit To main unit Piping at site To main unit Piping at site Fully closed Fully closed Reducing valve Service port Packed valve fully closed (liquid side) Ø6.) 17 NOTES: If piping is long.

During this time. (4) If vacuuming does not reach –755mmHg or below even after vacuuming for 2 hours or more. 17 107 .Refrigerant Pipe Installation Vacuuming (1) After the airtight test. Be sure to perform vacuuming at liquid. gas. check for leakage. (6) After the above procedure of vacuuming has completed. (3) Perform vacuuming for 2 or 3 hours. Close VL and VH on the gauge manifold fully. and connect a vacuum pump as shown in the following figure. Connect a gauge manifold to the service ports at liquid. stop the vacuum pump. discharge nitrogen gas. After 1 hour check the vacuum gauge reading has not change. gas and balance sides. and balance sides. If there is a change. Check for leak. fully close valves. replace the vacuum pump with a refrigerant cylinder. If vacuuming still does not reach –755mmHg after 3 hours. HighLowpressure pressure gauge gauge VL VH Gauge manifold Connected to Indoor Unit Main pipe Packed valve fully closed (gas side) Inverter Outdoor Unit Detailed drawing of packed valve Brazed Service port To gauge manifold Liquid-side service port Liquid-side packed valve Balance service port Balance packed valve { Gas-side service port Gas-side packed valve To main unit To main unit Piping at site Piping at site Fully closed Fully closed Service port Packed valve fully closed (liquid side) Vacuum pump To main unit Packed valve fully closed (balance) Piping at site Connected to other fixed-speed Outdoor Unit (2) Use a vacuum pump with a large displacement so that the vacuum will achieve below –755mmHg. and balance sides are fully closed. check that all packed valves at liquid. perform vacuuming for a futher hour. there may be a leak. and advance to additional refrigerant charging work. though time requirement differs due to pipe length. gas. (5) When vacuuming reaches –755mmHg or below after vacuuming.

2mm-diameter liquid-side pipe Example of calculation MM-A0224HT Ø9.26kg 108 .0 9.7 (30m) Ø9.030kg/m) + (54m x 0.4 (5m) 028 056 028 17 Liquid pipe: Ø6.5 (5m) Liquid pipe Ø12.115kg/m) = 7.5mm-diameter liquid-side pipe L3: Total length (m) of 12.4 = 5 + 5 = 10m Ø9.0 5.7 = 30m R = (10m x 0. Calculation Calculate the additional refrigerant to be added to the system on the basis of the size of the liquid-side pipes in use at the site.5 (10m) Ø9.4 (5m) Ø9.5 (10m) 056 Ø9.5 = 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 4 + 10 = 54m Ø12.5 (10m) Ø6.065kg/m) + (30m x 0. Refrigerant to be added at site = (length of liquid-side pipe) x (additional amount of refrigerant per meter of liquid-side pipe) Additional refrigerant R (kg) = (L1 x 0.5 17. the amount of refrigerant needed for the pipes at the site is not included. and their length. Calculate the additional amount needed.0mm-diameter liquid-side pipe L6: Total length (m) of 22.0 When the system is charged with refrigerant at the factory.4mm-diameter liquid-side pipe L2: Total length (m) of 9.Refrigerant Pipe Installation Charging the System with Additional Refrigerant Calculating the Amount of Additional Refrigerant Required Refrigerant in the System When Shipped from the Factory Outdoor unit Model Charging amount (kg) MM-A0224HT MM-A0280HT MM-A0160HX MM-A0224HX MM-A0280HX 15.7mm-diameter liquid-side pipe L4: Total length (m) of 15.5 (10m) 056 Ø6.5 (10m) Ø9.0 7. and add that amount to the system.030kg/m) L1: Total length (m) of 6.9mm-diameter liquid-side pipe L5: Total length (m) of 19.

5 7.5 5. open the valve VH on the gauge manifold. and open the gas-side packed valve only half way. close the valve VH. (4) Record the amount of additional refrigerant that was added to the system on the nameplate inside the front panel (lower) of the outdoor unit. quickly close the valve VL completely when the system has been charged with the proper amount of additional refrigerant. turn the refrigerant cylinder upright. then open the source valve VH on the cylinder. and open the gas-side packed valve completely. (3) While watching the scales display.) If the proper charging amount cannot be reached. open valve VL. Detailed drawing of packed valve To gauge manifold Liquid pipe Gauge manifold Low High pressure pressure { Service port at gas side Packed valve at gas side To main unit To main unit Piping at site To main unit Piping at site 4.0 Gas pipe Refrigerant bottle Va VL VH Service port Service port at liquid side Packed valve at liquid side Service port at balance side Packed valve at balance side Gas Liquid Indoor Unit Packed valve (Gas side) Scales Refrigerant Outdoor Unit gas Piping at site 17 109 . (2) As shown in the diagram below. and then tighten the hose.Refrigerant Pipe Installation Additional Refrigerant Charging Method (1) Loosely connect the refrigerant cylinder hose to the gauge manifold. (Note that with some types of refrigerant cylinders. Begin the cooling operation. turn the refrigerant cylinder upside down. open the liquid-side and balance packed valves completely. Then close the source valve Va on the cylinder. the liquid refrigerant will be output through siphoning action with the cylinder in the normal upright position. purge the air in the hose. and then charge the liquid side pipe with refrigerant in the liquid state. and then charge the gas-side pipe with refrigerant in the gaseous state.

