Installation and maintenance manual

FROM EMAILAIR

DK
206
256
306
406M
406
506
606
756
906

DN

19.1kW

R

SPLIT SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONNERS

83 kW
18.3 kW

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83 kW

IOM DKDN 02-EM-1GB - Part number : 3990270
Supersedes : TH3838 G

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NOTICE D’INSTALLATION
INSTALLATIONSHANDBUCH
ISTRUZIONI INSTALLAZIONE
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN

CONTENTS
GENERAL RECOMMEND
ATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 3
RECOMMENDA
SAFETY DIRECTIONS .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
WARNING ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

INSPECTION AND ST
ORA
GE ................................................................................................................................. 4
STORA
ORAGE
A CKA
GE ...................................................................................................................................... 4
CKAGE
CONTENTS OF PPA
DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................................................................................... 4
HANDLING METHOD ............................................................................................................................................. 4
NET WEIGHT ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
INDOOR UNITS ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
OUTDOOR UNITS ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

REFRIGERA
TION SPECIFICA
TIONS ........................................................................................................................ 6
REFRIGERATION
SPECIFICATIONS
R22 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
SINGLE CIRCUIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
DUAL CIRCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
R407C .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
SINGLE CIRCUIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
DUAL CIRCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 6

ELECTRIC SPECIFICA
TIONS ................................................................................................................................... 7
SPECIFICATIONS
R22 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
SINGLE CIRCUIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
DUAL CIRCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
R407 ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
SINGLE CIRCUIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
DUAL CIRCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 8

AERA
ULIC SPECIFICA
TIONS .................................................................................................................................. 9
AERAULIC
SPECIFICATIONS
SINGLE CIRCUIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
DUAL CIRCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 9

OPERA
TING LIMITS ................................................................................................................................................. 9
OPERATING
ALLA
TION ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
INST
INSTALLA
ALLATION
OUTDOOR UNIT .................................................................................................................................................................................................
CLEARANCE ..............................................................................................................................................................................................
LOCATION ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................
INDOOR UNIT ....................................................................................................................................................................................................
CLEARANCE ..............................................................................................................................................................................................
CHANGING THE POSITION OF PIPE LINKS ON MODELS 306-406M-406-506-606 .......................................................................................
INDOOR UNIT LOCATION .........................................................................................................................................................................
DUCT ENTRY DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................................................................................................
FLOW/ AVAILABLE STATIC PRESSURE ...........................................................................................................................................................

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REFRIGERANT CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 14
POSITION OF THE UNITS .....................................................................................................................................................................................
OUTDOOR UNIT AT A HIGHER LEVEL .........................................................................................................................................................
OUTDOOR UNIT AT A LOWER LEVEL .........................................................................................................................................................
REGRIGERANT LINES ...........................................................................................................................................................................................
PIPES TO BE MADE ON SITE ................................................................................................................................................................................
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE .......................................................................................................................................................................................
SYSTEM PUMP DOWN .........................................................................................................................................................................................

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WIRING DIAGRAM AND LEGEND ....................................................................................................................... 19
WIRING DIAGRAM ...............................................................................................................................................................................................
LEGEND .............................................................................................................................................................................................................
POWER CIRCUIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM ABREVIATIONS .........................................................................................................................................................
INDOOR FAN MOTOR THERMAL RELAY RANGE AND SETTINGS(CLASSE AC3) .........................................................................................................
SINGLE CIRCUIT .........................................................................................................................................................................................
DUAL CIRCUITS ..........................................................................................................................................................................................
PRESSOSTAT SETTINGS .........................................................................................................................................................................................
COLOUR CODE ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 22
FREQUENCY DRIVE ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
CONNECTION OF OUDOOR AND INDOOR UNITS ............................................................................................................................................. 24

CONTROLS ............................................................................................................................................................ 24
CONNECTION OF RCW2 ...................................................................................................................................................................................
AIRWELL XB01100 CLIMATE CONTROLLER 2 STAGE UNITS WITH CAC CONTROLLER ...............................................................................................
AIRWELL VD00413 CLIMATE CONTROLLER SINGLE STAGE UNITS WITH CAC CONTROLLER .....................................................................................
OTHER VOLTAGE FREE CONTACT CONTROL TYPES INCLUDING BMS SINGLE STAGE UNITS WITH CAC CONTROLLER HEAT PUMP CONTROL ONLY
OTHER VOLTAGE FREE CONTACT CONTROL TYPES INCLUDING BMS 2 STAGE UNITS WITH CAC CONTROLLER HEAT PUMP CONTROL ONLY .........
RCW 1 CONTROL OPTIONS FOR SINGLE AND TWO STAGE UNITS WITH CAC CONTROLLER .................................................................................
SENSOR AND SETPOINT CONTROL OPTIONS FOR SINGLE AND TWO STAGE UNITS WITH CAC CONTROLLER .......................................................

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FINAL TTASKS
ASKS .......................................................................................................................................................... 30
TERIAL PROCEDURE ................................................................................................ 30
WARRANTY RETURN MA
MATERIAL
IN-WARRANTY
INSERVICE AND SP
ARE PAR
TS ORDER .................................................................................................................... 30
SPARE
PARTS
SERVICING ............................................................................................................................................................. 31
ROUTINE SERVICING ...........................................................................................................................................................................................
GENERAL INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................................................................
OUTDOOR UNIT .................................................................................................................................................................................................
COILS .......................................................................................................................................................................................................
ELECTRICAL SECTION ................................................................................................................................................................................
INDOOR UNIT ....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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POWER SUPPL
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SUPPLY
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CHED OFF
WITCHED
BEFORE ST
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STAR
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WORK IN THE ELECTRIC
CONTROL BOX

GENERAL RECOMMEND
ATIONS
RECOMMENDA
Please read the following safety precautions very carefully before installing the unit.
SAFETY DIRECTIONS
Follow the safety rules in forces when you are working on your appliance.
The installation, commissioning and maintenance of these units should be performed by qualified personnel having a
good knowledge of standards and local regulations, as well as experience of this type of equipment.
The unit should be handled using lifting and handling equipment appropriate to the unit's size and weight.
Any wiring produced on site must comply with the corresponding national electrical regulations.
Make sure that the power supply and its frequency are adapted to the required electric current of operation, taking into
account specific conditions of the location and the current required for any other appliance connected with the same
circuit.
The unit must be EARTHED to avoid any risks caused by insulation defects.
It is forbidden to start any work on the electrical components if water or high humidity is present on the installation site.
WARNING
Cutoff power supply before starting to work on the appliance.
When making the refrigerant connections, ensure that no impurities are introduced into the pipe work.
The manufacturer declines any responsibility and the warrantly becomes void if these instructions
are not respected.
If you meet a problem, please call the Technical Department of your area.
If possible, assemble the compulsory or optional accessories before placing the appliance on its final location. (see
instructions provided with each accessory).

In order to become fully familiar with the appliance, we suggest to read also our Technical Instructions.
-The information contained in these Instructions are subject to modification without advance notice.

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the performance of certain electrical or electronic components can be impaired.INSPECTION AND ST ORA GE STORA ORAGE At the time of receiving the equipment carefully cross check all the elements against the shipping documents in order to ensure that all the crates and boxes have been received. Forward a copy of this letter to the manufacturer or their representative. Inspect all the units for any visible or hidden damage. In the event of shipping damage. Excessively high temperatures (above 60 °C) can harm certain plastic materials and cause permanent damage. It must be stored indoors. snow etc. The unit must not be damaged by changes in the weather (high and low temperatures). Moreover. Never store or transport the unit upside down. write precise details of the damage on the shipper ’s delivery note shipper’s and send immediately a registered letter to the shipper within 48 hours. completely protected from rain. CONTENTS OF PPA A CKA GE CKAGE 1 Indoor or outdoor unit (depending on the model) 1 Bag of documentation 1 Ambience sensor (with outdoor unit) DIMENSIONS SEE APPENDIX HANDLING METHOD Use spreaders 4 . clearly stating the damage caused.

