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1 Introduction
1.1 About This Manual .................................................................................. 1–ix
1.2 Combination Overview: Outdoor Units other than the Sky Air B-Series . 1–x
1.3 Combination Overview: Outdoor Units of the Sky Air B-Series............... 1–xi
Part 1
System Outline
1 General Outline: Outdoor Units
1.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 1–3
1.2 R35GZ7V11, R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11......................................... 1–4
1.3 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 ........................................................... 1–6
1.4 R60GZ7W1............................................................................................. 1–8
1.5 MA56GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ 1–10
1.6 MA90GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ 1–12
1.7 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 .. 1–14
1.8 RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 ................................. 1–16
1.9 RP200B7W1 and RYP200B7W1............................................................ 1–18
1.10 RP250B7W1 and RYP250B7W1............................................................ 1–20
1.11 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1,
RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1:
Installation and Service Space................................................................ 1–22
1.12 RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1:
Installation and Service Space................................................................ 1–24
2 General Outline: Indoor Units
2.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 1–27
2.2 FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1,
FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1,
FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1 and FHYCP71B7V1 1–28
2.3 FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 ...................................................... 1–30
2.4 FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 ...................................................... 1–31
2.5 FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 .................................................. 1–32
2.6 FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1.................................................. 1–34
2.7 FDYP125B7V1........................................................................................ 1–36
2.8 FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 ....................................................... 1–37
2.9 FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1 ............................................................... 1–38
2.10 FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 ............................................................... 1–40
2.11 FHYP100BV1.......................................................................................... 1–42
2.12 FHYP125BV1.......................................................................................... 1–44
2.13 FUYP71BV17.......................................................................................... 1–46
2.14 FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 ....................................................... 1–48
2.15 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1.............................................................. 1–50
2.16 FHYKP35BV1 and FHYKP45BV1 .......................................................... 1–52
2.17 FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 .......................................................... 1–54
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3 Specifications
3.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 1–57
3.2 R35, R45, R60, MA56 and MA90 ............................................................ 1–58
3.3 RP71........................................................................................................ 1–59
3.4 RP100, RP125, RP200 and RP250......................................................... 1–60
3.5 RY35 and RY45....................................................................................... 1–61
3.6 RYP71, RYP100, RYP125, RYP200 and RYP250.................................. 1–62
3.7 FHC ......................................................................................................... 1–63
3.8 FHYC and FHYCP................................................................................... 1–64
3.9 FHYBP..................................................................................................... 1–65
3.10 FDYP ....................................................................................................... 1–66
3.11 FHYP ....................................................................................................... 1–67
3.12 FUYP ....................................................................................................... 1–68
3.13 FAYP and FHYKP ................................................................................... 1–69
4 Functional Diagrams
4.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 1–71
4.2 R35GZ7V11............................................................................................. 1–72
4.3 R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11................................................................ 1–73
4.4 R60GZ7W1.............................................................................................. 1–74
4.5 MA56GZ7W11......................................................................................... 1–75
4.6 MA90GZ7W11......................................................................................... 1–76
4.7 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1,
RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1........................................... 1–77
4.8 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit ......................................... 1–78
4.9 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Pair ....................................................... 1–79
4.10 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Twin...................................................... 1–80
4.11 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Triple .................................................... 1–81
4.12 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Double Twin ......................................... 1–82
4.13 RY35EAZ7V1 .......................................................................................... 1–83
4.14 RY45EAZ7V1 .......................................................................................... 1–84
4.15 RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1
and RYP125B7W1................................................................................... 1–85
4.16 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit .................................... 1–86
4.17 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Pair .................................................. 1–87
4.18 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Twin................................................. 1–88
4.19 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Triple ............................................... 1–89
4.20 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Double Twin..................................... 1–90
4.21 FHC, FHYBP, FHYC, FHYCP, FUYP, FAYP, FDYP, FHYP and FHYKP 1–91
4.22 Piping Components ................................................................................. 4–93
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5 Switch Box Layout
5.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 1–95
5.2 R35GZ7V11 and R45GZ7V11................................................................ 1–96
5.3 R45GZ7W11........................................................................................... 1–97
5.4 R60GZ7W1............................................................................................. 1–98
5.5 MA56GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ 1–99
5.6 MA90GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ 1–100
5.7 RP71B7V1 and RYP71B7V1.................................................................. 1–101
5.8 RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1 and RYP71B7W1 ............................................ 1–102
5.9 RP100B7V1 and RYP100B7V1.............................................................. 1–103
5.10 RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1.......................................................... 1–104
5.11 RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 ............ 1–105
5.12 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 ........................................................... 1–106
5.13 FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1,
FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1,
FHYCP71B7V1, FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 ....................... 1–107
5.14 FHYBP35B7V1, FHYBP45B7V1, FHYBP60B7V1, FHYBP71B7V1,
FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 .................................................. 1–108
5.15 FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1............................. 1–109
5.16 FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1,
FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 ........................................................... 1–110
5.17 FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17............................... 1–111
5.18 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1.............................................................. 1–112
5.19 FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1......... 1–113
6 Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
6.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 1–115
6.2 R35GZ7V11............................................................................................ 1–116
6.3 R45GZ7V11............................................................................................ 1–117
6.4 R45GZ7W11........................................................................................... 1–118
6.5 R60GZ7W11........................................................................................... 1–119
6.6 MA56GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ 1–120
6.7 MA90GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ 1–121
6.8 RP71B7V1 .............................................................................................. 1–122
6.9 RP71B7W1 ............................................................................................. 1–123
6.10 RP71B7T1 .............................................................................................. 1–124
6.11 RP100B7V1 ............................................................................................ 1–125
6.12 RP100B7W1 and RP125B7W1 .............................................................. 1–126
6.13 RP100B7T1and RP125B7T1.................................................................. 1–127
6.14 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 .............................................................. 1–128
6.15 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 ........................................................... 1–129
6.16 RYP71B7V1............................................................................................ 1–130
6.17 RYP71B7W1........................................................................................... 1–131
6.18 RYP100B7V1.......................................................................................... 1–132
6.19 RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1.......................................................... 1–133
6.20 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1.......................................................... 1–134
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7 Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units
7.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 1–135
7.2 FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1 and FHC60BZ7V1.................................... 1–136
7.3 FHYBP35B7V1, FHYBP45B7V1, FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1.. 1–137
7.4 FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 ................................................... 1–138
7.5 FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1,
FHYCP35BZ7V1, FHYCP45BZ7V1, FHYCP60BZ7V1,
FHYCP71BZ7V1, FHYCP100BZ7V1 and FHYCP125BZ7V1 ................. 1–139
7.6 FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1.............................. 1–140
7.7 FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1,
FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1............................................................ 1–141
7.8 FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17................................ 1–142
7.9 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 .............................................................. 1–143
7.10 FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1.......... 1–144
8 PCB Layout
8.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 1–145
8.2 Outdoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types................................................ 1–146
8.3 Indoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types................................................... 1–147
8.4 PCB Types............................................................................................... 1–148
8.5 PCB Type A............................................................................................. 1–149
8.6 PCB Type B............................................................................................. 1–150
8.7 PCB Type D............................................................................................. 1–151
8.8 PCB Type E............................................................................................. 1–152
8.9 PCB Type F ............................................................................................. 1–153
8.10 PCB Type G............................................................................................. 1–154
8.11 PCB Type H............................................................................................. 1–155
8.12 PCB Type I .............................................................................................. 1–156
8.13 PCB Type J.............................................................................................. 1–157
8.14 PCB Type N............................................................................................. 1–158
8.15 PCB Type O............................................................................................. 1–160
8.16 PCB Type P............................................................................................. 1–161
8.17 PCB Type Q............................................................................................. 1–162
8.18 PCB Type R............................................................................................. 1–163
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Functional Description
1 General Functionality
1.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 2–3
1.2 Functions of Thermistors: Small Heat Pumps......................................... 2–4
1.3 Functions of Thermistors: Large Heat Pumps ........................................ 2–5
1.4 Operating Modes and Control Modes ..................................................... 2–7
1.5 Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation).................................... 2–8
1.6 Switching to Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) ............... 2–10
1.7 Thermostat Control ................................................................................. 2–11
1.8 Forced Thermostat OFF ......................................................................... 2–13
1.9 HPS and LPS Function........................................................................... 2–14
1.10 Simulated Operation Function ................................................................ 2–15
1.11 Discharge Pipe Temperature Control ..................................................... 2–16
1.12 Gas Shortage Function........................................................................... 2–17
1.13 Crankcase Heater Control (R(Y)P200-250B Only) ................................. 2–18
1.14 Drain Pump Control ................................................................................ 2–19
1.15 Fan and Flap Operations ........................................................................ 2–21
1.16 Auto-Restart Function............................................................................. 2–22
1.17 Using Conditions for Remote Control Thermostat .................................. 2–23
2 Overview of the cooling mode functions
2.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 2–25
2.2 Dry Keep Mode....................................................................................... 2–26
2.3 Freeze-Up Function in Cooling or Dry Keep ........................................... 2–27
2.4 Outdoor Fan Starting Control in Cooling or Dry Keep Mode................... 2–30
2.5 Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Cooling Operation................................. 2–32
2.6 Low Outside Temperature Control in Cooling Operation
(Year Round Cooling) ............................................................................. 2–33
2.7 High Pressure Protection Control in Cooling Operation.......................... 2–34
2.8 Condensation Avoidance Control ........................................................... 2–35
3 Overview of the heating mode functions
3.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 2–37
3.2 Defrost Control ........................................................................................ 2–38
3.3 Draft Avoidance Control 1....................................................................... 2–41
3.4 Draft Avoidance Control 2....................................................................... 2–43
3.5 Outdoor Unit Identification Function........................................................ 2–44
3.6 4-way Valve Control ................................................................................ 2–45
3.7 Starting Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode....................................... 2–46
3.8 Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode ....................................... 2–47
3.9 Motor Operated Valve Control ................................................................ 2–49
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Troubleshooting
1 Troubleshooting
1.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 3–3
1.2 Overview of General Problems................................................................ 3–4
1.3 Emergency Operation and Checking with the Wired Remote Control ..... 3–6
1.4 Checking with the Infrared Remote Control Display ................................ 3–7
1.5 Troubleshooting with the Indoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control ...... 3–11
1.6 Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control:
Outdoor Malfunctions............................................................................... 3–12
1.7 Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control:
System Malfunctions................................................................................ 3–13
1.8 Overview of the Indoor Safety Devices.................................................... 3–14
1.9 Overview of the Outdoor Safety Devices................................................. 3–15
1.10 Outdoor Safety Device: Thermal Protector Fan Motor............................. 3–16
1.11 Outdoor Safety Device: Overcurrent Relay Compressor ......................... 3–17
1.12 Outdoor Safety Device: Reverse Phase Protector................................... 3–18
1.13 Outdoor Safety Device: High-Pressure Switch........................................ 3–19
1.14 Outdoor Safety Device: Low-Pressure Switch......................................... 3–20
2 Error Codes: Indoor Units
2.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 3–21
2.2 Malfunctioning Indoor PCB ............................................................... (A1) 3–22
2.3 Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System ....................................... (A3) 3–23
2.4 Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock ............................................................. (A6) 3–25
2.5 Malfunctioning Drain System ........................................................... (AF) 3–27
2.6 Malfunctioning Capacity Setting ...................................................... (AJ) 3–28
2.7 Thermistor Abnormality ........................................................... (C4 or C9) 3–30
2.8 Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor ................................ (CJ) 3–32
3 Error Codes: Outdoor Units
3.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 3–33
3.2 Activation of Safety Device .............................................................. (E0) 3–34
3.3 Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) ..............................(E3) 3–39
3.4 Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) .............................. (E4) 3–41
3.5 Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve ..................................... (E9) 3–43
3.6 Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature ................................(F3) 3–45
3.7 Malfunctioning HPS ......................................................................... (H3) 3–47
3.8 Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System ..................................... (H9) 3–48
3.9 Malfunctioning Discharge Pipe Thermistor System ......................... (J3) 3–50
3.10 Malfunctioning Heat Exchanger Thermistor System ........................ (J6) 3–51
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4.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 3–53
4.2 Gas Shortage Detection ................................................................... (U0) 3–54
4.3 Reverse Phase ................................................................................. (U1) 3–55
4.4 Transmission Error between Indoor and Outdoor Unit ........... (U4 or UF) 3–57
4.5 Transmission Error between Indoor Unit and Remote Control ........ (U5) 3–60
4.6 Transmission Error between MAIN Remote Control
and SUB Remote Control (U8) 3–61
4.7 Malfunctioning Field Setting Switch ................................................. (UA) 3–62
5 Additional Checks for Troubleshooting
5.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 3–65
5.2 Indoor Unit: Checking the Fan Motor Hall IC .......................................... 3–66
5.3 Indoor Unit: Checking the Power Supply Wave Form............................. 3–67
5.4 Outdoor Unit: Checking the Refrigerant System..................................... 3–68
5.5 Outdoor unit: Checking the Installation Condition................................... 3–69
5.6 Outdoor Unit: Checking the Discharge Pressure.................................... 3–70
5.7 Outdoor Unit: Checking the Expansion Valve......................................... 3–71
5.8 Checking the Thermistors ....................................................................... 3–72
5.9 R1T and R2T .......................................................................................... 3–73
5.10 R3T ......................................................................................................... 3–74
Part 4
Commissioning and Test Run
1 Pre-Test Run Checks
1.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 4–3
1.2 Test Run Checks .................................................................................... 4–4
1.3 Setting the Infrared Remote Control ....................................................... 4–5
2 Field settings
2.1 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ 4–9
2.2 How to Change the Field Settings with the Wired Remote Control......... 4–10
2.3 How to Change the Field Settings with the Infrared Remote Control...... 4–12
2.4 Overview of the Field Settings of the Indoor Units.................................. 4–13
2.5 Overview of the Factory Settings of the Indoor Units.............................. 4–14
2.6 Setting the Ceiling Height ....................................................................... 4–15
2.7 Setting the Filter Counter ........................................................................ 4–16
2.8 MAIN/SUB Setting when Using Two Remote Controls........................... 4–17
2.9 Setting the Centralized Group No. .......................................................... 4–18
2.10 The Field Setting Levels ......................................................................... 4–19
2.11 Overview of the Field Settings: R(Y)P71-250B....................................... 4–22
2.12 Jumpers .................................................................................................. 4–23
2.13 DIP switch DS1....................................................................................... 4–24
2.14 DIP switch DS2....................................................................................... 4–25
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3.1 General Operation Data........................................................................... 4–28
3.2 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1,
RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1........................................... 4–29
3.3 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 ............................................................... 4–30
3.4 RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1
and RYP125B7W1................................................................................... 4–31
3.5 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 .......................................................... 4–32
Part 5
Disassembly and Maintenance
1 Disassembly and Maintenance: Outdoor Units
1.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 5–3
1.2 R35GZ7V11............................................................................................. 5–4
1.3 R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11................................................................ 5–6
1.4 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1............................................................ 5–8
1.5 R60GZ7W11............................................................................................ 5–10
1.6 MA56GZ7W11......................................................................................... 5–12
1.7 MA90GZ7W11......................................................................................... 5–14
1.8 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1 and RP71B7T1................................................. 5–16
1.9 RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 ............................................................... 5–18
1.10 RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1 5–20
1.11 RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 .................................. 5–22
1.12 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 ............................................................... 5–24
1.13 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 .......................................................... 5–26
2 Disassembly and Maintenance: Indoor Units
2.1 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... 5–29
2.2 FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1,
FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1
and FHYCP71B7V1................................................................................. 5–30
2.3 FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 ....................................................... 5–32
2.4 FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 ....................................................... 5–34
2.5 FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 ................................................... 5–36
2.6 FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1.............................. 5–38
2.7 FHYC71BZV1, FHYC100BZV1 and FHYC125BZV1............................... 5–40
2.8 FH35BZV1, FH45BZV1, FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1......................... 5–42
2.9 FH60BZV1, FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 ............................................ 5–44
2.10 FHK35BZV1, FHK45BZV1, FHK60BZV1,
FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1.......... 5–46
2.11 FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1............................................................ 5–48
2.12 FUYP71BV17 .......................................................................................... 5–50
2.13 FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17........................................................ 5–52
2.14 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 .............................................................. 5–54
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1 Introduction
1.1 About This Manual
Target group This service manual is intended for and should only be used by qualified engineers.
Purpose of this
manual
This service manual contains all the information you need to do the necessary repair and maintenance
tasks for the Sky Air B-series room air conditioners.
Five parts This service manual consists of an introduction, five parts and an index:
Introduction
overview
The introduction contains the following topics:
Part See page
Part 1–System Outline 1–1
Part 2–Functional Description 2–1
Part 3–Troubleshooting 3–1
Part 4–Commissioning and Test Run 4–1
Part 5–Disassembly and Maintenance 5–1
Topic See page
1.2–Combination Overview: Outdoor Units other than the Sky Air B-Series x
1.3–Combination Overview: Outdoor Units of the Sky Air B-Series xi
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1.2 Combination Overview: Outdoor Units other than the Sky Air B-Series
Introduction In the table in this section:
■ The units in grey boxes are described in ESIE99–01.
■ “(o.m.)” stands for old model. These are not described in this manual.
■ “M” stands for multi combination.
■ “P” stands for pair combination.
■ “T” stands for twin, triple or double twin combination.
Combination table The table below contains the possible combinations between Sky Air B-series indoor units and outdoor
units other than the Sky Air B-series.
F
H
C
3
5
B
Z
7
V
1
F
H
C
4
5
B
Z
7
V
1
F
H
C
6
0
B
Z
7
V
1
F
H
Y
C
3
5
B
Z
7
V
1
F
H
Y
C
4
5
B
Z
7
V
1
F
H
Y
C
7
1
B
Z
V
1
F
H
Y
C
1
0
0
B
Z
V
1
F
H
Y
C
1
2
5
B
Z
V
1
F
H
3
5
B
Z
V
1
F
H
4
5
B
Z
V
1
F
H
6
0
B
Z
V
1
F
H
K
3
5
B
Z
V
1
F
H
K
4
5
B
Z
V
1
F
H
K
6
0
B
Z
V
1
S
p
l
i
t S
m
a
l
l
c
/
o
R35E(A)Z7V11(o.m.)
R35GZ7V11
P — — — — — — — P — — P — —
R45E(A)Z7V11/W11(o.m.)
R45GZ7V11/W11
— P — — — — — — — P — — P —
R60GZ7W1 — — P — — — — — — — P — — P
MA56GZ7W11 M M — — — — — — M M — M M —
MA90GZ7W11 M M M — — — — — M M M M M M
S
m
a
l
l
h
/
p
RY35E(A)Z7V1 — — — P — — — — — — — — — —
RY45E(A)Z7V1 — — — — P — — — — — — — — —
S
k
y

A
i
r

G

-
s
e
r
i
e
s
L
a
r
g
e
c
/
o
R71GZV1/W1/T1 — — — T — P — — — — — — — —
R100GZ7V1/W1/T1 — — — T T T P — — — — — — —
R125GZ7W1/T1 — — — T T T — P — — — — — —
L
a
r
g
e
h
/
p
RY71GZ7V1/W1 — — — T — — — — — — — — — —
RY100GZ7V1/W1 — — — T T — — — — — — — — —
RY125GZ7W1 — — — T T — — — — — — — — —
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
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4
5
1.3 Combination Overview: Outdoor Units of the Sky Air B-Series
Introduction In the tables in this section:
■ “P” stands for pair combination.
■ “T” stands for twin, triple or double twin combination.
FHYBP, FHYP and
FDYP
The table below contains the possible combinations between indoor units (FHYBP, FHYP and FDYP)
and outdoor units of the Sky Air B-series.
FHYCP, FUYP,
FAYP and FHYKP
The table below contains the possible combinations between indoor units (FHYCP, FUYP, FAYP and
FHYKP) and outdoor units of the Sky Air B-series.
F
H
Y
B
P
3
5
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
B
P
4
5
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
B
P
6
0
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
B
P
7
1
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
B
P
1
0
0
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
B
P
1
2
5
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
P
3
5
B
V
1
F
H
Y
P
4
5
B
V
1
F
H
Y
P
6
0
B
V
1
F
H
Y
P
7
1
B
V
1
F
H
Y
P
1
0
0
B
V
1
F
H
Y
P
1
2
5
B
V
1
F
D
Y
P
1
2
5
B
7
V
1
F
D
Y
P
2
0
0
B
7
V
1
F
D
Y
P
2
5
0
B
7
V
1
L
a
r
g
e
c
/
o
RP71B7V1/W1/T1 T — — P — — T — — P — — — — —
RP100B7V1/W1/T1 T T T T P — T T T T P — — — —
RP125B7W1/T1 T T T T — P T T T T — P P — —
RP200B7W1 T T T T T T T T T T T T T P —
RP250B7W1 — T T T T T — T T T T T T — P
L
a
r
g
e
h
/
p
RYP71B7V1/W1 T — — P — — T — — P — — — — —
RYP100B7V1/W1 T T T T P — T T T T P — — — —
RYP125B7W1 T T T T T P T T T T T P P — —
RYP200B7W1 T T T T T T T T T T T T T P —
RYP250B7W1 — T T T T T — T T T T T T — P
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
F
H
Y
C
P
3
5
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
C
P
4
5
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
C
P
6
0
B
7
V
1
F
H
Y
C
P
7
1
B
7
V
1

F
H
Y
C
P
1
0
0
B
7
V
1

F
H
Y
C
P
1
2
5
B
7
V
1

F
U
Y
P
7
1
B
V
1
7
F
U
Y
P
1
0
0
B
V
1
7
F
U
Y
P
1
2
5
B
V
1
7
F
A
Y
P
7
1
B
V
1
F
A
Y
P
1
0
0
B
V
1
F
H
Y
K
P
3
5
B
V
1
F
H
Y
K
P
4
5
B
V
1
F
H
Y
K
P
6
0
B
V
1
F
H
Y
K
P
7
1
B
V
1
L
a
r
g
e
c
/
o
RP71B7V1/W1/T1 T — — P — — P — — P — T — — P
RP100B7V1/W1/T1 T T T T P — T P — T P T T T T
RP125B7W1/T1 T T T T — P T — P T — T T T T
RP200B7W1 T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T
RP250B7W1 — T T T T T T T T T T T T T T
L
a
r
g
e
h
/
p
RYP71B7V1/W1 T — — P — — P — — P — T — — P
RYP100B7V1/W1 T T T T P — T P — T P T T T T
RYP125B7W1 T T T T T P T T P T T T T T T
RYP200B7W1 T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T
RYP250B7W1 — T T T T T T T T T T — T T T
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Introduction ESiEN02–01A
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ESIEN02–01A
Part 1 – System Outline 1–1
4
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4
5
1
Part 1
System Outline
What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter See page
1–General Outline: Outdoor Units 1–3
2–General Outline: Indoor Units 1–27
3–Specifications 1–57
4–Functional Diagrams 1–71
5–Switch Box Layout 1–95
6–Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–115
7–Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 1–135
8–PCB Layout 1–145
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1–2 Part 1 – System Outline
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–3
3
1
4
5
Part 1
1 General Outline: Outdoor Units
1.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information on the outdoor units:
■ Outlook and dimensions
■ Installation and service space
■ Components.
General outline This chapter contains the following general outlines:
General outline See page
1.2–R35GZ7V11, R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 1–4
1.3–RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 1–6
1.4–R60GZ7W1 1–8
1.5–MA56GZ7W11 1–10
1.6–MA90GZ7W11 1–12
1.7–RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 1–14
1.8–RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1
1–16
1.9–RP200B7W1 and RYP200B7W1 1–18
1.10–RP250B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 1–20
1.11–RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1,
RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1: Installation and Service Space
1–22
1.12–RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Installation
and Service Space
1–24
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–4 Part 1 – System Outline
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4
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1.2 R35GZ7V11, R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
Installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
5
6 7
8
4
3
2
1
530 100
58 105
5
4
0
34
750
700
520
190
170
2
3
7
2
1
3
4
8
9
5
72
3
0
6
2
9
0
7
0
27
Z
O
N
E
FRIE
N
D
L
Y
O
50
H
A
H A
≤ 1000 ≥ 250
> 1000 ≥ 500
A
1
5
0
1
0
0
5
0
1
5
0
50
50
1
0
0
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–5
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 4 x drain outlet
2 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M8 or M10)
3 Service cover + wiring diagram
4 Power intake
5 Gas stop valve
6 Liquid stop valve
7 Service port
8 Name plate
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–6 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.3 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
Z
O
N
E FRIEN
D
L
7
6
5
3
4
9
8
2
1
Y
O
3
8
0
4
1
0
500
7
0
1
0
5
880 352
1
2
7
702
190
69
3
9
2
2
0
29
6
6
2
205
23
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–7
3
1
4
5
Installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
50
H
A
A
1
5
0
5
0
100
5
0
H A
≤ 1000 300
> 1000 600
No. Component
1 3 x drain outlet
2 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M10)
3 Service cover
4 Power supply intake
5 Gas stop valve
6 Liquid stop valve
7 Service port
8 Name plate
9 Outdoor air thermostat
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–8 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.4 R60GZ7W1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
Z
O
NE FRIEND
LY
O
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–9
3
1
4
5
Installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
H A
< 1000 mm 350 mm
> 1000 mm 600 mm
No. Component
1 3 x drain outlet
2 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M10)
3 Service cover
4 Power intake
5 Gas stop valve
6 Liquid stop valve
7 Service port
8 Name plate
9 Outdoor air thermostat
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–10 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
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1.5 MA56GZ7W11
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
9
8
9
8
9
8
7
A
D
C
B
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
0
6
6
6
2
4
1
0
3
8
0
55 880
109 118
352
500 190
1
2
7
2
2
0
3
9
702
29 30
69
23
Z
O
N
E
FRIEN
D
L
Y
O
Room A
Room B
Room C
Room D
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–11
3
1
4
5
Installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
100
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
100
A
H
A
H A
≤ 1000 350
> 1000 600
No. Component
1 3 x drain outlet
2 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M10)
3 Service cover
4 Power intake
5 Gas stop valve with service port
6 Liquid stop valve with service port
7 Name plate
8 Gas pipe connection
9 Liquid pipe connection
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–12 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.6 MA90GZ7W11
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
D
C
B
E
A
3
5
0
880 55
120 110
4
0
0
500
3
7
0
4
1
0
5
5
5
5
190
8
6
5
4
0
9
0
1
2
8
177
30
70
30
40
1
2
4
3
7
9
8
6
5
10
9
8
9
8
9
8
9
8
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
4
5
Z
O
N
E
FRIEN
D
L
Y
O
Room A
Room B
Room C
Room D
Room E
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–13
3
1
4
5
Installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
H
100
100
A
1
5
0
A
1
0
0
1
0
0
H A
≤ 1000 350
> 1000 600
No. Component
1 3 x drain outlet
2 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M8 or M10)
3 Terminal cover
4 Grounding terminal
5 Gas stop valve with service port
6 Liquid stop valve with service port
7 Name plate
8 Gas pipe connection
9 Liquid pipe connection
10 Service port
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–14 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
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5
1.7 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
Installation and
service space
See page 1–22.
6
7
2 1
5
4
3
770 488
86
30
880
8
6
0
130
3
0
3
2
0
3
0
1
2
0
8
5
9
5
2
2
6
29
17
8
4
4
34
644
377
41
2
8
5 2
0
0
1
0
0
65
620 130
3
5
4
8
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–15
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Gas pipe connection
2 Liquid pipe connection
3 Service port (inside the unit)
4 Grounding terminal M5 (inside the switch box)
5 3 x drain outlet
6 Stop valve cover
7 Name plate
8 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M12)
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–16 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.8 RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
Installation and
service space
See page 1–22.
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–17
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Gas pipe connection
2 Liquid pipe connection
3 Service port (inside the unit)
4 Grounding terminal M5 (inside the unit)
5 Drain outlet
6 Stop valve cover
7 Name plate
8 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M12)
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–18 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.9 RP200B7W1 and RYP200B7W1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
Dimensions marked with x show distances after fixing the connection pipes.
Installation and
service space
See page 1–24.
4
1 2
3
2 1
4
*
95
1000 D1.5
7
0
0
7
2
6
1290
1
1
0
6
0
97 18
76 750
690
1
7
7
1
5
6
5
2
80
1280
150
70
175
1
2
2
0
9
0
1
5
7
265
70
5
6
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–19
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Grounding terminal
4 Power supply intake
5 4 x foundation hole
6 Knock hole for lower piping
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–20 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.10 RP250B7W1 and RYP250B7W1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
Dimensions marked with x show distances after fixing the connection pipes.
Installation and
service space
See page 1–24.
1
1 2
3
4
2
4
*
95
1000 D1.5
7
0
0
7
2
6
1290
97 18
1
1
0
6
0
76
690
750
1
7
7
1
5
6
5
2
150
1280
80
2
2
0
1
6
5
70
180
265
70
9
0 1
5
7
1
4
4
0
5
6
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–21
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Grounding terminal
4 Power supply intake
5 4 x foundation hole
6 Knock hole for lower piping
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–22 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.11 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1,
RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1:
Installation and Service Space
Non stacked The illustrations and table below show the required installation and service space (mm). The values in
brackets are for the 100 and 125 class.
Suction side obstacle
Discharge side obstacle
Left side obstacle
Right side obstacle
Top side obstacle
Obstacle is present
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–23
3
1
4
5
Stacked The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm). The values in brackets
are for the 100 and 125 class.
■ Do not stack more than one unit.
■ ± 1000 mm is required for the drain pipe.
■ Seal A in order to prevent outlet air from bypassing.
Multiple rows The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm). The values in brackets
are for the 100 and 125 class.
With obstacles in front of the air outlet side With obstacles in front of the air inlet side
One unit per row Multiple units per row
Installation impossible
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–24 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
1.12 RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1:
Installation and Service Space
Wall height The illustration below shows the wall height limits (mm).
Single installation The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Installation in row The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
F S
h
2
h
1
5
0
0
1
5
0
0
In case 1 or 2:
If... Then...
Frontal wall height >
1500 mm
Add h2/2 to the values
mentioned in this section.
Suction wall height >
500 mm
Add h1/2 to the values
mentioned in this section.
F
r
o
n
t

s
i
d
e
S
u
c
t
i
o
n

s
i
d
e
≥ 50 ≥ 50
≥ 500
≥ 100
≥ 10 ≥ 10
≥ 500
≥ 300
≥ 10
≥ 300
F
S
S
F
S
F





Case 1 Case 2 Case 3
≥ 10
≥ 500
≥ 10
≥ 300
≥ 20 ≥ 20
≥ 50
≥ 500
≥ 50
≥ 100
≥ 100 ≥ 100
≥ 200
≥ 300
≥ 400 ≥ 400
S
F
S
F
S
F










Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–25
3
1
4
5
Concentrated
installation
The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Air short circuit If there are multiple units installed, make sure there is no short circuit of air.
≥ 10
≥ 600
≥ 10
≥ 300
≥ 20
≥ 500
≥ 10 ≥ 10 ≥ 20
S
F
F
S
≥ 10
≥ 900
≥ 10
≥ 500
≥ 20
≥ 500
≥ 10 ≥ 10 ≥ 20
F
S
F
S
≥ 50
≥ 500
≥ 50
≥ 100
≥ 100
≥ 500
≥ 50 ≥ 50 ≥ 100
S
F
F
S
≥ 50
≥ 600
≥ 50
≥ 500
≥ 100
≥ 500
≥ 50 ≥ 50 ≥ 100
F
S
F
S






















Case 1
Case 2
General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–26 Part 1 – System Outline
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–27
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Part 1
2 General Outline: Indoor Units
2.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information on the indoor units:
■ Outlook and dimensions
■ Installation and service space
■ Components.
General outline This chapter contains the following general outlines:
General outline See page
2.2–FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1,
FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1 and FHYCP71B7V1
1–28
2.3–FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 1–30
2.4–FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 1–31
2.5–FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 1–32
2.6–FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 1–34
2.7–FDYP125B7V1 1–36
2.8–FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 1–37
2.9–FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1 1–38
2.10–FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 1–40
2.11–FHYP100BV1 1–42
2.12–FHYP125BV1 1–44
2.13–FUYP71BV17 1–46
2.14–FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 1–48
2.15–FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 1–50
2.16–FHYKP35BV1 and FHYKP45BV1 1–52
2.17–FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 1–54
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–28 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.2 FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1,
FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1,
FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1 and FHYCP71B7V1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
4 x M8~M10
12 x M4
A
4 x M4
12 x M4
12 x M4
C
D
10
B
9
6
7
2 1 4 5 8
3
85 80
D
75
2
4
0
2
0
0
1
5
0
1
2
5
1
1
0
9
5
7
5
0
1
6
0 2
3
0
1
0
3
0
260
315
295
350
20
55 840 55
295
80 2x100=200 80
1
5
0
1
6
0
1
1
0
9
5
350
40
55 840 55
85 2x100=200 80
1
6
5
8
0
60
80
1
6
0
1
1
0
9
5
80 2x100=200 80
350
1
1
0
9
5
1
6
0
2X100=200
350
40
420
420
950
9
5
0
11
12
12
12
View A View B
View D View C
For fresh air intake kit connec-
tion (direct installation type)
Prepared hole
860~890 (Ceiling opening)
680 (Suspension position)
300 or less
Prepared hole
Prepared hole
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–29
3
1
4
5
Installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the required installation and service space. When a discharge grille is
closed (e.g. 3-way blow application), the required space is 200 mm or more (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
A
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5
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No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection
4 Power supply connection
5 Transmission wiring connection
6 Air discharge grille
7 Air suction grille
8 Water supply intake
9 Corner decoration cover
10 Drain hose
11 In case an infrared remote control is used, this position is a signal receiver.
12 Branch duct connection
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–30 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.3 FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1
Outlook,
dimensions and
installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
14 x M5
8
B C
6 x M5
7
A
5
3
4 6
14 x M4
10 1
9
2


1
5
0
2
0
0
6
7
98 98 152 178
2
5
0
650
1
5
0
4x150 = 600
600
160 P.C.D.
D125
1
0
0
57
700
1
3
5
3
0
0
6
0
1
1
0
2
3
0
50
60
595
25 800
45 46
315
1
9
5
2
x
6
5

=
1
3
0
630
39
750
1
4
5
6x65 = 390
6
3
0
65
460
1
5
0
2
1
5
2
4
5
3x150 = 450
485
View A View B View C
Knock out hole
Fresh air intake
Suspension
position
300 or more
Suspension bolt
3
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No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection (O.D. 32 mm, I.D. 25 mm)
4 Remote control wiring connection
5 Power supply connection
6 Drain hole (O.D. 32 mm, I.D. 25 mm)
7 Air filter
8 Air suction side
9 Air discharge side
10 Name plate
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–31
3
1
4
5
2.4 FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1
Outlook,
dimensions and
installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
18 x M5
8
7
20 x M4
6 4
3
5
A
6 x M5
C
B
1 10
9
2


1
5
0
2
0
0
6
7
107 115.5 98 141.5 107 115.5 141.5
1
5
0
6x150 = 900
785
5x150 = 750
760
2
4
5
2
1
5
1
5
0
65
11x65 = 715
930
39
6
3
0
1
4
5
1050
2
x
6
5

=
1
3
0
1
9
5
315
46 45
800 25
595
60
50
2
3
0
1
1
0
6
0
3
0
0
1
3
5
1000
57
1
0
0
600
160 P.C.D.
D125
2
5
0
950
View A View B View C
Knock out hole
Fresh air intake
Suspension position
500 or more
Suspension bolt
3
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0

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1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection (O.D. 32 mm, I.D. 25 mm)
4 Remote control wiring connection
5 Power supply connection
6 Drain hole (O.D. 32 mm, I.D. 25 mm)
7 Air filter
8 Air suction side
9 Air discharge side
10 Name plate
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–32 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.5 FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1
Outlook,
dimensions and
installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
2
9
1 10
7
6 4
3
5
A
6 x M5
C
B
24 x M4
8
24 x M5


1
5
0
2
0
0
6
7
98 98 152 98 178 98 98 152 178
6
3
0
1
4
5
1450
2
x
6
5
=
1
3
0
1
9
5
315
46 45
800 25
595
60
50
2
3
0
1
1
0
6
0
3
0
0
1
3
5
1400
57
1
0
0
600
D125
160 P.C.D.
39
1254
16x65 = 1040
1160
65
7x150 = 1050
1185
1
5
0
2
1
5
2
4
5
9x150 = 1350
1
5
0
2
5
0
1350
View A View B
Knock out hole
Fresh air intake
Suspension position
500 or more
Suspension bolt
3
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1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection (O.D. 32 mm, I.D. 25 mm)
4 Remote control wiring connection
5 Power supply connection
6 Drain hole (O.D. 32 mm, I.D. 25 mm)
7 Air filter
8 Air suction side
9 Air discharge side
10 Name plate
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–33
3
1
4
5
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–34 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.6 FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
4 x M4
12 x M4
C
D
10
B
9
6
7
3
5 8 2 1 4
A
12 x M4
12 x M4
4 x M8~M10
12 x M4
3
0
D
75
1
6
5
8
0
60
80
420
420
950
9
5
0
4
0
2
8
8
840 55 55
85 2x100=200 80
350
40
1
9
0
1
6
5
1
5
5
5
0
4
0
1
5
0
1
9
4
.
5
1
5
0
1
2
5
1
6
5
1
5
5
1
0
7
5
0
2
0
0
80 2x100=200 80
295
55 840 55
20
350
260
295 315
2
9
8
350
1
9
0
1
6
5
1
5
5
80 2x100=200 80
1
5
5
1
6
5
40
350
85 2x100=200 80
1
9
0
11
12
12
12
12
View A View B
View D View C
For fresh air intake kit connec-
tion (direct inistallation type)
Prepared hole
Prepared hole
Prepared hole
860~890 Ceiling opening
680 Suspension position
8
6
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8
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300 or less
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–35
3
1
4
5
Installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the installation and service space (mm). When a discharge grille is closed
(e.g. 3-way blow application), the required space is 200 mm or more.
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
A
1
5
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0

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5
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1
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5
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No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection (O.D. 32 mm, I.D. 25 mm)
4 Power supply connection
5 Transmission wiring connection
6 Air discharge grille
7 Air suction grille
8 Water supply intake
9 Corner decoration cover
10 Drain hose (O.D. 32 mm)
11 In case an infrared remote control is used, this position is a signal receiver.
12 Branch duct connection
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–36 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.7 FDYP125B7V1
Outlook,
dimensions and
installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
2

1
5
3
4

82
55
1150
2
2
0
3
0
20
3
5
0
694
189
662
A
2
6
.
5
2
0
2
1
4
0
0
353
96
3
3
1
1
7
4
1
3
1


3
5
0
39
300
≥ 300
300
Service space
View A
No. Component
1 Power supply intake
2 Drain connection (O.D. 25 mm)
3 Gas pipe connection
4 Liquid pipe connection
5 Filter
ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–37
3
1
4
5
2.8 FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1
Outlook,
dimensions and
installation and
service space
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
5
A
4
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
8
4
900
20
4
5
0
55 1200 55 ≥ 300
≥ 300
4
7
3
0
0
A B
A B
830 285
890
FDYP200B7V1
FDYP250B7V1 255
2
0
2
3
5
1
4
0
0
69
113
23


4
5
0
Service space
Extra service space for optional drain pump
View A
No. Component
1 Power supply intake
2 Drain connection (O.D. 25 mm)
3 Gas pipe connection
4 Liquid pipe connection
5 Filter
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–38 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.9 FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–39
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Air discharge grille
2 Air suction grille
3 Air filter
4 Gas pipe connection
5 Liquid pipe connection
6 Drain pipe connection
7 Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4
8 Suspension bracket
9 Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid
10 Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid
11 Right side pipe connection (slit hole)
12 Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole)
13 Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
14 Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
15 Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm)
16 Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm)
17 Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm)
18 Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm)
— Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control, this position is a signal receiver.
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–40 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.10 FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–41
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Air discharge grille
2 Air suction grille
3 Air filter
4 Gas pipe connection
5 Liquid pipe connection
6 Drain pipe connection
7 Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4
8 Suspension bracket
9 Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid
10 Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid
11 Right side pipe connection (slit hole)
12 Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole)
13 Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
14 Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
15 Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm)
16 Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm)
17 Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm)
18 Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm)
— Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control, this position is a signal receiver.
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–42 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.11 FHYP100BV1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–43
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Air discharge grille
2 Air suction grille
3 Air filter
4 Gas pipe connection
5 Liquid pipe connection
6 Drain pipe connection
7 Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4
8 Suspension bracket
9 Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid
10 Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid
11 Right side pipe connection (slit hole)
12 Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole)
13 Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
14 Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
15 Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm)
16 Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm)
17 Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm)
18 Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm)
— Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control, this position is a signal receiver.
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–44 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.12 FHYP125BV1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–45
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Air discharge grille
2 Air suction grille
3 Air filter
4 Gas pipe connection
5 Liquid pipe connection
6 Drain pipe connection
7 Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4
8 Suspension bracket
9 Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid
10 Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid
11 Right side pipe connection (slit hole)
12 Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole)
13 Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
14 Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole)
15 Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm)
16 Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm)
17 Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm)
18 Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm)
— Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control, this position is a signal receiver.
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–46 Part 1 – System Outline
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Outlook and
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The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–47
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5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection
4 Air outlet
5 Air suction grille
6 Corner decoration panel
7 Right pipe / wiring connection
8 Rear pipe / wiring connection
9 Pipe through cover
10 Accessory drain elbow
— Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control, this position is a signal receiver.
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–48 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
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Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–49
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5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection
4 Air outlet
5 Air suction grille
6 Corner decoration panel
7 Right pipe / wiring connection
8 Rear pipe / wiring connection
9 Pipe through cover
10 Accessory drain elbow
— Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control, this position is a signal receiver.
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–50 Part 1 – System Outline
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11
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2.15 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–51
3
1
4
5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Front grille
2 Air filter
3 Discharge outlet
4 Gas pipe connection
5 Liquid pipe connection
6 Drain pipe connection (O.D. 26 mm)
7 Grounding terminal M4 (inside the cover)
8 Slit hole for right piping connection
9 Slit hole for left piping connection
— Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control, this position is a signal receiver.
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–52 Part 1 – System Outline
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11
4
5
2.16 FHYKP35BV1 and FHYKP45BV1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–53
3
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5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection
4 Wire intake
5 Wire intake for remote control
6 Grounding terminal M4 (inside the switch box)
7 Air discharge grille
8 Air suction grille
9 Air filter
10 Suspension bracket
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–54 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
2.17 FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1
Outlook and
dimensions
The illustration below shows the outlook, the dimensions and the installation and service space of the
unit (mm).
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ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–55
3
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5
Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.
No. Component
1 Liquid pipe connection
2 Gas pipe connection
3 Drain pipe connection
4 Wire intake
5 Wire intake for remote control
6 Grounding terminal M4 (inside the switch box)
7 Air discharge grille
8 Air suction grille
9 Air filter
10 Suspension bracket
General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–56 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
ESiEN02–01A Specifications
Part 1 – System Outline 1–57
3
1
4
5
Part 1
3 Specifications
3.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information:
■ Technical specifications
■ Electrical specifications.
Options For possible options, refer to OH98-2 or the installation manual.
Outdoor units This chapter contains the following specifications:
Indoor units This chapter contains the following specifications:
Specifications See page
3.2–R35, R45, R60, MA56 and MA90 1–58
3.3–RP71 1–59
3.4–RP100, RP125, RP200 and RP250 1–60
3.5–RY35 and RY45 1–61
3.6–RYP71, RYP100, RYP125, RYP200 and RYP250 1–62
Specifications See page
3.7–FHC 1–63
3.8–FHYC and FHYCP 1–64
3.9–FHYBP 1–65
3.10–FDYP 1–66
3.11–FHYP 1–67
3.12–FUYP 1–68
3.13–FAYP and FHYKP 1–69
Specifications ESiEN02–01A
1–58 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
3.2 R35, R45, R60, MA56 and MA90
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification R35GZ7V11 R45GZ7V11 R45GZ7W11 R60GZ7W11 MA56GZ7W11 MA90GZ7W11
Compressor Model x No. 802 352 45 x 1 808 052 45 x 1 808 060 88 x 1 802 445 88 x 1 808 060 88 x 1 802 445 88 x 1
Type Hermetically sealed rotary compressor Hermetically sealed rotary compressor
Refrigerant oil type FV68S FV68S
Speed 2880 rpm 2875 rpm 2790 rpm 2800 rpm 2790 rpm —
No. of cylinders 1 — —
Oil charge 520 cc 750 cc 1350 cc 750 cc 1350 cc
Heat exchanger Length 733 mm 788 mm 788 mm 784 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 20 x 2.0 mm 2 x 24 x 2.0 mm 2 x 24 x 2.0 mm 2 x 32 x 2.0 mm
No. of passes 2 2
Face area
0.372 m
3
0.481 m
2
0.481 m
2
0.319 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA Hi-XA
Fin type WL fin WL fin
Empty tubeplate hole 0 0
No. of fans 1 1
Fan Nominal air flow (230V) cooling
27 m
3
/min 30 m
3
/min 43 m
3
/min 43 m
3
/min 46 m
3
/min
Fan motor model UE6S-31A4P F62P45J22 AF-220-49-6-1 AF-220-49-6-1 AF-230-66-6-1
Nominal speed (230 V) H: 815 rpm
L: 490 rpm
H: 890 rpm
L: 470 rpm
H: 785 rpm
L: 455 rpm
H: 765 rpm H: 775 rpm
Fan speed 2 steps 2 steps 1 step
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C R407C
Charge 1.3 kg 1.5 kg 1.85 kg 1.9 kg 3.0 kg
No. of circuits 1 Max. 4 Max. 5
Safety and functional devices See page 1–71 See page 1–71
Heat insulation Both liquid and gas pipes Both liquid and gas pipes
Weight 39 kg 46 kg 62 kg 62 kg 87 kg
Specification R35GZ7V11 R45GZ7V11 R45GZ7W11 R60GZ7W11 MA56GZ7W11 MA90GZ7W11
Unit Phase 1~ 3N~ 3N~
Voltage 230 V 400 V 400 V
Frequency 50 Hz 50 Hz
No. of wire connections 3 for power supply
4 for connections with indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
5 for power supply
4 for connections with indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
5 for power supply
4 for connections with indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
Nominal running current (cool-
ing)
6.4 A 10.8 A 3.98 A 5.6/6.35 A — —
Max. running current — — — 6.8/7.7 A — —
Starting current 33.5 A 48 A 19 A 26 A 19 A 27 A
Recommended fuses 12 A 16 A 12 A 16 A 16 A —
Power supply intake Outdoor unit only Outdoor unit only
Compressor Phase — — — — — 3N~
Voltage — — — — — 400 V
No. x motor output 1 x 1075 W 1 x 1500 W 1 x 1600 W 1 x 2100 W 1 x 1600 W 1x 2100 W
Fan motor Phase — — — — — 1~
Voltage — — — — — 230 V
Starting current — — — — — 1.01
Nominal running current — — — — — 0.68 A
Power consumption — — — — — 152 W
No. of motors x output 1 x 30 W 1 x 45 W 1 x 49 W 1 x 49 W 1 x 66 W
ESiEN02–01A Specifications
Part 1 – System Outline 1–59
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4
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3.3 RP71
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification RP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 RP71B7T1
Compressor Model x No. JT90FA-V1N x 1 JT90FA-YE x 1 JT90FA-T1 x 1
Type Hermetically sealed scroll type
Refrigerant oil type DAPHNE FVC68D
Oil charge 1200 cc
Heat exchanger Length 860 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 38 x 2.0 mm
No. of passes 6
Face area
0.719 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type Non symm. waffle louvre
Empty tubeplate hole 0
No. of fans 1
Fan Nominal air flow (230V) cooling
51 m
3
/min
Fan motor model P47L11S
Fan speed 3 steps
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Charge 3.1 kg
Safety and functional devices See page 1–71 and 3–15
Heat insulation Both liquid and gas pipes
Weight 88 kg 85 kg
Specification RP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 RP71B7T1
Unit Phase 1N~ 3N~ 3~
Voltage 230 V 400 V 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
No. of wire connections 3 wires for power supply
(including earth wire)
4 wires for connection
with indoor (including
earth wire)
5 wires for power supply
(including earth wire)
4 wires for connection
with indoor (including
earth wire)
4 wires for power supply
(including earth wire)
4 wires for connection
with indoor (including
earth wire)
Power supply intake Outdoor unit only
Compressor Phase 1~ 3~
Voltage 230 V 400 V 230 V
Starting method Direct
No. x motor output 1 x 2200 W
Fan motor Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
No. of motors x output 1 x 80 W
Specifications ESiEN02–01A
1–60 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
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3.4 RP100, RP125, RP200 and RP250
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification RP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1
Compressor Model x No. JT125FA-V1N x 1 JT125FA-YE x 1 JT125FA-T1 x 1 JT160FA-YE x 1 JT160FA-T1 x 1 JT236DA-YE x 2 JT300DA-YE x 2
Type Hermetically sealed scroll type
Crankcase heater — — — — — 50 W 72 W
Refrigerant oil type DAPHNE FVC68D
Speed — — — — — 2900 rpm
Oil charge 1500 cc 4000 cc
Heat exchanger Length 860 mm 1790 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 54 x 2.0 mm 2 x 40 x 2.0 mm 2 x 50 x 2.0 mm
No. of passes 9 13 18 16
Face area
1.022 m
2
1.57 m
2
1.97 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type Non symm. waffle louvre
Empty tubeplate hole 8 0
No. of fans 2
Fan Nominal air flow (230V)
cooling
94 m
3
/min 170 m
3
/min 175 m
3
/min
Fan motor model P47L11S x 2 P55J11F P55J11F
Fan speed 3 steps 1 step
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Charge 3.6 kg 3.9 kg 7.5 kg 9.2 kg
Safety and functional devices See page 1–71 and 3–15
Heat insulation Both liquid and gas pipes
Weight 103 kg 98 kg 100 kg 194 kg 206 kg
Specification RP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1
Unit Phase 1~ 3N~ 3~ 3N~ 3~ 3N~
Voltage 230 V 400 V 230 V 400 V 230 V 400 V
Frequency 50 Hz
No. of wire connections 3 wires for
power supply
(including earth
wire)
4 wires for con-
nection with
indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
5 wires for
power supply
(including earth
wire)
4 wires for con-
nection with
indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
4 wires for
power supply
(including earth
wire)
4 wires for con-
nection with
indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
5 wires for
power supply
(including earth
wire)
4 wires for con-
nection with
indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
4 wires for
power supply
(including earth
wire)
4 wires for con-
nection with
indoor (includ-
ing earth wire)
5 wires for power supply (including
earth wire)
4 wires for connection with indoor
(including earth wire)
Nominal running current
(cooling)
— — — — — 14.4 A 17.2 A
Max. running current — — — — — 17.9 A 27.5 A
Power supply intake Outdoor unit only — —
Compressor Phase 1~ 3~ — —
Voltage 230 V 400 V 230 V 400 V 230 V — —
No. x motor output 1 x 3000 W 1x 3750 W 2 x 5500 W 2 x 7500 W
Starting method Direct — —
Fan motor Phase 1~ — —
Voltage 230 V — —
No. of motors x output 80 + 85 W 230 + 190 W 230 + 140 W
ESiEN02–01A Specifications
Part 1 – System Outline 1–61
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3.5 RY35 and RY45
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification RY35EAZ7V1 RY45EAZ7V1
Compressor Model x No. 1YC43BTV1 1YC56ATV1N
Type Hermetically sealed swing type
Crankcase heater — —
Refrigerant oil type FVC68D + HAB15D
No. x motor output 1 x 1300 W 1 x 1700 W
Speed 2850 rpm 2860 rpm
No. of cylinders 1
Oil charge 850 cc
Heat exchanger Length 805 mm 788 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 1 x 24 x 2.0 mm 2 x 24 x 2.0 mm
No. of passes 1.67 3
Face area
0.513 m
2
0.481 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type WL fin
Empty tubeplate hole 0
No. of fans 1
Fan Nominal air flow (230 V) cooling
36 m
3
/min 31 m
3
/min
Nominal air flow (230 V) heating
32 m
3
/min 28 m
3
/min
Fan motor model 19TFB6062
Nominal speed (230 V) H: 610 rpm
L: 350 rpm
Fan speed 2 steps
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Charge 1.1 kg 2.0 kg
No. of circuits Max. 1
Safety and functional devices See page 1–71
Heat insulation Both liquid and gas pipes
Weight 50 kg 57 kg
Specification RY35EAZ7V1 RY45EAZ7V1
Unit Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
No. of wire connections 3 for power supply (including earth wire)
4 for connecting with indoor (including earth wire)
Nominal running current (cool-
ing)
6.9 A 9.1 A
Nominal running current (heat-
ing)
6.4 A 8.8 A
Starting current (cooling) 34 A 42 A
Starting current (heating) 34 A 42A
Recommended fuses 16 A 20 A
Power supply intake Outdoor unit only
Fan motor No. of motors x output 1 x 30 W
Specifications ESiEN02–01A
1–62 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
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3.6 RYP71, RYP100, RYP125, RYP200 and RYP250
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification RYP71B7V1 RYP71B7W1 RYP100B7V1 RYP100B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1
Compressor Model x No. JT90FA-V1N x 1 JT90FA-YE x 1 JT125FA-V1N x 1 JT125F-YE x 1 JT160FA-YE x 1 JT236DA-YE x 2 JT300DA-YE x 2
Type Hermetically sealed scroll type
Crankcase heater — — — — — 50 W 72 W
Refrigerant oil type DAPHNE FVC68D
No. x motor output 1 x 2200 W 1 x 3000 W 1 x 3750 W 2 x 5500 W 2 x 7500 W
Speed — — — — — 2900 rpm
Oil charge 1200 cc 1500 cc 4000 cc
Heat exchanger Length 860 mm 1790 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 38 x 2.0 mm 2 x 54 x 2.0 mm 2 x 40 x 2.0 mm 2 x 50 x 2.0 mm
No. of passes 6 9 13 18 16
Face area
0.719 m
2
1.022 m
2
1.57 m
2
1.97 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type Non symm. waffle louvre
Empty tubeplate hole 0 8 0
No. of fans 1 2
Fan Nominal air flow (230 V)
cooling
51 m
3
/min 94 m
3
/min 170 m
3
/min 175 m
3
/min
Nominal air flow (230 V)
heating
46 m
3
/min 82 m
3
/min 85 m
3
/min
— —
Fan motor model P47L11S P47L11 x 2 P55J11F
Fan speed 3 steps 1 step
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Charge 3.1 kg 3.6 kg 3.9 kg 7.5 kg 9.2 kg
Safety and functional devices See page 1–71 and 3–15
Heat insulation Both liquid and gas pipes
Weight 89 kg 86 kg 104 kg 99 kg 102 kg 196 kg 210 kg
Specification RYP71B7V1 RYP71B7W1 RYP100B7V1 RYP100B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1
Unit Phase 1~ 3N~ 1~ 3N~
Voltage 230 V 400 V 230 V 400 V
Frequency 50 Hz
No. of wire connections 3 for power sup-
ply (including
earth wire)
4 for connecting
with indoor
(including earth
wire)
5 for power sup-
ply (including
earth wire)
4 for connecting
with indoor
(including earth
wire)
3 for power sup-
ply (including
earth wire)
4 for connecting
with indoor
(including earth
wire)
5 for power supply (including earth wire)
4 for connecting with indoor (including earth wire)
Nominal running current
(cooling)
— — — — — 14.4 A 17.2 A
Nominal running current
(heating)
— — — — — — —
Max. running current — — — — — 17.9 A 27.5 A
Power supply intake Outdoor unit only — — —
Compressor Phase 1~ 3~ 1~ 3~ — —
Voltage 230 V 400 V 230 V 400 V — —
Starting method Direct
Fan motor Phase 1~ 1~ — —
Voltage 230 V 230 V — —
No. of motors x output 1 x 80 W 80 + 85 W 230 + 190 W
ESiEN02–01A Specifications
Part 1 – System Outline 1–63
3
1
4
5
3.7 FHC
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification FHC35BZ7V1 FHC45BZ7V1 FHC60BZ7V1
Heat exchanger Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 8 x 1.5 mm
Face area
0.331 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type Cross fin coil
Fan Nominal air flow (cooling)
H: 14 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 15 m
3
/min
L: 11 m
3
/min
H: 18 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
Fan motor model QTS56B14M
Fan speed 2 steps
Fan type Turbo fan
Drive Direct drive
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Safety and functional devices See page 1–91 and 3–14
Air filter Resin net (mold resistant)
Temperature control Computerized control
Insulation Heat Foamed polystyrene
Sound absorbing
Weight Unit: 23 kg
Decoration panel: 5 kg
Specification FHC35BZ7V1 FHC45BZ7V1 FHC60BZ7V1
Unit Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Fan motor No. of motors x output 1 x 45 W
Power consumption 140 W 161 W
FLA (Full Load Amps) 0.6 A
Specifications ESiEN02–01A
1–64 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
3.8 FHYC and FHYCP
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification
FHYCP35B7V1
FHYC35BZ7V1
FHYCP45B7V1
FHYC45BZ7V1
FHYCP60B7V1 FHYCP71B7V1 FHYCP100B7V1 FHYCP125B7V1
Heat exchanger Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 8 x 1.5 mm 2 x 12 x 1.5 mm
Face area
0.331 m
2
0.497 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type Cross fin coil
Fan Nominal air flow (cooling)
H: 14 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 15 m
3
/min
L: 11 m
3
/min
H: 18 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 28 m
3
/min
L: 21 m
3
/min
H: 31 m
3
/min
L: 24 m
3
/min
Nominal air flow (heating)
H: 14 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 15 m
3
/min
L: 11 m
3
/min
H: 18 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 28 m
3
/min
L: 21 m
3
/min
H: 31 m
3
/min
L: 24 m
3
/min
Fan motor model QTS46B14M QTS46A17M
Fan speed 2 steps
Fan type Turbo fan
Drive Direct drive
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Safety and functional devices See page 1–91 and 3–14
Air filter Filter class Resin net (mold resistant)
Max. temperature
Cleaning
Temperature control Computerized control
Insulation Heat Foamed polystyrene
Sound absorbing
Weight Unit: 23 kg
Decoration panel: 5 kg
Unit: 27 kg
Decoration panel: 5 kg
Specification
FHYCP35B7V1
FHYC35BZ7V1
FHYCP45B7V1
FHYC45BZ7V1
FHYCP60B7V1 FHYCP71B7V1 FHYCP100B7V1 FHYCP125B7V1
Unit Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Fan motor FLA (Full Load Amps) 0.6 A 1.0 A
Power consumption 140 W 161 W 204 W 238 W
No. of motors x output 1 x 45 W 1 x 90 W
ESiEN02–01A Specifications
Part 1 – System Outline 1–65
3
1
4
5
3.9 FHYBP
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification FHYBP35B7V1 FHYBP45B7V1 FHYBP60B7V1 FHYBP71B7V1 FHYBP100B7V1 FHYBP125B7V1
Heat exchanger Length 450 mm 750 mm 1150 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 3 x 14 x 1.75 mm
No. of passes 4 6 7 10 13
Face area
0.132 m
2
0.221 m
2
0.338 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type Fin Rhombus type
Empty tube hole 4 0 14 0
No. of fans 1 2 3
Fan Nominal air flow (cooling)
H: 11.5 m
3
/min
L: 9 m
3
/min
H: 14 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 19 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 27 m
3
/min
L: 20 m
3
/min
H: 35 m
3
/min
L: 24 m
3
/min
Nominal air flow (heating)
H: 11.5 m
3
/min
L: 9 m
3
/min
H: 14 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 19 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 27 m
3
/min
L: 20 m
3
/min
H: 35 m
3
/min
L: 24 m
3
/min
Fan speed 2 steps
Fan type Sirocco fan
Drive Direct drive
Static external pressure (50/60
Hz)
— — H: 88
M: 49
L: 20
H: 88
M: 49
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Safety and functional devices See page 1–91 and 3–14
Insulation Heat Both liquid and gas pipes
Sound absorbing Flame and heat resistant foamed pol-
yethylene, regular foamed polyethyl-
ene and foamed PU
Foamed polyurethane
Weight 30 kg 31 kg 41 kg 51 kg 52 kg
Specification FHYBP35B7V1 FHYBP45B7V1 FHYBP60B7V1 FHYBP71B7V1 FHYBP100B7V1 FHYBP125B7V1
Unit Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Recommended fuses 16 A 20 A — — — —
Fan motor Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Nominal running current 0.5 A 0.7 A 0.9 A 1.0 A 1.4 A
No. of motors x output 1 x 65 W 1 x 85 W 1 x 125 W 1 x 135 W 1 x 225 W
Power consumption 65 W 85 W 125 W 135 W 225 W
Specifications ESiEN02–01A
1–66 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
3.10 FDYP
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification FDYP125B7V1 FDYP200B7V1 FDYP250B7V1
Heat exchanger Rows x stages x fin pitch 3 x 14 x 1.75 mm 3 x 24 x 3 mm
Face area
0.338 m
2
0.634 m
2
Tube type Hi-XA
Fin type MLH7 fin hydrophilia Non symm. fin
Fan Nominal air flow (cooling)
43 m
3
/min 69 m
3
/min 89 m
3
/min
Fan motor model DPA216-178NB DPC241-241NB
Fan speed 3 steps 2 steps
Drive Direct drive
Static external pressure (50/60
Hz)
0-150 Pa 0-250 Pa
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Safety and functional devices See page 1–91 and 3–14
Air filter Filter class Eurovent 4/5 (EU2), EN 779 5G2)
Max. temperature 100°C
Cleaning Hot water 30-40°C or compressed air
Temperature control Computerized control
Insulation Sound absorbing Flame and heat resistant foamed felt
Weight 59 kg 90 kg 92 kg
Specification FDYP125B7V1 FDYP200B7V1 FDYP250B7V1
Unit Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Fan motor No. of motors x output 500 W 650 W 1000 W
ESiEN02–01A Specifications
Part 1 – System Outline 1–67
3
1
4
5
3.11 FHYP
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification FHYP35BV1 FHYP45BV1 FHYP60BV1 FHYP71BV1 FHYP100BV1 FHYP125BV1
Heat exchanger Length 722 mm 922 mm 1162 mm 1352 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 12 x 1.75 mm 3 x 12 x 1.75 mm
No. of passes 6 11
Face area
0.182 m
2
0.233 m
2
0.293 m
2
0.341 m
2
Tube type N-hiX tubes
Fin type Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins)
Empty tube hole 0
Fan Nominal air flow (cooling)
H: 13 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 16m
3
/min
L: 13 m
3
/min
H: 17 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 24 m
3
/min
L: 20 m
3
/min
H: 30 m
3
/min
L: 25 m
3
/min
Nominal air flow (heating)
H: 13 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 16 m
3
/min
L: 13 m
3
/min
H: 17 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 24 m
3
/min
L: 20 m
3
/min
H: 30 m
3
/min
L: 25 m
3
/min
Fan motor model 3D12K1AA1 4D12K1AA1 3D12K2AA1 4D12K2AA1
Fan speed 2 steps
Fan type Sirroco fan
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Safety and functional devices See page 1–91 and 3–14
Insulation Heat Foamed polystyrene / foamed polyethylene
Sound absorbing Foamed polyurethane / glass wool
Weight 23 kg 24 kg 26 kg 27 kg 32 kg 35 kg
Specification FHYP35BV1 FHYP45BV1 FHYP60BV1 FHYP71BV1 FHYP100BV1 FHYP125BV1
Unit Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Fan motor Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Power consumption 111 W 115 W 117 W 135 W 144 W
FLA (Full Load Amps) 0.6 A 0.7 A
No. of motors x output 3 x 62 W 4 x 62 W 3 x 130 W 4 x 130 W
Specifications ESiEN02–01A
1–68 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
3.12 FUYP
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification FUYP71BV17 FUYP100BV17 FUYP125BV17
Heat exchanger Length 2101 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 3 x 6 x 1.8 mm 3 x 8 x 1.8 mm
No. of passes 8 12
Face area
0.265 m
2
0.353 m
2
Tube type N-hiX tubes
Fin type Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins)
Empty tube hole 0 4 0
Fan Nominal air flow (cooling)
H: 19 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 29 m
3
/min
L: 21 m
3
/min
H: 32 m
3
/min
L: 23 m
3
/min
Nominal air flow (heating)
H: 19 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
H: 29 m
3
/min
L: 21 m
3
/min
H: 32 m
3
/min
L: 23 m
3
/min
Fan motor model QTS48A10M QTS50B15M
Fan speed 2 steps
Fan type Turbo fan
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C
Safety and functional devices See page 1–91 and 3–14
Air filter Resin net (with mold resistant)
Insulation Heat Heat resistant foamed polyethylene
Regular foamed polyethylene
Weight 25 kg 31 kg
Specification FUYP71BV17 FUYP100BV17 FUYP125BV17
Unit Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Fan motor Phase 1~
Voltage 230 V
Power consumption Cooling: 180 W
Heating: 160 W
Cooling: 289 W
Heating: 269 W
FLA (Full Load Amps) 0.6 A 1.0 A
No. of motors x output 1 x 45 W 1 x 90 W
ESiEN02–01A Specifications
Part 1 – System Outline 1–69
3
1
4
5
3.13 FAYP and FHYKP
Technical
specifications
The table below contains the technical specifications.
Electrical
specifications
The table below contains the electrical specifications.
Specification FAYP71BV1 FAYP100BV1 FHYKP35BV1 FHYKP45BV1 FHYKP60BV1 FHYKP71BV1
Heat exchanger Length 1320 mm 778 mm 978 mm
Rows x stages x fin pitch 2 x 12 x 1.4 mm 2 x 11 x 1.75 mm 3 x 11 x 1.75 mm
No. of passes 9 5 9
Face area
0.332 m
2
0.186 m
2
0.226 m
2
Tube type N-hiX tubes N-hiX tubes
Fin type Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins) Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins)
Empty tube hole 2 2 3
Fan Nominal air flow (cooling)
H: 19 m
3
/min
L: 16 m
3
/min
H: 23 m
3
/min
L: 19 m
3
/min
H: 12 m
3
/min
L: 9 m
3
/min
H: 12 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 17 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
Nominal air flow (heating)
H: 19 m
3
/min
L: 16 m
3
/min
H: 23 m
3
/min
L: 19 m
3
/min
H: 12 m
3
/min
L: 9 m
3
/min
H: 12 m
3
/min
L: 10 m
3
/min
H: 17 m
3
/min
L: 14 m
3
/min
Fan motor model QCL1163MA and QCL1163MB 3D12H1AH1V1 3D12H1J1V1 4D12H1AG1V1
Fan speed 2 steps 2 steps
Fan type Cross frow fan Sirocco fan
Refrigerant circuit Type R407C R407C
Safety and functional devices See page 1–91 and 3–14 See page 1–91 and 3–14
Insulation Heat Foamed polystyrene / foamed polyeth-
ylene
Foamed polystyrene / foamed polyethylene
Weight 26 kg 30 kg 31 kg 33 kg
Decoration panel (option) Model — — BYK45FJW1 BYK71FJW1
Air filter — — Resin net (with mold resistant)
Weight — — 8.5 kg 9.5 kg
Specification FAYP71BV1 FAYP100BV1 FHYKP35BV1 FHYKP45BV1 FHYKP60BV1 FHYKP71BV1
Unit Phase 1~ 1~
Voltage 230 V 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz 50 Hz
Fan motor Phase 1~ 1~
Voltage 230 V 230 V
Power consumption 86 W 101 W Cooling: 92 W
Heating: 59 W
Cooling: 100 W
Heating: 67 W
Cooling: 123 W
Heating: 90 W
FLA (Full Load Amps) 0.3 A 0.4 A 0.2 A 0.3 A 0.5 A
No. of motors x output 1 x 46 W 1 x 49 W 1 x 20 W 1 x 25 W 1 x 45 W
Specifications ESiEN02–01A
1–70 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–71
3
1
4
5
Part 1
4 Functional Diagrams
4.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information:
■ Functional diagrams
■ Pipe connection diameters.
Functional
diagrams
This chapter contains the following functional diagrams:
Functional diagram See page
4.2–R35GZ7V11 1–72
4.3–R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 1–73
4.4–R60GZ7W1 1–74
4.5–MA56GZ7W11 1–75
4.6–MA90GZ7W11 1–76
4.7–RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1,
RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1
1–77
4.8–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit 1–78
4.9–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Pair 1–79
4.10–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Twin 1–80
4.11–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Triple 1–81
4.12–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Double Twin 1–82
4.13–RY35EAZ7V1 1–83
4.14–RY45EAZ7V1 1–84
4.15–RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 1–85
4.16–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit 1–86
4.17–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Pair 1–87
4.18–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Twin 1–88
4.19–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Triple 1–89
4.20–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Double Twin 1–90
4.21–FHC, FHYBP, FHYC, FHYCP, FUYP, FAYP, FDYP, FHYP and FHYKP 1–91
4.22–Piping Components 1–93
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–72 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.2 R35GZ7V11
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
MC
MF
7
5b
3
L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
14
4
5b
2a
9
C
o
o
l
i
n
g
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

