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R410A

PRINTED IN JAPAN, Apr., 2010 ToMo


FILE NO. A10-002
SERVICE MANUAL
SPLIT TYPE
OUTDOOR UNIT
<SUPER DIGITAL INVERTER>
RAV-SP1104AT8-E RAV-SP1104AT8-TR
RAV-SP1104AT8Z-E RAV-SP1104AT8Z-TR
RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-E RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1404AT8-E RAV-SP1404AT8-TR
RAV-SP1404AT8Z-E RAV-SP1404AT8Z-TR
RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-E RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1604AT8-E RAV-SP1604AT8-TR
RAV-SP1604AT8Z-E RAV-SP1604AT8Z-TR
RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-E RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1104AT7 RAV-SP1404AT7 RAV-SP1604AT7
RAV-SP1104AT7Z RAV-SP1404AT7Z RAV-SP1604AT7Z
RAV-SP1104AT7ZG RAV-SP1404AT7ZG RAV-SP1604AT7ZG
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CONTENTS
ORIGINAL INSTRUCTION ..................................................................................................... 3
WARNING INDICATIONS ON THE AIR CONDITIONER UNIT .............................................. 5
PRECAUTION FOR SAFETY ................................................................................................. 6
NEW REFRIGERANT (R410A) ............................................................................................ 11
1. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................ 13
1-1. Indoor Unit .................................................................................................................................. 13
1-2. Outdoor Unit ............................................................................................................................... 29
1-3. Operation Characteristic Curve ............................................................................................... 30
2. CONSTRUCTION VIEWS (EXTERNAL VIEWS) .......................................................... 32
2-1. Outdoor Unit ............................................................................................................................... 32
3. OUTDOOR UNIT REFRIGERATING CYCLE DIAGRAM............................................. 35
4. WIRING DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................... 36
4-1. Outdoor Unit ............................................................................................................................... 36
5. SPECIFICATIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS.............................................................. 37
5-1. Outdoor Unit ............................................................................................................................... 37
6. REFRIGERANT R410A................................................................................................ 38
6-1. Safety During Installation/Servicing ........................................................................................ 38
6-2. Refrigerant Piping Installation ............................................................................................... 38
6-3. Tools............................................................................................................................................ 42
6-4. Recharging of Refrigerant ........................................................................................................ 42
6-5. Brazing of Pipes......................................................................................................................... 43
6-6. Instructions for Re-use Piping of R22 or R407C .................................................................... 45
7. CIRCUIT CONFIGURATION AND CONTROL SPECIFICATIONS .............................. 48
7-1. Outdoor Unit Control ................................................................................................................. 48
7-2. Outline of Main Controls ........................................................................................................... 52
8. TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................. 57
8-1. Summary of Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 57
8-2. Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................... 59
9. SETUP AT LOCAL SITE AND OTHERS...................................................................... 82
9-1. Calling of Error History ............................................................................................................. 82
9-2. Group Control Operation .......................................................................................................... 82
9-3. Outdoor Unit ............................................................................................................................... 84
10. ADDRESS SETUP ....................................................................................................... 91
10-1. Address Setup Procedure......................................................................................................... 91
10-2. Address Setup & Group Control .............................................................................................. 92
10-3. Remote Controller Wiring.......................................................................................................... 95
10-4. Address Setup (Manual setting from remote controller) ....................................................... 96
10-5. Confirmation of Indoor Unit No. Position ................................................................................ 97
11. REPLACEMENT OF THE SERVICE P.C. BOARD (4316V392) MCC-1599 ................. 99
12. HOW TO EXCHANGE COMPRESSOR...................................................................... 100
12-1. Exchanging Procedure of Compressor (Outline) ................................................................. 100
12-2. Exchange of Compressor ....................................................................................................... 100
13. INSTALLATION MANUAL .......................................................................................... 101
14. DETACHMENTS......................................................................................................... 118
14-1. Outdoor Unit ............................................................................................................................. 118
15. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST...................................................................... 130
15-1. Outdoor Unit ............................................................................................................................. 130
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Original instruction
Please read carefully through these instructions that contain important information which complies with the
Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42/EC), and ensure that you understand them.
Some of the details provided in these instructions differ from the service manual, and the instructions provided
here take precedence.
Generic Denomination: Air Conditioner
Definition of Qualified Installer or Qualified Service Person
The air conditioner must be installed, maintained, repaired and removed by a qualified installer or qualified
service person.
When any of these jobs is to be done, ask a qualified installer or qualified service person to do them for you.
A qualified installer or qualified service person is an agent who has the qualifications and knowledge
described in the table below.
Agent
Qualified
installer (1)
Qualified service
person (1)
Qualifications and knowledge which the agent must have
The qualified installer is a person who installs, maintains, relocates and removes the air
conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation.
He or she has been trained to install, maintain, relocate and remove the air conditioners made by
Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such operations by
an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the
knowledge related to these operations.
The qualified installer who is allowed to do the electrical work involved in installation, relocation
and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this electrical work as stipulated by the local laws
and regulations, and he or she is a person who has been trained in matters relating to electrical
work on the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has
been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus
thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work.
The qualified installer who is allowed to do the refrigerant handling and piping work involved in
installation, relocation and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this refrigerant handling
and piping work as stipulated by the local laws and regulations, and he or she is a person who
has been trained in matters relating to refrigerant handling and piping work on the air conditioners
made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such
matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted
with the knowledge related to this work.
The qualified installer who is allowed to work at heights has been trained in matters relating to
working at heights with the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively,
he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been
trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work.
The qualified service person is a person who installs, repairs, maintains, relocates and removes
the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation. He or she has been trained to install,
repair, maintain, relocate and remove the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or,
alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such operations by an individual or individuals who
have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to these operations.
The qualified service person who is allowed to do the electrical work involved in installation,
repair, relocation and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this electrical work as stipulated
by the local laws and regulations, and he or she is a person who has been trained in matters
relating to electrical work on the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or,
alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who
have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work.
The qualified service person who is allowed to do the refrigerant handling and piping work
involved in installation, repair, relocation and removal has the qualifications pertaining to this
refrigerant handling and piping work as stipulated by the local laws and regulations, and he or
she is a person who has been trained in matters relating to refrigerant handling and piping
work on the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or, alternatively, he or she
has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who have been trained
and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work.
The qualified service person who is allowed to work at heights has been trained in matters
relating to working at heights with the air conditioners made by Toshiba Carrier Corporation or,
alternatively, he or she has been instructed in such matters by an individual or individuals who
have been trained and is thus thoroughly acquainted with the knowledge related to this work.
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Definition of Protective Gear
When the air conditioner is to be transported, installed, maintained, repaired or removed, wear protective
gloves and safety work clothing.
In addition to such normal protective gear, wear the protective gear described below when undertaking the
special work detailed in the table below.
Failure to wear the proper protective gear is dangerous because you will be more susceptible to injury, burns,
electric shocks and other injuries.
Work undertaken
All types of work
Electrical-related work
Work done at heights (50 cm or more)
Transportation of heavy objects
Repair of outdoor unit
Protective gear worn
Protective gloves
Safety working clothing
Gloves to provide protection for electricians and from heat
Insulating shoes
Clothing to provide protection from electric shock
Helmets for use in industry
Shoes with additional protective toe cap
Gloves to provide protection for electricians and from heat
The important contents concerned to the safety are described on the product itself and on this Service Manual.
Please read this Service Manual after understanding the described items thoroughly in the following contents
(Indications/Illustrated marks), and keep them.
[Explanation of indications]
Indication
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
Explanation
Indicates contents assumed that an imminent danger causing a death or serious injury of
the repair engineers and the third parties when an incorrect work has been executed.
Indicates possibilities assumed that a danger causing a death or serious injury of the
repair engineers, the third parties, and the users due to troubles of the product after work
when an incorrect work has been executed.
Indicates contents assumed that an injury or property damage () may be caused on the
repair engineers, the third parties, and the users due to troubles of the product after work
when an incorrect work has been executed.
Property damage : Enlarged damage concerned to property, furniture, and domestic animal/pet
[Explanation of illustrated marks]
Mark Explanation
Indicates prohibited items (Forbidden items to do)
The sentences near an illustrated mark describe the concrete prohibited contents.
Indicates mandatory items (Compulsory items to do)
The sentences near an illustrated mark describe the concrete mandatory contents.
Indicates cautions (Including danger/warning)
The sentences or illustration near or in an illustrated mark describe the concrete cautious contents.
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Warning Indications on the Air Conditioner Unit
[Confirmation of warning label on the main unit]
Confirm that labels are indicated on the specified positions
If removing the label during parts replace, stick it as the original.
Warning indication
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect all remote electric
power supplies before servicing.
WARNING
Moving parts.
Do not operate unit with grille removed.
Stop the unit before the servicing.
CAUTION
High temperature parts.
You might get burned when removing
this panel.
CAUTION
Do not touch the aluminum fins of the unit.
Doing so may result in injury.
CAUTION
BURST HAZARD
Open the service valves before the
operation, otherwise there might be the
burst.
Description
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect all remote electric power supplies
before servicing.
WARNING
Moving parts.
Do not operate unit with grille removed.
Stop the unit before the servicing.
CAUTION
High temperature parts.
You might get burned when removing this panel.
CAUTION
Do not touch the aluminum fins of the unit.
Doing so may result in injury.
CAUTION
BURST HAZARD
Open the service valves before the operation,
otherwise there might be the burst.
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Precaution for Safety

WARNING
General
Before starting to repair the air conditioner, read carefully through the Service Manual, and repair
the air conditioner by following its instructions.
Only qualified service person (1) is allowed to repair the air conditioner.
Repair of the air conditioner by unqualified person may give rise to a fire, electric shocks, injury,
water leaks and/or other problems.
Only a qualified installer (1) or qualified service person (1) is allowed to carry out the electrical
work of the air conditioner.
Under no circumstances must this work be done by an unqualified individual since failure to carry
out the work properly may result in electric shocks and/or electrical leaks.
Wear protective gloves and safety work clothing during installation, servicing and removal.
When connecting the electrical wires, repairing the electrical parts or undertaking other electrical
jobs, wear gloves to provide protection for electricians and from heat, insulating shoes and
clothing to provide protection from electric shocks.
Failure to wear this protective gear may result in electric shocks.
Use wiring that meets the specifications in the Installation Manual and the stipulations in the local
regulations and laws.
Use of wiring which does not meet the specifications may give rise to electric shocks, electrical
leakage, smoking and/or a fire.
Only a qualified installer (1) or qualified service person (1) is allowed to undertake work at
heights using a stand of 50 cm or more or to remove the intake grille of the indoor unit to
undertake work.
When working at heights, use a ladder which complies with the ISO 14122 standard, and follow
the procedure in the ladders instructions.
Also wear a helmet for use in industry as protective gear to undertake the work.
When working at heights, put a sign in place so that no-one will approach the work location,
before proceeding with the work.
Parts and other objects may fall from above, possibly injuring a person below.
Do not touch the aluminum fin of the outdoor unit.
You may injure yourself if you do so. If the fin must be touched for some reason, first put on
protective gloves and safety work clothing, and then proceed.
Do not climb onto or place objects on top of the outdoor unit.
You may fall or the objects may fall off of the outdoor unit and result in injury.
When transporting the air conditioner, wear shoes with additional protective toe caps.
When transporting the air conditioner, do not take hold of the bands around the packing carton.
You may injure yourself if the bands should break.
This air conditioner has passed the pressure test as specified in IEC 60335-2-40 Annex EE.
DENGER
Turn off
breaker.
Before carrying out the installation, maintenance, repair or removal work, be sure to set the circuit
breaker to the OFF position. Otherwise, electric shocks may result.
Before opening the intake grille of the indoor unit or service panel of the outdoor unit, set the
circuit breaker to the OFF position.
Failure to set the circuit breaker to the OFF position may result in electric shocks through contact
with the interior parts.
Only a qualified installer (1) or qualified service person (1) is allowed to remove the intake grille
of the indoor unit or service panel of the outdoor unit and do the work required.
Before starting to repair the outdoor unit fan or fan guard, be absolutely sure to set the circuit
breaker to the OFF position, and place a Work in progress sign on the circuit breaker.
When cleaning the filter or other parts of the indoor unit, set the circuit breaker to OFF without
fail, and place a Work in progress sign near the circuit breaker before proceeding with the work.
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Execute
discharge
between
terminals.
Prohibition
Stay on
protection
Even if the circuit breaker has been set to the OFF position before the service panel is removed
and the electrical parts are repaired, you will still risk receiving an electric shock.
For this reason, short-circuit the high-voltage capacitor terminals to discharge the voltage before
proceeding with the repair work.
For details on the short-circuiting procedure, refer to the Service Manual.
You may receive an electric shock if the voltage stored in the capacitors has not been sufficiently
discharged.
Place a Work in progress sign near the circuit breaker while the installation, maintenance, repair
or removal work is being carried out.
There is a danger of electric shocks if the circuit breaker is set to ON by mistake.
If, in the course of carrying out repairs, it becomes absolutely necessary to check out the
electrical parts with the electrical parts box cover of one or more of the indoor units and the
service panel of the outdoor unit removed in order to find out exactly where the trouble lies, wear
insulated heat-resistant gloves, insulated boots and insulated work overalls, and take care to
avoid touching any live parts.
You may receive an electric shock if you fail to heed this warning. Only qualified service person
(1) is allowed to do this kind of work.

