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R407C

SERIES
Variable Refrigerant Flow System

Multi Air Conditioning System for Buildings

Model : AO90M

HEAT RECOVERY TYPE

DESIGN & TECHNICAL DATA

CONTENTS
1.GENERAL INFORMATION
1-1 FEATURES OF SYSTEM ......................................................................................

1 - 01

1-2 MODEL LINE UP ....................................................................................................

1 - 07

2.CONTROL SYSTEM
2-1 CONTROL SYSTEM .............................................................................................. 2 - 01
2-1-1 LINE UP OF CONTROLLERS ............................................................................

2 - 01

2-1-2 CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN .............................................................................

2 - 03

2-1-3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES ..........................................................

2 - 04

2-1-4 FEATURES OF CONTROL SYSTEM ..................................................................

2 - 07

2-2 CONTROLLER UNIT.............................................................................................. 2 - 08
2-2-1 WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER .......................................................................

2 - 09

2-2-2 SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER(with MASTER control button) ...................

2 - 12

2-2-3 SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER(without MASTER control button) ..............

2 - 15

2-2-4 WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER ................................................................

2 - 18

2-2-5 IR RECEIVER UNIT .............................................................................................

2 - 21

2-2-6 COMBINATION OF INDIVIDUAL REMOTE CONTROLLER ...............................

2 - 23

2-2-7 GROUP CONTROL METHOD .............................................................................

2 - 24

2-2-8 GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER .....................................................................

2 - 26

2-2-9 CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER ..................................................................

2 - 29

2-2-10 PC (Personal Computer) CONTROLLER..........................................................

2 - 33

2-2-11 COMPARISON TABLE OF CONTROLLER ......................................................

2 - 36

2-3 ADAPTOR / CONVERTOR UNIT .........................................................................

2 - 37

2-3-1 NETWORK CONVERTOR(UTR-YRDA) ..............................................................

2 - 38

2-3-2 NETWORK CONVERTOR(UTR-YLLA) ..............................................................

2 - 42

2-3-3 BACnet gateway .................................................................................................

2 - 45

2-3-4 SIGNAL AMPLIFIER............................................................................................

2 - 47

2-3-5 TRANSMISSION ADAPTOR ...............................................................................

2 - 49

2-3-6 EXETERNAL SWITCH CONTROLLER...............................................................

2 - 51

2-4 SERVICE & MONITORING ................................................................................... 2 - 54
2-4-1 SERVICE TOOL...................................................................................................
2-4-2 WEB MONITORING TOOL..................................................................................

2 - 54
2 - 58

CONTENTS
3.OUTDOOR UNITS
3-1 MODEL LINE UP .................................................................................................... 3 - 01
3-2 FEATURE ................................................................................................................ 3 - 02
3-3 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................. 3 - 04
3-4 DIMENSIONS .......................................................................................................... 3 - 05
3-5 INSTALLATION SPACE ....................................................................................... 3 - 06
3-6 REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT ..................................................................................... 3 - 11
3-7 WIRING DIAGRAM ................................................................................................ 3 - 12
3-8 CAPACITY TABLE ................................................................................................. 3 - 13
3-9 SELECTION PROCEDURE .................................................................................. 3 - 16
3-10 REFRIGERANT PIPING LENGTH COMPENSATION CURVE ................... 3 - 18
3-11 OPERATION RANGE .......................................................................................... 3 - 19
3-12 SOUND LEVEL ..................................................................................................... 3 - 20
3-13 ELECTRIC CHARACTERISTICS ...................................................................... 3 - 22
3-14 SAFETY DEVICES SETTING ............................................................................ 3 - 22

4.INDOOR UNITS
4-1 MODEL LINE UP .................................................................................................... 4 - 01
4-2 FEATURE ................................................................................................................ 4 - 02
4-2-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE ...............................................................

4 - 02

4-2-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 03

4-2-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE .....................................................................................

4 - 04

4-2-4 DUCT TYPE .........................................................................................................

4 - 05

4-2-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE ............................................................

4 - 06

4-2-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE .............................................................................

4 - 07

4-2-7 CASSETTE TYPE ...............................................................................................

4 - 09

4-2-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE .....................................................................................

4 - 13

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4 - 14

4-2-9 CEILING WALL TYPE

4-3 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................. 4 - 15
4-3-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE ...............................................................

4 - 15

4-3-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE .......................................................................................

4 - 16

4-3-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 17

4-3-4 DUCT TYPE .........................................................................................................

4 - 18

4-3-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE .............................................................

4 - 19

4-3-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE .............................................................................

4 - 20

4-3-7 CASSETTE TYPE ................................................................................................

4 - 21

4-3-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 23

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4 - 24

4-3-9 CEILING WALL TYPE

CONTENTS
4.INDOOR UNITS
4-4 ELECTRIC CHARCTERISTICS ........................................................................... 4 - 26
4-5 DIMENSIONS .......................................................................................................... 4 - 28
4-5-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE ...............................................................

4 - 28

4-5-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 29

4-5-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE .....................................................................................

4 - 30

4-5-4 DUCT TYPE .........................................................................................................

4 - 34

4-5-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE ............................................................

4 - 36

4-5-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE ............................................................................

4 - 37

4-5-7 CASSETTE TYPE ...............................................................................................

4 - 38

4-5-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 40

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4 - 41

4-5-9 CEILING WALL TYPE

4-6.WIRING DIAGRAMS ............................................................................................. 4 - 42
4-6-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE ..............................................................

4 - 42

4-6-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 43

4-6-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 44

4-6-4 DUCT TYPE ......................................................................................................... 4 - 45
4-6-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE ............................................................

4 - 47

4-6-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE ............................................................................

4 - 48

4-6-7 CASSETTE TYPE ...............................................................................................

4 - 49

4-6-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 51

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4 - 52

4-6-9 CEILING WALL TYPE

4-7 PIPING DIAGRAM ................................................................................................. 4 - 53
4-8 CAPACITY TABLE COOLING ............................................................................ 4 - 54
4-8-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE .............................................................. 4 - 54
4-8-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE ....................................................................................... 4 - 55
4-8-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE ...................................................................................... 4 - 56
4-8-4 DUCT TYPE ......................................................................................................... 4 - 58
4-8-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE ............................................................. 4 - 59
4-8-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE ............................................................................ 4 - 60
4-8-7 CASSETTE TYPE ............................................................................................... 4 - 62
4-8-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 64

......................................................................................

4 - 65

4-8-9 CEILING WALL TYPE

CONTENTS
4.INDOOR UNITS
4-9 CAPACITY TABLE HEATING ............................................................................. 4 - 67
4-9-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE ..............................................................

4 - 67

4-9-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE .....................................................................................

4 - 68

4-9-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE ....................................................................................

4 - 69

4-9-4 DUCT TYPE ......................................................................................................... 4 - 70
4-9-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE ............................................................

4 - 71

4-9-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE .............................................................................

4 - 72

4-9-7 CASSETTE TYPE ................................................................................................

4 - 73

4-9-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE......................................................................................

4 - 75

4-9-9 CEILING WALL TYPE ......................................................................................

4 - 76

4-10 AIR VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION ........................................................................

4 - 78

4-10-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE .............................................................

4 - 78

4-10-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE .....................................................................................

4 - 84

4-10-3 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE ..........................................................................

4 - 88

4-10-4 CASSETTE TYPE .............................................................................................

4 - 91

4-10-5 WALL MOUNTED TYPE ...................................................................................

4 - 97

4-10-6 CEILING WALL TYPE .......................................................................................

4 - 100

4-11 FAN PERFORMANCE AND AIR FLOW ..........................................................

4 - 107

4-11-1 FAN CURVE (COMPACT DUCT TYPE) ...........................................................

4 - 107

4-11-2 FAN CURVE (DUCT TYPE) ...............................................................................

4 - 109

4-11-3 CAPACITY BY AIR FLOW (DUCT TYPE).........................................................

4 - 110

4-11-4 OUTLET AIR TEMPERATURE (DUCT TYPE) ..................................................

4 - 111

4-11-5 FAN CURVE (HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE) ..................................

4 - 112

4-12 FRESH AIR ............................................................................................................

4 - 113

4-13 NOISE LEVEL CURVE ......................................................................................

4 - 117

4-13-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE .............................................................

4 - 117

4-13-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE ....................................................................................

4 - 118

4-13-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE ...................................................................................

4 - 119

4-13-4 DUCT TYPE .......................................................................................................

4 - 121

4-13-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE ..........................................................

4 - 122

4-13-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE ..........................................................................

4 - 123

4-13-7 CASSETTE TYPE .............................................................................................

4 - 125

4-13-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE ...................................................................................

4 - 127

4-13-9 CEILING WALL TYPE .....................................................................................

4 - 128

4-14 SAFETY DEVICE .................................................................................................

4 - 131

CONTENTS
5.INSTALLTION
5-1 PIPING DESIGN ................................................................................................................ 5 - 01
5-1-1 PIPING METHOD .............................................................................................. 5 - 01
5-1-2 LIMITATIONS ................................................................................................................. 5 - 03
5-1-3 PIPE SIZE ....................................................................................................................... 5 - 04
5-1-4 SELECTION OF PIPE HEAT INSULATING MATERIAL.......................................... 5 - 05
5-1-5 ADDITIONAL CHARGE CALCULATION ................................................................... 5 - 06
5-1-6 EXAMPLE OF PIPING DESIGN .................................................................................. 5 - 07

5-2 WIRING DESIGN .............................................................................................................. 5 - 13
5-2-1 WIRING SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................ 5 - 13
5-2-2 POWER SUPPLY CABLE WIRING ....................................................................................... 5 - 14
5-2-3 TRANSMISSION LINE ................................................................................................. 5 - 15
5-2-4 WIRING SEPARATION ................................................................................................ 5 - 19
5-2-5 WIRING EXAMPLE ............................................................................................... 5 - 21

5-3 SYSTEM SETTING ........................................................................................................... 5 - 22
5-3-1 SYSTEM TYPE SETTING .................................................................................... 5 - 22
5-3-2 ADDRESS SETTING .................................................................................................... 5 - 23

5-4 FUNCTION SETTING ....................................................................................................... 5 - 29
5-4-1 OUTDOOR UNIT ........................................................................................................... 5 - 29
5-4-2 SWITCH FUNCTION (OUTDOOR UNIT) .................................................................. 5 - 30
5-4-3 INDOOR UNIT ................................................................................................................ 5 - 33
5-4-4 SWITCH FUNCTION (INDOOR UNIT) ...................................................................... 5 - 34
5-4-5 WIRED,SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER ................................................................ 5 - 38
5-4-6 DIP - SW FUNCTION (WIRED,SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER) ...................... 5 - 39
5-4-7 GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER ............................................................................... 5 - 41
5-4-8 SWITCH FUNCTION(GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER) ...................................... 5 - 41
5-4-9 CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER ......................................................................... 5 - 42
5-4-10 DIP SW FUNCTION (CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER) ................................ 5 - 43

5-5 EXTERNAL INPUT & OUTPUT ............................................................................ 5 - 45
5-5-1 INDOOR UNIT ..................................................................................................... 5 - 45
5-5-2 OUTDOOR UNIT ................................................................................................. 5 - 47
5-5-3 CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER / PC CONTROLLER ................................ 5 - 48

.................................................03 6-1-3 WIRED.................03 7-3 HEADER ..... 6 .. 7 ............87 5-9-2 CHECKING CONCENTRATION LIMIT ......................................................... 5 .................................................................................................................. 5 ......................................................................81 5-8-1 OUTDOOR UNIT ..... 5 .................................................50 5-6-2 INSTALLATION SPACE ..................................................................................... 5 .. 5 ...........07 6-1-6 CASE SUCH AS THESE ARE NORMAL ................. 7 ...........81 5-8-2 INDOOR UNIT ........................... 6 ................................ 7 .......................................... 7 ........................................ 5 ............................................................................................................................................................... 5 .................56 5-6-4 ELECTRICAL WIRING ........................................52 5-6-3 PIPING CONNECTION .......................................................01 6-1-1 OUTDOOR UNIT ................................................... 5 . 5 ..........................................................................................................09 .................................................................................................................. 5 ..........68 5-6-5 DRAIN PROCESSING ......................... 6 .....................................................79 5-8 STANDARD ACCESSORIES .............CONTENTS 5......05 7-4 CONTROLLER .............................................................INSTALLTION 5-6 INSTALLATION WORK ..SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER ................................................. 6 ...........OPTIONAL PARTS 7-1 RB(REFRIGERANT BRANCH) UNIT ..................................................................................................... 5 .................................TROUBLE SHOOTING 6-1 TROUBLE SHOOTING ...................................................01 7-2 SEPARATION TUBE ................................78 5-6-7 TEST RUN ....................................................01 6-1-2 INDOOR UNIT ....87 6.............. 5 .......................................................................................................07 7-5 ADAPTOR / CONVERTOR .................................................... 7 ............................................................ 6 ............................................................ 6 ..........................04 6-1-4 GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER ................... 5 .........................82 5-9 REFRIGERANT LEAKAGE CAUTION ........................................................78 5-7 COMPATIBILITY .. 5 .............................................................................87 5-9-1 INTRODUCTION ...............................71 5-6-6 SYSTEM & FUNCTION SETTING ...08 7-6 OTHERS ...........................08 7.....................................................................................05 6-1-5 CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER / PC CONTROLLER .................... 5 ... 6 ........................50 5-6-1 INSTALLATION THE OUTDOOR UNIT ...................... 7 ...................................................................................

R407C TM SERIES 1 . GENERAL INFORMATION .

that allows a design to provide a higher installation freedom. .Equivalent pipe length: 120m maximum. Height difference : 50m max. When outdoor unit is located above indoor unit.01) - . . This enables to provide the superior energy saving and the top class quiet operation. Actual pipe length : 100m maximum. Fujitsu General VRF system offers the individual air conditioning system.Total pipe length: 200m maximum.GENERAL INFORMATION Combining multiple constant speed compressors. Total pipe length : 200m maximum. Fujitsu General VRF system creates High COP. Actual pipe length : 100m max. GENERAL INFORMATION 1-1 FEATURES OF SYSTEM . Height difference : 15m max.(01 . Equivalent pipe length : 120m maximum. Vertical lift between outdoor unit and indoor units : 50m maximum. FEATURE (1) Long piping for high rise building Vertical lift between indoor unit and indoor units : 15m maximum. When outdoor unit is located below the indoor unit the height difference is 40m maximum.

Cooling COP Heating COP 3.2 Flow rate between each step is controlled by power accumulation technology. Noise can be reduced by 5dB (A) compared with normal operation by reducing the operating speed of fan as the outdoor temperature lowers.2 Power accumulation technology Comp. Energy savings are made by transferring heat between the indoor units when in heat recovery operation.0 3.15 (28kW) The configuration of 3 constant speed compressors with differing capacities and power accumulation technology ensure smooth step changes and highly efficient operation. the noise can be reduced in the low capacity range.1 Flow of refrigerant Comp. Required capacity Smooth operation delivering high efficiencies Comp.3 Power Accumulation Technology Diagram Flow rate to the indoor unit(s) is controlled through the use of 3 differently rated compressors operating in a sequential step arrangement. 1 2 3 low High Operating capacity Comp.While power accumulation technology controls the circulating load of the refrigerant flow between those steps. Comp. (DIP-SWITCH setting nesessary) Furthermore.3 (3) Super quiet Low operation sound level A jarring noise was considerably reduced by adopting new Bellmouse and fan.(01 .1 High Power accumulation technology 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 Comp.02) - 8 10 . Normal operation mode : Silent operation mode : 55dB(A) 50dB(A) (380V) (380V) Nomal Operation Mode Silent Operation Mode 60 Noise Level (dB) GENERAL INFORMATION (2) High energy efficiency system 55 50 45 40 2 4 6 Capacity (HP) .GENERAL INFORMATION Operating system Cooling and heating can be performed simultaneously within the same refrigerant circuit.

15kW to 17.7 45 10.6 12 2.8 24 5.03) - .05 14 3.0kW.(01 .15 7 Cassette Cassette Cassette (compact) Duct (compact) Duct (compact) Duct Duct Universal (High Static Floor/Ceiling Pressure) Ceiling Wall mounted (compact) Wall Ceiling wall mounted Indoor unit Outdoor unit Indoor unit .15kW ) One outdoor unit can control individually up to 16 indoor units of different type and capacity.0 60 14.05 25 6.7 20 5.1 54 12.5 8. outdoor unit maximum number of connectable indoor unit AO 90 16 capacity ratio of outdoor unit 50 to 130% Various connectable indoor unit Various combinations of indoor unit type and capacity 11 types 41 models ranging from 2.3 18 4.8 36 30 7. Type Capacity (kW) Model code 17.GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION (4) Flexibility of layout Maximum 16 indoor units could be connected (2.8 9 2.

2kW x2) -61% wide (14.300mm depth 650mm Easy Installation Four-direction pipe allows a variety of installation.300 1 Front (Unit :mm) 800 2 Bottom 3 Right Flexible piping Selectable variation by using separation tube and header.30 0 -52% wide depth width -31% wide (5.2kW + 11.050 1. 650 1.0kW x4) Dimensions height 1.500 GENERAL INFORMATION Space saving 4 Back 1. configurations.0kW x2) (7.380mm width 1.04) - Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit . Outdoor unit goes into elevator. Outdoor unit Separation tube Header RB unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit . Easy installation and pipe direction setting.(01 .GENERAL INFORMATION height 1.

Transmission Line Various control system By combining each remote controllers of central control and individual control. as the remote controller signal receiver is built into the indoor unit body.05) - Central control and individual control .(01 . indoor units and controllers can be connected anywhere within the transmission line wiring connection. it provides wide variety of controls that fit to each customer's used.GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION (5) Flexibility of control system Flexible Design System A flexible system can be designed as outdoor units. Wired or Simple Remote Controller Wired or Wireless Remote Controller 2 remote controllers (joint use) . Wired / Simple / Wireless remote controllers can be simultaneously used with the same indoor unit. Outdoor unit Transmission line (non-polar 2 core) Indoor unit Remote controller line Maximum connectable number per onetransmission line Refrigerant system Central remote controller PC Controller Indoor units Outdoor units 100 400 100 Easy wiring Non-polar 2-core transmission line prevents erroneous wiring.

thus hardly does harmonic current emit.06) - . the remaining compressor(s) perform the recovery operation automatically while generating an alarm and. even if one unit fails. factory automation equipment and power distribution facilities. alternative refrigerant R407C is used. therefore.(01 . Comp. This is by having the compressors act like a pump. Comp.GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION (6) High reliability Recovery operation Outdoor unit Even if one or two compressors should fail. (9) Comfortable Operation Heat Recovery operation Heat Recovery operation is a cooling/heating free operation system. Factory automation Alternative refrigerant To protect the earth's environment. No Harmful effects Office automation Power distribution facilities. At the moment. Because the system has no harmful effects on office automation equipment. The Heat Recovery operation is an extremely superior type that provides a still greater energy saving effect by moving heat between indoor units that are performing the cooling and heating operations. such as in hospital where the harmonic current emissions are restricted. 50 52 CDB 40 21 CDB 30 20 10 0 -10 – 5 CDB Cooling –15 CDB Heating (8) Environmentally Friendly Harmonic-less Our VRF system don't use inverter to control the refrigerant flow rate. (7) Wide operating range Outdoor unit operates over an outdoor temperature range of 52 C to –5 C for cooling and 21 C to –15 C for heating. . cooling and heating can be performed simultaneously in the same refrigerant system according to user needs.2 Indoor unit Each indoor unit on the transmission line acts as an independent transmission processor.3 Oil recovery operation Oil recovery operation is performed automatically after fixed operation time to return the oil that has accumulated inside the refrigerant circuit and indoor unit. it can be used anywhere.1 Comp. the system continues to operate without any interruption. the remaining system is not affected. thus.

UTB-GDB 32 Central Remote Controller UTB-YCA.GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION 1-2.0 kW(10HP) AO 90MPBMF Maximum Connectable Indoor unit TM Heat recovery type 16 Refrigerant : R407C Heat recovery type AO90M CONTROLLER TYPE Wired Remote Controller Simple Remote Controller Maximum Connectable Indoor unit MODEL UTB-YUB.UTB-TRA Wireless Remote Controller UTB-YVB.07) - Central Remote Controller PC Controller .UTB-GUB.UTB-GPB.UTB-GCA 400 PC Controller UTR-YOTB 400 Individual Control Wired Remote Controller Simple Remote Controller (With MASTER (Without MASTER control button) control button) Central Control Wireless Remote Controller Group Remote Controller SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 7 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 .UTB-TUB UTB-YPB.UTB-GVB --- Group Remote Controller UTB-YDB.(01 .UTB-GRA.UTB-TPB 4 4 UTB-YRA. MODEL LINE UP OUTDOOR UNIT TYPE CAPACITY MODEL 28.

GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION INDOOR UNIT 11 types.1 54 12.6 12 2.15 7 Cassette Cassette Cassette (compact) Universal Floor / Ceiling TYPE AB12 AB14 AB18 AB24 Compact Duct TYPE Duct (compact) Duct (compact) Duct Duct Universal (High Static Floor/Ceiling Pressure) Ceiling Wall mounted (compact) Wall Ceiling wall mounted Large Ceiling TYPE Compact Duct TYPE AB30 AB36 AB45 AB54 AR 7 AR 9 Duct TYPE (Low Static Pressure) Duct TYPE (Hight Static Pressure) AR12 AR14 AR18 AR25 AR30 AR36 AR45 AR36H AR45H AR60H Compact Cassette TYPE Cassette TYPE Cassette TYPE AU 7 AU 9 AU12 AU14 AU18 AU20 AU25 AU30 AU36 AU45 AU54 Wall mounted TYPE AS18 AS24 AS30 Ceiling Wall TYPE AW7 AW9 AW12 AW14 AW18 AW24 AW30 .8 36 30 7.8 24 5.3 18 4.05 25 6.7 20 5.0 60 14. 41 models ranging from 2.(01 .08) - .0kW Type Capacity (kW) Model code 17.7 45 10.05 14 3.15kW to 17.8 9 2.5 8.

UTR-YLLA The equipment for connecting our original LONWORKS R to the system built by LONWORKS R . Signal Amplifier UTR-YRPC When the total length of Transmission Line exceeds 500m. Signal Amplifier will be necessary to use.to manage mutually between medium and small-sized BMS and VRF system. External switch controller UTR-YESA The function which enables various kinds of operations by the point-of-contact input.09) - GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION RB (REFRIGERANT BRANCH) UNIT . R *BACnet is a registered trademark of the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). or the number of units exceeds 64 units.(01 . Transmission adaptor UTR-YTMA The equipment for enabling control by other equipment with RS-232C cable. Network convertor BACnet R gateway *LONWORKS is a resistered mark of Echelon Corporation. R . UTR-YLBA The central control of maximum 1600 indoor units can be realized by connecting the VRF system to the BACnet R . Control up to 4 group remote controller(8 remote controller groups) is possible with one group remote controller. The equipment for extend the transmission line up to Max 2000m. a global standard of the open network.Type Heat recovery Model Connectable indoor unit UTF-Y54A1A 1 UTF-Y90A4A 2 4 SEPARATION TUBE Type Heat recovery Model Total model code of connectable indoor unit UTR-BP54MA Less than 60 UTR-BP90MA More than 61 HEADER Type Heat recovery Model Connectable indoor units UTR-HD906R 3 6 UTR-HD908R 7 8 ADAPTOR / CONVERTOR Type Model Network convertor UTR-YRDA Features The equipment for controlling operation of split type/big multi type air conditioners from transmission line of VRF system.

AB54) Model Models Grille Kit UTG-UDYD-W UTG-UDGD-W . L=40(mm) Flange (round) UTD-RF204 For duct type Ø195 (Ø205).L=2m Outlet Chamber UTD-BC200 Ø195(Ø200).L=85(mm) Flexible Duct UTD-RD202 For high static pressure duct type Ø200.063.066 x 400 Long-life Filter UTD-LF270 For duct type Long-life Filter UTD-LF400 For high static pressure duct type IR receiver unit UTB-YWA Remote Sensor Unit UTD-RS100 Drain Pump UTR-DPB241 For ceiling type (AB30 .Models Model Note Flange (square) UTD-SF045T For duct type 205 x 1.(01 .L=85 Base size : H x W x D (mm) 297 x 1.10) - GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION OTHERS .

CONTROL SYSTEM .R407C TM SERIES 2 .

Up to 400 indoor units are connectable in one system. from small to large buildings. allowing for various applications and future expansion.2-1. CONTROL SYSTEM 2-1-1. Optimum system configuration by various controller combinations. System is adaptable to various applications.(02 . Flexible Control System to Meet a Variety of Needs.01) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Features of control system . LINE UP OF CONTROLLERS Installation Work Saving Control System Configuration Expansion Simplified wiring and reduced installation cost by the use of non-polar 2-core transmission line. . Easy Operation Free System Configuration Advanced control functions can be set up with the easy-to-use setting operation.

UTB-YPB / UTB-GPB / UTB-TPB Compact remote controller concentrates on the basic functions such as On/Off. (To be released soon) Web Monitoring Tool Building Management System (BMS) Trouble-shooting is performed by monitoring each air conditioning unit remotely during periodical system checks.0 or later The VRF system can be controlled by Building Management System through LONWORKS ® or BACnet ® Gateway. Internet Explorer 6. Build-in thermo sensor doesn't work in S series system. Hydraulic systems *Unchanging global IP address is required. Wireless Remote Controller UTB-YVB / UTB-GVB (Symbol type) Central Remote Controller Simple and sophisticated operations with a choice of 4 daily timers UTB-YCA / UTB-GCA Simple Remote Controller (With MASTER control button) Functionality in a compact housing with built-in weekly timer It allows operation and monitoring to be achieved from the central control room. Temperature Setting and Operation Mode. Parking lot facilities . Compact remote controller concentrates on the basic functions such as On/Off. A range of Remote Controllers suitable for a wide range of individual control situations. Fan Control.Air Conditioning Individual Control Air Conditioning Central Control PC Controller and Central Remote Controller specially designed for centralized control. at each floor.02) - . Fan Control and Temperature Setting. Requires either a dedicated internet connection* or public telephone line.(02 . by each tenant. Group Remote Controller Simple Remote Controller (Without MASTER control button) UTB-YDB / UTB-GDB Group control of indoor units with simple operation UTB-YRA / UTB-GRA / UTB-TRA Group remote convertor (UTR-YRDA) is required to connect group remote controllers to an VRF system. or in the plant room. using various built-in timers PC Controller Wired Remote Controller SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 7 CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 UTB-YUB / UTB-GUB / UTB-TUB The room temperature can be controlled by being detected the temperature accurately with built-in thermo sensor. UTR-YMSA (Software) UTR-YLBA Network convertor UTR-YLLA System Status & Error Information Remote Side BACnet ® gateway VRF System Side BACnet ® Lighting facilities LONWORKS ® Monitoring & Control for VRF system Automatic fire alarm interface BMS console Security system Ventilation system Error notification can be automatically transmitted to up to several locations by using internet*. UTR-YOTB [Software] High performance and optimum control system for various building applications A high degree of building air conditioning management is possible including electricity cost calculation and numerous data management functions as well as standard equipment monitoring and control.

TP/FT-10 (Echelon corporation) . CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN Advanced Integrated Control System with BMS Control Air Conditioning Central Control Building Management Air Conditioning Individual Control Connectable to *1 various sized BMS/BAS Wired Remote Controller Network Convertor System Outdoor unit SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 7 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 UTR-YLLA UTB-YLB / UTB-TLB UTB-YUB/ UTB-GLB / UTB-GUB / UTB-TUB BACnet®gateway Wireless Remote Controller *2 Indoor unit USB Adaptor (Field supplied) UTR-YLBA [Software] PC Controller UTB-YVB / UTB-GVB (Symbol type) Transmission Adaptor General-purpose building control computer Simple Remote Controller (UTR-YTMA) UTR-YOTB [Software] Central Remote Controller Transmission line (LONWORKS ® Network) (UNVT) Transmission Adaptor USB Cable UTB-YPB / UTB-GPB / UTB-TPB Simple Remote Controller (UTR-YTMA) Transmission line Interlink Cable UTB-YCA / UTB-GCA Group Remote Controller Remote controller line UTB-YRA / UTB-GRA / UTB-TRA Remote controller line (Single System) Network Convertor Shielded Twist Pair Cable Remote Controller Line UTR-YRDA External Switch Controller UTB-YDB / UTB-GDB UTR-YRPC LONWORKS® Network (SNVT) UTR-YESA BACnet ® / IP Card-key Internet or Public Telephone Line Additional Cable Signal Amplifier (Field supplied) Web Monitoring Tool VRF System Side (User Side) Remote Side (Internet Explorer) UTR-YMSA (Software) Transmission Adaptor UTR-YTMA Transmission Adaptor UTR-YTMA Service Tool Network Convertor UTR-YRDA or or USB*3 USB *3 Adaptor Adaptor (Field supplied)(Field supplied) UTR-YSTC [Software] *1. (XLON ® is a registered trademark of DH electronics company Gmbh. BMS/BAS: Building Management System / Building Automation System. An XLON ® USB adaptor is provided.2-1-2.(02 . *2.03) - Split type / Big multi type air conditioner CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Management / Monitoring .) *3. Building Management System is supplied by the other vendors. U10 USB Network Interface .

Single control for private room Multiple control for meeting room etc. Central Remote Controller Network Convertor (UTR-YRDA) Outdoor units Wired Remote Controller . Two remote controller can be connected with a single indoor unit. Single control for guest room Simple Remote Controller Outdoor units Up to 4 indoor units Simple Remote Controller Up to 4 indoor units can be connected to a single simple remote controller. Single control for hotel room with Card-key switch Ext. Wired. simple.(02 . Two remote controller can be connected with a single indoor unit. Wireless Remote Controller Outdoor units Up to 4 indoor units Simple Remote Controller Up to 4 indoor units can be connected to a single simple remote controller. SW Outdoor units controller Simple Remote Controller (For hotel use) Card-key Combination with single or multi type Single System Connectability Single system or Big multi system can be connected to the VRF system and controlled simultaneously from Central remote controller or PC controller. Enables easy control of basic functions by the hotel or office guest. Wired. and wireless remote controllers can be used simultaneously.04) - Single type or Big multi type air conditioner . Multiple control for meeting room etc.2-1-3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES INDIVIDUAL CONTROL Up to 4 indoor units can be connected to a single wired remote controller. Card-key switch can be connected to indoor unit by external switch controller. CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Wired Remote Controller Wired Remote Controller Outdoor units Up to 4 indoor units Wireless Remote Controller Single control for private room Up to 4 indoor units can be connected to a single wireless remote controller. simple. and wireless remote controllers can be used simultaneously. Two remote controller can be connected with a single indoor unit. Enables easy control of basic functions by the hotel or office guest.

05) - Central Remote Controller Lobby floor CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Group Remote Controller . One network convertor (UTR-YRDA) covers 2 refrigerant circuits. Up to 4 groups remote controller can be connected in a single network convertor (UTR-YRDA). Commercial building (Small class) Office floor Wired Remote Controller Wired Remote Controller Central Remote Controller Tenant floor Wired Remote Controller Up to 100 outdoor units Office floor Wireless Remote Controller Wired Remote Controller Up to 400 indoor units . Office & Hotel building (Small class) Group Remote Control 1 for office floor network convertor Wireless Remote Controller office room Outdoor units 1 2 Group Remote Controller Wired Remote Controller Meeting room Group Remote Control 2 for hotel floor Wired Remote Controller Guest room Simple Remote Controller Lobby Up to 8 remote controller groups (32 indoor units) Central Remote Controller Up to 400 indoor units / 64 groups can be connected to a single central remote controller. Up to 16 central remote controllers can be connected to a single system. Up to 64 groups remote controller (Up to 16 groups remote convertor) can be connected in a single VRF system.CENTRAL CONTROL Up to 8 remote controller groups (32 indoor units) can be connected to a single group remote controller.(02 . Simple system configuration available using built-in weekly / daily timer.

Incorporates a function that automatically calculates electrical costs. . Commercial building (Large class) Floor & total control Administrator's room PC Controller Transmission Adaptor Hall floor Central Remote Controller Conference floor Tenant floor Central Remote Controller Tenant floor Up to 100 outdoor units Lobby floor Up to 16 central remote controllers Up to 400 indoor units .06) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM UP to 400 indoor units / 400 groups can be connected to a single PC controller.PC Controller Administrator's room Commercial building (Medium class) PC Controller Transmission Adaptor Office floor Office floor Tenant floor Tenant floor Up to 100 outdoor units Up to 400 indoor units Combination of Central Remote Controller and PC Controller The central remote controller and PC controller can be used simultaneously.(02 .

Group. Simple. 10. Maintenance work efficiency is improved.Simple remote controller. Wireless. 8. 2. Central remote controller. 6. Total wiring length (total length of transmission line) can be extended up to 2000m (with signal amplifier unit). 3. Since each equipment on the transmission line is independently processed. the central control will be available from the Group remote controller or Central remote controller or PC controller.1.(02 . 5. a system failure at one indoor unit does not affect other equipment. Simple remote controller that allows an easy operation is available for the installation such as a hotel guest room. Maximum 400 indoor units can be connected. When a failure occurs.07) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 2-1-4 FEATURES OF CONTROL SYSTEM . Central remote controller and PC controller. Indoor units can be controlled by Wired. By adopting an interface for FUJITSU GENERAL's single split type models (excluding some models) or multi air conditioner for Building models. or PC controller. the error code is displayed and details can be confirmed at the Wired remote controller. 9. Group remote controller. These components can be freely combined to get the maximum control depending on the usage of the building . Wiring work can be reduced since all equipment making up the system is wired with only one transmission line (non-polar 2-conductor). because PC control system can be connected to anywhere on the transmission line. 4. 7.

CONTROLLER UNIT The following types of controllers are available with the FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED VRF System : Wired remote controller Simple remote controller CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM (With MASTER control button) (Without MASTER control button) Wireless remote controller IR receiver unit Group remote controller Central remote controller PC controller Individual Control Wired Remote Controller Simple Remote Controller (With MASTER control button) Wireless Remote Controller IR Receiver Unit (Without MASTER control button) SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 7 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 Central Control Group Remote Controller Central Remote Controller .08) - PC Controller .(02 .2-2.

WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER Model : UTB - UB ( Market region Y or G or T. Easy-to-understand time bar display SU MO TU WE TH FR SA SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 7 Screen after setup 7 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 Setup screen example (Set from Sunday to Saturday: 12:00 to 15:00.(02 .2-2-1. High performance and compact size Three functions are combined in Wired remote controller Weekly timer Setback timer Built-in timers Weekly timer Setback timer Possible to set temperature for two time spans and for each day of the week. operation mode and a temperature setup can be changed. . Build-in thermo sensor does't work in S Series System. 28 °C. (2 times Start / Stop per day for a week) FEATURES When setting up a timer.the error code is displayed. Easy installation with a slim shape with no bulge in the back. Flat back construction allows equipment to be installed wherever it is needed.(A maximum of 16 error histories are memorizable. SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 7 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 When a failure occurs. Equipped with weekly timer as standard function. ) CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Various timer setup (ON / OFF / WEEKLY) are possible. enabling variable programming to match application. European switch box [ Variable timer control ] The operation/display sections are zoned according to time and operation.09) - JIS box .) Up to 4 indoor units can be simultaneously controlled.) 28°C Setup screen example (Set to Wednesday: 8:00 to 20:00. Possible to set ON/OFF time to operate twice each day of the week. Energy saving operation is possible. (Maximum of 16) Error indication.) 24°C 0 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 Time 0 3 6 9 12 18 21 Time 15 18 21 Time At "Weekly timer" + "Set back timer" setup 24℃ 28℃ 24°C 24℃ 0 3 Easy-to-understand operation Timer area 6 9 28°C 12 15 Simple installation Operation area Components are compatible with standard switch boxes.

SPECIFICATION Model name Size [H x W x D (mm)] Weight (g) UTB - 16 Timer and clock display 17 Operation mode display 18 Fan speed display 19 Operation lock display 20 Temperature display 21 22 Defrost display Indicates during the oil recovery and defrosting operation. DRY). Thermo sensor button Selects whether the room temperature is detected at the indoor unit (remote sensor) or the remote controller. 7 Timer mode (CLOCK ADJUST) button Selects the timer mode (OFF TIMER. COOL. 11 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 Delete button The schedule of a weekly timer is deleted. This function cannot be used with the S series. 14 Vertical air flow direction and swing button Push for two seconds to change the swing mode 15 Operation lamp Lights during operation and when the timer is on. LOW. SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 10 Set time button Pressed to select the set back timer. HEAT. 2 Display Set Temperature button Selects the setting temperature. HIGH). MED. Vertical swing display 23 Horizontal swing display 24 Energy save display 25 Thermo sensor display UB 120 x 120 x 17 160 .10) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM SU MO TU WE TH FR SA .FUNCTIONS 1 START/STOP button Pressed to start and stop operation. WEEKLY TIMER) Set the current time. minute and on-off time. 5 Energy save button Turns the energy efficient mode on and off. 16 19 20 18 9 17 Set back button Pressed select the set back timer.(02 . Display panel 8 Day (DAY OFF) button Temporarily cancels of one day timer.(18-30 C[COOL]. FAN. 24 25 22 23 21 12 Set button Sets the date. 10-30 C[HEAT]) 3 2 7 8 9 10 DAY CLOCK ADJUST DAY OFF SET BACK DELETE ENERGY SAVE THERMO SENSOR SET 11 12 Master control button Selects the operating mode (AUTO. ON TIMER. 13 Horizontal air flow direction and swing button Push for two seconds to change the swing mode. 15 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 1 3 4 6 5 4 13 14 6 Fan control button Selects the fan speed (AUTO. hour.

DIMENSION 30 23 Hole 120 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 4.(02 .SYSTEM DIAGRAM 1 remote controller 2 remote controllers Indoor unit B C Master Remote controller Slave Remote controllers PACKING LIST Name Quantity Wired remote controller 1 Application 1) Remote controller cable For connecting the remote controller (Exclude some models) 10m 2 Tapping screw (M4 x 16mm) Binder 1 Cord clamper 1 For installing the remote controller For remote controller and remote controller cable binding For installing the remote controller cable to the indoor unit For installing the remote controller cable to the indoor unit 1 Tapping screw (M4 x 14mm) 1) If necessary .5 15.5 8 63. Refer to 5-2-1 for detail specification. B+C < 500m CONTROL SYSTEM Indoor unit . use shielded cable (Field supply) in accordance with the standard of the country. A < 500m .5 SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 4. B .11) - G 3 1 (RED) : 12V 2 (WHITE) : Signal 3 (BLACK) : COM 83.5 DELETE 12.5 45.5 CLOCK ADJUST DAY OFF ENERGY SAVE SET BACK THERMO SENSOR SET 6 4.5 DAY Front view HoleX2 Side view HoleX3 Rear view ELECTRICAL WIRING 1 remote controller 2 remote controllers Indoor unit REMOTE CONTROLLER G 1 2 3 Indoor unit CONNECTION CABLE 1(L) 2(N) 3 REMOTE CONTROLLER G G 1 2 3 G 1 2 3 1(L) 1 2 3 G 2(N) 1 2 3 G Master Remote controller CONNECTION CABLE Slave Remote controllers . C : Remote controller cable.3 [ Unit : mm ] 120 120 CONTROL SYSTEM A A .3 17 33.

Diagnostics are carried out during the ‘stop’ mode following an error display.5mm). Easy installation with a slim shape with no bulge in the back. Can be installed onto SW-BOX. Back ground light Backlight enables easy operation in a darkened room. (applies to European and other country's standard) Easy operation Concentrates on the basic operations such as On/Off.2-2-2. A large Start/Stop button is provided in the centre of the remote controller unit for easy operation. Simple installation work Can be mounted on the European mounting Box (installation dimension: 60mm) or the JIS Built-in Box (installation dimension: 83. Error indication.12) - CONTROL SYSTEM FEATURES .(A maximum of 16 error histories are memorizable.5mm European switch box JIS box .SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER Model : UTB - (With MASTER control button) PB ( Market region Y or G or T ) CONTROL SYSTEM Easy operation.) Up to 4 indoor units can be simultaneously controlled. Built-in Back ground Light function. 60mm 83. Fan Control. Operation Mode Switching. Background light enables easy operation in a darkened room. and Temperature Setting. The backlight is lit during the button operations. and also 10 seconds more in operation mode and 5 seconds more in stop mode.(02 .

*2) during Error code history display mode.HEAT ). B+C < 500m Slave Remote controllers PACKING LIST Name Quantity Simple remote controller 1 1) Remote controller cable Application 10m Tapping screw(M4x16mm) 2 Binder 1 For connecting the remote controller (Exclude some models) For installing the remote controller For remote controller and remote controller cable binding 1) If necessary .13) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 3 .MED . Standby display Indicates during the oil recovery and defrosting operation.COOL .(18-30 C[COOL]. 2 4 3 5 5 6 Fan control button Selects the fan speed (AUTO 1 4 Operation lamp . *3) during address display mode. 8 Power source display Indicates the main power ON. Display panel 10 7 8 11 9 13 Fan speed display Set temperature Indicates Error history number. *3) (Lower) Indicates the remote controller address. HIGH . C : Remote controller cable.FUNCTION 1 START/STOP button Pressed to start and stop operation 2 Display background light Lights during operation.DRY . *1) *2) * *1) during self Diagnosis mode. Set temperature button Selects the setting temperature.(02 . *2) Indicates Indoor unit address. use shielded cable (Field supply) in accordance with the standard of the country. Lights during operation. 12 SPECIFICATION Model name UTB - PB 120 x 75 x 14 Size [H x W x D (mm)] Weight ( g ) 90 SYSTEM DIAGRAM 1 remote controller 2 remote controllers Indoor unit Indoor unit A B C Master Remote controller A . Refer to 5-2-1 for detail specification. A < 500m . .LOW ). B . 9 Central control display Indicates when function is locked from central remote controller or PC controller. *3) 12 10 11 13 Operation mode display (Upper) Indicates the error code *1) *2) / the refrigerant system address. 16-30 C[HEAT]) 6 Master control button Selects the operating mode(AUTO 7 .FAN .

14) - G 3 1 (RED) : 12V 2 (WHITE) : Signal 3 (BLACK) : COM .DIMENSION [ Unit : mm ] 75 49 39 14 11 CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 18 hole x 2 9 60 120 23.5 4 8 hole x 2 Front View Rear View ELECTRICAL WIRING 1 remote controller 2 remote controllers CONTROL SYSTEM Indoor unit REMOTE CONTROLLER G 1 2 3 Indoor unit CONNECTION CABLE 1(L) 2(N) 3 REMOTE CONTROLLER G G 1 2 3 G 1 2 3 1(L) 1 2 3 G 2(N) 1 2 3 G Master Remote controller CONNECTION CABLE Slave Remote controllers .(02 .5 47.5 83.5 6 4.5 12.

5mm).) Up to 4 indoor units can be simultaneously controlled. . Can be installed onto SW-BOX. Fan Control and Temperature Setting.5mm European switch box JIS box . Back ground light Backlight enables easy operation in a darkened room.(02 . Error indication. Built-in Back Light function. and Temperature Setting.2-2-3. Diagnostics are carried out during the ‘stop’ mode following an error display. Background light enables easy operation in a darkened room. Simple installation work Can be mounted on the European mounting Box (installation dimension: 60mm) or the JIS Built-in Box (installation dimension: 83. Easy operation Concentrates on the basic operations such as On/Off. Easy installation with a slim shape with no bulge in the back.SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER Model : UTB - (Without MASTER control button) RA ( Market region Y or G or T ) CONTROL SYSTEM FEATURES Easy operation. and also 10 seconds more in operation mode and 5 seconds more in stop mode.(A maximum of 16 error histories are memorizable. Fan Control. 60mm 83.15) - CONTROL SYSTEM A part of the function is limited. (applies to European and other country's standard) Concentrates on the basic operations such as On/Off. The backlight is lit during the button operations. A large Start/Stop button is provided in the centre of the remote controller unit for easy operation. It is recommended to use it together with other type controller.

Set temperature button CONTROL SYSTEM 3 Selects the setting temperature. Refer to 5-2-1 for detail specification. *2) during Error code history display mode. Operation lamp CONTROL SYSTEM Lights during operation. HIGH . *2) Indicates Indoor unit address.(02 . 7 Power source display Indicates the main power ON. use shielded cable (Field supply) in accordance with the standard of the country. *3) 6 7 12 8 11 12 9 Operation mode display (Upper) Indicates the error code *1) *2) / the refrigerant system address. A < 500m . B . *3) during address display mode. 16-30 C[HEAT]) 5 6 Standby display Indicates during the oil recovery and defrosting operation. C : Remote controller cable. B+C < 500m Slave Remote controllers PACKING LIST Name Quantity Simple remote controller 1 1) Remote controller cable Application 10m Tapping screw(M4x16mm) 2 Binder 1 For connecting the remote controller (Exclude some models) For installing the remote controller For remote controller and remote controller cable binding 1) If necessary .MED . *3)(Lower) Indicates the remote controller addre 10 *1) during self Diagnosis mode.FUNCTIONS 1 START/STOP button 2 Display background light Pressed to start and stop operation Lights during operation. 8 Central control display Indicates when function is locked from central remote controller or PC controller. 11 SPECIFICATION Model name Size [H x W x D (mm)] 120 x 75 x 14 Weight ( g ) 90 UTB - RA SYSTEM DIAGRAM 1 remote controller 2 remote controllers Indoor unit Indoor unit A B C Master Remote controller A . 9 10 Display panel Fan speed display Set temperature Indicates Error history number.16) - .LOW ). . 2 4 3 Selects the fan speed (AUTO 1 5 4 Fan control button .(18-30 C[COOL].

DIMENSION [ Unit : mm ] 75 49 39 14 11 CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 18 hole x 2 9 60 120 23.5 83.17) - G 3 1 (RED) : 12V 2 (WHITE) : Signal 3 (BLACK) : COM .(02 .5 6 4.5 4 8 Front View hole x 2 Rear View ELECTRICAL WIRING 1 remote controller 2 remote controllers Indoor unit REMOTE CONTROLLER G 1 2 3 Indoor unit CONNECTION CABLE 1(L) 2(N) 3 REMOTE CONTROLLER G G 1 2 3 G 1 2 3 1(L) 1 2 3 G 2(N) 1 2 3 G Master Remote controller CONNECTION CABLE Slave Remote controllers .5 12.5 47.

60min. 2°C 3°C 4°C 30min. Up to 4 indoor units connected to the remote controller group can be simultaneously controlled. 1°C Timer setting 60min. The set temperature can rise up to a maximum of 2°C. 2. • Wide and precise transmitting range. . Press the MASTER CONTROL button for more than five seconds to start the code change. Program timer The program timer operates the ON and OFF timer once within a 24 hour period. 2°C 1°C 90min.(02 .) 1. Timer setting Simple operation After code change Mixed-up A A B B C D C D • Code selector switch eliminates unit being wrongly switched. the set temperature automatically rises 1°C every hour. The set temperature can drop to a maximum of 4°C. Easy operation. WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER Model : UTB - VB ( Market region Y or G ) Four kinds of timer setup (ON / OFF / PROGRAM / SLEEP) are possible. When the sleep timer is set. A B C D 3. Four kinds of timers. Sleep timer The sleep timer function automatically corrects the temperature thermostat setting according to the time setting to prevent excessive cooling and heating while sleeping. if the indoor unit is connected with a wired or a simple remote controller. Cooling operation/dry operation Heating operation When the sleep timer is set. Note : Timer setting from a wireless remote controller becomes invaild. (Up to 4 codes can be set. Can be used jointly with Wired remote controllers . Press the MASTER CONTROL button again to end the code change. Built-in timers Select from four different timer programs (On/Off/Program/Sleep).2-2-4. Easy to change transmission code (4 patterns) by button operation.18) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM FEATURES . Press the (+) or (-) button to select the desired code. the set temperature automatically drops 1°C every 30 minutes.

1 8 Master control button/Code change Selects the operating mode (AUTO .FAN Start/end R. COOL .LOW 19 20 .MED Used to set the desired air flow direction & swing function. 10 Time adjust button Sets the current time. ON TIMER. 12 Test run button Used when testing the air conditioner after installation. TIMER RESET) 7 Fan control button Selects the fan speed (AUTO TEST RUN 12 8 Battery compartment lid 9 Air flow direction button . PROGRAM TIMER. 4 types) 2 CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Sets the indoor temp. Display panel 13 Transmit indicator 14 Clock display 15 Master control display 16 Timer mode display 17 Fan speed display 18 Set temperature display 19 Timer set indicator 20 Temperature set indicator 13 14 16 17 18 15 ./Set time buttons/Set remote controller custom code buttons 3 7 3 9 4 11 10 . DRY . ).(02 . 16-30 C [Heat] ) Sets the current time and on-off time Sets R. (OFF TIMER.C. HIGH . custom code 5 Signal transmitter 6 Timer button Pressed to select the timer mode. HEAT Sleep timer button Pressed to select sleep timer. . custom code change.(From 18-30 C [Cool] .FUNCTIONS 5 4 6 1 START/STOP button Pressed to start and stop operation 2 Display Set temp.19) - ). (Max. 11 ACL button Used when replacing batteries or change the code.C.

) fluorescent lamp in the room. etc.SPECIFICATION UTB - Model name Size [H x W x D (mm)] 158 x 56 x 20 70 CONTROL SYSTEM Weight (g) SYSTEM DIAGRAM Signal receiver window Control signal might not be recognized in following cases: (i) A curtain or a wall.0 Front view .0 CONTROL SYSTEM VB 20. Shut off the direct sunlight and also make illuminator far away from the receiver window. Signal transmitter Air conditioner might not work correctly when strong light hits the signal receiver window.0 Front view Side view Bottom view . (ii) There is an instant-start type (inverter type. exists between transmitter and receiver.20) - Side view 56. etc. PACKING LIST Name Quantity Remote controller 1 Remote controller holder 1 Tapping screw 2 Battery 2 DIMENSION [ Unit : mm ] Controller Holder 158.(02 .

2-2-5.6 22.6 7.9 90 13.(02 .YWA [Unit : mm] CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM FEATURES Duct type indoor unit can be controlled with wireless remote controller if the IR receiver unit is used.5 145 60 57. IR RECEIVER UNIT Model : UTB .4 .6 57.21) - 118.2 7. DIMENSION 8.2 FUNCTIONS OPERATION LAMP TIMER LAMP MANUAL AUTO SIGNAL RECEIVER .4 17 72.4 83 .5 11.5 13.5 18.

Quantity Holder (PCB) 1 PCB assy 1 Bracket (Holder) 1 Holder cover 1 Screw 4 Connection cable A (5m) 1 Parts name Connection cable B .(02 . Select shielded type conncetion cable in accordance with the standard of the country. Shielded 9707370010 . Shielded) (optional parts) Connection cable A (L = 5m) (Connected to CN13 of PCB) OPTIONAL PARTS STANDARD ACCESSORIES Name Please use the parts number shown below to order the cable from your sales representative.ATTACHMENT RANGE 5m CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 5m SIGNAL ANGLE 120 120 5m 5m WIRING Control box cover Indoor unit 60mm x 120mm hole Connection cable B (L = 5m.22) - Type Parts No.

23) - . 1 (Up to 4 indoor units) Wired or Simple Remote Controller Wireless Remote Controller 2 Wireless Remote Controller Wired or Simple Remote Controller 3 Combination of " Wired Remote Controller "+" " Wireless Remote Controller Timer function cannot be used by wireless remote controller by setting.2-2-6. . .COMBINATION OF INDIVIDUAL REMOTE CONTROLLER CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Wired.(02 . combination. wireless and simple remote controllers can be used jointly in the following combinations.

24) - .2-2-7. REMOTE CONTROLLER GROUP Example of minimum indoor unit combination for "Remote controller group" without remote controller wired remote controller 2 remote controllers wired wireless remote controller remote controller group group Up to 4 indoor units can be connected. remote controller remote controller group group + + 2 remote controllers 2 remote controllers (joint use) NOTICE Setting that extends into the refrigerant system is impossible. for example) Pipe Refrigerant system 1 Pipe Refrigerant system 2 .(02 . Group. GROUP CONTROL METHOD Remote controller group. Group formation consists of two or more groups. CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM "Group" is defined as one indoor unit (remote controller group) or a combination of two or more indoor units (remote controller groups).

GROUP This function is used when operating a multiple number of remote controller group at one time from the central remote controller or PC controller. (Last setting has priority) As shown in drawing "C"."Group" spanning the refrigerant system is possible. It is very convenient that PC controller can assign the title on each group.25) - . CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Example of "Group" Refrigerant system1 Refrigerant system2 "Group" is possible with only one indoor unit B A Overlapped "Group" is possible C Operation of either A group or B group is possible. . Simulataneous operation of A group and B group is possible.(02 .

Thu : 8:00~12:00 Sat. types and applications. operation mode. The timer can be set up for up to 4 times/day. All the indoor units can also be easily operated by pressing an ALL ON. set temperature) 2. Up to 64 group remote controllers can be connected in one VRF system. . (On/Off. or ALL TIMER ON/OFF button. operating mode.(02 . ALL OFF. 1. On/off. High performance and compact size ON/OFF. set temperature and air flow can be controlled / monitored centrally or individually.GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER Model : UTB - DB ( Market region Y or G or T ) FEATURES CONTROL SYSTEM The optional group remote convertor (Model name: UTR-YRDA) allows up to 4 Group Remote Controllers to be incorporated within the control layout. operating mode. Easy installation with a slim shape with no bulge in the back. One-touch ON/OFF operation of each indoor unit is possible.26) - 18:00 time CONTROL SYSTEM Control and monitoring of up to 8 units (remote controller group Max32 indoor unit) is possible with one group remote controller. This flexibility is ideal for a number of different building sizes.Wed. Central control ON/OFF control Weekly timer Built-in weekly timers The WEEKLY TIMER is provided as a standard function. timer control and air flow can be controlled/monitored centrally or individually. set temperature. .Fri : 8:00~12:00 and 13:00~18:00 Tue. Example : Office ON OFF Weekly schedule Day off Day off Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Operation : Mon. Possible to control the air conditioning system between several floors and by tenant if required. 8:00 18:00 time 12:0013:00 Mode/Temperature control 28 C 25 C Heating 8:00 Cooling 12:0013:00 System 2 4F Group remote controller Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Private Room 1 Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 Kitchen Private Room 1 Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Kitchen Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 Private Room 1 A 3F Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Private Room 1 Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 B Tenant A Tenant B 2F Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Private Room 1 Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 Kitchen Private Room 1 GF BF Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Kitchen Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 Private Room 1 C Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Private Room 1 Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 Dining Room Living Room Bath Room Private Room 2 Bed Room 1 Bed Room 2 D Tenant C Tenant D Control Room Possible to control the building air conditioning by floor.Sun : Off System 1 Group remote convertor ON/OFF control Power temp.2-2-8. Allows separate settings for each day of the week. Remote controller line can extend up to 100m in length.

