AIR CONDITIONER (MULTI TYPE

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Installation manual
Outdoor Unit
Model name: <Heat Pump Model>
MMY-MAP0804HT8-E MMY-MAP1004HT8-E MMY-MAP1204HT8-E MMY-MAP1404HT8-E MMY-MAP1604HT8-E MMY-MAP0804HT8Z-E MMY-MAP1004HT8Z-E MMY-MAP1204HT8Z-E MMY-MAP1404HT8Z-E MMY-MAP1604HT8Z-E MMY-MAP0804HT8ZG-E MMY-MAP1004HT8ZG-E MMY-MAP1204HT8ZG-E MMY-MAP1404HT8ZG-E MMY-MAP1604HT8ZG-E

<Cooling Only Model>
MMY-MAP0804T8-E MMY-MAP1004T8-E MMY-MAP1204T8-E MMY-MAP1404T8-E MMY-MAP1604T8-E MMY-MAP0804T8Z-E MMY-MAP1004T8Z-E MMY-MAP1204T8Z-E MMY-MAP1404T8Z-E MMY-MAP1604T8Z-E MMY-MAP0804T8ZG-E MMY-MAP1004T8ZG-E MMY-MAP1204T8ZG-E MMY-MAP1404T8ZG-E MMY-MAP1604T8ZG-E

For commercial use Not accessible to the general public Vente interdite au grand public Kein öffentlicher Zugang Non accessibile a clienti generici No destinado al público en general Não acessível ao público em geral Niet geschikt voor huishoudelijk gebruik Μη προσβάσιμο από το γενικό κοινό Недоступен для посторонних Genel erişime açık değildir

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ADOPTION OF NEW REFRIGERANT
This Air Conditioner uses R410A an environmentally friendly refrigerant.

Contents
1 PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 ACCESSORY PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3 INSTALLATION OF NEW REFRIGERANT AIR CONDITIONER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 SELECTION OF INSTALLATION PLACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5 CARRYING IN THE OUTDOOR UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 6 INSTALLATION OF THE OUTDOOR UNIT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 REFRIGERANT PIPING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 8 ELECTRIC WIRING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 9 ADDRESS SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 10 TEST RUN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 11 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 12 MACHINE CARD AND LOGBOOK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Thank you for purchasing this Toshiba air conditioner. This Installation Manual describes the installation method of the outdoor unit. For installation of indoor units, follow the Installation Manual supplied with the indoor unit. Moreover, as this installation manual includes the important articles concerning the “Machinery” Directive (Directive 2006/42/ EC), please read through the manual and make sure you understand it. After installation, give this Installation Manual, the Owner’s Manual and the Installation Manual supplied with the indoor unit to the customer and tell the customer to keep them safe. Prepare an exclusive power source for indoor units, independent to that for outdoor units. Y-shaped branching joints or a branching header (separately purchased) are required for connecting pipes between indoor and outdoor units. Choose either of them considering the system capacity concerning piping. For installing branching pipes, refer to the installation manual of the Y-shaped branching unit or branching header (separately purchased). Outdoor connecting branching joints are required for connecting between outdoor units.

Generic Denomination: Air Conditioner Definition of Qualified Installer or Qualified Service Person
The air conditioner must be installed, maintained, repaired and removed by a qualified installer or qualified service person. When any of these jobs is to be done, ask a qualified installer or qualified service person to do them for you. A qualified installer or qualified service person is an agent who has the qualifications and knowledge described in the table below. Agent Qualifications and knowledge which the agent must have
• The qualified installer is a person who installs, maintains, relocates and removes the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation. He or she has been trained to install, maintain, relocate and remove the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such operations by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to these operations. • The qualified installer who is allowed to do the electrical work involved in installation, relocation and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this electrical work as stipulated by the local laws and regulations, and he or she is a person who has been trained in matters relating to electrical work on the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work. • The qualified installer who is allowed to do the refrigerant handling and piping work involved in installation, relocation and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this refrigerant handling and piping work as stipulated by the local laws and regulations, and he or she is a person who has been trained in matters relating to refrigerant handling and piping work on the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work. • The qualified installer who is allowed to work at heights has been trained in matters relating to working at heights with the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work. • The qualified service person is a person who installs, repairs, maintains, relocates and removes the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation. He or she has been trained to install, repair, maintain, relocate and remove the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such operations by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to these operations. • The qualified service person who is allowed to do the electrical work involved in installation, repair, relocation and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this electrical work as stipulated by the local laws and regulations, and he or she is a person who has been trained in matters relating to electrical work on the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work. • The qualified service person who is allowed to do the refrigerant handling and piping work involved in installation, repair, relocation and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this refrigerant handling and piping work as stipulated by the local laws and regulations, and he or she is a person who has been trained in matters relating to refrigerant handling and piping work on the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work. • The qualified service person who is allowed to work at heights has been trained in matters relating to working at heights with the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work.

Qualified installer

Qualified service person

Definition of Protective Gear
When the air conditioner is to be transported, installed, maintained, repaired or removed, wear protective gloves and ‘safety’ work clothing. In addition to such normal protective gear, wear the protective gear described below when undertaking the special work detailed in the table below. Failure to wear the proper protective gear is dangerous because you will be more susceptible to injury, burns, electric shocks and other injuries.

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Work undertaken
All types of work Electrical-related work Work done at heights (50 cm or more) Transportation of heavy objects Repair of outdoor unit Protective gloves ‘Safety’ working clothing

Protective gear worn

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PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY
WARNING

Gloves to provide protection for electricians and from heat Insulating shoes Clothing to provide protection from electric shock Helmets for use in industry Shoes with additional protective toe cap Gloves to provide protection for electricians and from heat

General
• Before starting to install the air conditioner, read through the Installation Manual carefully, and follow its instructions to install the air conditioner. Otherwise, falling down of the unit may occur, or the unit may cause noise, vibration or water leakage. • Only a qualified installer(*1) or qualified service person(*1) is allowed to do installationwork. If installation is carried out by an unqualified individual, a fire, electric shocks, injury, water leakage, noise and/or vibration may result. • If using separately sold products, make sure to use Toshiba specified products only. Using unspecified products may cause fire, electric shock, water leak or other failure. • Before opening the service panel of the outdoor unit, set the circuit breaker to the OFF position. Failure to set the circuit breaker to the OFF position may result in electric shocks through contact with the interior parts. Only a qualified installer(*1) or qualified service person(*1) is allowed to remove the service panel of the outdoor unit and do the work required. • Before carrying out the installation, maintenance, repair or removal work, be sure to set the circuit breakers for both the indoor and outdoor units to the OFF position. Otherwise, electric shock may result. • Place a “Work in progress” sign near the circuit breaker while the installation, maintenance, repair or removal work is being carried out. There is a danger of electric shocks if the circuit breaker is set to ON by mistake. • Only a qualified installer(*1) or qualified service person(*1) is allowed to undertake work at heights using a stand of 50 cm or more or to remove the intake grille of the indoor unit to undertake work. • Wear protective gloves and safety work clothing during installation, servicing and removal. • Do not touch the aluminium fin of the outdoor unit. You may injure yourself if you do so. If the fin must be touched for some reason, first put on protective gloves and safety work clothing, and then proceed. • Do not climb onto or place objects on top of the outdoor unit. You may fall or the objects may fall off of the outdoor unit and result in injury. • When working at height, put a sign in place so that no-one will approach the work location before proceeding with the work. Parts or other objects may fall from above, possibly injuring a person below. Also, be sure that workers put on helmets. • When cleaning the filter or other parts of the outdoor unit, set the circuit breaker to OFF without fail, and place a “Work in progress” sign near the circuit breaker before proceeding with the work. • When working at heights, put a sign in place so that no-one will approach the work location, before proceeding with the work. Parts and other objects may fall from above, possibly injuring a person below. • The refrigerant used by this air conditioner is the R410A. • You shall ensure that the air conditioner is transported in stable condition. If you find any part of the product broken, contact your dealer. • Do not disassemble, modify, repair or move the product yourself. Doing so may cause fire, electric shock, injury or water leaks. Ask a qualified installer or qualified service person to do any repairs or to move the product.

Warning Indications on the Air Conditioner Unit
Warning indication
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect all remote electric power supplies before servicing.

Description

WARNING ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD Disconnect all remote electric power supplies before servicing.

WARNING
Moving parts. Do not operate unit with grille removed. Stop the unit before the servicing.

WARNING Moving parts. Do not operate unit with grille removed. Stop the unit before the servicing.

CAUTION
High temperature parts. You might get burned when removing this panel.

CAUTION High temperature parts. You might get burned when removing this panel.

Selection of installation location
• If you install the unit in a small room, take appropriate measures to prevent the refrigerant from exceeding the limit concentration even if it leaks. Consult the dealer from whom you purchased the air conditioner when you implement the measures. Accumulation of highly concentrated refrigerant may cause an oxygen deficiency accident. • Do not install in a location where flammable gas may leaks are possible. If the gas should leak and accumulate around the unit, it may ignite and cause a fire. • When transporting the air conditioner, wear shoes with protective toe caps, protective gloves and other protective clothing. • When transporting the air conditioner, do not take hold of the bands around the packing carton. You may injure yourself if the bands should break. • Install the indoor unit at least 2.5 m above the floor level since otherwise the users may injure themselves or receive electric shocks if they poke their fingers or other objects into the indoor unit while the air conditioner is running. • Do not place any combustion appliance in a place where it is directly exposed to the wind of air conditioner, otherwise it may cause imperfect combustion.

CAUTION
Do not touch the aluminum fins of the unit. Doing so may result in injury.

CAUTION Do not touch the aluminium fins of the unit. Doing so may result in injury.

CAUTION
BURST HAZARD
Open the service valves before the operation, otherwise there might be the burst.

CAUTION BURST HAZARD Open the service valves before the operation, otherwise there might be the burst.

• Places where the operation sound of the outdoor unit may cause a disturbance. (Especially at the boundary line with a neighbour, install the air conditioner while considering the noise.)

Installation
• Follow the instructions in the Installation Manual to install the air conditioner. Failure to follow these instructions may cause the product to fall down or topple over or give rise to noise, vibration, water leakage or other failure. • The designated bolts (M12) and nuts (M12) for securing the outdoor unit must be used when installing the unit. • Install the outdoor unit property in a location that is durable enough to support the weight of the outdoor unit. Insufficient durability may cause the outdoor unit to fall, which may result in injury. • Install the unit in the prescribed manner for protection against strong wind and earthquake. Incorrect installation may result in the unit falling down, or other accidents. • Be sure to fix the screws back which have been removed for installation or other purposes.

CAUTION
Do not climb onto the fan guard.
Doing so may result in injury.

CAUTION Do not climb onto the fan guard. Doing so may result in injury.