NET WEIGHT INDOOR UNITS SINGLE CIRCUIT Models outdoor unit Kg 206 256 306 406M 98 100 150 160 406 506 606 756 906 160 205 209 266 282 206 256 306 406M 164 164 187 247 406 506 606 756 906 317 378 405 559 592 DUAL CIRCUITS Models outdoor unit Kg OUTDOOR UNITS SINGLE CIRCUIT Models outdoor unit Kg DUAL CIRCUITS Models outdoor unit Kg 5 .

For longer pipe lengths. 6 . The actual charge required must be adjusted during installation in order to optimise performance. The installer must fill the system with the stated volume of refrigerant at the time of installation. The charges are stated for 4m pipe lengths. The products’ installation and environment represent vital parameters for their proper operation. Refrigerant fluid charge values are given for information purposes only. the refrigerant charge must be adjusted in accordance with the details provided.REFRIGERA TION SPECIFICA TIONS REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS R22 SINGLE CIRCUIT Models REFRIGERANT CHARGE COOLING ONLY HEAT PUMP ADDITIONAL CHARGE Connecting pipes 1/2" liquid pipe Connecting pipes 5/8" liquid pipe 206 256 306 406M g g 5820 5820 7010 7010 7880 7880 11550 11550 g/m g/m 125 / 125 210 125 210 125 210 406 506 606 756 906 g g 2 x 5380 2 x 5380 2 x 6200 2 x 6200 2 x 8300 2 x 8300 2 x 10160 2 x 10160 2 x 12300 2 x 12300 g/m g/m 125 210 125 210 125 210 125 210 125 210 DUAL CIRCUITS Models REFRIGERANT CHARGE COOLING ONLY HEAT PUMP ADDITIONAL CHARGE Connecting pipes 1/2" liquid pipe Connecting pipes 5/8" liquid pipe R407C SINGLE CIRCUIT Models REFRIGERANT CHARGE COOLING ONLY HEAT PUMP ADDITIONAL CHARGE Connecting pipes 1/2" liquid pipe Connecting pipes 5/8" liquid pipe 206 256 306 406M g g 5910 5910 6060 6010 9290 9290 11550 11550 g/m g/m 125 / 125 210 125 210 125 210 406 506 606 756 906 g g 2 x 5410 2 x 5160 2 x 7060 2 x 7110 2 x 9540 2 x 9290 2 x 10160 2 x 10160 2 x 12300 2 x 12300 g/m g/m 125 210 125 210 125 210 125 210 125 210 DUAL CIRCUITS Models REFRIGERANT CHARGE COOLING ONLY HEAT PUMP ADDITIONAL CHARGE Connecting pipes 1/2" liquid pipe Connecting pipes 5/8" liquid pipe NO TE NOTE TE:: All units are supplied filled with a nitrogen charge.

8 4 G 1.5 6.5 3. A fuse must mandatorily be provided on the system input. Fuses not supplied Cables not supplied 7 .5 10 4 G 2.50Hz Cooling + Ventilation (or thermodynamic heating) Maximum current Fuse rating aM Fuse rating ASE/VDE* Total starting current Power cable section * UNIT CONNECTIONS Maximum current Power cable section 206 256 306 406M - - - - A A A A mm² 18 25 25 107 5 G 2.5 21 25 25 85 5G4 25 32 35 113 5G6 32 40 35 121 5 G 10 A mm² 2. They depend on the system installed and the cables used.8 4 G 1.6 4 G 1.5 406 506 606 756 906 - - - - - A A A A mm² 35 40 50 92 5 G 10 43 50 50 106 5 G 16 50 63 63 136 5 G 16 56 63 63 192 5 G 25 67 80 80 234 5 G35 A mm² 4.ELECTRIC SPECIFICA TIONS SPECIFICATIONS R22 SINGLE CIRCUIT Models Power supply 3N ~ 400V .5 4. They must be checked and adjusted according to prevailing standards.8 4 G 1.5 4 G 1.8 4 G 1.5 7 4 G 1.5 2.5 6.6 4 G 1.5 DUAL CIRCUITS Models Power supply 3N ~ 400V .50Hz Cooling + Ventilation (or thermodynamic heating) Maximum current Fuse rating aM Fuse rating ASE/VDE* Total starting current Power cable section * UNIT CONNECTIONS Maximum current Power cable section IMPOR TANT IMPORT * These values are given for guidance.

8 4 G 1.5 3.R407 SINGLE CIRCUIT Models Power supply 3N ~ 400V .5 406 506 606 756 906 - - - - - A A A A mm² 37 40 50 124 5 G 10 43 50 50 118 5 G 16 50 63 63 159 5 G 16 56 63 63 192 5 G 25 67 80 80 234 5 G35 A mm² 4.50Hz Cooling + Ventilation (or thermodynamic heating) Maximum current Fuse rating aM Fuse rating ASE/VDE* Total starting current Power cable section * UNIT CONNECTIONS Maximum current Power cable section 206 256 306 406M - - - - A A A A mm² 19 25 25 107 5 G 2.50Hz Cooling + Ventilation (or thermodynamic heating) Maximum current Fuse rating aM Fuse rating ASE/VDE* Total starting current Power cable section * UNIT CONNECTIONS Maximum current Power cable section IMPOR TANT IMPORT * These values are given for guidance.5 7 4 G 1. They must be checked and adjusted according to prevailing standards.8 4 G 1.6 4 G 1.5 4 G 1. A fuse must mandatorily be provided on the system input. Fuses not supplied Cables not supplied 8 .5 2.5 4.5 6. They depend on the system installed and the cables used.5 10 4 G 2.6 4 G 1.5 6.8 4 G 1.8 4 G 1.5 DUAL CIRCUITS Models Power supply 3N ~ 400V .5 21 25 25 96 5G4 25 32 35 133 5G6 32 40 35 121 5 G 10 A mm² 2.

except on models 406M.50 2. DB/WB (°C) Heating mode Outside temperature min.00 3. DB (°C) 206 to 306 406M 406 to 606 756 & 906 15°C -10°C +46°C 21°C / 15°C 32°C / 23°C -10°C (*) -10°C (*) +46°C 21°C / 15°C 32°C / 23°C 15°C -10°C +46°C 21°C / 15°C 32°C / 23°C -10°C (*) -10°C (*) +46°C 21°C / 15°C 32°C / 23°C -10°C 24°C / 18°C 27°C -10°C 24°C / 18°C 27°C -10°C 24°C / 18°C 27°C -10°C 24°C / 18°C 27°C The All Seasons kits modulates the outdoor fan speed to enable the machine to operate in Cooling mode at outdoor ambient temperatures as low as -10°C.20 3.AERAULIC SPECIFICATIONS SINGLE CIRCUIT Models Indoor air fan Number of fans Type Drive type Nominal power (kW) Power supply Speed (tr/min) Nominal air volume (m3/h) outdoor air fan Number of fans Type Number of blades Diameter (mm) Drive type 206 256 306 406M 2 2 2 2 Centrifugal Belt with variable pulley 1. Interior temperature min. with all seasons kit Outside temperature max. DB/WB (°C) Interior temperature max. DB/WB (°C) Interior temperature max.20 See electrical connections in appendix 1410 1410 1420 1390 4500 4680 5760 7560 1 1 1 1 3 610 7 800 606 756 Propellor 3 610 3 610 Direct DUAL CIRCUITS Models Indoor air fan Number of fans Type Drive type Nominal power (kW) Power supply Speed (tr/min) Nominal air volume (m3/h) outdoor air fan Number of fans Type Number of blades Diameter (mm) Drive type 406 506 2 2 2 2 3 610 3 610 906 2 2 2 Centrifugal Belt with variable pulley 2. (*): The "All Seasons" kit is available as an option.00 4.50 See electrical connections in appendix 1390 1430 1430 1435 1440 7560 9360 9720 12000 14300 2 Propellor 3 610 Direct 2 2 7 800 7 800 OPERATING LIMITS Cooling mode Outside temperature min.10 1.10 1. for standard version Outside temperature min. 756 and 906 where it is fitted as standard equipment (DB) Dry Bulb temperature (WB) Wet bulb temperature 9 .00 5. Outside temperature max.