WARNING
Check earth
wires.
Prohibition of
modification.
Use specified
parts.
Do not bring
a child close to
the equipment.
Insulating
measures
No fire
Before troubleshooting or repair work, check the earth wire is connected to the earth terminals of
the main unit, otherwise an electric shock is caused when a leak occurs.If the earth wire is not
correctly connected, contact an electric engineer for rework.
After completing the repair or relocation work, check that the ground wires are connected properly.
Be sure to connect earth wire. (Grounding work) Incomplete grounding causes an electric shock.
Do not connect ground wires to gas pipes, water pipes, and lightning rods or ground wires for
telephone wires.
Do not modify the products.Do not also disassemble or modify the parts.
It may cause a fire, electric shock or injury.
When any of the electrical parts are to be replaced, ensure that the replacement parts satisfy the
specifications given in the Service Manual (or use the parts contained on the parts list in the
Service Manual).
Use of any parts which do not satisfy the required specifications may give rise to electric shocks,
smoking and/or a fire.
If, in the course of carrying out repairs, it becomes absolutely necessary to check out the
electrical parts with the electrical parts box cover of one or more of the indoor units and the
service panel of the outdoor unit removed in order to find out exactly where the trouble lies, place
"Keep out" signs around the work site before proceeding.
Third-party individuals may enter the work site and receive electric shocks if this warning is not
heeded.
Connect the cut-off lead wires with crimp contact, etc, put the closed end side upward and then
apply a water-cut method, otherwise a leak or production of fire is caused at the users side.
When performing repairs using a gas burner, replace the refrigerant with nitrogen gas because
the oil that coats the pipes may otherwise burn.
When repairing the refrigerating cycle, take the following measures.
1) Be attentive to fire around the cycle.
When using a gas stove, etc, be sure to put out fire before work; otherwise the oil mixed with
refrigerant gas may catch fire.
2) Do not use a welder in the closed room.
When using it without ventilation, carbon monoxide poisoning may be caused.
3) Do not bring inflammables close to the refrigerant cycle, otherwise fire of the welder may catch
the inflammables.
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Refrigerant
Assembly/
Cabling
Insulator
check
Ventilation
Compulsion
The refrigerant used by this air conditioner is the R410A.
Check the used refrigerant name and use tools and materials of the parts which match with it.
For the products which use R410A refrigerant, the refrigerant name is indicated at a position on
the outdoor unit where is easy to see.
To prevent miss-charging, the route of the service port is changed from one of the former R22.
For an air conditioner which uses R410A, never use other refrigerant than R410A.
For an air conditioner which uses other refrigerant (R22, etc.), never use R410A.
If different types of refrigerant are mixed, abnormal high pressure generates in the refrigerating
cycle and an injury due to breakage may be caused.
Do not charge refrigerant additionally.
If charging refrigerant additionally when refrigerant gas leaks, the refrigerant composition in the
refrigerating cycle changes resulted in change of air conditioner characteristics or refrigerant over
the specified standard amount is charged and an abnormal high pressure is applied to the inside
of the refrigerating cycle resulted in cause of breakage or injury.
Therefore if the refrigerant gas leaks, recover the refrigerant in the air conditioner, execute
vacuuming, and then newly recharge the specified amount of liquid refrigerant.
In this time, never charge the refrigerant over the specified amount.
When recharging the refrigerant in the refrigerating cycle, do not mix the refrigerant or air other
than R410A into the specified refrigerant.
If air or others is mixed with the refrigerant, abnormal high pressure generates in the refrigerating
cycle resulted in cause of injury due to breakage.
After installation work, check the refrigerant gas does not leak.
If the refrigerant gas leaks in the room, poisonous gas generates when gas touches to fire such
as fan heater, stove or cocking stove though the refrigerant gas itself is innocuous.
Never recover the refrigerant into the outdoor unit.
When the equipment is moved or repaired, be sure to recover the refrigerant with recovering device.
The refrigerant cannot be recovered in the outdoor unit; otherwise a serious accident such as
breakage or injury is caused.
After repair work, surely assemble the disassembled parts, and connect and lead the removed
wires as before.
Perform the work so that the cabinet or panel does not catch the inner wires.
If incorrect assembly or incorrect wire connection was done, a disaster such as a leak or fire is
caused at users side.
After the work has finished, be sure to use an insulation tester set (500V Megger) to check the
resistance is 2M: or more between the charge section and the non-charge metal section
(Earth position).
If the resistance value is low, a disaster such as a leak or electric shock is caused at users side.
When the refrigerant gas leaks during work, execute ventilation.
If the refrigerant gas touches to a fire, poisonous gas generates.
A case of leakage of the refrigerant and the closed room full with gas is dangerous because a
shortage of oxygen occurs. Be sure to execute ventilation.
When the refrigerant gas leaks, find up the leaked position and repair it surely.
If the leaked position cannot be found up and the repair work is interrupted, pump-down and
tighten the service valve, otherwise the refrigerant gas may leak into the room.
The poisonous gas generates when gas touches to fire such as fan heater, stove or cocking stove
though the refrigerant gas itself is innocuous.
When installing equipment which includes a large amount of charged refrigerant such as a multi
air conditioner in a sub-room, it is necessary that the density does not the limit even if the
refrigerant leaks.
If the refrigerant leaks and exceeds the limit density, an accident of shortage of oxygen is caused.
Tighten the flare nut with a torque wrench in the specified manner.
Excessive tighten of the flare nut may cause a crack in the flare nut after a long period, which may
result in refrigerant leakage.
Nitrogen gas must be used for the airtight test.
The charge hose must be connected in such a way that it is not slack.
For the installation/moving/reinstallation work, follow to the Installation Manual.
If an incorrect installation is done, a trouble of the refrigerating cycle, water leak, electric shock or
fire is caused.
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Check after
repair
Do not
operate the
unit with the
valve closed.
Check after
reinstallation
Cooling check
Installation
Once the repair work has been completed, check for refrigerant leaks, and check the insulation
resistance and water drainage.
Then perform a trial run to check that the air conditioner is running properly.
After repair work has finished, check there is no trouble. If check is not executed, a fire, electric
shock or injury may be caused. For a check, turn off the power breaker.
After repair work (installation of front panel and cabinet) has finished, execute a test run to check
there is no generation of smoke or abnormal sound.
If check is not executed, a fire or an electric shock is caused. Before test run, install the front
panel and cabinet.
Check the following matters before a test run after repairing piping.
Connect the pipes surely and there is no leak of refrigerant.
The valve is opened.
Running the compressor under condition that the valve closes causes an abnormal high
pressure resulted in damage of the parts of the compressor and etc. and moreover if there is
leak of refrigerant at connecting section of pipes, the air is suctioned and causes further
abnormal high pressure resulted in burst or injury.
Only a qualified installer (1) or qualified service person (1) is allowed to relocate the air
conditioner. It is dangerous for the air conditioner to be relocated by an unqualified individual
since a fire, electric shocks, injury, water leakage, noise and/or vibration may result.
Check the following items after reinstallation.
1) The earth wire is correctly connected.
2) The power cord is not caught in the product.
3) There is no inclination or unsteadiness and the installation is stable.
If check is not executed, a fire, an electric shock or an injury is caused.
When carrying out the pump-down work shut down the compressor before disconnecting the
refrigerant pipe.
Disconnecting the refrigerant pipe with the service valve left open and the compressor still
operating will cause air, etc. to be sucked in, raising the pressure inside the refrigeration cycle to
an abnormally high level, and possibly resulting in reputing, injury, etc.
When the service panel of the outdoor unit is to be opened in order for the compressor or the
area around this part to be repaired immediately after the air conditioner has been shut down, set
the circuit breaker to the OFF position, and then wait at least 10 minutes before opening the
service panel.
If you fail to heed this warning, you will run the risk of burning yourself because the compressor
pipes and other parts will be very hot to the touch. In addition, before proceeding with the repair
work, wear the kind of insulated heat-resistant gloves designed to protect electricians.
When the service panel of the outdoor unit is to be opened in order for the fan motor, reactor,
inverter or the areas around these parts to be repaired immediately after the air conditioner has
been shut down, set the circuit breaker to the OFF position, and then wait at least 10 minutes
before opening the service panel.
If you fail to heed this warning, you will run the risk of burning yourself because the fan motor,
reactor, inverter heat sink and other parts will be very hot to the touch.
In addition, before proceeding with the repair work, wear the kind of insulated heat-resistant
gloves designed to protect electricians.
Only a qualified installer (1) or qualified service person (1) is allowed to install the air
conditioner. If the air conditioner is installed by an unqualified individual, a fire, electric shocks,
injury, water leakage, noise and/or vibration may result.
Before starting to install the air conditioner, read carefully through the Installation Manual, and
follow its instructions to install the air conditioner.
Do not install the air conditioner in a location that may be subject to a risk of expire to a
combustible gas.
If a combustible gas leaks and becomes concentrated around the unit, a fire may occur.
Install the indoor unit at least 2.5 m above the floor level since otherwise the users may injure
themselves or receive electric shocks if they poke their fingers or other objects into the indoor unit
while the air conditioner is running.
Install a circuit breaker that meets the specifications in the installation manual and the stipulations
in the local regulations and laws.
Install the circuit breaker where it can be easily accessed by the qualified service person (1).
Do not place any combustion appliance in a place where it is directly exposed to the wind of air
conditioner, otherwise it may cause imperfect combustion.
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Explanations given to user
If you have discovered that the fan grille is damaged, do not approach the outdoor unit but set the circuit breaker
to the OFF position, and contact a qualified service person to have the repairs done.
Do not set the circuit breaker to the ON position until the repairs are completed.
Relocation
Only a qualified installer (1) or qualified service person (1) is allowed to relocate the air conditioner.
It is dangerous for the air conditioner to be relocated by an unqualified individual since a fire, electric shocks,
injury, water leakage, noise and/or vibration may result.
When carrying out the pump-down work shut down the compressor before disconnecting the refrigerant pipe.
Disconnecting the refrigerant pipe with the service valve left open and the compressor still operating will cause air,
etc. to be sucked in, raising the pressure inside the refrigeration cycle to an abnormally high level, and possibly
resulting in reputing, injury, etc.
(1) Refer to the Definition of Qualified Installer or Qualified Service Person.
Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer: Toshiba Carrier Corporation
336 Tadehara, Fuji-shi, Shizuoka-ken 416-8521 JAPAN
Authorized Nick Ball
Representative/TCF holder: Toshiba EMEA Engineering Director
Toshiba Carrier UK Ltd.
Porsham Close, Belliver Industrial Estate,
PLYMOUTH, Devon, PL6 7DB.
United Kingdom
Hereby declares that the machinery described below:
Generic Denomination: Air Conditioner
Model/type: RAV-SP1104AT8-E RAV-SP1404AT8-E RAV-SP1604AT8-E
RAV-SP1104AT8Z-E RAV-SP1404AT8Z-E RAV-SP1604AT8Z-E
RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-E RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-E RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-E
RAV-SP1104AT8-TR RAV-SP1404AT8-TR RAV-SP1604AT8-TR
RAV-SP1104AT8Z-TR RAV-SP1404AT8Z-TR RAV-SP1604AT8Z-TR
RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-TR RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-TR RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-TR
Commercial name: Super Digital Inverter Series Air Conditioner
Complies with the provisions of the Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42/EC) and the regulations transposing
into national law.
Complies with the provisions of the following harmonized standard:
EN 378-2: 2008
Note: This declaration becomes invalid if technical or operational modifications are introduced without the
manufacturers consent.
Disposal
How to dispose of air conditioners with a rating of 12 kW and below in accordance with the 2002/96/EC Directive
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) is provided in the Installation Manual supplied with your product.
For disposal of the product above 12 kW in rating you should use a registered company in accordance with any
national or EU legislation.
<Model names with a rating of 12 kW and below (outdoor units)>
DI series
RAV-SM563AT-E RAV-SM803AT-E RAV-SM1103AT-E
SDI series
RAV-SP404AT-E RAV-SP404ATZ-E RAV-SP404ATZG-E
RAV-SP454AT-E RAV-SP454ATZ-E RAV-SP454ATZG-E
RAV-SP564AT-E RAV-SP564ATZ-E RAV-SP564ATZG-E
RAV-SP804AT-E RAV-SP804ATZ-E RAV-SP804ATZG-E
RAV-SP1104AT-E RAV-SP1104ATZ-E RAV-SP1104ATZG-E
RAV-SP1104AT8-E RAV-SP1104AT8Z-E RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-E
RAV-SP1104AT8-TR RAV-SP1104AT8Z-TR RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-TR
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New Refrigerant (R410A)
This air conditioner adopts a new HFC type refrigerant (R410A) which does not deplete the ozone layer.
1. Safety Caution Concerned to New Refrigerant
The pressure of R410A is high 1.6 times of that of the former refrigerant (R22).
Accompanied with change of refrigerant, the refrigerating oil has been also changed.
Therefore, be sure that water, dust, the former refrigerant or the former refrigerating oil is not mixed into the
refrigerating cycle of the air conditioner with new refrigerant during installation work or service work.
If an incorrect work or incorrect service is performed, there is a possibility to cause a serious accident.
Use the tools and materials exclusive to R410A to purpose a safe work.
2. Cautions on Installation/Service
1) Do not mix the other refrigerant or refrigerating oil.
For the tools exclusive to R410A, shapes of all the joints including the service port differ from those of
the former refrigerant in order to prevent mixture of them.
2) As the use pressure of the new refrigerant is high, use material thickness of the pipe and tools which are
specified for R410A.
3) In the installation time, use clean pipe materials and work with great attention so that water and others
do not mix in because pipes are affected by impurities such as water, oxide scales, oil, etc.
Use the clean pipes.
Be sure to brazing with flowing nitrogen gas. (Never use gas other than nitrogen gas.)
4) For the earth protection, use a vacuum pump for air purge.
5) R410A refrigerant is azeotropic mixture type refrigerant.
Therefore use liquid type to charge the refrigerant. (If using gas for charging, composition of the
refrigerant changes and then characteristics of the air conditioner change.)
3. Pipe Materials
For the refrigerant pipes, copper pipe and joints are mainly used.
It is necessary to select the most appropriate pipes to conform to the standard.
Use clean material in which impurities adhere inside of pipe or joint to a minimum.
1) Copper pipe
<Piping>
The pipe thickness, flare finishing size, flare nut and others differ according to a refrigerant type.
When using a long copper pipe for R410A, it is recommended to select Copper or copper-base pipe
without seam and one with bonded oil amount 40mg/10m or less.
Also do not use crushed, deformed, discolored (especially inside) pipes.
(Impurities cause clogging of expansion valves and capillary tubes.)
<Flare nut>
Use the flare nuts which are attached to the air conditioner unit.
2) Joint
The flare joint and socket joint are used for joints of the copper pipe.
The joints are rarely used for installation of the air conditioner.
However clear impurities when using them.
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4. Tools
1. Required Tools for R410A
Mixing of different types of oil may cause a trouble such as generation of sludge, clogging of capillary,
etc. Accordingly, the tools to be used are classified into the following three types.
1) Tools exclusive for R410A (Those which cannot be used for conventional refrigerant (R22))
2) Tools exclusive for R410A, but can be also used for conventional refrigerant (R22)
3) Tools commonly used for R410A and for conventional refrigerant (R22)
The table below shows the tools exclusive for R410A and their interchangeability.
Tools exclusive for R410A (The following tools for R410A are required.)
Tools whose specifications are changed for R410A and their interchangeability
No.
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Used tool
Flare tool
Copper pipe gauge
for adjusting
projection margin
Torque wrench
Gauge manifold
Charge hose
Vacuum pump adapter
Electronic balance for
refrigerant charging
Refrigerant cylinder
Leakage detector
Usage
Pipe flaring
Flaring by
conventional flare tool
Tightening of flare nut
Evacuating, refrigerant
charge, run check, etc.
Vacuum evacuating
Refrigerant charge
Refrigerant charge
Gas leakage check
R410A
air conditioner installation
Existence of
Whether conventional
new equipment
for R410A
equipment can be used
Yes (Note)
Yes (Note)
Yes No
Yes No
Yes No
Yes Yes
Yes No
Yes No
Conventional air
conditioner installation
Whether
conventional equipment
can be used
Yes
(Note)
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
(Note) When flaring is carried out for R410A using the conventional flare tools, adjustment of projection
margin is necessary. For this adjustment, a copper pipe gauge, etc. are necessary.
General tools (Conventional tools can be used.)
In addition to the above exclusive tools, the following equipments which serve also for R22 are necessary
as the general tools.
1) Vacuum pump. Use vacuum pump by
attaching vacuum pump adapter. 7) Screwdriver (+, )
2) Torque wrench 8) Spanner or Monkey wrench
3) Pipe cutter 9) Hole core drill
4) Reamer 10) Hexagon wrench (Opposite side 4mm)
5) Pipe bender 11) Tape measure
6) Level vial 12) Metal saw
Also prepare the following equipments for other installation method and run check.
1) Clamp meter 3) Insulation resistance tester (Megger)
2) Thermometer 4) Electroscope
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
1-1. Indoor Unit
1-1-1. 4-Way Air Discharge Cassette Type
<Single type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit RAV-SM 1104UT-E 1404UT-E 1604UT-E 1104UT-E 1404UT-E 1604UT-E
Model
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1604AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7 1604AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR 1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW)
10.0 12.5 14.0 10.0 12.5 14.0
(2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0) (2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW)
11.2 14.0 16.0 11.2 14.0 16.0
(2.4-15.6) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0) (2.4-15.6) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 4.45 - 4.07 6.03 - 5.52 7.55 - 6.91 4.45 6.03 7.55
Power consumption (kW) 2.37 3.46 4.49 2.37 3.46 4.49
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
EER 4.22 3.61 3.12 4.22 3.61 3.12
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A A B
Running current (A) 4.52 - 4.14 5.97 - 5.47 7.26 - 6.65 4.52 5.97 7.26
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.42 3.42 4.30 2.42 3.42 4.30
Heating Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
COP 4.63 4.09 3.72 4.63 4.09 3.72
Energy efficiency class A A A
Maximum current (A) 14.7 14.7 14.7 14.7 14.7 14.7
Indoor unit
Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Appearance
Ceiling panel
Model RBC-U31PG(W,WS)-E , RBC-U31PGS(W,WS)-E
Panel color
W:Moon-white(2.5GY 9.0/0.5),
(Sold separately)
WS:Stripe-white(2.5GY 9.0/0.5,(Gray:8B 3/0.3))
Height (mm) 319 319 319 319 319 319
Main unit Width (mm) 840 840 840 840 840 840
Outer dimension
Depth (mm) 840 840 840 840 840 840
Ceiling panel
Height (mm) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Width (mm) 950 950 950 950 950 950
(Sold separately)
Depth (mm) 950 950 950 950 950 950
Total weight
Main unit (kg) 24 24 24 24 24 24
Ceiling panel (Sold separately) (kg) 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Turbo fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 33.5/24.0/19.5 35.0/24.0/20.5 35.5/25.0/21.0 33.5/24.0/19.5 35.0/24.0/20.5 35.5/25.0/21.0
Motor (W) 68 72 72 68 72 72
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 43/38/33 44/38/34 45/40/36 43/38/33 44/38/34 45/40/36
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 58/53/48 59/53/49 60/55/51 58/53/48 59/53/49 60/55/51
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3 3 3 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 75 75 75 75 75 75
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 75m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Connecting pipe
Gas side (mm) 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
Liquid side (mm) 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 103 103 101 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 51/52 51/53 49/50 51/52 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 68/69 68/70 66/67 68/69 68/70
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<Twin type>
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 564UT-E 804UT-E 804UT-E 564UT-E 804UT-E 804UT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 564UT-E 804UT-E 804UT-E 564UT-E 804UT-E 804UT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1604AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7 1604AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR 1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW)
10.0 12.5 14.0 10.0 12.5 14.0
(2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0) (2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW)
11.2 14.0 16.0 11.2 14.0 16.0
(2.4-15.6) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0) (2.4-15.6) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 4.45 - 4.07 6.03 - 5.52 7.55 - 6.91 4.45 6.03 7.55
Power consumption (kW) 2.37 3.46 4.49 2.37 3.46 4.49
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
EER 4.22 3.61 3.12 4.22 3.61 3.12
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A A B
Running current (A) 4.52 - 4.14 5.97 - 5.47 7.26 - 6.65 4.52 5.97 7.26
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.42 3.42 4.30 2.42 3.42 4.30
Heating Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
COP 4.63 4.09 3.72 4.63 4.09 3.72
Energy efficiency class A A A
Maximum current (A) 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5
Indoor unit
Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Appearance
Ceiling panel
Model RBC-U31PG(W,WS)-E , RBC-U31PGS(W,WS)-E
Panel color
W:Moon-white(2.5GY 9.0/0.5),
(Sold separately)
WS:Stripe-white(2.5GY 9.0/0.5,(Gray:8B 3/0.3))
Height (mm) 256 256 256 256 256 256
Main unit Width (mm) 840 840 840 840 840 840
Outer dimension
Depth (mm) 840 840 840 840 840 840
Ceiling panel
Height (mm) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Width (mm) 950 950 950 950 950 950
(Sold separately)
Depth (mm) 950 950 950 950 950 950
Total weight
Main unit (kg) 20 20 20 20 20 20
Ceiling panel (Sold separately) (kg) 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Turbo fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 17.5/14.5/13.0 20.5/16.0/13.5 20.5/16.0/13.5 17.5/14.5/13.0 20.5/16.0/13.5 20.5/16.0/13.5
Motor (W) 14 20 20 14 20 20
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 32/29/28 35/31/28 35/31/28 32/29/28 35/31/28 35/31/28
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 47/44/43 50/46/43 50/46/43 47/44/43 50/46/43 50/46/43
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3 3 3 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50 50 50 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 15.9 15.9 12.7 15.9 15.9
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 9.5 9.5 6.4 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 103 103 101 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 51/52 51/53 49/50 51/52 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 68/69 68/70 66/67 68/69 68/70
: IEC standard
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<Triple type>
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 564UT-E 564UT-E
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 564UT-E 564UT-E
Model
Indoor unit 3 RAV-SM 564UT-E 564UT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT7
1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 14.0 (2.6-16.0) 14.0 (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 16.0 (2.4-19.0) 16.0 (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V 415V, 50Hz 380V, 60Hz
Running current (A) 7.55 - 6.91 7.55
Power consumption (kW) 4.49 4.49
Cooling Power factor (%) 90 90
EER 3.12 3.12
Electrical
Energy efficiency class B
Running current (A) 7.26 - 6.65 7.26
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 4.30 4.30
Heating Power factor (%) 90 90
COP 3.72 3.72
Energy efficiency class A
Maximum current (A) 14.8 14.8
Indoor unit
Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Appearance
Ceiling panel
Model RBC-U31PG(W,WS)-E , RBC-U31PGS(W,WS)-E
Panel color
W:Moon-white(2.5GY 9.0/0.5),
(Sold separately)
WS:Stripe-white(2.5GY 9.0/0.5,(Gray:8B 3/0.3))
Height (mm) 256 256
Main unit Width (mm) 840 840
Outer dimension
Depth (mm) 840 840
Ceiling panel
Height (mm) 30 30
Width (mm) 950 950
(Sold separately)
Depth (mm) 950 950
Total weight
Main unit (kg) 20 20
Ceiling panel (Sold separately) (kg) 4.2 4.2
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Turbo fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 17.5/14.5/13.0 17.5/14.5/13.0
Motor (W) 14 14
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 32/29/28 32/29/28
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 47/44/43 47/44/43
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 51/53 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 68/70 68/70
: IEC standard
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1-1-2. Concealed Duct Type
<Single type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit RAV-SM 1102BT-E 1402BT-E 1102BT-E 1402BT-E
Model
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW)
10.0 12.5 10.0 12.5
(2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0)
Heating capacity (kW)
11.2 14.0 11.2 14.0
(2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 5.51 - 5.05 6.73 - 6.16 5.51 6.73
Power consumption (kW) 2.94 3.86 2.94 3.86
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 87 81 87
EER 3.40 3.24 3.40 3.24
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A A
Running current (A) 5.18 - 4.74 6.20 - 5.68 5.18 6.20
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.77 3.55 2.77 3.55
Heating Power factor (%) 81 87 81 87
COP 4.04 3.94 4.04 3.94
Energy efficiency class A A
Maximum current (A) 15.6 16.0 15.6 16.0
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Height (mm) 320 320 320 320
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 1350 1350 1350 1350
Depth (mm) 800 800 800 800
Total weight Main unit (kg) 54 54 54 54
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 27.0/23.0/18.9 33.0/28.0/23.1 27.0/23.0/18.9 33.0/28.0/23.1
Motor (W) 120 120 120 120
Fan unit Standard
(Pa) 40
External static
(at shipment)
pressure
Set up
(Pa) 20/40/70/100 20/40/65/90 20/40/70/100 20/40/65/90
for tap exchange
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 42 / 39 / 36 44 / 41 / 38 42 / 39 / 36 44 / 41 / 38
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 57 / 54 / 51 59 / 56 / 53 57 / 54 / 51 59 / 56 / 53
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 75 75 75 75
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 75m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30 30 30
Connecting pipe
Gas side (mm) 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
Liquid side (mm) 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 103 101 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 51/52 49/50 51/52
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 68/69 66/67 68/69
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<Twin type>
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562BT-E 802BT-E 802BT-E 562BT-E 802BT-E 802BT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562BT-E 802BT-E 802BT-E 562BT-E 802BT-E 802BT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1604AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7 1604AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR 1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW)
10.0 12.5 14.0 10.0 12.5 14.0
(2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0) (2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW)
11.2 14.0 16.0 11.2 14.0 16.0
(2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0) (2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 5.51 - 5.05 6.73 - 6.16 8.61 - 7.88 5.51 6.73 8.61
Power consumption (kW) 2.94 3.86 5.12 2.94 3.86 5.12
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
EER 3.40 3.24 2.73 3.40 3.24 2.73
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A A D
Running current (A) 5.18 - 4.74 6.20 - 5.68 7.77 - 7.11 5.18 6.20 7.77
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.77 3.55 4.60 2.77 3.55 4.60
Heating Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
COP 4.04 3.94 3.48 4.04 3.94 3.48
Energy efficiency class A A B
Maximum current (A) 16.4 16.4 16.4 16.4 16.4 16.4
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Height (mm) 320 320 320 320 320 320
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 700 1000 1000 700 1000 1000
Depth (mm) 800 800 800 800 800 800
Total weight Main unit (kg) 30 39 39 30 39 39
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.0/11.9/9.8 19.0/16.2/13.3 19.0/16.2/13.3 13.0/11.9/9.8 19.0/16.2/13.3 19.0/16.2/13.3
Motor (W) 120 120 120 120 120 120
Fan unit Standard
(Pa) 40
External static
(at shipment)
pressure
Set up for
(Pa) 20/40/70/100
tap exchange
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 40/37/33 40/37/34 40/37/34 40/37/33 40/37/34 40/37/34
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 55/52/48 55/52/49 55/52/49 55/52/48 55/52/49 55/52/49
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3 3 3 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50 50 50 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 15.9 15.9 12.7 15.9 15.9
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 9.5 9.5 6.4 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 103 103 101 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 51/52 51/53 49/50 51/52 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 68/69 68/70 66/67 68/69 68/70
: IEC standard
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<Triple type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562BT-E 562BT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562BT-E 562BT-E
Indoor unit 3 RAV-SM 562BT-E 562BT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT7
1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 14.0 (2.6-16.0) 14.0 (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 16.0 (2.4-19.0) 16.0 (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 8.61 - 7.88 8.61
Power consumption (kW) 5.12 5.12
Cooling Power factor (%) 90 90
EER 2.73 2.73
Electrical
Energy efficiency class D
Running current (A) 7.77 7.11 7.77
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 4.60 4.60
Heating Power factor (%) 90 90
COP 3.48 3.48
Energy efficiency class B
Maximum current (A) 16.4 16.4
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Height (mm) 320 320
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 700 700
Depth (mm) 800 800
Total weight Main unit (kg) 30 30
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.0 / 11.9 / 9.8 13.0 / 11.9 / 9.8
Fan unit Motor (W) 120 120
Standard
(Pa) 40
External static
(at shipment)
pressure
Set up for
(Pa) 20/40/70/100
tap exchange
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 40 / 37 / 33 40 / 37 / 33
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 55 / 52 / 48 55 / 52 / 48
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 51/53 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 68/70 68/70
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1-1-3. Under Ceiling Type
<Single type>
Indoor unit RAV-SM 1102CT-E 1402CT-E 1102CT-E 1402CT-E
Model
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW)
10.0 12.5 10.0 12.5
(2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0)
Heating capacity (kW)
11.2 14.0 11.2 14.0
(2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 5.23 - 4.79 6.67 - 6.11 5.23 6.67
Power consumption (kW) 2.79 3.83 2.79 3.83
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 87 81 87
EER (W/W) 3.58 3.26 3.58 3.26
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A A
Running current (A) 4.99 - 4.57 6.46 - 5.92 4.99 6.46
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.67 3.70 2.67 3.70
Heating Power factor (%) 81 87 81 87
COP (W/W) 4.19 3.78 4.19 3.78
Energy efficiency class A A
Maximum current (A) 15.2 15.2 15.2 15.2
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Shine white
Height (mm) 210 210 210 210
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 1595 1595 1595 1595
Depth (mm) 680 680 680 680
Total weight Main unit (kg) 33 33 33 33
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 27.5/24.0/21.2 30.0/26.0/23.1 27.5/24.0/21.2 30.0/26.0/23.1
Motor (W) 120 120 120 120
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 41 / 38 / 35 43 / 40 / 37 41 / 38 / 35 43 / 40 / 37
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 56 / 53 / 50 58 / 55 / 52 56 / 53 / 50 58 / 55 / 52
Connecting pipe Drain port VP20
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 75 75 75 75
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 75m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30 30 30
Connecting pipe
Gas side (mm) 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
Liquid side (mm) 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 103 101 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 51/52 49/50 51/52
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 68/69 66/67 68/69
: IEC standard
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<Twin type>
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562CT-E 802CT-E 802CT-E 562CT-E 802CT-E 802CT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562CT-E 802CT-E 802CT-E 562CT-E 802CT-E 802CT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1604AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7 1604AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR 1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW)
10.0 12.5 14.0 10.0 12.5 14.0
(2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0) (2.6-12.0) (2.6-14.0) (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW)
11.2 14.0 16.0 11.2 14.0 16.0
(2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0) (2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 5.23 - 4.79 6.67 - 6.11 8.39 - 7.68 5.23 6.67 8.39
Power consumption (kW) 2.79 3.83 4.99 2.79 3.83 4.99
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
EER 3.58 3.26 2.81 3.58 3.26 2.81
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A A C
Running current (A) 4.99 - 4.57 6.46 - 5.92 7.77 -7.11 4.99 6.46 7.77
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.67 3.70 4.60 2.67 3.70 4.60
Heating Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
COP 4.19 3.78 3.48 4.19 3.78 3.48
Energy efficiency class A A B
Maximum current (A) 14.8 15.6 15.6 14.8 15.6 15.6
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Shine white
Height (mm) 210 210 210 210 210 210
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 910 1180 1180 910 1180 1180
Depth (mm) 680 680 680 680 680 680
Total weight Main unit (kg) 21 25 25 21 25 25
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.0/11.2/10.0 18.5/16.7/14.6 18.5/16.7/14.6 13.0/11.2/10.0 18.5/16.7/14.6 18.5/16.7/14.6
Motor (W) 60 60 60 60 60 60
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 36/33/30 38/36/33 38/36/33 36/33/30 38/36/33 38/36/33
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 51/48/45 53/51/48 53/51/48 51/48/45 53/51/48 53/51/48
Connecting pipe Drain port VP20
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3 3 3 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50 50 50 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 15.9 15.9 12.7 15.9 15.9
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 9.5 9.5 6.4 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 103 103 101 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 51/52 51/53 49/50 51/52 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 68/69 68/70 66/67 68/69 68/70
: IEC standard
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<Triple type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562CT-E 562CT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562CT-E 562CT-E
Indoor unit 3 RAV-SM 562CT-E 562CT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT7
1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 14.0 (2.6-16.0) 14.0 (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 16.0 (2.4-19.0) 16.0 (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 8.39 - 7.68 8.39
Power consumption (kW) 4.99 4.99
Cooling Power factor (%) 90 90
EER 2.81 2.81
Electrical
Energy efficiency class C
Running current (A) 7.77 -7.11 7.77
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 4.60 4.60
Heating Power factor (%) 90 90
COP 3.48 3.48
Energy efficiency class B
Maximum current (A) 15.3 15.3
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Shine white
Height (mm) 210 210
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 910 910
Depth (mm) 680 680
Total weight Main unit (kg) 21 21
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.0 / 11.2 / 10.0 13.0 / 11.2 / 10.0
Motor (W) 60 60
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 36 / 33 / 30 36 / 33 / 30
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 51 / 48 / 45 51 / 48 / 45
Connecting pipe Drain port VP20
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 51/53 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 68/70 68/70
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1-1-4. High Wall Type
<Twin type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562KRT-E 802KRT-E 802KRT-E 562KRT-E 802KRT-E 802KRT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562KRT-E 802KRT-E 802KRT-E 562KRT-E 802KRT-E 802KRT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1604AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7 1604AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR 1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW)
10.0 12.3 14.0 10.0 12.3 14.0
(2.6-12.0) (2.6-13.5) (2.6-16.0) (2.6-12.0) (2.6-13.5) (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW)
11.2 14.0 16.0 11.2 14.0 16.0
(2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0) (2.4-14.0) (2.4-18.0) (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 5.48 - 5.02 6.97 - 6.38 8.57 - 7.85 5.48 6.97 8.57
Power consumption (kW) 2.92 4.00 5.10 2.92 4.00 5.10
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
EER 3.42 3.08 2.75 3.42 3.08 2.75
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A B D
Running current (A) 5.33 - 4.88 6.78 - 6.20 8.24 - 7.54 5.33 6.78 8.24
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.85 3.88 4.88 2.85 3.88 4.88
Heating Power factor (%) 81 87 90 81 87 90
COP 3.93 3.61 3.28 3.93 3.61 3.28
Energy efficiency class A A C
Maximum current (A) 14.5 14.8 14.8 14.5 14.8 14.8
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Pure white
Height (mm) 298 298 298 298 298 298
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 998 998 998 998 998 998
Depth (mm) 221 221 221 221 221 221
Total weight Main unit (kg) 12 12 12 12 12 12
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Cross flow fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 14.0/12.5/10.7 18.5/14.6/12.2 18.5/14.6/12.2 14.0/12.5/10.7 18.5/14.6/12.2 18.5/14.6/12.2
Motor (W) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 39/36/33 45/41/36 45/41/36 39/36/33 45/41/36 45/41/36
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 54/51/48 60/56/51 60/56/51 54/51/48 60/56/51 60/56/51
Connecting pipe Drain port VP16
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3 3 3 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50 50 50 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30 30 30 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 15.9 15.9 12.7 15.9 15.9
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 9.5 9.5 6.4 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 103 103 101 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 51/52 51/53 49/50 51/52 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 68/69 68/70 66/67 68/69 68/70
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<Triple type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562KRT-E 562KRT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562KRT-E 562KRT-E
Indoor unit 3 RAV-SM 562KRT-E 562KRT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT7
1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 14.0 (2.6-16.0) 14.0 (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 16.0 (2.4-19.0) 16.0 (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 8.57 - 7.85 8.57
Power consumption (kW) 5.10 5.10
Cooling Power factor (%) 90 90
EER 2.75 2.75
Electrical
Energy efficiency class D
Running current (A) 8.24 - 7.54 8.24
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 4.88 4.88
Heating Power factor (%) 90 90
COP 3.28 3.28
Energy efficiency class C
Maximum current (A) 14.9 14.9
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Pure white
Height (mm) 298 298
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 998 998
Depth (mm) 221 221
Total weight Main unit (kg) 12 12
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Cross flow fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 14.0 / 12.5 / 10.7 14.0 / 12.5 / 10.7
Motor (W) 30 30
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 39 / 36 / 33 39 / 36 / 33
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 54 / 51 / 48 54 / 51 / 48
Connecting pipe Drain port VP16
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 51/53 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 68/70 68/70
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1-1-5. Compact 4-Way Cassette (600 600) Type
<Twin type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562MUT-E 562MUT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562MUT-E 562MUT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1104AT7
1104AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 10.0 (2.6-12.0) 10.0 (2.6-12.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 11.2 (2.4-14.0) 11.2 (2.4-14.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 5.23 - 4.79 5.23
Power consumption (kW) 2.79 2.79
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 81
EER 3.58 3.58
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A
Running current (A) 4.99 - 4.57 4.99
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.67 2.67
Heating Power factor (%) 81 81
COP 4.19 4.19
Energy efficiency class A
Maximum current (A) 14.9 14.9
Indoor unit
Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Appearance
Ceiling panel
Model RBC-UM11PG(W)-E
(Sold separately)
Panel color Moon-white ( Muncel 2.5GY 9.0/0.5 )
Height (mm) 268 268
Main unit Width (mm) 575 575
Outer dimension
Depth (mm) 575 575
Ceiling panel
Height (mm) 27 27
Width (mm) 700 700
(Sold separately)
Depth (mm) 700 700
Total weight
Main unit (kg) 16 16
Ceiling panel (Sold separately) (kg) 3 3
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Turbo fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.3 / 11.2 / 9.1 13.3 / 11.2 / 9.1
Motor (W) 60 60
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 43 / 39 / 34 43 / 39 / 34
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 58 / 54 / 49 58 / 54 / 49
Connecting pipe Drain port VP16
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 101
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 49/50
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 66/67
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<Triple type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 562MUT-E 562MUT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 562MUT-E 562MUT-E
Indoor unit 3 RAV-SM 562MUT-E 562MUT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT7
1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 14.0 (2.6-16.0) 14.0 (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 16.0 (2.4-19.0) 16.0 (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 8.39 - 7.68 8.39
Power consumption (kW) 4.99 4.99
Cooling Power factor (%) 90 90
EER 2.81 2.81
Electrical
Energy efficiency class C
Running current (A) 7.77 - 7.11 7.77
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 4.60 4.60
Heating Power factor (%) 90 90
COP 3.48 3.48
Energy efficiency class B
Maximum current (A) 15.4 15.4
Indoor unit
Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Appearance
Ceiling panel
Model RBC-UM11PG(W)-E
(Sold separately)
Panel color Moon-white ( Muncel 2.5GY 9.0/0.5 )
Height (mm) 268 268
Main unit Width (mm) 575 575
Outer dimension
Depth (mm) 575 575
Ceiling panel
Height (mm) 27 27
Width (mm) 700 700
(Sold separately)
Depth (mm) 700 700
Total weight
Main unit (kg) 16 16
Ceiling panel (Sold separately) (kg) 3 3
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Turbo fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.3 / 11.2 / 9.1 13.3 / 11.2 / 9.1
Motor (W) 60 60
Sound pressure level H/M/L (dBA) 43 / 39 / 34 43 / 39 / 34
Sound power level H/M/L (dBA) 58 / 54 / 49 58 / 54 / 49
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 51/53 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 68/70 68/70
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1-1-6. Slim Duct Type
<Twin type>
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 564SDT-E 564SDT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 564SDT-E 564SDT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1104AT7
1104AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 10.0 (2.6-12.0) 10.0 (2.6-12.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 11.2 (2.4-14.0) 11.2 (2.4-14.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 5.23 - 4.79 5.23
Power consumption (kW) 2.79 2.79
Cooling Power factor (%) 81 81
EER 3.58 3.58
Electrical
Energy efficiency class A
Running current (A) 4.99 - 4.57 4.99
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 2.67 2.67
Heating Power factor (%) 81 81
COP 4.19 4.19
Energy efficiency class A
Maximum current (A) 15.1 15.1
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Height (mm) 210 210
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 845 845
Depth (mm) 645 645
Total weight Main unit (kg) 22 22
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.0 / 11.3 / 9.7 13.0 / 11.3 / 9.7
Motor (W) 60 60
Sound pressure level
Under air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 45 / 40 / 36 45 / 40 / 36
Back air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 33 / 31 / 28 33 / 31 / 28
Sound power level
Under air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 60 / 55 / 51 60 / 55 / 51
Back air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 48 / 46 / 43 48 / 46 / 43
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 101 101
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 49/50 49/50
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 66/67 66/67
: IEC standard
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<Triple type>
: IEC standard
Indoor unit 1 RAV-SM 564SDT-E 564SDT-E
Model
Indoor unit 2 RAV-SM 564SDT-E 564SDT-E
Indoor unit 3 RAV-SM 564SDT-E 564SDT-E
Outdoor unit RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT7
1604AT8-TR
Cooling capacity (kW) 14.0 (2.6-16.0) 14.0 (2.6-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 16.0 (2.4-19.0) 16.0 (2.4-19.0)
Power supply
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V - 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
Running current (A) 8.39 - 7.68 8.39
Power consumption (kW) 4.99 4.99
Cooling Power factor (%) 90 90
EER 2.81 2.81
Electrical
Energy efficiency class C
Running current (A) 7.77 - 7.11 7.77
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 4.60 4.60
Heating Power factor (%) 90 90
COP 3.48 3.48
Energy efficiency class B
Maximum current (A) 15.8 15.8
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Height (mm) 210 210
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 845 845
Depth (mm) 645 645
Total weight Main unit (kg) 22 22
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Fan unit Standard air flow H/M/L (m/min) 13.0 / 11.3 / 9.7 13.0 / 11.3 / 9.7
Motor (W) 60 60
Sound pressure level
Under air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 45 / 40 / 36 45 / 40 / 36
Back air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 33 / 31 / 28 33 / 31 / 28
Sound power level
Under air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 60 / 55 / 51 60 / 55 / 51
Back air inlet H/M/L (dBA) 48 / 46 / 43 48 / 46 / 43
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 50 50
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 50m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Gas side
Main (mm) 15.9 15.9
Connecting pipe
Sub (mm) 12.7 12.7
Liquid side
Main (mm) 9.5 9.5
Sub (mm) 6.4 6.4
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 51/53 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 68/70 68/70
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1-1-7. High Static Duct Type
<Single type>
: IEC standard
Model
Indoor unit RAV-SM 1403DT-A 1603DT-A
Outdoor unit RAV-SP 1404AT8-E 1604AT8-E
Cooling capacity (kW) 13.0 (3.3-14.1) 14.3 (3.3-16.0)
Heating capacity (kW) 14.0 (4.2-18.0) 16.0 (4.2-19.0)
Power supply 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 415V 50Hz
Running current (A) 6.89 7.71
Power consumption (kW) 4.32 5.01
Cooling Power factor (%) 87 90
EER 3.01 2.85
Electrical
Energy efficiency class ( B ) ( C )
Running current (A) 5.48 6.85
characteristics
Power consumption (kW) 3.43 4.43
Heating Power factor (%) 87 90
COP 4.08 3.61
Energy efficiency class ( A ) ( A )
Maximum current (A) 16.3 16.3
Indoor unit
Appearance Main unit Zinc hot dipping steel plate
Height (mm) 380
Outer dimension Main unit Width (mm) 1050
Depth (mm) 600
Total weight Main unit (kg) 57
Heat exchanger Finned tube
Fan Centrifugal fan
Standard air flow
at 100pa/HH tap
55.0 58.0
(m/min)
Fan unit
Motor (W) 600
Standard
(Pa) 100
External static
(at HH tap)
pressure
Range
(Pa) 50 250
at HH tap
Sound pressure level H (dBA) 49 50
Sound power level H (dBA) 64 65
Connecting pipe Drain port VP25
Outdoor unit
Standard length (m) 7.5 7.5
Min. length (m) 3 3
Outer dimension
Max. total length (m) 75 75
Over 30m 40g/m (31m to 75m)
Hight difference
Outdoor lower (m) 30 30
Outdoor high (m) 30 30
Connecting pipe
Gas side (mm) 15.9 15.9
Liquid side (mm) 9.5 9.5
Fan Propeller fan
Fan unit Standard air flow high (m/min) 103 103
Motor (W) 100 + 100 100 + 100
Sound pressure level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 51/52 51/53
Sound power level Cooling/Heating (dBA) 68/69 68/70
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1-2. Outdoor Unit
Model Outdoor unit
RAV-SP
RAV-SP
Power supply
Type
Compressor Motor (kW)
Pole
Refirigerant charged (kg)
Refirigerant control
Standard length (m)
Minmum length (m)
Max. total length (m)
Pipe
Additional refrigerant chrge
under long piping connection
Height
Outdoor lower (m)
difference
Outdoor higher (m)
Outer
Height (mm)
Width (mm)
dimension
Depth (mm)
Appearance
Total weight (kg)
Heat exchanger
Connecting pipe
Gas side (mm)
Liquid side (mm)
Fan
Fan unit Standard air flow (m/min)
Motor (W)
Sound pressure level
Cooling/Heating
(dBA)
Sound power level
Cooling/Heating
(dBA)
Outside air temperature, cooling (C)
Outside air temperature, Heating (C)
1104AT8-E 1404AT8-E 1604AT8-E 1104AT7 1404AT7 1604AT7
1104AT8-TR 1404AT8-TR 1604AT8-TR
3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole) 3 phase 4wired (3N-4pole)
380V 415V 50Hz 380V 60Hz
(Power exclusive to outdoor required.) (Power exclusive to outdoor required.)
Hermetic compressor
3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75
4 4 4 4 4 4
3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1
Pulse motor valve
7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
3 3 3 3 3 3
75 75 75 75 75 75
40g/m (31m to 75m)
30 30 30 30 30 30
30 30 30 30 30 30
1340 1340 1340 1340 1340 1340
900 900 900 900 900 900
320 320 320 320 320 320
Silky shade (Muncel 1Y8.5-0.5)
95 95 95 95 95 95
Finned tube
15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9 15.9
9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5
Propeller fan
101 103 103 101 103 103
100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100 100 + 100
49/50 51/52 51/53 49/50 51/52 51/53
66/67 68/69 68/70 66/67 68/69 68/70
46 to 15C
15 to 20C
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1-3. Operation Characteristic Curve
Operation characteristic curve, 50Hz <Super Digital Inverter>
RAV-SP1104AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
RAV-SP1404AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
RAV-SP1604AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
<Cooling> <Heating>
Operation characteristic curve, 60Hz <Super Digital Inverter>
RAV-SP1104AT7 (Z) (ZG)
RAV-SP1404AT7 (Z) (ZG)
RAV-SP1604AT7 (Z) (ZG)
<Cooling> <Heating>
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SP110
Compressor speed (rps)
Compressor speed (rps)
Compressor speed (rps)
Conditions
Indoor : DB27C/WB19C
Outdoor : DB35C
Air flow : High
Pipe length : 7.5m
400V, 50Hz (3 phase)
Conditions
Indoor : DB27C/WB19C
Outdoor : DB35C
Air flow : High
Pipe length : 7.5m
380V, 60Hz (3 phase)
Conditions
Indoor : DB20C
Outdoor : DB7C/WB6C
Air flow : High
Pipe length : 7.5m
400V, 50Hz (3 phase)
Conditions
Indoor : DB20C
Outdoor : DB7C/WB6C
Air flow : High
Pipe length : 7.5m
380V, 60Hz (3 phase)
SP160
SP160
SP140
SP110
SP140
SP110
SP160
SP160
SP140
SP110
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Capacity variation ratio according to temperature
RAV-SP1104AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
RAV-SP1404AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
RAV-SP1604AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
RAV-SP1104AT7 (Z) (ZG)
RAV-SP1404AT7 (Z) (ZG)
RAV-SP1604AT7 (Z) (ZG)
<Cooling> <Heating>
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
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Indoor air flow : High
Pipe length : 7.5m
Conditions
Indoor : DB27C/WB19C
Indoor air flow : High
Pipe length : 7.5m
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2. CONSTRUCTION VIEWS (EXTERNAL VIEWS)
2-1. Outdoor Unit
RAV-SP1104AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR, RAV-SP1404AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR, RAV-SP1604AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
RAV-SP1104AT7 (Z) (ZG), RAV-SP1404AT7 (Z) (ZG), RAV-SP1604AT7 (Z) (ZG)
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RBC-TWP30E2, RBC-TWP50E2 (Simultaneous Twin)
Inner diameter C
Inner
diameter D
Inner
diameter D
A
B
Model (RBC-)
TWP30E2
Liquid side
Gas side
TWP50E2
Liquid side
Gas side
A B C D
36 14 9.5 6.4
43 23 15.9 12.7
34 14 9.5 9.5
44 21 15.9 15.9
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RBC-TRP100E (Simultaneous Triple)
<Gas side>
Header assembly
<Liquid side>
Branch pipe assembly
Gas side socket Liquid side socket
15.9
(External
diameter)
9.5
(External
diameter)
12.7
(External
diameter)
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Inner diameter
9.52
Insulator
300
80 80 100
80 80 100
12.7
6.4
9.5
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3 pcs. 3 pcs. 1 pc.
1 pc.
1 pc.
25.4
(External
diameter)
15.9
4
6
1
2
1 pc.
35
In cooling operation
In heating operation
25 L180
25 L210
TS sensor
P
Pressure
switch
TO sensor
TE sensor
TD sensor
TL sensor
Cooling: High pressure
Heating: Low pressure
Cooling: Low pressure
Heating: High pressure
Check joint
Heat exchanger
8, 2 rows, 52 stages
FP1.45, flat fin
Accumulator
(2500cc)
Rotary compressor
(DA422A3F-27M)
PMV
Capillary
4 3 (6 pcs.)
Strainer
Strainer
Refrigerant pipe
at liquid side 9.5
Packed valve
Refrigerant pipe
at gas side 15.9
Ball valve
Distributor
Muffler Muffler
RAV-SP110 type
This compressor has 4-pole motor. The value when compressor frequency (Hz) is measured by a clamp
meter becomes 2 times of No. of compressor revolutions (rps).
3. OUTDOOR UNIT REFRIGERATING CYCLE DIAGRAM
RAV-SP140 type
Standard
Cooling Overload
Low load
Standard
Heating Overload
Low load
Pressure
(MPa) (kg/cmg)
Pd Ps Pd Ps
2.59 0.98 26.4 10.0
3.30 1.09 33.7 11.1
1.74 0.75 17.8 7.7
2.35 0.71 24.0 7.2
3.22 1.17 32.9 11.9
2.55 0.20 26.0 2.0
Pipe surface temperature (C)
Discharge Suction
Indoor heat Outdoor heat
exchanger exchanger
(TD) (TS) (TC) (TL) (TE)
66 13 13 44 42
78 9 13 49 43
46 7 5 32 25
65 3 39 7 3
73 19 54 14 15
99 23 45 19 19
Compressor
drive revolution
frequency
(rps)
40
53
21
43
26
96
Indoor
fan
HIGH
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
Indoor/Outdoor
temp. conditions
(DB/WB) (C)
Indoor Outdoor
27/19 35/
32/24 43/
18/15.5 5/
20/ 7/6
30/ 24/18
15/ 15/
Standard
Cooling Overload
Low load
Standard
Heating Overload
Low load
Pressure
(MPa) (kg/cmg)
Pd Ps Pd Ps
2.77 0.87 28.3 8.9
3.50 0.98 35.7 10.0
1.75 0.76 17.9 7.8
2.66 0.67 27.1 6.8
3.13 1.05 31.9 10.7
2.48 0.20 25.3 2.0
Pipe surface temperature (C)
Discharge Suction
Indoor heat Outdoor heat
exchanger exchanger
(TD) (TS) (TC) (TL) (TE)
74 12 10 46 42
84 10 14 54 46
47 8 6 33 25
75 2 44 7 3
72 16 53 12 13
98 23 44 19 19
Compressor
drive revolution
frequency
(rps)
54
64
21
55
26
96
Indoor
fan
HIGH
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
Indoor/Outdoor
temp. conditions
(DB/WB) (C)
Indoor Outdoor
27/19 35/
32/24 43/
18/15.5 5/
20/ 7/6
30/ 24/18
15/ 15/
RAV-SP160 type
Standard
Cooling Overload
Low load
Standard
Heating Overload
Low load
Pressure
(MPa) (kg/cmg)
Pd Ps Pd Ps
2.89 0.78 29.5 8.0
3.61 0.90 36.8 9.2
1.75 0.77 17.9 7.9
2.88 0.65 29.4 6.6
3.04 1.05 31.0 10.7
2.48 0.20 25.3 2.0
Pipe surface temperature (C)
Discharge Suction
Indoor heat Outdoor heat
exchanger exchanger
(TD) (TS) (TC) (TL) (TE)
81 10 9 48 43
88 11 15 57 49
48 9 7 33 26
82 2 47 7 3
71 16 52 12 13
98 23 44 19 19
Compressor
drive revolution
frequency
(rps)
65
74
21
63
26
96
Indoor
fan
HIGH
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
Indoor/Outdoor
temp. conditions
(DB/WB) (C)
Indoor Outdoor
27/19 35/
32/24 43/
18/15.5 5/
20/ 7/6
30/ 24/18
15/ 15/
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4. WIRING DIAGRAM
4-1. Outdoor Unit
RAV-SP1104AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR, RAV-SP1404AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR, RAV-SP1604AT8 (Z) (ZG)-E, -TR
RAV-SP1104AT7 (Z) (ZG), RAV-SP1404AT7 (Z) (ZG), RAV-SP1604AT7 (Z) (ZG)
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5. SPECIFICATIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS
5-1. Outdoor Unit
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Parts name
Compressor
Outdoor fan motor
4-way valve coil
PMV coil
High pressure switch
Reactor
Reactor
Reactor
P.C. board (Compressor drive)
P.C. board (Fan motor drive)
P.C. board (Control)
P.C. board (Noise filter)
Outdoor temp. sensor (TO sensor)
Discharge temp. sensor (TD sensor)
Suction temp. sensor (TS sensor)
Heat exchanger sensor (TE sensor)
Heat exchanger mid. temp. sensor (TL sensor)
Fuse
Fuse (Mounted on P.C. board, MCC-1596)
Fuse (Mounted on P.C. board, MCC-1596)
Fuse (Mounted on P.C. board, MCC-1597)
Fuse (Mounted on P.C. board, MCC-1597)
Fuse (Mounted on P.C. board, MCC-1599)
Fuse (Mounted on P.C. board, MCC-1600)
Relay
Posistor
Compressor thermo.
Type
DA422A3F-27M
ICF-280-A100-1
STF-01AJ502E1
UKV-A038
ACB-4UB83W
CH-78
CH-68
CH-56
MCC-1596
MCC-1597
MCC-1599
MCC-1600