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water pipe. check that the ground wires are connected properly. which may result in refrigerant leakage. • Upon completion of the installation work. It is impossible to recover the refrigerant into the outdoor unit. he or she will not be able to turn it off in the event that trouble has occurred in the air conditioner. injury. water leakage. put on insulated heat-proof gloves. be sure that water. Failure to purge the air completely may cause the air conditioner to malfunction. use the wire specified in the Installation Manual and connect and fix the wires securely to prevent them applying external force to the terminals. do not touch the air conditioner yourself but set the circuit breaker to the OFF position. and set the circuit breaker to the ON position. If the user does not know where the circuit breaker is. Failure to do so may result in electrocution or short circuit. former refrigerant. • Do not connect the earth line to a gas pipe. easy to absorb water. smoking and/or a fire. confirm that refrigerant gas does not leak. insulated shoes and other clothing to provide protection from electric shock. To Disconnect the Appliance from Main Power Supply. • After the installation work. • When the air conditioner has been installed or relocated. the compressor sucks air and the refrigeration cycles is over pressurized. abnormal sounds are heard. • If refrigerant gas has leaked during the installation work. lightning conductor. and its pressure is approx. such as a cooking range. the air conditioner fails to cool or heat or water is leaking) has occurred in the air conditioner. • When carrying out the pump-down work shut down the compressor before disconnecting the refrigerant pipe. • After completing the repair or relocation work. install one which is designed to be used outdoors. • After the installation work. If the leaked refrigerant gas comes into contact with fire. Be sure to use a refrigerant recovery machine to recover the refrigerant when moving or repairing. Test run • Before operating the air conditioner after having completed the work. follow the Owner’s Manual to explain to the customer how to use and maintain the unit. Relocation • Only a qualified installer(*1) or qualified service person(*1) is allowed to relocate the air conditioner. • If you have discovered that the fan grille is damaged. Take steps to ensure that the power will not be turned on (by marking “out of service” near the circuit breaker. • When installing the circuit breaker outdoors. toxic gas may be produced. Accompanied with the new refrigerant. electrical leakage. • When carrying out electric connection. check for refrigerant leaks and check the insulation resistance and water drainage. repairing the electrical parts or undertaking other electrical jobs. • This appliance must be connected to the main power supply by means of a switch with a contact separation of at least 3 mm. Use of wiring which does not meet the specifications may give rise to electric shocks. Capacity overflow may occur on the terminal block and may result in fire. noise and/or vibration may result. and contact a qualified service person. If the leaked refrigerant gas comes in contact with fire. Otherwise you may receive an electric shock. • Under no circumstances must the power cable be extended. (*1) Refer to the “Definition of Qualified Installer or Qualified Service Person. a disaster such as a leak or electric shock is caused at user’s side. 1. raising the pressure inside the refrigeration cycle to an abnormally high level. Connection trouble in the places where the cable is extended may give rise to smoking and/or a fire. Then conduct a test run to check that the air conditioner is operating properly. (grounding work) Incomplete earthing may cause electric shock. check that the electrical parts box cover of the indoor unit and service panel of the outdoor unit are closed. or a telephone earth line. • Do not supply power from the power terminal block equipped on the outdoor unit to another outdoor unit. • After the work has finished. Do not set the circuit breaker to the ON position until the repairs are completed. be sure to use an insulation tester set (500V Megger) to check the resistance is 2 MΩ or more between the charge section and the non-charge metal section (Earth section). the sizes of connecting sections of charging port of the main unit and installation tools are changed from those for the conventional refrigerant. electric shocks. • Never recover the refrigerant into the outdoor unit. for instance) until qualified service person arrives. • Tighten the flare nut with a torque wrench in the specified manner. test run. or refrigerating oil does not enter the refrigerating cycle. • Install the circuit breaker where it can be easily accessed by the agent. • The characteristics of R410A refrigerant are. and please care so that water or dust does not enter. Therefore. do not approach the outdoor unit but set the circuit breaker to the OFF position. Electrical wiring • Only a qualified installer(*1) or qualified service person(*1) is allowed to carry out the electrical work of the air conditioner. • When you have noticed that some kind of trouble (such as when an error display has appeared. Failure to wear this protective gear may result in electric shocks. and contact a qualified service person(*1) to have the repairs done. Improper connection or fixing may result in fire. • Use wiring that meets the specifications in the Installation Manual and the stipulations in the local regulations and laws.6 times higher than that of refrigerant R22. • Electrical wiring work shall be conducted according to law and regulation in the community and installation manual. It is dangerous for the air conditioner to be relocated by an unqualified individual since a fire. • To prevent charging an incorrect refrigerant and refrigerating oil. • The charge hose must be connected in such a way that it is not slack. follow the instructions in the Installation Manual and purge the air completely so that no gases other than the refrigerant will be mixed in the refrigerating cycle. injury or other accidents.5-EN –3– SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 6-EN Refrigerant piping • Install the refrigerant pipe securely during the installation work before operating the air conditioner. The installation fuse (all type can be used) must be used for the power supply line of this conditioner. • Nitrogen gas must be used for the airtight test. tell the user where the circuit breaker is located. • Ventilate the air if the refrigerant gas leaks during installation. Continuing to use the air conditioner in the trouble status may cause mechanical problems to escalate or result in electric shocks or other failure. • When connecting the electrical wires. Disconnecting the refrigerant pipe with the service valve left open and the compressor still operating will cause air or other gas to be sucked in. Under no circumstances must this work be done by an unqualified individual since failure to carry out the work properly may result in electric shocks and/or electrical leaks. Excessive tighten of the flare nut may cause a crack in the flare nut after a long period. injury or other trouble. If the resistance value is low. ventilate the room immediately. or troubleshooting through the checking window on the electric parts box. use new and clean piping designed for R410A. during installation work. dust. You may receive an electric shock if the power is turned on without first conducting these checks. and possibly resulting in rupture. wear gloves to provide protection for electricians and from heat. insulating shoes and clothing to provide protection from electric shocks. . • Install a circuit breaker that meets the specifications in the installation manual and the stipulations in the local regulations and laws. If refrigerant gas leaks into the room and flows near a fire source. • Check that the product is properly earthed. Refrigerant recovery into the outdoor unit may result in serious accidents such as explosion of the unit. noxious gas may be generated. there is a smell of burning. • When executing address setting. oxidizing membrane or oil. noxious gas may be generated. refrigerating oil has also been changed. If the compressor is operated with the valve open and without refrigerant pipe. • For connecting pipes. Explanations given to user • Upon completion of the installation work. • Accordingly the exclusive tools are required for the new refrigerant (R410A). which may cause a injury.” CAUTION New Refrigerant Air Conditioner Installation • THIS AIR CONDITIONER ADOPTS THE NEW HFC REFRIGERANT (R410A) WHICH DOES NOT DESTROY OZONE LAYER.

Required Tools and Cautions on handling It is necessary to prepare the tools and parts for installation as described below. As well as the adoption of the new refrigerant. MAP140. Used tools Gauge manifold Charging hose Charging cylinder Gas leak detector Vacuum pump Vacuum pump with counterflow Flare tool Bender Refrigerant recovery device Torque wrench Pipe cutter Refrigerant canister Welding machine/Nitrogen gas cylinder Refrigerant charging balance Usage Vacuuming. Explanation of symbols : Newly prepared (It is necessary to use it exclusively with R410A. exclusive tools are required for the new refrigerant (R410A) as shown below.6 times.2) Attached pipe (for Ø28.9mm R22 (Existing article) Exclusive to R410A Enter the refrigerate name for identification R22 (Existing article) R22 (Existing article) EN 7-EN –4– 8-EN . Therefore. Connecting pipe for gas side piping (MAP080.) Exclusive to R410A Usable if a counter-flow preventive adapter is attached R22 (Existing article) Usable by adjusting size R22 (Existing article) Exclusive to R410A Exclusive to Ø12. • R410A refrigerant is vulnerable to impurities such as water. MAP100 type) Connecting pipe for gas side piping (MAP120. the size of the charge port of the main unit or connecting section of the installation tool differs to that of an air conditioner for the former refrigerant. or refrigerating oil does not enter the refrigerating cycle of the new refrigerant air conditioner during installation.6) 1 1 This air conditioner adopts the new HFC refrigerant (R410A) which does not deplete the ozone layer. MAP160 type) 3 INSTALLATION OF NEW REFRIGERANT AIR CONDITIONER Owner’s Manual Installation Manual CD-ROM (Owner’s manual.) For other languages that do not appear in this Installation Manual. Installation manual) Attached pipe (for Ø22. the refrigerating oil has been also changed. use new and clean piping materials so that water or dust does not enter. oxidizing membranes. The tools and parts which will be newly prepared in the following items should be restricted to exclusive use. separately from those for R22 or R407C. charging refrigerant and operation check Charging refrigerant Checking gas leak Vacuum drying Vacuum drying Flare processing of pipes Bending processing of pipes Recovering refrigerant Tightening flare nut Cutting pipes Charging refrigerant Welding of pipes Charging refrigerant Proper use of tools/parts Exclusive to R410A Exclusive to R410A Unusable (Use the Refrigerant charging balance. Accordingly.) : Former tool is available. • To prevent mixing of refrigerant or refrigerating oil. former refrigerant. F-GAS label 1 Fill the items on the label after adding refrigerant.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 2 ACCESSORY PARTS Part name Q’ty 1 2 1 Shape – – – Usage (Be sure to hand it to the customers. pay attention so that water. Please refer to the enclosed CD-ROM.) (Be sure to hand it to the customers. • For connecting pipes. or oils because the pressure of R410A refrigerant is higher than that of the former refrigerant by approximately 1.7mm and Ø15. dust.

or interference to devices listed above may occur. medical apparatus.9-EN –5– SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 10-EN 4 SELECTION OF INSTALLATION PLACE Installation space Leave space necessary for running. • Place which can reserve a sufficient service space for safe maintenance or checks. . • Place where there is no problem even if the drained water overflows. installation and servicing. Installation/servicing surface Square hole for handling Outdoor unit top view 500mm or more (Rear side) 10mm or more 500mm or more (Front side) 10mm or more 20mm or more 20mm or more NOTE • If there is an obstacle above the outdoor unit. Avoid the following places: • Salty places (seaside area) or places with much gas sulfide (hot spring area) (If selecting such a place. • Places with poor ventilation. • Places where a device generating high frequency (inverter. make sure that its height does not exceed 800mm. install the air conditioner in a place which satisfies the following conditions: • Place where it can be installed horizontally. special maintenance is required. • Places unable to bear the weight of the unit. or communication equipment) is set. leave a space of 2000mm or more to the top end of the outdoor unit. non-utility generator. • If there is a wall around the outdoor unit. steam. oil smoke or corrosive gas is generated. • Places where an organic solvent is used. • Chemical plants with a cooling system using liquid carbon dioxide.) • Places where oil (including machine oil).) • Places where discharged air from the outdoor unit blows against the windows of a neighbour's house. (Malfunction or abnormal control of the air conditioner. Air discharge Air intake Air intake Air intake Air intake Upon customer’s approval.

insert the prongs of the forklift into the rectangular holes for handling as shown below. and tie the unit from 4 sides. so the rope cannot be passed through.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual ▼ Combination of outdoor units Model name (Standard type) Cooperating outdoor unit Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1404* MMY-MAP1604* CARRYING IN THE OUTDOOR UNIT CAUTION MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1404* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-AP1814* MMY-AP2014* MMY-AP2214* MMY-AP2414* MMY-AP2614* MMY-AP2814* MMY-AP3014* MMY-AP3214* MMY-AP3414* MMY-AP3614* MMY-AP3814* MMY-AP4014* MMY-AP4214* MMY-AP4414* MMY-AP4614* MMY-AP4814* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1404* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* – – – – – MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1404* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1404* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-MAP1604* Handle the outdoor unit carefully. insert a rope able to bear the unit’s weight into the rectangular holes for handling. (Apply padding in positions where the rope comes into contact with the outdoor unit so that no damage is caused to the outer surface of the outdoor unit. observing the following items. • When using a forklift or other machinery for loading/unloading in transportation.) GOOD NO GOOD NO GOOD Plaster Rope Rectangular holes for handling Side Plaster Front /Back NO GOOD Rectangular holes for lifting Reinforcing plate Model name (High Efficiency Model) Cooperating outdoor unit Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 GOOD – – – – – – MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* Prongs of the forklift MMY-AP1624* MMY-AP2424* MMY-AP2624* MMY-AP2824* MMY-AP3024* MMY-AP3224* MMY-AP3424* MMY-AP3624* MMY-AP3824* MMY-AP4024* MMY-AP4224* MMY-AP4424* MMY-AP4624* MMY-AP4824* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1204* EN 11-EN –6– 12-EN .) (There are reinforcing plates on the side surfaces. • When lifting up the unit.

arrange them with 20mm or more spaces in between. No. (Avoid using a stand with a flat surface. the unit may fall down resulting in human injury. Snowfall-hood for air outlet (locally procured) Snowfall-hood for air outlet (4 faces) (locally procured) X Z Z X Stand (locally procured) 1. Fix each outdoor unit with M12 anchor bolts at 4 positions. • Perform specified installation work to protect against strong wind and earthquakes. • Leave enough space for the snowfall-hood so that it will not be an obstacle for the air inlet and the air outlet. • Apply an angled structure to the stand so that drainage will not be prevented. an accident by falling or dropping may be caused. 20mm projection is appropriate for an anchor bolt. If the outdoor unit is imperfectly installed. CAUTION Anchor bolt position 755 Anchor bolt position 755 • Drain water is discharged from the outdoor unit. • Set up a stand higher than the snowfall. Y Y REQUIREMENT Installation in a snowfall area 1.13-EN –7– SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 14-EN Weight centre and weight ◆ Weight centre of an outdoor unit (A) Anchor bolt position 700 6 (B) Anchor bolt position 920 INSTALLATION OF THE OUTDOOR UNIT WARNING • Be sure to install the outdoor unit in a place able to bear its weight. Model type MAP080 (A) MAP100 MAP120 (B) MAP140 MAP160 605 350 700 330 330 M12 anchor bolt 4 positions/unit Heat pump model 242 Cooling only model 241 500 390 645 20 X (mm) Y (mm) Z (mm) Weight (kg) 20mm or more 20mm or more . (Especially while heating) Install the outdoor unit in a place with good drainage. If strength is insufficient. • For installation. be careful of the strength and level of the foundation so that abnormal sounds (vibration or noise) are not generated. Mount a snowfall-hood onto the air inlet and the air outlet.) 2. To install multiple outdoor units. Install the outdoor unit on a higher foundation than the snowfall or set up a stand to install the unit so that snowfall will not affect the unit.