Minimum recommended height is :250 mm above ground level. The unit must be installed at a height sufficient to ensure proper drainage of de-icing water and to allow any possible ice build-ups to fall off the cooling battery during de-icing cycles.g. It should be noted that major service may require removal of the top panels. Particular attention should be paid to avoiding obstructions to the vertical condensor or air discharge which may result in recirculation of the outdoor air. When locating unit give consideration to. The unit must not be installed in a location exposed to major roof rainfall drainage and must be above ground level if installed in an area subject to rainwater flooding.INST ALLA TION INSTALLA ALLATION OUTDOOR UNIT CLEARANCE 3m 3m A A A A A A A 800 mm Models A 206 Minimum free clearance (mm) 256 306 406M 406 506 500 606 800 756 906 LOCA TION OCATION The unit must be installed on a stable horizontal base of sufficient strength to support its total operating weight. 10 . Service and air flow clearances must be allowed as indicated on the unit dimension sheet. Vibration isolation devices (e. and locate unit as remote as possible from neighbour’s sleeping areas to minimise noise. rubber shock absorbing pads) must be fitted between the unit and its load bearing structure. In addition to the service clearances noted on the dimension sheet it is essential that provision is made for adequate and safe service access.

A For the refrigerant pipes.INDOOR UNIT CLEARANCE A B C Models A B Minimum free clearance (mm) 206 256 306 406 506 200 606 756 906 300 side opposed to the connections C 800 side connections CHANGING THE POSITION OF PIPE LINKS ON MODELS 306-406M-406-506-606 Possibility of refrigerant pipes exiting on either the left or right side. In the event of making a change to the position of the links. break the brazing on the Gas and Liquid pipes at the level of Rep. 11 . A and re-weld the pipes in the required configuration. the free clearances around the unit must be reviewed in accordance with the data on the above chart.

NB In the case of the indoor unit being installed in a zone with high relative humidity. Lift the unit up to install the condensate evacuation pipe siphons. Unit access hatch 12 . due too a lack of height. 75mm 75mm As illustrated on the diagram. Right or left exit It is advisable to install a flexible sleeve on the duct to prevent any noise from being transmitted to the treated air side. The indoor unit is designed for installation in a suspended ceiling. Evacuation orifice : Ø 7/8" (206 / 256) Evacuation orifice : Ø 1" (306 / 906) WARNING : Never braze the condensate evacuation pipe to the unit’s outlet connectors. If. The unit must not be located in zones containing. additional unit insulation should be provided to protect the unit against risks of condensation. smoke. the siphon to be made on site (30 mm minimum) is located on the condensate evacuation pipe. it is impossible to install the siphon. supported by 4 anchoring points that enable it to be attached and levelled. odours or dust that would clog the intake filters.INDOOR UNIT LLOCA OCA TION OCATION WARNING : Indoor units are supplied with a charge of dry nitrogen at 40 Psi. reduce system performance and have a negative effect on the treated air quality. a specific pump (not supplied) would need to be installed. in order to guarantee drainage when the indoor fan is in operation.

13 .DUCT ENTRY DIMENSIONS AIR DISTRIBUTION 206 / 256 306 / 406 506 / 606 756 906 A 350 380 421 448 448 B 1300 1157 1382 1098 1098 = C 25 141 255 268 268 B = A C AIR INT AKE INTAKE = 206 / 256 306 / 406 506 / 606 756 906 A 350 556 595 662 662 B 1300 1500 2004 2200 2200 C 25 94 8 10 10 B = A C In the case of an installation with a filter box (option) take account of the thickness of the box for the duct entry: ~ 100 mm. The engineer must ensure that the network is compatible with the unit’s aeraulic characteristics (refer to § "FLOW/ AVAILABLE STATIC PRESSURE") FL OW/ A VAILABLE ST ATIC PRESSURE FLOW/ AV STA The chart below provides the available static pressure ranges on the blowing side of the indoor units in relation to nominal flows. Nominal airflow (m3/h) min/max Ps (Pa) 3 Nominal airflow (m /h) min/max Ps (Pa) 206 4500 105/207 256 4680 52/201 306 5760 106/200 406M 7560 124/239 406 7560 124/239 506 9360 363/536 606 9720 248/339 756 12000 221/395 906 14300 254/534 When adjusting this pulley Flow / static pressure adjustment is achieved via a variable pulley. it is important to properly... The pulleys / belt assembly must be aligned perfectly and ensure that the belt is positioned properly the belt tensioned in accordance with best practices. The duct network must be sized by a qualified air conditioning engineer in compliance with industry rules and best practices.When pulley. Refer to the Appendices for the units’ electrical diagrams and the aeraulic characteristics in relation to fan speed settings.

306 406 .606 756 .REFRIGERANT CONNECTIONS POSITION OF THE UNITS OUTDOOR UNIT A T A HIGHER LEVEL AT 405M 1" L 3/ 8" 1" 1/8" 7/8" L H+ H+ 1"3 /8" MAXI 200 mm Install a siphon on the Gas pipe every 5 m OUTDOOR UNIT A T A LLOWER OWER LEVEL AT L L H- H- T PUMP MODELS ONL On HEA HEAT ONLY Y install a siphon at the foot of the column (Gas pipe) for this installation configuration. The pipe links should have a minimum slope of 1/ 250 towards the outdoor unit.256 .906 406M Models H+ maxi H. 206 .maxi Maximum length 10 m 10 m 30 m 10 m 15 m 30 m 15 m 15 m 30 m 14 25 m 15 m 30 m .506 .

REGRIGERANT LINES PIPE INSULA TION TTO O GO INSIDE THE UNIT INSULATION PRINCIPLE A D B C A "Gaz" pipe B "Liquid" pipe C Pipe insulation (6 mm minimum) D End to be brazed 206 OUTDOOR UNIT Ø CONNECTOR GAZ LIQUID 1" 1/8" 5/8" INDOOR UNIT Ø CONNECTOR GAZ LIQUID 1" 1/8" 1/2" 256 1" 1/8" 5/8" 1" 1/8" 1/2" 1 306 1" 1/8" 1/2" 7/8" 5/8" 1 406M 1" 3/8" 5/8" 1" 3/8" 5/8" 1 406 7/8" 5/8" 7/8" 1/2" 2 506 7/8" 5/8" 7/8" 1/2" 2 606 1" 1/8" 5/8" 1" 1/8" 1/2" 2 756 906 1" 3/8" 1" 3/8" 5/8" 5/8" 1" 1/8" 1" 3/8" 5/8" 5/8" 2 2 MODELS QUANTITY 1 15 D Ø CONNECTOR GAZ LIQUIDE length < 30m 1" 1/8" 1/2" length < 20m 1" 1/8" 1/2" length > 20m 1" 3/8" 5/8" verticale connections > 20m 1" 1/8" 5/8" length < 10m 1" 1/8" 1/2" length > 10m 1" 3/8" 5/8" verticale connections > 10m 1" 1/8" 5/8" length < 30m 1" 3/8" 5/8" SEE P14 diagram verticale connections length < 30m 1" 1/8" 1/2" length < 20m 1" 1/8" 1/2" length > 20m 1" 3/8" 5/8" verticale connections > 20m 1" 1/8" 5/8" length < 10m 1" 1/8" 1/2" length > 10m 1" 3/8" 5/8" verticale connections > 10m 1" 1/8" 5/8" length < 30m 1" 3/8" 5/8" length < 30m 1" 3/8" 5/8" .