8
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
R35GZ7V11 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–73
3
1
4
5
4.3 R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
MF
MC
7
3
14
4
5b
2a
9
C
o
o
l
i
n
g
L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

8
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
R45GZ7V11 15.87 mm 6.35 mm
R45GZ7W11
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–74 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.4 R60GZ7W1
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
M2F
M1C
9
4
14
5b
7
8
17
3
2a
C
o
o
l
i
n
g
L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
R60GZ7W1 15.87 mm 6.35 mm
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–75
3
1
4
5
4.5 MA56GZ7W11
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
M1C
M2F
4
14
7
8
9
3
9
8
L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
2b
8
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g
Room C
Room B
Room A
Room D
Room C
Room B
Room A
Room D
8
6
6
6
6
C
o
o
l
i
n
g
18
Model Room ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
MA56GZ7W11 A 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
B 9.52 mm
C 15.87 mm
D
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–76 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.6 MA90GZ7W11
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
p >
M1C
M2F
4
14
7
9
20
R1T
9
L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
19
Y3S
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g
Room A
Room D
Room C
Room B
Room A
Room D
C
o
o
l
i
n
g
19
Y1S
Room C
Room B
Room E
Room E
8
20
R2T
17
18
5b
13
8 8
11
2b
3
6
6
6
6
6
Model Room ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
MA90GZ7W11 A 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
B
C 15.87 mm
D
E
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–77
3
1
4
5
4.7 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1,
RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
p < p >
SV 19
11
4
2b
6 8
10
7
13 12
3
L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

14
8
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RP71B7V1 15.87 mm 9.52 mm
RP71B7W1
RP71B7T1
RP100B7V1 19.05 mm
RP100B7W1
RP100B7T1
RP125B7W1
RP125B7T1
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–78 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.8 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
p <
p >
L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

19
10
8
6
14
7
11
13
12
4
8
2b
3
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RP200B7W1 ■ For pair, see page 1-79.
■ For twin, see page 1-80.
■ For triple, see page 1-81.
■ For double twin, see page 1-82.
RP250B7W1
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–79
3
1
4
5
4.9 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Pair
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RP200B7W1 or
RP250B7W1
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RP200B7W1 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
RP250B7W1 15.87 mm
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–80 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.10 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Twin
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RP200B7W1 or
RP250B7W1
Model ∅ Gas pipe ∅ Liquid pipe
RP200B7W1 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
RP250B7W1 15.87 mm
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–81
3
1
4
5
4.11 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Triple
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RP200B7W1 or
RP250B7W1
Model ∅ Gas pipe ∅ Liquid pipe
RP200B7W1 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
RP250B7W1 15.87 mm
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–82 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.12 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Double Twin
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RP200B7W1 or
RP250B7W1
Model Between ∅ Gas pipe ∅ Liquid pipe
RP200B7W1 Outdoor unit – branch pipe 28.57 mm (flange) 12.70 mm (flare)
Branch pipe – branch pipe 19.05 mm (flare) 9.52 mm (flare)
Branch pipe – indoor unit 12.70 mm (flare) 6.35 mm (flare)
RP250B7W1 Outdoor unit – branch pipe 28.57 mm (flange) 15.87 mm (flare)
Branch pipe – branch pipe 19.05 mm (flare) 9.52 mm (flare)
Branch pipe – indoor unit 15.87 mm (flare) 9.52 mm (flare)
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–83
3
1
4
5
4.13 RY35EAZ7V1
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
p >
M2F
M1C
5b
14
7
8
16
13
4
9 9
Heating
Cooling
8
2a
3
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RY35EAZ7V1 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–84 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.14 RY45EAZ7V1
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
M1C
M2F
p >
5b
14
7
8
16
13
4
9 9
Heating
Cooling
8
2a
3
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
5b
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RY45EAZ7V1 15.87 mm 6.35 mm
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–85
3
1
4
5
4.15 RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1
and RYP125B7W1
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
SV
p >
p <
7
11
13
8
19
8
6
15a
12
4
3
2b
8
10
15a
15a 15a
16
15b
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RYP71B7V1 15.87 mm 9.52 mm
RYP71B7W1
RYP100B7V1 19.05 mm
RYP100B7W1
RYP125B7W1
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–86 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.16 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
p <
p >
7
11
17
8
19
6
15a
12
4
3
2b
8
10
15a
15a 15a
16
G
a
s

p
i
p
i
n
g

L
i
q
u
i
d

p
i
p
i
n
g
13
14
15b
8
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RYP200B7W1 ■ For pair, see page 1-87
■ For twin, see page 1-88
■ For triple, see page 1-89
■ For double twin, see page 1-90
RYP250B7W1
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–87
3
1
4
5
4.17 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Pair
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RYP200B7W1 or
RYP250B7W1
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RYP200B7W1 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
RYP250B7W1 15.87 mm
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–88 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.18 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Twin
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RYP200B7W1 or
RYP250B7W1
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RYP200B7W1 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
RYP250B7W1 15.87 mm
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–89
3
1
4
5
4.19 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Triple
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RYP200B7W1 or
RYP250B7W1
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
RYP200B7W1 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
RYP250B7W1 15.87 mm
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–90 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
4.20 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Double Twin
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
Outdoor unit:
RYP200B7W1 or
RYP250B7W1
Model Between ∅ Gas pipe ∅ Liquid pipe
RYP200B7W1 Outdoor unit – branch pipe 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
Branch pipe – branch pipe 19.05 mm 9.52 mm
Branch pipe – indoor unit 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
RYP250B7W1 Outdoor unit – branch pipe 28.57 mm 15.87 mm
Branch pipe – branch pipe 19.05 mm 9.52 mm
Branch pipe – indoor unit 15.87 mm
ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams
Part 1 – System Outline 1–91
3
1
4
5
4.21 FHC, FHYBP, FHYC, FHYCP, FUYP, FAYP, FDYP, FHYP and FHYKP
Functional diagram The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.
Components For a description of the components, see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.
Pipe connection
diameters
The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.
Cooling
Heating
8
7
1a
1a
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
FHC35BZ7V1 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
FHC45BZ7V1 15.90 mm
FHC60BZ7V1
FHYBP35B7V1 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
FHYBP45B7V1 15.90 mm
FHYBP60B7V1 9.52 mm
FHYBP71B7V1
FHYBP100B7V1 19.05
FHYBP125B7V1
FHYC35BZ7V1 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
FHYC45BZ7V1 15.90 mm
FHYCP35B7V1 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
FHYCP45B7V1 15.90 mm
FHYCP60B7V1 9.52 mm
FHYCP71B7V1
FHYCP100B7V1 19.05 mm
FHYCP125B7V1
Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A
1–92 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
FUYP71BV17 15.90 mm 9.52 mm
FUYP100BV17 19.05 mm
FUYP125BV17
FAYP71BV1 15.90 mm 9.52 mm
FAYP100BV1 19.05 mm
FDYP125B7V1 19.05 mm 9.52 mm
FDYP200B7V1 28.57 mm 12.70 mm
FDYP250B7V1 15.90 mm
FHYP35BV1 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
FHYP45BV1
FHYP60BV1 15.90 mm 9.52 mm
FHYP71BV1
FHYP100BV1 19.05 mm
FHYP125BV1
FHYKP35BV1 12.70 mm 6.35 mm
FHYKP45BV1
FHYKP60BV1 15.90 mm 9.52 mm
FHYKP71BV1
Model ∅ Gas pipe (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe (flare)
ESiEN02–01A
Part 1 – System Outline 1–93
3
1
5
1
Part 1
4.22 Piping Components
Components The table below contains the different components of the functional diagrams.
No
.
Component Function / remark
1a Flare connection See pipe connection diameter.
1b Flange connection
2a Liquid stop valve The liquid stop valve is used as shut-off valve in case of a pump-down.
2b Liquid stop valve
with service port
3 Gas stop valve with
service port
The gas stop valve is used as shut-off valve in case of a pump-down.
4 Compressor The compressor can restart after 3 min from last stop.
5a Capillary tube The capillary tube allows pressure equalization during a compressor OFF-cycle.
5b The capillary tube expands the liquid to enable evaporation in the evaporator.
6 Electronic expan-
sion valve
The expansion valve expands the liquid to enable evaporation in the evaporator. The opening
degree is controlled to obtain the optimum discharge temperature.
7 Heat exchanger The heat exchanger is of the multi louvre fin type. Hi-X -tubes and coated waffle louvre fins
are used.
8 Filter The filter is used to collect impurities, which may enter the system during installation and is
also used to avoid blockage of the capillaries and other fine mechanical parts of the unit.
9 Accumulator The accumulator is used to separate the gas from the liquid in order to protect the compres-
sor against liquid pumping.
10 Liquid receiver The liquid receiver is used to make sure only completely liquefied refrigerant is sent to the
expansion valve. It is also used as a container in which surplus refrigerant is stored.
11 Check valve with
service port
The check valve allows you to connect a gauge.
12 Low-pressure
switch
The low-pressure switch stops the operation of the unit when the pressure becomes abnor-
mally low.
13 High-pressure
switch
The high-pressure switch stops the operation of the unit when the pressure becomes abnor-
mally high.
14 Propeller fan and
fan motor
The propeller fan creates air displacement across the heat exhanger.
15a One-way valve The one-way valve is used to force the refrigerant liquid to flow through the receiver and the
expansion valve in the same direction both in cooling and heating.
15b The one-way valve is used to release overpressure in the liquid receiver during stand-still.
16 4-way valve
(reversing solenoid
valve)
The 4-way valve is used to select refrigerant flow in cooling or heating mode.
When the 4-way valve switches from ON to OFF, a timer starts counting up to 150 as soon as the
cooling or defrosting operation is stopped. This delay time is to eliminate the switching sound.
17 Muffler The muffler is used to absorb the refrigerant noise from the compressor.
18 Low pressure con-
trol valve
Control to keep the low pressure > 4.3 bar
19 Solenoid valve ■ Y1S: Capacity control solenoid valve
■ Y3S: Liquid injection solenoid valve
■ —: Solenoid valve
20 Thermistor ■ R1T: Capacity control thermistor
■ R2T: Liquid injection thermistor
ESiEN02–01A
1–94 Part 1 – System Outline
3
1
1
5
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–95
3
4
5
1
Part 1
5 Switch Box Layout
5.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter shows the switch box components.
Outdoor units This chapter contains the following switch box layouts:
Indoor units This chapter contains the following switch box layouts:
Switch box layout See page
5.2–R35GZ7V11 and R45GZ7V11 1–96
5.3–R45GZ7W11 1–97
5.4–R60GZ7W1 1–98
5.5–MA56GZ7W11 1–99
5.6–MA90GZ7W11 1–100
5.7–RP71B7V1 and RYP71B7V1 1–101
5.8–RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1 and RYP71B7W1 1–102
5.9–RP100B7V1 and RYP100B7V1 1–103
5.10–RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1, RYP100B7W1 and
RYP125B7W1
1–104
5.11–RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 1–105
5.12–RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 1–106
Switch box layout See page
5.13–FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1,
FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1,
FHYCP71B7V1, FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1
1–107
5.14–FHYBP35B7V1, FHYBP45B7V1, FHYBP60B7V1, FHYBP71B7V1,
FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1
1–108
5.15–FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 1–109
5.16–FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1, FHYP100BV1 and
FHYP125BV1
1–110
5.17–FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 1–111
5.18–FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 1–112
5.19–FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 1–113
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–96 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.2 R35GZ7V11 and R45GZ7V11
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
S1T K1M C2R Z1F
C1R X1M F2S
Symbol Component
X1M Terminal strip (field wiring)
F2S Surge arrester
C1R Compressor running capacitor
S1T Thermostat
K1M Magnetic contactor (M1C)
C2R Fan motor capacitor
Z1F Noise filter
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–97
3
1
4
5
5.3 R45GZ7W11
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
S1T C2R Z1F
R1P F2S F3C K2R K1M
Symbol Component
F2S Surge arrester
K2R Magnetic relay
K1M Magnetic contactor
F3C Overcurrent relay
R1P Reverse phase protector
S1T Thermostat
C2R Fan motor capacitor
Z1F Noise filter
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–98 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.4 R60GZ7W1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
R1P K2R F2S
X1M C2R F3C
Z1F
S1T K1M
Symbol Component Symbol Component
S1T Thermostat R1P Reverse phase protector
K1M Magnetic contactor Z1F Noise filter
F3C Overcurrent relay K2R Magnetic relay
C2R Fan motor capacitor F2S Surge arrester
X1M Terminal strip —
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–99
3
1
4
5
5.5 MA56GZ7W11
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
C2R T1R
X2M X1M S1T
PCB1
F3C
F2S
Z1F K1M
Symbol Component Symbol Component
F3C Overcurrent relay X2M Terminal strip
K1M Magnetic contactor C2R Fan motor capacitor
S1T Thermostat PCB1 Printed circuit board
X1M Terminal strip F2S Surge arrester
Z1F Noise filter T1R Transformer
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–100 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.6 MA90GZ7W11
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
C2R
PCB3 T1R
K1M
PCB1 PCB2 S1T
Z1F
Symbol Component
S1T Thermostat
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board
T1R Transformer
PCB3 Printed circuit board
K1M Compressor contactor
C2R Running capacitor
Z1F Noise filter
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–101
3
1
4
5
5.7 RP71B7V1 and RYP71B7V1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
PCB1
F1C C1R
PCB2
T1R K1S
X1M
K1M
Symbol Component
T1R Transformer
K1S Starting contactor
C1R Fan motor capacitor
K1M Magnetic contactor
F1C Overcurrent relay
X1M Terminal strip
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board (interlock PCB)
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–102 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.8 RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1 and RYP71B7W1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
F1C
PCB1
C1R
X1M
T1R
PCB2
K1M
Symbol Component
X1M Terminal strip
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board (interlock PCB)
T1R Transformer
C1R Fan motor capacitor
K1M Magnetic contactor
F1C Overcurrent relay
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–103
3
1
4
5
5.9 RP100B7V1 and RYP100B7V1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
PCB1
F1C C1R
PCB2
T1R K1S
X1M
K1M C2R
Symbol Component
T1R Transformer
K1S Starting contactor
C1R Fan motor capacitor 1
C2R Fan motor capacitor 2
K1M Magnetic contactor
F1C Overcurrent relay
X1M Terminal strip
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board (interlock PCB)
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–104 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.10 RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1,
RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
F1C
PCB1
C2R
X1M
T1R
PCB2
K1M C1R
Symbol Component
X1M Terminal strip
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board (interlock PCB)
T1R Transformer
C1R Fan motor capacitor 1
C2R Fan motor capacitor 2
K1M Magnetic contactor
F1C Overcurrent relay
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–105
3
1
4
5
5.11 RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
T1R
C1R
PCB2
X1M
PCB3
C2R K1M PCB1
F1C
Symbol Component
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board (interlock PCB)
PCB3 Printed circuit board (power supply PCB)
C1R Fan motor capacitor 1
C2R Fan motor capacitor 2
K1M Magnetic contactor
F1C Overcurrent relay
X1M Terminal strip
T1R Transformer
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–106 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.12 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
PCB
K1M
T1R
C2R C1R X1M
Symbol Component
K1M Magnetic contactor
C1R Compressor running capacitor
C2R Fan motor capacitor
X1M Terminal strip
T1R Transformer
PCB Printed circuit board
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–107
3
1
4
5
5.13 FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1,
FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1,
FHYCP71B7V1, FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
X1M
T1R
X2M
C1R PCB1
Symbol Component
T1R Transformer
PCB1 Printed circuit board
C1R Fan motor capacitor
X2M Terminal strip (interconnection wiring)
X1M Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2)
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–108 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.14 FHYBP35B7V1, FHYBP45B7V1, FHYBP60B7V1, FHYBP71B7V1, FHYBP100B7V1
and FHYBP125B7V1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
X1M X2M
C1R PCB1
T1R
Symbol Component
PCB1 Printed circuit board
C1R Fan motor capacitor
X2M Terminal strip (interconnection wiring)
X1M Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2)
T1R Transformer
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–109
3
1
4
5
5.15 FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
X1M
PCB1
T1R
K1F PCB2
Symbol Component
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board (interlock PCB)
K1F Magnetic contactor
X1M Terminal strip
T1R Transformer
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–110 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.16 FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1,
FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
X1M
T1R C1R PCB1
X2M R1T
Symbol Component
PCB1 Printed circuit board
C1R Fan motor capacitor
T1R Transformer
X2M Terminal strip (interconnection wiring)
X1M Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2)
R1T Air thermistor
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–111
3
1
4
5
5.17 FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
C1R PCB2 X2M X1M
PCB1
Symbol Component
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board (power supply PCB)
C1R Fan motor capacitor
X1M Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2)
X2M Terminal strip (interconnection wiring)
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–112 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
5.18 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
X1M PCB1
X2M
PCB2 C1R
Symbol Component
PCB1 Printed circuit board
PCB2 Printed circuit board
C1R Fan motor capacitor
X1M Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2)
X2M Terminal strip (for interconnection wiring)
ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–113
3
1
4
5
5.19 FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1
Switch box The illustration below shows the switch box layout.
Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.
PCB1 C1R X2M
PCB2
X1M
Symbol Component
X2M Terminal strip (interconnection wiring)
C1R Fan motor capacitor
PCB1 Printed circuit board
X1M Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2)
PCB2 Printed circuit board (power supply PCB)
Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–114 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–115
3
1
4
5
Part 1
6 Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
6.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the wiring diagrams of the outdoor units.
Wiring diagrams This chapter contains the following wiring diagrams:
Wiring diagram See page
6.2–R35GZ7V11 1–116
6.3–R45GZ7V11 1–117
6.4–R45GZ7W11 1–118
6.5–R60GZ7W11 1–119
6.6–MA56GZ7W11 1–120
6.7–MA90GZ7W11 1–121
6.8–RP71B7V1 1–122
6.9–RP71B7W1 1–123
6.10–RP71B7T1 1–124
6.11–RP100B7V1 1–125
6.12–RP100B7W1 and RP125B7W1 1–126
6.13–RP100B7T1and RP125B7T1 1–127
6.14–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 1–128
6.15–RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 1–129
6.16–RYP71B7V1 1–130
6.17–RYP71B7W1 1–131
6.18–RYP100B7V1 1–132
6.19–RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 1–133
6.20–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 1–134
Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–116 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
6.2 R35GZ7V11
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
B
L
U
B
L
K
W
H
T
R
E
D
O
R
G
B
R
N
S
1
T
C
L H
BLU
Z
1
F
WHT
WHT
N
O
I
S
E

F
I
L
T
E
R
:
Z
1
F
F
I
E
L
D

E
A
R
T
H

L
E
A
K

D
E
T
E
C
T
O
R
:
Q
5
E
Y
L
W
W
H
T
R
E
D
B
L
U
W
H
T
R
E
D
5 1
2 6 4
3
R
E
D
GRN/YLW
Y
L
W
WHT
RED
B
L
K
O
R
G
X
1
M
S
C
R
C
1
R
C
2
R
X
2
A
B
A K
1
M
Q
1
C
L
M
1
C
1
~
M
M
2
F
1
~
M
N L 3 2 1
F
2
S
B
L
U
Q
3
M
P
R
O
T
E
C
T
I
V
E

E
A
R
T
H
:
F
1
U
:
:
N
E
U
T
R
A
L
L
I
V
E
i
n
d
o
o
r

2
3
0
V
1
~

5
0
H
z
L N
L
C
1
R
,
C
2
R
N
:
R
U
N
N
I
N
G

C
A
P
A
C
I
T
O
R
F
I
E
L
D

W
I
R
I
N
G
Q
5
E
1 2 3
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

C
O
N
T
A
C
T
O
R
:
K
1
M
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

M
O
T
O
R
F
A
N

M
O
T
O
R
T
E
R
M
I
N
A
L

S
T
R
I
P
(
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R
)
O
V
E
R
C
U
R
R
E
N
T

O
V
E
R
L
O
A
D

S
W
I
T
C
H
C
O
N
N
E
C
T
O
R
S
U
R
G
E

A
R
R
E
S
T
E
R
T
H
E
R
M
O
S
T
A
T
: :
:
:
: :
:
M
1
C
M
2
F
X
1
M
Q
1
C
L
X
2
A
F
2
S
S
1
T
F
1
U
:
F
I
E
L
D

F
U
S
E
o
u
t
d
o
o
r
T
H
E
R
M
A
L

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R
:
Q
3
M
B
L
U
RED RED
ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–117
3
1
4
5
6.3 R45GZ7V11
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
RED RED
B
L
U
Q
3
M
,
Q
4
M
:
T
H
E
R
M
A
L

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R
o
u
t
d
o
o
r
F
I
E
L
D

F
U
S
E
:
F
1
U
S
1
T
F
2
S
X
2
A
X
1
M
M
2
F
M
1
C
:
: : :
: :
T
H
E
R
M
O
S
T
A
T
S
U
R
G
E

A
R
R
E
S
T
E
R
C
O
N
N
E
C
T
O
R
T
E
R
M
I
N
A
L

S
T
R
I
P
F
A
N

M
O
T
O
R
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

M
O
T
O
R
K
1
M
:
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

C
O
N
T
A
C
T
O
R
3 2 1
Q
5
E
F
I
E
L
D

W
I
R
I
N
G
R
U
N
N
I
N
G

C
A
P
A
C
I
T
O
R
:
N
C
1
R
,
C
2
R
L
N L

2
3
0
V
1
~

5
0
H
z
i
n
d
o
o
r
L
I
V
E
N
E
U
T
R
A
L
:
:
F
1
U
:
P
R
O
T
E
C
T
I
V
E

E
A
R
T
H
Q
4
M
Q
3
M
B
L
U
F
2
S
1 2 3 L N
M
1
M
2
F
M
1
M
1
C
K
1
M
A
B
X
2
A
C
2
R
C
1
R
R
C
S
X
1
M
O
R
G
B
L
K
RED
WHT
Y
L
W
GRN/YLW
R
E
D
3
4 6 2
1 5
R
E
D
W
H
T
B
L
U
R
E
D
W
H
T
W
H
T
Y
L
W
Q
5
E
:
F
I
E
L
D

E
A
R
T
H

L
E
A
K

D
E
T
E
C
T
O
R
Z
1
F
:
N
O
I
S
E

F
I
L
T
E
R
WHT
WHT
Z
1
F
BLU
H L
C
S
1
T
B
R
N
O
R
G
R
E
D
W
H
T
B
L
K
~
~
Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–118 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
6.4 R45GZ7W11
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
C
O
N
N
E
C
T
O
R
:
X
2
A
B
L
K
W
H
T
R
E
D
O
R
G
Y
L
W
S
1
T
C
L H
Z
1
F
WHT
WHT
N
O
I
S
E

F
I
L
T
E
R
:
Z
1
F
F
I
E
L
D

W
I
R
I
N
G
N
L
1
,
L
2
,
L
3
L
I
V
E
N
E
U
T
R
A
L
:
: :
P
R
O
T
E
C
T
I
V
E

E
A
R
T
H
T
H
E
R
M
O
S
T
A
T
:
S
1
T
BLU
B
R
N
3 2 1
o
u
t
d
o
o
r
Q
3
M
M
1
M
2
F
M
3
M
1
C
X
2
A
S
R
T
O
R
G
B
L
K
RED
WHT
:
O
V
E
R
L
O
A
D

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R

(
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

I
N
T
E
R
N
A
L
)
Q
2
L
Q
5
E
Q
5
E
1
5
3
R
1
P
3
2
K
2
R
8
7
F
3
C
9
5
9
8
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C

R
E
L
A
Y
:
K
2
R
L3 L2
F
1
U


4
0
0
V
3
N
~

5
0
H
z
N
L
1
L
2
L
3
B
L
U
5 3
4 6
R
E
D
1
2
2
T
1
6
T
3
4
T
2
Y
L
W
:
F
I
E
L
D

E
A
R
T
H

L
E
A
K

D
E
T
E
C
T
O
R
F
I
E
L
D

F
U
S
E
:
:
F
1
U
F
2
S
1 2 3 L1 N
i
n
d
o
o
r
Q
2
L
K
1
M
B
A
C
2
R
X
1
M
F
2
S
Q
3
M
X
1
M
K
1
M
F
3
C
M
2
F
M
1
C
: : : :
:
:
S
U
R
G
E

A
R
R
E
S
T
E
R
T
H
E
R
M
A
L

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R
T
E
R
M
I
N
A
L

S
T
R
I
P
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

C
O
N
T
A
C
T
O
R
O
V
E
R
C
U
R
R
E
N
T

R
E
L
A
Y
F
A
N

M
O
T
O
R
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

M
O
T
O
R
GRN/YLW
BRN
BLU
1
3
1
4
R
1
P
:
R
E
V
E
R
S
E

P
H
A
S
E

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R
B
L
U
B
L
K
YLW
B
R
N
W
H
T
B
R
N
W
H
T
G
R
Y
B
L
U
BRN
O
R
G
B
R
N
W
H
T
G
R
Y
RED
C
2
R
:
R
U
N
N
I
N
G

C
A
P
A
C
I
T
O
R
R
S
T
2
~
~
ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–119
3
1
4
5
6.5 R60GZ7W11
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
Q
2
L
W
H
T
B
R
N
RED
BLU
B
R
N
B
L
U
C
O
N
N
E
C
T
O
R
:
X
2
A
B
L
K
W
H
T
R
E
D
O
R
G
B
L
U
S
1
T
C
L H
Z
1
F
W
H
T
W
H
T
N
O
I
S
E

F
I
L
T
E
R
:
Z
1
F
F
I
E
L
D

W
I
R
I
N
G
N
L
1
,
L
2
,
L
3
L
I
V
E
N
E
U
T
R
A
L
:
: :
P
R
O
T
E
C
T
I
V
E

E
A
R
T
H
T
H
E
R
M
O
S
T
A
T
:
S
1
T
WHT
3 2 1
o
u
t
d
o
o
r
Q
3
M
M
1
M
2
F
M
3
M
1
C
X
2
A
S
R
T
O
R
G
B
L
K
RED
WHT
:
O
V
E
R
L
O
A
D

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R
Q
2
L
Q
5
E
Q
5
E
1
5
3
K
2
R
8
7
F
3
C
9
5
9
8
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C

R
E
L
A
Y
:
K
2
R
L3 L2
F
1
U


4
0
0
V
3
N
~

5
0
H
z
N
L
1
L
2
L
3
B
L
U
5 3
4 6
R
E
D
1
2
2
T
1
6
T
3
4
T
2
Y
L
W
:
F
I
E
L
D

E
A
R
T
H

L
E
A
K

D
E
T
E
C
T
O
R
F
I
E
L
D

F
U
S
E
:
:
F
1
U
F
2
S
1 2 3 L1 N
i
n
d
o
o
r
K
1
M
B
A
C
2
R
X
1
M
F
2
S
Q
3
M
X
1
M
K
1
M
F
3
C
M
2
F
M
1
C
: : : :
:
:
S
U
R
G
E

A
R
R
E
S
T
E
R
T
H
E
R
M
A
L

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
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R
T
E
R
M
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N
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L

S
T
R
I
P
C
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M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

C
O
N
T
A
C
T
O
R
O
V
E
R
C
U
R
R
E
N
T

R
E
L
A
Y
F
A
N

M
O
T
O
R
C
O
M
P
R
E
S
S
O
R

M
O
T
O
R
GRN/YLW
BRN
1
3
1
4
R
1
P
:
R
E
V
E
R
S
E

P
H
A
S
E

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R
B
L
U
B
L
K
YLW
B
R
N
W
H
T
G
R
Y
B
L
U
BRN
O
R
G B
R
N
W
H
T
G
R
Y
C
2
R
:
R
U
N
N
I
N
G

C
A
P
A
C
I
T
O
R
3
2
R
S
T
1
R
1
P
T
2
P
C
B
~
~
Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–120 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
6.6 MA56GZ7W11
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
K
2
R
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C

R
E
L
A
Y
:
K
1
M
:
S
U
R
G
E

A
R
R
E
S
T
O
R
F
2
S
F
I
E
L
D

E
A
R
T
H

L
E
A
K

D
E
T
E
C
T
O
R
:
Q
5
E
W
H
T
R
E
D
X
1
2
A
F
3
C
:
O
V
E
R
C
U
R
R
E
N
T

R
E
L
A
Y
B R N
Q
3
M
R E D
B L U
W H T
X
1
2
A
T
R
A
N
S
F
O
R
M
E
R
:
T
1
R
Q
2
L
:
O
V
E
R
L
O
A
D

P
R
O
T
E
C
T
O
R
X
1
M
Z 1 F
Q
2
L
W
H
T
R E D
B
L
U
C
2
R
R E D
W H T
1
M
M
2
F
S
1
M
R
1
1
3
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5
A
N
F
I
E
L
D

W
I
R
I
N
G
N
L
1



L
3
L
I
V
E
N
E
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T
R
A
L
:
:
:
P
R
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T
E
C
T
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V
E

E
A
R
T
H
R
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M
A
i
n
d
o
o
r
1 2 3
R
O
O
M
B
i
n
d
o
o
r
1 2 3
R
O
O
M
C
i
n
d
o
o
r
1 2 3
R
O
O
M
D
i
n
d
o
o
r
1 2 3
G
R
N
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L
W
S
4
S
5
R
E
D
R
E
D
Y
L
W
Y
L
W
B
L
U
B
L
U
O
R
G
O
R
G
A
A A A
1 2 3 B
B B B
1 2 3 C
C C C
1 2 3 D
D D D
1 2 3
X
2
M
Y
1
4
E
Y
1
3
E
S
D
S
C
P
C
B
1
F
U
M
6
M
6
R
E
D
B L U
W H T
R E D
B L U
O R G
P P L
R E D
B L K
O R G H
L C
B L K
S
1
T
o
u
t
d
o
o
r
C
2
R
R
U
N
N
I
N
G

C
A
P
A
C
I
T
O
R
: :
F
I
E
L
D

F
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1–126 Part 1 – System Outline
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–127
3
1
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5
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1–128 Part 1 – System Outline
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11
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–129
3
1
4
5
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1–130 Part 1 – System Outline
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ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–131
3
1
4
5
6.17 RYP71B7W1
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
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Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–132 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
6.18 RYP100B7V1
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ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–133
3
1
4
5
6.19 RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
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1–134 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
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ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–135
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Part 1
7 Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units
7.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the wiring diagrams of the indoor units.
Wiring diagrams This chapter contains the following wiring diagrams:
Wiring diagram See page
7.2–FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1 and FHC60BZ7V1 1–136
7.3–FHYBP35B7V1, FHYBP45B7V1, FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 1–137
7.4–FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 1–138
7.5–FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35BZ7V1, FHYCP45BZ7V1,
FHYCP60BZ7V1, FHYCP71BZ7V1, FHYCP100BZ7V1 and FHYCP125BZ7V1
1–139
7.6–FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 1–140
7.7–FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1, FHYP100BV1 and
FHYP125BV1
1–141
7.8–FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 1–142
7.9–FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 1–143
7.10–FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 1–144
Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–136 Part 1 – System Outline
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7.2 FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1 and FHC60BZ7V1
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
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1–138 Part 1 – System Outline
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–139
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1–140 Part 1 – System Outline
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Part 1 – System Outline 1–141
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7.7 FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1,
FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–142 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
7.8 FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units
Part 1 – System Outline 1–143
3
1
4
5
7.9 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
1–144 Part 1 – System Outline
3
11
4
5
7.10 FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1
Wiring diagram The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.
ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–145
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1
Part 1
8 PCB Layout
8.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information:
■ It describes which unit uses which PCB types
■ It shows the PCB connectors.
PCB layouts This chapter contains the following PCB layouts:
PCB layout See page
8.2–Outdoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types 1–146
8.3–Indoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types 1–147
8.4–PCB Types 1–148
8.5–PCB Type A 1–149
8.6–PCB Type B 1–150
8.7–PCB Type D 1–151
8.8–PCB Type E 1–152
8.9–PCB Type F 1–153
8.10–PCB Type G 1–154
8.11–PCB Type H 1–155
8.12–PCB Type I 1–156
8.13–PCB Type J 1–157
8.14–PCB Type N 1–158
8.15–PCB Type O 1–160
8.16–PCB Type P 1–161
8.17–PCB Type Q 1–162
8.18–PCB Type R 1–163
PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–146 Part 1 – System Outline
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4
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8.2 Outdoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types
No. and types The table below contains the PCB numbers and types of the outdoor units.
Outdoor unit PCB 1 PCB 2 PCB 3
R35GZ7V11 — — —
R45GZ7V11
R45GZ7W11
R60GZ7W1
MA56GZ7W11 3SW00942-1
(type L)
2P068330-1
(type H)
3SA42153-1
(type K)
MA90GZ7W11 2PB38042-21
(type J)
3SW00942-1
(type L)
2PB32067-3
(type I)
RP71B7V1 3SW00943-1
(type M)
4SW00962-1 (type N) —
RP71B7W1 4SW00954-1 (type N)
RP71B7T1
RP100B7V1 4SW00963-1 (type N)
RP100B7W1 4SW00955-1 (type N)
RP100B7T1
RP125B7W1
RP125B7T1
RP200B7W1 2P050150-1
(type C)
4SW00958-1 (type N)
RP250B7W1 4SW00959-1 (type N)
RY35EAZ7V1 2P019606-1
(type B)
— —
RY45EAZ7V1 2P019607-1
(type B)
RYP71B7V1 3SW00943-1
(type M)
4SW00964-1 (type N) —
RYP71B7W1 4SW00956-1 (type N)
RYP100B7V1 4SW00965-1 (type N)
RYP100B7W1 4SW00957-1 (type N)
RYP125B7W1
RYP200B7W1 2P050150-1
(type C)
3SW00943-1
(type M)
4SW00960-1
(type N)
RYP250B7W1
ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–147
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8.3 Indoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types
No. and types The table below contains the PCB numbers and types of the indoor units.
Indoor unit PCB 1 PCB 2
FHC35BZ7V1
2P053997-1 (type D) —
FHC45BZ7V1
FHC60BZ7V1
FHYBP35B7V1
2P060444-1 (or EC0060A)
(type F)

FHYBP45B7V1
FHYBP60B7V1
FHYBP71B7V1
FHYBP100B7V1
2P060445-1 (or EC0061A )
(type F)
FHYBP125B7V1
FHYC35BZ7V1
2P018671-1 (type A) —
FHYC45BZ7V1
FHYCP35B7V1
2P060443-1 (type E) —
FHYCP45B7V1
FHYCP60B7V1
FHYCP71B7V1
FHYCP100B7V1
FHYCP125B7V1
FDYP125B7V1
3SW00943-1 (type M) 2P060446-1 (or EC0062A)
(type G)
FDYP200B7V1
FDYP250B7V1
FHYP35BV1
2P064849-1 (type Q) —
FHYP45BV1
FHYP60BV1
FHYP71BV1
FHYP100BV1
FHYP125BV1
FUYP71BV17
2P060449-1 (type O) —
FUYP100BV17
FUYP125BV17
FAYP71BV1
2P060448-1 (type R) —
FAYP100BV1
FHYKP35BV1
2P060447-1 (type P) —
FHYKP45BV1
FHYKP60BV1
FHYKP71BV1
PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A
1–148 Part 1 – System Outline
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11
4
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8.4 PCB Types
PCB types The table below is an overview of the PCB types.
PCB type PCB No. Unit See page
A 2P018671-1 FHYC35/45BZ7V1 1–149
B 2P019606-1 RY35EAZ7V1 1–150
2P019607-1 RY45EAZ7V1
C 2P050150-1 RP200/250B7W1
RYP200/250B7W1 (not described in this manual)

D 2P053997-1 FHC35/45/60BZ7V1 1–151
E 2P060443-1 FHYCP35/45/60/71/100/125B7V1 1–152
F 2P060444-1 (or EC0060A) FHYBP35/45/60/71B7V1 1–153
2P060445-1 (or EC0061A) FHYBP100/125B7V1
G 2P060446-1 (or EC0062A) FDYP125/200/250B7V1 1–154
H 2P068330-1 MA56GZ7W11 1–155
I 2PB32067-3 MA90GZ7W11 1–156
J 2PB38042-21 MA90GZ7W11 1–157
K 3SA42153-1 MA56GZ7W11 (not described in this manual) —
L 3SW00942-1 MA90GZ7W11
MA56GZ7W11 (not described in this manual)
M 3SW00943-1 RP71/100B7V1/W1/T1
RP125B7W1/T1
RP200/250B7W1
RYP71/100B7V1/W1
RYP125/200/250B7W1
FDYP125/200/250B7V1 (not described in this manual)
N 4SW00954-1 RP71B7W1/T1 1–158
4SW00955-1 RP100/125B7W1/T1
4SW00956-1 RYP71B7W1
4SW00957-1 RYP100/125B7W1
4SW00958-1 RP200B7W1
4SW00959-1 RP250B7W1
4SW00960-1 RYP200/250B7W1
4SW00962-1 RP71B7V1
4SW00963-1 RP100B7V1
4SW00964-1 RYP71B7V1
4SW00965-1 RYP100B7V1
O 2P060449-1 FUYP71/100/125BV17 1–160
P 2P060447-1 FHYKP35/45/60/71BV1 1–161
Q 2P064849-1 FHYP35/45/60/71/100/125BV1 1–162
R 2P060448-1 FAYP71/100BV1 1–163
ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout
Part 1 – System Outline 1–149
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8.5 PCB Type A
Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P018671-1 (illustrated below) FHYC35/45BZ7V1
X27A
X5A
X18A
X20A
X25A
X36A
X35A
X24A
X15A
X11A X10A X33A X19A X30A X23A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A T1R Transformer 230V/22V secundary
X11A T1R Transformer 230V/22V primary
X15A 33H Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X20A M2F Fan motor
X23A — Connector to capacity adapter
X24A X2A on A2P Receiver IR remote control (option)
X25A M3P Drain pump motor
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X33A — Connector to X1A on the adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
X36A M1A Swing flap motor
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB numbers and units of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P019606-1 RY35EAZ7V1
2P019607-1 (illustrated below) RY45EAZ7V1
X1A
X7A
X5A
X3A
X4A
Connector Connected to Description
X1A X1M Terminal strip (power supply PCB and communication to the
indoor units)
X3A T1R Transformer
X4A S2PH High-pressure switch
X5A T1R Transformer
X7A R1T and R4T Outside air thermistor
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8.7 PCB Type D
Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P053997-1 (illustrated below) FHC35/45/60BZ7V1
X27A
X5A
X18A
X20A
X25A
X36A
X35A
X24A
X15A
X11A X10A X33A X19A X23A X30A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A T1R Transformer 230V/22V secundary
X11A T1R Transformer 230V/22V primary
X15A 33H Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X20A M2F Fan motor
X23A — Connector to capacity adapter
X24A X2A on A2P Receiver IR remote control (option)
X25A M3P Drain pump motor
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X33A — Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
X36A M1A Swing flap motor
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P060443-1 (illustrated below) FHYCP35/45/60/71/100/125B7V1
X27A
X5A
X18A
X20A
X25A
X11A X10A X33A X19A X23A X30A
X35A
X24A
X15A
X36A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A T1R Transformer 230V/22V secundary
X11A T1R Transformer 230V/22V primary
X15A 33H Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X20A M2F Fan motor
X23A — Connector to capacity adapter
X24A X2A on A2P Receiver IR remote control (option)
X25A M3P Drain pump motor
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X33A — Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
X36A M1A Swing flap motor
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB numbers and units of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P060444-1 (or EC0060A) FHYBP35/45/60/71B7V1
2P060445-1 (or EC0061A) (illustrated below) FHYBP100/125B7V1
X33A
X21A
X30A
X15A
X11A X25A X27A
X35A X10A X5A
X23A
X18A
X19A
X50A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A T1R Transformer 230V/22V secundary
X11A T1R Transformer 230V/22V primary
X15A 33H Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X21A M1F Fan motor
X23A — Connector to capacity adapter
X25A M3P Drain pump motor
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X33A — Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
X50A In case no transfo is used: Connector to power supply PCB
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P060446-1 (or EC0062A) (illustrated below) FDYP125/200/250B7V1
X33A
X21A
X30A
X15A
X31A
X23A
X18A
X19A
X35A X10A X5A
X11A X25A X27A
X50A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A T1R Transformer 230V/22V secundary
X11A T1R Transformer 230V/22V primary
X15A 33H Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X21A K1F Magnetic contactor for fan motor (M1F)
X23A — Connector to capacity adapter
X25A M3P Drain pump motor
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X31A — Connector to A3P (interlock PCB)
X33A — Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
X50A — In case no transfo is used: Connector to power supply PCB
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8.11 PCB Type H
Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P068330-1 (illustrated below) MA56GZ7W11
SD
S5
SC SB SA S3 S2 S1
S4
Connector Connected to Description
S1 — Power supply
S2 T1R Transformer
S3 PCB2 —
S4 X2M Room A and B
S5 X2M Room C and D
SA Y11E Electronic expansion valve
SB Y12E
SC Y13E
SD Y14E
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2PB32067-3 (illustrated below) MA90GZ7W11
S10
S5
S1
S2
S4
Connector Connected to Description
S1 — Transformer
S2 X21A Connector
S4 S2PH High-pressure switch
S5 — Power supply
S10 — Connector for compressor overload/overcurrent
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2PB38042-21 (illustrated below) MA90GZ7W11
S6 S5 S4
SE SD SC SB SA S3 S2 S1 S7
Connector Connected to Description
S1 X3M Terminal strip
S2 T1R Transformer
S3 PCB2 —
S4 X2M Room A and B
S5 X2M Room C and D
S6 X2M Room E
S7 Y1S Solenoid valve
SA Y11E Electronic expansion valve
SB Y12E
SC Y13E
SD Y14E
SE Y15E
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8.14 PCB Type N
Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB numbers and units of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
4SW00954-1 RP71B7W1/T1
4SW00955-1 RP100/125B7W1/T1
4SW00956-1 RYP71B7W1
4SW00957-1 RYP100/125B7W1
4SW00958-1 RP200B7W1
4SW00959-1 RP250B7W1
4SW00960-1 (illustrated below) RYP200/250B7W1
4SW00962-1 RP71B7V1
4SW00963-1 RP100B7V1
4SW00964-1 RYP71B7V1
4SW00965-1 RYP100B7V1
X4A
X24A
X20A
X12A
X7A
X22A
X8A
X21A
X11A X9A X27A X1A X15A X14A
X5A X6A X23A X10A
X25A
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Connector Connected to Description
X1A X2A on A3P
X4A R1T Air thermistor
X5A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X6A R3T Discharge thermistor
X7A T1R Transformer
X8A K1M Magnetic contactor (M1C)
X9A S1PH High-pressure switch
X10A S1LP Low-pressure switch
X11A Q1L Thermo switch (M1F)
X12A Q2L Thermo switch (M2F)
X14A M1F Fan motor 1
X15A M2F Fan motor 2
X20A X1M Terminal strip
X21A F1C Over current relay
X22A Y1R 4-way valve
X23A X1A on A2P —
X24A Y1E Expansion valve
X25A J1HC Crankcase heater
X27A Y1S Solenoid valve
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P060449-1 (illustrated below) FUYP71/100/125BV17
X33A X11A X27A
X20A
X29A
X25A
X24A X5A X10A X30A X35A
X19A
X18A
X23A
X15A
X14A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A X2A on A2P PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC)
X11A X1A on A2P PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC)
X14A 33A Limit switch (swing flap)
X15A 33H Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X20A M1F Fan motor
X23A — Connector for capacity adapter
X24A X2A on A3P Connected when the infrared remote control kit is used
X25A M1P Drain pump motor
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X29A M1A Swing flap motor
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X33A — Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
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8.16 PCB Type P
Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P060447-1 (illustrated below) FHYKP35/45/60/71BV1
X27A
X21A
X30A
X14A
X15A
X23A
X18A
X19A
X35A X10A X5A
X25A X29A X11A X33A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A X2A on A2P PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC)
X11A X1A on A2P PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC)
X14A 33A Limit switch (swing flap)
X15A 33H Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X21A — Fan motor
X23A — Connector to capacity adapter
X25A M1P Drain pump motor
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X29A M1A Swing flap motor
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X33A — Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
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Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P064849-1 (illustrated below) FHYP35/45/60/71/100/125BV1
X33A
X20A
X30A
X14A
X15A
X23A
X18A
X19A
X35A X10A X5A X24A X26A
X29A
X25A
X11A X27A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A T1R Transformer 230 V/22 V
X11A T1R Ttransformer 230 V/22 V
X14A 33A Limit switch (swing flap)
X15A — When installing the drain pump, remove the jumper connector of
X15A and carry out the additional wiring for float switch and drain
pump.
Connector to float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X20A M1F Fan motor
X23A — Connector for capacity adapter
X24A X2A on A3P X24A is connected when the infrared remote control kit is used
X25A — Connector to drain pump motor
X26A M1F Fan motor feedback cable
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X29A M1A Swing flap motor
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X33A — Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
opitonal PCB KRP4
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8.18 PCB Type R
Applicable The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type.
PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.
PCB No. Unit
2P060448-1 (illustrated below) FAYP71/100BV1
X5A
X18A
X20A
X11A
X27A
X98A
X10A
X25A X29A X24A X35A X26A X30A X14A X15A
X23A
X19A
Connector Connected to Description
X5A X1M Terminal strip (P1 and P2)
X10A X2A on A2P Power supply PCB
X11A X1A on A2P Power supply PCB
X14A 33A Limit switch (swing flap)
X15A — Float switch
X18A R2T Heat exchanger thermistor
X19A R1T Air thermistor
X20A M1F Fan motor power supply
X23A — Connector for capacity adapter
X24A X2A on A3P X24A is connected when the wirelesss remote control is used
X25A — Drain pump motor
X26A M1F Fan motor feedback cable
X27A X2M Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit
X29A M1A Swing flap motor
X30A — Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102)
X35A X1A (KRP4) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for
optional PCB KRP4
X98A C1R Capacitor (M1F)
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Functional Description
What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter See page
1–General Functionality 2–3
2–Overview of the cooling mode functions 2–25
3–Overview of the heating mode functions 2–37
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1 General Functionality
1.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains information on the functions used to control the system. Understanding these
functions is vital when diagnosing a malfunction that is related to the functional control.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
1.2–Functions of Thermistors: Small Heat Pumps 2–4
1.3–Functions of Thermistors: Large Heat Pumps 2–5
1.4–Operating Modes and Control Modes 2–7
1.5–Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) 2–8
1.6–Switching to Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) 2–10
1.7–Thermostat Control 2–11
1.8–Forced Thermostat OFF 2–13
1.9–HPS and LPS Function 2–14
1.10–Simulated Operation Function 2–15
1.11–Discharge Pipe Temperature Control 2–16
1.12–Gas Shortage Function 2–17
1.13–Crankcase Heater Control (R(Y)P200-250B Only) 2–18
1.14–Drain Pump Control 2–19
1.15–Fan and Flap Operations 2–21
1.16–Auto-Restart Function 2–22
1.17–Using Conditions for Remote Control Thermostat 2–23
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1.2 Functions of Thermistors: Small Heat Pumps
Locating the
thermistors
The thermistors on the illustration below are used to control the system. This control secures a proper
operation and prevents problems of the unit.
Functions of the
thermistors
The table below contains the functions of the small h/p.
1
2
3
4
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Ther-
mistor
Location
Wiring
symbol
Mode Function
1 Indoor heat
exchanger
R2T Cooling Freeze-up thermostat
Heating ■ Hot start indoor fan
■ Peak cut-off
2 Indoor air
return
R1T Cooling Thermostat control
Heating Thermostat control
3 Outdoor heat
exchanger
R2T Cooling Not used
Heating ■ Frost prevention and overload prevention
■ Defrost initiation and termination
4 Outdoor air
return
R1T Cooling Low ambient control
Heating ■ Frost prevention
■ Defrost initiation
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1.3 Functions of Thermistors: Large Heat Pumps
Locating the
thermistors
The thermistors on the illustration below are used to control the system. This control secures a proper
operation and prevents problems of the unit.
Functions of the
thermistors
The table below contains the thermistor functions of the large h/p.
p <
p >
1
2
5
3
4
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Ther-
mistor
Location
Wiring
symbol
Mode Function
1 Indoor
heat
exchanger
R2T Cooling ■ Optimise discharge temp. (evap. temp.)
■ Freeze-up thermostat
Heating ■ Optimise discharge temp. (cond. temp.)
■ Integral capacity calculation (to determine
defrost)
■ Hot start indoor fan
■ Peak cut-off
■ Outdoor unit fan control
2 Indoor air
return
R1T Cooling ■ Thermostat control
■ Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor
unit fan
■ Outdoor fan speed control
Heating ■ Thermostat control
■ Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor
unit fan
■ Integral capacity calculation (to determine
defrost)
■ Peak cut-off
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3 Outdoor
heat
exchanger
R2T Cooling ■ Optimise discharge temp. (cond. temp.)
■ Integral capacity calculation (to determine
freeze-up)
Heating ■ Optimise discharge temp. (evap. temp.)
■ Defrost start/stop
4 Outdoor
air return
R1T Cooling ■ Outdoor fan speed control
■ Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor
unit fan
■ Integral capacity calculation (to determine
freeze-up)
Heating ■ Integral capacity calculation (to determine
defrost)
■ Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor
unit fan
5 Discharge
pipe com-
pressor
R3T Cooling ■ Cooling overload
■ Check refrigerant shortage/too much refrigerant
■ Expansion valve control
Heating ■ Heating overload
■ Check refrigerant shortage/too much refrigerant
■ Expansion valve control
Ther-
mistor
Location
Wiring
symbol
Mode Function
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1.4 Operating Modes and Control Modes
Operating modes The two operating modes are:
■ Normal operating mode
■ Forced operating mode.
Control modes The table below contains the different control modes of the Sky Air B-series air conditioners.
Operating mode Control mode
Normal operating mode Cooling
Dry keep
Heating
Defrosting (automatic)
Pump down
Stop mode
Forced operating mode Forced cooling
Forced heating
Forced defrosting
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1.5 Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation)
Applicable units The forced operating mode is applicable for the following units:
Purpose The table below describes the purpose of the forced operating mode.
Starting conditions You can operate the system manually by changing the emergency switch on the indoor and outdoor
PCB from “normal” to “emergency”. However, when in emergency operation, the equipment cannot
control the temperature.
Make sure to set both indoor and outdoor unit to emergency. See page 2–10.
Ending conditions You can end the emergency operation by changing the emergency switch back to “normal” while the
power is OFF.
Emergency
operation
The table below describes what happens when you change the emergency switch to “emergency”.
Model type For this unit, you can go to...
RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 ■ Forced cooling mode
■ Capacity control
RP71-250B Forced cooling mode
RYP71-250B ■ Forced cooling mode
■ Forced heating mode
If... Then...
■ Remocon is malfunctioning, or
■ Indoor PCB is off line, or
■ Outdoor PCB is off line
Forced operating mode can be used to go to cooling or heat-
ing. In forced operating mode, the compressor is forced to
operate until the malfunctioning indoor or outdoor PCB is
back online.
Changing the emergency switch to
“emergency” for the...
Switches ON...
Indoor unit ■ Indoor fan
■ Drain pump
Outdoor unit ■ Compressor
■ Outdoor fan(s)
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Time chart The time chart below illustrates emergency operation.
■ In cooling, the unit runs for 20 min and then stops for 10 min in order to avoid freeze-up of the
indoor coil.
■ During emergency operation, do not attempt to operate the equipment from the remote control. The
remote control shows 88 while the emergency operation is active on the indoor unit.
Active components The table below shows when the most important components are active in the different forced
operating modes.
Additional info To avoid misunderstandings, take the following into account:
■ If the PCB or the motorized valve is malfunctioning, emergency operation cannot be carried out.
■ No signal is transmitted between the indoor and outdoor units and remocon.
■ If a safety device should be activated during emergency operation, all actuators are turned OFF.
■ “Heat” cannot be set for c/o air conditioners.
■ Emergency operation uses (and switches ON) both indoor and outdoor control PCBs. The outdoor
control PCB determines the changeover.
■ In heating, defrosting is activated once every hour.
Power supply
Motorized valve
4-way valve
Compressor
Solenoid valve
Fully closed
10 s
60 s
Outdoor unit fan
Component Forced cooling Forced heating Forced defrosting
Compressor ON ON ON
4-way valve ■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1: ON
■ RYP71-250B: OFF
■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1: OFF
■ RYP71-250B: ON
■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1: ON
■ RYP71-250B: OFF
Outdoor unit fan H fan speed H fan speed OFF
Indoor unit fan H fan speed H fan speed H fan speed
Drain pump ON OFF ON
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1.6 Switching to Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation)
Before switching Before moving the switches to emergency operation, make sure to turn OFF the power firstly.
During emergency operation, do not attempt to operate the equipment from the remote control. The
remote control displays 88 while the emergency operation is active on the indoor unit.
Switching To switch to forced operating mode, proceed as follows:
Before switching
back
Before moving the switches back to normal operating mode, make sure to turn OFF the power firstly.
Step Action
1 Turn OFF the power.
2 Switch ON the emergency switch (SS1) on the indoor PCB.
3 Switch ON the emergency switch on the outdoor PCB.
Switch 2 is not applicable for the c/o units.
4 Switch the emergency switch on the outdoor PCB to the forced mode you prefer.
Switch 2 is not applicable for the c/o units.
5 Turn ON the power.
(SS1)
normal
emergency
ON COOL
OFF HEAT
ON
1 2
ON COOL
OFF HEAT
ON
1 2
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1.7 Thermostat Control
Applicable units All units
Purpose The purpose of thermostat control is to control the compressor operation, by sensing the suction air.
Preventing
thermostat OFF
conditions
The thermostat control prevents the thermostat from turning OFF in the following conditions:
■ Initial operation for the first 2.5 min, or
■ Defrosting, or
■ Forced operating mode.
ΔTr The table below shows how to calculate ?Tr.
Time chart The time chart below illustrates the thermostat control.
Thermostat The table below describes when the thermostat turns ON and OFF.
In... ⌬Tr = Remark
Cooling Tr - Ts ■ Tr = indoor unit suction air temp.
■ Ts = temp. set by the remote control
Heating Ts - Tr
Thermostat
ON
OFF
⌬Tr
0 K
1 K
When... Then the thermostat turns...
■ ⌬Tr ≥ 1 K
■ Guard timer of the compressor has counted down (3 min)
ON
■ ⌬Tr ≤ 0 K
■ Thermostat is ON for min. 2 min
OFF
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Preset temp. range The table below illustrates the preset temperature range.
25
M L H
(19) (21) (22) (23) (25)
25
-2˚C
+2˚C
+1˚C
-1˚C
25
25
25
25
25
25
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
A
Cooling
Automatic
change-
over
Heating
Cooling
Setting
Display
Display
Setting
Remote
control
Heating
Wireless
Heating
Cooling
Thermostat
ON/OFF
Cool/heat
selection
Wired
Initial setting
(When the display is “25” or “H”)
Automatic cooling
Automatic heating
Thermostat OFF
Thermostat ON
Thermostat ON
Thermostat OFF
Example
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1.8 Forced Thermostat OFF
Applicable units All indoor units
Purpose The outdoor unit independently turns its thermostat OFF by means of control other than thermostat
OFF commands from the indoor unit.
Method The table below contains the different conditions for which the thermostat is turned OFF by the outdoor
unit.
Used input The forced thermostat OFF control uses the following inputs:
Thermostat OFF
control
Indicator Starting conditions Result Reset
Freeze-up function: See page 2–27.
Cooling overload
Only for
R(Y)P71-250B
Outdoor heat
exchanger
temperature Tc
Tc > 63°C for 90 s contin-
uously
(min. 60 - max. 66°C for
practice function)
The thermo-
stat is
turned OFF.
Next start,
initial open-
ing E.V.:
+ 70 pulses
(cooling)
+ 80 pulses
(heating)
Remocon
OFF
Heating overload
(peak cut-off)
Indoor heat
exchanger
temperature Tc
Tc > 62.5°C for 30 s con-
tinuously
(min. 59.5 - max. 65.5°C
for practice function)
Discharge pipe
high temperature
Only for
R(Y)P71-250B
Discharge pipe
temperature T2
Td > 125°C for 20 s con-
tinuously
Td disconnection
Only for
R(Y)P71-250B
Discharge pipe
thermistor T2
Td is determined to be
disconnected from the
piping 5 min after the
compressor starts.
Td < 55°C
Td < Ta + 10°C
ΔTd ≤ 5 K
Retry 6 x
until
final error
“F3”
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor — R2T
Indoor heat exchanger thermistor R2T —
Discharge pipe thermistor — R3T
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1.9 HPS and LPS Function
Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B
Purpose HPS (High-Pressure Switch)
If the pressure at the discharge side of the compressor becomes abnormally high, the HPS stops the
unit automatically in order to prevent it from breaking down.
LPS (Low-Pressure Switch)
If the pressure at the suction side of the compressor becomes abnormally low, the LPS stops the unit
automatically in order to prevent it from breaking down.
Method The table below describes what happens in case of HPS or LPS activation.
Used input The HPS and LPS detection function uses the following inputs:
If the... is activated Then... Remark
HPS The compressor stops and
stands by for 3 min.
If this is activated an additional 6 times
from the first detection and before it is
turned OFF by the remote control,
the operation stops due to malfunction.
LPS The compressor stops and
stands by for 3 min.
However, depending on the
operating conditions, the com-
pressor may not turn OFF.
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
High-pressure switch — X9A
Low-pressure switch — X10A
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1.10 Simulated Operation Function
Applicable units ■ R(Y)P71-250B
■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1
Purpose The purpose of the simulated operation function is to avoid the unit from stopping if the heat exchanger
thermistor or air thermistor is malfunctioning.
Method If the air thermistor (for all models listed) or the heat exchanger thermistor is malfunctioning (out of its
normal range), simulated operation is carried out while malfunction is displayed on the remote control.
If the air or heat exchanger thermistor becomes normal again, the simulated operation function is
interrupted and the normal operation restarts. The malfunctioning error disappears.
Used input The simulated operation function uses the following inputs:
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor air thermistor — R1T-X4A
Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor — R2T-X5A
Indoor air thermistor R1T-X19A —
Indoor heat exchanger thermistor R2T-X18A —
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1.11 Discharge Pipe Temperature Control
Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B
Purpose The purpose of the discharge pipe temperature control is to prevent a discharge pipe temperature that
is too high or too low.
Low temp.
starting conditions
The table below contains the low temperature conditions to start the discharge pipe temperature
control.
High temp.
starting conditions
The table below contains the high temperature conditions to start the discharge pipe temperature
control.
Used input The discharge pipe temperature control uses the following inputs:
Function Description Starting conditions
F3-error occurs if
the conditions...
Wet operation Prevents liquid suction to
the compressor.
■ Change in E.V. opening
< 50 pulses
■ Td < Tc + 10°C
Are met for 15 min
continuously.
Thermistor
out
Detects if the discharge
thermistor is not in the cor-
rect position.
■ Td < 55°C
■ After start-up + 5 min:
- ΔTd ≤ 5 K
- Td < Ta + 10°C
Are repeated 6
times.
Function / description Starting conditions
F3-error occurs if
the conditions...
Detects too high discharge gas
temperatures.
Td ≥ 125°C for 20 s continuously Are repeated 6
times.
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor discharge thermistor — R3T-X6A
Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor — R2T-X5A
Indoor heat exchanger thermistor R2T-X18A —
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1.12 Gas Shortage Function
Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B
Purpose The purpose of the gas shortage function is to detect refrigerant shortage before the unit stops due to
a discharge temperature that is too high.
Method When the thermostat is turned OFF due to a discharge pipe temperature that is too high and the E.V.
opening is 450 pulses or more, the gas shortage error is activated. However, operation does not stop
due to gas shortage.
To check the gas shortage error (U0), see page 3–54.
Used input The gas shortage function uses the following inputs:
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor discharge thermistor — R3T-X6A
Outdoor expansion valve — Y1E-X24A
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1.13 Crankcase Heater Control (R(Y)P200-250B Only)
Applicable units R(Y)P200-250B
Purpose The purpose of the crankcase heater control is to prevent refrigerant from remaining in the compressor
by heating the crankcase heater of the compressor.
Method Check the discharge temperature of the compressor during an OFF-cycle.
Starting and ending
conditions
The table below describes the starting and ending conditions.
If... And Then the crankcase heater is...
Compressor OFF (K1M not energized) Td < 70°C ON
Td > 75°C OFF
Compressor ON (K1M energized) —
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1.14 Drain Pump Control
Applicable units The drain pump control is applicable for the following units:
Purpose The purpose of the drain pump control is to control the water draining from the drain pan.
Starting conditions The drain pump control starts the drain pump when one of the following conditions is fulfilled:
■ The cooling operation is activated, or
■ The level in the drain pan becomes abnormally high, or
■ Freeze-up prevention is detected in cooling operation.
Method The float switch opens because an abnormal drain level is detected in the drain pan.
The table below describes the activation at open float switch.
Used input The drain pump control uses the following inputs:
Model type Model name
Cassette FHYCP (standard) and FUYP (standard)
Duct FHYBP (standard) and FDYP (optional)
Corner FHYKP (standard)
Ceiling FHYP (optional)
Situation Activation at open float switch
Thermostat ON 1. The thermostat is immediately turned OFF.
2. The drain pump continues to operate for minimum 10 min.
3. If the float switch closes again within 80 s, cooling can
restart after the 10 min recovery.
Thermostat OFF 1. The thermostat stays forced OFF.
2. The drain pump starts to operate for minimum 10 min.
3. If the float switch closes again within 80 s, cooling can
restart after the 10 min recovery.
Float switch opens each time the
drain pump stops.
After five retrials the error code “AF” flashes on the remote
control.
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Float switch (33H) X15A —
Magnetic relay drain pump (RyP) X25A —
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Detection system All applicable units use a drain pan water level detection system of the float type.
Float type: During
start-up
The time chart below illustrates the drain pump control during start-up.
Float type: During
operation (compr.
ON)
The time chart below illustrates the drain pump control during start-up.
5 min 5 min 5 s
1 min 20
Water level
abnormality
Normal
ON
OFF
Float switch
Compressor
Drain pump
Error processing
Abnormal
Normal
ON
OFF
5 min 5 min 5 s
Water level
abnormality
Normal
ON
OFF
Float switch
Compressor
Drain pump
Error processing
Abnormal
Normal
ON
OFF
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1.15 Fan and Flap Operations
Heating operation The table below contains the fan and flap operations.
Cooling operation The table below contains the fan and flap operations.
Function In... Fan
Flap (FHYCP, FHYKP
and FHYP)
Flap (FAYP)
Remote control
indication
Hot start after defrost Swing operation OFF Horizontal Horizontal Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Set position
Defrost Swing operation Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Set position
Thermostat OFF Swing operation LL Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Set position
Hot start after thermo-
stat OFF (cold air pre-
vention)
Swing operation Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Set position
Stop (error) Swing operation OFF Fully closed
(horizontal)

Airflow direction
setting
Fully closed
Overload thermostat
OFF
Swing operation LL Horizontal Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Set position
Function In... Fan
Flap (FHYCP, FHYKP
and FHYP)
Flap (FAYP)
Remote control
indication
Thermostat ON
(microcomputer con-
trolled dry keep mode)
Swing operation L Swing Swing Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Setting Setting Set position
Thermostat OFF
(microcomputer con-
trolled dry keep mode)
Swing operation OFF Horizontal Horizontal Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Setting Setting Set position
Thermostat OFF
(cooling)
Swing operation Setting Horizontal Horizontal Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Setting Setting Set position
Stop (error) Swing operation OFF Horizontal Downward
(horizontal)

