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EVAPORATOR BLOWERS

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION

MAC 200-600

GENERAL

The complete assembled indoor units include a well insulated cabinet, copper tube/aluminum n coil, a centrifugal blower, a blower motor, an adjustable V-belt drive, an expansion valve and distributor. These cooling only ducted split system should come with vertical air discharge as standard and can be convertible to horizontal air discharge at site by reposition the air duct ange and the small cover at front side. Installer should pay particular attention to the words: NOTE, CAUTION and WARNING. Notes are intended to clarify or make installation easier. Cautions are given to prevent equipment damage. Warnings are given to alert installer that personal injury and/or equipment damage may result if installation procedure is not handled properly.

INSPECTION

As soon as a unit is received, it should be inspected for possible damage during transit. If damage is evident, the extent of the damage should be noted on the carriers freight bill. A separate request for inspection by the carriers agent should be made in writing.

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED IN STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH THE ENCLOSED INSTALLATION AND ANY APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE AND NATIONAL CODES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO BUILDING, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL CODES.

CAUTION

INCORRECT INSTALLATION MAY CREATE A CONDITION WHERE THE OPERATION OF THE PRODUCT COULD CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.

WARNING

Installer should pay particular attention to the words: NOTE, CAUTION and WARNING. Note are intended to clarify or make the installation easier. Cautions are given to prevent equipment damage. Warnings are given to alert installer that personal injury and/or equipment damage may result if installation procedure is not handled properly.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................................................................1 INSPECTION........................................................................................................................................................................................1 PRODUCT NOMENCLATURE .............................................................................................................................................................2 SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................................................3 PERFORMANCE TABLE ..................................................................................................................................................................4-7 CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR ...................................................................................................................................................8 OPERATING RANGE ...........................................................................................................................................................................8 DRIVE PACKAGE SELECTION EXAMPLE .........................................................................................................................................9 BLOWER PERFORMANCE CURVE ............................................................................................................................................10-13 OUTLINE AND DIMENSION .........................................................................................................................................................14-16 WIRING DIAGRAMS .....................................................................................................................................................................17-18 REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................................19 INSTALLATION AND SERVICE ....................................................................................................................................................19-22 MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................................................22-23 OPERATION..................................................................................................................................................................................24-34 TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................................................................34-35

PRODUCT NOMENCLATURE
SYSTEM IN WHICH THE UNIT OPERATE M = Split Duct System TYPE OF UNIT A = Air Blower / Ductable OPERATION MODE C = Cooling only R-22 CAPACITY 200 = 200,000 BTU 250 = 250,000 BTU 300 = 300,000 BTU 350 = 350,000 BTU 400 = 400,000 BTU 450 = 450,000 BTU 500 = 500,000 BTU 600 = 600,000 BTU

COIL TYPE B = DX COIL 2 CIRCUITS C = DX COIL 3 CIRCUITS D = DX COIL 4 CIRCUITS POWER PHASE 50 = 380/415V-3-50Hz GENERATION INDICATOR S = Saturn Controls Sequencial

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION: MAC200-600/YVC100-150


Models Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit Btu/h kW kcal/h V/Ph/Hz Ph kW A V/Ph/Hz Ph % 200 100 x 2 200,000 58.62 50,400 3 21.89 44.92 250 125 x 2 250,000 73.27 63,000 3 25.13 50.26 300 150 x 2 300,000 87.93 75,600 350 MAC YVC 400 450 500 125 x 4 500,000 146.54 126,000 3 53.23 109.30 600 150 x 4 600,000 175.85 151,200 3 66.91 117.58 125 x 2 + 100 100 x 4 150 x 3 350,000 400,000 450,000 102.58 117.23 131.89 88,200 100,800 113,400 380-415/3/50 3 3 3 3 31.97 35.95 42.94 49.45 56.40 74.50 87.90 86.91 R-22 380-415/3/50 3 3 3 3 100-50-0 100-71-64-36-29-0 100-75-50-25-0 100-67-33-0 Electro Galvanized steel Epoxy Polyester Power Coating PE Zinc coated steel Centrifugal/Belt driven 457x457(18-18) 457x457(18-18) 502x410(20-16) 502x410(20-16) 2SPZ/170/2012/35 2SPZ/224/2012/35 2SPA/236/2517/35 2SPA/236/2517/35 2SPZ/95/1610/28 2SPZ/125/1610/38 2SPA/106/1610/38 2SPA/112/1610/38 9,000 10,500 12,000 13,500 200 200 200 200 Squirrel cage induction 8.06 11.10 11.10 14.40 4,000 5,500 5,500 7,500 4,728 6,418 6,418 8,591 4 4 4 4 658 848 362 362 SPZ1687 SPZ2240 SPA1207 SPA1207 626 817 314 314 SPZ1687 SPZ2187 SPA1120 SPA1120 Inner Groove Copper Tube 9.5 Aluminum 0.105 2 3 4 3 5 4 4 4 12 12 14 14 17.76 24.65 27.88 27.88 2.58 2.17 2.19 2.46 1,280 1,485 1,536 1,536 1,866 2,122 2,274 2,274 1,130 1,130 1,448 1,448 1445x2016x1355 1650x2277x1355 1715x2404x1630 1715x2404x1630 Thermostat expansion valve 378 438 556 570 71.0 68.0 68.5 74.0 Not available 53353225.4 61766125.4 66866125.4 66866125.4 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 1-5/8 1-3/8 1-3/8 1-5/8 1-3/8 Vertical Vertical/Horizontal 380-415/3/50 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 Scroll 175 x 2 125 x 2 + 125 125 x 4 175 x 3 24.17 x 2 22.1 x 2 + 19.2 19.2 x 4 24.17 x 3 13620 x 2 10200 x 2 + 9130 9130 x 4 13620 x 3 Rubber Internal Over Load Protector + Phase protector 1 1 1 1 Propeller / Direct Drive 920 930 / 920 930 920 Aluminium 710 660 610 710 3x2 2.8 x 2 + 1.5 1.5 x 4 3x3 950 x 2 750 x 2 + 450 450 x 4 950 x 3 1250 x 2 1000 x 2 + 710 710 x 4 1250 x 3 Inner Groove Copper Tube 9.5 Aluminium 2 2 2 2 14 14 14 14 27 18.95 18.95 27 Electro Galvanized Steel Epoxy Polyester Powder Paint 1,098 944 944 1,098 1,065 900 900 1,065 1,107 972 972 1,107 220 166 / 158 158 220 1 1 1 1 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 1-5/8 1-3/8 1-3/8 1-5/8 Brazed

Nominal Capacities Power Supply Power Consumption Running Current Refrigerant Type Power Supply

Cooling

Capacity step Meterial Finishing Insulation Blower material Type/Drive Blower size (Diameter x Length) Blower pulley and bush Motor pulley and bush Air ow ESP Motor type Rated Running Current Rated Output Rated Input Motor poles Motor-blower center Vertical air discharge V-belt size Motor-blower center Horizontal air discharge V-belt size Material Diameter Material Thickness Circuit Row Fin per inch Face Area Face velocity Height Width Dimension Depth wooden casing Control Gross weight Noise level Air Filter Air Filter size LHD Liquid Pipe Size Suction Drain Factory setting Air Discharge Arrangement Field setting Tube Fin Power Supply Qty Compressor Type Capacitor Max. Starting Current Nominal Current Input Power Vibration Isolator Protection Device Qty / unit Fan Type / Drive Fan Speed Blade Material Diameter Rated Running Current Rated Output Rated Input Material Diameter Material Row Fin per inch Surface Area Material Casing Finishing Height Dimension Width Depth Gross weight No. of circuit Liquid Pipe Size Suction Connection Type Tube Fin