DB) Size [H x W x D (mm) ] Weight 120 x 120 x 17 160 (g) PACKING LIST Group remote controller (UTB . For installing the remote controller For remote controller and remote controller cable binding .DB) Name Quantity Group remote controller 1 Label 4 Tapping screw(M4x16mm) 2 Binder 1 Application Use this for writing the names of the indoor units that have been registered.(02 .FUNCTIONS Indoor units operation display. control TIMER and Clock Display and setting Operation Lock Display Day Display Operation Lamp Timer and Clock Display C Timer Mode Display Fan Speed Display Temperature Display Operation Mode Display All ON All Timer Mode All OFF Timer Mode (DELETE) Button Start/Stop Button Select Button DAY Button Set Time Button Fan Control Button PROGRAM (CLOCK ADJUST) Button Master Control Button ENTER Button Set Temperature Button SPECIFICATION Group remote controller (UTB .27) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Transmitting Setting Display .

5 C 4.33 mm2 Polar 3 .5 17 45.Signal 3.3 30 6 HoleX3 Name plate (84 x 21) HoleX2 Rear View Front View ELECTRICAL WIRING Transmission Line Transmission Line SWITCH Group Remote Controller 1.5 Hole 63.COM 1 2 3 FUSE (3A) 1 50 Hz 220-240V G E 1 E 2 Power Supply 1 2 TRANSMISSION 1 2 3 1 2 3 E Remote Controller Line RC UNIT NETWORK CONVERTOR Group remote controller cable (Field supply) cross-section 0.Shield.DIMENSION [ Unit : mm ] 33.3 CONTROL SYSTEM 120 15.(02 .12V 2.5 120 4.core.28) - . .5 12.5 83.5 CONTROL SYSTEM 23 8 4.

29) - . Up to 16 central remote controllers can be connected in one VRF system.temperature setting. Weekly timer is equipped as standard function. Examples of errors: 1. timer mode. filter reset. Room temperature thermistor error 9. Error code is displayed when an error occurs.2-2-9. Compressor error 6. which is convenient for maintenance. Reverse phase blocker error 11. Central remote controller can control the system by all/group/individual.operating mode. The selectable functions (all functions. (2 times On / Off per day for one week). Pressure sensor error .(02 . Outdoor unit thermistor error 4. Pressure error 12. Discharge temperature error 5. Model information error 7. Microcomputer communication error 2. Power supply frequency abnormal 10. Indoor unit fan error 8. Setting contents of central remote controller are all memorized. The history of failures can also be displayed. and On / Off) of the standard controller can be locked by central remote controller.CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER CONTROL SYSTEM CA ( Market region Y or G ) CONTROL SYSTEM Model : UTB - FEATURES One remote controller can control up to 400 indoor units/64 groups. Heat exchanger thermistor error 3. so that each indoor unit can be operated under the memorized conditions even if the operating conditions are changed later on.

minute and on-off time. Copies the timer condition (the day before). WEEKLY).C. Transmits of all changed setting details.30) - ON OFF ON OFF 48 41 FIXED 47 51 52 44 45 46 Timer mode display Clock and address display . 13 Deletion of setting. FAN CONTROL 7 8 ANTI FREEZE SET CHECK CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 32 9 TEST 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 All ON/OFF button All ON/OFF LED Back button Zone button Energy save button Fan control button Master control button Anti freeze button Horizontal Air flow direction and swing button Vertical air flow direction and swing button 11 Temp button Indoor temperature setting. ON2. Sets date.FUNCTIONS Display 33 1 2 31 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT MONITOR MEMORY SETTING ERROR TEST 30 CLOCK AM ADDRESS PM 0 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 29 NON STOP AM OFF ON PM TIMER AM 2 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 3 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 28 WEEKLY CENTRAL CONTROL FILTER ZONE ALL 1 2 ON OFF OFF PM NEXT DAY 27 x100 ON OFF 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 ALL/GROUP ON SELECT ALL TEMP F C AUTO ENERGY SAVE ON OFF OPERATION LOUVER AUTO COOL DRY FAN HEAT 3 4 FIXED ANTI FREEZE ON OFF ON OFF 5 DEFROST 6 OFF X100 MASTER CONTROL 26 25 CLOCK ADJUST TIMER MODE DAY 24 TIMER COPY DAY OFF TIME TIMER DELETE MEMORY OPERATION CENTRAL CONTROL TIMER SET MEMORY SETTING GROUP SETTING BACK ZONE ENERGY SAVE DELETE FILTER RESET ON OFF TEMP. Changes remote controller group or group number. Confirmation of address display and error code. hour. 9 10 12 ON/OFF button Filter reset button 14 Delete button 15 Test button Starts energy save operation. Changes the timer mode (NON STOP. Display panel 37 36 34 35 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT MONITOR MEMORY SETTING ERROR TEST CENTRAL CONTROL ALL 52 CLOCK AM ADDRESS PM NON STOP AM OFF ON PM TIMER AM 1 2 WEEKLY 51 34 35 36 37 38 39 ON OFF OFF PM NEXT DAY FILTER ZONE ON OFF TEMP F C AUTO 43 AUTO COOL DRY FAN HEAT 0 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 2 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 3 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 ANTI OPERATION LOUVER FREEZE x100 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 DEFROST 50 Day of week display Status display Transmit indicator display Central control display Filter reset display Zone display 38 39 40 41 42 49 Temperature display Energy save display 42 Fan control display 43 Master control display 44 Fixed cooling or heating operation display ENERGY SAVE ON OFF 40 45 46 47 48 49 50 Anti freeze display Defrost display Air flow direction display ON/OFF display Group control display ON/OFF time display . Inhibits some operations of the individual remote controller. On-off time setting.GROUP). Set button Set LED Check button Group setting button Memory setting button Timer set button Time button Day off button Timer copy button Timer mode button Clock adjust button Day button Timer delete button ON/OFF setting.(02 . 29 Memory operation button Central button 31 All/Group button 32 Select 100 button 33 Select button 30 Operates the memorized condition. Memorizes the entire setting contents. Remote controller group indication by hundreds. ON1. Changes the control unit (ALL GROUP R. Setting of group of a remote controller group connected to the central remote controller. Temporary cancellation of one day timer. OFF. Blinks when transmission is necessary.

One twisted pair.5 H07RN-F or equivalent 1 2 wire 50Hz 220-240V * 0.65mm 3 *The ground wire is not included in this cord.25 0.33 shielded Level 4 22AWG (0.65mm) Non-polar.(02 . SPECIFICATIONS Transmission adaptor Control panel 50-60Hz 220-240V POWER SUPPLY 4.31) - CONTROL SYSTEM Control section 90 CONTROL SYSTEM 143 296 . Solid core diameter 0.Always ground the unit.8 W POWER CONSUMPTION SIZE (H x W x D mm) 143 x 296 x 22 107 x 288 x 100 550 1300 WEIGHT (g) PACKING LIST Parts Name Piece Parts Name Piece Controll Panel 1 Tapping Screw ( M4 x 6mm) 2 Transmisshon Adaptor 1 Wood Screw ( M4 x 20mm) 6 Connection Cord 1 Bushing ( 16mm) 3 Binder (Push Mount) 4 Bushing ( 20mm) 1 Binder (Small) 2 Cover 1 Tapping Screw ( M4 x10mm) 2 Tooth Washer 2 .DIMENSIONS Control panel 22 Front View Rear View Transmission adaptor 107 100 FIXING HOLE PITCH 100 243 272 288 WIRING SPECIFICATION Use Size Maximum Minimum Power supply cable (mm 2 ) Transmission cable (mm 2 ) Fuse capacity (A) Wire type Remarks 1.

32) - Q'ty Parts NO 1 9704270016 CONTROL SYSTEM 288 Connection cable CONTROL SYSTEM Power Supply 220-240V (Use a 3A or more fuse) . Mounting position of wood screws (4 locations) For mounting the transmission adaptor .(02 .(Max) (optional service parts) Control panel Wall Make a hole in Wall 277 272 248-253 90 112-120 Square hole in wall OPTIONAL SERVICE PARTS 5-meters extension cord (service parts) is required when installing the control panel transmission adaptor separately Please use the part number shown below to order the extension cord from your sales representative Control panel Position of pilot holes for tapping screw (2 locations) Name and shape 5-meter extension cord For mounting the control panel. One body set up Separated set up Setting Example Transmission adaptor Control panel and transmission adaptor together Setting Example Behind ceiling Control panel and transmission adaptor separately Possible to extend up to 5m.INSTALLATION 107 143 Transmission Line 0 10 Transmission adaptor Control panel 296 22 There are 2 ways of set up.

. is apportioned according to the accumulated refrigerant time and indoor unit capacity. Other operating indoor units can be operated in the same operating mode. temperature setting. Electric bill Bill Block(Tenant) A M Meter ELECTRICITY COMPANY Input data Apportioned charges Block(Tenant) B PC controller Block(Tenant) C BUILDING . filter reset. on/off. billed for multiple indoor connected to the charge meter for air conditioning.g. Operational status can be displayed according to user s preference. Operation Control (3) Auto mode (Priority-mode changer) Auto mode function automatically switches between cooling and heating modes based on the temperatures set and the room temperature detected by the master indoor unit. error/flashing. Rotating 3-D Display Floor Layout Display List Table Display When monitoring and controlling the operations by whole building. operating mode. (4) User-friendly operation Runs under Windows® 2000 and Windows® XP Professional / Home so is as easy to use as a standard PC. Operational status can be color-coded for instant recognition: On/green. PC (Personal Computer) CONTROLLER MODEL : UTR-YOTB FEATURE Detailed settings can be programmed for each whole building/group/remote controller group or individual indoor units.2-2-10.(02 . timer mode. for night or weekend use). Or the system can be set to allow control from the PC Controller only. . CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM (1) Central building monitoring and control (2) Central control Any of 6 standard controller function sets can be locked to permit access from the PC only: all functions.33) - . Calculations can be printed as final bills. (5) Calculating electrical costs Total electrical costs. When monitoring and controlling the operations by each floor or group. Off/red. if required. When monitoring and controlling each unit in detail. The PC and central remote controller can be used together to permit system control from two or more locations. test/orange. Allows accounting for special rates (e.

COMPOSITION PC(Personal Computer) Transmission Line Inter link cable Power supply 50Hz 220-240V CD-ROM Software protection key(for USB) . operating status. Start/stop. Operation Record (9) Pattern setting Recognizes patterns of use. for a complete year. remote controller prohibition.(6) Schedule control Annual schedules can be set for each remote controller group. including ON/OFF. An arbitrarily pattern operation can be done with just one button clicking.34) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Settings can be made for periods straddling midnight. Standard 6 functions are available by schedule control.(02 . this is particularly useful during maintenance. and temperature settings can be recorded up to 72 times per day at 10 minute intervals for up to 6 configurations for each remote controller group. operating mode. including public holidays. and set temperature. . Schedule Control (7) Error display Audible alarms are accompanied by explanatory text. Up to 100 alarms can be recorded for each piece of equipment. Allows programming of special settings for holidays. Error Warning (8) Operating record The operating status of indoor units and accumulated operating time of outdoor units can be logged and a daily or monthly report produced.

Inter Link cable 1 KRS-L09-4K GND GND 2 3 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 D-sub 9 pin female D-sub 9 pin female . PERSONAL COMPUTER SPECIFICATION The following equipment is required for using PC controller AT compatible machine that runs on Microsoft R Windows.0 or later Intrerface Requires Serial port and USB port Microsoft R Windows R 2000 ( English language version ) Service Pack 3 or later Operarating System Microsoft R Windows R XP ( English language version ) Service Pack 1 or later R Required Software Adobe Acrobat R reader 4.35) - .(02 .AMD Athlon /Duron TM 1GHz or higher 4GB or more of free space is required Memory 256MB or more Display 1024 X 768 dots or more.R PC (Personal Computer) CONTROLLER [ UTR .0 or later Inter Link cable (Serial D-sub 9 pin) Name and shapes Q'ty Parts No.YOTB ] CPU Hard Drive R R R TM Intel Pentium / Celeron .STANDARD PARTS CD-ROM CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM TRANSMISSION ADAPTOR Software protection key Personal Computer and Inter link cable must be procured at the site. High color ( 16bit ) or more Requires that the internal graphics accelerator be compatible with Microsoft DirectX 7.

setting Test operation Up/down air direction flap setting Right/left air direction flap setting Save operation Auto restart 1 Address display Group setting Failure Display Defrosting Current time Day of week R.(02 . controllable groups On / Off Airconditioning control function Operation mode setting Fan speed setting Room temp.C.36) - CONTROL SYSTEM Max.2-2-11.COMPARISON TABLE OF CONTROLLER Max. . controllable remote controller groups Control CONTROL SYSTEM Table 1 List of Controller Functions . prohibition Cooling/Heating priority On/Off timer Weekly timer Timer Sleep timer Program timer On/Off per day On/Off per week Day off Minuit unit of timer setting Status monitoring system Electricity charge calculation Error history 1 Auto restart can be set by DIP switch on PCB inside of indoor unit. controllable indoor units Wired remote controller Wireless remote controller 1 4 1 4 2 14 5 Simple remote controller Simple remote controller With master control button Without master control button 1 4 1 4 Group remote controller Central remote controller PC controller 8 32 400 400 64 400 400 400 1 2 14 2 14 72 504 5 10 10 10 Max.

BACnet gateway (UTR-YLBA) The central control of maximum 1600 indoor units can be realized by connecting the VRF system to the BACnet. External switch controller (UTR-YESA) The function which enables various kinds of operations by the point-of-contact input.ADAPTOR / CONVERTOR UNIT The following types of convertors and adaptors are available with the FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED VRF system.37) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Network convertor (UTR-YRDA) . Network convertor (UTR-YLLA) For connection between our LONWORKS R system and a LONWORKS R open network for the management of a small to medium-sized BMS and VRF system. Transmission adaptor (UTR-YTMA) For the air condition of the medium and large size building. the control software can control and monitor the air conditioners together with the ones in the other buildings. a global standard of the open network Signal amplifier (UTR-YRPC) If the total length of Transmission Line exceeds 500m.(02 .2-3. . Control up to 4 group remote controller(8 remote controller groups) is possible with one group remote controller. Signal Amplifier will be necessary to use. Split type systems can be controlled from a central remote controller or PC controller by connecting it to the VRF's network convertor. or the number of units exceeds 64 units.

big multi type and J series air conditioners can be controlled by Central remote / PC controller in VRF system or by wired remote controller connected to the Network convertor. AR 12ELA . operation mode.R and UTB . fan speed. except the following models.2-3-1. can be done with these controller. AR 7RLB . AR 12RLB . AR 7ELA . 2 wired remote controllers are possible for one Network convertor.) APPLICABLE MODEL 1 There is inadaptable model in old type. AR 18RLB . 2 SYSTEM OUTLINE Single Split System Group of Single Split System Big Multi system VRF system VRF Outdoor unit Outdoor unit for big multi Outdoor unit for single system Wired remote 3 Transmission line controller (non-polar 2-conductor) FUNCTION ON / OFF MASTER CONTROL FAN CONTROL Indoor unit Remote controller line Central remote controller 3 When connecting an indoor unit that has an 'L' control method. AR 18RLBH .YRDA SPLIT SYSTEM CONVERTOR CONTROL SYSTEM With this Network convertor. UTB . Up to 100 units of Network convertor can be connected in one VRF transmission system. Network convertor TEMPERATURE CONTROL TIMER SETTING CENTRAL CONTROL (Lock the remote controller functions) .38) - CONTROL SYSTEM FEATURES . (One Network convertor is regarded as one refrigerant system. UTB . AR 14RLB . etc.P ) to control from a wired remote controller. AR 9ALB . AR 9RLB . Do not connect the wired remote controller included with the indoor unit.NETWORK CONVERTOR Model : UTR . AR 9ALA .U . AR 9ELA .L . single split type. Simultanuous model Individual model Single Split Wired RC model 1 type Wireless RC model Window type 2 Indoor units which can be controlled from a network convertor are denoted by 'L' . connect the remote controller for VRF (UTB . AR 18ELA. 'U' or 'F' as the controller method (remote controller). AR 14ELA . AR 18ALBH . temperature setting. The total refrigerant systems in one VRF transmission system must be within 100. ON/OFF.(02 .Contact the authorized J series Big Multi type sales company for confirmation of these models. Up to 4 single units can be connected to and controlled with one Network convertor.

6 272 (Hole pitch) 288 4 .5W SIZE (H X W X D) (mm) 67 X 288 X 211 WEIGHT (g) 1500 ELECTRICAL WIRING Transmission Line to VRF System Transmission Line to VRF System Wired Remote Controller SU MO TU WE TH FR SA 7 1Ø50 Hz 220-240V FUSE (3A) 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 SWITCH Indoor Unit E 1 E 2 1 1 2 3 2 TRANSMISSION Power Supply 1 2 3 E Remote Controller Line RC UNIT NETWORK CONVERTOR *Do not bind the power cable and remote controller cable to avoid an erroneous operation.5 Remarks H07RN-F or equivalent 1 2 wire 50Hz 220-240V * 2 wire + Ground Transmission cable (mm 2 ) 0. RC line to RC RC line to indoor unit Power supply ***Use ground wire to ground the Network convertor. The shield metal should be grounded.65mm) Polar 3-core Fuse capacity (A) 3 *Always ground the unit.65mm Remote controller cable (mm2 ) 0. Transmission line WIRING SPECIFICATION Use Power supply cable (mm 2 ) Size Maximum Minimum Wire type 1.(02 .65mm) Non-polar.One twisted pair.25 0. Solid core diameter 0.33 shielded Level 4 22AWG (0.Ø5 For M4x20L screws 241.DIMENSIONS 63 91 Ø11 GROMMET Ø17 GROMMET CONTROL SYSTEM 95 (Hole pitch) 211 95 (Hole pitch) CONTROL SYSTEM 2 .33 shield cable 22AWG (0.Ø5 For M4x20L screws 67 SPECIFICATION POWER SUPPLY POWER CONSUMPTION 50-60Hz 220-240V 8. **Use shield cable for transmission line and remote controller line. .39) - .

Transmission line Power supply .6 272 (Hole pitch) 288 4 .(02 .GROUP REMOTE CONVERTOR DIMENSIONS 63 CONTROL SYSTEM Ø17 GROMMET CONTROL SYSTEM 91 Ø11 GROMMET 95 (Hole pitch) 211 95 (Hole pitch) 2 . **Use shield cable for transmission line and remote controller line. RC line to RC RC line to indoor unit ***Use ground wire to ground the Group remote convertor.40) - . The shield metal should be grounded.Ø5 For M4x20L screws 241.5 SIZE (H X W X D) (mm) 67 X 288 X 211 WEIGHT (g) 1500 ELECTRICAL WIRING (example 1) Transmission Line to VRF System 1Ø50 Hz 220-240V FUSE (3A) Maximum length Maximum length 25m 25m SWITCH E 1 Group Remote Controller (The maximum connection is four sets.) Transmission Line to VRF System E 2 Power Supply 1 1 2 3 2 TRANSMISSION 1 2 3 E Remote Controller Line RC UNIT GROUP REMOTE CONVERTOR *Do not bind the power cable and remote controller cable to avoid an erroneous operation.Ø5 For M4x20L screws 67 SPECIFICATION POWER SUPPLY POWER CONSUMPTION (W) 50-60Hz 220-240V 6.

.5 Remarks H07RN-F or equiv 1 Ø2 wire 50Hz 220-240V * shielded Level 4 22AWG (0.41) - Polar 3-core CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Transmission Line to VRF System .One twisted pair.33 Remote controller cable (mm2 ) 0. **Use shield cable for transmission line and remote controller line.65mm) shield cable 22AWG (0. Solid core diameter 0.Always ground the unit. ***Use ground wire to ground the Group remote convertor.25 0.33 Fuse capacity (A) Wire type 1.) Transmission Line to VRF System Maximum Maximum Maximum length 25m length 25m length 25m FUSE (3A) SWITCH E 1 E 2 1 1 2 3 2 TRANSMISSION Power Supply 1 2 3 E Remote Controller Line RC UNIT GROUP REMOTE CONVERTOR *Do not bind the power cable and remote controller cable to avoid an erroneous operation.ELECTRICAL WIRING (example 2) Maximum length 25m 1Ø50 Hz 220-240V Group Remote Controller (The maximum connection is four sets.(02 .65mm) Non-polar.65mm 3 *The ground wire is not included in this cord. The shield metal should be grounded. RC line to RC Power supply Transmission line WIRING SPECIFICATION Use Power supply cable (mm 2 ) Size Maximum Minimum Transmission cable (mm 2 ) 0.

YLLA FEATURES The convertor for connecting VRF system Network to the system built by LONWORKS R network.prohibition (Lock the remote controller functions) Monitor infomation (LONWORKS R Network VRF Network) Operation Condition (ON / OFF) Operation Mode Set Temperature Fan Speed Error Display Central Control Display (Lock the remote controller functions) . By using UTR-YLLA .2-3-2. VRF system can be centrally controlled or monitored from BMS which has LONWORKS R interface.(02 .42) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM to manage mutually between BMS and VRF system.NETWORK CONVERTOR Model : UTR . Up to 128 Indoor units can be connected to 1 unit of Network Convertor.C. . Network convertor (UTR-YLLA) SYSTEM OUTLINE Router (field suply) Maximum 128 units VRF Network General-purpose building control computer (LONWORKS device) R LONWORKS Network VRF system R Network convertor (UTR-YLLA) Lighting facilities Maximum 128 units Router Security system Router Automatic fire alarm interface Router Ventilation system Router VRF Network Router VRF system VRF Outdoor unit Indoor unit VRF Network FUNCTION (Example) Control (LONWORKS R Network VRF Network) Operation (ON / OFF) Operation Mode Setting Temperature Setting Fan Speed Setting R.

43) - .) .(02 .5W 67 X 288 X 211 WEIGHT (g) 1500 Transmission specification BMS SIDE Transmission speed Transceiver Transmission way form Termined resistor 78kbps FTT-10A Free topology None (It attaches at the terminal of a network.Ø5 For M4x20L screws 241.Ø5 For M4x20L screws 95 (Hole pitch) CONTROL SYSTEM Ø11 GROMMET 4 .DIMENSIONS 63 91 Ø17 GROMMET CONTROL SYSTEM 211 95 (Hole pitch) 2 .6 272 (Hole pitch) 288 67 SPECIFICATION Main specification POWER SUPPLY POWER CONSUMPTION (W) SIZE (H X W X D) (mm) 50-60Hz 220-240V 4.

and transmission cord.Always ground the unit.65mm 3 *The ground wire is not included in this cord. Application Name/Illustration Qty. Name/Illustration Network convertor Qty. Solid core diameter 0. Connector cable For initial setting. The shield metal should be grounded.25 0. PACKING LIST The following installation parts are supplied. CD-ROM 1 Binder (Push Mount) 3 Wood screw ( 4 x20) 4 Application For initial setting.One twisted pair. 1 For mounting the power supply cord.5 0.ELECTRICAL WIRING FUSE (3A) Transmission Line to R LONWORKS Network SWITCH E 1 2 E TRANSMISSION 1 2 E POWER 1 2 Transmission Line to VRF System Network E LON 1 1 2 E TRANSMISSION 2 VRF TRANSMISSION UNIT NETWORK CONVERTOR UNIT Transmission Line CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM 1Ø50 Hz 220-240V *Do not bind the power cable and remote controller cable to avoid an erroneous operation. Use them as required. 1 For mounting the network convertor. .(02 .44) - . Transmission line to LONWORKS Network R Transmission line to VRF System Network WIRING SPECIFICATION Use Size Maximum Minimum Power supply cable (mm ) 2 Transmission cable (mm 2 ) Wire type 1.65mm) Non-polar. **Use shield cable for transmission line. Power supply ***Use ground wire to ground the Network convertor.33 Fuse capacity (A) Remarks H07RN-F or equivalent 1 2 wire 50Hz 220-240V * shielded Level 4 22AWG (0.

prohibition Setting (Lock the remote controller functions) Monitor infomation (BMS Network VRF Network) Operation Condition (ON / OFF) Operation Mode Set Temperature Fan Speed Error Display Central Control Display (Lock the remote controller functions) .YLBA FEATURES ANSI / ASHRAE Standards 135-2001 BACnet Application Specific Controller (B-ASC) BACnet / IP over Ethernet CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM The central control of maximum 1600 indoor units can be realized by connecting the VRF system to the BACnet .2-3-3. It can be corresponded to the large-scale buildings and hotels etc. a global standard of the open network.C. SYSTEM OUTLINE BACnet Operator Workstation Outdoor unit Indoor unit VRF system 1 USB Adaptor (Field supplied) Indoor unit VRF system 2 BACnet Outdoor unit USB Adaptor Lighting facilities BACnet Gateway Security system (UTR-YLBA) Automatic fire alarm interface (Max. It can be connected up to 4 systems (400 indoor units for 1 system) for 1 gateway.(02 .45) - . 4 systems) USB Adaptor Ventilation system CD-ROM Software (Software) protection Key = BACnet corresponding interface of each company USB Adaptor VRF Network USB Ethernet FUNCTION (Example) Control (BMS Network VRF Network) Operation (ON / OFF) Operation Mode Setting Temperature Setting Fan Speed Setting R. BACnet gateway run on Micrsoft ® Windows ® 2000 / XP.BACnet gateway Model : UTR .

Required Software Adobe ® Acrobat ® reader 4.1 *The power supply of 100mA / 5VDC is necessary for one USB adaptor. PERSONAL COMPUTER SPECIFICATION BACnet ® Gateway (UTR-YLBA) CPU AT compatible machine that runs on Microsoft ® Windows® Pentium 400MHz or higher Memory 256MB or more Display 1024 X 768 dots or more Intrerface LAN (10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX) USB 1. Microsoft ® Windows ® 2000 ( English language version ) Service Pack 3 or later Operarating System Microsoft ® Windows ® XP ( English language version ) Service Pack 1 or later Personal Computer (Field supplied) Required Hardware USB Adaptor (DH electronics XLON ® USB USB4-WM-FTT) (Field supplied) * 1 adaptor is necessary for 1 VRF system.(02 .0 or later .STANDARD PARTS Software Protection key Personal Computer and Serial cable must be procured at the site.46) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM CD-ROM .

. 2000m : Max.(02 . PC controller. SYSTEM OUTLINE Up to 64 units 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Network Segment 500m 9 Signal Amplifier 9 1 2 Up to 64 units 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Network Segment 500m Signal Amplifier Up to 64 units 9 1 2 3 4 Network Segment Each network segment must be within Total wiring length of transmission line : 500m A number of units : 64 The number of total control unit [Central remote controller. PC controller and so on.YRPC FEATURES By using this unit. (1) Transmission Line (2) Connectable Units : Max.47) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM If the total length of Transmission Line exceeds 500m. it can connect the following number of each units. Indoor Unit : 400 units Outdoor Unit : 100 units Central Remote Controller : 16 units Signal Amplifier : 8 units * Standard can connect up to 500m of Transmission Line and 64 units of connecting units. Network convertor (UTR-YLLA) and BACnet ®gateway] : Max 2 The number of terminal resistor : 1 Note: 1) 22AWG Level 4 cable with shielded(National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) ) **differs from the Category 4 specification proposed by the Electronic Industries Association/ Telecommunication Industry Association (EIA/TIA)** 2) Unit means indoor unit.SIGNAL AMPLIFIER Model : UTR . central remote controller. . Signal Amplifier will be necessary to use. signal amplifier.2-3-4. outdoor unit. or the number of units exceeds 64 units.

48) - .Ø5 For M4x20L screws 241.6 272 (Hole pitch) 288 4 . It is provided to each Outdoor unit.5W SIZE (H X W X D) (mm) 67 X 288 X 211 WEIGHT (g) 1500 ELECTRICAL WIRING 1Ø50 Hz 220-240V FUSE (3A) SWITCH 1 2 E TRANSMISSION UNIT Network Segment A E 1 2 POWER E 1 Network Segment B 2 E A 1 1 2 E TRANSMISSION 2 B TRANSMISSION SIGNAL AMPLIFIER Transmission Line TERMINAL RESISTOR* UNIT * Make sure to install 1peace of Terminal Resistor to each 1 Network segment. .DIMENSIONS 63 91 Ø11 GROMMET Ø17 GROMMET CONTROL SYSTEM 95 (Hole pitch) 211 95 (Hole pitch) CONTROL SYSTEM 2 .Ø5 For M4x20L screws 67 SPECIFICATION Main specification POWER SUPPLY POWER CONSUMPTION 50-60Hz 220-240V 4.(02 . but please remove it if there is a multiple number of Outdoor units in the one Network segment.

49) - Indoor unit Transmission line (non-polar 2-conductor) . SYSTEM EXAMPLE Web monitoring tool Transmission adaptor VRF system RS-232C VRF Outdoor unit .TRANSMISSION ADAPTOR Model : UTR .(02 .YTMA FEATURES CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM For the air condition of the medium and large size building. the control software can control and monitor the air conditioners together with the ones in the other buildings.2-3-5. Up to 400 Indoor units / 100 Outdoor units can be connected to 1 Network Convertor.

(02 .CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM DIMENSIONS 90 106.6 243 100 277 SPECIFICATION POWER SUPPLY POWER CONSUMPTION 50-60Hz 220-240V 2.9W 3A FUSE CAPACITY SIZE (H x W x D) (mm) 100 x 288 x 110 WEIGHT (g) 1300 ELECTRICAL WIRING 1 2 E Power Terminal Connector CN4 12 E Trans mission Terminal Fuse (3A) Switch 1Ø50Hz 220-240V POWER SUPPLY CORD TRANSMISSION ADAPTOR .50) - .

SYSTEM DIAGRAM A B shorter than 50m External 1) input cable SW shorter than 25m External switch Remote 2) controller controller cable Indoor Unit C B + C < 500m Remote 3) controller cable Remote controller 1) External input cable : Field supply.5 19.EXTERNAL SWITCH CONTROLLER (UTR-YESA) FEATURES CONTROL SYSTEM ON/OFF. Temperature. Refer to 5-2-1 for detail specification. .2-3-6. Refer to 5-2-1 for detail specification.5 19.(02 . 2) Remote controller cable : Field supply. 3) Remote controller cable : Refer to 5-2-1 for detail specification. Card-key or other sensor switches are available as a field supplied parts. Fan speed and Operating mode can be switched by a combination with Card-key switch equipped in facilities such as hotel room.5 21 120 21 18 Left view Front view Rear view . PACKING LIST Name Quantity Application External switch controller 1 Tapping screw(M4x16mm) 2 For installing the external switch controller Binder 5 For external switch controller and cable binding DIMENSION 30 7x5 75 60 83.5 19.5 19.51) - (Unit: mm) CONTROL SYSTEM Air conditioner switching can be controlled byconnecting other sensor switches.

ELECTRICAL WIRING G CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM G Connection to external contacts Voltage External contact 1 SW1 SW2 External contact 2 COM - Terminal H level input (VIH) : 8 to 24 (V). Input current (IIH) : < = 2. isolation shall be performed at the controller side. > = 50 (kilo-ohm). L level input (VIL) : < = 4 (V). COOL. COM Terminal External switch controller Example Application When controlling the individual operation states with two external contact Setting MODE0 P1: Arbitrary operation state Contact OFF ON P2: Arbitrary operation state Contact OFF ON Others setting are arbitrary.(02 . = Short circuit detection resistance (RON) : Open circuit detection resistance (ROFF) : < = 1 (kilo-ohm).52) - SW1 ON OFF P1 SW2 ON OFF Operation state OFF P2 ON COOL 26 °C .2 (V). + External switch controller No voltage CONTROL SYSTEM SW1 SW2 External contact 1 External contact 2 Open circuit voltage : 12 (V) + . Short circuit current : < 2 (mA). 26°C P2 : OFF Indoor unit External SW controller External contact 1 External contact 2 . Since this device has a non-isolated input.5 (mA) (VIH = 24V). Wiring Operation example P1 : ON.

COOL. 26 °C SW1 ON P2 1min P1 1min Operation state ON External contact 1 .Example When controlling operation by ON or OFF of an external contact switch Setting MODE1 P1 : Arbitrary operation state P2 : Arbitrary operation state Others setting are arbitrary.(02 . Indoor unit External SW controller P1 : OFF P2 : ON.53) - OFF COOL 26 °C . COOL. 26°C P2 : When SETBACK Indoor unit SW1 ON P1 OFF External SW controller P2 Operation state ON External contact 1 Indoor unit OFF COOL 23°C COOL 26 °C COOL 23 °C P1 : ON. P1 : SETBACK P2 : ON. COOL or HEAT Operation conditions :Unit operationg only Others setting are arbitrary. CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Application MODE1 Delay-time setting :Delay P1 : Arbitrary operation state P2 : Arbitrary operation state Others setting are arbitrary. When a temperature sensor switch is connected and cooling and heating switching is performed. MODE2 P1 : ON. COOL. When preventing chattering noise within 1 minute of the external contact switch. COOL. 26°C Indoor unit SW1 ON External SW controller Operation state External contact 1 P2 OFF P1 ON COOL 26 °C OFF MODE1. COOL or HEAT P2 : ON. 26°C Indoor unit SW1 ON External SW controller P2 OFF P1 Operation state ON External contact 1 OFF COOL 23°C COOL 26 °C COOL 23 °C MODE1. When operated in the state when an external contact switch was set to OFF and returned to original operation state MODE1 or 0 P1 : Arbitrary operation state P2 : SETBACK Others setting are arbitrary. COOL.HEAT. 26°C P2 : ON. P1 : ON. When operating in the state set when an external contact switch was set to ON and returning to the original operation state when the switch was set to OFF MODE1 or 0 P1 : SETBACK P2 : Arbitrary operation state Others setting are arbitrary. Wiring Operation example P1 : OFF P2 : ON. 21°C SW1 ON P2 OFF P1 Operation state ON OFF Thermal sensor SW COOL 23°C HEAT 21°C COOL 26°C An external switch controller is connected to all the indoor units of the same refrigerant system and cooling and heating are switched by one temperature sensor.

This allows verification of even minute changes of each value.SERVICE TOOL Extensive monitoring and analysis functions for installation and maintenance. .54) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Model : UTR-YSTC . Up to 400 units can be controlled and monitored for large scale building or hotels. The Y axis of old fixed data graph screens can be specified within an arbitrary range at a setup modification screen.2-4. During test running. the operation status in various condition and system requirements can be grasped. FEATURE Adopting to USB type network interface to convert VRF network. After the end of test running. By realizing operation control to each unit from PC. the outdoor unit/indoor unit sensor data can be saved (commissioning log data). The operation status and various sensor information of each unit can be monitored real time and can be understood in detail as history information. Storage of data on system operating status on a PC allows access even from off site.(02 . Preserving the operation status record at arbitrarily term evenwhile current data sampling continuously. Operation status and error history can be grasped promptly and adequately. WIRING CONNECTION Transmission adaptor Refrigerant piping Indoor unit or USB adaptor (Field supplied) Transmission line Indoor unit COMMISSIONING TOOL Test run commands can be executed with this tool. Operational status can be checked and analyzed to detect even the small abnormalities. this data can be exported in CSV file format.SERVICE & MONITORING 2-4-1. it realizes highly portability and simple connection.

MAIN FUNCTION 1 System List Screen CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Displays the overall operating status from a list of the status of each unit. sensor values.(02 . and electrical components operating status of the selected unit. 3 Status List Screen Detail data(sensor values and electrical components operating status) for all the units in the specified refrigerant system will be displayed at a certain point of time(displayed items is as same as the Detail screen). . The schematic of 1 outdoor unit and 3 indoor units and three items graph can be simultaneously displayed.55) - . 2 Detail Screen Displays the schematic. Normal operation checks and cause specification when an error occurs are performed.

(02 . The error information can sequentially display up to 50 items beginning from the newest error for each unit.56) - . 6 Download Screen Any unit data currently displayed can be saved. CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM The displayed operation history can be printed out and saved to a CSV file. 5 Error History Screen Displays the error information for each unit. The saved data may be displayed as offline data. COMPOSITION PC(Personal Computer) Serial cable RS-232c Transmission Line (LONWORKS R wire) Power supply 50Hz 220-240V Hardware protection key(for USB) CD-ROM PC(Personal Computer) Hardware protection key (for USB) Transmission Line (LONWORKS R wire) USB Network Interface (Field supplied) .4 Operation History Screen The indoor units or outdoor unit operation history can be recorded.

0 or later Hardware Interlink cable D-sub 9Pin [Field supplied] / Transmission Adaptor (UTR-YTMA) Or U10 USB Network Interface (Echelon Corporation) USB NETWORK INTERFACE SPECIFICATION Ordering Information Echelon Model Number Product U10 USB Network Interface ‐ TP/FT-10 Channel 75010 Specifications Network Connector U20 Interface:2.57) - .) which this USB adaptor connected should not overloaded (Total power supplied from PC should not exceed the maximum limits).8mm high×113.1 ㎜ barrel connector with positive tip.0 compatible.2mm long×22.(02 . Software protection key) Software Internet Explorer 6.0 or later / Adobe® Acrobat ® Reader 4. Wal l plug coupling circuit/power supply included.Receive(green) 0 to +70 C -20 to +85 C Humidity Operating(Non-condensing) 25 to 90% RH @ +50 C Non-operating(Non-condensing) 95% RH @ +70 C Dimension 1. etc. or to customer -suppulied coupling circuit/power supply. Operating input current(USB) USB Compatibility LED Indicators Temperature Operating Non-operating 50mA maximum @ 5VDC Certified USB 2. .1 and Hi-Speed USB systems. Operating System Personal Computer CPU HDD Memory Interface AT compatible machine that runs Microsoft® Windows® Microsoft ® Windows® 2000 Professional (English version / Service pack3 or later) Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional (English version / Service pack1 or later) TM Intel® Pentium® / Celeron®. For more information please contact sales representive. Service(amber).1 GB or more 256 MB or more Serial port (for UTR-YTMA) USB port(for U10 USB Network Interface.8-18VDC power line. May be connected directly to 10.Transmit(green). peripherals and cables. AMD AthlonTM / Duron 1GHz or higher 2.4mm wide Note : Make sure that USB equipment(USB hub.CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM PACKING LIST PERSONAL COMPUTER SPECIFICATION The following equipment is required for using PC controller AT compatible machine that Runs on Microsoft Windows. Compatible with USB 1.

2-4-2. *Unchanging global IP address is required. Requires either a dedicated internet connection* or public telephone line.(02 . The monitoring data in a remote side can be optionally downloaded.58) - CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM Product features .0 or later Personal Computer (Field Supplied) Transmission Adaptor (UTR-YTMA) or USB adaptor (Field Supplied) VRF System .WEB MONITORING TOOL Model : UTR-YMSA FEATURES Trouble-shooting is performed by monitoring each air conditioning unit remotely during periodical system checks. Determination of an error occurrence can be made through error warnings and equipment status information obtained from a remote location. this data can be displayed in off-line mode of the service tool. Web Monitoring System VRF system side Remote side Outdoor unit Monitoring center VRF system Internet (Provider) Internet explorer 6.0 or later or Public Telephone Line UTR-YMSA Indoor unit Sales Company Installer Features Error notification can be automatically transmitted to several locations using the internet*. System Status & Error Information VRF System Side Remote Side COMPOSITION System components Remote Side VRF System Side (Monitoring Center) (User Side) Personal Computer (Field Supplied) Software (UTR-YMSA) Internet or Public Telephone Line Software Protection Key Interlink cable (Field Supplied) Internet Explorer 6. And.

Support 4 VRF system

CONTROL
SYSTEM

CONTROL
SYSTEM

PC Transmission adaptors (max. four adaptors per PC) permit control and monitoring of up to 1,600 units.
Suitable for large-scale buildings or hotels.

VRF System1
Indoor unit :

VRF System2
Indoor unit :

VRF System3
Indoor unit :

VRF System4
Indoor unit :

Max.400

Max.400

Max.400

Max.400

PACKING LIST

PERSONAL COMPUTER SPECIFICATION
The following equipment is required for using PC controller AT compatible machine that Runs on Microsoft Windows.

Personal
Computer

Operating
System
CPU
HDD
Memory
Interface

AT compatible machine that runs Microsoft® Windows®
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional
(English version / Service pack3 or later)
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
(English version / Service pack1 or later)
TM
TM
Intel® Pentium® / Celeron®, AMD Athlon / Duron 1GHz or higher
2.1 GB or more
512 MB or more
Serial port (for UTR-YTMA Max.4 *1)
USB port (for U10 USB Network Interface Max.4 *1, Software protection key)
Or U10 USB Network Interface Echelon Corporation)

Software

Internet Explorer 6.0 or later / Adobe® Acrobat ® Reader 4.0 or later *2

Hardware

Interlink cable D-sub 9Pin [Field supplied]
Transmission Adaptor (UTR-YTMA)

USB NETWORK INTERFACE
Please refer specification in 2-4-1 SERVICE TOOL.

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COMPARISON TABLE
Web Monitoring Tool
Item

1

Interchangeability of equipment

2

Indication of equipment list

3

Operation control

4

Indication of unit circuit diagram

5

Commissioning tool

6

Monitoring of equipment information

7

Monitoring of operating condition

8

Monitoring of sensor data

9

Indication of trend graph

10

Storage and CSV output of operating
history (sensor data)

11

Printing of trend graph

12

Monitoring and screen display of abnormalities

13

E-mail automatic transmission of abnormalities

14

Setting for user level
*It

UTR-YSTC

UTR-YMSA

VRF System Side

Remote Side

CONTROL
SYSTEM

CONTROL
SYSTEM

No.

Service Tool

*

is available only during a connection to the Internet.

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R407C

TM

SERIES

3 . OUTDOOR UNITS

3-1. MODEL LINE UP
LINE UP
TYPE

CAPACITY

MODEL NAME

Maximum Connectable
Indoor unit

28.0 kW(10HP)

AO 90MPBMF

16

OUTDOOR
UNITS

Heat recovery type

OUTDOOR
UNITS

TM

REFRIGERANT R407C
MODEL DESIGNATION
1

A

2

3

O

TYPE

MARKET REGION

AO : OUTDOOR UNIT

BLANK : 380-415V 50Hz
G

: 380-415V 50Hz

Y

: 380-415V 50Hz

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

9

0

M

P

A

M

F

MODEL CODE
(kW)
90 : (28.0)

FUNCTION TYPE
HEAT RECOVERY
(R407C)

COMPRESSOR

MODEL CHANGE
CODE

SPECIAL METHOD
FUNCTION

P : SCROLL

A: (2000.12 ~
2005.6)

MF : MULTI F TYPE

T : (2000.12 ~ 2003.3)

B: (2005.7 ~ )

M : (2003.4 ~ )

CAPACITY RANGE
MODEL

CAPACITY

Total capacity of
Indoor unit

AO 90

28.0kW

14.0

36.4kW

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Ratio of
outdoor unit capacity
50

130%

3-2 FEATURE
NEW COMPACT

COMPACT CONSTRUCTION
Layout of evaporator and fan
allows us to reduce the height.

Heat
exchanger

Width

Low machinery
room

Depth

Side

Dimensions

Width
Depth

1,380mm
1,300mm
650mm

OUTDOOR UNIT GOES INTO ELEVATOR
1,050mm

(Unit : mm)

650mm

Height

1,500mm

OUTDOOR
UNITS

OUTDOOR
UNITS

Height

Lowered motor
layout

SPACE SAVING

1,300mm

Space saving by setting side by side
without space in between.

(Unit : mm)

800mm

Setting size

5.72

(Unit : m2 )

Only a small area is needed for outdoor unit (total capacity
30HP, height of surrounding wall 1.2m)

HIGH COP
Cooling and heating can be performed simultaneously in the same
refrigerant circuit. Moreover,high energy saving is possible by heat
transfer between indoor units during heat recovery operation.

Power Accumulation Technology

Cooling COP
Heating COP

3.0
3.15

Diagram

Flow rate to the indoor unit(s) is controlled through
the use of 3 differently rated compressors operating
in a sequential step arrangement.While power
accumulation technology controls the circulating load
of the refrigerant flow between those steps.

Comp.1

Flow of
refrigerant

Comp.2

Comp.3

WIDE OPERATION RANG
Cooling operation -5 C to 52 C
Heating operation -15 C to 21 C
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Power accumulation
technology

LOW NOISE LEVEL
Large 590mm diameter fan
provides top class low noise
level.

55dB(A)

Low outdoor unit (10HP)
noise level
(Silent operation mode 50dB(A) )

OUTDOOR
UNITS

outdoor units

Power requirement

Normal mode

Silent mode

380V

55

50

415V

57

51

AO 90

EASY MAINTENANCE
Easy to replace compressors

Indication of operating status
on PCB.
Indicating the operating status
and details of failures on PCB
in outdoor unit, allows better
service and quick and easy
maintenance.

EASY INSTALLATION
Four-direction piping allows
a variety of installation,
configurations
Easy installation and
pipe direction setting

Outdoor unit can be lifted by a crane set
up on the roof of the building
Four-direction pipe
4
Back
1
Front

2
Bottom

3
Right

OTHERS
Power requirement
Pipe limitation

The pump down can be performed
from Outdoor unit by the switch on
the PCB in outdoor unit.

3-phase 4-wire

Maximum Length

100m

Height Difference

50m

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Protective boards

OUTDOOR
UNITS

(unit : dB(A))

300 x 650 mm 350 dB (A) 57 Type R407C Charge kg 13.4/5.415 28.2 A Heating Starting Current E. SPECIFICATIONS AO90MPBMF Model Total Capacity OUTDOOR UNITS Total Input Watts Total Ampacity Cooling 3W4.380 x 1. Hz 17.R.58 100 m 50 -5 to 52 C -15 to 21 .5/3.535 x 1. .3-3.(03 .05 Suction Gas Max Length Max Height Operation (Outdoor) Cooling Heating 28.98 W/W Heating 3.5 9800 m /h 3 Fan Type x Qty Propeller x 2 Fan Motor Output Compressor W 150 x 2 Model ZR22K3E-TFD ZR49KCE-TFD ZR72KCE-TFD Type Hermetically sealed scroll type Motor Output kW 1.0 kW Heating Cooling 31.70 mm 19.40 kW Heating Cooling 10.0 A Cooling 75 2.0 Type EMIKARATE RL 32CF Charge cc 1120/1690/1690 + 2000 Liquid Size Pipe Discharge Gas 12.15 Type Plate Fin Coil Heat Exchanger Rows x Stages 2 X 30 + 2 X 30 Fin Pitch Air Circulation High 1.0 Internal Protector(OCR) High Pressure Relief Valve Protection Dimensions (H x W x D) Weights Net Gross Net Refrigerant OIL 1.E.04) - OUTDOOR UNITS Power Requirement AO90MPBMF .50Hz V 380 .5 9.0 16.400 x 770 313 kg Gross Noise Level (Sound Pressure) Refrigerant 1.

05) - 80mm 650mm OUTDOOR UNITS 850mm .(03 .3-4 DIMENSIONS (Unit : mm) 1000mm 1 OUTDOOR UNITS 678mm 2 3 4 5 6 1380mm 7 Knock out hole for piping Knock out hole for wiring Bush for wiring Knock out hole for drain piping Liquid pipe valve (flare) Discharge pipe valve (flange) Suction pipe valve (flange) 1 35mm 5 6 7 3 53mm 302mm 200mm 39 100mm mm 1 4 13mm 80mm 250mm 400mm 1 41 mm 177mm 1300mm 3 75mm 200mm 100mm 156mm 239mm 50mm 2 400mm 650mm .

a high pressure error may occur. Since specified values are minimum permissible measurements.200 :L1= 500.200mm by h mm.200mm. FRONT SIDE 10mm or more 10mm or more .piping work and maintenance. The height (H) of front and rear wall should be less than 1.add h mm to the service space width for L1 and L2. If the height of wall exceed 1. install unit after duly considering the measurements required for installation location. OUTDOOR UNITS 10mm or more Top air outlet 500mm or more 10mm or more H (1200mm) h 300mm or more H (1200mm) FRONT SIDE L2 h L1 Front side intake port Back side intake port FOR CONTINUOUS 10mm or more 500mm or more 300mm or more 10mm or more If outdoor unit is not installed to specifications. L2 > = 300 H >1.(03 .3-5 INSTALLATION SPACE There are no height restriction for the side wall. capacity may drop because of a short-circuit. L2 > 300+h FOR INDIVIDUALLY .200 :L1 > 500+h.06) - OUTDOOR UNITS > H< = 1. As a result.

(03 . Since specified values are minimum permissible measurements. As a result.FOR CENTRALIZED 10mm or more 700mm or more 300mm or more Front Front OUTDOOR UNITS 10mm or more 10mm or more 10mm or more 300mm or more 700mm or more 300mm or more Front Front 10mm or more 10mm or more If outdoor unit is installed beyound allowable values.07) - OUTDOOR UNITS 500mm or more . capacity will drop because of short-circuit. . install unit after duly considering the measurements required for installtion location and piping work. there is a danger of high pressure.

supplied) Air discharge hood (Field .supplied) 50m 590 500 R6 Air intake side Air intake hood (Field . 2 When a hood is installed.(03 . the static pressure has to be less than 3mmAq.08) - . CONSIDERATION FOR SEASONAL WIND AND SNOW Install inlet and outlet ducts in order to maintain stable operation in cold or snowy regions Seasonal wind m 500 870 Air intake hood (Field .REQUIRED SPACE FOR DISCHARGE OUTLET 1 OUTDOOR UNITS OUTDOOR UNITS 2 1 Minimum space : 700mm Install a hood when the space is less than 1000mm.supplied) Air intake side Snow Snow Make the foundation as high as possible .

2 Outdoor unit rear side duct 1300mm 250mm 590mm Fig.(03 .3 Outdoor unit front side duct .OUTDOOR UNITS OUTDOOR UNITS RECOMMENDED SHAPES OF EACH DUCT Fig.1 Overall view 1300mm 250mm 870mm 100mm 500mm Fig.09) - 100mm 500mm .

(03 . remove two fan covers first.OUTDOOR UNITS R650 140 OUTDOOR UNITS 1300 650 Fig.10) - . (20kg or less). 3. Seal the joining gaps with putty.4 Outdoor unit upper part duct CAUTION 1. 2.When the leakage of air from the connecting gaps (between the duct and outdoor unit or gallery) is large and the air temperature around outdoor unit increases more than 2 deg. .When the duct is installed. Don't put weight of the duct on outdoor unit.

E.3 COMP. inlet thermistor TH HM :H.E.B UNIT EEV :Check valve :Solenoid valve SVD R.1 SV3 THHI3 THHI2 THHI1 SV4 SV5 THO H. outlet thermistor TH OA :Outlet air thermistor THo:Outdoor temp thermistor THIA:Indoor Room temp thermistor :Heat exchanger :Strainer SVB1 :4-way valve SVB2 SVs :Power accumulation unit SVB1 SVD R.V BV2 BV1 SVB1 SVs SVB2 SVs :3-way valve :Ball valve :Capillary tube :Expansion valve SVB2 OUTDOOR UNITS SVD R.11) - 4WV4 4WV3 4WV2 THD3 THD2 THD1 COMP.(03 .E.B UNIT EEV :Dryer :Pressure switch HP:High pressure :Pressure sensor HP:High pressure MP:Middle pressure THIA THOA THHM INDOOR UNIT C :Thermistor TH D:Discharge thermistor THHi :H.2 H.B UNIT THIA THOA EEV THOA THIA THHM INDOOR UNIT B THHM INDOOR UNIT A OUTDOOR UNITS 3-6 REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT HEAT RECOVERY TYPE MODEL : AO90MPBMF .E.3 H.2 COMP. middle thermistor TH HO :H.HP OIL SEPARATOR OUTDOOR UNIT .1 ACCUMU LATOR THHO3 THHO2 T HO1 SV6 SV8 SV7 HP EEV2 EEV1 SV1 EEV3 MP RECEIVER TANK SV2 3W.E.E.

3-7 WIRING DIAGRAM HEAT RECOVERY TYPE OUTDOOR UNITS OUTDOOR UNITS MODEL : AO90M .(03 .12) - .