3. Set the outdoor units in order of capacity from the one with the largest capacity. (As shown in Figure 2. Regarding a T-shape branch joints for the liquid side. set the height of the stand to 500mm or more. a Outdoor unit connection piping kit cannot be attached so that the refrigerant of the main pipe flows directly into the header unit. A B (A arrow view) At a level position EN 16-EN 15-EN –8– . • Be careful of the direction of the Outdoor unit connection piping kit for the liquid side.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual • Anchor bolt positions are as shown below: Continuous hole (15 x 20 long hole) A 5.).) (Unit: mm) 755 790 Liquid piping ▼ Figure 1 GOOD Header unit A Follower unit B Follower unit C Model type MAP080*. (A (Header unit) ≥ B ≥ C ≥ D) 310 or more A 310 or more A B • Be sure to use a header unit for the leading outdoor unit to be connected to the main pipe. ▼ Figure 3 GOOD Header unit A Follower unit B Follower unit C ▼ Figure 4 NO GOOD Header unit A Follower unit B Follower unit C GOOD Anchor bolt Vibration-proof rubber Main pipe NO GOOD NO GOOD NO GOOD Main pipe To the indoor unit Extension valve To the indoor unit To gas-side branch unit The bent part of the fixing leg is not grounded. Do not use 4 stands on the corner to support the outdoor unit. NO GOOD GOOD 500mm or more Main pipe To the indoor unit NO GOOD Main pipe To the indoor unit Gas piping [Inverse connection of a gas-side branch unit] 4. GOOD Install the vibration-proof rubber so that the bent part of the fixing leg is grounded. MAP1000*. Mount the vibration-proof rubber (including vibration-proof blocks) so that it fits under the whole clamping leg. attach it level with the ground (Be sure not to exceed ±15 degrees. (Horizontal line) Within ±15 degrees (Horizontal line) Within ±15 degrees (B arrow view) Do not connect a branch unit vertically. When drawing out the refrigerant pipe from the underside. there is no restriction for its angle. (Figure 1 and 3) • Be sure to use a T-shaped branch joint (RBM-BT14E/RBM-BT24E: separately purchased) to connect each outdoor unit. MAP120* MAP1404*. 1604* A 700 920 B 990 1210 ▼ Figure 2 NO GOOD Header unit A Follower unit B Follower unit C 2. • When attaching a Y-shaped branch unit for the gas side. Be careful of the connecting arrangement of the header unit and follower units.

Install the additional unit so that its position is opposite to the header unit. check that the refrigerant gas does not leak. stove. (For replacing the ward compressor. Remove the front panel and the piping/ Hook wiring panel. remove the downward knockouts on the base plate of the outdoor unit. Piping/wiring panel • When drawing out the pipe forward. and leave a space of 500mm or more from the main pipe connecting the (Left (Right piping) outdoor unit with the indoor unit. Use an extension valve for installation (See the figure above. • After installation. MAP100. or kitchen range.). noxious gas may be generated. 500mm or more space is required.17-EN –9– SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 18-EN When drawing pipes downward [Vertical connection of branch units] 7 REFRIGERANT PIPING WARNING ▼ Figure 5 GOOD Header unit A Follower unit B Follower unit C ▼ Figure 6 NO GOOD • If the refrigerant gas leaks during installation. Connection of refrigerant pipe L-shaped pipe To gas-side branch unit To gas-side branch unit To gas-side branch unit To gas-side branch unit 50 mo 0 m re m o • Adding only one follower unit is possible. Specify the pipe diameter in advance to allow for adding another unit. If the leaked refrigerant gas comes into contact with fire. Lift up and remove the front panel. • The refrigerant pipe connecting section is set in the outdoor unit.) • As shown in the illustration on the right. Downward length of the balance pipe should be 5m or less. and perform piping on the right/left or rear side. r Ball valve of gas side Packed valve of liquid side Packed valve of balance pipe Ball valve of gas side Ball valve of liquid side Packed valve of balance pipe (MAP080. MAP160) .) (Left piping) (Right piping) Drawing out • When drawing out the pipe downward. If the refrigerant gas leaks into the room and comes into contact with fire such as a fan heater. considering service piping) Drawing out for work or other work on the unit. draw it out to the (Rear piping) outside via the piping/wiring panel. noxious gas may be generated. ventilate the room. MAP120) (MAP140. the hooks are at the right and left sides of the front panel. draw the pipes out of the outdoor unit. Front panel • Pipes can be drawn out forward or downward from the outdoor unit. (M5: 9 pcs.

5 12.5 12. Gas pipe Gas pipe Attachment pipe Socket Pipe Section to be cut MAP140 MAP160 Ø28.7 mm 15. of copper pipe 6. pipe.6 19. 9.5 1. pipe and the socket and pipe procured locally. 9. (If it is hard to loosen or tighten the flare nut of the balance pipe or packed valve of the liquid side with a double spanner.9 A +0 -0. then braze the supplied attachment pipe and the socket and pipe procured locally. Section to be cut Section to be cut Cut the L-shaped pipe at the horizontal straight Cut the L-shaped pipe at the vertical straight section.4 to 1.7 Cut the L-shaped pipe at the horizontal straight Cut the L-shaped pipe at the vertical straight section. then braze the supplied attachment section.5 Pipe connection method of valve at the gas side (Example) Type Pipe diameter Draw-out forward Draw-out downward Extruding margin of copper pipe with flare tools: A (Unit: mm) Copper pipe outer dia.4 mm 9.9 When using R410A tool When using conventional tool 0 to 0.2 kgf•m) 63 to 77 (6.2 16.5 mm 12. then braze the supplied attachment section.5mm longer than that of an R22 pipe so that the flare size matches the one specified.9 mm Type Pipe diameter Draw-out forward Draw-out downward Cut the L-shaped pipe at the horizontal straight Cut the L-shape pipe at the vertical straight section. then braze the supplied attachment pipe.6 Liquid pipe Balance pipe Gas pipe Gas pipe Attachment pipe Socket Pipe Section to be cut Liquid pipe Balance pipe Gas pipe Attachment pipe Socket Pipe Gas pipe Section to be cut B EN 19-EN – 10 – 20-EN .7 15. MAP120 Ø28.7 kgf•m) Packed valve of balance pipe Ball valve of gas side Packed valve of liquid side Section to be cut Extruding margin of copper pipe with flare machining: B (Unit: mm) Copper pipe outer dia.6 Liquid pipe Balance pipe Liquid pipe Balance pipe Gas pipe Attachment pipe Socket Pipe Gas pipe Tightening torque (N•m) 14 to 18 (1. • Use clean and new pipes for the refrigerant pipes and perform piping work so that water or dust does not contaminate the refrigerant. be sure to use nitrogen gas in order to prevent oxidation of the inside of the pipes. pipe and the socket and pipe procured locally. make a margin approx. Tighten the flare nut with the specified torque. then braze the supplied attachment section. the required level of tightening cannot be obtained. If a single spanner is used. then braze the supplied attachment pipe and the socket and pipe procured locally. • Be sure to use a double spanner to loosen or tighten the flare nut.3 to 4.) Outer dia. loosen or tighten the flare nut while holding the valve mounting plate with a spanner. It is convenient to use a copper pipe gauge for size adjustment of the extruding margin. 0.0 to 1.2 kgf•m) 50 to 62 (5. otherwise clogging of the refrigerating cycle due to oxidized scale may occur.0 to 6.2 Liquid pipe Balance pipe Gas pipe Attachment pipe Socket Pipe Liquid pipe Balance pipe Gas pipe Attachment pipe Socket Pipe Gas pipe * When using the conventional flare tool. and the socket and pipe procured locally.7 15. to connect R410A pipes with flaring. Gas pipe A MAP080 MAP100 Ø22.3 to 7. and the socket and pipe procured locally.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual REQUIREMENT • For a welding work of the refrigerant pipes.4 13.8 kgf•m) 33 to 42 (3.

20 1.52 (±0.00 1.70 15.35 072 096 Table 2 Capacity code Outdoor unit model name Equivalent to Equivalent to (Standard model) HP capacity MMY-MAP0804∗ MMY-MAP1004∗ MMY-MAP1204∗ MMY-MAP1404∗ MMY-MAP1604∗ MMY-AP1814∗ MMY-AP2014∗ MMY-AP2214∗ MMY-AP2414∗ MMY-AP2614∗ MMY-AP2814∗ MMY-AP3014∗ MMY-AP3214∗ MMY-AP3414∗ MMY-AP3614∗ MMY-AP3814∗ MMY-AP4014∗ MMY-AP4214∗ MMY-AP4414∗ MMY-AP4614∗ MMY-AP4814∗ 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 22.70 0. thickness of coupling F 6.28 6.02 ) 16.31 ( +0.2 4 5 6 8 10 Equivalent to capacity 2.22 28. the total value of capacity codes of the connectable indoor units differs based on the height difference between the indoor units.22 (±0.50 0.5 112 118 123 130 135 No.19 ( +0.35 9.5 40 45 50.5 112 118 123 130 135 No. refer to “Combination of outdoor units”.35 (±0.10 or less 0.21-EN – 11 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 22-EN Coupling size of brazed pipe Connected section External size Internal size Table 1 Indoor unit capacity rank 007 009 012 015 018 Capacity code Equivalent to HP 0.03 ) 22.02 ) 19.03) 9.6 4.5 5.16 or less 0.00 ( +0.81 ( +0.04) 34.04) 38.03 -0. of indoor units — — — — 27 — — — 40 43 47 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 Selection of pipe size ◆ Capacity code of indoor and outdoor units Selection of pipe material • For the indoor unit.28 (±0.02 ) G 6 7 8 8 10 10 12 13 14 14 0.25 1.6 7.20 or less 0.13 or less 0.82 1.02 ) 35. The maximum number of connectable indoor units and the total value of capacity codes of the indoor units are also decided.08 -0.8 1 1.5 68 73 78. the capacity code is decided at each capacity rank. (Table 2) NOTE Compared with the capacity code of the outdoor unit.90 (±0.02 ) 12.7 2 2.03 -0.02 ) 41.88 (±0. (Table 1) • The capacity codes of the outdoor units are decided at each capacity rank.1 8 9 11.15 or less 0.36 ( +0.70 (±0. • When the height difference between the indoor units is 15m or less: Up to 135% of the capacity code (Equivalent to HP) of the outdoor unit (Equivalent to HP) of the outdoor unit • When the height difference between the indoor units is over 15m: Up to 105% of the capacity code * For combination of the outdoor units.45 ( +0.04 -0.50 ( +0.75 ( +0.11 ( +0.2 14 16 22.80 0.2 2.92 38.03) 22. .04 ) 38.04 -0.03) 15.03) 28.28 or less 0.05) 024 027 030 036 048 056 Min.27 or less 0.8 3. (Allowable difference) C 6.4 28 K ØC ØF G (Unit: mm) Connected section Standard outer dia.4 56 61.60 0.03) 12.06 -0. of indoor units 13 16 20 23 27 30 33 37 40 43 47 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 Outdoor unit model name (High Efficiency model) — — — — MMY-AP1624∗ — — — MMY-AP2424∗ MMY-AP2624∗ MMY-AP2824∗ MMY-AP3024∗ MMY-AP3224∗ MMY-AP3424∗ MMY-AP3624∗ MMY-AP3824∗ MMY-AP4024∗ MMY-AP4224∗ MMY-AP4424∗ MMY-AP4624∗ MMY-AP4824∗ Capacity code Equivalent to Equivalent to HP capacity — — — — 16 — — — 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 — — — — 45 — — — 68 73 78.04 -0.08 -0.88 19.05) 41.4 28 33.05 22.25 or less 0.04 -0.5 85 90 96 101 106.58 (±0.03) 19.52 12. depth of insertion K 7 8 9 9 11 11 13 14 15 15 Oval value Min.10 (±0.10 41.26 1.80 0.06 or less 0.5 85 90 96 101 106.02 ) 9. of connected copper pipe External size Internal size Standard outer dia.04 -0.05 (±0.58 34.62 ( +0.5 3 3.08 or less 0.03 ) 28.