3 100-50-0

3 100-50-0

3 100-75-50-25-0

3 100-75-50-25-0

Casing

mm (inch) mm mm CFM Pa A W W mm mm

381x381(15-15) 2SPZ/132/1610/25 2SPZ/80/1210/28 6,400 150 6.52 3,000 3,628 4 312 SPZ987 296 SPZ950

457x457(18-18) 2SPZ/170/2012/35 2SPZ/90/1610/28 8,000 200 8.06 4,000 4,728 4 658 SPZ1687 626 SPZ1687

502x410(20-16) 2SPA/280/2517/35 2SPA/150/2012/42 15,000 250 20.90 11,000 12,429 4 331 SPA1250 291 SPA1250

562x490(22-19) 3SPA/280/2517/40 3SPA/132/2012/42 18,000 300 20.90 11,000 12,429 4 345 SPA1357 -

Indoor Unit

Belt

Fan

mm mm

Coil

ft2 m/s mm mm mm mm kg dBA mm inch inch inch

2 4 12 12.06 2.69 883 1,894 936 1025x2050x1080 244 68.5 54273825.4 5/8 1-3/8

2 4 14 16.04 2.54 1,280 1,866 1,130 1445x2016x1355 368 69.0 53353225.4 5/8 1-3/8

4 5 12 27.88 2.73 1,536 2,274 1,448 1715x2404x1630 610 76.5 66866125.4 5/8 1-3/8

4 6 12 36.49 2.51 1,926 2,274 1,873 2115x2450x2030 920 69.0 66857925.4 5/8 1-5/8

V/Ph/Hz Ph

Vertical 3 1 125 x 4 22.1 x 4 10200 x 4 3 1 175 x 4 24.17 x 4 13620 x 4

3 1 125 x 2 19.2 x 2 9130 x 2

3 1 125 x 2 22.1 x 2 10200 x 2

F A A W

Compressor

1 rpm mm A W W mm 2 14 18.95 930 610 1.5 x 2 450 x 2 710 x 2

1 920 660 2.8 x 2 750 x 2 1000 x 2

1 920 660 2.8 x 4 750 x 4 1000 x 4

1 920 710 3x4 950 x 4 1250 x 4

Outdoor Unit

Coil

Fan

ft2

2 14 18.95

2 14 18.95

2 14 27

mm mm mm kg inch inch

Piping

944 900 972 158 1 5/8 1-3/8

944 900 972 166 1 5/8 1-3/8

944 900 972 166 1 5/8 1-3/8

1,098 1,065 1,107 220 1 5/8 1-5/8

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PERFORMANCE TABLE
Air On Cooling Coil
M3/S

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27 Power Input, KW
18.1 17.8 17.8 17.8 18.0 17.6 17.4 17.4 17.8 17.2 17.1 17.1 20.9 20.5 20.5 20.5 20.7 20.3 20.1 20.1 20.5 19.9 19.7 19.7 26.2 25.7 25.7 25.7 25.9 25.4 25.2 25.2 25.7 24.9 24.6 24.6 29.0 28.4 28.4 28.4 28.7 28.1 27.8 27.8 28.4 27.5 27.2 27.2

Temperature of Air on Condenser 35 Sensible Capacity, KW Total Power Entering Dry Bulb, C Cap., Input, 31 28 25 22 KW KW MAC200/2*YVC100
61.1 58.6 58.3 57.7 59.9 56.0 55.7 55.7 58.1 53.6 52.0 52.0 76.3 73.2 72.8 72.2 74.9 70.1 69.7 69.1 72.6 67.0 65.0 65.0 91.6 87.9 87.4 86.8 89.9 84.1 83.6 83.6 87.2 82.1 80.5 79.2 107.0 102.6 102.3 102.1 104.9 98.7 98.0 97.6 101.7 96.2 93.4 91.9 20.0 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.8 19.2 19.2 19.2 19.6 18.9 18.7 18.7 23.0 22.6 22.6 22.6 22.8 22.2 22.1 21.9 22.6 21.8 21.6 21.6 45 54 54 54 41 51 52 52 39 47 53 53 51 62 62 62 54 68 70 70 50 59 66 66 35 45 52 52 32 41 49 49 32 39 48 51 40 51 59 59 43 54 65 65 40 50 62 63 53 67 79 79 49 62 74 74 48 59 73 75 60 76 88 88 56 72 86 86 55 68 83 87 23 35 45 47 23 32 41 47 23 32 38 47 27 40 51 54 30 43 54 62 29 40 48 59 37 53 67 72 34 49 62 70 34 48 57 71 41 60 76 81 40 56 72 81 39 55 66 81 23 35 45 24 32 43 24 32 39 27 40 51 31 43 57 30 40 50 37 53 67 37 49 64 37 48 59 41 60 76 42 56 74 42 55 68

46 Total Cap., KW
55.6 53.6 53.6 53.6 54.2 51.1 51.2 51.1 52.7 48.7 47.7 47.7 69.5 67.0 57.0 67.0 67.8 63.9 64.0 63.9 65.9 60.9 59.7 59.7 83.4 80.4 80.4 80.4 81.3 76.7 76.9 76.7 79.1 73.0 71.6 71.6 97.3 93.9 93.9 93.9 94.9 89.4 89.8 89.4 92.3 85.3 83.6 83.6

Total Cap., WBC KW


23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 65.1 61.5 61.7 61.7 63.8 57.7 58.7 58.7 61.9 57.1 54.6 54.6 81.4 76.9 77.2 77.2 79.7 72.2 73.4 73.4 77.3 71.4 68.4 68.4 97.8 92.3 92.5 92.5 95.7 86.7 88.1 88.1 92.8 85.6 82.0 82.0 114.1 107.8 108.1 108.1 111.7 101.3 102.8 102.8 108.3 100.0 95.7 95.7

Sensible Capacity, KW Entering Dry Bulb, C 31 28 25 22


46 55 56 56 43 52 55 55 41 48 56 56 52 64 65 65 57 70 74 74 52 62 70 70 70 85 87 87 64 79 82 82 62 73 85 85 79 96 99 99 74 92 96 96 70 83 98 98 35 46 54 53 33 43 51 52 33 41 51 52 40 52 62 60 45 57 68 70 42 52 63 65 53 70 82 80 51 64 77 79 50 62 75 78 60 79 94 90 59 74 89 92 58 70 87 89 25 36 46 49 24 33 44 49 24 33 41 48 29 41 52 57 31 45 58 65 30 42 52 62 38 55 70 77 37 51 65 74 37 50 62 73 43 62 79 86 42 59 76 86 42 58 70 83 25 36 46 25 33 44 26 33 41 29 41 52 34 45 58 33 42 52 38 55 70 38 51 65 39 50 62 43 62 79 45 59 76 45 58 70

Power Input KW
22.7 22.3 22.3 22.3 22.5 22.0 21.8 21.8 22.1 21.4 21.2 21.2 26.2 25.7 25.7 25.7 25.9 25.3 25.1 25.1 25.5 24.7 24.5 24.5 32.8 32.2 32.2 32.2 32.5 31.7 31.4 31.4 32.0 30.9 30.7 30.7 36.2 35.6 35.6 35.6 35.9 35.1 34.8 34.8 35.4 34.2 33.9 33.9

Sensible Capacity, KW Entering Dry Bulb, C 31 28 25 22


43 49 49 49 39 48 48 48 38 46 48 48 50 57 57 57 53 64 64 64 48 57 62 62 65 77 77 77 59 72 72 72 57 69 73 73 74 86 86 86 69 83 83 83 66 79 83 83 32 43 47 47 31 39 45 45 30 38 46 46 36 50 54 54 41 53 60 60 39 48 57 57 49 65 72 72 47 59 67 67 46 57 69 69 55 74 81 81 54 69 79 79 53 66 79 79 22 32 41 43 21 31 39 43 22 30 38 39 25 36 48 50 28 41 53 57 27 39 48 50 34 49 64 65 32 47 59 64 32 46 57 59 39 55 72 74 36 54 69 74 36 53 66 68 22 33 40 21 31 37 22 30 38 25 39 46 28 41 48 27 39 48 34 51 62 32 47 55 32 46 57 39 58 69 36 54 65 36 53 66

3.00

2.70

2.40

MAC250/2*YVC125

3.80

3.40

3.00

4.20

3.80

3.40

MAC300/2*YVC150 28.8 67 28.3 82 28.3 82 28.3 82 28.6 62 27.8 77 27.8 79 27.8 79 28.3 59 27.3 71 27.0 80 27.0 80 31.9 31.3 31.3 31.3 31.6 30.7 30.7 30.7 31.3 30.1 29.9 29.9 76 94 94 94 72 89 92 92 68 81 92 92

MAC350/2*YVC125+YVC100

5.00

4.50

4.00

NOTE: These capacities are gross ratings. For net capacity, determine the KW requirement of the supply air blower motor per the published BLOWER PERFORMANCE data. Convert KW to MBH per the following equation and deduct this equivalent heat from the gross cooling rating. Blower Motor KW 3.415 MBH = Blower Motor Heat (M B H) KW

The KW input ratings listed above include the compressor and condenser fan motor (s).