Airflow direction
setting
Setting Downward
Freeze-up prevention
in microcomputer con-
trolled dry keep mode
(including cooling oper-
ation)
Swing operation L Horizontal Horizontal Swing
Airflow direction
setting
Setting Setting Set position
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1.16 Auto-Restart Function
Applicable units All units
Purpose The purpose of the auto-restart function is to resume the same operating mode after the power was
turned OFF as when the unit was operating.
Turning OFF power When you have to turn OFF the power supply in order to carry out maintenance, make sure to turn the
remote control’s ON/OFF switch OFF firstly.
If you turn OFF the power supply while the remote control’s ON/OFF switch is still ON, the “auto-restart
function” automatically starts the indoor fan immediately or the outdoor unit fan starts automatically
3 min after the power supply is turned back ON.
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1.17 Using Conditions for Remote Control Thermostat
Applicable units All units
Wired remote
controls
The remote control thermostat is only available in wired remote controls.
Conditions in which
the rem. contr.
thermostat is not
used
Even when the “use remote control thermostat” is selected in service mode, the remote control
thermostat is not always used.
The table below contains the conditions in which the remote control thermostat is not used.
Cooling The diagram below shows the operation range of the set temperature/air suction temperature
combination.
Heating The diagram below shows the operation range of the set temperature/air suction temperature
combination.
Condition
The remote control thermostat is not
used when...
Except...
1 The remote control thermostat malfunctions. —
2 The “one remote control group control” is
selected.
For simultaneous ON/OFF operation.
3 The set temp./air suction temp. combination
is out of range. See further in this section.
When the automatic operation is
selected. If so, the remote control
can be used.
Remote control thermostat
operation range
Differential zone
th: Suction air temp.
(°C)
ts: Set temp.
(°C)
Remote control thermostat
operation range
Differential zone
th: Suction air temp.
(°C)
ts: Set temp.
(°C)
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Part 2
2 Overview of the cooling mode functions
2.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains information on the functions used to control the system when the system is in
cooling mode. Understanding these functions is vital when diagnosing a malfunction that is related to
the functional control.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
2.2–Dry Keep Mode 2–26
2.3–Freeze-Up Function in Cooling or Dry Keep 2–27
2.4–Outdoor Fan Starting Control in Cooling or Dry Keep Mode 2–30
2.5–Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Cooling Operation 2–32
2.6–Low Outside Temperature Control in Cooling Operation (Year Round Cooling) 2–33
2.7–High Pressure Protection Control in Cooling Operation 2–34
2.8–Condensation Avoidance Control 2–35
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2.2 Dry Keep Mode
Applicable units All units
Purpose The purpose of the dry keep mode is to remove humidity while maintaining the room temperature.
Method The points of thermostat ON or OFF are determined according to the suction air temperature at
start-up of the unit operation. The set temperature and flow rate are not displayed on the remote
control.
Thermostat When dry keep is selected on the remote control, the unit detects the ambient temperature. This
ambient temperature is then the setpoint. The thermostat is turned OFF when the air return
temperature drops below this setpoint. The thermostat is turned ON in one of the following conditions:
Operation condition The table below describes the operation condition.
Used input The dry keep function uses the following inputs:
Operation start-up
(Differential)
S
u
c
t
i
o
n

a
i
r

t
e
m
p
.
Thermostat
ON
Thermostat
OFF
ΔTr
Suction air temperature Thermostat ON ΔTr
Tr ≥ 24°C Tr 1.5°C
18°C ≤ Tr < 24°C Tr 1.0°C
Tr < 18°C 18°C
Compressor condition ON OFF
Fan speed L OFF
Flap angle Set angle PoO
Air flow direction set with
remote control
Setting indication
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
indoor air temperature R1T X19A —
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2.3 Freeze-Up Function in Cooling or Dry Keep
Applicable units ■ R(Y)P71-250B
■ FHYCP, FHYBP, FDYP, FUYP, FAYP and FHYKP
Starting conditions In order to avoid formation of ice on the indoor heat exchanger in cooling and dry mode, the system
automatically starts up a freeze-up cycle when a number of specific conditions are fulfilled.
Starting conditions 1
■ The compressor has been running for less than A min.
■ The integral cooling capacity decreases for 200 s continuously (see integral capacity calculation
further in this section).
■ Te < -1°C for 1 min continuously (0°C for FAY indoor units).
Starting conditions 2 (FAYP indoor units)
■ The compressor has been running for more than A min.
■ The integral cooling capacity decreases for B s continuously and Te < F°C for 1 min continuously
(see integral capacity calculation further in this section), or
Te < -1°C for 1 min continuously.
Starting conditions 2 (not-FAYP indoor units)
■ The compressor has been running for more than A min.
■ The integral cooling capacity decreases for B s continuously (see integral capacity calculation
further in this section).
■ Te < C°C for 1 min continuously.
Starting condition 3
■ Te < D°C for E min accumulated.
Starting conditions 4
■ The compressor has been running for more than 1 min continuously while Te ≤ -5°C.
■ Compressor ON → OFF.
Starting conditions 5
■ The compressor has been running for more than 8 min continuously while
the outdoor ambient temp. < -2.9 x room temp. + 79°C.
■ The compressor has been running for more than 8 min continuously while Te < -5°C for 1 min
continuously.
A, B, C, D, E and F The table below contains the values of A, B, C, D, E and F in function of the DIP switch settings on the
outdoor PCB.
Mode
DIP switch
A B C D E F
2-3 2-4
0 OFF OFF 20 min 100 s -1°C -1°C 25 min 0°C
1 ON
2 OFF ON 8 min 0 s 0°C +1°C 15 min
3 ON 5 min +2°C +3°C +2°C
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Integral capacity The illustration below shows the integral capacity in function of the compressor running time.
Mode 0 Intelligent control mode
When the DIP switches are in mode 0, “intelligent freeze-up prevention control” determines the
freeze-up activation. The outdoor unit can determine the freeze-up activation.
Mode 1 Disabled intelligent control mode
The table below contains the freeze-up conditions, these are the same as for the Sky Air G- and
K-series.
Mode 2 Added countermeasure to avoid ice/water blow out during freeze-up cycle.
Mode 2 enables the possibility to start a freeze-up activation decision by the outdoor unit, but with more
severe conditions than in mode 0.
Mode 3 Mode 3 is used in case mode 2 is insufficient as countermeasure.
Integral
capacity
Cooling or dry keep Freeze-up operation
Diminishing
integral capacity
Max. integral
capacity value
Compr. ON time
Condition
(OR)
Evap. temp. Timers Remarks
1 -1°C 40 min compressor accumu-
lated time

2 -3°C Te ≤ -3°C for 1 min continu-
ously after minimum 8 min of
operation
Only for FHYP
3 -5°C Te ≤ -5°C for 1 min continu-
ously after minimum 8 min of
operation
For indoor units other than FHYP
Model Used in case of...
FAY Reverse angle installation for water drain flow.
4-way cassette 2- or 3-way air outlet.
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Ending condition The table below contains the freeze-up operation ending conditions.
Heating operation
during freeze-up
Heating operation activation during freeze-up activation is possible.
In case of... The freeze-up operation is ended when...
Mode 0, 2 or 3 Te > +10°C for 10 min continuously
Mode 1 Te > +7°C for 10 min continuously
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2.4 Outdoor Fan Starting Control in Cooling or Dry Keep Mode
Applicable units ■ R(Y)P71-250B
■ R35-45EZ7V11
■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1
Purpose The purpose is to avoid that the discharge pressure would start to rise, and stop the unit.
Unit specifications:
R35-45EZ7V11 and
RY35-45E(A)Z7V1
■ R35-45EZ7V11 has a mechanical thermostat.
■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 has an air thermistor and a low-high speed shift.
Method:
R35-45EZ7V11 and
RY35-45E(A)Z7V1
When the compressor starts, the fan keeps running at starting fan speed (no delay). The fan speed
depends on the ambient temperature. The different fan speeds for the according outdoor air
temperatures are shown in the table below.
Method:
R(Y)P71-250B
When the compressor starts, the fan keeps running for 3 min at starting fan speed. The starting fan
speed depends on the ambient temperature. The different fan speeds for the according outdoor air
temperatures are shown in the table below.
Fan speed for
Ta < 3°C:
R(Y)P71-250B
This fan starting control is made to be able to build up the compression ratio as soon as possible
because this has two advantages:
■ It is better for the compressor to increase the compression ratio because the lubrication must be
done by the pressure difference between low and high pressure.
■ The pressure difference is necessary for the h/p models to keep the 4-way valve in its correct
position.
Operating mode Outdoor air temperature Ta Starting fan speed
Cooling mode, dry keep mode Ta > 20°C H speed
Ta < 17°C L speed
Operating mode
Outdoor air temp.
Ta
Starting fan speed
See further in this
section...
Cooling mode,
dry keep mode
Ta < 3°C ■ When the compressor is
ON for the first 20 s:
Fan speed = OFF
■ After 20 s:
Fan speed = L speed
Fan speed for
Ta < 3°C:
R(Y)P71-250B
3°C ≤ Ta < 10°C L speed Different fan speeds
10°C ≤ Ta < 23°C H speed
Ta ≥ 23°C HH speed
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Different fan
speeds
The table below explains the meaning of L, H and HH fan speed.
L-tap starting
compensation
When the outdoor fan is operated from OFF to L-tap, the fan motor does not turn, because of lack of
starting torque. To avoid this, the fan motor operates at H-tap for the first 5 s after start-up, before
changing to L-tap.
Used input The fan starting control in cooling or dry keep mode uses the following inputs:
Fan operation
71 100 and 125 200 and 250
1 fan
Upper fan
(MF1)
Lower fan
(MF2)
Fan 1 Fan 2
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
L L L L H OFF
H H H H H H
HH HH HH HH H H
5 s
H
L
OFF
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor air temperature R1T — X4A
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2.5 Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Cooling Operation
Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B
Purpose The purpose of this normal outdoor fan control is to ensure a correct discharge pressure in function of
the outdoor air and indoor room temperature.
Method The table below shows in which conditions the outdoor fan works at low or high speed.
Ta = ambient temperature = outdoor air temperature; Tr = room suction temperature.
Different fan
speeds
The table below explains the meaning of L, H and HH fan speed.
Used input The normal outdoor fan control during cooling operation uses the following inputs:
Condition Fan Speed
Ta < 41.7 - 0.84 x Tr L
Ta > 45.7 - 0.84 x Tr H
Fan operation
71 100 and 125 200 and 250
1 fan
Upper fan
(MF1)
Lower fan
(MF2)
Fan 1 Fan 2
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
L L L L H OFF
H H H H H H
HH HH HH HH H H
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Indoor room temperature R1T X19A —
Outdoor air temperature R1T — X4A
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2.6 Low Outside Temperature Control in Cooling Operation
(Year Round Cooling)
Applicable units R(Y)P71-250
Purpose The purpose of the control is to prevent freezing of the indoor heat exchanger due to:
■ Drop of the low pressure
■ Indoor heat exchanger temperature (Te).
Method The method to control is reduction of the air flow volume of the outdoor unit fan.
Starting and ending
conditions
■ The control is not activated during start-up control.
■ The control is activated when the outdoor temperature drops below (41.7 - 0.84 x room suction
temperature). At this temperature, the outdoor fan speed switches to L-tap.
■ The differential for the return condition is 4 K.
Outside air
temp. (Ta)
(°CDB)
Indoor suction
air temp. (Tr)
(°CDB)
L tap range
H tap range
Ta < 45.7 - 0.84 x Tr
Ta > 41.7 - 0.84 x Tr
(H tap return condition)
(L tap condition)
21 37
-5
46
24
28
11
15
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2.7 High Pressure Protection Control in Cooling Operation
Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B
Purpose The purpose of the high pressure protection is to prevent a shutdown due to an error.
Method The thermostat turns OFF immediately before HPS activation according to the outdoor heat exchanger
temperature (Tc).
Outd. unit
heat exchanger
temp. (Tc)
Thermostat control
HPS retry
6th time: E3-error
Thermostat OFF
after 90 s
continuously
Max.
Min.
The temp. shifts:
+1°C for each therm. OFF operation
-1°C for each HPS activation
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2.8 Condensation Avoidance Control
Applicable units FHYP
Operating modes Regardless of whether the thermostat is ON or OFF, the condensation avoidance control can function
in the following operating modes:
■ Cooling (automatic), or
■ Dry keep.
Method To avoid condensation on the swing flap, the condensation avoidance control is activated:
Stage Description
1 The fan operates in cooling mode with the blade in downward position (set on the remote
control).
2 After 30 min, the blade moves to a horizontal position. However, the remote control still
shows the downward position.
3 After 1 h operation in horizontal position, the blade moves back to its downward position
for 30 min.
4 The unit operation is reset by:
■ Changing the operating mode into “heating” or “fan”, or
■ Changing the air flow direction, or
■ Turning the unit operation ON or OFF.
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3.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains information on the functions used to control the system during heating mode.
Understanding these functions is vital when diagnosing a malfunction that is related to the functional
control. This chapter is only applicable to h/p units.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
3.2–Defrost Control 2–38
3.3–Draft Avoidance Control 1 2–41
3.4–Draft Avoidance Control 2 2–43
3.5–Outdoor Unit Identification Function 2–44
3.6–4-way Valve Control 2–45
3.7–Starting Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode 2–46
3.8–Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode 2–47
3.9–Motor Operated Valve Control 2–49
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3.2 Defrost Control
Applicable units ■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1
■ RYP71-250B
Purpose The purpose of the defrost control is to prevent frost on the outdoor heat exchanger coil. This frost
forms when the unit is in heating position.
Starting conditions:
RYP71-250B
The defrosting starts when either condition 1 or 2 has been realized.
Heating integral
capacity
The integral heating capacity is calculated by using the indoor unit data (R2T - R1T) divided by the
compressor running time.
Condition 1 Condition 2
The compressor has been running for a total of 25 min since the start of heating or since the end
of the previous defrosting.
■ Outdoor heat exchanger temp. ≤ -3°C, and
■ Outdoor heat exchanger temp. ≤ 0.4 x Ta - 5°C
■ Compressor ON ≥ 5 min continuously, and
integral heating capacity diminishes (see
further in this section), or
■ Ta > -5°C for 3 h accumulated
(if DS1-2 is ON, 40 min;
if DS2-1 is ON, 24 h), or
■ Ta ≤ -5°C for 6 h accumulated
Above condition for 10 min accumulated.
Outdoor fan is ON (not in overload control) Outdoor fan is OFF (overload control)
-15 -10 -5
-5
-1
-3
-7
-9
0 5
Outdoor heat exchanger
temp. (Tc) (°CDB)
Outside air
temp. (°CDB)
Defrost activation range
Integral
capacity
Compr. ON time
Heating Defrosting
Diminishing
integral capacity
Max. integral
capacity value
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Defrost control
RYP71-250B
The illustration below shows the defrost control.
Defrost ending
RYP71-250B
The defrost operation ends:
■ After 10 min, or
■ As soon as one of the following conditions is met after 1 min or more:
- Outdoor heat exchanger temp. ≥ 10°C
- Discharge pipe temp. > 120°C.
Note Control and time Description
1 Motorized valve control
during defrost operation
After a defrost activation, the defrost motorized valve is at
480 pulses for a certain amount of time, and is then closed
gradually to 100 pulses.
Only when the discharge pipe temperature is high during
defrost, the motorized valve opens at intervals.
2 Motorized valve control
after defrost operation
The motorized valve is controlled to an optimum opening
and the most suitable operating speed, according to the
operating conditions at defrost activation.
3 Outdoor unit fan
after defrost operation
The fan operates at optimum fan tap, according to the oper-
ating conditions at defrost activation.
4 Hot start after defrost The unit remains in the hot start standby (indoor unit fan
OFF) mode for:
■ 40 s after defrost ending, or
■ Until the indoor heat exchanger temperature increases.
10˚C
480
400
300
200
100
Defrosting start Defrosting ending
Outd. unit heat
exchager temp. (Tc)
Compressor
4-way valve
Motorized valve
Outd. unit fan
Ind. unit fan
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Note 4
Note 3
Note 1
Note 2
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Starting and ending
conditions:
RY35-45E(A)Z7V1
Starting conditions
The defrosting starts when all of the following conditions are fulfilled:
■ The compressor has been running over 40 min
■ If Ta ≥ 5°C, outdoor heat exchanger temperature < -3°C
■ Outdoor heat exchanger temperature < (Ta x 0,4) - 5°C.
Ending conditions
The defrosting stops when one of the following conditions is fulfilled:
■ Defrosting has been running over 10 min, or
■ Outdoor heat exchanger temperature > 12.5°C, or
■ High-pressure switch has been activated, or
■ Indoor unit has been switched OFF, or
■ Unit is in another mode than heating.
Hot start after
defrosting
The hot start function is activated:
■ 40 s after the defrosting ending, or
■ When Tc > 34°C (indoor heat exchanger temperature).
Used input The defrost control uses the following inputs:
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor thermistor — R1T
Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor — R2T
Discharge pipe thermistor — R3T
Defrosting start temperature changeover switch — DS1-2
Defrosting forced time changeover switch — DS2-1
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3.3 Draft Avoidance Control 1
Applicable units The draft avoidance control 1 is applicable for the following units:
Purpose The purpose of the draft avoidance control 1 is to avoid draft, which is very uncomfortable for the end
users.
Method The draft avoidance control 1 delays the moving of the flap setting to the Po0 position (= upper) for a
certain amount of time in the following conditions:
■ In heating mode and thermostat OFF, or
■ In defrosting.
Heating mode and
thermostat OFF
The time chart below illustrates the draft avoidance control 1 in heating mode and thermostat OFF.
Defrosting The time chart below illustrates the draft avoidance control 1 in defrosting.
Model type Model name
Cassette FHYCP and FUYP
Corner FHYKP
Ceiling FUYP
Wall FAYP
When the flap starts to move, there can be
a draft. The fan speed decreases to LL
speed but it takes some time because of
its inertia.
Fan
Flap
Thermostat
Setting
LL
Setting
Po0
ON
OFF
Flap motor starts
to drive the flap.
20 s
Flap moves from
setting position to Po0
Po0
When the flap starts to move, there can be
a draft. The fan speed decreases to LL
speed but it takes some time because of
its inertia. Fan
Flap
Defrosting
Setting
Off
Setting
Po0
Yes
No
Flap motor starts
to drive the flap.
20 s
Flap moves from
setting position to Po0
Po0
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Used inputs The draft avoidance control 1 uses the following inputs:
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Limit switch for flap 33S —
No. of fan turns X26A —
Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor (start and end
defrosting)
— R2T
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3.4 Draft Avoidance Control 2
Applicable units The draft avoidance control 2 is applicable for the following units:
Purpose The purpose of the draft avoidance control 2 is to avoid draft when the flap is moving.
Starting conditions The draft avoidance control 2 is activated when:
■ Hot start is finished, or
■ Cold air prevention control is finished.
Time chart If the fan speed is set to “H”, the fan turns at low speed for a certain amount of time.
Used input Draft avoidance control 2 uses the following inputs:
Model type Model name
Cassette FHYCP and FUYP
Corner FHYKP
Ceiling FUYP
Wall FAYP
Fan
Flap
Hot start,
cold air prevention
Setting
OFF/LL
L
H
Po0
Finished
T
T =
24 s (50Hz)
5 s (FH(Y)CP and FH(Y)KP)
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Limit switch for flap 33S —
No. of fan turns X26A —
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3.5 Outdoor Unit Identification Function
Applicable units The outdoor unit identification function is applicable for the following units:
Purpose The purpose of the outdoor unit identification function is to enable the indoor unit to automatically
determine which operating mode has to be set in function of the outdoor unit type (c/o or h/p).
Operating modes The possible operating modes are:
Used input The outdoor unit identification function uses the following inputs:
TC: Transmission circuit
RC: Receiving circuit
Model type Model name
Cassette FHYCP and FUYP
Corner FHYKP
Ceiling FUYP
Wall FAYP
Duct FDYP and FHYBP
Outdoor unit Operating modes
h/p ■ Fan
■ Cooling
■ Dry keep
■ Heating
c/o ■ Fan
■ Cooling
■ Dry keep
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Indoor PCB TC & RC —
Outdoor PCB — TC &RC
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3.6 4-way Valve Control
Applicable units RYP71-250B
Purpose The purpose of the 4-way valve control is to control how the superheated refrigerant passes through
the 4-way valve. The 4-way valve control carries out the changeover switching of the 4-way valve. This
changeover switching is only carried out during operation, because pressure difference is required to
move the internal cylinder.
Method The table below describes the 4-way valve control operation.
Time chart The time chart below illustrates the 4-way valve control.
Used input The 4-way valve control uses the following inputs:
When... Then the 4-way valve connects the outlet of the compressor with...
Cooling Outdoor heat exchanger.
Heating Indoor heat exchanger.
In... The 4-way valve is...
Heating, except for defrosting ON
■ Cooling
■ Dry keep
■ Defrosting
OFF
Compressor
4-way valve
Defrosting
Unit mode
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Heating
Cooling / dry keep
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Indoor air temperature R1T (auto changeover) X19A —
Outdoor heat exchanger temperature R2T (defrost) — X5A
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3.7 Starting Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode
Applicable units RYP71-250B
Purpose The purpose of the starting outdoor fan control is to control the fan speed in function of the indoor and
outdoor unit air temperature.
Method The illustration below shows the fan starting control in heating mode.
■ LPS is not detected for 3 min after start-up.
■ The starting fan speed lasts 5 min. When the outside temperature is 10°C or lower, the fan speed
stays at H for the first 5 s if it is switched from OFF to L.
Different fan
speeds
The table below explains the meaning of L, H and HH fan speed.
Used input The outdoor fan starting control in heating mode uses the following inputs:
9
4.5
-1
17 24


Outdoor unit air
temperature
Indoor unit air
temperature
Fan operation
71 100 and 125 200 and 250
1 fan
Upper fan
(MF1)
Lower fan
(MF2)
Fan 1 Fan 2
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
L L L L H OFF
H H H H H H
HH HH HH HH H H
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor thermistor — R1T
Suction thermistor R1T —
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3.8 Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode
Applicable units RYP71-250B
Purpose The purpose of the normal outdoor fan control is to:
■ Reduce the chance of overload during high ambient temperature.
■ Reduce the chance of icing up.
Method Normal fan control operation is done after 5 min of starting fan control operation.
The operation range is divided into three areas (A, B and C).
Example For area A, the fans go:
■ From L speed to OFF at 52.3°C
■ From OFF to L speed at 50.3°C.
10 17 24 30
21
9
6
4,5
-1
-10
A
C
B
56.0
62.5
OFF
L OFF L
H
L
L H
H
HH
L
OFF
55.0
54.0
53.0
52.3
50.3
47.3
A B C
Outdoor air
temp. (°CDB)
Indoor air
temp.
(°CDB)
Indoor heat
exchanger
temp.
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Different fan
speeds
The table below explains the meaning of L, H and HH fan speed.
Used input The normal outdoor fan control during heating operation uses the following inputs:
Fan operation
71 100 and 125 200 and 250
1 fan
Upper fan
(MF1)
Lower fan
(MF2)
Fan 1 Fan 2
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
L L L L H OFF
H H H H H H
HH HH HH HH H H
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor thermistor — R1T
Suction thermistor R1T —
Indoor heat exchanger thermistor R2T —
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3.9 Motor Operated Valve Control
Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B
Pump down
residual operation
The unit conducts a pump down residual operation after each compressor stop command. The
purpose of this function is to collect the refrigerant in the liquid receiver in order to prevent refrigerant
from remaining in the indoor heat exchanger.
Start-up control When the compressor starts, a pump down operation is carried out in order to avoid liquid pumping.
The liquid receiver fills up and a minimum refrigerant amount is passed to the compressor. This
minimum refrigerant amount is required to avoid discharge pipe temperatures that are too high.
The opening degree of the expansion valve depends on the start-up number. If the first start-up fails,
the opening degree of the following start-up is adapted by the self-learning function.
Initial opening
degree
The initial opening degree of the outdoor expansion valve depends on the indoor and outdoor air
temperature. The calculation of the opening degree is made at a thermostat ON and at the end of a
defrosting cycle.
Opening degree:
Self-learning
function
When the system was stopped due to abnormal suction or discharge pressure, or due to a discharge
temperature that is too high, the expansion valve control tries to avoid the same breakdown. The
expansion valve increases the previous opening degree with 70 (in cooling mode) or 80 (in heating
mode) pulses at the next start-up.
There are maximum five start-up attempts. When the compressor stops again after the fifth start-up,
something is wrong with the unit and a unit check is necessary. The relevant error code appears on
the remote control.
Compressor
OFF
ON
EV
SV
Thermostat
Refrigerant
recuperation
0
480
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Compressor
OFF
ON
EV
SV
Thermostat
1. Equalisation
2. Start-up control
3. Normal control
1 2 3
0
480
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
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Normal control The optimum discharge pipe temperature is calculated based on:
■ Indoor and outdoor heat exchanger temperature
■ Actual discharge pipe temperature
■ Outdoor ambient temperature.
The expansion valve is controlled in order for the discharge temperature to approach the optimum
temperature.
Used input The motor operated valve control uses the following inputs:
Input
Connection on
indoor PCB
Connection on
outdoor PCB
Outdoor thermistor — R1T
Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor — R2T
Discharge pipe thermistor — R3T
Indoor heat exchanger thermistor R2T —
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What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter See page
1–Troubleshooting 3–3
2–Error Codes: Indoor Units 3–21
3–Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3–33
4–Error Codes: System Malfunctions 3–53
5–Additional Checks for Troubleshooting 3–65
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1 Troubleshooting
1.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction When a problem occurs, you have to check all possible malfunctions. This chapter gives a general idea
of where to look for malfunctions.
Not all repair procedures are described. Some procedures are considered common practice.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
1.2–Overview of General Problems 3–4
1.3–Emergency Operation and Checking with the Wired Remote Control 3–6
1.4–Checking with the Infrared Remote Control Display 3–7
1.5–Troubleshooting with the Indoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control 3–11
1.6–Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: Outdoor
Malfunctions
3–12
1.7–Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: System
Malfunctions
3–13
1.8–Overview of the Indoor Safety Devices 3–14
1.9–Overview of the Outdoor Safety Devices 3–15
1.10–Outdoor Safety Device: Thermal Protector Fan Motor 3–16
1.11–Outdoor Safety Device: Overcurrent Relay Compressor 3–17
1.12–Outdoor Safety Device: Reverse Phase Protector 3–18
1.13–Outdoor Safety Device: High-Pressure Switch 3–19
1.14–Outdoor Safety Device: Low-Pressure Switch 3–20
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1.2 Overview of General Problems
Introduction The general problems are:
■ None of the indoor units operates
■ Equipment operates but stops sometimes
■ Some indoor units do not operate (twin / triple)
■ Equipment operates but is not able to cool
■ Abnormal operating noise and vibrations
■ Equipment does not operate (operation light OFF)
■ Poor cooling or heating
■ Operation stops suddenly (operation light flashes)
■ Abnormal functioning.
None of the indoor
units operates
To troubleshoot, check the following:
■ Make sure the rated voltage is supplied.
■ Make sure the indoor unit type is compatible with the outdoor unit.
■ Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs. See page 3–11.
■ Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. See page 3–12 and 3–13.
■ Make sure the address for the remote control and indoor unit are set correctly. See page 4–5.
Equipment
operates but stops
sometimes
To troubleshoot, check the following:
■ A power failure of 2 to 10 sine wave cycles can stop air conditioner operation.
■ Cooling operation cannot be used when the outside temperature is below 0°C.
■ Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs. See page 3–11.
■ Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. See page 3–12 and 3–13.
Some indoor units
do not operate
(twin / triple)
To troubleshoot, check the following:
■ Make sure the indoor unit type is compatible with the outdoor unit.
■ Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs. See page 3–11.
■ Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. See page 3–12 and 3–13.
Equipment
operates but is not
able to cool
To troubleshoot, check the following:
■ Make sure the thermistor has not disconnected from the pipe holder.
■ Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs. See page 3–11.
■ Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. See page 3–12 and 3–13.
■ Check for gas shortage. See page 3–54.
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Abnormal operating
noise and
vibrations
Make sure the required space for installation is provided. See chapters “General Outline: Indoor Units”
and “General Outline: Outdoor Units”.
Equipment does
not operate
(operation light
OFF)
To troubleshoot, check the following:
■ Check if the breaker has switched OFF or the fuse has blown.
■ Check if the batteries are placed in the remote control.
■ Check if the address switch is set correctly. See page 4–5.
■ Check if the timer is set correctly.
Poor cooling or
heating
To troubleshoot, check the following:
■ Check if the filters are clean.
■ Check if there is no obstruction of the air inlet or outlet of the indoor and outdoor units.
■ Check if the temperature settings are correct.
■ Check if all windows and doors are closed.
■ Check if the air flow and air direction are set correctly.
■ Check if there is no ventilation operation.
Operation stops
suddenly
(operation light
flashes)
To troubleshoot, check the following:
■ Check if the air filters are clean.
■ Check if there is no obstruction of the air inlet or outlet of the indoor and outdoor units.
The operation light flashes when the following errors are detected:
■ Activation of a safety device or malfunctioning thermistors.
■ Transmission error between the indoor and the outdoor unit.
Abnormal
functioning
The air conditioner may malfunction due to lightning or radio waves. To check, proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Switch OFF the breaker.
2 Switch it back ON.
3 Check the operation by trying to operate with the remote control.
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1.3 Emergency Operation and Checking with the Wired Remote Control
Emergency
operation
When the remote control is not available or its battery is dead, you can use the emergency button on
the front panel of the indoor unit :
■ To start the automatic mode, press the emergency button.
■ To stop the automatic mode, press the button again.
Checking with the
wired remote
control
If the operation stops due to a malfunction, the remote control‘s operation LED flashes, and the remote
control displays the error code. The error code helps you to troubleshoot. See page 3–11, 3–12 and
3–13.
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1.4 Checking with the Infrared Remote Control Display
Introduction Contrary to the wired remote control, the infrared remote control does not display the error code.
Instead, the operation LED on the light reception section flashes.
Checking To find the error code, proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Press the INSPECTION/TEST button to select “inspection”. The equipment enters the
inspection mode. “0” flashes in the UNIT No. display.
00
0
CODE
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
UNIT No.
INSPECTION/TEST
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2 Press the UP or DOWN button and change the UNIT No. until the receiver of the remote
control starts to beep.
3 Press the MODE selector button.The left “0” (upper digit) indication of the error code
flashes.’
Step Action
00
iI
CODE
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
UNIT No.
If you hear... Then...
3 short beeps Follow all steps below.
1 short beep Follow steps 3 and 4. Continue the
operation in step 4 until you hear a con-
tinuous beep. This continuous beep
indicates that the error code is con-
firmed.
1 continuous beep There is no abnormality.
UP
DOWN
00
iI
CODE
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
UNIT No.
MODE
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4 Press the UP or DOWN button to change the error code upper digit until the receiver of
the remote control starts to beep.
5 Press the MODE selector button.The right “0” (lower digit) indication of the error code
flashes.
Step Action
A0
iI
CODE
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
UNIT No.
4
5
6
7
8
9
U
P
L
J
F
H
E
C
A
O
If you hear... Then...
2 short beeps The upper digit matches.
1 short beep No digits match.
1 continuous beep Both upper and lower digits match.
UP
DOWN
UP
DOWN
A0
iI
CODE
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
UNIT No.
MODE
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6 Press the UP or DOWN button and change the error code lower digit until the receiver of
the remote control generates a continuous beep.
7 Press the MODE button to return to normal status. If you do not press any button for at
least 1 min, the remote control returns automatically to normal status.
Step Action
A3
iI
CODE
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
UNIT No.
F
E
J
C
H
A
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
UP
DOWN
UP
DOWN
27
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
˚C
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1.5 Troubleshooting with the Indoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control
Shutdown For some errors, the system only shuts down when the error occurs several times. This means that
you have to wait until the system shuts down to be able to see the flashing LED on the front panel and
the error code on the remote control.
Malfunction
overview
The table below contains an overview of the indoor unit malfunctions.
Symbols and notes The table below describes the symbols and notes used in the malfunction overview.
If... Then...
LED
front
panel
Indoor unit LED
Remote con-
trol display
Location of the mal-
function
Malfunction description See page
H1P
(HAP)
H2P
(HBP)
Other
than PCB
PCB
ind. unit
1 5 5 Note 1 — — Normal —
5 5 4 A1 — ! Malfunctioning Indoor PCB (A1) 3–22
5 1
4 —
1 —
5 5 A3 " — Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System
(A3)
3–23
A6 " # Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock (A6) 3–25
AF " ! Malfunctioning Drain System (AF) 3–27
AJ " ! Malfunctioning Capacity Setting (AJ) 3–28
C4, or C9 " # Thermistor Abnormality (C4 or C9) 3–30
CJ " ! Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor (CJ) 3–32
Symbol / note Description
Note 1 Variety of circumstances
4 LED is ON
5 LED is flashing
1 LED is OFF
" High probability of malfunction
! Low probabiltiy of malfunction
# No possibility of malfunction (do not replace)
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1.6 Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control:
Outdoor Malfunctions
Malfunction
overview
The table below contains an overview of the outdoor unit malfunctions.
Symbols and notes The table below describes the symbols and notes used in the malfunction overview.
If... Then...
Outdoor unit LED
Rem. contr.
display
Location of the mal-
function
Malfunction description See page
HAP H1P H2P
Other
than PCB
PCB
outd. unit
5 1 1 Note 1 — — Normal —
5 4 1 E0 " # Activation of Safety Device (E0) 3–34
4 — — Note 1 — ! Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB —
1 — — Note 1 — ! Malfunctioning power supply or outdoor unit PCB —
5 4 1 E3 " — Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) (E3) 3–39
5 4 1 E4 " — Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) (E4) 3–41
5 1 1 E9 " # Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve (E9) 3–43
5 1 1 F3 " # Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature (F3) 3–45
5 4 4 H3 " # Malfunctioning HPS (H3) 3–47
5 4 4 H9 " # Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System (H9) 3–48
5 4 4 J3 " # Malfunctioning Discharge Pipe Thermistor System (J3) 3–50
5 4 4 J6 " # Malfunctioning Heat Exchanger Thermistor System (J6) 3–51
Symbol / note Description
Note 1 Variety of circumstances
4 LED is ON
5 LED is flashing
1 LED is OFF
" High probability of malfunction
! Low probabiltiy of malfunction
# No possibility of malfunction (do not replace)
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1.7 Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control:
System Malfunctions
Malfunction
overview
The table below contains an overview of the system malfunctions.
Symbols and notes The table below describes the symbols and notes used in the malfunction overview.
If... Then...
Outdoor unit LED
Rem. contr.
display
Location of the malfunction
Malfunction description See page
HAP H1P H2P
Other
than PCB
PCB
outd. unit
PCB
ind. unit
Rem.
contr.
5 1 1 Note 1 — — — — Normal —
Note 2 U0 " — — — Gas Shortage Detection (U0) 3–54
5 1 4 U1 " # — — Reverse Phase (U1) 3–55
Note 2 U4 or UF " ! ! — Transmission Error between
Indoor and Outdoor Unit (U4 or
UF)
3–57
U5 " — ! ! Transmission Error between
Indoor Unit and Remote Con-
trol (U5)
3–60
U8 " — ! ! Transmission Error between
MAIN Remote Control and
SUB Remote Control (U8)
3–61
UA " — ! — Malfunctioning Field Setting
Switch (UA)
3–62
Symbol / note Description
Note 1 Variety of circumstances
Note 2 All combinations that are not “normal” are possible
4 LED is ON
5 LED is flashing
1 LED is OFF
" High probability of malfunction
! Low probabiltiy of malfunction
# No possibility of malfunction (do not replace)
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1.8 Overview of the Indoor Safety Devices
Overview The table below contains an overview of the indoor safety devices.
Applicable unit
Thermal protector fan motor
Thermal fuse
fan motor
Fuse PCB
Abnormal Reset (automatic)
FH(Y)C(P) > 130 ± 5°C < 83 ± 20°C N.A. 5 A
FHYBP N.A. N.A. > 152°C
FH(Y)(P) > 130 ± 5°C < 83 ± 20°C N.A.
FUYP > 130 ± 5°C < 83 ± 20°C N.A.
FDYP N.A. N.A. > 160°C
FAYP > 130 ± 5°C < 83 ± 20°C N.A.
FH(Y)K(P) > 120 ± 5°C < 105°C N.A.
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1.9 Overview of the Outdoor Safety Devices
Overview The table below contains an overview of the outdoor safety devices.
Applicable out-
door unit
Reverse
phase
protector
Overload
contact
compres-
sor
Thermal
protec-
tor fan
motor
Overcur-
rent relay
compres-
sor
High-
pressure
switch
Low-
pressure
switch
RP71B7V1 — — X X X X
RYP71B7V1
RP71B7W1 X
RYP71B7W1
RP71B7T1
RP100B7V1 —
RYP100B7V1
RP100B7W1 X
RYP100B7W1
RP100B7T1
RP125B7W1
RYP125B7W1
RP125B7T1
RP200B7W1
RYP200B7W1
RP250B7W1
RYP250B7W1
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1.10 Outdoor Safety Device: Thermal Protector Fan Motor
Thermal protector
fan motor
The table below describes the thermal protector of the fan motor.
Applicable
outdoor unit
Wiring
symbol
Location
safety
Settings Type
Abnormal Reset Reset
RP71B7V1
Q1L
Outdoor fan
motor
Q1L con-
nected to
X11A
Q2L con-
nected to
X12A
> 140°C < 45 ±15°C Automatic
RYP71B7V1
RP71B7W1
RYP71B7W1
RP71B7T1
RP100B7V1
Q1L and
Q2L
RYP100B7V1
RP100B7W1
RYP100B7W1
RP100B7T1
RP125B7W1
RYP125B7W1
RP125B7T1
RP200B7W1
RYP200B7W1
RP250B7W1
RYP250B7W1
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1.11 Outdoor Safety Device: Overcurrent Relay Compressor
Overcurrent relay
compressor
The table below describes the overcurrent relay of the compressor.
Applicable
outdoor unit
Wiring symbol Location safety
Settings Type
Abnormal Reset
RP71B7V1
F1C Switch box
> 22.0 A (±10 %)
Automatic
RYP71B7V1
RP71B7W1
> 10.0 A (±10 %)
RYP71B7W1
RP71B7T1 > 15.0 A (±10 %)
RP100B7V1
> 33.0 A (±10 %)
RYP100B7V1
RP100B7W1
> 10.0 A (±10 %)
RYP100B7W1
RP100B7T1 > 22.0 A (±10 %)
RP125B7T1 > 24.0 A (±10 %)
RP125B7W1
> 13.0 A (±10 %)
RYP125B7T1
RP200B7W1
> 16.0 A (±10 %)
RYP200B7W1
RP250B7W1
> 20.0 A (±10 %)
RYP250B7W1
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1.12 Outdoor Safety Device: Reverse Phase Protector
Reverse phase
protector
The table below describes the reverse phase protector.
Applicable outdoor unit
Wiring
symbol
Location safety
Type
Reset
RP71B7V1
No reverse phase protector
RYP71B7V1
RP71B7W1
PRC Switch box
Automatic and
power OFF
RYP71B7W1
RP71B7T1
RP100B7V1
No reverse phase protector
RYP100B7V1
RP100B7W1
PRC Switch box
Automatic and
power OFF
RYP100B7W1
RP100B7T1
RP125B7W1
RYP125B7W1
RP125B7T1
RP200B7W1
RYP200B7W1
RP250B7W1
RYP250B7W1
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1.13 Outdoor Safety Device: High-Pressure Switch
High-pressure
switch
The table below describes the high-pressure switch.
Applicable
outdoor unit
Wiring
symbol
Location
safety
Settings Type
Abnormal Reset Reset
RP71B7V1
S1PH
Discharge
pipe
> 33 bar < 25.5 bar
Automatic
RYP71B7V1
RP71B7W1
RYP71B7W1
RP71B7T1
RP100B7V1
RYP100B7V1
RP100B7W1
RYP100B7W1
RP100B7T1
RP125B7W1
RYP125B7W1
RP125B7T1
RP200B7W1
> 32.5 bar < 25 bar
RYP200B7W1
RP250B7W1
RYP250B7W1
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1.14 Outdoor Safety Device: Low-Pressure Switch
Low-pressure
switch
The table below describes the low-pressure switch.
Applicable
outdoor unit
Wiring
symbol
Location
safety
Settings Type
Abnormal Reset Reset
RP71B7V1
S1LP
Low-pres-
sure switch
located in
suction
pipe
< -0.3 bar > +0.5 bar Automatic
RYP71B7V1
RP71B7W1
RYP71B7W1
RP71B7T1
RP100B7V1
RYP100B7V1
RP100B7W1
RYP100B7W1
RP100B7T1
RP125B7W1
RYP125B7W1
RP125B7T1
RP200B7W1
RYP200B7W1
RP250B7W1
RYP250B7W1
ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Indoor Units
Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–21
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4
5
1
3
Part 3
2 Error Codes: Indoor Units
2.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction In the first stage of the troubleshooting sequence, it is important to correctly interpret the error code on
the remote control display. The error code helps you to find the cause of the problem.
Shutdown For some errors, the system only shuts down when the error occurs several times. This means that
you have to wait until the system shuts down to be able to see the flashing LED on the front panel and
the error code on the remote control.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
2.2–Malfunctioning Indoor PCB (A1) 3–22
2.3–Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System (A3) 3–23
2.4–Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock (A6) 3–25
2.5–Malfunctioning Drain System (AF) 3–27
2.6–Malfunctioning Capacity Setting (AJ) 3–28
2.7–Thermistor Abnormality (C4 or C9) 3–30
2.8–Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor (CJ) 3–32
Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
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4
5
2.2 Malfunctioning Indoor PCB (A1)
Error code A1
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the data from the EEPROM is not received correctly.
EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory): A memory chip that holds its
content without power. It can be erased, either within the computer or externally and usually requires
more voltage for erasure than the common +5 volts used in logic circuits. It functions like non-volatile
RAM, but writing to EEPROM is slower than writing to RAM.
Causes The possible cause is a malfunctioning indoor PCB.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) HBP (green)
Normal 5 5
Malfunctioning
5 4
5 7
4 —
7 —
Switch the power off and
on again to restart.
Normal reset?
Replace indoor
PCB.
No
The malfunction may be caused by an
external factor, rather than damaged parts.
Locate the cause and correct the situation.
Yes
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5
1
3
2.3 Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System (A3)
Error code A3
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the water level reaches its upper limit and when the float switch turns
OFF.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning drain pump
■ Improper drain piping work
■ Drain piping clogging
■ Malfunctioning float switch
■ Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB
■ Malfunctioning short-circuit connector X15 on PCB.
Operation HAP (green) HBP (green)
Normal 5 5
Malfunctioning 5 5
Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
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3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Begin
Is the unit a cassette
or built-in type?
Is the optional drain
raising mechanism
connected?
No
Is the short-circuit
connector connected to
X15A on the indoor
unit PCB?
No
Connect the
Short-circuit
connector.
No
Is a drain pump
connected to the
indoor unit PCB?
Yes
Check the continuity of the
short-circuit connector.
Yes
Is there
continuity?
Yes
Replace the
Short-circuit
connector.
Replace the
indoor unit PCB.
Yes
No
Does the drain pump
work after restarting
operation?
Yes
Connect the
drain pump.
Yes
No
Is the drain water
level abnormally
high?
There is a malfunction
of the drain system.
Set to
"emergency" and
check the voltage
of X25A.
220-240 VAC?
Replace the drain
pump.
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Is the float switch
connected to X15A?
Remove the float switch from
X15A, short-circuit X15A, and
restart operation.
Does "A3" appear on the
remote controller display?
Replace indoor
unit PCB.
Replace
indoor unit
PCB.
No
Yes
No
Replace float
switch.
Yes
No
Connect
float switch
No
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5
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3
2.4 Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock (A6)
Error code A6
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the fan rotations are not detected while the output voltage to the fan is at
its maximum.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning indoor unit fan motor
■ Broken or disconnected wire
■ Malfunctioning contact
■ Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB.
Operation HAP (green) HBP (green)
Normal 5 5
Malfunctioning 5 5
Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
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1
3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Check the
connections of X20A
and X26A.
Are X20A and
X26A properly
connected?
Unplug X26A
and switch the
power supply on.
Is there about
12 VDC?
Check the voltage
between pins 1
and 3 of X26A.
Connect X20A
and X26A
correctly.
Replace indoor
unit PCB.
Check indoor unit
fan motor and
motor wiring.
Yes
No
Yes
No
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5
1
3
2.5 Malfunctioning Drain System (AF)
Error code AF
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the float switch changes from ON to OFF while the compressor is OFF.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Error in the drain pipe installation
■ Malfunctioning float switch
■ Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) HBP (green)
Normal 5 5
Malfunctioning 5 5
Are float
switch and drain pipe
normal?
Is water
drainage system
normal?
Possible failure of float switch.
Check to see if drain-up height
and horizontal pipe length
exceed specifications.
Clogged drain water discharge
system
Clogged drain pump
Faulty float switch
Replace indoor unit PCB.
Check to see if drain-up height
and horizontal pipe length
exceed specifications.
Check jumper connector
X15A.
Check drain pump and drain
pipe.
Check water drainage system.
Check to see if drain-up height
and horizontal pipe length
exceed specifications.
Faulty trap in water drainage
system
Replace indoor unit PCB.
Is drain-up
kit installed?
Is drain pump
normal?
Is
amount
of circulated drain
water excessive after
pump stops
operation?
Does
drain water
flow in reverse during
non-operation?
∗In FHY and FAY problems can also
occur in the optional drain-up kit.
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
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2.6 Malfunctioning Capacity Setting (AJ)
Error code AJ
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the following conditions are fulfilled:
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning capacity setting adapter connection
■ Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB.
Capacity setting
adapter
The capacity is set in the PCB’s memory IC. A capacity setting adapter that matches the capacity of
the unit is required in the following case:
In case the indoor PCB installed at the factory is for some reason changed at the installation site, the
capacity will not be contained in the replacement PCB. To set the correct capacity for the PCB you
have to connect a capacity setting adapter with the correct capacity setting to the PCB. The capacity
setting for the PCB will become the capacity setting of the adapter because the capacity setting
adapter has priority.
Operation HAP (green) HBP (green)
Normal 5 5
Malfunctioning 5 5
Condition Description
1 ■ The unit is in operation.
■ The PCB’s memory IC does not contain the capacity code.
■ The capacity setting adapter is not connected.
2 ■ The unit is in operation.
■ The capacity that is set, does not exist for that unit.
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5
1
3
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Check if the capacity setting
adapter is plugged into X23A
of the indoor PCB.
Is the capacity
setting adapter plugged
into X23A of the indoor
unit PCB?
Switch the power
supply off and
back on again.
Is AJ displayed on
the remote
controller?
Plug a capacitor setting
adapter that matches the
capacity of the unit into X23A.
Replace indoor
unit PCB.
Yes
Yes
No
No
The malfunction was caused
by a missing capacity resistor.
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4
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2.7 Thermistor Abnormality (C4 or C9)
Error code The table below describes the two thermistor abnormalities.
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when during compressor operation:
■ Thermistor input > 4.96 V, or
■ Thermistor output < 0.04 V.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning connector connection
■ Malfunctioning thermistor
■ Malfunctioning PCB
■ Broken or disconnected wire.
Checking
thermistors
See page 3–72.
Error Description
C4
Malfunctioning heat exchanger thermistor system.
C9
Malfunctioning suction air thermistor system.
Operation HAP (green) HBP (green)
Normal 5 5
Malfunctioning 5 5
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5
1
3
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Check the connector
connection.
Is it connected
properly?
Correct the
connection.
Check the thermistor
resistance.
Is it normal?
Replace the
thermistor.
Check the contact between
thermistor and PCB.
Is the contact
OK?
Correct contact
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
C4: Indoor liquid pipe thermistor (R2T).
C9: Indoor ambient temperature thermistor (R1T).
Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A
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3
4
5
2.8 Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor (CJ)
Error code CJ
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the remote control thermistor becomes disconnected or shorted while the
unit is running.
Even if the remote control thermistor is malfunctioning, the system can operate with the system
thermistor.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning thermistor
■ Broken wire.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) HBP (green)
Normal 5 5
Malfunctioning 5 5
Turn the power supply
off once and then
back on
Replace remote controller.
Could be outside cause
(noise...) other than
malfunction
Is CJ
displayed on the
remote
controller?
NO
YES
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Part 3
3 Error Codes: Outdoor Units
3.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction In the first stage of the troubleshooting sequence, it is important to correctly interpret the error code on
the remote control display. The error code helps you to find the cause of the problem.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
3.2–Activation of Safety Device (E0) 3–34
3.3–Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) (E3) 3–39
3.4–Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) (E4) 3–41
3.5–Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve (E9) 3–43
3.6–Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature (F3) 3–45
3.7–Malfunctioning HPS (H3) 3–47
3.8–Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System (H9) 3–48
3.9–Malfunctioning Discharge Pipe Thermistor System (J3) 3–50
3.10–Malfunctioning Heat Exchanger Thermistor System (J6) 3–51
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3.2 Activation of Safety Device (E0)
Error code E0
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when a safety device has detected an abnormality.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning safety device input connection
■ Broken or disconnected safety device harness
■ Stop valve is set to “close”
■ Clogging refrigerant piping circuit
■ Air short-circuit
■ Malfunctioning outdoor PCB.
Overview outdoor
safety devices
See page 3–15.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 4 3
Temperature of fan motor coil
is abnormally high.
Refer to: High temperature
of fan motor coil
Check the safety
device's lead wire.
Is it
correctly connected
to the outdoor unit
PCB?
Is
safety device
Q1L or Q2L
closed?
Yes
No
Compressor head temperature > 120 °C
or
Discharge superheat > 55 °C
Refer to: High temperature of compressor head
Yes
Connect the lead
wire correctly.
No
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4
5
1
High temperature of
fan motor coil
To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Is the fan
turning counter-
clockwise?
No
Replace fan motor.
Yes
Yes
No
The temperature of the fan
motor coil is abnormally high.
Check the fan rotation
when facing the front of the
unit.
Check minimum
operating space
around the unit.
Is
there enough
operating space?
Provide enough
operating space.
No
Yes
Is the fan
rotating?
No
Yes
Fan standstill.
Refer to: fhe fan does
not rotate.
The fan is turning
clockwise.
Refer to: the fan is
turning clockwise.
Check air flow rate. Refer
to technical specifications
page 1-4.
Is air flow ok?
Check fan motor
speed.
Is the
fan motor an
8-pole motor?
fan motor speed <
850 rpm?
fan motor speed <
650 rpm?
Possible external
cause.
No
Yes
No
Yes
Faulty motor
windings
No
Yes Yes
No
Check the
capacitor of the
fan motor.
Replace
motor
Faulty motor
windings
Replace
motor
Is there air
short-cycling in
the unit?
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3
4
5
The fan does not
rotate
To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
1 Remove obstacles so the
fan rotates correctly or
replace the fan.
2 Reconnect connector.
Try to rotate the
fan with your
hand.
Can
you rotate the
fan smoothly?
No
Check capacitor
Yes
Is
the capacitor in
good condition?
Yes
1 Replace the capacitor.
2 Reconnect connector.
No
The fan does not
rotate.
Check outdoor
unit type.
Is the unit a
R(Y)P71B?
The unit is a
R(Y)P100-125B
No
Disconnect
connector X14 on
outdoor unit PCB.
Disconnect
connectors X14A
and X15A on
outdoor unit PCB.
Yes
1 Check motor windings.
2 Reconnect connector.
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4
5
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The fan is turning
clockwise
To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Excessive
compressor current
To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
The fan is turning
clockwise.
Check condensator
connection.
Refer to: fan motor
condensator connection.
Is the
connection
correct?
Replace fan
motor.
Correct the connection.
Refer to: fan motor
condensator connection.
No
Yes
Is there
a suitable
power supply? (Voltage,
lack of phase, etc.)
Provide suitable
power supply.
No
Is the current higher
than the setting of the
overcurrent relay?
Replace
overcurrent
device.
Yes
Yes
No
The compressor current is
excessive.
Check power
supply
Replace
compressor.
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1
3
4
5
High temperature of
compressor head
To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Open the stop
valve(s).
No
No
Compressor head temperature > 120 °C
or
Discharge superheat > 55 °C
Check the stop
valves.
Are they
open?
Is
it clogged?
Is the
refrigerant filled to
the proper level?
Fill to specified
level
No
Check the
refrigerant piping
circuit.
Check the
refrigerant level.
Check the
compressor.
Is it
malfunctioning?
Replace
compressor.
Check expansion
valve and
discharge pipe
thermistor.
Yes
Replace clogged
part.
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
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4
5
1
3.3 Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) (E3)
Error code E3
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the high-pressure switch is activated during compressor operation.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Abnormal high pressure caused by too much refrigerant or by non-condensable gas (air or
nitrogen)
■ Inaccuracy of the high-pressure switch
■ Broken or disconnected high-pressure switch harness
■ Malfunctioning high-pressure switch connector connection
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB
■ Malfunctioning refrigerant piping circuit.
HPS settings The table below contains the preset HPS values.
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 4 3
Applicable units Abnormal Reset
R(Y)P71/100/125B > 33 bar < 25.5 bar
R(Y)P200/250 > 32.5 bar < 25 bar
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3
1
3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Some models are not equipped with a HPS.
Check the connections of the
high pressure systems.
Is HPS
correctly connected to
the outdoor unit
PCB?
Connect correctly.
$ Turn the power OFF and back
ON after 2 or 3 minutes.
$ Check the continuity of the HPS
for control and safety.
Does the HPS have
continuity?
Replace HPS
without continuity.
Check high
pressure during
operation.
Tc(HP) > Ta indoor + 35°C
set value 1 > HP > set value 2
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Is the unit in
cooling mode?
No
Check high
pressure during
operation.
Tc(HP) > Ta outdoor + 30°C
set value 1 > HP > set value 2
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
Faulty refrigerant
piping circuit.
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Faulty refrigerant
piping circuit.
Tc(HP) = heat exchanger temp.
Ta indoor = indoor air temp.
Ta outdoor = outdoor air temp.
HP = high pressure
set value 1 = max. pressure
set value 2 = min. pressure
Refer to high pressure settings
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3.4 Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) (E4)
Error code E4
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the low-pressure switch is activated during compressor operation.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning refrigerant piping circuit
■ Malfunctioning low-pressure switch
■ Disconnected or broken low-pressure switch harness
■ Malfunctioning low-pressure switch connector connection
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB.
LPS settings The table below contains the preset LPS values.
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 4 3
Applicable units Abnormal Reset
R(Y)P71/100/125/200/250B < -0.3 bar > +0.5 bar
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1
3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Check the connections of the low
pressure system.
Is the LPS
correctly connected to
the outdoor unit
PCB?
Connect correctly.
$ Turn the power OFF and back
ON after 2 or 3 minutes.
$ Check the continuity of the LPS
for control and safety.
Does this LPS have
continuity?
Replace LPS
without continuity.
3 minutes after start:
Tc(LP) < Ta indoor - 25°C
set value 1 > LP > set value 2
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
Faulty refrigerant
piping circuit.
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Is the unit in
cooling mode?
Yes
No
Check low
pressure during
operation
Check low
pressure during
operation
3 minutes after start:
Tc(LP) < Ta outdoor - 15°C
set value 1 > LP > set value 2
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
Faulty refrigerant
piping circuit.
No
Yes
Tc(LP) = heat exchanger temp.
Ta indoor = indoor air temp.
Ta outdoor = outdoor air temp.
LP = low pressure
set value 1 = max. pressure
set value 2 = min. pressure
Refer to low pressure settings
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3.5 Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve (E9)
Error code E9
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the following coil current condition is not met:
Open circuit < coil current < short circuit.
Resistance values The table below contains the reference resistance values.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning electronic expansion valve
■ Broken or disconnected electronic expansion valve harness
■ Malfunctioning electronic expansion valve connector connection
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB
■ Outside cause (electric noise...).
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 3 3

Grey Black Yellow Red Orange
Grey
— 40-50 ⍀ 40-50 ⍀ 40-50 ⍀ 40-50 ⍀
Black
40-50 ⍀ — 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀
Yellow
40-50 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ — 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀
Red
40-50 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ — 80-100 ⍀
Orange
40-50 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ —
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1
3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Turn the power supply OFF
and back ON.
No Normal reset?
Check resistance of
electronic expansion
valve coil.
40ø < resistance < 50ø?
Faulty electronic
expansion valve.
Outside cause
(electric noise,
etc.).
Yes
No
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
Yes
Did you
measure the
resistance over a grey
wire?
80ø < resistance < 100ø?
Faulty electronic
expansion valve.
No
Yes
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
Yes
No
Is the electronic
expansion valve
connected to the outdoor
unit PCB?
Yes
Connect correctly. No
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5
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3.6 Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature (F3)
Error code F3
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when:
■ Discharge pipe temperature becomes abnormally high
■ Discharge pipe temperature rises suddenly
■ Discharge pipe thermistor is not in its holder.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Improper refrigerant amount
■ Clogging refrigerant piping circuit
■ Discharge temperature that is too low due to too much refrigerant or due to the discharge
thermistor being out of its holder
■ Discharge temperature that is too high.The possible causes are:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 3 3
Excessively
high discharge
temperature
Refrigeration
shortage
$ electrical fault coil
$ mechanical fault body
$ discharge thermistor
inaccuracy
insufficient suction
gas to
compressor
incorrect
operation of
expansion valve
caused by
caused by
caused by
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1
3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Thermistor curve See page 3–74.
Check the amount of
refrigerant.
No Is it correct?
Fill with the proper amount
of refrigerant.
$ Check if the operating conditions of
the in- and outdoor unit are within the
range
$ check the refrigerant piping circuit for
clogging
$ check the accuracy of the discharge
thermistor, refer to the thermistor
curve
$ check correct operation of the
expansion valve and the flow through
non-return valves (RYP71-125B7).
Yes
No
Place the sensor correctly in
the discharge pipe port.
Yes
Check the
discharge pipe
sensor.
Has
the sensor come off
the discharge pipe
port?
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4
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3.7 Malfunctioning HPS (H3)
Error code H3
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when there is no continuity in the high-pressure switch during compressor OFF.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning high-pressure switch
■ Broken or disconnected high-pressure switch harness
■ Malfunctioning high-pressure switch connector connection
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 4 4
Check the high pressure
switch (HPS).
Is the
HPS correctly
connected to the
outdoor unit
PCB?
Connect correctly.
$ Turn the power off and back on
again after 10 minutes.
$ Check the continuity of the HPS
for control and safety.
No
Yes
Does
this HPS have
continuity?
Replace HPS
without continuity.
No
Yes
Replace outdoor
unit PCB
Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A
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1
3
4
5
3.8 Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System (H9)
Error code H9
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the thermistor resistance is out of its range (60Ω to 600kΩ).
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning outdoor thermistor
■ Malfunctioning outdoor thermistor connector connection
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 4 4
Is
it connected
properly?
Correct the
connection.
Check the thermistor resistance.
Refer to: checking the
thermistor resistance.
Is it normal?
Replace the
termistor.
Replace the
outdoor unit PCB
No
Yes
No
Yes
Check the unit
type.
Check the connector
connection of the outdoor
temperature sensor (R1T) on
X4A on the outdoor unit PCB.
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4
5
1
Checking the
thermistor
resistance
See page 3–73.
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3
4
5
3.9 Malfunctioning Discharge Pipe Thermistor System (J3)
Error code J3
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the thermistor resistance is out of its range.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning discharge pipe thermistor
■ Malfunctioning discharge pipe thermistor connector connection
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 4 4
Check the connector connection of the
discharge pipe temperature sensor (R3T)
on X6A on the outdoor unit PCB.
Is
it connected
properly?
Correct the
connection.
Check the
thermistor
resistance.
Is it normal?
Replace the
termistor.
Replace the
outdoor unit PCB
No
Yes
No
Yes
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4
5
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3.10 Malfunctioning Heat Exchanger Thermistor System (J6)
Error code J6
LED indications The table below shows the LED indications.
Error generation The error is generated when the thermistor resistance is out of its range.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning heat exchanger thermistor
■ Malfunctioning heat exchanger thermistor connector connection
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB.
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunction 5 4 4
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1
3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Is
it connected
properly?
Correct the
connection.
Check the
thermistor
resistance.
Is it normal?
Replace the
termistor.
Replace the
outdoor unit PCB
No
Yes
No
Yes
Check the unit
type.
Check the connector connection
of the heat exchanger
temperature sensor (R2T) on
X5A on the outdoor unit PCB.
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4
5
1
Part 3
4 Error Codes: System Malfunctions
4.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction In the first stage of the troubleshooting sequence, it is important to correctly interpret the error code on
the remote control display. The error code helps you to find the cause of the problem.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
4.2–Gas Shortage Detection (U0) 3–54
4.3–Reverse Phase (U1) 3–55
4.4–Transmission Error between Indoor and Outdoor Unit (U4 or UF) 3–57
4.5–Transmission Error between Indoor Unit and Remote Control (U5) 3–60
4.6–Transmission Error between MAIN Remote Control and SUB Remote Control (U8) 3–61
4.7–Malfunctioning Field Setting Switch (UA) 3–62
Error Codes: System Malfunctions ESiEN02–01
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4
5
4.2 Gas Shortage Detection (U0)
Error code U0
LED indication The table below shows the LED indication.
Error method The discharge pipe thermistor detects the malfunction temperature at which there can be a gas
shortage. If the discharge temperature exceeds 125°C during more than 20 s, the outdoor unit will stop
and retry when the guard timer is OFF (3 min have passed).
During the retrial, the expansion valve will be opened 90 pulses more than in case of the previous start.
When the unit restarts with a fully opened expansion valve, the remote control displays “U0” after
pressing the test button.
Error generation The error is generated when the microcomputer detects gas shortage. However, the unit can still
operate.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Refrigerant shortage
■ Clogging of the refrigerant piping circuit.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunctioning — — —
Check the amount of
refrigerant.
No Is it correct?
Fill with the proper
amount of refrigerant.
$ Check the refrigerant piping
circuit for clogging.
$ Check the expansion valve.
Refer to error E9.
$ Check the discharge thermistor.
Refer to error F3.
Yes
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5
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4.3 Reverse Phase (U1)
Error code U1
This error code is only for 3-phase equipment.
LED indication The table below shows the LED indication.
Error generation The error is generated when the difference between phase L1 and L3 is not 240°. The illustration below
shows the 3-phase network.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning power supply wiring connection
■ Broken or disconnected power supply wiring
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunctioning 5 3 4
120 90 180
L1 L2 L3
240
240˚
270 360
L1
L3 L2
240˚
120˚
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1
3
4
5
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Check power
Is U1
displayed on the
remote controller?
Phases are not
correct.
Replace outdoor
unit PCB.
No
Yes
L1-L2-L3= 400V ±10%
L1-N= 230V ±10%
L2-N= 230V ±10%
L3-N= 230V ±10%
Does the power
correspond with
previous data?
Correct power
supply.
1. Turn the power off.
2. Change L1-L2 or L2-L3.
3. Turn the power on.
No
Yes
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4
5
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4.4 Transmission Error between Indoor and Outdoor Unit (U4 or UF)
Error code U4 or UF
LED indication The table below shows the LED indication.
Error generation The error is generated when the microprocessor detects that the transmission between the indoor and
the outdoor unit is not normal over a certain amount of time.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Wiring indoor-outdoor transmission wire is incorrect
■ Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB
■ Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB
■ Outside cause (noise...).
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunctioning — — —
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3
4
5
Troubleshooting 1 To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Does
outdoor unit
microcomputer
normal H1P
flash?
Is
indoor-outdoor
transmission wire
connected
correctly?
Is H1P flashing?
NO YES
NO
NO
NO
NO (ON or OFF)
NO (OFF)
YES
YES
YES
Is HAP flashing?
Is HBP flashing?
To outdoor unit
(next page)
Is H2P on?
Check of
indoor unit
microcom-
puter
normal
HAP
Check of
indoor unit
transmission
malfunction
HBP
YES
YES
Turn the power supply off
once and then back on.
Failure of indoor unit PCB or
malfunction of power supply
system.
Resets normally.
Could be outside
cause (noise...).
Failure of indoor unit PCB.
Wire correctly.
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Troubleshooting 2 To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Turn off the power
supply, disconnect the
NO.2 indoor-outdoor
transmission wire, and turn
power supply back on.
Is HAP flashing?
YES
YES
NO (ON or OFF)
NO (OFF)
NO
Is HAP flashing?
YES
NO
Is HAP flashing?
Continued from
previous page
Is HAP on?
Check of
outdoor unit
microcom-
puter normal
HAP
YES
Turn the power supply off
once and then back on.
Failure of indoor unit PCB.
Failure of outdoor unit PCB or
malfunction of power supply
system.
Indoor PCB malfunction.
Resets normally.
Could be outside cause (noise...).
Failure of outdoor unit PCB.
Resets normally.
Could be outside cause
(noise...).
"U4" displays
constantly?
YES
NO
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3
4
5
4.5 Transmission Error between Indoor Unit and Remote Control (U5)
Error code U5
LED indication The table below shows the LED indication.
Error generation The error is generated when the microprocessor detects that the transmission between the indoor unit
and the remote control is not normal over a certain amount of time.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning remote control
■ Malfunctioning indoor PCB
■ Outside cause (noise...)
■ Connection of two master remote controls (when using two remote controls).
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunctioning — — —
Set one of the
remote controllers
to SUB, turn off
the power supply
temporarily, then
restart operation.
Indoor unit PCB
replacement.
Malfunction could
be produced by
noise. Check the
surrounding area
and restart
operation.

Change to
double-core
independent
cable.
Failure of remote
controller PCB or
replacement of
defective indoor
unit PCB.
All indoor
unit PCB
microcomputer
normal monitors
flashing
Using
multicore
transmission wiring
between indoor unit
and remote
controller
Control by 2 remote
controllers
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
Resets
normally when
power supply is turned
off temporarily.
NO
SS1 of both
remote controllers is
set to MAIN.
YES
NO NO
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4.6 Transmission Error between MAIN Remote Control
and SUB Remote Control (U8)
Error code U8
LED indication The table below shows the LED indication.
Error generation The error is generated when, in case of controlling with two remote controls, the microprocessor
detects that the transmission between the indoor unit and the remote controls (MAIN and SUB) is not
normal over a certain amount of time.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Transmission error between MAIN remote control and SUB remote control
■ Connection among SUB remote controls
■ Malfunctioning remote control PCB.
Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunctioning — — —
Turn the SS-1 switch of one
remote controller to MAIN.
Turn OFF the power supply,
and restart operation.
Turn OFF the power once and
restart operation.
Replace remote controller PCB
if any error is generated.
Turn the SS-1switch of one
remote controller to MAIN.
Turn OFF the power supply,
and restart operation.
Controlling
with 2-remote
controller
Both SS-1
switches on remote
controllers are turned
to SUB
SS-1 switch
on remote controller
PCB is turned
to MAIN
NO NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
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3
4
5
4.7 Malfunctioning Field Setting Switch (UA)
Error code UA
LED indication The table below shows the LED indication.
Error generation The error is generated when incorrect field settings have been set for pair/twin/triple/double twin.
Causes The possible causes are:
■ Malfunctioning indoor or outdoor unit PCB
■ Malfunctioning power supply PCB
■ Indoor-outdoor, indoor-indoor unit transmission wiring
■ Malfunctioning remote control wiring.
Operation HAP (green) H1P (red) H2P (red)
Normal 5 3 3
Malfunctioning — — —
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Troubleshooting To troubleshoot, proceed as follows:
Is there
220-240 VAC
between No.1 and
No.3 of X2M
(indoor Unit)?
Is the
power supply
PCB correctly
connected?
YES
YES
YES
Is the
indoor-indoor
and indoor-outdoor
wiring correctly
connected?
Is the
indoor-indoor
and indoor-outdoor
wiring correctly
connected?
NO
NO
NO
NO
Is
the outdoor unit
used for Twin
system?
Is
the remote
controller connected
to more than
one indoor
unit?
NO
YES
Are the
microcomputer
normal montiors
(HAP) of all indoor unit
PCB
flashing?
YES
Are the
transmission
normal montiors
(HBP) of all indoor unit
PCB
flashing?
NO
Is the
setting of
Pair/Twin/Triple
set
correctly?
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Operating normally?
YES
YES
NO
NO
Turn the power off once, then
back on, and restart operation.
Connect the remote controller
correctly.
Check setting "No. of Connected
Twin System Indoor Units" of indoor
unit.
Set correctly.
Connect correctly.
Connect correctly.
Replace the transformer.
Wiring could be incorrect, recheck.
Connect correctly.
Indoor unit PCB replacement.
Operates normally.
Error Codes: System Malfunctions ESiEN02–01
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3
4
5
ESiEN02–01A Additional Checks for Troubleshooting
Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–65
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Part 3
5 Additional Checks for Troubleshooting
5.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter explains how you must check the units to carry out troubleshooting correctly.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
5.2–Indoor Unit: Checking the Fan Motor Hall IC 3–66
5.3–Indoor Unit: Checking the Power Supply Wave Form 3–67
5.4–Outdoor Unit: Checking the Refrigerant System 3–68
5.5–Outdoor unit: Checking the Installation Condition 3–69
5.6–Outdoor Unit: Checking the Discharge Pressure 3–70
5.7–Outdoor Unit: Checking the Expansion Valve 3–71
5.8–Checking the Thermistors 3–72
5.9–R1T and R2T 3–73
5.10–R3T 3–74
Additional Checks for Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A
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5.2 Indoor Unit: Checking the Fan Motor Hall IC
Applicable units Units using phase cut controlled fan motor with feedback signal.
Checking To check the indoor unit fan motor hall IC, proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Make sure connector S7 on PCB 1 is properly connected.
2 Make sure the power is ON and that there is no operation.
3 Measure the voltage between pin 1 and 3 of S7.
4 Turn the fan one rotation with your hand and measure the generated pulses.
5 Proceed as follows:
If... Then...
The measured voltage between pin 1 and 3 does
not equal 5 V
Replace the PCB 1.
The generated pulses do not equal 3 pulses
between pin 2 and 3
Replace the fan motor.
The measured voltage does not equal 5 V and
the generated pulses do not equal 3 pulses
between pin 2 and 3
Replace the PCB 1.
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5.3 Indoor Unit: Checking the Power Supply Wave Form
Checking To check the power supply wave form, proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Measure the power supply wave form between pin 1 and 3 of X1M for the outdoor units or
between pin 1 and 3 of X2M for the indoor units.
2 Check whether the power supply wave form is a sine wave:
3 Check whether there is wave form disturbance near the zero cross:
4 Adjust the supply voltage.
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5.4 Outdoor Unit: Checking the Refrigerant System
Checking To check the refrigerant system, proceed as follows:
Check discharge pipe
thermistor R3T.
Is the
discharge pipe
thermistor R3T
disconnected from the
holder?
Check for gas leaks
using a leak tester.
Yes
No
Replace the
refrigerant.
Correct the
problem.
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5.5 Outdoor unit: Checking the Installation Condition
Checking To check the installation condition, proceed as follows:
Check the space for all air
passage around the suction and
discharge areas.
Change the position of the
air discharge grille or the
installation location.
Does the
discharged air from other
outdoor units cause an
increase of the suction
temperature?
Is
the heat
exchanger
clean?
Is the
minimum space
respected? Refer to
page 1-10.
Is there enough
air flow?
Clean the heat
exchanger.
Change the
installation
location or
direction.
Check the outdoor ambient
temperature R1T. This temperature
must be lower than 43 °C.
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Change the position of the
air discharge grille or the
installation location.
Yes
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5.6 Outdoor Unit: Checking the Discharge Pressure
Checking To check the discharge pressure, proceed as follows:
Check the
discharge
pressure.
Is the
pressure > 24 kg/
cm² during cooling
operation?
Is the
solenoid valve
open?
Is the stop
valve open?
Is the
connection pipe
deformed?
Are the heat
exchanger and air
filter clean?
Replace the
compressor.
Clean them.
Replace the pipe
Yes
Yes
No
Is there
conductivity in the
coil of the solenoid
valve?
No
Replace the coil
of the solenoid
valve.
No
Replace the
solenoid valve.
Yes
Yes
No No
Yes
Yes
Open the stop
valve.
No
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5.7 Outdoor Unit: Checking the Expansion Valve
Checking To check the electronic expansion valve, proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Check if the expansion valve connector is correctly inserted in the X24A of PCB 1.
2 Compare the expansion valve unit with the number of the connector to make sure it is cor-
rectly connected.
3 Switch the power OFF.
4 Switch the power ON to check whether the expansion valve is producing a clicking sound.
5 Check the coil current: Open circuit < normal < short circuit
6 Check the clicking sound again.
If... Then...
The expansion valve has no
clicking sound
Disconnect the valve connector without the
clicking sound and proceed to step 5.
The table below contains the reference resistance values.