1 Ø22.5 to below 98.6 Ø34.0 to below 61.7 Ø12. (See Table 1 and 2.5 56.9 Ø15.) *1: If exceeding the main pipe size.7 Ø12.0 130.3 * Ø41.9 Ø34.9 Ø19.6 Ø34. EN 24-EN 23-EN – 12 – .5 61.0 34.7 Ø12.6 Ø28.4 6.2 Pipe size differs based on the capacity code of the outdoor unit.9 Same as connecting pipe size of the outdoor unit. apply the capacity code of the outdoor unit.4 Equivalent to capacity Below 6.5 98. If the total value exceeds the capacity code of the outdoor unit.7 Ø15.2 20.).2 Ø22.6 Ø28.5 (8) Outdoor unit connection piping kit (For linking of outdoor units) (6) (7) Branching header (2) Ø28. (See Table 2.7 Ø15.3 Liquid side Ø9.4 to below 61.2 Ø28.5 to below 73.5 Ø12.0 or more Gas side Liquid Balanc side e pipe Pipe size differs based on the total capacity code value of outdoor units at the downstream side.1 Ø19.0 to below 56.6 Ø28.2 12.2 Ø22.) (6) (4) (6) (4) (6) (4) (6) (3) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) Outdoor unit connection piping kit of header unit First branching section 8 to below 12 12 to below 14 Main piping 14 to below 22 22 to below 36 36 to below 46 Indoor unit 46 or more * Maximum equivalent length of main pipe is 70m or less (The actual length is 50m or less.4 to below 33.9 Ø41.0 101. Piping parts Name Selection of pipe size Connecting pipe size of outdoor unit Remarks Type Outdoor unit Gas side Ø22.4 to below 12.6 6.9 Ø41.0 or more Gas side Ø22. (See Table 2.9 Ø19. set the size to the same as the main pipe size.9 Ø41.5 ore more Gas side Ø12.) Ø9.0 73.5 (1) Outdoor unit connecting pipes Pipe size for connecting piping between outdoor units (8) (2) (3) Main piping (2) (8) Total capacity codes of outdoor units at the downstream side Between Outdoor unit connection piping kits Main connecting piping between outdoor units Equivalent to Equivalent to HP capacity 16 to below 22 22 to below 26 26 to below 36 45.9 Ø22.5 to below 38.5 61.0 to below 101.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual Header unit A Follower unit B Follower unit C Follower unit D No.7 Ø15.1 Ø22. Pipe size between branching sections *1 Total capacity codes of indoor units at downstream side Equivalent to HP Below 2.0 18.0 101.4 to below 6.0 to below 34.7 Ø15.6 Liquid side Ø12.1 Ø22.3 Liquid side Ø12.2 Ø28.4 38.5 to below 101.2 to below 35.1 to below 130.3 Ø15.6 Ø34.9 Ø19. (1) Outdoor unit Outdoor unit connection piping kit MAP080 Outdoor unit connecting pipe MAP100 MAP120 MAP140 MAP160 (8) (1) (1) (1) (2) Balance pipes Ø9.2 Ø28.2 to below 20.5 Ø9.2 (4) Branching section Branching pipe Branching section 2.2 (4) Branching pipe First branch Y-shape branching joint (4) (5) Indoor unit connecting pipe (5) (5) (4) (6) Y-shaped branching joint 36 or more Size of main piping (5) (5) Indoor unit Total capacity codes of all outdoor units Equivalent to HP Equivalent to capacity 22.5 33.6 to below 18.2 or more Pipe size differs based on the total capacity code value of indoor units at the downstream side.2 35.

5 RBM-HY2083E First branching section Branching header Indoor unit connecting pipe Indoor unit a b L7 c Y-shaped branching joint d e *2: Up to a total of 6.2 to below 25.2 14.4 to below 14.0 Model name RBM-HY1043E RBM-HY1083E Height difference between outdoor and indoor units: H1 ≤ 70 m (7) Branching section Branching header *2 Branching header 14.0 maximum equivalent to HP capacity codes is connectable to one line after branching of header.0 to below 70.4 6. When the total capacity codes of all outdoor units are 12 to below 26 (equivalent to HP) and you use a branching header for the first branching section.2 to below 25.7 Ø15. In addition.2 Equivalent to capacity Below 40.2 40.5 RBM-HY2043E 14. you cannot use a branching header for the first branching section when the total capacity codes of all outdoor units are over 26 (equivalent to HP).5 70.0 to below 70.2 Liquid side Ø6.0 to below 70.5 or more Model name RBM-BY55E RBM-BY105E RBM-BY305E Main piping L1 RBM-BY205E (6) Branching section Y-shaped branching joint Y-shape branching joint Below 6. Outdoor unit connection piping kit (For linking of outdoor units) L3 The longest piping length: L ≤ 235 m The longest piping length from the first branch: Li ≤ 90 m Y-shaped branching joint L4 g Indoor unit (j) L5 h L6 i j Height difference between indoor units: H2 ≤ 40 m Total capacity code of outdoor units*3 Outdoor unit piping Branching section connection kit (For linking of outdoor units) Equivalent to HP Outdoor unit connection piping kit (For linking of outdoor units) Below 26. Piping parts Name Selection of pipe size Connecting pipe size of indoor unit Remarks Allowable length of refrigerant pipes and allowable height difference between units D Follower unit Outdoor unit Height difference between outdoor units H3 ≤ 5 m Outdoor unit connecting pipes A B C Header Follower Follower unit unit unit Capacity rank Branching section Indoor unit connecting pipe Indoor unit 007 to 012 type 015 to 018 type 024 to 056 type 072 to 096 type 15m or less real length Real length exceeds 15m Gas side Ø9.5 Ø12.0 Above 73.4 Ø6. use a RBM-HY2043E or RBM-HY2083E regardless of the total capacity codes of outdoor units at downstream side.25-EN – 13 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 26-EN No.7 (5) Selection of branching section (Y-shaped branching joint) Ld La Lb Lc Total capacity code of indoor units Equivalent to HP Equivalent to capacity Below 18.2 Below 14.0 Model name RBM-BT14E RBM-BT24E f (8) *3: Downstream side when regarding the main piping as the start point .2 or more LA LB Outdoor unit connection piping kit (For linking of outdoor units) The longest piping between outdoor units: L0 ≤ 25 m Selection of branching section (Branching header) Total capacity code of indoor units Equivalent to HP For 4 branches For 8 branches Below 14.0 Below 40.0 18.0 to below 40.2 to below 25.0 26.7 Ø12.0 or more Equivalent to capacity Below 73.4 Ø9.9 Ø22.4 Ø6.0 40.5 Ø12.2 40.2 25.

apply pressure gradually in steps at the liquid side. or noxious gases in an airtight test. f.5MPa (15kg/cm²G) for 5 minutes or more. gas side and balance pipe side.0kg/cm²G) for 5 minutes or more. make the equivalent length 70m (real length 50m) or less.) H2 ≤ 15m 15m < H2 Up to 4 units Up to 48 HP Up to 48 units 135% of outdoor units’ capacity 105% of outdoor units’ capacity Airtightness test After the refrigerant piping has been finished. Apply pressure 1. Available to detect slow leakage 3.3MPa (3. liquid side and balance pipe side. For an airtight test. • An airtight test can only be performed at the service ports at the liquid side. ◆ Cautions for installation • • • • Set the outdoor unit first connected to the bridging pipe to the indoor units as the header unit. execute an airtight test. use Y-shaped branching joints to keep pipes level. i.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual ◆ System restriction Outdoor unit combination Total capacity of outdoor units Indoor unit connection Total capacity of indoor units (varies depending on the height difference between indoor units. Able to detect a serious leakage 1. 24 hours. Lb. Apply pressure 0. c. b. the test is passed. • Close the valves fully at the gas side. Lc. d. gas side and balance pipe side. L3. you do not have to re-tighten the liquid side valve rod as their valves at the liquid side are ball valves. • Be sure to apply pressure from the service ports of the packed valves (or ball valves) at the liquid side. L6. gas side and balance pipe side on header unit. INSTALLATION OF THE OUTDOOR UNIT”. EN 27-EN – 14 – 28-EN . Be sure to apply pressure at the gas side.73MPa (38kg/cm²G) for approx. Make the difference 65m or less if the height difference between outdoor and indoor units (H1) is more than 3m. INSTALLATION OF THE OUTDOOR UNIT”. Make the difference 30m or less if the height difference between indoor units (H2) is more than 3m. As there is a possibility that the nitrogen gas will enter into the cycle of outdoor units. re-tighten the valve rods at the liquid side and balance pipe side before applying pressure. Do not connect them as in figure 2 on “6. WARNING Never use oxygen. When piping to outdoor units using Outdoor unit connection piping kits. real length) Less than 96kW 96kW or more Less than 34HP or less 34HP or more Equivalent length Real length Equivalent length Real length Allowable value 300m 500m 235m 190m 120m (*2) 100m (*2) 90m (*3) 25m 10m 30m 50m 70m (*4) 40m (*5) 40m 5m Pipes LA + LB + La + Lb + Lc + Ld + L1 + L2 + L3 + L4 + L5 + L6 + L7 + a + b + c + d + e + f + g + h + i + j LA + LB + Ld + L1 + L3 + L4 + L5 + L6 + j Connected to indoor unit Main piping Gas side valve fully closed Low pressure High pressure gauge gauge Header outdoor unit Service port Brazed Copper pipe Fully closed VL VH Gauge manifold Farthest piping length L (*1) Main piping length Pipe length Packed valve details L1 L3 + L4 + L5 + L6 + j LA + LB + Ld (LA + Lb. and balance pipe side. • If there is no pressure decrease after 24 hours. h. g. connect a nitrogen gas canister as shown in the figure on the next page and apply pressure. Apply pressure 3. farthest indoor unit: (j) If the total capacity of outdoor units is 46HP or more. Ld a. Make the difference 50m or less if the height difference between indoor units (H2) is more than 3m. L7 – – – – Balance service port To gauge manifold Liquid-side service port Liquid-side valve To outdoor unit To outdoor unit Gas-side valve Reducing valve Farthest equivalent piping length from the first branch Li (*1) Farthest equivalent piping length between outdoor units L0 (*1) Maximum equivalent piping length of pipes connected to outdoor units Maximum real length of pipes connected to indoor units Maximum equivalent length between branching sections Height between outdoor and indoor units H1 Height between indoor units H2 Height between indoor units H3 Upper outdoor units Lower outdoor units To outdoor unit Service port Gas-side service port Piping at site Liquid valve fully closed Fully closed Copper pipe Nitrogen gas Balance valve Piping at site Piping at site Service port Balanced pipe side valve fully closed Height difference Connected to other follower units *1: *2: *3: *4: *5: Farthest outdoor unit from the first branch: (D). ◆ Allowable length and allowable height difference of refrigerant piping Item Total extension of pipe (liquid pipe. L5. L4. flammable gases.) • For each refrigerant line. LA + LB + Lc) La. e. 2. Install the outdoor units in order of their capacity codes: A (header unit) ≥ B ≥ C ≥ D When connecting gas pipes to indoor units. (When using MAP140 or MAP160. liquid side. intersect the pipes to the outdoor unit and those to indoor units at a right angle as shown in figure 1 on “6. j L2.