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Air On Cooling Coil 27 Power Input, KW
35.6 34.8 34.8 34.8 35.2 34.5 34.1 34.1 34.8 33.8 33.4 33.4 39.6 38.8 38.8 38.8 39.2 38.4 38.0 38.0 38.8 37.6 37.3 37.3 40.9 40.1 40.1 40.1 40.5 39.7 39.3 39.3 40.1 38.9 38.5 38.5 52.9 51.8 51.8 51.8 52.3 51.3 50.8 50.8 51.8 50.2 49.7 49.7

Temperature of Air on Condenser 35 Sensible Capacity, KW Total Power Entering Dry Bulb, C Cap., Input, 31 28 25 22 KW KW MAC400/4*YVC100
122.2 117.2 116.8 116.4 121.3 113.4 112.8 112.5 121.2 111.8 108.3 108.3 137.5 131.8 131.3 130.5 137.4 128.5 127.8 126.9 136.1 125.5 121.7 121.7 152.9 146.6 145.7 145.4 150.0 140.3 139.5 139.5 149.8 138.3 134.1 134.1 183.5 175.8 175.3 174.6 182.5 170.7 169.7 169.7 181.4 167.4 162.3 162.3 39.1 38.4 38.4 38.4 38.8 37.7 37.7 37.7 38.4 37.0 36.6 36.6 43.6 42.8 42.8 42.8 43.2 42.1 42.0 42.0 42.8 41.2 40.8 36.6 86 106 106 106 81 101 104 104 77 92 103 103 95 116 116 116 89 111 113 113 86 103 117 117 68 86 100 100 64 81 99 99 62 77 95 98 74 95 110 110 71 89 107 107 69 86 106 110 46 68 86 92 45 64 81 93 45 62 75 92 50 74 95 101 49 71 89 101 50 69 83 103 57 83 107 113 56 81 102 117 55 77 92 114 72 107 136 146 71 102 128 146 72 101 120 148 46 68 86 48 64 84 47 62 77 50 74 95 52 71 93 54 69 86 57 83 107 60 81 106 58 77 96 72 107 136 75 102 133 77 101 124

46 Total Cap., KW
111.2 107.3 107.3 107.3 110.6 104.2 104.5 104.2 109.9 101.4 99.6 99.6 125.1 120.7 120.7 120.7 124.4 117.1 117.5 117.1 123.4 113.9 111.9 111.9 139.2 134.2 134.2 134.2 135.7 127.9 128.2 127.9 135.9 125.5 123.1 123.1 166.8 161.0 161.0 161.0 165.1 155.6 156.0 155.6 164.5 152.0 149.1 149.1

M3/S

Total Cap., WBC KW


23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 23 20 17 14 130.4 123.1 123.5 123.5 130.3 118.0 119.8 119.5 129.0 119.0 114.0 114.0 146.7 138.5 138.9 138.9 146.3 132.5 134.6 134.6 144.8 133.6 127.9 127.9 163.1 154.0 154.4 154.4 159.8 144.7 147.0 147.0 159.5 147.1 141.0 141.0 195.5 184.8 185.2 185.2 194.9 176.6 179.4 179.4 193.0 178.1 170.7 170.7

Sensible Capacity, KW Entering Dry Bulb, C 31 28 25 22


90 108 110 110 84 104 109 109 80 95 110 110 97 118 122 122 93 113 119 119 90 106 123 123 110 134 137 137 106 130 138 138 99 118 135 135 141 170 175 175 133 163 173 173 129 153 178 178 68 90 106 102 68 84 101 104 65 80 98 101 74 97 116 113 74 93 111 113 73 90 110 113 83 110 130 127 84 106 127 130 81 99 122 125 107 141 167 162 107 133 159 163 105 129 157 162 48 70 90 98 48 68 87 99 47 65 80 95 54 77 97 107 52 74 95 107 54 73 90 106 60 87 110 120 60 84 109 123 58 81 99 118 77 111 141 154 75 107 137 155 77 105 129 153 48 70 90 50 68 87 50 65 80 54 77 97 55 74 95 56 73 90 60 87 110 63 84 109 62 81 99 77 111 141 79 107 137 82 105 129

Power Input KW
44.4 43.7 43.7 43.7 44.1 43.0 42.7 42.7 43.4 42.0 41.6 41.6 49.5 48.7 48.7 48.7 49.1 48.0 47.6 47.6 48.3 46.8 46.4 46.4 51.2 50.3 50.3 50.3 50.7 49.5 49.1 49.1 49.9 48.3 47.9 47.9 66.1 65.0 65.0 65.0 65.6 64.0 63.4 63.4 64.5 62.4 61.9 61.9

Sensible Capacity, KW Entering Dry Bulb, C 31 28 25 22


84 98 98 98 79 95 95 95 75 90 95 95 93 107 107 107 86 105 105 105 83 100 106 106 103 120 120 120 98 119 119 119 92 110 118 118 133 154 154 154 124 150 150 150 120 143 153 153 62 84 92 92 62 79 90 90 60 75 90 90 68 93 101 101 68 86 99 99 67 83 100 100 77 103 113 113 77 98 113 113 73 92 110 110 98 133 146 146 97 124 141 141 96 120 143 143 44 62 81 84 42 62 79 84 41 60 75 77 47 68 89 93 46 68 86 93 46 67 83 86 53 77 101 103 53 77 98 106 51 73 92 96 69 98 128 133 66 97 124 133 67 96 120 124 44 64 78 42 62 73 41 60 75 47 71 86 46 68 80 46 67 83 53 81 97 53 77 92 51 73 92 69 103 124 66 97 115 67 96 120

5.70

5.20

4.60

450/3*YVC150

6.40

5.80

5.10

7.10

6.40

5.70

MAC500/4*YVC125 45.0 107 83 44.2 130 107 44.2 130 123 44.2 130 123 44.6 102 81 43.4 127 102 43.4 130 123 43.4 130 123 44.2 96 77 42.6 114 96 42.2 128 118 42.2 128 122 MAC600/4*YVC150 58.2 57.1 57.1 57.1 57.6 56.0 56.0 56.0 57.1 55.0 54.5 54.5 136 167 167 167 128 159 163 163 124 148 167 167 107 136 157 157 102 128 155 155 101 124 153 157

8.50

7.70

6.80

NOTE: These capacities are gross ratings. For net capacity, determine the KW requirement of the supply air blower motor per the published BLOWER PERFORMANCE data. Convert KW to MBH per the following equation and deduct this equivalent heat from the gross cooling rating. Blower Motor KW 3.415 MBH = Blower Motor Heat (M B H) KW

The KW input ratings listed above include the compressor and condenser fan motor (s).

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COOLING CAPACITIES AND POWER REQUIREMENTS-ENG


Temperature of Air on Condenser Air On Cooling Coil CFM WB F
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95oF Total Power Cap., Input, MBH KW Sensible Capacity, MBH 86 Entering Dry Bulb, 80 74 118 156 184 179 116 145 174 178 114 140 171 177 135 179 211 207 153 192 231 237 144 176 215 221 181 239 282 275 174 217 260 267 171 210 256 264 204 270 318 310 202 253 303 311 196 242 295 304 85 123 156 170 82 116 150 169 83 114 140 167 98 141 179 196 109 153 198 225 104 144 176 209 130 189 239 260 123 174 224 254 125 171 210 249 147 213 270 294 143 202 261 295 143 196 242 287
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105oF Total Power Cap., Input, MBH KW Sensible Capacity, MBH 86 Entering Dry Bulb, 80 74 118 152 175 175 110 140 169 169 109 136 167 171 135 174 201 201 147 186 225 225 136 169 209 215 181 232 267 267 167 210 254 254 163 202 249 256 204 262 302 302 194 244 295 295 188 233 287 295 81 118 152 161 77 110 140 159 78 109 130 161 92 135 174 185 103 147 186 211 98 136 163 202 123 181 232 246 115 167 210 239 117 163 194 241 139 204 262 278 135 194 244 277 134 188 223 277
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115oF Total Cap., MBH Power Input, KW Sensible Capacity, MBH 86 Entering Dry Bulb, oF 80 74 68 109 146 161 161 106 135 154 154 104 130 156 156 124 168 185 185 141 180 205 205 130 163 196 196 167 224 246 246 159 202 232 232 155 194 233 233 188 254 278 278 186 236 269 269 179 223 268 268 76 109 141 146 72 106 135 145 72 104 130 136 87 124 163 168 97 141 180 192 92 130 163 169 115 167 217 224 109 159 202 217 109 155 194 202 130 188 246 254 126 186 236 253 126 179 223 233 76 114 137 72 106 125 72 104 130 87 130 157 97 141 167 92 130 163 115 174 210 109 159 189 109 155 194 130 196 237 126 186 219 126 179 223

F 68 85 123 156 86 116 150 89 114 140 98 141 179 116 153 198 111 144 176 130 189 239 130 174 224 133 171 210 147 213 270 152 202 261 152 196 242

F 68 81 118 152 82 110 145 83 109 136 92 135 174 109 147 192 104 136 169 123 181 232 123 167 217 125 163 202 139 204 262 143 194 253 143 188 233

72 6400 67 62 57 72 5800 67 62 57 72 5200 67 62 57 72 8000 67 62 57 72 7200 67 62 57 72 6400 67 62 57 72 9000 67 62 57 72 8100 67 62 57 72 7200 67 62 57 72 10500 67 62 57 72 9450 67 62 57 72 8400 67 62 57

222 211 211 211 217 198 200 200 211 194 186 186 278 262 263 263 272 246 250 250 263 244 233 233 334 315 316 316 327 296 300 300 316 292 280 280 389 368 369 369 382 345 351 351 370 341 327 327