TLC 10A
GAC1 31.5A
SCT 3.15A
GDM 250V 15A
SCT 3.15A
FJL 250V 3.15A
ET 6.3A
EL200/240A2-F(M)
ZPR0YCE 101A 500
US-622
Specifications

DC 280 V, 100 W
AC 220 240 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 12 V
OFF : 4.15 MPa
4.2 mH, 16 A
18 mH, 5 A
5.8 mH, 18.5 A

10 k: at 25C
50 k: at 25C
10 k: at 25C
10 k: at 25C
50 k: at 25C
10 A, 250 V
31.5 A, 500 V
T3.15 A, AC 250 V
15 A, 250 V
T3.15 A, AC 250 V
T3.15 A, AC 250 V
T6.3 A, AC 250 V
Contact : AC 480 V, 20A
100 :, 500 V
OFF : 125 4 C, ON : 60 5 C
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6. REFRIGERANT R410A
This air conditioner adopts the new refrigerant HFC
(R410A) which does not damage the ozone layer.
The working pressure of the new refrigerant R410A
is 1.6 times higher than conventional refrigerant
(R22). The refrigerating oil is also changed in
accordance with change of refrigerant, so be careful
that water, dust, and existing refrigerant or
refrigerating oil are not entered in the refrigerant
cycle of the air conditioner using the new refrigerant
during installation work or servicing time.
The next section describes the precautions for air
conditioner using the new refrigerant.
Conforming to contents of the next section together
with the general cautions included in this manual,
perform the correct and safe work.
6-1. Safety During Installation/Servicing
As R410As pressure is about 1.6 times higher than
that of R22, improper installation/servicing may
cause a serious trouble. By using tools and
materials exclusive for R410A, it is necessary to
carry out installation/servicing safely while taking
the following precautions into consideration.
1. Never use refrigerant other than R410A in an air
conditioner which is designed to operate with
R410A.
If other refrigerant than R410A is mixed,
pressure in the refrigeration cycle becomes
abnormally high, and it may cause personal
injury, etc. by a rupture.
2. Confirm the used refrigerant name, and use
tools and materials exclusive for the refrigerant
R410A.
The refrigerant name R410A is indicated on the
visible place of the outdoor unit of the air
conditioner using R410A as refrigerant.
To prevent mischarging, the diameter of the
service port differs from that of R22.
3. If a refrigeration gas leakage occurs during
installation/servicing, be sure to ventilate fully.
If the refrigerant gas comes into contact with fire,
a poisonous gas may occur.
4. When installing or removing an air conditioner,
do not allow air or moisture to remain in the
refrigeration cycle.
Otherwise, pressure in the refrigeration cycle
may become abnormally high so that a rupture
or personal injury may be caused.
5. After completion of installation work, check to
make sure that there is no refrigeration gas
leakage.
If the refrigerant gas leaks into the room, coming
into contact with fire in the fan-driven heater,
space heater, etc., a poisonous gas may occur.
6. When an air conditioning system charged with a
large volume of refrigerant is installed in a small
room, it is necessary to exercise care so that,
even when refrigerant leaks, its concentration
does not exceed the marginal level.
If the refrigerant gas leakage occurs and its
concentration exceeds the marginal level, an
oxygen starvation accident may result.
7. Be sure to carry out installation or removal
according to the installation manual.
Improper installation may cause refrigeration
trouble, water leakage, electric shock, fire, etc.
8. Unauthorized modifications to the air conditioner
may be dangerous. If a breakdown occurs
please call a qualified air conditioner technician
or electrician.
Improper repair may result in water leakage,
electric shock and fire, etc.
6-2. Refrigerant Piping Installation
6-2-1. Piping Materials and Joints Used
For the refrigerant piping installation, copper pipes
and joints are mainly used.
Copper pipes and joints suitable for the refrigerant
must be chosen and installed.
Furthermore, it is necessary to use clean copper
pipes and joints whose interior surfaces are less
affected by contaminants.
1. Copper Pipes
It is necessary to use seamless copper pipes
which are made of either copper or copper alloy
and it is desirable that the amount of residual oil
is less than 40 mg/10 m.
Do not use copper pipes having a collapsed,
deformed or discolored portion (especially on
the interior surface).
Otherwise, the expansion valve or capillary tube
may become blocked with contaminants.
As an air conditioner using R410A incurs pres-
sure higher than when using R22, it is necessary
to choose adequate materials.
Thicknesses of copper pipes used with R410A
are as shown in Table 6-2-1. Never use copper
pipes thinner than 0.8mm even when it is avail-
able on the market.
NOTE
Refer to the 6-6. Instructions for Re-use Piping
of R22 or R407C.
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Table 6-2-1 Thicknesses of annealed copper pipes
1. Joints
For copper pipes, flare joints or socket joints are used. Prior to use, be sure to remove all contaminants.
a) Flare Joints
Flare joints used to connect the copper pipes cannot be used for pipings whose outer diameter exceeds
20 mm. In such a case, socket joints can be used.
Sizes of flare pipe ends, flare joint ends and flare nuts are as shown in Tables 6-2-3 to 6-2-5 below.
b) Socket Joints
Socket joints are such that they are brazed for connections, and used mainly for thick pipings whose
diameter is larger than 20 mm. Thicknesses of socket joints are as shown in Table 6-2-2.
Table 6-2-2 Minimum thicknesses of socket joints
6-2-2. Processing of Piping Materials
When performing the refrigerant piping installation, care should be taken to ensure that water or dust does not
enter the pipe interior, that no other oil other than lubricating oils used in the installed air conditioner is used,
and that refrigerant does not leak.
When using lubricating oils in the piping processing, use such lubricating oils whose water content has been
removed. When stored, be sure to seal the container with an airtight cap or any other cover.
1. Flare Processing Procedures and Precautions
a) Cutting the Pipe
By means of a pipe cutter, slowly cut the pipe so that it is not deformed.
b) Removing Burrs and Chips
If the flared section has chips or burrs, refrigerant leakage may occur.
Carefully remove all burrs and clean the cut surface before installation.
Nominal diameter
1/4
3/8
1/2
5/8
Outer diameter (mm)
6.4
9.5
12.7
15.9
Thickness (mm)
R410A R22
0.80 0.80
0.80 0.80
0.80 0.80
1.00 1.00
Nominal diameter
1/4
3/8
1/2
5/8
Reference outer diameter of
copper pipe jointed (mm)
6.4
9.5
12.7
15.9
Minimum joint thickness
(mm)
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
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c) Insertion of Flare Nut
d) Flare Processing
Make certain that a clamp bar and copper pipe have been cleaned.
By means of the clamp bar, perform the flare processing correctly.
Use either a flare tool for R410A or conventional flare tool.
Flare processing dimensions differ according
to the type of flare tool.
When using a conventional flare tool, be sure
to secure dimension A by using a gauge for
size adjustment.
Fig. 6-2-1 Flare processing dimensions
Table 6-2-3 Dimensions related to flare processing for R410A / R22
A
D
Table 6-2-4 Flare and flare nut dimensions for R410A
Table 6-2-5 Flare and flare nut dimensions for R22
Nominal
diameter
1/4
3/8
1/2
5/8
3/4
Outer diameter
(mm)
6.4
9.5
12.7
15.9
19.1
Thickness
(mm)
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.0
1.0
Dimension (mm)
A B C D
9.1 9.2 6.5 13
13.0 13.5 9.7 20
16.2 16.0 12.9 20
19.4 19.0 16.0 23
23.3 24.0 19.2 34
Flare nut width
(mm)
17
22
24
27
36
Nominal
diameter
1/4
3/8
1/2
5/8
3/4
Outer diameter
(mm)
6.4
9.5
12.7
15.9
19.1
Thickness
(mm)
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.0
1.2
Dimension (mm)
A B C D
9.1 9.2 6.5 13
13.2 13.5 9.7 20
16.6 16.0 12.9 23
19.7 19.0 16.0 25
24.0 19.2 28
Flare nut width
(mm)
17
22
26
29
36
Nominal
diameter
1/4
3/8
1/2
5/8
3/4
Outer
diameter
(mm)
6.4
9.5
12.7
15.9
19.1
Thickness
(mm)
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.0
1.2
A (mm)
Flare tool for
R410A, R22
clutch type
0 to 0.5
0 to 0.5
0 to 0.5
0 to 0.5
0 to 0.5
Conventional flare tool
(R410A)
Clutch type Wing nut type
1.0 to 1.5 1.5 to 2.0
1.0 to 1.5 1.5 to 2.0
1.0 to 1.5 2.0 to 2.5
1.0 to 1.5 2.0 to 2.5
1.0 to 1.5 2.0 to 2.5
Conventional flare tool
(R22)
Clutch type Wing nut type
0.5 to 1.0 1.0 to 1.5
0.5 to 1.0 1.0 to 1.5
0.5 to 1.0 1.5 to 2.0
0.5 to 1.0 1.5 to 2.0

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4
3

t
o

4
5

4
5

to
4
6

A B C D
Fig. 6-2-2 Relations between flare nut and flare seal surface
2. Flare Connecting Procedures and Precautions
a) Make sure that the flare and union portions do not have any scar or dust, etc.
b) Correctly align the processed flare surface with the union axis.
c) Tighten the flare with designated torque by means of a torque wrench.
The tightening torque for R410A is the same as that for conventional R22.
Incidentally, when the torque is weak, the gas leakage may occur.
When it is strong, the flare nut may crack and may be made non-removable.
When choosing the tightening torque, comply with values designated by manufacturers.
Table 6-2-6 shows reference values.
NOTE
When applying oil to the flare surface, be sure to use oil designated by the manufacturer.
If any other oil is used, the lubricating oils may deteriorate and cause the compressor to burn out.
Table 6-2-6 Tightening torque of flare for R410A [Reference values]
Nominal
diameter
1/4
3/8
1/2
5/8
3/4
Outer diameter
(mm)
6.4
9.5
12.7
15.9
19.1
Tightening torque
Nm (kgfm)
14 to 18 (1.4 to 1.8)
33 to 42 (3.3 to 4.2)
50 to 62 (5.0 to 6.2)
63 to 77 (6.3 to 7.7)
100 to 120 (10.0 to 12.0)
Tightening torque of torque
wrenches available on the market
Nm (kgfm)
16 (1.6), 18 (1.8)
42 (4.2)
55 (5.5)
65 (6.5)