. the pressure will change by about 0. Consider the pressure change when checking the test result. Check the leakage using a foaming agent or other measures and seal the leak with re-brazing.7kPa (5Torr. In that case. • Be sure to use a vacuum pump equipped with the counter-flow prevention function so that oil in the pump will not flow back into piping for air conditioners. close the valves VL and VH on the gauge manifold fully and stop the vacuum pump. check the leakage at the connecting points. Leave it as it is for 1 hour to confirm that the vacuuming degree does not change. gas side. execute an airtight test again.) After finishing the airtight test and discharging nitrogen gas. If the pressure does not reach -100. if the environmental temperature changes from the moment of applying pressure to 24 hours after that.7kPa or less after vacuuming for 2 hours or more. continue vacuuming for 1 hour or more.01MPa (0.29-EN – 15 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 30-EN NOTE However. stop vacuuming and check for air leakage. a problem may be caused in the refrigerating cycle.7kPa after 3 hours of vacuuming. Check that all the packed valves at the liquid side. • After finishing the above procedure of vacuuming. • If the pressure reaches -100. gas. flare retightening or other methods. Low pressure High pressure gauge gauge REQUIREMENT When pressure decrease is detected in steps 1-3. moisture may remain in the pipes. and balance pipe side are fully closed. (If oil in the vacuum pump enters in the air conditioner with R410A refrigerant. Be sure to perform vacuuming for the liquid. exchange the vacuum pump with a refrigerant canister and advance to the additional charging of refrigerant. • If the pressure does not reach -100. -755mmHg)] and large exhaust gas amount (40L/minute or larger). Connected to indoor unit Main pipe Packed valve fully closed (gas side) Header outdoor unit Service port VL VH Gauge manifold Packed valve details To gauge manifold Liquid-side service port Liquid-side valve Balance service port To outdoor unit Piping at site Balance valve Piping at site To outdoor unit To outdoor unit Gas-side valve Brazed Fully closed Service port P Gas-side service port Piping at site Fully closed Packed valve fully closed (liquid side) Vacuum pump Service port Packed valve fully closed (balance) Follower units • Use a vacuum pump with a high vacuuming degree [-100.1kg/cm²G) per 1°C. If the degree of vacuum loss is large. though the time differs depending on the pipe length. inject dry nitrogen gas and apply pressure to 0. connect the gauge manifold to the service ports of the liquid side. Vacuum drying • Be sure to perform vacuuming from both liquid and gas sides. gas side. • Perform vacuuming for 2 or 3 hours. and balance pipe sides. After sealing.7kPa or less. and balance pipe side and connect a vacuum pump as shown in the figure below.05MPa and perform vacuuming again.

5 11.0 0. calculate the amount and charge it additionally.0 0. and then charge refrigerant into service port at the gas side.0 -6. choke the refrigerant slightly by operating the valve of the canister to charge liquid refrigerant.0 -2.0 2.5 MAP140 MAP160 Cooling only type MAP080 10. • If the specified amount of refrigerant cannot be charged. fully open the valves of the outdoor unit at liquid and gas sides.0 12.5 MAP120 10.0 0.0 -4. • The liquid refrigerant may be charged suddenly.5 0.5 2. be sure to charge the liquid refrigerant into the service port at the liquid side.2 0.0 -5.5 MAP160 11.0 8.0 6. NOTE If the additional refrigerant amount indicates minus as the result of calculation.0 -4.0 7.250 22.105 15.5 MAP100 10. exchange the vacuum pump with a refrigerant canister and start additional charging of refrigerant.7 0.0 3.0 Calculation of additional refrigerant charge amount Refrigerant charge amount at shipment from the factory does not include the refrigerant for pipes at the local site.5 9.0 -6.350 46 48 16 24 26 28 30 32 High Efficiency type 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 8HP 10HP 12HP 14HP 16HP 10HP 10HP 12HP 12HP 16HP 16HP 16HP 16HP 12HP 12HP 16HP 16HP 16HP 16HP 16HP 16HP 8HP 8HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 8HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 12HP 12HP 12HP 12HP Combined outdoor units (HP) – – – – – 8HP 10HP 10HP 12HP 10HP 12HP 14HP 16HP 12HP 12HP 12HP 12HP 14HP 16HP 16HP 16HP 8HP 8HP 8HP 10HP 10HP 8HP 8HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 12HP 12HP 12HP – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10HP 12HP 10HP 12HP 12HP 12HP 14HP 16HP – 8HP 8HP 8HP 10HP 8HP 8HP 8HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 12HP 12HP – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8HP 8HP 8HP 8HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 10HP 12HP C (Corrective amount of refrigerant) (kg) 1. operate the air conditioner in COOL mode.0 -4.0 7.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual Adding refrigerant After finishing vacuuming.0 -6.9 0.160 19. therefore be sure to charge refrigerant gradually.5 8.5 8. For refrigerant to be charged in pipes at the local site.4 0. Table 2 Combined HP (HP) 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 Standard type 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 6.5 0.0 10. EN 31-EN – 16 – 32-EN .0 5.5 Additional refrigerant charge amount at local site = Real length of liquid pipe × Additional refrigerant charge amount per 1m liquid pipe (Table 1) + Corrective amount of refrigerant depending on HP of cooperating outdoor units (Table 2) Table 1 Liquid pipe dia.0 -6.5 MAP140 11. (mm) Additional refrigerant amount/1m liquid pipe (kg/m) Charging of refrigerant • Keeping the valve of the outdoor unit closed.5 3.5 3. Heat pump type Outdoor unit type Charging amount (kg) Outdoor unit type Charging amount (kg) MAP080 MAP100 MAP120 11.025 9.0 4.5 12. In this time.5 10.0 -2.0 14.1 0. use the air conditioner without additional refrigerant.055 12.

Periodical inspections for refrigerant leaks may be required depending on European or local legislation. 2. the leak shall be stopped and repaired as soon as possible. fully open the valve rods. Prevent emission of the contained fluorinated greenhouse gas. etc. When any leakage of the contained fluorinated greenhouse gas is detected. turn it counterclockwise by 90° until it hits the stopper. MAP140 MAP160 Ball valve Using a flathead screwdriver.33-EN – 17 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 34-EN Full opening of the valve Open the valves of the outdoor unit fully. • Under the opened condition. Clearly write the charged refrigerant quantity on the refrigerant label using indelible ink. . Contact dealers. also close the openings of the base plate and the side plate. fully open the valve rods. Ensure that the fluorinated greenhouse gas is never vented to the atmosphere during installation. place the included transparent protective sheet over the label to prevent the writing from rubbing off. Any handling of the fluorinated greenhouse gas in this product. do not apply excessive torque after the screwdriver hits the stopper. MAP080 MAP100 MAP120 Packed valve Using a 4mm-hexagonal wrench. 3. a problem may be caused due to the entering of water or dust. 4. turn it counterclockwise by 90° until it hits the stopper. (Full open) R410A kg kg kg Pre-charged Refrigerant at Factory [kg]. for any questions. turn it counterclockwise by 90° until it hits the stopper. (Full open) Service port Position of screwdriver slot F-GAS label This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol • Chemical Name of Gas • Global Warming Potential (GWP) of Gas R410A 1975 CAUTION 1. 6. and balance sides. installers. otherwise a problem may be caused on the valve. 7. specified in the nameplate Additional Charge on Installation Site [kg] Gas side Fully closed Fully opened Heat insulation for pipe • Apply heat insulation of pipe separately at the liquid. shall comply under (EC) Regulation No.. Finishing after connecting pipes • After piping connection work has been finished. 842/2006 on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases and any relevant local legislation. Stick the enclosed refrigerant label adjacent to the charging and/or recovering location. gas. service or disposal. (Full open) Fully closed Fully opened Liquid side (1) (2) Slot Flare nut * When opened fully. such as when moving the product or recharging the gas. Valve unit Using flathead screwdriver. Ball valve Using a minus screwdriver. Only qualified service personnel are allowed to access and service this product. 5. or fill silicon or putty into the space between the pipes. Then. • Be sure to use thermal insulator resistant up to 120°C or higher for pipes at the gas side. cover the opening of the piping/wiring panel with the piping cover. (5 N•m or less) Balance pipe Balance packed valve Using a 4mm-hexagonal wrench. • In case of drawing-out the pipes downward or sideward.

3 Interval 2m 3m Power supply specifications Do not bridge the power between outdoor units through the equipped terminal blocks (L1. Capacity shortages of the power circuit or an incomplete installation may cause an electric shock or fire. the coating of cables may melt and cause an accident. Drawing-out sideward Drawing-out sideward Close the opening with the pipe cover.5 28. CAUTION • Perform wiring of power supply complying with the rules and regulations of the local electric company. • Do not conduct power to indoor units until vacuuming of the refrigerant pipes has finished.0 69. the unit may break down.5 49.2 . Diameter of pipe (mm) Ø15. U4. U3.9 .0 54.0 57.0 51.Ø41. U2. • After connecting wires to the terminal block. N). Drawing-out frontward Drawing-out downward Drawing-out frontward Drawing-out downward Fill silicon or putty into the periphery of the pipes.5 25.5 33. L3.7 73.0 65. otherwise.0 62.0 MOCP (A) 32 32 40 40 50 63 63 63 63 80 80 80 100 3N~ 50Hz 380-400-415V 3N~ 50Hz 380-400-415V EN 36-EN – 18 – . take off the traps and fix the wires with cord clamps.2 36. otherwise. • Be sure that electric wiring does not come into contact with high-temperature parts of piping. • Do not connect 380V .1 Ø22. follow the instructions in the installation manual of each indoor unit. U5. U6).Ø19. L2. ◆ Pipe holding bracket Attach pipe holding brackets following the table below. • Follow the same structure for both the control wiring and refrigerate piping.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual When using the piping cover Piping/wiring panel When not using the piping cover Piping/wiring panel 8 ELECTRIC WIRING WARNING The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations. • For the wiring of power to indoor units and that between indoor and outdoor units. Power supply for outdoor units NO GOOD ◆ Power wiring selection Standard model MCA: Minimum Circuit Amps MOCP: Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Amps) Model MMY-MAP0804* MMY-MAP1004* MMY-MAP1204* MMY-MAP1404* MMY-MAP1604* MMY-AP1814* MMY-AP2014* MMY-AP2214* MMY-AP2414* MMY-AP2614* MMY-AP2814* MMY-AP3014* MMY-AP3214* 35-EN Power Supply Phase and frequency Nominal Voltage MCA (A) 23.415V power to the terminal blocks for control cables (U1.

9 70.0 105.0 MOCP (A) 63 80 80 100 100 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 Central control controller U1 U2 U3 U4 U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 Communication wiring between outdoor units (Shield wire) Communication wiring between indoor and outdoor units (Shield wire) Communication wiring between indoor units (Shield wire) 3N~ 50Hz 380-400-415V U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit A B A B A B L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N Remote controller Remote controller Remote controller (Group control) • Communication wiring and central control wiring use 2-core non-polarity wires. Perform the ground of wires at one side only for the header outdoor unit. for the system grounding.5 93.0 114.0 111. (A. (A.37-EN – 19 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 38-EN Model MMY-AP3414* MMY-AP3614* MMY-AP3814* MMY-AP4014* MMY-AP4214* MMY-AP4414* MMY-AP4614* MMY-AP4814* Power Supply Phase and frequency Nominal Voltage MCA (A) 82.5 85. B terminals) Use 2-core non-polarity wire for wiring of group control. • Use 2-core non-polarity wire for remote controller.5 76.0 108. Use 2-core shield wires to prevent noise trouble.4 72.9 100. In this case.5 106. B terminals) Circuit breaker (Earth leakage breaker) Main switch (Fuse) .4 74.9 97.5 90. and isolate the end of terminal.5 MOCP (A) 100 100 100 125 125 125 125 125 Specifications for communication wiring ◆ Design of communication wiring Summary of communication wiring Header outdoor Follower outdoor 3N~ 50Hz 380-400-415V High efficiency model Model MMY-AP1624* MMY-AP2424* MMY-AP2624* MMY-AP2824* MMY-AP3024* MMY-AP3224* MMY-AP3424* MMY-AP3624* MMY-AP3824* MMY-AP4024* MMY-AP4224* MMY-AP4424* MMY-AP4624* MMY-AP4824* Phase and frequency 3N~ 50Hz 3N~ 50Hz Nominal Voltage 380-400-415V 380-400-415V MCA (A) 46.0 102.2 101.2 109.5 93.5 98.8 95. close (connect) the end of shield wires.