2 13.510 3.140 1.780 4.150 1.420 3.320 5.540 0.120 8.325 0.640 12.800 Ø9.990 4.040 3.930 0.725 1.330 1.145 2.290 0.150 0.060 4.800 6.280 10.350 1.975 1.510 0.5 2.105 3.140 1.755 1.440 15.900 13.960 0.360 0.790 21.7 3.270 0.950 Ø12.340 2.520 5.300 6.485 4.150 14.060 0.880 Ø19.405 5.410 1.0 0.660 0.450 0.210 17.265 1.560 7.990 3.920 20.365 1.140 7.610 2.180 17.340 19.770 3.600 4.900 2.4 0.380 0.600 7.660 10.800 11.080 21.120 3.040 1.280 2.190 3.750 0.520 2.795 3.590 1.100 2.580 0.270 6.680 10.180 0.460 6.760 18.300 2.310 16.785 6.750 4.000 14.130 0.680 2.405 2.210 0.690 0.700 Ø19.600 16.065 0.835 3.795 2.600 0.715 0.260 1.500 21.630 19.740 8.360 3.540 7.090 6.240 9.880 6.890 6.875 2.870 1.500 9.740 1.050 1.940 5.760 0.210 20.680 1.015 2.340 11.510 5.555 6.410 8.390 0.095 6.175 5.520 10.430 1.950 1.780 11.280 9.120 10.020 15.930 9.230 1.980 8.Refrigerant Pipe Installation Additional Refrigerant Charging Additional refrigerant charging amount reference chart Unit (kg) Actual piping length (m) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Pipe size (Liquid pipe) Ø6.410 7.220 12.300 1.800 3.885 1.920 11.260 10.720 7.260 0.260 1.130 5.530 2.650 1.200 17 110 .440 6.530 23.930 5.080 2.865 5.440 1.980 6.980 8.400 25.650 0.380 1.950 23.450 Ø15.640 16.945 5.445 3.070 15.330 0.610 1.890 17.240 23.570 9.320 13.495 1.455 0.925 2.140 4.370 4.620 5.580 14.185 3.650 6.860 14.190 0.810 0.575 0.220 7.660 22.700 Ø22.770 1.020 16.480 3.690 1.620 1.610 3.9 5.645 2.570 0.210 2.920 1.575 3.110 1.420 15.900 Ø15.660 2.470 18.470 2.940 3.100 10.670 6.325 6.060 12.160 1.300 0.240 0.520 0.805 0.230 0.840 0.780 0.700 10.7 0.820 9.310 9.2 0.105 1.255 4.035 1.350 4.290 1.9 0.370 22.460 0.850 3.710 1.400 17.050 18.840 7.110 24.450 1.030 7.585 0.0 8.900 3.640 3.535 2.260 15.630 0.480 0.080 1.360 8.830 4.170 8.910 4.720 0.345 0.820 24.080 6.170 1.470 1.030 0.5 0.845 0.870 0.760 2.470 2.020 1.560 1.730 15.770 4.690 9.450 15.315 3.235 1.780 0.335 3.220 3.670 6.990 9.570 0.250 3.320 1.960 11.520 1.635 5.060 5.680 3.750 5.715 4.020 13.420 0.860 Ø22.560 1.760 12.415 2.665 2.910 0.195 0.4 0.990 1.550 8.030 2.380 6.090 2.495 1.120 9.370 4.705 3.600 2.790 7.380 3.220 5.055 3.230 3.960 7.530 1.940 11.480 13.565 3.460 5.180 12.180 4.840 1.500 10.390 0.820 1.250 7.830 8.840 1.440 13.120 0.990 3.900 Ø9.025 4.500 1.730 2.740 2.200 4.400 8.955 2.690 0.740 13.115 0.540 11.320 2.275 2.380 1.200 1.860 2.360 11.510 5.420 0.210 6.080 10.170 1.625 1.840 10.600 Actual piping length (m) 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Pipe size (Liquid pipe) Ø6.560 4.290 5.185 2.040 5.070 2.380 11.640 4.830 16.090 0.710 1.900 Ø12.160 14.

in the following table. at liquid side and length of pipe to be connected.2 0. Implement check in sequence according to each flowchart of trial operation procedure. * Ensure you write the check results of trial operation in the check lists 1 and 2. especially installation work. It will be an important document for servicing or maintenance in the future.9 Ø19. Gas side Liquid side Balance side (Indoor unit) (Connecting cables.065 0.5 Ø12. Ensure you write the check results in the check lists 1 and 2. and then implement the trial operation again. at liquid side Standard refrigerant amount (kg/m) Total length of liquid side pipes (m) Ø6. correct Is the branching kit correct? Is the drain water flow sufficient? Is the heat insulation of cables good? Is there no short-circuit of discharge air of indoor/outdoor units? Are vacuuming and addition of refrigerant performed after airtight test of cables? Are the valves fully opened? Check additional amount of refrigerant.) Pipe dia. (The refrigerant amount charged in the outdoor unit is only for the outdoor unit. follow the procedure below.030 0.115 0.4 Ø9.420 X X X X X X = = = = = = Additional refrigerant amount Additional refrigerant amount for each liquid pipe kg kg kg kg kg kg kg 18 111 . CHECK LIST 1 Is the capacity of field fuse adequate? Is the dia. confirm whether there is a fault with the installation work using “Check list 1”.Trial Operation Procedure and Summary of Trial Operation Outline of procedure For a trial operation. Check before trial operation [ [ [ Check the basic items. Type: Shield wire) Cable dia. ] ] ] Implementation of trial operation check (In case of abnormal operation in trial operation) Clear the error End Refer to Troubleshooting to clear the error. and refrigerant for piping is not included. branching kits) (10MΩ or more) (Within 380/400/415V±10%) MΩ or more V for outdoor unit Is the power of indoor units collectively supplied? Outdoor unit Outdoor unit A mm2 Indoor unit Indoor unit A mm2 mm2 (Indoor/Outdoor connecting terminal: PQ. Write the total length of the liquid side pipes for each dia.290 0. Check before trial operation Prior to the trial operation.7 Ø15.0 Ø22. CHECK LIST 2 • Calculate the additional amount of refrigerant from the pipe dia.190 0. of power source cable correct? Is the control transmission line correct? Is the earth grounded? Is the insulation good? Is the voltage good? Is the connecting cable dia. and calculate the additional amount of refrigerant.