18.1 17.8 17.8 17.8 18.0 17.6 17.4 17.4 17.8 17.2 17.1 17.1 20.9 20.5 20.5 20.5 20.7 20.3 20.1 20.1 20.5 19.9 19.7 19.7 26.2 25.7 25.7 25.7 25.9 25.4 25.2 25.2 25.7 24.9 24.6 24.6 98.9 96.9 96.9 96.9 97.9 95.9 95.0 95.0 96.9 94.0 93.0 93.0

156 189 194 194 145 178 188 188 140 167 192 192 179 217 222 222 192 237 250 250 176 209 242 242 239 289 297 297 217 267 282 282 210 249 288 288 270 327 335 335 253 311 328 328 242 287 331 331

MAC200/2*YVC100 208 20.0 152 200 199 197 205 191 190 190 198 183 177 177 261 250 249 246 256 239 238 236 248 228 222 222 313 299 298 296 307 287 286 286 297 280 275 271 365 350 349 349 358 337 335 332 348 329 318 314 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.8 19.2 19.2 19.2 19.6 18.9 18.7 18.7 23.0 22.6 22.6 22.6 22.8 22.2 22.1 21.9 22.6 21.8 21.6 21.6 28.8 28.3 28.3 28.3 28.6 27.8 27.8 27.8 28.3 27.3 27.0 27.0 31.9 31.3 31.3 31.3 31.6 30.7 30.7 30.7 31.3 30.1 29.9 29.9 184 184 184 140 174 178 178 136 161 182 182 174 211 211 211 186 231 237 237 169 202 228 228 232 282 282 282 210 260 267 267 202 241 272 272 262 318 318 318 244 303 311 311 233 277 313 313

190 183 183 183 185 175 175 175 179 166 163 163 237 228 194 228 231 217 219 217 225 208 204 204 284 274 274 274 278 262 263 262 270 249 244 244 332 321 321 321 324 305 307 305 315 291 285 285

22.7 22.3 22.3 22.3 22.5 22.0 21.8 21.8 22.1 21.4 21.2 21.2 26.2 25.7 25.7 25.7 25.9 25.3 25.1 25.1 25.5 24.7 24.5 24.5 32.8 32.2 32.2 32.2 32.5 31.7 31.4 31.4 32.0 30.9 30.7 30.7 36.2 35.6 35.6 35.6 35.9 35.1 34.8 34.8 35.4 34.2 33.9 33.9

146 170 170 170 135 165 165 165 130 156 167 167 168 196 196 196 180 217 217 217 163 196 209 209 224 260 260 260 202 246 246 246 194 233 249 249 254 294 294 294 236 287 287 287 223 268 287 287

MAC250/2*YVC125

MAC300/2*YVC150

MAC350/YVC100+2*YVC125

NOTE: These capacities are gross ratings. For net capacity, determine the KW requirement of the supply air blower motor per the published BLOWER PERFORMANCE data. Convert KW to MBH per the following equation and deduct this equivalent heat from the gross cooling rating. Blower Motor KW 3.415 MBH = Blower Motor Heat (M B H) KW

The KW input ratings listed above include the compressor and condenser fan motor (s).

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COOLING CAPACITIES AND POWER REQUIREMENTS-ENG


Temperature of Air on Condenser Air On Cooling Coil CFM WB F
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95oF Total Power Cap., Input, KW MBH 445 420 421 421 444 403 409 407 441 406 389 389 500 473 473 473 499 453 460 460 494 456 437 437 556 526 528 528 545 494 501 501 545 503 482 482 668 631 632 632 665 602 612 612 659 608 582 582 35.6 34.8 34.8 34.8 35.2 34.5 34.1 34.1 34.8 33.8 33.4 33.4 39.6 38.8 38.8 38.8 39.2 38.4 38.0 38.0 38.8 37.6 37.3 37.3 40.9 40.1 40.1 40.1 40.5 39.7 39.3 39.3 40.1 38.9 38.5 38.5 52.9 51.8 51.8 51.8 52.3 51.3 50.8 50.8 51.8 50.2 49.7 49.7 Sensible Capacity, MBH 86 Entering Dry Bulb, 80 74 231 304 359 350 230 287 345 355 223 273 334 344 253 335 394 385 252 314 377 388 250 307 374 386 284 376 444 433 288 360 432 444 276 338 413 426 365 481 568 554 362 452 543 559 359 440 539 555 165 240 304 332 163 230 297 335 162 223 273 324 183 263 335 364 178 252 325 366 181 250 307 363 205 297 376 410 205 288 372 421 200 276 338 401 263 379 481 524 257 362 468 528 262 359 440 522
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105oF F 68 165 240 304 172 230 297 172 223 273 183 263 335 189 252 325 192 250 307 205 297 376 216 288 372 214 276 338 263 379 481 271 362 468 277 359 440 Total Power Cap., Input, MBH KW 418 399 398 397 414 387 386 383 413 381 370 370 470 450 448 445 469 438 436 433 464 428 415 415 523 500 498 497 511 479 475 475 511 472 457 457 626 600 598 595 623 582 579 579 619 572 554 554 39.1 38.4 38.4 38.4 38.8 37.7 37.7 37.7 38.4 37.0 36.6 36.6 43.6 42.8 42.8 42.8 43.2 42.1 42.0 42.0 42.8 41.2 40.8 36.6 45.0 44.2 44.2 44.2 44.6 43.4 43.4 43.4 44.2 42.6 42.2 42.2 58.2 57.1 57.1 57.1 57.6 56.0 56.0 56.0 57.1 55.0 54.5 54.5 Sensible Capacity, MBH 86 Entering Dry Bulb, 80 74 231 295 341 341 220 278 335 335 212 263 324 334 253 324 375 375 241 304 366 366 239 295 363 374 284 365 421 421 277 349 421 421 263 325 401 413 365 466 540 540 347 438 528 528 343 425 522 539 156 231 295 313 154 220 278 317 151 212 254 314 172 253 324 344 168 241 304 346 170 239 284 352 194 284 365 387 192 277 349 396 187 263 313 389 247 365 466 496 241 347 438 498 245 343 408 507
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115oF F 68 156 231 295 163 220 287 162 212 263 172 253 324 178 241 314 181 239 295 194 284 365 205 277 360 200 263 325 247 365 466 257 347 452 262 343 425 Total Cap., MBH 380 366 366 366 378 356 357 356 375 347 340 340 427 411 411 411 425 399 400 399 421 389 382 382 474 458 458 458 463 437 438 437 464 428 421 421 569 549 549 549 563 531 533 531 562 518 509 509 Power Input, KW 44.4 43.7 43.7 43.7 44.1 43.0 42.7 42.7 43.4 42.0 41.6 41.6 49.5 48.7 48.7 48.7 49.1 48.0 47.6 47.6 48.3 46.8 46.4 46.4 51.2 50.3 50.3 50.3 50.7 49.5 49.1 49.1 49.9 48.3 47.9 47.9 66.1 65.0 65.0 65.0 65.6 64.0 63.4 63.4 64.5 62.4 61.9 61.9 Sensible Capacity, MBH 86 Entering Dry Bulb, F 80 74 68 211 286 313 313 211 269 306 306 202 254 304 304 232 314 344 344 230 293 336 336 226 284 341 341 262 353 387 387 264 336 385 385 251 313 376 376 335 452 496 496 331 423 483 483 327 408 490 490 147 211 277 286 143 211 269 287 142 202 254 263 162 232 304 314 157 230 293 314 158 226 284 295 182 262 341 353 180 264 336 360 175 251 313 325 233 335 437 452 226 331 423 452 228 327 408 425 147 221 267 143 211 249 142 202 254 162 243 293 157 230 273 158 226 284 182 273 330 180 264 313 175 251 313 233 350 423 226 331 392 228 327 408
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MAC400/4*YVC100
72

304 368 378 378 287 355 374 374 273 324 374 374 335 405 415 415 314 388 409 409 307 363 420 420 376 456 467 467 360 444 468 468 338 401 463 463 481 584 598 598 452 559 588 588 440 522 604 604

295 359 359 359 278 345 355 355 263 314 355 355 324 394 394 394 304 377 388 388 295 352 397 397 365 444 444 444 349 432 444 444 325 389 438 438 466 568 568 568 438 543 559 559 425 507 572 572

286 332 332 332 269 326 326 326 254 304 324 324 314 364 364 364 293 357 357 357 284 341 363 363 353 410 410 410 336 408 408 408 313 376 401 401 452 524 524 524 423 512 512 512 408 490 522 522

12000

67 62 57 72 67 62 57 72 67 62 57 72

10800

9600

MAC450/3*YVC150
67 62 57 72 67 62 57 72 67 62 57 72

13500

12100

10800

MAC500/4*YVC125
67 62 57 72 67 62 57 72 67 62 57 72

15000

13500

12000

MAC600/4*YVC150
67 62 57 72 67 62 57 72 67 62 57

18000

16200

14000

NOTE: These capacities are gross ratings. For net capacity, determine the KW requirement of the supply air blower motor per the published BLOWER PERFORMANCE data. Convert KW to MBH per the following equation and deduct this equivalent heat from the gross cooling rating. Blower Motor KW 3.415 MBH = Blower Motor Heat (M B H) KW

The KW input ratings listed above include the compressor and condenser fan motor (s).