Table-2 Wiring Type Size/Length Communication wiring between outdoor units (L5) 2-core.0 mm2 • Up to 500 m (L6 + L7) • Up 400 m in case of wireless remote controller in group control. non-polarity 0. U1 U2 A B Indoor unit U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B A B Table-3 Remote controller Remote controller L7 L6 Remote controller Piping/wiring panel Table-1 Wiring Type Size/Length Communication wiring between indoor and outdoor units (L1.0 mm2/Up to 100 m (L5) Table-3 Wire Size Length Remote controller wiring (L6.4 AB No.8 AB Header unit Outdoor unit U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 Header Follower unit unit U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 Follower unit U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 Header unit U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 Follower unit U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 Remote controller L1 L2 U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B U1 U2 L5 Table-1 Table-2 L3 Connection of power wires and communication wires Remove knockouts on the piping/wiring panel on the front of the unit and the panel on the bottom to get the power and communication wires through the holes. • Up to 200 m total length of communication wiring between indoor units (L6) EN 39-EN – 20 – 40-EN . non-polarity Shield wire 1. Central control wiring (L4) 2-core. non-polarity Shield wire 1.25 mm2 to 2.0 mm2: Up to 2000 m (*1) Knockout for the communication wire Knockout for the power wire Knockout for the power supply wire (*1): Total length of Communication wiring length for all refrigerant circuits (L1 + L2 + L3 + L4) NOTE Be sure to separate the power wire and communication wires.7 AB No.2 AB No.25 mm2: Up to 1000 m/2. Central control controller U1 U2 U3 U4 ◆ Group control through a Remote Controller Group control of multiple indoor units (8 units) through a single remote controller switch Indoor unit No.5 mm2 to 2.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual Be sure to keep the rule of below tables about size and length of communication wiring.1 AB (A. L3).3 AB No. L2. L7) 2-core.B) Super modular multi system L4 Table-1 Follower unit U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 No.

6 Cord clamps ◆ Communication wire connection Get the communication wire through the cutout on the side of the electric parts box and connect it to the communication wire terminals.96 Communication wire terminal M3.0 5.5 to 6. 2. Screw size and tightening torque U5. U2: Communication wiring between Indoor/Outdoor unit Screw size L1 L2 L3 N Tightening torque (N•m) 0. Communication terminal block Power supply wires Cord clamp Earth screw Communication wires U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 TO INDOOR UNIT TO TO CENTRAL CONTROL OUTDOOR UNIT LER ◆ Power supply wire connection 1.80 to 0. fix the power supply wire with the 2 cord clamps. then fix it with the communication cable clamp.5 to 3. Also. Be sure to use round-type crimping terminals for power connection. After that.41-EN – 21 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 42-EN Screw size and tightening torque Screw size Power supply terminal block Power supply terminal Earth screw M6 M8 Tightening torque (N•m) 2. apply insulating sleeves to the crimping parts. U6: Communication wiring between outdoor units U3.5 L1 L2 L3 N 10mm or more Earth line Power supply wire . Use a driver of appropriate size to fix the terminal screws. U4: Central control device U1. Insert the power supply wire through the cutout on the side of the electric parts box and connect the power supply wire to the power supply terminal block and the earth line to the earth screw.

• If you turn on the outdoor unit before turning on the indoor units. board of the outdoor unit until the indoor units are turned on. • Settings on the outdoor unit are required for automatic addressing.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual Regulation of high frequency wave This equipment complies with IEC 61000-3-12 provided that the short-circuit power Ssc is greater than or equal to Ssc (*1) at the interface point between the user’s supply and the public system. Set the addresses following the steps below. If you set addresses on an outdoor unit. board on the header outdoor unit setting addresses on the wired remote controller. (Address setting is not started simply by turning on the power.) • Running the unit is not required for address setting. * When setting an address manually. • The addresses can be set manually. [E19] is indicated on the 7segment display on the interface P. * After finishing operations. Do not remove the cover of electrical control box. This is not a malfunction.C. operate the unit through the access door shown on the illustration on the right to avoid electric shock. the wired remote controller must temporarily be paired with an indoor unit one-to-one. close the access door cover and fix it with the screw. it is recommended to make sure that the short-circuit power Ssc at the interface point is greater than the sum of the minimum Ssc required by all the equipment which will be connected to the interface point. by consultation with the distribution network operator if necessary. that the equipment is connected only to a supply with a short-circuit power Ssc greater than or equal to Ssc (*1) Furthermore. it is required to set the addresses of the indoor units before starting air conditioning. when similar equipment or other equipment which may cause harmonic current emissions are to be connected to the same interface point with this equipment. Access door cover Cover of the electrical control box Fixing screw for the access door cover Automatic address setting No central control: Central control of 2 or more refrigerant lines: go to Address setting procedure 1 go to Address setting procedure 2 When controlling 2 or more refrigerant lines centrally To procedure 2 (Example) Address setting procedure When controlling a single refrigerant line centrally To procedure 1 Outdoor Central remote controller Indoor Outdoor Central remote controller Outdoor Outdoor Central remote controller System wiring diagram Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Remote controller Remote controller Remote controller Remote controller Remote controller Remote controller EN 44-EN 43-EN – 22 – . It is the responsibility of the installer or user of the equipment to ensure. • Be sure to complete the electric wiring before setting the addresses. • It may take up to ten minutes (normally about five minutes) to address one refrigerant line automatically. to reduce the risk of possible problems which may be caused from addition of those harmonic current emissions. (when the system is organized for group operation and no Remote controller) REQUIREMENT • High voltage parts exist in the electrical control box. Ssc (*1) Model MMY-MAP0804HT8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP0804T8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1004HT8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1004T8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1204HT8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1204T8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1404HT8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1404T8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1604HT8(Z)(ZG)-E MMY-MAP1604T8(Z)(ZG)-E Ssc (kVA) 1004 1290 1560 1692 1942 9 ADDRESS SETTING CAUTION On this unit.C. the CODE No. Automatic addressing: Manual addressing: setting addresses using SW15 on the interface P.

) The 7-segment display indicates Auto 1 → Auto 2 → Auto 3 . be sure to turn on all the indoor units in the group before setting addresses.(U. 1 Set a system address for each system using SW 13 and 14 on the interface P. Press SW 15 to start the automatic address setting. .C. About one minute after turning the power on. 1. and then turn on outdoor units. 1.45-EN – 23 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 46-EN ◆ Address setting procedure 1 1 2 3 4 ◆ Address setting procedure 2 Turn on indoor units first.. In that case. Interface P. “L03” (Indoor header unit overlap) is indicated as running starts.(U. Do not use a same address as another system (refrigerant line) or a custom side. light) remain lit on the display. board on the header outdoor unit SW04 SW05 SW15 3 2.. .C. 1.C. each line’s header indoor unit is set separately. 1. confirm that the 7-segment display on the interface P. flash) . ✕: switch OFF) SW13 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ 1 ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ 2 ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ SW14 3 ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ 4 ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ REQUIREMENT • When 2 or more refrigerant lines are controlled as a group. After the indication. board on the header outdoor unit SW06 1 2 3 4 SW07 1 2 3 4 SW09 1 2 3 4 SW10 1 2 3 4 Interface P.. (Example) Controlling 2 or more refrigerant lines as a group Line (system) address 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Outdoor Outdoor 10 11 12 Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor 13 14 Remote controller (Group control) 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 System wiring diagram . board of the header outdoor unit indicates U. L08 (U. board on the header outdoor unit of each system. U.. When the flashing stops and U. (It may take up to 10 minutes (normally about 5 minutes) to complete one line’s setting. • If you set the unit addresses of each line separately. flash) starts flashing on the display. the CODE No. 1. Change the group address to make one unit the header unit using wired remote controller. board on the outdoor unit (: switch ON.C. 1.4 SW11 1 2 3 4 SW12 1 2 3 4 SW13 1 2 3 4 SW14 1 2 3 4 D600 D601 D602 D603 D604 SW01 SW02 SW03 Switch settings for a line (system) address on the interface P. the setting is complete.C. (Factory default: Address 1) NOTE Be sure to set a unique address on each system.

light) When the flashing stops and . About 1 minute after turning the power on. the setting is complete. After completing address setting of all systems.) 2 Be sure to disconnect the relay connectors between the [U1U2] and [U3U4] terminals on all the header outdoor units that will be connected to the central control. 1. 1.C. refer to the installation manuals of the central control devices.. (For unifying the termination of the wiring for the central control of indoor and outdoor units) 1 2 7-segment display SW13 SW14 D600 D601 D602 D603 D604 SW01 SW02 SW03 7 8 SW30 EN 47-EN – 24 – 48-EN . U. 1. U2] and [U3. boards of all the header outdoor units connected to the same central control. 2 (For the setting of the central control address... 1. . flash) After the indication. and then turn on outdoor units.(U.) U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 Header unit interface P. U. (Factory default: disconnected) 9 U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 TO TO CENTRAL CONTROL OUTDOOR UNIT LER TO INDOOR UNIT 10 Set the central control address.. board of the header outdoor unit indicates . . (It may take up to 10 minutes (normally about 5 minutes) to complete one line’s setting. flash) P. except the unit that has the lowest address. U4] terminals of the header outdoor unit of each refrigerant line.C. confirm that the 7-segment display on the interface U. starts flashing on the display. 1. L08 (U. board TO INDOOR UNIT TO CENTRAL CONTROL LER TO OUTDOOR UNIT SW15 SW04 SW05 3 4 5 6 Turn on indoor units first. “–”: not used for system address setting (Do not change their positions. 1. Repeat steps 4 to 6 for other refrigerant lines.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual Line (system) address 26 27 28 SW13 1 – – – 2 – – – 3 – – – 4 1 ✕ 2 ✕ SW14 3 ✕ ✕ ✕ 4 9 Connect the relay connectors between the [U1. Press SW 15 to start the automatic address setting.C. remains lit on the display. turn off dip switch 2 of SW30 on the interface P.(U.) The 7-segment display indicates Auto 1 → Auto 2 → Auto 3 .

C. 8 4. *The items in bold font must be set manually. SET DATA SETTING UNIT No. Open Open Open ▼ Wiring example of 2 refrigerant lines Refrigerant line 1 Refrigerant line 2 Outdoor unit Header unit Follower unit Header unit Follower unit Header unit Central control controller Outdoor unit U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 U3 U4 U1 U2 U5 U6 Remote controller Indoor unit 1 Indoor unit 2 Indoor unit 3 Indoor unit 1 Indoor unit 2 Relay connector Relay connector Relay connector Line (system) address Indoor unit address 1 1 1 Header unit 1 2 2 Follower unit 1 3 2 Follower unit 2 1 2 Follower unit 2 2 2 Follower unit U1 U2 A B Remote controller U1 U2 A B Remote controller U1 U2 A B Remote controller Group U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B Remote controller Group address In the example above. CODE No. Individual Indoor units (automatic setting) Line (system) address Indoor unit address Group address 1 1 0 1 2 0 CODE No. 14 (Line (system) address) Dip switch 2 of SW30 (Terminator of indoor/ outdoor communication line and central control line) Relay connector Header unit 1 Follower unit (No setting required) (No setting required) Header unit 2 Set to OFF after setting addresses. and TEST buttons at the same time for more than 4 seconds.C. Connect after setting addresses. 7. CAUTION Relay connector connection Never connect relay connectors between the [U1. 9 1 Pair the indoor unit to set and the remote controller one-to-one. board SW13. 1 Push and hold the . the addresses cannot be set correctly. Factory default 1 Manual address setting using the remote controller ON ON Procedure when setting indoor units’ addresses first under the condition that indoor wiring has been completed and outdoor wiring has not been started (manual setting using the remote controller) Connect after setting addresses. ON / OFF TIMER SET TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL 3. LCD starts flashing. 2 1 1 2 2 2 3 1 0 2. 6. No. CL . Turn on the power. Follower unit (No setting required) (No setting required) Header unit 3 Set to OFF after setting addresses. 5. R. U4] terminals before completing address setting of all the refrigerant lines. 10 11 SET DATA TEMP.49-EN – 25 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 50-EN Switch setting (setting example when controlling 2 or more refrigerant lines centrally) Outdoor units (setting manually) Outdoor unit’s interface P. Connect after setting addresses. Otherwise. SET . U2] and [U3. disconnect the remote controller connections between the indoor units and connect a wired remote controller to the target unit directly before address setting.