Check control P board failure of indoor unit. Normal (2) Fan operation check Start Set the operation mode to "FAN" by pushing the operation switch. Normal Check each indoor unit consecutively. Is air discharged from the discharge port of indoor unit? Yes No Check indoor fan. etc. indoor unit. Therefore. 112 .C. Check wiring between indoor unit and remote controller.Trial Operation Procedure and Summary of Trial Operation Trial operation check After “Check before trial operation”. Flowchart of trial operation procedure (1) Source power and initial setup check Does the operation lamp of the remote controller light? Yes No Check power supply of the indoor unit. When multiple indoor units are concurrently operated check for misconnection. . Check transformer failure of indoor microprocessor. fan motor.C. 18 Is there an abnormal sound? No Yes Check peripherals of the fan. Is an alarm code displayed on the remote controller? No Yes Refer to Check code displayed on remote controller. Does the LCD display on the remote controller show “STANDBY”? No Yes Check Check Check Check Check for over capacity of the total connected indoor units. implement a trial operation in the following procedure. errors can occur.) Check the trial operation for each indoor unit. Check remote controller error. power supply phase order of outdoor units.C. control P board failure of indoor unit. set “STOP” for indoor units. . the remote controller error. incorrect setup of indoor unit HP rating (SW08). and fan circuit. Check connector error. Disconnect wires surrounding the control P board of . (Turn the power switch on and the crank case heater for 12 hours before a trial operation will be completed. of the refrigerant pipe and control wiring. outdoor unit and check positions.

] Is there cool air discharge? Yes No Check operation status of the compressor.Trial Operation Procedure and Summary of Trial Operation (3) Cooling operation check Start Set the operation mode to COOL by pushing the operation switch for 5 seconds or more. Operate all the units concurrently. Trial operation from outdoor unit is also available. (NOTE 2) Is the operation current within ±15% of the catalogue No current value? (Max. Check pipe length and refrigerant amount. and outdoor fan operation status. Hz operation) Yes (NOTE 3) Is the operation pressure normal? Yes No Check overload of indoor /outdoor temperature. Check the compressor operation Hz. [ This air conditioner is attached with reactivation delay timer. Check power cable dia. so the operation restarts 2 minutes 30 seconds after it stopped. and then check “L” is displayed. difference of suction/discharge air good? Yes No Is the supply voltage good (220V 240V)? Yes No Check the supply power voltage. Is air circulation good? Yes No Check louver direction. (NOTE 1) Is temp. Is there an abnormal sound of the compressor? Normal 18 113 . Check each indoor unit consecutively.

(2) Gas leakage. in indoor/outdoor is low. (2) Radiation of outdoor unit is bad. if temp. in indoor/outdoor is high. difference between the air inlet and air outlet of the indoor unit is 8°C or more – operation is normal. Hz operation) • The difference in temperature between the air inlet and air outlet decreases when the total number of indoor units connected. the system is operating normally. (Insufficient refrigerant amount) NOTE 3: Criteria of operation pressure COOL/ HEAT High pressure 16 to 22kgf/cm2G Low pressure 3. exceeds 100% of the system capacity. NOTE 2: Criteria of operation current value In cooling operation. °C) 18 114 . (COOL Max. • Greater than the specified current (1) Temp.5 to 5.Trial Operation Procedure and Summary of Trial Operation NOTE 1: Criteria for indoor air inlet/outlet temperature difference After operation for a minimum of 30 minutes in “COOL” mode.5kgf/cm G 2 Indoor 18 to 32°C Outdoor 25 to 35°C NOTE: Measurement taken 15 minutes after operation start (Dry bulb temp. Hz operation) The current value differs as described below according to the operation conditions. when the current is within ± 15% of the specified current value. (In Max. or when the pipe length exceeds specification. • Less than the specified current (1) Temp.

Miswiring check causes misjudgment of automatic addressing If miswiring is found during automatic addressing. check miswiring 20 minutes or more after power was turned on. Therefore. it may take Max. automatic address starts. 20 minutes. (2) When adding a new indoor unit. Therefore. 3. in some cases. the automatic address is not activated. cool air does not discharge from indoor unit. (3) The outdoor unit is in 'stop' status. If pushing the operation button during automatic addressing. and power is turned on for the first time. and normal operation starts automatically. However. the automatic address is activated again in the following cases.C. 3 to 5 minutes after the power is on. (1) The operation lamp of the remote controller lights. and power is turned on for the first time. Usually. the automatic address takes time approx. the result is incorrect addressing. When control address of the indoor unit has been fixed. 18 115 . However.Trial Operation Automatic Address Automatic address (Between outdoor unit and indoor unit) When turning the power on for the first time after the air conditioner has been installed. . the following will occur. (1) When replacing P board of the indoor unit. The air conditioner cannot be operated. the above condition is released. Cautions during automatic addressing 1. After automatic address is over. 2. (2) Indoor unit fan starts or stops according to the operation mode.