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6-3. Tools
6-3-1. Required Tools
Refer to the 4. Tools
6-4. Recharging of Refrigerant
When it is necessary to recharge refrigerant, charge the specified amount of new refrigerant according to the
following steps.
(INDOOR unit) (Liquid side)
Refrigerant cylinder
(With siphon pipe)
Check valve
(Gas side)
Open/Close valve
for charging
Electronic balance for refrigerant charging
Opened
(OUTDOOR unit)
Closed
Service port
Connect the charge hose to packed valve service port
at the outdoor units gas side.
Recover the refrigerant, and check no refrigerant
remains in the equipment.
(For refrigerant charging, see the figure below.)
Connect the charge hose of the vacuum pump adapter.
Open fully both packed valves at liquid and gas sides.
Place the handle of the gauge manifold Low in the fully
opened position, and turn on the vacuum pumps power switch.
Then, evacuating the refrigerant in the cycle.
When the compound gauges pointer has indicated
0.1 Mpa (76 cmHg), place the handle Low in the
fully closed position, and turn off the vacuum
pumps power switch.
Keep the status as it is for 1 to 2 minutes, and
ensure that the compound gauges pointer
does not return.
Set the refrigerant cylinder to the electronic balance,
connect the connecting hose to the cylinder and
the connecting port of the electronic balance, and
charge liquid refrigerant.
1) Never charge refrigerant exceeding the specified amount.
2) If the specified amount of refrigerant cannot be charged, charge refrigerant bit by bit in COOL mode.
3) Do not carry out additional charging.
When additional charging is carried out if refrigerant leaks, the refrigerant composition changes in the refrigera-
tion cycle, that is characteristics of the air conditioner changes, refrigerant exceeding the specified amount is
charged, and working pressure in the refrigeration cycle becomes abnormally high pressure, and may cause a
rupture or personal injury.
Fig. 6-4-1 Configuration of refrigerant charging
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Gauge manifold
[ Cylinder with siphon ] [ Cylinder without siphon ]
OUTDOOR unit
Gauge manifold
OUTDOOR unit
Refrigerant
cylinder
Electronic
balance
R e f r i g e r a n t
c y l i n d e r
Electronic
balance
Siphon
1) Be sure to make setting so that liquid can be charged.
2) When using a cylinder equipped with a siphon, liquid can be charged without turning it upside down.
It is necessary for charging refrigerant under condition of liquid because R410A is mixed type of refrigerant.
Accordingly, when charging refrigerant from the refrigerant cylinder to the equipment, charge it turning the
cylinder upside down if cylinder is not equipped with siphon.
R410A refrigerant is HFC mixed refrigerant.
Therefore, if it is charged with gas, the composition
of the charged refrigerant changes and the
characteristics of the equipment varies.
Fig. 6-4-2
6-5. Brazing of Pipes
6-5-1. Materials for Brazing
1. Silver brazing filler
Silver brazing filler is an alloy mainly composed
of silver and copper.
It is used to join iron, copper or copper alloy, and
is relatively expensive though it excels in
solderability.
2. Phosphor bronze brazing filler
Phosphor bronze brazing filler is generally used
to join copper or copper alloy.
3. Low temperature brazing filler
Low temperature brazing filler is generally called
solder, and is an alloy of tin and lead.
Since it is weak in adhesive strength, do not use
it for refrigerant pipes.
1) Phosphor bronze brazing filler tends to react with
sulfur and produce a fragile compound water
solution, which may cause a gas leakage.
Therefore, use any other type of brazing filler at
a hot spring resort, etc., and coat the surface
with a paint.
2) When performing brazing again at time of
servicing, use the same type of brazing filler.
6-5-2. Flux
1. Reason why flux is necessary
By removing the oxide film and any foreign
matter on the metal surface, it assists the flow
of brazing filler.
In the brazing process, it prevents the metal
surface from being oxidized.
By reducing the brazing filler's surface tension,
the brazing filler adheres better to the treated
metal.
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Nitrogen gas
cylinder
Pipe
Flow meter
M
Stop valve
From Nitrogen cylinder
Nitrogen
gas
Rubber plug
2. Characteristics required for flux
Activated temperature of flux coincides with
the brazing temperature.
Due to a wide effective temperature range, flux
is hard to carbonize.
It is easy to remove slag after brazing.
The corrosive action to the treated metal and
brazing filler is minimum.
It excels in coating performance and is
harmless to the human body.
As the flux works in a complicated manner as
described above, it is necessary to select an
adequate type of flux according to the type and
shape of treated metal, type of brazing filler and
brazing method, etc.
3. Types of flux
Noncorrosive flux
Generally, it is a compound of borax and boric
acid.
It is effective in case where the brazing
temperature is higher than 800C.
Activated flux
Most of fluxes generally used for silver brazing
are this type.
It features an increased oxide film removing
capability due to the addition of compounds
such as potassium fluoride, potassium chloride
and sodium fluoride to the borax-boric acid
compound.
4. Piping materials for brazing and used
brazing filler/flux
1) Do not enter flux into the refrigeration cycle.
2) When chlorine contained in the flux remains
within the pipe, the lubricating oil deteriorates.
Therefore, use a flux which does not contain
chlorine.
3) When adding water to the flux, use water which
does not contain chlorine
(e.g. distilled water or ion-exchange water).
4) Remove the flux after brazing.
6-5-3. Brazing
As brazing work requires sophisticated techniques,
experiences based upon a theoretical knowledge, it
must be performed by a person qualified.
In order to prevent the oxide film from occurring in
the pipe interior during brazing, it is effective to
proceed with brazing while letting dry Nitrogen gas
flow.
Never use gas other than Nitrogen gas.
1. Brazing method to prevent oxidation
1) Attach a reducing valve and a flow-meter to
the Nitrogen gas cylinder.
2) Use a copper pipe to direct the piping
material, and attach a flow-meter to the
cylinder.
3) Apply a seal onto the clearance between the
piping material and inserted copper pipe for
Nitrogen in order to prevent backflow of the
Nitrogen gas.
4) When the Nitrogen gas is flowing, be sure to
keep the piping end open.
5) Adjust the flow rate of Nitrogen gas so that it
is lower than 0.05 m/Hr or 0.02 MPa
(0.2kgf/cm) by means of the reducing valve.
6) After performing the steps above, keep the
Nitrogen gas flowing until the pipe cools down
to a certain extent (temperature at which
pipes are touchable with hands).
7) Remove the flux completely after brazing.
Fig. 6-5-1 Prevention of oxidation during brazing
Piping material
Copper - Copper
Copper - Iron
Iron - Iron
Used brazing filler
Phosphor copper
Silver
Silver
Used flux
Do not use
Paste flux
Vapor flux
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6-6. Instructions for Re-use Piping of R22 or R407C
Instruction of Works:
The existing R22 and R407C piping can be
reused for our digital inverter R410A products
installations.
NOTE)
Confirmation of existence of scratch or dent of the
former pipes to be applied and also confirmation of
reliability of the pipe strength are conventionally
referred to the local site.
If the definite conditions can be cleared,
it is possible to update the existing R22 and
R407C pipes to those for R410A models.
6-6-1. Basic Conditions Needed to Reuse the
Existing Pipe
Check and observe three conditions of the refrigerant
piping works.
1. Dry (There is no moisture inside of the pipes.)
2. Clean (There is no dust inside of the pipes.)
3. Tight (There is no refrigerant leak.)
6-6-2. Restricted Items to Use the Existing Pipes
In the following cases, the existing pipes cannot be
reused as they are. Clean the existing pipes or ex-
change them with new pipes.
1. When a scratch or dent is heavy, be sure to use the
new pipes for the works.
2. When the thickness of the existing pipe is thinner
than the specified Pipe diameter and thickness be
sure to use the new pipes for the works.
The operating pressure of R410A is high
(1.6 times of R22 and R407C). If there is a scratch
or dent on the pipe or thinner pipe is used, the
pressure strength is poor and may cause break-
age of the pipe at the worst.
Pipe diameter and thickness (mm)
Pipe outer diameter
R410A
Thickness
R22
(R407C)
6.4 9.5 12.7 15.9 19.0
0.8 0.8 0.8 1.0 1.0
In case that the pipe diameter is 12.7 mm or
less and the thickness is less than 0.7 mm, be
sure to use the new pipes for works.
3. The pipes are left as coming out or gas leaks.
(Poor refrigerant)
There is possibility that rain water or air including
moisture enters in the pipe.
4. Refrigerant recovery is impossible.
(Refrigerant recovery by the pump-down operation
on the existing air conditioner)
There is possibility that a large quantity of poor oil
or moisture remains inside of the pipe.
5. A dryer on the market is attached to the existing pipes.
There is possibility that copper green rust
generated.
6. Check the oil when the existing air conditioner was
removed after refrigerant had been recovered.
In this case, if the oil is judged as clearly different
compared with normal oil
The refrigerator oil is copper rust green :
There is possibility that moisture is mixed with the
oil and rust generates inside of the pipe.
There is discolored oil, a large quantity of the
remains, or bad smell.
A large quantity of sparkle remained wear-out
powder is observed in the refrigerator oil.
7. The air conditioner which compressor was ex-
changed due to a faulty compressor.
When the discolored oil, a large quantity of the
remains, mixture of foreign matter, or a large
quantity of sparkle remained wear-out powder is
observed, the cause of trouble will occur.
8. Installation and removal of the air conditioner are
repeated with temporary installation by lease and
etc.
9. In case that type of the refrigerator oil of the
existing air conditioner is other than the following oil
(Mineral oil), Suniso, Freol-S, MS (Synthetic oil),
alkyl benzene (HAB, Barrel-freeze), ester series,
PVE only of ether series.
Winding-insulation of the compressor may
become inferior.
NOTE)
The above descriptions are results of confirmation by
our company and they are views on our air
conditioners, but they do not guarantee the use of the
existing pipes of the air conditioner that adopted
R410A in other companies.
6-6-3. Branching Pipe for Simultaneous
Operation System
In the concurrent twin system, when TOSHIBA-
specified branching pipe is used, it can be reused.
Branching pipe model name:
RBC-TWP30E2, RBC-TWP50E2, RBC-TRP100E.
On the existing air conditioner for simultaneous
operation system (twin system), there is a case of
using branch pipe that has insufficient compressive
strength. In this case please change it to the branch
pipe for R410A.
6-6-4. Curing of Pipes
When removing and opening the indoor unit or outdoor
unit for a long time, cure the pipes as follows:
Otherwise rust may generate when moisture or
foreign matter due to dewing enters in the pipes.
The rust cannot be removed by cleaning, and a new
piping work is necessary.
Place position
Outdoors
Indoors
Term
1 month or more
Less than 1 month
Every time
Curing manner
Pinching
Pinching or taping
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6-6-5. Final Installation Checks
Do not apply the refrigerator oil to the flare surface.
Existing pipe: NO * Use a new pipes.
Clean the pipes or use the new pipes.
Trial run
Is it possible to operate the existing air conditioner?
Was not largely discolored oil or
a large quantity of remains discharged?
(When the oil deteriorates, the color of the
oil changes to muddy and black color.)
After the existing air conditioner operated in cooling mode
for approx. 30 minutes or longer*, recover the refrigerant.
For cooling the pipes and recovering of oil
Refrigerant recovery: Pump down method
Remove the existing air conditioner from the piping and
carry out flashing (nitrogen pressure 0.5 Mpa) to remove
the remains inside of the pipe.
Note] In case of twin, also be sure to flash the
branching pipe.
Connect the indoor/outdoor units to the existing pipe.
Use a flare nut attached to the main unit for the
indoor/outdoor units.
(Do not use the flare nut of the existing pipe.)
Re-machine the flare machining size to size for R410A.
(Airtight test), Vacuum dry, Refrigerant charge,
Gas leak check
When using a 19.1 mm pipe for the gas pipe of the first
branching pipe machining size due to pipe compression.
Turn the existing pipe switch on the cycle control
P.C. board of the outdoor unit to ON side.
At shipment from factory OFF ON for existing pipe
(Refer to the table below.)
(Be sure to set the contents in the table below in order
to restrict the refrigerating cycle pressure of the
equipment in the pipe standard.)
Existing pipe SW
Nitrogen gas pressure 0.5 Mpa
H
A
(If there is discharge of remains,
it is judged that there is a large quantity of remains.)
If you are in trouble of
pipe cleaning, please contact us.
Piping necessary to change the flare nut/
machining size due to pipe compression.
1) Flare nut width: H
2) Flare machining size: A
(mm)
36
19.1
29
15.9
26
27 24
12.7
22
9.5
17
6.4
Same
as above
Copper pipe
outer dia.
For R22
For R410A
Same as above
(mm)
24.0
19.1
19.7
15.9
16.6
12.7
13.2
9.5
9.1
23.3 19.4 16.2 13.0 9.0
6.4
Copper pipe
outer dia.
For R22
For R410A
Becomes large a little for R410A
Switch
Bit 3 of SW802 ON
Is there no scratch or dent on the existing pipes?
YES
YES
NO
NO
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6-6-6. Handling of Existing Pipe
When using the existing pipe, carefully check it for
the following:
Wall thickness (within the specified range)
Scratches and dents
Water, oil, dirt, or dust in the pipe
Flare looseness and leakage from welds
Deterioration of copper pipe and heat insulator
Cautions for using existing pipe
Do not reuse the flare to prevent gas leak.
Replace it with the supplied flare nut and then
process it to a flare.
Blow nitrogen gas or use an appropriate means to
keep the inside of the pipe clean.
If discolored oil or much residue is discharged,
wash the pipe.
Check welds, if any, on the pipe for gas leak.
When the pipe corresponds to any of the following,
do not use it. Install a new pipe instead.
The pipe has been open (disconnected from indoor
unit or outdoor unit) for a long period.
The pipe has been connected to an outdoor unit
that does not use refrigerant R22, R410A or R407C.
The existing pipe must have a wall thickness equal
to or larger than the following thickness.
Never use any pipe with a wall thickness less than
these thicknesses due to insufficient pressure
capacity.
To use an existing 19.1 mm pipe, set bit 3 of
SW802 (switch for existing pipe) on the P.C. board
of the outdoor unit to ON.
In this case, the heating performance may be
reduced depending on the outside air temperature
and room temperature.
Reference outside diameter
(mm)
9.5
15.9
19.1
Wall thickness
(mm)
0.8
1.0
1.0
SW802
When shipped from factory When using existing pipe
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
6-6-7. Recovery Method of Refrigerant
Use the refrigerant recovery switch SW801 on the
P.C. board of the outdoor unit to recover refrigerant
when the indoor unit or outdoor unit is moved.
Procedure
1. Turn on the power of the air conditioner.
2. Select the FAN mode for indoor unit operation
with the remote controller.
3. Set SW804 on the P.C. board of the outdoor unit
to all OFF, and then push SW801 for one second
or more.
The air conditioner enters the forced cooling
mode for up to 10 minutes.
Operation or handling the valve to recover
refrigerant during this time period.
4. Upon completion of refrigerant recovery, close
the valve and push SW801 for at least one
second to stop operation.
5. Turn off the power.
DANGER
Take care for an electric shock because the P.C.
board is electrified.
SW800 SW801 SW806 SW802 SW803
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
SW804 SW805
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
Refrigerant
recovery switch
SW801
Existing pipe
switch SW802
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7. CIRCUIT CONFIGURATION AND CONTROL SPECIFICATIONS
7-1. Outdoor Unit Control
7-1-1. Print Circuit Board, MCC-1596 (Compressor IPDU)
CN851 (Red)
Connector for MCC-1597 (CN505)
CN101 (White)
Connector for MCC-1597 (CN502)
CN13 (Black)
Terminal for power relay
F02
Electric circuit protective fuse
(500V, 31.5A)
CN12 (White)
Terminal for MCC-1600 (CN17)
F01
Electric circuit protective fuse
(500V, 31.5A)
CN11 (Red)
Terminal for power relay
CN04 (Red)
Terminal for PTC thermistor
CN19 (Yellow), CN20 (Yellow)
Terminal for reactor CH78
CN211 (Red), CN212 (White), CN213 (Black)
Compressor output terminal
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7-1-2. Print Circuit Board, MCC-1597 (Fan Motor IPDU)
CN750 (White)
Fan motor output (Upper side)
CN504 (Blue)
Connector for MCC-1599
(CN802)
CN602 (Black)
Connector for MCC-1600 (CN51)
F500
Electric circuit protective fuse
(250V, 15A)
P501 (Black)
Lead wire for grounding
CN505 (Red)
Connector for MCC-1596 (CN851)
CN502 (White)
Connector for MCC-1596 (CN101)
CN700 (Blue)
Fan motor output (Lower side)
CN500 (Red)
Connector for MCC-1600 (CN23)
and reactor CH68
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7-1-3. Print Circuit Board, MCC-1599 (Interface (CDB))
CN700 (Yellow)
4-way valve connector
F01
Power supply protective fuse
(250V, 3.15A)
CN690 (Green)
High-pressure
switch connector
CN609 (Blue)
Case thermostat connector
CN710 (White)
PMV1 Connector
CN704 (Blue)
Compressor ON
out put connector
CN610 (Yellow)
Outside input connector
CN01 (White)
Inter-unit cable connector
CN02 (Red)
Connector for
MCC-1600 (CN10 and CN19)
CN802 (White)
Connector for MCC-1597 (CN504)
CN708 (Blue)
Connector for power relay coil
CN608 (White)
Connector for MCC-1600 (CN50)
Temp.sensor connector
CN604 (White) TL sensor
CN603 (White) TD sensor
CN602 (Yellow) TO sensor
CN601 (White) TE sensor
CN600 (White) TS sensor
Specific operation switch
SW801
SW804
SW805
SW806
Display select switch
SW800
SW803
Initial setting switch
SW802
Power-ON,error display LED
D800 to D804 (Yellow)
D805 (Green)
Indoor/Outdoor communication
signal LED
D503 (Green), (Outdoor Indoor)
D502 (Orange), (Indoor Outdoor)
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7-1-4. Print Circuit Board, MCC-1600 (Noise Filter)
CN51 (Black)
Connector for
MCC-1597 (CN602)
CN50 (White)
Connector for
MCC-1599 (CN608)
CN05 (Red)
Power supply terminal (L1)
F01
Varistor protective fuse
(250V, 6.3A)
CN06 (White)
Power supply terminal (L2)
F02
Varistor protective fuse
(250V, 6.3A)
CN07 (Black)
Power supply terminal (L3)
F03
Varistor protective fuse
(250V, 6.3A)
CN20 (White)
Power supply terminal (L2)
CN08 (Gray)
Neutral terminal
CN10 (Red)
Terminal for MCC-1599 (CN02) and Terminal for PTC thermistor
CN16 (Red)
Terminal for power relay
CN17 (White)
Terminal for
MCC-1596 (CN02)
CN18 (Black)
Terminal for
power relay
CN19 (Gray)
Terminal for
MCC-1599 (CN02)
CN09 (Brown)
Terminal for
grounding
CN23 (Red)
Connector for
MCC-1597 (CN500)
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7-2. Outline of Main Controls
1. PMV (Pulse Motor Valve) control
1) PMV is controlled between 30 and 500 pulses during operation.
2) In cooling operation, PMV is usually controlled with the temperature difference between TS sensor and
TC sensor aiming 1 to 4K as the target value.
3) In heating operation, PMV is usually controlled with the temperature difference between TS sensor and
TE sensor aiming 1 to 4K as the target value.
4) When the cycle excessively heated in both cooling and heating operation, PMV is controlled by TD
sensor. The target value is usually 91C in cooling operation and 96C in heating operation.
REQUIREMENT
A sensor trouble may cause a liquid back-flow or abnormal overheat resulting in excessive shortening of the
compressor life. In a case of trouble on the compressor, be sure to check there is no error in the resistance
value or the refrigerating cycle of each sensor after repair and then start the operation.
2. Discharge temperature release control
1) When the discharge temperature did not fall or the discharge temperature rapidly went up by PMV
control, this control lowers the operation frequency. It subdivides the frequency control up to 0.6Hz to
stabilize the cycle.
2) When the discharge temperature detected an abnormal stop zone, the compressor stops and then
restarts after 2 minutes 30 seconds.
The error counting is cleared when the operation continued for 10 minutes. If the error is detected by
4 times without clearing, the error is determined and restarting is not performed.
The cause is considered as excessively little amount of refrigerant, PMV error or clogging of the cycle.
3) For displayed contents of error, confirm on the check code list.
Frequency normal down
Frequency slow down
Frequency hold
Frequency slow up
(Up to command)
As command is
Abnormal stop
TD [C]
111
109
106
103
96
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3. Outdoor fan control
Revolution frequency allocation of fan taps [rpm]
3-1) Cooling fan control
Q
The outdoor fan is controlled by TL sensor, TO sensor and the operation frequency.
The outdoor fan is controlled by every 1 tap of DC fan control (14 taps).
R
Only for 60 seconds after the operation has started, the maximum fan tap corresponding to the
zone in the following table is fixed and then the fan is controlled by temperature of TL sensor.
3-2) Heating fan control
Q
The outdoor fan is controlled by TE sensor, TO sensor and the operation frequency.
(Control from minimum W1 to maximum (according to the following table))
R
For 3 minutes after the operation has started, the maximum fan tap corresponding to the zone in
the following table is fixed and then the fan is controlled by temperature of TE sensor.
Object: SP140 (SP160) Object: SP110
S
When TE t 24C continues for 5 minutes, the
compressor stops.
It is the same status as the normal thermostat-
OFF without error display.
The compressor restarts after approx. 2 minutes
30 seconds and this intermittent operation is not
abnormal.
T
In case that the status in item
S
generates
frequently, stain on filter of the suction part of the
indoor unit is considered.
Clean the filter and then restart the operation.
WE tap
+1 tap / 20 sec
Up to the maximum
revolution frequency of each zone
Revolution frequency hold
1 tap / 20 sec
Up to the minimum
revolution frequency of each zone
TL [C]
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38
35
2 taps / 20 sec. (Up to W1)
Stop timer count
+1 tap / 20 sec
(Up to the maximum tap of each zone)
2 taps / 20 sec. (Up to W1)
1 tap / 20 sec. (Up to W1)
Revolution frequency hold
TE [C]
24
21
18
15
: WB for SP110
SP110 to
Up
SP160
Down
W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 WA WB WC WD WE
200 240 240 260 320 380 480 500 530 610 640 660 720 780
200 280 360 400 500 520 550 630 660 700 740 820
Temp. range
38C d TO
29C d TO < 38C
15C d TO < 29C
5C d TO < 15C
0C d TO < 5C
4C d TO < 0C
TO < 4C
TO error
20 Hz 20Hz 45Hz
or lower to 45Hz or higher
Min. Max. Min. Max. Min. Max.
W6 WC W8 WD WA WD
W5 WB W7 WC W9 WC
W4 W8 W6 WA W8 WC
W3 W6 W5 W8 W7 WA
W2 W4 W4 W6 W5 W8
W2 W3 W3 W5 W4 W6
W1 W2 W1 W4 W2 W6
W1 WC W1 WD W2 WD
Temp. range
10C d TO
5C d TO < 10C
3C d TO < 5C
10C d TO < 3C
TO < 10C
TO error
20 Hz 20Hz 45Hz
or lower to 45Hz or higher
Max. Max. Max.
W7 W8 W9
W9 WA WB (WC)
WB (WC) WB (WC) WC
WC WC WC
WD WD WD
WD WD WD
Temp. range
10C d TO
5C d TO < 10C
3C d TO < 5C
10C d TO < 3C
TO < 10C
TO error
20 Hz 20Hz 45Hz
or lower to 45Hz or higher
Max. Max. Max.
W7 W8 W9
W9 WA WA
WA WA WC
WC WC WC
WD WD WD
WD WD WD
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4. Coil heating control
1) This control function heats the compressor by turning on the stopped compressor instead of a case heater.
It purposes to prevent stagnation of the refrigerant inside of the compressor.
2) As usual, turn on power of the compressor for the specified time before a test run after installation;
otherwise a trouble of the compressor may be caused.
As same as a test run, it is recommended to turn on power of the compressor beforehand when starting
operation after power of the compressor has been interrupted and left as it is for a long time.
3) A judgment for electricity is performed by TD and TO sensors.
If TO sensor is defective, a backup control is automatically performed by TE sensor.
For a case of defective TO sensor, judge it with outdoor LED display.
4) For every model, the power is turned off when TD is 30C or more.
REQUIREMENT
While heating the coil, the power sound may be heard. However it is not a trouble.
5. Short intermittent operation preventive control
1) For 3 to 10 minutes after operation start, in some cases, the compressor does not stop to protect the
compressor even if receiving the thermostat-OFF signal from indoor.
However it is not abnormal status. (The operation continuance differs according to the operation status.)
2) When the operation stops by the remote controller, the operation does not continue.
6. Current release control
No. of revolutions of the compressor is controlled by AC current value detected by T611 on the outdoor P.C.
board so that the input current of the inverter does not exceed the specified value.
Intermittent power-ON
10 minutes: ON /
5 minutes: OFF
Output
[40W or equivalent]
Continuous power-ON
Output
[40W or equivalent]
No power
(Normal time) (In defective TO sensor)
TO
15C
10C
8C
18C
Power-ON
condition
TD<30C
Intermittent power-ON
10 minutes: ON /
5 minutes: OFF
Output
[40W or equivalent]
Continuous power-ON
Output
[40W or equivalent]
No power
TE
18C
12C
10C
20C
Power-ON
condition
TD < 30C
I11.0
I1
Current [A]
Normal operation
Frequency down
Hold Hold
Objective model
11 value [A]
SP110 SP140 SP160
COOL HEAT COOL HEAT COOL HEAT
9.6 15.2 9.6 15.2 9.6 15.2
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8. Over-current protective control
1) When the over-current protective circuit detected an abnormal current, stop the compressor.
2) The compressor restarts after 2 minutes 30 seconds setting [1] as an error count.
3) When the error count [8] was found, determine an error and restart operation is not performed.
4) For the error display contents, confirm on the check code list.
9. High-pressure release control
1) The operation frequency is controlled to restrain abnormal rising of high pressure by TL sensor in
cooling operation and TC sensor in heating operation.
2) When TL sensor in cooling operation or TC sensor in heating operation detects abnormal temperature of
the stop zone, stop the compressor and the error count becomes +1.
3) When the compressor stopped with 2), the operation restarts from the point of the normal operation
zone (e point or lower) where it returned after 2 minutes 30 seconds.
4) The error count when the compressor stopped with 2) is cleared after the operation continued for
10 minutes.
If the error count becomes [10] without clearing, the error is determined and reactivation is not performed.
5) For the error display contents, confirm on the check code list.
Abnormal stop
Frequency normal down
Frequency slow down
Frequency hold
Abnormal stop
Frequency slow up (Up to command)
As command is
HEAT TC / COOL TL
[C]
e
d
c
b
a
7. Current release value shift control
1) This control purposes to prevent troubles of
the electronic parts such as the compressor
driving elements and the compressor during
cooling operation.
2) The current release control value (11) is
selected from the following table according to
TO sensor value.
Current release control value (11)
[A]
Temperature range
47C d To
39C d To < 47C
To < 39C
To < 5C
TO error
SP110 SP140 SP160
7.5 7.5 7.5
7.5 8.7 9.6
9.6 9.6 9.6
7.5 8.7 9.6
7.5 7.5 7.5
a
b
c
d
e
HEAT COOL
TC TL
62C 63C
57C 62C
55C 60C
53C 58C
49C 54C
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10. Defrost control
1) In heating operation, defrost operation is performed when TE sensor satisfies any condition in A zone to
D zone.
2) During defrosting operation, it finishes if TE sensor continued 12C or higher for 3 seconds or continued
7C d TE < 12C for 1 minute.
The defrost operation also finishes when it continued for 10 minutes even if TE sensor temperature was
7C or lower.
3) After defrost operation was reset, the compressor stopped for approx. 40 seconds and then the heating
operation starts.
The minimum TE value and To value between 10 and 15 minutes after heating operation has started
are stored in memory as TEO and ToO, respectively.
4) The time of above d can be changed by
exchanging jumper [J805] with [J806] of the
outdoor control P.C. board.
(Setting at shipment: 150 minutes)
0 10 15 39 45 55 d [min.]