(Match the address with the address on the interface P.) Push the TEMP. 2. on the LCD display.C. These 2 address numbers cannot be used on outdoor units and the CODE No. • After finishing all the settings above. R. • Set a system address for the header outdoor unit of each line with SW13 and 14 of their interface P. VENT 2 10 Push the 11 Push the } In case of group control button. When 2 or more indoor units are connected to the remote controller (group-controlled units).) CODE No. Push the button (left side of the button). Push the TIME / buttons repeatedly to set a system address. except the unit that has the lowest address. (It is OK if the display turns on. / buttons repeatedly to set the CODE No. All the indoor units in the group stop. board of the header outdoor unit in the same refrigerant line. Push the TIME / buttons repeatedly to set a group address. SETTING The address setting is complete.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual <Line (system) address> 2 3 NOTE 1. A unit numbers is indicated on the LCD (it will disappear after a few seconds). the indoor unit numbers are indicated one after another. Push the TIME / buttons repeatedly to set an indoor unit address. ON / OFF Push the TEMP. / buttons repeatedly to set the CODE No. Push the button. set the address of the central control devices. . Individual Header unit Follower unit : 0000 : 0001 : 0002 TIMER SET TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL 1 The indoor unit numbers in a group are indicated one after another. <Group address> TEMP. Push the TEST button to finish the procedure. • The first-indicated unit number is the address of the header unit. The fan and louvers of the indicated units are activated. ( SETTING flashes.) SET 3 TIMER SET TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL Stop 1 2 1 (Execute it while the units are stopped.C. boards. Each time you push the button. U4] terminals on the header outdoor unit of each refrigerate line.) SET Confirming the indoor unit addresses and the position of an indoor unit using the remote controller ◆ Confirming the numbers and positions of indoor units To see the indoor unit address of an indoor unit which you know the position of ▼ When the unit is individual (the indoor unit is paired with a wired remote controller one-toone). No.C. to . • appears on UNIT No. (For unifying the termination of the wiring for the central control of indoor and outdoor units) • Connect the relay connectors between the [U1. 4 5 6 7 8 9 TEMP. To find an indoor unit’s position from its address ▼ When checking unit numbers controlled as a group CODE No.) Push the button (left side of the button). (It is OK if the display turns on. set the address to . You can control the unit after has disappeared.) TEST SET 1 2 Push the ON / OFF button if the units stop. / buttons repeatedly to set the CODE No. U2] and [U3. If you set addresses to indoor units in 2 or more refrigerate lines manually using the remote controller and will control them centrally. If the indoor unit is individual. The indicated number shows the system address and indoor unit address of the unit. button. [E04] (Indoor/ outdoor communication error) will appear if they are mistakenly used. Do not use address numbers 29 or 30 when setting system addresses using the remote controller.) Push and hold the and TEST buttons at the same time for more than 4 seconds. to . 3 ▼ To check all the indoor unit addresses using an arbitrary wired remote controller. • The fans and louvers of all the indoor units in the group are activated. refer to the installation manuals of the central control devices. ON / OFF <Indoor unit address> Push the TEMP. follower unit. (When communication wirings of 2 or more EN 51-EN – 26 – 52-EN . a number of other connected units appears each time you push the button (left side of the button). SET DATA SETTING UNIT No. UNIT No. set the header outdoor unit of each line as below. or it is a group-controlled one. Starts running 1 2 (Execute it while the units are running. to . • Turn off dip switch 2 of SW30 on the interface P. .C. (For the setting of the central control address. boards of all the header outdoor units connected to the same central control. • Only the fan and louvers of the indicated indoor unit are activated. header unit. (It is OK if the display turns on.) Push button.

. select another system address and check the indoor unit addresses of the line. (If 2 or more indoor units are controlled in a group. • After returning to step 2. (Execute it while the units are stopped. . Each time you push the button.) (When communication wirings of 2 or more refrigerant lines are interconnected for central control) NOTE You can change the addresses of indoor units in each refrigerant line using an arbitrary wired remote controller. Push the button (left side of the button) to check the changed addresses. the indoor unit numbers of the selected refrigerant line are indicated one after another. SET DATA SETTING UNIT No. the first indicated UNIT No. 6. No. At first.. the line 1 and CODE No. Push the TIME / buttons repeatedly to change the value indicated in the SET DATA section to that you want.. ON / OFF TIMER SET TIMER SET TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL 4 2.) Push the button (left side of the button) repeatedly to select an indoor unit number to change if 2 or more units are controlled in a group. is that of the head unit. 7 1 3 TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL 2 Cancels the line selection Finish 2 3 1 1 SET If no number appears on UNIT No. (The method is available when the addresses have already been set automatically. R. Push the button (left side of the button). (Address Change) are indicated on the LCD display. / buttons repeatedly to select for CODE No.) (The fan of the selected indoor unit is turned on. At first. ▼ To change all the indoor unit addresses using an arbitrary wired remote controller. (Select an outdoor unit. push the TEST button to finish the procedure. the line 1 and CODE No. No. TEMP. Repeat steps 4 to 6 to change the indoor unit addresses so as to make each of them unique. ON / OFF R. CODE No. ON / OFF 1 6 3 TIMER SET TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL 2 4 5 ▼ The method to change the address of an individual indoor unit (the indoor unit is paired with a wired remote controller one-to-one).) Push the TEMP. R.) Push and hold the .) You can check indoor unit addresses and positions of the indoor units in a single refrigerant line. (Address Change) are indicated on the LCD display. SET DATA SETTING UNIT No. Push the button to confirm the system address selection. SWING/FIX 2 3 4 5 ◆ To select another system address 5 Push the CL CL button to return to step 2.) * Enter the address check/change mode and change the addresses. 6 CODE No. (The method is available when the addresses have already been set automatically. Push (left side of the button) and buttons repeatedly to select a system address. SET DATA SETTING UNIT No. 7 8 TEMP. • The address of an indoor unit connected to the selected refrigerant line is indicated on the LCD display and its fan and louvers are activated. or an indoor unit in a group. CODE No. Push the SET CL TEST 1 4 2 Push and hold the TIME / buttons at the same time for more than 4 seconds. No. Changing the indoor unit address using a remote controller To change an indoor unit address using a wired remote controller.C. no outdoor unit exists on CL the line. (Execute it while the units are stopped. • Only the fan and louvers of the indicated indoor unit are activated.C. the indoor unit numbers of the refrigerant line of the selected unit are indicated one after another and the fan and louvers of the indicated indoor units are activated. Push button and select another line following step 2.) Push the (left side of the button) and SWING/FIX buttons repeatedly to select a system address. (The fan and louvers of the selected indoor unit are activated. Push the button (left side of the button) repeatedly to select another indoor UNIT No. When an outdoor unit is selected. button.53-EN – 27 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 54-EN refrigerant lines are interconnected for central control) 6 Push the TEST button to finish the procedure. 1 Push and hold the TIME and buttons at the same time for more than 4 seconds.C. If the addresses have been changed correctly. and buttons at the same time for more than 4 seconds.) (Execute it while the units are stopped. SET TEST 3 5 8 TEMP. to change.

U4]. Finish 4 8 TIMER SET TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL 1 6 Press to finish setting. refer to the address setting procedures using the wired remote controller on the previous pages. the current indoor unit address is displayed in SET DATA. (Leave it as it is if it has already been set to ON. U4] terminals. U2] and [U3.” and set SW01. Push the button to confirm the new address on SET DATA. Change the value in SET DATA to that of a new address. Set the system address. 5. (All the segments on the LCD display light up. (No system address is indicated. At first. 1.”.G. 1 respectively. the indoor unit numbers in a refrigerant line are indicated one after another. U2] and [U3. After a time “U. Check the connection of the relay connectors between [U1. Only the fan and louvers of the selected indoor unit are activated. About one minute after turning on the power.-” and operate the interface P. 5 Set the addresses again after finishing the clearance.) Push the TEST Turn off the refrigerant line to reset to the factory default and set the header outdoor unit of the line as below. SET DATA SETTING UNIT No. board of the header outdoor unit if the switch is OFF.1.nEt” and turn SW04 ON for more than five seconds. • The address of one of the indoor units connected to the selected refrigerant line is indicated on the LCD display and the fan and louvers of the unit are activated. indoor unit address and group address to “0099” using a wired remote controller. board on the header outdoor unit of the refrigerant line as follows. U1 U2 U5 U6 U1 U2 U5 U6 U1 U2 U5 U6 U1 U2 U5 U6 U1 U2 U5 U6 R. EN 55-EN – 28 – 56-EN .C.1.C.) U1 U2 A B Remote controller U1 U2 A B Remote controller U1 U2 A B Remote controller U1 U2 A B U1 U2 A B Remote controller Indoor units to have their addresses initialized 2 Turn on the indoor and outdoor units of the refrigerant line for which you want to initialize the addresses.buS” and turn SW04 ON for more than five seconds. c. (For the setting procedure. otherwise.L. Clearable addresses System/indoor unit/group address 2 2 2 Central control address 3 4 Confirm that the 7-segment display indicates “A. 7 4 Push the TIME / buttons repeatedly to change the value of the indoor unit address in SET DATA.L08” appears on the 7-segment display if the address clearing has been completed successfully. Push the button.C.) SET Resetting the address (Resetting to the factory default (address undecided)) Method 1 Clearing each address separately using a wired remote controller.d. If the 7-segment display indicates “A.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 3 Push the button. 1) Disconnect the relay connectors between the [U1. addresses in other refrigerate lines may also be cleared. No. the outdoor unit may still connected with other refrigerant lines. n. ON / OFF Method 2 Clearing all the indoor unit addresses on a refrigerate line at once from the outdoor unit. Confirm that the 7-segment display indicates “A.) Header unit Follower unit Header unit Follower unit Header unit Central control controller U1 U2 U3 U4 U3 U4 U3 U4 U3 U4 U3 U4 U3 U4 CODE No.) 2) Turn on dip switch 2 of SW30 on the interface P. SW02 1 5 6 SET SW01 2 SW03 2 SW04 Confirm that the 7-segment display indicates “A. SW02 and SW03 to 1. Repeat steps 4 to 6 to change the indoor unit addresses so as to make each of them unique. button to finish the procedure. TEMP. (Leave them as they are if they have already been disconnected. Each time you push the button.d.d.. confirm that the 7-segment display on the header outdoor unit indicates “U. Push the button (left side of the button) repeatedly to select another address to change. .d. 7 8 SET NOTE Take care to carry out the procedure above correctly.