9 37. 2 10. 6 24. 2 9. 3 8. 3 27 81 32. 2 30. 3 28. 0 34. 7 26. 2 33. 0 42.(03 . 4 12. 4 26. 2 34. 5 28. 1 9. 5 33. 7 7. 9 26. 9 33. 2 25. 7 9. 6 12. 7 23. 2 32. 2 31. 4 8. 6 11. 1 37. 6 24. 7 35. 4 8. 4 9. 2 25. 3 7. 7 11. 4 45 113 28. 4 37. 9 31. 5 23 73 27. 3 9. 1 10 50 29. 4 27. 3 26. 1 34. 0 31. 4 27. 5 37 99 30. 4 39. 8 10. 9 9. 3 9. 3 9. 2 32. 8 32. 1 24. 4 10. 2 12. 8 9. 1 11. 6 8. 7 13. 8 36. 1 40 104 29. 8 10. 5 10. 1 30. 3 27. 9 7. 5 27. 3 6. 6 12. 3 32. 1 36. 0 29. 2 28. 8 32. 0 12. 8 22. 6 9. 4 33. 8 27 81 29. 9 10. 7 10. 0 23. 2 25. 2 29. 3 35. 8 9. 0 10. 2 34. 2 8. 2 11. 2 36. 1 14. 7 7. 7 30. 6 10. 3 36. 8 34. 2 9. 2 11. 7 27. 0 20 68 34. 1 7. 7 9. 3 13. 9 31. 5 28. 6 10. 5 21. 6 37 99 25. 8 32. 1 10. 2 7. 7 11. 0 11. 8 25 77 32. 4 38. 0 28. 8 11. 2 29. 8 12. 6 7. 4 35. 2 10. 2 37. 7 37. 3 8. 5 37. 3 31. 3 32. 9 6. 6 33. 7 10. 4 12. 6 9. 6 31. 7 29. 5 11. 4 37. 0 28. 2 37. 1 7. 3 9. 7 8. 9 13. 1 7. 1 7. 1 26. 4 12. 2 11. 6 9. 3 11. 0 11. 0 26. 2 7. 0 8. 3 12. 9 34. 3 8. 2 8. 6 28. 1 30. 0 6. 7 8. 5 29. 2 10. 0 9. 8 33 91 31. 8 23. 0 23. 9 11. 0 11. 3 9. 9 23. 5 35. 3 10 50 26. 7 7. 0 13. 3 35 95 25. 2 9. 1 11. 0 45 113 26. 6 28. 2 11. 8 7. 1 37. 7 22. 0 35. 4 10. 6 35. 1 8. 1 30 86 29. 7 7. 2 27. 3 10. 9 9. 7 5. 0 14. 2 52 125 22. 5 9. 8 32. 3 6. 3 30. 6 31. 7 31. 5 15 59 31. 6 5. 3 11. 3 27 81 26. 4 35. 4 12. 0 8. 7 10. 0 9. 8 35 95 28. 7 13. 5 30 86 31. 1 35. 1 36. 1 10. 0 29. 6 33. 3 28. 9 10. 9 28. 0 8. 6 27. 8 30. 7 33. 9 9. 3 10. 9 52 125 19. 1 33. 2 23 73 33. 7 31. 4 8. 6 8. 4 8. 5 29. 5 34. 6 5. 5 34. 9 22. 0 35 95 23. 1 10. 6 9. 4 14. 2 39. 9 8. 3 5. 2 29. 2 37 99 27. 3 10. 0 25. 1 27 81 32. 2 31. 8 8. 3 12. 9 34. 8 10 50 35. 7 8. 3 9. 4 7. 5 32. 1 10. 0 6. 0 8. 4 9. 7 8. 3 11. 7 31. 5 8. 6 12. 3 12. 1 33. 8 37 99 30. 6 10. 0 29. 8 38. 7 6. 6 20. 8 33. 5 8. 0 9. 1 26. 1 38. 2 12. 1 29. 4 36. 4 8. 7 40 104 22. 3 8. 6 34. 5 8. 4 9. 6 29. 2 26. 4 25 77 30. 2 10. 8 41. 7 29. 7 8. 9 37. 8 33. 3 7. 6 9. 7 29. 7 29. 6 12. 5 11. 1 34. 6 12. 4 38. 0 14. 7 9. 6 33 91 31. 4 14. 4 7. 8 30. 2 31. 7 8. 3 7. 2 8. 5 11. 7 9. 7 28. 4 25. 1 35. 4 27. 4 9. 4 32. 7 8. 9 10. 3 7. 0 11. 5 9. 4 14. 8 11. 8 7. 8 27. 9 6. 2 23 73 24. 8 9. 2 26. 1 39. 1 33. 2 12. 1 35 95 30. 5 31. 8 31. 9 10. 8 10. 3 10. 0 10. 6 31. 6 9. 9 40 104 24. 6 37. 5 7. 8 9. 3 38. 8 13. 0 9. 4 11. 4 30 86 23. 0 10. 7 34. 8 27. 9 32. 0 14. 9 30. 7 28. 3 7. 3 9. 7 23. 0 25. 8 12. 6 38. 8 11. 4 38. 3 27. 4 9. 8 5. 7 8. 3 32. 2 38. 9 32. 1 34. 2 26. 4 27. 3 35. 4 28. 7 32. 5 28. 1 24. 8 13. 6 14. 1 26. 3 31. 1 25. 3 7. 4 26. 9 34. 4 10. 3 8. 6 9. 1 9. 0 39. 9 31. 0 TC : Total Capacity kW PI : Power Input kW ( Comp. 6 35. 8 8. 7 10. 6 35. 1 10. 0 25 77 27. 4 45 113 23. 4 34. 0 10. 8 6. 8 10. 9 8. 2 31. 7 10. 6 9. 2 34. 4 9. 1 8. 2 ( 90% ) Outdoor Temperature Indoor Temperature 20 CDB/15 CWB 23 CDB/16 CWB 26 CDB/18 CWB 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 30 CDB/22 CWB 32 CDB/23 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB 73 FDB/61 FWB 79 FDB/64 FWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB 86 FDB/72 FWB 90 FDB/73 FWB ( CDB) ( FDB) TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI 10 50 35. 5 29. 1 12. 9 40. 8 27. 0 33. 8 9. 5 8. 0 14. 6 7. 5 11. 4 7. 0 9. 7 31. 7 29. 1 8. 2 27. 7 14. 0 25. 3 6. 6 10.13) - OUTDOOR UNITS Total Capacity Of Indoor Unit . 0 5. 7 26. 6 36. 8 8. 6 10. 8 32. 0 32. 3 52 125 26. 8 8. 4 7. 0 9. 7 30 86 26. 5 33. 0 27. 9 9. 9 24. 3 37. 9 30. 9 52 125 24. 6 8. 1 30. 9 12. 3 10. 9 7. 9 35. 0 29. 3 13. 9 24. 1 10. 3 24. 4 28. 5 31. 0 12. 6 29. 8 33. 4 11. 3 33. 0 14. 2 30. 5 34. 7 12. 4 6. 8 9. 7 11. 3 5. 1 9. 8 7. 6 10. 9 10. 1 10. 7 24. 8 ( 110% ) 28. 9 27. 9 10. 2 27. 3 30. 8 24. 5 10. 9 23 73 30. 8 30. 8 8. 2 10. 1 24. 8 11. 4 9. 7 8. 2 7. 0 8. 4 29. 9 9. 9 27. 8 33 91 26. 9 29. 0 34. 6 21. 4 40. 4 39. 5 11. 3 12. 1 36. 6 6. 6 38. 8 27. 6 12. 3 9. 6 8. 4 11. 4 10. 2 23. 9 6. 1 45 113 21. 7 13. 7 10. 1 13. 1 28. 3 11. 8 10. 7 7. 3 35. 0 8. 3 8. 8 30. 2 34. 7 7. 0 9. 7 45 113 28. 0 8. 1 9. 9 9. 0 9. 9 36. 5 27. 8 12. 4 35 95 30. 5 33. 0 11. 2 37. 5 40 104 27. 2 10. 6 7. 9 34. 6 8. 5 34. 1 8. 6 52 125 26. 0 35. 0 28. 0 28. 2 9. 3 26. 5 27. 5 11. 0 6. 7 9. 8 29. 8 30. 0 9. 6 30. 5 29. 6 25. 6 10. 2 6. 1 27. 6 7. 9 24. 9 27. 8 11. 0 32. 4 31. 6 25. 1 10. 8 34. 7 11. 9 36. 9 8. 6 31. 9 10. 9 12. 2 7. 8 10. 3 29. 5 10. 6 9. 5 23 73 33. 5 7. 0 32. 5 41. 8 9. 0 13. 9 10. 7 21. 9 10. 4 14. 9 25. 1 10. 5 6. 3 28. 1 13. 8 25 77 24. 1 9. 6 36. 8 34. 9 31. 4 7. 8 8. 1 30. 1 7. 8 8. 1 33. 8 30. 0 10. 5 6. 7 32. 0 25. 1 11. 4 20 68 31. 5 28. 5 7. 0 11. 2 28. 5 34. 8 10. 5 27. 8 8. 0 32. 9 28. 7 41. 2 30. 4 11. 8 10. 4 32. 7 30. 3 8. 4 8. 3 14. 5 9. 9 10. 3 28. 3 24. 3 37 99 22. 1 27 81 24. 9 9. 3 37. 3 6. 3 7. 0 11. 6 10. 1 31. 3 11. 0 15 59 25. 5 31. 6 28. 8 31. 2 35. 4 8. 4 33. 2 9. 2 9. 6 ( 120% ) 30. 2 12. 2 26. 4 33. 0 34. 3 10. 7 30. 8 31. 9 11. 0 8. 7 30. 0 7. 1 36. 7 30. 8 36. 3 10. 7 8. 5 7. 9 10. 8 15 59 34. 4 12. 0 29. 7 8. 4 9. 7 20 68 33. + Outdoor fan motor ) . 1 10. 9 6. 3 11. 1 10. 2 34. 7 39. 2 9. 4 ( 130% ) 33. 4 11. 3 10. 9 9. 3 33 91 28. 0 35. 5 33. 8 36. 5 14. 9 7. 5 8. 7 7. 2 9. 0 33. 1 8. 3 35. 0 8. 6 5. 5 38. 6 22. 2 35. 5 8. 9 24. 7 6. 1 29. 4 5. 0 39. 3 6. 4 8.COOLING CAPACITY 3-8 CAPACITY TABLE COOLING CAPACITY MODEL : AO90M ( kW ) OUTDOOR UNITS 36. 6 14. 6 13. 2 33. 3 6. 2 9. 8 26. 6 11. 0 11. 9 23. 2 9. 5 33 91 23. 0 8. 1 8. 3 12. 1 15 59 34. 1 36. 3 31. 3 31. 3 37. 1 35. 5 29. 9 27. 8 7. 3 13. 1 8. 4 11. 5 36. 2 7. 0 25 77 32. 3 15 59 28. 8 11. 0 25. 0 32. 4 10. 8 8. 5 9. 6 8. 6 38. 5 11. 8 36. 3 11. 6 32. 6 29. 7 12. 1 11. 3 10. 7 7. 6 8. 2 12. 8 34. 6 8. 7 39. 1 8. 7 36. 4 33. 9 14. 1 28. 1 12. 2 9. 7 40. 0 9. 4 36. 1 10. 7 25. 6 8. 4 10. 1 33. 5 11. 1 11. 9 32. 4 10. 5 30. 9 32. 3 11. 8 38. 1 33. 1 8. 2 35. 0 32. 1 26. 5 12. 5 37. 8 9. 4 10. 1 30. 7 35. 5 25. 4 28. 1 30. 6 33. 1 8. 3 11. 7 20 68 25. 8 25. 5 10 50 32. 6 40. 8 31. 0 13. 0 20 68 28. 8 11. 3 9. 0 11. 3 13. 5 8. 9 11. 1 10. 8 9. 2 29. 7 10. 0 34. 1 7. 8 10. 6 8. 4 9. 8 9. 4 29. 5 30. 7 30. 2 37. 2 37. 8 30. 8 26. 6 7. 8 33. 0 7. 3 26. 3 9. 8 26. 6 11. 0 26. 0 38. 5 33. 7 9. 4 33. 6 6. 5 8. 0 32. 9 9. 0 11. 3 32. 7 7. 3 36. 1 9. 0 8. 7 30 86 32. 8 26. 0 ( 100% ) 25. 3 9. 4 36. 1 27. 3 38. 0 36. 4 9. 8 35. 2 7. 1 12. 3 34. 8 7. 9 7. 8 40 104 29. 3 10. 1 35. 3 35. 4 29.

7 3. 3 23. 9 4. 8 5. 1 19. 8 19. 2 6. 9 4. 3 5. 5 5. 1 8. 2 5. 5 4. 4 9. 4 5. 4 21. 8 17. 0 15. 6 23. 2 5. 9 23. 2 5. 8 15. 9 6. 5 18. 7 5. 8 7. 4 24. 1 5. 1 16. 9 7. 5 7. 8 7. 6 15. 3 4. 1 7. 5 22. 4 3. 8 6. 2 23. 8 25. 0 16. 3 5. 7 6. 1 6. 1 9. 9 16. 2 6. 8 5. 1 6. 9 24. 6 19. 5 7. 8 7. 4 5. 6 6. 1 23. 6 27. 6 18. 2 20. 8 4. 4 4. 7 19. 9 24. 5 17. 0 9. 0 12. 8 7. 4 7. 6 17. 4 23. 1 10. 0 6. 7 17. 6 8. 1 16. 2 22. 9 5. 3 7. 2 8. 7 18. 0 25. 4 25. 7 9. 7 20. 8 18. 7 20. 4 14. 6 12. 0 ( 50% ) Indoor Temperature 20 CDB/15 CWB 23 CDB/16 CWB 26 CDB/18 CWB 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 30 CDB/22 CWB 32 CDB/23 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB 73 FDB/61 FWB 79 FDB/64 FWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB 86 FDB/72 FWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI 23. 8 20. 0 6. 7 22. 2 6. 9 16. 5 7. 9 4. 0 15. 9 26. 2 6. 0 20. 5 5. 7 16. 7 13. 0 3. 8 3. 0 6. 6 4. 5 17. 1 17. 3 6. 3 22. 6 15. 6 24. 4 16. 9 6. 6 4. 8 6. 4 5. 5 8. 0 6. 7 5. 3 19. 9 6. 6 7. 1 5. 6 22. 7 5. 0 21. 1 7. 2 4. 1 21. 3 8. 8 6. 8 6. 8 22. 8 18. 3 6. 5 12. 7 20. 1 16. 3 6. 7 23. 2 5. 5 8. 9 3. 5 6. 4 6. 7 5. 6 21. 7 16. 7 20. 4 7. 6 16. 6 6. 5 4. 1 22. 0 7. 6 15. 2 4. 5 7. 8 5. 3 7. 8 4. 3 15.(03 . 0 20. 5 8. 9 5. 6 5. 2 3. 1 15. 4 20. 7 6. 0 6. 7 24. 3 14. 7 18. 5 14. 2 13. 2 6. 8 19. 8 7. 8 7. 9 15. 6 12. 0 5. 9 4. 2 7. 8 9. 0 7. 0 19. 8 5. 1 3. 4 20. 8 4. 5 6. 0 4. 8 7. 9 14. 6 16. 4 6. 6 18. 8 19. 8 6. 6 18. 2 22. 5 7. 8 5. 4 5. 5 20. 8 6. 5 15. 6 6. 6 7. 7 4. 7 6. 0 6. 1 14. 4 22. 8 16. 8 5. 8 3. 1 4. 5 5. 8 15. 1 21. 0 18. 9 19. 7 4. 7 7. 7 20. 2 5. 1 7. 2 17. 6 15. 5 5. 0 5. 9 28. 3 15. 3 6. 1 3. 6 18. 4 19. 9 23. 1 8. 5 4. 2 7. 2 5. 6 3. 4 7. 4 ( 80% ) 19. 7 18. 4 6. 7 8. 9 12. 3 18. 1 5. 9 15. 9 14. 0 7. 9 5. 2 5. 7 16. 5 9. 8 20. 4 7. 5 14. 9 19. 7 13. 0 11. 7 14. 6 14. 5 20. 9 18. 6 18. 2 15. 0 16. 8 4. 9 7. 9 12. 9 25. 0 7. 6 18. 0 5. 2 5. 1 18. 6 21. 0 15. 6 11. 2 8. 3 22. 7 17. 6 14. 0 19. 8 27. 0 22. 9 15. 8 8. 5 9. 5 20. 1 5. 6 23. 0 4. 0 18. 2 21. 6 5. 7 6. 3 4. 3 21. 6 16. 4 18. 5 6. 6 9. 3 5. 2 24. 7 17. 7 23. 6 17. 5 6. 4 15. 7 5. 8 6. 6 4. 3 13. 2 19. 4 13. 6 5. 8 6. 5 22. 7 8. 7 16. 9 18. 0 22. 0 4. 4 15. 1 8. 7 6. 9 20. 3 4. 9 3. 7 12. 4 23. 7 21. 3 6. 7 4. 8 4. 3 15. 4 19. 2 3. 9 19. 4 6. 3 6. 4 20. 8 24. 0 4. 7 24. 1 13. 4 3. 7 15. 5 7. 0 16. 6 16. 2 20. 6 19. 2 7. 1 20. 7 13. 1 21. 0 16. 6 19. 0 19. + Outdoor fan motor ) . 5 25. 9 3. 1 5. 1 16. 7 TC : Total Capacity kW PI : Power Input kW ( Comp. 8 14. 6 11. 2 15. 8 6. 0 17. 6 6. 6 3. 5 15. 7 21. 6 15. 9 9. 9 13. 2 22. 6 6. 8 12. 0 20. 8 6. 6 15. 2 19. 0 5. 4 5. 1 5. 7 5. 8 14. 3 24. 5 19. 5 11. 3 7. 4 6. 0 6. 6 7. 9 5. 6 21. 7 4. 0 6. 7 19. 7 12. 9 8. 2 14. 3 4. 0 13. 1 5. 3 6. 6 5. 8 15. 3 23. 7 7. 6 17. 1 7. 3 7. 1 4. 3 23. 0 5. 1 20. 9 5. 6 6. 0 17. 5 4. 1 8. 1 17. 0 6. 1 7. 9 22. 6 3. 7 19. 0 3. 7 21. 3 5. 4 5. 4 19. 6 24. 4 20. 7 7. 1 7. 5 21. 8 3. 3 3. 3 21. 3 7. 7 23. 1 5. 0 15. 6 14. 6 7. 3 25. 9 23. 8 17. 2 15. 6 3. 3 8. 7 18. 5 18. 6 19. 3 6. 4 6. 0 4. 1 5. 2 5. 3 3. 3 23. 4 5. 1 19. 9 7. 6 25. 8 ( 60% ) 14. 9 20. 6 16. 8 25. 5 4. 8 9. 2 18. 7 5. 8 14. 6 5. 6 7. 5 13. 5 14. 5 5. 6 ( 70% ) 16. 7 21. 9 5. 7 24. 6 17. 4 4. 6 11. 1 9. 4 9. 2 6. 1 6. 1 5. 8 22. 2 4. 7 6. 4 12. 6 3. 7 6. 3 3. 8 15. 2 14. 0 23. 1 5. 9 7. 2 5. 2 13. 0 22. 5 13. 2 21. 9 6. 6 21. 0 19. 9 17. 3 13. 0 17. 4 18. 1 4. 1 8. 4 14. 8 22. 9 16. 3 5. 6 25. 7 5. 6 14. 4 7. 6 3. 8 13. 0 5. 6 23. 5 16. 4 26. 1 5. 1 15. 6 20. 0 14. 3 7. 7 6. 9 18. 9 8. 7 5. 9 5. 5 15. 1 9. 8 21. 8 20. 4 16. 9 4. 0 6. 6 16. 0 14. 3 16. 5 17. 0 4. 8 17. 8 26. 9 6. 8 6. 5 18. 4 3. 6 5. 1 6. 2 8. 6 9. 4 21. 5 5. 9 18. 7 19. 2 6. 3 17. 3 15. 1 14. 5 16. 1 5. 2 23. 3 8. 6 22. 7 6. 6 17.COOLING CAPACITY Total Capacity Of Indoor Unit Outdoor Temperature ( kW ) ( CDB) ( FDB) 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 OUTDOOR UNITS 22. 3 5. 9 16. 8 5. 3 5. 9 17. 4 14. 2 18. 9 16. 9 9. 5 18. 9 12. 0 6. 2 19. 1 13. 7 18. 6 5. 0 5. 8 7. 0 5. 4 6. 3 4. 8 3. 0 3. 8 21. 8 22. 6 12. 0 26. 7 8. 9 13. 2 21. 6 19. 3 6. 4 6. 7 14. 4 13. 3 20. 6 16. 4 25. 2 24. 6 15. 1 15. 4 6. 5 26. 7 13. 3 4. 4 8. 4 22. 0 17. 7 15. 2 4. 5 4. 7 22.14) - OUTDOOR UNITS MODEL : AO90M . 7 7. 0 3. 2 17. 9 5. 3 17. 9 7. 2 5. 2 14. 6 4. 2 9. 4 19. 6 7. 3 4. 6 7. 2 18. 4 4. 6 16. 4 6. 0 4. 9 6. 7 5. 7 21. 9 4. 6 22. 9 21. 6 3. 0 5. 8 24. 3 5. 7 5. 7 21. 9 14. 8 6. 2 22. 2 3. 5 20. 8 4. 6 4. 8 20. 6 5. 0 7. 0 7. 4 5. 8 19. 6 6. 1 8. 8 7. 6 4. 2 5. 8 17. 3 7. 5 24. 6 19. 6 20. 4 4. 6 22. 3 5. 2 24. 1 13. 7 3. 6 5. 6 8. 7 18. 6 6. 1 21. 9 19. 8 5. 9 20. 4 18. 1 6. 6 17. 8 17. 4 5. 0 7. 6 4. 6 5. 0 13. 6 19. 5 5. 3 22. 7 8. 2 6. 7 25. 9 15. 7 5. 9 16. 7 20.

5 28. 5 12. 4 32. 6 13. 3 7. 0 10. 7 7. 4 8. 3 23. 7 23. 1 10. 3 39. 1 24. 9 17. 7 8. 3 10. 0 13. 2 19. 3 9. 9 33. 6 33. 3 8. 1 9. 6 11. 5 13. 2 29. 2 17. 6 35. 6 40. 3 29. 2 11. 0 12. 6 6. 6 9. 1 9. 8 6. 6 22. 7 15. 9 21. 6 12. 8 12. 2 29. 6 9. 0 12. 4 6. 0 20. 4 12. 1 17. 4 21. 8 30. 7 21. 7 20. 7 31. 2 10. 1 6. 4 15. 7 27. 0 18. 9 10. 2 7. 1 27. 0 6. 4 40. 2 12. 5 10. 9 22. 6 16. 9 40. 1 11. 7 6. 6 14. 4 4. 4 33. 7 27. 3 27. 1 5. 7 8. 1 10. 0 15. 9 9. 8 19. 2 8. 8 30. 1 6. 3 40. 5 8. 1 10. 9 25. 2 8. 2 8. 7 9. 1 10. 1 8. 4 6. 6 10. 1 11. 5 13. 2 25. 7 5. 3 21. 7 24. 2 10. 4 11. 8 10. 7 31. 0 12. 5 5. 1 10. 0 11. 9 11. 8 ( 60% ) 14. 6 31. 5 11. 9 12. 0 9. 0 9. 5 24. 1 9. 3 18. 2 8. 1 41. 0 10. 4 21. 2 30. 8 10. 6 34. 8 11. 5 37. 9 25. 7 11. 2 10. 5 13. 3 7. 7 39. 5 39. 7 36. 2 11. 6 40. 2 10. 4 6. 5 12. 2 10. 3 11. 6 34. 2 12. 5 36. 3 22. 6 6. 0 8. 2 13. 2 21. 0 7. 9 8. 0 10. 9 30. 8 6. 1 30. 0 9. 8 10. 0 12. 9 29. 1 45. 7 10. 8 6. 4 8. 4 25. 0 9. 0 5. 6 11. 4 36. 9 7. 3 22. 4 24. 9 26. 4 9. 1 22. 4 ( 130% ) 33. 5 36. 0 14. 2 38. 8 28. 8 18. 3 33. 8 21. 6 19. 4 26. 8 12. 7 9. 7 11. 2 22. 8 20. 2 ( 90% ) 22. 6 42. 6 9. 4 18. 9 25. 7 13. 3 22. 2 12. 9 21. 0 7. 2 9. 4 34. 2 6. 1 6. 2 9. 3 7. 5 40. 8 9. 8 8. 7 11. 2 9. 8 17. 7 9. 7 18. 6 18. 3 9. 1 6. 9 9. 4 28. 9 8.(03 . 6 8. 6 19. 3 7. 8 10. 3 11. 7 11. 5 9. 8 6. 7 20. 6 11. 5 9. 8 10. 7 10. 1 20. 9 19. 1 37. 3 10. 3 17. 6 8. 6 6. 4 9. 1 30. 2 8. 2 9. 5 17. 9 5. 5 32. 6 22. 4 11. 4 24. 0 10. 9 9. 3 11. 6 28. 4 29. 2 35. 5 22. 7 30. 5 22. 6 17. 7 12. 8 18. 5 10. 1 11. 7 19. 0 4. 7 10. 2 11. 5 11. 1 7. 1 11. 1 11. 9 29. 3 6. 6 12. 4 10. 4 6. 0 19. 3 26. 4 30. 1 8. 0 19. 2 7. 5 Indoor Temperature 20 CDB 23 CDB 68 FDB 73 FDB TC PI TC PI 21. 9 12. 7 8. 6 39. 1 6. 4 5. 0 26. 1 8. 1 31. 0 33. 7 29. 9 10. 2 7. 8 6. 6 8. 9 8. 6 23. 8 19. 8 36. 9 9. 7 8. 4 8. 9 36. 0 36. 3 21. 5 9. 9 10. 0 32. 0 39. 4 16. 4 21. 5 15. 9 26. 1 38. 3 19. 0 38. 5 24. 8 10. 6 33. 6 21. 6 22. 7 10. 0 11. 6 22. 1 9. 4 23. 4 26. 0 32. 4 11. 1 9. 6 25. 7 37. 1 29. 9 9. 2 12. 1 7. 4 12. 6 8. 4 5. 3 9. 5 11. 4 23. 0 8. 0 7. 6 10. 0 8. 7 13. 3 21. 5 10. 2 13. 6 7. 3 18. 8 21. 8 12. 7 29. 8 8. 9 10. 3 11. 8 18. 2 21. 9 7. 1 11. 7 11. 8 47. 4 19. 4 5. 7 6. 9 27. 7 12. 6 8. 5 8. 3 34. 8 11. 9 9. 7 29. 5 5. 6 5. 4 26. 3 10. 1 24. 9 9. 7 32. 6 8. 7 14. 7 9. 4 6. 5 16. 7 5. 4 12. 7 8. 1 30. 7 8. 7 13. 8 9. 6 11. 9 23. 6 9. 6 18. 5 10. 7 19. 5 9. 0 45. 7 11. 4 13. 5 31. 2 9. 4 6. 2 16. 1 8. 6 25. 2 10. 8 31. 0 11. 3 7. 7 11. 7 6. 2 9. 6 10. 1 10. 7 12. 3 32. 1 6. 5 7. 0 15. 0 15. 9 8. 8 11. 5 9. 1 18. 5 9. 7 11. 8 6. 8 8. 5 8. 3 18. 1 22. 7 11. 2 9. 2 11. 8 8. 8 22. 0 16. 7 32. 3 10. 4 5. 1 23. 9 13. 0 22. 7 27. 6 10. 4 9. 9 17. 2 12. 8 10. 7 11. 8 ( 110% ) 28. 7 38. 3 26. 5 18. 8 18. 4 12. 2 13. 6 25. 6 19. 3 5. 4 ( 80% ) 19. 9 31. 9 30. 3 32. 2 13. 1 12. 1 8. 3 18 CDB 64 FDB TC PI 21. 5 10. 3 10. 3 33. 2 15. 2 19. 7 12. 9 11. 9 41. 5 25. 1 8. 0 9. 1 8. 3 22. 5 19. 2 16. 8 38. 4 8. 7 25. 6 17. 1 24. 0 30. 7 OUTDOOR UNITS MODEL : AO90M . 6 10. 2 11. 0 31. 1 24. 2 26. 7 23. + Outdoor fan motor ) . 3 10. 9 6. 7 9. 4 27. 8 9. 3 10. 3 11. 2 21. 2 28. 8 34. 1 21. 7 19. 2 12. 8 11. 9 27. 9 7. 5 7. 5 26. 9 11. 7 34. 6 30. 9 11. 8 13. 4 9. 5 46. 8 10. 5 19. 4 26. 9 26. 0 31. 7 9. 8 17. 8 6. 7 10. 7 37. 4 9. 9 19. 4 30. 2 9. 4 11. 0 37. 6 26. 8 8. 6 9. 5 18. 8 18. 9 11. 9 12. 2 10. 4 37. 6 10. 4 18. 5 20. 3 36. 9 14. 3 10. 0 23. 3 17. 4 11. 5 21. 0 21. 1 21. 5 9. 7 14. 8 10. 8 9. 2 6. 8 6. 7 7. 0 30. 1 8. 8 25. 6 12. 6 12. 3 34. 4 16. 9 19. 8 12. 1 20. 1 5. 7 8. 2 6. 7 22. 9 22. 4 20. 2 35.15) - 25 CDB 77 FDB TC PI 20. 5 8. 7 25. 9 8. 3 34. 7 27 CDB 81 FDB TC PI 19. 2 12. 6 11. 0 32. 0 8. 3 6. 1 33. 3 10. 0 11. 7 10. 0 18. 3 46. 5 26. 0 9. 7 11. 2 9. 4 9. 6 17. 3 10. 9 10. 8 24. 9 22. 6 10. 5 8. 1 24. 4 6. 6 23. 5 20. 3 11. 7 19. 2 15. 3 18. 4 32. 9 9. 7 7. 7 11. 9 5. 8 10. 7 16. 4 32. 8 27. 0 23. 3 13. 4 30. 8 12. 9 30. 2 8. 6 8. 9 34. 7 9. 8 10. 2 8. 7 10. 4 11. 9 11. 4 8. 6 25. 0 18. 6 28. 0 11. 4 25. 5 10. 0 ( 50% ) Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) ( FDB) -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 14 -10 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 -15 5 -10 14 -5 23 0 32 5 41 7 45 10 50 15 59 RH RH85% RH85% RH85% RH85% RH85% RH85% RH85% RH85% RH85% 15 CDB 59 FDB TC PI 22. 1 8. 5 11. 8 25. 3 9. 3 9. 4 24. 8 10. 6 20. 2 6. 0 17. 4 6. 6 17. 9 9. 0 28. 8 32. 9 11. 7 8. 6 28. 1 28. 0 35. 2 24. 1 17. 2 10. 5 28. 5 23. 8 18. 2 8. 7 22. 3 8. 7 23. 6 7. 3 9. 8 8. 0 18. 7 35. 3 10. 5 11. 6 24. 9 7. 7 10. 5 28. 5 20. 3 9. 5 10. 4 26. 7 TC : Total Capacity kW PI : Power Input kW ( Comp. 3 23. 2 6. 1 19. 5 10. 1 24. 1 25. 3 15. 9 10. 5 21. 4 18. 5 10. 8 27. 5 38. 2 28. 0 ( 100% ) 25. 0 6. 6 31. 2 9. 9 5. 7 23. 2 16. 3 9. 4 12. 7 12. 9 37. 9 10. 4 17. 5 5. 4 39. 6 26. 4 17. 4 10. 5 12. 1 10. 6 20. 2 8. 1 10. 8 19. 9 28. 4 8. 6 8. 9 5. 6 36. 9 10. 1 11. 3 10. 8 25. 4 20. 7 26. 7 25. 9 33. 6 17. 8 21. 4 8. 1 21. 6 33. 7 10. 3 9. 5 9. 2 30. 0 27. 7 12. 1 6. 7 41. 6 23. 0 31.HEATING CAPACITY HEATING CAPACITY Total Capacity Of Indoor Unit ( kW ) OUTDOOR UNITS 36. 4 20. 5 32. 7 7. 3 27. 4 9. 9 17. 4 24. 9 9. 4 8. 1 35. 3 30. 1 21. 2 11. 2 24. 4 9. 9 10. 4 10. 9 6. 3 42. 7 10. 8 11. 0 10. 0 20. 6 28. 1 25. 2 9. 4 9. 1 16. 8 40. 4 17. 4 33. 9 6. 7 11. 7 37. 5 11. 7 22. 6 18. 1 12. 5 10. 5 15. 3 9. 2 28. 7 8. 5 6. 8 7. 1 36. 9 35. 6 10. 3 5. 9 13. 7 29. 8 14. 0 21. 6 15. 3 17. 9 25. 9 38. 3 26. 0 17. 0 6. 5 18. 1 11. 1 12. 4 39. 4 10. 2 10. 4 18. 1 10. 4 36. 2 8. 7 5. 7 33. 2 18. 5 15. 5 6. 7 9. 7 11. 3 28. 6 15. 7 8. 6 10. 1 38. 3 22. 4 20. 8 22. 6 7. 2 16. 2 38. 5 9. 5 25. 8 11. 6 ( 120% ) 30. 6 ( 70% ) 16. 0 19. 9 24. 4 10. 9 8. 3 14. 6 39. 1 9. 3 13. 5 10. 7 8.

1 -b OUTDOOR UNITS OUTDOOR UNITS Refer to 4-8..6 4..6 7.CAPACITY TABLE(COOLING) of INDOOR UNIT Enter the given designed indoor and outdoor air temperature.00 3.8 AS30 8.05 5.2 Capacity of indoor unit (AR) Cooling capacity(kw) Heating capacity(kw) AR7 2.5 AU18 5..5 10.5 10.80 3.6 AB24 6. 20 C WB.6 AS24 6.6 AW24 6.0 4.0 8.3 5.15 2. Table. based on table1 4.15 2. Select the indoor unit 1 Select the indoor unit MODEL Rated CAPACITY TC AU12 AR14 3.8 9.1 AU12 3.6 AR25 7.8 Table.5 Capacity of indoor unit (AW) Cooling capacity(kw) Heating capacity(kw) AW7 2.7 AU14 4.8 AR12 3.5 12.9 7. 1 -a .85 AR30 8. Please find the indoor unit capacity TC.1 Table.7 AB30 8.5 10.4 5.45 AU9 2.3 5.7 13.7 13.05 7.4 5.7 5.60 4.1 AB14 4..10 AU36 10.1 AW14 4.8 9.60 4.7 AU54 14.15 2.1 AR36 10.05 7.9 AW20 5. Select the unit by using TC 1 -b to make nearest to and larger than the load of each room.10 AW12 3. Outdoor 40 C DB.1 15.0 AB18 5.3 Capacity of indoor unit (AU) Cooling capacity(kw) Heating capacity(kw) AU7 2.7 17.8 3.24 .7 13.8 3.10 AR14 4.1 15.7 AB54 14.45 AR9 2.8 9.3 4.5 4.85 AU30 8.7 AU45 12.7 17.4 Capacity of indoor unit (AS) Cooling capacity(kw) Heating capacity(kw) AS18 5.10 Cooling capacity(kw) Heating capacity(kw) AR45 AR36H AR45H AR60H 12.1 AB36 10.81 4.8 .45 AU20 5.6 Table.7 10. Design Condition : Indoor 28 C DB.1 Capacity of indoor unit (AB) Cooling capacity(kw) Heating capacity(kw) AB12 3.7 AB45 12.45 AW9 2.9 7.8 AW30 8.3-9 SELECTION PROCEDURE CHARACTERISTICS OF CAPACITY ( COOLING CAPACITY ) Example) In case of AU12 x 6 units and AR14 x 3units.0 5.5 4.0 8.0 4.8 AU25 7.0 10.7 13.8 Table.8 AR18 5.

0 x (3.6(kW). Actual capacity = Cooling Capacity 3 x (Indoor unit capacity -a / Total capacity ) x Ratio Capacity of AU12 = 33.0 x (4.60 / 33...93(kW) Ratio : Ratio of capacity based on Piping Length / 100 (Reference the capacity ratio of REFRIGERANT PIPING LENGTH COMPENSATION CURVE) If the actual capacity is less than load of room.00 / 33. 2 3 Calculate the cooling capacity of OUTDOOR UNIT Refer to CAPACITY TABLE of OUTDOOR UNIT Please find the outdoor unit capacity TC.6(kW)x6(units)}+{4. 3 OUTDOOR UNITS OUTDOOR UNITS Enter the total capacity of indoor unit ( 2 ) and given designed indoor and outdoor air temperature. 4 Calculate the individual indoor unit actual capacity of system. .6) = 3.0 (kW) .Calculate the capacity of the system 2 Calculate cooling capacity of the system based on table1 5.6) = 3. Note : Select the optimum size units and make sure not to select oversized units...54(kW) Capacity of AR14 = 33. Calculate the actual capacity for individual indoor unit Calculate according to the following formulas.0(kW)x3(units)} = 33. Total capacity of indoor unit (COOLING) = {3.select the unit again as exceed to load. Outdoor unit capacity = 33.

(03 .18) - .5 10 20 30 40 50 60 Pipe length (m) 70 80 90 100 CAPACITY RATIO OF HEATING OPERATION 100 90 Capacity ratio (%) OUTDOOR UNITS 90 80 70 60 50 7.3-10 REFRIGERANT PIPING LENGTH COMPENSATION CURVE CAPACITY RATIO OF COOLING OPERATION 100 70 OUTDOOR UNITS Capacity ratio (%) 80 60 50 7.5 10 20 30 40 50 60 Pipe length (m) 70 80 90 100 These datas are under the rated standard condition. .

(03 .3-11 OPERATION RANGE AO90 Cooling 20 18 10 -10 -5 0 10 20 30 Outdoor temperature( CDB) 40 Heating 40 30 C or less 30 20 10 0 -20 -15 -10 0 10 20 21 Outdoor temperature( CDB) 30 .19) - 50 52 60 OUTDOOR UNITS Indoor temperature( CDB) 32 30 0 -20 Indoor temperature( CDB) OUTDOOR UNITS 40 .

5m Front Rear .20) - .3-12 SOUND LEVEL OVERALL OUTDOOR UNITS AO 90 VOLTAGE SOUND LEVEL 380V 55 dB (A) 415V 57 dB (A) OUTDOOR UNITS MODEL SOUND LEVEL CHECK POINT 1m 1m MIC 1.(03 .

000 4.dB:(0dB=0.000 8.(03 .OCTAVE-BAND LEVEL MODEL : AO90 80 70 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 OUTDOOR UNITS Octave band sound pressure level.0002bar) OUTDOOR UNITS NC-65 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 63 125 250 500 1. Hz .21) - .000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.

3-13 ELECTRIC CHARACTERISTICS MODEL NAME AO90MPBMF W FREQUENCY VOLTAGE min / MAX RATED LOAD CURRENT RLC MAX.415 V min.2 A 30 14.5/10 RESSOR MOTOR OUTPUT MO kW 1. LOAD CURRENT MLC MAX.9/7. FUSE AMP. FS STARTING CURRENT SC 50 Hz RATED 4W 380 . To select electrical circuit breaker.8 kW 40 A 75 COMP Rated Load Amp. caluculate follwing method. refer to the value of FS. LOAD INPUT MLI MAX.342 / MAX.99MPa HIGH PRESSURE PROTECTION FAN MOTOR THERMAL PROTECTOR REMARKS 3.22) - OUTDOOR UNITS OUTDOOR UNITS POWER SUPPLY 3 . To select electrical equipment and wire size.456 16.1 130 C ON 61 C OFF 21A in 3-10sec COMP. RLA A 3.3MPa OFF 130 C 5 C OFF 83 C ON REVERSE PHASE BLOCK . EX) FS RLC S * S : Safety Factor 2.52/3.(03 .35/4.25 * Caution * Safety Factor is depend on the wiring regulation of each regions.2 135 C ON 61 C OFF 40A in 3-10sec COMP.93 RLC is based on follwing standard condition. 3-14 SAFETY DEVICES SETTING MODEL NAME AO90MPBMF 250V 6.3 120 C ON 61 C OFF 60A in 3-10sec Pd-Ps 2.3A PCB FUSE COMPRESSOR INTERNAL PROTECTOR RELIEF VALVE COMP. Indoor : 27 C DB/19 C WB Outdoor : 35 C DB MLC is based on the value of using maximum operation range.

R407C TM SERIES 4 . INDOOR UNIT .

D APPLICABLE OUTDOOR UNIT Model Type Refrierant type COOLING ONLY R22 AO90APCMF . AO72TPCMF HEAT RECOVERY AO90MPBMF MODEL CHANGE CODE : B MODEL DESIGNATION 1 2 A B TYPE AB : LARGE CEILING OR UNIVERSAL (FLOOR/CEILING) AR : DUCT AU : CASSETTE AS : WALL MOUNTED AW : CEILING WALL 3 MARKET REGION BLANK : 380-415V 50Hz G : 380-415V 50Hz Y : 380-415V 50Hz 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 4 T F C M F MODEL CODE 7 9 12 14 18 20 24 25 30 36 45 54 60 FUNCTION TYPE CONTROL METHOD (REMOTE CONTROL) T: Standard F : FREE H: High static pressure MODEL CHANGE CODE A: 2000 .(04 . AO72APCMF AO90RPCMF .5 8. AO72RPCMF HEAT PUMP COOLING ONLY HEAT PUMP R407C MODEL CHANGE CODE AO90EPCMF .05 25 6. MODEL LINE UP LINE UP 11 types. 41models ranging from 2.7 45 10.15 7 Duct (compact) Duct (compact) Universal Duct Duct (High Static Floor/Ceiling Pressure) Ceiling Wall mounted (compact) Wall Ceiling wall mounted INDOOR INDOOR UNIT Capacity MODEL CHANGE CODE : C.0kW.0 60 14.2002 B: C: 2003 D: 2005 (AS7-14) .8 9 2.05 14 3.8 36 30 7.1 54 12.7 20 5.4-1.8 24 5. AO72EPCMF MODEL CHANGE CODE : C AO90TPCMF .6 12 2.15kW to 17. Type Cassette Cassette Cassette (compact) (kW) Model code 17.01) - MULTI F TYPE .3 18 4.

Others Auto Restart Detachable and Washable Open Panel New model Old model Non-operation mode Auto Shut Flaps . RIGHT and LEFT UP and DOWN swing swing Double auto swing Swing Steps 5 steps selectable 4 steps selectable Super vane The double-flap "Super Vane" with newly developed special configuration boosts the air flow. Since up/down air direction flaps operate automatically. it is possible to set the air direction based on the operating mode.4-2 FEATURE 4-2-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE MODELS : AB12.(04 . AB24 FEATURES Compact design Symmetrical thin and compact design Flat and round form INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Flexible installation CEILING FLOOR Combination of up/down and right/left air direction swing allows three-dimensional air direction control.02) - Operation mode . sending cool air quickly to every corner of the room. according to the operating mode of the unit. AB14. AB18.

AB54 FEATURES Installation WALL MOUNTED (for high-ceilinged room) OUTDOOR INDOOR Wide air flow INDOOR UNIT CONCEALED INDOOR UNIT OPEN SPACE Fresh-air intake Slender shape A slender shape with curves harmonizes perfectly with the room interior.4-2-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE MODELS : AB30. AB36. Wide air flow Drain lift-up mechanism Slender Long-life filter High efficiency long-life filter that extends the cleaning cycle up to 2 times that of the current model is standard.03) - UTR-DPB241 .(04 . Filter Double auto swing VERTICAL HORIZONTAL SW IN G SWING Others Option parts Auto Restart Drain water rizer kit Detachable and Washable Open Panel . AB45. Optional drain lift-up mechanism allows more flexible installation.

4-2-3.(04 . AR12. AR9. AR18 FEATURES Ultra-thin duct air conditioner for easy installation INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Compact design Low noise level Low noise level is realized for each capacity.) 12 14 18 0 / 39.6 Volume of air-flow m 3 / h 340/290 420/360 460/380 640/480 750/640 (High/Low) Noise level (Low speed) dB(A) 26 31 Easy to install (universal type) Ceiling concealed 26 30 33 Installation example Floor concealed Filter (Accessory) Others Auto restart Filter Air intake from rear or bottom side Option parts . 7 MODEL CODE Static pressure 9 Pa (Normal/Max. AR14. COMPACT DUCT TYPE MODELS : AR7.04) - Remote sensor kit UTD-RS100 IR receiver unit UTB-YWA .

Sample installation / Installation style Rear Bottom Sample installation Air intake opening Duct Air outflow opening Installation styles Embedded in Ceiling Hanging from Ceiling Embedded in Ceiling Hanging from Ceiling Others Auto Restart Option parts Flange ( square ) UTD-SF045T Flange ( round ) UTD-RF204 Flexible duct UTD-RD202 Long life filter UTD-LF270 Remote sensor kit UTD-RS100 IR receiver unit UTB-YWA . the outlet grille does not stick out into the room.4-2-4.05) - . Direct installation Anchor bolts DRAIN PORT CONTROL BOX Fresh air can be taken in from two directions. FEATURES Ultra thin models for very low ceilings Flexible installation Suspended installation INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 27cm Hanger bolts Piping can be laid in almost any direction. AR30. With a beautiful finish. One indoor unit can condition the air of multiple rooms. AR45 Installed behind the ceiling (or with a double ceiling for existing rooms) this design offers space savings and low noise. AR36.(04 . DUCT TYPE MODELS : AR25.

One indoor unit can condition the air of multiple rooms.06) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT High static pressure . FEATURES Easy maintenance Fan motor maintenance can be performed from the top and the bottom. Recommended external static pressure : 196 Pa (Max.(04 . AR60H Installed behind the ceiling this design offers s pace savings and low noise. With a beautiful finish.4-2-5. HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE MODELS : AR36H. 300Pa) Top access AIR FLOW Bottom access Easy maintenance Installation example Control Box Cover (Electrical parts access) Maintenance Panel (Thermistor access) Maintenance Panel (Fan motor access) Optional parts Others Flange ( square ) UTD-SF045T Flange ( round ) UTD-RF204 Outlet chamber UTD-BC200 Flexible duct UTD-RD202 Long life filter UTD-LF400 Remote sensor kit UTD-RS100 IR receiver unit UTB-YWA Auto Restart . the outlet does not stick out into the room. AR45H.

3-way or 4-way air flow to suit your needs. COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE MODELS : AU7.4-2-6. AU18 Applicable grille unit: UTG-UD D-W FEATURES Flat & simple design This compact air conditioner can be fit to ceiling tiles (600 x 600mm) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Compact Design 570mm FLAP 245mm 20mm Plastic flap with no velvet coating Fit to ceiling tiles (600mm x 600mm) Adjustable grill Adjustment to ceiling design Current model New model Plastic Flap with no Velvet Coating Auto Air Frow Direction and Auto Swing 4-way air flow system You can select 2-way.07) - . AU12.(04 . 4-step swing 4-step swing . AU14. AU9.

C.55 0. washable air intake grille Wide opening for easy maintenance.2kg Bolt New Model Others Old Model .08) - . New fan (7 blades) 298 INDOOR UNIT By putting the P. ELECTRICAL COMPONENT BOX (built-in) Ceiling INDOOR UNIT Airflow range Airflow at floor level is increased by chainging the air velocity. we realized easy maintenance. we realized easy maintenance. (m) 3 UNIT:m/s 6 4 2 2 1 23 C 1 21 C 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 0.(04 .Easy maintenance By putting the Electrical Component box inside the unit. Simple maintenance Detachable.5 2 3 4 5 6 (m) Low noise Large air volume and low noise achieved by large diameter variable pitch Turbo Fan( 298mm) and 7 evaporator.variable pitch Fan By reducing the noise level of arround 100Hz. Light weight & easy installation Drain water pipe lifted to 400mm Body : 18kg Auto Restart Auto Shut Flaps Panel : 2. board inside the unit. 7 blades. (Unit : mm) 298mm. we realized to reduce the harsh grating noise in actual hearing.

AU30 Setting space Model AU20. AU25.09 ) - 450 350. AU25.5 (Unit : mm) Wide air flow Larger air flap distributes the outlet air flow a longer distance in the horizontal direction. New mechanism allows the cassette body to move 35mm downward and contributes to keeping the ceiling surface clean. New model Old model . Improved turbo fan shape (aerodynamic design) Expanded air distribution Low internal resistance Molded fan motor Improvement of fan blade Old fan (13 blades) (Unit : mm) 129. AU30 Height 200 or 235 Width 830 Depth 830 Width 940 200 mm Standard setting Slender setting Improved noise level and air distribution Noise level is lowered dramatically. 235 mm INDOOR UNIT Flexible installation 940 Height FEATURES .4-2-7 CASSETTE TYPE (Slim body) MODELS : AU20.(04 .5 420 320 New fan (7 blades) INDOOR UNIT Depth Small and compact body allows space saving installation.

(04 . 320 INDOOR UNIT Flexible installation . AU45.10) - INDOOR UNIT Setting space 940 Depth Small and compact body allows space saving installation. AU54 Height FEATURES Model AU36.4-2-7 CASSETTE TYPE MODELS : AU36. Improved turbo fan shape (aerodynamic design) Expanded air distribution Low internal resistance Molded fan motor Improvement of fan blade Old fan (13 blades) 450 420 350. AU45. New mechanism allows the cassette body to move 35mm downward and contributes to keeping the ceiling surface clean. Old model New model . AU54 Height 250 or 285 Width Depth 830 830 Width 250 mm 285 mm 940 Standard setting Slender setting Improved noise level and air distribution Comparison of noise level (dB) Noise level is lowered dramatically.5 New fan (7 blades) (Unit : mm) (Unit : mm) Wide air flow Larger air flap distributes the outlet air flow a longer distance in the horizontal direction.

washable air intake grille Long-life filter High efficiency long-life filter that extends the cleaning cycle up to 2 times that of the current model is mounted as standard. 4-way air flow system Long-life filter INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 2-way 3-way 4-way Air flow volume can be switched High ceiling mode (air flow up) and low-noise (air flow down) can be switched according to the height of the ceiling and other conditions by means of a PCB DIP switch. 4 steps swing 4 steps swing Detachable.11) - . Wide opening facilitates maintenance.Auto air flow direction and auto swing Harmonized design Swing Steps Simple maintenance Control box is installed in the grille for easy maintenance.(04 . Conditioned air can be distributed by means of a distribution duct. Duct connection hole opening Fresh air can be introduced through this opening. Two-way Distribution duct Fresh air Distribution duct One-way Drain water pipe lifted to 800mm 800mm Others Auto Restart Auto Shut Flaps . Wide opening and Long-Life Filter.

(04 . Easy cleaning Auto-shut flap without velvet coating INDOOR UNIT Thin type grill INDOOR UNIT Thin grill.New grill design Symmetrical design New "Punch hole" grill harmonizes with any interior design.12) - . even when several units are installed in one room. Thin type grill Grill frame Detailed setting Drain water pipe lifted to 800mm 800mm Others Auto Restart Auto Shut Flaps . auto-close flaps without velvet coating and flat surface allow easy cleaning. it is easy to fit in the ceiling surface. Easy installation Since the cassette body can be installed using a grill frame.

13) - .120 x D220 (mm) Big wide flaps with a powerful image Vertical and horizontal symmetrical design matched to the interior decor Easy-to-read center display Low-noise Multi air flow High efficiency fan construction 7mm Lambda type evaporator improves the airflow path Large air diffuser Large independently driven power diffusers used Heating: Wide down flow Cooling: Horizontal concentration and other air direction control Cooling 7 lambda type evaporator Large independently driven power diffuser 1 2 Large air diffuser Large independently driven power diffuser 3 Horizontal concentration and other air direction control 4 Steps Heating Swing Other features include continuation of the functions of the existing wall mounted type. AS30 Vertical and horizontal symmetrical design matched to the interior decor Easy-to-read center display Big wide flaps with a powerful image FEATURES Fine symmetry design INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT H320 x W1. 1 Wide down flow 2 3 Double auto swing 2-way draining route 4 Others Easier installation Auto Restart Expanded work space at bottom of casing Increases piping space by 15% Double auto swing Increases piping space by 15% .4-2-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE MODELS : AS18. AS24.(04 .

AW18. AW9.14) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Horizontal cooling . 7ØHigh efficiency heat exchanger Cool/Dry/Fan High efficiency DC motor Heat Easy maintenance One-touch long-life filter. AW30 FEATURES Large & wide airflow 0 (m) 1 Large. Large airflow and low noise achieved by top air intake.4-2-9 CEILING WALL TYPE MODELS : AW7. Low noise Suppressing the turbulence by providing vertical grooves on the quiet louver and the right/left louver reduces annoying noise. washable drain pan. Others Auto Restart Double auto swing . Existing louver New quiet louver Outlet louver reduces annoying noise Removable. Color . AW24. AW14.(04 . wide airflow Floor level heating 0 (m) 1 2 1 2 3 4 4 5 0 (m) 1 2 3 3 4 6 5 6 2 4 5 6 1 2 3 3 4 5 1 2 5 6 6 3 4 5 6 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 (m) 0 (m) 0 (m) High efficiency Large center display High output and high efficiency are achieved by using a DC motor. AW12.coding the operation state lets you check the unit's operation status at a glance.

30 0.38 0.50 4.00 5.70 15.10 5.45 0.000 17.100 26.030 1.] Low Fan Motor Output [W] High Noise Level (Sound Pressure) Med [dB (A)] Low Fan Type x Q'ty Sirocco x 2 Heat Exchanger Plate Fin Coil Dimensions Net (H x W x D) Gross Weights Pipe size Net Gross Liquid Gas 199 x 990 x 655 [mm] [kg] [mm] 320 x 1.p.100 22.800 18.35 12.35 6.150 x 790 28 28 28 30 37 37 37 39 6.100 19.30 6.38 Max Current [A] 0.70 [BTU/h] 14.05 5.500 [kW] 4.45 640 640 770 900 560 560 680 780 Low 480 480 560 660 High 850 850 1.5 45 34 34 37 41 Cooling capacity Heating capacity High INDOOR UNIT AB18 Air Circulation Fan Speed Med Med [m 3/h] [r.25 0.60 [BTU/h] 11.15) - INDOOR UNIT Model .60 7.4-3 SPECIFICATIONS 4-3-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE AB12 AB14 Power 220-240V AB24 50Hz [kW] 3.25 0.(04 .900 13.m.88 Pipe Connection Method Operation Range Cooling Heating Flare 18 to 30 [C] 16 to 30 .30 0.040 670 670 770 900 16 16 30 40 40 40 46 49 37 37 41.300 Input [W] 57 57 88 88 Current [A] 0.180 760 760 890 1.

16 1.40 1.(04 .000 Cooling capacity Heating capacity High INDOOR UNIT AB36 Air Circulation Fan Speed Med Med [m 3/h] [r.000 1.88 Pipe Connection Method Operation Range Cooling Heating 19.14 1.800 x 790 48 48 48 48 61 61 61 61 9.710 1.1 [BTU/h] 30.36 1.17 Max Current [A] 1.660 x 700 [mm] [kg] [mm] 318 x 1.7 13.5 39 44 46 Fan Type x Q'ty Sirocco x 4 Heat Exchanger Plate Fin Coil Dimensions Net (H x W x D) Gross Weights Pipe size Net Gross Liquid Gas 240 x 1.5 47 50 52 38 44 48 50 34.110 2.7 15.350 1.p.5 12.630 1.360 1.150 700 750 850 1.540 1.10 10.40 1.8 [BTU/h] 31.500 47.m.] Low Fan Motor Output High Noise Level (Sound Pressure) 160 [W] Med [dB (A)] Low 41.000 Input [W] 124 144 160 180 Current [A] 1.180 Low 1.250 800 900 1.4-3-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE AB30 Power AB45 220-240V AB54 50Hz [kW] 8.000 36.000 1.500 48.450 1.890 2.000 54.16) - INDOOR UNIT Model .39 1.7 14.890 2.200 [kW] 9.000 36.17 1.000 43.05 Flare 18 to 30 [C] 16 to 30 .80 10.100 1.52 15.900 High 850 1.620 1.

52 Pipe Connection Method Operation Range Sirocco x 2 12.20 0.15 2.21 0.70 Flare 18 to 30 [C] 16 to 30 .80 5.400 19.100 [kW] 2.p.100 Input [W] 40 43 34 50 62 Current [A] 0.600 11.400 10.700 18.10 4.35 Cooling Heating 6.35 9.24 0.075 x 686 18 25 22 29 6.27 Max Current [A] 0.17) - 15.25 0.45 3.80 3.23 0.30 [BTU/h] 7.60 [BTU/h] 8.00 5.300 9.27 0.900 13.000 16.] Low Fan Motor Output [W] High Noise Level (Sound Pressure) Med [dB (A)] Low Fan Type x Q'ty Sirocco x 1 Heat Exchanger Plate Fin Coil Dimensions Net (H x W x D) Gross Weights Pipe size Net Gross Liquid Gas [mm] [kg] [mm] 217 x 663 x 595 217 x 953 x 595 324 x 785 x 686 324 x 1.10 4.32 340 420 460 640 750 320 390 430 560 700 Low 290 360 390 480 640 High 780 960 640 840 960 720 880 610 740 900 660 810 580 650 840 12 14 16 18 21 31 35 28 34 36 28 33 27 32 35 26 31 26 30 33 Cooling capacity Heating capacity High INDOOR UNIT Air Circulation Fan Speed Med Med [m 3/h] [r.4-3-3 COMPACT DUCT TYPE AR7 AR9 AR12 220-240V Power AR14 AR18 50Hz [kW] 2.88 INDOOR UNIT Model .21 0.m.600 14.25 0.50 4.(04 .