Do not bend the pipes consecutively more than three times and do not make more than 12 bends over the complete length of the link. the liquid seen through the inspection glass must always remain green (humidity level below 60 ppm). care must be taken to avoid contact with any hot surfaces such as hot water pipes.). The bending radius of the pipes should be equal to or more than 3. the liquid inspection glass is supplied separate to the unit.5 times de outside diameter of the pipe. The values of the tightening torque are shown in the table below. system tightness testing and filling and draining the refrigerant charge must be performed by a qualified air conditioning engineer in compliance with industry rules and best practices (brazing.PIPES TTO O BE MADE ON SITE Pipe links installation. When installing the gas and liquid pipe links between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit.. etc.. clean and dry refrigeration quality copper pipe of an appropriated diameter. Refrigerant fluid conduits must be as short and as straight as possible to ensure operation at maximum efficiency. PIPE Ø 1/4"" 3/8"" 1/2"" 5/8"" 7/8"" TIGHTENING TORQUE 15-20 Nm 30-35 Nm 50-54 Nm 70-75 Nm 90-95 Nm 16 . vacuum draining. INLET LINK INDOOR UNIT LIQUID WARNING / HUMIDITY INDICATOR To obtain the right tightening. chimneys etc. ASSEMBL Y PROCEDURE ASSEMBLY For certain machines. The use of a counter wrench is required to tighten the valves. In this case. Only use new. boilers.. Therefore. cover the surface with cooling oil.. the liquid inspection glass must be located just before the indoor unit as shown on the following diagram: The liquid inspection glass is an important item and its proper location is vital. The information provided is indispensable when filling the system with refrigerant fluid and also for ensuring that the humidity level in the circuit is below the critical level that could lead to damage to certain refrigeration components. filling..

The filling operation must continue until 80% to 90% of the indicated charge has entered the system (corrected for pipe lengths other than 4 metres). allow it to remain at this level of vacuum for a period of 12 hours. In this event. The subcooler temperature value must be between 4°C and 8°C. A vacuum pump must be used for system pump down. This value is equal to the saturated liquid temperature in relation to the condensing pressure (refer to the R22 and R407C refrigerant characteristics charts) less the condenser outlet temperature (liquid line temperature measured with the aid of a thermocouple). 17 . If necessary. Start the vacuum pump and let it run until the pressure level in the system is below 10-1 mbar. When the system has been pumped down. If bubbles can be seen in the liquid through the liquid inspection glass. It is imperative to drain the nitrogen charge. Continue to add refrigerant until the refrigerant passing under the liquid inspection glass is "clear". the refrigerant is entirely in liquid form. It is not designed for this usage and serious damage may result. Connect the pump to the service taps on either side of the compressor.SYSTEM PUMP DOWN All units are supplied filled with nitrogen. then vacuum drain the entire system and finally check for the absence of leaks prior to proceeding with filling the system with refrigerant fluid. refrigerant must be drained from the system. check the capacity of the pump and the entire system for any possible leakages. A subcooler temperature above 8°C is a sign of overfilling and in this case. In the case of R407C. adjust the refrigerant charge in relation to the information provided by the liquid inspection glass and the measurement of the subcooler temperature. The vacuum created in the indoor and outdoor units causes a considerable quantity of refrigerant to enter the system. The charges are indicated (refer to § refrigeration specifications) for 4 metre pipe lengths between the indoor and outdoor units and are provided for information purposes only. If no significant rise in pressure occurs. The outdoor and indoor temperatures should be as close as possible to actual operating conditions. as this pressure is sufficiently low to remove humidity. In no event should the compressor be used to pump dow the system. Start the system. Allow the system to operate for about one hour to reach a stable operating regime. The bottle of refrigerant must be connected to the HP service tap on the liquid pipe. refrigerant needs to be added. If this pressure level cannot be achieved. the system is ready to be filled with the refrigerant charge. ensure that the charge is filled in liquid form. A dryer placed as near as possible to the service tap on the liquid pipe must be used when charging the refrigerant .

5 -21.9 32.2 28.3 6.1 3.6 R407C refrigerant characteristics Absolute pressure (bar) 1.0 19.4 -4.1 5.5 7.9 54.1 18.R22 refrigerant characteristics Absolute pressure (bar) 1.2 61.8 57.8 24.3 40.5 15.1 -7.4 32.6 57.0 18.3 -28.2 -19.5 63.3 65.5 27.5 35.5 25.8 53.5 26.3 -1.7 55.5 61.0 1.5 6.0 Saturation temperature (°C) -41.1 62.3 50.7 56.2 51.3 47.7 59.7 7.5 48.6 53.4 33.0 24.5 23.1 52.8 35.6 49.4 32.0 9.9 15.0 Saturation temperature (°C) 51.6 8.8 30.5 23.0 22.5 25.5 6.0 41.6 -10.9 43.5 5.1 45.0 20.0 53.0 -35.9 67.3 15.9 43.1 31.3 46.5 9.0 3.5 28.8 26.5 19.7 60.0 21.0 -0.8 51.5 17.0 6.6 23.8 4.5 -14.2 50.5 17.5 3.9 59.5 21.5 4.1 -25.5 5.0 27.0 2.5 13.5 28.0 23.0 33.3 49.9 39.7 21.0 .0 -16.1 -32.3 60.0 8.0 35.8 52.6 18.5 24.1 0.7 -14.6 12.0 5.9 39.3 -11.5 29.2 25.3 -18.0 9.5 11.0 26.5 8.5 58.3 18 Absolute pressure (bar) 20.0 16.5 12.8 -23.0 15.5 16.5 2.0 26.3 36.0 7.8 58.0 13.5 Saturation temperature (°C) 25.0 25.3 46.1 42.0 27.7 29.5 45.0 17.7 -3.7 50.0 36.8 29.5 52.1 66.0 12.2 36.6 62.9 22.5 15.8 54.5 29.5 22.5 14.5 37.7 38.5 22.0 21.8 63.5 11.2 27.3 Absolute pressure (bar) 10.0 4.4 64.0 4.0 8.5 19.2 66.1 28.6 56.9 2.0 15.2 44.2 1.0 12.4 Absolute pressure (bar) 20.9 62.2 10.0 7.8 55.1 -37.5 4.7 46.0 23.5 7.7 42.5 8.1 49.0 13.3 48.3 58.0 22.5 12.9 48.5 24.7 60.5 26.0 17.7 57.0 Saturated Saturated liquid vapour temperature temperature (°C) (°C) 45.9 13.8 16.7 56.0 6.6 41.0 25.5 14.5 Saturated Saturated liquid vapour temperature temperature (°C) (°C) 20.5 26.0 16.0 28.7 61.4 65.7 23.0 24.8 11.2 44.0 2.5 27.1 20.0 19.7 55.1 58.5 18.3 66.5 11.8 68.2 40.0 20.0 16.5 17.7 54.5 10.4 -28.5 2.9 8.5 Absolute pressure (bar) 10.5 41.0 13.0 14.5 21.6 64.5 3.9 14.0 5.0 22.7 -10.5 9.8 40.5 18.7 19.6 37.0 3.0 18.5 10.5 37.2 43.0 11.0 5.0 1.5 13.0 11.2 62.6 -3.4 -6.4 47.3 27.4 30.0 28.0 14.5 16.4 57.5 59.0 -7.7 33.0 Saturated Saturated liquid vapour temperature temperature (°C) (°C) -44.