follow the procedure below. 5 1 Push and hold the TEST button for more than 4 seconds. 4 5 [A] ON / OFF Push the button to stop running after finishing the trial run.57-EN – 29 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 58-EN 10 TEST RUN Before test run Confirm that the valve of the refrigerate pipe of the outdoor unit is OPEN. NOTE • Do not run the unit in any mode other than COOL or HEAT. • Before turning on the power. ON / OFF TIMER SET TIME FILTER RESET TEST SET CL 2. 4 3 ◆ When executing a test run using the interface P. 7-segment display [A] [U1] [B] [ ] Methods of test run ◆ When executing a test run using a remote controller Operate the system normally to check the running condition using the wired remote controller.) 3 Push and hold SW04 for more than 10 seconds. • You cannot change the temperature setting during the test run. • Errors are detected as usual.C. 1. SW02 to [1] and SW03 to [1]. TEMP. SW03 1 2 3 4 1 to 16 Indoor unit address Set number of SW02 17 to 32 Set number of SW02 + 16 33 to 48 Set number of SW02 + 32 49 to 64 Set number of SW02 + 48 SW02 1 to 16 1 to 16 1 to 16 1 to 16 TEST 7-segment display CAUTION Do not use forcible running except for a test run as it overloads the unit. NOTE • The running mode follows the mode setting on the remote controller of the target indoor unit. The indication on the LCD display returns to the status of procedure 1. follow the instructions in the installation manual supplied with the indoor unit. board of the header outdoor unit: SW01 to [16]. • You cannot change the temperature setting during the test run. 2 Set the rotary switches on the interface P. The forcible test run will automatically stop after 60 minutes to prevent continuous forcible running and return to normal running. board of the header unit back: SW01 to [1]. 1 1 Set the running mode to “COOL” or “HEAT” on the remote controller of the indoor unit to be tested. leave the power on for more than 12 hours. which tests each indoor unit separately. are available.C. confirm that the resistance between the terminal block of power supply and the earth is more than 1MΩ using a 500V megohmmeter. Follow the instructions in the supplied owner’s manual when operating the unit. . SW02 and SW03 to the address of the indoor unit to be tested. • Errors are detected as usual. board of the header outdoor unit. • The unit does not perform test run for 3 minutes after turning the power on or stopping running. Do not run the unit if it is less than 1MΩ. (TEST is indicated on the LCD display during the test run.) TEST <Individual test operation> ▼ Starting operation ▼ Finishing operation CAUTION • Turn on the power and turn on the case heater of the compressor. [U1] Push the MODE button to switch the running mode to COOL or HEAT. board on the outdoor unit You can execute a test run by operating switches on the interface P. If you use a wireless remote controller for operations.C.) 7-segment display Set the rotary switches on the interface P. TEST appears on the LCD display and the unit enters the trial mode. “Individual trial”.C. which tests all the indoor units connected. To save the compressor when it is activated. 7-segment display [A] [ ] [ [B] ] Address display of the corresponding indoor unit [FF] is displayed for 5 seconds. [A] [B] [ ] 2 3 Push the ON / OFF button. and “corrective trial”. [B] ] [ ] [ Address display of the corresponding indoor unit Push the TEST button to exit the trial mode. To execute a test run forcibly under the condition that the thermostat automatically turns the unit off due to the indoor temperature. (TEST disappears on the LCD display and the status changes to normal stopped mode. (The unit will run in the current mode unless you set the mode otherwise.

SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual <Corrective trial> ▼ Start operation Interface PC board SW04 SW05 SW15 1 Set the rotary switches on the interface P.C. SW03=[1]. When in “COOL” mode: SW01=[2]. NOTE • You cannot change the temperature setting during the test run. 7-segment display [A] [C ] [H ] [B] [ [ ] ] Push switch D600 D601 D602 D603 D604 Push switch 7-segment display [B] SW01 SW02 SW03 7-segment display [A] Rotary switches 2 Push and hold SW04 for more than 2 seconds. • The unit does not perform test run for 3 minutes after turning the power on or stopping running.C . 7-segment display [A] [C ] [H ] [B] . 7-segment display [A] [U1] [B] [ ] EN 59-EN – 30 – 60-EN . • Errors are detected as usual. SW02=[5]. When in “HEAT” mode: SW01=[2]. SW02 to [1] and SW03 to [1]. board of the header outdoor unit as below. board of the header unit back: SW01 to [1]. SW03=[1].C.H [ [ ] ] ▼ Stop operation 1 Set the rotary switches on the interface P. SW02=[6].

Check code Indication on 7-segment display on the outdoor unit Auxiliary code F15 F16 F22 D600 D601 D602 D603 D604 Check code name Outdoor temp. sensor miswiring Outdoor pressure sensor miswiring (TE1. SW02 = [1]. Check code Indication on 7-segment display on the outdoor unit Auxiliary code E06 E07 E08 E12 E15 E16 E19 E20 E23 E25 E26 E28 E31 F04 F05 F06 F07 F08 F12 F13 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 01: TE1 sensor 02: TE2 sensor — — — Detected outdoor IPDU quantity information(*1) — — Number of indoor units which received normally — Duplicated indoor addresses Decrease of number of indoor units Indoor/outdoor communication circuit error Duplication of indoor addresses. Mismatch of the outdoor unit model Outdoor connected quantity over IPDU quantity error External interlock of indoor unit Other compressor errors Discharge temperature TD1 error High-pressure SW system operation Phase missing/power failure detection Inverter DC voltage error (on compressor) P05 . Use the function for various checks. you can diagnose failure type of an outdoor unit by checking the 7-segment display on the interface P. on the remote controller of an indoor unit.61-EN – 31 – SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual 62-EN 11 TROUBLESHOOTING In addition to the CODE No. Check code name H02 Compressor error (Locked) H03 H05 H06 H07 Current detection circuit error TD1 sensor miswiring Low pressure proctive operation Oil level down detection H08 Temperature sensor error for oil level 01: Communication between indoor and outdoor units Automatic addressing start error 02: Communication between outdoor units — 00: Capacity over 01~: Number of connected units 00: Header is nothing 02: 2 or more header units 01: Other line indoor connected 02: Other line indoor connected — — Number of outdoor units which received normally No indoor unit during automatic addressing Capacity over / number of connected indoor units Number of header outdoor unit error Other lines connected during automatic addressing Sending error between outdoor units communication Duplicated follower outdoor address set up Decrease of connected outdoor units Follower outdoor unit error IPDU communication error TD1 sensor error TD2 sensor error TE1 sensor error TE2 sensor error TL sensor error TO sensor error TS1 sensor error TH (Heat sink) sensor error H15 TD2 sensor miswiring H16 Oil level detector circuit error H25 L04 L06 L08 L10 L17 L28 L29 L30 L31 P03 P04 TD3 sensor miswiring Outdoor system address duplication Duplication of indoor units with priority Indoor unit group/address unset Outdoor unit capacity unset.C. TL) Outdoor temp. Set every dip switch to OFF after checking. Check code (indicated on the 7-segment display on the outdoor unit) Indicated when SW01 = [1]. sensor miswiring Outdoor pressure sensor miswiring (Pd. board. and SW03 = [1]. Ps) TD3 sensor error Ps sensor error Pd sensor error Outdoor EEPROM error Compressor breaking down — — — — — — 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 — — — 01: TK1 sensor error 02: TK2 sensor error 03: TK3 sensor error 04: TK4 sensor error 05: TK5 sensor error — 01: TK1 oil circuit error 02: TK2 oil circuit error 03: TK3 oil circuit error 04: TK4 oil circuit error 05: TK5 oil circuit error — — Number of prior indoor units — — — — IPDU number information(*1) Detected indoor unit address — — 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 00: 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 7-Segment display and check code Rotary switch setting value Indication LED A B F23 F24 F31 H01 SW01 SW02 SW03 1 1 1 Outdoor unit check code A B Outdoor unit number (U1 to U4) Check code display* * If a check code has an auxiliary code. the display indicates the check code for three seconds and the auxiliary code for one second alternately.

Outdoor fan IPDU error (NOTE) Ignore 0-F appearing in the position of “*”. details of the maintenance and repair works. 3. result of all periodic routine tests. Logbook Update the log periodically after maintenance as defined in EN378-4.SMMS-i Installation Manual SMMS-i Installation Manual Check code Indication on 7-segment display on the outdoor unit Auxiliary code P07 P10 P13 P15 P17 P18 P19 P20 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 Detected indoor unit address — 01: TS condition 02: TD condition — — Detected outdoor unit number — 0 *: 1 *: 3 *: 4 *: C *: D *: E *: IGBT circuit Position detection circuit error Motor lock error Motor current detected TH sensor error TH sensor error Inverter DC voltage error (outdoor unit’s fan) Heat sink overheat error Indoor overflow error Outdoor unit flow back error detected Gas leak detection Discharge temperature TD2 error Discharge temperature TD3 error 4-way valve inverse error High-pressure protective operation Check code name 12 MACHINE CARD AND LOGBOOK Machine card After test run. the results shall be kept in the logbook. 4. the quantities of refrigerant which have been transferred from the system on each occasion (see also EN378-4). 6. police. fill the items on the machine card and paste the card on an accessible place on the product securely before delivery to the customer. and fan EN 63-EN – 32 – 64-EN . reused. 2 and 3 08:Fan 09:Compressor 1 and fan 0A:Compressor 2 and fan 0B:Compressors 1. the service department of the party concerned or at any addresses and telephone numbers of fire department. P29 Compressor position detecting circuit error *1 PDU number information 01:Compressor 1 02:Compressor 2 03:Compressors 1 and 2 04:Compressor 3 05:Compressors 1 and 3 06:Compressors 2 and 3 07:Compressors 1. source of the reused refrigerant. his service department. 7. kind of (new. 3 and fan 0F:Compressors 1. recycled) refrigerant which have been charged on each occasion. significant periods of non-use. 3. address and telephone number of the installer. 2. 2 and fan 0C:Compressor 3 and fan 0D:Compressors 1. if there is an analysis of a reused refrigerant. hospitals and burn centres. Describe the following items on the machine card: name. 2. 5. quantities. P22 P26 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 01: Compressor 1 02: Compressor 2 03: Compressor 3 G-TR short protection error Describe the following items on the logbook: 1. 3 and fan 0E:Compressors 2. changes and replacements of components of the system.

44 kg/m (countermeasures 25 not needed) Room A Room B Room C Room D Room E Room F Indoor unit Min. Refrigerant piping Outdoor unit Indoor unit Mechanical ventilation device . With the recent increase in the number of high concentration buildings.7m high) 40 Range below the m2 35 density limit of 3 30 0.15% or larger than the respective floor spaces at the top or bottom of the door). however.g. charged amount (10kg) NOTE 3 : The minimum indoor floor area compared with the amount of refrigerant is roughly as follows: (When the ceiling is 2. 20 15 10 5 0 Range above the density limit of 0. The concentration is as given below. However. select a suitable model and installation procedure so that if the refrigerant accidentally leaks out. since it contains more than air.g. individual control. the multi air conditioner system is able to replenish a large amount of refrigerant compared with conventional individual air conditioners. indoor floor area For the amount of charge in this example: The possible amount of leaked refrigerant gas in rooms A. volume of the indoor unit installed room (m3) ≤ Concentration limit (kg/m3) The concentration limit of R410A which is used in multi air conditioners is 0. Outdoor unit Refrigerant piping Indoor unit (3) If an indoor unit is installed in each partitioned room and the refrigerant piping is interconnected. In a room where the concentration may exceed the limit. Suffocation from leakage of R410A is almost non-existent. NOTE 1 : If there are 2 or more refrigerating systems in a single refrigerating device. or an opening 0.. and is not restricted by laws to be imposed which protect the ozone layer.Gas leak detector e. create an opening with adjacent rooms. without the toxicity or combustibility of ammonia. the volume of the next smallest room becomes the object.44kg/m3. measures can be made before injury can occur). it poses the risk of suffocation if its concentration should rise excessively. The possible amount of leaked refrigerant gas in rooms D. But when a mechanical ventilation is installed interlocked with a gas leakage detector in the smallest room where the density limit is exceeded. the smallest room of course becomes the object. Total amount of refrigerant (kg) Min. E and F is 15kg. The refrigerant R410A which is used in the air conditioner is safe. its concentration does not reach the limit (and in the event of an emergency. B and C is 10kg. charged amount (15kg) Very small room Small room Medium room Large room Important NOTE 2 : The standards for minimum room volume are as follows. Most importantly.44 kg/m3 (countermeasures needed) EH99871699 10 20 30 Total amount of refrigerant kg . the installation of multi air conditioner systems is on the increase because of the need for effective use of floor space. If a single unit of the multi conditioner system is to be installed in a small room. its concentration will not exceed a set limit. or install mechanical ventilation combined with a gas leak detection device. (1) No partition (shaded portion) (2) When there is an effective opening with the adjacent room for ventilation of leaking refrigerant gas (opening without a door. the amounts of refrigerant should be as charged in each independent device. energy conservation by curtailing heat and carrying power etc..WARNINGS ON REFRIGERANT LEAKAGE Check of Concentration Limit The room in which the air conditioner is to be installed requires a design that in the event of refrigerant gas leaking out. Outdoor unit e.