68 1.800 31.18) - INDOOR UNIT Model .100 1.44 Max Current [A] 0.84 1.200 1.35 15.000 Input [W] 155 240 265 315 Current [A] 0.270 745 1.130 1.600 1.000 1.200 Cooling capacity Heating capacity High INDOOR UNIT Air Circulation Fan Speed Med Med [m 3/h] [r.210 x 700 [mm] [kg] [mm] 330 x 1.300 x 790 43 43 45 45 53 53 55 55 9.320 820 1.800 High 890 1.58 1.500 [kW] 7.800 2.040 1.500 47.200 1.200 1.650 2.000 36.7 [BTU/h] 26.550 1.7 [BTU/h] 24.m.06 1.16 1.000 2.84 1. DUCT TYPE AR25 AR30 Power AR36 220-240V AR45 50Hz [kW] 7.280 1.05 Flare 18 to 30 [C] 16 to 30 .7 13.(04 .100 30.05 8.52 6.4-3-4.80 10.10 10.5 12.140 1.85 9.000 36.350 1.] Low Fan Motor Output [W] High Noise Level (Sound Pressure) Med [dB (A)] Low 70 275 44 47 47 49 42 45 45 47 40 43 43 45 Fan Type x Q'ty Sirocco x 2 Heat Exchanger Plate Fin Coil Dimensions Net (H x W x D) Gross Weights Pipe size Net Gross Liquid Gas 270 x 1.88 Pipe Connection Method Operation Range Cooling Heating 19.58 1.000 43.240 1.000 Low 1.p.

m.5 12.200 3.500 47.7 17.600 2.7 17.750 Low 1.81 2.35 2.19) - INDOOR UNIT Model .400 1.58 Max Current [A] 3.500 58.] Low Fan Motor Output [W] High Noise Level (Sound Pressure) Med [dB (A)] Low 350 500 47 48 53 45 46 52 43 44 51 Fan Type x Q'ty Sirocco x 2 Heat Exchanger Plate Fin Coil Dimensions Net (H x W x D) Gross Weights Pipe size Net Gross Liquid Gas 400 x 1.075 630 760 1.(04 .900 2.35 3.6 [BTU/h] 36.000 1.7 13.0 [BTU/h] 36.02 4.150 690 820 1.02 3.000 [kW] 10.000 Cooling capacity Heating capacity High INDOOR UNIT Air Circulation Fan Speed Med Med [m 3/h] [r.000 2.05 Pipe Connection Method Operation Range Cooling Heating Flare 18 to 30 [C] 16 to 30 .000 43.000 60.p.4-3-5 HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE AR36H AR45H 220-240V Power AR60H 50Hz [kW] 10.52 [mm] 19.500 High 760 890 1.250 x 800 [mm] 500 x 1.430 x 930 75 [ kg ] 90 9.700 1.100 Input [W] 445 463 733 Current [A] 2.

4-3-6 COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE AU7 Model AU9 Power AU12 220-240 AU14 AU18 50Hz [kW] 2.] Low Fan Motor Output [W] High Noise Level (Sound Pressure) Med [dB (A)] Low 9 38 38 41 41 44 35 35 37 37 38 31 31 34 34 35 Fan Type x Q'ty Turbo x 1 Heat Exchanger Plate Fin Coil Dimensions Net (H x W x D) Gross Weights 230 x 570 x 570 [mm] 280 x 710 x 750 Net 18 [kg] Gross Pipe size 23 Liquid 6.15 0.23 0.35 [mm] 9.27 0.20) - 15.100 [kW] 2.700 17.600 14.80 3.300 13.26 530 530 580 580 640 480 480 520 520 540 Low 410 410 460 460 470 High 630 630 690 690 750 570 570 610 610 640 480 480 540 540 540 High Air Circulation Fan Speed Med Med [m 3/h] [r.15 2.50 5.10 4.23 0.45 [BTU/h] 8.00 [BTU/h] 7.400 18.88 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Heating capacity .600 12.600 Cooling capacity Input [W] 28 28 52 52 50 Current [A] 0.00 5.52 Gas Pipe Connection Method Operation Range 15 10 12.000 15.45 3.15 0.13 0.400 9.m.22 Max Current [A] 0.13 0.27 0.p.60 4.10 4.400 10.70 Flare Cooling 18 to 30 [C] Heating 16 to 30 .(04 .

4-3-7 CASSETTE TYPE
AU20

220-240V

Power

AU30
50Hz

[kW]

5.70

7.05

8.80

[BTU/h]

19,500

24,100

30,000

[kW]

5.80

7.85

9.10

[BTU/h]

19,800

26,800

31,100

Input

[W]

104

124

140

Current

[A]

0.60

0.64

0.67

Max Current

[A]

0.72

0.77

0.80

1,000

1,100

1,200

840

940

1,050

Low

700

780

840

High

450

490

540

390

430

480

330

360

390

Cooling capacity

Heating capacity

High
INDOOR
UNIT

AU25

Air Circulation

Fan Speed

Med

Med

[m 3/h]

[r.p.m.]

Low
Fan Motor Output

[W]
High

Noise Level
(Sound Pressure)

Med

[dB (A)]

Low

42
42

44

46

38

42

44

35

39

41

Fan Type x Q'ty

Turbo x 1

Heat Exchanger

Plate Fin Coil

Dimensions

Net

(H x W x D)

Gross

Weights

Pipe size

Net
Gross
Liquid
Gas

246 x 830 x 830

[mm]

385 x 1,045 x 1,015
34

[ kg ]

45
6.35

[mm]

15.88

Pipe Connection Method
Operation Range

Cooling
Heating

9.52

Flare
18 to 30

[C]

16 to 30

- (04 - 21) -

INDOOR
UNIT

Model

4-3-7 CASSETTE TYPE
AU36

220-240V

Power

AU54
50Hz

[kW]

10.5

12.7

14.1

[BTU/h]

35,800

43,400

48,100

[kW]

10.7

13.7

15.8

[BTU/h]

36,500

46,800

53,900

Input

[W]

175

190

219

Current

[A]

0.92

0.94

0.95

Max Current

[A]

1.10

1.12

1.14

1,500

1,650

1,780

1,300

1,450

1,550

Low

1,100

1,200

1,300

High

580

620

680

500

550

580

420

470

500

Cooling capacity

Heating capacity

High
INDOOR
UNIT

AU45

Air Circulation

Fan Speed

Med

Med

[m 3/h]

[r.p.m.]

Low
Fan Motor Output

[W]
High

Noise Level
(Sound Pressure)

Med

[dB (A)]

Low

90
48

49

52

44

47

48.5

41

43

45

Fan Type x Q'ty

Turbo x 1

Heat Exchanger

Plate Fin Coil

Dimensions

Net

(H x W x D)

Gross

Weights

Pipe size

Net
Gross
Liquid
Gas

296 x 830 x 830

[mm]

435 x 1,045 x 1,015
40

[ kg ]

53
9.52

[mm]

19.05

Pipe Connection Method
Operation Range

Cooling
Heating

Flare
18 to 30

[C]

16 to 30

- (04 - 22) -

INDOOR
UNIT

Model

4-3-8 WALL MOUNTED TYPE
AS18

AS24
220-240V

Power
[kW]

Cooling capacity

[BTU/h]
[kW]

Heating capacity

50Hz

6.90

18,400

23,600

5.60

7.80

8.00
27,300
8.80

[BTU/h]

19,100

26,600

30,000

Input

[W]

38

50

60

Current

[A]

0.18

0.24

0.28

Max Current

[A]

0.22

0.29

0.34

840

950

1,050

700

800

940

Low

600

670

780

High

1,080

1,190

1,320

940

1,030

1,210

810

900

1,030

High
INDOOR
UNIT

5.40

AS30

Air Circulation

Fan Speed

Med

Med

[m 3/h]

[r.p.m.]

Low
Fan Motor Output

[W]
High

Noise Level
(Sound Pressure)

Med

[dB (A)]

Low

38
42

45

48

39

42

45

35

38

42

Fan Type x Q'ty

Cross Flow x 1

Heat Exchanger

Plate Fin Coil

Dimensions

Net

(H x W x D)

Gross

Weights

Pipe size

Net
Gross
Liquid
Gas

320 x 1,120 x 220

[mm]

348 x 1,240 x 427
16

[ kg ]

22
6.35

[mm]

15.88

Pipe Connection Method
Operation Range

Cooling
Heating

9.52

Flare
18 to 30

[C]

16 to 30

- (04 - 23) -

INDOOR
UNIT

Model

4-3-9 CEILING WALL TYPE

AW7

Power

220-240V

Cooling capacity

Heating capacity

INDOOR
UNIT

AW9

AW12

50Hz

[kW]

2.15

2.80

3.60

[BTU/h]

7,400

9,600

12,300

[kW]

2.45

3.10

4.10

[BTU/h]

8,400

10,600

14,000

Input

[W]

16

19

20

Current

[A]

0.08

0.09

0.10

Max Current

[A]

0.10

0.11

0.12

380

480

600

330

420

520

Low

290

390

470

High

1,090

1,310

950

980

1,180

860

900

1,100

800

High
Air Circulation

Fan Speed

Med

Med

[m 3/h]

[r.p.m.]

Low
Fan Motor Output

[W]
High

Noise Level
(Sound Pressure)

Med

[dB (A)]

Low

32
34

35

35

32

32

33

30

31

31

Fan Type x Q'ty

Cross Flow x 1

Heat Exchanger

Plate Fin Coil

Dimensions

Net

(H x W x D)

Gross

Weights

Pipe size

Net
Gross
Liquid
Gas

270 x 1,150 x 285

[mm]

400 x 1,260 x 380
16

[kg]

20
6.35

[mm]

9.52

Pipe Connection Method
Operation Range

Cooling
Heating

12.70
Flare
18 to 30

[C]

16 to 30

- (04 - 24) -

INDOOR
UNIT

Model

4-3-10 CEILING WALL TYPE

AW14

AW18

Power

220-240V

Cooling capacity

Heating capacity

INDOOR
UNIT

AW24

AW30

50Hz

[kW]

4.30

5.40

6.90

8.00

[BTU/h]

14,700

18,400

23,600

27,300

[kW]

4.90

5.60

7.80

8.80

[BTU/h]

16,700

19,100

26,600

30,000

Input

[W]

21

30

40

50

Current

[A]

0.10

0.14

0.19

0.24

Max Current

[A]

0.12

0.17

0.23

0.29

650

760

900

950

570

660

780

870

Low

490

560

650

780

High

1,000

1,150

1,300

1,380

910

1,030

1,160

1,280

820

930

1,020

1,180

High
Air Circulation

Fan Speed

Med

Med

[m 3/h]

[r.p.m.]

Low
Fan Motor Output

[W]
High

Noise Level
(Sound Pressure)

Med

[dB (A)]

Low

32
37

40

44

47

35

37

41

45

32

34

37

42

Fan Type x Q'ty

Cross Flow x 1

Heat Exchanger

Plate Fin Coil

Dimensions

Net

(H x W x D)

Gross

Weights

Pipe size

Net
Gross
Liquid
Gas

270 x 1,150 x 285

[mm]

400 x 1,260 x 380
16

[kg]
[mm]

20

12.70

Pipe Connection Method
Operation Range

Cooling
Heating

9.52

6.35

15.88
Flare
18 to 30

[C]

16 to 30

- (04 - 25) -

INDOOR
UNIT

Model

4-4. ELECTRIC CHARCTERISTICS
UNIVERSAL FLOOR/CEILING TYPE
Model Name
AB

12
14
18
24

Voltage Frequency
(V)
(Hz)
220-240

50

Input
(W)
57
57
88
88

Current
(A)
0.25
0.25
0.38
0.38

Max Crrent
(A) (MLC)
0.30
0.30
0.45
0.45

Input
(W)
124
144
160
180

Current
(A)
1.14
1.16
1.17
1.17

Max Crrent
(A) (MLC)
1.36
1.39
1.40
1.40

Input
(W)
40
43
34
50
62

Current
(A)
0.21
0.21
0.20
0.23
0.27

Max Crrent
(A) (MLC)
0.25
0.25
0.24
0.27
0.32

Input
(W)
155
240
265
315

Current
(A)
0.68
1.06
1.16
1.44

Max Crrent
(A) (MLC)
0.84
1.58
1.58
1.84

LARGE CEILING TYPE

INDOOR
UNIT

AB

30
36
45
54

Voltage Frequency
(V)
(Hz)
220-240

50

INDOOR
UNIT

Model Name

COMPACT DUCT TYPE
Model Name

AR

7
9
12
14
18

Voltage Frequency
(V)
(Hz)
220-240

50

DUCT TYPE
Model Name
AR

25
30
36
45

Voltage Frequency
(V)
(Hz)
220-240

50

HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE
Model Name
AR

36H
45H
60H

Voltage Frequency
(V)
(Hz)
220-240

50

Input
(W)
445
463
733

Current
(A)
2.35
2.35
3.58

Max Crrent
(A) (MLC)
3.02
3.02
4.81

Input
(W)
28
28
52
52
50

Current
(A)
0.13
0.13
0.23
0.23
0.22

Max Crrent
(A) (MLC)
0.15
0.15
0.27
0.27
0.26

COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE
Model Name

AU

7
9
12
14
18

Voltage Frequency
(V)
(Hz)
220-240

50

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64 0. AU14 1.60 0.10 9 19 0.12 Use 7.14 Input Current (W) (A) 38 0.19 0.67 0.95 1.94 1.45 .12 54 219 0.72 25 124 0.12 21 0.10 0. capacity + + + + In case of 1system:AB18 1. = (0.10 0.08 0.17 24 40 0.25 = 7.27) - 2) + + FUSE AMP.80 175 0.27 + 0. Is calculated by follwing method.77 + 0. AW14 2 + EX) 2.11 12 21 0.10 45 190 0.34 Input Current (W) (A) 7 16 0.28 0.58 + 0.23 30 50 0.(04 .14 0.22 50 0.CASSETTE TYPE Input Current (W) (A) 20 104 0. FUSE AMP.24 0.24 0.09 0.18 0.45 or more FUSE AMP.29 60 0.29 Model Name AU 30 36 Voltage Frequency (V) (Hz) 220-240 50 Max Crrent (MLC) (A) WALL MOUNTED TYPE 18 INDOOR UNIT AS 24 Voltage Frequency (V) (Hz) 220-240 50 30 Max Crrent (MLC) (A) INDOOR UNIT Model Name CEILING WALL TYPE 14 220-240 50 Max Crrent (MLC) (A) FUSE AMP.12 20 30 0.77 140 0.92 1. AU25 1.45 + 1. AR30 1. (MLC of Indoor unit A + MLC of Indoor unit B *) + AW Voltage Frequency (V) (Hz) + Model Name S S : Safety Factor According to country regulation .

4-5 DIMENSIONS 4-5-1 UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CELING TYPE MODELS : AB12.(04 . 29 L 700) 4 Knock out hole for drain piping 5 Knock out hole for refrigerant piping 6 Hole for lifting bolt (Use M10 screw bolt) 300 or more 990 Ceiling Left Indoor unit 500 245 Right Wall bracket Side of set 300 or more Ceiling 65 100 hole 530 150 or more 655 50 hole 65 45 1 125 100 hole 20 or more .28) - . AB14. 25 O.D. AB18.D. AB24 (Unit : mm) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 6 5 4 2 1 2 3 Left Right 300 or more 3 1 Refrigerant piping flare connection (Gas) 2 Refrigerant piping flare connection (Liquid) 3 Drain piping connection (Drain pipe : I.

D.D. AB45.4-5-2 LARGE CEILING TYPE MODELS : AB30. 22 O. 25. AB54 (Unit : mm) 6 1 4 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 5 2 3 Ceiling INDOOR UNIT Ceiling 80 or over Suspension bolt pitch 30 150 or over 1.29) - .6) 4 Knock out hole for fresh air 5 Knock out hole for refrigerant piping 6 Hole for lifting bolt (Use M10 screw bolt) .600 30 Dimensions (Space Required for Installation) 10 155 10 or over INDOOR UNIT (TOP VIEW) 300 Ceiling panel INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 80 or over Ceiling panel 150 or over 10 or over Suspension bolt should extend outward 30 to 75.(04 . AB36. 1 Refrigerant piping flare connection (Gas) 2 Refrigerant piping flare connection (Liquid) 3 Drain piping connection (Drain pipe : I.

4-5-3.(04 .35mm Ø 9. 26mm . AR9 (Unit : mm) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Rear view Side view Top view Front view Bottom view 2 Refrgerant pipe flare connection 3 Drain pipe connection 1 Liquid Gas Drain pipe .D. O.30) - AR7.5mm . COMPACT DUCT TYPE MODELS : AR7.D. AR9 Ø 6.52mm I. 21.

(04 .31) - 30mm or more .BIRD'S-EYE VIEW INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MAINTENANCE HOLE MOUNTING POSITION Left side Strong and durable ceiling Right side Indoor unit 100 mm or more Left side 300 mm or more Right side (PIPE side) Strong and durable floor 100 mm or more 30mm 300 mm or more or more .

70mm 2 Refrgerant pipe flare connection Liquid Gas 3 Drain pipe connection Drain pipe 1 . AR14 Ø 6.35mm Ø 12.32) - I. AR14. AR22 Ø 6.(04 .D.MODELS : AR12.5mm . 26mm . AR22 (Unit : mm) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Rear view Side view Top view Front view Bottom view AR12. AR18.D.88mm O. 21. AR18.35mm Ø 15.

33) - 30mm or more .(04 .BIRD'S-EYE VIEW 100 mm or more INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MAINTENANCE HOLE 300 mm or more MOUNTING POSITION 100 mm or more 300 mm or more 30mm or more .

88mm Liquid Gas Drain pipe Drain pipe with cap - AR30 Ø 9. 38.52mm Ø19. AR30. AR45 Ø 9.7mm . O.D.34) - AR36. DUCT TYPE MODELS: AR25. AR45 (Unit : mm) Front view INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Side view(L) Side view(R) Top view Rear view Bottom view 1 2 3 4 5 Refrgerant pipe flare connection Drain pipe connection Knock out hole for fresh air AR25 Ø 6.(04 .1mm - .D.4-5-4. AR36.52mm Ø15. 35.88mm I.35mm Ø15.05mm .

(04 .MAINTENANCE HOLE Reference B 500mm 300mm Unit: (mm) Service hole Control box metal Vertical dimension 500 mm from 50 mm below reference A Horizontal dimension 600 mm from 300 mm from the left from reference B INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 600mm 50mm Reference A MOUNTING POSITION 300mm or more 150mm or more WHEN USING A SQUARE DUCT .35) - .

HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE MODELS : AR36H.5) CONTROL BOX 295 1 Refrigerant piping flare connection (Gas) 2 Refrigerant piping flare connection (Liquid) 3 Drain piping connection (I.D. AR45H.4-5-5.063 . Unit 100 mm or more Control box .300 40 138 2 600 1 103 40 1. PIPE RECTANGULAR FLANGE DRAIN PORT ( 38.36) - 500 mm or more INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 1.250 38 395 295 45 483 800 710 134 3 1.(04 . AR60H (Unit : mm) BRACKET COUPLING PIPE ASSY AIR FLOW OUTLET AUX.D. 38) 359 1.063 SERVICE HOLE DIMENSIONS Service hole . Open a service hole with the dimension shown right. 36 O.

AU9 Ø 6. AU12.52mm AU12. . AU9.D. COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE 570 230 35 (Unit : mm) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 650 20 MODELS : AU7. AU14 Ø 6.35mm Ø 12.4-5-6.70mm I. AU14.88mm .D.(04 .35mm Ø 15. AU18 570 245 650 (Grille measurement) 650 (Hanging bolt position) 400 1 2 46 86 245 54 41 3 126 111 (Hanging bolt position) 606 40 600 (Ceiling opening measurement) 100 or more (4 directions) (3 directions) Piping position 100 or more 100 or more (2 directions) 2 Refrgerant pipe flare connection Liquid Gas 3 Drain pipe connection Drain pipe 1 (2 directions) 100 or more AU7. 37mm AU18 Ø 6. 32mm .35mm Ø 9.37) - O.

.D.35mm Ø 15.(04 .D.88mm I. AU30 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 750 940 30 245 (Unit : mm) 298 248 200 100 or more 100 or more (4 directions) (3 directions) Piping position 2 Refrgerant pipe flare connection Liquid Gas 3 Drain pipe connection Drain pipe 1 305 100 or more (2 directions) (2 directions) 100 or more AU20. 37mm 100 (Small pipe) 298 248 70 (Large pipe) 305 2 60 (Drain pipe) 1 3 100 (Small pipe) Drain inside Dia. ¿32 outside Dia. CASSETTE TYPE MODELS : AU20.88mm O. AU25.52mm Ø 15.4-5-7. ¿37 70 (Large pipe) 750 235 60 (Drain pipe) 940 . 32mm . AU25 Ø 6.38) - AU30 Ø 9.

05mm Gas I. AU54 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 750 940 30 296 (Unit : mm) 750 100 or more (4 directions) (3 directions) Piping position 100 or more (2 directions) (2 directions) 100 or more Liquid 2 Refrgerant pipe flare connection 3 Drain pipe connection Drain pipe 1 100 or more AU36.(04 .MODELS : AU36. AU45. 37mm 150 (Small pipe) 248 120 305 (Large pipe) 60 (Drain pipe) 298 250 150 (Small pipe) 248 2 120 305 1 (Large pipe) 298 285 60 (Drain pipe) 940 3 .52mm Ø 19. 32mm .39) - O.D. . AU45.D. AU54 Ø 9.

(04 .88mm L=670mm .4-5-8. 17mm .52mm Ø 15. WALL MOUNTED TYPE MODELS : AS18.88mm 2 Refrgerant pipe flare connection Liquid Gas 3 Drain pipe connection Drain pipe 1 I. AS24 Ø 6. AS30 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT (Unit : mm) AS18.D.35mm Ø 15. O.D.40) - AS30 Ø 9. 24mm . AS24.

AW24.(04 .D.4-5-9.150 600 2 690 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 1 600 690 2 3 Refrigerant piping flare connection (Gas) Refrigerant piping flare connection (Liquid) Drain piping connection (Drain pipe : I. AW14. AW9. AW18.41) - 270 1 . CEILING WALL TYPE MODELS : AW7. AW30 (Unit : mm) 285 270 1.D.12 x 18 holes for bolt . 28 L670) Wall hook bracket 2-11 x 43 holes 575 470 575 264 155 55 145 292 470 65 30 60 85 55 55 145 Piping inlet 37 . AW12. 14 O.6 holes for tapping screw 212 252 Piping inlet 436 434 5 .

WIRING DIAGRAMS 4-6-1.42) - .(04 .4-6. UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AB12. AB18. AB14. AB24 .

(04 . AB36. LARGE CEILING TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AB30.4-6-2.43) - . AB54 . AB45.

AR14. AR9.(04 .44) - . COMPACT DUCT TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AR7. AR18 . AR12.4-6-3.

(04 .45) - . DUCT TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AR25 .4-6-4.

AR45 . AR36.(04 .INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AR30.46) - .

HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AR36H. AR45H. AR60H .47) - .(04 .4-6-5.

48) - . AU18 .(04 . AU12.4-6-6. COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AU7. AU14. AU9.

CASSETTE TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AU20.(04 . AU25.4-6-7.49) - . AU30 .

INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AU36.(04 . AU54 .50) - . AU45.

AS30 . WALL MOUNTED TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AS18.4-6-8.(04 . AS24.51) - .

4-6-9.52) - .(04 . AW24. AW30 . AW18. AW12. AW9. AW14. CEILING WALL TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODELS : AW7.

52 (0.70 (0.35 (0.52 (0.E.8) 30 15.8) 36.88 (1.0) 6. 45.05 (1.53) - . 60 19. 54.V.35 (0.8) 12. PIPING DIAGRAM INDOOR UNIT THOA THIA :Indoor room temp. 24.8) 6.88 (1.0) 9.0) 9.E.:Electronic expansion valve FAN Strainer THIA INDOOR UNIT LIQUID PIPE INDOOR UNIT GAS PIPE REFRIGERATION PIPE DIAMETER MODEL CODE GAS PIPE Size (Thickness) LIQUID PIPE Size (Thickness) 9.8) 6.35 (0. M E. 14 12.(04 . 9 .8) 18. 25 15.V.4-7. 20. thermistor Strainer THHM THOA :Outlet air thermistor THHM :Heat exchanger middle thermistor E.8) 7.52 (0.

76 5.12 2.05 3.92 4.05 3.42 3.40 6.70 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 6.90 3.60 8.88 2.24 3.65 2.42 6.50 2.71 5.61 3.41 3.52 4.73 5.55 3.16 81 5.84 2.41 3.42 6.48 5.90 3.96 4.45 7.69 4.05 2.60 7.99 4.34 2.88 2.92 4.29 3.34 2.42 3.48 4.21 3.68 1.29 3.00 3.92 4.81 2.49 2.42 3.48 5.60 4.80 6.99 4.99 4.15 4.74 3.48 4.71 5.76 4.69 4.49 MODEL : AB24 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 20 CDB/15 CWB 23 CDB/16 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB 73 FDB/61 FWB ( FDB) TC SHC TC SHC 50 5.34 2.88 2.92 4.48 5.80 6.49 4.96 4.99 4.88 2.61 3.69 4.61 3.80 6.99 4.99 3.30 3.81 2.44 3.05 3.76 4.76 2.86 6.24 3.29 2.68 1.99 4.90 3.48 6.80 6.71 2.36 3.36 3.99 3.59 2.48 6.05 2.92 4.99 4.76 5.15 4.41 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 3.46 4.92 4.68 1.76 2.99 4.98 4.16 68 5.99 3.49 4.04 5.04 4.54 7.69 4.92 4.48 6.49 4.69 4.48 6.04 5.29 2.18 4.76 2.00 3.21 4.05 3.66 2.00 3.42 3.48 6.99 3.55 3.40 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 6.12 2.92 4.99 4.99 4.36 3.90 3.55 3.74 3.05 2.53 7.81 2.71 2.29 2.29 2.42 3.05 2.76 5.05 3.81 2.28 2.29 2.71 2.12 2.48 6.05 2.45 3.29 2.63 5.15 2.87 4.28 2.86 6.88 2.90 2.92 4.76 2.76 2.92 4.21 4.61 3.15 4.12 3.45 3.29 3.32 4.76 5.85 6.99 4.10 2.48 6.92 4.44 4.36 3.38 3.93 4.29 2.69 4.10 2.90 2.42 6.24 2.60 4.05 3.49 4.41 3.89 2.65 5.53 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 6.44 4.48 6.(04 .05 2.68 1.33 3.90 3.12 2.96 4.88 2.29 2.71 2.15 4.69 4.36 3.04 5.99 4.53 7.18 2.99 3.88 2.90 2.36 2.48 4.25 6.49 4.80 6.54 3.05 2.32 2.68 2.77 2.23 INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 3.61 3.41 3.76 4.99 3.21 4.30 3.16 125 5.68 1.90 3.10 2.73 4.05 2.44 4.76 5.34 2.92 4.32 3.56 5.29 3.12 2.90 3.29 2.93 4.71 5.49 4.90 3.15 4.42 6.88 2.99 3.05 2.05 2.42 6.99 4.42 3.80 6.69 4.88 4.34 2.24 3.04 5.44 4.00 3.42 6.81 2.34 2.36 3.90 2.05 3.49 4.16 86 5.50 2.40 6.60 4.74 3.05 2.41 3.42 3.44 2.42 6.55 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 6.30 3.74 3.43 3.29 2.28 2.76 4.92 4.05 2.53 7.99 4.50 2.05 2.16 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW .90 2.61 3.30 3.92 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 4.12 2.76 4.24 3.42 6.52 4.80 6.92 4.61 3.29 3.99 4.48 5.74 3.11 3. UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE MODEL : AB12 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 2.40 6.40 6.74 3.60 4.53 7.16 113 5.21 4.36 3.76 4.16 77 5.10 2.24 3.10 2.80 6.71 2.05 2.61 4.81 2.41 3.53 3.29 2.42 3.49 4.35 6.21 4.32 2.76 2.45 3.42 3.55 3.29 2.90 2.42 6.61 3.76 5.71 2.29 2.23 2.69 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 5.53 7.28 2.48 4.99 4.29 3.10 2.29 3.42 6.90 2.33 6.32 2.15 4.96 4.53 7.68 1.42 3.50 2.42 6.28 2.40 6.92 4.34 4.05 3.45 3.50 2.60 4.52 4.99 4.45 3.71 5.29 2.45 3.92 4.85 4.88 2.90 3.40 6.42 3.28 2.30 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 4.50 2.32 2.99 3.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8.60 8.21 4.34 2.28 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 3.48 4.21 4.60 4.34 2.76 4.05 2.92 4.71 5.41 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 4.05 2.10 2.21 4.99 3.30 3.81 2.71 2.59 7.69 4.42 3.61 3.24 2.44 4.50 2.71 5.89 4.05 3.99 4.76 2.41 3.60 4.76 5.10 2.60 4.71 5.44 4.05 3.48 6.12 2.61 3.48 6.21 4.68 1.29 2.21 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 8.92 4.28 2.60 4.16 104 5.86 6.60 4.44 4.36 3.90 2.31 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 3.40 6.74 2.05 3.28 2.71 2.81 2.47 4.32 2.36 3.48 5.28 2.44 7.34 2.16 99 5.05 2.41 3.81 2.99 3.90 2.40 6.10 2.91 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 4.90 2.92 4.48 5.96 4.50 2.45 3.92 4.60 8.21 4.05 2.43 3.48 5.99 3.51 7.48 4.21 3.88 3.29 2.74 3.00 3.74 3.29 2.53 7.48 5.49 4.41 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 7.50 2.79 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 4.52 4.86 6.48 5.44 4.96 4.96 4.60 8.28 2.04 2.76 5.90 2.36 3.43 7.29 2.81 2.48 5.74 MODEL : AB18 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 4.42 3.74 3.10 2.16 91 5.81 2.21 4.42 6.41 3.81 2.60 4.05 2.10 2.05 2.30 3.71 5.45 3.05 3.05 2.90 4.71 5.29 3.76 5.99 4.67 2.30 3.45 3.44 4.29 2.76 5.81 2.76 4.29 3.48 4.44 4.52 4.52 4.29 2.86 6.68 1.29 2.69 4.29 2.10 2.29 2.88 2.88 2.71 2.79 6.12 2.99 4.76 3.05 3.34 2.76 4.48 4.04 2.60 8.54) - INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AB14 Outdoor Temperature .29 3.29 3.69 4.90 2.45 3.49 4.52 4.05 2.58 2.29 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 3.49 4.05 2.36 3.78 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 5. CAPACITY TABLE COOLING 4-8-1.29 3.32 2.92 4.16 95 5.15 4.60 4.30 3.61 3.90 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 4.45 3.49 4.74 3.00 3.92 4.80 6.88 2.48 4.81 6.99 4.53 7.40 2.90 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 2.68 1.12 2.42 6.05 2.04 5.74 3.48 5.90 3.92 4.55 3.10 2.92 4.68 1.10 2.48 5.28 2.34 2.73 5.74 3.24 3.71 2.96 4.40 6.76 2.88 2.28 2.30 3.36 3.71 5.86 6.30 3.40 6.00 3.68 1.86 6.48 6.44 4.69 4.50 2.71 5.44 4.71 2.42 3.21 4.32 2.49 4.51 4.68 1.34 2.24 3.88 2.90 3.03 4.60 8.44 4.40 6.37 3.29 2.98 2.24 3.21 4.99 3.05 2.41 3.96 4.99 4.48 4.09 3.30 3.50 2.91 3.96 2.55 3.70 5.84 3.68 1.78 4.71 5.30 3.42 3.92 4.16 59 5.40 6.41 3.55 3.24 3.41 3.96 4.62 4.50 2.90 3.76 5.99 3.34 2.96 4.53 7.16 73 5.81 2.90 3.36 3.04 5.48 5.99 3.71 5.

1 16.22 8.22 8.80 6.28 6.9 9.89 13.41 10.96 14.1 7.6 9.4 6.6 10.25 9.37 10.1 16.4 7.28 6.4 8.33 8.4 7.89 13.22 8.99 9.6 10.37 10.99 9.55) - INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AB36 Outdoor Temperature .99 9.25 9.6 9.03 8.00 8.3 9.03 6.9 9.5 6.87 12.5 8.6 9.0 7.0 14.4 8.37 10.64 14.5 8.88 7.1 7.96 14.85 12.1 15.1 16.21 8.99 14.02 5.13 14.25 5.91 6.28 6.37 10.67 11.85 12.88 7.87 11.80 6.25 5.9 6.85 12.76 6.99 14.1 8.33 8.96 13.32 6.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-2.89 13.56 13.9 9.63 9.62 13.5 8.6 9.87 11.9 8.9 9.0 8.80 14.86 12.9 8.32 6.8 7.65 7.3 9.67 11.99 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 10.5 7.3 9.70 11.37 10.96 13.03 8.4 6.4 17.4 8.7 8.87 12.3 16.41 10.03 6.22 8.6 9.5 7.9 9.67 11.57 6.9 8.1 10.80 6.4 8.5 8.03 6.86 12.6 10.22 8.1 10.1 10.5 7.87 11.88 7.1 7.0 14.71 6.41 10.88 7.4 6.22 8.80 6.99 14.32 6.3 9.63 9.7 7.9 9.0 14.7 8.91 6.1 7.89 13.86 12.26 15.03 8.87 11.33 8.18 6.88 7.21 8.96 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 14.1 10.03 6.1 7.6 10.7 8.77 10.96 13.65 7.1 7.6 9.71 6.3 7.3 9.89 13.0 7.65 7.4 8.41 10.23 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 10.91 15.0 8.3 9.67 11.5 8.63 9.63 9.6 8.23 15.32 6.4 17.87 11.25 9.71 6.1 10.0 8.9 9.71 6.25 15.6 10.5 7.8 7.77 10.03 6.63 9.99 9.89 13.85 12.85 11.84 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 16.88 7.28 6.9 9.96 14.73 4.53 11.03 8.26 15.3 9.85 12.28 6.87 11.5 8.99 14.65 7.9 8.88 7.7 8.67 11.63 9.96 12.25 9.51 10.73 4.77 10.7 8.82 12.88 7.87 12.87 11.1 10.10 15.32 6.8 7.9 6.96 14.22 8.1 16.77 10.4 6.0 14.4 7.25 9.93 14.96 14.73 4.42 77 10.87 11.8 7.65 7.9 9.1 10.4 7.28 6.3 8.98 13.71 6.21 8.42 99 10.4 8.4 6.65 7.98 13.98 13.88 7.86 12.4 8.33 8.8 7.99 9.5 7.71 6.1 7.99 9.28 6.0 14.98 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 9.22 8.91 6.21 8.7 8.51 10.80 6.25 5.74 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 14.91 6.89 13.7 9.43 INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 8.71 6.33 8.42 91 10.4 8.1 7.33 8.7 9.63 9.26 15.65 7.98 12.88 7.42 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW .4 6.9 9.99 9.42 104 10.(04 .87 11.0 8.7 9.21 8.21 MODEL : AB45 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 9.73 4.8 7.88 7.98 13.85 12.1 16.9 8.65 6.6 9.0 8.1 6.41 10.8 9.91 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 7.03 6.0 8.32 6.1 10.99 9.4 17.49 10.71 6.4 8.4 8.1 7.9 6.96 13.0 7.85 12.14 9.85 12.28 6.3 6.4 9.91 6.9 6.28 6.37 10.21 8.25 9.67 11.63 9.1 16.28 6.51 10.87 12.4 17.0 7.5 8.88 7.28 6.7 9.4 8.41 10.26 15.88 7.5 7.89 13.93 14.42 68 10.7 9.03 6.03 6.88 7.21 8.87 12.9 8.25 9.91 6.8 8.38 10.9 6.50 10.67 11.73 4.4 6.62 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 10.80 6.88 7.21 8.98 13.3 9.88 7.37 10.88 7.87 12.96 13.4 6.37 10.1 10.1 10.25 5.85 12.4 16.89 13.3 9.33 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 12.96 14.7 8.96 13.25 5.85 12.67 11.75 12.33 8.3 8.3 9.1 7.87 11.85 12.5 8.87 12.0 14.7 6.6 9.5 7.32 6.9 8.85 13.03 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 8.03 6.73 4.2 9.8 7.67 11.94 6.25 9.88 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 8.88 7.84 14.3 7.03 8.98 13.5 8.4 7.0 7.67 11.25 9.03 8.1 10.51 10.8 7.65 7.8 7.0 14.25 9.71 6.0 9.41 10.0 14.87 12.73 4.29 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 13.63 9.65 7.5 7.42 125 10.8 7.64 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 12.5 7.22 8.96 13.71 6.26 15.96 13.0 8.87 11.9 6.0 14.91 6.25 5.96 13.25 5.80 6.2 8.7 8.42 59 10.1 10.5 8.25 5.0 7.86 12.80 6.37 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 13.41 10.6 9.96 14.3 9.9 8.03 8.22 8.86 15.73 4.3 9.71 6.8 7.29 9.86 12.42 81 10.0 8.9 7.80 6.21 5.80 6.75 13.5 7.9 9.03 8.5 10.0 14.73 4.0 8.8 7.87 12.41 10.0 8.6 9.6 9.7 9.22 8.87 11.7 8.99 14.74 13.2 6.91 6.25 5.0 7.89 13.6 10.25 5.4 8.21 8.96 14.9 8.87 12.7 8.6 9.7 9.73 4.63 8.89 13.7 8.21 8.9 9.67 11.1 10.80 6.1 16.28 9.1 7.4 6.21 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 8.6 9.67 11.63 9.87 12.1 10.95 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 10.1 16.51 10.65 10.91 6.5 8.77 10.42 86 10.96 13.42 113 10.73 4.5 8.99 14.88 7.0 7.4 7.6 9.71 11.88 7.4 17.20 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 15.03 6.77 10.0 14.77 10.25 9.99 14.25 5.80 6.9 8.32 6.28 6.1 10.91 6.25 5.32 6.63 9.25 5.28 6.86 12.42 95 10.1 10.99 9.25 9.71 6.96 13.5 9.88 7.99 9.7 8.1 10.1 7.42 73 10.99 14.87 11.8 10.03 8.8 7.32 6.54 12.3 9.45 6.89 13.03 8.32 6.21 8.88 7.11 9.6 10.5 8.99 9.3 9.51 10.1 7.37 10.65 7.3 10.9 9.0 8.0 8.4 7.99 14.88 7.33 8.0 8.1 7.5 9.65 7.91 6.9 6.21 8.4 7.1 10.5 8.7 8.1 10.03 6.4 17.03 6.96 13.5 7.26 15.88 7.37 10.86 12.40 10.3 16.88 7.4 7.33 8.99 9.37 10. LARGE CEILING TYPE MODEL : AB30 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 6.50 10.24 8.03 8.73 4.22 8.5 7.65 7.33 8.77 10.84 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 12.77 10.73 4.4 7.0 14.3 9.7 9.36 10.65 7.1 16.37 MODEL : AB54 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 20 CDB/15 CWB 23 CDB/16 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB 73 FDB/61 FWB ( FDB) TC SHC TC SHC 50 10.6 10.87 12.7 7.8 7.37 10.6 10.33 8.99 14.0 7.77 10.25 9.1 10.4 17.77 10.5 7.71 6.85 12.67 11.23 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 17.99 14.91 6.03 8.03 6.

95 2. 80 2. 06 2. 88 2. 70 2. 77 1. 10 2. 53 1. 66 2. 49 3. 95 2. 63 2. 53 1. 34 2. 07 3. 71 2. 69 1. 29 2. 31 1. 12 2. 63 2. 31 1. 29 2. 34 2. 44 3. 63 2. 12 3. 29 2. 12 3. 64 1. 63 2. 29 2. 28 1. 34 2. 59 4. 28 1. 53 1. 29 2. 64 2. 72 2. 48 3. 95 2. 66 2. 80 2. 14 1. 51 4. 46 2. 64 2. 64 1. 63 2. 96 2. 71 2. 15 1. 49 3. 88 2. 88 2. 77 1. 65 2. 49 3.(04 . 47 3. 16 3. 48 3. 14 1. 28 1. 32 2. 30 1. 77 1. 28 1. 12 3. 12 2. 50 2. 15 1. 06 2. 50 2. 32 2. 47 3. 34 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW . 96 2. 07 1. 64 2. 29 2. 48 3. 29 2. 63 2. 65 2. 34 1. 10 2. 80 2. 46 2. 63 2. 44 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 4. 14 1. 34 2. 95 2. 47 3. 12 3. 08 3. 32 2. 30 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 1. 34 2. 95 2. 16 3. 48 3. 14 1. 44 3. 02 1. 64 2. 02 1. 72 2. 28 1. 25 1. 95 2. 10 2. 72 2. 77 1. 67 2. 12 3. 28 2. 88 2. 72 2. 18 2. 48 3. 68 2. 54 4. 56 1. 98 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 3. 50 2. 12 2. 95 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 2. 64 1. 63 2. 64 1. 96 2. 47 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 3. 30 1. 29 2. 15 1. 47 3. 88 2. 11 2. 68 1. 46 2. 47 3. 53 1. 68 2. 88 2. 49 3. 80 2. 71 2. 20 1. 02 1. 95 2. 56 1. 32 2. 70 2. 13 3. 64 2. 95 2. 53 1. 31 1. 99 2. 70 2. 66 1. 68 2. 64 2. 07 2. 96 2. 59 4. 10 2. 30 1. 64 1. 71 2. 53 1. 56 1.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-3. 31 1. 23 2. 88 2. 70 2. 58 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 2. 68 1. 14 1. 49 4. 95 2. 70 2. 30 1. 56 1. 56 1. 30 1. 72 2. 66 1. COMPACT DUCT TYPE (1/2) MODEL : AR7 INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 1. 10 2. 66 1. 48 1. 63 MODEL : AR12 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 2. 77 1. 68 1. 51 4. 75 2. 66 2. 70 2. 71 2. 95 2. 49 3. 31 1. 30 1. 03 2. 34 2. 66 2. 06 2. 93 1. 95 2. 47 3. 68 2. 65 2. 70 2. 95 2. 80 2. 39 3. 04 2. 28 1. 34 2. 47 3. 77 1. 96 2. 66 2. 64 2. 06 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 2. 02 1. 66 2. 59 2. 14 1. 72 2. 07 2. 68 1. 48 3. 29 2. 64 1. 96 2. 16 3. 53 1. 29 2. 64 1. 15 1. 56 1. 59 4. 66 2. 96 2. 50 2. 12 3. 34 2. 15 1. 51 4. 51 4. 29 2. 63 2. 47 3. 29 2. 14 1. 39 1. 64 1. 15 1. 11 3. 45 3. 50 2. 29 2. 10 2. 07 2. 10 2. 30 1. 58 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 2. 09 3. 15 1. 14 1. 63 2. 48 1. 68 2. 30 2. 71 2. 97 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 3. 46 2. 48 3. 43 1. 64 1. 68 1. 12 2. 12 3. 95 2. 66 2. 02 1. 31 1. 65 2. 15 3. 63 2. 48 3. 29 2. 77 1. 68 1. 71 2. 50 2. 59 4. 66 2. 68 1. 11 1. 10 2. 07 2. 06 2. 64 2. 15 1. 64 2. 66 1. 50 2. 66 1. 68 2. 06 2. 72 2. 07 2. 72 2. 60 1. 68 2. 95 2. 44 2. 12 3. 95 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 2. 88 2. 06 2. 80 2. 56 1. 88 2. 55 4. 31 1. 80 2. 31 1. 65 2. 48 3. 77 1. 30 1. 64 1. 49 3. 65 2. 31 1. 56 1. 02 1. 15 1. 06 2. 29 2. 64 1. 68 1. 29 2. 39 3. 02 1. 66 1. 14 1. 16 2. 56 1. 80 2. 77 1. 30 1. 31 1. 77 1. 16 3. 88 2. 68 2. 63 2. 12 2. 70 2. 49 3. 49 3. 46 1. 59 4. 15 1. 59 4. 04 2. 49 3. 51 4. 65 2. 71 2. 46 2. 62 2. 68 2. 07 2. 65 2. 95 2. 64 1. 53 1. 63 2. 80 2. 16 3. 81 2. 66 2. 64 2. 02 1. 51 4. 68 2. 65 2. 87 1. 95 2. 95 2. 65 2. 14 1. 68 1. 68 1. 31 1. 57 1. 51 4. 65 2.56) - . 10 2. 50 2. 68 1. 32 2. 10 2. 88 2. 02 1. 88 2. 32 2. 65 2. 66 2. 32 2. 52 1. 80 2. 96 2. 30 1. 28 1. 02 1. 64 2. 14 1. 24 2. 12 2. 64 2. 02 1. 95 2. 16 3. 59 4. 96 2. 12 2. 31 1. 49 3. 71 2. 66 2. 56 1. 68 2. 29 2. 77 1. 10 2. 68 1. 16 3. 58 4. 07 2. 50 3. 46 3. 07 2. 34 2. 65 2. 77 1. 92 2. 48 3. 69 2. 96 2. 88 2. 15 1. 06 2. 47 3. 70 2. 88 2. 71 2. 51 4. 95 2. 28 1. 95 2. 39 2. 30 1. 23 2. 46 2. 29 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 4. 50 2. 50 2. 07 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 3. 71 2. 48 3. 04 2. 06 2. 66 1. 65 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 2. 24 1. 34 2. 29 2. 49 3. 02 1. 28 1. 29 2. 07 2. 12 2. 10 2. 04 2. 77 1. 66 2. 34 2. 80 2. 29 2. 50 2. 66 2. 14 1. 95 2. 95 2. 12 3. 96 2. 56 1. 30 1. 06 2. 06 2. 29 2. 65 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 2. 34 INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature MODEL : AR9 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 2. 34 2. 02 1. 96 2. 28 1. 28 1. 49 3. 15 1. 50 2. 64 1. 47 3. 34 2. 95 2. 68 1. 07 2. 14 1. 07 2. 12 2. 56 1. 66 2. 95 2. 59 2. 65 2. 70 2. 07 2. 53 1. 31 1. 06 2. 47 3. 80 2. 36 2. 56 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 2. 63 2. 07 2. 47 3.

05 3.42 3.09 3.24 3.08 4.06 3.85 4.90 6.86 5.08 4.03 6.06 3.07 4.80 5.03 6.11 4.42 3.61 3.36 3.24 3.30 3.86 5.71 3.55 4.06 3.08 4.76 3.30 3.81 5.96 3.07 4.21 4.64 INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature .64 4.86 5.64 4.21 3.55 4.06 2.04 4.85 4.76 3.08 4.90 3.02 6.06 2.44 3.61 3.24 3.87 5.69 3.30 3.21 3.30 3.07 4.06 3.87 5.55 4.90 3.21 4.07 4.86 5.99 3.03 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 4.00 3.88 3.53 3.90 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 3.06 3.12 3.24 3.04 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 4.57) - 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 6.11 4.94 3.33 3.90 6.99 3.30 3.71 3.93 3. COMPACT DUCT TYPE (2/2) MODEL : AR14 INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 3.64 4.99 3.09 4.61 3.08 4.08 4.94 3.29 2.24 3.94 3.64 4.36 3.88 6.24 3.97 4.42 3.00 3.00 3.11 4.85 4.42 3.64 4.03 6.08 4.76 3.64 4.76 3.07 4.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-3.08 4.05 3.04 4.76 3.10 2.90 3.29 2.85 4.55 4.36 3.76 3.00 3.(04 .87 5.06 3.76 3.03 3.24 3.71 3.86 5.30 3.03 4.11 4.36 3.29 2.16 4.90 3.21 4.86 5.08 4.30 3.11 3.90 3.90 6.04 4.24 3.52 3.61 3.06 2.76 3.29 2.76 3.99 3.55 4.90 3.61 3.36 3.05 3.24 3.85 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 5.87 5.00 3.42 3.09 4.99 3.06 3.06 2.42 3.05 3.06 2.24 3.06 2.71 3.04 4.87 5.72 5.17 3.64 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 4.90 3.90 3.64 4.99 3.87 5.21 4.24 3.87 5.30 3.57 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 6.36 3.84 2.00 3.87 5.06 2.24 3.99 3.07 4.99 3.03 6.99 3.11 4.64 4.42 3.03 6.36 3.11 4.42 4.64 4.85 4.24 3.90 3.21 4.85 4.06 3.03 4.89 5.08 4.04 4.61 3.05 3.90 6.86 5.94 3.81 5.05 3.86 5.04 4.87 5.30 3.04 4.86 5.05 3.62 3.87 5.99 3.04 4.71 3.90 3.90 6.36 3.64 4.24 3.36 3.61 3.07 4.06 2.90 3.21 4.04 4.05 3.07 4.71 3.06 2.36 3.08 4.00 3.90 6.64 4.80 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW .85 4.85 4.43 3.73 5.00 3.71 3.90 3.42 3.07 4.29 2.71 3.05 3.90 6.29 2.42 3.05 3.24 3.87 5.42 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 3.78 3.07 4.97 6.06 3.05 3.24 3.04 4.64 4.29 2.84 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 4.85 4.11 4.30 3.61 3.06 2.24 3.85 4.55 4.86 5.90 6.99 3.00 3.29 2.04 4.03 6.05 3.11 4.85 4.07 4.06 3.06 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 4.30 3.36 3.29 2.00 3.06 3.00 3.76 3.05 3.86 5.20 4.84 3.76 3.06 2.29 2.94 3.42 3.76 3.94 3.94 3.36 3.76 3.36 3.61 3.71 3.06 3.85 4.00 3.06 2.03 6.06 2.29 2.76 3.61 3.87 5.08 4.15 4.42 3.61 3.18 2.29 2.55 4.21 4.54 3.05 4.24 3.24 3.24 3.90 MODEL : AR18 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 4.61 3.29 2.35 2.83 5.99 3.04 4.99 3.42 3.99 3.96 6.30 3.

5 8. 9 7. 55 12. 09 9. 46 5. 4 9. 22 8. 65 13. 3 8. 35 11. 81 4. 4 6. 93 5. 92 8. 0 8. 39 4. 88 7. 22 8. 28 6. 24 8. 57 6. 73 4. 73 4. 81 4. 09 9. 39 15. 4 9. 30 10. 97 12. 05 5. 81 4. 25 5. 18 6. 4 7. 91 5. 19 6. 41 10. 28 6. 86 13. 65 6. 7 9. 9 8. 7 9. 71 5. 34 10. 25 5. 1 7. 22 7. 0 8. 5 7. 80 6. 4 7. 22 8. 64 5. 28 6. 34 10. 1 7. 71 7. 5 7. 35 11. 38 11. 09 9. 22 8. 64 5. 09 14. 1 7. 29 5. 91 5. 88 7. 25 9. 31 9. 39 4. 24 8. 4 9. 88 7. 39 15. 03 5. 23 15. 49 10. 41 12. 88 7. 05 5. 25 9. 97 12. 25 5. 71 7. 88 7. 02 13. 91 6. 29 5. 19 6. 21 7. 22 7. 73 4. 50 10. 71 7. 06 10. 8 6. 10 5. 7 9. 28 11. 0 8. 1 7. 09 9. 24 8. 39 4. 0 8. 21 7. 25 5. 10 5. 03 5. 02 13. 25 9. 78 8. 9 8. 92 8. 38 12. 65 6. 14 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 10. 51 10. 1 7. 71 5. 80 6. 31 9. 64 5. 64 5. 34 10. 39 15. 22 11. 71 7. 46 5. 5 8. 10 5. 31 9. 39 4. 91 6. 28 6. 24 8. 34 10. 02 13. 28 6. 32 6. 21 7. 78 8. 25 5. 00 12. 4 6. 4 6. 81 4. 5 7. 09 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 10. 9 8. 7 9. 19 6. 81 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 8. 1 7. 4 8. 78 8. 30 10. 88 7. 49 10. 64 5. 39 4. 51 10. 08 10. 32 6. 88 7. 01 6. 65 6. 73 4. 49 10. 88 7. 05 5. 81 4. 09 14. 9 6. 28 6. 35 11. 73 4. 39 15. 32 6. 02 13. 22 8. 0 8. 29 5. 22 7. 16 7. 4 7. 03 5. 46 5. 8 8. 25 5. 80 6. 0 8. 9 8. 5 7. 71 7. 81 4. 80 6. 31 9. 0 6. 23 10. 5 7. 93 14. 64 5. 41 12. 09 9. 77 5. 7 7. 9 6. 97 11. 43 8. 97 12. 31 5. 26 14. 29 5. 67 5. 19 6. 76 6. 26 8. 21 7. 2 9. 73 4. 19 6. 24 8. 00 12. 39 4. 92 8. 22 7. 00 12. 65 13. 4 9. 02 13. 49 10. 39 4. 32 6. 4 9. 00 12. 26 8. 10 5. 7 9. 22 7. 73 4. 24 7. 7 9. 65 6. 06 14. 65 6. 5 8. 7 8. 39 15. 13 7. 25 5. 91 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 6. 35 11. 00 12. 31 9. 78 8. 05 5. 49 10. 24 11. 88 7. 22 7. 3 6. 30 10. 30 10. 91 6. 34 10. 21 5. 5 8. 0 7. 09 14. 42 5. 80 6. 41 12. 15 8. 32 6. 80 6. 9 6. 26 8. 91 6. 31 9. 49 10. 26 8. 19 6. 5 7. 41 12. 02 13. 65 13. 22 7. 88 7. 25 5. 21 7. 34 8. 5 7. 4 6. 35 11. 92 8. 10 5. 78 8. 1 7. 45 6. 81 4. 43 8. 97 12. 0 8. 92 8. 03 5. 1 7. 35 11. 0 8. 9 6. 22 8. 22 8. 7 9. 53 12. 49 10. 71 7. 80 6. 64 5. 49 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW . 88 7. 64 5. 4 7. 24 8. 88 13. 41 12. 81 4. 25 5. 49 10. 03 5. 29 5. 5 8. 31 9. 49 10. 6 9. 4 9. 10 5. 1 7. 3 8. 09 9. 4 9. 71 5. 65 6. 5 8.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-4. 22 8. 88 7. 35 11. 65 6. 36 15. 32 6. 71 5. 29 5. 25 9. 29 5. 49 10. 09 14. 30 10. 32 6. 88 7. 09 9. 7 9. 22 7. 03 5. 39 15. 41 12. 28 6. 1 7. 64 5. 19 9. 1 7. 2 8. 40 10. 88 7. 81 4. 19 6. 13 5. 24 8. 21 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 8. 78 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 13. 91 6. 24 8. 05 5. 34 10. 14 9. 00 8. 25 9. 91 5. 97 12. 21 7. 5 8. 91 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 7. 88 7. 97 12. 24 8. 35 11. 71 5. 71 5. 88 7.58) - INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AR30 Outdoor Temperature . 26 8. 92 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 12. 32 6. 05 5. 41 8. 91 6. 63 12. 03 5. 19 6. 1 7. 36 8. 71 7. 21 7. 24 8. 65 6. 02 13. 66 12. 65 6. 81 4. 09 9. 22 7. 25 9. 64 5. 39 4. 65 6. 0 7. 91 5. 64 5. 31 9. 02 13. 88 7. 4 9. 31 9. 5 7. 1 7. 0 7. 91 5. 46 5. 9 9. 26 8. 39 4. 71 7. 09 14. 21 7. 28 6. 76 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 10. 91 5. 81 4. 00 12. 78 8. 9 8. 34 10. 78 8. 43 8. 25 9. 65 13. 00 12. 73 4. 13 6. 46 5. 4 9. 35 11. 22 8. 05 5. 09 9. 92 MODEL : AR45 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 9. 05 5. 7 7. 43 8.(04 . DUCT TYPE MODEL : AR25 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 5. 92 8. 35 11. 9 8. 31 9. 05 5. 97 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 12. 19 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 7. 81 4. 09 14. 7 9. 39 4. 21 7. 63 5. 03 5. 4 6. 92 8. 39 4. 91 6. 4 6. 87 12. 46 5. 91 5. 88 7. 31 9. 7 9. 10 5. 10 5. 7 9. 91 6. 9 8. 73 4. 73 4. 24 8. 92 8. 22 8. 43 8. 09 9. 5 8. 91 5. 46 5. 91 5. 65 6. 28 6. 80 6. 91 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 8. 24 8. 5 8. 22 8. 80 6. 0 7. 0 7. 91 6. 88 7. 03 5. 46 5. 41 12. 49 10. 65 6. 28 6. 22 8. 82 5. 71 7. 28 6. 65 6. 97 12. 00 12. 92 8. 78 8. 5 8. 97 12. 80 6. 32 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 15. 22 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 12. 1 8. 31 9. 22 7. 0 8. 27 10. 4 7. 10 5. 41 12. 0 9. 4 6. 9 8. 25 5. 92 8. 39 4. 15 9. 25 9. 46 5. 91 5. 02 13. 46 5. 0 8. 81 4. 97 5. 4 7. 5 7. 92 8. 68 13. 28 6. 09 14. 00 12. 49 10. 51 10. 7 9. 9 9. 21 7. 25 5. 78 8. 64 5. 26 8. 4 9. 35 11. 4 7. 25 5. 5 7. 88 7. 22 7. 88 MODEL : AR36 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 8. 00 12. 02 13. 0 7. 91 6. 78 8. 13 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 8. 39 4. 10 5. 05 5. 19 6. 92 8. 34 10. 32 6. 88 7. 00 12. 91 6. 03 5. 91 5. 49 INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 6. 35 11. 05 5. 5 7. 14 5. 10 5. 29 5. 71 7. 49 10. 54 5. 36 5. 91 6. 97 12. 02 13. 1 7. 80 6. 51 10. 65 6. 31 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 10. 25 9. 78 8. 34 10. 71 5. 09 9. 4 7. 73 4. 03 5. 94 6. 71 7. 4 9. 1 6. 03 5. 30 10. 7 8. 46 5. 9 6. 7 6. 30 10. 23 4. 09 9. 34 10. 5 8. 7 8. 4 9. 02 7. 05 14. 09 14. 51 10. 26 8. 9 6. 7 9. 0 8. 02 5. 28 9. 4 6. 25 9. 91 5. 3 7. 4 6. 26 5. 86 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 14. 88 7. 25 9. 3 7. 0 8. 02 9. 22 7. 78 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 8. 5 8. 5 6. 80 6. 97 12. 21 7. 65 13. 5 7. 43 8. 14 7. 71 7. 19 6. 03 5. 25 5. 5 8. 32 6. 65 12. 0 7. 7 9. 10 5. 7 9. 9 6. 38 4. 10 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 5. 05 5. 30 10. 97 12. 34 10. 88 7. 65 13. 73 4. 88 7. 88 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 9. 02 13. 25 9. 5 7. 43 8. 0 7. 71 7. 78 8. 19 6. 73 4. 19 6. 7 8. 0 8. 28 6. 32 6. 7 9. 5 8. 51 10. 39 15. 2 6. 4 7. 88 7. 4 7.