TE [C]
2
5
10
23
A zone
B zone
C zone
D zone
A zone
B zone
C zone
D zone
Start of heating operation
J805 J806



d
150 minutes
Setting at shipment
90 minutes
60 minutes
30 minutes

: Short circuit,

: Open
A zone
B zone
C zone
D zone
In normal To In abnormal To
When status (TEO TE) (ToO To) t 3C When status (TEO TE) t 3C
continued for 20 seconds continued for 20 seconds
When status (TEO TE) (ToO To) t 2C When status (TEO TE) t 2C
continued for 20 seconds continued for 20 seconds
When status (TE d 23C) continued for 20 seconds
When compressor operation status of TE < 2C is calculated by d portion
11. High-pressure switch/Compressor case thermostat control
1) When the high-pressure switch or the compressor case thermostat operates, the operation of the
compressor is terminated.
2) The compressor restarts after 5 minutes using [1] as an error count.
After restart, the error count is cleared when operation continues for 10 minutes or more.
3) An error is confirmed with the error count [10].
4) For the indicated contents of error, confirm using the check code table.
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8. TROUBLESHOOTING
8-1. Summary of Troubleshooting
<Wired remote controller type>
1. Before troubleshooting
1) Required tools/instruments
+ and screwdrivers, spanners, radio cutting pliers, nippers, push pins for reset switch
Tester, thermometer, pressure gauge, etc.
2) Confirmation points before check
a) The following operations are normal.
1. Compressor does not operate.
Is not 3-minutes delay (3 minutes after compressor OFF)?
Is not the outdoor unit in standby status though the remote controller reached the setup
temperature?
Does not timer operate during fan operation?
Is not an overflow error detected on the indoor unit?
Is not outside high-temperature operation controlled in heating operation?
2. Indoor fan does not rotate.
Does not cool air discharge preventive control work in heating operation?
3. Outdoor fan does not rotate or air volume changes.
Does not high-temperature release operation control work in heating operation?
Does not outside low-temperature operation control work in cooling operation?
Is not defrost operation performed?
4. ON/OFF operation cannot be performed from remote controller.
Is not the control operation performed from outside/remote side?
Is not automatic address being set up?
(When the power is turned on at the first time or when indoor unit address setting is changed, the
operation cannot be performed for maximum approx. 5 minutes after power-ON.)
Is not being carried out a test run by operation of the outdoor controller?
b) Did you return the cabling to the initial positions?
c) Are connecting cables of indoor unit and remote controller correct?
2. Troubleshooting procedure
When a trouble occurred, check the parts along with the following procedure.
Trouble Confirmation of check code display Check defective position and parts.
NOTE
For cause of a trouble, power conditions or malfunction/erroneous diagnosis of microcomputer due to outer
noise is considered except the items to be checked.
If there is any noise source, change the cables of the remote controller to shield cables.
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<Wireless remote controller type>
1. Before troubleshooting
1) Required tools/instruments
+ and screwdrivers, spanners, radio cutting pliers, nippers, etc.
Tester, thermometer, pressure gauge, etc.
2) Confirmation points before check
a) The following operations are normal.
1. Compressor does not operate.
Is not 3-minutes delay (3 minutes after compressor OFF)?
Is not the outdoor unit in standby status though the remote controller reached the setup
temperature?
Does not timer operate during fan operation?
Is not an overflow error detected on the indoor unit?
Is not outside high-temperature operation controlled in heating operation?
2. Indoor fan does not rotate.
Does not cool air discharge preventive control work in heating operation?
3) Outdoor fan does not rotate or air volume changes.
Does not high-temperature release operation control work in heating operation?
Does not outside low-temperature operation control work in cooling operation?
Is not defrost operation performed?
4) ON/OFF operation cannot be performed from remote controller.
Is not forced operation performed?
Is not the control operation performed from outside/remote side?
Is not automatic address being set up?
Is not being carried out a test run by operation of the outdoor controller?
a) Did you return the cabling to the initial positions?
b) Are connecting cables between indoor unit and receiving unit correct?
2. Troubleshooting procedure
(When the power is turned on at the first time or when indoor unit address setting is changed, the operation
cannot be performed for maximum approx. 5 minutes after power-ON.)
When a trouble occurred, check the parts along with the following procedure.
1) Outline of judgment
The primary judgment to check where a trouble occurred in indoor unit or outdoor unit is performed with
the following method.
Method to judge the erroneous position by flashing indication on the display part of indoor unit
(sensors of the receiving unit)
The indoor unit monitors operating status of the air conditioner, and the blocked contents of self-diagnosis
are displayed restricted to the following cases if a protective circuit works.
Trouble
Confirmation of lamp display
(EX : When 4-way air discharge cassette type
wireless remote controller is connected)
Check defective
position and parts.
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8-2. Troubleshooting
8-2-1. Outline of judgment
The primary judgment to check whether a trouble occurred in the indoor unit or outdoor unit is carried out with
the following method.
Method to judge the erroneous position by flashing indication on the display part of the indoor unit
(sensors of the receiving part)
The indoor unit monitors the operating status of the air conditioner, and the blocked contents of self-diagnosis
are displayed restricted to the following cases if a protective circuit works.
: Go off, : Go on, : Flash (0.5 sec.)
1: These are representative examples and the check code differs according to the outdoor unit to be combined.

Lamp indication
Operation Timer Ready
No indication at all
Operation Timer Ready
Flash
Operation Timer Ready
Flash
Operation Timer Ready
Alternate flash
Operation Timer Ready
Alternate flash
Check code

E01
E02
E03
E08
E09
E10
E18
E04
P01
P10
P12
P03
P04
P05
P07
P15
P19
P20
P22
P26
P29
P31
Cause of trouble occurrence
Power supply OFF or miswiring between receiving unit and indoor unit
Receiving error
Receiving unit
Miswiring or wire connection error
Sending error
Communication stop
between receiving unit and indoor unit
Duplicated indoor unit No.
Setup error
Duplicated header units of remote controller
Communication error between CPUs on indoor unit P.C. board
Wire connection error between indoor units, Indoor power OFF
(Communication stop between indoor master and follower or between main
and sub indoor twin)
Miswiring between indoor unit and outdoor unit or connection erorr
(Communication stop between indoor and outdoor units)
Overflow was detected.
Protective device of indoor unit worked.
Indoor DC fan error
Outdoor unit discharge temp. error
Protective device of
1
Outdoor high pressure system error
outdoor unit worked.
Negative phase detection error
Heat sink overheat error Outdoor unit error
Gas leak detection error
4-way valve system error (Indoor or outdoor unit judged.)
Outdoor unit high pressure protection
Outdoor unit: Outdoor unit error
Protective device of
Outdoor unit: Inverter Idc operation 1
Outdoor unit: Position detection error
outdoor unit worked.
Stopped because of error of other indoor unit in a group
(Check codes of E03/L03/L07/L08)
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1: These are representative examples and the check code differs according to the outdoor unit to be combined.

Lamp indication
Operation Timer Ready
Alternate flash
Operation Timer Ready
Alternate flash
Operation Timer Ready
Simultaneous flash
Operation Timer Ready
Simultaneous flash
Operation Timer Ready
Flash
Operation Timer Ready
Simultaneous flash
Operation Timer Ready
Simultaneous flash
Check code
F01
F02
P10
F04
F06
F07
F08
F12
F13
F15
F29
F31
H01
H02
H03
H04
H06
L03
L07
L08
L09
L10
L20
L29
L30
L31
Cause of trouble occurrence
Heat exchanger sensor (TCJ) error
Heat exchanger sensor (TC) error Indoor unit sensor error
Heat exchanger sensor (TA) error
Discharge temp. sensor (TD) error
Temp. sensor (TE) error
Temp. sensor (TL) error
Temp. sensor (TO) error Sensor error of outdoor unit 1
Temp. sensor (TS) error
Temp. sensor (TH) error
Temp. Sensor miswiring (TE, TS)
Indoor EEPROM error
Outdoor EEPROM error
Compressor break down Outdoor compressor system error 1
Compressor lock
Current detection circuit error } Power supply, outdoor P.C. board error
Case thermostat worked. } Compressor overheat, outdoor wiring error
PS pressure sensor error, Outdoor unit
low pressure protective operation low pressure system error
Duplicated header indoor units
There is indoor unit of group connection o AUTO address
in individual indoor unit.
Unsetting of group address
Missed setting
(Unset indoor capacity)
Unset model type (Service board)
Duplicated indoor central addresses
Outdoor unit and other error
Outside interlock error
Negative phase error

* If group construction and


address are not normal
power supply turned on,
automatically goes to
address setup mode.
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8-2-2. Others (Other than Check Code)
Lamp indication
Operation Timer Ready
Simultaneous flash
Operation Timer Ready
Alternate flash
Check code

Cause of trouble occurrence


During test run
Disagreement of cool/heat
(Automatic cool/heat setting to automatic cool/heat prohibited model, or
setting of heating to cooling-only model)
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<Operation procedure>
1 2 3 4
Returned to usual display
2 4 1 3
SET
TIME
TIMER SET
TEST
FILTER LL
RESET
TEMP.
CL
FAN
SAVE AA
SWING/FIX
VENT
MODE
ON / OFF
UNIT LOUVER T
8-2-3. Monitor Function of Remote Controller Switch
Calling of sensor temperature display
<Contents>
Each data of the remote controller, indoor unit and outdoor unit can be understood by calling the service
monitor mode from the remote controller.
<Procedure>
1 Push
TEST
+
CL
buttons simultaneously for 4 seconds to
call the service monitor mode.
The service monitor goes on, the master indoor unit No. is
displayed at first and then the temperature of CODE No. is
displayed.

2 Push temperature set


TEMP.
buttons and then change
the CODE No. of data to be monitored.
The CODE No. list is shown below.
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01
02
03
04
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F2
F3
F8
Data name
Room temperature
(Remote controller)
Indoor suction temperature (TA)
Indoor heat exchanger (Coil)
temperature (TCJ)
Indoor heat exchanger (Coil)
temperature (TC)
Indoor fan revolution frequency
Indoor fan calculated operation time
Filter sign time
Indoor discharge temperature*1
Unit
C
C
C
C
rpm
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61
62
63
65
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6D
70
72
73
F1
Data name
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Outside temperature (TO)
Compressor discharge temperature (TD)
Compressor suction temperature (TS)
Heat sink temperature (THS)
Operation current ( 1/10)
Outdoor heat exchanger (Coil) temperature (TL)
Compressor operation frequency
Outdoor fan revolution frequency (Lower)
Outdoor fan revolution frequency (Upper)
Compressor calculated operation time
Unit
C
C
C
C
C
A
C
rps
rpm
rpm
100h
The CODE No. with marks in the above table are displayed only
on the indoor units of 4 series models and after.
(4 series indoor units mean RAV-SM1404UT-E for example.).

3 Push
UNIT LOUVER
button to select the indoor unit to be monitored.
Each data of the indoor unit and its outdoor units can be monitored.

4 Pushing
TEST
button returns the status to the usual display.
1 The indoor discharge temperature of CODE No. [F8] is the estimated value from TC or TCJ sensor.
Use this value to check discharge temperature at test run.
(A discharge temperature sensor is not provided to this model.)
The data value of each item is not the real time, but value delayed by a few seconds to ten-odd seconds.
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Error mode detected by indoor unit
Operation of diagnostic function
Check
code
E03
E04
E08
L03
L07
L08
L09
L30
P10
P12
P19
P31
F01
F02
F10
F29
E10
E18
Cause of operation
No communication from remote
controller (including wireless) and
communication adapter
The serial signal is not output from
outdoor unit to indoor unit.
Miswiring of inter-unit wire
Defective serial sending circuit on
outdoor P.C. board
Defective serial receiving circuit on
indoor P.C. board
Duplicated indoor unit address
Duplicated indoor master unit
There is group wire in individual indoor
unit.
Unset indoor group address
Unset indoor capacity
Abnormal input of outside interlock
Float switch operation
Float circuit, Disconnection,
Coming-off, Float switch contact error
Indoor DC fan error
4-way valve system error
After heating operation has started,
indoor heat exchangers temp. is
down.
Own unit stops while warning is output
to other indoor units.
Coming-off, disconnection or short of
indoor heat exchanger temp. sensor
(TCJ)
Coming-off, disconnection or short of
indoor heat exchanger temp. sensor
(TC)
Coming-off, disconnection or short of
indoor heat exchanger temp. sensor
(TA)
Indoor EEPROM error
EEPROM access error
Communication error between indoor
MCU
Communication error between fan
driving MCU and main MCU
Regular communication error between
indoor aster and follower units and
between main and sub units
Status of
air conditioner
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Follower unit)
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Condition
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Judgment and measures
1. Check cables of remote controller and communication adapters.
Remote controller LCD display OFF (Disconnection)
Central remote controller [97] check code
1. Outdoor unit does not completely operate.
Inter-unit wire check, correction of miswiring
Check outdoor P.C. board. Correct wiring of P.C. board.
2. When outdoor unit normally operates
Check P.C. board (Indoor receiving / Outdoor sending).
1. Check whether remote controller connection (Group/Individual)
was changed or not after power supply turned on
(Finish of group construction/Address check).
* If group construction and address are not normal when the
power has been turned on, the mode automatically shifts to
address setup mode. (Resetting of address)
1. Set indoor capacity (CODE No. (DN) = 11)
1. Check outside devices.
2. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Trouble of drain pump
2. Clogging of drain pump
3. Check float switch.
4. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Position detection error
2. Over-current protective circuit of indoor fan driving unit operated.
3. Indoor fan locked.
4. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Check 4-way valve.
2. Check 2-way valve and check valve.
3. Check indoor heat exchanger (TC/TCJ).
4. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Judge follower unit while header unit is [E03], [L03], [L07] or [L08].
2. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Check indoor heat exchanger temp. sensor (TCJ).
2. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Check indoor heat exchanger temp. sensor (TC).
2. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Check indoor heat exchanger temp. sensor (TA).
2. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Check indoor EEPROM. (including socket insertion)
2. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Check indoor P.C. board.
1. Check remote controller wiring.
2. Check indoor power supply wiring.
3. Check indoor P.C. board.
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Error mode detected by outdoor unit
The check code has been ramified from 4 series and after.
The ramified check code is displayed only when both the indoor unit and the outdoor unit are 4 series and after.
(Ex. Combination of RAV-SM1404UT-E with RAV-SP1404AT8-E)
When the indoor unit is 3 series and before, the conventional check code is displayed.
(Ex. Combination of RAV-SM1402CT-E and RAV-SP1404AT8-E: Outdoor unit only is 4 series.)
Operation of diagnostic function
Check code
Indoor unit
before after
3 series 4 series
F04 F04
F06
F07
F06
F12
F15
F08 F08
F13
F31
L10
L29
L29
P07
P15
P19
H01 H01
H02 H02
Cause of operation
Disconnection, short of discharge
temp. sensor (TD)
Disconnection, short of outdoor temp.
sensor (TE)
Disconnection, short of outdoor temp.
sensor (TL)
Disconnection, short of suction temp.
sensor (TS)
Miss-mounting of outdoor temp.
sensor (TE, TS)
Disconnection, short of outside temp.
sensor (TO)
Disconnection, short of heat sink
temp. sensor (TH)
Outdoor P.C. EEPROM error
Unset jumper of service P.C. board
Communication error between
outdoor P.C. board MCU
Heat sink overheat error
Heat sink temp. sensor detected
over specified temperature.
Detection of gas leak
Discharge temp. sensor (TD),
Suction temp. sensor (TS) detected
temperature over specified temp.
4-way valve inverse error
After heating operation has started,
indoor heat exchanger temp. lowers
under the specified temp.
After heating operation has started,
outdoor heat exchanger / suction
temp. rises over the specified temp.
Compressor break down
Although operation has started,
operation frequency decreases and
operation stops.
Compressor lock
* Over-current detection after
compressor start-up
Status of
air conditioner
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Continue
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Condition
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Judgment and measures
1. Check discharge temp. sensor (TD).
2. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
1. Check temp. sensor (TE).
2. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
1. Check temp. sensor (TL).
2. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
1. Check suction temp. sensor (TS).
2. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
1. Check temp. sensor (TE, TS).
2. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
1. Check outside temp. sensor (TO).
2. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
1. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
(Q201 is incorporated in TH sensor.)
1. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
1. Outdoor service P.C. board
Check model type setting jumper wire.
1. Check outdoor P.C. board
(MCC-1596, MCC-1597, MCC-1599).
2. Connection check between CN802 of MCC-1599 and
CN504 of MCC-1597, and also connection check
between CN505 of MCC-1597 and CN851 of MCC-1596.
1. Check screw tightening between PC. Board and heat
sink and check radiator grease (MCC-1596).
2. Check heat sink blast path.
1. Check gas leak, recharge
2. Check full open of service valve.
3. Check PMV (Pulse Motor Valve).
4. Check broken pipe.
5. Check discharge temp. sensor (TD), suction temp.
sensor (TS).
1. Check operation of 4-way valve.
2. Check outdoor heat exchanger (TE), suction temp.
sensor (TS).
3. Check indoor heat exchanger sensor (TC).
4. Check 4-way valve coil.
5. Check PMV (Pulse Motor Valve).
1. Check power supply voltage. (AC342 to 457V)
2. Overload operation of refrigerating cycle
1. Trouble of compressor (Lock, etc.): Replace compressor.
2. Wiring error of compressor (Open phase)
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Operation of diagnostic function
Check code
Indoor unit
before after
3 series 4 series
H03
H03
P05
P03 P03
H04
P04
P04
P05
P20
P22 P22
P26 P26
P29 P29
Cause of operation
Current detection circuit error
Open phase of 3-phase power
supply
Discharge temp. error
Discharge temp. (TD) over
specified value was detected.
Case thermostat operation
Abnormal overheat of compressor
High pressure SW system error
Power supply voltage error
High pressure protective operation
During cooling operation, outdoor
temp. sensor (TL) detected
temperature over specified temp.
During heating operation, indoor
temp. sensor (TC, TCJ) detected
temperature over specified temp.
Outdoor fan system error
Short-circuit error of compressor
driving element
Position detection circuit error
Status of
air conditioner
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
Condition
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Judgment and measures
1. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596).
(AC current detection circuit)
1. Check open phase of 3-phase power supply.
2. Black lead wire to be connected to CN03 of MCC-1596
does not pass through T611.
1. Check refrigerating cycle (Gas leak)
2. Trouble of electronic expansion valve
3. Check discharge temp. sensor (TD).
1. Check case thermostat and connector.
2. Check gas leak, recharge
3. Check full open of service valve.
4. Check PMV (Pulse Motor Valve).
5. Check broken pipe.
1. Check service valves are fully opened.
(Gas side, Liquid side)
2. Check of outdoor fan operation.
3. Check motor error of outdoor fan.
4. Check clogging of outdoor PMV.
5. Check clogging of heat exchanger in indoor/outdoor units.
6. Short-circuit status of suction/discharge air in outdoor unit.
7. Check outdoor P.C. board error.
8. Check fan system error (Cause of air volume drop) at
indoor side.
9. Check PMV opening status in indoor unit.
1. Check power supply voltage. AC342 to 457V
1. Check outdoor heat exchanger sensor (TL).
2. Check indoor heat exchanger sensor (TC, TCJ).
3. Check full open of service valve.
4. Check indoor/outdoor fan.
5. Check PMV (Pulse Motor Valve).
6. Check clogging and short circuit of indoor/outdoor heat
exchanger.
7. Overcharge of refrigerant. Recharge
1. Check lock of fan motor.
2. Check power supply voltage between L2 and N.
AC198 to 264V
3. Check outdoor P.C. board.
1. When performing operation while taking-off compressor
wire, P26 error occurs. Check control P.C. board
(MCC-1596).
2. When performing operation while taking-off compressor
wire, an error does not occur. (Compressor rare short)
1. Check control P.C. board (MCC-1596).
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Error mode detected by remote controller or central controller (TCC-LINK)
2 The check code cannot be displayed by the wired remote controller.
(Usual operation of air conditioner becomes unavailable.)
For the wireless models, an error is notified with indication lamp.
3 This trouble is related to communication of remote controller (A, B), central system (TCC-LINK U3, U4),
and [E01], [E02], [E03], [E09] or [E18] is displayed or no check display on the remote controller according
to the contents.
Operation of diagnostic function
Check code
Not displayed at all
(Operation on
remote controller
is impossible.)
E01
2
E02
E09
L20
Central controller
L20

3
Central controller
(Send)
C05
(Receive)
C06

Central controller
P30
Cause of operation
No communication with master indoor unit
Remote controller wiring is not correct.
Power of indoor unit is not turned on.
Automatic address cannot be completed.
No communication with master indoor unit
Disconnection of inter-unit wire between
remote controller and master indoor unit
(Detected by remote controller side)
Signal send error to indoor unit
(Detected by remote controller side)
There are multiple main remote controllers.
(Detected by remote controller side)
Duplicated indoor central addresses on
communication of central control system
(Detected by indoor/central controller side)
Communication circuit error of central
control system
(Detected by central controller side)
Indoor Gr sub unit error
(Detected by central controller side)
Status of
air conditioner
Stop
Stop
(Automatic reset)
If center exists,
operation continues.
Stop
(Automatic reset)
If center exists,
operation continues.
Stop
(Sub unit
continues operation.)
Stop
(Automatic reset)
Continues
(By remote controller)
Continuation/Stop
(According
to each case)
Condition

Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Displayed when
error is detected
Judgment and measures
Power supply error of remote controller, Indoor
EEPROM error
1. Check remote controller inter-unit wiring.
2. Check remote controller.
3. Check indoor power wiring.
4. Check indoor P.C. board.
5. Check indoor EEPROM.
(including socket insertion)
oAutomatic address repeating phenom-
enon generates.
Receiving error from remote controller
1. Check remote controller inter-unit wiring.
2. Check remote controller.
3. Check indoor power wiring.
4. Check indoor P.C. board.
Sending error of remote controller
1. Check sending circuit inside of remote
controller.
oReplace remote controller.
1. In 2-remote controllers (including wireless),
there are multiple main units.
Check that there are 1 main remote
controller and other sub remote controllers.
1. Check setting of central control system
network address. (Network adapter SW01)
2. Check network adapter P.C. board.
1. Check communication wire / miswiring
2. Check communication (U3, U4 terminals)
3. Check network adapter P.C. board.
4. Check central controller (such as central
control remote controller, etc.)
5. Check terminal resistance. (TCC-LINK)
Check the check code of the corresponding
unit from remote controller.
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8-2-5. Diagnostic Procedure for Each Check Code (Outdoor Unit)
1) This section describes the diagnostic method for each check code displayed on the remote controller.
2) In some cases, a check code indicates multiple symptoms.
In this case, confirm LED display on the outdoor P.C. board to narrow the contents to be confirmed.
3) The check code on the remote controller is displayed only when the same error occurred continuously by
multiple times while LED of the outdoor P.C. board displays even an error which occurred once.
Therefore the display on the remote controller may differ from that of LED.
LED display on outdoor P.C. board
Dip switch setup
When turning on 1) only of SW803, the latest error
is displayed. As the memory is stored, it can be
confirmed even if the power supply is turned off
once. (excluding outside temp. sensor (TO) error)
When the work finished or the outdoor temp.
sensor (TO) error was found, turn off all of SW803.
(The error which occurs at present is displayed.)
Check CODE No. [14].
Correct wiring of connectors
and terminal blocks.
Check indoor P.C. board.
Defect Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Correct wiring
and inter-unit cable.
Is setting of group address
of remote controller correct?
Are inner wiring and
inter-unit cables (1, 2, 3) normal?
Are connection of CN01 of MCC-1599 and
wiring of terminal blocks (1, 2, 3) normal?
Does D502 (Orange LED) flash after
power supply is turned on again?
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
Check
code
[E04]
Outdoor
LED display

Check and troubleshooting


(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[Indoor/Outdoor communication error]
Display selection
When even a LED of D800 to D804 (Yellow)
goes on, error occurrence is indicated. <Display 1>
If pushing the button switch SW800 for 1 second
under the above condition, the yellow LED is
displayed with flashing. <Display 2>
When pushing SW800 for 1 second again, the
status returns to <Display 1>.
The error contents can be confirmed by combining
<Display 1> and <Display 2>.
<Display 1>

<Display 2>
(No error) (Error occurred) (Push SW800)
D805 (Green)
D804 (Yellow)
D803 (Yellow)
D802 (Yellow)

D801 (Yellow)

D800 (Yellow)
(Example of discharge temp. sensor error)

: Go off, : Go on, : Flash


<Latest error display>
Only 1) of SW803 is ON.
<Error display, which occurs at present>
All SW803 are OFF. (Initial status)
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
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Is CN603 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TD sensor normal?
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
YES
NO
Is CN601 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TE sensor normal?
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
YES
NO
Is CN604 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TL sensor normal?
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
YES
NO
Check
code
[F04]
[F06]
[F07]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[Discharge temp. sensor (TD) error]
There is a possibility that it is one of the following errors.
Confirm LED on outdoor P.C. board to judge which error it is.
Heat exchanger temp. sensor (TE) error, Heat exchanger temp. sensor (TL) error,
Suction temp. sensor (TS) error, Miswiring of heat exchanger sensor (TE, TS)
Heat exchanger temp. sensor (TE) error]
[Heat exchanger temp. sensor (TL) error] o Refer to [F07] column.
[Suction temp. sensor (TS) error] o Refer to [F12] column.
[Miswiring of heat exchanger sensor (TE, TS)] o Refer to [F15] column.
[Heat exchanger temp. sensor (TL) error]
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Check
code
[F08]
[F12]
[F13]
[F15]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[Outside air temp. sensor (TO) error]
[Suction temp. sensor (TS) error]
[Heat sink temp. sensor (TH) error]
[Miswiring of heat exchanger sensor (TE, TS)]
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Is CN602 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TO sensor normal?
YES
NO
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Is CN600 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TS sensor normal?
YES
NO
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Correct sensor mounting.
Is mounting status of
TE and TS sensors normal?
Is CN600 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TS sensor normal?
Is CN601 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TE sensor normal?
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
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Check
code
[F31]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[EEPROM error]
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
[H01] <Display 1> <Display 2>






[Compressor break down]
Correct and clear the cause.
Check wire connection
and correct it.
Correct power supply line.
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596).
Defect Replace
Is it not abnormal overload?
Is power supply voltage normal?
AC342 to 457V
Is wire connection normal?
Compressor lead
(Board side, Compressor side),
Reactor lead, Power supply lead
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
[H02] <Display 1> <Display 2>






[Compressor lock]
Check wire connection
and correct it.
Correct power supply line.
Is compressor normal?
Is there no refrigerant stagnation?
Does PMV normally operate?
Is power supply voltage normal?
AC342 to 457V
Is wire connection normal?
Compressor lead
(Board side, Compressor side),
Reactor lead, Power supply lead
Compressor lock Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board.
Defect Replace
Check TE, TS sensors and PMV.
Defect Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596).
Defect Replace
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
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Check
code
[H03]
[H04]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[Current detection circuit error]
[Power supply error (Vdc)] o Refer to [P05] column.
[Case thermostat operation]
Check crushed or broken pipe.
Defect Correct and Replace
Correct defective position.
Replace defective part.
Open valve fully.
Repair defectives position.
Recharge refrigerant.
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Correct connector.
Case thermostat error Replace
Is valve fully opened?
Is PMV normal?
Is there no gas leak?
Is it not refrigerant shortage?
Is cooling/heating operation available
when short-circuiting case thermostat?
Are CN609 connection
and case thermostat normal?
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
<Display 1> <Display 2>






[Unset model type] : Only when service P.C. board is used [L10]
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596).
Defect Replace
Cut jumper line according
to the explanation sheet packaged
with the service P.C. board.
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Check
code
[L29]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
There is a possibility that it is one of the following errors.
Confirm LED on outdoor P.C. board to judge which error it is.
Communication error between MCU, Heat sing temp. sensor (TH) error,
EEPROM error, Unset model type, Heat sink overheat error, Gas leak detection,
4-way valve inverse error
[Communication error between MCU]
1. Connection check between CN802 of MCC-1599 and CN504 of MCC-1597
and also connection check between CN505 of MCC-1597 and CN851 of
MCC-1596.
2. Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596, MCC-1597, MCC-1599).
Defect o Replace
[Heat sink temp. sensor (TH) error] o Refer to [F13] column.
[EEPROM error] o Refer to [F31] column.
[Unset model type] o Refer to [L10] column.
[Heat sink overheat error] o Refer to [P07] column.
[Gas leak detection] o Refer to [P15] column.
[4-way valve inverse error] o Refer to [P19] column.
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Check
code
[P03]
[P04]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[Discharge temp. error]
There is a possibility that it is one of the following errors.
Confirm LED on outdoor P.C. board to judge which error it is. (1) high-pressure SW system error,
(2) power supply error (Vdc), (3) high-pressure protective operation, (4) case thermo operation.
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Correct and clear the cause.
Repair defective position.
Replace defective part.
Repair defective position.
Recharge refrigerant.
Is it not abnormal overload?
Is PMV normal?
Is CN603 connection normal?
Is resistance value of TD sensor normal?
Is there no gas leak?
Is refrigerant charge amount adequate?
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
Connection of connectors,
Fan IPDU, Fan motor, Wiring.
Is circuit wiring normal?
Is there no fan breakage
or coming-off?
Is service valve fully opened?
Does cooling outdoor fan
normally operate?
B Cooling operation.
B Cooling operation
C Heating operation
Doesnt high pressure switch
operate?
Are parts of
high pressure switch normal?
Reset the power supply and
then do a trial operation according
to the season.
Is there any element
which blocks heat exchanger
of the outdoor unit?