No. check the check code by setting SW01 to 5. Check that this display agrees with the expected No.C. Check that this display is consistent with the expected system capacity. of units displayed on the 7 segment. Check that display of the 7 segment LED [B] is CC in cooling operation. SW03 to 1: Cooling operation Operation Push the push-switch SW04 on the interface P board . SW02. of outdoor units. outdoor unit to "1". SW01. and SW03 to 3. of outdoor units (including inverter unit)connected to the system is displayed on the 7 segment LED [A]. If any switch is set to address of the misconnected indoor unit. SW02 to 1. check function does not work.C. outdoor unit to 1. (If no unit is misconnected. SW02 to 3. SW02 to "2". *1) Then.C. 7 Segment LED 7 Segment LED [A] [B] Check No. Use this check system to check lines one by one in single outdoor unit. SW02 1 to 16 1 to 16 1 to 16 Completion SW03 1 2 3 Address of indoor unit Displayed on 7 segment LED [A] 1 to 16 17 to 32 33 to 40 After check. Check Procedure Power ON Both outdoor/indoor unit sides System capacity check Set SW01 on the interface P board of the inverter . so check the check code. error may occur. Set the switch on the interface P board of the inverter . be sure to check items described below before implementing this check function. However.Trial Operation Service Support Function Check function for connection of refrigerant pipe and control transmission line This function is provided to check misconnection of the refrigerant piping and the control transmission line between indoor and outdoor units by the switch on interface P board of the inverter type outdoor unit.C. SW01 to 2. check the 7 segment LED [B] display which will be the No. and SW03 to "3" .C. and SW03 on the interface P board of the inverter . SW02 to 4. of indoor units connected to the system is displayed on the 7 segment LED [A]. Check that this display is consistent with the expected No. of miswired units. of indoor units which send the check code are also counted other then No. The No. of outdoor units Set SW01 on the interface P board of the inverter . If checking multiple lines at the same time. 2. When group operation of the remote controller is performed and the connected outdoor units are used. of the inverter outdoor unit for 2 seconds or more. *2 18 After 15 minutes. It takes 15 minutes for 1 system to check if it is correct or miswired. of the indoor units.C. 00 is displayed. . 1. outdoor unit to 1. outdoor unit to 1. The No. SW02 and SW03 in order of address (*2). 116 . 9A is displayed on 7 segment LED [B]. 02. *1 In No. 03: Rotary switch SW04. of indoor units Set SW01 on the interface P board of the inverter . outdoor unit to the following value. and SW03 to 3.C.The system capacity is displayed on the 7 segment LED [A]. return display select switches SW01. 05: Push switch SW08: Dip switch Check No. of indoor units misconnected.

[Setup] To operate SW01 “16”. SW02 “7”. [Clear] Returns SW01. SW02 and SW03 to “1”. 18 117 . from outdoor unit to indoor unit. [Clear] Returns SW01. [Clear] Returns SW01. (2) Collective operation All the connected indoor units are operated collectively. [Clear] Returns SW01. etc. . SW03 “1”. [Setup] Setting SW01 “16”. SW02 and SW03 to “1”. (3) Individual operation The specified indoor unit is operated. SW02 and SW03 to “1”. NOTE: Operation contents match the setup on the remote controller. (1 to 40). push SW05 for 2 seconds or more. Individual stop The specified indoor unit is stopped. SW03 “1”. NOTE: Operation contents match the setup on the remote controller. SW02 and SW03 to “1”. SW02 and SW03 Set to the indoor address No. No. Clear setup [Setup] Push SW04 for 2 seconds or more under condition of SW01 “2”. NOTE: Control operation is the same as that of normal trial operation from the remote controller.Trial Operation Service Support Function Function to start/stop (ON/OFF) indoor unit from outdoor unit A function to start/stop the following indoor units by switch operation on the interface P board is provided. Collective stop All the connected indoor units are stopped collectively. SW02 “5”. (1) Function Trial cooling operation Outline The modes of all the connected indoor units are collectively changed to trial cooling operation modes. SW02 and SW03 to the address No. (1 to 40) of the indoor unit to be operated. SW02 “7”. [Setup] Push SW04 for 2 seconds or more under condition of SW01 “2”. NOTE: Other indoor units are as they are. [Clear] Returns SW01. SW03 “1”. and push SW04 for 2 seconds or more. NOTE: This start/stop function is only to send the mode signals such as stop/operation mode. Other indoor units stay as they are.C. SW02 and SW03 to “1”. [Setup] Push SW05 for 2 seconds or more under condition of SW01 “2”.

C. SW02 to 5. (L is displayed. 7 Segment LED 7 Segment LED [A] [B] SW01.Trial Operation Service Support Function (1) Trial cooling operation function This function is to change the modes of all the indoor units connected to an identical system collectively to trial cooling operation modes using the switch on interface P board of the .C. Stop/Completion 18 118 . and SW03 to 1. Operation procedure Power ON Set SW01 on the interface P board of the inverter . 02.) Check that -C is displayed on the 7 segment LED [B] of the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. inverter type outdoor unit. .C. 03: Rotary switch SW04.C. inverter outdoor unit for 2 seconds or more. Operation check Return SW01 to 1.C. SW02 to 1. and SW03 to 1 on the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. outdoor unit to 2 . . 05: Push switch SW08: Dip switch Push the push-switch SW04 on the P board of the . Operation Check that mode on the remote controller of the indoor unit to be operated is trial cooling operation mode.