4 7. 4 9. 00 12. 09 14. 5 14. 02 13. 1 7. 38 11. 49 10. 22 11. 5 8. 00 12. 35 11. 92 8. 88 7. 5 8. 0 16. 2 16. 9 9. 9 9. 65 6. 5 8. 3 8. 03 5. 09 9. 9 9. 65 6. 0 12. 31 9. 2 16. 09 9. 65 6. 5 7. 02 13. 4 7. 65 12. 35 11. 2 16. 09 9. 41 12. 92 8. 0 12. 5 7. 6 19. 8 8. 09 9. 0 8. 1 7. 78 8. 71 7. 0 12. 5 14. 5 7. 5 8. 2 16. 5 7. 78 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 13. 49 10. 3 19. 35 11. 6 12. 1 7. 00 12. 63 12. 55 12. 35 11. 88 7. 0 7. 5 8. 24 11. 0 8. 0 12. 0 12. 0 12. 78 8. 4 7. 1 7. 09 9. 7 9. 97 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 12. 0 7. 0 9. 97 12. 06 14. 4 9. 5 14. 2 17. 88 7. 0 12. 09 14. 4 9. 7 7. 9 9. 4 9. 0 9. 88 7. 09 9. 88 7. 4 7. 5 8. 0 12. 9 9. 0 8. 0 11. 0 12. 26 14. 0 11. 03 5. 0 12. 0 9. 0 12. 49 10. 7 21. 1 7. 65 6. 08 10. 38 12. 0 12. 0 12. 34 10. 78 8. 0 9. 3 11. 7 9. 0 12. 0 7. 7 9. 9 12. 71 7. 88 7. 92 8. 09 14. 0 12. 4 7. 06 10. 7 9. 39 15. 09 14. 00 12. 3 20. 09 9. 2 12. 5 8. 2 16. 1 7. 9 9. 9 9. 97 12. 0 12. 2 16. 49 10. 5 14.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-5. 02 13. 49 10. 7 12. 22 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 12. 2 17. 88 7. 7 9. 0 9. 7 9. 66 12. 9 8. 4 11. 03 5. 78 8. 78 8. 71 7. 97 12. 9 9. 0 9. 05 14. 71 7. 02 13. 7 9. 97 12. 0 12. 71 7. 0 7. 7 12. 1 7. 0 11. 00 12. 63 13. 03 5. 0 8. 7 9. 86 13. 3 7. 4 9. 63 13. 35 11. 31 9. 0 12. 0 12. 0 12. 5 14. 65 6. 53 12. 7 9. 7 8. 2 18. 34 10. 00 12. 4 9. 5 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW . 2 16. 0 9. 5 14. 5 8. 1 7. 0 12. 03 5. 0 9. 4 9. 7 20. 09 9. 65 6. 9 7. 31 9. 0 12. 39 15. 71 7. 93 14. 7 21. 03 5. 5 14. 78 8. 0 11. 1 7. 2 17. 92 8. 2 16. 65 13. HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE MODEL : AR36H Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 8. 0 8. 65 13. 0 12. 63 13. 09 14. 2 16. 63 13. 34 10. 4 7. 7 9. 35 11. 7 9. 09 14. 0 11. 5 8. 2 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 17. 34 10. 31 9. 0 9. 65 6. 35 11. 0 12. 7 9. 02 13. 0 12. 63 13. 49 10. 03 5. 0 11. 88 7. 35 11. 5 7. 9 16. 5 7. 31 9. 92 8. 0 12. 3 20. 00 12. 0 12. 0 7. 4 7. 0 12. 5 7. 2 17. 92 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 9. 88 13. 34 10. 0 12. 0 12. 02 13. 92 8. 65 13. 88 7. 5 14. 4 8. 2 16. 65 13. 5 7. 0 8. 92 8. 34 10. 35 11. 31 9. 65 6. 97 12. 3 8. 65 6. 0 9. 3 18. 0 11. 02 13. 0 8. 8 6. 7 9. 49 10. 65 13. 0 12. 71 7. 09 9. 0 8. 88 7. 0 12. 5 11. 5 7. 41 12. 3 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 21. 68 13. 0 12. 97 12. 7 9. 41 12. 3 20. 02 13. 5 8. 2 18. 39 15. 03 5. 49 MODEL : AR60H Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 13. 3 12. 78 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 8. 31 9. 2 18. 00 12. 5 8. 78 8. 34 10. 2 18. 71 7. 0 12. 92 8. 65 6. 32 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 15. 34 10. 0 12. 7 21. 97 12. 9 12. 0 12. 0 8. 3 20. 0 12. 88 7. 31 9. 63 13. 09 9. 03 5. 34 10. 03 5. 5 20. 5 8. 09 14. 63 13. 78 8. 0 12. 0 11. 03 5. 49 10. 0 12. 39 15. 5 14. 49 10. 2 18. 97 11. 78 8. 49 10. 7 21. 2 18. 00 12. 63 13. 36 15. 4 9. 6 12. 65 6. 7 21. 02 13. 71 7.59) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AR45H Outdoor Temperature . 0 11. 2 17. 63 13. 39 15. 2 17. 34 10. 5 ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 9. 49 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 16. 3 20. 4 9. 31 9. 7 9. 0 12. 8 17. 97 12. 35 11. 4 9. 2 16. 1 19.(04 . 0 12. 7 7. 78 8. 4 7. 41 12. 0 12. 0 8. 0 12. 92 8. 7 9. 0 12. 2 8. 2 17. 09 9. 4 7. 0 12. 5 7. 0 12. 28 11. 5 7. 0 8. 2 16. 09 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 10. 31 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 10. 5 7. 39 15. 0 9. 31 9. 4 9. 97 12. 34 10. 92 8. 5 14. 92 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 12. 2 18. 41 12. 71 7. 00 12. 41 12. 3 20. 49 10. 0 7. 5 14. 0 17. 88 7. 5 7. 02 13. 1 7. 65 6. 78 8. 35 11. 2 18. 00 12. 92 8. 63 13. 1 7. 7 20. 63 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 14. 3 20. 0 11. 0 8. 0 12. 0 12. 23 10. 2 17. 49 10. 7 9. 97 12. 6 12. 2 18. 0 12. 7 9. 1 7. 41 12. 1 7. 1 7. 4 9. 78 8. 63 13. 0 7. 97 12. 0 9. 65 6. 03 5. 2 17. 74 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 14. 09 9. 2 17. 5 8. 0 9. 0 11. 1 8. 71 7. 1 18. 87 12. 63 13. 09 14. 0 12. 0 6. 23 15. 3 19. 2 9. 0 9. 88 7. 5 8. 6 9. 71 7. 4 7. 02 13. 0 11. 0 12. 71 7. 92 8. 41 12. 2 18. 2 17. 39 15. 03 5. 35 11. 5 14. 8 11. 65 13. 7 9. 9 9. 0 12. 0 8. 0 7. 3 7. 31 9. 2 17. 7 21. 02 13. 2 18. 0 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 20. 31 9. 0 11.

28 1.04 1.02 1.46 3.80 1.24 2.64 1.95 2.81 2.56 3.53 4.14 1.02 1.95 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB TC SHC 2.96 2.34 2.45 2.31 1.58 4.96 2.64 1.64 1.02 1.11 1.39 2.31 1.77 1.64 1.44 1.66 4.44 1.53 1.64 1.66 1.55 3.54 30 CDB/22 CWB TC SHC 4.52 2.89 2.56 3.60 2.41 2.69 1.96 2.54 2.75 2.39 2.53 2.01 30 86 2.84 2.39 1.20 1.77 1.81 32 CDB/23 CWB TC SHC 3.80 1.54 2.54 3.16 1.52 2.50 2.84 2.81 2.54 3.58 4.80 1.46 2.66 4.01 33 91 2.04 3.02 1.54 3.15 1.31 1.29 1.54 3.31 1.41 3.02 1.28 1.96 26 CDB/18 CWB TC SHC 3.54 2.58 4.52 2.20 1.54 2.96 2.75 1.15 1.64 1.56 3.77 1.46 28 CDB/20 CWB TC SHC 3.84 2.95 2.11 1.95 2.15 1.96 2.56 3.20 1.96 2.96 2.36 32 CDB/23 CWB TC SHC 4.44 23 CDB/16 CWB TC SHC 2.96 2.98 3.53 1.96 2.94 3.53 2.60 2.57 2.22 2.31 1.64 1.60 2.52 2.96 2.76 2.55 3.56 3.75 2.24 2.81 2.53 2.75 2.04 3.39 2.07 2.58 4.64 1.46 2.54 2.80 1.52 2.44 1.77 1.64 1.84 2.01 52 125 2. COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE (1/2) MODEL : AU7 20 CDB/15 CWB TC SHC 1.14 1.54 3.66 4.07 1.96 2.93 2.02 1.51 2.96 2.56 3.52 2.24 2.60 2.15 1.29 1.93 2.01 10 50 15 59 2.23 1.44 1.96 1.75 2.29 1.84 2.34 1.81 2.41 2.41 32 CDB/23 CWB TC SHC 2.95 2.20 1.01 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW .59 2.54 2.96 2.60) - .46 2.24 2.66 1.96 1.84 2.14 1.41 2.75 2.96 2.95 2.63 1.29 1.77 1.60 2.20 1.54 2.28 1.39 2.39 2.01 45 113 2.41 2.20 1.96 2.36 2.01 27 81 2.60 2.14 1.01 25 77 2.04 3.96 1.58 4.58 4.28 1.15 1.15 1.41 2.28 1.60 1.41 2.14 1.53 2.75 2.66 1.44 1.64 1.48 1.57 1.95 2.75 2.02 1.51 2.95 2.52 1.87 1.28 1.80 1.30 2.53 1.46 2.29 1.15 1.96 2.54 2.56 3.14 1.31 1.75 2.25 1.98 3.23 1.28 1.45 2.53 1.29 1.45 1.60 2.41 2.47 2.39 2.53 2.64 1.02 1.45 2.01 35 95 2.77 1.04 3.81 2.52 2.02 1.96 2.80 1.52 3.96 2.14 1.77 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) ( FDB) 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 MODEL : AU9 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) ( FDB) 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 20 CDB/15 CWB TC SHC 2.84 2.52 2.53 1.56 3.16 2.55 3.77 1.14 1.39 2.84 2.98 3.24 2.60 2.80 1.41 2.24 2.84 2.59 2.54 2.52 2.64 1.46 2.96 2.64 1.54 3.66 4.81 2.60 2.84 2.96 1.51 2.58 4.45 2.31 1.14 1.41 2.52 2.45 2.39 2.77 1.58 2.95 2.50 2.56 3.44 1.43 1.96 2.59 2.52 2.53 2.45 2.95 2.99 2.97 3.59 2.56 3.96 1.52 2.28 1.20 1.55 3.64 1.02 1.64 1.55 3.64 1.81 2.62 4.54 2.54 3.77 1.66 1.53 1.91 2.29 1.20 1.96 2.92 1.52 2.84 26 CDB/18 CWB TC SHC 2.96 2.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-6.52 2.75 2.55 3.52 2.31 1.66 4.52 2.15 1.46 2.44 1.39 2.66 4.64 1.84 2.01 40 104 2.64 1.66 1.75 2.54 2.96 2.54 2.54 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB TC SHC 3.95 2.31 1.50 2.31 1.98 3.64 1.01 37 99 2.53 2.64 1.20 1.24 2.58 4.59 2.52 2.02 1.60 2.39 2.45 2.39 2.53 1.44 1.53 2.66 1.24 1.96 2.59 2.55 3.54 2.96 1.80 1.96 1.97 3.77 1.20 1.81 2.95 2.56 2.29 1.03 3.55 3.04 3.20 1.28 1.98 3.41 2.28 1.54 2.54 3.53 2.53 1.93 1.54 3.96 2.96 2.60 2.85 23 CDB/16 CWB TC SHC 2.02 1.52 2.01 23 73 2.54 2.84 2.56 3.02 1.04 3.24 2.80 1.66 4.57 3.52 2.15 1.14 1.75 2.77 1.77 1.30 2.14 1.96 1.44 1.53 2.55 3.64 1.80 1.53 2.54 2.44 1.20 1.81 2.80 1.01 3.39 2.41 2.20 23 CDB/16 CWB TC SHC 1.31 1.41 2.54 3.24 2.52 2.54 2.54 MODEL : AU12 Outdoor 20 CDB/15 CWB Temperature TC SHC ( CDB) ( FDB) 2.59 2.64 1.98 3.66 1.64 1.(04 .14 1.96 2.53 2.57 4.04 3.50 30 CDB/22 CWB TC SHC 2.96 1.31 1.96 2.96 2.44 1.54 3.95 2.14 1.96 2.69 2.93 3.15 1.52 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB TC SHC 2.53 2.39 2.62 4.60 2.15 1.96 2.52 2.54 3.96 2.01 20 68 2.44 26 CDB/18 CWB TC SHC 2.56 3.96 2.28 1.53 2.41 2.55 3.47 28 CDB/20 CWB TC SHC 2.96 2.88 28 CDB/20 CWB TC SHC 2.77 1.01 3.96 2.46 2.15 1.65 4.64 1.39 2.93 30 CDB/22 CWB TC SHC 3.96 1.31 1.44 1.81 2.46 2.98 3.52 2.52 2.54 2.28 1.64 1.54 2.75 2.98 3.51 3.96 1.75 2.53 1.81 2.54 2.15 2.80 1.55 3.48 1.

23 3. 62 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 4. 29 3. 00 3. 73 3. 84 4. 00 3. 82 2. 29 2. 67 3. 62 2. 18 3. 86 4. 00 3. 84 4. 00 2. 67 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 4. 84 4. 76 2. 79 3. 76 2. 58 5. 00 2. 23 3. 84 4. 29 2. 94 2. 34 4. 86 4. 12 3. 82 2. 18 3. 29 2. 71 3. 84 4. 70 6. 44 3. 83 3. 00 3. 71 3. 49 4. 34 4. 56 5. 71 2. 65 3. 88 3. 24 2. 53 4. 82 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 4. 82 2. 79 3. 67 3. 96 4. 84 4. 00 3. 83 3. 82 2. 83 3. 86 4. 24 2. 71 3. 54 5. 12 3. 29 2. 84 4. 54 5. 00 3. 42 5. 55 5. 29 3. 83 3. 94 2. 54 5. 24 2. 84 4. 67 3. 84 4. 71 3. 79 3. 06 2. 23 3. 94 2. 71 3. 54 5. 18 3. 00 3. 29 2. 00 2. 24 2. 23 3. 29 3. 58 5. 00 2. 70 6. 79 3. 94 2. 84 4. 76 2. 68 5. 29 2. 29 2. 55 5. 53 4. 34 4. 23 3. 12 3. 49 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 5. 67 3. 29 2. 12 3. 53 4. 24 2. 18 3. 88 3. 88 3. 12 3. 67 3. 34 4. 55 5. 55 5. 54 5. 00 3. 55 5. 70 3. 79 3. 53 4. 18 3. 83 3. 12 3. 05 3. 06 2. 53 4. 79 3. 34 4. 76 2. 85 4. 86 3. 76 2. 00 2. 96 4. 74 4. 82 2. 17 2. 76 2. 35 2. 86 4. 34 4. 85 4. 76 2. 06 2. 71 2. 12 3. 86 4. 34 4. 84 4. 18 2. 69 2. 94 2. 81 4. 71 3. 84 4. 83 3. 84 4. 06 2. 29 3. 84 4. 93 2. 29 3. 10 2. 79 4. 96 4. 34 4. 71 2. 00 2. 54 5. 67 3. 71 2. 92 4.(04 . 67 3. 54 5. 84 4. 83 3. 58 5. 86 4. 82 2. 29 3. 88 3. 84 4. 67 3. 76 3. 83 3. 79 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 4. 79 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 4. 76 2. 29 2. 55 5. 67 3. 77 3. 91 3. 88 3. 67 3. 34 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW . 06 2. 96 4. 76 2. 23 3. 24 2. 55 5. 23 3. 96 4. 12 3. 53 4. 76 2. 24 2. 12 3. 82 2. 58 5. 84 4. 00 3. 79 3. 83 3. 44 2. 71 3. 79 3.61) - . 76 2. 84 4. 52 2. 71 3. 23 3. 79 3. 53 4. 58 5. 94 2. 54 5. 29 2. 71 2. 79 3. 83 3. 57 5. 23 3. 71 2. 53 4. 84 4. 64 5. 53 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 5.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-6. 29 3. 70 6. 79 3. 55 3. 29 2. 96 4. 54 5. 89 3. 29 3. 82 2. 22 3. 50 5. 94 2. 06 2. 34 4. 06 2. 12 3. 88 3. 24 2. 70 6. 67 3. 84 4. 00 2. 70 6. 82 2. 55 5. 06 2. 34 4. 34 4. 82 2. 84 2. 53 4. 71 2. 82 2. 76 2. 29 3. 96 4. 80 3. 29 2. 06 2. 82 2. 84 2. 06 2. 78 2. 06 2. 71 2. 55 5. 71 3. 00 3. 71 3. 18 3. 29 3. 53 4. 67 INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 3. 23 MODEL : AU18 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 3. 58 5. 00 3. 71 2. 00 2. 24 2. 82 2. 84 4. 55 5. 54 5. 83 3. 12 3. 51 5. 24 2. 58 5. 79 3. 91 4. 54 5. 00 2. 00 2. 80 4. 64 5. 06 2. 97 3. 88 3. 83 3. 29 2. 86 4. 88 3. 61 2. 23 3. 86 4. 23 3. 95 4. 41 4. 34 INDOOR UNIT ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 3. 53 4. 67 3. 58 5. 76 2. 53 4. 71 3. 55 5. 84 4. 49 5. 70 6. 24 2. 06 2. 27 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 6. 00 3. 71 3. 79 3. 00 2. 23 3. 34 4. 23 3. 12 3. 12 3. 12 3. 55 5. 84 4. COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE (2/2) MODEL : AU14 Outdoor Temperature 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 3. 00 2. 17 3. 70 6. 29 3.

12 6. 97 5. 45 5. 71 5. 84 5. 36 3. 81 4. 58 3. 08 9. 36 3. 81 4. 02 6. 64 5. 82 5. 73 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW . 14 4. 73 4. 36 3. 99 6. 95 6. 36 3. 39 4. 19 8. 07 8. 36 8. 19 8. 80 6. 14 7. 44 3. 36 8. 84 5. 25 5. 73 7. 81 4. 84 5. 54 5. 05 5. 73 4. 69 3. 64 5. 14 4. 36 3. 15 7. 97 5. 19 8. 07 8. 02 6. 73 4. 76 4. 79 6. 04 4. 12 6. 84 5. 34 10. 05 8. 98 5. 36 3. 28 6. 48 3. 97 5. 69 3. 68 4. 04 3. 76 4. 12 6. 70 3. 08 9. 32 6. 80 6. 14 10. 14 10. 15 7. 63 5. 13 5. 97 5. 71 4. 15 7. 2 6. 34 10. 4 6. 57 5. 71 5. 09 7. 46 5. 80 6. 20 3. 14 7. 80 6. 10 6. 17 7. 70 3. 17 8. 76 4. 15 7. 05 8. 79 6. 71 4. 25 5. 84 5. 04 4. 02 6. 83 5. 04 4. 9 6. 05 5. 36 3. 14 7. 28 6. 39 4. 14 7. 69 3. 14 10. 08 9. 15 7. 05 5. 29 5. 12 6. 39 4. 14 10. 61 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 10. 84 5. 98 5. 07 8. 14 4. 71 5. 14 10. 73 7. 76 4. 80 6. 07 8. 80 6. 14 4. 98 9. 97 5. 07 8. 23 4. 28 6. 81 4. 15 7. 15 7. 71 4. 96 7. 05 5. 31 5. 32 6. 12 6. 84 5. 25 5. 18 5. 05 5. 32 6. 76 4. 36 8. 32 6. 73 7. 12 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 7. 25 5. 64 5. 36 3. 28 6. 76 4. 38 4. 01 6. 97 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 10. 84 5. 84 5. 71 4. 39 4. 04 3. 04 3. 28 6. 12 6. 14 7. 25 5. 19 8. 69 3. 70 3. 4 6. 32 6. 09 6. 7 6. 73 4. 05 5. 71 5. 05 8. 76 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 6. 79 6. 12 6. 64 5. 05 5. 25 5. 99 6. 84 5. 07 8. 29 5. 71 5. 14 10. 14 7. 81 4. 05 5. 81 4. 06 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 8. 75 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 8. 97 5. 02 6. 73 4. 06 6. 32 6. 12 6. 79 6. 08 9. 73 7. 05 5. 97 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 5. 04 3. 36 3. 46 5. 71 5. 34 10. 93 5. 14 4. 36 8. 01 6. 79 6. 15 7. 14 4. 46 5. 81 4. 36 8. 69 3. 14 4. 39 4. 71 4. 05 8. 93 6. 05 5. 99 6. 5 6. 19 8. 12 6. 29 5. 64 5. 99 5. 70 3. 05 5. 36 3. 28 6. 70 3. 73 7. 05 5. 33 10. 05 8. 34 10. 99 6. 81 4. 39 4. 08 9. 39 4. 05 5. 29 5. 36 8. 79 6. 08 9. 46 5. 98 5. 36 3. 73 4. 32 3. 36 3. 25 5. 14 4. 02 6. 70 3. 70 3. 46 5. 05 8. 69 3. 11 10. 68 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 7. 05 5. 02 6. 99 6. 12 6. 81 4. 73 4. 08 9. 05 5. 15 7. 72 4. 04 3. 14 7. 99 6.62) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AU25 . 15 6. 81 4. 42 5. 28 6. 12 6. 32 6. 05 5. 14 7. 08 9. 84 5. 84 5. 32 6. 19 8. 36 3. 86 9. 70 3. 05 8. 14 5. 92 5. 97 5. 15 7. 05 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 5. 06 7. 36 3. 71 5. 07 8. 29 5. 05 5. 05 8. 76 4. 23 10. 81 4. 85 8. 36 3. 97 5. 04 3. 36 3. 36 3. 77 4. 65 5. 32 6. 69 3. 90 4. 98 5. 4 6. 81 4. 46 5. 4 6. 14 6. 14 4. 28 6. 28 6. 76 4. 36 3. 14 4. 36 3. 98 5. 64 5. 25 10. 15 7. 69 3. 05 8. 25 5. 14 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 4. 80 6. 69 3. 9 6. 15 7. 9 6. 32 6. 34 8. 36 3. 64 5. 9 6. 14 7. 21 5. 64 5. 36 3. 98 5. 99 6. 05 5. 00 6. 26 5. 4 6. 11 9. 28 6. 9 6. 84 5. 14 4. 05 5. 85 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 8. 98 5. 98 5. 76 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 5. 46 5. 4 6. 73 7. 64 5. 4 6. 95 3. 08 9. 05 8. 70 3. 73 7. 60 3. 14 7. 39 4. 9 6. 32 10. 99 6. 73 4. 9 6. 73 4. 99 9. 73 7. 80 6. 73 7. 79 6. 79 6. 04 4. 79 6. 84 3. 99 6. 4 6. 28 6. 04 4. 76 4. 97 5. 96 3. 99 6. 19 8. 69 3. 04 4. 46 5. 04 3. 39 4. 36 3. 05 5. 05 5. 97 5. 71 4. 04 3. 73 7. 08 9. 39 4. 76 4. 15 7. 02 9. 99 8. 79 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 7. 39 4. 99 6. 71 4. 34 10. 04 4. 15 7. 07 7. 36 3. 14 10. 57 4. 3 6. 29 5. 04 3. 15 7. 12 6. 28 8. 36 5. 73 4.(04 . 70 3. 36 3. 64 5. 25 5. 34 10. 76 4. 05 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 8. 28 6. 39 4. 27 8. 69 3. 73 4. 97 5. 80 6. 67 4. 29 5. 07 8. 19 8. 08 9. CASSETTE TYPE (1/2) MODEL : AU20 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 4. 94 6. 71 4. 46 5. 98 5. 73 4. 25 5. 32 6. 93 5. 64 5. 08 9. 36 3. 02 6. 1 6. 98 5. 25 5. 81 4. 79 6. 07 8. 79 6. 14 4. 05 5. 46 5. 39 4. 98 5. 05 5. 15 7. 15 7. 73 4. 14 10. 46 5. 07 8. 76 4. 05 5. 36 3. 94 5. 05 8. 69 3. 80 6. 15 7. 97 5.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-7. 69 3. 80 6. 25 5. 07 8. 84 MODEL : AU30 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 6. 36 8. 29 5. 70 3. 04 3. 97 5. 73 7. 81 4. 73 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 5. 25 5. 79 6. 28 6. 80 6. 14 7. 70 3. 04 3. 4 6. 02 5. 92 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 6. 64 5. 05 8. 73 7. 76 5.

65 6. 1 9. 6 9. 93 14. 9 7. 10 9. 88 7. 8 7. 72 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 9. 3 8. 1 7. 85 12. 9 9. 4 7. 2 17. 65 6. 83 16. 67 10. 9 9. 24 10. 6 9. 1 17. 13 14. 9 9. 5 9. 70 13. 7 8. 9 9. 3 9. 8 9. 87 12. 85 11. 7 8. 14 11. 85 12. 72 8. 8 7. 89 13. 87 12. 1 9. 79 15. 32 12. 0 8. 71 6. 4 10. 5 7.63) - 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 16. 4 7. 65 6. 7 8. 14 11. 14 11. 4 10. 70 13. 62 8. 79 16. 7 7. 62 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 8. 4 10. 83 16. 99 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 10. 4 8. 87 12. 6 9. 4 7. 70 13. 6 9. 96 14. 24 10. 03 5. 3 9. 4 10. 72 8. 85 12. 54 12. 0 8. 0 7. 18 11. 88 7. 74 13. 0 8. 32 12. 85 12. 80 14. 6 9. 89 13. 2 8. 4 7. 0 16. 7 7. 10 9. 5 7. 6 9. 75 14. 4 7. 62 8. 75 14. 83 16. 37 10. 18 11. 87 12. 85 12. 83 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 12. 18 11. 8 7. 3 9. 98 16. 2 17. 3 9. 10 9. 67 10. 73 14. 03 5. 67 10. 1 7. 10 9. 59 13. 10 9. 85 12. 62 8. 1 9. 10 9. 4 10. 37 10. 5 7. 3 9. 84 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 12. 8 7. 6 9. 03 5. 6 9. 4 8. 9 9. 8 7. 7 8. 71 6. 7 8. 37 MODEL : AU54 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 10. 5 8. 87 12. 5 8. 0 7. 73 14. 89 13. 32 12. 7 9. 1 7. 71 6. 70 13. 9 9. 9 9. 24 10. 72 8. 65 6. 3 9. 24 10. 71 6. 25 15. 6 9. 75 14. 1 9. 75 14. 70 13. 89 13. 6 9. 99 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 17. 8 9. 1 7. 1 7. 62 8. 70 13. 9 8. 9 8. 85 12. 8 8. 1 9. 14 11. 5 7. 14 11. 37 10. 85 12. 67 10. 87 12. 37 10. 99 9. 6 9. 8 7. 4 8. 71 6. 6 9. 88 7. 3 7. 9 8. 6 9. 6 9. 67 10. 73 14. 9 8. 37 13. 75 12. 1 7. 0 8. 6 8. 24 10. 43 12. 73 14. 1 9. 7 8. 62 8. 7 9. 65 6. 7 8. 6 9. 67 10. 67 10. 96 14. 9 9. 88 7. 18 11. 87 12. 85 12. 5 7. 37 10. 99 10. 5 8. 12 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 12. 4 8. 83 16. 1 7. 3 9. 03 5. 71 6. 37 10. 7 8. 75 14. 5 8. 5 7. 65 6. 4 7. 88 7. 43 13. 26 15. 70 13. 4 8. 1 16. 32 12. 5 8. 43 13. 71 6. 71 6. 71 6. 1 9. 3 9. 88 7. 0 8. 88 7. 1 7. 18 11. 65 6. 4 7. 1 9. 9 9. 14 11. 5 7. 0 7. 88 7. 67 10. 1 7. 83 16. 3 9. 1 7. 10 9. 15 11. 33 12. 75 14. 0 8. 88 7. 37 10. 03 5. 62 8. 9 9. 89 13. 99 9. 9 8. 14 11. 4 10. 75 13. 37 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 13. 70 13. 71 6. 73 14. 6 9. 0 7. 9 9. 99 9. 37 10. 87 12. 18 11. 5 9. 83 16. 5 8. 5 7. 80 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 13. 10 15. 8 7. 99 9. 1 7. 14 11. 5 7. 5 7. 70 13. 2 17. 75 14. 72 8. 7 9. 1 7. 89 13. 72 8. 73 14. 0 8. 1 10. 72 8. 73 14. 56 MODEL : AU45 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 9. 60 15. 26 15. 4 8. 0 8. 24 10. 1 9. 7 9. 2 17. 1 9. 5 7. 86 10. 8 7. 73 14. 18 11. 65 6. 37 10. 89 13. 7 9. 37 10. 32 12. 96 14. 62 8. 99 9. 02 11. 32 12. 43 13. 3 8. 65 6. 5 8. 18 11. 1 8. 7 9. 7 8. 96 14. 0 8. 3 9. 2 17. 43 13. 87 12. 0 7.(04 . 62 8. 88 7. 3 9. 99 9. 96 14. 72 8. 6 9. 6 9. 18 INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AU36 Outdoor Temperature . 1 6. 72 8. 8 7. 2 17. 67 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 11. 17 11. 5 8. 7 8. 58 14. 03 5. 74 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 14. 89 13. 75 14. 4 8. 24 10. 03 5. 7 8. 8 7. 0 9. 3 9. 18 11. 0 7. CASSETTE TYPE (2/2) INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 8. 99 9. 5 7. 70 13. 31 12. 87 12. 18 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW . 72 8. 9 8. 26 15. 03 5. 4 8. 8 7. 4 10. 18 11. 10 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 10. 99 9. 65 15. 99 9. 75 14. 62 8. 4 9. 99 9. 75 14. 14 11. 1 7. 7 8. 4 8. 4 7. 10 9. 65 6. 65 6. 14 11. 73 14. 6 9. 0 8. 5 8. 67 10. 14 11. 9 8. 24 10. 87 12. 67 10. 83 16. 73 14. 85 12. 39 14. 0 7. 03 5. 88 7.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-7. 5 8. 62 8. 73 14. 65 6. 4 8. 7 9. 89 13. 71 6. 67 10. 43 13. 03 5. 89 13. 18 11. 26 15. 88 7. 3 7. 18 11. 72 8. 70 13. 03 5. 9 9. 37 10. 3 9. 9 8. 5 8. 5 8. 4 8. 14 11. 70 13. 7 8. 0 6. 96 14. 5 7. 99 9. 32 12. 70 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 14. 89 13. 9 8. 6 9. 71 6. 2 9. 72 8. 3 9. 7 9. 93 14. 96 14. 26 15. 96 14. 3 9. 75 14. 0 8. 24 10. 19 11. 5 8. 67 10. 99 9. 6 10. 3 9. 62 8. 24 10. 62 8. 0 8. 10 9. 20 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 15. 8 6. 9 9. 43 13. 13 10. 23 15. 8 7. 5 8. 4 6. 03 5. 6 9. 8 7. 0 7. 1 9. 9 8. 6 9. 88 7. 89 13. 03 5. 41 12. 83 16. 75 14. 65 6. 4 8. 10 9. 71 6. 85 12. 56 13. 1 9. 26 15. 24 10. 10 9. 72 8. 32 12. 37 10. 29 12. 0 8. 10 9. 5 8. 4 7.

66 4. 10 8. 00 5. 12 4. 61 5. 45 3. 08 3. 20 4. 47 6. 45 3. 53 5. 08 3. 36 5. 94 8. 45 3. 13 3. 45 3. 72 3. 59 5. 05 6. 85 5. 88 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 6. 85 5. 99 6. 72 7. 13 3. 81 7. 63 4. 00 5. 90 7. 41 5. 08 3. 90 4. 88 5. 49 4. 72 3. 99 6. 94 5. 59 5. 49 4. 47 6. 74 5. 91 5. 89 5. 89 6. 05 6. 88 5. 47 6. 13 3. 50 4. 83 9. 68 4. 72 3. 12 4. 85 5. 65 3. 35 6. 53 5. 65 7. 68 8. 24 5. 89 5. 94 8. 08 3. 73 9. 06 4. 80 5. 24 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 9. 89 6. 35 3. 90 4. 67 8. 13 3. 49 4. 61 5. 46 7. 88 5. 61 5. 89 6. 10 8. 00 5. 12 4. 94 5. 47 5. 31 4. 12 4. 67 8. 88 5. 04 6. 41 5. 97 6. 90 7. 06 4. 65 7. 35 3. 87 5. 67 8. 87 6. 08 3. 59 5. 05 6. 99 6. 13 3. 35 6. 40 3. 91 9. 67 8. 35 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW . 90 4. 65 7. 65 7. 06 4. 12 4. 65 7. 66 4. 91 9. 68 4. 94 5. 53 5. 66 4. 61 5. 82 6. 53 5. 37 5. 53 5. 66 4. 24 3. 73 9. 68 4. 67 4. 85 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 5. 12 4. 04 5. 89 6. 87 5. 06 4. 67 4. 45 3. 53 5. 65 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 8. 90 9. 71 6. 08 3. 06 4. 13 3. 72 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 6. 12 4. 71 8. 89 6. 88 5. 65 7. 70 5. 00 5. 45 3. 89 6. 59 5. 88 5. 99 6. 87 6. 06 4. 40 3. 35 6. 89 6. 53 5. 10 8. 00 5. 68 4. 49 4. 73 9. 73 9. 68 4. 65 7. 49 4. 08 3. 22 5. 40 3. 85 5. 65 7. 66 4. 35 3. 67 4. 06 4. 28 3. 85 5. 35 6. 08 8. 47 6. 94 5. 10 8. 59 5. 47 5. 52 5. 35 6. 47 6. 89 5. 31 4. 47 5. 87 5. 90 4. 59 5. 35 6. 94 8. 94 5. 89 5. 73 9. 41 5. 68 8. 13 3. 28 3. 90 4. 61 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 7. 08 3. 87 5. 81 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 8. 59 5. 41 5. 45 3. 85 5. 66 4. 54 4. 40 3. 87 5. 31 4. 06 4. 90 4. 90 7. 05 6. 87 5. 90 4. 06 4. 59 8. 47 5. 53 5. 99 6. 40 3. 59 5. 89 5. 35 6. 35 6. 68 4. 53 5. 81 5. 89 6. 31 4. 99 6. 99 6. 59 5. 00 5. 12 4. 85 5. 72 3. 68 4.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-8. 56 5. 90 4. 12 4. 05 6. 35 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 5. 89 5. 87 5. 10 3.64) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AS24 . 59 5. 47 6. 72 3. 41 5. 40 3. 90 4. 28 3. 94 8. 53 3. 35 6. 68 8. 52 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 8. 94 5. 72 3. 86 5. 87 6. 87 6. 85 5. 52 5. 85 5. 68 4. 59 7. 68 4. 47 6. 35 3. 47 6. 31 3. 66 4. 45 3. 72 3. 45 3. 06 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 4. 90 7. 00 5. 69 5. 68 4. 89 5. 92 7. 08 3. 28 3. 90 7. 28 3. 31 4. 35 6. 87 6. 00 5. 85 5. 08 3. 52 5. 53 5. 05 6. 68 8. 90 7. 58 8. 00 5. 49 4. 85 7. 28 3. 28 3. 61 5. 12 4. 61 MODEL : AS30 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 6. 52 5. 40 3. 41 5. 58 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 9. 47 5. 90 4. 02 8. 68 8. 87 6. 42 5. 10 8. 12 4. 10 8. 85 5. 53 5. 12 4. 31 4. 00 5. 65 7. 47 5. 87 5. 94 5. 67 4. 49 4. 00 5. 12 4. 91 9.(04 . 94 8. 49 4. 67 8. 99 3. 47 6. 08 3. 20 5. 40 3. 28 3. 35 3. 08 5. 89 6. 08 3. 94 8. 68 8. 88 5. 67 4. 82 5. 45 3. 87 6. 61 5. 59 5. 61 5. 87 5. 35 6. 91 9. 23 3. 67 8. 90 7. 28 3. 13 3. 89 5. 52 5. 67 4. 40 3. 66 4. 12 4. 94 8. 40 3. 89 6. 67 8. 67 4. 65 7. 89 5. 94 8. 90 7. 12 4. 73 9. 12 4. 45 3. 45 3. 87 6. 32 3. 36 3. 61 5. 35 3. 72 3. 47 5. 70 9. 40 3. 90 4. 94 5. 47 5. 49 4. 87 6. 22 4. 99 6. 47 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 6. 68 8. 28 3. 68 4. 97 5. 87 5. 47 5. 13 3. 62 9. 52 5. 90 7. 28 3. 10 8. 00 5. 61 5. 73 9. 35 3. 61 5. 88 5. 66 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 5. 06 4. 72 3. 28 3. 45 3. 13 3. 47 5. 89 6. 87 6. 53 5. 03 7. 87 5. 12 4. 65 7. 35 3. 69 5. 13 5. 35 5. 87 6. 73 9. 90 7. 63 3. 07 4. 49 4. 91 9. 78 4. 65 7. 72 3. 67 8. 66 4. 31 4. 12 4. 47 8. 72 3. 89 5. 90 4. 40 3. 92 7. 08 3. 13 3. 52 5. 49 4. 82 9. 61 5. 28 3. 24 5. 91 9. 87 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 6. 66 4. 41 5. 68 4. 53 5. 05 6. 61 5. WALL MOUNTED TYPE MODEL : AS18 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 4. 91 9. 35 6. 67 8. 06 4. 94 5. 31 4. 87 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 28 CDB/20 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC TC SHC 5. 12 4. 94 5. 68 8. 13 3. 87 3. 47 6. 59 5. 82 7. 68 4. 66 4. 89 5. 59 5. 91 6. 85 5. 31 4. 88 5. 31 4. 89 5. 99 6. 41 5. 06 4. 90 7. 66 4. 87 6. 87 5. 68 8. 49 4. 13 3. 68 8. 68 8. 90 7. 67 8. 95 4. 66 4. 47 6. 67 8. 47 6. 89 6. 49 4. 12 4. 45 3. 19 3. 98 6. 94 5. 70 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 6. 47 5. 68 8. 37 5. 12 4. 31 4.

80 2.57 2.07 2.39 2.46 2.47 2.92 2.99 2.48 1.57 2.96 2.64 1.48 Indoor Temperature 26 CDB/18 CWB 27 CDB/19 CWB TC SHC TC SHC 2.75 2.39 2.53 1.96 2.75 2.65 4.39 2.80 2.62 3.02 3.06 3.60 2.02 1.15 1.77 1.23 23 CDB/16 CWB TC SHC 1.56 2.57 2.46 2.65 4.04 2.96 28 CDB/20 CWB TC SHC 2.24 2.61 3.61 2.64 4.53 1.62 3.04 2.45 2.57 2.63 3.23 1.10 3.63 2.15 1.61 3.64 1.24 2.62 3.96 2.60 2.24 1.48 1.63 3.48 1.48 1.64 2.31 1.60 2.28 1.80 2.31 1.39 2.56 2.53 1.01 30 CDB/22 CWB TC SHC 3.56 2.62 3.39 2.05 3.07 2.07 2.13 3.61 23 CDB/16 CWB TC SHC 2.28 1.07 2.92 2.96 2.60 2.93 1.64 1.59 2.60 2.23 1.61 2.77 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) ( FDB) 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 MODEL : AW9 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) ( FDB) 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 20 CDB/15 CWB TC SHC 2.58 2.02 1.14 1.57 2.64 1.03 2.65) - .13 3.64 2.62 3.81 2.77 1.15 1.96 2.96 2.53 1.65 4.80 2.58 2.54 30 CDB/22 CWB TC SHC 2.64 2.06 3.39 2.60 2.61 3.62 3.23 1.96 2.96 2.96 2.61 2.45 2.53 1.02 1.06 3.03 2.28 2.75 2.47 2.56 2.04 2.53 1.01 2.28 1.81 2.22 2.01 3.61 2.04 2.77 1.16 2.13 3.23 1.62 3.04 2.31 1.51 2.58 2.63 2.64 1.64 1.77 1.65 4.46 2.45 32 CDB/23 CWB TC SHC 2.96 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW .58 2.60 4.29 2.28 1.29 2.31 1.48 1.28 1.61 2.56 2.03 2.96 2.75 2.14 1.07 2.56 2.23 1.29 2.48 1.74 4.48 1.23 1.75 2.31 1.02 1.57 2.23 1.92 2.77 1.47 2.54 2.96 2.77 1.23 2.39 2.03 2.81 2.81 2.34 2.15 1.24 2.97 2.80 2.04 2.07 2.23 1.75 2.75 2.02 1.65 4.24 2.02 1.24 2.64 2.77 1.15 1.80 2.04 2.56 2.57 2.46 2.47 2.80 2.28 1.07 2.75 2.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-9.42 32 CDB/23 CWB TC SHC 4.96 2.07 2.29 2.81 2.07 2.56 2.02 1.48 1.60 2.06 3.63 2.23 1.77 1.96 2.(04 .48 Indoor Temperature 26 CDB/18 CWB 27 CDB/19 CWB TC SHC TC SHC 2.66 1.61 2.16 2.04 2.92 MODEL : AW12 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) ( FDB) 10 50 15 59 20 68 23 73 25 77 27 81 30 86 33 91 35 95 37 99 40 104 45 113 52 125 20 CDB/15 CWB TC SHC 2.57 2.48 1.14 1.66 1.61 3.39 2.64 1.66 1.63 3.70 4.89 32 CDB/23 CWB TC SHC 3.61 3.52 1.04 2.75 2.31 1.57 2.47 2.60 2.61 2.15 1.64 1.80 2.64 1.61 2.61 2.54 30 CDB/22 CWB TC SHC 4.57 2.74 4.60 2.02 1.62 3.63 2.64 2.96 2.73 4.61 3.61 2.75 2.02 1.57 1.24 2.03 2.92 2.63 2.63 3.45 2.74 4.57 2.57 2.80 2.31 1.12 3.45 2.64 2. CEILING WALL TYPE (1/2) MODEL : AW7 20 CDB/15 CWB TC SHC 1.15 1.63 3.36 2.81 2.45 2.23 1.57 2.61 3.60 1.53 3.92 2.77 1.14 1.96 2.87 1.09 3.39 2.96 2.64 2.64 1.28 1.56 2.04 2.39 2.59 3.57 2.63 2.57 2.56 2.15 1.96 2.06 3.06 3.48 1.03 2.48 1.13 3.48 1.62 3.07 1.53 2.14 1.07 2.92 2.03 2.60 2.64 2.28 1.64 1.04 2.74 4.61 2.15 1.58 2.75 2.63 3.14 1.66 1.80 2.76 2.13 3.57 2.31 1.03 2.23 1.47 2.61 3.58 2.03 2.81 2.56 2.01 2.64 3.28 1.57 2.39 1.61 3.46 2.47 2.04 2.07 2.02 1.58 3.57 2.58 2.92 2.24 2.15 1.92 2.45 2.92 2.80 2.52 28 CDB/20 CWB TC SHC 3.28 1.63 3.02 1.65 4.14 1.48 1.75 2.04 2.96 2.66 1.02 1.61 2.03 2.25 1.96 2.61 3.11 1.47 3.07 23 CDB/16 CWB TC SHC 2.55 2.57 2.77 1.60 2.29 2.64 2.96 2.53 1.31 1.47 2.34 1.64 2.45 2.92 2.39 2.29 2.04 2.63 3.75 2.30 2.63 3.03 2.57 2.47 2.04 2.53 1.15 1.47 2.57 2.92 2.66 1.39 2.92 2.64 1.58 2.48 1.92 2.57 2.03 2.77 1.11 2.58 2.61 2.69 2.46 2.23 1.61 3.53 1.04 2.58 2.74 4.96 2.81 2.47 2.23 2.92 Indoor Temperature 26 CDB/18 CWB 27 CDB/19 CWB TC SHC TC SHC 3.31 1.31 1.20 1.69 4.57 2.04 2.77 1.96 2.81 2.05 3.13 3.07 2.75 2.81 2.63 3.15 1.74 4.04 1.63 2.54 2.81 2.13 3.69 1.24 2.47 2.47 2.96 2.03 2.14 1.14 1.61 3.63 3.56 2.31 1.80 2.63 3.62 3.60 2.14 1.04 2.61 2.28 1.29 2.15 2.64 1.64 2.29 2.04 2.14 1.46 2.64 2.04 2.02 1.39 2.62 3.91 2.63 2.43 1.66 1.74 4.51 28 CDB/20 CWB TC SHC 2.06 3.65 4.24 2.55 2.63 2.14 1.04 2.61 3.77 1.39 2.04 2.30 2.65 4.14 1.07 2.46 2.31 1.04 2.06 3.56 2.

54 4.35 3.68 4.11 4.49 4.54 2.30 3.95 3.47 5.47 6.00 5.96 3.66 4.12 4.49 4.71 8.15 4.00 5.29 2.47 5.88 5.27 5.90 4.47 6.87 5.72 3.87 6.59 5.13 3.08 3.47 6.00 5.47 3.35 6.47 5.31 4.90 4.72 3.55 3.55 3.95 3.04 6.68 4.06 3.59 5.47 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 6.12 4.23 3.61 5.31 3.13 3.29 2.73 9.13 4.88 5.35 6.55 3.92 6.47 3.68 8.68 4.89 5.92 6.13 4.52 5.47 3.95 3.47 3.28 3.55 3.87 5.59 7.73 9.65 7.89 5.66 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 6.88 5.95 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 4.35 3.59 5.90 4.87 3.91 5.61 5.12 4.08 4.45 3.72 3.06 4.87 5.67 8.54 2.13 5.59 5.31 4.47 5.32 3.06 4.47 6.90 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 5.82 9.12 4.45 3.47 6.72 3.27 5.30 3.28 3.99 6.17 5.54 2.05 6.94 8.13 4.83 9.85 5.99 3.87 5.65 7. CEILING WALL TYPE (2/2) MODEL : AW14 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 3.53 5.09 4.52 5.66 4.45 3.05 6.47 3.88 5.61 5.72 3.49 3.17 5.12 4.90 6.29 2.88 5.08 3.30 3.68 8.05 3.41 5.83 6.45 3.68 8.91 9.47 3.89 7.20 4.52 5.13 4.58 8.05 3.82 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 6.88 5.40 3.87 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB TC SHC 5.72 3.10 3.94 8.59 5.08 3.85 5.35 6.31 3.14 4.56 5.61 5.55 3.68 4.31 4.35 6.68 4.45 3.67 8.61 5.19 3.45 3.94 8.85 5.49 4.90 4.27 5.47 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 3.94 8.90 6.40 3.00 5.66 MODEL : AW24 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 5.54 2.85 5.53 5.87 6.12 4.89 5.12 4.06 3.41 5.31 3.14 4.31 3.88 5.89 7.06 4.88 5.94 8.89 7.89 7.30 3.13 3.85 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 5.82 6.87 5.68 4.14 4.69 5.55 3.89 5.05 3.37 5.14 4.31 4.82 7.86 3.79 28 CDB/20 CWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC 5.22 4.47 6.49 4.89 7.72 3.54 2.85 7.29 2.13 3.81 7.04 5.70 9.08 3.29 2.94 8.12 4.17 5.02 8.90 4.91 9.90 6.03 7.66 4.72 3.12 4.13 4.90 4.47 5.49 4.07 3.COOLING CAPACITY 4-8-9.47 5.61 5.82 5.59 8.92 7.53 5.59 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 6.85 5.95 3.08 3.45 3.87 6.40 3.08 3.06 4.89 7.28 3.59 5.90 4.12 4.14 4.68 3.65 7.95 3.89 7.90 4.41 5.13 4.12 4.00 5.95 3.77 3.28 3.47 6.14 4.68 8.08 8.26 5.92 7.81 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 8.66 4.54 2.65 7.13 4.05 3.53 5.89 5.06 4.35 6.47 6.67 8.30 3.12 4.65 7.49 4.28 3.35 6.82 5.47 5.92 6.97 4.35 6.65 7.47 3.65 7.65 7.30 3.68 8.66 4.67 4.35 5.24 5.88 5.49 4.52 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 8.05 3.53 5.28 3.92 6.47 3.88 5.00 5.68 4.46 28 CDB/20 CWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC 8.05 3.61 5.02 28 CDB/20 CWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC 4.53 5.13 3.65 7.87 6.90 6.66 4.59 5.53 5.54 2.87 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB TC SHC 6.45 3.29 2.52 5.14 4.05 3.14 4.87 5.05 6.12 4.68 4.31 4.54 2.50 2.13 3.28 3.49 4.65 7.53 5.88 5.90 4.47 6.92 6.30 3.13 3.45 3.40 3.67 8.13 3.35 3.12 4.74 5.68 4.28 3.88 5.53 5.61 5.88 5.06 4.67 4.12 4.47 6.89 5.30 3.12 4.09 4.73 9.14 4.68 8.47 5.90 6.15 4.30 3.89 5.10 8.92 6.31 3.88 5.95 4.00 5.40 3.89 7.05 6.42 5.47 8.35 6.89 5.08 3.90 6.47 6.47 3.90 4.05 3.58 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 9.12 4.06 3.06 4.35 3.89 7.89 5.10 8.08 3.40 3.41 5.89 5.05 3.68 8.35 3.59 5.00 5.90 6.59 5.55 3.27 5.49 4.55 3.37 5.88 5.35 3.08 3.07 4.40 3.14 4.27 5.95 3.14 4.67 4.67 4.22 4.13 3.27 5.87 5.05 3.95 3.04 3.10 8.29 2.31 3.06 3.35 6.00 5.90 6.87 5.61 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 7.66 4.17 5.06 3.68 4.67 8.20 5.12 4.67 8.52 5.50 4.62 9.59 5.54 2.12 4.92 6.94 8.41 5.59 5.28 3.89 7.12 4.12 4.91 9.12 4.95 3.80 4.35 6.12 4.31 4.61 5.10 8.05 6.29 2.87 6.53 5.87 5.69 5.06 4.31 4.87 6.06 4.90 6.10 8.40 3.68 8.05 6.29 2.78 4.65 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB TC SHC 8.12 4.24 5.96 26 CDB/18 CWB 79 FDB/64 FWB TC SHC 5.97 3.29 2.10 8.70 5.12 4.90 4.85 5.55 3.68 7.08 4.28 3.05 6.13 4.30 3.67 8.54 2.54 2.06 4.73 9.59 5.66 4.31 4.47 3.66 4.66 4.31 4.53 5.87 6.47 3.85 5.85 5.73 9.47 5.40 3.52 5.87 6.13 4.08 3.29 2.53 3.87 6.23 3.47 5.85 5.66 4.55 3.63 4.68 8.67 8.28 3.85 5.90 6.12 4.87 6.08 3.22 5.06 3.68 8.12 4.67 4.30 3.87 6.35 3.72 3.49 4.13 3.67 8.90 6.67 8.54 2.17 5.17 5.02 4.73 9.72 3.55 3.12 4.17 5.90 4.95 3.45 3.14 3.73 9.21 5.72 3.49 4.41 5.63 3.12 4.13 3.92 6.21 3.61 5.53 5.67 8.47 5.13 3.35 TC : Total Capacity kW SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity kW .61 5.68 4.90 6.35 3.05 3.89 7.31 4.05 3.36 5.06 23 CDB/16 CWB 73 FDB/61 FWB TC SHC 4.85 5.35 6.35 6.66 4.53 5.95 3.31 3.67 4.86 5.87 5.41 2.73 9.36 3.06 3.67 4.65 7.72 7.87 6.88 5.14 4.13 30 CDB/22 CWB 86 FDB/72 FWB TC SHC 5.68 4.00 5.89 5.12 4.31 3.35 INDOOR UNIT ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 4.24 3.13 4.12 Indoor Temperature 27 CDB/19 CWB 81 FDB/66 FWB TC SHC 4.17 5.89 5.27 5.49 4.29 2.85 6.54 2.28 3.30 3.00 5.12 4.41 5.87 5.66) - INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AW18 Outdoor Temperature .49 4.12 4.45 3.41 5.90 9.65 7.68 4.61 5.88 5.45 3.08 3.05 3.10 8.45 3.(04 .06 3.91 9.47 6.90 6.47 3.40 3.59 5.45 3.30 3.40 3.91 9.61 MODEL : AW30 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) 10 15 20 23 25 27 30 33 35 37 40 45 52 ( FDB) 50 59 68 73 77 81 86 91 95 99 104 113 125 20 CDB/15 CWB 68 FDB/59 FWB TC SHC 6.68 8.91 9.88 5.95 3.40 3.66 4.24 32 CDB/23 CWB 90 FDB/73 FWB TC SHC 9.98 6.85 5.94 8.87 5.13 4.71 28 CDB/20 CWB 82 FDB/68 FWB TC SHC 7.06 4.31 4.29 2.88 5.06 4.91 9.00 5.12 4.52 5.08 3.28 3.65 3.13 3.