WIRING DIAGRAM AND LEGEND WIRING DIAGRAM SEE APPENDIX LEGEND N 708 SE : 3033 models 206 / 256 / 306 (R22) 3-Phase 400/230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3034 model 306 (R407) 3-Phase 400/230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3259 models 406M CONTROL 1-Phase 230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3260 model 406M POWER 3-Phase 400/230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3035 models 406 / 506 / 606(R22) CONTROL 1-Phase 230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3036 models 606 (R407) CONTROL 1-Phase 230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3037 models 406 / 506 / 606 POWER 3-Phase 400/230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3254 models 756 / 906 CONTROL 1-Phase 230 V+/-10% 50Hz SE : 3255 models 756 / 906 POWER 3-Phase 400/230 V+/-10% 50Hz POWER CIRCUIT Voltage: 400 V~ + Neutral + Earth On terminals P-E . This supply comes from a general fuse holder FFG supplied by the installer.L3 of the Q1 mains supply switch on the outdoor unit. TABLE 1: Models 206 256 306 406M 406 506 606 756 906 Rating of Q2 (minimum characteristics) I th = 10 A Pdc =20 A I th = 10 A Pdc =20 A I th = 10 A Pdc =25 A I th = 10 A Pdc =30 A I th = 10 A Pdc =30 A I th = 10 A Pdc =50 A I th = 10 A Pdc =50 A I th = 10 A Pdc =50 A I th = 10 A Pdc =50 A 19 . It must be located adjacent to the unit. in accordance with electric specifications. The electrical installation and wiring of this unit must comply with local electrical installation standards. The Q2 mains supply switch for the indoor unit shall be fitted on site by the installer.L1 – L2 .

ELECTRICAL DIA GRAM ABREVIA TIONS DIAGRAM ABREVIATIONS COMPRESSOR / SAFETIES CIRCUITS K1 : M1 compressor contactor RV1 : Cycle reversal valve (Heat pump model) K2 : M2 compressor contactor (1) RV2 : Cycle reversal valve (Heat pump model) (2) FT1 : M1compressor thermal relay (Mod 405M option) RT : Anti-frost thermostat (option) FT2 : M2compressor thermal relay (Mod 405M option) ICT : Indoor coil temperature sensor (option) KA1 : order and cutted phase controller for "SCROLL" compressor (according to models) OCT : Outdoor coil temperature sensor OCT2: Outdoor coil temperature sensor (2) LP1 : Low pressure pressostat (automatic reset) LP2 : Low pressure pressostat (automatic reset) (1) SM1 : Remote ON/OFF switch (not supplied) (disconnect the shunt SHM on the circuit board) HP1 : High pressure pressostat (automatic reset) X HP2 : High pressure pressostat (automatic reset) (1) PCB : Controller board R1 : Sump heating resistance T1 R2 : Sump heating resistance (2) Note1: depending on model. : Terminal block : PCB’s transformer Note 2: Only models with 2 compressors M1 : Compressor M2 : Compressor (2) FAN MO TORS & THEIR EQUIPMENT MOT MO1 : Outdoor unit fan motor. KA2/KA3 : Heat pump mode signal relay (Heat pump models) FM5/FCM : Manual reset safety thermostats. FO2 : Safeties of motor MO2 (1) (automatic reset) FT3 : MI3 motor thermal relay or cut-out switch(1) ALL SEASONS KIT HEA TING KIT (DEPENDING ON HEATING MODEL) ACS1/ACS2 : Three phase frequency regulator K5/KM2 : Heating contact switches ACS143 : Three phase frequency regulator E5/EH1 : Heating elements S1/S2 : Pressure transducer FA5/FCA : Automatic reset safety thermostats. KO1/KO2 : Fan motors switches (mod 755/905) 20 . (See table 2) MO2 : Outdoor unit fan motor. (1) (See table 2) CO1 : MO1 motor condenser CO2 : MO2 motor condenser(1) K3 : MI3 contactor (1) MI3 : Indoor unit motor C3 : Condenser MI3 (single phase model) SP : Electronic pressostatic regulator (option ) SE 3129 KO1 : Fan motors switches (mod 405M basse T°) FO1 : Safeties of motor MO1 (automatic reset) Note 1 : depending on model.

5bar LP2 : Low pressure fixed setting 50kPa 0.3A 6-10A 6-10A 6-10A 6-10A 4.7PSI) HP2 : High pressure fixed setting 2920kPa 29.8A 2.2bar (423.5-4A 2.7PSI) (depending on model) COLOUR CODE BK : Black WH : White BU : Blue OG : Orange RD : Red GY : Grey GNYE : Green/Yellows VT : Violet BN : Brown 21 .7A 2.TABLE 2: Outdoor unit 256/306 206 406/506/606/756/906 Fan low speed white wire red wire red wire Capacitor value 12 µF 12 µF 10 µF INDOOR FFAN AN MO TOR THERMAL RELA Y RANGE AND SETTINGS(CLASSE A C3) MOT RELAY AC3) SINGLE CIRCUIT Model overload relay setting FT1/ FT2 Range Adjustment overload relay setting FT3/ FT3 Range Adjustment AC3 Contactor K1 K2 K3 K01/02 206 256 306 406M / / / 12-18A 12A 2.5bar (selon modèle) HP1 : High pressure fixed setting 2920kPa 29.7A 2.6A 6A 6A 18A 25A 9A - 25A 25A 9A - 25A 25A 9A - 25A 25A 9A 9A 32A 32A 12A 9A DUAL CIRCUITS Model overload relay setting FT3/ FT3 Range Adjustment AC3 Contactor K1 K2 K3 K01/02 PRESSOST AT SETTINGS PRESSOSTA LP1 : Low pressure fixed setting 50kPa 0.6-3.7A 2.8 6.5A 3.2bar (423.6 –3.6-3.2A 18A 9A - 25A 9A 25A 9A - 18A 18A 9A 9A 406 506 606 756 906 4-6.8A 3.6A 6.

these units are equipped with a local switch acting as a mains supply terminal block.1Nm Mod 406 . Z screwdriver for connecting the wires. Maximum tightening torque 3N~400V.406M Press to unclip and remove the local switch from the electrical board. 22 .756 Maximum tightening torque Mod 206 256 306 406M 2. refer to the electrical specifications Model Model 206 .ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS As standard. THE LED’s INDICATE THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: Green LED =1: low voltage supply the compressor rotation direction is correct Green LED =flickering: phase inversion Green LED =0: phase absent the compressor and the fans do not start.5.506 . A trip switch or a fuse holder (not supplied) must be installed upstream of the unit. This switch can be padlocked. 406 .606 . in accordance with the wiring diagram.306 .606 . VERY IMPORTANT: 3N~400V -50Hz + 3N~400V-50Hz The outdoor unit is equipped as standard with a phase sequence and cut-out controller located in the electrical box.256 .50HZ Use a POZIDRIV M 3.50 HZ Mod 906 6Nm Use a key for hexagonal socket screws of 4mm for connecting the wires. THIS PRODUCT IS EQUIPPED WITH A PHASE SEQUENCE CONTROLLER.506 .756 4Nm 3N~400V.

without an intermediate transformer.FREQUENCY DRIVE This equipment is installed on external units 406M. Remove the casing. 23 . WARNING FREQUENCY DRIVE frequency drive CEM filter If the frequency drive is connected to a network with impedance or isolated neutral (IT diagram): Do not connect the EMC filter supplied with the machine in the electrical cabinet. 756 and 906. Remove the screw If the regulator is connected to a low voltage public network (TT or TN diagram). Remove the casing Press down simultaneously on all four spring buttons at the four corners of the appliance. Remove the Ground screw (GND) from the regulator as shown on the diagram below 1. 2. connect the EMC filter supplied as shown on the machine wiring diagram.

3 mm² 12V GND 1 2 RT GND RS485 GND 12v 100 m MAXI 1 mm² MAXI Shielded cable IF the RT sensor is not used.12 à 0. the RCW2 must be configured in Zone 1 with the local temperature function activated. Remote room temperature sensor delivred with the machine (optional installation) 0.CONNECTION OF OUDOOR AND INDOOR UNITS SEE APPENDIX CONTROLS CONNECTION OF RCW2 100 m MAXI Shielded 2 twisted pairs cable with setting with terminal GND. 24 .