Clogging of heat exchanger

Short circuit
Parts check
Defective Replace
Elimination of
blocking element
Check Comp. IPDU PC board
Defective Replace
Wiring check,
Correct.
Open service valve fully.
Repair defective position.
Overcharge of refrigerant/
Clogging/Pipe breakage/
Abnormal overload
YES
YES YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
[High pressure SW system error]
Power supply error (Vdc), High pressure protective operation, Case thermostat
operation.
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Check
code
[P04]
Outdoor
LED display
Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






[Case thermostat operation] o Refer to [H04] column.
[Power supply error (Vdc)] o Refer to [P05] column.
[High pressure protective operation] o Refer to [P20] column.
Are characteristics
of TC and TCJ sensor
resistance value normal?
Are connections of
connectors,capacitors
and fan motor normal?
Heating operation
Does the heating indoor fan
normally operate?
Clogging by refrigerant
overcharge/Pipe breakage/
Abnormal overload
C
Is there any element which
blocks indoor heat exchanger?

Filter clogging

Clogging of heat exchanger

Short circuit
Elimination of
blocking element
Repair
defective position.
Replace
TC or TCJ sensor.
Check indoor P.C. board
Defective Replace
YES
YES
YES
NO NO
YES
NO
NO
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Check
code
[P05]
[P15]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[Power supply error (Voltage error)]
[Gas leak detection]
Confirm electric construction, etc.
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1600).
Defect Replace
Correct wiring.
YES
YES
NO
NO
Is there no open phase
of the power supply?
Is there no down or up
of power supply voltage?
(AC342 to 457V)
[P07] <Display 1> <Display 2>






[Heat sink overheat error]
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596).
Defect Replace
Remove blocking matter.
Correct short-circuit.
YES
YES
NO
NO
Apply radiation grease
to objective part.
Retightening of screws.
Is not the ventilation flue
of the heat sink blocked?
Is not the fan blocked?
(Short-circuit, etc.)
Is there no loosening of
screws of motor drive element of
outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596) Q201?
Did not forget to apply radiation grease
to rear side of Q201?
Open valve fully.
Correct and replace piping.
Correct connector.
Sensor error Replace
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1599).
Defect Replace
Correct defective position.
Replace defective part.
Repair defective position.
Recharge refrigerant.
Error
OK
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
Is there no crushed pipe?
Is valve fully opened?
Is PMV normal?
Check temp. sensor.
TD sensor CN603, TS sensor CN600
Is there no gas leak?
Is refrigerant charge amount adequate?
Check outdoor P.C. board.
Defect replace
Replace coil of 4-way valve.
Temperature sensor check
TE sensor CN601
TS sensor CN600
Indoor TC sensor
Defect Correct and repair
Check 4-way valve.
Defect Replace
YES
YES
NO
NO
Error
OK
Check operation of
outdoor I/F (CDB) P.C. board.
Is power supplied
to 4-way valve coil?
Is operation of
4-way valve normal?
(Check pipe temp., etc. in
cooling/heating operation.)
[P19] <Display 1> <Display 2>






[4-way valve inverse error]
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Reset the power supply
and then perform test run
matching to the season.
Open valve fully.
Check outdoor fan.
Defect Replace, retightening
Replace
sensor.
Check indoor P.C. board.
Defect Replace
Repair defective position.
Is valve fully opened?
Is there no crack or
loosening of outdoor fan?
Does not the outdoor fan
perform abnormal operation?
Does indoor fan
normally operate?
Are indoor fan motor
and connector normal?
Is there no problem
on outdoor TL sensor?
(Measurement of resistance value)
Are resistance values
of indoor TC and TCJ
sensors normal?
Replace sensor.
Check the same items as
[P22] error.
Check overcharge of refrigerant, clogging of cycle,
broken pipe, abnormal overload, etc.
Defect Correct defective position.
Check overcharge of refrigerant, clogging of cycle,
broken pipe, abnormal overload, etc.
Defect Correct defective position.
Eliminate interfering element.
Eliminate interfering element.
Heating season
Heating operation
Cooling season
Cooling operation
Is there no element
which interfere heat exchange
of outdoor unit?
Clogging of heat exchanger
Short circuit
Is there no element which
interfere heat exchange of indoor unit?
Clogging of filter
Clogging of heat exchanger
Short circuit
YES
YES YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
Check
code
[P20]
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[High pressure protective operation]
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Correct wiring.
Replace outdoor P.C. board.
NO
NO
The same error does not occur in
operation without compressor lead.
Check compressor. (Rear short, etc.)
Defect Replace
Is there no problem on connection
of compressor lead or reactor?
(Check referring to Wiring diagram.)
YES
YES
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1597).
Defect Replace
Replace fan motor.
Check wiring construction.
Ask repair of power supply.
YES
NO
Is there no problem on power supply voltage?
(342 to 457V)
Does the fan rotate without trouble when rotating
shaft of fan motor with hands during power-OFF?
Is there no problem on coil resistance of fan motor?
Between red and white lead wire : 12 to 20
Between white and black lead wire : 12 to 20
Between black and red lead wire : 12 to 20
YES
NO
Check
code
[P22]
[P26]
[P29]

No code
Outdoor
LED display
<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






<Display 1> <Display 2>






Check and troubleshooting
(Item without special mention Indicates part of outdoor unit.)
[Fan system error]
Single operation check for outdoor fan
1) Set SW804 of Dip switch as the following figure and then push SW801 for
approx. 1 second to check single operation of outdoor fan. Use this method to
check which fan, upper or lower fan, has a trouble.
When pushing SW801 for 1 second again or 2 minutes passed, the fan stops.
2) After check, turn off all Dip switch
SW804.
[Short-circuit of compressor drive element]
Outdoor fan single operation
[Position detection circuit error]
[Other error] Compressor disorder due to sudden change of load, etc.
Although the display of outdoor LED outputs, the unit automatically restarts
and error is not determined.
LED display also may output due to negative phase of compressor or wire
coming-off.
Check outdoor P.C. board (MCC-1596).
Defect Replace
ON
1 2 3 4
SW804 SW801
Push
80
R
e
s
i
s
t
a
n
c
e

(
k

)

(
5
0

C

o
r

l
o
w
e
r
)

R
e
s
i
s
t
a
n
c
e

(
k

)

(
5
0

C

o
r

h
i
g
h
e
r
)

0
0
50
100
150
200
0
5
10
15
20
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Temperature (C)
R
e
s
i
s
t
a
n
c
e

(
k

)
0
0
10
20
30
40
O
u
t
p
u
t

v
o
l
t
a
g
e

(
V
)
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Temperature (C)
Temperature sensor Temperature Resistance value characteristic table
TA, TC, TCJ, TE, TS, TO sensors
Representative value
TD, TL sensors
Representative value
TA, TC, TCJ, TE, TS, TO sensors
TD, TL sensors
Temperature
(C)
0
10
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Resistance value (k: :: ::)
(Minimum value) (Standard value) (Maximum value)
32.33 33.80 35.30
19.63 20.35 21.09
12.23 12.59 12.95
9.75 10.00 10.25
7.764 7.990 8.218
5.013 5.192 5.375
3.312 3.451 3.594
2.236 2.343 2.454
1.540 1.623 1.709
1.082 1.146 1.213
0.7740 0.8237 0.8761
0.5634 0.6023 0.6434
Temperature
(C)
0
10
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Resistance value (k: :: ::)
(Minimum value) (Standard value) (Maximum value)
150.5 161.3 172.7
92.76 99.05 105.6
58.61 62.36 66.26
47.01 49.93 52.97
37.93 40.22 42.59
25.12 26.55 28.03
17.00 17.92 18.86
11.74 12.34 12.95
8.269 8.668 9.074
5.925 6.195 6.470
4.321 4.507 4.696
3.205 3.336 3.468
As TH sensor (Outdoor unit heat sink temp. sensor) is incorporated in the outdoor control P.C. board, the
resistance value cannot be measured.
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Red
White Black
Connector : White
Red
White Black
Table Inspection of outdoor unit main parts
No.
1
2
3
Parts name
Compressor
(Model : DA422A3F-27M)
Outdoor fan motor
(Model : ICF-280-A100-1)
4-way valve coil
(Cooling/heating switching)
(Model : STF-01AJ502E1)
Checking procedure
Measure the resistance value of each winding by using the tester.
Position
Red White
White Black
Black Red
Resistance value
0.79 0.04 :
Under 20C
Measure the resistance value of each winding by using the tester.
Position
Red White
White Black
Black Red
Resistance value
14.8 1.5 :
Under 20C
Measure the resistance value of each winding by using the tester.
Resistance value
1435 144 :
Under 20C
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9. SETUP AT LOCAL SITE AND OTHERS
1. Display range on remote controller
The setup range (Operation mode/Air volume select/Setup temp) of the indoor unit which was set to the
master unit is reflected on the remote controller.
2. Address setup
Turn on power of the indoor unit to be controlled in a group within 3 minutes after setting of automatic
address. If power of the indoor unit is not turned on within 3 minutes (completion of automatic address
setting), the system is rebooted and the automatic address setting will be judged again.
1) Connect 3 In/Out cables surely.
2) Check line address/indoor address/group address of the unit one by one.
3) The unit No. (line/indoor gout address) which have been set once keep the present status as a rule if the
unit No. is not duplicated with one of another unit.
OUT
IN
Remote controller
1-1
OUT
IN
2-1
Master
OUT
IN
3-1
OUT
IN
4-1
OUT
IN
7-1
Max. 8 units
1 2 3
<Operation procedure>
Returned to usual display
2 3 1
SET
TIME
TIMER SET
TEST
FILTER LL
RESET
TEMP.
CL
FAN
SAVE AA
SWING/FIX
VENT
MODE
ON / OFF
UNIT LOUVER T
9-1. Calling of Error History
<Contents>
The error contents in the past can be called.
<Procedure>
1 Push
SET
+
TEST
buttons simultaneously for
4 seconds or more to call the service check mode.
Service Check goes on, the CODE No. 01 is displayed, and then
the content of the latest alarm is displayed. The number and error
contents of the indoor unit in which an error occurred are dis-
played.
2 In order to monitor another error history, push the set
temperature / buttons to change the error
history No. (CODE No.).
CODE No. (Latest) o CODE No. " (Old)
NOTE : 4 error histories are stored in memory.
3 Pushing
TEST
button returns the display to usual display.
REQUIREMENT
Do not push
CL
button, otherwise all the error histories of the indoor
unit are deleted.
9-2. Group Control Operation
In a group control, operation of maximum 8 indoor units can be controlled by a remote controller.
The indoor unit connected with outdoor unit (Individual/Master of twin) controls room temperature according to
setting on the remote controller.
<System example>
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Indoor unit power-ON sequence
<Cautions at test run>
Power supply/Indoor/Outdoor serial and Gr wiring: OK
Powers of all indoor units are turned on within 3 minutes.
Reception time for remote controller operation
(After power supply was turned on)
1) When address is OK : Approx. 50 seconds
2) In AUTO address : Approx. 4 to 5 minutes
Normal
Gr normal
1) There is no duplicated indoor unit address.
2) There is no invalid indoor unit address.
3) Individual unit and master/follower units
are not intermingled.
4) Only a unit for individual.
5) A master indoor unit and 1 or more
follower indoor units for Gr.
<Automatic
address judgment>
<Initial communication>
<Usual regular
communication>
<By feed unit>
Power ON
Gr construction check
System start
Outdoor model distinction (10 seconds) (Indoor unit)
Twin Master/follower distinction (Indoor unit)
Gr construction, louver information (Remote controller)
Remote controller operation is available.
(Approx. 50 seconds after power-ON)
Regular communication between indoor units (Every 30 seconds) (Master/Follower)
Regular communication on the identical pipe (every 30 seconds) (Twin Master/Follower)
(When the above status changes, immediately communicates.)
(Repetition)
The unit without power feed waits entirely
Waiting status is released by system start
Reboot when power is fed on the way
3 minutes elapse
Not normal NO
YES
Automatic address starts.
(Approx. 1 minute up to finish)
In a group operation, if the indoor unit which was fed power after judgment of automatic address cannot
receive regular communication from the master unit and regular communication on identical pipe within
120 seconds after power was turned on, it reboots (system reset).
o The operation starts from judgment of automatic address (Gr construction check) again.
(If the address of the master unit was determined in the previous time, the power fed to the master unit and
reboot works, the master unit may change though the indoor unit line address is not changed.)
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9-3. Outdoor Unit
9-3-1. Various Setting on Outdoor Unit (Existing piping, Power save, Cooling-only, etc.)
The following settings are available by DIP switch setup and jumper line setup.
Function
High static
pressure setup
Existing
piping setup
Power save
setup
Snow-proof
fan control
Defrost
time change
Max. frequency
change
Cooling-only
setup
Set position
J805, J806
J807
J808
Control contents
Turn the switch to ON when mounting a duct to the discharge port
of the outdoor unit. Add 3 taps to the upper limit value of the
outdoor fan tap.
The operation is performed with
(Max: Upper fan: 890 rpm / Lower fan: 910 rpm (WF)).
In this case, the upper limit value of static pressure for duct is 5Pa
or less on 25C degrees and please use straight duct.
In this case, the outdoor noise level may increase.
Turn the switch to ON when 19.1 is used for the existing pipe.
In this case, the heating capacity may lower according to outside
temp. and indoor temp. in heating operation.
Turn the switch to ON when using the power save function.
The control to lower the compressor frequency (Approx. 10%) is
performed by indoor heat exchanger temp. in heating operation.
When snow enters from clearance of the fan guard or heat
exchanger into blast path and it is accumulated, the control to
prevent generation of motor lock is validated.
When outside temp. is below 4C though the compressor stops,
the outdoor fan operates with W5.
The defrost interval is cut to shorten it than the standard status.
For contents of control and cutting method, refer to Section
7-10. Defrost control.
When it is needed to lower the maximum value of the compressor
frequency, cut the jumper line. Max. frequency at heating is
lowered.
In this case the Max. capacity decreases.
Max. frequency of compressor
When using the air conditioner as a cooling-only conditioner, cut
the jumper line. (An air conditioner can be changed to cooling-only
conditioner by 0F of DN code on the remote controller.)
Model
Standard status
When J807 is cut
SP110 SP140 SP160
COOL HEAT COOL HEAT COOL HEAT
53.4 100.2 64.2 100.2 74.4 100.2
53.4 69.6 64.2 75.0 74.4 79.8
High static pressure setup
Existing piping setup
Power save setup
Snow-proof fan control
ON
SW802
1 2 3 4
all are OFF at shipment.
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9-3-2. Service Support Function (LED Display, Switch Operation)
1. Outline
A various setup and operation check can be performed by DIP switches at 3 positions
(SW802, SW803, SW804) and the pushdown button switches (SW800, SW801) at 2 positions.
Operation part
Display part
All LED are colorless when it goes off.
Part No.
D502
D503
D800 to D804
D805
Specifications
Orange LED
Green LED
Yellow LED
Green LED
Operation contents
Indoor/Outdoor communication (Serial communication) signal display
(Receive signal from indoor signal)
Indoor/Outdoor communication (Serial communication) signal display
(Send signal from outdoor signal)
Error display
When all SW803 are OFF, or when any of D800 to D804 goes on, LED
displays that the outdoor controller detects an error.
When status of SW803 is other than OFF, various indications are displayed.
Power-ON display
When the power of the outdoor unit is turned on, LED goes on.
When SW801 and SW804 operate the specific operation, LED flashes.
Part No.
SW800
SW803
SW801
SW804
SW802
Specifications
Pushdown button switch
DIP switch
Pushdown button switch
DIP switch
DIP switch
Operation contents
Exchanges the displayed contents of LED (D800 to D804) on the outdoor
control P.C. board.
Performs the specific operation to check maintenance.
Performs various initial settings. (Refer to 9-3-1.)
SW800 SW801 SW806
D502 D503
SW802 SW803
LED
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
SW804 SW805
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
D805
D804
D803
D802
D801
D800
D805
D804
D803
D802
D801
D800
Enlarged view of
LEDs
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ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
TC
SW803
TL
SW803
TE
SW803
TA
SW803
TO
SW803
TD
SW803
TCJ
SW803
TH
SW803
TS
SW803
SW803
SW803
SW803
SW803
SW803
SW803
9-3-3. Others
1. Selection of LED display (SW800, SW803 operation)
1) Display selection list
The displayed contents of LED D800 to D804 on the outdoor control P.C. board can be exchanged by
operation of SW803.
Switch Function / Contents
Error display (Error generating at present)
Error generating at present is displayed.
This switch goes off when an error does not generate.
Error display (The latest error: Latest error including present)
After error status was cleared, the error which generated
before can be confirmed by this setting. (Reconfirmation is
available even if power supply was turned off once.)
If an error generates at present, the same contents as those
of error which is generating at present are displayed.
Only error of TO sensor is not displayed by this setting.
(Confirm it by setting of error which is generating at present.)
Temperature sensor display
The detected value of temperature sensor is displayed.
Current display
The current value which flows in the outdoor unit is displayed.
Compressor operation frequency display
The operation frequency of the compressor is displayed.
PMV opening display
The opening of PMV (Pulse Motor Valve) is displayed.
Ps sensor display
Detected Ps sensor is displayed.
Refer
Refer to
2)
Refer to
2)
Refer to
3)
Refer to
3)
Refer to
3)
Refer to
3)
Refer to
3)
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2) Error display
The error which is generating at present and the latest error (Latest error information including present)
can be confirmed by lighting LED D800 toD804 on the outdoor control P.C. board.
a) When all DIP switch SW803 are OFF, the status of error which is generating at present is displayed.
b) <1> only of DIP switch SW803 is turned on, the error which generated before
(Latest error information including present) is displayed.a)
c) If there is an error, any of LED D800 to D804 goes on. (Display 1)
d) When pushing the pushdown button switch SW800 for approx. 1 second, the display is exchanged.
(Display 2)
e) When pushing SW800 again or after 2 minutes, the status returns to that of Display
Q
.
(Legend)

D800 D801 D802 D803 D804 D805
(Yellow) (Yellow) (Yellow) (Yellow) (Yellow) (Green)

: Go off,

: Go on,

: Flash
As the error code displayed on the wired remote controller may differ according to type of indoor model,
multiple codes are described.
Display 1)
(Initial display)

Display 2)
(SW800 operation)

Error contents
Normal
Discharge temp. sensor (TD) error
Heat exchanger temp. sensor (TE) error
Heat exchanger temp. sensor (TL) error
Outside temp. sensor (TO) error
Suction temp. sensor (TS) error
Heat sink temp. sensor (TH) error
Heat exchanger sensor (TE, TS) miswiring
EEPROM error
Compressor break down
Compressor lock
Current detection circuit error
Case thermostat operation
Model unset
Communication error between MCU
Other error (Compressor disorder, etc.)
Discharge temp. error
High pressure SW system error
Power supply error
Heat sink overheat error
Gas leak detection
4-way valve reverse error
High pressure protective operation
Fan system error
Driving element short-circuit
Position detection circuit erro
Wired remote controller
Error code

F04
F06
F06, F07
F08
F06, F12
F13, L29
F06, F15
F31, L29
H01
H02
H03
H04, P04
L10, L29
L29
Error is not determined.
P03
P04
P04, P05
P07, L29
P15, L29
P19, L29
P04, P20
P22
P26
P29
Present error
SW803
ON
2 3 4 1
Latest error
SW803
ON
2 3 4 1
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3) Sensor, current, compressor operation frequency, PMV opening display
The values detected by the controller, such as temperature sensor or current value are simply confirmed.
(Legend)

D800 D801 D802 D803 D804 D805
(Yellow) (Yellow) (Yellow) (Yellow) (Yellow) (Green)

: Go off,

: Go on
As TD, TL and TH are sensors for high temperature, there is error at normal temperature or below position.
For current value, the current for the outdoor unit only is displayed.
Item
setup
LED
display

Temperature sensor (C)


Below 25
25 to 21
20 to 16
15 to 11
10 to 5
5 to 1
0 to 4
5 to 9
10 to 14
15 to 19
20 to 24
25 to 29
30 to 34
35 to 39
40 to 44
45 to 49
50 to 54
55 to 59
60 to 64
65 to 69
70 to 74
75 to 79
80 to 84
85 to 89
90 to 94
95 to 99
100 to 104
105 to 109
110 to 114
115 to 119
Over 120
Sensor error, unconnected
Current
(A)
0 to 0.9
1 to 1.9
2 to 2.9
3 to 3.9
4 to 4.9
5 to 5.9
6 to 6.9
7 to 7.9
8 to 8.9
9 to 9.9
10 to 10.9
11 to 11.9
12 to 12.9
13 to 13.9
14 to 14.9
15 to 15.9
16 to 16.9
17 to 17.9
18 to 18.9
19 to 19.9
20 to 20.9
21 to 21.9
22 to 22.9
23 to 23.9
24 to 24.9
25 to 25.9
26 to 26.9
27 to 27.9
28 to 28.9
29 to 29.9
30 to 30.9
Over 31
Compressor
operation
frequency
(rpm)
0 to 4
5 to 9
10 to 14
15 to 19
20 to 24
25 to 29
30 to 34
35 to 39
40 to 44
45 to 49
50 to 54
55 to 59
60 to 64
65 to 69
70 to 74
75 to 79
80 to 84
85 to 89
80 to 84
95 to 99
100 to 104
105 to 109
110 to 114
115 to 119
120 to 124
125 to 129
130 to 134
135 to 139
140 to 144
145 to 149
150 to 154
Over 155
PMV
opening
(Pulse)
0 to 19
20 to 39
40 to 59
60 to 79
80 to 99
100 to 119
120 to 139
140 to 159
160 to 179
180 to 199
200 to 219
220 to 239
240 to 259
260 to 279
280 to 299
300 to 319
320 to 339
340 to 359
360 to 379
380 to 399
400 to 419
420 to 439
440 to 459
460 to 479
480 to 499
500

ON
2 3 4 1
SW803 SW803 SW803
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
TH
SW803
TD
SW803
TA
SW803
TE
SW803
TC
SW803
TS
SW803
TCJ
SW803
TO
SW803
TL
SW803
89
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804
4) Specific operation for maintenance check (SW801, SW804)
The following specific operations for the maintenance check are performed by operation of SW801 or
SW804.
a) Select DIP switch SW804. (See table below)
b) Push the pushdown button switch SW801 for approx. 1 second.
c) The following functions start. While each function starts, LED D805 (Green) flashes.
d) When pushing the pushdown button switch SW801 again for approx. 1 second, when selecting DIP
switch SW804 or when the specified time of each function elapsed, each function stops and
LED D805 (Green) returns to the continuous lighting.
<Specific operation>
Note 1) Indoor cooling test run demand / Indoor heating test run demand
Only when combining with the following indoor unit, cooling/heating operation can be performed from
the outdoor unit.
Test run is available: Indoor unit of 4 series and after (RAV-SM