37 4. 36 3. 83 5. 16 3. 26 5. 55 7. 10 3. 83 3. 45 3. 37 4. 50 2. 76 3. 93 6. 54 8.67) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature . 58 4. 44 2. 22 6. 25 5. 42 5. 54 3. 60 2. 03 2. 34 4. 38 5. 69 3. 42 5. 33 5. 90 8. 77 4. 04 4. 39 4. 22 3. 70 6. 17 3. 24 4. 12 3. 93 6. 70 6. CAPACITY TABLE HEATING 4-9-1. 28 3. 87 2. 42 5. 50 4. 14 4. 42 5. 97 2. 29 5. 87 4. 26 4. 00 4. 42 3. 90 TC : Total Capacity kW . 35 6. 05 2. 67 4. 90 4. 37 4. 14 MODEL : AB14 ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 3. 67 4. 29 MODEL : AB24 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 5. 48 4. 60 5. 50 3. 33 5.HEATING CAPACITY 4-9. 68 5. 78 4. 51 5. 69 3. 37 3. 97 5. 69 3. 17 3. 97 5. 10 3. 49 5. 50 4. 33 5. 66 6. 69 3. 92 3. 37 4. 14 6. 53 5. 00 4. 04 4. 38 3. 42 3. 97 5. 83 5. 33 5. 21 8. 71 4. 53 5. 93 6. 00 4. 69 4. 60 5. 81 3. 99 4. 90 8. 42 3. 67 4. 46 5. 29 6. 35 7. 67 4. 96 2. 78 4. 04 4. 98 8. 93 6. 48 6. 92 3. 97 5. 89 3. 14 4. 17 3. 62 4. 69 3. 29 6. 50 4. 96 8. 66 2. 00 3. 93 6. 42 3. 35 5. 42 3. 83 5. 55 3. 60 5. 42 3. 21 5. 05 3. 17 3. 83 MODEL : AB18 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 3. 50 4. 90 8. 04 4. 14 4. 12 4. 69 3. 55 4. 67 4. 10 3. 33 3. 77 4. 17 3. 74 4. 04 4. 83 5. 20 4. UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE MODEL : AB12 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 2. 83 4. 24 3. 00 4. 98 8. 63 3. 42 5. 02 3. 75 2. 70 4. 90 8. 92 3. 21 7. 21 8. 85 3. 17 6. 33 4. 56 5. 83 5. 70 6. 29 6. 04 5. 86 5. 13 4. 70 6. 90 7. 14 4. 42 3.(04 . 21 7. 74 3. 55 5. 82 5. 60 5. 83 5. 50 4. 61 3. 17 4. 29 6. 84 4. 14 4. 10 3. 80 2.

9 14. 5 13. 4 10. 3 11. 98 10. 93 6. 4 10. 58 6. 98 MODEL : AB36 ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 41 RH85% 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 7. 19 7. 67 8. 4 16. 1 15. 36 6. 0 14. 98 10. 2 13. 0 10. 7 12. 57 8. 92 8. 3 11. 2 13. 19 7. 7 9. 5 16. 00 8. 1 TC : Total Capacity kW . 6 9. 4 10. 20 MODEL : AB45 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 41 RH85% 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 9. 63 8. 2 10. 87 7. 8 14. 7 10. 73 7. 5 10. 2 13. 58 6. 15 12. 92 8. 39 9. 40 8. 9 11. 2 12. 22 6. 0 14. 27 6. 94 6. 6 13. 29 7. 9 15. 51 7. 3 11. 58 6. 71 9. 58 6. 6 13. 0 11. 3 11. 5 11. 20 12. 5 15. 1 18. 83 8. 1 12. 88 8. LARGE CEILING TYPE MODEL : AB30 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 6. 5 15. 14 6. 1 9. 15 9. 98 8. 26 9. 6 9. 69 8. 5 15. 10 8. 7 12. 2 13. 20 8. 5 16. 65 7. 5 11. 92 8. 1 17. 77 6. 20 8. 98 10. 2 13. 10 8. 5 MODEL : AB54 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 41 RH85% 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 10. 6 13. 36 6. 2 12. 2 12. 4 10. 20 10.68) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature . 92 8. 1 18. 8 14. 7 9. 14 7. 3 11. 9 15. 58 6. 20 12. 4 16. 55 5. 8 10. 2 10. 10 8. 5 11. 3 11. 48 7. 4 10. 4 16. 9 15. 8 14. 8 14. 9 11. 92 8. 10 8. 2 12. 7 9. 58 9. 4 10. 7 12. 7 12. 37 9. 7 13. 19 7. 0 9. 6 10. 92 8. 90 5. 20 11. 15 7. 15 11. 5 16. 7 11. 2 14. 8 14. 35 8. 4 10. 20 12. 3 13. 0 9. 1 14. 4 13. 6 9. 64 9. 1 9. 0 10.HEATING CAPACITY 4-9-2. 19 7. 4 10. 7 12. 71 9.(04 . 8 12. 63 8. 2 12. 93 10. 32 7. 4 11. 11 5. 08 7. 19 7. 58 6. 53 6. 7 9. 90 9. 41 5. 72 6. 54 8. 98 10. 4 10. 4 12. 1 18. 4 11. 90 7. 71 9. 19 6. 63 8. 6 13. 9 15. 6 13. 4 10. 0 12. 63 8. 63 8. 76 5. 71 9.

13 4. 04 1. 21 2. 37 4. 21 2. 04 3. 61 2. 38 3. 04 1. 96 1. 45 2. 69 3. 88 2. 04 1. 45 2. 29 6. 58 2. 22 3. 15 4. 10 3. 29 5. 10 2. 96 2. 60 5. 04 4. 02 1. 64 2. 65 3. 93 2. 11 3. 04 4. 85 2. 61 2. 12 2. 45 3. 79 2. 29 6. 42 3. 76 3. 69 3. 32 4. 02 3. 14 4. 25 5. 12 4. 14 4. 87 2. 62 3. 77 4. 88 2. 32 4. 66 2. 12 2. 24 2. 87 1. 04 4. 08 2. 37 4. 74 3. 62 4. 42 3. 29 2. 97 5. 67 4. 31 3. 67 4.(04 . 88 2. 56 2. 04 1. 61 3. 79 2. 37 4. 97 5. 65 1. 92 3. 78 4. 60 2. 10 2. 10 3. 80 4. 10 2. 10 2.69) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature . 97 5. 31 3. 42 3. 68 5. 21 2. 44 3. 53 6. 37 3. 55 1. 81 1. 80 4. 05 3. 31 3. 32 5. 58 4. 86 2. 28 3. 32 4. 50 2. 38 3. 45 2. 33 3. 42 1. 42 3. 58 2. 58 2. 61 2. 39 4. 83 3. 12 4. 67 4.HEATING CAPACITY 4-9-3. 68 MODEL : AR18 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 3. 51 5. 80 4. 84 4. 69 3. 31 3. 67 4. 50 4. 00 3. 21 2. 44 2. 68 5. 59 1. 14 MODEL : AR14 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 3. 24 4. 12 4. 00 3. 67 4. 29 6. 62 3. 88 MODEL : AR9 ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 2. 53 5. 49 1. 54 3. 00 3. 92 3. 48 4. 97 5. 68 5. 21 2. 07 2. 68 2. 04 4. 47 3. 79 2. 29 6. 72 2. 91 2. 69 3. 60 5. 32 4. 75 2. 03 2. 04 1. 85 2. 84 1. 10 3. 34 2. 12 4. 68 5. 21 4. 45 2. 38 3. 01 1. 61 2. 14 4. 42 3. 12 3. 37 4. 00 3. 38 3. 96 3. 88 2. 48 2. 38 3. 77 3. 85 3. 68 4. 96 2. 89 1. 71 4. 71 1. 68 1. 46 1. 28 3. 63 3. 80 4. 60 5. 58 2. 06 2. 40 2. 04 2. 49 5. 92 1. 84 3. 60 5. 79 2. 74 4. 30 2. 17 2. 38 MODEL : AR12 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 2. 55 4. 42 3. 71 4. 60 5. 58 2. 38 3. 79 2. 22 3. 58 5. 80 2. 78 4. 54 3. 61 2. 10 3. 21 5. 88 2. 78 3. 36 2. 14 4. COMPACT DUCT TYPE MODEL : AR7 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 1. 29 TC : Total Capacity kW . 77 1. 14 4. 69 3. 26 4. 04 4. 00 3. 32 4. 36 3. 43 2. 60 5. 79 2. 86 2. 55 3. 04 2. 35 5. 96 1.

54 6. 90 5. 15 7. 4 11. 4 10. 6 9. 71 8. 79 6. 4 13. 63 8. 93 6. 10 8. 5 10. 35 8. 3 11. 83 8. 97 4. 85 7. 3 11. 10 8. 37 9. 90 9. 55 5. 93 10. 1 9. 54 6. 71 9. 85 7. 19 7. 5 15. 9 14. 15 11. 7 12. 1 12. 7 9. 5 TC : Total Capacity kW . 7 12. 9 11. 6 9. 02 8. 6 9. 73 7. 92 8. 7 10. 5 15. 53 6. 15 9. 27 5. 5 11. 92 8. 58 6. 37 7. 20 12. 70 7. 02 9. 63 8. 02 9. 79 4. 7 9. 67 5. 85 7. 07 6. 3 11. 58 6. 37 5. 26 9. 37 7. 9 11. 10 8. 02 9. 20 11. 58 6. 98 5. 29 7. 5 16. 3 11. 14 6. 98 8. 07 6. 11 5. 5 16. 92 8. 92 8. 58 9. 7 12. 92 8. 63 8. DUCT TYPE MODEL : AR25 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 5. 1 9. 58 6. 58 6. 07 6. 19 7. 13 8. 7 9. 71 9. 2 14. 69 8. 00 8. 4 10. 16 8.70) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature . 51 7. 4 10. 98 10. 48 7. 88 8. 08 7. 16 6. 02 MODEL : AR30 ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 6. 37 7. 54 6. 6 13. 50 7. 5 11. 79 5. 14 7. 4 10. 20 8. 19 7. 98 10. 5 13. 09 4. 0 9. 7 12. 22 6. 37 7. 0 14. 6 13. 48 6. 58 6.HEATING CAPACITY 4-9-4. 85 7. 55 5. 92 8. 54 8. 41 5. 19 7. 4 10. 77 6. 98 10. 20 12. 25 6. 76 5. 3 11. 54 6. 4 10. 54 6. 2 10. 4 10. 3 11. 0 14. 65 7. 10 8.(04 . 87 7. 60 6. 4 10. 49 5. 98 10. 07 6. 20 8. 20 10. 36 7. 94 6. 0 10. 67 4. 57 8. 7 9. 5 11. 07 6. 98 MODEL : AR36 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 7. 02 7. 63 8. 4 10. 71 9. 29 6. 36 6. 20 12. 72 6. 6 13. 67 8. 40 8. 63 8. 20 MODEL : AR45 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 9. 27 6. 8 12. 90 7. 6 13. 32 7. 19 6. 36 6. 71 9. 4 10. 19 7. 16 8.

7 12. 0 14. 20 12. 5 19. 15 7. 5 18. 5 13. 6 13. 92 8. 63 8. 5 10. 4 10. 90 9. 4 10. 1 13. 6 15. 1 9. 9 14. 7 9. 63 8. 5 TC : Total Capacity kW . 8 17. 4 11. 4 10. 36 6. 4 10. 7 10. 4 10. 35 8. 8 11. 37 9. 7 9. 5 11. 1 12. HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE MODEL : AR36H Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 7. 20 12. 19 6. 0 12. 8 17.71) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature . 8 14. 63 8. 5 18. 6 13. 93 10. 8 12. 3 11. 8 17. 4 10. 5 11. 20 12. 0 10. 4 10. 7 9. 63 8. 20 8. 3 12. 73 7. 5 18. 53 6. 57 8. 5 20. 58 9. 7 12. 88 8. 8 13. 3 16. 92 8. 7 13. 5 17. 2 14. 63 8. 7 13. 7 12. 5 20. 3 11. 4 13. 4 10. 00 8. 5 10. 5 14. 5 16. 6 15. 5 18. 2 13. 4 11. 9 11. 3 11. 20 10. 7 13. 3 11. 0 9. 3 11. 15 9. 5 20. 83 8. 67 8. 8 14. 8 14. 5 15. 14 7. 5 15.(04 . 92 8. 8 17. 7 9. 7 10. 7 13. 5 16. 48 7. 5 15. 6 15. 4 10. 90 7. 8 14. 20 MODEL : AR45H ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 9. 8 16. 15 11. 2 14. 5 11. 6 15. 8 14. 0 14. 77 6. 4 13. 3 11. 20 11. 0 11. 6 13. 32 7. 6 13. 8 15.HEATING CAPACITY 4-9-5. 92 8. 7 12. 26 9. 40 8. 8 14. 1 10. 2 10. 5 MODEL : AR60H Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 11. 20 8. 7 13. 9 11. 4 10. 7 12. 94 6. 92 8.

64 4. 66 3. 08 2. 62 3. 21 2. 81 5. 18 6. 75 3. 03 2. 54 4. 34 5. 21 2. 14 4. 91 4. 69 3. 74 2. 55 1. 06 2. 02 1. 80 2. 69 3. 21 2. 18 6. 36 5. 78 3. 45 2. 05 3. 05 3. 50 4. 18 6. 75 3. 78 4. 04 1. 38 3. 91 2. 92 2. 34 2. 58 2. 88 2. 69 3. 16 4. 14 4. 44 2. 69 3. 75 2. 86 2. 73 3. 28 4. 91 4. 23 4. 45 4. 81 5. 22 4. 61 2. 81 5. 18 6. 04 2. 14 4. 22 3. 92 1. 38 3. 15 4. 45 4. 03 2. 45 2. 53 3. 88 MODEL : AU9 ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 2. 05 3. 58 4. 48 2. 37 4.(04 . 40 2. 61 2. 55 3. 75 3. 30 2. 94 3. 14 4. 60 2. 02 3. 10 3. 45 5. 81 1. 14 4. 12 2. 69 3. 12 3. 42 3. 71 4. 68 2. 43 2. 25 4. 36 5. 88 2. 54 4. 32 3. 10 2. 45 MODEL : AU18 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 3. 50 4. 64 2. 10 3. 61 2. 10 2. 86 2. 99 4. 62 3. 36 2. 75 3. 04 1. 38 3. 45 4. 37 4. 45 5. 01 3. 81 3. 37 4. 45 3. 96 2. 80 4. 60 3. 25 4. 45 4. 38 3. 80 4. 24 2. 88 2. 79 2. 31 3. 12 2. 85 2. 45 5.72) - INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Outdoor Temperature . 79 3. 42 3. 08 3. 79 2. 42 3. 20 5. 61 3. 45 4. 74 3. 28 3. 79 3. 92 3. 45 3. 24 3. 10 2. 10 2. 31 3. 04 1. 81 5. 67 2. 78 4. 30 4. 15 3. 80 4. 05 3. 45 2. 50 4. 89 1. 68 1. 07 2. 50 4. 38 MODEL : AU12 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 2. 79 2. 18 TC : Total Capacity kW . 04 1. 91 4. 88 2. 54 4. 72 2. 61 2. 41 4. 91 4. 42 3. 38 3. 25 3. 10 3. 10 3. 17 2.HEATING CAPACITY 4-9-6. 37 4. 02 3. 11 4. 21 2. 77 4. 77 1. 21 2. 29 2. 53 3. 61 3. 45 2. 96 1. 54 4. 91 4. 31 3. 61 2. 59 1. 85 3. 50 2. 58 2. 58 2. 71 1. 87 1. 54 4. 14 MODEL : AU14 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 3. 34 5. 44 3. 05 3. 04 1. 38 3. 58 2. 84 1. 89 3. COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE MODEL : AU7 Outdoor Temperature ( CDB) -15 -10 -5 0 5 7 10 15 ( FDB) RH 5 14 23 32 RH85% 41 45 50 59 Indoor Temperature 15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB 59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB TC TC TC TC TC TC 1. 75 3. 45 4. 42 1. 80 4. 49 1. 85 2. 01 1. 04 5. 96 1. 96 2. 88 2. 79 2. 66 2. 56 2. 65 1. 36 4. 37 3. 18 5. 58 2. 32 3. 50 4. 43 3. 71 3. 87 2. 31 3. 42 3. 55 4. 46 1.

HEATING CAPACITY
4-9-7. CASSETTE TYPE (1/2)
MODEL : AU20
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB
59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
3. 89
3. 76
3. 67
3. 54
3. 45
3. 36
4. 42
4. 28
4. 19
4. 06
3. 97
3. 88
5. 02
4. 88
4. 78
4. 64
4. 55
4. 45
5. 69
5. 54
5. 44
5. 22
4. 83
4. 45
6. 43
6. 19
5. 80
5. 22
4. 83
4. 45
6. 75
6. 19
5. 80
5. 22
4. 83
4. 45
6. 77
6. 19
5. 80
5. 22
4. 83
4. 45
6. 77
6. 19
5. 80
5. 22
4. 83
4. 45

MODEL : AU25
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB
59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
5. 27
5. 09
4. 97
4. 79
4. 67
4. 55
5. 98
5. 79
5. 67
5. 49
5. 37
5. 25
6. 79
6. 60
6. 48
6. 29
6. 16
6. 02
7. 70
7. 50
7. 36
7. 07
6. 54
6. 02
8. 71
8. 37
7. 85
7. 07
6. 54
6. 02
9. 13
8. 37
7. 85
7. 07
6. 54
6. 02
9. 16
8. 37
7. 85
7. 07
6. 54
6. 02
9. 16
8. 37
7. 85
7. 07
6. 54
6. 02

MODEL : AU30
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB
59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
6. 11
5. 90
5. 76
5. 55
5. 41
5. 27
6. 93
6. 72
6. 58
6. 36
6. 22
6. 08
7. 87
7. 65
7. 51
7. 29
7. 14
6. 98
8. 92
8. 69
8. 54
8. 19
7. 58
6. 98
10. 1
9. 71
9. 10
8. 19
7. 58
6. 98
10. 6
9. 71
9. 10
8. 19
7. 58
6. 98
10. 6
9. 71
9. 10
8. 19
7. 58
6. 98
10. 6
9. 71
9. 10
8. 19
7. 58
6. 98

TC : Total Capacity kW

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INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

Outdoor
Temperature

HEATING CAPACITY
4-9-7. CASSETTE TYPE (2/2)
MODEL : AU36
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB
59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
7. 19
6. 94
6. 77
6. 53
6. 36
6. 20
8. 15
7. 90
7. 73
7. 48
7. 32
7. 15
9. 26
9. 00
8. 83
8. 57
8. 40
8. 20
10. 5
10. 2
10. 0
9. 63
8. 92
8. 20
11. 9
11. 4
10. 7
9. 63
8. 92
8. 20
12. 4
11. 4
10. 7
9. 63
8. 92
8. 20
12. 5
11. 4
10. 7
9. 63
8. 92
8. 20
12. 5
11. 4
10. 7
9. 63
8. 92
8. 20

MODEL : AU45
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB
59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
9. 20
8. 88
8. 67
8. 35
8. 14
7. 93
10. 4
10. 1
9. 90
9. 58
9. 37
9. 15
11. 9
11. 5
11. 3
11. 0
10. 7
10. 5
13. 4
13. 1
12. 8
12. 3
11. 4
10. 5
15. 2
14. 6
13. 7
12. 3
11. 4
10. 5
15. 9
14. 6
13. 7
12. 3
11. 4
10. 5
16. 0
14. 6
13. 7
12. 3
11. 4
10. 5
16. 0
14. 6
13. 7
12. 3
11. 4
10. 5

MODEL : AU54
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB 18 CDB 20 CDB 23 CDB 25 CDB 27 CDB
59 FDB 64 FDB 68 FDB 73 FDB 77 FDB 81 FDB
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
10. 6
10. 2
10. 0
9. 64
9. 39
9. 15
12. 0
11. 7
11. 4
11. 0
10. 8
10. 6
13. 7
13. 3
13. 0
12. 7
12. 4
12. 1
15. 5
15. 1
14. 8
14. 2
13. 2
12. 1
17. 5
16. 9
15. 8
14. 2
13. 2
12. 1
18. 4
16. 9
15. 8
14. 2
13. 2
12. 1
18. 4
16. 9
15. 8
14. 2
13. 2
12. 1
18. 4
16. 9
15. 8
14. 2
13. 2
12. 1

TC : Total Capacity kW

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INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

Outdoor
Temperature

HEATING CAPACITY
4-9-8. WALL MOUNTED TYPE
MODEL : AS18
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
3.76
4.26
4.84
5.49
6.21
6.51
6.53
6.53

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
3.63
4.13
4.71
5.35
5.97
5.97
5.97
5.97

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
3.54
4.05
4.62
5.25
5.60
5.60
5.60
5.60

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
5.06
5.76
6.56
7.45
8.32
8.32
8.32
8.32

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
4.94
5.64
6.43
7.32
7.80
7.80
7.80
7.80

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
5. 90
6. 72
7. 65
8. 69
9. 71
9. 71
9. 71
9. 71

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
5. 76
6. 58
7. 51
8. 54
9. 10
9. 10
9. 10
9. 10

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
3.42
3.92
4.48
5.04
5.04
5.04
5.04
5.04

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
3.33
3.83
4.39
4.67
4.67
4.67
4.67
4.67

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
3.24
3.74
4.29
4.29
4.29
4.29
4.29
4.29

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
4.64
5.33
6.12
6.50
6.50
6.50
6.50
6.50

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
4.52
5.21
5.98
5.98
5.98
5.98
5.98
5.98

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
5. 41
6. 22
7. 14
7. 58
7. 58
7. 58
7. 58
7. 58

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
5. 27
6. 08
6. 98
6. 98
6. 98
6. 98
6. 98
6. 98

MODEL : AS24
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
5.24
5.94
6.75
7.65
8.65
9.07
9.10
9.10

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
4.76
5.45
6.25
7.02
7.02
7.02
7.02
7.02

MODEL : AS30
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
6. 11
6. 93
7. 87
8. 92
10. 1
10. 6
10. 6
10. 6

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
5. 55
6. 36
7. 29
8. 19
8. 19
8. 19
8. 19
8. 19

TC : Total Capacity kW

- (04 - 75) -

INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

Outdoor
Temperature

HEATING CAPACITY
4-9-9. CEILING WALL TYPE (1/2)
MODEL : AW7
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
1. 65
1. 87
2. 12
2. 40
2. 72
2. 85
2. 86
2. 86

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
1. 59
1. 81
2. 06
2. 34
2. 61
2. 61
2. 61
2. 61

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
1. 55
1. 77
2. 02
2. 30
2. 45
2. 45
2. 45
2. 45

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
2. 01
2. 29
2. 61
2. 96
3. 31
3. 31
3. 31
3. 31

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
1. 96
2. 24
2. 56
2. 91
3. 10
3. 10
3. 10
3. 10

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
2. 66
3. 03
3. 45
3. 92
4. 37
4. 37
4. 37
4. 37

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
2. 60
2. 96
3. 38
3. 85
4. 10
4. 10
4. 10
4. 10

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
1. 49
1. 71
1. 96
2. 21
2. 21
2. 21
2. 21
2. 21

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
1. 46
1. 68
1. 92
2. 04
2. 04
2. 04
2. 04
2. 04

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
1. 42
1. 64
1. 88
1. 88
1. 88
1. 88
1. 88
1. 88

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
1. 84
2. 12
2. 43
2. 58
2. 58
2. 58
3. 58
3. 58

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
1. 79
2. 07
2. 38
2. 38
2. 38
2. 38
2. 38
2. 38

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
2. 44
2. 80
3. 22
3. 42
3. 42
3. 42
3. 42
3. 42

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
2. 37
2. 74
3. 14
3. 14
3. 14
3. 14
3. 14
3. 14

INDOOR
UNIT

Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
2. 08
2. 36
2. 68
3. 04
3. 44
3. 61
3. 62
3. 62

Indoor Temperature

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
1. 89
2. 17
2. 48
2. 79
2. 79
2. 79
2. 79
2. 79

MODEL : AW12
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
2. 75
3. 12
3. 55
4. 02
4. 55
4. 77
4. 78
4. 78

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
2. 50
2. 87
3. 28
3. 69
3. 69
3. 69
3. 69
3. 69

TC : Total Capacity kW

- (04 - 76) -

INDOOR
UNIT

MODEL : AW9

HEATING CAPACITY
4-9-9. CEILING WALL TYPE (2/2)
MODEL : AW14
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
3.22
3.65
4.15
4.71
5.32
5.58
5.60
5.60

Indoor Temperature

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
3.11
3.54
4.04
4.58
5.12
5.12
5.12
5.12

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
3.04
3.47
3.96
4.50
4.80
4.80
4.80
4.80

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
3.76
4.28
4.88
5.54
6.19
6.19
6.19
6.19

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
3.67
4.19
4.78
5.44
5.80
5.80
5.80
5.80

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
4.99
5.68
6.48
7.35
8.21
8.21
8.21
8.21

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
4.87
5.56
6.35
7.22
7.70
7.70
7.70
7.70

18 CDB
64 FDB
TC
5.71
6.50
7.40
8.40
9.39
9.39
9.39
9.39

20 CDB
68 FDB
TC
5.57
6.36
7.26
8.25
8.80
8.80
8.80
8.80

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
2.93
3.36
3.84
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
2.85
3.28
3.77
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
2.78
3.21
3.68
3.68
3.68
3.68
3.68
3.68

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
3.45
3.97
4.55
4.83
4.83
4.83
4.83
4.83

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
3.36
3.88
4.45
4.45
4.45
4.45
4.45
4.45

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
4.58
5.26
6.04
6.42
6.42
6.42
6.42
6.42

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
4.46
5.14
5.90
5.90
5.90
5.90
5.90
5.90

25 CDB
77 FDB
TC
5.23
6.02
6.90
7.33
7.33
7.33
7.33
7.33

27 CDB
81 FDB
TC
5.10
5.88
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75

MODEL : AW18
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
3.89
4.42
5.02
5.69
6.43
6.75
6.77
6.77

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
3.54
4.06
4.64
5.22
5.22
5.22
5.22
5.22

MODEL : AW24
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

Indoor Temperature

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
5.17
5.86
6.66
7.55
8.54
8.96
8.98
8.98

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
4.70
5.38
6.17
6.93
6.93
6.93
6.93
6.93

MODEL : AW30
Outdoor
Temperature
( CDB)
-15
-10
-5
0
5
7
10
15

( FDB)
RH
5
14
23
32 RH85%
41
45
50
59

15 CDB
59 FDB
TC
5.91
6.70
7.61
8.63
9.76
10.2
10.3
10.3

Indoor Temperature

23 CDB
73 FDB
TC
5.37
6.15
7.05
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92

TC : Total Capacity kW

- (04 - 77) -

INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

Outdoor
Temperature

4-10. AIR VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION
4-10-1. UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE
MODELS : AB12, AB14 (FLOOR CONSOLE)
Unit: m/s

(m) 2
1

TOP VIEW
VERTICAL : Forward
HORIZONTAL : Center

0

0.5

1.0

2.0

0.25

1
0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

(m)

Unit: m/s

(m)

INDOOR
UNIT

9

INDOOR
UNIT

2

3
0.25

2

0.5

1
TOP VIEW
0
VERTICAL : Forward
1
HORIZONTAL : Right & Left

1.0

HORIZONTAL: Right

1.0

HORIZONTAL: Left

2.0

Condition
Fan speed : High
Operation mode : Fan
Voltage : 240V

0.5

2

0.25

3
0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

(m)

9

Unit: m/s

(m)
3
2
SIDE VIEW
VERTICAL : Forward
HORIZONTAL : Center

1.0

2.0

0

1

2

3

4

Unit: m/s

(m)

5

1

1

(m)

9

Unit: m/s
0.5
0.25

1.0

2.0

1
2

8

2

2.0

0

7

3

0.25

1.0

2

6

(m)

0.5

3

0.25

0.5

1

3

4

5

6

(m)

SIDE VIEW
VERTICAL : Center
HORIZONTAL : Center

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

SIDE VIEW
VERTICAL : Upward
HORIZONTAL : Center

- (04 - 78) -

(m)

(04 .5 HORIZONTAL : Right & Left 2 Voltage : 240V 0.25 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 0. AB14 (UNDER CEILING) (m) 2 Unit: m/s 1 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Upward 0 HORIZONTAL : Center 1 2 0 1 0.5 (m) 0 1 2 0.5 1.5 1.0 1 1.25 5 6 0.0 1 2.0 2 3 4 5 0.0 2.0 HORIZONTAL: Left 2.0 2 VERTICAL : Upward HORIZONTAL : Center 1 1.25 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 SIDE VIEW 2.MODELS : AB12.0 0.0 0 1 2 3 4 Unit: m/s (m) 3 0.5 5 0.25 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 2 2 2.25 0.79) - (m) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 2 .0 Condition 1 VERTICAL : Upward 1.0 Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan 0.0 0 1 2 3 4 0.25 3 4 5 6 SIDE VIEW SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Center VERTICAL : Downward HORIZONTAL : Center HORIZONTAL : Center .5 1 0 TOP VIEW HORIZONTAL: Right 1.

5 3 5 6 7 Unit: m/s 3 1.5 1 1.25 1.80) - 6 (m) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 1 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Forward (m) 9 .25 8 0 1 2 3 4 5 SIDE VIEW SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Center VERTICAL : Up HORIZONTAL : Center HORIZONTAL : Center .5 0.5 3 0.0 HORIZONTAL : Center 0 1 2 3 4 Unit: m/s (m) 0.0 Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V HORIZONTAL: Left 2 0.MODEL : AB18 (FLOOR CONSOLE) Unit: m/s (m) 2 1 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Forward HORIZONTAL : Center 0 0.0 HORIZONTAL: Right Condition Fan speed : High 2.25 2 0.0 1 2 3 4 5 6 (m) 0.25 0.0 0.25 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Unit: m/s (m) 3 0.25 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 2 SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Forward 0.0 2.0 1.(04 .0 2.0 2 2.5 0 HORIZONTAL : Right & Left 1 1.5 1.0 2 1 0 1 2.0 (m) 9 (m) 0.

0 1 1.5 1.0 0 1 2 3 0.5 2 3 4 5 6 SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Down HORIZONTAL : Center .0 1 1.81) - (m) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 2 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Up HORIZONTAL : Right & Left (m) 9 .25 0.0 2.25 0.5 1.0 1 Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V HORIZONTAL: Left 1.MODEL : AB18 (UNDER CEILING) Unit: m/s (m) 2 1 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Up HORIZONTAL : Center 0 0.25 6 1.0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Unit: m/s (m) 3 0.5 3 0.0 1 2.0 1 0 HORIZONTAL: Right 2.(04 .0 0.5 4 5 0.5 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 2 2 2.25 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Unit: m/s (m) 3 0.0 2 0.25 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Forward HORIZONTAL : Center 2 2.0 (m) 0 SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Center HORIZONTAL : Center 1 0.25 0.

5 3 0.5 0.0 HORIZONTAL: Right 0 Condition 2.82) - 6 (m) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 1 HORIZONTAL : Right & Left (m) Unit: m/s (m) TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Forward 9 .25 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 0.25 2 0.0 2 Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V (50Hz) 220V (60Hz) 0.0 0.0 VERTICAL : Forward HORIZONTAL : Center 0 1 2 3 4 5 Unit: m/s (m) 0.5 1.0 0.0 3 0.0 2.0 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 (m) 0 1 2 3 4 5 SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Center SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Up HORIZONTAL : Center HORIZONTAL : Center .5 2 1.5 1.0 1 HORIZONTAL: Left 1.25 7 (m) 9 Unit: m/s 1.0 2 1 8 (m) 3 2.(04 .25 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3 0.25 0.25 2.5 1 SIDE VIEW 1.MODEL : AB24 (FLOOR CONSOLE) Unit: m/s (m) 2 1 TOP VIEW 0 VERTICAL : Forward HORIZONTAL : Center 2.0 2 6 0.

0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Unit: m/s (m) 0.0 0 1 2 2.5 2 1.(04 .5 1.25 0.0 0 2.25 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 3 2 2 2.0 0.0 1 Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V (50Hz) 220V (60Hz) HORIZONTAL: Left 1.0 1 0.0 2 0.5 1.0 1 3 4 5 0.0 1 SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Up HORIZONTAL : Center 1.0 (m) SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Center HORIZONTAL : Center 0 1 2 0.5 1.25 6 7 8 (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) 3 2 2.25 6 0.25 .5 6 0.0 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3 0.83) - 6 (m) INDOOR UNIT HORIZONTAL: Right 1 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Up HORIZONTAL : Right & Left (m) 9 Unit: m/s (m) INDOOR UNIT 0.25 3 4 5 SIDE VIEW VERTICAL : Down HORIZONTAL : Center .MODEL : AB24 (UNDER CEILING) (m) Unit: m/s 2 1 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : Up HORIZONTAL : Center 0 2.5 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 0.

25 1 Unit : (m / s) (m) 2 3 3 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m ) INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW VERTICAL : UP HORIZONTAL : CENTER 2 1 1 0. LARGE CEILING TYPE MODEL : AB30 Unit : (m / s) (m) 4 3 2 1 0 2 1 0.84) - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ( m ) SIDE VIEW FLAP : DOWN HORIZONTAL : CENTER INDOOR UNIT 0 1 2 .5 0.4-10-2.25 1 2 Unit : (m / s) (m) 3 4 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m ) 2 2 TOP VIEW VERTICAL : UP HORIZONTAL : RIGHT AND LEFT 1 1 0.25 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m ) SIDE VIEW FLAP : UP HORIZONTAL : CENTER .25 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ( m ) SIDE VIEW FLAP : CENTER HORIZONTAL : CENTER Unit : (m / s) (m) 4 3 2 1 0 2 1 1 0.5 0.5 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0.5 0.25 0.(04 .25 0 Unit : (m / s) (m) 3 2 1 0.5 0.5 0.

MODEL : AB36
Unit : (m / s)

(m)
4
3
2
1
0

2

1

0.5

0.25

1

Unit : (m / s)

(m)

2
3

3

4

2
3 4

5

6 7

8

2

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m )

TOP VIEW
VERTICAL : UP
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

1

1

0.5
0 1 2

INDOOR
UNIT

0

3 4

5

6 7

0.25
8

9 10 11 12 13 14 ( m )

INDOOR
UNIT

0 1 2

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : CENTER
HORIZONTAL : CENTER
Unit : (m / s)

(m)
4
3
2
1
0

2

1

0.5

0.25

0.5

0.25

1
1

2

Unit : (m / s)

(m)

3
4

3
0 1 2

3 4

5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m )
2

TOP VIEW
VERTICAL : UP
HORIZONTAL : RIGHT AND LEFT

1

2
1
0.5 0.25

0
Unit : (m / s)

(m)
3

2

1

0.5

0.25

2
1
0

0 1 2

3 4

5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m )

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : UP
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

- (04 - 85) -

0 1 2

3 4

5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 ( m )

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : DOWN
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

MODEL : AB45
Unit : (m / s)

(m)
4
3
2
1
0

2

1

0.5

0.25

1

Unit : (m / s)

(m)

2
3

3

4

2
3 4

5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m )

TOP VIEW
VERTICAL : UP
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

2
1

1

0.25
0.5

0 1 2

INDOOR
UNIT

0

3 4

5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 ( m )

INDOOR
UNIT

0 1 2

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : CENTER
HORIZONTAL : CENTER
Unit : (m / s)

(m)
4
3
2
1
0

2

1

0.5

0.25

0.5

0.25

1
1

2

Unit : (m / s)

(m)

3
4

3
0 1 2

3 4

5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m )
2

TOP VIEW
VERTICAL : UP
HORIZONTAL : RIGHT AND LEFT

1
0
Unit : (m / s)

(m)
3

2

1

0.5

0.25

2
1
0

0 1 2

3 4

5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ( m )

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : UP
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

- (04 - 86) -

2
1

0.25
0.5
0 1 2 3 4 5

6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 ( m )

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : DOWN
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

MODELS : AB54

TOP VIEW
VERTICAL : UP
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

Condition
Fan speed : High
Operation mode : Fan
Voltage : 240V

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : CENTER
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

TOP VIEW
VERTICAL : UP
HORIZONTAL : RIGHT AND LEFT

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : DOWN
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

SIDE VIEW
FLAP : UP
HORIZONTAL : CENTER

- (04 - 87) -

4-10-3. COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE

INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

MODELS : AU7,AU9

- (04 - 88) -

INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

MODELS : AU12, AU14

AIR DISCHARGE ANGLE

Upward
3

2

Downward

- (04 - 89) -

INDOOR
UNIT

INDOOR
UNIT

MODEL : AU18

AIR DISCHARGE ANGLE

Up
3

Down

- (04 - 90) -

2

4-10-4. CASSETTE TYPE INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AU20 .(04 .91) - .

25 5 6 7 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 2 1 1 0.25 1 2 2 1 0 0.5 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0.5 5 4 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 0.25 0.25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 2 2 1 0.25 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 2 2 1 1 0.5 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 .5 3 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 0.5 3 Note : Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : FAN Voltage : 240V 0.5 1 2 2 1 0.92) - 4 5 0.5 1 2 2 1 0.5 0 (m) (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 0 8 INDOOR UNIT 3 INDOOR UNIT 1 0.5 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 0.25 2 1 SIDE VIEW HORIZONTAL LOUVER : Downward 1 0.25 6 0.25 0 1 2 (m) 2-W AY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 1 0 0.25 8 7 6 5 4 0.5 0.5 0.MODEL : AU25 (m) 4-W AY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 0.25 0.(04 .5 0.25 6 7 8 (m) .25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 2 1 1 0 7 8 7 0.

25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 2 2 1 3 0.5 1 2 2 1 0.5 3 Note : Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : FAN Voltage : 240V 0.5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 .5 0.5 0.5 0 (m) 8 UNIT : m/s (m) 0 7 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 1 0.25 0.5 1 2 2 1 0.5 0.25 0.5 6 5 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 0.25 2 SIDE VIEW HORIZONTAL LOUVER : Downward 1 0.25 7 0.5 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0.5 0.25 0.93) - 4 5 6 0.MODEL : AU30 (m) 4-W AY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 0.25 1 0 1 2 (m) 2-W AY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 1 0 0.25 7 8 (m) .5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 0.25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 1 0 7 2 1 8 0.(04 .25 1 2 2 1 0 0.25 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 (m) 2 2 1 1 8 7 6 5 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 0.25 5 6 7 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 2 1 1 0.

MODEL : AU36 4-WAY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 0.25 1 0 1 2 (m) 2-WAY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 1 0 0.(04 .5 7 6 5 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 0.5 0 0.25 6 7 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 2 0.5 0.5 0.5 3 1 Note : Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : FAN Voltage : 240V 0.94) - 5 6 7 0.5 1 2 2 1 1 0.25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 2 2 1 INDOOR UNIT 3 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0.5 0.25 0.25 0.5 1 2 2 1 0.25 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 2 (m) 2 1 1 8 7 0.25 8 (m) .25 2 2 1 0 0.25 8 0.5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 .5 0.5 0.25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 1 0 7 2 1 0.5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 0.25 6 5 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 0.25 0 2 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Downward 1 1 1 (m) 8 UNIT : m/s (m) 0 7 INDOOR UNIT (m) 0.

(04 .5 0.25 7 8 (m) .25 7 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 2 0.25 0.25 0 2 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Downward 1 1 1 (m) 8 UNIT : m/s (m) 0 7 INDOOR UNIT 0 0.5 1 2 2 1 0.5 0.5 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 .5 3 Note : Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : FAN Voltage : 240V 0.25 1 2 (m) 2-WAY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 1 0 0.5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0.25 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 2 (m) 2 1 1 8 6 7 5 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 0.5 0 0.25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 2 2 1 INDOOR UNIT 3 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 1 0 7 2 1 8 1 0.25 7 6 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 0.95) - 3 4 5 6 0.5 0.5 1 0 0.5 1 2 2 1 1 0.25 1 2 2 1 0.5 0.MODEL : AU45 (m) 4-WAY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 0.5 0.

25 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 2 2 1 0 INDOOR UNIT 3 1 0.25 8 7 6 2 5 4 1 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 .5 0.25 8 0.5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 0.MODEL : AU54 (m) 4-WAY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 0.5 1 0 1 0.25 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 2 1 1 8 1 0.5 3 Note : Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : FAN Voltage : 240V 0.25 7 8 (m) .5 5 6 0.96) - 0.5 5 6 7 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 0.25 0 7 6 5 0.25 2 (m) 2-WAY AIR OUTLET UNIT : m/s 1 0 1 0.25 1 2 2 1 0 0.5 0.5 7 1 6 5 2 4 3 2 2 1 0 1 1 2 3 4 0.5 2 0.25 1 2 2 1 1 0.5 0.25 6 7 8 (m) UNIT : m/s (m) 2 2 1 SIDE VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Downward 2 1 0.5 0.25 TOP VIEW AIR FLOW DIRECTION : Upward 2 2 INDOOR UNIT 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0.5 0.25 0 (m) 7 1 0.(04 .

(04 . WALL MOUNTED TYPE MODEL : AS18 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.4-10-5. LOUVER : Center TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.97) - . LOUVER : Center . LOUVER : Right & Left SIDE VIEW FRONT CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert.

LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert.98) - . LOUVER : Right & Left Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V SIDE VIEW FRONT CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center . LOUVER : Center TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.(04 .MODEL : AS24 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.

LOUVER : Center TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.(04 . LOUVER : Center . LOUVER : Right & Left Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V SIDE VIEW FRONT CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.MODEL : AS30 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.99) - . LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert.

LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.4-10-6. LOUVER : Center .(04 . LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert. LOUVER : Right & Left INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.100) - . CEILING WALL TYPE Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V (50Hz) MODEL : AW7 TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.

Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V (50Hz) MODEL : AW9 TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.(04 .101) - . LOUVER : Right & Left INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center . LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert.

(04 .MODEL : AW12 Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V (50Hz) TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.102) - . LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert. LOUVER : Right & Left INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center .

(04 .103) - . LOUVER : Center .MODEL : AW14 Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V (50Hz) TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert. LOUVER : Right & Left INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.

104) - . LOUVER : Right & Left SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT LOUVER : Center TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.(04 . LOUVER : Center .MODEL : AW18 Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode : Fan Voltage : 240V TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert.

(04 . LOUVER : Right & Left SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.105) - . LOUVER : Center . LOUVER : Center TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert.MODEL : AW24 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.

MODEL : AW30 TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.(04 . LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Vert. LOUVER : Center SIDE VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz. LOUVER : Center .106) - . LOUVER : Right & Left INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT TOP VIEW FLOW CONTROL PANEL : Horiz.

AR18 AR9 Recommended Range Recommended Range 40 Extermal Static Pressure Extermal Static Pressure 50 (Pa) 50 (Pa) HIGH LOW 30 20 10 0 100 200 300 400 500 40 LOW 30 20 10 0 100 (m3 /h) 200 300 Air Flow INDOOR UNIT HIGH AR14 AR12 (Pa) Extermal Static Pressure Extermal Static Pressure 50 40 HIGH 30 LOW 20 10 0 200 300 400 500 600 (m3 /h) Air Flow Recommended Range Extermal Static Pressure 50 40 HIGH 30 LOW 20 10 0 400 500 600 (m3 /h) 700 (m3 /h) 50 40 LOW HIGH 30 20 10 0 300 400 500 Air Flow AR18 (Pa) 500 Recommended Range Recommended Range (Pa) 400 Air Flow 700 800 (m3 /h) Air Flow . FAN CURVE ( COMPACT DUCT TYPE ) MODELS : AR7. AR12.107) - INDOOR UNIT AR7 600 . AR9.4-11. FAN PERFORMANCE AND AIR FLOW 4-11-1.(04 . AR14.

5 2.5 200 300 400 500 600 700 200 800 300 400 500 600 700 800 Air Flow (m3/h) Air Flow (m /h) 3 OUTLET AIR TEMPERATURE COOLING HEATING 48 14 47 13 46 45 AR18 AR14 AR12 AR9 AR7 11 Temperature ( C) Temperature ( C) 12 AR18 AR14 AR12 AR9 AR7 44 43 42 10 41 9 40 8 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 39 200 300 400 500 Air Flow (m3/h) Air Flow (m /h) 3 .0 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Capacity (kW) 4.5 2.0 3.0 4.0 2.CAPACITY BY AIR FLOW COOLING HEATING 6.0 5.108) - 600 700 800 .(04 .5 5.5 5.5 AR18 AR14 AR12 AR9 AR7 3.5 1.0 3.0 1.5 3.0 2.5 AR18 AR14 AR12 AR9 AR7 4.0 5.0 6.5 Capacity (kW) 4.

200 2.000 2.400 2.000 1.109) - 0 (mmAq) .400 1.600 0 Air Flow (m 3/h) AR45 External Static Pressure Recommended Range 20 196 (Pa) 18 16 HIGH 14 12 10 98 8 LOW 6 4 2 0 800 1.000 1.400 1.400 1.200 2.000 1.400 0 Air Flow (m 3/h) AR36 Recommended Range 20 196 External (Pa) Static Pressure 18 (mmAq) 16 14 HIGH 12 10 98 8 LOW 6 4 2 0 800 1.800 2.(04 .600 1.000 1.400 2.600 0 1. FAN CURVE (DUCT TYPE) MODELS : AR25.000 2.800 Air Flow (m /h) AR30 External Static Pressure INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT 3 Recommended Range 196 (Pa) 20 18 (mmAq) 16 HIGH 14 12 LOW 98 10 8 6 4 2 0 400 600 800 1.600 1.800 2.4-11-2.800 2.200 1.200 2.400 1. AR45 AR25 Recommended Range 20 196 (Pa) External Static Pressure (mmAq) 18 16 14 HIGH 12 10 98 LOW 8 6 4 2 0 600 800 1. AR36.600 1.200 1.200 1.200 1.600 Air Flow (m3/h) .000 2. AR30.

35 (Condition : Inlet Air Temp. 35 .110) - 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Air Flow (m3/h) 2000 2200 2400 2600 .) (Condition : Inlet Air Temp. 20 Recommended Range AR30 Recommended Range AR25 12 10 10 8 6 8 INDOOR UNIT Capacity (kW) 12 Capacity (kW) . Outdoor Temp.) Recommended Range AR30 Recommended Range AR25 6 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 Air Flow (m3/h) 1800 2000 2200 2400 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 Air Flow (m3/h) 1800 2000 2200 2400 MODELS : AR36.(04 . AR30 Cooling Heating (Condition : Inlet Air Temp.) Recommended Range AR36 Recommended Range AR36 14 6 . AR45 Heating Cooling (Condition : Inlet Air Temp. Outdoor Temp. Outdoor Temp. Outdoor Temp.4-11-3. 27 . 20 . 7 2200 2400 2600 8 . CAPACITY BY AIR FLOW (DUCT TYPE) MODELS : AR25. 7 Recommended Range AR45 Recommended Range AR45 Capacity (kW) INDOOR UNIT . 27 .) 13 15 12 14 11 13 Capacity (kW) 16 10 9 12 11 8 10 7 9 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Air Flow (m3/h) 2000 .

27 . 7 .) (Condition : Inlet Air Temp. Outdoor Temp. 7 12 10 8 46 44 42 40 6 38 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Air Flow (m3/h) 2000 2200 2400 2600 36 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Air Flow (m3/h) . 35 .(ûC) .) Recommended Range AR45 Recommended Range AR45 Recommended Range AR36 Recommended Range AR36 20 52 18 50 16 48 14 Temp. 20 .) (Condition : Inlet Air Temp.(ûC) Temp. AR45 Heating Cooling (Condition : Inlet Air Temp. Outdoor Temp. 27 . AR30 Cooling Heating (Condition : Inlet Air Temp. Outdoor Temp.4-11-4.(04 . 35 .) Recommended Range AR30 Recommended Range AR25 Recommended Range AR25 18 17 50 48 Temp (ûC) 15 14 13 46 44 42 12 40 11 38 10 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 Air Flow (m3/h) 1800 2000 2200 2400 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Temp (ûC) 16 36 400 800 600 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2400 2600 Air Flow (m3/h) MODELS : AR36. Outdoor Temp. OUTLET AIR TEMPERATURE (DUCT TYPE) MODELS : AR25. 20 Recommended Range AR30 .111) - 2000 2200 .

000 3 3.000 3.000 3.0 20.000 2.000 3.000 3.0 5.000 2.000 AR45H AR36H 10.000 4.0 5.000 (m/h) 2.0 2.AR60H AR36H AR45H AR60H Recommended Range Recommended Range Recommended Range 300 HIGH 200 150 LOW 100 HIGH 200 150 LOW 100 50 50 0 1.4 CAPACITY 0 3. FAN CURVE ( HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE ) MODELS : AR36H.5 OUTLET 4.000 3.0 AR45H AR60H AR45H AR36H AR60H 45.000 3.0 1.000 (m3/ h) 200 HIGH 150 LOW 100 50 1.0 2.000 Air Flow (m 3/ h) .AR45H.000 (m3/ h) BY AIR FLOW Temp.0 1.000 4.0 10.000 3 AIR TEMPERATURE COOLING HEATING 50.0 1.0 20.0 Temp.000 COOLING HEATING 20.(04 .000 0 2.000 2.112) - INDOOR UNIT 300 .000 Air Flow (m / h) 3 3.4-11-5.0 AR60H AR60H 15.000 Air Flow (m / h) 4.000 Air Flow (m 3/ h) 1. ( C) 15.0 AR36H 40.0 Capacity (kW) Capacity (kW) 15.0 AR45H AR36H 10. ( C) INDOOR UNIT 250 External Static Pressure (Pa) 250 External Static Pressure (Pa) External Static Pressure (Pa) 250 300 35.000 5.000 4.

(04 .113) - 5 6 7 0 . FRESH AIR AB30-54 FRESH AIR CHARACTERISTIC (mmAq) 10 (Pa) 98 6 54 INDOOR UNIT INTAKE DUCT STATIC PRESSURE INDOOR UNIT 8 45 49 4 36 30 2 0 1 2 3 4 3 AIR FLOW (m /min) .4-12.

9 DUCT 39 STATIC PRESSURE L 0 0 2 4 (m3/ min) 6 8 (mmAq) 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 MODEL : AU7.8 5 DUCT STATIC PRESSURE P Duct Fan 39.0 3 (m / min) 2.DUCT CONNECTION OUTLET AIR MODEL : AU7.D 170 FRESH AIR PORT .114) - 0 INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT FRESH AIR . 150mm) (mmAq) 7 (Pa) 6 58. AU14. AU9. 150mm) AU7. AU12.2 3 19. AU18 (Pa) 78 AU18 L=5m AU12. AU18 Duct (inside dia.0 Unit : mm Self tapping screw holes(for 4mm) P. AU9. AU12.6 2 1 0 DIMENSION 4 Static pressure required to take in fresh air OUTLET AIR PORT 0 1. AU14.(04 .14 Duct (inside dia.

6 2 1 Static pressure required to take in fresh air 0 0 0.6 P.1 DIMENSION 0.5 0 0.115) - FRESH AIR PORT 0 5 INDOOR UNIT (Pa) 1 .2 12-ø3. AU30 (Pa) (mmAq) 10 98 L=5m L=3m Duct (Inside Dia. AU25.(04 .D 88 0 45 45 ø7 00 ø1 160 334.2 0.OUTLET AIR MODELS : AU20. AU30 (mmAq) 7 (mmAq) (Pa) 58.D 120 0.8 6 Duct (Inside Dia. ø100mm) DUCT STATIC PRESSURE L 8 L=1m 49 6 AU30 AU25 4 AU20 2 0 0 INDOOR UNIT Duct (Inside Dia. ø100mm) 2 (m /min) 3 3 4 5 (mmAq) 10 98 L=5m L=3m L=1m DUCT STATIC PRESSURE L 0 6 AU30 49 8 AU25 4 AU20 2 0 0 FRESH AIR 1 2 (m /min) 3 3 4 MODELS : AU20.4 (m3/min) P.3 0.2 STATIC PRESSURE P Duct Fan 4 3 19. AU25. ø70mm) 5 DUCT 39.3 Self tapping screw holes (for 4mm) OUTLET AIR PORT .

2 12-ø3.6 P.3 Self tapping screw holes (for 4mm) OUTLET AIR PORT .6 2 1 Static pressure required to take in fresh air 0 0 0.OUTLET AIR MODELS : AU36. ø100mm) 1 2 (m /min) 3 3 4 L=5m AU54 L=3m AU45 L=1m AU36 DUCT STATIC PRESSURE L 0 (mmAq) 10 (mmAq) 98 5 8 6 49 4 2 0 0 FRESH AIR 1 2 (m /min) 3 3 4 MODELS : AU36. AU45. AU54 (Pa) (mmAq) 10 (mmAq) 98 L=5m AU54 Duct (Inside Dia.D 88 0 45 45 ø7 00 ø1 160 334. AU45. ø100mm) L=3m DUCT STATIC PRESSURE L 8 L=1m AU45 AU36 6 49 4 2 (Pa) INDOOR UNIT Duct (Inside Dia.116) - FRESH AIR PORT 0 5 INDOOR UNIT 0 0 .2 4 3 19.4 (m3/min) P. AU54 (Pa) (mmAq) 7 (mmAq) 6 58.8 Duct (Inside Dia. ø70mm) P Duct Fan 5 DUCT STATIC PRESSURE 39.3 0.D 120 0.5 0 0.2 0.1 DIMENSION 0.(04 .