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CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR


At the different pipe length from design, the capacity of system will drop according to pipe length.

100
Cooling Capacity Correction Factor (%)

95 90
MAC 200, 400

85 80 75 7 10 15 20 25 30 35

MAC 350 MAC 250, 500 MAC 300, 450, 600

40

Pipe Length (m)

OPERATING RANGE
50 46 40
Outdoor Temp. (C DB)

35 30 19 20 10 0 0 5 10

STD

15

20 19

25 24

30

Indoor Temp. (C WB)

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DRIVE PACKAGE SELECTION EXAMPLE


For MAC 250, given conditions: Supply Air Quantity = 8000 CFM External Static Pressure = 200 Pa Step 1: From blower performance curve nd the velocity pressure (Hd). MAC250; blower 18-18, the velocity pressure at 8000 CFM supply air = 121 Pa Step 2: Estimate coil pressure drop and unit pressure drop = 140Pa Step 3: Find total external static pressure (Ht). Total external static pressure = External Static Pressure + velocity pressure + pressure drop = 200 Pa+121+140 Pa = 461 Pa Step 4: Find fan operating speed and brake KW from blower performance curve of 18-18 a) Fan speed = 721 RPM b) Brake kW = 2.78 KW c) Motor kW = Brake KW Safety factor (1.2) = 2.78 x 1.2 = 3.336 4 KW Step 5: Assuming change motor pulley only. Calculate motor pulley diameter (X) X= [Blower speed (RPM) Blower pulley diameter (mm)] / Motor speed (RPM) Fix blower pulley diameter = 170 mm, Read from Motor and Blower Specications table, a) Motor speed = 1438 RPM b) X = 721170/1438 = 85.3 mm Choose 90 mm (the next pulley size which is bigger than 85.3 mm) Step 6: Calculate V-Belt size; read from Motor and Blower Specications table, V-belt length = 1.57( blower pulley + motor pulley) x 2 (length from center of two pulley) = 1.57(170+90) + 658 x 2 = 1724.2 Select belt length 1737 (standard at vendor) and center point length can be adjusted. Summary: Motor = 4 KW Pulley = 90 * 2SPZ V-belt size = 1737 mm

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BLOWER PERFORMANCE CURVE 15-15 Applicable area Gas Density 1.2 kg/m3

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18-18 Applicable area Gas Density 1.2 kg/m3

m3

INN

ER

POW Nin ER (K o W

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20-16 Applicable area Gas Density 1.2 kg/m3

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22-19 Applicable area Gas Density 1.2 kg/m3

m3

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OUTLINE AND DIMENSION MAC 200

MAC 250-300

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MAC 350

MAC 400-500

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MAC 600

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WIRING DIAGRAM MAC 200/250/300

MAC 350/450

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MAC 400/500/600

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REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


The gure below show 2 refrigerant circuits, for 3-4 refrigerant circuits are similar.

Blower

Motor
ID Coil Temp. 1 TXV BULB

ID Coil Temp. 2 TXV BULB Return Air Temp.

T XV

TXV

Indoor Outdoor Condenser Condenser

CHRV

SP.L

SP.L

CHRV

CHRV

SP.L

SP.L

CHRV

Compressor

Compressor

INSTALLATION AND SERVICE Installation Procedure


Lift the outdoor unit (s) into position. Fix the refrigerant pipe between indoor and outdoor units. Fix the TXV bulb and insulate it. Fix the indoor unit condensation drainage pipe Test the refrigerant pipe on pressure and check leakage. Insulate refrigerant pipe. Draw a vacuum on the refrigerant system. Open all valves between the indoor and outdoor units. And add refrigerant oil and refrigerant. Install the unit electrical system. Check the electrical wiring.

Moving and Lifting

Be very carefully while moving the units. Do not unpack until the units approach the installation location. The outdoor unit has four holes on its frame for lifting. Hook nylon ropes to the holes to lift the unit. The inclination angle should not exceed 150. Never lift other parts of the unit instead of its frame. The indoor unit has four installation brackets. Not hook ropes to the holes to lift the unit. Youd better use other plate to support the unit for hoisting, or use nylon ropes to across the unit body for hoisting.

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Installation Indoor and Outdoor Unit Indoor Units Installation


The distance between the side and the sidewall cannot be less than 1 meter. In horizontal installation, ceiling hooks should be prepared for lifting the unit; in vertical installation, x the unit on the oor with bolts. Apply rubber cushions between the frame and its support to reduce vibration. The unit should be installed level, and the drain pan should be kept clean. The indoor unit causes noise while operating, so it should be installed in a place where noise does not bother people very much, in a room close to stairway, elevator or toilet, for example. A good way to abate noise is to build a wall to isolate the machine from air-conditioned rooms, and close all doors and windows of the unit room. Therefore, the unit room should apply a return air system. To x the return air piping, angle pipes should be prepared on site. Besides, you ought to prevent noise from entering air-conditioned rooms through the return air entrance.

Outdoor Units Installation


The units can be installed on a proper ground or roof. The unit should be installed level with enough air volume. In order to let airow enter the condensation coil freely and without hot return air, you should have sufcient space reserved when install the outdoor unit, as below table and gure shows. Otherwise, airow to the coil will get restrained, or discharge air will return. Consequently there will be a capacity loss, power consumption will increase, and malfunction may occur. Tall buildings around the unit may create downdraft affecting air discharge. Outdoor fan is an axial ow fan, which does not t an air pipe. Avoid installing the outdoor unit right below a window or between constructions, otherwise, noise caused by unit operation will go indoors. If the unit can be easily approached by persons without permission, measures should be taken to protect it, for example, setting up a fence. This will prevent the unit from sabotage or accidental damage, and protect the control box from being opened and electrical components being exposed. Always leave enough space between several outdoor units to benet their normal operation and your maintenance. Adjust the n heat exchanger of the outdoor unit away from direct sunshine. Do not install the unit in places full of dead leaves, insects or contaminations in case the heat exchanger is clogged up. Ensure that the unit is set up level; the fan and compressor can operate normally. Never install the unit in places easy to catch re and explode; be sure that no poisonous and dangerous substance, such as oil steam or sulfur, exists in surrounding atmosphere; keep the unit away from boiler ue or any environment that can cause n coil and other copper components to corrode. If install the unit in places easy to be contaminated, you have to do more maintenance work. The unit can be xed on any at surface that can hold 400 kg/m2 pressure, no special pedestal needed. Whether on roof or ground, rubber cushions should be applied between the unit frame and its support to reduce vibration.

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Installation clearance for YVC

A - Space for air ow B - Space for service C - Space for air discharge Model A (mm) B (mm) C (mm) YVC 100/125/150 500 400 1,200 2xYVC 100/125/150 600 1000 1,500 3xYVC 100/125/150 600 1000 2,000 4xYVC 100/125/150 600 1000 2,000

Maximum pipe length and maximum number of bends


When the pipe is too long, the required refrigerant quantity increases. Both the capacity and reliability drops as a result. As the number of bends increases, system-piping resistance to the refrigerant ow increases, thus lowering the cooling capacity and the compressor may become defective. If the height difference between the evaporator and the condenser is excessive, the cooling capacity drops, the lubricating oil return is retarded, affecting the compressor efciency adversely. Model YVC100 YVC125 YVC150 Max. Elevation m (ft.) 20 (65.6) 20 (65.6) 20 (65.6) Max. Total Length m (ft.) 35 (115) 35 (115) 35 (115) 8 8 8 Max. of Bends

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MAX. ELEVATION HEIGHT

MAX. ELEVATION HEIGHT

INDOOR UNIT MAXIMUM PIPING

INDOOR UNIT MAXIMUM PIPING

20m

20m

INDOOR UNIT

Maximum Allowable Piping Length & Elevation Difference

Adding Lubricant Oil and Refrigerant


If the connection pipe is longer than 10 meters, the extra lling amount will be calculated according to the table below based on the pipes extra length. Extra suction pipe length (inch) 1-1/8 1-3/8 g/m 13 19.5 Extra liquid pipe length (inch) 5/8 g/m 168

Lubricant oil lling amount in each refrigeration circuit is based on the following table. YVC 100/125 Vertical pipe for every 10 meters Horizontal pipe for every 10 meters 200 ml 100 ml YVC 150 150 ml 80 ml