4UT-E etc.)
Test run is unavailable: Indoor units other than the above-mentioned indoor units, or indoor units other
than above-mentioned indoor units are included in the twin, triple, double twin connection.
Note 2) The forced test run by this setting cannot be cleared on the indoor remote controller.
Be sure to clear the test run by operation of the outdoor unit. (Push SW801 again for 1 second.)
SW804 Operation when pushdown button switch SW801 is pushed
Refrigerant recovery operation
The outdoor unit performs cooling operation.
The indoor unit does not work by this operation alone.
Therefore operate the fan beforehand.
Indoor cooling test run demand
The cooling test run is performed. (o Note 1)
Indoor heating test run demand
The heating test run is performed. (o Note 1)
Fan motor forced operation
Drive the fan motor forcedly.
When pushing SW801 again or when 2 minutes elapsed,
the operation returns to the normal control.
PMV full open operation
Open PMV (Pulse Motor Valve) fully.
When pushing SW801 again or when 2 minutes elapsed,
the operation returns to the normal control.
PMV full close operation
Close PMV (Pulse Motor Valve) fully.
When pushing SW801 again or when 2 minutes elapsed,
the operation returns to the normal control.
PMV middle opening operation
Set PMV (Pulse Motor Valve) to middle opening.
When pushing SW801 again or when 2 minutes elapsed,
the operation returns to the normal control.
[NOTE]
Although these operations can
be performed even during
operation, basically perform
operation while the unit stops.
If performing this operation
during driving the unit, it is
dangerous because the
pressure may change suddenly.
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ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
ON
2 3 4 1
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804
SW804 Operation when pushdown button switch SW801 is pushed
4-way valve relay operation (For RY700, CN70 check)
Turn on 4-way valve power relay (RY700).
When pushing SW801 again or when 2 minutes elapsed,
the operation returns to the normal control.
Heater output relay operation
(For check RY703, CN703 check)
Turn on relay for option heater (RY703).
When pushing SW801 again or when 2 minutes
elapsed, the operation returns to the normal control.
Outside output relay operation (RY704, CN704)
Turn on relay for outside output (RY704).
When pushing SW801 again or when 2 minutes
elapsed, the operation returns to the normal control.
Forced start command
The indoor unit connected to the system is forcedly started.
(The indoor unit starts operation by setting of the operation mode on the remote controller.)
Forced stop command
The indoor unit connected to the system is forcedly stopped.
Relay operation change for outside output
[CAUTION]
Do not use this setting.
[CAUTION]
Although these operations can
be performed even during
operation, basically perform
operation while the unit stops.
If performing this operation
during driving the unit, it is
dangerous because the
pressure may change suddenly.
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Setup of line address of outdoor unit,
indoor unit address, and group address
Completion of cabling work
Turn on power of outdoor unit. Turn on power of outdoor unit.
Connect one remote controller with
one indoor unit (1 : 1) tentatively with
communication cable.
END
Turn on power of outdoor unit.
Set to all indoor units one by one.
Do you arbitrarily set the
indoor unit address?
Do you change setting after
automatic setting at the first time?
Is refrigerant line 1 line?
Is group control performed?
Setup of automatic
address finishes within
4 to 5 minutes.
After completion of address
setup, change is to arbitral
address/group manually.
(To AUTO address mode)
(MANUAL)
( )
( )
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
10. ADDRESS SETUP
10-1. Address Setup Procedure
When an outdoor unit and an indoor unit are connected, or when an outdoor unit is connected to each indoor
unit respectively in the group operation even if multiple refrigerant lines are provided, the automatic address
setup completes with power-ON of the outdoor unit. The operation of the remote controller is not accepted while
automatic address works. (Approx. 4 to 5 minutes)
When the following addresses are not stored in the neutral memory (IC503) on the indoor P.C. board, a test
run operation cannot be performed. (Unfixed data at shipment from factory)
Line address
Indoor unit address
Group address
Item code
12
13
14
Data at shipment
0099
0099
0099
Setup data range
0001 (No. 1 unit) to 0064 (No. 64 unit)
0001 (No. 1 unit) to 0064 (No. 64 unit)
Max. value of indoor units in the identical refrigerant line
0000 : Individual (Indoor units which are not controlled in a group)
0001 : Master unit (1 indoor unit in group control)
0002 : Sub unit (Indoor units other than master unit in group control)
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10-2. Address Setup & Group Control
<Terminology>
Indoor unit No. : N - n = Outdoor unit line address N (Max. 30) - Indoor unit address n (Max. 64)
Group address : 0 = Single (Not group control)
1 = Master unit in group control
2 = Sub unit in group control
Master unit (= 1) : The representative of multiple indoor units in group operation sends/receives signals to/from
the remote controllers and sub indoor units.
(* It has no relation with an indoor unit which communicates serially with the outdoor units.)
The operation mode and setup temperature range are displayed on the remote controller LCD.
(Except air direction adjustment of louver)
Sub unit (= 2) : Indoor units other than master unit in group operation
Basically, sub units do not send/receive signals to/from the remote controllers.
(Except errors and response to demand of service data)
Header unit (Representative unit) (Master Twin)
: This unit communicates with the indoor unit (follower) which serial-communicates with the
outdoor units and sends/receives signal (Command from compressor) to/from the outdoor
units as the representative of the cycle control in the indoor units of the identical line address
within the minimum unit which configures one of the refrigerating cycles of Twin.
Follower unit (Subordinate unit) (Sub Twin)
: Indoor units excluding the header unit in Twin
This unit communicates with (Header) indoor unit in the identical line address and performs
control synchronized with (Header) indoor unit.
This unit does not perform the signal send/receive operation with the outdoor units. :
No judgment for serial signal error.
10-2-1. System Configuration
2. Twin
Outdoor
1-1
Individual
Indoor (Master/Header)
Remote
controller
2-1
Sub/Header
1-1
Sub/Header
4-1
Master/Header
3-1
Sub/Header
1-1
Master/Header
1-2
Sub/Follower
8-1
Sub/Header
1. Single
3. Single group operation
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1-1
Individual
(Master/Sub)
2-1
Sub/Header
1-1
Sub/Header
1-2
Sub/Follower
3-1
Master/Header
3-2
Sub/Follower
3-3
Sub/Follower
10-2-2. Automatic Address Example from Unset Address (No miswiring)
1. Standard (One outdoor unit)
1) Single
2) Group operation (Twin, Triple operation)
(Multiple outdoor units = Miltiple indoor units only with serial communication)
Only turning on source power supply (Automatic completion)
Header unit: The header unit receives the indoor unit data (thermo status) of the follower
(Without identical line address & indoor/outdoor serial) and then finally controls the
outdoor compressor matching with its own thermo status.
The header unit sends this command information to the follower unit.
Follower unit: The follower unit receives the indoor unit data from the header
(With identical line address & indoor/outdoor serial) and then performs the thermo
operation synchronized with the header unit.
The follower unit sends own thermo ON/OFF demand to the header unit.
(Example)
No. 1-1 header unit sends/receives signal to/from No. 1-2 and No. 1-3 follower units.
(It is not influenced by the line 2 or 3 address indoor unit.)
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2-1
Single Twin Triple
1-1 1-2 3-1 3-2 3-3
2-1
Sub/Header
1-1
Sub/Header
3-1
Master/Header
8-1
Sub/Header
2-1
Sub/Header
1-1
Sub/Header
2-3
Master/Follower
3-1
Sub/Header
3-3
Sub/Follower
1-2
Sub/Follower
1-2
Sub/Header
(1-1) (1-2) (1-3)
1-3
Master/Follower
1-1
Sub/Follower
1-1
Individual
(Master/Header)
(Max. : 8 units)
1-2
Master/Header
(1-1) (1-2)
1-1
Sub/Follower
10-2-3. Automatic Address Example from Unset Address (No miswiring)
1. Standard (One outdoor unit)
Only turning on source power supply (Automatic completion)
2. Group operation
(Multiple outdoor units = Multiple indoor units with serial communication only, without twin)
Only turning on source power supply (Automatic completion)
3. Multiple groups operation
Change is necessary
Manually change addresses of the multiple follower units simultaneously from the remote controller.
1) Single 2) Twin 3) Triple (SP160 only)
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A
B
A
B
Terminal block for remote controller
wiring of indoor unit
Terminal block
Remote controller
unit
Remote controller wire
(Procured locally)
10-3. Remote Controller Wiring
Strip off approx. 9 mm the wire to be connected.
For single system, use non polarity, 2 core wire is
used for wiring of the remote controller.
(0.5 mm to 2.0 mm wires)
For the synchronous twin, triple system, use
2-conre shield wire (Vinyl cord for microphone 0.5
to 2.0 mm) to conform to the EMC standard.
For details of wiring/installation of the remote
controller, refer to the Installation Manual enclosed
with the remote controller.
Single system
Wiring diagram
Simultaneous triple system (SP160 only)
Simultaneous twin system
A B
1
1
L1 L2
2
2
3
3
380-415 V 3N~, 50Hz
380 V 3N~, 60Hz
Remote controller
Remote controller wiring
Indoor side
Indoor/Outdoor
connecting wires
Outdoor side
L3 N
A B
1 2 3
A B
1
1
L1 L2
2
2
3
3
380-415 V 3N~, 50Hz
380 V 3N~, 60Hz
Remote controller
Remote controller
wiring
Indoor side
Indoor/Outdoor
connecting wires
Outdoor side
Remote controller
inter-unit wiring
Indoor power
inter-unit wiring
Indoor side
L3 N
A B
1 2 3
A B
1
1
2
2
3
3
A B
1 2 3
Remote controller
Remote controller
wiring
Indoor side
Indoor/Outdoor
connecting wires
Outdoor side
Indoor side Indoor side
Remote controller
inter-unit wiring
Remote controller
inter-unit wiring
Indoor power
inter-unit wiring
Triple
Indoor power
inter-unit wiring
380-415 V 3N~, 50Hz
380 V 3N~, 60Hz
L1 L2 L3 N
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(Example of 2-lines cabling)
(Real line: Cabling, Broken line: Refrigerant pipe)
For the above example, perform setting by
connecting singly the wired remote controller
without remote controller inter-unit cable.
Group address
Individual : 0000
Master unit : 0001
Sub unit : 0002
In case of group control
Outdoor
Indoor
A B
A B
1 2 3
Indoor
A B
1 2 3
Indoor
A B
1 2 3
Indoor
A B
1 2 3
1 2 3
Outdoor
1 2 3
Remote controller
Line address 1
Indoor unit address 1
Group address 1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
<Operation procedure>
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 END
1
3, 6, 9
END 11
2, 5, 8
4, 7, 10
SET
TIME
TIMER SET
TEST
FILTER LL
RESET
TEMP.
CL
FAN
SAVE AA
SWING/FIX
VENT
MODE
ON / OFF
UNIT LOUVER T
10-4. Address Setup (Manual setting from remote controller)
1 Push
SET
+
CL
+
TEST
buttons simultaneously
for 4 seconds or more.
2 (m mm mm Line address)
Using the temperature setup / buttons,
set to the CODE No.
3 Using timer time / buttons, set the line address.
4 Push
SET
button. (OK when display goes on.)
5 (m mm mm Indoor unit address)
Using the temperature setup / buttons, set ! to the CODE No.
6 Using timer time / buttons, set 1 to the line address.
7 Push
SET
button. (OK when display goes on.)
8 (m mm mm Group address)
Using the temperature setup / buttons, set " to the CODE No.
9 Using timer time / buttons, set to Individual, to Master unit, and to sub unit.
10 Push
SET
button. (OK when display goes on.)
11 Push
TEST
button.
Setup completes. (The status returns to the usual stop status.)
In case that addresses of the indoor units will be
determined prior to piping work after cabling work
Set an indoor unit per a remote controller.
Turn on power supply.
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1 2
END
Operation
<Operation procedure>
2
1
SET
TIME
TIMER SET
TEST
FILTER LL
RESET
TEMP.
CL
FAN
SAVE AA
SWING/FIX
VENT
MODE
ON / OFF
UNIT LOUVER T
1 2 3
END
<Operation procedure>
3
1
2
SET
TIME
TIMER SET
TEST
FILTER LL
RESET
TEMP.
CL
FAN
SAVE AA
SWING/FIX
VENT
MODE
ON / OFF
UNIT LOUVER T
10-5. Confirmation of Indoor Unit No. Position
1. To know the indoor unit addresses though position of the indoor unit body is recognized
In case of individual operation (Wired remote controller : indoor unit = 1 : 1)
(Follow to the procedure during operation)
<Procedure>
1 Push
ON / OFF
button if the unit stops.
2 Push
UNIT LOUVER
button.
Unit No. is displayed on LCD.
(It disappears after several seconds.)
The displayed unit No. indicate line address and
indoor unit address.
(When other indoor units are connected to the
identical remote controller (Group control unit), other
unit numbers are also displayed every pushing
UNIT LOUVER
button.
2. To know the position of indoor unit body by address
To confirm the unit No. in the group control
(Follow to the procedure during operation) (in this procedure, the indoor units in group control stop.)
<Procedure>
The indoor unit numbers in the group control are
successively displayed, and fan, louver, and drain pump
of the corresponding indoor unit are turned on.
(Follow to the procedure during operation)
1 Push
VENT
and
TEST
buttons simultaneously for
4 seconds or more.
Unit No. is displayed.
Fans and louvers of all the indoor units in the
group control operate.
2 Every pushing
UNIT LOUVER
button, the unit numbers
in the group control are successively displayed.
The unit No. displayed at the first time indicates the
master unit address.
Fan and louver of the selected indoor unit only
operate.
3 Push
TEST
button to finish the procedure.
All the indoor units in the group control stop.
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<Maintenance/Check list>
Aiming in environmental preservation, it is strictly recommended to clean and maintain the indoor/outdoor units
of the operating air conditioning system regularly to secure effective operation of the air conditioner.
It is also recommended to maintain the units once a year regularly when operating the air conditioner for a long time.
Check periodically signs of rust or scratches, etc. on coating of the outdoor units.
Repair the defective position or apply the rust resisting paint if necessary.
If an indoor unit operates for approx. 8 hours or more per day, usually it is necessary to clean the indoor/outdoor
units once three months at least.
These cleaning and maintenance should be carried out by a qualified dealer.
Although the customer has to pay the charge for the maintenance, the life of the unit can be prolonged.
Failure to clean the indoor/outdoor units regularly will cause shortage of capacity, freezing, water leakage or
trouble on the compressor.
Part name
Heat exchanger
Fan motor
Filter
Fan
Suction/
Discharge grille
Drain pan
Face panel, Louver
External appearance
Object
Indoor Outdoor

Contents of check
Blocking with dust, damage check
Audibility for sound
Visual check for dirt and breakage
Visual check for swing and balance
Check adhesion of dust and external
appearance.
Visual check for dirt and scratch
Check blocking by dust and dirt of drain
water.
Check dirt and scratch.
Check rust and pealing of insulator
Check pealing and floating of coating film
Contents of maintenance
Clean it when blocking is found.
When abnormal sound is heard
Clean with water if dirty
Replace if any breakage
Replace fan when swinging or
balance is remarkably poor.
If a large dust adheres, clean it with
brush or water.
Repair or replace it if deformation or
damage is found.
Clean drain pan, Inclination check
Cleaning/Coating with repair painting
Coating with repair painting
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11. REPLACEMENT OF THE SERVICE P.C. BOARD (4316V417) MCC-1599
1. Setting the jumper wires and DIP switches
Model switching (J800 to J803)
Since this service P.C. board is available for several models, cut the jumper wires according to the following table.
If they are not cut correctly, an error code L10 or L29 appears on the wired remote controller and the
operation of the air conditioner is disabled.
SW802
SW804
SW803
SW805
J807 to J811
J800 to J803
J804 to J806
MCC-1599
Part name
J800 to J803
Jumper wire
J804 to J811
SW802
DIP switch
SW803
SW804
SW805
Function
Model switching
Settings
Settings
LED indication switching
Special operations for service
Special operations for service
Setting
Cut these jumper wires according to the following table.
Set these jumper wires to the settings of the P.C. board
before replacement
Set SW802 to the setting of the P.C. board
before replacement
Set SW803 to all OFF.
Set SW804 to all OFF
Set SW805 to all OFF
Model name
Factory setting (default)
RAV-SM2244AT8-E, AT7
RAV-SM2804AT8-E, AT7
RAV-SP1104AT8-E, AT7
RAV-SP1404AT8-E, AT7
RAV-SP1604AT8-E, AT7
: Characters that indicate the following
No. character : Standard models
Z : For salt-affected areas
ZG : For heavily salt-affected areas
J 800 J 801 J 802 J 803