000 63 125 Octave band center frequency.117) - 4.000 4.Hz 63 125 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0.000 Octave band center frequency.Hz MODEL : AB18 MODEL : AB24 80 80 70 70 NC-65 NC-65 60 NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.000 0 8. dB:(0dB=0. dB:(0dB=0.Hz 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0.000 4.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 10 0 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 2. UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AB12 MODEL : AB14 80 80 70 70 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.Hz .4-13.000 2.000 8.000 4. NOISE LEVEL CURVE Condition 4-13-1.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 2.000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.000 8.0002µbar) NC-65 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.000 Octave band center frequency.000 .(04 .000 8.

000 2.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 10 0 0 63 125 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0.000 2.000 63 125 Octave band center frequency.000 .Hz MODEL : AB45 MODEL : AB54 80 80 70 70 NC-65 60 NC-65 NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.000 2.(04 .000 2.118) - 4.000 4.Hz 63 125 250 500 1.0002µbar) NC-65 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.000 8.Condition 4-13-2.000 4. dB:(0dB=0.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 8. dB:(0dB=0.Hz 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0.000 8.000 Octave band center frequency.000 4.000 Octave band center frequency.000 Octave band center frequency.000 0 8.Hz . LARGE CEILING TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AB30 MODEL : AB36 80 80 70 70 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.

000 8. dB:(0dB=0. dB:(0dB=0.000 63 125 Octave band center frequency.000 4.Hz MODEL : AR12 MODEL : AR14 80 80 70 70 NC-65 60 NC-65 NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.Hz 250 500 1.000 0 8.Condition 4-13-3.000 .000 2.000 2.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 10 0 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 Octave band center frequency. dB:(0dB=0.(04 .119) - 4.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 4.000 8. COMPACT DUCT TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V Static pressure : 0 Pa MODEL : AR7 MODEL : AR9 80 80 70 70 NC-65 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) NC-60 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.000 8.000 4.000 Octave band center frequency. dB:(0dB=0.000 Octave band center frequency.Hz .000 2.000 2.Hz 63 125 250 500 1.

000 2.Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V Static pressure : 0 Pa MODEL : AR18 80 70 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 8.120) - . dB:(0dB=0.000 4.Hz .000 Octave band center frequency.(04 .

000 4.0002µbar) NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 INDOOR UNIT MODEL : AR25 Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V Static pressure : 120Pa NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 10 0 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 4.000 Octave band center frequency.000 8. DUCT TYPE Condition Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V Static pressure : 100Pa MODEL : AR30 80 80 70 70 NC-65 Octave band sound pressure level.000 8. dB:(0dB=0.000 2.(04 .000 63 125 Octave band center frequency.000 Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V Static pressure : 100Pa MODEL : AR36 1.Hz .000 Octave band center frequency.000 4.4-13-4.Hz 63 125 250 500 1.Hz 250 500 2. dB:(0dB=0.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 2.000 8.000 .Hz Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V Static pressure : 100Pa MODEL : AR45 80 80 70 70 NC-65 60 NC-65 NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level. dB:(0dB=0.000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.121 ) - 4.000 0 8.

Condition 4-13-5.000 2.000 8.0002µbar) NC-60 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0. dB:(0dB=0.000 8.Hz MODEL : AR60H Octave band sound pressure level. dB:(0dB=0. HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V Static pressure : 200Pa MODEL : AR36H MODEL : AR45H 80 80 70 70 NC-65 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT Octave band sound pressure level.000 Octave band center frequency.(04 .000 4.000 8.Hz .000 2.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 0 63 125 250 500 1.122) - 4.Hz 80 70 NC-65 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 Octave band center frequency.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 4.000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.000 .

0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.123) - 4. dB:(0dB=0.000 . COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AU7 MODEL : AU9 80 80 70 70 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT Octave band sound pressure level.000 4.(04 .Condition 4-13-6.000 Octave band center frequency.000 8.Hz 250 500 1.Hz . dB:(0dB=0. dB:(0dB=0.Hz MODEL : AU12 MODEL : AU14 80 80 70 70 NC-65 60 NC-65 Octave band sound pressure level. dB:(0dB=0.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 10 0 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 Octave band center frequency.000 8.000 2.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 2.000 4.000 63 125 Octave band center frequency.000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.000 4.000 8.0002µbar) NC-65 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.Hz 63 125 250 500 1.000 0 8.000 2.

124) - .000 4.Hz .000 8.Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AU18 80 70 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT Octave band sound pressure level.000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.(04 . dB:(0dB=0.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 63 125 250 500 1.

000 2. dB:(0dB=0.Hz MODEL : AU30 MODEL : AU36 80 80 70 70 NC-65 NC-65 60 NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.000 0 8. CASSETTE TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AU20 MODEL : AU25 80 80 70 70 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT NC-55 50 Octave band sound pressure level. dB:(0dB=0.000 Octave band center frequency.000 4.000 2.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level. dB:(0dB=0.000 4.000 8.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 10 0 0 63 125 250 500 1.0002µbar) NC-60 NC-65 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.Condition 4-13-7.Hz .000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.125) - 4.000 Octave band center frequency.000 .000 4.Hz 250 500 1.000 63 125 Octave band center frequency.000 2.(04 .000 8.Hz 63 125 250 500 1.000 8.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level. dB:(0dB=0.

000 4.000 Octave band center frequency.Hz .000 2. dB:(0dB=0.000 8.(04 .000 8.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0.126) - 4.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 Octave band center frequency.Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AU45 MODEL : AU54 80 80 70 70 NC-65 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.000 2.000 .Hz 0 63 125 250 500 1.

Hz MODEL : AS30 Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 8. WALL MOUNTED TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AS18 MODEL : AS24 80 80 70 70 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.127) - 4.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 4. dB:(0dB=0.000 Octave band center frequency.000 .000 2.000 2.000 Octave band center frequency.Hz .Hz 80 70 NC-65 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 4.000 Octave band center frequency.Condition 4-13-8.000 8.000 8.(04 . dB:(0dB=0.000 2. dB:(0dB=0.0002µbar) NC-65 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.

0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 4.000 0 8. dB:(0dB=0.000 Octave band center frequency. dB:(0dB=0.000 4.000 Octave band center frequency.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.(04 .000 63 125 Octave band center frequency.000 2.000 8.Hz 250 500 1.128) - 4.000 4.000 Octave band center frequency.000 .Hz 63 125 250 500 1. dB:(0dB=0.Hz MODEL : AW12 MODEL : AW14 80 80 70 70 NC-65 60 NC-65 NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.000 8.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 10 0 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 2.Hz .000 2. CEILING WALL TYPE Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AW7 MODEL : AW9 80 80 70 70 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.000 2.Condition 4-13-9. dB:(0dB=0.0002µbar) NC-65 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.000 8.

000 Octave band center frequency.000 2.000 4.Hz 80 70 NC-65 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 0 63 125 250 500 1.000 Octave band center frequency.129) - 4.000 8. dB:(0dB=0.Hz .000 .000 2.000 8.000 2.Hz MODEL : AW30 Octave band sound pressure level.0002µbar) INDOOR UNIT NC-65 60 4.0002µbar) NC-65 10 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 10 63 125 250 500 1.000 8.Condition Fan speed : High Operation mode: FAN Voltage : 230V MODEL : AW18 MODEL : AW24 80 80 70 70 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 NC-25 20 NC-20 NC-15 0 60 NC-60 NC-55 50 NC-50 NC-45 40 NC-40 NC-35 30 NC-30 INDOOR UNIT NC-60 Octave band sound pressure level.000 0 63 125 250 500 1.0002µbar) Octave band sound pressure level.000 Octave band center frequency. dB:(0dB=0. dB:(0dB=0.(04 .

5m 2m 1.SOUND LEVEL CHECK POINT UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE LARGE CEILING TYPE UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE 1m 1m 1 1m MIC 1 0.(04 .5m MIC MIC WALL MOUNTED TYPE CEILING WALL TYPE 1m 1m MIC .130) - .8m (For AB12 1m (For AB30 AB24) AB54) INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT MIC COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE CASSETTE TYPE COMPACT DUCT TYPE DUCT TYPE 2m 1.

15A 120 5 OFF 102 OFF AW7 AW9 AW12 AW14 AW18 AW24 AW30 Including the drain pump kit (option parts) .C.15A 135 5 OFF TERMINAL THERMAL FUSE *1 AR60 AU7 AU9 AU12 AU14 AU18 AU20 AU25 AU30 AU36 AU45 AU54 AS18 AS24 AS30 250V 3.(04 .15A 135 5 OFF 250V 3.15A 130 5 OFF 102 OFF 250V 3.15A 120 5 OFF 250V 3.15A 135 5 OFF 250V 3.4-14. SAFETY DEVICE UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE LARGE CEILING TYPE INDOOR UNIT COMPACT DUCT TYPE DUCT TYPE HIGH STATIC PRESSURE DUCT TYPE COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE CASSETTE TYPE WALL MOUNTED TYPE CEILING WALL TYPE *1 AB12 AB14 AB18 AB24 AB30 AB36 AB45 AB54 AR7 AR9 AR12 AR14 AR18 AR25 AR30 AR36 AR45 AR36 AR45 FAN MOTOR THERMAL PROTECTOR 250V 3.131) - FLOAT SWITCH INDOOR UNIT P.15A 120 5 OFF 102 OFF 250V 3.15A 135 5 OFF 250V 3.15A 102 OFF 135 5 OFF 250V 3.B FUSE MODEL NAME .

INSTALLATION .R407C TM SERIES 5 .

RB unit.(05 .5-1 PIPING DESIGN 5-1-1 PIPING METHOD SUMMARY OF PIPING SYSTEM Heat Recovery Type Outdoor unit Separation tube RB unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Separation of piping : Separation tube system and header system Number of piping : 3 each of outdoor unit .2 pipe for indoor unit RB unit : Individual branching and 4 unit branching .01) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION RB unit .

(05 .TYPE OF PIPING SYSTEM Line Piping System Outdoor unit Separation tube RB unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Header Piping System Header Outdoor unit INSTALLATION Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Combined (Separation tube/Header) Piping System Outdoor unit Separation tube Header RB unit Indoor unit Outdoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Separation tube Indoor unit RB unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Separation after header separation is not possible .02) - Indoor unit INSTALLATION RB unit .

● Install separation tube and header in the corrent direction specified in installation. f i RB unit Indoor unit j RB unit Indoor unit RB unit Indoor unit k RB unit Indoor unit H3 H2 RB unit H4 Indoor unit Indoor unit EXAMPLE 3 Branch kit : Separation tube + Header Outdoor unit b a RB unit 4 branch H1 g c d e f i RB h unit RB unit Indoor unit Indoor unit H2 Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit INSTALLATION INSTALLATION H4 H3 CAUTIONS ● Keep the length of straight portion of pipe between two branch kits longer than 0.5m.(05 . d. f EXAMPLE 1 EXAMPLE 2 EXAMPLE 3 50 m 40 m 15 m 15 m 5m H1 H1 . e. Maximum allowable length (actual pipe length) Between outdoor unit and the farthest indoor unit 100 m Total pipe length 200 m Between outdoor unit and the 1st branch kit 70 m Between the 1st branch kit and the farthest indoor unit 40 m Between indoor unit and RB unit 40 m Maximum allowable height difference Between outdoor unit and indoor units Between indoor units Between RB units Between RB unit and indoor unit EXAMPLE 1 EXAMPLE 2 EXAMPLE 3 a+b a+c a+d a+e - a+g a+g+h a+b+h a+g+i a+b+c+i a+b+c a+b+c+d+j a+b+d a+b+c+d+e+k a+b+e a+b+c+d+ e+f a+b+f a+b+c+d+e+f+g a+b+c+d+e a+b+c+d+e +h+i+j+k +f+g+h+i a b c d e f g b+h b+c+i b+c+d+j b+c+d+e+k b+c+d+ e+f g+h g+i b+c b+d b+e b+f c. LIMITATIONS EXAMPLE 2 Branch kit : Separation tube EXAMPLE 1 Branch kit : Header Outdoor unit Outdoor unit a a b H1 b c RB unit Indoor unit d RB unit Indoor unit e RB unit H3 Indoor unit H2 RB unit d e f g RB unit c H1 h Indoor unit H4. ● Don't use separation tube in the downstream of header.5-1-2.03) - (If outdoor unit is in the upper side) (If outdoor unit is in the lower side) H2 H3 H4 .

8 ) 31 or more to 60 19.8 ) 6.8 ) Between two adjacent refrigerant branch kits.35 ( 0.0 ) 30 36. (unit : mm) Suction Gas Pipe Discharge Gas Pipe size ( thickness ) size ( thickness ) Model AO 90 28.0 ) 12.05 ( 1.58 ( 1.35 ( 0. 20.05 ( 1.0 ) 6.70 ( 0.52 ( 0.70 ( 0.88 ( 1.88 ( 1.2 ) 19.88 ( 1.0 ) 12. 60 15.58 ( 1.52 ( 0.05 ( 1.8 ) UTR-BP90MA Connection pipe size of indoor unit.0 ) 9.8 ) 6.(05 .70 ( 0.8 ) .8 ) 9. 9 9.35 ( 0.8 ) 9.52 ( 0.0 ) 12. 45. Model code of indoor unit (unit : mm) Gas Pipe size ( thickness ) Liquid Pipe size ( thickness ) 7.52 ( 0.0 ) 19.8 ) 18.88 ( 1.52 ( 0.0 ) 15.70 ( 0.8 ) 12.5-1-3 PIPE SIZE HEAT RECOVERY MODEL Pipe size connected to outdoor unit.8 ) 61 or more 28. 25 15. 24.8 ) UTR-BP54MA INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Total model code of indoor unit . 54.04) - 9.05 ( 1. (unit : mm) Suction Gas Pipe size ( thickness ) Discharge Gas Pipe size ( thickness ) Liquid Pipe size ( thickness ) Separation Kit Less than 30 15.2 ) Liquid Pipe size ( thickness ) 19. 14 12.

(05 . 2. SELECTION OF PIPE HEAT INSULATING MATERIAL 1. it will become the cause of water leak. humidity<80%. Decide the thickness of the heat insulating material by referring to the recommended minimum thickness in Table 1.humidity<70%. (For installation condition T=32 C(DB). Table 1 Size of refrigerant pipe and recommended minimum thickness of heat insulating material (In case a heat insulating material which thermal conductivity is equal to or less than 0. Always insulate the refrigerant pipe to prevent condensation and water droplets by the refrigerant pipe. In case not to insulate and not to seal refrigerant pipe completely.53 (3/8") < 70% 8 9 < 75% 10 11 < 80% 13 14 < 85% 17 18 12. respectively please strengthen heat insulation of refrigerant pipe. 4. the surface of the heat insulation may be dewed. ) INSTALLATION Relative humidity Refrigerant pipe Outside diameter mm(in) 6. humidity<85%) 3.88 (5/8") 19.58 (1 1/8") 11 11 11 13 13 14 17 17 18 22 22 23 When an ambient temperature and relative humidity exceed 32 C (DB)and>85%.5-1-4.35 (1/4") 9. When the outdoor unit is installed at a higher position than the indoor unit. . fill the connecting part gap with putty. 5.05) - INSTALLATION Recommended minimum thickness for heat insulating material (mm) . When not strengthening heat insulation of refrigerant pipe.22 (7/8") 25. Since gas pipe becomes high temperature at heating operation. please select the heat insulating material which heat-resistant temperature is 120 C or more.70 (1/2") 15. etc. to prevent the dew condensation water of the valve of the outdoor unit from flowing to the indoors from the gap between the pipe and the heat insulating material. Liquid pipe and gas pipe should be completely insulated with same specification and sealed. humidity<75%.40 (1") 28.05 (3/4") 10 10 10 12 12 13 15 16 16 19 20 21 22. for heatpump type.040 W/(m·k) is used.

respectively.025 of Ø6. Additional charge : C = 20(m) x 0.5-1-5.063(kg/m) + 20(m) x 0.52mm).35mm kg/m liquid pipe Total = m kg kg Round up C to 2 decimal place.17(kg) .063 0.70 Ø9.35 Additional refrigerant (kg/m) 0.136(kg/m) +15(m) x 0.70mm kg/m liquid pipe .136 of Ø12.136 0.06) - kg INSTALLATION C= Total length x 0. Example : When the outdoor unit model is AO 90MPBMF and liquid pipe length are 20m (Ø12. 15m (Ø9. and 20m (Ø6.52 Ø6.025 The amount of additional charge C (kg) + Total length x 0.52mm kg/m liquid pipe INSTALLATION m m kg + Total length x 0.(05 .025(kg/m) = 4.70mm).063 of Ø9.35mm). ADDITIONAL CHARGE CALCULATION Application models AO 90MPBMF Additional charge for pipe length Liquid pipe outside diameter (mm) Ø12.

15 2.52 6.88 15.7 Example2 : Total capacity = 38.58 b 19.35 9.52 9.7 AU25 AU25 7.52 5 10 10 5 6.52 9.35 5 6.35 10 6.05 7.88 12.4 Example 2 cannot be selected Selection of pipe size (Example 1) Suction Gas Pipe Discharge Gas Pipe Gas Pipe Liquid Pipe Length [m] (Example) (unit : mm) a 28.52 6.8 2.07) - INSTALLATION System configuration .52 9.88 15.52 6.8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AU9 AU9 AU9 AU9 AU7 AU7 AU7 AU7 AU7 AU7 2.52 6.52 9.8 2.35 9.52 9.8 2.4 Example1 : Total capacity = 29.15 2.15 2.70 f g 9.35 10 .35 9.15 2.35 10 10 15 5 5 10 5 h i j k l m n o p q 9.05 15.52 9.15 Total capacity 29.2 36.8 2.15 2.15 2.15 AU9 AU9 AU9 AU9 AU7 AU7 AU7 AU7 AU7 AU7 2.35 10 6.8 2.52 9.52 12.35 6.2 Total indoor unit capacity (1 refrigerant system) 36.52 9.05 c 19.8 2.(05 .8 2.35 9.88 19.05 d 19.15 2.52 9.8 2.8 2.05 38.15 2.35 5 6.70 9.35 5 6.15 2.05 e 15.5-1-6.15 2. EXAMPLE OF PIPING DESIGN HEAT RECOVERY MODEL (1) Refrigerant system Outdoor unit AO90 MPBMF a b c B A d RB unit C f e RB unit D g h i j RB unit E k l m n o p q 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Example 1 INSTALLATION Capacity(kW) Example 2 Capacity(kW) 11 12 AU9 AU9 2.52 6.

Selection of separation tube and header A Model name B C D E UTR-BP90MA UTR-BP54MA UTF-Y90A4A UTF-Y90A4A UTF-Y90A4A Liquid pipe (mm) INSTALLATION Additional refrigerant (R407C) (kg/m) Liquid pipe length (m) ¿ 12.136 x 10) + (0.35 0.70 ¿ 9.136 0. Difference in height between highest and lowest indoor unit maximum 15m.025 10 35 90 Additional refrigerant (0.82 (kg) .52 ¿ 6.08) - INSTALLATION Additional charge .(05 .Pipe length a+b+c+q=45 100m (actual pipe length) b+c+q=35 40m (actual pipe length) a+b+c+d+e+f+g+h+i+j+k+l+m+n+o+p+q=135 200m (total pipe length) Difference in height between outdoor unit and indoor units maximum 50m.063 0.063 x 35) + (0.025 x 90) = 5.

88 6.9 36.05 9. Selection of pipe size (Example 1) Suction Gas Pipe Discharge Gas Pipe Gas Pipe Liquid Pipe Length [m] (Example) h a 28.35 5 d 15.70 20 (unit : mm) b 15.58 19.(05 . Difference in height between the highest and the lowest indoor unit maximum 15m.88 9.8 Capacity(kW) 8.8 12.88 12.1 36.35 2 i 15.35 2 g 15.3 8.05 15.(2) Refrigerant system Outdoor unit AO90 MPBMF a A b B c RB unit d C f RB unit D RB unit g e RB unit E h i 1 2 3 4 Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit NOTE: Liquid pipe does not pass through theRB unit System configuration 1 2 3 4 Total capacity Example 1 AR18 AR18 AR30 AR36 5.70 c 15.52 10 f 15.88 19.88 12.09) - .3 Capacity(kW) 5. Form outdoor unit to the first header tube a=20m 70m (actual pipe length) From the first header tube to the farthest indoor unit e=12m 40m (actual pipe length) 200m (total pipe length) a+b+c+d+e+f+g+h+i=58 .88 6.70 9.52 5 e 19.05 12.8 8.8 10.9 8.7 39.88 12.70 6.52 2 9.35 10 6.1 INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Example 2 AR30 AR30 AR30 AR45 Total capacity of indoor unit (1 refrigerant system) Example1 : Total capacity = 29.4 Example2 : Total capacity = 39.52 2 Pipe length a+b=32m 100m (actual pipe length) Difference in height between outdoor unit and indoor unit maximum 50m.4 Example 2 cannot be selected.5 29.

(05 .136 0.52 ¿ 6.025 20 19 19 Additional refrigerant INSTALLATION INSTALLATION (0.Selection of separation tube and RB unit A Model name B C D E UTR-HD906R UTF-Y54A1A UTF-Y54A1A UTF-Y54A1A UTF-Y54A1A Additional charge Liquid pipe (mm) Additional refrigerant (R407C) (kg/m) Liquid pipe length (m) ¿ 12.40 (kg) .70 ¿ 9.063 x 19) + (0.136 x 20) + (0.35 0.10) - .063 0.025 x 19) = 4.

52 5 d 15.35 5 9. .8 Total capacity 28.88 9.8 2.8 4 5 6 AR9 AR9 AR9 2.35 5 9.70 10 h i j k 9.(3) Refrigerant system Outdoor unit AO90 MPBMF b a A B c e d NOTE: Liquid pipe do not pass C through the RB unit C and D f RB unit RB unit RB unit E D h g i j k 1 2 3 4 5 6 Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit System configuration 1 2 3 Example 1 AW24 AB36 AR9 6.52 6.8 Capacity (kW) 14.52 6.05 12.11) - g 19.(05 .5 8.8 2.5 36.52 2 .52 6.88 6.05 9.4 Example2 : Total capacity = 38.05 15.8 Capacity (kW) 10.05 15.5 2.9 36.35 10 9.88 12. Selection of pipe size (Example 1) Suction Gas Pipe Discharge Gas Pipe Gas Pipe Liquid Pipe Length[m](Example) a 28.0 38.0 4.52 6.0 4.70 6.88 9.05 15.0 4.35 2 Pipe length a+b+k = 40 100m (actual pipe length) b+k = 30 40m (actual pipe length) a+b+c+d+e+f+g+h+i+j+k= 84 200m (total pipe length) Difference in height between outdoor unit and indoor units maximum 50m.4 Example 2 cannot be selected.52 10 f 15.35 10 b (unit : mm) c 19.58 19.52 20 19.35 5 e 19. Difference in height between highest and lowest indoor unit maximum 15m.88 9.9 INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Example 2 AW30 AB54 AR14 AR14 AR14 AR14 Total capacity of indoor unit (1 refrigerant system) Example1 : Total capacity = 28.1 4.

Selection of separation tube and RB unit A Model name B C UTR-BP90MA UTR-BP54MA UTF-Y54A1A D E UTF-Y54A1A UTF-Y90A4A Additional charge Liquid pipe (mm) ¿ 12.136 x 10) + (0.62 (kg) .063 x 37) + (0.(05 .35 Additional refrigerant (R407C) (kg/m) 0.70 ¿ 9.025 Liquid pipe length (m) 10 37 37 Additional refrigerant INSTALLATION INSTALLATION (0.063 0.136 0.12) - .52 ¿ 6.025 x 37) = 4.

. transmit-receive with a transmission line is not only impossible. Wiring length of a remote controller group should be within 500m. 3 Use the shielded wire specified and always ground it.2 The ground wire is not included in this cable. a signal amplifier (option) is required.(A breaker can be used instead of the knife swicth for the outdoor unit.5-2. 22AWG Level 4 cable with shielded(National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) **differs from the Category 4 specification proposed by the Electronic Industries Association/ Telecommunication Industry Association (EIA/TIA)** Total wiring length 2000m. 50Hz.13) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION NOTE:Install in accordance with local rules and regulations.1sec or less Indoor unit 20A 6 20A 40mA 0. However. .33 Remote controller cable 2 (mm ) 0.1sec or less per outdoor unit per refrigerant system. but a malfunction may occur.33 Wire type Remarks H07RN-F or equivalent Three phase.33 External input cable 2 (mm ) 0.5 Transmission cable 2 (mm ) 0.65mm Sheathed vinyl cord cable 3 Polar 3-core Wired remote controller Simple remote controller Shield Polar 3-core Group remote controller External switch controller Shield Twist pair polar 2-core External switch controller 4 1. when wiring length exceeds 500m.33 Remote controller cable 2 (mm ) 0.(05 .5 Minimum 1.0 Maximum 2.0 Minimum 6. 220-240V 1 2 2 Wire + Ground Shielded Level 4 Non-polar. 22AWG (0. Always ground the unit. Twisted pair. 380-415V 4 Wire + Ground H07RN-F or equivalent Single phase.(excluded some models) Use the shielded cable in accordance with the standards of the country. Otherwise.65mm) Solid core diameter 0. Install the knife switch (contact gap 3mm or more) near the indoor unit for ease of maintenance. Model Fuse capacity 5 6 Field fuse Circuit breaker Outdoor unit 40A 5 40A 100mA 0. 50Hz. WIRING SPECIFICATION Use Size Outdoor Power supply unit 2 cable (mm ) Indoor unit Maximum 8. 4 10m cable attached. WIRING DESIGN 5-2-1. Do not bundle the transmission cable with other wires.

(using terminal board) Outdoor unit 40A Outdoor unit power supply 3 4W 50Hz 380 . Outdoor unit : 3 4W 50Hz 380 . Use terminal board available on the market.415V Indoor unit : 1 50Hz 220 .2) Use a circuit breaker of 40A or more for every outdoor unit.415V 20A Indoor unit power supply 1 50Hz 220 .5-2-2. The indoor unit shall be connected up to one refrigerant system.240V For heat recovery type. Outdoor unit power supply 3 4W 50Hz 380 .415V Indoor unit power supply 1 50Hz 220 .240V Breaker on hand Indoor unit Indoor unit Terminal board Power for refrigerant branchunit supplied directly from relay circuit on circuit board of indoor unit. Refrigerant branch unit .1).14) - Refrigerant branch unit . and a circuit breaker of 20A or more should be used. (Ex.Ex.240V Outdoor unit 40A INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Example 1: Power supply cable wiring for heat recovery type. the wiring from refrigerant branch unit is connected to the indoor unit (solenoid valve operation for cooling/heating switching --. POWER SUPPLY CABLE WIRING POWER SUPPLY CABLE SPECIFICATION A separated power supply cable must be provided for the outdoor unit and indoor unit.(05 . when the number of indoor units connected to outdoor unit increases. (wiring connection) 20A Indoor unit Indoor unit Breaker on hand Refrigerant branch unit Power supplied from indoor unit Refrigerant branch unit Example 2: Power supply cable wiring for heat recovery type.

Note : Unit* means indoor unit. have to keep the following facts. central remote controller (CRC) and PC controller. In a network segment (NS). Twist pair wire.15) - .(05 . SIGNAL AMPLIFIER is required. 1 OUTDOOR UNIT B A TERMINAL RESISTOR C E D INDOOR UNIT PC CONTROLLER F SIGNAL AMPLIFIER is required. divided by a SIGNAL AMPLIFIER. 1) Fig. NOTE Do not bundle and wire transmission line with other wiring. 2) OUTDOOR UNIT (2)The number of total unit* : MAX 64 B (3)The number of terminal resistor : 1 NS 1 A TRANSMISSION CORD C D TERMINAL RESISTOR NS 2 E F G NS 3 INDOOR UNIT TERMINAL RESISTOR CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER PC CONTROLLER NS 4 H SIGNAL AMPLIFIER Arrange so that there is one terminal resistor for each network segment. outdoor unit. If necessary. . network is divided into two network segments.5-2-3. WIRING RULES In the following case. 2 AB+BC+BD < 500 m (Fig. Only ground one side of the ground for transmission cord. 22AWG. TRANSMISSION LINE TRANSMISSION WIRING SPECIFICATIONS Non-polar 2-core Shielded level 4. (1) When the total length of the transmission cord exceeded 500 m. (1)Total transmission cord length : MAX 500 m Fig. AB+BC+BD+DE+EF > 500 m (Fig. remove the terminal resistor which connected temporarily to the outdoor unit. CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER INSTALLATION INSTALLATION TRANSMISSION CORD Transmission cord length between each unit* : MAX 200 m Total transmission cord length : MAX 2000 m AB+BC+BD+DE+EF+EG+GH < 2000 m (Fig. (2) When the number of total unit* is over 64. 2) When a SIGNAL AMPLIFIER is installed.

If necessary.A TERM. 3 NS 1 OUTDOOR UNIT A TRANSMISSION CORD C B D TERMINAL RESISTOR NS 2 E F G NS 3 INDOOR UNIT CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER PC CONTROLLER NS 4 H SIGNAL AMPLIFIER FUSE(3A) 1 2 E 1 A 2 1B 2 E POWER TRANSMISSION TERMINAL TERMINAL 1 2 3 1 2 E 2 1 E RC TRANSMISSION POWER TERMINAL TERM. Fig.remove the terminal resistor which connected temporarily to the CN22 terminator of the circuit board for the outdoor unit.16) - INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION NS 3 NS 4 SWITCH CN22 INSTALLATION 1 50Hz 220-240V TERMINAL RESISTOR .CHECK POINT Arrange so that there is no transmission cord between each network segment except the transmission cord which passed through the signal amplifier. Arrange so that there is one terminal resistor for each network segment.(05 .B SIGNAL AMPLIFIER INDOOR UNIT SW7 TERMINAL RESISTOR SW3 SW2 SW1 TERMINAL RESISTOR CN2 E1 SW9 SW8 123 12E 21E RC TRANSMISSION POWER TERMINAL C N 2 2 ACIN OUTDOOR BOARD OUTDOOR UNIT TERMINAL RESISTOR INDOOR UNIT .

(05 . .17) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Example 2 : In case of branch connection .EXAMPLE OF INSTALL SIGNAL AMPLIFIER (UTR-YRPC) Example 1 : In case of series connection NS1 Terminal resister A B Signal amplifier C NS2 Terminal resister between A and C NS1 : between A and B NS2 : between B and C 800m 400m 500m 400m 500m A Terminal resister B Signal amplifier D C Terminal resister G E F between A and B between B and C between B and D between D and E between E and F between E and G Total wiring length NS1 : AB+BC+BD NS2 : DE+EF+EG 100m 200m 200m 200m 100m 100m 900m 500m 500m Note Install the unit in a place where the total length of the wiring below the signal amplifier is within 500m.

Example 3 : Branch connection and in case of over 64 units Terminal resistor NS1 A Terminal box B I NS2 Signal amplifier Terminal resistor C G H D 1 2 63 64 3 NS3 Signal amplifier Terminal resistor E between A and B 100m between B and C 100m between B and D 200m between C and E 500m between C and F 100m between C and G 100m between B and H 10m between C and I 10m Number of indoor unit 64 Total wiring length 1100m NS1 : AB+BC+CG+CF+BH+CI 500m NS2 : Total equipments between H and D NS3 : IE 500m .18) - 64 INSTALLATION INSTALLATION F .(05 .

If number of separation is extreme it may cause an erroneous operation. Terminal board available on the market or the terminal inside the indoor unit or outdoors should be used for transmission line separation.5-2-4. Refrigerant system 1 Refrigerant system 2 Refrigerant system 3 Signal amplifier Example 2 : Separating transmission line. The transmission wiring between indoor unit. Refrigerant system 2 Refrigerant system 3 Separation using terminal board Central remote controller . Refrigerant system 1 Separate on the terminal for transmission line. NOTE Do not loop. . WIRING SEPARATION TRANSMISSION LINE SEPARATION RULES Up to 16 separations is possible.19) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Example 1 : Connecting each outdoor and indoor unit with one connection wiring.(05 . outdoor unit and controllers can be connected by one wire.

(05 . Terminal board Refrigerant system 1 Refrigerant system 2 Central remote controller Example 4 : Combination of example 2 and 3 Possible to 16 branches Refrigerant system 1 Refrigerant system 2 Refrigerant system 3 Terminal board Central remote controller .Example 3 : Separation wiring from one terminal board radially.20) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Refrigerant system 3 .

Power RC mission E 1 2 3 1 2E 2 1 INSTALLATION OUTDOOR UNIT Terminal Trans.Power RC mission E 1 2 3 1 2E 2 1 E 1Ø50Hz 220-240V 2 REMOTE CONTROLLER WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER 2 REMOTE CONTROLLER CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER TRANSMISSION ADAPTOR RS-232C Terminal Transmission E 2 1 Terminal Power E 2 1 Terminal Transmission E 2 1 Terminal Power PC CONTROLLER E2 1 { 1Ø50Hz 220-240V .(05 .Power RC mission Terminal Trans. WIRING EXAMPLE OUTDOOR UNIT Power Terminal Transmission RS T NE E1 2 Terminal INDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Terminal Trans.5-2-5.21) - .Power RC mission Terminal Trans.Power RC mission E 12 3 1 2E 2 1 INDOOR UNIT Terminal Trans.Power RC mission E 1 2 3 1 2E 2 1 E 12 3 1 2E 2 1 E OUTDOOR UNIT Power Terminal Transmission RS TNE E1 2 Terminal 1Ø50Hz 220-240V WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER 3Ø 4W 50Hz 380-415V Power Terminal Transmission RS TNE E1 2 INSTALLATION Terminal INDOOR UNIT 3Ø 4W 50Hz 380-415V INDOOR UNIT 12 3 12E 2 1 INDOOR UNIT Terminal Trans.Power RC mission 3Ø 4W 50Hz 380-415V 12 3 12E 2 1 INDOOR UNIT Terminal Trans.

Do not use a nonexistent switch combination.(05 . WIRED. SYSTEM TYPE SETTING Set the DIP switch to the corresponding system type as shown in the Table.SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER Factory setting SW 4 OFF INSTALLATION ON INSTALLATION Heat pump Heat recovery Cooling only . SYSTEM SETTING 5-3-1.5-3.22) - .

(05 . an address must be set for the indoor unit. ADDRESS SETTING With this system.5-3-2.simple) Central remote controller Dual remote controller switch 1 ON/OFF DIP SW1 OFF : Not terminated ON : Terminated Dual remote controller switch 2 ON/OFF DIP SW2 OFF : Master ON : Slave Group control setting ON/OFF DIP SW3 Number of indoor unit OFF : 1 unit ON : multiple unit 0 15 Initial setting Central remote controller address . outdoor unit and remote controller and central remote controller.23) - INSTALLATION UNIT . (1) KINDS OF ADDRESS AND SETTING RANGE SETTING SETTING RANGE Outdoor unit Refrigerant circuit address 0 99 Setting example 0 0 0 SW 9 SW 8 SW 8 0 Indoor unit address 2 INSTALLATION SW 9 Indoor unit Shown in the next page 3 Setting example 63 0 99 REMARKS 6 Refrigerant circuit address TYPE OF SWITCH Setting example 2 0 15 SW 6 SW 7 Remote controller address Setting example 0 0 3 Always SW 7 set "0" 0 SW 10 Remote controller (wired.

Factory setting "0" In the case of a multiple refrigerant system. Please use the rotary switches(SW8.Refrigerant circuit address conversion table Outdoor unit Rotary switch (SW 8)... Do not use a nonexistent switch setting combination.(05 . INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Example : When SW 9 is set to "1" and SW 8 is set to "14" the refrigerant circuit address will be "30".24) - 8 9 10(A) 11(B) 12(C) 13(D) 14(E) 15(F) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 SW9 SW8 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 12 13 14 15 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (A) 11 (B) 12 (C) 13 (D) 14 (E) 15 (F) SW9 SW8 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10(A) 11(B) 12(C) 13(D) 14(E) 15(F) 0 1 2 3 ..SW9) to set the address.Factory setting "0" Indoor Unit Rotary switch (SW 8).Factory setting "0" Rotary switch (SW 9). Refrigerant Refrigerant Refrigerant Rotary Refrigerant Refrigerant Rotary Rotary Rotary Rotary circuit circuit circuit circuit Switch setting circuit Switch setting Switch setting Switch setting Switch setting address address address address address 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 SW9 SW8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (A) 11 (B) 12 (C) 13 (D) 14 (E) 15 (F) 0 1 2 3 SW9 SW8 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10(A) 11(B) 12(C) 13(D) 14(E) 15(F) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 SW9 SW8 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ..Factory setting "0" Rotary switch (SW 9)...A conversion table of refrigerant circuit address and rotary switch setting is shown in the table below. each refrigerant system (outdoor unit and indoor unit) must be set an exclusive refrigerant circuit address...

3 Set the Remote controller address in the order of 0.2.(05 .25) - INSTALLATION 3 Indoor units . .16) Outdoor unit Indoor unit Refrigerant circuit address Rotary-SW9.8 9 8 63 9 8 6 10 63 6 0 Remote controller DSW 1 OFF DSW 2 OFF DSW 3 OFF Indoor unit address Rotary-SW6 Remote controller address Rotary-SW10 ON ON OFF Dual remote controller switch1 Dual remote controller switch2 Group control setting Central remote controller 00 Central remote controller address Instructions for setting up the address 1 The Refrigerant circuit address of the indoor and outdoor units can be set to optional numbers in the range of 0 to 99.3. 9 8 0 Transmission line (Non-polar 2 core) 9 8 6 9 8 10 0 0 0 6 10 0 1 1 9 8 6 10 0 2 0 9 8 6 10 0 3 0 9 8 6 9 8 10 6 10 0 5 1 0 4 0 9 8 6 10 9 8 0 14 0 6 10 0 15 0 2 Indoor units (Max.4) DSW 1 OFF DSW 2 OFF DSW 3 OFF 9 8 63 ON ON OFF ON OFF ON DSW 1 ON DSW 2 OFF DSW 3 OFF 2 Remote controller 9 8 6 10 63 0 0 9 8 6 10 63 1 0 9 8 6 10 63 2 0 9 8 6 10 63 3 1 9 8 6 9 8 10 63 4 2 6 10 63 5 0 9 8 6 10 63 6 0 9 8 6 10 63 7 0 INSTALLATION DSW 1 ON DSW 2 OFF DSW 3 ON 00 01 02 03 04 Central remote controller (Max.8 Refrigerant circuit address Rotary-SW9. 2 The Indoor unit address can be set to optional numbers in the range of 0 to 15.(2) SETTING EXAMPLE The following example apply to all indoor units expect for compact wall mounted type indoor unit. (Blank is impossible) 4 The Central remote controller address can be set to optional numbers in the range of 0 to 15.1.

SW7 (Always set Rotary SW7 at 0) Remote controller address (Indoor unit) 0 0 00 0 0 01 1 0 02 2 0 03 3 0 04 0 0 05 0 Indoor unit PCB (Address setting No.9 99) Setting by rotary SW8.0 3) Setting by rotary SW10 .Refrigerant circuit address (Outdoor unit) Refrigerant circuit address (Indoor unit) Refrigerant circuit 1 Refrigerant circuit 2 1 1 00 0 2 1 01 1 1 02 2 2 00 0 Outdoor unit PCB (Address setting No.26) - 0 15 0 .(05 .9 INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Indoor unit address 0 0 00 0 0 01 1 0 02 2 0 03 3 0 13 0 0 14 1 Indoor unit PCB (Address setting No. 0 15) Rotary SW6.0 99) 2 01 1 2 02 2 Indoor unit PCB (Address setting No.0 Setting by rotary SW8.

Remote controller switch 1 If 2 sets of wired remote controllers are connected to the remote control group. INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Number of indoor unit connection 4 ON 2 ON Remote controller PCB Setting by DIP SW 1-2 . SW1-1 OFF ON ON [Master] [Slave] [Master] Remote controller unit PCB When only 1 remote controller will connect.27) - 1 OFF .(05 . Setting by DIP SW 1-1 this switch must be set ON. turn the DIP SW 1-1 of Master Remote Controller off.

to conduct the initial setting of it.28) - .4 INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Central remote controller address 00 01 02 03 Central remote controller (Max. . 16) Set central remote controller address first.Remote controller switch 2 (Remote controller) OFF ON OFF ON [Master] [Slave] [Master] [Slave] Remote controller unit PCB Setting by DIP SW 1 .(05 .

SW1 CN50CN49 CN48 CN22 CN5 INSTALLATION SW 6 Test run(Cooling) Test run(Heating) Pump down operation Forced defrost operation Silent operation fan mode Snow falling protection fan mode EEV initialize Forced oil recovery operation Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden INSTALLATION 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 SW 1 .5-4. FUNCTION SETTING 5-4-1. OUTDOOR UNIT Outdoor unit SW 2 SW 3 SW 4 DIP SW SW 5 SW 7 SW 8 SW 9 ROTARY SW Forbidden Forbidden Base heater validity / invalidity Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden System type switch 1 System type switch 2 Forbidden Forbidden Refrigeration circuit address 1 Refrigeration circuit address 2 SWITCH POSITION Outdoor unit control circuit board 9 8 Rotary-SW 7 6 5 4 3 2 Dip.(05 .29) - .

with ON state) (2) SW2 setting 2-1 Silent operation mode For a reduction of noise level at night. SNOW FALLING PROTECTION FAN MODE ( SW2-2 Snow falling protection fan mode OFF Release ON Operate Factory setting) . SELECTOR SWITCH FOR TEST RUN AND NORMAL OPERATION ( SW1-1 SW1-2 Test Run Remarks OFF OFF Normal operation ON OFF Cooling test run (OFF-ON) and (operated continuously more than 1 min. with ON state) OFF ON Heating test run Same as above ON ON Normal operation (when release ON 1-2 Pump down operation Pump down operation is set with SW1. with ON state) 1-3 Forced defrost operation Forced oil recovery operation is set with SW1. the operating mode of the outdoor unit can be switched.30) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Factory setting) . the outdoor fan is periodically operated by this switch even when the compressor is stopped. (In the cooling mode only. SWITCH FUNCTION (OUTDOOR UNIT) DIP SWITCH SETTING (1) SW1 setting 1-1 Test run ( cooling & Heating ) All the indoor units connected to the outdoor unit can be test-operated by DIP switch setting.4 FORCED DEFROST OPERATION SW1-4 ( Factory setting) Forced defrost OFF Release ON Operate Remarks (OFF-ON) and (operated continuously more than 30 sec. to prevent the unit from being covered with snow.(05 .5-4-2.3 PUMP DOWN OPERATION ( SW1-3 Pump down operation OFF Release ON Operate OFF) Factory setting) Remarks (OFF-ON) and (operated continuously more than 30 sec.) SILENT OPERATION MODE ( SW 2-1 Silent operation mode OFF Release ON Operate Factory setting) 2-2 Snow falling protection fan mode When snowing .

3-4 setting forbidden. (5). ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE INITIALIZATION ( DIP SW2-3 Initialization OFF Release ON Operate Factory setting) 2-4 Forced oil recoverry operation. SW3 setting INSTALLATION INSTALLATION ( Dip SW3-1. (4).4-3. 35W . Base heater : available in the field 220-240V AC .5-2. BASE HEATER SWITCH ( DIP SW5-3 Factory setting) Base heater OFF Invalidity ON validity The base heater output turns ON at an outside temperature of 2 C or less and during heating operation. SW5 setting 5-1 Dip SW 5-1.3-2.SW4 setting Dip SW4-1.3-3.31) - .2-3 Expansion valve initialize This switch initializes the number of pulses of the expansion valve when the outdoor unit is stopped.4-4 setting forbidden.5-4 setting forbidden 5-2 Base heater validity/invalidity This switch sets the output of the base heater (CN5) on the PCB. Oil recovery is started manually by DIP SW 2-4 on the PCB.(05 .4-2. FORCED OIL RECOVERY Factory setting) DIP SW2-4 Forced oil recovery OFF Release ON Operate (3).

6-3 and 6-4 setting forbidden DIP SW6-1 OFF DIP SW6-2 OFF DIP SW6-3 OFF DIP SW6-4 OFF (7) SW7 setting (Never change at the site) 7-1 System type switch The outdoor unit model can be selected by setting DIP switches 7-2 and 7-1 on the PCB.32) - .9 setting Rotary SW 8 9 Description Refrigerant circuit address SW 1 Refrigerant circuit address SW 2 Remarks Refrigerant circuit address (the first digit) Refrigerant circuit address (the second digit) EXTERNAL INPUT AND OUTPUT Connector Output CN48 Error Display (DC12V) .(6) SW6 setting DIP SW 6-1.6-2.(05 . ( OUTDOOR UNIT TYPE SELECTION SW7-2 Type selection OFF OFF Forbidden ON OFF Forbidden OFF ON Heat recovery ON ON Forbidden INSTALLATION INSTALLATION SW7-1 Factory setting) 7-2 Dip SW 7-3 & 7-4 setting forbidden DIP SW7-3 OFF DIP SW7-4 OFF ROTARY SWITCH SETTING SW8.

33) - INSTALLATION 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 .5-4-3.(05 . INDOOR UNIT Indoor unit SW 1 SW 2 DIP SW SW 3 INSTALLATION SW 4 SW 5 SW 6 SW 7 Rotary SW SW 8 SW 9 SW 10 Ceiling height setting 1 Ceiling height setting 2 Room temp correct coefficient of heating 1 Room temp correct coefficient of heating 2 Room temp correct coefficient of cooling Forbidden Filter check validity / invalidity Auto restart validity / invalidity Forbidden(Indoor unit fan speed switch 1) Forbidden(Indoor unit fan speed switch 2) Forbidden(Indoor unit fan speed switch 3) External input select edge / pulse Forbidden(Indoor unit model code) Forbidden(Indoor unit model code) Forbidden(Indoor unit model code) Forbidden(Indoor unit model code) Wireless remote controller custom code switch 1 Wireless remote controller custom code switch 2 Forbidden Draft prevention setting switch Indoor unit address switch Forbidden Refrigerant circuit address 1 Refrigerant circuit address 2 Remote controller address SWITCH POSITION Indoor unit control circuit board For AB / AU / AR type indoor unit For AS / AW types indoor unit CN24 CN23 CN22 CN21 CN24 SW10 CN27 CN22 CN23 SW1 SW9 SW8 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW4 SW8 SW10 SW6 SW7 SW1 SW9 SW5 SW7 SW3 SW2 .

COOLING TEMPERATURE CORRECTION ( SW2-1 Factory setting) Coefficient value OFF 0 deg ON + 2 deg 2-2 Dip SW 2-2 setting forbidden ( SW2-2 Factory setting) OFF 2-3 Filter check validity / invalidity.(05 .5 suitable ceiling height (m) This function is validity only cassette type 1-2 Room temperature correct coefficient of heating.5 Low ceiling ON ON less than 2. Filter check is set with Dip SW 2-3 FILTER CLEANING FUNCTION ( SW2-3 Filter check OFF Invalidity ON Validity Factory setting) . Decide the heating temperature correct coefficient value of heating. Decide the cooling temperature correct coefficient value of cooling. SW1-3 SW1-4 Coefficient value OFF OFF + 4 deg ON OFF + 8 deg OFF ON 0 deg ON ON + 12 deg Factory setting) INSTALLATION INSTALLATION HEATING TEMPERATURE CORRECTION ( (2) SW2 setting 2-1 Room temperature correct coefficient of cooling.34) - .5-4-4.5 High ceiling 2 OFF ON more than 3.5~3 High ceiling 1 ON OFF 3~3. SWITCH FUNCTION (INDOOR UNIT) DIP SWITCH SETTING (1) SW1 setting 1-1 Ceiling height setting CEILING HEIGHT SETTING (CASSETTE TYPE) SW1-1 SW1-2 Standard OFF OFF 2.

Control the auto restart function by turning this switch ON/OFF.35) - . AUTO RESTART SETTING ( SW2-4 Auto restart OFF Invalidity ON Validity Factory setting) SW3 setting (Never change at the site) 3-1 Indoor unit fan speed switch This switch can select fan speed corresponding to each model.2-4 Auto restart validity / invalidity. Large ceiling type AB30 AB36 AB45 AB54 SW3-1 OFF OFF OFF OFF SW3-2 OFF ON OFF ON SW3-3 OFF OFF ON ON AU54 AU45 AU36 AU30 AU25 AU20 SW3-1 OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON SW3-2 OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON SW3-3 OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON AS18 AS24 AS30 SW3-1 OFF OFF ON SW3-2 OFF ON ON SW3-3 ON ON ON AW7 AW9 AW12 AW14 AW18 AW24 AW30 SW3-1 OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON SW3-2 OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON SW3-3 OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Cassette type Wall mounted type Ceiling wall type Other model (Default) SW3-1 OFF SW3-2 OFF SW3-3 OFF 3-2 DIP SW 3-4 setting This switch is used to select the format of external input command as shown in the table below.(05 . ( Factory setting) SW3-4 External input select OFF Edge ON Pulse .

*If air conditioning cooling operation is performed in long time and a humid place. 2. . Press the MASTER CONTROL button again to end the code change.65 Draft prevention position Flap angle 25 . A B C D 3.65 An air flow direction.36) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION ( . there is a possibility that waterdrop may hang down from a blow-off mouth. in order to prevent mixing of multiple indoor unit signals. Remote controller custom code switch Factory setting) SW5-1 SW5-2 Custom code OFF OFF Type A ON OFF Type B OFF ON Type C ON ON Type D 1. 5-2 DIP SW 5-3 setting forbidden ( SW5-3 Factory setting) OFF 5-3 Draft prevention setting switch (only for cassette type) Set the flap angle of cassette type unit. Press the MASTER CONTROL button for more than five seconds to start the code change. Draft prevention switch ( Factory setting) SW5-4 flap angle OFF Normal position ON Draft prevention position Normal position Flap angle 35 . Press the (+) or (-) button to select the desired code.(3) SW4 setting (Never change at the site) Indoor unit model code. INDOOR UNIT MODEL CODE Capacity 60 54 45 36 30 25(24) 20 18 14 12 9 7 SW4-1 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF SW4-2 ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF SW4-3 OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF SW4-4 ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Type (4) SW5 setting 5-1 Wireless remote controller custom code switch Decid the custom code and restrict the type of infrared control signal. This switch for changing the model code information of indoor unit PCB.(05 . It can prevent that a cold wind directly hits. by moving the flap angle horizontally.

37) - See 5-5-1 for details INSTALLATION REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT ADDRESS SWITCH (Factory setting SW 8: 0 SW 9: 0) .ROTARY SWITCH SETTING 1. Set the remote controller address in the 0.9 setting Refrigerant circuit address switch Sets the refrigerant circuit.(05 .2.1. (Factory setting : 0) INDOOR UNIT ADDRESS SWITCH Rotary SW Description Remarks 6 Indoor unit address SW Indoor unit address ( 0~15 ) 2. to identity the indoor unit in the remote controller group. the number (remote controller address) in the remote controller group is set.SW10 setting Remote controller address switch When the indoor unit is wired by remote controller group.SW8.SW7 setting forbidden Rotary SW7 0 3.15 order (Blank is not allowed) REMOTE CONTROLLER ADDRESS SWITCH (Factory setting : 0) Rotary SW 10 Description Remarks Remote controller address SW Remote controller address EXTERNAL INPUT AND OUTPUT Connector Indoor unit type CN21 Wall mounted / Ceiling wall types CN27 Other types Input Output Remarks CONTROL INPUT (OPERATION / STOP) CN22 OPERATION DISPLAY (DC12V) CN23 ERROR DISPLAY (DC12V) All types INDOOR UNIT FAN STATUS DISPLY(DC12V) CN24 . Rotary SW 8 INSTALLATION 9 Description Remarks Refrigerant circuit address SW 1 Refrigerant circuit address SW 2 Refrigerant circuit address (the first digit) Refrigerant circuit address (the second digit) 4.SW6 setting Indoor unit address switch Sets the indoor unit addresses.~.

5-4-5. SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER Wired. WIRED.(05 . simple remote controller DIP SW 1 2 Dual remote controller setting 3 Group control setting 4 Model setting 5 6 Auto changeover setting Memory backup setting (Wired remote controller only) SWITCH POSITION Wired remote controller Front case (back side) ON INSTALLATION INSTALLATION OFF 1 2 3 4 5 6 DIP Switch Simple remote controller DIP switch (UTB-YRA / UTB-GRA / UTB-TRA) ON OFF OFF 1 2 3 4 5 6 ON DIP switch .38) - 1 2 3 4 5 6 (UTB-YPB / UTB-GPB / UTB-TPB) .

1 No.4 as follows.1 and 2 according to the following table. ( Factory setting) DIP-SW No.5-4-6.2 1 (Normal) ON OFF 2 (Dual) OFF OFF ON ON INSTALLATION 1 2 3 1 2 3 Master unit Slave unit Remote controller 1-2 Group control setting Indoor unit 0 Number of indoor unit connection (One/Multiple) This is switched according to the number of connected indoor units. ( Factory setting) Master unit When ground wire is necessary Slave unit DIP-SW DIP-SW DIP-SW DIP-SW No.2 No. ( Remote controller cable 1 2 3 Indoor unit 1 1 2 3 Indoor unit 2 1 2 3 Factory setting) DIP-SW No.39) - Indoor unit 3 1 2 3 INSTALLATION Number of remote controller 1 2 3 . DIP-SW FUNCTION (WIRED.SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER) DIP SWITCH SETTING (1) SW1 setting 1-1 Dual remote controller setting Indoor unit Set the remote controller DIP switch No.(05 .1 No.3 Number of indoor unit OFF One unit connection ON Multiple unit connection 1 2 3 Remote controller cable Remote controller When ground wire is necessary 1-3 Model setting The system type of the outdoor unit can be selected by setting up DIP switch No.4 Model OFF Heat Pump model or Heat Recovery model ON Cooling only model .

( Factory setting) DIP-SW No.1-4 Auto changeover setting Selecting auto changeover validity / invalidity. . Set to OFF for AIRSTAGETM (VRF system) Heat Pump models. If batteries are not used.5 Factory setting) Auto changeover OFF Invalidity ON Validity 1-5 Memory backup setting (Wired remote controller only) Set to ON to use batteries for thr memory backup.40) - .(05 . ( DIP-SW No.6 Memory backup OFF Invalidity ON Validity INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Never turn it ON in the case of simple remote controller. all of the settings stored in memory will be deleted if there is a power failure.

5-4-7. If there is a power failure when the memory backup is enabled. Factory setting) SW1 Memory backup OFF Invalidity ON Validity (2) SW2 setting : Forbidden . the setting stored in the memory will be saved.41) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION DIP switch . GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER Group remote controller DIP SW Factory setting 1 Memory backup setting OFF 2 Forbidden OFF SWITCH POSITION Group remote controller Front case (back side) OFF ON 1 2 ON 5-4-8.(05 . SWITCH FUNCTION (GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER) DIP SWITCH SETTING (1) SW1 setting Set SW1 to ON to enable the memory backup. ( . . .

42) - . CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER Central remote controller DIP-SW SW 3 INSTALLATION SW 42 External Input validity / invalidity External Input select Edge / pulse Filter sign indication ON / OFF o o C / F switch RC operation prohibit function validity / invalidity Forbidden Forbidden SRAM battery ON / OFF Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Initial setting INSTALLATION SW 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 SWITCH POSITION Central remote controller DIP SW2 SWITCH 42 DIP SW3 .5-4-9.(05 .