MAINTENANCE
Air Filter According to specic environment conditions, the air lter is often xed at a return air entrance, to effectively screen soot, dust, dirt, farina and other matters. The air lter is usually made of nylon or leno ber, and can be washed with water. When cleaning it, lay it on a solid place and knock it lightly to remove dusts from its surface. If necessary, wash it with neutral detergent in warm water, and dry it before x it back. The air lter can be xed and removed conveniently, for it can be taken out from all sides of a unit. Belt The indoor unit is driven by belt(s). After the unit works for some time, adjust the belt tension. Heat exchanger Use a vacuum cleaner and a nylon brush to clean up the heat exchanger. If there is a compressed air source available, blow off the dust from the exchanger surface with compressed air. You should note that with a proper air ltering net and sufcient maintenance, there is no need to wash the indoor exchangers surface. However, the outside heat exchanger should be washed and cleaned regularly.
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Drainage Pipe Before start the units, check if the drainage pipes are clogged, and ensure that the condensate water can smoothly ow out. Components Replacement You can get parts and accessories from the nearest YORK representative ofce or an authorized YORK dealer. The following items should be noted when you want some new components. 1) Unit model; 2) Unit series number; 3) Accessory name and required amount. Fan Installation and Adjustment The fan rotating rate is subject to the air volume required by the units, the unit components and the resistance in return air pipe. Based on the demanded air volume and the total static pressure, according to the performance curve, you can make out the fan-rotating rate. With the rotating rates of fans and motors, you will know to use what kind of belt pulleys. The fan-rotating rate can be adjusted by changing belts or pulleys. This will change the indoor units air volume and residual pressure. To replace belts and pulleys on site, please see the following picture and nd their correct positions.

Use ruler on site


A B C D

Four key ways

Belt Adjustment If the belt is not tight enough, the friction between belt and pulleys may become weak and can hardly drive the fan to rotate. As a result, the air volume and residual pressure will become insufcient, and unit performance will be affected seriously. However, if the belt is too tight, the fan or the motor bearings will be worn out more quickly, and the fan or the motor will have lower performance and shorter operating life. Too loose or too tight belts are harmful to the units and will make the noise louder. Readjust the belt tension after a week of trial operation. And then, check the belt every 1 or 2 months to ensure that the tension is suitable. Otherwise, make some adjustment or replace the belt. When use a new belt, in the rst 24 hours of operation, check its tension at least twice. Safety The installation and maintenance of the air conditioning system should be performed by well-trained professionals. Regular maintenance, such as coil and air lter cleaning, is necessary for a normal operation of the units.

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OPERATION 1. Cooling System Description


MAC, a cooling only ducted split system has 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600 MBTU series. Series 200, 250, 300 are dual refrigerant circuits system comprise of one indoor unit and two outdoor units. Series 350, 450 are three refrigerant circuits system comprise of one indoor unit and 3 outdoor units. Series 400, 500, 600 are four refrigerant circuits system comprise of one indoor unit and 4 outdoor units. Second phase of YIT design is merely for indoor unit only. Outdoor unit is the different combination of existing YCV100, YCV125 and YCV150. The current development is for cooling only model. The outdoor unit for each model consists of one compressor and one axial fan.

Indoor and outdoor unit matching as follow: Indoor unit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 MAC200B2 MAC250B2 MAC300B2 MAC350B3 MAC400B4 MAC450B3 MAC500B4 MAC600B4 Outdoor unit YCV100 YCV125 YCV150 YCV100 YCV125 YCV100 YCV150 YCV125 YCV150 No of outdoor unit 2 2 2 1 2 4 3 4 4 Remarks 2 cooling circuits 2 cooling circuits 2 cooling circuits 3 cooling circuits 4 cooling circuits 3 cooling circuits 4 cooling circuits 4 cooling circuits

2. System Operation
Cooling model ducted units required Cool and Fan mode operation only. System enters into standby mode upon power on. During standby mode, the operation mode can be changed via Mode button and it will be indicated accordingly. Cool model: CoolFan Default setting: Cool mode, high fan, 24C

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3. Analogue Input
No 1 Analogue input AI1: Return air temperature Measuring range and description -40~80C Consider as fault if exceeding the range -40~80C Consider as fault if exceeding the range -40~80C Consider as fault if exceeding the range -40~80C Consider as fault if exceeding the range -40~80C Consider as fault if exceeding the range Fault Management Use for capacity regulation. Should there be fault occurred, treat it as default 26 and system operates with fault tolerance. Indicates the fault in Fan mode but no effect on the operation. Use for indoor coil anti freeze. Checking is done in cool mode [bypassed for the rst 3 minutes upon compressor cut in]. Should there be fault occurred, the compressor will stop for 10 minutes after running 30 minutes continuously. Indicates the fault in Fan mode but no effect on the operation. Same as above.

AI2: Indoor coil 1

AI2: Indoor coil 2

AI2: Indoor coil 3

Same as above. Can be bypassed by DIP switch setting.

AI2: Indoor coil 4

Same as above. Can be bypassed by DIP switch setting.

Remarks: The on board DIP switch is used to select the number of outdoor unit.

4. Digital Input
No DI01 Description Indoor fan, power failure, external interlock failure protection Compressor 1 fault, high pressure 1 fault, low pressure 1 fault, outdoor fan 1 fault Compressor 2 fault, high pressure 2 fault, low pressure 2 fault, outdoor fan 2 fault Compressor 3 fault, high pressure 3 fault, low pressure 3 fault, outdoor fan 3 fault Compressor 4 fault, high pressure 4 fault, low pressure 4 fault, outdoor fan 4 fault Type Contact: Close OK Function System protection Remarks 1 sec conrmation time

DI02

Contact: Close OK

For system 1# protection

1 sec conrmation time

DI03

Contact: Close OK

For system 2# protection

1 sec conrmation time

DI04

Contact: Close OK

For system 3# protection

1 sec conrmation time

DI05

Contact: Close OK Contact: Close: Allowed system to operate. Open: Standby

For system 4# protection

1 sec conrmation time

DI06

Remote On/Off

For system On/Off control.

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5. Digital Output
No DO01 DO02 DO03 DO04 DO05 DO06 Description Indoor fan Compressor 1 and outdoor fan 1 Compressor 2 and outdoor fan 2 Compressor 3 and outdoor fan 3 Compressor 4 and outdoor fan 4 Tio2 Type Contact: Close output Contact: Close output Contact: Close output Contact: Close output Contact: Close output Contact: Close output Function Control indoor fan operation Control compressor 1 and outdoor fan 1 operation Control compressor 2 and outdoor fan 2 operation Control compressor 3 and outdoor fan 3 operation Control compressor 4 and outdoor fan 4 operation Control Tio2 operation Can be selected by DIP switch setting Can be selected by DIP switch setting Remarks 400V-3Ph-50Hz

6. Functional 6.1 System on sequence


NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 NO 1 2 3 4 Cool mode on sequence Wallpad on External interlock (remote on/off) contact close Turn on indoor fan, delay 15 sec Check return air temperature, delay 15 sec. Turn on compressor Check for loading requirement On cycle completed Fan mode on sequence Remarks Should the contact is opened, system enter into standby mode. Should there be indoor fan failure, indoor fan cannot be turned on and system enters into standby mode. If loading is not required, continue checking. Use equal loading logic to turn on the compressor with the shortest cumulative run time. If further loading is required, proceed with loading control.

Wallpad on

Remarks Should the contact is opened, system enters into standby mode. Should there be indoor fan failure, indoor fan cannot be turned on and system enters into standby mode.

External interlock (remote on/off) contact close Turn on indoor fan, delay 15 sec On cycle completed

6.2 System off sequence


NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
26

Cool mode on sequence Wallpad off or remote on/off contact open Off compressor 1 Delay 3 sec Off compressor 2 Delay 3 sec Off compressor 3 Delay 3 sec Off compressor 4 Delay 30 sec Off indoor fan Off cycle completed

Remarks If compressor 1 is not running, jump to step 4 If compressor 2 is not running, jump to step 6 If compressor 3 is not running, jump to step 8

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NO 1 2 3

Fan mode off sequence Wallpad off or remote on/off contact open Off indoor fan Off cycle completed

Remarks

6.3 Capacity Regulation


In normal operation (no system fault and antifreeze protection), system operates as follow: 6.3.1 Cool mode operation: Compressor operation is according to fuzzy logic control. Outdoor fan is running in tandem with compressor. Any compressor is running, its correspondence outdoor fan will cut it and vice versa. Temperature set range is 16-30C, default at 24C. Regulation fuzzy control is divided into cut in, loading, status quo, unloading, cut out and emergency stop section. Regulation section Cut in Loading Status quo Unloading Cut out Emergency stop Cool mode TrTs+1.5C TrTs+1C Ts+0.5CTrTs-0.5C Tr Ts-1C Tr Ts-1.5C Tr Ts-2C Description Turn on the rst compressor at no load condition is considered as Cut in. Turn on more than one compressor is considered as Loading No regulation is done. No compressor start/stop operation Off load more than one compressor according to the thermostat control cycle Off load the last compressor according to the thermostat control cycle Off load all active compressors within a short interval

Note: 1) Each thermostat regulation cycle is 90 sec. It will reduce to 6 sec in emergency stop control section. 2) Tr actual return air temperature, Tsset return air temperature 3) Fan mode: Stop compressor and outdoor fan, only indoor fan running. 6.3.2 Indoor fan control Should there be no indoor fan fault, indoor fan will run when system is turned on. Outdoor fan is allowed to cut in 15 sec after indoor fan running. Indoor fan is allowed to stop after all outdoor fans have stopped. Indoor fan continue normal running after compressor is stopped due to unloading control. 6.3.3 Equal loading Compressor that has the shortest cumulative run time will turn on rst during loading control. Compressor that has the longest cumulative run time will turn off rst during unloading control. 6.3.4 Compressor frequent cut in prevention a. Compressor consecutive cut in interval, default 5 min (Programmable 3-8 min) b. Compressor anti short cycle timer, 3 min c. Compressor minimum run time during thermostatic control, 1 min.