Grey Black Yellow Red Orange
Grey
— 40-50 ⍀ 40-50 ⍀ 40-50 ⍀ 40-50 ⍀
Black
40-50 ⍀ — 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀
Yellow
40-50 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ — 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀
Red
40-50 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ — 80-100 ⍀
Orange
40-50 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ 80-100 ⍀ —
If... Then...
There is a clicking sound The expansion valve works properly.
There is no clicking sound Replace the expansion valve unit.
There is still no clicking sound Replace outdoor PCB 1.
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5.8 Checking the Thermistors
Thermistors If the cause of the problem is related to the thermistors, then the thermistors should be checked prior
to changing the PCB.
For more information about these thermistors, see:
■ ’Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units’
■ ‘Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units’
■ "Functions of Thermistors: Large Heat Pumps" on page 5.
Overview of
thermistors
The table below contains an overview of the thermistors:
Checking To check the thermistors, proceed as follows:
Thermistor Description
Indoor R1T Suction air thermistor
R2T Heat exchanger thermistor (coil thermistor)
Outdoor R1T Ambient air thermistor
R2T Heat exchanger thermistor (coil thermistor)
R3T Discharge pipe thermistor
Step Action
1 Disconnect the thermistor from the PCB.
2 Read the temperature and the resistor value.
3 Check if the measured values correspond with the values in the table on the next pages.
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5.9 R1T and R2T
Temperature –
resistance
The table below is the thermistor (R1T and R2T) temperature – resistance conversion table.
Temp.
(°C)
R1T
(k⍀)
R2T
(k⍀)
Temp.
(°C)
R1T
(k⍀)
R2T
(k⍀)
Temp.
(°C)
R1T
(k⍀)
R2T
(k⍀)
-20 197.81 192.08 20 25.01 24.45 60 4.96 4.87
-19
-18
-17
-16
-15
-14
-13
-12
-11
186.53
175.97
166.07
156.80
148.10
139.94
132.28
125.09
118.34
181.16
170.94
161.36
152.38
143.96
136.05
128.63
121.66
115.12
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
23.91
22.85
21.85
20.90
20.00
19.14
18.32
17.54
16.80
23.37
22.35
21.37
20.45
19.56
18.73
17.93
17.17
16.45
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
4.79
4.62
4.46
4.30
4.16
4.01
3.88
3.75
3.62
4.70
4.54
4.38
4.23
4.08
3.94
3.81
3.68
3.56
-10 111.99 108.96 30 16.10 15.76 70 3.50 3.44
-9
-8
-7
-6
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
106.03
100.41
95.14
90.17
85.49
81.08
76.93
73.01
69.32
103.18
97.73
92.61
87.79
83.25
78.97
74.94
71.14
67.56
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
15.43
14.79
14.18
13.59
13.04
12.51
12.01
11.52
11.06
15.10
14.48
13.88
13.31
12.77
12.25
11.76
11.29
10.84
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
3.38
3.27
3.16
3.06
2.96
2.86
2.77
2.68
2.60
3.32
3.21
3.11
3.01
2.91
2.82
2.72
2.64
2.55
0 65.84 64.17 40 10.63 10.41 80 2.51 2.47
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
62.54
59.43
56.49
53.71
51.09
48.61
46.26
44.05
41.95
60.96
57.94
55.08
52.38
49.83
47.42
45.14
42.98
40.94
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
10.21
9.81
9.42
9.06
8.71
8.37
8.05
7.75
7.46
10.00
9.61
9.24
8.88
8.54
8.21
7.90
7.60
7.31
— 10 39.96 39.01 50 7.18 7.04
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
38.08
36.30
34.62
33.02
31.50
30.06
28.70
27.41
26.18
37.18
35.45
33.81
32.25
30.77
29.37
28.05
26.78
25.59
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
6.91
6.65
6.41
6.65
6.41
6.18
5.95
5.74
5.14
6.78
6.53
6.53
6.53
6.29
6.06
5.84
5.43
5.05
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5.10 R3T
Temperature –
resistance
The table below is the thermistor (R3T) temperature – resistance conversion table.
Temp.
(°C)
Resist.
(k⍀)
Temp.
(°C)
Resist.
(k⍀)
Temp.
(°C)
Resist.
(k⍀)
— — 60.0 52.8 130.0 5.4

-6.0
-4.0
-2.0

1120.0
1002.5
898.6
62.0
64.0
66.0
68.0
48.9
45.3
42.0
39.0
132.0
134.0
136.0
138.0
5.4
4.8
4.6
4.3
0.0 806.5 70.0 36.3 140.0 4.1
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
724.8
652.2
587.6
530.1
72.0
74.0
76.0
78.0
33.7
31.4
29.2
27.2
142.0
144.0
146.0
148.0
3.9
3.7
3.5
3.3
10.0 478.8 80.0 25.4 150.0 3.2
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
432.9
392.0
355.3
322.4
82.0



23.7



152.0
154.0
156.0
158.0
3.0
2.9
2.7
2.6
20.0 292.9 — — 160.0 2.5
22.0
24.0
26.0
28.0
266.3
242.5
221.0
201.6
92.0
94.0
96.0
98.0
16.9
15.8
14.8
13.9
162.0
164.0
166.0
168.0
2.3
2.5
2.1
2.0
30.0 184.1 100.0 13.1 170.0 1.9
32.0
34.0
36.0
38.0
168.3
154.0
141.0
129.3
102.0
104.0
106.0
108.0
12.3
11.5
10.8
10.2
172.0
174.0
176.0
178.0
1.9
1.8
1.7
1.6
40.0 118.7 110.0 9.6 180.0 1.5
42.0
44.0
46.0
48.0
109.0
100.2
92.2
84.9
112.0
114.0
116.0
118.0
9.0
8.5
8.0
7.6
— 50.0 78.3 120.0 7.1
52.0
54.0
56.0
48.0
72.2
66.7
61.6
57.0
122.0
124.0
126.0
128.0
6.7
6.4
6.0
5.7
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Part 4
Commissioning and Test
Run
What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter See page
1–Pre-Test Run Checks 4–3
2–Field settings 4–9
3–Test Run and Operation Data 4–27
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Part 4
1 Pre-Test Run Checks
1.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information:
■ Checks before test run
■ Test run checks
■ Setting the address for the receiver of the infrared remote control
■ Setting the address for the infrared remote control.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
1.2–Test Run Checks 4–4
1.3–Setting the Infrared Remote Control 4–5
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1.2 Test Run Checks
Checks before test
run
Before carrying out a test run, proceed as follows:
Test run checks To carry out a test run, check the following:
■ Check that the temperature setting of the remote control is at the lowest level or test mode.
■ Switch ON the indoor units one by one to check whether they operate correctly. Afterwards, switch
ON all units to check whether they all operate simultaneously.
■ Go through the following checklist:
Step Action
1 Make sure the voltage at the primary side of the safety breaker is:
■ 230 V ± 10% for 1-phase units
■ 400V ± 10% for 3-phase units.
2 Fully open the liquid and the gas stop valve.
Checkpoints Cautions or warnings
Are all units securely installed? ■ Dangerous for turning over during
storm.
■ Possible damage to pipe
connections.
Is the earth wire installed according to the applicable
local standard?
Dangerous if electric leakage occurs.
Are all air inlets and outlets of the indoor and outdoor
units unobstructed?
■ Poor cooling.
■ Poor heating.
Does the drain flow out smoothly? Water leakage.
Is piping adequately heat-insulated? Water leakage.
Have the connections been checked for gas leakage? ■ Poor cooling.
■ Poor heating.
■ Stop.
Is the supply voltage conform to the specifications on
the name plate?
Incorrect operation.
Are the cable sizes as specified? Damage of cables.
Are the remote control signals received by the unit? No operation.
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1.3 Setting the Infrared Remote Control
Introduction To set the infrared remote control, you have to set the address for:
■ The receiver of the infrared remote control
■ The infrared remote control.
Setting the address
for the receiver
The address for the receiver of the infrared remote control is factory set to 1. To change this setting,
proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Turn OFF the power.
2 Remove the sealing pad on the top of the receiver.
3 Set the wireless address switch (SS2) according to the table below. You can find the wire-
less address switch attached on the PCB of the receiver and it is visible through the small
opening on the back of the receiver.
4 If you use a wired and an infrared remote control for one indoor unit, proceed as follows:
1. Set the wired remote control to MAIN: On the remote control.
2. Set the infrared remote control to SUB: On the receiver with the MAIN/SUB switch
(SS1).
5 Seal off the opening of the address switch and the MAIN/SUB switch with the attached
sealing pad.
6 Make sure to also change the address on the remote control.
1
2
3
M
S
S
2
S
S
1
S
Sealing pad
Small opening
Receiver
1
2
1
2
1
2
3 3 3
Unit No.
SS2
No. 3 No. 2 No. 1
S
M
S
M
SS1
MAIN SUB MAIN/SUB
1
2
3
M
S
S
2
S
S
1
S
Sealing pad
Small opening
Receiver
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Setting the address
for the infrared
remote control
The address for the infrared remote control is factory set to 1. To change this setting, proceed as
follows:
Step Action
1 Hold down the FILTER RESET button and the TEST button for at least 4 s, to go to field
set mode. The display indicates the field set mode.
2 Press the FAN button to select a multiple setting (A/b), see ‘Multiple settings A/b’ further
in this section. Each time you press the button, the display switches between “A” and “b”.
FILTER RESET
TEST
FAN
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3 Press the UP and DOWN buttons to set the address. Set the same address as the
receiver (1, 2 or 3). The receiver does not work with addresses 4, 5 and 6.
4 Press the RESERVE button to confirm the setting.
Step Action
UP
DOWN
RESERVE
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Multiple settings
A/b
When an outside control (central remote control...) controls an indoor unit, sometimes the indoor unit
does not respond to ON/OFF and temperature settings commands from this remote control.
5 Press the TEST button to quit the field set mode and return to the normal display.
Step Action
UP
FAN
RESERVE
CANCEL
TIMER
DOWN
TEMP
TIME
ON / OFF
MODE
SWING
/TEST
˚C
TEST
Remote control Indoor unit
Setting
Remote control dis-
play
Control of other air condi-
tioners and units
No other control
A: Standard All items are displayed. Commands other than ON/OFF
and temperature setting
accepted. (1 long beep or
3 short beeps emitted)
b: Multi Sys-
tem
Only one item is dis-
played. This item is
only shown for a few
seconds.
All commands accepted (2 short beeps)
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Part 4
2 Field settings
2.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information:
■ How to change the field settings
■ The field settings
■ The factory settings.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
2.2–How to Change the Field Settings with the Wired Remote Control 4–10
2.3–How to Change the Field Settings with the Infrared Remote Control 4–12
2.4–Overview of the Field Settings of the Indoor Units 4–13
2.5–Overview of the Factory Settings of the Indoor Units 4–14
2.6–Setting the Ceiling Height 4–15
2.7–Setting the Filter Counter 4–16
2.8–MAIN/SUB Setting when Using Two Remote Controls 4–17
2.9–Setting the Centralized Group No. 4–18
2.10–The Field Setting Levels 4–19
2.11–Overview of the Field Settings: R(Y)P71-250B 4–22
2.12–Jumpers 4–23
2.13–DIP switch DS1 4–24
2.14–DIP switch DS2 4–25
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2.2 How to Change the Field Settings with the Wired Remote Control
Installation
conditions
The field settings have to be changed with the remote control according to the installation conditions.
Wired remote
control
The illustration below shows the wired remote control.
Components The table below contains the components of the wired remote control.

C
r
r



No. Component No. Component
1 ON/OFF button 12 Display Defrost
2 Operation lamp (red) 13 Non-functioning
3 Display Under centralized control 14 Timer mode start/stop button
4 Ventilation/air cleaning 15 Timer ON/OFF button
5 Operating mode 16 Inspection/test operation button
6 Inspection/test operation 17 Programming time button
7 Programmed time 18 Temperature setting button
8 Set temperature 19 Filter counter reset button
9 Fan speed 20 Fan speed control button
10 Air flow flap 21 Operating mode selector button
11 Time to clean air filter 22 Air flow direction adjust button
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Setting To set the field settings, you have to change:
■ “Mode No.”
■ “First code No.”
■ “Second code No.”.
To change the field settings, proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Hold down the INSPECTION/TEST button for at least 4 s during normal mode to enter
the “Field setting mode”.
2 Press the TEMPERATURE CONTROL button until the desired “Mode No.” appears.
3 ■ If the indoor unit is under group control, all settings for all the indoor units are set at the
same time. Use the codes 10 to 15 to apply this group control and proceed to the next
step.
■ If you want to set the indoor units of one group individually or if you want to read out
the last settings, use the codes 20 to 25 which are displayed in brackets. Press the
TIMER SELECTION button to select the “Indoor unit No.” for which you want to adjust
the field settings.
4 Press the upper part of the PROGRAMMING TIME button to select the “First code No.”.
5 Press the lower part of the PROGRAMMING TIME button to select the
“Second code No”.
6 Press the CONFIRMATION button to confirm the changed setting.
7 Press the INSPECTION/TEST button to return to “Normal mode”.
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2.3 How to Change the Field Settings with the Infrared Remote Control
Optional
accessories
If optional accessories are mounted on the indoor unit, the indoor unit setting may have to be changed.
Refer to OH98-2 or the installation manual (optional handbook) for each optional accessory.
Infrared remote
control
The illustration below shows the infrared remote control.
Setting To set the field settings, you have to change:
■ “Mode No.”
■ “First code No.”
■ “Second code No.”.
To change the field settings, proceed as follows:
RESERVE button
INSPECTION/TEST button
Mode No.
Field setting mode
UP button
DOWN button
First code No.
Second code No.
MODE button
Step Action
1 Hold down the INSPECTION/TEST button for at least 4 s during normal mode to enter
the “Field setting mode”.
2 Press the MODE button to select the desired “Mode No.”.
3 Press the UP button to select the “First code No.”.
4 Press the DOWN button to select the “Second code No.”
5 Press the RESERVE button to set the present settings.
6 Press the INSPECTION/TEST button to return to the “Normal mode”.
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2.4 Overview of the Field Settings of the Indoor Units
Field settings The table below contains the possible field settings of all indoor units.
Mode
No.
First
code
No.
Description of the setting
Second code No.
01 02 03 04
10 or 20 0 Filter counter Long Short — —
1 Filter type Long Super long External Oil mist
2 Remote thermistor of the
remote control
TH1 = rem.
control
TH1 = air
return
— —
3 Filter display Filter indic. No filter indic. — —
9 Centralized control Yes No — —
11 or 21 0 Number indoor to 1 outdoor Pair Twin Triple Double twin
1 Unified or indiv. set twin Group setting Indiv. setting — —
2 Fan OFF at thermostat OFF LL-speed OFF — —
12 or 22 0 KRP1B51/52/53 X1/X2 output Thermostat
ON
Option Operation Malfunction
3 Fan speed heating thermostat
OFF
LL-speed Set speed — —
5 Automatic restart Disabled Enabled — —
13 or 23 0 Ceiling height setting Normal High Extra high —
1 4-, 3- or 2-way air outlet 4-way 3-way 2-way —
3 Horizontal discharge grill Enabled Disabled — —
4 Air flow direction adjust range
setting
Draft preven-
tion
Standard Ceil soil pre-
vention

5 Field fan speed changeover
air outlet
Standard Option 1 Option 2 —
6 External static pressure Normal High Low —
14 or 24 0 Additional timer to guard timer 0 s 5 s 10 s 15 s
15 or 25 1 Humidifier during thermostat
OFF
No Yes — —
3 Drain pump during humidify-
ing (heating)
No Yes — —
5 Ventilation unit indiv. setting No Yes — —
6 Air-cleaner unit indiv. setting No Yes — —
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2.5 Overview of the Factory Settings of the Indoor Units
Factory settings The table below contains the factory settings of all indoor units
Mode No.
First code
No.
Second code No.
FHYCP FHYKP FHYBP FAYP FDYP FUYP FHYP
10 or 20 0 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
1 01 — — — 02 01 —
2 02 — — — 02 02 —
3 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
9 — — — — 01 — —
11 or 21 0 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
1 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
2 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
12 or 22 0 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
3 01 — 01 — — — —
5 02 02 02 02 02 02 02
13 or 23 0 01 — — 01 — 01 01
1 01 — — — — — —
3 — 01 — — — — —
4 02 02 — — — — —
5 01 — — 01 — 01 01
6 — 01 01 — — — —
14 or 24 0 01 01 01 — 01 01 01
15 or 25 1 — — — — 01 — —
3 — — — — 01 — —
5 01 01 01 01 — 01 01
6 01 01 01 01 — 01 01
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2.6 Setting the Ceiling Height
Incorrectly setting If you set the remote control incorrectly, a connection mistake malfunction “UA” will appear on the
remote control display.
See ’Malfunctioning Field Setting Switch (UA)’ on page 3–62.
Mode No. 13 or 23
First code No. 0
Set the second code No., according to the tables below.
FHYP
FAYP
FHYCP and FUYP
Second code No. Ceiling-suspended type
01 Height < 2.7 m
02 2.7 m < height < 3.5 m
03 Not used
Second code No. Wall-mounted type
01 Normal
02 High
03 Extra high
Indoor unit Second code No. 4-way outlet 3-way outlet 2-way outlet
FHYCP35-71 01 < 2.7 m < 3.0 m < 3.5 m
02 < 3.0 m < 3.3 m < 3.8 m
03 < 3.5 m < 3.5 m —
FHYCP100-125 01 < 3.2 m < 3.6 m < 4.2 m
02 < 3.6 m < 4.0 m < 4.2 m
03 < 4.2 m < 4.2 m —
FUYP 01 < 2.7 m < 3.0 m < 3.5 m
02 < 3.0 m < 3.5 m < 3.8 m
03 < 3.5 m < 3.8 m —
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2.7 Setting the Filter Counter
Mode No. 10 or 20
First code No. 0
When the filter counter indication time is set to ON, set the second code No., according to the table
below
When there is a heavy contamination and a long life filter is installed, the setting hours for the units
FHYCP and FHYP are 1 250 h.
Fan speed OFF
when
thermostat OFF
When the cool/heat thermostat is OFF, you can stop the indoor unit fan by switching the setting to
“Fan OFF”. This setting is used as a countermeasure against odour, for example for barber shops and
restaurants.
Fan speed
changeover when
thermostat OFF
You can switch the fan speed to the set fan speed when the heating thermostat is OFF. This setting is
called “Set Fan Speed”.
Air flow direction
setting
Set the air flow direction of the indoor units as given in the table below. This setting is needed when
the optional air outlet blocking pad has been installed. The “Second code No” is factory set to “01”.
Second code No. Contamination
Filter specifications
Long life Standard Ultra long life
01 Light contamination 2 500 h 200 h 10 000 h
02 Heavy contamination 1 100 h 100 h 5 000 h
Mode No. First code No. Second code No. Setting
11 or 21 2
01 —
02 Fan OFF
Mode No. First code No. Second code No. Setting
12 or 22 3
01 LL fan speed
02 Set fan speed
Mode No First code No Second code No Setting
13 or 23 1
01 F: four-direction air flow
02 T: three-direction air flow
03 W: two direction air flow
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2.8 MAIN/SUB Setting when Using Two Remote Controls
Situation The MAIN/SUB setting is necessary when one indoor unit is controlled by two remote controls. When
you use two remote controls (control panel and separate remote control), set one to MAIN and the
other to SUB. You can do this by setting the switch on the remote control’s PCB.
Setting The remote controls are factory set to MAIN, so you only have to change one remote control from
MAIN to SUB. To change a remote control from MAIN to SUB, proceed as follows:
Step Action
1 Insert a flathead screwdriver into the recess between the upper and lower part of the
remote control, as shown in the illustration below. Gently pry off the upper part of the
remote control, working from the two possible positions.
2 Turn the MAIN/SUB changeover switch on the PCB to “S”.
Upper part of the
remote control
Lower part of the
remote control
S
M
S
M
The switch is set to
MAIN (factory setting)
Set the switch to SUB.
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2.9 Setting the Centralized Group No.
When? If you want to carry out centralized control with a central remote control and a unified ON/OFF control,
you have to set the group No. for each group with the remote control.
Wired remote
control
The illustration below shows the wired remote control.
Setting To set the “Centralized group No.”, proceed as follows:
Individually
address setting
If the address must be set individually for each unit, set the “Mode No.” to “30”. For example, for power
consumption counting.
Group No.
Mode No.
Initial setting mode
Step Action
1 Switch ON the power supply of the central remote control, the unified ON/OFF control
and the indoor unit(s).
2 Hold down the INSPECTION/TEST button for at least 4 s during normal mode to enter
the “Field setting mode”.
3 Press the TEMPERATURE CONTROL button until “Mode No.” “00” appears.
4 Press the INSPECTION/TEST button to inspect the group No. display.
5 Set the “Group No.” for each group by pressing the PROGRAMMING TIME button.
The “Group No.” rises in the order of 1—00, 1—01, ..., 1—15, 2—00, ..., 2—15, 3—00,
etc. The unified ON/OFF control however displays only the range of group numbers
selected by the switch for setting each address.
6 Press the CONFIRMATION button to enter the selected group No.
7 Press the INSPECTION/TEST button to return to normal mode.
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2.10 The Field Setting Levels
Introduction The three field setting levels are:
■ Inspection level
■ Monitoring level
■ Maintenance mode settings.
The inspection level The inspection level is the highest level of the three field setting levels. You can change the views in
the inspection level by pressing the INSPECTION/TEST button.
The flow chart below explains the different windows of the inspection level.
Normal display
Last occurred
malfunction
Indoor model and
size
System
Test
Push INSPECTION/TEST button
Push INSPECTION/TEST button
Push INSPECTION/TEST button
Push INSPECTION/TEST button
Push
INSPECTION/TEST
button
See possible
system settings.
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Possible system
settings
The table below contains the possible system settings, which are displayed on the remote control if
the TEST button is pushed twice shortly.
Changing the mode
settings
To enter the monitoring level and to change the maintenance mode settings, proceed as follows:
Size
Software
Type
Settings Display Settings Display
35 35
5
FHYCP FC
45 45 FHYP HC
60 63 FAYP AC
71 71 FHYKP EC
100 100 FHYBP JC
125 125 FUYP 3C
200 200 FDYP UC
250 250 —
Step Action
1 Hold down the INSPECTION/TEST button for at least 4 s to enter the field setting mode.
2 Hold down the INSPECTION/TEST button for at least 4 s to enter the maintenance mode.
3 Press the TEMPERATURE CONTROL buttons as many times as needed to select the
mode No. you want.
4 Press the TIMER SELECTION button as many times as needed to select the unit No. you
want.
5 Carry out the settings for modes 44 and 45. See “Maintenance Mode Settings” further in
this section.
6 Press the CONFIRMATION button to confirm the settings of modes 44 and 45.
7 Press the INSPECTION/TEST button to return to the normal operating mode.
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Maintenance Mode
Settings
The table below describes the maintenance mode settings.
Mode No. Function Content and operation method Example of the remote control display
40
History error
codes
Display malfunction history
The history No. can be changed with the pro-
gramming time button.
41
Thermistor
data display
Select the display thermistor with the pro-
gramming time button.
Thermistor:
0. Remote control thermistor
1. Suction thermistor
2. Heat exchanger thermistor.
43 Forced fan ON Turns the fan ON for each unit individually.
44
Individual
setting
Sets fan speed and air flow direction for each
unit individually when using group control.
Settings are made using the “air flow direc-
tion adjust” and “fan speed adjust” buttons.
Confirmation by the confirmation button is
required.
45
Unit No.
change
Changes unit No.
Set the unit No. after changing with the pro-
gramming time buttons.
Confirmation by the confirmation button is
required.
Past error code
Malfunction
history
* “00” displayed for 3 and subsequent
0: Newest
2: Oldest
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CODE
SETTING
Unit No.
Unit No.
Thermistor
Temperature
SETTING
Unit No.
SETTING
Unit No.
SETTING
Fan
speed
1: Low
3: High
Air flow direction
CODE
Unit No.
SETTING
CODE
Field set No
No after change
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2.11 Overview of the Field Settings: R(Y)P71-250B
Jumpers The table below contains the jumper field settings.
DIP switches The table below contains the DIP switch field settings.
BS The table below contains the BS field setting.
Pump down Pump down is preferably carried out with the indoor unit set to “fan only” in order to avoid compressor
restart with closed stop valves after finishing the previous pump down operation (close stop valves,
turn OFF the power supply).
If accidentally, the power was switched back ON, the unit will automatically restart with closed stop
valves, which may result in a possible compressor breakdown.
Jumper Label on PCB Function Applicable units See page
J1 Thermo CTR Change thermostat OFF control indoor unit ■ RP71-250B
■ RYP71-250B
4–23
J3 Thermo CTR2 Change thermostat ON control indoor unit 4–23
DIP
switch
Label on PCB Function Applicable units Details
DS1-1 E.V. open during defrost Increase E.V. opening degree during
defrost
RYP71-250B 4–24
DS1-2 Defrost starting condition Increase possibility to start defrost 4–24
DS2-1 Defrost starting time Change defrost interval RYP71-250B 4–25
DS2-2 Mode B Reduce E.V. opening degree during defrost 4–25
DS2-3 Freeze 1 Disable intelligent function ■ RP71-250B
■ RYP71-250B
4–26
DS2-4 Freeze 2 Increase possibility to start freeze-up 4–26
DS3-1 Emergency ON/OFF Switch emergency operation outdoor unit
ON
■ RP71-250B
■ RYP71-250B

DS3-2 Cool / Heat Select emergency cooling / heating opera-
tion on outdoor unit
RYP71-250B —
BS Label on PCB Function Applicable units Details
BS Pump down / forced
defrost
Cooling/fan only: Pump down (see further
in this section)
Heating: Forced defrosting
■ RP71-250B
■ RYP71-250B

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2.12 Jumpers
Input and output The table below describes the input and the output of the jumpers.
J1 The function of jumper J1 is to reduce the possibility of thermostat OFF (reduce ON/OFF cycle compr.).
J3 The function of jumper J3 is to increase the differential for thermo ON.
Item Description
Input ΔTr Cooling ΔTr = Tr - Ts ■ Tr = indoor unit suction air temp.
■ Ts = temp. set by the remote control
Heating ΔTr = Ts - Tr
Output Magnetic switch compressor K1M
Factory setting (closed state) Field setting (open state)
Thermostat goes into OFF-state when
ΔTr ≤ 0.0°C
Thermostat goes into OFF-state when
■ -0.5°C < ΔTr ≤ 0.0°C for 3 min, or
■ -1.5°C < ΔTr ≤ -0.5°C for 1 min, or
■ ΔTr ≤ -1.5°C
+1.0
0.0
ΔTr
Input: ΔTr
Output: K1M
ON
OFF
≥ 3 min
-1.5
+1.0
0.0
-0.5
ΔTr
Input: ΔTr
Output: K1M
ON
OFF
≥ 3 min
ΔTr ≤ 0.0°C and ≥ 3 min
ΔTr ≤ -0.5°C and ≥ 1 min
ΔTr ≤ -1.5°C no delay
Factory setting (closed state) Field setting (open state)
Thermostat goes into ON-state when
ΔTr ≥ 1.0°C
Thermostat goes into ON-state when
ΔTr ≥ 4.5°C
+1.0
ΔTr
0.0
Input: ΔTr
Output: K1M
ON
OFF
Pump down
+4.5
ΔTr
0.0
Input: ΔTr
Output: K1M
ON
OFF
Pump down
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2.13 DIP switch DS1
Priority The table below contains the priority of the DIP switches.
DS1-1:
E.V. opening during
defrost
The table below describes the DIP switch.
DS1-2:
Defrost starting
condition
The table below describes the DIP switch.
When... are ON Then... has priority.
■ DS1-2
■ DS2-1
DS1-2
■ DS1-1
■ DS2-2
DS1-1
Setting Illustration Function
Factory setting OFF At the start-up of the defrost operation, the E.V. will be opened to
the max. (480 pulses) for a limited time (1 or 2 min), before clos-
ing to 100 pulses.
Field setting ON The opening of the E.V. can change to the max. (480 pulses) in
order to increase the defrost capacity.
Mind the increased risk of liquid back.
1 2
1 2
Setting Illustration Function
Factory setting OFF For temperature settings at defrosting, see page 2–38.
Accumulated operation time for defrost activation = 3 h.
Field setting ON ■ Increases the temp. conditions for defrost activation with 4°C.
■ Changes the accumulated operation time from 3 h to 40 min
in order to advance the defrosting operation.
1 2
1 2
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2.14 DIP switch DS2
Priority The table below contains the priority of the DIP switches.
DS2-1:
Defrost starting
time
The table below describes the DIP switch.
DS2-2:
Mode B
The table below describes the DIP switch.
When... are ON Then... has priority.
■ DS1-2
■ DS2-1
DS1-2
■ DS1-1
■ DS2-2
DS1-1
Setting Illustration Function
Factory setting OFF Accumulated operation time for defrost operation
= 3 h.
Field setting ON Changes the accumulated operation time for the
defrost operation from 3 h to 24 h in order to delay
the defrosting operation.
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
Setting Illustration Function
Factory setting OFF At the start-up of the defrost operation, the E.V.
opens at the max. (480 pulses) for a limited time
(1 or 2 min), before closing to 100 pulses.
Field setting ON Changes the following in order to avoid liquid back
to the compressor:
■ Changes the limited time of E.V. opening at
max. (480 pulses) from 1 or 2 min to 30 s.
■ Stops the compressor at defrost start and stop.
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
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DS2-3:
Freeze 1
The table below describes the DIP switch.
DS2-4:
Freeze 2
The table below describes the DIP switch.
Setting Illustration Function
Factory setting OFF Enables the “intelligent” control function.
See page 2–28.
Field setting ON Disables the “intelligent” control function. It returns
to the freeze-up activation conditions similar as for
the G- and K-types.
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
Setting Illustration Function
Factory setting OFF Normal operation.
Field setting ON Enables the countermeasure to avoid ice/water
blow-out during freeze-up cycle.
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
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3 Test Run and Operation Data
Introduction This chapter contains the following information:
■ General operation data
■ Operation ranges.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
3.1–General Operation Data 4–28
3.2–RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1,
RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1
4–29
3.3–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 4–30
3.4–RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 4–31
3.5–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 4–32
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3.1 General Operation Data
During cooling
mode and dry keep
The operating conditions must be as follows:
The operation values are guidelines in the operation range:
■ LP: 3.0~6.5 barg (low pressure)
■ HP: 12.0~28.0 barg (high pressure)
■ Td: 60~95°C (discharge pipe temperature compressor)
■ Ts: -2~15°C (suction pipe temperature compressor)
■ ΔTi: 8~16°C (indoor temperature difference ⎥ air return – air outlet⎥ ).
During heating
mode
The operating conditions must be as follows:
The operation values are guidelines in the operation range:
■ LP: 1.8~6.4 barg (low pressure)
■ HP: 13.0~28.0 barg (high pressure)
■ Td: 55~95°C (discharge pipe temperature compressor)
■ Ts: -15~10°C (suction pipe temperature compressor)
■ ΔTi: 12~32°C (indoor temperature difference ⎥ air return – air outlet⎥ ).
Items Operating modes If the operation is out this range...
Outdoor temp. ■ c/o: -15 to +46°CDB
■ h/p: -5 to +46°CDB
■ A safety device may stop the operation.
■ Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and
start dripping.
Indoor temp. +14 to +28°CWB
Indoor humidity 80%
Items Operating modes If the operation is out this range...
Outdoor temp. -10 to +15.5°CWB A safety device may stop the operation.
Indoor temp. +15 to +27°CDB
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3.2 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1,
RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1
Conditions The illustration in this section is based on the following conditions:
■ Equivalent piping length: 7.5 m
■ Level difference: 0 m
■ Air flow rate: High.
Operation range The illustration below shows the operation range.
44
46
14 28 25
-15
Outdoor temp.
(°CDB)
Indoor temp.
(°CWB)
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3.3 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1
Conditions The illustration in this section is based on the following conditions:
■ Equivalent piping length: 70 m
■ Level difference: 30 m
■ Indoor air flow rate: 72 m³/min (200 class), 90 m³/min (250 class).
Operation range The illustration below shows the operation range.
-5
25 14 28
46
43
Outdoor temp.
(°CDB)
Indoor temp.
(°CWB)
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3.4 RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1
and RYP125B7W1
Conditions The illustrations in this section are based on the following conditions:
■ Equivalent piping length: 7.5 m
■ Level difference: 0 m
■ Air flow rate: High.
Operation range:
Cooling
The illustration below shows the operation range.
Operation range:
Heating
The illustration below shows the operation range.
44
46
-5
12 25 28
Outdoor temp.
(°CDB)
Indoor temp.
(°CWB)
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Conditions The illustrations in this section are based on the following conditions:
■ Equivalent piping length: 70 m
■ Level difference: 30 m
■ Indoor air flow rate: 72 m³/min (200 class), 90 m³/min (250 class).
Operation range:
Cooling
The illustration below shows the operation range.
Operation range:
Heating
The illustration below shows the operation range.
43
46
28 14 25
-5
Outdoor temp.
(°CDB)
Indoor temp.
(°CWB)
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Part 5
Disassembly and
Maintenance
What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter See page
1–Disassembly and Maintenance: Outdoor Units 5–3
2–Disassembly and Maintenance: Indoor Units 5–29
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Part 5
1 Disassembly and Maintenance: Outdoor Units
1.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information on the outdoor units:
■ Exploded views
■ Components.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
1.2–R35GZ7V11 5–4
1.3–R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 5–6
1.4–RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1v 5–8
1.5–R60GZ7W11 5–10
1.6–MA56GZ7W11 5–12
1.7–MA90GZ7W11 5–14
1.8–RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1 and RP71B7T1 5–16
1.9–RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 5–18
1.10–RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1 5–20
1.11–RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 5–22
1.12–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 5–24
1.13–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 5–26
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1.2 R35GZ7V11
Exploded view The illustration below shows the exploded view.
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate assy 27 Stop valve assy (liquid line)
1.1 DAIKIN name plate 27.1 Stop valve cover
1.2 R407C sticker 28 Flare nut
2 Right side plate 29 Stop valve assy (gas line)
3 Top plate 29.1 Stop valve cover
4 Discharge grille 29.2 Valve core
5 Suction grille 29.3 Blind cap
6 Bottom frame 30 Flare nut
7 Set plate for compressor 31 Service port assy
8 Service cover assy 31.1 Valve core
8.1 Wiring diagram sticker 31.2 Blind cap
9 Handle 32 Fan motor
10 Partition plate 33 Propeller fan
11 Fan motor stand 34 Fan nut
12 Compressor 35 Switch box assy
13 Compressor rubber 35.1 Switch box set plate
14 Nut 35.2 Magnetic contactor
15 Terminal cover 35.3 Magnetic switch
16 Terminal nut 35.4 Running capacitor
17 Terminal rubber 35.5 Capacitor (fan motor)
18 Compressor sound absorber 1 35.6 Thermostat
19 Compressor sound absorber 2 35.7 Surge absorber
20 Compressor sound absorber 3 35.8 Wire terminal
21 Compressor sound absorber top 35.9 Wire clamp
22 Sound absorber 35.10 Insulation strip
23 Outdoor heat exchanger assy 35.11 Noise filter assy
24 Bypass sealing plate 35.12 Capacitor fixing band
25 Cushion for heat exchanger assy 35.13 Reverse phase protector
26 Capillary tube assy 36 Overload protector
26.1 Capillary tube 1 37 Set plate for thermistor
26.2 Capillary tube 2 —
26.3 Capillary joint
26.4 Sound absorber putty
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1.3 R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11
Exploded view The illustration below shows the exploded view.
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate assy 27 Stop valve assy (liquid line)
1.1 DAIKIN name plate 27.1 Stop valve cover
1.2 R407C sticker 28 Flare nut
2 Right side plate 29 Stop valve assy (gas line)
3 Top plate 29.1 Stop valve cover
4 Discharge grille 29.2 Valve core
5 Suction grille 29.3 Blind cap
6 Bottom frame 30 Flare nut
7 Set plate for compressor 31 Service port assy
8 Service cover assy 31.1 Valve core
8.1 Wiring diagram sticker 31.2 Blind cap
9 Handle 32 Fan motor
10 Partition plate 33 Propeller fan
11 Fan motor stand 34 Fan nut
12 Compressor 35 Switch box assy
13 Compressor rubber 35.1 Switch box set plate
14 Nut 35.2 Magnetic contactor
15 Terminal cover 35.3 Magnetic switch
16 Terminal nut 35.4 Running capacitor
17 Terminal rubber 35.5 Capacitor (fan motor)
18 Compressor sound absorber 1 35.6 Thermostat
19 Compressor sound absorber 2 35.7 Surge absorber
20 Compressor sound absorber 3 35.8 Wire terminal
21 Compressor sound absorber top 35.9 Wire clamp
22 Sound absorber 35.10 Insulation strip
23 Outdoor heat exchanger assy 35.11 Noise filter assy
24 Bypass sealing plate 35.12 Capacitor fixing band
25 Cushion for heat exchanger assy 35.13 Reverse phase protector
26 Capillary tube assy 36 Overload protector
26.1 Capillary tube 1 37 Set plate for thermistor
26.2 Capillary tube 2 —
26.3 Capillary joint
26.4 Sound absorber putty
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No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate 28 Solenoid valve assy
2 Side plate right rear 29 High-pressure switch
2.1 Handgrip 30 Stop valve assy (liquid line)
3 Side plate right left 30.1 Valve cap (stop valve)
3.1 DAIKIN name plate 31 Flare nut
3.2 Handgrip 32 Stop valve assy (gas line)
3.3 R407C sticker 32.1 Valve core (service port)
4 Top plate 32.2 Cover for service port
4.1 Wiring diagram 32.3 Stop valve cover
4.2 Fault diagnosis name plate 33 Flare nut
5 Air discharge grille assy 34 Fan motor
6 Suction grille 35 Propeller fan assy
7 Bottom frame assy 36 Fan nut
8 Service cover assy 37 Switch box assy
9 Partition plate 37.1 Switch box plate
10 Fan motor stand 37.2 PCB assy
11 Compressor 37.2.1 Varistor
12 Spring holder upper 37.3 Locking guard spacer
13 Spring 37.4 Power transformer
14 Spring holder lower 37.5 Transformer fixing plate
15 Flange nut 37.6 Thermistor assy
16 Terminal cover 37.7 Magnetic contactor
17 Retainer o.l. relay 37.8 Running capacitor
18 Lead wire protection bush 37.9 Capacitor fixing band
19 Compressor sound absorber shell 37.10 Fan capacitor
20 Accumulator 37.11 Set plate for high-pressure switch
21 Accumulator sound absorber shell 37.12 Terminal strip
22 Heat exchanger assy 37.13 Wire clamp
22.1 Service port assy 37.14 Insulation strip for wire clamp
22.1.1 Valve core (service port) 37.15 Filter capacitor assy
22.1.2 Cover for service port 38 Overload protector
23 Heat exchanger fixing plate 39 Outdoor thermistor mounting plate
24 Bypass seal plate 40 Set metal (thermistor use)
25 Cushion outdoor heat exchanger 41 Strainer
26 Capillary assy 42 Accumulator cushion rubber
27 4-way valve body 43 Plate spring
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No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate assy 21 Flare nut
2 Side plate back assy 22 Gas stop valve assy
2.1 Handgrip 22.1 Valve core service port
3 Side plate front assy 22.2 Cover for service port
3.1 DAIKIN name plate 22.3 Stop valve cover
3.2 R407C sticker 23 Flare nut
3.3 Handgrip 24 Strainer
4 Top plate 25 Fan motor
4.1 Wiring diagram 26 Propeller fan assy
5 Discharge grille 27 Fan nut
6 Suction grille 28 Heat exchanger fixing plate
7 Bottom frame + set plate assy 29 Cushion outdoor heat exchanger
7.1 Bottom frame assy 30 Outdoor thermistor mounting plate
7.2 Compressor set plate assy 31 Switch box assy
8 Service cover assy 31.1 Switch box plate
9 Partition plate 31.2 Fan capacitor
10 Fan motor stand 31.3 Reverse phase protector
11 Compressor with accumulator 31.4 Magnetic switch
12 Compressor rubber 31.5 Surge absorber
13 Compressor nut 31.6 Magnetic contactor
14 Terminal rubber 31.7 Thermostat
15 Terminal cover 31.8 Terminal strip
16 Terminal nut 31.9 Noise filter
17 Compresssor sound absorber shell 31.10 Wire clamp
18 Heat exchanger assy 31.11 Insulation strip for wire clamp
19 Liquid pipe asy 31.12 Locking guard spacer
19.1 Capillary tube —
20 Liquid stop valve assy
20.1 Valve cap (stop valve)
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate 32 Union joint (liquid line)
2 Side plate back assy 33 Union joint (gas line)
2.1 Handgrip 34 Union joint (gas line)
3 Side plate front assy 35 Union joint (gas line)
3.1 DAIKIN name plate 36 Flare nut
3.2 Handgrip 37 Flare nut
3.3 R407C sticker 38 Flare nut
4 Top plate assy 39 Flare nut
4.1 Wiring diagram 40 Fan motor
5 Air discharge grille assy 41 Propeller fan
6 Suction grille 42 Fan nut
7 Bottom frame assy 43 Switch box assy
8 Service cover assy 43.1 Switch box plate
9 Partition plate 43.2 PCB assy
10 Fan motor stand 43.2.1 Fuse (printed circuit)
11 Piping mounting plate cover assy 43.2.2 Varistor
11.1 Liquid/gas indication N/P 43.3 PCB assy
12 Compressor 43.4 Reverse phase protector
13 Compressor rubber 43.5 Locking card spacer
14 Compressor nut 43.6 Power transformer
15 Terminal cover 43.7 Magnetic contactor
16 Terminal nut 43.8 Magnetic contactor
17 Terminal rubber 43.9 Fan capacitor
18 Compressor set plate assy 43.10 Noise filter
19 Set plate for thermistor 43.11 Surge absorber
20 Compressor sound absorber shell 43.12 Electronic expansion valve coil
21 Accumulator assy 43.13 Terminal strip
22 Heat exchanger assy 43.14 Terminal strip
23 Heat exchanger assy 43.15 Wire clamp (lead wire)
24 Cushion outdoor heat exchanger 43.16 Insulation strip for wire clamp
25 Low pressure control valve 43.17 Wire clamp
26 Motor valve 43.18 Insulation strip for wire clamp
27 Branch pipe 43.19 Low ambient thermostat
28 Stop valve outlet pipe assy 44 Set plate half union joint
29 Strainer 45 Set plate half union joint
30 Stop valve assy (liquid line) 46 Set plate half union joint
30.1 Valve core 47 Set plate half union joint
30.2 Blind cap —
30.3 Valve cap (stop valve)
31 Stop valve assy (gas line)
31.1 Valve core
31.2 Blind cap
31.3 Valve cap (stop valve)
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1.7 MA90GZ7W11
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
1 Bottom frame assy 41 Accumulator assy
2 Installation leg 42 Strainer
3 Partition plate 43 Strainer
4 Fan motor stand 44 Capillary tube bended
5 Fan motor stand mounting plate 45 Low pressure control valve
6 Front plate 46 High-pressure switch
7 Side plate front assy 47 Solenoid valve body
8 Side plate back assy 48 Solenoid valve coil assy
9 Service cover assy 49 Set screw (solenoid valve)
9.1 Wiring diagram 50 Fan motor
10 Stay 51 Fan propeller assy
11 Frame plate 52 Fan nut
12 Suction grille 1 53 Switch box metal assy
13 Suction grille 2 54 Switch box plate
14 Discharge grille assy 55 Running capacitor (fan motor)
15 Top plate assy 56 Magnetic contactor
16 Piping mounting plate cover 57 Fuse (printed circuit)
17 Piping mounting plate assy 58 Thermistor
18 Handgrip 59 Power transformer
19 Connection plate 60 PCB assy
20 DAIKIN name plate 61 PCB assy
21 R407C sticker 62 PCB assy
22 Compressor with accumulator 63 Locking card spacer
23 Compressor rubber 64 Film capacitor
24 Compressor nut 64.1 Noise filter
25 Terminal cover (compressor) 65 Terminal strip (control circuit)
26 Termnal nut (compressor) 66 Terminal strip 4p ( (control circuit)
27 Terminal rubber (compressor) 67 Terminal strip (power source)
28 Compressor sound absorber shell 68 Cable clamp
29 Heat exchanger assy 69 Cable clamp
30 Heat exchanger fixing plate 70 Cable clamp
31 Stop valve assy (liquid line) 71 Thermistor set spring
32 Valve cap 72 Discharge thermostat
33 Stop valve assy (gas line) 73 Thermistor set spring
34 Cap. stop valve 74 Low ambient thermostat
35 Union joint (liquid line) 75 Packing (reducing joint)
36 Union joint (gas line) 76 Packing (reducing joint)
37 Union joint (gas line) 77 Packing (reducing joint)
38 Motor operated body 78 Packing (reducing joint)
39 Motor valve coil 79 Reducing joint
40 Motor valve coil 80 Packing (flare nut)
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1.8 RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1 and RP71B7T1
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate 1 32 Filter
2 Front plate 2 33 Filter
3 Assy sealing side plate 34 Fan propeller
4 Top plate assy 35 Washer
5 Bottom frame assy 36 Nut with washer
6 Fixation leg 37 Receiver
7 Partition plate assy 38 Fan motor
8 DAIKIN name plate 39 Switch box body
9 Stop valve mounting plate 40 Magnetic contactor + OC
10 Fan motor base 41 Starting relay
11 Air discharge grille 42 PCB assy
12 Air suction grille 42.1 Glass tube fuse
13 Handle 43 PCB assy
14 Compressor scroll 44 Transformer
15 Rubber cushion pre-assy 45 Air thermistor
16 Nut with washer 46 Heat exchanger thermistor
17 Bolt for compressor 47 Discharge thermistor
18 Compresser sound absorber 48 Resin PCB support
19 Heat exchanger 49 Running capacitor compressor
20 Motor valve body 50 Running capacitor compressor
21 Coil motor valve 51 Start capacitor compressor
22 Solenoid valve coil 52 Capacitor fan motor
23 Solenoid valve 53 Resistor assy
24 High-pressure switch 54 Terminal strip
25 Low-pressure switch 55 Locking card spacer
26 Charge valve 56 Compressor cable assy
26.1 Valve core (service port) 57 Thermistor fixing plate
26.2 Blinde cap (service port) 58 Thermistor mounting spring
27 Stop valve assy 59 Thermistor mounting spring
28 Stop valve assy 60 Stop valve cover
29 Service cap 61 Bottom tray assy
30 Flare nut 62 Packing case shell
31 Flare nut 63 Packing cushion assy
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1.9 RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1
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No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate 1 34 Filter
2 Front plate 2 35 Filter
3 Assy sealing side plate 36 Fan propeller
4 Top plate assy 37 Washer
5 Bottom plate assy 38 Nut with washer
6 Fixation leg 39 Fan motor
7 Partition plate assy 40 Switch box body
8 Stop valve mounting plate 41 Magnetic contactor + OC
9 Fan motor base 42 Starting relay
10 Air discharge grille 43 PCB assy
11 Suction grille 43.1 Glass tube fuse
12 Handle 44 PCB assy
13 Compressor scroll 45 Transformer
14 Rubber cushion pre-assy 46 Air thermistor
15 Nut with washer 47 Heat exchanger thermistor
16 Bolt for compressor 48 Discharge thermistor
17 Compressor sound absorber 49 Resin PCB support
18 Heat exchanger 50 Running capacitor compressor
19 Receiver 51 Running capacitor compressor
20 4-way valve 52 Start capacitor compressor
21 Coil 4-way valve 53 Capacitor fan motor
22 Motor valve body 54 Resistor assy
23 Coil motor valve 55 Terminal strip
24 Solenoid valve coil 56 Locking card spacer
25 Solenoid valve 57 Compressor cable assy
26 High-pressure switch 58 Thermistor fixing plate
27 Low-pressure switch 59 Thermistor mounting spring
28 Charge valve 60 Thermistor mounting spring
28.1 Valve core (service port) 61 Filter
28.2 Blind cap (service port) 62 DAIKIN name plate
29 Stop valve assy 63 Stop valve cover
30 Stop valve assy 64 Bottom tray assy
31 Service cap 65 Packing case shell
32 Flare nut 66 Packing cushion assy
33 Flare nut —
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No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate 1 34 Fan propeller
2 Front plate 2 35 Washer
3 Side plate 36 Nut with washer
4 Top plate assy 37 Receiver
5 Bottom frame assy 38 Fan motor
6 Fixation leg 39 Fan motor
7 Partition plate assy 40 Switch box body
8 DAIKIN name plate 41 Magnetic contactor + OC
9 Stop valve mounting plate 42 Starting relay
10 Fan motor base 43 PCB assy
11 Air discharge grille 43.1 Glass tube fuse
12 Air suction grille 44 PCB assy
13 Handle 45 Transformer
14 Compressor scroll 46 Air thermistor
15 Rubber cushion pre-assy 47 Heat exchanger thermistor
16 Nut with washer 48 Discharge thermistor
17 Bolt for compressor 49 Resin PCB support
18 Compressor sound absorber 50 Running capacitor compressor
19 Heat exchanger assy 51 Running capacitor compressor
20 Motorized expansion valve 52 Start capacitor compressor
21 Coil of motor valve 53 Capacitor fan motor
22 Solenoid valve coil 54 Resistor assy
23 Solenoid valve 55 Terminal strip
24 High-pressure switch 56 Locking card spacer
25 Low-pressure switch 57 Compressor cable assy
26 Charge valve 58 Compressor cable assy
26.1 Valve core (service port) 59 Clamp for harness
26.2 Blind cap (service port) 60 Thermistor fixing plate
27 Stop valve assy 61 Thermistor mounting spring
28 Stop valve assy 62 Thermistor mounting spring
29 Service cap 63 Stop valve cover
30 Flare nut 64 Bottom tray assy
31 Flare nut 65 Packing case shell
32 Filter 66 Packing cushion assy
33 Filter —
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1.11 RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1
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No. Component No. Component
1 Front plate 1 35 Filter
2 Front plate 2 36 Filter
3 Side plate 37 Fan propeller
4 Top plate assy 38 Washer
5 Bottom frame assy 39 Nut with washer
6 Fixation leg 40 Filter
7 Partition plate assy 41 Fan motor
8 DAIKIN name plate 42 Fan motor
9 Stop valve mounting plate 43 Switch box body
10 Fan motor base 44 Magnetic contactor + OC
11 Air discharge grille 45 Starting relay
12 Air suction grille 46 PCB assy
13 Handle 46.1 Glass tube fuse
14 Compressor scroll 47 PCB assy
15 Rubber cushion pre-assy 48 Transformer
16 Nut with washer 49 Air thermistor
17 Bolt for compressor 50 Heat exchanger thermistor
18 Compressor sound absorber 51 Discharge thermistor
19 Heat exchanger 52 Resin PCB support
20 Receiver 53 Running capacitor compressor
21 4-way valve 54 Running capacitor compressor
22 Coil 4-way valve 55 Start capacitor compressor
23 Motor valve body 56 Capacitor fan motor
24 Coil of motor valve 57 Resistor assy
25 Solenoid valve coil 58 Terminal strip
26 Solenoid valve 59 Locking card spacer
27 High-pressure switch 60 Compressor cable assy
28 Low-pressure switch 61 Cable holders
29 Charge valve 62 Clamp for harness
29.1 Valve core (service port) 63 Thermistor fixing plate
29.2 Blind cap (service port) 64 Thermistor mounting spring
30 Stop valve assy 65 Thermistor mounting spring
31 Stop valve assy 66 Stop valve cover
32 Service cap 67 Bottom tray assy
33 Flare nut 68 Packing case shell
34 Flare nut 69 Packing cushion assy
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1.12 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1
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No. Component No. Component
A1 Compressor E20 Fan motor
A2 Rubber cushion pre-assy E22 Thermistor clamp
A3 Hexagon bolt E23 Coil motorized valve
A4 Round plain washer for wood F3 Side plate right
A5 Insulation cover F4 Side plate left
A6 Head cover F5 Front plate upper
A7 Insulation cover F6 Front plate lower
A8 Crankcase heater F7 Front plate lower
B1 Heat exchanger assy F8 Fan motor base
B1.1 Distributor assy F9 Upper stay
B2 Liquid receiver assy F10 Bypass prevention plate
B3 Filter F11 Support rear
B4 Low-pressure switch F12 Support front
B5 Stop valve assy F13 Top plate air outlet
B6 Packing for flange F14 Discharge grille
B7 Hexagon bolt F15 Suction grille
B8 Check valve F16 Stop valve mounting plate assy
B8.1 Fitting body F17 Cover
B8.2 Valve core F18 Bottom plate (sheet metal)
B8.3 Service port F19 Foundation leg
B9 High-pressure switch F20 Thermistor mounting spring
B10 Motor operated valve body F21 Thermistor mounting spring
B11 Solenoid valve body F23 Trough hole cover
B12 Solenoid valve coil K1 DAIKIN name plate
B13 Filter K3 Supplied pip (gas side)
B14 Stop valve assy K3.1 Mating flange
C1 Fan blade assy K3.2 Packing for flange
C1.1 Set screw K4 Supplied pipe (gas side)
E1 Switch box assy L1.1 Wire harness
E2 Switch box main body L1.2
E3 Switch box cover assy L1.3
E4 PCB assy L1.4
E4.1 Glass tube fuse L1.5
E5 Magnetic contactor / Electromagnetic
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E6 Terminal and cover L1.7
E7 PCB assy L1.8
E8 Locking guard spacer L1.9
E9 Resin PCB support L1.10
E11 Capacitor L1.11
E12 PCB assy L1.12
E13 Power supply transformer L1.13
E15 Power supply fixing case L1.14
E16 Air thermistor L1.15
E17 Heat exchanger thermistor L1.16
E18 Discharge thermistor L1.17
E19 Fan motor L1.18
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1.13 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1
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No. Component No. Component
A1 Compressor E18 Discharge thermistor
A2 Rubber cushion pre-assy E19 Fan motor
A3 Hexagon bolt E20 Fan motor
A4 Round plain washer for wood E22 Thermistor clamp
A5 Insulation cover E23 Coil motorized valve
A6 Head cover E24 4-way valve coil assy
A7 Insulation cover F3 Side plate right
A8 Crankcase heater F4 Side plate left
B1 Heat exchanger assy F5 Front plate upper
B1.1 Distributor assy F6 Front plate lower
B2 Liquid receiver assy F7 Front plate lower
B3 4-way valve assy F8 Fan motor base
B3.1 Filter F9 Upper stay
B3.2 Muffler F10 Bypass prevention plate
B3.3 4-way valve body F11 Support rear
B3.4 High-pressure switch F12 Support front
B3.5 Low-pressure switch F13 Top plate air outlet
B3.6 Check valve F14 Discharge grille
B3.6.1 Fitting body F15 Suction grille
B3.6.2 Valve core F16 Stop valve mounting plate assy
B3.6.3 Service port F17 Cover
B3.7 Stop valve assy F18 Bottom plate (sheet metal)
B3.8 Packing for flange F19 Foundation leg
B3.9 Hexagon bolt F20 Thermistor mounting spring
B4 Motor operated valve assy F21 Thermistor mounting spring
B4.1 Motor operated valve body F23 Trough hole cover
B4.2 Solenoid valve K1 DAIKIN name plate
B4.3 Solenoid valve coil assy K3 Supplied pipe (gas side)
B4.4 Filter K3.1 Mating flange
B4.5 Check valve K3.2 Packing for flange
B4.6 Check valve K4 Supplied pipe (gas side)
B4.7 Stop valve assy L1.1 Wire harness
C1 Fan blade assy L1.2
C1.1 Set screw L1.3
E1 Switch box assy L1.4
E2 Switch box main body L1.5
E3 Switch box cover assy L1.6
E4 PCB assy L1.7
E4.1 Glass tube fuse L1.8
E5 Magnetic contactor / Electromagnetic
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E6 Terminal and cover L1.10
E7 PCB assy L1.11
E8 Locking guard spacer L1.12
E9 Resin PCB support L1.13
E11 Capacitor L1.14
E12 PCB assy L1.15
E13 Power supply transformer L1.16
E15 Power supply fixing case L1.17
E16 Air thermistor L1.18
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2 Disassembly and Maintenance: Indoor Units
2.1 What Is in This Chapter?
Introduction This chapter contains the following information on the indoor units:
■ Exploded views
■ Components.
Overview This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic See page
2.2–FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1,
FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1 and
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2.3–FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 5–32
2.4–FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 5–34
2.5–FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 5–36
2.6–FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 5–38
2.7–FHYC71BZV1, FHYC100BZV1 and FHYC125BZV1 5–40
2.8–FH35BZV1, FH45BZV1, FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1 5–42
2.9–FH60BZV1, FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 5–44
2.10–FHK35BZV1, FHK45BZV1, FHK60BZV1, FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1,
FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1
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2.11–FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 5–48
2.12–FUYP71BV17 5–50
2.13–FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 5–52
2.14–FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 5–54
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FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1
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No. Component No. Component
B1 Heat exchanger assy E24 Float switch
B1.1 Distributor with filter E25 Fan motor
B1.2 Single union joint F1 Casing assy
B1.3 Single union joint F6 Inspection cover assy
B1.4 Flare nut F8 Drain pan assy
B1.5 Flare nut F8.1 Drain plug
C1 Fan rotor (turbo) F9 Sound absorbing material
C2 Lock washer F10 Heat exchanger blind plate assy
C3 Nut with washer F11 Heat exchanger mounting plate
E1 Switch box assy F12 Hold plate assy
E2 Switch box body F13 Panel mounting plate
E4 Bell mouth F14 Drain pump mounting plate
E5 Switch box cover assy 1 F15 Vibration isolator
E6 Switch box cover 2 F16 Hexagon mounting bolt
E7.1 PCB assy F17 Vibration isolator
E7.1.1 Air thermistor F18 Nut with washer
E9 Capacitor F19 Feeler bulb clamp
E10 Terminal F21 Rubber bush
E11 Terminal block F22 Inner heat insulator
E12 Power supply transformer G1 Drain hose
E13 Wire harness G2 Hose band
E14 Wire harness H1 Top tray assy
E15 Wire harness H2 Bottom tray assy
E16 Wire harness K1 Drain hose assy
E19 Grounding wire K2 Hose band
E20 Grounding screw K3 Insulation for joint (liquid)
E21 Thermistor (liquid) K4 Insulation for joint (gas)
E23 Drain pump K5 Sealing material
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No. Component No. Component
1 Top plate assy 31.1 Fan top plate
2 Right plate assy 31.2 Fan housing bottom
3 Left plate assy 31.3 Fan housing top
4 Interchangeable plate 31.4 Rotor assy
5 Small bottom plate 31.4.1 Hexagon socket screw
6 Large bottom plate 31.5 Fan motor
7 Air outlet flange 31.6 Fan motor stand
8 Center stay assy 31.7 Motor fixing plate assy
9 Air filter holding plate assy 31.8 Rotor assy
10 Stay for fan top panel assy 31.8.1 Hexagon socket screw
11 Fan side blind plate assy 31.9 Shaft assy
12 Cooler side blind plate assy 31.10 Coupling
13 Pipe setting plate assy 31.11 Vibro proof rubber assy
14 Swtich box cover assy 31.12 Bearing board
15 Drain pan setting plate 31.13 Bearing fixing plate
16 Drain socket cover assy 1 32 Switch box body
17 Drain socket cover assy 2 33 Switch box fixing plate
18 Suspension bracket 34 Terminal fixing plate
19 Drain pan assy 35 Option fixing plate left
19.1 Drain socket cap 36 Option fixing plate right
20 Heat exchanger assy 37 PCB assy
20.1 Distributor with filter assy 37.1 Air thermistor
20.2 Single union joint 38 Power supply transformer
20.3 Single union joint 39 Fan motor capacitor
20.4 Flare nut 40 Terminal for remote control
20.5 Flare nut 41 Terminal for power supply
21 Air filter assy 42 Wire harness
22 Service cover assy 43 Wire harness
23 Drain pump fixing plate 44 Wire harness
24 Service cover cap assy 45 Wire harness
25 Drain pump 46 Tie wrap with clip
26 Float switch 47 Thermistor (liquid)
27 Drain hose assy 48 Thermistor fixing blade
28 Vibration absorber 49 Metal clamp
29 Plain washer 50 Drain hose
30 Fitting bolt drain pump 51 Insulation for joint (gas)
31 Fan assy 52 Insulation for joint (liquid)
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2.4 FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1
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No. Component No. Component
1 Top plate assy 31.1 Fan top plate
2 Right plate assy 31.2 Fan housing bottom
3 Left plate assy 31.3 Fan housing top
4 Interchangeable plate 31.4 Rotor assy
5 Small bottom plate 31.4.1 Hexagon socket screw
6 Large bottom plate 31.5 Fan motor
7 Air outlet flange 31.6 Fan motor stand
8 Center stay assy 31.7 Motor fixing plate assy
9 Air filter holding plate assy 31.8 Rotor assy
10 Stay for fan top panel assy 31.8.1 Hexagon socket screw
11 Fan side blind plate assy 31.9 Shaft assy
12 Cooler side blind plate assy 31.10 Coupling
13 Pipe setting plate assy 31.11 Vibro proof rubber assy
14 Swtich box cover assy 31.12 Bearing board
15 Drain pan setting plate 31.13 Bearing fixing plate
16 Drain socket cover assy 1 32 Switch box body
17 Drain socket cover assy 2 33 Switch box fixing plate
18 Suspension bracket 34 Terminal fixing plate
19 Drain pan assy 35 Option fixing plate left
19.1 Drain socket cap 36 Option fixing plate right
20 Heat exchanger assy 37 PCB assy
20.1 Distributor with filter assy 37.1 Air thermistor
20.2 Single union joint 38 Power supply transformer
20.3 Single union joint 39 Fan motor capacitor
20.4 Flare nut 40 Terminal for remote control
20.5 Flare nut 41 Terminal for power supply
21 Air filter assy 42 Wire harness
22 Service cover assy 43 Wire harness
23 Drain pump fixing plate 44 Wire harness
24 Service cover cap assy 45 Wire harness
25 Drain pump 46 Tie wrap with clip
26 Float switch 47 Thermistor (liquid)
27 Drain hose assy 48 Thermistor fixing blade
28 Vibration absorber 49 Metal clamp
29 Plain washer 50 Drain hose
30 Fitting bolt drain pump 51 Insulation for joint (gas)
31 Fan assy 52 Insulation for joint (liquid)
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No. Component No. Component
1 Top plate assy 31.1 Fan top plate
2 Right plate assy 31.2 Fan housing bottom
3 Left plate assy 31.3 Fan housing top
4 Interchangeable plate 31.4 Rotor assy
5 Small bottom plate 31.4.1 Hexagon socket screw
6 Large bottom plate 31.5 Fan motor
7 Air outlet flange 31.6 Fan motor stand
8 Center stay assy 31.7 Motor fixing plate assy
9 Air filter holding plate assy 31.8 Rotor assy
10 Stay for fan top panel assy 31.8.1 Hexagon socket screw
11 Fan side blind plate assy 31.9 Shaft assy
12 Cooler side blind plate assy 31.10 Coupling
13 Pipe setting plate assy 31.11 Vibro proof rubber assy
14 Swtich box cover assy 31.12 Bearing board
15 Drain pan setting plate 31.13 Bearing fixing plate
16 Drain socket cover assy 1 32 Switch box body
17 Drain socket cover assy 2 33 Switch box fixing plate
18 Suspension bracket 34 Terminal fixing plate
19 Drain pan assy 35 Option fixing plate left
19.1 Drain socket cap 36 Option fixing plate right
20 Heat exchanger assy 37 PCB assy
20.1 Distributor with filter assy 37.1 Air thermistor
20.2 Single union joint 38 Power supply transformer
20.3 Single union joint 39 Fan motor capacitor
20.4 Flare nut 40 Terminal for remote control
20.5 Flare nut 41 Terminal for power supply
21 Air filter assy 42 Wire harness
22 Service cover assy 43 Wire harness
23 Drain pump fixing plate 44 Wire harness
24 Service cover cap assy 45 Wire harness
25 Drain pump 46 Tie wrap with clip
26 Float switch 47 Thermistor (liquid)
27 Drain hose assy 48 Thermistor fixing blade
28 Vibration absorber 49 Metal clamp
29 Plain washer 50 Drain hose
30 Fitting bolt drain pump 51 Insulation for joint (gas)
31 Fan assy 52 Insulation for joint (liquid)
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
1 Top plate assy 6.20 Terminal strip
2 Fan assy + fan mounting plate 6.21 Thermistor
3 Side plate right 6.22 Thermistor
4 Side plate left 6.23 Tie wrap with clip
5 Service cover assy 6.24 PCB assy
6 Switch box assy 6.25 Power supply transformer
6.1 Switch box fixing plate 6.26 Grounding wire
6.2 PCB assy power supply 6.27 Insulation switch box
6.3 Terminal fixing plate 6.28 Insulation switch box
6.4 Magnetic contactor 6.29 Insulation switch box
6.5 PCB assy 7 Hook
6.6 Switch box body 8 Filter cover
6.7 Option fixing plate left 9 Fixture heat exchanger right
6.8 Option fixing plate right 10 Fixture heat exchanger left
6.9 Wire harness 11 Bypass sealing plate
6.10 Wire harness 12 Heat exchanger assy
6.11 Wire harness power supply 13 Drain pan assy
6.12 Wire harness power supply 14 Bottom plate assy
6.14 Wire harness 15 Air filter
6.15 Wire harness 16 Pipe fixing plate
6.16 Wire harness 17 Clamp
6.17 Wire harness 18 Clamp
6.18 PCB assy 19 Thermistor (fixing)
6.19 Locking guard spacer —
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No. Component No. Component
B1 Evaporator assy E24 Heat exchanger thermistor
B1.1 Distributor with strainer E25 Fan motor
B1.2 Union joint (gas line) F1 Casing frame assy
B1.3 Union joint (liquid line) F2 Cover inspection window
B1.4 Flare nut F3 Heat insulation cover assy
B1.5 Flare nut F4 Top flat plate
C1 Fan rotor (turbo) F5 Drain pan assy
C2 Lock washer F5.1 Drain plug
C3 Hexagon lock nut F6 Bell mouth
E1 Electric component assy F7 Cover switch box
E2 Switch box F8 Cover switch box
E3 Set plate electric devices F9 Fixture panel
E4 Printed circuit F10 Blind plate heat exchanger
E4.1 Printed circuit F11 Set plate heat exchanger
E4.1.1 Air thermistor F12 Retainer piping
E4.2 adapter (capacity control) F13 Rubber bush
E5 Terminal block F14 Vibration isolator fan motor
E6 Terminal block F15 Flange nut
E7 Power transformer F16 Set bolt drain pump
E9 Capacitor F17 Fixture feeler
E10 Tapping screw F20 Bolts and nuts list
E12 Tie wrap G1 Drain hose assy
E13 Wire harness G2 Hose band
E14 Wire harness K1 Drain hose assy
E15 Wire harness K2 Hose band
E18 Wire harness K3 Insulation tube (gas line)
E19 Grounding terminal K4 Insulation tube (liquid line)
E23 Drain pump assy K5 Operation manual
E23.1 Drain pump K6 Sealer drain hose
E23.2 Set plate drain pump K7 Sealer drain hose
E23.3 Float switch —
E23.4 Vibration isolator drain pump
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Exploded view The illustration below shows the exploded view.
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No. Component No. Component No. Component
B1 Evaporator assy E12 Wire harness (feed back) F9 Set plate drain pan
B1.1 Distributor E13 Wire harness (fan motor) F10 Drain pan assy
B1.2 Union joint (gas line) E14 Wire harness (swing motor) F10.1 Insulation tube
B1.3 Union joint (liquid line) E15 Wire harness (power unit) F10.2 Vertical vane air discharge
B1.4 Flare nut E16 Wire harness (power unit) F10.2.1 Set plate vertical vane
B1.5 Flare nut E17 Thermistor F10.2.2 Vertical vane air discharge
B1.6 Retainer thermistor E18 Wire clip F10.2.3 Connecting bar vertical
vane
C1 Fan assy E19 Clamp F10.3 Cap drain socket
C1.1 Top plate fan assy E20 Lock metal F11 Supporter
C1.2 Fan housing E21 Wire clip F12 Horizontal vane assy
C1.3 Fan housing E22 Bush thermistor F12.1 Horizontal vane
C1.4 Fan rotor E23 Sound absorbing material F12.2 Rod horizontal vane
C1.4.1 Hexagon socket screw E24 Housing power unit F12.3 Rod horizontal vane
C1.5 Fan rotor F1 Top plate assy F12.4 Rod horizontal vane
C1.5.1 Hexagon socket screw F2 Bottom plate assy F13 Decorative plate
C1.6 Fan motor F2.1 Name plate assy F14 Air suction grille assy
C1.7 Lock metal fan motor F2.1.1 Housing signal receiver F14.1 Air suction grille
C1.8 Motor base F2.1.2 DAIKIN name plate F14.2 Fixture air suction grille
C1.9 Fan shaft F3 Side plate assy (right) F14.3 Hinge air suction grille
C1.10 Coupling fan shaft F3.1 Side plate (right) F15 Side plate assy
C1.11 Fan bearing F3.2 Swing motor assy F15.1 Cover side plate
C1.12 Bearing holder F3.3 Set plate swing motor F16 Side plate (left)
C1.13 Set plate bearing holder F3.4 Connecting arm horizontal
vane
F17 Blind plate piping hole
C1.14 Wire clip F3.5 Crank air swing F18 Blind plate piping hole
C2 Air filter F3.6 Bearing horizontal vane F19 Wire clip
E1 Electric components assy F3.7 Heat insulation material F20 Set plate drain pan
E2 Switch box F3.8 Heat insulation material F21 Supporter fan
E3 Cover switch box F3.9 Heat insulation material F22 Retainer
E4 Printed circuit (power unit) F3.10 Sealer F23 Air guide plate
E5 Printed circuit F3.11 Sealer F24 Heat insulation cover top
plate
E5.1 Printed circuit (control unit) F3.12 Lock metal F25 Insulation cover piping hole
E5.1.1 Air thermistor F3.13 Wire clip F27 Protector heat exchanger
E5.1.2 Connector F4 Side plate assy F28 Heat insulation cover
E5.2 Capacity control adapter F4.1 Side plate (left) F29 Heat insulation cover
E6 Plastic case F4.2 Bearing horizontal vane F30 Suspension bolt
E7 Capacitor fan motor F4.3 Heat insulation material K1 Drain hose
E8 Terminal block F4.4 Heat insulation material K2 Hose band
E9 Terminal block F4.5 Heat insulation material K3 Insulation tube (liquid line)
E10 Wire harness (transmission) F5 Hook metal K4 Insulation tube (gas line)
E10.1 Fuse holder F6 Hook metal K5 Sealer
E10.2 Fuse F7 Side plate heat exchanger K6 Sealer
E11 Wire harness (remote con-
trol)
F8 Retainer refrigerant piping K7 Operation manual
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No. Component No. Component No. Component
B1 Evaporator assy E13 Wire harness (fan motor) F10.1 Insulation tube
B1.1 Distributor E14 Wire harness (swing motor) F10.2 Vertical vane air discharge
B1.2 Union joint (gas line) E15 Wire harness (power unit) F10.2.1 Set plate vertical vane
B1.3 Union joint (liquid line) E16 Wire harness (power unit) F10.2.2 Vertical vane air discharge
B1.4 Flare nut E17 Thermistor F10.2.3 Connect. bar vertical vane
B1.5 Flare nut E18 Wire clip F10.2.4 Connect. bar vertical vane
B1.6 Retainer thermistor E19 Wire clip F10.3 Cap drain socket
C1 Fan assy E20 Lock metal F11 Supporter
C1.1 Top plate fan assy E21 Clamp F12 Horizontal vane assy
C1.2 Fan housing E22 Bush thermistor F12.1 Horizontal vane
C1.3 Fan housing E23 Sound absorbing material F12.2 Rod horizontal vane
C1.4 Fan rotor E24 Housing power unit F12.3 Rod horizontal vane
C1.4.1 Hexagon socket screw F1 Top plate assy F12.4 Rod horizontal vane
C1.5 Fan rotor F2 Bottom plate assy F13 Decorative plate
C1.5.1 Hexagon socket screw F2.1 Name plate assy F14 Air suction grille assy
C1.6 Fan motor F2.1.1 Housing signal receiver F14.1 Air suction grille
C1.7 Lock metal fan motor F2.1.2 DAIKIN name plate F14.2 Fixture air suction grille
C1.8 Motor base F3 Side plate assy (right) F14.3 Hinge air suction grille
C1.9 Fan shaft F3.1 Side plate (right) F15 Side plate assy
C1.10 Coupling fan shaft F3.2 Swing motor assy F15.1 Cover side plate
C1.11 Fan bearing F3.3 Set plate swing motor F16 Side plate (left)
C1.12 Bearing holder F3.4 Connecting arm horizontal
vane
F17 Blind plate piping hole
C1.13 Set plate bearing holder F3.5 Crank air swing F18 Blind plate piping hole
C1.14 Wire clip F3.6 Bearing horizontal vane F19 Wire clip
C2 Air filter F3.7 Heat insulation material F20 Set plate drain pan
E1 Electric components assy F3.8 Heat insulation material F21 Supporter fan
E2 Switch box F3.9 Heat insulation material F22 Retainer
E3 Cover switch box F3.10 Sealer F23 Air guide plate
E4 Printed circuit (power unit) F3.11 Sealer F24 Heat insulation cover top
plate
E5 Printed circuit F3.12 Lock metal F25 Insulation cover piping hole
E5.1 Printed circuit (control unit) F3.13 Wire clip F27 Protector heat exchanger
E5.1.1 Air thermistor F4 Side plate assy F28 Heat insulation cover
E5.1.2 Connector F4.1 Side plate (left) F29 Heat insulation cover
E5.2 Capacity control adapter F4.2 Bearing horizontal vane F30 Suspension bolt
E6 Plastic case F4.3 Heat insulation material K1 Drain hose
E7 Capacitor fan motor F4.4 Heat insulation material K2 Hose band
E8 Terminal block F4.5 Heat insulation material K3 Insulation tube (liquid line)
E9 Terminal block F5 Hook metal K4 Insulation tube (gas line)
E10 Wire harness (transmission) F6 Hook metal K5 Sealer
E10.1 Fuse holder F7 Side plate heat exchanger K6 Sealer
E10.2 Fuse F8 Retainer refrigerant piping K7 Operation manual
E11 Wire harness (remote con-
trol)
F9 Set plate drain pan —
E12 Wire harness (feed back) F10 Drain pan assy
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
1 Top plate 22.6 Fan motor
2 Partition plate drain pump 22.7 Motor base
3 Side plate fan chamber 22.8 Fan shaft
4 Front plate assy 22.9 Coupling
5 Wiring cover 22.10 Fan bearing
6 Blind plate ducting hole 23 Swtich box without devices
7 Drain pan holder 24 Cover switch box
8 Blind cover 25 Cover switch box
9 Cover piping hole 26 Printed circuit (control unit)
10 Suspend metal 26.1 Air thermistor
11 Suspend metal 26.2 Thermistor
12 Drain pan assy 27 Locking guard spacer
13 Drain hose 28 Transformer
14 Drain pump 29 Running capacitor
15 Buffer rubber drain pump 30 Terminal block
16 Set plate drain pump 31 Fuse holder
17 Float switch 32 Fuse control circuit
18 Fitting metal decoration panel 33 Remote control
19 Fitting metal decoration panel 33.1 Bottom case remote control
20 Fitting metal decoration panel 33.2 Lead wire remote control
21 Evaporator 34 Drain hose
21.1 Union joint (liquid line) 35 Hose band
21.2 Union joint (gas line) 36 Hose band
21.3 Filter 37 Drain pipe
22 Fan assy with motor 38 Insulation tube
22.1 Top plate fan assy 39 Insulation tube
22.2 Fan housing 40 Hook remote control
22.3 Fan housing 41 Staple
22.4 Clamp metal fan motor 42 Blind air discharge
22.5 Fan motor 43 Blind air discharge
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No. Component No. Component No. Component
B1 Evaporator assy E13 Wire harness (fan motor) F10.1 Insulation tube
B1.1 Distributor E14 Wire harness (swing motor) F10.2 Vertical vane air discharge
B1.2 Union joint (gas line) E15 Thermistor F10.2.1 Set plate vertical vane
B1.3 Union joint (liquid line) E16 Wire clip F10.2.2 Vertical van air discharge
B1.4 Flare nut E17 Wire clip F10.2.3 Connect. bar vertical vane
B1.5 Flare nut E18 Lock metal F10.3 Cap drain socket
B1.6 Retainer thermistor E19 Clamp F11 Supporter horizontal vane
C1 Fan assy E20 Bush thermistor F12 Horizontal vane assy
C1.1 Top plate fan assy E21 Sound absorbing material F12.1 Horizontal vane
C1.2 Fan housing E21 Sound absorbing material F12.2 Rod horizontal vane
C1.3 Fan housing F1 Top plate assy F12.3 Rod horizontal vane
C1.4 Fan rotor F2 Bottom plate assy F12.4 Rod horizontal vane
C1.4.1 Hexagon socket screw F2.1 Name plate assy F13 Decorative plate
C1.5 Fan rotor F2.1.1 Housing signal receiver F14 Air suction grille assy
C1.5.1 Hexagon socket screw F2.1.2 DAIKIN name plate F14.1 Air suction grille
C1.6 Fan motor F3 Side plate assy (right) F14.2 Fixture air suction grille
C1.7 Lock metal fan motor F3.1 Side plate (right) F14.3 Hinge air suction grille
C1.8 Motor base F3.2 Swing motor assy F15 Side plate assy
C1.9 Fan shaft assy F3.3 Set plate swing motor F16 Side plate assy
C1.10 Coupling fan shaft F3.4 Connecting arm horizontal
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F16.1 Cover side plate
C1.11 Fan bearing F3.5 Crank air swing F17 Blind plate piping hole
C1.12 Bearing holder F3.6 Bearing horizontal vane F18 Blind plate piping hole
C1.13 Set plate bearing holder F3.7 Heat insulation material F19 Wire clip
C1.14 Wire clip F3.8 Heat insulation material F20 Set plate drain pan
C2 Air filter F3.9 Heat insulation material F21 Supporter fan
E1 Electronic components assy F3.10 Heat insulation material F22 Retainer
E2 Switch box F3.11 Sealer F23 Air guide plate
E3 Cover switch box F3.12 Lock metal F24 Heat insulation cover piping
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E4 Power transformer F3.13 Wire clip F25 Insulation cover piping hole
E5 Printed circuit F4 Side plate assy F27 Protector heat exchanger
E5.1 Printed circuit (control unit) F4.1 Side plate (left) F28 Heat insulation cover
E5.1.1 Air thermistor F4.2 Bearing horizontal vane F29 Heat insulation cover
E5.1.2 Connector F4.3 Heat insulation material F30 Suspension bolt
E5.2 Capacity control adapter F4.4 Heat insulation material K1 Drain hose
E6 Platic case F4.5 Heat insulation material K2 Hose band
E7 Capacitor fan motor F5 Hook metal K3 Insulation tube (liquid line)
E8 Terminal block F6 Hook metal K4 Insulation tube (gas line)
E9 Terminal block F7 Side plate heat exchanger K5 Sealer
E10 Wire harness (transmission) F8 Retainer K6 Sealer
E11 Wire harness (remote con-
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F9 Set plate drain pan K7 Operation manual
E12 Wire harness (feed back) F10 Drain pan assy —
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No. Component No. Component No. Component
B1 Heat exchanger assy F3 Side plate assy swing unit F12 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
B1.1 Distributor F3.1 Side plate F13 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
B1.2 Union joint (gas line) F3.2 Air swing unit F14 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
B1.3 Union joint (liquid line) F3.2.1 Air swing motor F15 Horizontal vane air dis-
charge
B1.4 Flare nut F3.2.2 Limit switch F16 Horizontal vane air dis-
charge
B1.5 Flare nut F3.2.3 Bearing assy (right) F17 Blind plate pipng hole
C1 Rotor assy F3.2.4 Bearing assy (left) F18 Partition plate evaporator
C2 Lock nut fan rotor F3.2.5 Joint F19 Blind plate heat exchanger
E1 Electric components assy F3.2.6 Air swing motor base F20 Fitting plate evaporator
E2 Switch box F3.2.7 Cover air swing motor F21 Retainer refrigerant piping
E3 Set plate control devices F3.2.8 Cam air swing F22 Cover inspection hole
E4 PCB assy F4 Side plate assy F23 Bell mouth
E4.1 Printed circuit (control) F4.1 Side plate F24 Drain hose assy
E4.1.1 Air thermistor F4.2 Bearing assy (right) F25 Drain pan assy
E4.2 Capacity setting adapter F4.3 Bearing assy (left) F25.1 Drain plug
E5 Printed circuit (power unit) F5 Hook metal refrigerant pip-
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F26 Heat insulator (internal)
E5.1 Fuse F6 Hook metal F27 Air adjust plate
E6 Terminal block F7 Hook metal F28 Retainer lead wire
E7 Capacitor F8 Air suction grille assy F29 Retainer thermistor
E8 Terminal block F8.1 Air suction grille F30 Set bolt fan motor
E9 Wire harness (transmission) F8.2 Reinforcement plate F31 Vibration isolator fan motor
E10 Wire harness (power unit) F8.3 Air dilection lever assy F32 Set plate drain pump
E11 Wire harness (power unit) F8.3.1 Lever air suction grille F32.1 Set base drain pump
E12 Wire harness (PCB termi-
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F8.3.2 Spring air suction grille F32.2 Float switch
E13 Grounding wire F8.4 Air direction lever assy F32.3 Buffer rubber drain pump
E14 Wire clip F8.5 Air filter F34 Set bolt fan motor
E15 Wire clip F8.6 Reinforcement metal grille F35 Plain washer
E16 Edge saddle F8.7 DAIKIN name plate K2 Insulation cover (liquid line)
E17 Cover switch box F8.8 Reinforcement plate K3 Insulation tube (gas line)
E18 Housing power unit F9 Corner cover assy K4 Hose band
E19 Wire harness (fan motor) F9.1 Corner cover K5 Drain hose
E20 Drain pump F9.2 Corner cover K6 Drain pipe joint
E22 Heat exchanger thermistor F10 Corner cover refrigerant
piping
K7 Lead wire remote control
E23 Fan motor F10.1 Corner cover upper K8 Sealer drain hose
E24 Grounding wire F10.2 Corner cover lower K9 Staple
F1 Top plate F10.3 Internal corner cover K10 Pan head wood screw
F2 Side plate assy F10.4 Internal corner cover K11 Shelter air discharge grille
F2.1 Side plate F10.5 Tapping screw K12 Lock plate insulator
F2.2 Joint assy F11 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
K13 Lock plate insulator
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Exploded view The illustration below shows the exploded view.
Detail B arrow view
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component No. Component
B1 Heat exchanger assy F3 Side plate assy swing unit F13 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
B1.1 Distributor F3.1 Side plate F14 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
B1.2 Union joint (gas line) F3.2 Air swing unit F15 Horizontal vane air dis-
charge
B1.3 Union joint (liquid line) F3.2.1 Air swing motor F16 Horizontal vane air dis-
charge
B1.4 Flare nut F3.2.2 Limit switch F17 Blind plate pipng hole
B1.5 Flare nut F3.2.3 Bearing assy (right) F18 Partition plate evaporator
C1 Rotor assy F3.2.4 Bearing assy (left) F19 Blind plate heat exchanger
C2 Lock nut fan rotor F3.2.5 Joint F20 Fitting plate evaporator
C3 Lock washer F3.2.6 Air swing motor base F21 Retainer refrigerant piping
E1 Electric components assy F3.2.7 Cover air swing motor F22 Cover inspection hole
E2 Switch box F3.2.8 Cam air swing F23 Bell mouth
E3 Set plate control devices F4 Side plate assy F24 Drain hose assy
E4 PCB assy F4.1 Side plate F25 Drain pan assy
E4.1 Printed circuit (control) F4.2 Bearing assy (right) F25.1 Drain plug
E4.1.1 Air thermistor F4.3 Bearing assy (left) F26 Heat insulator (internal)
E4.2 Capacity setting adapter F5 Hook metal refr. piping F27 Air adjust plate
E5 Printed circuit (power unit) F6 Hook metal F28 Retainer lead wire
E5.1 Fuse F7 Hook metal F29 Retainer thermistor
E6 Terminal block F8 Air suction grille assy F30 Set bolt fan motor
E7 Capacitor F8.1 Air suction grille F31 Vibration isolator fan motor
E8 Terminal block F8.2 Reinforcement plate F32 Set plate drain pump
E9 Wire harness (transmission) F8.3 Air dilection lever assy F32.1 Set base drain pump
E10 Wire harness (power unit) F8.3.1 Lever air suction grille F32.2 Float switch
E11 Wire harness (power unit) F8.3.2 Spring air suction grille F32.3 Buffer rubber drain pump
E12 Wire harness (PCB termi-
nal)
F8.4 Air direction lever assy F34 Set bolt fan motor
E13 Grounding wire F8.5 Air filter F35 Plain washer
E14 Wire clip F8.6 Reinforcement metal grille F36 Air guide plate assy
E15 Wire clip F8.7 DAIKIN name plate K2 Insulation cover (liquid line)
E16 Edge saddle F8.8 Reinforcement plate K3 Insulation tube (gas line)
E17 Cover switch box F9 Corner cover assy K4 Hose band
E18 Housing power unit F9.1 Corner cover K5 Drain hose
E19 Wire harness (fan motor) F9.2 Corner cover K6 Drain pipe joint
E20 Drain pump F10 Corner cover refrigerant
piping
K7 Lead wire remote control
E22 Heat exchanger thermistor F10.1 Corner cover upper K8 Sealer drain hose
E23 Fan motor F10.2 Corner cover lower K9 Staple
E24 Grounding wire F10.3 Internal corner cover K10 Pan head wood screw
F1 Top plate F10.4 Internal corner cover K11 Shelter air discharge grille
F2 Side plate assy F10.5 Tapping screw K12 Lock plate insulator
F2.1 Side plate F11 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
K13 Lock plate insulator
F2.2 Joint assy F12 Decorative frame air dis-
charge
K14 Lock plate insulator
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Exploded view The illustration below shows the exploded view.
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Components The table below contains the components of the exploded view.
No. Component No. Component
B1 Evaporator assy E2 Printed circuit
B1.1 Evaporator assy E2.1 Capacity setting adapter
B1.2 Auxiliary pipe (gas line) E3 Printed circuit (power unit)
B1.2.1 Union joint (gas line) E4 Housing power unit
B1.2.2 Flare nut E5 Terminal block
B1.3 Auxiliary pipe (liquid line) E6 Terminal block
B1.3.1 Union joint E7 Running capacitor
B1.3.2 Flare nut E8 Thermistor
B1.4 Capillary tube assy E9 Heat exchanger thermistor
B1.4.1 Distributor E10 Wire harness
B1.4.2 Strainer E11 Fan motor
B1.4.3 Capillary tube F1 Front grille assy
B1.4.4 Capillary tube F2 Air filter
B1.4.5 Capillary tube F3 Air filter
B1.5 Sound absorbing putty F4 Side plate assy (right)
B1.6 Sound absorbing putty F5 Side plate assy (left)
B1.7 Sound absorbing putty F6 Fan scroll assy (right)
B2 Fitting spring thermistor F7 Fastener
C1 Fan rotor F8 Partition plate (left)
C2 Fan rotor F8.1 Fan bearing assy
C3 Air discharge grille assy F9 Indicator cover
C3.1 Air discharge grille F10 Bottom frame assy
C3.2 Air discharge grille F11 Heat insulation cover (right)
C3.3 Air discharge grille F12 Drip proof cover bottom frame
C3.4 Air discharge unit F13 Top plate
C3.5 Drain pan assy F14 Insulation cover bottom plate
C3.6 Drain socket F15 Bottom plate
C3.7 Horizontal vane assy F16 Insulation cover bottom plate
C3.8 Vertical vane air discharge F17 Clamp refrigerant piping
C3.9 Connecting arm F18 Motor base
C3.10 Connecting arm F19 Cover fan motor
C3.11 Bearing F20 Mounting plate
C3.12 Rod F21 Plate air discharge grille
C3.13 Crank air swing F22 Heat insulation cover (left)
C3.14 Crank rod air swing F23 Fan scroll assy (left)
C3.15 Crank. air swing K1 Staple
C3.16 Swing motor base K2 Lead wire remote control
C3.17 Air swing motor K3 Screw kit
C3.18 Drain hose K4 Insulation tape
C4 Bearing holder K5 Insulation cover joint
C5 Fan bearing K5.1 Insulation tube gas line
E1 Switch box K5.2 Heat insulation material
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Index
Numerics
4-way valve control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–45
A
A1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–22
A3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–23
A6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–25
AF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–27
AJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–28
auto-restart function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–22
B
BS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
C
C4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–30
C9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–30
ceiling height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–15
centralized group No.
setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–18
changing
field settings, infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–12
field settings, wired remote control . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–11
maintenance mode settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–20
checking
discharge pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–70
expansion valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–71
fan motor hall IC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–66
installation condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–69
power supply wave form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–67
refrigerant system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–68
test run checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–4
thermistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–72
CJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–32
components
exploded views, indoor units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 5–29
exploded views, outdoor units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 5–3
functional diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–71
general outline, indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–27
general outline, outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–3
infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–12
PCB layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–145
switch box layout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–95
wired remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–10
wiring diagrams, indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–135
wiring diagrams, outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–115
condensation avoidance control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–35
control modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–7
crankcase heater control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–18
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defrost control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–38
diameters, pipe connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–71
dimensions
indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–27
outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–3
DIP switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
discharge pipe temperature control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–16
draft avoidance control
1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–41
2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–43
drain pump control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–19
dry keep mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–26
DS1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–24
DS2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–25
E
E0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–34
E3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–39
E4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–41
E9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–43
EEPROM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–22
electrical specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–57
emergency operation
general. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–8
switching to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–10
error codes
indoor malfunctions overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–11
outdoor malfunctions overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–12
system malfunctions overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–13
exploded views
indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 5–29
outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 5–3
F
F3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–45
factory settings
indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–14
fan and flap operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–21
fan control
normal, cooling mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–32
normal, heating mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–47
starting, cooling or dry keep mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–30
starting, heating mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–46
field settings
BS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
DIP switches overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
jumpers overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–19
overview indoor units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–13
filter counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–16
forced operating mode
general. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–8
switching to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–10
forced thermostat OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–13
freeze-up function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–27
functional diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–71
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3
4
5
1
G
gas shortage function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–17
H
H3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–47
H9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–48
high pressure protection control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–34
high-pressure switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–19
HPS and LPS function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–14
I
identification function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–44
installation space
indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–27
outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–3
intelligent control mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–28
J
J1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–23
J3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–23
J3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–50
J6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–51
jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–23
L
LEDs
troubleshooting with indoor unit LEDs and remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–11
troubleshooting with outdoor unit LEDs and remote control, outdoor unit malfunctions . . . . . . . k 3–12
troubleshooting with outdoor unit LEDs and remote control, system malfunctions. . . . . . . . . . . k 3–13
locating
exploded views, indoor units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 5–29
exploded views, outdoor units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 5–3
functional diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–71
general outline, indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–27
general outline, outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–3
infrared remote control components . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–12
PCB layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–145
switch box layout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–95
thermistors, large h/p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–5
thermistors, small h/p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–4
wired remote control components. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–10
wiring diagrams, indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–135
wiring diagrams, outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–115
low outside temperature control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–33
low-pressure switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–20
M
MAIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–17
malfunctions
indoor error codes overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–11
outdoor error codes overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–12
system error codes overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–13
motor operated valve control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–49
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1
4
5
N
noise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–5
O
operating modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–7
operation data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–28
operation range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–27
options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–57
outlook
indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–27
outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–3
overcurrent relay compressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–17
P
PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–145
R
R1T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–73
R2T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–73
R3T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–74
remote control
setting address for infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–6
setting address for receiver of infrared remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–5
thermostat, using conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–23
reverse phase protector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–18
S
safety devices
high-pressure switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–19
low-pressure switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–20
overcurrent relay compressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–17
overview indoor units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–14
overview outdoor units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–15
reverse phase protector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–18
thermal protector fan motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–16
service space
indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–27
outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–3
setting
address for infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–6
address for receiver of infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–5
ceiling height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–15
centralized group No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–18
field settings, infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–12
field settings, wired remote control . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–11
filter counter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–16
MAIN/SUB when using two remote controls . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–17
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Index v
3
4
5
1
settings
BS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
ceiling height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–15
changing maintenance mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–20
DIP switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
factory overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–14
field overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–13
filter counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–16
jumpers overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–22
MAIN/SUB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–17
maintenance mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–21
possible system settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–20
simulated operation function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–15
specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–57
SUB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–17
switch boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–95
T
technical specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–57
test run
checks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 4–4
thermal protector fan motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–16
thermistors
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–72
functions, large h/p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–5
functions, small h/p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–4
locating, large h/p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–5
locating, small h/p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–4
R1T and R2T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–73
R3T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–74
thermostat control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 2–11
U
U0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–54
U1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–55
U4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–57
U5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–60
U8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–61
UA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–62
UF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–57
V
vibrations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 3–5
W
wiring diagrams
indoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–135
outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k 1–115
Y
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Service Manual
Sky Air R407C
B-Series