REVERSING VALVE ON/OFF CONNECT OPTINAL REMOTE SENSING HERE IF REQUIRED OPTIONAL ON/OFF SWITCH OR TIME CLOCK CONNECTIONS NOTES CLIMA TE CONTROLLER SLIDE SWIT CH CLIMATE SWITCH FUNCTIONS 1. 25 . 5. THE CLIMATE CONTROLLER LOGIC MAY PROVIDE SIGNIFICANT TIME DELAYS AT INITIAL START-UP 20 MINUTES ON COMP 2 4Minutes(min. A SIGNAL FROM THE CONTROLLER WILL CLEAR THIS ALARM. 3.ON/OFF)auxiliaryheat 3 Keypad unlocked 4 Economy 5 Single stage 6 4.filter icon Led 2 .COMP 1 2. SHIELDED CABLE IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS CONTROL TYPE HOWEVER CONTROL WIRING MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE FROM POWER WIRING.fault icon Switch settings 6. Add ON Not used 2 Minute (min.FAN Y2 W1 Y1 G R 24V 24V (c) O B SEE NOTE 1 24V C 4.icon OFF 7 Led 1 .ON) Keypar locked Comfort Multi stage Led 1 .icon ON 8 Led 2 .ELEMENT HEAT 1.COM 2 3.AIRWELL XB01100 CLIMA TE CONTROLLER 2 ST AGE UNITS WITH CA C CONTROLLER CLIMATE STA CAC NIGHT SETBACK TIMECLOCK OR SWITCH (CLOSED FOR SETBACK) INPUT TO SWITCH ON 24 VAC LEDS FOR STATUS OK/FAULT INDICATION AIRWELL XB 01100 CLIMATE CONTROLLER LED 1 (a) LED 2 (a) CLK 1 CLK 2 RS-2 RS-1 RS+V CAC PCB TERMINAL NUMBERS 5.. AN “RT” OR “Cont” ALARM MAY APPEAR IN INITIAL START UP. OFF ON Normal 1 Not used 2 2. FIT CLIMATE CONTROLLER LINK BETWEEN R24V BEFORE APPLYING POWER. SLIDE SWITCH #6 WITHIN CLIMATE CONTROLLER MUST BE SET TO ON ON. CAC CONTROLLER DIPSWITCH S5 (GROUP OF 12) MUST BE ON ON.

SHIELDED CABLE IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS CONTROL TYPE HOWEVER CONTROL WIRING MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE FROM POWER WIRING. 3. leave OFF These two slide switches work as a pair Slide switch 4 ON 5 OFF: remote sensor must be fitted. A SIGNAL FROM THE CONTROLLER WILL CLEAR THIS ALARM. FIT CLIMATE CONTROLLER LINK BETWEEN R-24V BEFORE APPLYING POWER.. Slide switch 4 OFF 5 ON: No remote sensor required (remote sensor disabled if fitted. the CLK 1 – CLK 2 input controls the unit operation CLK 1 – CLK 2 open: Unit is allowed to operate CLK 1 – CLK 2 closed: Unit is forced OFF and flashing OFF is displayed. CLIMA TE CONTROLLER SLIDE SWIT CH FUNCTIONS CLIMATE SWITCH ON Keyboard locked OFF Keyboard unlocked When OFF the CLK1 – CLK2 Input allows the selection of ZONE 1 or ZONE 2.COMP 1 2. 2.) 26 . 4.FAN SEE NOTE 1 24V C ON/OFF OPTIONAL ON/OFF SWITCH OR TIME CLOCK CONNECTIONS 1. CAC CONTROLLER DIPSWITCH S5 (GROUP OF 12) MUST BE ON ON. SENSOR ONLY OPERTES WHEN ZONE 2 IS SELECTED AIRWELL VD 00413 CLIMATE CONTROLLER 1 2 CLK 1 CLK 2 RS-2 RS-1 RS+V NOTES H C F R 24 24V (c) NO C NC CAC PCB TERMINAL NUMBERS 4.REVERSING VALVE 1. CLK 1 – CLK 2 open: ZONE 1 is selected CLK 1 – CLK 2 closed: ZONE 2 is selected When ON.AIRWELL VD00413 CLIMA TE CONTROLLER SINGLE ST AGE UNITS WITH CA C CONTROLLER CLIMATE STA CAC CONNECT OPTIONAL REMOTE SENSING HERE IF REQUIRED. AN "RT" OR "Cont" ALARM MAY APPEAR IN INITIAL START UP. sensor is required. OFF ON 1 2 3 4 5 Switch settings Not Used.

COMP 2. 2.FAN 3.COMP 2 24V . 27 .REVERSING VALVE 5.COMP 1 2. 3. CAC CONTROLLER DIPSWITCH S5 (GROUP OF 12) MUST BE ON FOR THIS CONTROL TYPE.ELEMENT HEAT 4.FAN 3.24 Volt NEUTRAL 1.ELEMENT HEAT 4. AN "RT" OR Cont" ALARM MAY APPEAR IN INITIAL START UP. SHIELDED CABLE IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS CONTROL TYPE HOWEVER CONTROL WIRING MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE FROM POWER WIRING.24 Volt ACTIVE NOTES 1.24 Volt NEUTRAL 1. A SIGNAL FROM THE CONTROLLER WILL CLEAR THIS ALARM.REVERSING VALVE 24V .OTHER V OL TAGE FREE CONT UDING BMS SINGLE ST AGE UNITS VOL OLT CONTA INCLUDING STA ACT CONTROL TYPES INCL C CONTROLLER HEA T PUMP CONTROL ONL Y CAC HEAT ONLY WITH CA THERMOSTAT OR CONTROLLER CAC PCB TERMINAL NUMBERS 24V C .24 Volt ACTIVE OTHER V OL TAGE FREE CONT ACT CONTROL TYPES INCL UDING BMS 2 ST AGE UNITS WITH VOL OLT CONTA INCLUDING STA CA C CONTROLLER HEA T PUMP CONTROL ONL Y CAC HEAT ONLY THERMOSTAT OR CONTROLLER CAC PCB TERMINAL NUMBERS 24V C .

WITH RCW1 AN XB01035 REMOTE SENSOR MUST BE FITTED. RCW1 WILL NOT INDICATE IF THE UNIT IS TURNED ON OR OFF. A SIGNAL FROM RCW WILL CLEAR THIS ALARM. 2. EARLY VERSIONS OF THE CAC CONTROLLER REQUIRE THE ON/OFF BUTTON ON THE RCW TO BE TURNED ON IF THE TIME CLOCK HAS TURNED THE UNIT OFF THEN ON. 28 . 4.RCW 1 CONTROL OPTIONS FOR SINGLE AND TWO ST AGE UNITS WITH CA C CONTROLLER STA CAC RCW CONTROLLER RS485 2 1 GND 12V CAC PCB TERMINAL NUMBERS 12V GND 1 2 OPTIONAL FAULT STATUS INDICATION 24V ALARM FAN AUX CONTACTOR 24V C OPTIONAL RUN STATUS INDICATION 24V RT J K L M XB 01035 REMOTE SENSOR A B ON/OFF C OPTIONAL ON/OFF SWITCH OR TIME CLOCK CONNECTIONS NOTES 1. 5. SHIELDED CABLE IS RECOMMENDED FOR THIS CONTROL. 3. AN "RT" OR "Cont" ALARM MAY APPEAR IN INITIAL START UP. CONTROL WIRING MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE FROM POWER WIRING. HOWEVER IF THE SENSOR’S GREEN 24V LED IS WIRED THROUGH THE INDOOR FAN CONTACTOR AUX CONTACT IT WILL INDICATE A RUN STATUS.