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6.4 TiO2 control


Use TiO2 button to control TiO2 on/off. When unit is in standby mode, activation of TiO2 will activate the indoor fan as well.

7. Fault Management

The control system satised the following control requirements: 1.) Indoor fan protection: Check the indoor fan protection input when system is on. Should the contact be opened, indicates the indoor fan fault and unit is not allowed to operate. If the failure occurre when indoor fan is running, indicates error and stop indoor fan and outdoor unit operation. It needs manually restart the unit. 2.) Compressor, outdoor fan, high pressure, low pressure protection: Should the contact be opened for 1 sec when the system is running, indicates error and stop the faulty circuit. The rst high or low pressure failure happened after every system on cycle, is allowed to auto reset provided the pressure contact has returned to healthy position. The subsequent failure will cause the alarm symbol ashing even though the contact has recovered. It can be cleared by pressing reset button. Faulty compressor is allowed to recover after reset. If high or low pressure failure happens 5 times consecutively on the same compressor for every system on cycle, pressing of RESET button is not allowed to recover the faulty circuit. It needs to cut off the power supply and on again to restart. The faulty circuit will not affect the operation of the remaining circuits. 3.) Anti freeze: In cool mode, if indoor coil temperature < 0C (Programmable -10~2C) for 300 sec continuously, stop the faulty circuit and indicates error. Indoor fan continue to operate as normal. When indoor coil temperature } 12 C for 30 sec, it will auto recover and cut in should the loading conditions be met. 4.) Cooling failure protection: In cool mode, if any of the compressor has run more than 30 min continuously and its indoor coil temperature > 24C for 5 min, stop the faulty circuit and indicates error. It needs to cut off the power supply and on again to restart. 5.) Sensor failure protection: If sensor open or short circuit, indicates error and operates with fault tolerance conditions. Indoor coil sensor fault: In cool mode, system will bypass the antifreeze and cooling failure protection of the affected circuit. It will stop for 10 min after running continuously for 30 min. The next cut in will be determined by the capacity regulation fuzzy control logic. If return air sensor failure, it will take the return air as default 26C. Bypass sensor and system fault checking in fan mode.

S Note:

8. Local/Remote On/Off

Use DIP switch to select Remote On/Off control option. All the protections are still valid in this control option. Contact close: System on, contact open: System off. When this DIP switch is set, system will operate according to the wallpad last settings. Wallpad can then be removed or remain connected but no key press response as it is used for system operation status indication only. If remote off, unit will stop and no operation is allowed on wallpad.

9. System PID Drawing (Example: Dual circuit)


18 21

ID Coil Temp. 1

09
ID Coil Temp. 2

10 17 20
Return Air Temp.

15

08

Indoor Outdoor
Condenser
22
CHRV

16 34 05

TX V

TX V

07

Indoor Outdoor

33

04

06

Condenser

09
CHRV CHRV CHRV

SP.H COM

SP.L

SP.H COM

SP.L

01 31

03

02 32

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10. Wallpad
10.1 Wallpad Dimension, Figure 1

120mm

88m

Figure 1
10.2 Button/key Description (Details refer to operation guide) Figure 2

Figure 2
DAY: TIME+/-: CLOCK: CANCEL: TIMER: Set day of week Adjust clock Set clock Cancel timer Set on/off timer MODEL: SET: DISPLAY: SELECT+/-: Set operation mode Set parameter Browse temperature Menu selection RESET: Reset fault TiO2: TiO2 on/off

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10.3 LCD Display Description Figure 3

Figure 3
A. Return air or set temperature display section. This section has no indication if system in standby mode and backlight is off. B. Wallpad key lock symbol. Symbol appears if wallpad keypad is locked and vice versa. C. Compressor status indication. Symbol will light up if its corresponding compressor is running. D. Day display from Monday to Sunday E. On/Off timer setting symbol. During on/off timer setting mode, this symbol and F or G symbol ashing. In none timer setting mode, this symbol will light up should there be any on/off timer being set. F. Off symbol. During off timer setting mode, this symbol and D symbol ashing. In none off timer setting mode, this symbol will light up should be unexecuted off timer for the current day. G. On symbol. During on timer setting mode, this symbol and D symbol ashing. In none on timer setting mode, this symbol will light up should be unexecuted on timer for the current day. H. Clock display. In temperature browsing mode, it shows the temperature being searched. In parameter setting mode, it shows the set parameter. I. It shows the error code if there is system failure. It shows the menu number in temperature browsing or parameter setting mode. J. Error symbol ashes if there is system failure and vice versa. K. Indoor fan status indication. This symbol lights up if indoor fan is running and vice versa. L. TiO2 status indication. This symbol lights up if TiO2 is on and vice versa. M. Symbol lights up in Fan mode and vice versa. N. Symbol lights up in Cool mode and vice versa. O. Symbol ashes in temperature setting mode.

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10.4 Wallpad Operation Guide


10.4.1 On/Off Control Press button to control the system on/off. If the unit is off, press will turn on the system with two beeping sounds. If the unit is on, press to turn off the unit with one beeping sound. 10.4.2 Temperature Setting Press or button to adjust the temperature setting from 16C to 30C. 10.4.3 Mode Setting Press <MODE> button to select Cool or Fan mode. 10.4.4 Clock Setting System has an inbuilt real time clock for time indication and on/off timer control. Press <CLOCK> button to enter into clock setting mode and second indication stop ashing. Press: TIME+/- button to adjust the system clock. Press <CLOCK> button once more to exit the clock setting mode. Second indication resumes ashing. 10.4.5 Day Setting This wallpad supports the day indication. Day indication can be used for normal day display and on/off timer setting. Day display section shows the current day. Use the <DAY> button to adjust the day setting accordingly. 10.4.6 On/Off Timer Setting The system supports 7 groups of on/off timer setting, ie 7 days weekly timer. a) Press <TIMER> button once, timer symbol ashes. Press <TIMER> button again, timer and On symbols ashing, system is now in on timer setting mode. The day display section shows the day of the corresponding on timer setting. If clock display section shows --:--, it means the current timer is null. Pressing <TIME+/-> button will activate this timer. If there is time being displayed, it means the current timer is already activated. Press < TIME+/-> button to adjust the timer setting. Press <CANCEL> button will cancel this setting and the display will be shown as --: --. b) Press: <TIMER> button again, On symbol is off while timer and Off symbols ashing, system is now in on timer setting mode. The day display section shows the day of the corresponding off timer setting. If clock display section shows --:--, it means the current timer is null. Pressing <TIME+/-> button will activate this timer. If there is time being displayed, it means the current timer is already activated. Press <TIME+/-> button to adjust the timer setting. Press <CANCEL> button will cancel this setting and the display will be shown as --:--. c) Press <TIMER> button again, Off symbol off and timer symbol ashing. Pressing <CANCEL> button will exit on/off timer setting. d) Press <TIMER> button again to repeat steps a) to b). e) Press <DAY> button to adjust different day of on/off timer setting. f) In normal operation, timer symbol will light up should there be any on/off timer being set. Should there be unexecuted on or off timer for the current day, its corresponding On or Off symbol will light up. g) In on/off timer setting mode, pressing <CANCEL> button for 5 sec will cancel all on/off timer settings.

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10.4.7 TiO2 Control Press <TiO2> button to start or stop TiO2 control. If TiO2 is off, press <TiO2> button to activate TiO2. If TiO2 is activated, press <TiO2> button to off TiO2. 10.4.8 Temperature Browsing In normal operation, press <DISPLAY> button to enter into temperature browsing menu. Press <SELECT5/> button to select the menu as follow: Menu Shown in error code display section C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 Value Shown clock display section Main board DIP switch setting Indoor coil 1 temperature Indoor coil 2 temperature Indoor coil 3 temperature Indoor coil 4 temperature Unit Unit C C C C Remarks Shows number of outdoor unit connected

If main board is congured as dual circuits, C3 and C4 cannot be selected. If main board is congured as three circuits, C4 cannot be selected.