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Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 1.2 1.3 About This Manual .................................................................................. Combination Overview: Outdoor Units other than the Sky Air B-Series . Combination Overview: Outdoor Units of the Sky Air B-Series............... 1–ix 1–x 1–xi

1

Part 1 System Outline
1 General Outline: Outdoor Units
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ R35GZ7V11, R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 ......................................... RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 ........................................................... R60GZ7W1 ............................................................................................. MA56GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ MA90GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 .. RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 ................................. RP200B7W1 and RYP200B7W1 ............................................................ RP250B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 ............................................................ RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1: Installation and Service Space................................................................ RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Installation and Service Space................................................................ 1–3 1–4 1–6 1–8 1–10 1–12 1–14 1–16 1–18 1–20

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General Outline: Indoor Units
2.1 2.2 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1 and FHYCP71B7V1 FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 ...................................................... FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 ...................................................... FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 .................................................. FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 .................................................. FDYP125B7V1........................................................................................ FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 ....................................................... FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1 ............................................................... FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 ............................................................... FHYP100BV1.......................................................................................... FHYP125BV1.......................................................................................... FUYP71BV17.......................................................................................... FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 ....................................................... FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1.............................................................. FHYKP35BV1 and FHYKP45BV1 .......................................................... FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 .......................................................... 1–27

2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 Table of Contents

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Specifications
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... R35, R45, R60, MA56 and MA90 ............................................................ RP71........................................................................................................ RP100, RP125, RP200 and RP250 ......................................................... RY35 and RY45 ....................................................................................... RYP71, RYP100, RYP125, RYP200 and RYP250 .................................. FHC ......................................................................................................... FHYC and FHYCP................................................................................... FHYBP..................................................................................................... FDYP ....................................................................................................... FHYP ....................................................................................................... FUYP ....................................................................................................... FAYP and FHYKP ................................................................................... 1–57 1–58 1–59 1–60 1–61 1–62 1–63 1–64 1–65 1–66 1–67 1–68 1–69

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Functional Diagrams
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... R35GZ7V11 ............................................................................................. R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 ................................................................ R60GZ7W1.............................................................................................. MA56GZ7W11 ......................................................................................... MA90GZ7W11 ......................................................................................... RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1 ........................................... RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit ......................................... RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Pair ....................................................... RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Twin...................................................... RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Triple .................................................... RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Double Twin ......................................... RY35EAZ7V1 .......................................................................................... RY45EAZ7V1 .......................................................................................... RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1................................................................................... RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit .................................... RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Pair .................................................. RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Twin ................................................. RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Triple ............................................... RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Double Twin..................................... FHC, FHYBP, FHYC, FHYCP, FUYP, FAYP, FDYP, FHYP and FHYKP Piping Components ................................................................................. 1–71 1–72 1–73 1–74 1–75 1–76 1–77 1–78 1–79 1–80 1–81 1–82 1–83 1–84 1–85 1–86 1–87 1–88 1–89 1–90 1–91 4–93

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Switch Box Layout
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ R35GZ7V11 and R45GZ7V11 ................................................................ R45GZ7W11 ........................................................................................... R60GZ7W1 ............................................................................................. MA56GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ MA90GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ RP71B7V1 and RYP71B7V1 .................................................................. RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1 and RYP71B7W1 ............................................ RP100B7V1 and RYP100B7V1 .............................................................. RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1.......................................................... RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 ............ RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 ........................................................... FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1, FHYCP71B7V1, FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 ....................... FHYBP35B7V1, FHYBP45B7V1, FHYBP60B7V1, FHYBP71B7V1, FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 .................................................. FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 ............................. FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1, FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 ........................................................... FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 ............................... FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1.............................................................. FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 ......... 1–95 1–96 1–97 1–98 1–99 1–100 1–101 1–102 1–103 1–104 1–105 1–106

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5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19

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Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17 6.18 6.19 6.20 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ R35GZ7V11 ............................................................................................ R45GZ7V11 ............................................................................................ R45GZ7W11 ........................................................................................... R60GZ7W11 ........................................................................................... MA56GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ MA90GZ7W11 ........................................................................................ RP71B7V1 .............................................................................................. RP71B7W1 ............................................................................................. RP71B7T1 .............................................................................................. RP100B7V1 ............................................................................................ RP100B7W1 and RP125B7W1 .............................................................. RP100B7T1and RP125B7T1 .................................................................. RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 .............................................................. RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 ........................................................... RYP71B7V1 ............................................................................................ RYP71B7W1 ........................................................................................... RYP100B7V1 .......................................................................................... RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1.......................................................... RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1.......................................................... 1–115 1–116 1–117 1–118 1–119 1–120 1–121 1–122 1–123 1–124 1–125 1–126 1–127 1–128 1–129 1–130 1–131 1–132 1–133 1–134

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Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units
7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1 and FHC60BZ7V1.................................... FHYBP35B7V1, FHYBP45B7V1, FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1.. FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 ................................................... FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35BZ7V1, FHYCP45BZ7V1, FHYCP60BZ7V1, FHYCP71BZ7V1, FHYCP100BZ7V1 and FHYCP125BZ7V1 ................. FDYP125B7V1, FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1.............................. FHYP35BV1, FHYP45BV1, FHYP60BV1, FHYP71BV1, FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 ............................................................ FUYP71BV17, FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17................................ FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 .............................................................. FHYKP35BV1, FHYKP45BV1, FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1.......... 1–135 1–136 1–137 1–138

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What Is in This Chapter? ......................................................................... Outdoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types ................................................ Indoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types................................................... PCB Types............................................................................................... PCB Type A ............................................................................................. PCB Type B ............................................................................................. PCB Type D ............................................................................................. PCB Type E ............................................................................................. PCB Type F ............................................................................................. PCB Type G............................................................................................. PCB Type H ............................................................................................. PCB Type I .............................................................................................. PCB Type J.............................................................................................. PCB Type N ............................................................................................. PCB Type O............................................................................................. PCB Type P ............................................................................................. PCB Type Q............................................................................................. PCB Type R .............................................................................................

1–145 1–146 1–147 1–148 1–149 1–150 1–151 1–152 1–153 1–154 1–155 1–156 1–157 1–158 1–160 1–161 1–162 1–163

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Part 2 Functional Description
1 General Functionality
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ Functions of Thermistors: Small Heat Pumps......................................... Functions of Thermistors: Large Heat Pumps ........................................ Operating Modes and Control Modes ..................................................... Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation).................................... Switching to Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) ............... Thermostat Control ................................................................................. Forced Thermostat OFF ......................................................................... HPS and LPS Function ........................................................................... Simulated Operation Function ................................................................ Discharge Pipe Temperature Control ..................................................... Gas Shortage Function ........................................................................... Crankcase Heater Control (R(Y)P200-250B Only) ................................. Drain Pump Control ................................................................................ Fan and Flap Operations ........................................................................ Auto-Restart Function ............................................................................. Using Conditions for Remote Control Thermostat .................................. 2–3 2–4 2–5 2–7 2–8 2–10 2–11 2–13 2–14 2–15 2–16 2–17 2–18 2–19 2–21 2–22 2–23

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Overview of the cooling mode functions
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ Dry Keep Mode ....................................................................................... Freeze-Up Function in Cooling or Dry Keep ........................................... Outdoor Fan Starting Control in Cooling or Dry Keep Mode................... Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Cooling Operation ................................. Low Outside Temperature Control in Cooling Operation (Year Round Cooling) ............................................................................. High Pressure Protection Control in Cooling Operation.......................... Condensation Avoidance Control ........................................................... 2–25 2–26 2–27 2–30 2–32 2–33 2–34 2–35

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Overview of the heating mode functions
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 What Is in This Chapter? ........................................................................ Defrost Control ........................................................................................ Draft Avoidance Control 1 ....................................................................... Draft Avoidance Control 2 ....................................................................... Outdoor Unit Identification Function........................................................ 4-way Valve Control ................................................................................ Starting Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode....................................... Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode ....................................... Motor Operated Valve Control ................................................................ 2–37 2–38 2–41 2–43 2–44 2–45 2–46 2–47 2–49

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............ Overview of General Problems .1 1....14 What Is in This Chapter? ...... (E0) Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) ..............................................................8 1............ESiEN02–01A 1 Part 3 Troubleshooting 1 Troubleshooting 1.8 3.3 3............... 3–3 3–4 3–6 3–7 3–11 3–12 3–13 3–14 3–15 3–16 3–17 3–18 3–19 3–20 3 4 5 2 Error Codes: Indoor Units 2................. Outdoor Safety Device: Reverse Phase Protector......................................................................9 3.......... (A3) Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock ......... Outdoor Safety Device: Thermal Protector Fan Motor....2 2............6 1............. (J3) Malfunctioning Heat Exchanger Thermistor System ......(F3) Malfunctioning HPS .....7 3........................................7 1.............4 2......................... Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: Outdoor Malfunctions................ (H9) Malfunctioning Discharge Pipe Thermistor System ..................... (AJ) Thermistor Abnormality .............6 2............1 2................................................................12 1.................11 1............................... (A6) Malfunctioning Drain System ..................................................... (J6) 3–33 3–34 3–39 3–41 3–43 3–45 3–47 3–48 3–50 3–51 vi Table of Contents ...........................9 1.............................................. Overview of the Indoor Safety Devices.............................................................. Troubleshooting with the Indoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control ..3 1...........................................4 3.......................................................... (CJ) 3–21 3–22 3–23 3–25 3–27 3–28 3–30 3–32 3 Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3.....13 1................................5 1............... Checking with the Infrared Remote Control Display ..... (E9) Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature ......................................................... (A1) Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System ..........7 2.......................................10 1......... Outdoor Safety Device: Low-Pressure Switch ......................................8 What Is in This Chapter? .................................2 1................1 3.........5 2....... Malfunctioning Indoor PCB .............................................. Outdoor Safety Device: Overcurrent Relay Compressor ...5 3.... (E4) Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve ................................................................6 3...... (H3) Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System ............................................................................................................... Outdoor Safety Device: High-Pressure Switch ............................... Overview of the Outdoor Safety Devices ....... Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: System Malfunctions........ Emergency Operation and Checking with the Wired Remote Control ................................................................. (C4 or C9) Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor .................4 1.10 What Is in This Chapter? ......................3 2............. (AF) Malfunctioning Capacity Setting ...........2 3......(E3) Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) ... Activation of Safety Device ..........

............................................................... (U1) Transmission Error between Indoor and Outdoor Unit ....................................................................................................................................................................... Gas Shortage Detection ................................................................8 2.. ...........................1 5............... Setting the Filter Counter .............2 2. Outdoor Unit: Checking the Refrigerant System .... Checking the Thermistors ...................3 5....................................................... 3–65 3–66 3–67 3–68 3–69 3–70 3–71 3–72 3–73 3–74 3 4 5 Part 4 Commissioning and Test Run 1 Pre-Test Run Checks 1.............................. R1T and R2T .........................................3 2........5 4..6 4............ Outdoor unit: Checking the Installation Condition ..............5 2................................2 5.3 What Is in This Chapter? .................. (U0) Reverse Phase ..............9 5...............1 1..............11 2..2 1......................................................................... How to Change the Field Settings with the Infrared Remote Control.................................... Overview of the Field Settings of the Indoor Units .................. Indoor Unit: Checking the Power Supply Wave Form..................................4 4.................................6 2........................... Outdoor Unit: Checking the Expansion Valve .... Overview of the Factory Settings of the Indoor Units....... DIP switch DS1 ..................... (U4 or UF) Transmission Error between Indoor Unit and Remote Control ...............................9 2.......... Setting the Centralized Group No................10 What Is in This Chapter? .....8 5........ Setting the Infrared Remote Control ...........4 5.............7 2....................... Indoor Unit: Checking the Fan Motor Hall IC ........................................5 5.................. How to Change the Field Settings with the Wired Remote Control............10 2........ DIP switch DS2 .............. (UA) 3–53 3–54 3–55 3–57 3–60 3–61 3–62 1 5 Additional Checks for Troubleshooting 5......................ESiEN02–01A 4 Error Codes: System Malfunctions 4......... Setting the Ceiling Height ............................................ R3T .............................................................................................1 4.. 4–9 4–10 4–12 4–13 4–14 4–15 4–16 4–17 4–18 4–19 4–22 4–23 4–24 4–25 Table of Contents vii ..........................13 2... Jumpers ............................................... 4–3 4–4 4–5 2 Field settings 2. MAIN/SUB Setting when Using Two Remote Controls .................................... The Field Setting Levels ...................................6 5......................................... Overview of the Field Settings: R(Y)P71-250B ................................................................................................................................14 What Is in This Chapter? ..........................................................3 4.......................... Test Run Checks .........4 2.......................... (U5) Transmission Error between MAIN Remote Control and SUB Remote Control (U8) Malfunctioning Field Setting Switch ..............7 5..............12 2............1 2......................................................................2 4........7 What Is in This Chapter? .. Outdoor Unit: Checking the Discharge Pressure ...................................

RP100B7W1........................... FHC45BZ7V1.. MA90GZ7W11 ............................ FHYC45BZ7V1........4 2.................... RP71B7W1.....................12 1..3 1..... RP71B7W1 and RP71B7T1......................................13 2......... RYP100B7V1...................... RP100B7W1...........................1 3....................................................... FHYKP35BV1...................... FHYC71BZV1.7 2..................ESiEN02–01A 1 3 Test Run and Operation Data 3.................................................................. RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 .......................2 3... RP100B7V1.............2 1........................... RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 ... FUYP71BV17 ..8 2....... RP100B7T1................... R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 ....... FHK60BZV1........... FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 .. R60GZ7W11 ........6 1....................... FH60BZV1.................................................................... FH45BZV1..................................................................................... FHK45BZV1.......................................... RP100B7V1........................ RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1 ................... FH35BZV1............. RYP71B7W1.... FHYCP35B7V1. FDYP125B7V1........................5 2........................................13 What Is in This Chapter? .......8 1............................. FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1....................................... RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1 RYP100B7V1.............. FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 ................... RP71B7T1......................................................... FHYCP45B7V1............ RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1.............................. FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1...4 1.....11 2..10 2........ RYP71B7V1.......................9 2...... 5–29 2.... FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 ....... FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 .........................................6 2................ MA56GZ7W11 .................................................4 3.....10 1............................. FHK35BZV1........ RP71B7V1...............5 1..............................5 General Operation Data...................... 4–28 4–29 4–30 4–31 4–32 3 4 5 Part 5 Disassembly and Maintenance 1 Disassembly and Maintenance: Outdoor Units 1.. FHYC35BZ7V1.... FHC35BZ7V1............ RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 ...................................... FHC60BZ7V1.... R35GZ7V11 ........... 5–3 5–4 5–6 5–8 5–10 5–12 5–14 5–16 5–18 5–20 5–22 5–24 5–26 2 Disassembly and Maintenance: Indoor Units 2........ RP100B7T1...............3 3. FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 ........................................................... RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 ..... RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 ................................ FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 .....................14 5–30 5–32 5–34 5–36 5–38 5–40 5–42 5–44 5–46 5–48 5–50 5–52 5–54 viii Table of Contents ............................... FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1......... FHYC100BZV1 and FHYC125BZV1..............12 2........................ RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 .................1 2........................................... FHYCP60B7V1 and FHYCP71B7V1 ................ FHYKP45BV1... RP71B7V1...........................2 What Is in This Chapter? ......1 1...............................3 2..........................................11 1.............................................. FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 .......................9 1......................7 1................... RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 ................................

five parts and an index: Part Part 1–System Outline Part 2–Functional Description Part 3–Troubleshooting Part 4–Commissioning and Test Run Part 5–Disassembly and Maintenance See page 1–1 2–1 3–1 4–1 5–1 Introduction overview The introduction contains the following topics: Topic 1.ESiEN02–01A Introduction Part 0 1 Introduction 1.1 About This Manual This service manual is intended for and should only be used by qualified engineers.2–Combination Overview: Outdoor Units other than the Sky Air B-Series 1.3–Combination Overview: Outdoor Units of the Sky Air B-Series See page x xi ix . Target group Purpose of this manual This service manual contains all the information you need to do the necessary repair and maintenance tasks for the Sky Air B-series room air conditioners. 3 4 5 Five parts This service manual consists of an introduction.

m. “P” stands for pair combination. triple or double twin combination. “T” stands for twin.)” stands for old model.Introduction ESiEN02–01A 1 1. These are not described in this manual.m.) R35GZ7V11 R45E(A)Z7V11/W11(o. Indoor unit FHYC71BZV1 FHC35BZ7V1 FHC45BZ7V1 FHC60BZ7V1 FHK35BZV1 FHK45BZV1 — Outdoor unit R35E(A)Z7V11(o. “(o.) P — — — — — — — — P — — — P — — P — — — — — — — P — — P — — Small c/o R45GZ7V11/W11 R60GZ7W1 MA56GZ7W11 MA90GZ7W11 — 5 Split P — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — P — — P — M M — — — — — — — — M M — — — — — — — — M M — — — — — — — — M M — — — — — — — — M M — — — — — — — — M M — — — — — — — — M — — — — — — — — M — — — — — — — — M — — — — — — — — Small h/p RY35E(A)Z7V1 RY45E(A)Z7V1 R71GZV1/W1/T1 P — P — T T T T T T P T T — — — Sky Air G -series Large c/o R100GZ7V1/W1/T1 R125GZ7W1/T1 RY71GZ7V1/W1 T T — P — — — — P — — — Large h/p RY100GZ7V1/W1 RY125GZ7W1 T T x FHK60BZV1 FH35BZV1 FH45BZV1 FH60BZV1 . “M” stands for multi combination. Combination table FHYC35BZ7V1 FHYC45BZ7V1 FHYC100BZV1 FHYC125BZV1 3 4 The table below contains the possible combinations between Sky Air B-series indoor units and outdoor units other than the Sky Air B-series.m.2 Combination Overview: Outdoor Units other than the Sky Air B-Series In the table in this section: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Introduction The units in grey boxes are described in ESIE99–01.

ESiEN02–01A Introduction 1. FHYCP100B7V1 FHYCP35B7V1 FHYCP45B7V1 FHYCP60B7V1 FHYCP71B7V1 FUYP100BV17 FUYP125BV17 FHYKP35BV1 FHYKP45BV1 FHYKP60BV1 — T T T T — T T T T Outdoor unit RP71B7V1/W1/T1 RP100B7V1/W1/T1 T T T T — T T T T — — T T T T — T T T T — T T T T — T T T T P T T T T P T T T T — P — T T — P T T T — — P T T — — P T T P T T T T P T T T T — P — T T — P T T T — — P T T — — P T T P T T T T P T T T T — P — T T — P T T T T T T T T T T T T — — T T T T — T T T T P T T T T P T T T T Large c/o RP125B7W1/T1 RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP71B7V1/W1 RYP100B7V1/W1 Large h/p RYP125B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 FHYKP71BV1 FUYP71BV17 FAYP100BV1 Indoor unit FHYCP125B7V1 FAYP71BV1 xi . FHYBP. FUYP. FAYP and FHYKP) and outdoor units of the Sky Air B-series.3 Combination Overview: Outdoor Units of the Sky Air B-Series In the tables in this section: ■ ■ Introduction “P” stands for pair combination. “T” stands for twin. FHYBP100B7V1 FHYBP35B7V1 FHYBP45B7V1 FHYBP60B7V1 FHYBP71B7V1 FDYP125B7V1 FDYP200B7V1 FDYP250B7V1 FHYP100BV1 FHYP125BV1 Indoor unit FHYBP125B7V1 FHYP35BV1 FHYP45BV1 FHYP60BV1 FHYP71BV1 Outdoor unit RP71B7V1/W1/T1 RP100B7V1/W1/T1 3 4 5 T T T T — T T T T — — T T T T — T T T T — T T T T — T T T T P T T T T P T T T T — P — T T — P T T T — — P T T — — P T T T T T T — T T T T — — T T T T — T T T T — T T T T — T T T T P T T T T P T T T T — P — T T — P T T T — — P T T — — P T T — — P T T — — P T T — — — P — — — — P — — — — — P — — — — P Large c/o Large h/p FHYCP. FHYP and FDYP) and outdoor units of the Sky Air B-series. FUYP. triple or double twin combination. FHYP and FDYP The table below contains the possible combinations between indoor units (FHYBP. FAYP and FHYKP RP125B7W1/T1 RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP71B7V1/W1 RYP100B7V1/W1 RYP125B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 The table below contains the possible combinations between indoor units (FHYCP.

Introduction ESiEN02–01A 1 3 4 5 xii .

ESIEN02–01A 1 4 Part 1 System Outline What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters: Chapter 1–General Outline: Outdoor Units 2–General Outline: Indoor Units 3–Specifications 4–Functional Diagrams 5–Switch Box Layout 6–Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 7–Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 8–PCB Layout See page 1–3 1–27 1–57 1–71 1–95 1–115 1–135 1–145 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–1 .

ESIEN02–01A 1 1 3 5 1–2 Part 1 – System Outline .

RP100B7T1. RP100B7W1. RP71B7W1. RP100B7W1.8–RP100B7V1. RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 1. RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1: Installation and Service Space 1. RP71B7T1.6–MA90GZ7W11 1. RP125B7T1. RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Installation and Service Space See page 1–4 1–6 1–8 1–10 1–12 1–14 1–16 1–18 1–20 1–22 1–24 Part 1 – System Outline 1–3 . RP125B7W1. RP125B7W1.3–RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 1. RYP100B7V1.2–R35GZ7V11.5–MA56GZ7W11 1. RYP71B7W1. 3 4 5 General outline This chapter contains the following general outlines: General outline 1. RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 1. RP125B7T1. RYP100B7V1.4–R60GZ7W1 1. RP100B7T1.11–RP71B7V1. RP71B7W1.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units Part 1 1 1 General Outline: Outdoor Units 1.7–RP71B7V1. R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 1.10–RP250B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 1. RP100B7V1. RYP71B7V1. RP250B7W1.12–RP200B7W1.1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains the following information on the outdoor units: ■ ■ ■ Introduction Outlook and dimensions Installation and service space Components.9–RP200B7W1 and RYP200B7W1 1. RP71B7T1.

100 50 50 A 150 100 H 50 H ≤ 1000 A ≥ 250 > 1000 ≥ 500 50 1–4 A 150 Part 1 – System Outline . R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm). Outlook and dimensions 2 1 700 520 190 170 237 213 3 4 48 530 95 100 72 750 290 306 3 8 OZO FRIEN NE 540 4 5 70 DLY 5 27 34 7 105 58 6 Installation and service space The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 1.2 R35GZ7V11.

No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Component 4 x drain outlet 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M8 or M10) Service cover + wiring diagram Power intake Gas stop valve Liquid stop valve Service port Name plate 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–5 .

3 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm). Outlook and dimensions 702 29 1 220 3 4 39 69 190 500 127 2 23 352 380 410 880 9 8 3 4 6 662 5 OZO FRIEN NE 5 205 1–6 105 70 7 DLY Part 1 – System Outline .General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 1.

50 50 1 100 150 A 3 4 5 H 50 A H ≤ 1000 > 1000 A 300 600 Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Component 3 x drain outlet 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M10) Service cover Power supply intake Gas stop valve Liquid stop valve Service port Name plate Outdoor air thermostat Part 1 – System Outline 1–7 . No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units Installation and service space The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).

General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 1. Outlook and dimensions 3 4 OZO 5 FRIEN NE DLY 1–8 Part 1 – System Outline .4 R60GZ7W1 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).

ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units Installation and service space The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm). No. 1 3 4 5 H < 1000 mm > 1000 mm A 350 mm 600 mm Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Component 3 x drain outlet 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M10) Service cover Power intake Gas stop valve Liquid stop valve Service port Name plate Outdoor air thermostat Part 1 – System Outline 1–9 .

5 MA56GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm). Outlook and dimensions 2 702 29 30 1 3 4 5 220 39 69 190 500 880 55 127 380 410 23 352 3 7 A 4 55 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 Room A Room B Room C Room D B 662 C OZO FRIEN NE D 118 109 1–10 106 55 55 5 55 55 6 55 55 DLY Part 1 – System Outline .General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 1.

100 1 100 100 A 100 A 3 4 5 100 H ≤ 1000 > 1000 A 350 600 Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Component 3 x drain outlet 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M10) Service cover Power intake Gas stop valve with service port Liquid stop valve with service port Name plate Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Part 1 – System Outline H 1–11 .ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units Installation and service space The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm). No.

General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 1.6 MA90GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm). Outlook and dimensions 70 30 2 30 410 370 90 3 4 5 40 190 500 177 128 350 1 880 55 3 7 4 10 55 A 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 Room A Room B Room C Room D 865 Room E 55 9 8 6 55 E B C OZO D 5 40 120 110 1–12 145 55 FRIEN NE 400 55 DLY 55 55 55 55 Part 1 – System Outline .

No. A 100 1 H 100 150 3 4 100 100 A H ≤ 1000 > 1000 A 350 600 Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Component 3 x drain outlet 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M8 or M10) Terminal cover Grounding terminal Gas stop valve with service port Liquid stop valve with service port Name plate Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Service port 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–13 .ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units Installation and service space The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).

General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 1. RYP71B7V1 and RYP71B7W1 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).7 RP71B7V1. 1–14 85 120 Part 1 – System Outline 844 . RP71B7W1. 86 30 17 95 226 130 620 130 880 30 65 488 770 34 29 Outlook and dimensions 8 354 3 4 5 4 3 860 30 320 6 7 100 200 285 2 1 41 377 644 5 Installation and service space See page 1–22. RP71B7T1.

No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Outdoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Component Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Service port (inside the unit) Grounding terminal M5 (inside the switch box) 3 x drain outlet Stop valve cover Name plate 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M12) 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–15 .

1–16 Part 1 – System Outline . RP125B7T1. RP100B7W1. RP125B7W1.General Outline: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 1. RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).8 RP100B7V1. RYP100B7V1. Outlook and dimensions 3 4 5 Installation and service space See page 1–22. RP100B7T1.

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Components

The table below contains the different components of the unit. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Component Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Service port (inside the unit) Grounding terminal M5 (inside the unit) Drain outlet Stop valve cover Name plate 4 x hole for anchor bolt (M12)

1

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Part 1 – System Outline

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1 1

1.9

RP200B7W1 and RYP200B7W1
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
1000 D1.5

Outlook and dimensions

5

700

3
95 * 1290

4
3
1220 70 175 177 265 1280 18 97 750 70

726

4

4

5
1
690

1
156

2

157 52

90

150

80

2

76

6

Dimensions marked with x show distances after fixing the connection pipes.

Installation and service space

See page 1–24.

1–18

110

60

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Components

The table below contains the different components of the unit. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Grounding terminal Power supply intake 4 x foundation hole Knock hole for lower piping

1

3 4 5

Part 1 – System Outline

1–19

General Outline: Outdoor Units

ESiEN02–01A

1 1

1.10

RP250B7W1 and RYP250B7W1
The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).
1000 D1.5

Outlook and dimensions

5

700

3 4
3
70

95

*

1290

726

4

4 1 2
70

177

157

52

90

150

80 1280

165

220

5
1
690

156

180

265 750

2

76 18 97

6
60

Dimensions marked with x show distances after fixing the connection pipes.

Installation and service space

See page 1–24.

1–20

110

Part 1 – System Outline

1440

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General Outline: Outdoor Units

Components

The table below contains the different components of the unit. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Grounding terminal Power supply intake 4 x foundation hole Knock hole for lower piping

1

3 4 5

Part 1 – System Outline

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1 1

1.11

RP71B7V1, RP71B7W1, RP71B7T1, RYP71B7V1, RYP71B7W1, RP100B7V1, RP100B7W1, RP100B7T1, RP125B7W1, RP125B7T1, RYP100B7V1, RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1: Installation and Service Space
The illustrations and table below show the required installation and service space (mm). The values in brackets are for the 100 and 125 class.

Non stacked

3 4 5

Suction side obstacle Discharge side obstacle Left side obstacle Right side obstacle Top side obstacle Obstacle is present

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Stacked

The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm). The values in brackets are for the 100 and 125 class.
■ ■ ■

1

Do not stack more than one unit. ± 1000 mm is required for the drain pipe. Seal A in order to prevent outlet air from bypassing. With obstacles in front of the air inlet side

With obstacles in front of the air outlet side

3 4
Multiple rows The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm). The values in brackets are for the 100 and 125 class. One unit per row Multiple units per row

5

Installation impossible

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1 1

1.12

RP200B7W1, RP250B7W1, RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Installation and Service Space
The illustration below shows the wall height limits (mm).
h2

Wall height

In case 1 or 2: If...
Suction side Front side

Then... Add h2/2 to the values mentioned in this section. Add h1/2 to the values mentioned in this section.

1500

h1

Frontal wall height > 1500 mm Suction wall height > 500 mm

3
Single installation
Case 1

F

S

The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Case 2
≥ 300 S ≥ 100 S

500

Case 3
≥ 300

4
≥ 10

S

F ≥ 500

≥ 10

≥ 50

F ≥ 500

≥ 50

≥ 10

F

5
Installation in row The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Case 1

S

≥ 300

≥ 10

F

≥ 20

≥ 500

≥ 20

≥ 10

Case 2

S

≥ 100

≥ 50

F

≥ 100

≥ 500

≥ 100

≥ 50

Case 3

S

≥ 300

≥ 200

F

≥ 400

≥ 400

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Concentrated installation

The illustration below shows the required installation and service space (mm).
Case 1
≥ 300
F

1
≥ 500

S

≥ 10

F S

≥ 20

≥ 600

≥ 10 ≥ 10

S

≥ 20 ≥ 900

≥ 10

S

≥ 10

F

≥ 20

≥ 500

≥ 10 ≥ 10
F

≥ 20

≥ 500

≥ 10

3 4
≥ 50

Case 2
S

≥ 100
F

≥ 500

≥ 50

F S

≥ 100

≥ 500

≥ 50 ≥ 50
S S

≥ 100

≥ 600

≥ 50

F

≥ 100

≥ 500

≥ 50 ≥ 50
F

5
≥ 100 ≥ 500 ≥ 50

Air short circuit

If there are multiple units installed, make sure there is no short circuit of air.

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1 1

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Part 1 1
2 General Outline: Indoor Units

2.1

What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following information on the indoor units:
■ ■ ■

Introduction

Outlook and dimensions Installation and service space Components.

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General outline

This chapter contains the following general outlines: General outline 2.2–FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1 and FHYCP71B7V1 2.3–FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 2.4–FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 2.5–FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 2.6–FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 2.7–FDYP125B7V1 2.8–FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 2.9–FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1 2.10–FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 2.11–FHYP100BV1 2.12–FHYP125BV1 2.13–FUYP71BV17 2.14–FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 2.15–FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 2.16–FHYKP35BV1 and FHYKP45BV1 2.17–FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 See page 1–28 1–30 1–31 1–32 1–34 1–36 1–37 1–38 1–40 1–42 1–44 1–46 1–48 1–50 1–52 1–54

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FHC35BZ7V1, FHC45BZ7V1, FHC60BZ7V1, FHYC35BZ7V1, FHYC45BZ7V1, FHYCP35B7V1, FHYCP45B7V1, FHYCP60B7V1 and FHYCP71B7V1
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the required space is 200 mm or more (mm). No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection Power supply connection Transmission wiring connection Air discharge grille Air suction grille Water supply intake Corner decoration cover Drain hose In case an infrared remote control is used. When a discharge grille is closed (e. 3-way blow application).g. this position is a signal receiver. or 00 15 re mo 1 15 00 or m ore 15 00 o rm ore rm 0o ore 0 15 3 1000 or more 4 5 A Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. Branch duct connection Part 1 – System Outline 1–29 .ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Installation and service space The illustration below shows the required installation and service space.

39 178 98 630 98 152 D125 14 x M4 Fresh air intake Knock out hole 100 4x150 = 600 5 630 7 150 60 110 230 250 6 x M5 750 Suspension position 650 14 x M5 Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.D.C. I. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm). I. 32 mm.D. 25 mm) Air filter Air suction side Air discharge side Name plate 1–30 Part 1 – System Outline .D. dimensions and installation and service space 700 460 65 50 60 25 595 800 Suspension bolt 315 1 10 130 3 8 300 3 3x150 = 485 450 57 9 A 2 2x65 = C 350 or more 600 135 67 150 215 245 150 200 195 B 45 46 6 4 5 300 or more View A View B 6x65 = 390 View C 4 145 160 P. 25 mm) Remote control wiring connection Power supply connection Drain hole (O.General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection (O.D.D. Outlook. No. 32 mm.3 FHYBP35B7V1 and FHYBP45B7V1 The illustration below shows the outlook.

C.5 98 930 141. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection (O. 25 mm) Air filter Air suction side Air discharge side Name plate Part 1 – System Outline 250 1–31 .ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units 2.D. No.4 FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 The illustration below shows the outlook.D.5 20 x M4 View B View C Fresh air intake 600 Knock out hole 7 100 6 x M5 900 D125 6x150 = 630 60 110 230 150 950 1050 Suspension position 18 x M5 Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 Outlook.5 107 115. 145 39 141.D. 25 mm) Remote control wiring connection Power supply connection Drain hole (O. 32 mm. dimensions and installation and service space 1000 760 65 50 60 25 595 800 Suspension bolt 67 315 1 10 130 3 8 300 2x65 = C 350 or more 135 150 215 245 150 200 195 B 9 5x150 = 785 750 57 A 2 45 46 3 4 5 6 4 5 500 or more View A 11x65 = 715 160 P. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm). 32 mm.D. I. I.5 107 115.D.

No. position 630 7 150 250 60 110 230 1450 1350 24 x M5 Suspension position 5 Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. I.D.D. 25 mm) Remote control wiring connection Power supply connection Drain hole (O. I.5 FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 The illustration below shows the outlook. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm). dimensions and installation and service space 1400 1160 65 50 60 25 595 800 Suspension bolt 67 150 315 1 10 130 3 8 300 9 2x65 = C 350 or more 135 215 245 150 200 195 B 3 View A 16x65 = 1040 145 7x150 = 1185 1050 57 A 2 45 46 6 4 5 500 or more View B View C Fresh air intake 600 39 178 98 98 152 98 1254 9x150 = 1350 178 98 98 152 24 x M4 160 P.D.C. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection (O. Outlook.General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2.D. 32 mm. 32 mm.D. 25 mm) Air filter Air suction side Air discharge side Name plate 1–32 100 6 x M5 4 Knock out hole D125 Part 1 – System Outline . Susp.

ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–33 .

B 860~890 Ceiling opening 680 Suspension position 300 or less 10 420 Outlook and dimensions 3 4 12 x M4 3 420 780 Suspension position 860~890 Ceiling opening D C 12 x M4 55 295 840 55 12 80 155 165 55 840 80 2x100=200 85 155 165 40 194.General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2.6 FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 The illustration below shows the outlook and the dimensions of the unit (mm).5 298 50 55 80 2x100=200 5 288 10 40 30 750 200 150 20 350 40 260 5 295 315 4 1 2 350 12 Suspension bolt 8 4 x M8~M10 125 A View A 11 950 9 View B 85 2x100=200 80 165 155 190 12 x M4 950 Prepared hole 40 6 350 12 7 View C 4 x M4 60 D75 80 165 155 165 Prepared hole 80 For fresh air intake kit connection (direct inistallation type) View D 12 x M4 12 80 2x100=200 Prepared hole 80 350 1–34 Part 1 – System Outline 190 150 190 .

32 mm. Branch duct connection Part 1 – System Outline 1–35 . When a discharge grille is closed (e. 3-way blow application). 32 mm) In case an infrared remote control is used. this position is a signal receiver.D. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection (O.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Installation and service space The illustration below shows the installation and service space (mm).g. o 00 15 rm ore 1 15 00 o rm ore 15 00 or m ore ore m or 00 15 3 4 A 1000 or more 5 Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. I.D. the required space is 200 mm or more.D. No. 25 mm) Power supply connection Transmission wiring connection Air discharge grille Air suction grille Water supply intake Corner decoration cover Drain hose (O.

25 mm) Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Filter 1–36 Part 1 – System Outline 1400 .5 View A ≥ 300 694 353 Service space Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 Component Power supply intake Drain connection (O.7 FDYP125B7V1 The illustration below shows the outlook.General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2. dimensions and installation and service space 82 55 30 4 96 174 131 662 220 331 350 20 A 3 5 3 4 5 ≥ 350 2 1 39 1150 189 ≥ 300 ≥ 300 202 26. Outlook. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm). No.D.

the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm). 1 900 Outlook. No.D. 1 2 3 4 5 Component Power supply intake Drain connection (O.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units 2. 25 mm) Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Filter Part 1 – System Outline 1–37 . dimensions and installation and service space 23 47 300 4 3 113 69 231 284 A 5 2 20 ≥ 450 450 1 55 1200 55 ≥ 300 3 4 View A 202 35 1400 5 ≥ 300 A B FDYP200B7V1 FDYP250B7V1 A 830 890 B 285 255 Service space Extra service space for optional drain pump Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.8 FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 The illustration below shows the outlook.

Outlook and dimensions 4 30 or more Service space Front view 3 Front view 5 Suspension position Suspension bolt 30 or more Service space Name plate Obstacle 1–38 Floor Drain pipe connection 2500 or more 300 or more Suspension position Part 1 – System Outline .General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2.9 FHYP35BV1 and FHYP45BV1 The illustration below shows the outlook. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).

No. 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–39 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 — Component Air discharge grille Air suction grille Air filter Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Drain pipe connection Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4 Suspension bracket Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid Right side pipe connection (slit hole) Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole) Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm) Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm) Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm) Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm) Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. this position is a signal receiver.

General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2. Outlook and dimensions 5 Suspension position 30 or more Service space 30 or more Service space Suspension position Name plate 4 Front view 3 Front view Obstacle 1–40 Floor Drain pipe connection Suspension bolt 2500 or more 300 or more Part 1 – System Outline . the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).10 FHYP60BV1 and FHYP71BV1 The illustration below shows the outlook.

ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–41 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 — Component Air discharge grille Air suction grille Air filter Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Drain pipe connection Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4 Suspension bracket Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid Right side pipe connection (slit hole) Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole) Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm) Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm) Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm) Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm) Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control. No. this position is a signal receiver.

Outlook and dimensions 3 4 5 Front view Front view 30 or more Service space Suspension position Suspension bolt 30 or more Service space Suspension position Name plate Obstacle 1–42 Floor Drain pipe connection 2500 or more 300 or more Part 1 – System Outline .General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2.11 FHYP100BV1 The illustration below shows the outlook. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 — Component Air discharge grille Air suction grille Air filter Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Drain pipe connection Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4 Suspension bracket Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid Right side pipe connection (slit hole) Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole) Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm) Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm) Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm) Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm) Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control. this position is a signal receiver.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. No. 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–43 .

General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2.12 FHYP125BV1 The illustration below shows the outlook. Outlook and dimensions 3 4 5 Front view Front view Suspension position 30 or more Service space Name plate 1–44 Obstacle Floor 2500 or more Drain pipe connection Suspension bolt 300 or more 30 or more Service space Suspension position Part 1 – System Outline . the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).

this position is a signal receiver. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 — Component Air discharge grille Air suction grille Air filter Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Drain pipe connection Grounding terminal (inside the electric components box) M4 Suspension bracket Backward piping and wiring connection opening lid Upward piping and wiring connection opening lid Right side pipe connection (slit hole) Left back drain pipe connection (slit hole) Left side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Right side drain pipe connection (slit hole) Wall hole for taking out in piping back (∅ 100 mm) Upward drain pipe connection (∅ 60 mm) Upward gas pipe connection (∅ 36 mm) Upward liquid pipe connection (∅ 26 mm) Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control. 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–45 . No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.