SHIELDED CABLE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS CONTROL TYPE.SENSOR AND SETPOINT CONTROL OPTIONS FOR SINGLE AND TWO ST AGE UNITS WITH STA CAC CONTROLLER CAC PCB TERMINAL NUMBERS OPTIONAL FAULT STATUS INDICATION 24V FAN AUX CONTACTOR 24V C OPTIONAL RUN STATUS INDICATION 24V J K L M XB 01040 SET POINT ONLY WIRED A B C J K L M XB 01035 SENSOR ONLY WIRED A B C RT SPT ON/OFF OPTIONAL ON/OFF SWITCH OR TIME CLOCK CONNECTIONS NOTES 1. 2. WIRING AND CONTROLS MUST BE SPEARATE. SETPOINT. 29 . CONTROL WIRING MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE FROM POWER WIRING. CAC CONTROLLER DIPSWITCH S5 (GROUP OF 12) MUST BE OFF 3. OFF. SENSOR.

clean and place back the filters. fix the cables and the pipes on the wall with clamping collars. and in warranty. model number and serial number of the unit involved. Use the part number provided by our service spare parts. credit will be issued on customer's purchase order. part number. Show him how to remove. SERVICE AND SP ARE PAR TS ORDER SPARE PARTS The model number. Following our personal inspection of the returned part. a purchase order must be entered through your nearest distributor or regional sales office. and if it is determined that the failure is due to faulty material or workmanship. The order should include part name. To return the material. All parts shall be returned to our factory. contact your nearest sales office and ask for a "return voucher". indicate the date of unit installation and date of failure. transportation charges prepaid. the confirmation number and the unit serial number indicated on the name plate must be provided whenever service works or spare parts are ordered. Operate the air conditioner in the presence of the user and explain all functions. If needed. provide full description of the part required. if it not available. INWARRANTY RETURN MA TERIAL PROCEDURE IN-WARRANTY MATERIAL Material must not be returned without permission of our After Sales Department. For any spare part order. The return of the part does not constitute an order for replacement.FINAL TTASKS ASKS Place the plugs back on the valves and check that they are properly tightened. This return voucher shall be sent out with the returned material and shall contain all necessary information concerning the problem encountered. 30 . Therefore.

. it is necessary to have preventive maintenance of the indoor and outdoor units carried out by qualified personnel. Check the cleanness of the indoor heat exchanger. and clean with an appropriate tool if necessary. and rinse with water. as this could cause the pressure of the coolant to increase. INDOOR UNIT In order for the installation to operate correctly. CHECK THA THAT POWER SUPPL Y IS SWIT CHED OFF AND THA T IT CANNO T BE SWIT CHED ON INAD VER TENTL Y. OUTDOOR UNIT COILS Clean the heat exchanger using a special product for aluminium-copper heat exchangers. and that they are correctly connected. Check the general cleanness of the installation. When clogged. Check the earth connection. it is essential to regularly clean the air filter located in the intake of the indoor unit. Check that the surface of the aluminium fins of the heat exchanger is not damaged by impacts or scratches. CAUTION BEFORE CARR YING OUT ANY OPERA TION ON THE EQUIPMENT T THE ELECTRICAL CARRYING OPERATION EQUIPMENT. Check the condition of the tray. ELECTRICAL SECTION Check that the main power supply cable is not damaged or altered in such a way as to affect the insulation Check that the interconnecting cables between the two units are not damaged or altered. Do not use hot water or steam. particularly on the indoor unit.SERVICING ROUTINE SERVICING To ensure the correct operation of the installation. which in turn reduces the efficiency of the installation and inhibits the cooling of the fan motor. and check that the condensate evacuations are not blocked. SUPPLY SWITCHED THAT CANNOT SWITCHED INADVER VERTENTL TENTLY IT IS RECOMMENDED THA T THE LLOCAL OCAL SWIT CH BE PPADL ADL OCKED THAT SWITCH ADLOCKED 31 . the filter reduces the air flow through the heat exchanger of the indoor unit. GENERAL INST ALLA TION INSTALLA ALLATION Carry out a visual inspection of the complete installation in service. before the summer season.

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APPENDIX APPENDIX .

.............. VIII 206 ....................................306(R22) .APPENDIX APPENDIX DIMENSIONS OUTDOOR UNITS .. IX ..........................256 ...........506 ....................................................................................306 ..........................906CONTROL ..... XXI II .................................................606(R22) CONTROL ................606 POWER ............. X 206 .............................. III 206 ..................906 POWER ............. XX 206 ...... XVIII 756 ....................................... XIV 406 ..........................606 756 ................. VI 756 ...... V 406 .......................... XX 406M .....906 ............................................................................................................................506 .................406 .....................406 506 ......................................506 ...............506 .................................................. VIII ..................... VII DIMENSIONS INDOOR UNITS ..........606 .......... IV 406M ................................................. XII 406M CONTROL .................................................256 .... XIII 406M POWER ......................756 .......................................................................................... III 306 .. XVI 406 .............. XIX ELECTRICAL CONNECTIIONS ...............906 . VIII .......256 ............. XVII 756 ...................256 306 ....................................... XV 606(R407C) CONTROL .......................... XI 306(R407C) ..... IX WIRING DIAGRAM .906 .......606 . XX AERAULIC ADJUSTMENT ..

APPENDIX DIMENSIONS OUTDOOR UNITS 1060 206 .256 760 9 855 4Ø 330 230 400 230 185 50 50 90 900 880 800 80 900 III .

APPENDIX 4Ø 968 10 216 399 1094 306 1003 957 1003 IV 55 75 .

APPENDIX 1250 406M 195 100 957 1004 968 85 10 4Ø 1004 V .

606 506 .APPENDIX 406 .606 4Ø 9 A 1650 1123 1101 1708 606 1171 201 111 113 113 203 506 1171 203 406 972 A 152 152 406 528 528 506 .606 VI .506 .

APPENDIX 1238 756 .906 1070 1345 1048 A 2213 VII 756 1304 906 1454 350 250 A 12 4Ø 2175 .

APPENDIX DIMENSIONS INDOOR UNITS 206 .256 1059 240 302 259 302 26 24 22 334 30 26 99 114 350 350 400 253 30 1302 1302 1352 1000 44 Ø1/2" Ø7/8" 75 249 151 30 96 381 441 306 .406 67.4 179 250 23 23 130 924 663 Ø19 1736 VIII .5 Ø25.

50 1098 662.APPENDIX 506 .33 2270 2002 45 662 161 A 10 A 448 222 172 IX 756 795 906 945 .5 410 370 70 110 230 2154 756 .4 33 1064 782.5 33 64 74.606 320 262 Ø25.5 100 48 490 100 39 2240 190 269.906 910 2208 447.

Always refer to the diagram supplied with the product.APPENDIX WIRING DIAGRAM TAKE CARE! These wiring diagrams are correct at the time of publication. Manufacturing changes can lead to modifications. POWER SUPPL Y MUST BE SWIT CHED OFF BEFORE ST AR TING TTO O SUPPLY SWITCHED STAR ARTING WORK IN THE ELECTRIC CONTROL BOX! X .

306(R22) T1SEC T1PRI R1 XI .APPENDIX 206 .256 .

APPENDIX 306(R407C) T1SEC T1PRI R1 XII .

only BU XIII .APPENDIX 406M CONTROL T1SEC T1PRI < > A RE V ST D Heatpu. WH Cool.

APPENDIX 406M POWER XIV .

APPENDIX 406 .506 .606(R22) CONTROL T1SEC T1PRI XV .

APPENDIX 606(R407C) CONTROL T1SEC T1PRI XVI .

APPENDIX 406 .606 POWER XVII .506 .

906CONTROL T1SEC T1PRI < < > > XVIII .APPENDIX 756 .

APPENDIX 756 .906 POWER XIX .

756 .256 .406 .).306 1 2 3 ** U1 V1 W1 L1 L2 L3 N *** 3N~400V-50Hz + W2 U2 V2 U1 V1 W1 L1 L2 L3 W2 U2 V2 U1 V1 W1 L1 L2 L3 406M .APPENDIX ELECTRICAL CONNECTIIONS Comply with the marking on the terminal block when making electrical connections. etc. including the mains supply connection (neutral. earth.606 .506 .906 11 12 13 ** U1 V1 W1 L1 L2 L3 N *** 3N~400V-50Hz + XX . ** Electrical protection to be during installation *** Connection to the local switch 206 .