.) (FAN. 05: Push switch SW08: Dip switch Push the push-switch SW04 for 2 seconds or more on the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. Operation Indoor unit which is the objective operates.C. COOL) 7 Segment LED 7 Segment LED [A] [B] Set SW01 to 2. .C. and SW03 on interface P board of the .C. .does not change even if COOL is set on the remote controller.Trial Operation Service Support Function (2) Collective start/stop (ON/OFF) function This function is to start/stop (ON/OFF) the indoor units connected to an identical system collectively using the switch on the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. SW01. inverter outdoor unit to 1. SW02 1.C. return the status to normal according to Troubleshooting. Completion 18 119 . 03: Rotary switch SW04. . Stop After trial operation.operation is performed under the present mode. miswiring is considered.) Push the push-switch SW05 for 2 seconds or more on the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. (If setup is not executed. SW02. 02. Set the operation mode of the remote controller. Operation Check (When the discharge temp. SW02 to 7. Operation procedure Power ON If an alarm has been already displayed as SW01 1. SW03 1.return the display select switches SW01. and then execute a trial operation. and SW03 to 1 on the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit.C.

Match display select switch on interface P board of the . return display select switches SW01.C. . SW02 to "1". SW02.) (FAN. COOL. inverter outdoor unit to 1 and SW03 on interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit to 1. the inverter outdoor unit for 2 seconds or more. a miswiring connection is considered.C. the operation continues under the present mode. . Stop Completion 18 After trial operation. (See * in the following table) ¡ The set indoor units to operate alone. return the status to normal (see Troubleshooting) and then perform the Trial Operation. 03: Rotary switch SW04. Set SW01 to “16”.Trial Operation Service Support Function (3) Individual start/stop (ON/OFF) function This function is to start/stop (ON/OFF) the indoor units connected to an identical system individually using the switch on interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. . SW01 16 16 16 SW02 1 ~ 16 1 ~ 16 1~8 SW03 1 2 3 To be operated From address 1 to address 16 individually From address 17 to address 32 individually From address 33 to address 40 individually 120 . outdoor unit.C. the indoor unit of which the rotary switch is set to 2 to 16 cannot start/stop individually. HEAT) The Trial Operation is not performed for indoor units with group operation on the remote controller. 05: Push switch SW08: Dip switch Indoor unit to be operated starts operation Operation check (When discharge air does not change even if cool mode is set on the remote controller. (If not setting. and SW02 and SW03 to the indoor unit to be operated.C. 7 Segment LED 7 Segment LED [A] [B] Push the push-switch SW04 on interface P board of .C. “– –” is displayed on the 7 segment LED [B] of the control P board of the inverter . 02. inverter outdoor unit with * in the following table. and SW03 to "1".) To be started/stopped individually Push the push-switch SW05 for 2 seconds or more on interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. Set the operation mode on the remote controller.) Operation procedure Power ON When an alarm has been already displayed with setting of SW01 to "1". (In the indoor units where group operation of remote controller is present.C. Operation SW01.

the check code remains in the remote controller. 7 Segment LED 7 Segment LED [A] [B] SW01. (However. Push the push-switch SW04 on interface P board of . resetting the power source. ( ¡ Restarts alarm detection. and SW03 to 1. the inverter outdoor unit changes to CL (for 5 seconds) 18 121 . 03: Rotary switch SW04.C. (If pushing the button for 10 seconds and more. SW02 to 16".C.) After this. Display on 7 segment LED [B] of interface P board of .Trial Operation Service Support Function Alarm clear function 1) Clearing of check code on remote controller This function releases ALL STOP lock status of the outdoor units (whole system) connected with the indoor unit. the inverter outdoor unit for 5 seconds or more. the check code stored on the remote controller is not removed and should be removed accordingly using the remote controller. 02.C. It is possible to clear a detected alarm on the P board of the inverter outdoor unit without .C. (For that remote controller only)) 2) Clearing the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit . (Clearing setting in remote controller by the above item 1) or reset hole) Set the switches on interface P board of the inverter . the check code is also cleared. However.C.) CHECK button Remote controller RBC-SR2-PE CHECK button Main remote controller RBC-SR1-PE Push “CHECK” button of the remote controller for 3 seconds or more. alarms are detected as usual. and enables the start of operation. outdoor unit. 05: Push switch SW08: Dip switch Also alarms in the indoor and lock alarm are released. and restarts the operation. SW01to 2.

. then indoor units. Both power OFF ¡ Turn on power of the outdoor unit first.C. and SW03 to 1. Check of connected remote controller Push the push-switch SW04 or SW05 on interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit for 2 seconds . SW01to 2 . Display on the 7 segment LED B on the interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit indicates 11. NOTE: Even if the lock alarm related to the indoor unit is cleared by resetting power source of the outdoor unit. 05: Push switch SW08: Dip switch Push the push-switch SW04 on interface P board of .Trial Operation Service Support Function 3) Clearing of check code alarm by resetting power source Be sure to reset both power sources of outdoor/indoor units. the inverter outdoor unit for 2 seconds or more. ALL STOP lock status of whole system is not released.C. (Identifying procedure) Power ON Set the display select switches on interface P board of . 03: Rotary switch SW04. .SW02 to 4". Completion 18 122 .C. or more.C. Remote controller identification function Where many outdoor units are installed it is possible to determine the remote controller connected to a particular outdoor unit by using the P board of the inverter type outdoor unit. Operation NON-PRIORITY display on the connected remote controller flashes. 02.C. the inverter outdoor unit. 7 Segment LED 7 Segment LED [A] [B] SW01.