: Connected,

: Cut
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12. HOW TO EXCHANGE COMPRESSOR
12-1. Exchanging Procedure of Compressor (Outline)
12-2. Exchange of Compressor
For exchange of compressors, refer to (11) Compressor in Section 14. Detachments.
START
Has refrigerant recovery work been done?
YES
Remove the defective compressor.
Mount a service compressor.
Leakage check
Vacuuming
Charge the refrigerant.
END
Turn off the leakage breaker.
NO
Open PMV forcedly and then recover refrigerant
using a refrigerant recovery unit.
Never recover the refrigerant to the outdoor unit.
For the refrigerant recovery work during reinstallation
of repair work, be sure to use the refrigerant recovery unit.
Recovery of refrigerant to the outdoor unit is unavailable;
otherwise a serious accident such as explosion or
injury may be caused.
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14. DETACHMENTS
14-1. Outdoor Unit
RAV-SP1104AT8 (7), RAV-SP1404AT8 (7), RAV-SP1604AT8 (7) series
No.
1
Part name
Common
procedure
Procedure
WARNING
Stop operation of the air conditioner and turn off
breaker switch.
CAUTION
Ensure wearing of gloves when performing any work
in order to avoid injury from parts, etc.
1. Detachment
1) Remove the service panel.
(Hexagonal screws 4 10, 2 pcs.)
Remove the screws and then pull service panel
downward to remove.
2) Remove the power supply cable and the indoor/
outdoor connecting wire from the cord clamp and
the terminal.
3) Remove the top plate.
(Hexagonal screws 4 10, 5 pcs.)
2. Attachment
1) Attach the top plate.
(Hexagonal screws 4 10, 5 pcs.)
2) Connect the power supply cable and the indoor/
outdoor connecting wire to the terminal and then
fix with the cord clamp.
CAUTION
The power supply cable and the indoor/outdoor
connecting wire must be affixed along the crossover
pipe using a commercially available bundling band so
that they do not make contact with the compressor,
gas valve, gas pipe and discharge pipe.
3) Attach the front panel.
(Hexagonal screws 4 10, 2 pcs.)
Remarks
Service panel
Top plate
Service panel
Top plate
119
Heat exchanger Motor base
Discharge
port cabinet
Discharge
port cabinet
Bottom plate Fin guard
No.
2
Part name
Discharge
port cabinet
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Carry out the operation in 1. of
Q
above.
2) Remove the screws fixing the inverter assembly,
the discharge port cabinet and the partition board.
(ST1T 4 8, 4 pcs.)
3) Remove the screws for the discharge port cabinet
and the bottom plate.
(Hexagonal screw 4 10, 2 pcs.)
4) Remove screw for the discharge port cabinet and
heat exchanger. (ST1T 4 8, 1 pc.)
5) Remove screw for the discharge port cabinet and
the motor base. (ST1T 4 8, 2 pcs.)
6) Remove screws for the discharge port cabinet
and the fin guard.
(Hexagonal screw 4 10, 2 pcs.)
2. Attachment
1) Attach the discharge port cabinet and end board
of heat exchanger and fix with a screw.
(ST1T 4 8, 1 pc.)
2) Mount other removed screws into original
positions.
Remarks
120
No.
3
Part name
Side cabinet
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Carry out the operation in 1. of
Q
above.
2) Remove the screws fixing the inverter assembly
and the side cabinet. (ST1T 4 10, 3 pcs.)
3) Remove the screws for the side cabinet and the
valve fixing plate. (ST1T 4 10, 2 pcs.)
4) Remove screw for the side cabinet and piping
panel (rear). (Hexagonal screw 4 10, 2 pcs.)
5) Remove screw for the side cabinet and the
bottom plate. (Hexagonal screw 4 10, 1 pc.)
6) Remove screws for the side cabinet, heat
exchanger and the fin guard.
(Hexagonal screw 4 10, 5 pcs.)
2. Attachment
1) Temporarily suspend the side cabinet on the
inverter assembly using the hook.
2) Mount the removed screws in the opposite
procedure to that during detachment.
Remarks
Valve fixing plate
Valve fixing plate
Discharge port cabinet
Inverter assy
Inverter assy
Side cabinet
Hook
121
Sound-insulation plate
(upper)
Sound-insulation plate
(rolling out)
Sound-insulation plate
(upper)
Sound-insulation plate
(rolling out)
Compressor lead
Inverter
assembly
Hook Case thermostat
Compressor lead
Partition plate
Inverter
assembly
Inverter
assembly
Inverter
assembly
Hook
Partition plate
Case thermostat
Fan-IPDU board
Remove the fan motor lead wire
from the cord clamp.
Remove the fan motor lead wire
from the cord clamp.
Remove the fan motor lead wire
from the cord clamp.
Remove the fan motor lead wire
from the cord clamp.
Discharge port
cabinet
Discharge port
cabinet
Interface board Interface board
Fan-IPDU board
Cut the
banding band
Cut the
banding band
Cut the
banding band
Cut the
banding band
No.
4
Part name
Inverter
assembly
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Carry out the operation in 1. of
Q
, 1. of
S
above.
2) Remove the connectors connected to the Fan IPDU
board, the connector connected to other components
from the control board
(Interface board).
CN600: TS sensor (3P: White, tube: Gray)
CN601: TE sensor (2P: White, tube: Blue)
CN602: TO sensor (2P: Yellow, tube: Black)
CN603: TD sensor (3P: White, tube: Red)
CN604: TL sensor (2P: White, tube: White)
CN609: Case thermo. (2P: Blue)
CN690: High poressure switch (3P: Green)
CN700: 4-way coil (3P: Yellow)
CN710: PMV coil (6P: White)
Fan IPDU board
CN700: Outdoors lower fan motor (3P: Blue)
CN750: Outdoors upper fan motor (3P: White)
Cut the banding band and remove connector connected
from fan motor to fan motor relay board.
Remove connectors after unlocking housing section
3) Remove the screw (1 position) fixing the discharge port
cabinet.
4) Cut bundling band fixing various lead lines to inverter
assembly.
5) Remove sound-insulation plate (upper).
6) Remove terminal cover of compressor and remove
compressor lead.
7) Pull up the inverter assembly at upper side to remove
hook of partition plate (rear left part).
2. Attachment
1) Mount the inverter assembly on the partition plate.
CAUTION
When mounting the inverter assembly on the partitioning
plate, ensure proper mounting of the hook (rear left part)
with partitioning plate.
2) Mount the individual components in the opposite
procedure to that during detachment.
Remarks
122
Support (4 positions)
Statue of control board when removed
Interface board
(Control board)
No.
5
Part name
Interface board
(Control board)
MCC-1599
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Carry out the operation in 1. of
Q
, and
1. of
S
above.
2) Remove lead wires and connectors to other
components from the interface board
(control board).
CN01 : Indoor/Outdoor connection terminal
(5P: White)
CN02 : Power relay (3P: Red)
CN600: TS sensor (3P: White, tube: Gray)
CN601: TE sensor (2P: Green, tube: Blue)
CN602: TO sensor (2P: Yellow, tube: Black)
CN603: TD sensor (3P: White, tube: Red)
CN604: TL sensor (2P: White, tube: White)
CN608: Connection with noise filter board
(2P: White)
CN609: Case thermo. (2P :Blue)
CN690: High pressure switch (3P: Green)
CN700: 4-way coil (3P: Yellow)
CN708: Magnet switch (3P: Blue)
CN710: PMV coil (6P: White)
CN802: Connection with Fan IPDU board
(5P: white)
Remove connectors after unlocking housing
section
3) Remove the claws of the supports
(4 positions) fixing the board and remove the
interface board (Control board).
2. Attachment
1) Mount the interface board (Control board).
2) Mount the individual components in the
opposite procedure to that during detachment.
Remarks
123
State of Fan-IPDU board when removed
Heat sink
Support
(2 positions)
FAN-IPDU board
Screw
Earth wire
Support
(2 positions)
Screw
No.
6
Part name
Fan-IPDU board
MCC-1597
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Carry out the operation in 1. of
Q
, and
1. of
S
above.
2) Remove lead wires and connectors to other
components from the Fan-IPDU board.
CN500: Connection between reactor and
noise filter board (7P, Red)
CN502: Compressor IPDU board (3P, White)
CN504: Interface board (5P, Blue)
CN505: Compressor IPDU board (5P, Red)
CN602: Noise filter board (2P, Black)
CN700: Outdoors lower fan motor (3P, Blue)
CN750: Outdoors upper fan motor (3P, White)
Connectors should be removed after
unlocking the housing section.
3) Remove screw fixing the earth wire.
4) Remove the claw of the support (4 positions)
fixing the board and the screw (5 positions)
fixing the heat sink and then remove the Fan-
IPDU board.
2. Attachment
1) Mount Fan-IPDU board
2) Mount components in the opposite method to
that when removing.
Remarks
124
Interface board
Fan-IPDU boardg
Using the hook,
it is possible to temporarily suspend
the inverter assembly (front).
Screws
(2 positions)
Inverter assembly (front)
Using
Noize filter board
State of noize
filter board
when removed
State of noize
filter board
when removed
No.
7
Part name
Noise filter
board
MCC-1600
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Perform the operation in 1. of
Q
,1. of
T
,
1.-2 of
U
and 1.-2 of
V
.
2) Remove the screws (3 positions) fixing the inverter assem-
bly (front). Then slide the inverter assembly (front) upwardly
and remove.
3) Remove the lead wires connector to other components from
the noise filter board.
CN05: Power supply terminal block (red)
CN06: Power supply terminal block (White)
CN07: Power supply terminal block (Black)
CN08: Power supply terminal block (Gray)
CN09: Connection to earth (Brown)
CN10: Posister (Red)
CN16: Relay (Red)
CN17: Compressor IPDU board (White)
CN18: Relay (Black)
CN19: Relay (Gray)
CN20: Power supply terminal block (White)
CN23: Fan-IPDU board (5P, Red)
CN50: Interface board (2P, White)
CN51: Fan-IPDU board (2P, Back)
Connectors should be removed after unlocking the
housing section.
4) Remove the claw of the support (2 positions) and the screw
(2 positions) fixing the base and then remove the noise filter
base.
2. Attachment
1) Mount noise filter board.
2) Mount components in the opposite method to that when
removing.
Remarks
125
No.
8
Part name
Compressor
IPDU board
MCC-1596
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Carry out the operation in 1. of
Q
, 1. of
T
,
1. of
U
, 1. of
V
and 1. of
W
.
2) Remove the screw (4 positions) fixing the inverter
assembly (IPDU).
3) Remove the lead wire and connector to other
components from the compressor IPDU board.
CN04 : Posister (Red)
CN09 : Power supply terminal block (Yellow)
CN10 : Power supply terminal block (Yellow)
CN11 : Relay (Red)
CN12 : Noise filter board (White)
CN13 : Relay (Black)
CN101: FAN-IPDU board (3P, White)
CN211: Compressor (Red)
CN212: Compressor (White)
CN213: Compressor (Black)
CN851: FAN-IPDU board (5P, Red)
Connectors should be removed after unlocking
the housing section.
4) Slide and remove the inverter assembly (IPDU).
5) Remove the screws (4 positions) fixing the heat
sink and the screws (3 positions) fixing the
compressor IPDU board and then remove the
compressor IPDU board.
2. Attachment
1) Mount compressor IPDU board.
2) Mount components in the opposite method to that
when removing.
Remarks
Compressor
IPDU board
State of compressor IPDU board
when removed
Screws (4 positions)
Screws (3 positions)
Inverter assembly (front)
Compressor
IPDU board
126
Fan motor Fan motor
Connector of
upper fan motor
Ferrite core
Fan motor lead
fixed rubber
Propeller fan Propeller fan
Fan motor Fan motor
Projection/Refrigerating
cycle side
Propeller fan Propeller fan
Loosened by
turning clockwise
Flange nut
Loosened by
turning clockwise
Flange nut
Projection/Refrigerating
cycle side
Projection/Refrigerating
cycle side
Connector of
lower fan motor
Connector of
lower fan motor
Ferrite core Ferrite core
Fan motor lead
fixed rubber
Fan motor lead
fixed rubber
No
9 .
Part name
Fan motor
Procedure
1) Carry out works of item 1 of
Q
and work of
R
.
2) Remove the flange nut fixing the fan motor and the propeller
fan.
The flange nut is loosened by turning it clockwise.
(When tightening it, turn it counterclockwise.)
3) Remove the propeller fan.
4) Remove the connector for the fan motor from the inverter.
(Remove the ferrite core of the lower fan motor because it is
used.)
5) Remove the fan motor lead from the fan motor lead fixed
rubber of the penetrated part of the partition board.
6) Remove the fixing screws (4 pieces each) while supporting
the fan motor so that it does not fall down.
Cautions for assembling of fan motor
Tighten the flange nut with 4.95Nm (50kgfcm).
Adjust length of the fan motor lead wire at the fan motor
lead fixed rubber so that the fan motor lead is not slack-
ened; otherwise the fan motor lead may come to contact
with the propeller fan.
Attach the fan motor lead fixed rubber to the partition
board so that the projection is set at the refrigerating
cycle side.
Be sure so that the rector body does not contact with the
fan motor lead.
Be sure to bundle the removed bundling band with the
bundling band on the market.
Necessarily attach the ferrite core of the lower fan motor
again. (Fix it with bundling band on the market.)
REQUIREMENT
Be sure to fix the fan motor lead to the motor base using the
metal band of the motor base so that the fan motor lead
does not come to contact with the propeller fan.
Part name
127
No.
10
Part name
Compressor
Compressor
lead
Procedure
1. Removal of defective compressor
1) Recover the refrigerant gas.
2) Carry out work of item 1 of
Q
, 1 of
S
and 1 of
W
.
3) Remove the piping panel (Front).
Remove the piping panel (Front) and screws of the
bottom plate. (Hexagonal screw 4 10, 2 pcs.)
Remove screw of the piping panel (Front) and the
piping panel (Rear). (Hexagonal screw 4 10, 1 pc.)
4) Remove the piping panel (Rear).
Remove the piping panel (Rear) and screws of the
bottom plate. (Hexagonal screw 4 10, 2 pcs.)
5) Remove the sound-insulation plate.
(Upper, rolling in, rolling out)
6) Remove the terminal cover of the compressor and
then remove the compressor lead and the compressor
case thermo.
7) Remove TD sensor which is fixed to the discharge
pipe.
8) Remove the compressor lead.
Control P.C. board U : CN211 Red
V : CN212 White
W : CN213 Black
9) Remove ferrite core from compressor lead.
10) Using a burner, remove the discharge pipe and the
suction pipe which are connected to the
compressor.
WARNING
In case of removing the piping by broiling the welded
part with a burner, if there is oil in the pipe, it may burst
into flames at the moment that wax melted, so take
sufficient care.
CAUTION
Note so that the flame does not catch the
4-way valve and PMV. (A malfunction may be caused.)
11) Pull off the discharge pipe and the suction pipe of
the refrigerating cycle upward.
12) Remove the compressor nuts which fix the
compressor to the bottom plate. (3 pcs.)
13) Pull out the compressor toward you.
CAUTION
As weight of the compressor is 20kg or more, handle it
by 2 workers.
Remarks
Compressor lead Compressor lead
Ferrite core Ferrite core
Compressor nuts
(3 pcs.)
Compressor nuts
(3 pcs.)
Remove
(Discharge pipe)
Remove
(Suction pipe)
Remove
(Discharge pipe)
Remove
(Suction pipe)
Pipe cover
TD sensor
Bundling band
(For thermal proof)
Pipe cover
TD sensor
Bundling band
(For thermal proof)
4
5
0
Piping panel (Front)
Piping panel (Rear)
Piping panel (Front)
Piping panel (Rear)
128
No.
10
Part name
Compressor
Compressor lead
(Continued)
Procedure
2. Mounting of compressor
1) Mount the compressor in the reverse
procedure for removal.
NOTE
After replacement of the compressor, be sure
to replace the compressor lead. (Repair part
code of compressor lead: 43160612)
In this time, wrap the ferrite core with the
compressor lead wire by 1 time.
As shown in the right figure, mount the
sound-insulation plate (rolling in, rolling out)
by passing through it between the
compressor and the piping, and between the
piping and the partition board.
Fix TD sensor by the bundling band for heat-
proof on the market via the pipe cover so that
TD sensor does not directly come to contact
with the discharge pipe.
3. Vacuuming
1) Connect the vacuum pump to the charge
port and the check joint of the gas pipe valve
and then drive the vacuum pump.
2) Carry out vacuuming until the vacuum low
pressure gauge indicates 1 (mmHg).
NOTE
Before vacuuming, open PMV fully.
If PMV is closed, vacuum may be impossible
between liquid pipe valve and PMV of the
outdoor unit.
Forced full-opening method of PMV
Turn on the leakage breaker.
Turn on 1 and 3 of Dip switch SW804 on the
control P.C. board of the outdoor unit.
Keep pushing SW801 on the control P.C. board of
the outdoor unit for 1 second or more.
After pushing SW801 for 1 second or more, turn
off the leakage breaker within 2 minutes.
4. Refrigerant charge
1) Add the refrigerant amount determined by
the pipe length from the charge port of the
valve.
Remarks
Wrap the ferrite core with the compressor
lead wire for 1 time.
There should be no clearance between
sound-insulation plate (upper) and sound-
insulation plate (rolling out).
Cultural rivet
Insert one side
Sound-insulation plate
(rolling out)
Sound-insulation plate
(upper)
Cultural rivet
Insert one side
under cultural rivet.
Sound-insulation plate
(rolling out)
Pass through sound-
insulation plate
(rolling out) between
suction pipe and
header pipe.
Put the end of
sound-insulation
plate (rolling out)
on the other end
at this position.
Header pipe
Suction pipe
Discharge pipe Discharge pipe
Pass through sound-insulation plate
(rolling in) between compressor and
discharge pipe, suction pipe and then put
the end of sound-insulation plate on the
other end at this position.
Header pipe
Suction pipe
Compressor lead
Ferrite core Ferrite core
0 to 50
(Compressor lead positioning standard)
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Compressor lead
SW804 SW801
129
No.
11
Part name
PMV coil
Procedure
1. Detachment
1) Carry out work of item 1 of
Q
.
2) Turn the coil while pulling upward and then
remove the coil from the PMV main unit.
2. Attachment
1) Surely match the positioning projection of
the coil with the concave part of PMV main
unit and then fix it.
Remarks
12
Fan guard 1. Detachment
1) Carry out works of item 1 of
Q
and 1 of
R
.
REQUIREMENT
To prevent scratch on the product, carry out
the work on cardboard, cloth, etc.
2) Remove the discharge port cabinet and then
put on it so that the fan guard side directs
downward.
3) Remove the hooking claws (8 positions) of
the fan guard.
2. Attachment
1) Push the hooking claws (8 positions) with
hands from the front side to fix the claws.
REQUIREMENT
Check that all the hooking claws are fixed at
the specified positions.
Hooking claw
Concave part PMV main unit
Positioning projection PMV coil
Fan guard Bell mouth Discharge
port cabinet
130
15. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
Outdoor Unit
RAV-SP1104AT8-E, RAV-SP1104AT8Z-E, RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-E
RAV-SP1104AT8-TR, RAV-SP1104AT8Z-TR, RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1104AT7, RAV-SP1104AT7Z, RAV-SP1104AT7ZG
23
18 20
25
38, 39, 40
41, 42, 43
16 48
2
1
8
21
13
15
37
24
4, 10
32, 33
29, 30
44, 45
22 17
47
46
27
31,
36
3,
28
34
26
7, 9, 35
19
14
6
5, 11, 12
131
Location
Part No. Description
No.
1 43019904 Holder, Sensor
2 43032441 Nipple, Drain
3 43047246 Bonnet, 3/8 IN
4 43047669 Nut, Flange
5 43049739 Cushion, Rubber
6 4304C703 Compressor, DA422A3F-27M
7 43050407 Thermostat, Bimetal
8 43060029 Filter, Noise
9 43063317 Holder, Thermostat
10 43197164 Nut, Flange
11 43197174 Nut, Comp.
12 43097212 Nut, Comp.
13 43100437 Panel, Front, Piping
14 43100438 Panel, Back, Piping
15 43100439 Panel, Front
16 43100440 Plate, Roof
17 43100470 Panel, Side
18 43100442 Panel, Air Outlet
19 43100443 Base Assy
20 43107274 Guard, Fin, Side
21 43107275 Guard, Fin, Back
22 43107276 Hanger
23 43109422 Guard, Fan
24 43120244 Fan, Propeller, PB521
25 43122113 Bell Mouth
26 4312C037 Motor, Fan, ICF-280-A100-1
27 43146676 Joint, Check
28 43146686 Valve, Packed, 9.52
29 43146687 Valve, 4-Way, STF-0401G
30 43146722 Coil, Solenoid, STF-01AJ502E1
31 43146724 Valve, Ball, SBV-JA5GTC-1, RoHs
32 43148170 Accumulator, 2.5L
33 43148188 Accumulator, 2.5L
34 43151301 Switch, Pressure
35 43160612 Lead Assy, Compressor
36 43194029 Bonnet
37 4311M659 Mark, TOSHIBA
38 4314G266 Condenser Assy, Down
39 4314G267 Condenser Assy, Down
40 4314G268 Condenser Assy, Down
41 4314G269 Condenser Assy, Up
42 4314G270 Condenser Assy, Up
43 4314G271 Condenser Assy, Up
44 4314N023 Valve, Plus, Modulaing, UKV-25D100
45 4314N025 Coil, PMV, UKV-A038
46 4314Q031 Strainer, 9.52
47 4314Q032 Strainer
48 43158227 Reactor, CH-78-FC
Model name RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1104AT8Z-E 1104AT8ZG-E
1104AT8-TR 1104AT8Z-TR 1104AT8ZG-TR
1104AT7 1104AT7Z 1104AT7ZG
3 3 3
1 1 1
1 1 1
2
3 3 3
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
2 2
3 3
3
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
2 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 2
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1
1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
132
711
701
717 713 720
TE
TS
TO
TD
TL
718, 719
708 709
715
706
707
721 710
718, 719
720
702
704
705 714 712 720
Inverter Assembly
RAV-SP1104AT8-E, RAV-SP1104AT8Z-E, RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-E
RAV-SP1104AT8-TR, RAV-SP1104AT8Z-TR, RAV-SP1104AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1104AT7, RAV-SP1104AT7Z, RAV-SP1104AT7ZG
133
Location
Part No. Description
No.
701 43058288 Reactor, CH-56-4Z
702 43154177 Relay, 480V, 20A
704 43158207 Reactor, CH-68
705 43153006 PTC-Thermistor, ZPROYCE101A500
706 43050425 Sensor Assy, TC (F6)
707 43150319 Sensor Assy, TD (F4)
708 43160565 Terminal Block, 3P, 20A, AC250A
709 43160579 Terminal, 30A, 4P
710 43060859 Fuse Block, 30A, 250V, FH153-PB
711 4316V416
P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1596,
Comp.-IPDU
712 4316V391 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1597, Fan-IPDU
713 4316V417 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1599, CDB
714 4316V398 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1600, N/F
715 43063325 Holder, Sensor
717 43160590 Fuse, 6.3A, AC250V
718 43282001 Bushing
719 43183020 Collar
720 43063248 Supporter Assy
721 43060700 Fuse, 10A, 250V
Model name RAV-SP
1104AT8-E 1104AT8Z-E 1104AT8ZG-E
1104AT8-TR 1104AT8Z-TR 1104AT8ZG-TR
1104AT7 1104AT7Z 1104AT7ZG
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
2 2 2
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
5 5 5
5 5 5
2 2 2
1 1 1
134
Outdoor Unit
RAV-SP1404AT8-E, RAV-SP1404AT8Z-E, RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-E
RAV-SP1404AT8-TR, RAV-SP1404AT8Z-TR, RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1404AT7, RAV-SP1404AT7Z, RAV-SP1404AT7ZG
23
18 20
25
38, 39, 40
41, 42, 43
16 48
2
1
8
21
13
15
37
24
4, 10
32, 33
29, 30
44, 45
22 17
47
46
27
31,
36
3,
28
34
26
7, 9, 35
19
14
6
5, 11, 12
135
Location
Part No. Description
No.
1 43019904 Holder, Sensor
2 43032441 Nipple, Drain
3 43047246 Bonnet, 3/8 IN
4 43047669 Nut, Flange
5 43049739 Cushion, Rubber
6 4304C703 Compressor, DA422A3F-27M
7 43050407 Thermostat, Bimetal
8 43060029 Filter, Noise
9 43063317 Holder, Thermostat
10 43197164 Nut, Flange
11 43197174 Nut, Comp.
12 43097212 Nut, Comp.
13 43100437 Panel, Front, Piping
14 43100438 Panel, Back, Piping
15 43100439 Panel, Front
16 43100440 Plate, Roof
17 43100470 Panel, Side
18 43100442 Panel, Air Outlet
19 43100443 Base Assy
20 43107274 Guard, Fin, Side
21 43107275 Guard, Fin, Back
22 43107276 Hanger
23 43109422 Guard, Fan
24 43120244 Fan, Propeller, PB521
25 43122113 Bell Mouth
26 4312C037 Motor, Fan, ICF-280-A100-1
27 43146676 Joint, Check
28 43146686 Valve, Packed, 9.52
29 43146687 Valve, 4-Way, STF-0401G
30 43146722 Coil, Solenoid, STF-01AJ502E1
31 43146724 Valve, Ball, SBV-JA5GTC-1, RoHs
32 43148170 Accumulator, 2.5L
33 43148188 Accumulator, 2.5L
34 43151301 Switch, Pressure
35 43160612 Lead Assy, Compressor
36 43194029 Bonnet
37 4311M659 Mark, TOSHIBA
38 4314G266 Condenser Assy, Down
39 4314G267 Condenser Assy, Down
40 4314G268 Condenser Assy, Down
41 4314G269 Condenser Assy, Up
42 4314G270 Condenser Assy, Up
43 4314G271 Condenser Assy, Up
44 4314N023 Valve, Plus, Modulaing, UKV-25D100
45 4314N025 Coil, PMV, UKV-A038
46 4314Q031 Strainer, 9.52
47 4314Q032 Strainer
48 43158227 Reactor, CH-78-FC
Model name RAV-SP
1404AT8-E 1404AT8Z-E 1404AT8ZG-E
1404AT8-TR 1404AT8Z-TR 1404AT8ZG-TR
1404AT7 1404AT7Z 1404AT7ZG
3 3 3
1 1 1
1 1 1
2
3 3 3
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
2 2
3 3
3
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
2 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 2
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1
1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
136
711
701
717 713 720
TE
TS
TO
TD
TL
718, 719
708 709
715
706
707
721 710
718, 719
720
702
704
705 714 712 720
Inverter Unit
RAV-SP1404AT8-E, RAV-SP1404AT8Z-E, RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-E
RAV-SP1404AT8-TR, RAV-SP1404AT8Z-TR, RAV-SP1404AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1404AT7, RAV-SP1404AT7Z, RAV-SP1404AT7ZG
137
Location
Part No. Description
No.
701 43058288 Reactor, CH-56-4Z
702 43154177 Relay, 480V, 20A
704 43158207 Reactor, CH-68
705 43153006 PTC-Thermistor, ZPROYCE101A500
706 43050425 Sensor Assy, TC (F6)
707 43150319 Sensor Assy, TD (F4)
708 43160565 Terminal Block, 3P, 20A, AC250A
709 43160579 Terminal, 30A, 4P
710 43060859 Fuse Block, 30A, 250V, FH153-PB
711 4316V416
P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1596,
Comp.-IPDU
712 4316V391 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1597, Fan-IPDU
713 4316V417 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1599, CDB
714 4316V398 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1600, N/F
715 43063325 Holder, Sensor
717 43160590 Fuse, 6.3A, AC250V
718 43282001 Bushing
719 43183020 Collar
720 43063248 Supporter Assy
721 43060700 Fuse, 10A, 250V
Model name RAV-SP
1404AT8-E 1404AT8Z-E 1404AT8ZG-E
1404AT8-TR 1404AT8Z-TR 1404AT8ZG-TR
1404AT7 1404AT7Z 1404AT7ZG
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
2 2 2
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
5 5 5
5 5 5
2 2 2
1 1 1
138
23
18 20
25
38, 39, 40
41, 42, 43
16 48
2
1
8
21
13
15
37
24
4, 10
32, 33
29, 30
44, 45
22 17
47
46
27
31,
36
3,
28
34
26
7, 9, 35
19
14
6
5, 11, 12
Outdoor Unit
RAV-SP1604AT8-E, RAV-SP1604AT8Z-E, RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-E
RAV-SP1604AT8-TR, RAV-SP1604AT8Z-TR, RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1604AT7, RAV-SP1604AT7Z, RAV-SP1604AT7ZG
139
Location
Part No. Description
No.
1 43019904 Holder, Sensor
2 43032441 Nipple, Drain
3 43047246 Bonnet, 3/8 IN
4 43047669 Nut, Flange
5 43049739 Cushion, Rubber
6 4304C703 Compressor, DA422A3F-27M
7 43050407 Thermostat, Bimetal
8 43060029 Filter, Noise
9 43063317 Holder, Thermostat
10 43197164 Nut, Flange
11 43197174 Nut, Comp.
12 43097212 Nut, Comp.
13 43100437 Panel, Front, Piping
14 43100438 Panel, Back, Piping
15 43100439 Panel, Front
16 43100440 Plate, Roof
17 43100470 Panel, Side
18 43100442 Panel, Air Outlet
19 43100443 Base Assy
20 43107274 Guard, Fin, Side
21 43107275 Guard, Fin, Back
22 43107276 Hanger
23 43109422 Guard, Fan
24 43120244 Fan, Propeller, PB521
25 43122113 Bell Mouth
26 4312C037 Motor, Fan, ICF-280-A100-1
27 43146676 Joint, Check
28 43146686 Valve, Packed, 9.52
29 43146687 Valve, 4-Way, STF-0401G
30 43146722 Coil, Solenoid, STF-01AJ502E1
31 43146724 Valve, Ball, SBV-JA5GTC-1, RoHs
32 43148170 Accumulator, 2.5L
33 43148188 Accumulator, 2.5L
34 43151301 Switch, Pressure
35 43160612 Lead Assy, Compressor
36 43194029 Bonnet
37 4311M659 Mark, TOSHIBA
38 4314G266 Condenser Assy, Down
39 4314G267 Condenser Assy, Down
40 4314G268 Condenser Assy, Down
41 4314G269 Condenser Assy, Up
42 4314G270 Condenser Assy, Up
43 4314G271 Condenser Assy, Up
44 4314N023 Valve, Plus, Modulaing, UKV-25D100
45 4314N025 Coil, PMV, UKV-A038
46 4314Q031 Strainer, 9.52
47 4314Q032 Strainer
48 43158227 Reactor, CH-78-FC
Model name RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT8Z-E 1604AT8ZG-E
1604AT8-TR 1604AT8Z-TR 1604AT8ZG-TR
1604AT7 1604AT7Z 1604AT7ZG
3 3 3
1 1 1
1 1 1
2
3 3 3
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
2 2
3 3
3
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
2 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 2
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1
1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
140
711
701
717 713 720
TE
TS
TO
TD
TL
718, 719
708 709
715
706
707
721 710
718, 719
720
702
704
705 714 712 720
Inverter Unit
RAV-SP1604AT8-E, RAV-SP1604AT8Z-E, RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-E}
RAV-SP1604AT8-TR, RAV-SP1604AT8Z-TR, RAV-SP1604AT8ZG-TR
RAV-SP1604AT7, RAV-SP1604AT7Z, RAV-SP1604AT7ZG
141
Location
Part No. Description
No.
701 43058288 Reactor, CH-56-4Z
702 43154177 Relay, 480V, 20A
704 43158207 Reactor, CH-68
705 43153006 PTC-Thermistor, ZPROYCE101A500
706 43050425 Sensor Assy, TC (F6)
707 43150319 Sensor Assy, TD (F4)
708 43160565 Terminal Block, 3P, 20A, AC250A
709 43160579 Terminal, 30A, 4P
710 43060859 Fuse Block, 30A, 250V, FH153-PB
711 4316V416
P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1596,
Comp.-IPDU
712 4316V391 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1597, Fan-IPDU
713 4316V417 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1599, CDB
714 4316V398 P.C. Board Assy, MCC-1600, N/F
715 43063325 Holder, Sensor
717 43160590 Fuse, 6.3A, AC250V
718 43282001 Bushing
719 43183020 Collar
720 43063248 Supporter Assy
721 43060700 Fuse, 10A, 250V
Model name RAV-SP
1604AT8-E 1604AT8Z-E 1604AT8ZG-E
1604AT8-TR 1604AT8Z-TR 1604AT8ZG-TR
1604AT7 1604AT7Z 1604AT7ZG
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
2 2 2
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
3 3 3
5 5 5
5 5 5
2 2 2
1 1 1
WARNINGS ON REFRIGERANT LEAKAGE
(2) When there is an effective opening with the
adjacent room for ventilation of leaking refrigerant
gas (opening without a door, or an opening 0.15%
or larger than the respective floor spaces at the top
or bottom of the door).
(3) If an indoor unit is installed in each partitioned room
and the refrigerant piping is interconnected, the
smallest room of course becomes the object. But
when a mechanical ventilation is installed
interlocked with a gas leakage detector in the
smallest room where the density limit is exceeded,
the volume of the next smallest room becomes the
object.
NOTE 3 :
The minimum indoor floor area compared with the
amount of refrigerant is roughly as follows:
(When the ceiling is 2.7m high)
Outdoor unit
e.g.,
charged amount (15kg)
e.g., charged
amount (10kg)
Indoor unit
Room A Room B Room C Room D Room E Room F
Outdoor unit
Refrigerant piping
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Refrigerant piping
Indoor unit
Very
small
room
Small
room
Medium
room
Large room
Mechanical ventilation device - Gas leak detector
0
5
10
10 20 30
15
20
25
30
35
40
Range below the
density limit
of 0.3 kg/m
(countermeasures
not needed)
Range above
the density limit
of 0.3 kg/m
(countermeasures
needed)
Total amount of refrigerant kg
M
i
n
.

i
n
d
o
o
r

f
l
o
o
r

a
r
e
a
m
Important
Check of Concentration Limit
The room in which the air conditioner is to be
installed requires a design that in the event of
refrigerant gas leaking out, its concentration will
not exceed a set limit.
The refrigerant R410A which is used in the air
conditioner is safe, without the toxicity or combustibility
of ammonia, and is not restricted by laws to be imposed
which protect the ozone layer.
However, since it contains more than air, it poses the
risk of suffocation if its concentration should rise
excessively. Suffocation from leakage of R410A is
almost non-existent.
With the recent increase in the number of high
concentration buildings, however, the installation of
multi air conditioner systems is on the increase because
of the need for effective use of floor space, individual
control, energy conservation by curtailing heat and
carrying power etc.
Most importantly, the multi air conditioner system is able
to replenish a large amount of refrigerant compared with
conventional individual air conditioners.
If a single unit of the multi conditioner system is to be
installed in a small room, select a suitable model and
installation procedure so that if the refrigerant
accidentally leaks out, its concentration does not reach
the limit (and in the event of an emergency, measures
can be made before injury can occur).
In a room where the concentration may exceed the limit,
create an opening with adjacent rooms, or install
mechanical ventilation combined with a gas leak
detection device.
The concentration is as given below.
Total amount of refrigerant (kg)
Min. volume of the indoor unit installed room (m)
d Concentration limit (kg/m)
The concentration limit of R410A which is used in multi
air conditioners is 0.3kg/m.
NOTE 1 :
If there are 2 or more refrigerating systems in a single
refrigerating device, the amounts of refrigerant should
be as charged in each independent device.
For the amount of charge in this example:
The possible amount of leaked refrigerant gas in
rooms A, B and C is 10kg.
The possible amount of leaked refrigerant gas in
rooms D, E and F is 15kg.
NOTE 2 :
The standards for minimum room volume are as follows.
(1) No partition (shaded portion)
6501*) +)441-4 +424)61
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