APPENDIX AERAULIC ADJUSTMENT 0 1tr 2tr 3tr 3600 242 214 183 152 4050 227 199 166 133 Air flow (m³/h) 4500 0 207 7 179 9 142 2 105 5 4750 191 164 126 88 5000 176 148 109 70 0 1tr 2tr 3tr 4tr 3800 243 217 178 145 110 4240 227 196 153 121 83 Air flow (m³/h) 4680 0 201 1 169 9 124 4 94 4 52 2 4890 188 161 109 78 35 5100 170 135 90 60 17 0 1tr 2tr 31/2tr 4600 228 202 175 136 5180 216 189 162 122 Air flow (m³/h) 5760 0 200 0 173 3 146 6 106 6 6030 191 164 138 98 6300 182 155 129 89 0 1tr 2tr 3tr 6000 250 221 192 170 6780 248 217 186 159 Air flow (m³/h) 7560 0 239 9 202 2 165 5 124 4 7880 231 191 151 102 8200 222 180 138 79 0 1tr 2tr 31/2tr 7500 569 515 462 391 8430 550 498 450 377 Air flow (m³/h) 9360 0 536 6 480 0 435 5 363 3 9830 527 470 428 358 10300 519 461 419 350 0 1tr 2tr 4tr 7780 365 343 322 278 8750 354 332 309 264 Air flow (m³/h) 9720 0 339 9 316 6 394 4 248 8 10360 329 306 283 237 11000 318 294 270 222 206 Ps (Pa) 256 Ps (Pa) 306 Ps (Pa) 406 Ps (Pa) 506 Ps (Pa) 606 Ps (Pa) XXI .

APPENDIX 0 1tr 2tr 4tr 9600 425 387 349 273 10800 412 370 328 245 Air flow (m³/h) 12000 0 395 5 351 1 308 8 221 1 12600 379 334 390 201 13200 350 305 261 172 0 1tr 2tr 4tr 11440 595 527 460 325 12870 556 487 419 282 Air flow (m³/h) 14300 0 534 4 464 4 394 4 254 4 15015 514 444 375 236 15730 486 415 344 203 756 Ps (Pa) 906 Ps (Pa) XXII .

DIRECTIVE BASSE TENSION (DBT) 73 /23 C. I PRODOTTI SONO FORNITI CON LA MARCATURA DI CONFORMITE CE 0035. CATEGORIA I : DK Y DN 206 Y 406 BAJA MODULO A1. bajo nuestra responsabilidad. EN 60 335-1 EN 50 082 EN 255 EN 60 335-2-40 EN 60 204-1 EN 378 A Tillières Sur Avre 27570 . Déclaration CE de conformité Nous déclarons sous notre responsabilité que les produits désignés dans la présente notice sont conformes aux dispositions des directives CEE énoncées ci. CATEGORIA I : DK E DN 206 E 406 SOTTOMODULO A1. Dichiarazione CE di conformità Dichiariamo.E. KATEGORIE I : DK UND DN 206 UND 406 UNTER MODUL A1. DK 206-256-306-406-506-606-756-906 DN 206-256-306-406M-406-506-606-756-906 MACHINERY DIRECTIVE 98 / 37 / EEC LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE (DBT) 73 / 23 / CEE AMENDED BY DIRECTIVE 93 / 68 EEC ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE 89 / 336 / EEC PRESSURISE EQUIPMENT DIRECTIVE (DESP) 97 / 23 / EEC MODULE A CATEGORY I:DK AND DN 206 AND 406 SUB-MODULE A1 CATEGORY II: DN 256 TO 306 AND 406M TO 906 NOTIFIED BODY: TÜV RHEINLAND – 6.E. we declare that the product designated in this manual comply with the provisions of the EEC directives listed hereafter and with the national legislation into which these directives have been transposed. RUE HALÉVY – 75 009 PARIS .E.306 E 406M .E. DIRECTIVE COMPATIBILITE ELECTROMAGNETIQUE 89 / 336 / C. THE PRODUCTS ARE PROVIDED WITH CE 0035 MARKING OF CONFORMITY DIRECTIVE MACHINES 98 / 37 C. das die in der vorliegenden Beschreibung angegebenen Produkte den Bestimungen der nachstehend erwähnten EG-Richtlinien und den nationalen Gesetzesvorschriffen entsprechen. assurmendone la responsasabilità.E.E. RUE HALÉVY – 75 009 PARIS . que los productos designados en este manual son conformes a las disposiciones de las directivas CEE enunuciadas a continuacion. DIRETTIVA MACHINE 98 / 37 / CEE DIRETTIVA BASSA TENSIONE (DBT) 73 / 23 / CEE EMENDATA DALLA DIRETTIVA 93 / 68 CEE DIRETTIVA COMPATIBILITA ELETTROMAGNATICA 89 / 336 / CEE DIRETTIVA DEGLI IMPIANTI SOTTO PRESSIONE (DESP) 97 / 23 / CEE MODULO A. MODULE A CATEGORIE I : DK ET DN 206 ET 406 SOUS-MODULE A1 CATEGORIE II : DN 256 A 306 ET 406M A 906 AVEC SURVEILLANCE PAR LE TUV RHEINLAND 6.après et aux législations nationales les transposant. DIE PRODUKTE WERDEN MIT DER MARKIERUNG CONFORMITE CE 0035 GELIEFERT. KATEGORIE II : DN 256 BIS 306 UND 406M BIS 906 MIT KONTROLLE DURCH DEN TUV RHEINLAND 6. LOS PRODUCTOS SE PROPORCIONAN CON EL MARCADO DE CONFOR CE 0035.E. .E. EG-Konformitätserklärung Wir erklarën in eigener Verantwortung. Y que se han aplicado los siguientes apartados de las normas armonizadas. LES PRODUITS SONT FOURNIS AVEC LE MARQUAGE DE CONFORMITE CE 0035 RICHTLINIE MASCHINEN 98 / 37 / EG RICHTLINIE NIERDERSPANNUNG (DBT) 73 / 23 / EG ABGEÄNDERT DURCH DIE RICHTLINIE 93 / 68 EG RICHTLINIE ELEKTROMAGNETISHE VERTRÄGLICHKEIT 89 / 336 / EG RICHTLINIE FÜR AUSRÜSTUNGEN UNTER DRUCK (DESP) 97 / 23 / EG MODUL A. Und dass die folgenden Paragraphen der vereinheitlichten Normen Angewandt wurden. CATEGORIA II : DN 256 A 306 Y 406M A 906 CON SORVEGLIANZA DAL TUV RHEINLAND 6.906 CON SUPERVISION POR EL TUV RHEINLAND 6.E.EC Compliance declaration Under our own responsibility. RUE HALÉVY – 75 009 PARIS . E che sono stati applicati i seguenti paragraphi delle norme armonnizzate.FRANCE.FRANCE.FRANCE. AMENDEE PAR DIRECTIVE 93 / 68 C. RUE HALÉVY – 75 009 PARIS .FRANCE. in denen diese Richtinien umgesetz sind. DIRECTIVE DES EQUIPEMENTS SOUS PRESSION (DESP) 97 / 23 C.FRANCE. RUE HALÉVY – 75 009 PARIS . che i prodotti descritti nel presente manuale sono conformi alle disposizioni delle direttive CEE di cui sott e alle lagislazionni nazionali che li recepiscono Declaración CE de conformidad Declaramos. DIRECTIVA MAQUIAS 98 / 37 / CEE DIRECTIVA BAJA TENSION (DBT) 73 / 23 / CEE ENMENDATA POR LA DIRECTIVA 93/ 68 CEE DIRECTIVA COMPATIBILIDAD ELECTROMAGNETICA 89 / 336 / CEE DIRECTIVA DE LOS EQUIPOS A PRESION (DESP) 97 / 23 / CEE MODULO A. Et que les paragraphes suivants les normes harmonisées ont été appliqués. And that the following paragraphs of the harmonised standards have been applied.E. CATEGORIA II : DN 256 .FRANCE Le: 22/07/2004 Franck Bailly Quality Manager ACE Industrie EN 60 204 EN 61 000-3-2 EN 814 . asi como a las legislaciones nacionales que las contemplan.

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