Be sure to remove the short-circuit after check. (Opened fully for 2 minutes only against FULL OPEN signal from the outdoor unit or software of the indoor unit. turning on power of the indoor unit once fully closes the PMV of the indoor unit. Full Close Short circuit CN31 on interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. outdoor unit. Full Open Short circuit CN30 on interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. for 2 minutes. 18 123 . manual opening of the Pulse Motor Valve (PMV) in all the indoor units for 2 minutes. Clear Both FULL OPEN/ FULL CLOSE return to normal open pulse when 2 minutes has passed. Usually. SW02 to”3". this function allows . and SW03 to “1” on the interface P board of the inverter . PMV returns to normal open pulse automatically when 2 minutes has passed. (7 segment display [B] changes to “FF” for 2 minutes. and push SW04 for 2 seconds or more.C. used in the outdoor unit.C.C.) Pulse Motor Valve (PMV) forced FULL OPEN / FULL CLOSE function in outdoor unit This function allows forced opening/closing of the electronic control valve (PMV).) Clear After set up. Procedure Set SW01 to “2”.Trial Operation Service Support Function Pulse Motor Valve (PMV) manual "FULL OPEN" function in the indoor unit With switch operation on interface P board of the inverter outdoor unit. NOTE: Switch off bit 1 side of DIP SW08. This function is used when you want to open the PMV fully for operation after power source has been turned off for a second time. . .C.

MM-A0224HX 19 124 . MM-A0280HX.Exploded Views and Service Parts Outdoor Units MM-A0280HT. MM-A0224HT.

7mm CHECK JOINT (3.0x2. MM-A0224HT.304DY) Dia 15mm CHECK VALVE (MP3.0x2.0x3.0x2.0x1000 – By-pass) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.7mm) STRAINER (Dia 19mm) CRANK CASE HEATER (74W) ACCUMULATOR HEATER (29W) ISOLATOR (4 pole – 32 Amp) FAN MOTOR (STF – 200 – 350A) SPRING SPACER RUBBER CUSHION – UNDER RUBBER CUSHION – UPPER RUBBER SUPPORT CUSHION (Fan Motor Assembly) FAN GUARD FLARE NUT (Oil Circuit) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.302DY) Dia 8mm CHECK VALVE (BCV .0x1000 – Oil inlet) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.3MPa) STRAINER (Dia 44mm) STRAINER (Dia 12.2x2.0x1000 – By-pass) WIRING DIAGRAM WIRING DIAGRAM 0280HT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MODEL 0224HT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 (MM-A) 0280HX 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 0224HX 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 19 125 .Exploded Views and Service Parts Outdoor Units MM-A0280HT.3MPaG) Dia 12. MM-A0224HX Ref No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 10 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 62 Part No 43A00020 43A00021 43A00022 43A00023 43A00024 43A00025 43A00026 43A00027 43A20004 43A41510 43A41511 43A41512 43A49004 43A49005 43A49006 43A49007 43A49008 43A46019 43A46020 43A46021 43A46022 43A46023 43A46024 43A46025 43A46026 43A46027 43A46028 43A46007 43046151 43A46034 43A48007 43A48005 43A48006 43A60013 43A43018 43A43019 43A45003 43146351 43A46029 43A46030 43A46031 43A46032 43A46035 43A46036 43147529 43A47019 43A47042 43A57001 43A57002 43A51005 43A21022 43107200 43195198 43195186 43195185 43A95001 43A19011 43A46033 43A47043 43A47044 43A47045 43A47046 43A47047 43A47048 43A16001 43A16002 Description PLATE-SIDE (Right) PLATE-SIDE (Left) AIR-IN-CABINET (Front) AIR-IN-CABINET (Back) CABINET-DOWN (Front) CABINET-DOWN (Back) SERVICE PANEL AIR-OUT-CABINET PROPELLER FAN – PY631 COMPRESSOR – 10HP/8HP (INV) COMPRESSOR – 10HP (FIXED) COMPRESSOR – 8HP (FIXED) HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH ASM-PRESSURE-SENSOR (Low – Blue) ASM-PRESSURE-SENSOR (High – Red) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV41 + SV42) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV2 + SV3A) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV42) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV3B) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV3C) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 4-WAY (J502 AC240V) COIL – ULSE MOTOR VALVE (L12A-03) COIL – PULSE MOTOR VALVE (A12A15) BODY – PULSE MOTOR VALVE (CEV30RC1) BODY – PULSE MOTOR VALVE (SEV18RC4) VALVE BODY – 4WAY (CHV-0712) VALVE BODY – 2WAY (NEV 202DXF) VALVE BODY – 2WAY (VPV 360D) OIL SEPERATOR ACCUMULATOR LIQUID TANK FUSIBLE PLUG CONDENSER ASSEMBLY – RIGHT CONDENSER ASSEMBLY – LEFT DRYER – XH10 (R407C) SERVICE VALVE (Gas) PACKED VALVE (Liquid) PACKED VALVE (Oil) CHECK VALVE (BCV .2x2.4x1000 – Main oil) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.0x1000 – Discharge) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.4x1000 – Suction) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (2. MM-A0280HX.