13 FUYP71BV17 The illustration below shows the outlook.General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2. or m 15 00 ore Outlook and dimensions m or 00 15 ore 15 00 or m 5 Rear piping 790 Suspension position 4 1–46 Drain connection location Upper piping Name plate 1000 or more 3 Suspension bolt Suspension bracket rm 0o 50 1 ore ore 790 Suspension position Part 1 – System Outline . the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection Air outlet Air suction grille Corner decoration panel Right pipe / wiring connection Rear pipe / wiring connection Pipe through cover Accessory drain elbow Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control. this position is a signal receiver. No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–47 .

General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2.14 FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 The illustration below shows the outlook. rm 15 00 o ore Outlook and dimensions rm 0o ore 15 00 or m 5 Upper piping Rear piping 1–48 Drain connection location Name plate 790 Suspension position 4 Part 1 – System Outline 1000 or more 3 Suspension bolt Suspension bracket or 00 15 re mo ore 0 15 790 Suspension position . the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).

No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection Air outlet Air suction grille Corner decoration panel Right pipe / wiring connection Rear pipe / wiring connection Pipe through cover Accessory drain elbow Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control. 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–49 . this position is a signal receiver.

General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).15 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 The illustration below shows the outlook. Outlook and dimensions 3 Name plate Piping direction 4 5 50 or more 50 or more ± 450 ± 580 ± 600 1–50 Detail A Part 1 – System Outline Mounting hole for installation plate 50 or more Direction for air filter draw out 250 or more .

26 mm) Grounding terminal M4 (inside the cover) Slit hole for right piping connection Slit hole for left piping connection Name plate: In case of an infrared remote control. this position is a signal receiver.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–51 . No.D. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 — Component Front grille Air filter Discharge outlet Gas pipe connection Liquid pipe connection Drain pipe connection (O.

16 FHYKP35BV1 and FHYKP45BV1 The illustration below shows the outlook.General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2. Fresh air intake position Hole Outlook and dimensions Required space 5 Front discharge dust connection postion Suspension bolt r 0o 20 re mo or 00 15 re mo 4 200 or more 200 or 3 more Suspension position Ceiling opening 1–52 Hole 1000 or more 350 Suspension position 760 Ceiling opening Part 1 – System Outline . the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm).

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection Wire intake Wire intake for remote control Grounding terminal M4 (inside the switch box) Air discharge grille Air suction grille Air filter Suspension bracket 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–53 . No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit.

General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 2.17 FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 The illustration below shows the outlook. the dimensions and the installation and service space of the unit (mm). Fresh air intake position Hole Outlook and dimensions Required space 4 5 or 00 15 re r mo 0o 20 re mo 200 or more 200 or more 3 Front discharge dust connection postion Suspension bolt Suspension position Ceiling opening 1–54 Hole 1000 or more 350 Suspension position 760 Ceiling opening Part 1 – System Outline .

No.ESiEN02–01A General Outline: Indoor Units Components The table below contains the different components of the unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Component Liquid pipe connection Gas pipe connection Drain pipe connection Wire intake Wire intake for remote control Grounding terminal M4 (inside the switch box) Air discharge grille Air suction grille Air filter Suspension bracket 1 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–55 .

General Outline: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3 4 5 1–56 Part 1 – System Outline .

11–FHYP 3. refer to OH98-2 or the installation manual. RYP200 and RYP250 5 Indoor units This chapter contains the following specifications: Specifications 3. R45. RYP100. Outdoor units This chapter contains the following specifications: Specifications 3.2–R35. MA56 and MA90 3.1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains the following information: ■ ■ Introduction Technical specifications Electrical specifications.5–RY35 and RY45 3. 3 4 See page 1–58 1–59 1–60 1–61 1–62 Options For possible options. RP125. RP200 and RP250 3.4–RP100.8–FHYC and FHYCP 3.10–FDYP 3.ESiEN02–01A Specifications Part 1 1 3 Specifications 3.7–FHC 3. RYP125.9–FHYBP 3.6–RYP71.13–FAYP and FHYKP See page 1–63 1–64 1–65 1–66 1–67 1–68 1–69 Part 1 – System Outline 1–57 .12–FUYP 3.3–RP71 3. R60.

85 kg 2 steps R407C 1. of fans 3 4 5 Fan Nominal air flow (230V) cooling Fan motor model Nominal speed (230 V) Fan speed Refrigerant circuit Type Charge No. of wire connections 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 3 for power supply 4 for connections with indoor (including earth wire) Nominal running current (cooling) Max.Specifications ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3.5 A 12 A Outdoor unit only — — 1 x 1075 W — — — — — 1 x 30 W — — 1 x 1500 W — — — — — 1 x 45 W — — 1 x 1600 W — — — — — — — 1 x 2100 W — — — — — 1 x 49 W 10. Type Refrigerant oil type Speed No.0 mm 2 0. of circuits Safety and functional devices Heat insulation Weight 2 steps R407C 1.7 A 26 A 16 A R45GZ7V11 R45GZ7W11 3N~ 400 V R60GZ7W11 MA56GZ7W11 3N~ 400 V 50 Hz 5 for power supply 4 for connections with indoor (including earth wire) — — 19 A 16 A Outdoor unit only — — 1 x 1600 W — — — — — 1 x 49 W 3N~ 400 V 1x 2100 W 1~ 230 V 1.319 m2 — — 1350 cc 784 mm 2 x 32 x 2.68 A 152 W 1 x 66 W — — 27 A — MA90GZ7W11 Compressor Phase Voltage No. R35GZ7V11 Model x No. 5 Both liquid and gas pipes 62 kg 87 kg Electrical specifications Specification Unit The table below contains the electrical specifications.481 m2 Hi-XA WL fin 0 1 43 m3/min AF-220-49-6-1 H: 765 rpm 46 m3/min AF-230-66-6-1 H: 775 rpm 0.01 0.3 kg 1 See page 1–71 Both liquid and gas pipes 39 kg 46 kg 62 kg 1. R35GZ7V11 Phase Voltage Frequency No. running current Starting current Recommended fuses Power supply intake 6. R60.9 kg Max. R45.0 mm Heat exchanger Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No.372 m3 Hi-XA WL fin 0 1 27 m3/min UE6S-31A4P H: 815 rpm L: 490 rpm 30 m3/min F62P45J22 H: 890 rpm L: 470 rpm 43 m3/min AF-220-49-6-1 H: 785 rpm L: 455 rpm 0. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tubeplate hole No.8 A — 48 A 16 A 5 for power supply 4 for connections with indoor (including earth wire) 3.6/6.4 A — 33.98 A — 19 A 12 A 5. of cylinders Oil charge 802 352 45 x 1 R45GZ7V11 808 052 45 x 1 R45GZ7W11 808 060 88 x 1 R60GZ7W11 802 445 88 x 1 MA56GZ7W11 808 060 88 x 1 MA90GZ7W11 802 445 88 x 1 Technical specifications Specification Compressor Hermetically sealed rotary compressor FV68S 2880 rpm 1 520 cc 733 mm 2 x 20 x 2.35 A 6. x motor output Fan motor Phase Voltage Starting current Nominal running current Power consumption No.0 kg Max. MA56 and MA90 The table below contains the technical specifications.8/7. 4 See page 1–71 1 step 3.0 mm 2875 rpm 2790 rpm 2800 rpm Hermetically sealed rotary compressor FV68S 2790 rpm — 750 cc 788 mm 2 x 24 x 2.0 mm 2 0. of motors x output 1–58 Part 1 – System Outline .481 m2 750 cc 1350 cc 788 mm 2 x 24 x 2.5 kg 1.2 R35.

ESiEN02–01A Specifications 3.719 m2 Hi-XA Non symm. x motor output Fan motor Phase Voltage No.3 RP71 The table below contains the technical specifications. Type Refrigerant oil type Oil charge Heat exchanger Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No. of motors x output Outdoor unit only 1~ 230 V Direct 1 x 2200 W 1~ 230 V 1 x 80 W 3~ 400 V 230 V Part 1 – System Outline 1–59 . of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tubeplate hole No. of fans Fan Nominal air flow (230V) cooling Fan motor model Fan speed Refrigerant circuit Type Charge Safety and functional devices Heat insulation Weight RP71B7V1 JT90FA-V1N x 1 RP71B7W1 JT90FA-YE x 1 RP71B7T1 JT90FA-T1 x 1 1 Hermetically sealed scroll type DAPHNE FVC68D 1200 cc 860 mm 2 x 38 x 2. waffle louvre 0 1 51 m3/min P47L11S 3 steps R407C 3.0 mm 6 0. Specification Unit Phase Voltage Frequency No.1 kg See page 1–71 and 3–15 Both liquid and gas pipes 88 kg 85 kg Technical specifications 3 4 5 RP71B7W1 3N~ 400 V RP71B7T1 3~ 230 V 5 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) 4 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) Electrical specifications The table below contains the electrical specifications. of wire connections RP71B7V1 1N~ 230 V 50 Hz 3 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) Power supply intake Compressor Phase Voltage Starting method No. Specification Compressor Model x No.

4 A 17. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tubeplate hole No.2 A 27.5 A — — — 2 x 7500 W — — — 230 + 140 W 5 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) RP100B7W1 3N~ 400 V RP100B7T1 3~ 230 V RP125B7W1 3N~ 400 V RP125B7T1 3~ 230 V RP200B7W1 3N~ 400 V RP250B7W1 No.0 mm 18 1. RP100B7V1 Model x No.9 kg 7.4 RP100. RP100B7V1 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 3 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) Nominal running current (cooling) Max.2 kg 170 m3/min P55J11F 1 step 175 m3/min P55J11F 0 m2 13 — — — — 2900 rpm 4000 cc 1790 mm 2 x 40 x 2.5 kg 9.0 mm 9 1. RP200 and RP250 The table below contains the technical specifications. of fans 3 4 5 Fan Nominal air flow (230V) cooling Fan motor model Fan speed Refrigerant circuit Type Charge Safety and functional devices Heat insulation Weight Electrical specifications Specification Unit Phase Voltage Frequency The table below contains the electrical specifications.6 kg See page 1–71 and 3–15 Both liquid and gas pipes 103 kg 98 kg 100 kg 194 kg 206 kg 3.57 m2 2 x 50 x 2. Type Crankcase heater Refrigerant oil type Speed Oil charge JT125FA-V1N x 1 RP100B7W1 JT125FA-YE x 1 RP100B7T1 JT125FA-T1 x 1 RP125B7W1 JT160FA-YE x 1 RP125B7T1 JT160FA-T1 x 1 RP200B7W1 JT236DA-YE x 2 RP250B7W1 JT300DA-YE x 2 Technical specifications Specification Compressor Hermetically sealed scroll type — DAPHNE FVC68D — 1500 cc 860 mm 2 x 54 x 2. of wire connections Compressor Phase Voltage No.9 A — — — 2 x 5500 W — — — 230 + 190 W 17. waffle louvre 8 2 94 m3/min P47L11S x 2 3 steps R407C 3. x motor output Starting method Fan motor Phase Voltage No.97 m2 — — — — 50 W 72 W Heat exchanger Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No. of motors x output 1–60 Part 1 – System Outline . running current Power supply intake — — Outdoor unit only 1~ 230 V 1 x 3000 W Direct 1~ 230 V 80 + 85 W 3~ 400 V 230 V 400 V 1x 3750 W 230 V 5 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) — — 4 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) — — 5 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) — — 4 wires for power supply (including earth wire) 4 wires for connection with indoor (including earth wire) — — 14.0 mm 16 1.Specifications ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3.022 Hi-XA Non symm. RP125.

Specification Unit Phase Voltage Frequency No. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tubeplate hole No. x motor output Speed No. of circuits Safety and functional devices Heat insulation Weight 2 steps R407C 1. 1 See page 1–71 Both liquid and gas pipes 50 kg 57 kg 2.8 A 42 A 42A 20 A RY45EAZ7V1 Part 1 – System Outline 1–61 .513 m2 Hi-XA WL fin 0 1 36 m3/min 32 m3/min 19TFB6062 H: 610 rpm L: 350 rpm Fan speed Refrigerant circuit Type Charge No. Specification Compressor Model x No.1 A 8.4 A 34 A 34 A 16 A Outdoor unit only 1 x 30 W 9.ESiEN02–01A Specifications 3. of fans Fan Nominal air flow (230 V) cooling Nominal air flow (230 V) heating Fan motor model Nominal speed (230 V) RY35EAZ7V1 1YC43BTV1 Hermetically sealed swing type — FVC68D + HAB15D 1 x 1300 W 2850 rpm 1 850 cc 805 mm 1 x 24 x 2.9 A 6.67 0. of motors x output 6. Type Crankcase heater Refrigerant oil type No. of wire connections RY35EAZ7V1 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 3 for power supply (including earth wire) 4 for connecting with indoor (including earth wire) Nominal running current (cooling) Nominal running current (heating) Starting current (cooling) Starting current (heating) Recommended fuses Power supply intake Fan motor No. of cylinders Oil charge Heat exchanger Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No.0 mm 3 0.481 m2 1 x 1700 W 2860 rpm — RY45EAZ7V1 1YC56ATV1N 1 Technical specifications 3 4 5 Electrical specifications The table below contains the electrical specifications.5 RY35 and RY45 The table below contains the technical specifications.1 kg Max.0 kg 31 m3/min 28 m3/min 788 mm 2 x 24 x 2.0 mm 1.

022 m2 13 — 1 x 3000 W — 1500 cc — 1 x 3750 W — 2 x 5500 W 2900 rpm 4000 cc 1790 mm 2 x 40 x 2.6 kg 3.97 m2 2 x 7500 W — — — — 50 W 72 W 3 4 5 Heat exchanger Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No.5 A — — — 5 for power supply (including earth wire) 4 for connecting with indoor (including earth wire) RYP71B7W1 3N~ 400 V RYP100B7V1 1~ 230 V RYP100B7W1 3N~ 400 V RYP125B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 No.1 kg See page 1–71 and 3–15 Both liquid and gas pipes 89 kg 86 kg 104 kg 99 kg 102 kg 196 kg 210 kg 3. waffle louvre 0 1 51 m3/min 46 m3/min P47L11S 3 steps R407C 3. RYP200 and RYP250 The table below contains the technical specifications. x motor output Speed Oil charge JT90FA-V1N x 1 RYP71B7W1 JT90FA-YE x 1 RYP100B7V1 JT125FA-V1N x 1 RYP100B7W1 JT125F-YE x 1 RYP125B7W1 JT160FA-YE x 1 RYP200B7W1 JT236DA-YE x 2 RYP250B7W1 JT300DA-YE x 2 Technical specifications Specification Compressor Hermetically sealed scroll type — DAPHNE FVC68D 1 x 2200 W — 1200 cc 860 mm 2 x 38 x 2. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tubeplate hole No. of fans Fan Nominal air flow (230 V) cooling Nominal air flow (230 V) heating Fan motor model Fan speed Refrigerant circuit Type Charge Safety and functional devices Heat insulation Weight Electrical specifications Specification Unit Phase Voltage Frequency The table below contains the electrical specifications.5 kg 9. RYP71B7V1 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 3 for power supply (including earth wire) 4 for connecting with indoor (including earth wire) Nominal running current (cooling) Nominal running current (heating) Max. of motors x output 1–62 Part 1 – System Outline .9 kg 7. RYP71B7V1 Model x No.0 mm 18 1.Specifications ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3.0 mm 16 1. Type Crankcase heater Refrigerant oil type No. running current Power supply intake — — — Outdoor unit only 1~ 230 V Direct 1~ 230 V 1 x 80 W 80 + 85 W 1~ 230 V — — 230 + 190 W — — 3~ 400 V 1~ 230 V 3~ 400 V 5 for power supply (including earth wire) 4 for connecting with indoor (including earth wire) — — — 3 for power supply (including earth wire) 4 for connecting with indoor (including earth wire) — — — — — — — — — — 14.2 A — 27. RYP100. of wire connections Compressor Phase Voltage Starting method Fan motor Phase Voltage No.6 RYP71.0 mm 9 1.0 mm 6 0.719 m2 Hi-XA Non symm.4 A — 17.2 kg 8 2 94 m3/min 82 m3/min P47L11 x 2 85 m3/min 170 m3/min — P55J11F 1 step 175 m3/min — 0 2 x 54 x 2. RYP125.57 m2 2 x 50 x 2.9 A — — — 17.

of motors x output Power consumption FLA (Full Load Amps) FHC35BZ7V1 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 1 x 45 W 140 W 0.6 A 161 W 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–63 .5 mm 0.331 m2 Hi-XA Cross fin coil H: 14 m3/min L: 10 m3/min Fan motor model Fan speed Fan type Drive Refrigerant circuit Safety and functional devices Air filter Temperature control Insulation Heat Sound absorbing Weight Unit: 23 kg Decoration panel: 5 kg Type QTS56B14M 2 steps Turbo fan Direct drive R407C See page 1–91 and 3–14 Resin net (mold resistant) Computerized control Foamed polystyrene H: 15 m3/min L: 11 m3/min H: 18 m3/min L: 14 m3/min FHC45BZ7V1 FHC60BZ7V1 1 Technical specifications 3 4 FHC45BZ7V1 FHC60BZ7V1 Electrical specifications The table below contains the electrical specifications. Specification Heat exchanger Rows x stages x fin pitch Face area Tube type Fin type Fan Nominal air flow (cooling) FHC35BZ7V1 2 x 8 x 1.ESiEN02–01A Specifications 3. Specification Unit Phase Voltage Frequency Fan motor No.7 FHC The table below contains the technical specifications.

497 m2 FHYCP125B7V1 Fan Nominal air flow (cooling) H: 15 m3/min L: 11 m H: 15 L: 11 3/min H: 18 m3/min L: 14 m H: 18 L: 14 3/min H: 28 m3/min L: 21 m H: 28 L: 21 3/min H: 31 m3/min L: 24 m3/min H: 31 m3/min L: 24 m3/min 3 Refrigerant circuit Nominal air flow (heating) H: 14 L: 10 m3/min m3/min m3/min m3/min m3/min m3/min m3/min m3/min Fan motor model Fan speed Fan type Drive Type QTS46B14M 2 steps Turbo fan Direct drive R407C See page 1–91 and 3–14 QTS46A17M 4 5 Safety and functional devices Air filter Filter class Max.5 mm 0.331 m2 Hi-XA Cross fin coil H: 14 m3/min L: 10 m 3/min Technical specifications Specification Heat exchanger FHYCP45B7V1 FHYC45BZ7V1 FHYCP60B7V1 FHYCP71B7V1 FHYCP100B7V1 2 x 12 x 1.8 FHYC and FHYCP The table below contains the technical specifications.5 mm 0.0 A 204 W 1 x 90 W 238 W FHYCP45B7V1 FHYC45BZ7V1 FHYCP60B7V1 FHYCP71B7V1 FHYCP100B7V1 FHYCP125B7V1 Fan motor FLA (Full Load Amps) Power consumption No. FHYCP35B7V1 FHYC35BZ7V1 Phase Voltage Frequency 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 0.Specifications ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3. temperature Cleaning Temperature control Insulation Heat Sound absorbing Weight Resin net (mold resistant) Computerized control Foamed polystyrene Unit: 23 kg Decoration panel: 5 kg Unit: 27 kg Decoration panel: 5 kg Electrical specifications Specification Unit The table below contains the electrical specifications.6 A 140 W 1 x 45 W 161 W 1. FHYCP35B7V1 FHYC35BZ7V1 Rows x stages x fin pitch Face area Tube type Fin type 2 x 8 x 1. of motors x output 1–64 Part 1 – System Outline .

of motors x output Power consumption Part 1 – System Outline 1–65 . FHYBP35B7V1 Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No.75 mm 4 0.132 Hi-XA Fin Rhombus type 4 1 H: 11.9 FHYBP The table below contains the technical specifications.5 A 1 x 65 W 65 W 0. of fans 450 mm 3 x 14 x 1. FHYBP35B7V1 Phase Voltage Frequency Recommended fuses 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 16 A 1~ 230 V 0.338 m2 13 FHYBP45B7V1 FHYBP60B7V1 750 mm FHYBP71B7V1 FHYBP100B7V1 1150 mm FHYBP125B7V1 1 Technical specifications Specification Heat exchanger Fan Nominal air flow (cooling) 3 4 5 H: 11.9 A 1 x 125 W 125 W 1.4 A 1 x 225 W 225 W 20 A — — — — FHYBP45B7V1 FHYBP60B7V1 FHYBP71B7V1 FHYBP100B7V1 FHYBP125B7V1 Fan motor Phase Voltage Nominal running current No.5 m3/min L: 9 m3/min H: 14 m3/min L: 10 m3/min H: 19 m3/min L: 14 m3/min H: 27 m3/min L: 20 m3/min Fan speed Fan type Drive Static external pressure (50/60 Hz) 2 steps Sirocco fan Direct drive — — H: 88 M: 49 L: 20 H: 88 M: 49 Refrigerant circuit Safety and functional devices Insulation Type R407C See page 1–91 and 3–14 Heat Sound absorbing Both liquid and gas pipes Flame and heat resistant foamed polyethylene.221 m2 10 0.0 A 1 x 135 W 135 W 1. regular foamed polyethylene and foamed PU 30 kg 31 kg Foamed polyurethane Weight 41 kg 51 kg 52 kg Electrical specifications Specification Unit The table below contains the electrical specifications.5 m3/min L: 9 Nominal air flow (heating) m3/min H: 14 m3/min L: 10 m3/min 0 2 H: 19 m3/min L: 14 m3/min 14 3 H: 27 m3/min L: 20 m3/min H: 35 m3/min L: 24 m3/min H: 35 m3/min L: 24 m3/min 0 m2 6 7 0.7 A 1 x 85 W 85 W 0. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tube hole No.ESiEN02–01A Specifications 3.

of motors x output FDYP125B7V1 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 500 W 650 W 1000 W FDYP200B7V1 FDYP250B7V1 5 1–66 Part 1 – System Outline .75 mm 0. EN 779 5G2) 100°C Hot water 30-40°C or compressed air Computerized control Sound absorbing Flame and heat resistant foamed felt 59 kg 90 kg 92 kg 0-250 Pa Non symm.Specifications ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3. fin 69 m3/min DPC241-241NB 2 steps 89 m3/min FDYP200B7V1 3 x 24 x 3 mm 0. temperature Cleaning Eurovent 4/5 (EU2).338 m2 Hi-XA MLH7 fin hydrophilia 43 m3/min DPA216-178NB 3 steps Direct drive 0-150 Pa R407C See page 1–91 and 3–14 Filter class Max. Specification Heat exchanger Rows x stages x fin pitch Face area Tube type Fin type Fan Nominal air flow (cooling) Fan motor model Fan speed Drive FDYP125B7V1 3 x 14 x 1. Specification Unit Phase Voltage Frequency Fan motor No.634 m2 FDYP250B7V1 Technical specifications 3 4 Electrical specifications Static external pressure (50/60 Hz) Refrigerant circuit Safety and functional devices Air filter Type Temperature control Insulation Weight The table below contains the electrical specifications.10 FDYP The table below contains the technical specifications.

182 m2 0. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tube hole 722 mm 2 x 12 x 1.233 m2 3 x 12 x 1.11 FHYP The table below contains the technical specifications. FHYP35BV1 Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No.75 mm 11 0.ESiEN02–01A Specifications 3.6 A 3 x 62 W 4 x 62 W 115 W 117 W 135 W 0. of motors x output Part 1 – System Outline 1–67 .293 m2 0.7 A 3 x 130 W 4 x 130 W 144 W FHYP45BV1 FHYP60BV1 FHYP71BV1 FHYP100BV1 FHYP125BV1 5 Fan motor Phase Voltage Power consumption FLA (Full Load Amps) No.75 mm 6 0. FHYP35BV1 Phase Voltage Frequency 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 1~ 230 V 111 W 0.341 m2 FHYP45BV1 FHYP60BV1 922 mm FHYP71BV1 FHYP100BV1 1162 mm FHYP125BV1 1352 mm 1 Technical specifications Specification Heat exchanger N-hiX tubes Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins) 0 H: 13 m3/min L: 10 m3/min H: 16m3/min L: 13 m3/min H: 17 m3/min L: 14 m3/min H: 24 m3/min L: 20 m3/min H: 30 m3/min L: 25 m3/min H: 30 m3/min L: 25 m3/min 4D12K2AA1 Fan Nominal air flow (cooling) 3 4 Nominal air flow (heating) H: 13 m3/min L: 10 m3/min H: 16 m3/min L: 13 m3/min 4D12K1AA1 H: 17 m3/min L: 14 m3/min H: 24 m3/min L: 20 m3/min 3D12K2AA1 Fan motor model Fan speed Fan type Refrigerant circuit Safety and functional devices Insulation Heat Sound absorbing Weight Type 3D12K1AA1 2 steps Sirroco fan R407C See page 1–91 and 3–14 Foamed polystyrene / foamed polyethylene Foamed polyurethane / glass wool 23 kg 24 kg 26 kg 27 kg 32 kg 35 kg Electrical specifications Specification Unit The table below contains the electrical specifications.

Specifications ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3.8 mm 12 FUYP100BV17 FUYP125BV17 Technical specifications N-hiX tubes Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins) 0 H: 19 m3/min L: 14 m3/min 4 H: 29 m3/min L: 21 m3/min H: 29 m3/min 0 H: 32 m3/min L: 23 m3/min H: 32 m3/min L: 23 m3/min 3 4 5 Refrigerant circuit Safety and functional devices Air filter Insulation Nominal air flow (heating) H: 19 m3/min L: 14 m3/min Fan motor model Fan speed Fan type Type QTS48A10M 2 steps Turbo fan R407C See page 1–91 and 3–14 L: 21 m3/min QTS50B15M Resin net (with mold resistant) Heat Heat resistant foamed polyethylene Regular foamed polyethylene Weight 25 kg 31 kg Electrical specifications The table below contains the electrical specifications. Specification Heat exchanger Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No. of motors x output 0.265 m2 0.8 mm 8 0.12 FUYP The table below contains the technical specifications. Specification Unit Phase Voltage Frequency Fan motor Phase Voltage Power consumption FUYP71BV17 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 1~ 230 V Cooling: 180 W Heating: 160 W FLA (Full Load Amps) No. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tube hole Fan Nominal air flow (cooling) FUYP71BV17 2101 mm 3 x 6 x 1.0 A 1 x 90 W FUYP100BV17 FUYP125BV17 1–68 Part 1 – System Outline .6 A 1 x 45 W Cooling: 289 W Heating: 269 W 1.353 m2 3 x 8 x 1.

13 FAYP and FHYKP The table below contains the technical specifications.186 m2 3 x 11 x 1.3 A 1 x 46 W 0. of motors x output 0.75 mm 5 0. FAYP71BV1 Length Rows x stages x fin pitch No.3 A 1 x 25 W Cooling: 123 W Heating: 90 W 0.4 A 1 x 49 W 0.4 mm 9 0. of passes Face area Tube type Fin type Empty tube hole 1320 mm 2 x 12 x 1.332 m2 FAYP100BV1 FHYKP35BV1 778 mm 2 x 11 x 1.ESiEN02–01A Specifications 3.5 kg 31 kg 33 kg BYK71FJW1 5 FHYKP71BV1 Electrical specifications Specification Unit The table below contains the electrical specifications.2 A 1 x 20 W Cooling: 100 W Heating: 67 W 0.5 kg 9.5 A 1 x 45 W FHYKP45BV1 FHYKP60BV1 Fan motor Phase Voltage Power consumption Part 1 – System Outline 1–69 .226 m2 FHYKP45BV1 FHYKP60BV1 978 mm FHYKP71BV1 1 Technical specifications Specification Heat exchanger N-hiX tubes Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins) 2 H: 19 m3/min L: 16 m3/min H: 23 m3/min L: 19 m3/min N-hiX tubes Cross fin coil (multi louvre fins) 2 H: 12 m3/min L: 9 m3/min 3 H: 12 m3/min L: 10 m3/min H: 17 m3/min L: 14 m3/min H: 17 m3/min L: 14 m3/min 4D12H1AG1V1 Fan Nominal air flow (cooling) 3 4 Nominal air flow (heating) H: 19 m3/min L: 16 m3/min H: 23 m3/min L: 19 m3/min H: 12 m3/min L: 9 m3/min 3D12H1AH1V1 2 steps Sirocco fan R407C H: 12 m3/min L: 10 m3/min 3D12H1J1V1 Fan motor model Fan speed Fan type Refrigerant circuit Safety and functional devices Insulation Weight Decoration panel (option) Model Air filter Weight Heat Type QCL1163MA and QCL1163MB 2 steps Cross frow fan R407C See page 1–91 and 3–14 Foamed polystyrene / foamed polyethylene 26 kg — — — — — — See page 1–91 and 3–14 Foamed polystyrene / foamed polyethylene 30 kg BYK45FJW1 Resin net (with mold resistant) 8.75 mm 9 0. FAYP71BV1 Phase Voltage Frequency 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 1~ 230 V 86 W 101 W FAYP100BV1 FHYKP35BV1 1~ 230 V 50 Hz 1~ 230 V Cooling: 92 W Heating: 59 W FLA (Full Load Amps) No.

Specifications ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3 4 5 1–70 Part 1 – System Outline .

RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1 4. RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 4. FDYP.2–R35GZ7V11 4.12–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Double Twin 4. RYP100B7V1. RP100B7W1.9–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Pair 4. FHYC. RP71B7W1.3–R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 4.7–RP71B7V1.11–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Triple 4.18–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Twin 4.1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains the following information: ■ ■ Introduction Functional diagrams Pipe connection diameters.22–Piping Components 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–71 . 3 See page 1–72 1–73 1–74 1–75 1–76 1–77 1–78 1–79 1–80 1–81 1–82 1–83 1–84 1–85 1–86 1–87 1–88 1–89 1–90 1–91 1–93 Functional diagrams This chapter contains the following functional diagrams: Functional diagram 4. FAYP.4–R60GZ7W1 4. RYP71B7W1. RP100B7T1.17–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Pair 4. FHYP and FHYKP 4.21–FHC.5–MA56GZ7W11 4.16–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit 4.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams Part 1 1 4 Functional Diagrams 4.6–MA90GZ7W11 4. FHYCP. RP71B7T1.19–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Triple 4. RP100B7V1.8–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit 4.20–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Double Twin 4.13–RY35EAZ7V1 4. FUYP.10–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Twin 4.14–RY45EAZ7V1 4.15–RYP71B7V1. FHYBP.

Model R35GZ7V11 ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 12. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.2 R35GZ7V11 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.70 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6. 7 Functional diagram MF 14 Cooling 8 3 4 5b 5b 2a Liquid piping MC 3 9 5 Components For a description of the components.35 mm 1–72 Part 1 – System Outline Gas piping 4 . Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4.

3 R45GZ7V11 and R45GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.35 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–73 . 7 1 Functional diagram MF 14 Cooling 8 5b Liquid piping 2a 3 4 5 4 Gas piping 3 9 MC Components For a description of the components.87 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. Model R45GZ7V11 R45GZ7W11 ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 15.

87 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. Functional diagram 7 8 Cooling 4 M1C 4 9 17 3 5 Components For a description of the components.4 R60GZ7W1 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4.35 mm 1–74 Part 1 – System Outline Gas piping Liquid piping 3 M2F 14 5b 2a . Model R60GZ7W1 ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 15.

70 mm 9.87 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6. Model MA56GZ7W11 Room A B C D ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 12.52 mm 15.35 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–75 .5 MA56GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. 8 8 7 2b 8 8 Cooling 18 M2F 1 6 6 6 6 Room D Liquid piping Room B Room C Room A Functional diagram 14 3 Room A Gas piping Room B Room C 3 M1C 4 5 4 9 9 Room D Components For a description of the components.

see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4.35 mm 1–76 Part 1 – System Outline . 11 8 Cooling 8 2b p> Functional diagram 6 Room E 6 8 6 Room B 6 Room C 6 Room D Room A Liquid piping Gas piping 7 13 19 Y1S M2F 14 19 Y3S 3 M1C 20 R2T 5b Room E 18 Room A Room B 4 5 Components Room C 4 9 9 17 20 R1T 3 Room D For a description of the components.6 MA90GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.70 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6.87 mm ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 12. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. Model MA90GZ7W11 Room A B C D E 15.

52 mm Part 1 – System Outline Gas piping 1–77 .7 RP71B7V1. Model RP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 19. RP100B7W1. RP71B7T1.05 mm ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 15. RP100B7T1.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4. RP100B7V1. RP125B7W1 and RP125B7T1 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. RP71B7W1. SV 1 Functional diagram 19 7 10 8 6 3 14 8 4 2b Liquid piping 13 p> 12 p< 11 5 4 3 Components For a description of the components.87 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 9.

see page 1-81. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. For double twin. 1–78 Part 1 – System Outline Gas piping . see page 1-79. see page 1-82.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4. Model RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ■ ■ ■ ■ ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) For pair. For triple. For twin.8 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. 19 7 10 Functional diagram 14 8 6 3 8 4 5 Components 11 4 12 13 p> p< 2b Liquid piping 3 For a description of the components. see page 1-80. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.

Model RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe (flange) 28.70 mm 15.9 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Pair The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. 1 Functional diagram Outdoor unit: RP200B7W1 or RP250B7W1 Liquid Gas 3 4 ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 12.87 mm Components For a description of the components. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.57 mm 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–79 . Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4.

87 mm 1–80 Part 1 – System Outline . Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.70 mm 15. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4.57 mm ∅ Liquid pipe 12. Functional diagram Liquid 3 Outdoor unit: RP200B7W1 or RP250B7W1 Liquid Gas 4 5 Components Gas Liquid Gas For a description of the components.10 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Twin The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. Model RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe 28.

57 mm ∅ Liquid pipe 12.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4. Model RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe 28. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.70 mm 15. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. 1 Functional diagram Liquid Gas 3 Liquid Outdoor unit: RP200B7W1 or RP250B7W1 Gas Liquid Gas 4 5 Liquid Gas Components For a description of the components.87 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–81 .11 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Triple The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.

05 mm (flare) 15. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4.70 mm (flare) 9.70 mm (flare) 28.87 mm (flare) ∅ Liquid pipe 12.52 mm (flare) 6.87 mm (flare) 9.57 mm (flange) 19.52 mm (flare) 9. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.12 RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1: Double Twin The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. Model RP200B7W1 Between Outdoor unit – branch pipe Branch pipe – branch pipe Branch pipe – indoor unit RP250B7W1 Outdoor unit – branch pipe Branch pipe – branch pipe Branch pipe – indoor unit ∅ Gas pipe 28.05 mm (flare) 12.35 mm (flare) 15.57 mm (flange) 19. Functional diagram Liquid Liquid Gas 3 Outdoor unit: RP200B7W1 or RP250B7W1 Liquid Gas Liquid Gas 4 5 Gas Liquid Liquid Gas Gas Liquid Gas Components For a description of the components.52 mm (flare) 1–82 Part 1 – System Outline .

see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.35 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–83 . Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4.13 RY35EAZ7V1 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.70 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6. 8 7 5b Heating Cooling 13 p> M2F 1 Functional diagram 16 14 8 3 M1C Gas Liquid piping piping 2a 4 9 9 3 4 5 Components For a description of the components. Model RY35EAZ7V1 ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 12.

14 RY45EAZ7V1 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. Model RY45EAZ7V1 ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 15.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.87 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6.35 mm 1–84 Part 1 – System Outline Gas Liquid piping piping 2a . 5 Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. 7 5b 16 Heating Cooling 13 p> Functional diagram 8 5b M2F 8 14 3 M1C 4 Components 4 9 9 3 For a description of the components.

15 RYP71B7V1. RYP100B7V1. Model RYP71B7V1 RYP71B7W1 RYP100B7V1 RYP100B7W1 RYP125B7W1 19. 15a 15a 8 7 15a 15a SV 1 Functional diagram 19 10 8 6 15b 16 12 13 p> p< 3 4 8 2b Gas Liquid piping piping 11 5 3 4 Components For a description of the components. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. RYP71B7W1.52 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–85 . Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4.87 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 9.05 mm ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 15.

see page 1-88 For triple.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. see page 1-90 1–86 Part 1 – System Outline Gas piping Liquid piping 12 . see page 1-87 For twin. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters. 15a 7 14 15a 15a 15a Functional diagram 3 15b 19 10 8 6 8 16 11 4 5 13 p> 17 8 2b p< 4 3 Components For a description of the components.16 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Outdoor Unit The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. see page 1-89 For double twin. Model RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe (flange) ■ ■ ■ ■ ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) For pair.

57 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 12. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. Model RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe (flange) 28.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4. 1 Functional diagram Outdoor unit: RYP200B7W1 or RYP250B7W1 Liquid 3 4 5 Gas Components For a description of the components.87 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–87 .17 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Pair The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.70 mm 15.

57 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 12. Model RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe (flange) 28.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. Functional diagram Liquid 3 4 5 Components Outdoor unit: RYP200B7W1 or RYP250B7W1 Liquid Gas Gas Liquid Gas For a description of the components. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.70 mm 15.18 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Twin The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.87 mm 1–88 Part 1 – System Outline .

Model RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 ∅ Gas pipe (flange) 28.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93. 1 Functional diagram Liquid Gas 3 Liquid Liquid Gas Outdoor unit: RYP200B7W1 or RYP250B7W1 4 5 Gas Liquid Gas Components For a description of the components.19 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Triple The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.70 mm 15.57 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 12.87 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–89 . Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.

87 mm ∅ Liquid pipe 12.05 mm 15. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.70 mm 28.52 mm 1–90 Part 1 – System Outline .70 mm 9.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 4.87 mm 9.35 mm 15. Model RYP200B7W1 Between Outdoor unit – branch pipe Branch pipe – branch pipe Branch pipe – indoor unit RYP250B7W1 Outdoor unit – branch pipe Branch pipe – branch pipe Branch pipe – indoor unit ∅ Gas pipe 28.20 RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1: Double Twin The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.52 mm 6. Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.05 mm 12.57 mm 19. Functional diagram Liquid Liquid Gas 3 Outdoor unit: RYP200B7W1 or RYP250B7W1 Liquid Gas Liquid Gas 4 5 Gas Liquid Liquid Gas Gas Liquid Gas Components For a description of the components.57 mm 19.

70 mm 15. FHYBP.35 mm 6.35 mm Part 1 – System Outline 1–91 . Pipe connection diameters The table below contains the refrigerant pipe connection diameters.52 mm 6.90 mm 9.52 mm 6. 1 Functional diagram 7 Cooling 1a 8 Heating 1a 3 4 5 Components For a description of the components.05 12.90 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 6.35 mm ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 12. FDYP. FAYP.90 mm 12.21 FHC.70 mm 15. FHYC. see ’Piping Components’ on page 1–93.70 mm 15.05 mm 12. FHYP and FHYKP The illustration below shows the functional diagram of the refrigeration circuit.90 mm 9. FHYCP. Model FHC35BZ7V1 FHC45BZ7V1 FHC60BZ7V1 FHYBP35B7V1 FHYBP45B7V1 FHYBP60B7V1 FHYBP71B7V1 FHYBP100B7V1 FHYBP125B7V1 FHYC35BZ7V1 FHYC45BZ7V1 FHYCP35B7V1 FHYCP45B7V1 FHYCP60B7V1 FHYCP71B7V1 FHYCP100B7V1 FHYCP125B7V1 19. FUYP.35 mm 19.ESiEN02–01A Functional Diagrams 4.70 mm 15.

52 mm 12.35 mm 9.57 mm 9.90 mm 3 4 5 FDYP250B7V1 FHYP35BV1 FHYP45BV1 FHYP60BV1 FHYP71BV1 FHYP100BV1 FHYP125BV1 FHYKP35BV1 FHYKP45BV1 FHYKP60BV1 FHYKP71BV1 15.70 mm 6.70 mm 15.52 mm 9.52 mm 1–92 Part 1 – System Outline .05 mm 28.70 mm 19.52 mm 15.Functional Diagrams ESiEN02–01A 1 1 Model FUYP71BV17 FUYP100BV17 FUYP125BV17 FAYP71BV1 FAYP100BV1 FDYP125B7V1 FDYP200B7V1 ∅ Gas pipe (flare) 15.90 mm 19.90 mm 19.90 mm 12.05 mm 15.90 mm 12.52 mm 6.05 mm 19.35 mm 9.05 mm ∅ Liquid pipe (flare) 9.

Control to keep the low pressure > 4. a timer starts counting up to 150 as soon as the cooling or defrosting operation is stopped. The compressor can restart after 3 min from last stop. The check valve allows you to connect a gauge. The accumulator is used to separate the gas from the liquid in order to protect the compressor against liquid pumping. 1a 1b 2a 2b 3 4 5a 5b 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15a 15b 16 4-way valve (reversing solenoid valve) 17 18 19 Muffler Low pressure control valve Solenoid valve Electronic expansion valve Heat exchanger Filter Accumulator Liquid receiver Check valve with service port Low-pressure switch High-pressure switch Propeller fan and fan motor One-way valve Components Component Flare connection Flange connection Liquid stop valve Liquid stop valve with service port Gas stop valve with service port Compressor Capillary tube Function / remark See pipe connection diameter. The 4-way valve is used to select refrigerant flow in cooling or heating mode. which may enter the system during installation and is also used to avoid blockage of the capillaries and other fine mechanical parts of the unit. The high-pressure switch stops the operation of the unit when the pressure becomes abnormally high. The liquid stop valve is used as shut-off valve in case of a pump-down. The one-way valve is used to force the refrigerant liquid to flow through the receiver and the expansion valve in the same direction both in cooling and heating.3 bar Y1S: Capacity control solenoid valve Y3S: Liquid injection solenoid valve —: Solenoid valve R1T: Capacity control thermistor R2T: Liquid injection thermistor ■ ■ ■ 20 Thermistor ■ ■ Part 1 – System Outline 1–93 .22 Piping Components The table below contains the different components of the functional diagrams. The low-pressure switch stops the operation of the unit when the pressure becomes abnormally low. The expansion valve expands the liquid to enable evaporation in the evaporator. The capillary tube expands the liquid to enable evaporation in the evaporator.ESiEN02–01A Part 1 1 4. 3 1 5 The gas stop valve is used as shut-off valve in case of a pump-down. The heat exchanger is of the multi louvre fin type. The capillary tube allows pressure equalization during a compressor OFF-cycle. The muffler is used to absorb the refrigerant noise from the compressor. When the 4-way valve switches from ON to OFF. The filter is used to collect impurities. The propeller fan creates air displacement across the heat exhanger. No . The one-way valve is used to release overpressure in the liquid receiver during stand-still. This delay time is to eliminate the switching sound. The opening degree is controlled to obtain the optimum discharge temperature. It is also used as a container in which surplus refrigerant is stored. Hi-X -tubes and coated waffle louvre fins are used. The liquid receiver is used to make sure only completely liquefied refrigerant is sent to the expansion valve.

ESiEN02–01A 1 3 1 5 1–94 Part 1 – System Outline .

6–MA90GZ7W11 5.18–FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 5. FHYC45BZ7V1. RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 5.11–RP200B7W1. FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 5.13–FHC35BZ7V1. RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 5. RP250B7W1.14–FHYBP35B7V1. FHYCP45B7V1. FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 5. FHYBP71B7V1.8–RP71B7W1. Introduction Outdoor units This chapter contains the following switch box layouts: Switch box layout 5.7–RP71B7V1 and RYP71B7V1 5. RP71B7T1 and RYP71B7W1 5.16–FHYP35BV1.19–FHYKP35BV1.5–MA56GZ7W11 5. FHYCP35B7V1. FHC60BZ7V1. FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 See page 1–107 1–108 1–109 1–110 1–111 1–112 1–113 Part 1 – System Outline 1–95 . FHYBP45B7V1. FHYP71BV1.4–R60GZ7W1 5.10–RP100B7W1.2–R35GZ7V11 and R45GZ7V11 5. FHYCP60B7V1. FHC45BZ7V1. FHYKP45BV1.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout Part 1 1 5 Switch Box Layout 5. FHYBP60B7V1. FHYP45BV1.3–R45GZ7W11 5.15–FDYP125B7V1.17–FUYP71BV17. FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 5. FHYCP71B7V1. RP125B7W1. FHYP60BV1. FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 5.9–RP100B7V1 and RYP100B7V1 5. FHYC35BZ7V1.12–RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 See page 1–96 1–97 1–98 1–99 1–100 1–101 1–102 1–103 1–104 1–105 1–106 3 4 5 Indoor units This chapter contains the following switch box layouts: Switch box layout 5. RP100B7T1.1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter shows the switch box components. RP125B7T1. FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 5.

Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5. X1M F2S C1R Switch box 3 4 5 Z1F C2R K1M S1T Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.2 R35GZ7V11 and R45GZ7V11 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. Symbol X1M F2S C1R S1T K1M C2R Z1F Component Terminal strip (field wiring) Surge arrester Compressor running capacitor Thermostat Magnetic contactor (M1C) Fan motor capacitor Noise filter 1–96 Part 1 – System Outline .

Symbol F2S K2R K1M F3C R1P S1T C2R Z1F Component Surge arrester Magnetic relay Magnetic contactor Overcurrent relay Reverse phase protector Thermostat Fan motor capacitor Noise filter Part 1 – System Outline 1–97 . F2S K2R K1M F3C R1P 1 Switch box 3 4 5 Z1F C2R S1T Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5.3 R45GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.

Symbol S1T K1M F3C C2R X1M Component Thermostat Magnetic contactor Overcurrent relay Fan motor capacitor Terminal strip Symbol R1P Z1F K2R F2S — Component Reverse phase protector Noise filter Magnetic relay Surge arrester 1–98 Part 1 – System Outline .4 R60GZ7W1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. S1T K1M F3C C2R X1M Switch box 3 4 5 F2S K2R Z1F R1P Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5.

Symbol F3C K1M S1T X1M Z1F Component Overcurrent relay Magnetic contactor Thermostat Terminal strip Noise filter Symbol X2M C2R PCB1 F2S T1R Component Terminal strip Fan motor capacitor Printed circuit board Surge arrester Transformer Part 1 – System Outline 1–99 . F3C K1M S1T X1M Z1F X2M 1 Switch box 3 4 5 T1R F2S PCB1 C2R Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5.5 MA56GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.

Symbol S1T PCB1 PCB2 T1R PCB3 K1M C2R Z1F Component Thermostat Printed circuit board Printed circuit board Transformer Printed circuit board Compressor contactor Running capacitor Noise filter 1–100 Part 1 – System Outline . S1T PCB1 PCB2 T1R PCB3 Switch box 3 4 5 Z1F C2R K1M Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5.6 MA90GZ7W11 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.

T1R K1S C1R K1M F1C 1 Switch box 3 4 5 PCB1 PCB2 X1M Components The table below contains the components of the switch box. Symbol T1R K1S C1R K1M F1C X1M PCB1 PCB2 Component Transformer Starting contactor Fan motor capacitor Magnetic contactor Overcurrent relay Terminal strip Printed circuit board Printed circuit board (interlock PCB) Part 1 – System Outline 1–101 .7 RP71B7V1 and RYP71B7V1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5.

8 RP71B7W1. X1M PCB2 PCB1 Switch box 3 4 5 F1C K1M C1R T1R Components The table below contains the components of the switch box. Symbol X1M PCB1 PCB2 T1R C1R K1M F1C Component Terminal strip Printed circuit board Printed circuit board (interlock PCB) Transformer Fan motor capacitor Magnetic contactor Overcurrent relay 1–102 Part 1 – System Outline . RP71B7T1 and RYP71B7W1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5.

Symbol T1R K1S C1R C2R K1M F1C X1M PCB1 PCB2 Component Transformer Starting contactor Fan motor capacitor 1 Fan motor capacitor 2 Magnetic contactor Overcurrent relay Terminal strip Printed circuit board Printed circuit board (interlock PCB) Part 1 – System Outline 1–103 .9 RP100B7V1 and RYP100B7V1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5. T1R K1S C1R K1M F1C C2R 1 Switch box 3 4 5 PCB1 PCB2 X1M Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.

Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5. RP125B7T1. RP100B7T1.10 RP100B7W1. X1M PCB2 PCB1 Switch box 3 4 5 F1C K1M C2R C1R T1R Components The table below contains the components of the switch box. RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. RP125B7W1. Symbol X1M PCB1 PCB2 T1R C1R C2R K1M F1C Component Terminal strip Printed circuit board Printed circuit board (interlock PCB) Transformer Fan motor capacitor 1 Fan motor capacitor 2 Magnetic contactor Overcurrent relay 1–104 Part 1 – System Outline .

11 RP200B7W1. RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. PCB2 PCB3 PCB1 C1R C2R K1M 1 Switch box 3 4 T1R X1M F1C Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5. Symbol PCB1 PCB2 PCB3 C1R C2R K1M F1C X1M T1R Component Printed circuit board Printed circuit board (interlock PCB) Printed circuit board (power supply PCB) Fan motor capacitor 1 Fan motor capacitor 2 Magnetic contactor Overcurrent relay Terminal strip Transformer 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–105 . RP250B7W1.

K1M C1R C2R X1M Switch box 3 4 5 PCB T1R Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.12 RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5. Symbol K1M C1R C2R X1M T1R PCB Component Magnetic contactor Compressor running capacitor Fan motor capacitor Terminal strip Transformer Printed circuit board 1–106 Part 1 – System Outline .

ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5. FHYCP35B7V1. FHYCP100B7V1 and FHYCP125B7V1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. Symbol T1R PCB1 C1R X2M X1M Component Transformer Printed circuit board Fan motor capacitor Terminal strip (interconnection wiring) Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2) Part 1 – System Outline 1–107 . FHC45BZ7V1. FHYC45BZ7V1. FHYCP60B7V1. FHYCP71B7V1. FHYCP45B7V1. FHC60BZ7V1. T1R PCB1 C1R 1 Switch box 3 4 X1M X2M 5 Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.13 FHC35BZ7V1. FHYC35BZ7V1.

Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5. FHYBP60B7V1.14 FHYBP35B7V1. FHYBP71B7V1. FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. PCB1 C1R Switch box 3 4 5 T1R X1M X2M Components The table below contains the components of the switch box. FHYBP45B7V1. Symbol PCB1 C1R X2M X1M T1R Component Printed circuit board Fan motor capacitor Terminal strip (interconnection wiring) Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2) Transformer 1–108 Part 1 – System Outline .

FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.15 FDYP125B7V1. Symbol PCB1 PCB2 K1F X1M T1R Component Printed circuit board Printed circuit board (interlock PCB) Magnetic contactor Terminal strip Transformer Part 1 – System Outline 1–109 . PCB1 PCB2 K1F 1 Switch box 3 4 5 T1R X1M Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5.

Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5. FHYP71BV1.16 FHYP35BV1. FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. FHYP45BV1. PCB1 C1R T1R Switch box 3 R1T X1M X2M 4 5 Components The table below contains the components of the switch box. FHYP60BV1. Symbol PCB1 C1R T1R X2M X1M R1T Component Printed circuit board Fan motor capacitor Transformer Terminal strip (interconnection wiring) Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2) Air thermistor 1–110 Part 1 – System Outline .

17 FUYP71BV17. Symbol PCB1 PCB2 C1R X1M X2M Component Printed circuit board Printed circuit board (power supply PCB) Fan motor capacitor Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2) Terminal strip (interconnection wiring) Part 1 – System Outline 1–111 .ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5. PCB1 1 Switch box 3 4 5 X2M X1M C1R PCB2 Components The table below contains the components of the switch box. FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.

Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 5.18 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout. Symbol PCB1 PCB2 C1R X1M X2M Component Printed circuit board Printed circuit board Fan motor capacitor Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2) Terminal strip (for interconnection wiring) 5 1–112 Part 1 – System Outline . PCB2 PCB1 C1R X1M Switch box 3 4 X2M Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.

FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 The illustration below shows the switch box layout.ESiEN02–01A Switch Box Layout 5.19 FHYKP35BV1. Symbol X2M C1R PCB1 X1M PCB2 Component Terminal strip (interconnection wiring) Fan motor capacitor Printed circuit board Terminal strip (for remote control P1/P2) Printed circuit board (power supply PCB) 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–113 . FHYKP45BV1. X2M C1R PCB1 X1M 1 Switch box 3 PCB2 Components The table below contains the components of the switch box.

Switch Box Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3 4 5 1–114 Part 1 – System Outline .

13–RP100B7T1and RP125B7T1 6.11–RP100B7V1 6.16–RYP71B7V1 6.18–RYP100B7V1 6.14–RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 6.ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units Part 1 1 6 Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 6.7–MA90GZ7W11 6.3–R45GZ7V11 6. Introduction Wiring diagrams This chapter contains the following wiring diagrams: Wiring diagram 6.2–R35GZ7V11 6.19–RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 6.12–RP100B7W1 and RP125B7W1 6.1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains the wiring diagrams of the outdoor units.4–R45GZ7W11 6.9–RP71B7W1 6.6–MA56GZ7W11 6.17–RYP71B7W1 6.5–R60GZ7W11 6.15–RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 6.20–RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 See page 1–116 1–117 1–118 1–119 1–120 1–121 1–122 1–123 1–124 1–125 1–126 1–127 1–128 1–129 1–130 1–131 1–132 1–133 1–134 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–115 .8–RP71B7V1 6.10–RP71B7T1 6.

2 4 1 1 1–116 Wiring diagram R35GZ7V11 Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units L : LIVE N : NEUTRAL : PROTECTIVE EARTH FIELD WIRING outdoor K1M RED BRN C L RED WHT WHT WHT BLU A BLU RED WHT RED BLU WHT WHT RED 5 6 1 2 BLU B YLW 3 4 indoor C2R Q1CL 1 2 3 1 2 3 S1T ORG BLK H X2A ORG BLK RED M 1~ BLU RED YLW M2F Q3M Q5E L N L 1~ 50Hz 230V GRN/YLW N X1M F2S Z1F F1U The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. C1R S R C M 1~ M1C C1R.5 3 6.C2R F1U F2S K1M M1C M2F Q1CL Q3M Q5E S1T X1M X2A Z1F : RUNNING CAPACITOR : FIELD FUSE : SURGE ARRESTER : COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR : COMPRESSOR MOTOR : FAN MOTOR : OVERCURRENT OVERLOAD SWITCH (COMPRESSOR) Part 1 – System Outline : THERMAL PROTECTOR : FIELD EARTH LEAK DETECTOR : THERMOSTAT : TERMINAL STRIP : CONNECTOR : NOISE FILTER ESiEN02–01A .

Q4M Q5E S1T X1M X2A Z1F : RUNNING CAPACITOR : FIELD FUSE : SURGE ARRESTER : COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR : COMPRESSOR MOTOR : FAN MOTOR : THERMAL PROTECTOR : FIELD EARTH LEAK DETECTOR : THERMOSTAT : TERMINAL STRIP : CONNECTOR : NOISE FILTER Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–117 1 5 4 3 .3 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram Part 1 – System Outline R45GZ7V11 L N : NEUTRAL : LIVE : PROTECTIVE EARTH FIELD WIRING outdoor K1M RED WHT BLU A BLU WHT WHT RED BLU WHT WHT RED 5 1 6 2 BLU RED YLW RED B RED WHT WHT YLW 3 BRN C L 4 indoor C2R 1 2 3 1 2 3 S1T H X2A ORG BLK ORG BLK RED M 1 M2F Q5E L N ~ L Q3M 1~ 50Hz 230V GRN/YLW N X1M F2S F1U The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.6. C1R S R C M 1 Z1F ~ M1C Q4M C1R.C2R F1U F2S K1M M1C M2F Q3M.

5 3 6.4 4 1 1 1–118 Wiring diagram R45GZ7W11 Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units N : NEUTRAL L1.L3 : PROTECTIVE EARTH Z1F WHT WHT : LIVE FIELD WIRING X1M K1M BRN BRN BLU RED WHT 3 2 13 YLW C L B A 14 S1T ORG BLK H X2A ORG BLK indoor RED 1 2 3 1 2 3 WHT Q2L K2R BLU 1 5 3 RED WHT Q5E T2 BRN S R R1P YLW C2R M 1 BLU BRN L1 WHT 8 7 GRY BLU ORG BRN WHT GRY 1 3 5 2 4 6 M2F BLK 95 98 2T1 4T2 6T3 RED YLW BLU ~ Q3M L1 L2 L3 N 3N~ 50Hz 400V L2 L3 F1U The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.L2. N BRN GRN/YLW F2S F3C T S R M 3 C2R F1U F2S F3C K1M K2R M1C M2F R1P S1T X1M outdoor Q2L Q3M Q5E X2A Z1F ~ : OVERLOAD PROTECTOR (COMPRESSOR INTERNAL) : THERMAL PROTECTOR : FIELD EARTH LEAK DETECTOR : CONNECTOR : NOISE FILTER : RUNNING CAPACITOR : FIELD FUSE : SURGE ARRESTER : OVERCURRENT RELAY : COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR : MAGNETIC RELAY : COMPRESSOR MOTOR : FAN MOTOR : REVERSE PHASE PROTECTOR : THERMOSTAT : TERMINAL STRIP M1C Part 1 – System Outline ESiEN02–01A .

GRN/YLW F2S outdoor Q2L Q3M Q5E X2A Z1F : OVERLOAD PROTECTOR : THERMAL PROTECTOR : FIELD EARTH LEAK DETECTOR : CONNECTOR : NOISE FILTER ~ M1C Q2L C2R F1U F2S F3C K1M K2R M1C M2F R1P S1T X1M : RUNNING CAPACITOR : FIELD FUSE : SURGE ARRESTER : OVERCURRENT RELAY : COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR : MAGNETIC RELAY : COMPRESSOR MOTOR : FAN MOTOR : REVERSE PHASE PROTECTOR : THERMOSTAT : TERMINAL STRIP Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–119 1 5 4 3 .6.L2.5 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram Part 1 – System Outline R60GZ7W11 : LIVE WHT WHT N : NEUTRAL L1.L3 : PROTECTIVE EARTH Z1F FIELD WIRING X1M K1M BRN 3 2 13 BLU C L B BLU RED WHT R 14 A 1 2 3 1 2 3 BLU T2 T1 S R1P S1T ORG BLK RED WHT H X2A ORG BLK indoor PCB BLU 1 5 YLW 8 7 95 1 BRN WHT GRY BRN 3 5 BRN WHT 2 4 6 98 2T1 4T2 6T3 3 BLK RED WHT K2R C2R M BRN Q5E BRN WHT GRY BLU ORG 1 L1 L1 L2 L3 N M2F ~ Q3M 3N~ 50Hz 400V L2 L3 F1U N F3C RED YLW BLU T S R M 3 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.

5 3 6. indoor ORG S5 SD YLW tß 1 2 3 S2 ORG S3 SC YLW BLK YLW RED WHT T M 3 S R D1 D2 D3 BLK D ~ M1C M ORG 1–120 Wiring diagram MA56GZ7W11 Q5E RED WHT BLU BLU BLU L1 K1M WHT BLU BRN R1P Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units L2 13 14 F1U 3N~ 50Hz 400V 3 B A 2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N C2R S1T H 98 C1 C2 C3 BLU WHT WHT T1R X11A 1 ~ Q3M M2F L1 L3 : LIVE : PROTECTIVE EARTH X2M N : NEUTRAL F2S 6 M Y14E Y13E M 6 outdoor M2F MR11 PCB1 PCB3 Q2L Q3M : : : : : FAN MOTOR MAGNETIC RELAY PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD OVERLOAD PROTECTOR THERMAL PROTECTOR PCB2 S1 C2R FU F1U F2S F3C K1M K2R M1C : : : : : : : : RUNNING CAPACITOR FUSE FIELD FUSE SURGE ARRESTOR OVERCURRENT RELAY COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR MAGNETIC RELAY COMPRESSOR MOTOR Part 1 – System Outline S1 S5 SA SD X11A.15 A SA 5 Q2L 6 M Y12E F3C 6T3 BLU YLW 4T2 2T1 RED 4 2 3 1 K1M ROOM B BLU YLW indoor BLU X9T BLU RED S4 YLW 1 2 3 B1 B2 B3 SB 6 B ORG X8T Y11E 95 BLK 6 M WHT BRN A1 A2 A3 RED S1 FU BLU WHT RED C L BLU indoor RED 1 2 3 PCB1 8 7 BRN BLK WHT RED BLK ROOM C indoor BLU X10T BLU MR11 X12A 1 2 3 BLU RED ORG C BLK PPL BRN RED BLK ROOM D The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.6 4 1 1 BLK BLU Z1F WHT RED X1M BLU RED T2 GRN/YLW BLK 5 4 BLU RED YLW T1 S R FIELD WIRING PCB3 K2R 1 ROOM A GRY A BLK 3. X12A } CONNECTOR Q5E R1P S1T T1R X1M.X2M X8T X10T Y11E Y14E Z1F : : : : : : : : FIELD EARTH LEAK DETECTOR REVERSE PHASE PROTECTOR THERMOSTAT TRANSFORMER TERMINAL STRIP INDICATES A CLOSED TERMINAL CONNECTION ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE NOISE FILTER ESiEN02–01A .

S3T CT1.CT2 T1R X1M X3M Y1S.FU1 FU3 F1U SA1 K1M S1 S10 SA SE X10A X31A : : : : : RUNNING CAPACITOR FUSE FIELD FUSE SURGE ARRESTOR COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units } CONNECTOR YLW MR11. MRoc M1C M2F PCB1 PCB3 : : : : MAGNETIC RELAY COMPRESSOR MOTOR FAN MOTOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD Q2L Q3M Q5E R1T S2PH S1T.15 A BLU WHT B SB S10 BLU RED 6 M Y12E FU2 YLW RED B1 B2 B3 6 M Y11E SA1 3.Y3S Y11E Y15E Z1F : : : : : : : : : : : : OVERLOAD PROTECTOR THERMAL PROTECTOR FIELD EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH THERMOSTAT CURRENT TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER TERMINAL STRIP SOLENOID VALVE ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE NOISE FILTER H Part 1 – System Outline Q5E BRN WHT GRY MA90GZ7W11 L1 L1 L2 L3 N X3M L2 F1U 3N~ 50Hz 400V L3 N outdoor BLK BLK A BLK GRN/YLW BLK H Q2L WHT BLK 1 2 3 4 WHT ROOM A indoor A 1 2 3 PCB1 BLK X31A GRN/YLW B 3.15 A S1 FU3 14 13 6 5 4 3 2 K1M 1 C2R PCB3 S5 FU1 CT2 CT1 X11A ROOM B S1T H ~ S2PH M2F Q3M ROOM E 1–121 1 5 4 3 .6.15 A C L BLU WHT RED BLK ROOM C 3.7 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram BLU WHT WHT X1M Z1F WHT BLU WHT WHT S3T t˚ L WHT GRY BRN BLK WHT BLU RED WHT A1 A2 A3 RED S1 R1T t˚ RED/WHT FU BLK BLU WHT RED BLU BLU indoor YLW/WHT S4 1 2 3 SA YLW 3.15A T S M 3 R indoor BLU/WHT WHT WHT X21A MR11 1 2 3 RED C1 C2 C3 WHT C ~ S2 MRoc M1C X11A PPL BRN RED BLK ROOM D GRN GRN/WHT S5 WHT S2 MR12 BRN S3 S7 S6 YLW T1R SC 6 M Y13E The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. MR12. indoor D 1 2 3 D1 D2 D3 RED WHT SE SD YLW BLK t˚ S4 WHT WHT 1 M ORG ORG indoor BRN/WHT E 1 2 3 E1 E2 E3 X2M FIELD WIRING X10A Y3S Y1S 6 M BLU BLU Y15E 6 M Y14E L1 L3 : LIVE N : NEUTRAL : PROTECTIVE EARTH BLU BLU BLU BLU PCB2 S1 C2R FU.

C6R DS2 DS3 F1C F1U F3U HAP H1P.8 4 1 1 RED RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 BLK L H HH C BLU BLK ORG RED K1S RED WHT BLK WHT YLW 1–122 Wiring diagram RP71B7V1 FIELD WIRING NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.C4R C5R. X1 X2 X14A C6R R4C K1S X1A A1P C5R C4R K1M K1M M1F C3R M X7A X8A A1P t˚ 1 M T1R K1M S C L : LIVE N : NEUTRAL L-RED A1P.R5C RC RyC RyF1-3 RyR S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1S C1R 1 M M1C N-BLU PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (PUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F) CAPACITOR (M1C) STARTING CAPACITOR (M1C) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY FUSE (250V.5 3 6.H2P K1M K1S M1C M1F Q1L Q3E R1T R2T R3T R4C.5A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) STARTING CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) THERMO SWITCH (M1F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) RESISTOR SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE SOLENOID VALVE Part 1 – System Outline ESiEN02–01A outdoor . L N A2P P X1A P Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP 1 ~ 50Hz 230V S1LP F1C Y1S Q1L S1PH R1T t˚ X1M 1 2 3 L N X4A L RED RED WHT BLK : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) : TERMINAL RED : RED BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE ORG : ORANGE Y1E M WHT : WHITE YLW : YELLOW indoor R2T t˚ X5A F1U RyR BS1 X20A DS2 DS3 H1P H2P HAP X23A X10A X21A X6A X27A X11A 3 2 1 Q3E F3U R3T t˚ X24A X9A K1M BLU BLU N F1C R5C TC RC SD SD RyC The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.A2P BS1 C1R C3R.

F2U FUSE (250V.: SEE PCB) DS3 SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) X1M 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 N F1C OVER-CURRENT RELAY X4A X6A X5A F1U.A2P PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD F3U BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.9 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram RED BLU RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 L H HH C BLU BLK ORG RED RED WHT BLK WHT YLW Part 1 – System Outline RP71B7W1 A2P X1A S1LP P F1C Y1S Q1L S1PH P Y1E M X24A X23A X10A X21A X27A RyR BS1 DS2 DS3 H1P H2P HAP X11A X9A The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.H2P LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) RED K1M MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) WHT M1C MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) BLK M1F MOTOR (FAN) X20A PRC PHASE REVERSAL CIRCUIT K1M Q1L THERMO SWITCH (M1F) Q3E EARTH LEAK DETECTOR X1 X2 N F1C BLU PRC R1T THERMISTOR (AIR) R2T THERMISTOR (COIL) A1 P R3T THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) RC SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT X14A RyC MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) RyF1-3 MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F) RyR MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) X7A X1A S1LP PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) S1PH PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SD SAFETY DEVICES INPUT t˚ T1R TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) M M1F 1 T1R TC SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT X1M TERMINAL STRIP U V W Y1E EXPANSION VALVE M M1C Y1S SOLENOID VALVE 3 C1R outdoor Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–123 1 5 4 3 . BS1 PUSH BUTTON (PUMP DOWN) t˚ t˚ t˚ C1R CAPACITOR (M1F) DS2 SELECTOR SWITCH (VAR.6.5A) L3 F2U BLK F3U FIELD FUSE F1U L1 HAP LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) RED H1P. TC RC SD SD RyC X8A A1P K1M : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) FIELD WIRING 3N ~ 50Hz L1 L2 L3 N : CONNECTOR RED : RED L : LIVE BLK : BLACK 400V : WIRE CLAMP BLU : BLUE WHT : WHITE indoor N : NEUTRAL ORG : ORANGE YLW : YELLOW 1 2 3 : TERMINAL Q3E R1T R2T R3T L1-RED L2-WHT L3-BLK N-BLU NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT A1P.