Press <DISPLAY> button again to exit. 10.4.9 Keylock System is equipped with keylock function to prevent mischief. Press mode. Keylock symbol will light up, likewise to exit keylock mode. Only button will be responded in keylock mode. and buttons for 5 sec to activate keylock

10.4.10 Key Validity There are some buttons that will be acknowledged in certain function only. The valid key press will be responded with the beeping sound. 10.4.11 Parameter Setting In normal mode, press <SET> button for 5 sec to enter into parameter setting menu. Press <SELECT5/> button the select the menu. Press or button to edit the parameter as follow: Menu Shown in error code display section d0 d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 d6 Parameter Shown clock display section Recover to the state before power failure. Service password 1 Service password 2 Indoor coil antifreeze Compressor consecutive cut in interval Thermostatic control cycle Recover to default setting Unit Display as En: Recover Display as Dn: Not recover 0~99, default 0 0~99, default 0 -10~2C, default 0C 3~8 min, default 5 min 30~240 sec, default 90 sec Display as En: Recover Display as Dn: Not recover 30 sec / step Remarks

Note: 1. Upon enter to parameter setting menu, READ wording will be shown, indicates retrieving the data from the main board. 2. At menu d1, a password of 16 is required to proceed to menu d2. If the password is incorrect, system will exit parameter edit mode. 3. At menu d2, a password of 32 is required to proceed to menu d3. If the password is incorrect, system will exit parameter edit mode. 4. Upon completion of parameter editing, press <SET> button to exit in order for the new settings to take effect.
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10.4.12 Error Display Should there be error occurred, backlight will turn to red color. Error display section shows the corresponding error code as follow: Error Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 Description Indoor fan failure (power off to reset) Indoor return air sensor failure (auto reset) Indoor coil 1 sensor failure (auto reset) Indoor coil 2 sensor failure (auto reset) Indoor coil 3 sensor failure (auto reset) Indoor coil 4 sensor failure (auto reset) Outdoor unit 1 power protection, outdoor fan protection, external interlock, compressor 1 high/ low pressure failure (manual reset) Indoor coil 1 anti freeze (auto reset) Circuit 1 no cooling (power off to reset) Outdoor unit 2 power protection, outdoor fan protection, external interlock, compressor 2 high/ low pressure failure (manual reset) Indoor coil 2 antifreeze (auto reset) Circuit 2 no cooling (power off to reset) Outdoor unit 3 power protection, outdoor fan protection, external interlock, compressor 3 high/ low pressure failure (manual reset) Indoor coil 3 antifreeze (auto reset) Circuit 3 no cooling (power off to reset) Outdoor unit 4 power protection, outdoor fan protection, external interlock, compressor 4 high/ low pressure failure (manual reset) Indoor coil 4 antifreeze (auto reset) Circuit 4 no cooling (power off to reset) Remarks Display error, stop the system for protection. Power off and on to restart. Display error, resume upon recovered, default at 26C. Display error, system continue to operate, bypassed antifreeze. Display error, system continue to operate, bypassed antifreeze. Display error, system continue to operate, bypassed antifreeze. Display error, system continue to operate, bypassed antifreeze. Display error, stop the outdoor unit, manual reset required, should the failure be occurred 5 times consecutively, pressing of RESET will not be able to reset the unit. Needs power off and on to restart the unit. Display error, stop the unit. Display error, stop the unit. Display error, stop the outdoor unit, manual reset required, should the failure be occurred 5 times consecutively, pressing of RESET will not be able to reset the unit. Needs power off and on to restart the unit. Display error, stop the unit. Display error, stop the unit. Display error, stop the outdoor unit, manual reset required, should the failure be occurred 5 times consecutively, pressing of RESET will not be able to reset the unit. Needs power off and on to restart the unit. Display error, stop the unit. Display error, stop the unit. Display error, stop the outdoor unit, manual reset required, should the failure be occurred 5 times consecutively, pressing of RESET will not be able to reset the unit. Needs power off and on to restart the unit. Display error, stop the unit. Display error, stop the unit.

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Note: 1. Failure of any circuit will not affect the operation of other circuits. 2. During system failure, press <RESET> button for 3 sec to reset the fault.

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10.4.13 Hardware Manual Test Mode (valid with rst 60 sec upon power on) This function is used to check if the main board inputs and relay outputs are healthy. It is also used to check if there is any fault on the wallpad buttons and display. Wallpad testing: Hold down and buttons and power up the unit to enter into test mode. All LCD symbols will light up. System will respond with one beeping sound for any key press and the backlight will change to next color (Red, Yellow, Blue). Main board testing: Upon wallpad enter into test mode, pressing of any button will trigger the wallpad to send a test command to the main board. Should there be no communication failure, main board will enter into test mode operation as table below. System will exit from test mode automatically 1 min later. Main board hardware testing: Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Operation Wallpad enter into hardware test mode Send test command upon pressing of any button. Note: Wallpad send test command once to main board upon pressing of any button. Upon received the test command, main board blinks the communication LED once. Main board status description Off all relays Relay 1 (DO01) on Relay 1 off, relay 3 on (DO03) Relay 3 off, relay 3 on (DO05) Relay 5 off, relay 3 on (DO07) Relay 7 off, relay 3 on (DO09) Relay 9 off, relay 11 on (DO11) Off all relays Test op to couple. Note: Relay off if op to coupler is conducted and vice versa. DIO2 versus OPT9, indicated by relay 1 DIO4 versus OPT11, indicated by relay 3 DIO6 versus OPT1, indicated by relay 5 DIO8 versus OPT3, indicated by relay 7 DI10 versus OPT5, indicated by relay 9 DI12 versus OPT7, indicated by relay 11 Off all relays and return to step 2

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Solutions Draw a vacuum once more, and recharge the refrigerant. Air sneaks in the refrigerant system Let out the redundant refrigerant. Too much refrigerant Clean up the condensation coil. Condensation coil too dirty High pressure protection Check the outdoor unit for air owing problems Insufcient condensation air volume when the system in cooling mode Liquid pipe clogged. Check the drying lter and the expansion valve High-pressure switch malfunction for liquid owing performance. Replace it. Check the cause and settle the problem. Condensation pressure too high Evaporator liquid supply is insufcient: Discharge temperature Suction temperature is too high refrigerant leaking or tube clogged. protection. Motor too hot Lubricating problem Exhaust air temperature Air suctioned with liquid Find the cause and settle the problem. too low Search for holes, and rell the refrigerant. Refrigerant insufcient or leaking Clean the coil. Evaporating coil too dirty Check if the defrosting function is normal. Evaporating coil seriously frosting Check the indoor unit for air owing Low pressure performance when the systems in cooling mode Insufcient evaporating air volume protection Find the cause and settle the problem. Suction pipe clogged Check the drying lter and expansion valve Liquid pipe clogged for liquid owing performance. Low-pressure switch malfunction Replace it.
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Compressor abnormal noise Air switch trip Compressor overheating protection Temperature sensor malfunction protection

Lubricating problem Short Circuit Discharge pressure too high Insufcient suction volume Lubricating problem Axis or cylinder seized and blocked Temperature sensor malfunction Refrigerant insufcient or leaking Air lter too dirty Heat exchanger too dirty Belt slipping Compressor malfunction Insufcient liquid supply of the thermo expansion valve Fan reverse rotation Temperature sensor error Power off or fuse burnt Incorrect wiring Low voltage Wrong phase order Forget to reset after a failure Thermostat setting too high Dual pressure control trip Compressor faulty Compressor contactor faulty Heat insulation broken, or dew generated. Units not installed level Drain pipe clogged Drain pipe joints not tight Wrong drain pipe route

Check the cause and settle the problem. Check if the wires have short-circuited and the motor coil has burnt. Find the cause and settle the problem. Find the cause and settle the problem. Replace the compressor. Replace the temperature sensor. Search for holes, and recharge the refrigerant. Clean it. Clean it Adjust belt tension; if fail, replace it. Find the cause of insufcient discharge volume and settle the problem. Adjust or replace it. Adjust it to the right direction. Replace it. Check the power circuit, or replace the fuse. Check and correct the wiring according to the electrical diagrams. Check and wait until the power returns to normal. Change the phase. Press the reset button. Reset thermostat Reset Pressure Control Contact local dealer Contact local dealer Repair the heat insulation cotton Adjust the indoor unit. Clean the drain pan and drain pipe. Fasten and seal the joints Redesign the drain pipe.

Insufcient cooling

Units refuse to work

Fan works, but compressor doesnt work

Indoor unit water leakage

Abnormal operation noise

Some foreign impurity in units or fan Remove it. Unstable installation or loose bolt Adjust the units and fasten the bolts.

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