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2x2.7mm CHECK JOINT (3.3MPa) STRAINER (Dia 44mm) STRAINER (Dia 12.2x2. 43A00020 43A00021 43A00022 43A00023 43A00024 43A00025 43A00026 43A00027 43A20004 43A41513 43A49006 43A49007 43A49008 43A46019 43A46020 43A46022 43A46023 43A46024 43A46025 43A46026 43A46027 43A46028 43146499 43046151 43A46034 43A48007 43A48005 43A48006 43A60013 43A43020 43A43021 43A45003 43146351 43A46029 43A46029 43A46031 43A46032 43A46035 43A46036 43147529 43A47019 43A47042 43A57004 43A57002 43A51005 43A21022 43A42002 43A95001 43A19011 43A46033 43A47043 43A47044 43A47045 43A47046 43A47047 43A47048 43A16003 Description PLATE-SIDE (Right) PLATE-SIDE (Left) AIR-IN-CABINET Front) AIR-IN-CABINET (Back) CABINET-DOWN (Front) CABINET-DOWN (Back) SERVICE PANEL AIR-OUT-CABINET PROPELLER FAN – PY631 COMPRESSOR – 6HP (Fixed) HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH ASM – PRESSURE – SENSOR (Low – Blue) ASM – PRESSURE – SENSOR (High – Red) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV41 + SV42) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV2 + SV3A) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV3B) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 2-WAY (SV3C) ASM – SOLENOID COIL – 4-WAY (J502 AC240V) COIL – PULSE MOTOR VALVE (L12A-03) COIL – PULSE MOTOR VALVE (A12A15) BODY – PULSE MOTOR VALVE (CEV30RC1) BODY – PULSE MOTOR VALVE (SEV18RC4) VALVE BODY – 4-WAY (CHV-0401) VALVE BODY – 2-WAY (NEV 202DXF) VALVE BODY – 2-WAY (VPV 360D) OIL SEPERATOR ACCUMULATOR (9 Litres) LIQUID TANK (11 Litres) FUSIBLE PLUG CONDENSER ASSEMBLY – RIGHT CONDENSER ASSEMBLY – LEFT DRYER – XH10 (R407C) SERVICE VALVE (Gas) PACKED VALVE (Liquid) PACKED VALVE (Oil) CHECK VALVE (BCV – 302DY) Dia 8mm CHECK VALVE (BCV – 304DY) Dia 15mm CHECK VALVE (MP3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 Part No.0x2.4x1000 – Main oil) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.0x2.0x1000 – Discharge) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.0x1000 – By-pass) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.3MPaG) Dia 12.0x3.0x1000 – By-pass) WIRING DIAGRAM Model Name MM-A0160HX 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 19 127 .4x1000 – Suction) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (2.7mm) STRAINER (Dia 19mm) CRANK CASE HEATER (40W) ACCUMULATOR HEATER (29W) ISOLATOR (4 pole – 32 Amp) FAN MOTOR (STF – 200 – 350A) RUBBER COMPRESSOR MOUNTING RUBBER SUPPORT CUSHION (Fan Motor Assembly) FAN GUARD FLARE NUT (Oil circuit) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.Exploded Views and Serivce Parts Outdoor Units MM-A0160HX Ref No.0x1000 – Oil inlet) CAPILLARY ASSEMBLY (1.0x2.

MM-A0224HX 8 9 1 2 3 11 10 MM-A0160HX 8 1 2 3 11 10 34 24 6 16 32 5 19 33 34 24 6 16 32 5 19 33 18 18 29 20 29 20 4 21 4 21 19 128 .Exploded Views and Service Parts Outdoor Unit Electrical Parts Assembly MM-A0280HT. MM-A0224HT 1 2 9 8 25 27 13 6 12 4 13 35 28 26 14 3 32 23 19 23 17 20 11 15 34 24 10 22 5 30/31 7 29 MM-A0280HX.

Exploded Views and Service Parts
Outdoor Unit Electrical Parts Assembly
MM-A0280HT, MM-A0224HT, MM-A0280HX, MM-A0224HX, MM-A0160HX
Location Part No. No.
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Description
TEMPERATURE SENSOR – TS1 TEMPERATURE SENSOR – TE TEMPERATURE SENSOR – TK3 MAGNETIC CONTACTOR – FC – 3 TRANSFORMER – TT – 01 MF – CAPACITOR – 8µF CAPACITOR – ELECTROLYTIC TEMPERATURE SENSOR – TD1 TEMPERATURE SENSOR – TD2 TEMPERATURE SENSOR – TK2 TEMPERATURE SENSOR – TK1 STARTER – TDK 101Y HEATSINK – INVERTER ASSEMBLY P BOARD ASSEMBLY – MCC-1342-01 (IPDU) .C. P BOARD ASSEMBLY – MCC-1366-01 (N / F) .C. P BOARD ASSEMBLY – MCC-1357-01 (SURGE) .C. P BOARD ASSEMBLY – MCC-1343-03 (I / F) .C. P BOARD ASSEMBLY – MCC-1343-03 (I / F) .C. TERMINAL BLOCK – 3P/60A – L1, L2, L3 TERMINAL – 3P/30A – NEUTRAL TERMINAL BLOCK – 2P/1A – PQ TERMINAL – 4P/1A – PQ XY REACTOR – CH-25-2FK FUSE – 6A FUSE – 20A MAGNETIC CONTACTOR – FCMCa – 1S FUSE HOLDER – 30A FUSE – 3.15A FUSE – 6.3A BUSHING COLLAR SUPPORT (PCB) SUPPORT ASSEMBLY (PCB) SUPPORT ASSEMBLY (PCB) SILICON, PACK SILICON GREASE (IPDU)