F2U FUSE (250V.: SEE PCB) DS3 SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) F1C OVER-CURRENT RELAY F1U. Q3E F3U t˚ t˚ t˚ X1M X4A X5A L3 F2U BLK 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 X6A X23A X10A L1 RED RED WHT BLK X24A X21A X27A RyR BS1 DS2 DS3 H1P H2P HAP X11A X9A F1U X20A K1M F1C WHT N(L2) PRC TC RC SD SD RyC The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.10 4 1 1 RED X1 X2 BLU RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 L H HH C BLU BLK ORG RED RED WHT BLK WHT YLW 1–124 Wiring diagram RP71B7T1 FIELD WIRING L1 L2 L3 Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units L : LIVE .H2P LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) K1M MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) M1C M1F MOTOR (FAN) PRC PHASE REVERSAL CIRCUIT Q1L THERMO SWITCH (M1F) Q3E EARTH LEAK DETECTOR R1T THERMISTOR (AIR) R2T THERMISTOR (COIL) R3T THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) RC SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT RyC MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) RyF1-3 MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F) RyR MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) S1LP PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) S1PH PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SD SAFETY DEVICES INPUT T1R TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) TC SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT X1M TERMINAL STRIP Y1E EXPANSION VALVE Y1S SOLENOID VALVE C1R Part 1 – System Outline outdoor ESiEN02–01A .A2P PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD BS1 PUSH BUTTON (PUMP DOWN) C1R CAPACITOR (M1F) DS2 SELECTOR SWITCH (VAR. A1 P X14A X1A X7A X8A A1P 1 M M1F t˚ T1R U V W K1M M 3 M1C : TERMINAL L3-BLK L1-RED L2-WHT A1P.5 3 6. : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) RED : RED BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE WHT : WHITE ORG : ORANGE YLW : YELLOW indoor 1 2 3 R1T X1A 3 ~ 50Hz 230V R2T P R3T A2P S1LP F1C Y1S Q1L S1PH P M Y1E NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.5A) F3U FIELD FUSE HAP LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) H1P.

M2F Q1L.H2P K1M K1S M1C M1F.Q2L Q3E R1T R2T R3T R4C RC RyC RyF1-6 RyR S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1S N-BLU PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (PUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F-M2F) CAPACITOR (M1C) STARTING CAPACITOR (M1C) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY FUSE (250V.A2P BS1 C1R.11 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram RED X1 RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 RyF6 RyF5 RyF4 BLK BLU X2 BLU L H L HH C H HH C BLK BLU RED BLU BLK ORG ORG RED C5R C4R K1M K1M K1S RED WHT BLK YLW WHT WHT YLW Part 1 – System Outline RP100B7V1 FIELD WIRING L N L N Q3E F3U R1T R2T R3T X1A : LIVE : NEUTRAL 3 2 1 A2P S1LP F1C Y1S Q2L P 1~ 50Hz 230V : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) RED : RED BLK : BLACK WHT : WHITE BLU : BLUE Q1L S1PH P YLW : YELLOW Y1E M t˚ X4A X5A X23A X10A L RED RED WHT BLK t˚ X6A X21A t˚ X24A X12A X27A RyR BS1 DS2 H1P H2P DS3 HAP X11A X9A indoor X1M 1 2 3 L N F1U X20A K1M F1C TC RC SD SD RyC The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. C1R C2R 1 M M1C outdoor Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–125 1 5 4 3 .C2R C3R.C4R C5R DS2 DS3 F1C F1U F3U HAP H1P.6. X14A X15A R4C K1S N X1A X7A X8A A1P A1P t˚ T1R 1 M M1F 1 M2F M C3R M K1M S C L-RED A1P.10A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) STARTING CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) THERMO SWITCH (M1F-M2F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) RESISTOR SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F-M2F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE SOLENOID VALVE NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.

X14A L C H HH C RyF4 L H HH BLK BLU RED BLU BLK ORG ORG RED RED 1 YLW WHT WHT YLW 1 WHT BLK 1–126 FIELD WIRING L N 3 2 1 L1 L2 L3 N A2P S1LP F1C Y1S R3T X1A Wiring diagram Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units : LIVE : NEUTRAL Q2L Q1L S1PH P : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) RED : RED BLK : BLACK WHT : WHITE BLU : BLUE YLW : YELLOW : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP 3N ~ 50Hz 400V Y1E M R1T R2T P Q3E F3U indoor X1M 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 N X23A X10A BLK t˚ X4A L3 X5A F2U X21A F1U RyR BS1 DS2 X20A DS3 L1 RED RED WHT BLK t˚ X6A t˚ X24A X12A X27A X11A X9A RP100B7W1 and RP125B7W1 H1P H2P HAP K1M A1 P F1C PRC TC RC SD SD RyC X1 X2 X15A BLU N X1A X7A X8A A1 P t˚ T1R K1M U V W L1-RED A1P.F2U F3U HAP H1P.12 4 1 1 RED BLU RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 RyF6 RyF5 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.10A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) PHASE REVERSE CIRCUIT THERMO SWITCH (M1F-M2F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F-M2F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE SOLENOID VALVE M M1F M2F M outdoor 3 M M1C Part 1 – System Outline C1R C2R NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.H2P K1M M1C M1F. ESiEN02–01A .A2P BS1 C1R.M2F PRC Q1L.Q2L Q3E R1T R2T R3T RC RyC RyF1-6 RyR S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1S L3-BLK N-BLU L2-WHT PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (PUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F-M2F) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY (M1C) FUSE (250V.C2R DS2 DS3 F1C F1U.5 3 6.

C2R DS2 DS3 F1C F1U. C1R C2R Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–127 1 5 4 3 . X1 X2 X15A WHT N(L2) X1A X7A X8A A1 P t˚ T1R K1M U V W L1-RED A1P.F2U F3U HAP H1P.6.H2P K1M M1C M1F.Q2L Q3E R1T R2T R3T RC RyC RyF1-6 RyR S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1S L3-BLK L2-WHT PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (PUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F-M2F) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY FUSE (250V.10A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) PHASE REVERSE CIRCUIT THERMO SWITCH (M1F-M2F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F-M2F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE SOLENOID VALVE M M1F M2F M outdoor 3 M M1C NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.A2P BS1 C1R.13 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram RED BLU RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 RyF6 RyF5 RyF4 L H HH C H HH C X14A L BLK BLU RED BLU BLK ORG ORG RED RED 1 YLW WHT WHT YLW 1 WHT BLK Part 1 – System Outline FIELD WIRING L L1 L2 L3 A2P S1LP R3T X1A : LIVE : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) RED : RED BLK : BLACK WHT : WHITE BLU : BLUE YLW : YELLOW F1C Y1S Q2L Q1L S1PH P 3 2 1 Q3E F3U R1T P R2T : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP 3 ~ 50Hz 230V Y1E M RP100B7T1and RP125B7T1 indoor X1M 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 BLK t˚ X4A L3 X5A F2U X23A X10A F1U RyR L1 RED RED WHT BLK t˚ X6A X21A t˚ X24A X12A X27A BS1 DS2 H1P H2P DS3 PRC TC RC SD SD RyC HAP X11A X9A X20A K1M A1 P F1C The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.M2F PRC Q1L.

H2P CRANKCASE HEATER MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) PHASE REVERSE CIRCUIT THERMO SWITCH (M1F. RyR BS1 DS2 H1P H2P DS3 HAP X20A K1M F1C PRC TC RC SD SD RyCH X14A X15A RyC The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.A3P BS1 C1R.5 3 6.Q2L Q3E R1T R2T R3T RC RyC RyCH RyF1-2 RyR S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1S MAGNETIC RELAY (J1HC) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F-M2F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (230V/20.14 4 1 1 RED BLU RyF1 RyF2 H C H C RED WHT BLK BLU RED BLU RED WHT YLW WHT YLW 1–128 J1HC K1M M1C M1F.A2P.M2F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) L1 L2 L3 N 3N ~ 50Hz 400V L3-BLK N-BLU L2-WHT PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (PUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F-M2F) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER CURRENT FUSE (250V.F2U F3U HAP H1P.M2F PRC Q1L. X1 X2 A1 P BLU N X7A X1A X50A X24A X25A X8A U V W A1P X1A 1 M M1F 1 M2F M 3 M M1C t˚ T1R A3P X2A X3A M Y1E J1HC K1M Part 1 – System Outline C1R C2R ESiEN02–01A outdoor .1V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE SOLENOID VALVE Wiring diagram Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units L1-RED A1P.C2R DS2 DS3 F1C F1U.10A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) FIELD WIRING 3 2 1 L N Q3E F3U R1T R3T R2T X1A : LIVE : NEUTRAL : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP A2P S1LP P F1C Y1S Q2L Q1L S1PH P indoor t˚ t˚ X6A X23A X10A X21A RP200B7W1 and RP250B7W1 : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) t˚ X27A X12A X11A X9A BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE X5A X4A L3 F2U BLK RED : RED WHT : WHITE L1 F1U RED RED WHT BLK YLW : YELLOW X1M 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 N NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.

Y2R Z1F : TRANSFORMER : TERMINAL STRIP : CONNECTOR : REVERSING SOLENOID VALVE : NOISE FILTER 1 5 4 3 ..6..C2R F1U F6U. S2PH Q3M Q3M.15 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram Part 1 – System Outline MRcw S1 S3 RED WHT S5 RED t˚ RED RED WHT BLK BLU : FIELD WIRING MRcc MRrh MRrl MRc MR2 PCB YLW YLW T1R 1 2 3 1 2 3 SA GRN/YLW YLW WHT indoor F6U (5A) F7U (5A) BLU RED S2PH RED MRcc S4 Rth1 t˚ RY35EAZ7V1 and RY45EAZ7V1 Q5E L MRc MRcw MR2 S7 MRrl MRrh BRN L N 1~ 50Hz 230V Z1F X11A YLW YLW RED N X1M 1 A 5 BLU GRN/YLW 2 BRN BLK BLK t˚ R1T 6 B BRN F1U K1M BRN BRN ORG BLK L : LIVE N : NEUTRAL : PROTECTIVE EARTH WHT WHT R4T t˚ GRY BLU RED BRN The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.Q4M Q5E Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–129 Rth1 : RUNNING CAPACITOR : FIELD FUSE : FUSE : COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR : MAGNETIC RELAY : COMPRESSOR MOTOR : FAN MOTOR : PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD : OVERLOAD PROTECTOR (COMPRESSOR) : THERMAL PROTECTOR : FIELD EARTH LEAK DETECTOR : Pcb TEMP THERMISTOR : OUTSIDE AIR THERMISTOR : DEFROST THERMISTOR : SURGE ARRESTER : CONNECTOR ON PCB : HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH T1R X1M X10A..S3. Q2L C1R BLU RED YLW X12A ORG BLK RED WHT X10A BLU BLU S MC M1C ¬ M 1~ C2R M2F Q4M M 1~ X14A Y2R C1R.F7U K1M MR M1C M2F PCB Q2L outdoor R1T R4T SA S1..X11A.

C6R DS1 DS2 DS3 F1C F1U F3U HAP H1P.5A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) STARTING CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) THERMO SWITCH (M1F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE PIPE) RESISTOR SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1R) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE 4 WAY VALVE SOLENOID VALVE WHT YLW 1–130 Wiring diagram RYP71B7V1 NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP. A1P X14A X7A X8A A1 P K1M t˚ T1R C3R C4R M 1 M M1F K1M S C outdoor 1 M M1C Part 1 – System Outline C1R ESiEN02–01A .H2P K1M K1S M1C M1F Q1L Q3E R1T R2T R3T R4C.C4R C5R.R5C RC RyC RyF1-3 RyR RyS S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1R Y1S N-BLU PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (FORCED DEFROST-PUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F) CAPACITOR (M1C) STARTING CAPACITOR (M1C) SELECTOR SWITCH (DEFROST) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY FUSE (250V.A2P BS1 C1R C3R. : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) : WIRE CLAMP F1C Y1R Y1S Q1L S1PH P FIELD WIRING : TERMINAL L N 3 2 1 A2P R2T R3T X1A Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units L : LIVE N : NEUTRAL : CONNECTOR indoor t˚ X1M 1 2 3 L N X4A L RyS RyR DS1 X20A DS2 DS3 BS1 F1U X23A X10A X5A X6A X21A X22A Q3E F3U R1T 1 ~ 50Hz 230V S1LP P Y1E M BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE ORG : ORANGE RED : RED WHT : WHITE YLW : YELLOW t˚ t˚ X24A X11A X27A X9A RED RED WHT BLK BLU H1P H2P HAP K1M TC RC SD SD RyC The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.5 3 6.16 4 1 1 RED F1C X1 N RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 X2 R5C C6R R4C K1S C5R X1A BLU L H HH C BLU BLK ORG RED K1M RED WHT BLK K1S L-RED A1P.

5A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) PHASE REVERSE CIRCUIT THERMO SWITCH (M1F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1R) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE 4 WAY VALVE SOLENOID VALVE 3 C1R M M1C Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–131 1 5 4 3 .H2P K1M M1C M1F PRC Q1L Q3E R1T R2T R3T RC RyC RyF1-3 RyR RyS S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1R Y1S L2-WHT L3-BLK N-BLU PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (FORCED DEFROSTPUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F) SELECTOR SWITCH (DEFROST) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY (M1C) FUSE (250V. FIELD WIRING : TERMINAL 3 2 1 Q3E F3U X1A L1 L2 L3 N BS1 3N ~ 50Hz 400V A2P S1LP P F1C Y1R Y1S Q1L R3T R1T R2T S1PH P Y1E M L : LIVE N : NEUTRAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) indoor t˚ t˚ t˚ X1M 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 N X6A X10A RyS RyR X23A X4A L3 BLK X24A X21A X22A X27A X11A X9A X5A F2U F1U L1 RED RED WHT BLK BS1 DS1 DS2 H1P H2P DS3 HAP BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE ORG : ORANGE RED : RED WHT : WHITE YLW : YELLOW X20A BLU K1M F1C PRC TC RC SD SD RyC X1 X2 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.17 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram RED RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 L H HH C BLU BLK ORG RED RED 1 WHT YLW M1F WHT BLK Part 1 – System Outline RYP71B7W1 L1-RED A1P.F2U F3U HAP H1P.A2P NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP. X14A BLU N X1A X7A X8A A1P A1 P t˚ T1R M outdoor U V W K1M C1R DS1 DS2 DS3 F1C F1U.6.

R4C X15A X14A K1S C5R C3R K1M X1A X7A X8A A1 P 1 M M1F 1 M2F M M t˚ T1R S C C1R.A2P FIELD WIRING L N : LIVE : NEUTRAL : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) RED : RED BLK : BLACK WHT : WHITE BLU : BLUE YLW : YELLOW A2P S1LP F1C Y1R Y1S Q2L P X1A Q1L S1PH P Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units BS1 : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP L N Q3E F3U R1T R2T R3T 3 2 1 1 ~ 50Hz 230V Y1E M indoor t˚ X1M 1 2 3 L N L RyS RyR X20A BS1 DS1 DS2 DS3 F1U X23A X10A X21A RED RED WHT BLK t˚ X5A X6A X22A t˚ X24A X12A X27A H1P H2P HAP X11A X9A X4A K1M X1 X2 A1 P TC RC SD SD RyC The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. outdoor ESiEN02–01A .M2F Q1L.C2R C3R.5 3 6.18 4 1 1 RED BLU F1C N BLU RyF2 RyF1 RyF5 RyF6 RyF4 RyF3 L H L HH C H HH C BLK BLU RED BLU BLK ORG ORG RED C4R RED K1M WHT BLK K1S YLW WHT WHT YLW 1–132 Wiring diagram RYP100B7V1 L-RED A1P.10A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) STARTING CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) THERMO SWITCH (M1F-M2F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) RESISTOR SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F-M2F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1R) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE 4 WAY VALVE SOLENOID VALVE K1M M 1 M1C Part 1 – System Outline C1R C2R NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.C4R C5R DS1 DS2 DS3 F1C F1U F3U HAP H1P.H2P K1M K1S M1C M1F.Q2L Q3E R1T R2T R3T R5C RC RyC RyF1-6 RyR RyS S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1R Y1S N-BLU PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (FORCED DEFROSTPUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F-M2F) CAPACITOR (M1C) STARTING CAPACITOR (M1C) SELECTOR SWITCH (DEFROST) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY FUSE (250V.

A2P BS1 Q3E F3U indoor t˚ t˚ X5A F2U X23A RyS RyR X10A F1U X6A X21A X22A t˚ X24A X27A X12A X11A X9A H1P BS1 DS1 DS2 H2P HAP DS3 X1M 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 N BLK RYP100B7W1 and RYP125B7W1 X4A L3 L1 RED RED WHT BLK X20A K1M F1C PRC TC RC SD SD RyC X15A X1 X2 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.6.H2P K1M M1C M1F.10A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) PHASE REVERSE CIRCUIT THERMO SWITCH (M1F-M2F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F-M2F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1R) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (220-240V/19V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE 4 WAY VALVE SOLENOID VALVE 3 C1R C2R M outdoor M1C Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units 1–133 1 5 4 3 .Q2L Q3E R1T R2T R3T RC RyC RyF1-6 RyR RyS S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1R Y1S L2-WHT L3-BLK N-BLU PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (FORCED DEFROSTPUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F-M2F) SELECTOR SWITCH (DEFROST) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER-CURRENT RELAY (M1C) FUSE (250V.19 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram RED BLU RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 RyF6 RyF5 RyF4 H L HH C L H HH C BLK BLU RED BLU BLK ORG ORG RED RED 1 YLW WHT WHT YLW M1F 1 M2F WHT BLK Part 1 – System Outline FIELD WIRING L N L1 L2 L3 N 3N ~ 50Hz 400V R1T R2T R3T A2P S1LP F1C Y1R Y1S Q2L P X1A Q1L : LIVE : NEUTRAL : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) RED : RED BLK : BLACK WHT : WHITE BLU : BLUE NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.C2R DS1 DS2 DS3 F1C F1U.F2U F3U HAP H1P. X14A A1 P BLU N X1A X7A X8A A1 P t˚ M M T1R U V W K1M C1R.M2F PRC Q1L. : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP YLW : YELLOW S1PH P Y1E M 3 2 1 L1-RED A1P.

10A) FIELD FUSE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (RED) FIELD WIRING Q3E F3U R1T R2T R3T X1A L N : LIVE : NEUTRAL : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP 3 2 1 A2P S1LP P F1C Y1R Y1S Q2L CRANKCASE HEATER MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1C) MOTOR (COMPRESSOR) MOTOR (FAN) PHASE REVERSE CIRCUIT THERMO SWITCH (M1F.1V) SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT TERMINAL STRIP EXPANSION VALVE 4 WAY VALVE SOLENOID VALVE Q1L S1PH P indoor t˚ t˚ X6A X23A X10A X21A X22A t˚ X27A X12A X11A X9A RYP200B7W1 and RYP250B7W1 : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) X1M 1 2 3 L1 L2 L3 N X5A X4A L3 F2U BLK BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE L1 F1U RyS RyR RED RED WHT BLK RED : RED WHT : WHITE YLW : YELLOW NOTE : DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT BY SHORT-CIRCUITING S1LP.20 4 1 1 RED BLU RyF1 RyF2 H C H C RED WHT BLK BLU RED BLU RED WHT YLW WHT YLW 1–134 J1HC K1M M1C M1F. X20A BS1 DS1 DS2 DS3 H1P H2P HAP K1M F1C PRC TC RC SD SD RyCH X14A X15A RyC The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.5 3 6.M2F PRC Q1L.C2R DS1 DS2 DS3 F1C F1U.A3P Wiring diagram BS1 Wiring Diagrams: Outdoor Units C1R.F2U F3U HAP H1P.A2P. X1 X2 A1 P BLU N X7A X1A X50A X24A X25A X8A U V W A1P X1A 1 1 M M1F M2F M 3 M M1C t˚ T1R A3P X2A X3A M Y1E J1HC K1M Part 1 – System Outline C1R C2R ESiEN02–01A outdoor .M2F) EARTH LEAK DETECTOR THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) THERMISTOR (DISCHARGE) SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT MAGNETIC RELAY (K1M) L1 L2 L3 N 3N ~ 50Hz 400V RyCH RyF1-2 RyR RyS S1LP S1PH SD T1R TC X1M Y1E Y1R Y1S MAGNETIC RELAY (J1HC) MAGNETIC RELAY (M1F-M2F) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1S) MAGNETIC RELAY (Y1R) PRESSURE SWITCH (LOW) PRESSURE SWITCH (HIGH) SAFETY DEVICES INPUT TRANSFORMER (230V/20.H2P L2-WHT L3-BLK N-BLU PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PUSH BUTTON (FORCED DEFROSTPUMP DOWN) CAPACITOR (M1F-M2F) SELECTOR SWITCH (DEFROST) SELECTOR SWITCH (VARIOUS: SEE PCB) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) OVER CURRENT FUSE (250V.Q2L Q3E R1T R2T R3T RC RyC L1-RED A1P.

ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units Part 1 1 7 Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 7. FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 7. FHYCP60BZ7V1. FHYP60BV1.3–FHYBP35B7V1. Introduction Wiring diagrams This chapter contains the following wiring diagrams: Wiring diagram 7.4–FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 7.8–FUYP71BV17. FHYP71BV1.7–FHYP35BV1. FHYP45BV1. FHYC45BZ7V1. FHYCP100BZ7V1 and FHYCP125BZ7V1 7.1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains the wiring diagrams of the indoor units. FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 7.10–FHYKP35BV1. FHC45BZ7V1 and FHC60BZ7V1 7. FHYCP71BZ7V1. FHYCP35BZ7V1.9–FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 7. FHYCP45BZ7V1.6–FDYP125B7V1. FHYKP45BV1.5–FHYC35BZ7V1.2–FHC35BZ7V1. FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 7. FHYBP45B7V1. FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 7. FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 See page 1–136 1–137 1–138 1–139 1–140 1–141 1–142 1–143 1–144 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–135 .

A3P ON/OFF BUTTON BS LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (ON-RED) H1P LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (TIMER-GREEN) H2P LIGHT EMITTING DIODE H3P (FILTER SIGN-RED) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE H4P (DEFROST-ORANGE) SS1 SELECTOR SWITCH (MAIN/SUB) . 3.2 4 1 1 NOTE 3 HAP RyP 33H 1M M3P X1A YLW YLW 1–136 X1M X2M PC CD SS2 Wiring diagram Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 33H A1P C1R F1U COLORS: HAP BLK : BLACK RED : RED WHT : WHITE YLW : YELLOW M1A M2F M3P Q1F R1T R2T RyP SELECTOR SWITCH (WIRELESS ADDRESS SET) ADAPTOR FOR WIRING RyC. outdoor X30A CD X2M 1 RED 2 WHT 3 BLK C1R 1 M M M2F M1A TERMINALS FOR OPERATION INDICATOR FAN OPERATION COMPRESSOR OPERATION X4 RyF X3 RyC X2 X1 ADAPTOR FOR WIRING RECEIVER / DISPLAY UNIT A3P A1P A2P SS1 H1P H2P BS H3P X1A H4P SS2 Part 1 – System Outline X24A X2A X1A ESiEN02–01A . t˚ A1P X27A F1U X19A RyC NORM. SEE TECHNICAL DATA AND CATALOGS BEFORE CONNECTING. X24A IS CONNECTED WHEN THE WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER KIT IS USED. RyF MAGNETIC RELAY CONNECTOR FOR OPTIONAL PARTS CONNECTOR (INTERFACE X30A ADAPTOR FOR SKY AIR SERIES) CONNECTOR (ADAPTOR FOR X33A WIRING) CONNECTOR (GROUP CONTROL X35A ADAPTOR) NOTES: RyC SS1 T1R R1T R2T T1R FLOAT SWITCH PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD CAPACITIOR (M2F) FUSE (250V. 2. 5A) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SERVICE MONITOR-GREEN) MOTOR (SWING FLAP) MOTOR (INDOOR FAN) MOTOR (DRAIN PUMP) THERMO SWITCH (M2F EMBEDDED) THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) MAGNETIC RELAY (M3P) MAGNETIC RELAY (OUTDOOR UNIT COMPRESSOR) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) TRANSFORMER (220~240V/22V) TERMINAL STRIP (POWER) TERMINAL STRIP (CONTROL) PHASE CONTROL CIRCUIT CURRENT DETECT CIRCUIT WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER SELECTOR SWITCH (MAIN/SUB) SS1 RECEIVER/DISPLAY UNIT (ATTACHED TO WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER) PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD A2P. THE REMOTE CONTROLLER MODEL VARIES ACCORDING TO THE COMBINATION SYSTEM. EMERG. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. SEE MANUAL FOR CONNECTION TO THE UNIT. WHEN USING THE CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER. FHC35BZ7V1. : FIELD WIRING : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) : TERMINAL 1.5 3 7. FHC45BZ7V1 and FHC60BZ7V1 indoor X18A SS1 X10A X11A t˚ t˚ PC X5A X24A X20A X36A X15A X35A X25A X33A RED BLK P1 X1M P2 P1 YLW WHT P2 SS1 WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. 4.

H2P BS1 BS2 BS3.BS9 BS6 BS7 BS11 BS12 BS14 1 M1F M WHT YLW RyF4 RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 FL FHL FHM FHH FC X21A M1F M1P R1T R2T RyF1-4 RyP SS1 X1M X2M RC TC FLOAT SWITCH PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD POWER SUPPLY TRANSFORMER (TRANSFORMER 220-240V/21.3 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram RyP BLU BLU FIELD WIRING TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) COLORS : BS 1 6 14 BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE GRY : GREY LED1 LCD BS 7 12 8 9 2 3 4 SS1 ORG : ORANGE RED : RED WHT : WHITE X1A X4 RyF FAN OPERATION DETAILS OF WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER (OPTIONAL ACCESSORY) X3 X2 RyC NOTES : The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. FHYBP60B7V1 and FHYBP71B7V1 1. ETC.7. FHYBP35B7V1. ADAPTOR FOR WIRING COMPRESSOR OPERATION 1 M M1P X1 Part 1 – System Outline outdoor A1P X2M 1 RED 2 WHT 3 BLK X27A X19A X18A X10A X11A SS1 X30A H1P H2P X15A X25A X35A RC 33H X33A TERMINALS FOR OPERATION INDICATOR X5A t˚ t˚ t˚ X1M P2 P1 WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER 33H A1P indoor TC R1T R2T T1R T1R C1R P1 P2 F1T H1P. Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 1–137 1 5 4 3 . THE REMOTE CONTROLLER MODEL VARIES ACCORDING TO THE COMBINATION SYSTEM.RyF MAGNETIC RELAY CONNECTOR FOR OPTIONAL PARTS CONNECTOR (INTERFACE ADAPTOR X30A FOR SKY AIR/US SERIES) X33A CONNECTOR (ADAPTOR FOR WIRING) CONNECTOR (GROUP CONTROL X35A ADAPTOR) C1R .BS8 BS4. BEFORE CONNECTING. 2. WHEN USING THE CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER. SEE MANUAL FOR CONNECTION TO THE UNIT. FHYBP45B7V1. SEE TECHNICAL MATERIALS AND CATALOGUES.8V) CAPACITOR (FAN) THERMAL FUSE (152˚C) (M1F EMBEDDED) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SERVICE MONITOR-GREEN) MOTOR (FAN) MOTOR (DRAIN PUMP) THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) MAGNETIC RELAY (FAN) MAGNETIC RELAY (DRAIN PUMP) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) TERMINAL STRIP TERMINAL STRIP SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT ORG BLU BLK GRY RED WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER ON/OFF BUTTON TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON PROGRAMMING TIME BUTTON TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON TIMER ON/OFF BUTTON FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON LIGHT EMITTING DIODE H1P (SERVICE MONITOR-RED) LIQUID CRISTAL DISPLAY LCD SELECTOR SWITCH (MAIN/SUB) SS1 ADAPTOR FOR WIRING RyC.

RyF MAGNETIC RELAY CONNECTOR FOR OPTIONAL PARTS CONNECTOR (INTERFACE ADAPTOR X30A FOR SKY AIR/US SERIES) X33A CONNECTOR (ADAPTOR FOR WIRING) CONNECTOR (GROUP CONTROL X35A ADAPTOR) . BEFORE CONNECTING. 2. X1 Part 1 – System Outline ESiEN02–01A .BS9 BS6 BS7 BS11 BS12 BS14 1 M1F M WHT YLW RyF4 RyF3 RyF2 RyF1 FLL FL FM FH FC BRN ORG BLK GRY RED C1R FHYBP100B7V1 and FHYBP125B7V1 M1F M1P R1T R2T RyF1-4 RyP SS1 X1M X2M RC TC FLOAT SWITCH PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD POWER SUPPLY TRANSFORMER (TRANSFORMER 220-240V/21.H2P BS1 BS2 BS3. 1. SEE MANUAL FOR CONNECTION TO THE UNIT.8V) CAPACITOR (FAN) THERMAL FUSE (152˚C) (M1F EMBEDDED) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SERVICE MONITOR-GREEN) MOTOR (FAN) MOTOR (DRAIN PUMP) THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) MAGNETIC RELAY (FAN) MAGNETIC RELAY (DRAIN PUMP) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) TERMINAL STRIP TERMINAL STRIP SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT X21A WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER ON/OFF BUTTON TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON PROGRAMMING TIME BUTTON TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON TIMER ON/OFF BUTTON FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON LIGHT EMITTING DIODE H1P (SERVICE MONITOR-RED) LCD LIQUID CRISTAL DISPLAY SS1 SELECTOR SWITCH (MAIN/SUB) ADAPTOR FOR WIRING RyC. THE REMOTE CONTROLLER MODEL VARIES ACCORDING TO THE COMBINATION SYSTEM.5 3 7. ADAPTOR FOR WIRING COMPRESSOR OPERATION 1–138 outdoor A1P X2M 1 RED 2 WHT 3 BLK X27A X19A X18A X10A X11A SS1 X30A H1P H2P X15A X25A X35A RC 33H 1 M M1P X33A TERMINALS FOR OPERATION INDICATOR X5A X1M P2 P1 t˚ t˚ t˚ WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER Wiring diagram 33H A1P indoor TC R1T R2T T1R Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units T1R C1R P1 P2 F1T H1P.4 4 1 1 RyP BLU BLU FIELD WIRING TERMINAL : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) COLORS : BS 1 6 SS1 14 BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE GRY : GREY BRN : BROWN LED1 LCD BS 7 12 8 9 2 3 4 ORG : ORANGE RED : RED WHT : WHITE X1A X4 RyF FAN OPERATION DETAILS OF WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER (OPTIONAL ACCESSORY) X3 X2 RyC NOTES : The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. WHEN USING THE CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER. SEE TECHNICAL MATERIALS AND CATALOGUES.BS8 BS4. ETC.

5 ESiEN02–01A Wiring diagram RyP SIMULTANIOUS OPERATION SYSTEM 1 2 3 1 2 3 X2M (SLAVE) X2M (MASTER) YLW YLW OUTDOOR UNIT Part 1 – System Outline X2M PC RC TC SS2 33H A1P C1R COLORS: HAP BLK : BLACK RED : RED WHT : WHITE YLW : YELLOW HBP SELECTOR SWITCH (WIRELESS ADDRESS SET) ADAPTOR FOR WIRING RyC. indoor X27A 1 RED 2 WHT 3 BLK X2M TC X30A HAP HBP outdoor C1R 1 M M2F M FHYC35BZ7V1. FHYCP71BZ7V1. X24A IS CONNECTED WHEN THE WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER KIT IS USED. 2. RyF MAGNETIC RELAY CONNECTOR FOR OPTIONAL PARTS CONNECTOR (INTERFACE X30A ADAPTOR FOR SKY AIR SERIES) CONNECTOR (ADAPTOR FOR X33A WIRING) CONNECTOR (GROUP CONTROL X35A ADAPTOR) NOTES: M1A M2F M3P Q1F R1T R2T RyP SS1 T1R X1M FLOAT SWITCH PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD CAPACITIOR (M2F) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SERVICE MONITOR-GREEN) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SERVICE MONITOR-GREEN) MOTOR (SWING FLAP) MOTOR (INDOOR FAN) MOTOR (DRAIN PUMP) THERMO SWITCH (M2F EMBEDDED) THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) MAGNETIC RELAY (M3P) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) TRANSFORMER (220V~240V/22V) TERMINAL STRIP (POWER) TERMINAL STRIP (CONTROL) PHASE CONTROL CIRCUIT SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER SELECTOR SWITCH (MAIN/SUB) SS1 RECEIVER/DISPLAY UNIT (ATTACHED TO WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER) A2P. FHYCP45BZ7V1. R1T R2T T1R t˚ A1P t˚ X19A X18A SS1 NORM. EMERG. WHEN USING THE CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER. SEE TECHNICAL DATA AND CATALOGS BEFORE CONNECTING. SEE MANUAL FOR CONNECTION TO THE UNIT. FHYC45BZ7V1. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. FHYCP60BZ7V1.7. 4. : FIELD WIRING : CONNECTOR : WIRE CLAMP : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) : TERMINAL 1. t˚ X10A X11A PC X5A X24A X20A X36A RC X15A X35A X25A X33A RED BLK P1 X1M P2 P1 YLW WHT P2 SS1 WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. THE REMOTE CONTROLLER MODEL VARIES ACCORDING TO THE COMBINATION SYSTEM. FHYCP35BZ7V1. A3P PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD BS ON/OFF BUTTON H1P LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (ON-RED) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (TIMER-GREEN) H2P LIGHT EMITTING DIODE H3P (FILTER SIGN-RED) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE H4P (DEFROST-ORANGE) SS1 SELECTOR SWITCH (MAIN/SUB) . 3. FHYCP100BZ7V1 and FHYCP125BZ7V1 NOTE 3 RECEIVER / DISPLAY UNIT A3P A1P A2P SS1 SS2 H1P H2P BS H3P X1A H4P 33H M1A TERMINALS FOR OPERATION INDICATOR FAN OPERATION 1 M COMPRESSOR OPERATION M3P X1A X24A X2A X1A X4 RyF X3 RyC X2 X1 ADAPTOR FOR WIRING Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 1–139 REMOTE CONTROLLER 1 5 4 3 .

FDYP200B7V1 and FDYP250B7V1 X4 RyF FAN OPERATION X3 X2 RyC COMPRESSOR OPERATION 1–140 R22 A2P Wiring diagram Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units X2A X10A X11A X1A BLU BLK A3P X1A P1 P2 WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER A1P A2P T1R A3P C1R R1T R2T F1T outdoor t˚ T1R A1P indoor t˚ t˚ R407C HAP. * L-TAP IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR 250 CLASS.8V) PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD CAPACITOR (FAN) THERMAL FUSE (M1F EMBEDDED) LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SERVICE MONITOR-GREEN) MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (M1F) MOTOR (FAN) THERMISTOR (AIR) THERMISTOR (COIL) MAGNETIC RELAY (FAN) SELECTOR SWITCH (EMERGENCY) TERMINAL STRIP SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT ADAPTOR FOR WIRING MAGNETIC RELAY K1F TERMINALS FOR OPERATION INDICATOR X25A WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER ON/OFF BUTTON TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON PROGRAMMING TIME BUTTON TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON UP TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON DOWN OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON TIMER ON/OFF BUTTON INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SERVICE MONITOR-RED) LIQUID CRISTAL DISPLAY SELECTOR SWITCH (MAIN/SUB) CONNECTOR FOR OPTIONAL PARTS CONNECTOR (INTERFACE ADAPTOR FOR SKY AIR/US SERIES) CONNECTOR (ADAPTOR FOR WIRING) CONNECTOR (GROUP CONTROL ADAPTOR) COLORS : DETAILS OF WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER : PROTECTIVE EARTH (SCREW) NOTES : BLK : BLACK BLU : BLUE RED : RED WHT : WHITE YLW : YELLOW : FIELD WIRING : TERMINAL : CONNECTOR The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit.HBP X19A X5A BS1 BS2 BS3. ADAPTOR FOR WIRING Part 1 – System Outline ESiEN02–01A .RyF X30A RC PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TRANSFORMER (220-240V/16V) TRANSFORMER (220-240/21. BE SURE THAT THE POWER SUPPLY IS SWITCHED OFF BEFORE OPENING THE SWITCH BOX. WHEN USING THE CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER. X1 1.5 3 7. 2.6 4 1 1 LED1 LCD BS 7 12 14 8 9 SS1 2 3 4 6 BS 1 X1A FDYP125B7V1.8 BS4 BS9 BS6 BS7 BS12 BS14 X18A TC SS1 HAP HBP RyF1 X21A 1~50Hz 230V BLU BLU LED1 LCD SS1 X27A X1M 1 RED 2 WHT 3 BLK X10A X31A X11A L N WHT C1R YLW RED K1F M1F R1T R2T RyF1 SS1 X1M RC TC X25A X35A X33A RED X30A X33A X1M P2 P1 L N BLU BLU C L* BLK BLK M H K1F WHT M1F RED 1 M BLU BLK RyC. SEE MANUAL FOR CONNECTION TO THE UNIT.

FHYP60BV1.ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 7. FHYP45BV1. FHYP100BV1 and FHYP125BV1 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. FHYP71BV1. 1 Wiring diagram 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–141 .7 FHYP35BV1.

FUYP100BV17 and FUYP125BV17 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. Wiring diagram 3 4 5 1–142 Part 1 – System Outline .8 FUYP71BV17.Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 7.

9 FAYP71BV1 and FAYP100BV1 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. 1 Wiring diagram 3 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–143 .ESiEN02–01A Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units 7.

Wiring Diagrams: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 1 7. FHYKP60BV1 and FHYKP71BV1 The illustration below shows the wiring diagram of the unit. Wiring diagram 3 4 5 1–144 Part 1 – System Outline .10 FHYKP35BV1. FHYKP45BV1.

1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains the following information: ■ ■ Introduction It describes which unit uses which PCB types It shows the PCB connectors.12–PCB Type I 8.9–PCB Type F 8.2–Outdoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types 8.13–PCB Type J 8.4–PCB Types 8.6–PCB Type B 8.5–PCB Type A 8.10–PCB Type G 8.16–PCB Type P 8.8–PCB Type E 8.7–PCB Type D 8.17–PCB Type Q 8.18–PCB Type R 4 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–145 .11–PCB Type H 8.3–Indoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types 8.15–PCB Type O 8.ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout Part 1 1 8 PCB Layout 8.14–PCB Type N 8. 3 See page 1–146 1–147 1–148 1–149 1–150 1–151 1–152 1–153 1–154 1–155 1–156 1–157 1–158 1–160 1–161 1–162 1–163 PCB layouts This chapter contains the following PCB layouts: PCB layout 8.

PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 8. Outdoor unit R35GZ7V11 R45GZ7V11 R45GZ7W11 R60GZ7W1 MA56GZ7W11 PCB 1 — PCB 2 — PCB 3 — No.2 Outdoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types The table below contains the PCB numbers and types of the outdoor units. and types 3 4 5 3SW00942-1 (type L) 2PB38042-21 (type J) 3SW00943-1 (type M) 2P068330-1 (type H) 3SW00942-1 (type L) 4SW00962-1 (type N) 4SW00954-1 (type N) 3SA42153-1 (type K) 2PB32067-3 (type I) — MA90GZ7W11 RP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RY35EAZ7V1 RY45EAZ7V1 RYP71B7V1 RYP71B7W1 RYP100B7V1 RYP100B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RYP250B7W1 4SW00963-1 (type N) 4SW00955-1 (type N) 2P050150-1 (type C) 2P019606-1 (type B) 2P019607-1 (type B) 3SW00943-1 (type M) 4SW00964-1 (type N) 4SW00956-1 (type N) 4SW00965-1 (type N) 4SW00957-1 (type N) — 4SW00958-1 (type N) 4SW00959-1 (type N) — — 2P050150-1 (type C) 3SW00943-1 (type M) 4SW00960-1 (type N) 1–146 Part 1 – System Outline .

ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout 8. and types PCB 1 2P053997-1 (type D) 2P060444-1 (or EC0060A) (type F) — 3 2P060445-1 (or EC0061A ) (type F) 2P018671-1 (type A) — 2P060443-1 (type E) — 4 5 3SW00943-1 (type M) 2P060446-1 (or EC0062A) (type G) 2P064849-1 (type Q) — 2P060449-1 (type O) — 2P060448-1 (type R) — 2P060447-1 (type P) — Part 1 – System Outline 1–147 .3 Indoor Units: PCB Numbers and Types The table below contains the PCB numbers and types of the indoor units. Indoor unit FHC35BZ7V1 FHC45BZ7V1 FHC60BZ7V1 FHYBP35B7V1 FHYBP45B7V1 FHYBP60B7V1 FHYBP71B7V1 FHYBP100B7V1 FHYBP125B7V1 FHYC35BZ7V1 FHYC45BZ7V1 FHYCP35B7V1 FHYCP45B7V1 FHYCP60B7V1 FHYCP71B7V1 FHYCP100B7V1 FHYCP125B7V1 FDYP125B7V1 FDYP200B7V1 FDYP250B7V1 FHYP35BV1 FHYP45BV1 FHYP60BV1 FHYP71BV1 FHYP100BV1 FHYP125BV1 FUYP71BV17 FUYP100BV17 FUYP125BV17 FAYP71BV1 FAYP100BV1 FHYKP35BV1 FHYKP45BV1 FHYKP60BV1 FHYKP71BV1 1 PCB 2 — No.

4 PCB Types The table below is an overview of the PCB types. PCB type A B PCB types PCB No.PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 8. 2P018671-1 2P019606-1 2P019607-1 Unit FHYC35/45BZ7V1 RY35EAZ7V1 RY45EAZ7V1 RP200/250B7W1 RYP200/250B7W1 (not described in this manual) See page 1–149 1–150 C 2P050150-1 — D 2P053997-1 2P060443-1 2P060444-1 (or EC0060A) 2P060445-1 (or EC0061A) FHC35/45/60BZ7V1 FHYCP35/45/60/71/100/125B7V1 FHYBP35/45/60/71B7V1 FHYBP100/125B7V1 FDYP125/200/250B7V1 MA56GZ7W11 MA90GZ7W11 MA90GZ7W11 MA56GZ7W11 (not described in this manual) MA90GZ7W11 MA56GZ7W11 (not described in this manual) 1–151 1–152 1–153 3 4 5 E F G H I J K L 2P060446-1 (or EC0062A) 2P068330-1 2PB32067-3 2PB38042-21 3SA42153-1 3SW00942-1 1–154 1–155 1–156 1–157 — M 3SW00943-1 RP71/100B7V1/W1/T1 RP125B7W1/T1 RP200/250B7W1 RYP71/100B7V1/W1 RYP125/200/250B7W1 FDYP125/200/250B7V1 (not described in this manual) N 4SW00954-1 4SW00955-1 4SW00956-1 4SW00957-1 4SW00958-1 4SW00959-1 4SW00960-1 4SW00962-1 4SW00963-1 4SW00964-1 4SW00965-1 RP71B7W1/T1 RP100/125B7W1/T1 RYP71B7W1 RYP100/125B7W1 RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP200/250B7W1 RP71B7V1 RP100B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RYP100B7V1 FUYP71/100/125BV17 FHYKP35/45/60/71BV1 FHYP35/45/60/71/100/125BV1 FAYP71/100BV1 1–158 O P Q R 2P060449-1 2P060447-1 2P064849-1 2P060448-1 1–160 1–161 1–162 1–163 1–148 Part 1 – System Outline .

5 PCB Type A The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. 2P018671-1 (illustrated below) Unit FHYC35/45BZ7V1 1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors. PCB No.ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout 8. Connector X5A X10A X11A X15A X18A X19A X20A X23A X24A X25A X27A X30A X33A X35A X36A Connected to X1M T1R T1R 33H R2T R1T M2F — X2A on A2P M3P X2M — — X1A (KRP4) M1A Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) Transformer 230V/22V secundary Transformer 230V/22V primary Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor Connector to capacity adapter Receiver IR remote control (option) Drain pump motor Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to X1A on the adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4 Swing flap motor Part 1 – System Outline 1–149 . X27A X11A X10A X33A X19A X23A X30A X5A X35A X20A X24A 3 4 5 X25A X18A X36A X15A Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.

PCB No. 2P019606-1 2P019607-1 (illustrated below) Unit RY35EAZ7V1 RY45EAZ7V1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors. Connector X1A X3A X4A X5A X7A Connected to X1M T1R S2PH T1R R1T and R4T Description Terminal strip (power supply PCB and communication to the indoor units) Transformer High-pressure switch Transformer Outside air thermistor 1–150 Part 1 – System Outline . X1A X3A 3 X7A X5A 4 5 Connectors X4A The table below describes the PCB connectors.6 PCB Type B The table below contains the applicable PCB numbers and units of this PCB type.PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 8.

PCB No. Connector X5A X10A X11A X15A X18A X19A X20A X23A X24A X25A X27A X30A X33A X35A X36A Connected to X1M T1R T1R 33H R2T R1T M2F — X2A on A2P M3P X2M — — X1A (KRP4) M1A Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) Transformer 230V/22V secundary Transformer 230V/22V primary Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor Connector to capacity adapter Receiver IR remote control (option) Drain pump motor Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4 Swing flap motor 5 Part 1 – System Outline 1–151 .7 PCB Type D The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. X27A X11A X10A X33A X19A X23A X30A X5A X35A X24A X20A X25A X15A 3 4 X18A X36A Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors. 2P053997-1 (illustrated below) Unit FHC35/45/60BZ7V1 1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout 8.

PCB No.8 PCB Type E The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. Connector X5A X10A X11A X15A X18A X19A X20A X23A X24A X25A X27A X30A X33A X35A X36A Connected to X1M T1R T1R 33H R2T R1T M2F — X2A on A2P M3P X2M — — X1A (KRP4) M1A Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) Transformer 230V/22V secundary Transformer 230V/22V primary Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor Connector to capacity adapter Receiver IR remote control (option) Drain pump motor Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4 Swing flap motor 5 1–152 Part 1 – System Outline .PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 8. 2P060443-1 (illustrated below) Unit FHYCP35/45/60/71/100/125B7V1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors. X27A X11A X10A X33A X19A X23A X30A 3 4 Connectors X5A X35A X20A X24A X25A X15A X18A X36A The table below describes the PCB connectors.

2P060444-1 (or EC0060A) 2P060445-1 (or EC0061A) (illustrated below) Unit FHYBP35/45/60/71B7V1 FHYBP100/125B7V1 1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors. Connector X5A X10A X11A X15A X18A X19A X21A X23A X25A X27A X30A X33A X35A X50A Connected to X1M T1R T1R 33H R2T R1T M1F — M3P X2M — — X1A (KRP4) Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) Transformer 230V/22V secundary Transformer 230V/22V primary Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor Connector to capacity adapter Drain pump motor Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4 In case no transfo is used: Connector to power supply PCB Part 1 – System Outline 1–153 .9 PCB Type F The table below contains the applicable PCB numbers and units of this PCB type. PCB No. X33A X11A X25A X27A 3 X15A X23A X18A X19A X21A 4 X30A X35A X10A X50A X5A 5 Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout 8.

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8.10

PCB Type G
The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. PCB No. 2P060446-1 (or EC0062A) (illustrated below) Unit FDYP125/200/250B7V1

Applicable

PCB

The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
X33A X11A X25A X27A

3 4 5

X15A X31A

X23A X18A X19A

X21A

X30A

X35A X10A X50A

X5A

Connectors

The table below describes the PCB connectors. Connector X5A X10A X11A X15A X18A X19A X21A X23A X25A X27A X30A X31A X33A X35A X50A Connected to X1M T1R T1R 33H R2T R1T K1F — M3P X2M — — — X1A (KRP4) — Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) Transformer 230V/22V secundary Transformer 230V/22V primary Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Magnetic contactor for fan motor (M1F) Connector to capacity adapter Drain pump motor Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to A3P (interlock PCB) Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4 In case no transfo is used: Connector to power supply PCB

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8.11

PCB Type H
The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. PCB No. 2P068330-1 (illustrated below) Unit MA56GZ7W11

1

Applicable

PCB

The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
SD SC SB SA S3 S2 S1

3 4 5

S5

S4

Connectors

The table below describes the PCB connectors. Connector S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 SA SB SC SD Connected to — T1R PCB2 X2M X2M Y11E Y12E Y13E Y14E Description Power supply Transformer — Room A and B Room C and D Electronic expansion valve

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1 1

8.12

PCB Type I
The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. PCB No. 2PB32067-3 (illustrated below) Unit MA90GZ7W11

Applicable

PCB

The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.

3
S5

4 5

S1

S2

S10

S4

Connectors

The table below describes the PCB connectors. Connector S1 S2 S4 S5 S10 Connected to — X21A S2PH — — Description Transformer Connector High-pressure switch Power supply Connector for compressor overload/overcurrent

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8.13

PCB Type J
The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. PCB No. 2PB38042-21 (illustrated below) Unit MA90GZ7W11

1

Applicable

PCB

The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
SE SD SC SB SA S3 S2 S1 S7

3 4 5
S6 S5 S4

Connectors

The table below describes the PCB connectors. Connector S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 SA SB SC SD SE Connected to X3M T1R PCB2 X2M X2M X2M Y1S Y11E Y12E Y13E Y14E Y15E Description Terminal strip Transformer — Room A and B Room C and D Room E Solenoid valve Electronic expansion valve

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8.14

PCB Type N
The table below contains the applicable PCB numbers and units of this PCB type. PCB No. 4SW00954-1 4SW00955-1 4SW00956-1 4SW00957-1 4SW00958-1 Unit RP71B7W1/T1 RP100/125B7W1/T1 RYP71B7W1 RYP100/125B7W1 RP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP200/250B7W1 RP71B7V1 RP100B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RYP100B7V1

Applicable

3 4
PCB

4SW00959-1 4SW00960-1 (illustrated below) 4SW00962-1 4SW00963-1 4SW00964-1 4SW00965-1

The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.

5

X4A

X5A X6A

X23A

X10A

X20A

X7A X22A X8A X21A

X24A

X25A X12A X11A X9A

X27A

X1A

X15A

X14A

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Connectors

The table below describes the PCB connectors. Connector X1A X4A X5A X6A X7A X8A X9A X10A X11A X12A X14A X15A X20A X21A X22A X23A X24A X25A X27A Connected to X2A on A3P R1T R2T R3T T1R K1M S1PH S1LP Q1L Q2L M1F M2F X1M F1C Y1R X1A on A2P Y1E J1HC Y1S Air thermistor Heat exchanger thermistor Discharge thermistor Transformer Magnetic contactor (M1C) High-pressure switch Low-pressure switch Thermo switch (M1F) Thermo switch (M2F) Fan motor 1 Fan motor 2 Terminal strip Over current relay 4-way valve — Expansion valve Crankcase heater Solenoid valve Description

1

3 4 5

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8.15

PCB Type O
The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. PCB No. 2P060449-1 (illustrated below) Unit FUYP71/100/125BV17

Applicable

PCB

The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.
X33A X14A X11A X27A

3 4 5

X15A

X20A X23A X18A X19A X25A X29A

X35A

X30A

X10A X5A

X24A

Connectors

The table below describes the PCB connectors. Connector X5A X10A X11A X14A X15A X18A X19A X20A X23A X24A X25A X27A X29A X30A X33A X35A Connected to X1M X2A on A2P X1A on A2P 33A 33H R2T R1T M1F — X2A on A3P M1P X2M M1A — — X1A (KRP4) Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC) PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC) Limit switch (swing flap) Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor Connector for capacity adapter Connected when the infrared remote control kit is used Drain pump motor Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Swing flap motor Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4

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ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout 8. Connector X5A X10A X11A X14A X15A X18A X19A X21A X23A X25A X27A X29A X30A X33A X35A Connected to X1M X2A on A2P X1A on A2P 33A 33H R2T R1T — — M1P X2M M1A — — X1A (KRP4) Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC) PCB (transformer 230 V/16 VDC) Limit switch (swing flap) Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor Connector to capacity adapter Drain pump motor Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Swing flap motor Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4 Part 1 – System Outline 1–161 . PCB No.16 PCB Type P The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. X33A X14A X15A X11A X29A X25A X27A 3 4 5 X23A X18A X19A X21A X30A X35A X10A X5A Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors. 2P060447-1 (illustrated below) Unit FHYKP35/45/60/71BV1 1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.

17 PCB Type Q The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. Connector X5A X10A X11A X14A X15A Connected to X1M T1R T1R 33A — Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) Transformer 230 V/22 V Ttransformer 230 V/22 V Limit switch (swing flap) When installing the drain pump. 2P064849-1 (illustrated below) Unit FHYP35/45/60/71/100/125BV1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 8. Connector to float switch X18A X19A X20A X23A X24A X25A X26A X27A X29A X30A X33A X35A R2T R1T M1F — X2A on A3P — M1F X2M M1A — — X1A (KRP4) Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor Connector for capacity adapter X24A is connected when the infrared remote control kit is used Connector to drain pump motor Fan motor feedback cable Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Swing flap motor Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to adapter for wiring (option KRP1B) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for opitonal PCB KRP4 1–162 Part 1 – System Outline . remove the jumper connector of X15A and carry out the additional wiring for float switch and drain pump. PCB No. X33A X11A X27A X14A 3 4 5 X15A X20A X23A X18A X19A X29A X25A X35A X30A X10A X5A X24A X26A Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.

18 PCB Type R The table below contains the applicable PCB number and unit of this PCB type. X27A X5A X10A X23A 3 X11A X18A X19A X98A 4 5 X20A X25A X29A X24A X35A X26A X30A X14A X15A Connectors The table below describes the PCB connectors.ESiEN02–01A PCB Layout 8. Connector X5A X10A X11A X14A X15A X18A X19A X20A X23A X24A X25A X26A X27A X29A X30A X35A X98A Connected to X1M X2A on A2P X1A on A2P 33A — R2T R1T M1F — X2A on A3P — M1F X2M M1A — X1A (KRP4) C1R Description Terminal strip (P1 and P2) Power supply PCB Power supply PCB Limit switch (swing flap) Float switch Heat exchanger thermistor Air thermistor Fan motor power supply Connector for capacity adapter X24A is connected when the wirelesss remote control is used Drain pump motor Fan motor feedback cable Power supply and communication to the outdoor unit Swing flap motor Connector to interface adapter for Sky Air series (DTA102) Connector to group control adapter power supply (16 VDC) for optional PCB KRP4 Capacitor (M1F) Part 1 – System Outline 1–163 . PCB No. 2P060448-1 (illustrated below) Unit FAYP71/100BV1 1 Applicable PCB The illustration below shows the PCB connectors.

PCB Layout ESiEN02–01A 1 1 3 4 5 1–164 Part 1 – System Outline .

ESIEN02–01A 4 Part 2 Functional Description 2 3 See page 2–3 2–25 2–37 What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters: Chapter 1–General Functionality 2–Overview of the cooling mode functions 3–Overview of the heating mode functions 4 5 Part 2 – Functional Description 2–1 .

ESIEN02–01A 1 2 3 5 2–2 Part 2 – Functional Description .

1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains information on the functions used to control the system.4–Operating Modes and Control Modes 1.13–Crankcase Heater Control (R(Y)P200-250B Only) 1.16–Auto-Restart Function 1.12–Gas Shortage Function 1.8–Forced Thermostat OFF 1.15–Fan and Flap Operations 1.ESiEN02–01A General Functionality Part 2 1 1 General Functionality 2 1.3–Functions of Thermistors: Large Heat Pumps 1. Introduction 3 4 5 Overview This chapter contains the following topics: Topic 1.17–Using Conditions for Remote Control Thermostat See page 2–4 2–5 2–7 2–8 2–10 2–11 2–13 2–14 2–15 2–16 2–17 2–18 2–19 2–21 2–22 2–23 Part 2 – Functional Description 2–3 .11–Discharge Pipe Temperature Control 1.9–HPS and LPS Function 1.2–Functions of Thermistors: Small Heat Pumps 1.14–Drain Pump Control 1.10–Simulated Operation Function 1.5–Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) 1.7–Thermostat Control 1. Understanding these functions is vital when diagnosing a malfunction that is related to the functional control.6–Switching to Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) 1.

Outdoor unit Indoor unit Locating the thermistors 3 2 1 3 4 Functions of the thermistors 4 The table below contains the functions of the small h/p. Thermistor Location Indoor heat exchanger Wiring symbol R2T Mode Cooling Heating Function Freeze-up thermostat ■ ■ 5 1 Hot start indoor fan Peak cut-off 2 Indoor air return Outdoor heat exchanger R1T Cooling Heating Thermostat control Thermostat control Not used ■ ■ 3 R2T Cooling Heating Frost prevention and overload prevention Defrost initiation and termination 4 Outdoor air return R1T Cooling Heating Low ambient control ■ ■ Frost prevention Defrost initiation 2–4 Part 2 – Functional Description .General Functionality ESiEN02–01A 1 2 1. This control secures a proper operation and prevents problems of the unit.2 Functions of Thermistors: Small Heat Pumps The thermistors on the illustration below are used to control the system.

temp. temp.) Integral capacity calculation (to determine defrost) Hot start indoor fan Peak cut-off Outdoor unit fan control Thermostat control Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor unit fan Outdoor fan speed control Thermostat control Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor unit fan Integral capacity calculation (to determine defrost) Peak cut-off 2–5 Heating ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 2 Indoor air return R1T Cooling ■ ■ ■ Heating ■ ■ ■ ■ Part 2 – Functional Description . This control secures a proper operation and prevents problems of the unit.3 Functions of Thermistors: Large Heat Pumps The thermistors on the illustration below are used to control the system. (evap. (cond. Outdoor unit 1 2 3 1 Locating the thermistors 3 4 Indoor unit 2 p> 4 5 5 p< Functions of the thermistors The table below contains the thermistor functions of the large h/p. Thermistor 1 Location Indoor heat exchanger Wiring symbol R2T Mode Cooling Function ■ ■ Optimise discharge temp.ESiEN02–01A General Functionality 1.) Freeze-up thermostat Optimise discharge temp.

) Defrost start/stop Outdoor fan speed control Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor unit fan Integral capacity calculation (to determine freeze-up) Integral capacity calculation (to determine defrost) Start-up control expansion valve and outdoor unit fan Cooling overload Check refrigerant shortage/too much refrigerant Expansion valve control Heating overload Check refrigerant shortage/too much refrigerant Expansion valve control Heating ■ ■ 4 Outdoor air return R1T Cooling ■ ■ 3 Heating ■ ■ ■ 4 5 5 Discharge pipe compressor R3T Cooling ■ ■ ■ Heating ■ ■ ■ 2–6 Part 2 – Functional Description . (cond.General Functionality ESiEN02–01A 1 2 Thermistor 3 Location Outdoor heat exchanger Wiring symbol R2T Mode Cooling Function ■ ■ Optimise discharge temp. (evap. temp. temp.) Integral capacity calculation (to determine freeze-up) Optimise discharge temp.

Operating mode Normal operating mode Control mode Cooling Dry keep Heating Defrosting (automatic) Pump down Stop mode Forced operating mode Forced cooling Forced heating Forced defrosting Part 2 – Functional Description 2–7 . Control modes The table below contains the different control modes of the Sky Air B-series air conditioners.4 Operating Modes and Control Modes The two operating modes are: ■ ■ 1 2 3 4 5 Operating modes Normal operating mode Forced operating mode.ESiEN02–01A General Functionality 1.

. ■ ■ Indoor fan Drain pump Compressor Outdoor fan(s) Outdoor unit ■ ■ 2–8 Part 2 – Functional Description . Remocon is malfunctioning..5 Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) The forced operating mode is applicable for the following units: Model type RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 For this unit.. Make sure to set both indoor and outdoor unit to emergency. Changing the emergency switch to “emergency” for the. Starting conditions 5 Ending conditions You can operate the system manually by changing the emergency switch on the indoor and outdoor PCB from “normal” to “emergency”. You can end the emergency operation by changing the emergency switch back to “normal” while the power is OFF. If.. Indoor unit Switches ON. you can go to. or Outdoor PCB is off line Forced operating mode can be used to go to cooling or heating. ■ ■ ■ Then. or Indoor PCB is off line.General Functionality ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 1.. ■ ■ Applicable units Forced cooling mode Capacity control RP71-250B RYP71-250B Forced cooling mode ■ ■ Forced cooling mode Forced heating mode Purpose The table below describes the purpose of the forced operating mode.. the equipment cannot control the temperature. Emergency operation The table below describes what happens when you change the emergency switch to “emergency”... However. See page 2–10.. In forced operating mode. the compressor is forced to operate until the malfunctioning indoor or outdoor PCB is back online. when in emergency operation..

the unit runs for 20 min and then stops for 10 min in order to avoid freeze-up of the indoor coil. emergency operation cannot be carried out. Forced cooling ON ■ ■ Component Compressor 4-way valve Forced heating ON Forced defrosting ON 5 RY35-45E(A)Z7V1: ON RYP71-250B: OFF ■ ■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1: OFF RYP71-250B: ON ■ ■ RY35-45E(A)Z7V1: ON RYP71-250B: OFF Outdoor unit fan Indoor unit fan Drain pump H fan speed H fan speed ON H fan speed H fan speed OFF OFF H fan speed ON Additional info To avoid misunderstandings. During emergency operation. all actuators are turned OFF. In heating. take the following into account: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ If the PCB or the motorized valve is malfunctioning. ■ Part 2 – Functional Description 2–9 . Emergency operation uses (and switches ON) both indoor and outdoor control PCBs. No signal is transmitted between the indoor and outdoor units and remocon. The outdoor control PCB determines the changeover. defrosting is activated once every hour.ESiEN02–01A General Functionality Time chart The time chart below illustrates emergency operation. The remote control shows 88 while the emergency operation is active on the indoor unit. Power supply 10 s Motorized valve 1 2 3 4 ■ 4-way valve Fully closed Compressor Outdoor unit fan Solenoid valve 60 s Active components The table below shows when the most important components are active in the different forced operating modes. do not attempt to operate the equipment from the remote control. “Heat” cannot be set for c/o air conditioners. ■ In cooling. If a safety device should be activated during emergency operation.

Before switching back Before moving the switches back to normal operating mode. proceed as follows: Step 1 2 Action Turn OFF the power.General Functionality ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 1. Before switching Switching To switch to forced operating mode.6 Switching to Forced Operating Mode (Emergency Operation) Before moving the switches to emergency operation. ON COOL ON 1 2 OFF HEAT Switch 2 is not applicable for the c/o units. do not attempt to operate the equipment from the remote control. ON COOL ON 1 2 OFF HEAT Switch 2 is not applicable for the c/o units. 2–10 Part 2 – Functional Description . make sure to turn OFF the power firstly. make sure to turn OFF the power firstly. Switch ON the emergency switch (SS1) on the indoor PCB. 5 Turn ON the power. During emergency operation. 4 Switch the emergency switch on the outdoor PCB to the forced mode you prefer. (SS1) 3 normal emergency Switch ON the emergency switch on the outdoor PCB. The remote control displays 88 while the emergency operation is active on the indoor unit.

or Defrosting..5 min.Tr Remark ■ ■ Tr = indoor unit suction air temp. Cooling Heating Tr = Tr . by sensing the suction air. Preventing thermostat OFF conditions The thermostat control prevents the thermostat from turning OFF in the following conditions: ■ ■ ■ Initial operation for the first 2. In.. 2 min OFF Part 2 – Functional Description 2–11 . ■ ■ ■ ■ Then the thermostat turns.Ts Ts ..ESiEN02–01A General Functionality 1..7 Thermostat Control All units 1 2 3 4 5 Applicable units Purpose The purpose of thermostat control is to control the compressor operation.. ON Tr ≥ 1 K Guard timer of the compressor has counted down (3 min) Tr ≤ 0 K Thermostat is ON for min. Tr 1K 0K ON Thermostat OFF Thermostat The table below describes when the thermostat turns ON and OFF. When. or Forced operating mode. set by the remote control Time chart The time chart below illustrates the thermostat control. ΔTr The table below shows how to calculate ?Tr.. Ts = temp.

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Display Cooling Setting 25 Initial setting 25 Display Heating Setting 25 25 3 Cooling Remote control Heating 25 25 4 A Automatic changeover Wired 25 Wireless Example L (19) M (21) (22) (23) H (25) 5 (When the display is “25” or “H”) Cool/heat selection Automatic heating Cooling Thermostat ON/OFF Thermostat OFF Heating Thermostat ON -1˚C +1˚C -2˚C Automatic cooling 25 +2˚C Thermostat ON Thermostat OFF 2–12 Part 2 – Functional Description .General Functionality ESiEN02–01A 1 2 Preset temp. range The table below illustrates the preset temperature range.

Td < 55°C Td < Ta + 10°C ΔTd ≤ 5 K Retry 6 x until final error “F3” Used input The forced thermostat OFF control uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor Indoor heat exchanger thermistor Discharge pipe thermistor Connection on indoor PCB — R2T — Connection on outdoor PCB R2T — R3T Part 2 – Functional Description 2–13 . Cooling overload Only for R(Y)P71-250B Heating overload (peak cut-off) Outdoor heat exchanger temperature Tc Indoor heat exchanger temperature Tc Discharge pipe temperature T2 4 Remocon OFF Discharge pipe high temperature Only for R(Y)P71-250B Td disconnection Only for R(Y)P71-250B 5 Discharge pipe thermistor T2 Td is determined to be disconnected from the piping 5 min after the compressor starts. Method The table below contains the different conditions for which the thermostat is turned OFF by the outdoor unit.V. 59.5 .: + 70 pulses (cooling) + 80 pulses (heating) Applicable units Purpose The outdoor unit independently turns its thermostat OFF by means of control other than thermostat OFF commands from the indoor unit.max. 65.8 Forced Thermostat OFF All indoor units 1 2 3 Tc > 63°C for 90 s continuously (min.5°C for 30 s continuously (min. Next start. 60 . initial opening E.5°C for practice function) Td > 125°C for 20 s continuously The thermostat is turned OFF. 66°C for practice function) Tc > 62. Thermostat OFF control Indicator Starting conditions Result Reset Freeze-up function: See page 2–27.max.ESiEN02–01A General Functionality 1.

However. The compressor stops and stands by for 3 min. is activated HPS Then.... If the. LPS (Low-Pressure Switch) If the pressure at the suction side of the compressor becomes abnormally low. 4 5 Used input LPS The HPS and LPS detection function uses the following inputs: Input High-pressure switch Low-pressure switch Connection on indoor PCB — — Connection on outdoor PCB X9A X10A 2–14 Part 2 – Functional Description . the compressor may not turn OFF. Remark If this is activated an additional 6 times from the first detection and before it is turned OFF by the remote control. the LPS stops the unit automatically in order to prevent it from breaking down.9 HPS and LPS Function R(Y)P71-250B Applicable units Purpose HPS (High-Pressure Switch) If the pressure at the discharge side of the compressor becomes abnormally high.. Method The table below describes what happens in case of HPS or LPS activation. the operation stops due to malfunction. depending on the operating conditions. The compressor stops and stands by for 3 min. the HPS stops the unit automatically in order to prevent it from breaking down.General Functionality ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 1.

Method If the air thermistor (for all models listed) or the heat exchanger thermistor is malfunctioning (out of its normal range). If the air or heat exchanger thermistor becomes normal again. The malfunctioning error disappears. the simulated operation function is interrupted and the normal operation restarts. Used input The simulated operation function uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor air thermistor Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor Indoor air thermistor Indoor heat exchanger thermistor Connection on indoor PCB — — R1T-X19A R2T-X18A Connection on outdoor PCB R1T-X4A R2T-X5A — — Part 2 – Functional Description 2–15 .ESiEN02–01A General Functionality 1.10 Simulated Operation Function ■ ■ 1 2 3 4 5 Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 Purpose The purpose of the simulated operation function is to avoid the unit from stopping if the heat exchanger thermistor or air thermistor is malfunctioning. simulated operation is carried out while malfunction is displayed on the remote control.

General Functionality

ESiEN02–01A

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1.11

Discharge Pipe Temperature Control
R(Y)P71-250B

Applicable units

Purpose

The purpose of the discharge pipe temperature control is to prevent a discharge pipe temperature that is too high or too low.