Model Name (MM-A) 0280HT 0224HT 0280HX 0224HX 0160HX
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Ref No 01 02 02 02 02 03 03 03 03 04 05 06 07 07 07 08 Part No 43120149 43A21009 43121516 43121528 43121535 43A44068 43A44069 43A44070 43A44071 43A50024 43A50021 43A50022 43155080 43155096 43155097 43A58007 Description MULTI – FAN BLADE FAN MOTOR (SMF-230-60-4A) FAN MOTOR (STF-200-100-4B) FAN MOTOR (STF-200-120-4B) FAN MOTOR (STF-200-140-4F) REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY SENSOR – ROOM TEMP . SENSOR – HEAT EX. (Gas) SENSOR – HEAT EX. (Liquid) MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR TRANSFORMER (MMS) Model ALL B056 B080 B112 B140 B056 B080 B112 B140 ALL ALL ALL B056 B080, B112 B140 ALL Ref No. 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Part No. 43A60025 43A60012 43A69025 43A69024 43A49009 43A46037 43A72004 43A72005 43191310 43160394 43107215 43125135 43A60009 43A88013 43A70002 43125137 Description TERMINAL ' ABC PQ E' TERMINAL ' E - L - N ' PCB – CONTROL (CM00C02) PC BOARD – POWER (MMS) PRESSURE SENSOR (Service) PULSE MOTOR VALVE – COIL DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY CONNECTOR, 9P SENSOR HOLDER BEARING BUSHING ➝ 38 mm OWNERS MANUAL DRAIN SOCKET COUPLING Model ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL B056 B080 B112, B140 ALL ALL B140 ALL ALL ALL B140

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Part No. 43107215 43A20003 43A22005 43A22006 43A21020 43A44063 43A50023 43A50019 43A50020 43155100 43A58004 43A60010 43A60012 43A69025 43A69024 43A72011 43A80009 43A49009 43A46037 43A88013 FAN MULTI-BLADE S FAN CASE S FAN CASE FAN MOTOR

Description SENSOR HOLDER (Spring Clip)

REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY SENSOR ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSOR – HEAT EXCHANGER (Gas) SENSOR – HEAT EXCHANGER (Liquid) MF CAPACITOR TRANSFORMER (MMS) TERMINAL ' ABC PQ' TERMINAL ' E - L - N ' PC BOARD – CONTROL (MMS) PC BOARD – POWER (MMS) DRAIN PAN FILTER PRESSURE SENSOR (Service) PULSE MOTOR VALVE – COIL OWNERS MANUAL

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15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 Part No. 43A70005 43A44066 43A44067 43A70006 43A51002 43A21018 43A11004 43A20001 43A72006 43A22003 43A19004 43A58007 43A69023 43A69024 43A50021 Description DRAIN HOSE ASSEMBLY REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY DRAIN PUMP FLOAT SWITCH FAN MOTOR RUBBER INSULATION CENTRIFUGAL FAN DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY BELLMOUTH FAN GUARD TRANSFORMER (MMS) PCB – CONTROL (CM00C01) PCB – POWER (P00RC01) SENSOR – HEAT EXCHANGER (Gas) Model ALL U056 U080 ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL Ref No.N ' TERMINAL ' ABC ' TERMINAL ' P ' .Q MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR WASHER FAN WASHER PLUG FIX PLATE SENSOR OWNERS MANUAL Model ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL U056 U080 ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL 19 132 . 01 02 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Part No.COIL TERMINAL ' E .HEAT EXCHANGER (Liquid) SENSOR ROOM TEMPERATURE PRESSURE SENSOR (Service) PULSE MOTOR VALVE .L . MM-U080 1 27 4 3 2 7 23 24 6 5 15 14 16 8 13 25 9 19 22 17 26 18 21 12 11 20 10 Ref No.Exploded Views and Service Parts Indoor Units 4-Way Cassette – MM-U056. 43A50022 43A50023 43A49009 43A46037 43A60012 43A60002 43A60011 43A55002 43155100 43097166 43A97002 43A72008 43107215 43A88013 Description SENSOR .

01 02 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Part No. 43A70005 43A44064 43A44065 43A70006 43A51002 43A21019 43A11005 43A20002 43A72007 43A22004 43A19005 43A58007 43A69023 43A69024 43A50021 Description DRAIN HOSE ASSEMBLY REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY DRAIN PUMP FLOAT SWITCH FAN MOTOR RUBBER INSULATION CENTRIFUGAL FAN DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY BELLMOUTH FAN GUARD TRANSFORMER (MMS) PC BOARD – CONTROL (MMS) PC BOARD – POWER (MMS) SENSOR – HEAT EXCHANGER (Gas) Model ALL U112 U140 ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL Ref No.N ' TERMINAL BLOCK ' ABC ' TERMINAL BLOCK ' P ' .COIL TERMINAL BLOCK ' E . MM-U140 1 6 5 4 3 2 27 7 15 14 16 8 25 26 19 22 9 21 11 12 20 10 17 18 23 24 13 Ref No. 43A50022 43A50023 43A49009 43A46037 43A60012 43A60002 43A60011 43155138 43155120 43097166 43A97002 43A72008 43107215 43A88013 Description SENSOR – HEAT EXCHANGER (Liquid) SENSOR ROOM TEMPERATURE PRESSURE SENSOR (Service) PULSE MOTOR VALVE .Exploded Views and Service Parts Indoor Units 4-Way Cassette – MM-U112.L . 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 Part No.Q MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR WASHER FAN WASHER PLUG FIX PLATE SENSOR OWNERS MANUAL Model ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL U112 U140 ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL 19 133 .

Additional Literature and Contacts 20 134 .

Additional Literature and Contacts 20 135 .

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