Low temp. starting conditions

The table below contains the low temperature conditions to start the discharge pipe temperature control. Function Description Prevents liquid suction to the compressor. Starting conditions

3 4 5
High temp. starting conditions

F3-error occurs if the conditions... Are met for 15 min continuously.

Wet operation

Change in E.V. opening < 50 pulses Td < Tc + 10°C Td < 55°C After start-up + 5 min: - ΔTd ≤ 5 K - Td < Ta + 10°C

Thermistor out

Detects if the discharge thermistor is not in the correct position.

■ ■

Are repeated 6 times.

The table below contains the high temperature conditions to start the discharge pipe temperature control. Function / description Detects too high discharge gas temperatures. Starting conditions Td ≥ 125°C for 20 s continuously F3-error occurs if the conditions... Are repeated 6 times.

Used input

The discharge pipe temperature control uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor discharge thermistor Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor Indoor heat exchanger thermistor Connection on indoor PCB — — R2T-X18A Connection on outdoor PCB R3T-X6A R2T-X5A —

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General Functionality

1.12

Gas Shortage Function
R(Y)P71-250B

1 2 3
Connection on indoor PCB — — Connection on outdoor PCB R3T-X6A Y1E-X24A

Applicable units

Purpose

The purpose of the gas shortage function is to detect refrigerant shortage before the unit stops due to a discharge temperature that is too high.

Method

When the thermostat is turned OFF due to a discharge pipe temperature that is too high and the E.V. opening is 450 pulses or more, the gas shortage error is activated. However, operation does not stop due to gas shortage. To check the gas shortage error (U0), see page 3–54.

Used input

The gas shortage function uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor discharge thermistor Outdoor expansion valve

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General Functionality

ESiEN02–01A

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1.13

Crankcase Heater Control (R(Y)P200-250B Only)
R(Y)P200-250B

Applicable units

Purpose

The purpose of the crankcase heater control is to prevent refrigerant from remaining in the compressor by heating the crankcase heater of the compressor.

Method

Check the discharge temperature of the compressor during an OFF-cycle.

3 4 5

Starting and ending conditions

The table below describes the starting and ending conditions. If... Compressor OFF (K1M not energized) And Td < 70°C Td > 75°C Compressor ON (K1M energized) — Then the crankcase heater is... ON OFF

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General Functionality

1.14

Drain Pump Control
The drain pump control is applicable for the following units: Model type Cassette Duct Corner Ceiling Model name FHYCP (standard) and FUYP (standard) FHYBP (standard) and FDYP (optional) FHYKP (standard) FHYP (optional)

1 2 3 4 5

Applicable units

Purpose

The purpose of the drain pump control is to control the water draining from the drain pan.

Starting conditions

The drain pump control starts the drain pump when one of the following conditions is fulfilled:
■ ■ ■

The cooling operation is activated, or The level in the drain pan becomes abnormally high, or Freeze-up prevention is detected in cooling operation.

Method

The float switch opens because an abnormal drain level is detected in the drain pan. The table below describes the activation at open float switch. Situation Thermostat ON Activation at open float switch 1. The thermostat is immediately turned OFF. 2. The drain pump continues to operate for minimum 10 min. 3. If the float switch closes again within 80 s, cooling can restart after the 10 min recovery. 1. The thermostat stays forced OFF. 2. The drain pump starts to operate for minimum 10 min. 3. If the float switch closes again within 80 s, cooling can restart after the 10 min recovery. After five retrials the error code “AF” flashes on the remote control.

Thermostat OFF

Float switch opens each time the drain pump stops.

Used input

The drain pump control uses the following inputs: Input Float switch (33H) Magnetic relay drain pump (RyP) Connection on indoor PCB X15A X25A Connection on outdoor PCB — —

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General Functionality

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Detection system

All applicable units use a drain pan water level detection system of the float type.

Float type: During start-up

The time chart below illustrates the drain pump control during start-up.
Water level abnormality Normal ON Compressor OFF ON Drain pump OFF Abnormal Normal
1 min 20 5 min 5s 5 min

Float switch

Error processing

Float type: During operation (compr. ON)

The time chart below illustrates the drain pump control during start-up.
Float switch Water level abnormality Normal ON Compressor OFF ON Drain pump OFF
5 min 5s 5 min

Error processing

Abnormal Normal

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ESiEN02–01A

General Functionality

1.15

Fan and Flap Operations
The table below contains the fan and flap operations. In... Swing operation Airflow direction setting Fan OFF Flap (FHYCP, FHYKP and FHYP) Horizontal Flap (FAYP) Horizontal Remote control indication Swing Set position Swing Set position LL Swing Set position Swing Set position OFF Fully closed (horizontal) Fully closed LL Horizontal Swing Set position —

1 2 3 4 5
Fan L Flap (FHYCP, FHYKP and FHYP) Swing Setting OFF Horizontal Setting Setting Horizontal Setting OFF Horizontal Setting L Horizontal Setting Flap (FAYP) Swing Setting Horizontal Setting Horizontal Setting Downward (horizontal) Downward Horizontal Setting Swing Set position Remote control indication Swing Set position Swing Set position Swing Set position —

Heating operation Function Hot start after defrost

Defrost

Swing operation Airflow direction setting

Thermostat OFF

Swing operation Airflow direction setting

Hot start after thermostat OFF (cold air prevention) Stop (error)

Swing operation Airflow direction setting Swing operation Airflow direction setting

Overload thermostat OFF

Swing operation Airflow direction setting

Cooling operation Function Thermostat ON (microcomputer controlled dry keep mode) Thermostat OFF (microcomputer controlled dry keep mode) Thermostat OFF (cooling) Stop (error)

The table below contains the fan and flap operations. In... Swing operation Airflow direction setting Swing operation Airflow direction setting Swing operation Airflow direction setting Swing operation Airflow direction setting

Freeze-up prevention in microcomputer controlled dry keep mode (including cooling operation)

Swing operation Airflow direction setting

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1.16

Auto-Restart Function
All units

Applicable units

Purpose

The purpose of the auto-restart function is to resume the same operating mode after the power was turned OFF as when the unit was operating.

Turning OFF power

When you have to turn OFF the power supply in order to carry out maintenance, make sure to turn the remote control’s ON/OFF switch OFF firstly. If you turn OFF the power supply while the remote control’s ON/OFF switch is still ON, the “auto-restart function” automatically starts the indoor fan immediately or the outdoor unit fan starts automatically 3 min after the power supply is turned back ON.

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Part 2 – Functional Description

./air suction temp. Condition 1 2 3 The remote control thermostat is not used when. (°C) Heating The diagram below shows the operation range of the set temperature/air suction temperature combination.. Except. — For simultaneous ON/OFF operation. ts: Set temp. If so. The table below contains the conditions in which the remote control thermostat is not used. Conditions in which the rem. (°C) Part 2 – Functional Description 2–23 . the remote control thermostat is not always used. The set temp.. thermostat is not used Even when the “use remote control thermostat” is selected in service mode. When the automatic operation is selected. The remote control thermostat malfunctions. ts: Set temp.ESiEN02–01A General Functionality 1. the remote control can be used..17 Using Conditions for Remote Control Thermostat All units 1 2 Applicable units Wired remote controls The remote control thermostat is only available in wired remote controls. See further in this section. The “one remote control group control” is selected. (°C) Remote control thermostat operation range Differential zone th: Suction air temp. (°C) Remote control thermostat operation range Differential zone th: Suction air temp. contr. 3 4 5 Cooling The diagram below shows the operation range of the set temperature/air suction temperature combination. combination is out of range.

General Functionality ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 2–24 Part 2 – Functional Description .

5–Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Cooling Operation 2.8–Condensation Avoidance Control See page 2–26 2–27 2–30 2–32 2–33 2–34 2–35 Part 2 – Functional Description 2–25 . Understanding these functions is vital when diagnosing a malfunction that is related to the functional control.2–Dry Keep Mode 2. Introduction 3 4 5 Overview This chapter contains the following topics: Topic 2.1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains information on the functions used to control the system when the system is in cooling mode.4–Outdoor Fan Starting Control in Cooling or Dry Keep Mode 2.3–Freeze-Up Function in Cooling or Dry Keep 2.6–Low Outside Temperature Control in Cooling Operation (Year Round Cooling) 2.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the cooling mode functions Part 2 1 2 Overview of the cooling mode functions 2 2.7–High Pressure Protection Control in Cooling Operation 2.

The set temperature and flow rate are not displayed on the remote control. The thermostat is turned ON in one of the following conditions: Suction air temperature Tr ≥ 24°C 18°C ≤ Tr < 24°C Tr < 18°C Thermostat ON Tr Tr 18°C ΔTr 1. ΔTr Thermostat OFF (Differential) Thermostat When dry keep is selected on the remote control. This ambient temperature is then the setpoint.2 Dry Keep Mode All units Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the dry keep mode is to remove humidity while maintaining the room temperature. the unit detects the ambient temperature.Overview of the cooling mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 2. Method The points of thermostat ON or OFF are determined according to the suction air temperature at start-up of the unit operation.0°C Operation condition The table below describes the operation condition.5°C 1. Compressor condition Fan speed Flap angle Air flow direction set with remote control ON L Set angle OFF OFF PoO Setting indication Used input The dry keep function uses the following inputs: Input indoor air temperature R1T Connection on indoor PCB X19A Connection on outdoor PCB — 2–26 Part 2 – Functional Description . The thermostat is turned OFF when the air return temperature drops below this setpoint. Operation start-up Thermostat ON Suction air temp.

C. FDYP. ■ Starting condition 3 ■ Te < D°C for E min accumulated. C. The compressor has been running for more than 8 min continuously while Te < -5°C for 1 min continuously. The integral cooling capacity decreases for B s continuously and Te < F°C for 1 min continuously (see integral capacity calculation further in this section). DIP switch Mode 2-3 0 1 2 3 OFF ON OFF ON ON 8 min 5 min 0s 0°C +2°C +1°C +3°C 15 min +2°C 2-4 OFF 20 min 100 s -1°C -1°C 25 min 0°C A B C D E F Part 2 – Functional Description 2–27 . D. + 79°C. Compressor ON → OFF. Starting conditions 4 ■ ■ The compressor has been running for more than 1 min continuously while Te ≤ -5°C. FAYP and FHYKP Starting conditions In order to avoid formation of ice on the indoor heat exchanger in cooling and dry mode. B. E and F in function of the DIP switch settings on the outdoor PCB.3 Freeze-Up Function in Cooling or Dry Keep ■ ■ 1 2 3 4 5 Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B FHYCP.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the cooling mode functions 2. < -2. Te < -1°C for 1 min continuously (0°C for FAY indoor units). The integral cooling capacity decreases for 200 s continuously (see integral capacity calculation further in this section). or Te < -1°C for 1 min continuously. The integral cooling capacity decreases for B s continuously (see integral capacity calculation further in this section). ■ Starting conditions 2 (FAYP indoor units) ■ ■ The compressor has been running for more than A min. ■ A.9 x room temp. Starting conditions 5 ■ The compressor has been running for more than 8 min continuously while the outdoor ambient temp. the system automatically starts up a freeze-up cycle when a number of specific conditions are fulfilled. E and F The table below contains the values of A. Starting conditions 2 (not-FAYP indoor units) ■ ■ The compressor has been running for more than A min. B. Starting conditions 1 ■ ■ The compressor has been running for less than A min. FUYP. D. Te < C°C for 1 min continuously. FHYBP.

or 3-way air outlet.Overview of the cooling mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 Integral capacity The illustration below shows the integral capacity in function of the compressor running time. Model FAY 4-way cassette Used in case of. “intelligent freeze-up prevention control” determines the freeze-up activation. integral capacity value Diminishing integral capacity Compr.. but with more severe conditions than in mode 0. 2. The outdoor unit can determine the freeze-up activation. Mode 2 enables the possibility to start a freeze-up activation decision by the outdoor unit. Integral capacity Max.. ON time Cooling or dry keep Freeze-up operation Mode 0 Intelligent control mode When the DIP switches are in mode 0. -1°C -3°C Timers 40 min compressor accumulated time Te ≤ -3°C for 1 min continuously after minimum 8 min of operation Te ≤ -5°C for 1 min continuously after minimum 8 min of operation Remarks — Only for FHYP 3 -5°C For indoor units other than FHYP Mode 2 Added countermeasure to avoid ice/water blow out during freeze-up cycle. these are the same as for the Sky Air G. Mode 3 Mode 3 is used in case mode 2 is insufficient as countermeasure. 4 Mode 1 Disabled intelligent control mode The table below contains the freeze-up conditions. 5 Condition (OR) 1 2 Evap. temp. Reverse angle installation for water drain flow. 2–28 Part 2 – Functional Description .and K-series.

ESiEN02–01A Overview of the cooling mode functions Ending condition The table below contains the freeze-up operation ending conditions. 2 or 3 Mode 1 The freeze-up operation is ended when. Mode 0. In case of. Te > +10°C for 10 min continuously Te > +7°C for 10 min continuously 1 2 3 4 5 Heating operation during freeze-up Heating operation activation during freeze-up activation is possible..... Part 2 – Functional Description 2–29 .

Fan speed for Ta < 3°C: R(Y)P71-250B When the compressor is ON for the first 20 s: Fan speed = OFF After 20 s: Fan speed = L speed ■ 3°C ≤ Ta < 10°C 10°C ≤ Ta < 23°C Ta ≥ 23°C L speed H speed HH speed Different fan speeds Fan speed for Ta < 3°C: R(Y)P71-250B This fan starting control is made to be able to build up the compression ratio as soon as possible because this has two advantages: ■ It is better for the compressor to increase the compression ratio because the lubrication must be done by the pressure difference between low and high pressure. RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 has an air thermistor and a low-high speed shift. The pressure difference is necessary for the h/p models to keep the 4-way valve in its correct position. The different fan speeds for the according outdoor air temperatures are shown in the table below.. dry keep mode Outdoor air temp.Overview of the cooling mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 2. Method: R35-45EZ7V11 and RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 When the compressor starts. Operating mode Cooling mode. the fan keeps running for 3 min at starting fan speed.. Ta Ta < 3°C Starting fan speed ■ See further in this section. dry keep mode When the compressor starts. Unit specifications: R35-45EZ7V11 and RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 ■ ■ R35-45EZ7V11 has a mechanical thermostat. The different fan speeds for the according outdoor air temperatures are shown in the table below. and stop the unit. the fan keeps running at starting fan speed (no delay).4 Outdoor Fan Starting Control in Cooling or Dry Keep Mode ■ ■ ■ Applicable units R(Y)P71-250B R35-45EZ7V11 RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 Purpose The purpose is to avoid that the discharge pressure would start to rise. ■ 2–30 Part 2 – Functional Description . The starting fan speed depends on the ambient temperature. The fan speed depends on the ambient temperature. Operating mode Outdoor air temperature Ta Ta > 20°C Ta < 17°C Starting fan speed H speed L speed 4 5 Method: R(Y)P71-250B Cooling mode.

the fan motor operates at H-tap for the first 5 s after start-up. 71 Fan operation 1 fan OFF L H HH OFF L H HH 100 and 125 Upper fan (MF1) OFF L H HH Lower fan (MF2) OFF L H HH 200 and 250 Fan 1 OFF H H H Fan 2 OFF OFF H H 1 2 3 4 L-tap starting compensation When the outdoor fan is operated from OFF to L-tap. before changing to L-tap. H and HH fan speed.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the cooling mode functions Different fan speeds The table below explains the meaning of L. the fan motor does not turn. because of lack of starting torque. 5s H L OFF Used input The fan starting control in cooling or dry keep mode uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor air temperature R1T Connection on indoor PCB — Connection on outdoor PCB X4A 5 Part 2 – Functional Description 2–31 . To avoid this.

The table below explains the meaning of L.5 Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Cooling Operation R(Y)P71-250B Applicable units Purpose The purpose of this normal outdoor fan control is to ensure a correct discharge pressure in function of the outdoor air and indoor room temperature.7 .0. Condition Ta < 41.84 x Tr Ta = ambient temperature = outdoor air temperature. Method The table below shows in which conditions the outdoor fan works at low or high speed.0. 71 Fan operation 1 fan OFF L H HH OFF L H HH 100 and 125 Upper fan (MF1) OFF L H HH Lower fan (MF2) OFF L H HH 200 and 250 Fan 1 OFF H H H Fan 2 OFF OFF H H The normal outdoor fan control during cooling operation uses the following inputs: Input Indoor room temperature R1T Outdoor air temperature R1T Connection on indoor PCB X19A — Connection on outdoor PCB — X4A 2–32 Part 2 – Functional Description .84 x Tr Fan Speed L H 3 4 5 Used input Different fan speeds Ta > 45. H and HH fan speed.Overview of the cooling mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 2.7 . Tr = room suction temperature.

Starting and ending conditions ■ ■ The control is not activated during start-up control. The differential for the return condition is 4 K.84 x Tr (H tap return condition) 5 Part 2 – Functional Description 2–33 .0. (Ta) (°CDB) 46 ■ H tap range 28 24 15 L tap range -5 21 37 Indoor suction air temp.6 Low Outside Temperature Control in Cooling Operation (Year Round Cooling) R(Y)P71-250 1 2 3 4 Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the control is to prevent freezing of the indoor heat exchanger due to: ■ ■ Drop of the low pressure Indoor heat exchanger temperature (Te).ESiEN02–01A Overview of the cooling mode functions 2. Outside air temp. The control is activated when the outdoor temperature drops below (41.0.7 . Method The method to control is reduction of the air flow volume of the outdoor unit fan.7 . At this temperature.0. (Tr) (°CDB) 11 Ta > 41.84 x Tr (L tap condition) Ta < 45. the outdoor fan speed switches to L-tap.84 x room suction temperature).7 .

unit heat exchanger temp.Overview of the cooling mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 2. shifts: +1°C for each therm. Method The thermostat turns OFF immediately before HPS activation according to the outdoor heat exchanger temperature (Tc). Thermostat OFF after 90 s continuously The temp. Outd.7 High Pressure Protection Control in Cooling Operation R(Y)P71-250B Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the high pressure protection is to prevent a shutdown due to an error. OFF operation -1°C for each HPS activation Min. (Tc) Thermostat control HPS retry 6th time: E3-error Max. 2–34 Part 2 – Functional Description .

the condensation avoidance control is activated: Stage 1 Description The fan operates in cooling mode with the blade in downward position (set on the remote control). 4 The unit operation is reset by: ■ ■ ■ Changing the operating mode into “heating” or “fan”. Part 2 – Functional Description 2–35 .8 Condensation Avoidance Control FHYP 1 2 3 4 Applicable units Operating modes Regardless of whether the thermostat is ON or OFF. or Changing the air flow direction. or Dry keep. the blade moves to a horizontal position. However. 2 After 30 min. the condensation avoidance control can function in the following operating modes: ■ ■ Cooling (automatic).ESiEN02–01A Overview of the cooling mode functions 2. Method To avoid condensation on the swing flap. or Turning the unit operation ON or OFF. the blade moves back to its downward position for 30 min. the remote control still shows the downward position. 5 3 After 1 h operation in horizontal position.

Overview of the cooling mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 2–36 Part 2 – Functional Description .

This chapter is only applicable to h/p units.2–Defrost Control 3.7–Starting Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode 3.4–Draft Avoidance Control 2 3. Understanding these functions is vital when diagnosing a malfunction that is related to the functional control.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the heating mode functions Part 2 1 3 Overview of the heating mode functions 2 3.6–4-way Valve Control 3.3–Draft Avoidance Control 1 3.9–Motor Operated Valve Control See page 2–38 2–41 2–43 2–44 2–45 2–46 2–47 2–49 Part 2 – Functional Description 2–37 .1 What Is in This Chapter? This chapter contains information on the functions used to control the system during heating mode.5–Outdoor Unit Identification Function 3. Introduction 3 4 5 Overview This chapter contains the following topics: Topic 3.8–Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode 3.

Starting conditions: RYP71-250B The defrosting starts when either condition 1 or 2 has been realized. Condition 1 Condition 2 The compressor has been running for a total of 25 min since the start of heating or since the end of the previous defrosting. (°CDB) 5 -9 ■ -5 -7 Defrost activation range Compressor ON ≥ 5 min continuously. integral capacity value Diminishing integral capacity Compr.4 x Ta . 40 min. ≤ 0. This frost forms when the unit is in heating position. if DS2-1 is ON. (Tc) (°CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 -1 -3 5 Outside air temp.5°C Outdoor heat exchanger temp. and Outdoor heat exchanger temp.2 Defrost Control ■ ■ Applicable units RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 RYP71-250B Purpose The purpose of the defrost control is to prevent frost on the outdoor heat exchanger coil. ≤ -3°C. ON time Heating Defrosting 2–38 Part 2 – Functional Description . ■ ■ Outdoor heat exchanger temp. Integral capacity Max. ■ ■ Outdoor fan is ON (not in overload control) Outdoor fan is OFF (overload control) Heating integral capacity The integral heating capacity is calculated by using the indoor unit data (R2T .R1T) divided by the compressor running time. or Ta > -5°C for 3 h accumulated (if DS1-2 is ON. 24 h).Overview of the heating mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 3. or Ta ≤ -5°C for 6 h accumulated Above condition for 10 min accumulated. and integral heating capacity diminishes (see further in this section).

the motorized valve opens at intervals. the defrost motorized valve is at 480 pulses for a certain amount of time. and is then closed gradually to 100 pulses. according to the operating conditions at defrost activation.Discharge pipe temp. or Until the indoor heat exchanger temperature increases. Part 2 – Functional Description 2–39 . Defrosting start Outd.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the heating mode functions Defrost control RYP71-250B The illustration below shows the defrost control. ≥ 10°C . The fan operates at optimum fan tap. 4 5 2 Motorized valve control after defrost operation Outdoor unit fan after defrost operation Hot start after defrost The motorized valve is controlled to an optimum opening and the most suitable operating speed. > 120°C. according to the operating conditions at defrost activation. Defrost ending RYP71-250B The defrost operation ends: ■ ■ After 10 min.Outdoor heat exchanger temp. The unit remains in the hot start standby (indoor unit fan OFF) mode for: ■ ■ 3 4 40 s after defrost ending. unit heat exchager temp. or As soon as one of the following conditions is met after 1 min or more: . (Tc) Defrosting ending 1 2 10˚C Compressor 4-way valve ON OFF ON OFF 480 400 300 200 100 Motorized valve Note 2 Note 1 3 Note 3 Note 4 Outd. Only when the discharge pipe temperature is high during defrost. unit fan ON OFF ON OFF Ind. unit fan Note 1 Control and time Motorized valve control during defrost operation Description After a defrost activation.

Ending conditions The defrosting stops when one of the following conditions is fulfilled: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Defrosting has been running over 10 min.Overview of the heating mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 Starting and ending conditions: RY35-45E(A)Z7V1 Starting conditions The defrosting starts when all of the following conditions are fulfilled: ■ ■ ■ The compressor has been running over 40 min If Ta ≥ 5°C. or High-pressure switch has been activated. or Unit is in another mode than heating. or Outdoor heat exchanger temperature > 12. or Indoor unit has been switched OFF. Hot start after defrosting The hot start function is activated: ■ ■ 40 s after the defrosting ending. outdoor heat exchanger temperature < -3°C Outdoor heat exchanger temperature < (Ta x 0. Used input The defrost control uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor thermistor Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor Discharge pipe thermistor Defrosting start temperature changeover switch Defrosting forced time changeover switch Connection on indoor PCB — — — — — Connection on outdoor PCB R1T R2T R3T DS1-2 DS2-1 2–40 Part 2 – Functional Description .4) .5°C.5°C. or When Tc > 34°C (indoor heat exchanger temperature).

3 Draft Avoidance Control 1 The draft avoidance control 1 is applicable for the following units: Model type Cassette Corner Ceiling Wall Model name FHYCP and FUYP FHYKP FUYP FAYP 1 2 3 4 When the flap starts to move. or In defrosting. which is very uncomfortable for the end users. Flap moves from setting position to Po0 Defrosting Part 2 – Functional Description 2–41 . Flap moves from setting position to Po0 Defrosting The time chart below illustrates the draft avoidance control 1 in defrosting. Method The draft avoidance control 1 delays the moving of the flap setting to the Po0 position (= upper) for a certain amount of time in the following conditions: ■ ■ In heating mode and thermostat OFF. The fan speed decreases to LL speed but it takes some time because of its inertia. Fan Setting LL Setting Po0 ON OFF 20 s 5 Po0 Flap Thermostat Flap motor starts to drive the flap. there can be a draft. The fan speed decreases to LL speed but it takes some time because of its inertia. When the flap starts to move. Fan Setting Off Setting Po0 Yes No 20 s Flap Po0 Flap motor starts to drive the flap.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the heating mode functions 3. Heating mode and thermostat OFF The time chart below illustrates the draft avoidance control 1 in heating mode and thermostat OFF. Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the draft avoidance control 1 is to avoid draft. there can be a draft.

of fan turns Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor (start and end defrosting) Connection on indoor PCB 33S X26A — Connection on outdoor PCB — — R2T 2–42 Part 2 – Functional Description .Overview of the heating mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 Used inputs The draft avoidance control 1 uses the following inputs: Input Limit switch for flap No.

of fan turns Connection on indoor PCB 33S X26A Connection on outdoor PCB — — Part 2 – Functional Description 2–43 . Time chart If the fan speed is set to “H”. or Cold air prevention control is finished.4 Draft Avoidance Control 2 The draft avoidance control 2 is applicable for the following units: Model type Cassette Corner Ceiling Wall Model name FHYCP and FUYP FHYKP FUYP FAYP 1 2 3 4 5 Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the draft avoidance control 2 is to avoid draft when the flap is moving. Fan H L OFF/LL Flap Setting Po0 Hot start. Finished cold air prevention T T= 24 s (50Hz) 5 s (FH(Y)CP and FH(Y)KP) Used input Draft avoidance control 2 uses the following inputs: Input Limit switch for flap No.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the heating mode functions 3. the fan turns at low speed for a certain amount of time. Starting conditions The draft avoidance control 2 is activated when: ■ ■ Hot start is finished.

5 Outdoor Unit Identification Function The outdoor unit identification function is applicable for the following units: Model type Cassette Corner Ceiling Wall Duct Model name FHYCP and FUYP FHYKP FUYP FAYP FDYP and FHYBP Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the outdoor unit identification function is to enable the indoor unit to automatically determine which operating mode has to be set in function of the outdoor unit type (c/o or h/p).Overview of the heating mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 3. 4 5 Operating modes The possible operating modes are: Outdoor unit h/p Operating modes ■ ■ ■ ■ Fan Cooling Dry keep Heating Fan Cooling Dry keep c/o ■ ■ ■ Used input The outdoor unit identification function uses the following inputs: Input Indoor PCB Outdoor PCB TC: Transmission circuit RC: Receiving circuit Connection on indoor PCB TC & RC — Connection on outdoor PCB — TC &RC 2–44 Part 2 – Functional Description .

Indoor heat exchanger.. Heating... This changeover switching is only carried out during operation. except for defrosting ■ ■ ■ The 4-way valve is.. Compressor ON OFF Unit mode Cooling / dry keep Heating ON OFF ON OFF Defrosting 4-way valve Used input The 4-way valve control uses the following inputs: Input Indoor air temperature R1T (auto changeover) Outdoor heat exchanger temperature R2T (defrost) Connection on indoor PCB X19A — Connection on outdoor PCB — X5A Part 2 – Functional Description 2–45 . because pressure difference is required to move the internal cylinder. Outdoor heat exchanger. The 4-way valve control carries out the changeover switching of the 4-way valve.. Cooling Heating Then the 4-way valve connects the outlet of the compressor with... Method The table below describes the 4-way valve control operation.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the heating mode functions 3. When. In. ON OFF Cooling Dry keep Defrosting Time chart The time chart below illustrates the 4-way valve control..6 4-way Valve Control RYP71-250B 1 2 3 4 5 Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the 4-way valve control is to control how the superheated refrigerant passes through the 4-way valve.

Overview of the heating mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3. The starting fan speed lasts 5 min. Outdoor unit air temperature 3 4 5 9 OFF H OFF RYP71-125B: OFF RYP200-250B: L H OFF OFF 4.5 -1 HH 17 H 24 L Indoor unit air temperature Different fan speeds The table below explains the meaning of L.7 Starting Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode RYP71-250B Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the starting outdoor fan control is to control the fan speed in function of the indoor and outdoor unit air temperature. H and HH fan speed. the fan speed stays at H for the first 5 s if it is switched from OFF to L. 71 Fan operation 1 fan OFF L H HH OFF L H HH 100 and 125 Upper fan (MF1) OFF L H HH Lower fan (MF2) OFF L H HH 200 and 250 Fan 1 OFF H H H Fan 2 OFF OFF H H Used input The outdoor fan starting control in heating mode uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor thermistor Suction thermistor Connection on indoor PCB — R1T Connection on outdoor PCB R1T — 2–46 Part 2 – Functional Description . Method The illustration below shows the fan starting control in heating mode. When the outside temperature is 10°C or lower. ■ ■ LPS is not detected for 3 min after start-up.

0 55. 62.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the heating mode functions 3. Part 2 – Functional Description 2–47 . Reduce the chance of icing up.5 21 A 9 6 4.3 47. The operation range is divided into three areas (A.0 52. (°CDB) Indoor heat exchanger temp. (°CDB) A B C Example For area A.5 -1 56.3°C.3 L HH 10 17 24 30 Indoor air temp. Outdoor air temp. B and C).0 H 53. Method Normal fan control operation is done after 5 min of starting fan control operation.8 Normal Outdoor Fan Control in Heating Mode RYP71-250B 1 2 3 L OFF L OFF Applicable units Purpose The purpose of the normal outdoor fan control is to: ■ ■ Reduce the chance of overload during high ambient temperature.3°C From OFF to L speed at 50.0 OFF 54. the fans go: ■ ■ From L speed to OFF at 52.3 H L L C B 4 5 H -10 50.

Overview of the heating mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 3 4 5 Different fan speeds The table below explains the meaning of L. 71 Fan operation 1 fan OFF L H HH OFF L H HH 100 and 125 Upper fan (MF1) OFF L H HH Lower fan (MF2) OFF L H HH 200 and 250 Fan 1 OFF H H H Fan 2 OFF OFF H H Used input The normal outdoor fan control during heating operation uses the following inputs: Input Outdoor thermistor Suction thermistor Indoor heat exchanger thermistor Connection on indoor PCB — R1T R2T Connection on outdoor PCB R1T — — 2–48 Part 2 – Functional Description . H and HH fan speed.

Start-up control 3. Thermostat SV ON OFF ON OFF EV 480 0 ON OFF 1. Thermostat SV ON OFF ON OFF EV 480 0 ON OFF Compressor 4 Start-up control When the compressor starts. Opening degree: Self-learning function When the system was stopped due to abnormal suction or discharge pressure. The relevant error code appears on the remote control. The liquid receiver fills up and a minimum refrigerant amount is passed to the compressor.9 Motor Operated Valve Control R(Y)P71-250B 1 2 3 Refrigerant recuperation Applicable units Pump down residual operation The unit conducts a pump down residual operation after each compressor stop command. Normal control 5 Compressor 1 2 3 Initial opening degree The initial opening degree of the outdoor expansion valve depends on the indoor and outdoor air temperature. The purpose of this function is to collect the refrigerant in the liquid receiver in order to prevent refrigerant from remaining in the indoor heat exchanger. or due to a discharge temperature that is too high. The expansion valve increases the previous opening degree with 70 (in cooling mode) or 80 (in heating mode) pulses at the next start-up. Equalisation 2. Part 2 – Functional Description 2–49 . The calculation of the opening degree is made at a thermostat ON and at the end of a defrosting cycle. If the first start-up fails. a pump down operation is carried out in order to avoid liquid pumping. There are maximum five start-up attempts. the expansion valve control tries to avoid the same breakdown. something is wrong with the unit and a unit check is necessary. the opening degree of the following start-up is adapted by the self-learning function.ESiEN02–01A Overview of the heating mode functions 3. The opening degree of the expansion valve depends on the start-up number. When the compressor stops again after the fifth start-up. This minimum refrigerant amount is required to avoid discharge pipe temperatures that are too high.

Used input The motor operated valve control uses the following inputs: Input Connection on indoor PCB — — — R2T Connection on outdoor PCB R1T R2T R3T — 3 4 5 Outdoor thermistor Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor Discharge pipe thermistor Indoor heat exchanger thermistor 2–50 Part 2 – Functional Description . The expansion valve is controlled in order for the discharge temperature to approach the optimum temperature.Overview of the heating mode functions ESiEN02–01A 1 2 Normal control The optimum discharge pipe temperature is calculated based on: ■ ■ ■ Indoor and outdoor heat exchanger temperature Actual discharge pipe temperature Outdoor ambient temperature.

ESIEN02–01A 4 Part 3 Troubleshooting What is in this part? This part contains the following chapters: Chapter 1–Troubleshooting 2–Error Codes: Indoor Units 3–Error Codes: Outdoor Units 4–Error Codes: System Malfunctions 5–Additional Checks for Troubleshooting See page 3–3 3–21 3–33 3–53 3–65 3 3 4 5 Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–1 .

ESIEN02–01A 1 3 3 5 3–2 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .

10–Outdoor Safety Device: Thermal Protector Fan Motor 1.12–Outdoor Safety Device: Reverse Phase Protector 1.3–Emergency Operation and Checking with the Wired Remote Control 1.6–Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: Outdoor Malfunctions 1.8–Overview of the Indoor Safety Devices 1.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting Part 3 1 1 Troubleshooting 1.11–Outdoor Safety Device: Overcurrent Relay Compressor 1. Introduction 3 3 4 5 Overview This chapter contains the following topics: Topic 1. Some procedures are considered common practice.4–Checking with the Infrared Remote Control Display 1. This chapter gives a general idea of where to look for malfunctions. Not all repair procedures are described.9–Overview of the Outdoor Safety Devices 1.14–Outdoor Safety Device: Low-Pressure Switch See page 3–4 3–6 3–7 3–11 3–12 3–13 3–14 3–15 3–16 3–17 3–18 3–19 3–20 Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–3 .2–Overview of General Problems 1.1 What Is in This Chapter? When a problem occurs.7–Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: System Malfunctions 1.5–Troubleshooting with the Indoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control 1.13–Outdoor Safety Device: High-Pressure Switch 1. you have to check all possible malfunctions.

Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs. See page 3–11. 3–4 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Make sure the indoor unit type is compatible with the outdoor unit. See page 3–11. See page 3–12 and 3–13.2 Overview of General Problems The general problems are: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Introduction None of the indoor units operates Equipment operates but stops sometimes Some indoor units do not operate (twin / triple) Equipment operates but is not able to cool Abnormal operating noise and vibrations Equipment does not operate (operation light OFF) Poor cooling or heating Operation stops suddenly (operation light flashes) Abnormal functioning. See page 3–12 and 3–13. check the following: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Make sure the rated voltage is supplied. Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. Equipment operates but is not able to cool To troubleshoot. See page 3–12 and 3–13. Some indoor units do not operate (twin / triple) To troubleshoot. Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. Check for gas shortage. See page 3–54. See page 3–12 and 3–13. Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. Troubleshoot with the outdoor unit LEDs. check the following: ■ ■ ■ ■ Make sure the thermistor has not disconnected from the pipe holder. 3 3 None of the indoor units operates ■ ■ To troubleshoot. check the following: ■ ■ ■ ■ A power failure of 2 to 10 sine wave cycles can stop air conditioner operation. 4 5 Equipment operates but stops sometimes To troubleshoot. Make sure the address for the remote control and indoor unit are set correctly. Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs.Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 1. See page 4–5. See page 3–11. Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs. Cooling operation cannot be used when the outside temperature is below 0°C. Troubleshoot with the indoor unit LEDs. See page 3–11. check the following: ■ ■ ■ Make sure the indoor unit type is compatible with the outdoor unit.

1 Equipment does not operate (operation light OFF) To troubleshoot. Check if the address switch is set correctly. proceed as follows: Step 1 2 3 Action Switch OFF the breaker. Check if all windows and doors are closed. Check if the temperature settings are correct. Transmission error between the indoor and the outdoor unit. Check if the timer is set correctly. Check the operation by trying to operate with the remote control. Poor cooling or heating To troubleshoot. Check if there is no obstruction of the air inlet or outlet of the indoor and outdoor units. Switch it back ON. check the following: ■ ■ Check if the air filters are clean. check the following: ■ ■ ■ ■ Check if the breaker has switched OFF or the fuse has blown. 3 3 4 5 Operation stops suddenly (operation light flashes) To troubleshoot. Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–5 . check the following: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Check if the filters are clean. Check if there is no obstruction of the air inlet or outlet of the indoor and outdoor units. The operation light flashes when the following errors are detected: ■ ■ Activation of a safety device or malfunctioning thermistors. See chapters “General Outline: Indoor Units” and “General Outline: Outdoor Units”. Abnormal functioning The air conditioner may malfunction due to lightning or radio waves. See page 4–5. Check if the air flow and air direction are set correctly. To check.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting Abnormal operating noise and vibrations Make sure the required space for installation is provided. Check if the batteries are placed in the remote control. Check if there is no ventilation operation.

the remote control‘s operation LED flashes.Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 1. The error code helps you to troubleshoot. press the button again. you can use the emergency button on the front panel of the indoor unit : ■ ■ Emergency operation To start the automatic mode. See page 3–11. press the emergency button. 3 3 4 5 3–6 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .3 Emergency Operation and Checking with the Wired Remote Control When the remote control is not available or its battery is dead. Checking with the wired remote control If the operation stops due to a malfunction. To stop the automatic mode. and the remote control displays the error code. 3–12 and 3–13.

4 Checking with the Infrared Remote Control Display Contrary to the wired remote control. UP DOWN FAN 0 RESERVE CANCEL TIMER MODE SWING /TEST 5 Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–7 . The equipment enters the inspection mode. display. Instead. the infrared remote control does not display the error code. 1 Introduction Checking To find the error code.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting 1. ON / OFF TEMP TIME 3 3 4 INSPECTION/TEST 00 CODE UNIT No. the operation LED on the light reception section flashes. “0” flashes in the UNIT No. proceed as follows: Step 1 Action Press the INSPECTION/TEST button to select “inspection”.

The left “0” (upper digit) indication of the error code flashes. There is no abnormality.. Follow all steps below. This continuous beep indicates that the error code is confirmed..Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 Step 2 Action Press the UP or DOWN button and change the UNIT No. ON / OFF TEMP TIME 00 CODE UNIT No. 3 short beeps 1 short beep Then. Continue the operation in step 4 until you hear a continuous beep. until the receiver of the remote control starts to beep.. Press the MODE selector button.’ ON / OFF TEMP TIME 00 CODE UNIT No. Follow steps 3 and 4. UP DOWN UP DOWN FAN RESERVE iI CANCEL TIMER MODE 3 3 4 5 1 continuous beep 3 SWING /TEST If you hear.. UP DOWN FAN RESERVE iI CANCEL TIMER MODE SWING MODE /TEST 3–8 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .

5 Press the MODE selector button. DOWN ON / OFF 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 U P L J F H E C A O UP TEMP TIME A0 CODE UNIT No.. 2 short beeps 1 short beep 1 continuous beep 5 Then.. UP DOWN FAN RESERVE iI CANCEL TIMER MODE SWING UP DOWN 3 3 4 /TEST If you hear.. UP DOWN FAN RESERVE iI CANCEL TIMER MODE SWING MODE /TEST Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–9 ..The right “0” (lower digit) indication of the error code flashes. No digits match.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting Step 4 Action Press the UP or DOWN button to change the error code upper digit until the receiver of the remote control starts to beep. Both upper and lower digits match. ON / OFF TEMP TIME A0 CODE UNIT No. The upper digit matches.

DOWN ON / OFF 3 3 4 7 F E J C H A 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 UP TEMP TIME A3 CODE UNIT No. ON / OFF 5 TEMP TIME 27˚C UP DOWN FAN RESERVE CANCEL TIMER MODE SWING MODE /TEST 3–10 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 Step 6 Action Press the UP or DOWN button and change the error code lower digit until the receiver of the remote control generates a continuous beep. UP DOWN DOWN FAN RESERVE iI CANCEL TIMER MODE SWING UP /TEST Press the MODE button to return to normal status. If you do not press any button for at least 1 min. the remote control returns automatically to normal status.

or C9 " " " " " " — # ! ! # ! Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System (A3) Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock (A6) Malfunctioning Drain System (AF) Malfunctioning Capacity Setting (AJ) Thermistor Abnormality (C4 or C9) Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor (CJ) 3–23 3–25 3–27 3–28 3–30 3–32 5 CJ Symbols and notes The table below describes the symbols and notes used in the malfunction overview... unit See page LED front panel 3 3 4 1 5 5 5 5 4 1 5 5 4 1 — — 5 Note 1 — — — ! Normal Malfunctioning Indoor PCB (A1) — 3–22 A1 A3 A6 AF AJ C4. Symbol / note Note 1 4 5 1 " ! # Description Variety of circumstances LED is ON LED is flashing LED is OFF High probability of malfunction Low probabiltiy of malfunction No possibility of malfunction (do not replace) Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–11 .. The table below contains an overview of the indoor unit malfunctions. Indoor unit LED H1P (HAP) H2P (HBP) Remote control display Location of the malfunction Malfunction description Other than PCB PCB ind. 1 Shutdown Malfunction overview If. This means that you have to wait until the system shuts down to be able to see the flashing LED on the front panel and the error code on the remote control. the system only shuts down when the error occurs several times.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting 1.5 Troubleshooting with the Indoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control For some errors. Then..

unit See page Rem... Outdoor unit LED Then.. Location of the malfunction Malfunction description Other than PCB PCB outd. Symbol / note Note 1 4 5 1 " ! # Description Variety of circumstances LED is ON LED is flashing LED is OFF High probability of malfunction Low probabiltiy of malfunction No possibility of malfunction (do not replace) 3–12 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Malfunction overview If. contr. display HAP H1P H2P 3 3 4 5 5 5 4 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 4 — — 4 4 1 1 4 4 4 4 1 1 — — 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 Note 1 — " — — " " " " " " " " — # ! ! — — # # # # # # Normal Activation of Safety Device (E0) Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB Malfunctioning power supply or outdoor unit PCB Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) (E3) Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) (E4) Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve (E9) Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature (F3) Malfunctioning HPS (H3) Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System (H9) Malfunctioning Discharge Pipe Thermistor System (J3) Malfunctioning Heat Exchanger Thermistor System (J6) — 3–34 — — 3–39 3–41 3–43 3–45 3–47 3–48 3–50 3–51 E0 Note 1 Note 1 E3 E4 E9 F3 H3 H9 J3 J6 Symbols and notes The table below describes the symbols and notes used in the malfunction overview..6 Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: Outdoor Malfunctions The table below contains an overview of the outdoor unit malfunctions.Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 1.

ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting 1. display Other than PCB PCB outd.. Outdoor unit LED HAP H1P H2P Then. Location of the malfunction Rem.. unit Rem..7 Troubleshooting with the Outdoor Unit LEDs and the Remote Control: System Malfunctions The table below contains an overview of the system malfunctions. contr. Symbol / note Note 1 Note 2 4 5 1 " ! # Description Variety of circumstances All combinations that are not “normal” are possible LED is ON LED is flashing LED is OFF High probability of malfunction Low probabiltiy of malfunction No possibility of malfunction (do not replace) Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–13 . contr. unit PCB ind.. Malfunction description See page 5 Note 2 5 Note 2 1 1 Note 1 — " " " — — # ! — — — ! — — — — Normal Gas Shortage Detection (U0) Reverse Phase (U1) Transmission Error between Indoor and Outdoor Unit (U4 or UF) Transmission Error between Indoor Unit and Remote Control (U5) Transmission Error between MAIN Remote Control and SUB Remote Control (U8) Malfunctioning Field Setting Switch (UA) — 3–54 3–55 3–57 U0 1 4 3 3 4 5 U1 U4 or UF U5 " — ! ! 3–60 U8 " — ! ! 3–61 UA " — ! — 3–62 Symbols and notes The table below describes the symbols and notes used in the malfunction overview. 1 Malfunction overview If.

N.A. > 130 ± 5°C > 120 ± 5°C Reset (automatic) < 83 ± 20°C N.A. N. > 130 ± 5°C > 130 ± 5°C N.8 Overview Overview of the Indoor Safety Devices The table below contains an overview of the indoor safety devices. > 160°C N. > 152°C N.A.A.A. < 83 ± 20°C < 83 ± 20°C N.Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 1. < 83 ± 20°C < 105°C Thermal fuse fan motor N.A.A.A. Fuse PCB 5A 3 3 4 5 FUYP FDYP FAYP FH(Y)K(P) 3–14 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Thermal protector fan motor Applicable unit Abnormal FH(Y)C(P) FHYBP FH(Y)(P) > 130 ± 5°C N.A.

Reverse phase protector — Overload contact compressor — Thermal protector fan motor X Overcurrent relay compressor X Highpressure switch X Lowpressure switch X 1 Applicable outdoor unit RP71B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 RYP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RYP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RYP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP250B7W1 X 3 3 — X 4 5 Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–15 .9 Overview Overview of the Outdoor Safety Devices The table below contains an overview of the outdoor safety devices.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting 1.

Applicable outdoor unit RP71B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 Q1L Wiring symbol Location safety Settings Abnormal Reset Type Reset Thermal protector fan motor 3 3 4 5 RYP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RYP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RYP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP250B7W1 Q1L and Q2L Q2L connected to X12A Q1L connected to X11A Outdoor fan motor > 140°C < 45 ±15°C Automatic 3–16 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .10 Outdoor Safety Device: Thermal Protector Fan Motor The table below describes the thermal protector of the fan motor.Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 1.

0 A (±10 %) > 33.0 A (±10 %) Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–17 .0 A (±10 %) > 15.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting 1.11 Outdoor Safety Device: Overcurrent Relay Compressor The table below describes the overcurrent relay of the compressor.0 A (±10 %) Automatic > 16.0 A (±10 %) > 24.0 A (±10 %) > 13.0 A (±10 %) Reset Type 1 Overcurrent relay compressor > 10.0 A (±10 %) > 22. Applicable outdoor unit RP71B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 RYP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RYP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RYP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7T1 RP125B7W1 RYP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP250B7W1 F1C Switch box Settings Wiring symbol Location safety Abnormal > 22.0 A (±10 %) 3 3 4 5 > 10.0 A (±10 %) > 20.

Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 1. Wiring symbol Type Location safety Reset No reverse phase protector Reverse phase protector Applicable outdoor unit RP71B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 3 3 4 5 RYP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RYP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RYP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP250B7W1 PRC Switch box Automatic and power OFF No reverse phase protector PRC Switch box Automatic and power OFF 3–18 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .12 Outdoor Safety Device: Reverse Phase Protector The table below describes the reverse phase protector.

5 bar < 25 bar S1PH Discharge pipe Automatic > 33 bar < 25.ESiEN02–01A Troubleshooting 1.5 bar Wiring symbol Location safety Settings Abnormal Reset Type Reset 1 High-pressure switch 3 3 4 5 Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–19 .13 Outdoor Safety Device: High-Pressure Switch The table below describes the high-pressure switch. Applicable outdoor unit RP71B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 RYP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RYP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RYP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP250B7W1 > 32.

14 Outdoor Safety Device: Low-Pressure Switch The table below describes the low-pressure switch.Troubleshooting ESiEN02–01A 1 1.5 bar Automatic 3–20 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .3 bar > +0. Applicable outdoor unit RP71B7V1 RYP71B7V1 RP71B7W1 Wiring symbol Location safety Settings Abnormal Reset Type Reset Low-pressure switch 3 3 4 5 RYP71B7W1 RP71B7T1 RP100B7V1 RYP100B7V1 RP100B7W1 RYP100B7W1 RP100B7T1 RP125B7W1 RYP125B7W1 RP125B7T1 RP200B7W1 RYP200B7W1 RP250B7W1 RYP250B7W1 S1LP Low-pressure switch located in suction pipe < -0.

6–Malfunctioning Capacity Setting (AJ) 2.4–Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock (A6) 2.8–Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor (CJ) See page 3–22 3–23 3–25 3–27 3–28 3–30 3–32 5 Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–21 .1 What Is in This Chapter? In the first stage of the troubleshooting sequence. it is important to correctly interpret the error code on the remote control display.5–Malfunctioning Drain System (AF) 2. the system only shuts down when the error occurs several times. Overview This chapter contains the following topics: Topic 2.3–Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System (A3) 2.7–Thermistor Abnormality (C4 or C9) 2. The error code helps you to find the cause of the problem.2–Malfunctioning Indoor PCB (A1) 2. This means that you have to wait until the system shuts down to be able to see the flashing LED on the front panel and the error code on the remote control. Introduction 3 3 4 Shutdown For some errors.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Indoor Units Part 3 1 2 Error Codes: Indoor Units 2.

Normal reset? No Replace indoor PCB. rather than damaged parts. 3–22 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . proceed as follows: Switch the power off and on again to restart. It functions like non-volatile RAM. 4 Causes The possible cause is a malfunctioning indoor PCB. but writing to EEPROM is slower than writing to RAM.2 Malfunctioning Indoor PCB (A1) A1 The table below shows the LED indications. either within the computer or externally and usually requires more voltage for erasure than the common +5 volts used in logic circuits. It can be erased. Yes The malfunction may be caused by an external factor. 5 Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Locate the cause and correct the situation. Operation Normal HAP (green) 5 5 Malfunctioning 5 4 7 HBP (green) 5 4 7 — — Error code LED indications 3 3 Error generation The error is generated when the data from the EEPROM is not received correctly. EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory): A memory chip that holds its content without power.Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 2.

Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–23 .ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Indoor Units 2. 3 4 5 Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Malfunctioning drain pump Improper drain piping work Drain piping clogging Malfunctioning float switch Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB Malfunctioning short-circuit connector X15 on PCB.3 Malfunctioning Drain Water Level System (A3) A3 The table below shows the LED indications. Operation Normal Malfunctioning HAP (green) 5 5 HBP (green) 5 5 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when the water level reaches its upper limit and when the float switch turns OFF.

3–24 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . 5 Does the drain pump work after restarting operation? Yes No Set to "emergency" and check the voltage of X25A. No Is the float switch connected to X15A? No Connect float switch 220-240 VAC? No Replace indoor unit PCB. Is the drain water level abnormally high? Yes There is a malfunction of the drain system. short-circuit X15A. Yes 3 3 Is a drain pump connected to the indoor unit PCB? No Connect the drain pump. Yes Replace the drain pump. Yes Remove the float switch from X15A. Does "A3" appear on the remote controller display? No Replace float switch. Yes Yes Yes Check the continuity of the short-circuit connector. 4 Yes Yes Replace the indoor unit PCB. proceed as follows: Begin Is the unit a cassette or built-in type? No Is the optional drain raising mechanism connected? No Is the short-circuit connector connected to X15A on the indoor unit PCB? No Connect the Short-circuit connector.Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Yes Replace indoor unit PCB. and restart operation. Is there continuity? No Replace the Short-circuit connector.

Operation Normal Malfunctioning HAP (green) 5 5 HBP (green) 5 5 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when the fan rotations are not detected while the output voltage to the fan is at its maximum. 3 4 5 Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ ■ Malfunctioning indoor unit fan motor Broken or disconnected wire Malfunctioning contact Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB. Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–25 .4 Indoor Unit Fan Motor Lock (A6) A6 The table below shows the LED indications.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Indoor Units 2.

Yes Check indoor unit fan motor and motor wiring. Are X20A and X26A properly connected? No Connect X20A and X26A correctly. 5 Is there about 12 VDC? No Replace indoor unit PCB.Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Check the voltage between pins 1 and 3 of X26A. 3–26 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . proceed as follows: Check the connections of X20A and X26A. Yes 3 3 4 Unplug X26A and switch the power supply on.

NO Check water drainage system. Check to see if drain-up height and horizontal pipe length exceed specifications.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Indoor Units 2. Check to see if drain-up height and horizontal pipe length exceed specifications. Operation Normal Malfunctioning HAP (green) 5 5 HBP (green) 5 5 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when the float switch changes from ON to OFF while the compressor is OFF. Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–27 . NO Faulty trap in water drainage system Replace indoor unit PCB. proceed as follows: Are float switch and drain pipe normal? YES Is water drainage system normal? ∗In FHY and FAY problems can also occur in the optional drain-up kit. Clogged drain water discharge system Clogged drain pump Faulty float switch Replace indoor unit PCB. 5 Is drain-up kit installed? YES Is drain pump normal? YES Is amount of circulated drain water excessive after pump stops operation? YES Does drain water flow in reverse during non-operation? YES NO NO Check drain pump and drain pipe. YES NO NO Possible failure of float switch. Check to see if drain-up height and horizontal pipe length exceed specifications.5 Malfunctioning Drain System (AF) AF The table below shows the LED indications. Check jumper connector X15A. 3 4 Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ Error in the drain pipe installation Malfunctioning float switch Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB.

The capacity that is set. the capacity will not be contained in the replacement PCB. The PCB’s memory IC does not contain the capacity code.Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 2. 3–28 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Operation Normal Malfunctioning HAP (green) 5 5 HBP (green) 5 5 Error code LED indications 3 3 4 Error generation The error is generated when the following conditions are fulfilled: Condition 1 Description ■ ■ ■ The unit is in operation.6 Malfunctioning Capacity Setting (AJ) AJ The table below shows the LED indications. 2 ■ ■ Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ 5 Capacity setting adapter Malfunctioning capacity setting adapter connection Malfunctioning indoor unit PCB. The unit is in operation. The capacity is set in the PCB’s memory IC. A capacity setting adapter that matches the capacity of the unit is required in the following case: In case the indoor PCB installed at the factory is for some reason changed at the installation site. does not exist for that unit. The capacity setting for the PCB will become the capacity setting of the adapter because the capacity setting adapter has priority. To set the correct capacity for the PCB you have to connect a capacity setting adapter with the correct capacity setting to the PCB. The capacity setting adapter is not connected.

proceed as follows: Check if the capacity setting adapter is plugged into X23A of the indoor PCB. Yes Replace indoor unit PCB. Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–29 .ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Indoor Units Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. 3 4 5 Is AJ displayed on the remote controller? No The malfunction was caused by a missing capacity resistor. 1 Is the capacity setting adapter plugged into X23A of the indoor unit PCB? No Plug a capacitor setting adapter that matches the capacity of the unit into X23A. Yes Switch the power supply off and back on again.

Malfunctioning suction air thermistor system.7 Thermistor Abnormality (C4 or C9) The table below describes the two thermistor abnormalities. 3–30 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Operation Normal Malfunctioning HAP (green) 5 5 HBP (green) 5 5 3 3 Error generation The error is generated when during compressor operation: ■ ■ 4 Causes Thermistor input > 4. The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ ■ 5 Checking thermistors Malfunctioning connector connection Malfunctioning thermistor Malfunctioning PCB Broken or disconnected wire.04 V. Error Description Malfunctioning heat exchanger thermistor system.96 V. Error code C4 C9 LED indications The table below shows the LED indications. or Thermistor output < 0.Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 2. See page 3–72.

Is it normal? Yes Check the contact between thermistor and PCB. Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–31 . 3 No Replace the thermistor. 1 Correct the connection. proceed as follows: Check the connector connection.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Indoor Units Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Is it connected properly? No Yes Check the thermistor resistance. C9: Indoor ambient temperature thermistor (R1T). No Correct contact C4: Indoor liquid pipe thermistor (R2T). 4 5 Is the contact OK? Yes Replace outdoor unit PCB.

) other than malfunction 3–32 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .. Could be outside cause (noise.. proceed as follows: Turn the power supply off once and then back on Is CJ displayed on the remote controller? NO YES Replace remote controller. the system can operate with the system thermistor.Error Codes: Indoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 2.8 Malfunctioning Remote Control Air Thermistor (CJ) CJ The table below shows the LED indications. Even if the remote control thermistor is malfunctioning. Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Operation Normal Malfunctioning HAP (green) 5 5 HBP (green) 5 5 Error code LED indications 3 3 4 5 Error generation The error is generated when the remote control thermistor becomes disconnected or shorted while the unit is running. Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ Malfunctioning thermistor Broken wire.

5–Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve (E9) 3.9–Malfunctioning Discharge Pipe Thermistor System (J3) 3.8–Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System (H9) 3.2–Activation of Safety Device (E0) 3. The error code helps you to find the cause of the problem.7–Malfunctioning HPS (H3) 3.6–Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature (F3) 3.4–Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) (E4) 3. Introduction 3 3 4 5 Overview This chapter contains the following topics: Topic 3.3–Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) (E3) 3.10–Malfunctioning Heat Exchanger Thermistor System (J6) See page 3–34 3–39 3–41 3–43 3–45 3–47 3–48 3–50 3–51 Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–33 . it is important to correctly interpret the error code on the remote control display.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units Part 3 1 3 Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3.1 What Is in This Chapter? In the first stage of the troubleshooting sequence.

Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Malfunctioning safety device input connection Broken or disconnected safety device harness Stop valve is set to “close” Clogging refrigerant piping circuit Air short-circuit Malfunctioning outdoor PCB. Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Is it correctly connected to the outdoor unit PCB? No Connect the lead wire correctly. proceed as follows: Check the safety device's lead wire. Yes Is safety device Q1L or Q2L closed? No Temperature of fan motor coil is abnormally high. Refer to: High temperature of fan motor coil Yes Compressor head temperature > 120 °C or Discharge superheat > 55 °C Refer to: High temperature of compressor head 3–34 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Overview outdoor safety devices See page 3–15.2 Activation of Safety Device (E0) E0 The table below shows the LED indications. Operation Normal Malfunction HAP (green) 5 5 H1P (red) 3 4 H2P (red) 3 3 Error code LED indications 3 3 4 5 Error generation The error is generated when a safety device has detected an abnormality.Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 3.

Refer to: fhe fan does not rotate. No 1 Fan standstill. Is the fan turning counterclockwise? Yes Is there air short-cycling in the unit? No 3 3 No Replace fan motor. Yes Check air flow rate. Is the fan rotating? Check the fan rotation when facing the front of the unit. Is the fan motor an 8-pole motor? Faulty motor windings No fan motor speed < 850 rpm? No Yes Replace motor fan motor speed < 650 rpm? No Faulty motor windings Replace motor Yes Check the capacitor of the fan motor. Yes The fan is turning clockwise. Yes Possible external cause. proceed as follows: The temperature of the fan motor coil is abnormally high. Yes Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–35 .ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units High temperature of fan motor coil To troubleshoot. Is there enough operating space? 4 No Provide enough operating space. Refer to technical specifications page 1-4. 5 Is air flow ok? No Check fan motor speed. Refer to: the fan is turning clockwise. Yes Check minimum operating space around the unit.

Try to rotate the fan with your hand. Reconnect connector. Yes 1 2 Check motor windings. Is the unit a R(Y)P71B? No The unit is a R(Y)P100-125B 3 3 4 Yes Disconnect connector X14 on outdoor unit PCB. Disconnect connectors X14A and X15A on outdoor unit PCB. Reconnect connector. Reconnect connector. 5 Can you rotate the fan smoothly? 1 No 2 Yes Check capacitor Remove obstacles so the fan rotates correctly or replace the fan. Is the capacitor in good condition? No 1 2 Replace the capacitor.Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 The fan does not rotate To troubleshoot. Check outdoor unit type. 3–36 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . proceed as follows: The fan does not rotate.

Yes Is the current higher than the setting of the overcurrent relay? No Replace overcurrent device. Yes Replace compressor. 1 Check condensator connection. Refer to: fan motor condensator connection. lack of phase. etc. proceed as follows: The fan is turning clockwise. 3 3 4 5 Excessive compressor current To troubleshoot. Is the connection correct? Yes Replace fan motor. No Correct the connection. proceed as follows: The compressor current is excessive.) No Provide suitable power supply.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units The fan is turning clockwise To troubleshoot. Check power supply Is there a suitable power supply? (Voltage. Refer to: fan motor condensator connection. Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–37 .

Yes 5 Replace clogged part. Is it clogged? No Check the refrigerant level. Are they open? No Open the stop valve(s).Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 High temperature of compressor head To troubleshoot. proceed as follows: Compressor head temperature > 120 °C or Discharge superheat > 55 °C Check the stop valves. Yes Replace compressor. 3 3 4 Yes Check the refrigerant piping circuit. Is it malfunctioning? No Check expansion valve and discharge pipe thermistor. 3–38 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Is the refrigerant filled to the proper level? No Fill to specified level Yes Check the compressor.

Applicable units R(Y)P71/100/125B R(Y)P200/250 Abnormal > 33 bar > 32.3 Abnormal High Pressure (Detected by the HPS) (E3) E3 The table below shows the LED indications.5 bar Reset < 25. 3 3 4 5 Causes The possible causes are: ■ Abnormal high pressure caused by too much refrigerant or by non-condensable gas (air or nitrogen) Inaccuracy of the high-pressure switch Broken or disconnected high-pressure switch harness Malfunctioning high-pressure switch connector connection Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB Malfunctioning refrigerant piping circuit.5 bar < 25 bar Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–39 . ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ HPS settings The table below contains the preset HPS values.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3. Operation Normal Malfunction HAP (green) 5 5 H1P (red) 3 4 H2P (red) 3 3 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when the high-pressure switch is activated during compressor operation.

proceed as follows: Check the connections of the high pressure systems. 3 3 4 5 $ $ Turn the power OFF and back ON after 2 or 3 minutes. HP = high pressure set value 1 = max. Does the HPS have continuity? No Replace HPS without continuity. Yes Tc(HP) > Ta indoor + 35°C set value 1 > HP > set value 2 No Replace outdoor unit PCB. Yes Is the unit in cooling mode? No Check high pressure during operation. Ta outdoor = outdoor air temp. Check high pressure during operation. Yes Faulty refrigerant piping circuit. Is HPS correctly connected to the outdoor unit PCB? Yes No Connect correctly. pressure Refer to high pressure settings Some models are not equipped with a HPS. Tc(HP) = heat exchanger temp.Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. pressure set value 2 = min. Check the continuity of the HPS for control and safety. Tc(HP) > Ta outdoor + 30°C set value 1 > HP > set value 2 No Replace outdoor unit PCB. Yes Faulty refrigerant piping circuit. Ta indoor = indoor air temp. 3–40 Part 3 – Troubleshooting .

4 Abnormal Low Pressure (Detected by the LPS) (E4) E4 The table below shows the LED indications.3 bar Reset > +0. Applicable units R(Y)P71/100/125/200/250B Abnormal < -0.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3. LPS settings The table below contains the preset LPS values. 3 3 4 5 Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Malfunctioning refrigerant piping circuit Malfunctioning low-pressure switch Disconnected or broken low-pressure switch harness Malfunctioning low-pressure switch connector connection Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB. Operation Normal Malfunction HAP (green) 5 5 H1P (red) 3 4 H2P (red) 3 3 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when the low-pressure switch is activated during compressor operation.5 bar Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–41 .

Does this LPS have continuity? No Replace LPS without continuity. Yes Faulty refrigerant piping circuit. Ta indoor = indoor air temp.Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. Yes Faulty refrigerant piping circuit. 3 minutes after start: Tc(LP) < Ta indoor . Is the LPS correctly connected to the outdoor unit PCB? Yes No Connect correctly. LP = low pressure set value 1 = max. Ta outdoor = outdoor air temp. proceed as follows: Check the connections of the low pressure system.15°C set value 1 > LP > set value 2 No Replace outdoor unit PCB. 3 3 4 5 $ $ Turn the power OFF and back ON after 2 or 3 minutes. Check the continuity of the LPS for control and safety. Tc(LP) = heat exchanger temp. Yes Is the unit in cooling mode? No Check low pressure during operation Yes Check low pressure during operation 3 minutes after start: Tc(LP) < Ta outdoor .25°C set value 1 > LP > set value 2 No Replace outdoor unit PCB. pressure Refer to low pressure settings 3–42 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . pressure set value 2 = min.

). Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–43 ... — Grey Black Yellow Red Orange Grey — 40-50 40-50 40-50 40-50 Black 40-50 — 80-100 80-100 80-100 Yellow 40-50 80-100 — 80-100 80-100 Red 40-50 80-100 80-100 — 80-100 4 5 Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Malfunctioning electronic expansion valve Broken or disconnected electronic expansion valve harness Malfunctioning electronic expansion valve connector connection Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB Outside cause (electric noise.5 Malfunctioning Electronic Expansion Valve (E9) E9 The table below shows the LED indications. 3 3 Orange 40-50 80-100 80-100 80-100 — Resistance values The table below contains the reference resistance values. Operation Normal Malfunction HAP (green) 5 5 H1P (red) 3 3 H2P (red) 3 3 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when the following coil current condition is not met: Open circuit < coil current < short circuit.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3.

Faulty electronic expansion valve.). Yes 3 3 4 5 Outside cause (electric noise. proceed as follows: Turn the power supply OFF and back ON. Yes Replace outdoor unit PCB. 3–44 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . 40ø < resistance < 50ø? No Faulty electronic expansion valve. Yes Did you measure the resistance over a grey wire? No 80ø < resistance < 100ø? No Yes Yes Replace outdoor unit PCB.Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. etc. Is the electronic expansion valve connected to the outdoor unit PCB? No Connect correctly. Normal reset? No Check resistance of electronic expansion valve coil.

Operation Normal Malfunction HAP (green) 5 5 H1P (red) 3 3 H2P (red) 3 3 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when: ■ ■ ■ Discharge pipe temperature becomes abnormally high Discharge pipe temperature rises suddenly Discharge pipe thermistor is not in its holder. 3 3 4 5 Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ Improper refrigerant amount Clogging refrigerant piping circuit Discharge temperature that is too low due to too much refrigerant or due to the discharge thermistor being out of its holder Discharge temperature that is too high.The possible causes are: Excessively high discharge temperature Refrigeration shortage caused by insufficient suction gas to compressor incorrect operation of expansion valve $ $ $ electrical fault coil mechanical fault body discharge thermistor inaccuracy ■ caused by caused by Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–45 .ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3.6 Malfunctioning in Discharge Pipe Temperature (F3) F3 The table below shows the LED indications.

refer to the thermistor curve check correct operation of the expansion valve and the flow through non-return valves (RYP71-125B7). Is it correct? No Fill with the proper amount of refrigerant. 3–46 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . See page 3–74. $ $ No $ $ Yes Check if the operating conditions of the in. proceed as follows: Check the amount of refrigerant.and outdoor unit are within the range check the refrigerant piping circuit for clogging check the accuracy of the discharge thermistor.Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. 3 3 4 5 Thermistor curve Has the sensor come off the discharge pipe port? Place the sensor correctly in the discharge pipe port. Yes Check the discharge pipe sensor.

Is the HPS correctly connected to the outdoor unit PCB? Yes $ $ Turn the power off and back on again after 10 minutes. Operation Normal Malfunction HAP (green) 5 5 H1P (red) 3 4 H2P (red) 3 4 1 Error code LED indications Error generation The error is generated when there is no continuity in the high-pressure switch during compressor OFF. Check the continuity of the HPS for control and safety. Troubleshooting To troubleshoot.7 Malfunctioning HPS (H3) H3 The table below shows the LED indications. 3 3 4 5 Causes The possible causes are: ■ ■ ■ ■ Malfunctioning high-pressure switch Broken or disconnected high-pressure switch harness Malfunctioning high-pressure switch connector connection Malfunctioning outdoor unit PCB. Yes Replace outdoor unit PCB Part 3 – Troubleshooting 3–47 . proceed as follows: Check the high pressure switch (HPS). No Connect correctly. Does this HPS have continuity? No Replace HPS without continuity.ESiEN02–01A Error Codes: Outdoor Units 3.

Error Codes: Outdoor Units ESiEN02–01A 1 3.8 Malfunctioning Outdoor Thermistor System (H9) H9 The table below shows the LED indications. Is it normal? No Replace the termistor. Yes Replace the outdoor unit PCB 3–48 Part 3 – Troubleshooting . Refer to: checking the thermistor resistance. Troubleshooting To troubleshoot. proceed as follows: Check the unit type. Operati