Factory setting) ( SW2-5 RC operation prohibit function OFF Validity ON Invalidity .5-4-10.(05 . Select the external input command function. Filter check sign indication or not when filter check signal come from indoor unit. C / F switch Temperature display is centigrade( C ) / Fahrenheit( F ) ( Factory setting) SW2-4 C/F OFF C ON F 1-5 DIP SW2-5 setting For validity / invalidity the wired . ( SW2-3 Factory setting) Filter check sign indication OFF Non-Display ON Display 1-4 DIP SW2-4 setting.43) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION SW2-2 . ( SW2-1 Factory setting) External input function OFF Invalidity ON Validity 1-2 DIP SW2-2 setting.simple and wireless remote controller operation prohibit function. For validity / invalidity the external input function. DIP-SW FUNCTION (CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER) DIP SWITCH SETTING (1) DIP-SW2 SETTING 1-1 DIP SW2-1 setting. ( Factory setting) External input select OFF Edge ON Pulse (Refer to 5-4-4 and 5-4-6 external input & output) 1-3 DIP SW2-3 setting.

1-6 DIP SW2-6 2-7 setting forbidden. DIP SW 2-6 OFF DIP SW 2-7 OFF 1-7 DIP SW2-8 setting. (factory setting : OFF) ( Factory setting) SW2-8 SRAM Battery OFF OFF ON ON 1-8 SW42 Initial setting button This switch is used when initializing the central remote controller. Be sure to set this switch to ON. the battery is turned off to avoid electricity consumption. . SRAM Battery ON / OFF When installing the central remote controller. . this switch must be set to ON.44) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION At the time of shipment.(05 .

*2) For other types Off Remote Controller Indoor Unit CN 21(RED) *1) CN 27(RED) *2) On Ch1 of CN21 *1) or CN27 *2) 1 2 Stop .The wire connection shall be separate from the power cable line. 1 Input select Input select OFF Edge ON Pulse 2 In the case of "Edge" input CONNECTOR INSTALLATION Ch1 of CN21*1) (RED) or CN27*2)(RED) Ch 1 INPUT SIGNAL COMMAND OFF ON Operation ON OFF Stop Ch 2 3 NOTE 1.EXTERNAL INPUT & OUTPUT 5-5-1.(05 . INDOOR UNIT (1) Control input (Operation/Stop) Indoor unit can be operated or stopped by using indoor unit PCB CN 21 (Wall mounted type / ceiling wall type) or CN27 (other types) Resistance < 500(ohm) ( Switch : ON ) Resistance > 100(Kilo-ohm) ( Switch : OFF ) A twisted-pair cable(AWG22) shoud be used maximum length of cable is 25m. The last command has priority.45) - INSTALLATION Dip SW3-4 . On Operation Stop 3 In the case of "pulse" input CONNECTOR CN21*1) (RED) or CN27 *2)(RED) INPUT SIGNAL COMMAND Ch1 OFF ON Operation Ch2 OFF ON Stop The width of pulse must be longer than 200ms. The indoor units within the same remote controller group operates in the same mode. 3. 2. On Ch1 CN21 *1) or CN27 *2) Off On Ch2 Off Operation Indoor Unit or *1) For Wall mounted type / Ceiling wall type.5-5.

(2) Output CONNECTOR OUT VOLTAGE CN22 CN23 CN24 STATUS 12V Operation 0V Stop 12V Error 0V Normal 12V Fan run 0V Fan stop 1 Operation display Indoor unit CN 22 Operation + Operation Indicator Stop 1 2 12V CN 22 - (WHITE) 0V Indoor unit CN 23 Error + Error Indicator Normal 1 2 12V CN 23 - (WHITE) 0V 3 Inter locking output with indoor unit fan Indoor unit CN 24 + Fan run Indoor unit fan status Indicator Fan stop 12V 0V EX) Used for inter lock energize for exhaust fan. (3) Parts Following cord (service parts) is required. Please use the parts number shown below to order the cord from your sales representative. For output port EXTERNAL INPUT WIRE 1 9368778002 For control input port EXTERNAL INPUT WIRE 1 9368779009 .(05 . Usage Name and shapes Q'ty Parts No.46) - 1 2 CN 24 - (WHITE) INSTALLATION INSTALLATION 2 Error display .

BASE HEATER WIRE 1 9368776008 EXTERNAL INPUT WIRE 1 9368777005 . 35W 3 4 (3) Parts Following cord (service parts) is required. Please use the parts number shown below to order the cord from your sales representative. Name and shapes Q'ty Parts No.B CN 48 - (BLACK) Error STATUS 0V Error Indicator 1 2 CN48 Normal 12V 0V 2 Base heater output CN 5 (GREEN) 1 2 Base heater (Field supply) AC220 .(05 .47) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Turn ON when the ambient temperature is low in heating mode.(2 C or less) .240V.C. OUTDOOR UNIT (1) Input Not use (2) Output + 1 Error display This output indicates the outdoor unit and connected indoor unit's "Normal" or "Error" status.5-5-2. CONNECTOR OUTPUT VOLTAGE CN48 (BLACK) Normal 12V Error P.

or PC controller can be operated or stopped by this input. (Please refer to PC Controller's setting manual.5-5-3.48) - INSTALLATION Input select can be set in environmental set up.) . On CN9 Ch1 Off On CN9 Ch2 Off All ON Indoor Unit All ON .(05 . CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER / PC CONTROLLER (1) Input 1 Control input (All on / All off) Indoor units which stored into Central R.C.C.B On CN9 Ch1 Off Indoor Unit All ON All OFF c) In the case of "Pulse" input CONNECTOR CN9 (RED) INPUT SIGNAL COMMAND Ch1 OFF ON All ON Ch2 OFF ON All OFF The width of pulse must be longer than 300ms. a) Input select Central remote controller DipSW2-1 DipSW2-2 Input select ON OFF "Edge" ON ON "Pulse" PC controller b) In the case of "Edge" input INSTALLATION CONNECTOR CN9 (RED) Ch1 Ch1 INPUT SIGNAL COMMAND OFF ON All ON ON OFF All OFF Ch2 1 2 3 CN9 (RED) P.

1 9368779009 . CONNECTOR CN1 (WHITE) Indoor Unit CN1 Ch2 Ch2 OUTPUT SIGNAL STATUS open All of indoor units "Normal" short At least one more indoor units "Error" Error Normal short open (3) Parts Following cord (service parts) is required.(05 .Pin3 .(2) Output 1 Operation display This output indicates the indoor unit's "Operate" or "Stop" status.70mA 2 Error display This output indicates the indoor unit's "Normal" or "Error" status. max 15V.B 1 Necessary to insert a diode on both ends of relay coil.49) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION 2 Pin1 . Name and shapes EXTERNAL INPUT WIRE Q'ty Parts No.C. Please use the parts number shown below to order the cord from your sales representative. OUTPUT SIGNAL CONNECTOR CN1 (WHITE) Ch1 STATUS open All of indoor units "OFF" short At least one more indoor units "ON" 1 Indoor Unit CN1 Ch1 ON ON /OFF Indicator OFF short Error Indicator open 2 Ch1 Ch2 Com + - 1 2 3 CN1 (WHITE) P.Pin3 Pin2 .

. Installing the unit individually 10 mm or more Install the unit where connection to the indoor unit is easy. Therefore. (Reverse cycle model only) Front side 300 mm or more 500 mm or more Take the air conditioner weight into account and select a place where noise and vibration will be flow.5-6. Select a location so that the warm exhaust air and noise from the outdoor unit do not disturb neighbors. but keep an enough spacing by considering the future servicing and constructions from the rear. If possible.200 : L1 500.200 mm or less) The height of the wall (H) on the front side and rear side should be 1. (If necessary . fasten it securely.200 : L1 > 500+h. L1 h Provide the required space shown in Figure so that the air flow is not blocked.200 mm. 10 mm or more While the gap in the rear side requires at least 300mm for inlet ventilation. install the outdoor unit in a place where drain water flow will not be obstructed. Install the outdoor unit in a location where it will avoid getting dirty and getting wet from rain.(05 . please refer to the section 3-5 INSTALLATION SPACE. INSTALLATION WORK 5-6-1. Note: For the installation of multiple units and the duct connections. During heating operation. H (1. Install inlet and outlet ducts in order to maintain stable operation in cold or snowy regions.200 mm or less) INSTALLATION Rear side . L2 > 300+h Front air intake The dimensions shown above are minimum required limit to prevent a decline in performance. L2 300 H > 1. do not install the unit where it will be exposed to direct sunlight. H 1. INSTALLATION Do not place animals and plants in the path of the warm air.200 mm or less. drain water flows from the outdoor unit. add dimension (h) to the respective space dimensions L1 and L2.50) - L2 h Top blower outlet Rear air intake H (1.install a blind that does not interfere with the air flow. If the wall height exceeds 1. INSTALLATION THE OUTDOOR UNIT SELECTING THE MOUNTING POSITION WARNING Install the unit where it will not be tilted by more than 3 . The space provided should be increased in consideration of passageways and room for maintenance. When installing the outdoor unit it may be exposed to strong wind.

fasten it strongly with anchor bolts. Be sure to suspend the unit with ropes from 4 places and be careful not to subject it to impacts.300kg Outdoor unit If suspending the unit and conveying it to its installation location.000 mm 850 mm 678 mm ANCHOR BOLT POSITIONS 650 mm INSTALLATION Use 2 ropes which are 7 m in length or longer . When the outdoor unit will be exposed to strong wind. using the four cutouts places on the front and rear provided for suspending it. place the ropes under the bottom. INSTALLATION Rope suspension area The distance between the left and right anchor bolts should be at least 850 mm.51) - 1. .(05 . . Protective boards Use rope made of strong material enough to bear the unit's weight.HOISTING METHOD Weight approx. such as concrete blocks to minimize shock and vibration. Set the unit on a strong stand.300 mm 1. Do not set the unit directly on the ground because it will cause problems. Place protective boards on the unit so the rope doesn't make contact with the bell mouth.

52) - 300 mm or more 30 mm or more 30 mm or more INSTALLATION LARGE CEILING TYPE .5-6-2.(05 . INSTALLATION SPACE UNIVERSAL / FLOOR CEILING TYPE 150mm or more 300mm or more 300mm or more 300mm or more 20mm or more Ceiling panel INSTALLATION Ceiling INDOOR UNIT 80 mm or more INDOOR UNIT 150 mm or more Ceiling 80 mm Ceiling panel or more 150 mm or more 10 mm or more 10 mm or more COMPACT DUCT TYPE Right side (PIPE side) Left side Left Right side Strong and durable ceiling side Indoor unit 100 mm or more Inlet air 300 mm or more Strong and durable floor 100 mm or more .

200 mm or more 285 mm INSTALLATION Strong and durable ceiling .(05 .000 mm or more AU36 .54 .30 Obstruction 1.DUCT TYPE HIGH PRESSURE DUCT TYPE Strong and durable ceiling INDOOR UNIT Left side Right side AIR FLOW 150 mm or more 150 mm or more 150 mm or more 500 mm or more COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE INSTALLATION 245 mm or more 1.53) - 250 mm or more 1.000 mm or more 1.000 mm or more Obstruction CASSETTE TYPE You can select 2-way setting Strong and durable ceiling (A) Standard setting (B) Slender setting 235 mm 200 mm or more AU20 .

INSTALLATION Right side 200 mm or over 40 mm or over INSTALLATION 40 mm or over Left side 50 mm or over .WALL MOUNTED TYPE 60 mm or over Left side 50 mm or over Right side 200 mm or over 1500 mm or over 1500 to 2000 mm CEILING WALL TYPE CAUTION 1500 mm or over Ceiling protrusion 1500 to 2500 mm .54) - If there is a section of the ceiling that protrudes. mount in a position that allows for 40 mm or more of space between the unit and the protrusion.(05 .

Install the unit where the connection pipe can be easily installed. Also install the unit where the filter can be removed. Do not install the unit where it will be exposed to direct sunlight. . If children under 10 years old may approach the unit. steam.(05 .CAUTION WARNING Install at a place that can withstand the weight of the indoor and outdoor units and install positively so that the units will not topple or fall. into consideration and leave the spaces. or flammable gas. . Do not install the unit near a source of heat. CAUTION Do not install where there is the danger of combustible gas leakage. Install the unit where the drain pipe can be easily installed. take preventive measures so that they cannot reach the unit. Decide the mounting position with the customer as follows: Install the indoor unit on a strong wall which is not subject to vibration. etc. Take servicing.55) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION The inlet and outlet ports should not be obstructed :the air should be able to blow all over the room.

When replacing the unit. When processing the pipe.tube . either cut it out or use the reducer. Please blow out the dust by dried inert gas when using Be careful to avoid the dust or water falling into the pipe when performing piping process and piping installation. Only use the new piping. Keep the permissible length of every piping limitation to prevent a defect or cooling/heating failure. make the number of bending portion as few as possible.5-6-3. To process the branch. Pressure hose Bello ws v alve Nitr og en gas Rubber stopper Make sure to insulate the refrigeration pipes separately with ample thickness of heat-resistant polyethylene form etc. For the connecting portion. apply the enough insulation to avoid any gap. never use piping which has been used for previous installations. . do not use T-shaped pipe.56) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION T . be sure to blow dry nitrogen gas through them. which causes a uneven refrigerant flow. Use the optionally available standard branch kit. and the bending radius as large as possible. While welding the pipes. PIPING CONNECTION CAUTION Use the designated size ( Diameter & thickness ) of refrigerant pipes Those pipes purchased locally may contain dust inside. Separation Tube (Standard parts) If the diameter of the required pipe is different from the branch unit.(05 .

CAUTION Welding While welding the pipe.57) - . If not used. be sure to blow dry nitrogen gas through the pipes. Example) Inside state of welding pipe section Nitrogen Gas does not used INSTALLATION Nitrogen Gas used but not sufficient (Oxygen gas still inside the pipe) INSTALLATION Nitrogen Gas used . it will be caused to damage for compressor and clog the strainer and Electronic Expansion Valve.(05 .

(where opened the hole for connecting the pipe) Bottom piping If the piping is connected from the rear or bottom. 75 (Unit: mm) Knockout hole 210 30 36 INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Right piping Front piping .(05 . close up the space after the piping work. When connecting the piping to the bottom of the unit.58) - . Rear piping If the wild animals may get in the unit.OUTDOOR UNIT PIPE CONNECTION Piping mounting direction (4-way mounting possible) There are four possible ways to connect the piping to the outdoor unit.open a knockout hole at the bottom of the unit. Knockouts are provided all the place where the pipes need to be connected. be sure that there is enough space around the unit to make connections.

*Use the provided accessory parts.2) 19.2 N.cm (78. Remove bolts.m) Suction gas pipe (Bolt) 350 to 400 kgf.58(1. Flare nut tightening torque Pipe Tightening torque Liquid pipe 500 to 550 kgf.59) - Bolt (long) (Accessorie) .cm (49 to 53.3 to 39.Before connecting flange joint assembly to ball valve. ACCESSORY PARTS Ball valve Description Q'ty Flange joint assembly Gasket Valve plate 1 Washer Gasket (Accessory)* Bolt (short) Flange joint assembly Gasket Washer 1 Connecting the flange joint pipe.9 N.m) Discharge gas pipe 800 to 1000 kgf. Never use the other or used parts.8) ( ):thickness .cm (34.0) Liquid 12. INSTALLATION 2 INSTALLATION Bolt (long) Bolt (long) (Accessory)* Torque wrench Gasket (Accessorie) Flange joint assembly Flange joint pipe Flare nut Flare nut Washer Connection pipe Leave the valve of Outdoor Unit fully close and do not operate until all the piping connections are done and the pressure test and air vacuum have been successfully completed.m) Pipe diameter Unit:mm Suction gas Discharge gas 28.70(0.05(1.4 to 98 N.(05 . valve plate and gasket.

Binder . attach heat insulation to the separation tube.SEPARATION TUBE Separation tube selection Total capacity of indoor units Model name of separation tube to be used Less than 60 61 or more Heat recovery model UTR-BP54MA UTR-BP90MA Outdoor unit or Refrigerant branch kit Indoor unit or Refrigerant branch kit Installation angle Install the separation tube so that it branches either horizontally or vertically. Remove the protective paper for the tape attached to the heat insulation for the separation tube. Tighten by using binders in two locations.60) - . Pipe cutter 15 mm or more stopper After brazing the piping.(05 . INSTALLATION Vertical INSTALLATION Horizontal 30 Horizontal line Installation Use the pipe cutter to cut at the location which matches the piping size when the piping size is different.

Make sure that dirt or water does not enter the piping when connecting the piping. 3. Be sure to cut the piping off at least 15 mm from the piping stopper If the piping is cut too short. Header Outdoor unit Header Outdoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Header selection Number of branches (Number of indoor units connected) Model name of header to be used Cooling only model Heat pump model UTR-HD906R UTR-HD908R Piping connection (1) When connecting the connection pipes from the indoor units. Gas pipe Liquid pipe 1 2 3 4 Outdoor unit or separation tube 5 Outdoor unit or separation tube 6 4 6 3 2 1 5 (2) Use a pipe cutter to cut at the location that matches the piping size. leaks can occur.61) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION 6 units or less 7 to 8 units . Plugging pipe . etc. 2.(05 . After cutting the piping off. connect them to the header branch pipes in the order 1. be sure to deburr it. Pipe cutter 15 mm or more (3) Attach a plugging pipe provided if there is no piping connected at the headers.Header installation Caution Separation after header is not allowed.

Remove the protective paper for the tape on the heat insulation for the header and attach it.(05 . INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Binder Cover the plugging pipe with heat insulation and seal with tape. Tighten by using binders in five locations.62) - (Procure locally) . Liquid pipe Gas pipe A Outdoor unit side Horizontal line Brazing point H1 1 VIEW A B Outdoor unit side Horizontal line Brazing point Vertical line 1 H2 2 H 2= 0 mm ~ 10 mm H1= 0 mm ~ 10 mm Horizontal ( 1 : 0° ~ 1°) line 1: -10° ~ 10° 2 VIEW B ( 2 : 0° ~ 1°) 2: -10° ~ 10° Heat insulation installation After brazing the piping. attach heat insulation. and then. secure it in place. Tape Plugging pipe Heat insulation for header Heat insulation for plugging pipe Heat insulation for plugging pipe .Installation Install the header so that it branches horizontally. Use a level to make sure that the header is positioned as shown in following figure.

(2) Leave the space required to service the RB unit.Y90A4A 100 mm or more Strainer Strainer 400 mm or more 400 mm or more 400 mm or more 100 mm or more Strainer 400 mm or more Position the Hanging Bolt UTF .RB UNIT RB unit selection Number of branches (Number of indoor units connected) Model name of RB unit to be used 1 units UTF-Y54A1A 1 to 4 units UTF-Y90A4A Selecting the mouhting position (1) Install the RB unit on a place having a sufficient strength so that it withstands against the weight of the RB unit.(05 . UTF .Y54A1A UTF . (4) Install the unit where noise and vibrations are not amplified.Y90A4A Hanging bolt position 610 mm Hanging bolt position 227 mm .63) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Strainer .Y54A1A UTF . (3) The ceiling rear height as shown below.

70 15.88 * 19. 25 * 9.Y90A4A unit : mm 19.70 31 or more to 60 7. 60 * 19. Suction Gas pipe Outdoor unit or Refrigerant Branch Kit.52 12.Y90A4A Suction Gas pipe Discharge Gas Pipe 28.52 x 4 Conection pipe size UTF .88 * 31 or more to 60 UTF .88 28. 30 unit : mm 18.05 12.70 7.70 15. 9 18. 45. Suction Gas pipe Discharge Gas pipe Liquid pipe Discharge Gas pipe Liquid pipe RB unit RB unit Liquid pipe Gas pipe Gas pipe Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit RB unit pipe size unit : mm Suction Gas pipe Side of Outdoor unit Discharge Gas Pipe 19. 54.05 15. 45. 20.70 * 6. 24.88 36.52 61 or more 12. 60 Liquid Pipe * 19. 9 * 9.52 12. 54. 14 * 12.Y54A1A Outdoor unit Indoor unit Model code of Indoor unit Suction Gas Pipe Discharge Gas Pipe Less than 30 * 15.88 UTF .Y90A4A Outdoor unit or Refrigerant Branch Kit.(05 .58 19.58 15.05 9.88 30 36.64) - . a reducer will be needed when connecting the piping.88 x 4 9.70 15. 20.05 Side of Indoor unit 15.88 Liquid pipe 19.52 If there is (*) shown. 25. 14 * 12.Connection pipe outline UTF .Y54A1A 12. 24.35 15.Y54A1A UTF .05 * 9. flare the reducer provided or cut with a pipe cutter at the location that matches the diameter Pipe Cutter Reducer .05 INSTALLATION INSTALLATION UTF . As shown in the illustration below.05 Indoor unit 12.88 Outdoor unit Model code of Indoor unit Suction Gas Pipe Discharge Gas Pipe Less than 30 * 15.

The length of the cord can be extended a maximum of 40 m. flare it before connecting Flare nut tightening torque Strainer Reducer Reducer Flare nut Tightening torque 9.65) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION (small) . procure a cord locally and extend the length.Installation Procedure for connecting pipe Make sure to install "strainer" as shown below.05 mm dia.(05 .4 N . 73.9 N .4 to 34. 78. m 800 to 1.4 to 98 N .75 mm2 or more RB unit cord RB unit cord RB unit cord . Specifications: 4 core shielded cord 0.Y90A4A If a reducer is used. The RB unit cord is 10 meters long. m 750 to 800 kgf . If the distance to the indoor unit exceeds the length of the RB cord. The specifications for the cord are as follows. 30. 49.70 mm dia. cm 19. m 500 to 550 kgf . cm 12. Coupler heat insulation (large) Strainer (small) 4 Strainer (small) Cap Strainer (large) Strainer (large) (large) UTF . cm Electrical wiring Pull the RB unit cord into the indoor unit control box and connect it to the connector (white) from the circuit board. m 310 to 350 kgf .000 kgf . cm 15.5 to 78.52 mm dia.88 mm dia.0 to 53.3 N .Y54A1A Coupler heat insulation (large) 4 UTF .

Make sure to add the pressure to both Gas pipe and Liquid pipe. Note: When the ambient temperature changes 5 deg.94 MPa).47 N m) or less 150 to 200 kgf cm (14. Vacuum the indoor unit and the connecting pipes until the pressure gauge indicates -76 cmHg.8 to 11. perform a sealing test. and connect the gauge manifold and the vacuum pump to the charging valve by the service hoses. Charge the piping with nitrogen to within the sealing test pressure (2. VACUUM PROCESS CAUTION Do not purge the air with refrigerant but use a vacuum pump to remove air from the indoor unit and connection pipes! Ball valve (Suction Gas) Tightening torque Ball valve Spindle (handle) Cap 15 kgf cm (1.6 to 24. Open the handle (spindle) of the Large and middle valves(Ball valve).remove the cap of the three valves.7 to 19. .7 N m) 200 to 250 kgf cm (19. After 24 hours.05MPa. INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Remove the cap. check that the pressure has not fallen.the test pressure changes 0. performance will degrade and an abnormal sound will be generated. Perform the leak test on all flared and brazed parts. After vacuuming inside the indoor unit and connecting pipes.AIR TIGHT TEST After the piping has been installed. Open the spindle of the Small valve(3 way valve) with a hexagon wrench.(05 . Tighten the cap of the three valves to the specified torque. When -76 cmHg is reached. . operate the vacuum pump for at least 1 hour.6 N m) Open valve state Closed valve state 3 way valve 100 to 120 kgf cm (9.5 N m) Ball valve (Discharge Gas) Open valve state Closed valve state 3 way valve 3 way valve Spindle Hexagon wrench Open Small pipe Close Large pipe Charging valve Middle pipe Cap .66) - If the spindle (handle) is not fully open.

For after service purpose . If the units are further apart than this. Either larger or smaller refrigerant charge amount leads to the cause of trouble. . the added refrigerant charge amount and the calculation shall be indicated firmily on the service label over the control box cover. When chaging the refrigerant .do not mix gas other than the specified refrigerant inside the refrigerant circuit.ADDITIONAL CHARGE Always add the refrigerant for the appropriate amount. Refer the additional refrigent charge amount to item 5-1-4 "ADDITIONAL CHARGE CALCULATION".67) - Scale Pressure reduction valve Nitrogen . correct operation can not be guaranteed. Pressure gauge Refrigerant container Vacuum pump . CAUTION When moving and installing the air conditioner. INSTALLATION INSTALLATION The maximum length of the piping is 100 m (actual pipe length). Add refrigerant from the charging valve after the completion of the work.(05 .always use an electronic balance for refrigerant chaging (to measure the refrigerant by weight).

Imperfect installation may cause a fire.68) - . Screw with special washer Screw with special washer Round terminal Wire Round terminal Terminal board Wire Terminal block . (If the insulator is chafed. Using a round terminal fastener or pliers.electric leakage may occur. Using a scre wdriver. place it on the terminal board and tighten securely with the terminal screw using a screwdriver. then strip the insulation to about 3/8" (10 mm) to expose the strand wiring. bend the solid wire to form a loop suitable for the terminal screw. Strip 15/16" (25 mm) Cut the wire end with a wire cutter or wire-cutting pliers.) Always connect the ground wire. securely clamp a round terminal to each stripped wire end.and electric company WARNING Before starting work.5-6-4. remove the terminal screw(s) on the terminal board. Connect wiring to the terminals Using pliers.(05 . Strand wire Round terminal Position the round terminal wire. For strand wiring Cut the wire end with a wire cutter or wire-cutting pliers. Connect the connection cord firmly to the terminal board. then strip the insulation to about 15/16"(25 mm) to expose the solid wire. Always fasten the outside covering of the connection cord with the cord clamp. remove the terminal screw(s) on the terminal board. Strip 3/8" (10 mm) INSTALLATION A. Shape the loop wire properly. and replace and tighten the terminal screw using a screwdriver. For solid core wiring (or F-cable) B. Insulation B. Solid wire Loop INSTALLATION Using a screwdriver. A. check that power is not being supplied to the outdoor unit. based on your local regions related laws and regurations. ELECTRICAL WIRING Always perform the installation referring to the installation instruction sheet.

0mm thick. Terminal board Control box metal Cord clamp Control box metal cover Cable crip Insulation tube Power supply cord Transmission cord .Fix the connection cord and power supply cord at the cord clamp After passing the transmission cord and power supply cord through the insulation tube. OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION INSTALLATION (1) Remove the front panel right. fasten it with the cord clamp.0. Use VW-1.(05 . PVC tube as the insulation tube.69) - .5 to 1. Front panel right (2) Remove control box metal cover and connect the power supply cord and transmission cord.

change the contracted capacity. . Perform wiring work in accordance with standards so that the air conditioner can be operated safely and positively.When the current contracted capacity is insufficient. Bundling these cords together will cause misoperation. [3 phase TYPE] The rated voltage of this product is 380-415 V 3 50 Hz. Use a circuit breaker and receptacle matched to the capacity of the air conditioner. transmission cord and remote controller cord together.(05 .INDOOR UNIT 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 REMOTE TRANS POWER CONTROL MISSION SUPPLY Indoor unit wiring Transmission cord 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 REMOTE TRANS POWER CONTROL MISSION SUPPLY Power supply cord RB unit cord Remote control cord Remote control unit Refrigerant branch unit (Heat recovery model only) 380-415 V 3 R S 50Hz T N POWER 220-240 V 1 50Hz 2 1 TRANSMISSION Transmission cord CAUTION Use care to wire properly. Always use a special branch circuit and install a special receptacle to supply power to the air conditioner.50 Hz.000 meters if the optional signal amplifier is used. The total length of the transmission cord should not exceed 500 meters. contact the power company to raise electrical voltage. Install a leakage circuit breaker in accordance with the related laws and regulations and electric company standards.70) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Outdoor unit wiring Power supply cord .C. (Miss-wiring will result in damage. WARNING [1 phase TYPE] The rated voltage of this product is 220-240V A.) Never bundle the power supply cord. Before turning on verify that the voltage is within the 342 V to 457 V range. Note that the total length of the transmission cord can be extended to 2. Before turning on verify that the voltage is within the 198 V to 264 V range. The power source capacity must be the sum of the air conditioner current and the current of other electrical appliances. When the voltage is low and the air conditioner is difficult to start.

5-6-5. DRAIN PROCESSING OUTDOOR UNIT Please connect the hose when the processing of the drain water of the installation in the room etc.(05 . install the drain pipe and connect it to an commercial 16 mm hose. Since the drain water flows out of the outdoor unit during heating operation. Outdoor unit 50mm or more Gutter 10mm or more Drain channel (with gradient 1/100) Gutter .To prevent the area surrounding the outdoor unit from getting wet. (When heating the outdoor temperature is 0 C or less. Rear panel Remove the rear panel.71) - INSTALLATION Drain pan INSTALLATION Rear panel . Hose Drain pipe CAUTION Drain water will leak from the bottom of outdoor unit during cooling / heating operation.) Knockout hole Drain pipe mounting holes Always use a drain pipe at three places.even if the drain pipe is connected. is necessary by the following method.install a gutter surrounding the outdoor unit as shown in the figure below for drain water. construct so that drain water from the outdoorunit will not freeze in the drain pipe.

NO INSTALLATION NO INSTALLATION OK VT wire hole Base (bottom) Drain hose VT wire Intake grille Pass the drain hose through here. Do not perfrom air bleeding.INDOOR UNIT NOTE : Install the drain pipe. Install the drain pipe with downward gradient(1/50 to 1/100) and so there are no rises or traps in the pipe.FLOOR CONSOLE SETTING Remove the hole cover. Always heat insulate the indoor side of the drain pipe. Cut the grille Drain hose *Do not install the unit so that the drain hose side is too high. When the pipe is long. UNIVERSAL FLOOR / CEILING TYPE A. Height A should be less than 5mm. . Use general hard polyvinyl chloride pipe (VP25) and connect it with adhesive (polyvinyl chloride) so that there is no leakage.UNDER CEILING SETTING B.72) - . install supporters.(05 .

Length should be at least 8 mm. Drain hose Indoor unit (rear view) COMPACT DUCT TYPE Drain port : O. After finishing the piping. CEILING CONCEALED SETTING Outlet air flow Drain hose OK Arrange the drain hose lower than this portion Trap NO Rise NO Supporter Air bleeding OK NO NO 1. make sure that the piping is well insulated.5 ft) (1) Install insulation for the drain pipe. FLOOR STANDING CONCEALED SETTING A. Cut the included insulation material to an appropriate size and adhere it to the pipe.73) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Indoor unit (drain port) Indoor unit Insulation for Drain pipe (To be obtained locally.5 to 2 m (5 to 6.CEILING TYPE Drain port : O. In order to prevent water from leaking into the control box.D 38mm Drain pipe Lifted up GOOD Arrange the drain pipe lower than this portion.5 to 2 m (5 to 6. the drain hose installation and the wiring. seal the holes in the wall. Drain pipe insulation Drain pipe Drain pipe 10 mm or more No gap VT wire (2) If "1 Right rear piping" :fasten the drain pipe with VT wire so that the pipe slopes correctly within the indoor unit .D 26mm B.(05 .5 ft) CAUTION Connect the drain hose so that the control box cover can easily be removed for servicing when necessary.) Drain pipe insulation (accessories) . . BAD Wave BAD End in water Supporer 1.

water may drip during the cooling operation. There is a drain port on both the left and right sides. Use a suitable drain hose.D 38mm Trap Drain hose OK Rise NO NO Arrange the drain hose lower than this portion.74) - . .(05 . Make sure that the drain hose is installed without rises. Select the drain port to match the local conditions Nylon fastener INSTALLATION Drain cap INSTALLATION Drain port Drain hose CAUTION Always check that the drain cap is installed to the unused drain port and is fastened with the nylon fastener.DUCT TYPE Outlet air flow Drain port : O.5 to 2 m (5 to 6.5 ft) The outside diameter of the drain port is 38 mm. or is not sufficiently fastened by the nylon fastener. Supporter Air bleeding 1.) H2 = 50~100 mm OK 38mm NO Supporter Air bleeding 1.5 to 2 m Install the drain hose so that there is a trap. If the drain cap is not installed. Make the trap near to the indoor unit.D Rise H2 H1 Drain hose H1 = 100 mm (approx. HIGH PRESSURE DUCT TYPE Outlet air flow Drain port : O. The position of the installed drain hose should have a downward gradient of (1/50 to 1/100).

75) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Supporter .(05 .D 32mm Rise Trap Air bleeding 150 mm (60'') or less 1.5 ft) Max. CASSETTE TYPE Drain port : O. A rise dimension over this range will cause leakage. 400 mm (15'') When desiring a high drain pipe height.5 to 2 m (5 to 6. raise it up to 400 mm (15'') or less from the ceiling within a range of 150 mm (6'') from the body.5 ft) Max. raise it up to 800 mm (31'') or less from the ceiling within a range of 150 mm (6'') from the body.5 to 2 m (5 to 6. A rise dimension over this range will cause leakage.D 32mm Supporter Rise Trap Air bleeding 150 mm (60'') or less 1.COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE Drain port : O. 800 mm (31'') When desiring a high drain pipe height. .

WALL MOUNTED TYPE Drain hose is attached. Mount the drain hose to the drain port on the left side. Left side Left side Drain hose Right side Right side Drain hose Drain cap Drain hose Drain hose Insert the drain hose until it butts against the drain port. Drain cap Insert the drain cap until it butts against the drain port. Wave End in water Drain hose is attached. Left side Drain hose Check the following: Right side GOOD BAD Drain hose Drain cap Drain hose BAD BAD Drain cap CEILING WALL TYPE INSTALLATION Lifted up Saddle Insert the drain hose until it butts against the drain port.76) - Insert the drain hose until it butts against the drain port. INSTALLATION Insert the drain cap until it butts against the drain port.(05 . . Remove the drain cap and mount to the drain port on the right side. Mount the drain hose to the drain port on the right side. Check the following: GOOD Drain hose BAD BAD BAD Saddle Lifted up Wave End in water .

Select converging drain pipes whose gauge is suitable for the operating capacity of the unit. CENTRAL DRAIN PROCESSING When converging multiple drain pipes . Please check whether there is water leak part in the Drain piping. Please insulate it from heat by the heat insulator of enough thickness so that there is no be dewy when the confirmation ends. Drain hose insulation Drain hose insulation Unit Unit Drain hose insulation Drain hose insulation INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Drain hose 0 mm Drain hose Unit Unit Drain cap * Please roll the heat insulator also on the Drain cap side. It causes the water leak like being imperfect.(05 .(some models) 0 mm Outside wall cap Saddle Sealer putty Wall (Outdoors) Pipe * Please cover the space with the putty etc. and drain is done normally when the connection of Drain hose is completed. .77) - .DRAIN PIPE INSULATION Please confirm water is injected into Drain pan of the indoor unit. install according to the procedure shown below. when you put out Drain hose from the wall.

Be sure to record the set-up address etc.(Wait at least 5 minutes after the indoor unit has stopped before checking the refrigerant. Test operation using remote controller Refer to the installation instruction sheet for the indoor unit. (Supply power for at least 12 hours before starting operation in the winter. 5-4 without fail. Outdoor unit LED 3 :flushing 2 High pressure and low pressure are normal? Confirm with a pressure gauge Cooling : Low pressure 0.) Heating : High pressure 2. SYSTEM & FUNCTION SETTING All of the models require to perform ADDRESS SETTING. CHECK LIST Check item Checking Method Standard 1 After operating the indoor unit.) (1) Perform a test run (cooling) separately for each indoor unit that is connected to the refrigerant system. for after service purpose.) 4 Water is drained from drain hose or by the drain pump smoothly? (Only for cooling mode) 5 Expansion valve of the stopped indoor unit are normal? Check operation sound of the drain pump. Test operation using circuit board (Outdoor unit) If the test operation is to be done for cooling operation. If the test operation is to be done for heating. If necessary. set up the function setting consulting with the user.0 MPa (approx. set DIP switch (SW1-1) to on. Cooling : Below -10 C (approx.and check the operation in order to confirm there is no problem on the wiring connection and the address. the compressor operates? Check operation sound and the LED of outdoor unit PCB.) Heating : Above 15 C (approx. set DIP switch (SW1-2) to on.) .5-6-6. Confirm water is draining. . Proceed the set-up referring to 5-3.and check the operation in order to confirm all installation is completed. TEST RUN TEST RUN METHOD The procedures for performing the test run are desribed below.78) - Cooling : No refrigerant flow Heating : A little refrigerant flow INSTALLATION INSTALLATION (2)Perform a test run (cooling) simultaneously for all indoor units are connected to the refrigerant system.) 3 Intake and outlet air Temperature of indoor unit are normal? Check that there is a difference between the intake and outlet air temperatures. Check the refrigerant flows to the heat exchanger.4 MPa (approx. System setting Address setting Function setting 5-6-7.(05 .

COMPATIBILITY COMPATIBILITY OF EQUIPMENT 1. "C" . "B". refer to next page.14) can't be operated by Heat recovery type outdoor unit."D" : MODEL CHANGE CODE ) Ex. OUTDOOR UNIT AND INDOOR UNIT Compatibility table between Indoor unit and Outdoor unit Indoor unit Model change code Outdoor unit Heat recovery type A (2000∼2005) B (2005∼) Heat pump type Cooling only type B (2002∼) C (2005∼) All model Except for AS7-14 AS7-14 A or B (2000∼2002) C (2002∼) C (2002∼2004) D (2005∼) ( "A".2) Simple remote controller Wireless remote controller Heat recovery type A or B A B C C C B A B Heat pump/ Cooling only type B or C Compact wall mounted type indoor unit (AS7 . .5-7.(05 . In case of making remote controller group.79) - INSTALLATION Heat recovery type or Heat pump/Cooling only type .1) OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION A or B B or C Heat recovry INDOOR UNIT Heat pump/Cooling only C A or B B or C Model change code Model change code A C C A Wired remote controller Ex.

PA) INSTALLATION Wired .LB) + Simple remote controllers(UTB.2. UTB.PB UTB.) A B C C A C C [ Remote controller group ] Combined "A" & "C" indoor unit [ 2 Remote controllers ] Combined Wired(UTB. UTB.PA.VB UTB.(05 .LA × × Wireless UTB.RA × .PB.UA INSTALLATION UTB.UA × UTB.LB × UTB.RA × * 1) AS7 .VB.UB UTB.VA UTB.SA Simple UTB.PA) INDOOR UNIT C MODEL CHANGE CODE C WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER . UTB.SA Simple UTB.PA UTB.LB UTB.LA) + Simple remote controllers(UTB. * 2) Build-in thermo sensor doesn't work in S series system. Remote controller and remote controller group Compatibility table Combination of remote controller Combination of Indoor unit 1 Wired remote controller 1 Simple remote controller 1 Wireless remote controller COMBINATION OF 2 REMOTE CONTROLLERS "A" "B" Indoor unit "C" "A" & "A" "A" & "B" "B" & "B" "C" & "C" "C" & "D" "D" & "D" "A" or "B" & "C" or "D" Remote controller group (Combination of indoor unit) See table below (Remote controller compatibility table) Remote controller compatibility table UTB.LA * 2) UTB.80) - C [ 2 Remote controllers ] Combined Wired(UTB.VA.AS14 are only available for wireless remote controller. Ex.UB Wired * 2) Wireless * 1) UTB. UTB. UTB.

(05 . Use them as required. OUTDOOR UNIT AO90MPBMF (Heat recovery type) The following installation parts are supplied.5-8.81) - . Description Q'ty Flange joint assembly Application Description For connecting the piping Drain pipe Q'ty 3 1 Gasket 1 2 1 Installation between flange joint assembly and valve B Hexagon wrench 1 For opening the refrigerant valve on the outdoor unit For fixing the flange joint assembly INSTALLATION Bolt For outdoor side pipe joint INSTALLATION 2 For outdoor unit drain piping work (Reverse cycle model only) For connecting the piping Auxiliary pipe assembly Coupler heat insulation Application . STANDARD ACCESSORIES 5-8-1.

000 and 14. INDOOR UNIT UNIVERSAL FLOOR CEILING TYPE Q'ty Application Description Tapping screw (Ø4 x 20) Cover plate (left) 1 Cover plate (right) Coupler heat insulation (large) 1 Tapping screw (Ø4 x 10) Installation template 2 1 Bracket (left) 1 INSTALLATION Coupler heat insulation (small) For positioning the indoor unit For under ceiling type Nylon fastener For suspending the indoor unit from ceiling For fixing the wall bracket 6 1 1 For fixing the coupler heat insulation Large 2 (This part is enclosed with the 12. Joint pipe-A 9302812021 For indoor side pipe joint (small pipe) Drain hose Anchor bolt (M12) 2 For indoor side pipe joint (large pipe) For power supply.(05 .000 BTU/h model) .000 BTU/h) 1 Insulation (drain hose) 4 Adhesive type 70 x 230 1 Spring washer VT wire 4 1 Special nut 4 For suspending the indoor unit on the wall OPTIONAL PARTS FOR INDOOR UNIT Part No. Small 2 transmission and remote control cord binding 1 Wall bracket Application Medium 1 For fixing the drain hose Bracket (right) Description Q'ty Application For indoor side pipe joint (18.5-8-2.82) - For fixing the drain hose L 280 mm INSTALLATION Description .000 and 24.

83) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION For power supply. AR18 1 Insulates the drain hose and vinyl hose connection Drain hose insulation 4 1 1 Application Large For fixing the coupler 4 heat insulation For installing the hanger 4 Q'ty For indoor side pipe joint (large pipe) . Small transmission and remote 2 control cord binding . AR14.LARGE CEILING TYPE Description Q'ty Drain hose insulation Description Application Special nut A (large flange) Adhesive type 70 x 230 1 VT wire 1 Coupler heat insulation (large) Coupler heat insulation (small) Nylon fastener 2 1 For fixing the drain hose L 280 mm For indoor side pipe joint (large pipe) For indoor side pipe joint (small pipe) Special nut B (small flange) Installation template Q'ty Application For installing indoor unit 4 For installing indoor unit 4 1 Auxiliary pipe For positioning the indoor unit For connecting the piping 1 Large For fixing the coupler heat insulation 4 Medium 4 COMPACT DUCT TYPE Name and Shape Installation template Q'ty 1 Hanger 4 Tapping screw (Ø4 x 10) Special nut A (large flange) Special nut B (small flange) Coupler heat insulation (large) Application Name and Shape For positioning the indoor unit Coupler heat insulation (small) For suspending the indoor unit from ceiling Binder Filter 8 For suspending the indoor unit from ceiling For indoor side pipe joint (small pipe) For power supply. AR9 3 AR12.(05 . Small transmission and remote 2 control cord binding. 2 AR7.

Small transmission and remote 2 control cord binding For suspending the indoor unit from ceiling Auxiliary pipe 1 For pipe connection (gas side) 4 2 1 For indoor side pipe joint (large pipe) Insulates the drain hose and vinyl hose connection INSTALLATION INSTALLATION For indoor side pipe joint (small pipe) Large For fixing the drain hose 1 Drain hose insulation Coupler heat insulation (large) Application DUCT TYPE (HIGH PRESSURE) Name and Shape Installation template Special nut A (large flange) Q'ty 1 4 Application Name and Shape For positioning the indoor unit Nylon fastener Q'ty Application Large For fixing the drain hose 1 For power supply.(05 .DUCT TYPE Name and Shape Installation template Q'ty 1 Hanger 4 Special nut A (large flange) Special nut B (small flange) 4 Name and Shape Application For positioning the indoor unit For suspending the indoor unit from ceiling Coupler heat insulation (small) Nylon fastener Q'ty 1 For power supply.84) - Insulates the drain hose and drain hose connection For insulating the drain pipe . Small transmission and remote 2 control cord binding For suspending the indoor unit from ceiling Auxiliary pipe For pipe connection (gas side) 1 Special nut B (small flange) Coupler heat insulation (large) 4 2 Drain hose insulation 1 For indoor side pipe joint (large pipe) Drain pipe insulation 1 Coupler heat insulation (small) 1 For indoor side pipe joint (small pipe) .

85) - For power supply.COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE Indoor unit accessories Name and Shape Coupler heat insulation Special nut A (large flange) Special nut B (small flange) Q'ty Grille accessories Application Name and Shape For indoor side pipe joint Q'ty Bolt Application For mounting grille 4 2 For installing indoor unit Washer 4 For mounting grille 4 For installing indoor unit For discharged air Blower cover insulation 4 2 For ceiling hole cutting Template 1 INSTALLATION 2 For power supply. transmission and remote control cord binding .(05 . transmission and remote control cord binding INSTALLATION Binder CASSETTE TYPE Name and Shape Coupler heat insulation Special nut A (large flange) Special nut B (small flange) Q'ty Application Name and Shape For indoor side pipe joint Template 2 Application For ceiling hole cutting 1 For installing indoor unit Blower cover insulation 4 For discharged air 2 For installing indoor unit 4 Q'ty Hook wire For installing intake grille 2 Binder 2 .

86) - 1 Use For wall hook bracket installation For wire assembly binding INSTALLATION INSTALLATION CEILING WALL TYPE .WALL MOUNTED TYPE Name and Shape Q'ty Use Name and Shape Tapping screw (big) (Ø4 x 20) Wall hook bracket 1 For indoor unit installation Q'ty 12 Binder Wire assembly 1 EMI FILTER (ZCAT1518-0730) 1 1 For wired remote controller installation Use For wall hook bracket installation For wire assembly binding For wire assembly installation Name and Shape Q'ty Use Name and Shape Tapping screw (big) (Ø4 x 20) Wall hook bracket 1 For indoor unit installation Q'ty 12 Binder Wire assembly 1 EMI FILTER (ZCAT1518-0730) 1 For wired remote controller installation For wire assembly installation .(05 .

The following standards may be applicable if local regulations are not available.prEN378-1) Concentration limit : 0.5-9. CHECKING CONCENTRATION LIMIT Check concentration limit following steps 1 ~ 2 . portion as one room or the smallest room.1 system) Flow of refrigerant Room where refrigerant leaks (Refrigerant of the whole No. and take appropriate measures depending on the situation. Though R22 and R407C are harmless and incombustible in themselves. Amount of replenished refrigerant per refrigerant system + Amount of replenished refrigerant at factory shipment 2 Calculate minimum room capacity.0.(05 . Calculate room capacity by regarding Amount of additional replenished refrigerant Total amount of replenished = refrigerant in refrigerant facility (kg) Amount of additionally replenished refrigerant depending on piping length . (a) Without partition Outdoor unit Outdoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Opening Partition . Note : When one refrigerant facility is divided into 2 or more refrigerant systems and each system is Independent.87) - In the case of opening without door. Concentration limit Concentration limit is the limit of Freon gas concentration where immediate measures can be taken without hurting the human body when refrigerant leaks in to the air. (R22). the room in which the air conditioner is installed should be large enough that the refrigerant gas will not exceed the concentration limit even if the refrigerant gas leaks.) Indoor unit 5-9-2. total amount of replenished refrigerant of each system shall be adopted. REFRIGERANT LEAKAGE CAUTION The installer and system specialist shall secure safety against leakage according to local regulations or standards. The concentration limit shall be described in units of Kg/m3 (Freon gas weight in /m3 air) to facilite calculation.1 system flows out. 5-9-1.31kg/m 3 (R407C) (ISO5149. INTRODUCTION Almost all our VRF type air conditioners use R22 or R407C as refrigerant. piping diameter and indoorunit model at customer.3kg/m 3 (No.15 % or more openings (to floor space) both above and below door) INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Outdoor unit . or 0. 1 Calculate amount of all replenished refrigerant (kg) per refrigerant system.

88) - INSTALLATION INSTALLATION When the concentration limit is exceeded. Provide 0.and the third smallest (R22 or R407C) rooms until the final result is below the limiting concentration. . Indoor unit smallest room 3 Calculate refrigerant concentration from the results of 1 and 2 When the result of calculation exceeds the limiting concentration.Outdoor unit (b) With partition and without opening which serve as passage of air to adjoining room. such as a basement. etc. Countermeasure 2 Provide gas leak alarm linked with mechanical ventilator.change the original plan or take one of the countermeasures shown below.(05 . .perform the =Refrigerant concentration(kg/m3 ) same calculations by shifting to the second smallest.15% or more opening to floor space both above and below or provide opening without door. Total amount of replenished refrigerant in refrigerant facility(kg) Capacity of smallest room where Indoor unit is installed(m3 ) When concentration limit is exceeded Countermeasure 1 Provide opening for ventilation. Gas leak alarm Countermeasure 2 Mechanical ventilator Indoor unit Countermeasure 1 Opening effective to ventilation Pay special attention to the place. When refrigerant can accummalate. since refrigerant is heavier than air.

TROUBLE SHOOTING .R407C TM SERIES 6 .

5sec OFF flashing ( ) : Flashing times Operation display Outdoor printed circuit board layouts ON LED 1 LED 4 LED 5 OFF 0.(06 .5SEC IC 2SEC LED 6 ON LED 2-6 OFF .5SEC 0.6-1 TROUBLE SHOOTING 6-1-1 OUTDOOR UNIT NORMAL OPERATING MODE LED 1 Display type LED 2 LED 3 Cooling operation Heating operation Cooling main operation Heating main operation Same performance operation LED 4 LED 5 LED 6 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Compressor output STEP 1 Compressor output STEP 2 Compressor output STEP 3 Compressor output STEP 4 Compressor output STEP 5 Compressor output STEP 6 Heat exchanger usage capacity STEP 1 Heat exchanger usage capacity STEP 2 Heat exchanger usage capacity STEP 3 Heat exchanger usage capacity STEP 4 Heat exchanger usage capacity STEP 5 Heat exchanger usage capacity STEP 6 Oil recovery Defrosting Test operation (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (1) (2) (3) Medium pressure Low pressure by-pass High pressure Low pressure by-pass (1) (2) Display Method TROUBLE SHOOTING TROUBLE SHOOTING Under initialization of expansion valve : Lighted continuously : 0.5sec ON/0.01) - LED 1 LED 2 LED 3 .

3 sec ON / 0.ABNORMAL MODE Display type LED 1 LED 2 LED 3 LED 4 LED 5 LED 6 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) Discharge temperature thermistor1 error Discharge temperature thermistor2 error Discharge temperature thermistor3 error Heat exchanger outlet thermistor1 error Heat exchanger outlet thermistor2 error Heat exchanger outlet thermistor3 error Heat exchanger inlet thermistor1 error Heat exchanger inlet thermistor2 error Heat exchanger inlet thermistor3 error Suction thermistor error Outdoor thermistor error Discharge pressure sensor error Liquid pressure sensor error Suction pressure sensor error Oil sensor error Oil recovery error Reverse phase blocker error Reverse phase blocker error Power supply frequency faulty Model information error EEPROM access error EEPROM deletion error Outdoor unit circuit bord error 1 Outdoor unit circuit bord error 2 Outdoor unit circuit bord error 2 Transmission error Node setting error Indoor unit error Display method { (1) (2) (3) (4) (7) (1) (2) TROUBLE SHOOTING TROUBLE SHOOTING Compressor1 error Compressor2 error Compressor3 error Discharge temprature1 error Discharge temprature2 error Discharge temprature3 error High-pressure error Low-pressure error Pump down error (3) (4) (6) (7) (8) (9) (1) : 0.3SEC ON 0.1SEC .1 sec ON / 0.1 sec ON/OFF repeated LED 1 OFF ON LED 2 .1 sec OFF flashing : 0.6 OFF 0.02) - 2SEC 0.3SEC .3 sec OFF flashing ( ) : Flashing times Error display 0.1SEC 0.(06 .

1 sec ON/OFF Power supply frequency abnormal Goes off Room temperature thermistor error 1 times flashing Goes off Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (inlet) error 0.1 sec ON/OFF .1 sec ON/OFF 4 times flashing Goes off EEPROM access error 0.1 sec ON/OFF 0.03) - TROUBLE SHOOTING OPERATION lamp .1 sec ON/OFF 4 times flashing 5 times flashing 5 times flashing 6 times flashing 1 times flashing 2 times flashing Goes off EEPROM deletion error 1 times flashing Goes off Transmission error 2 times flashing Goes off Node setting error Goes off Parallel communication error Goes off Room temperature abnormal 0.1sec ON/OFF 2 times flashing TROUBLE SHOOTING TIMER lamp 7 times flashing 0. INDOOR UNIT Error display 0.1 sec ON/OFF 0.1 sec ON/OFF 0.1 sec ON/OFF 4 times flashing Goes off Communication error 2 Wired / Simple remote controller) (indoor unit 6 times flashing 0.1 sec ON/OFF Goes off Blower temperature thermistor error 0.1 sec ON/OFF 0.1 sec ON/OFF 2 times flashing Goes off Microcomputer error 5 times flashing 0.6-1-2.1 sec ON/OFF Goes off Drain abnormal 5 times flashing 0.1 sec ON/OFF 3 times flashing Goes off Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (outlet) error 4 times flashing 0.(06 .1 sec ON/OFF Goes off Indoor unit fan error 7 times flashing 0.1 sec ON/OFF 0.1 sec ON/OFF 3 times flashing 3 times flashing Goes off Outdoor unit error 0.1 sec ON/OFF 3 times flashing VERTICAL SWING lamp Error contents HORIZONTAL SWING lamp Goes off Model information abnormal 0.1 sec ON/OFF 0.1 sec ON/OFF 0.1 sec ON/OFF 2 times flashing Goes off Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (middle) error 3 times flashing 0.1 sec ON/OFF 1 times flashing Goes off Communication error 1 Wired / Simple remote controller) (indoor unit 5 times flashing 0.1sec ON/OFF 3 times flashing 0.

04) - TROUBLE SHOOTING Error contents Error cord .(06 .6-1-3. WIRED.SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER TROUBLE SHOOTING E : 00 No error E : 02 Model information abnormal E : 04 Power supply frequency abnormal E : 06 EEPROM access error E : 07 EEPROM deletion error E : 09 Room temperature thermistor error E : 0A Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (middle) error E : 0b Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (inlet) error E : 0C Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (outlet) error E : 0d Blower temperature thermistor error E : 11 Drain abnormal E : 12 Room temperature abnormal E : 13 indoor unit fan error E : 1F Transmission error E : 20 Node setting error E : 21 Parallel communication error E : 32 Outdoor unit error .

05) - Transmission error TROUBLE SHOOTING TROUBLE SHOOTING Err or Code . GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER Indoor unit error Outdoor unit error Group remote controller error Convertor error 00 01 No error No error No error 02 03 Model information abnormal Microcomputer communication error Model information abnormal Microcomputer communication error Microcomputer communication error 04 05 Power supply frequency abnormal Power supply frequency abnormal 06 07 EEPROM access error EEPROM deletion error EEPROM access error EEPROM deletion error Parallel communication error EEPROM access error 08 09 Compressor 1 error Room temperature thermistor error 0A 0b Compressor 2 error Compressor 3 error Heat exchanger thermistor (middle) error Heat exchanger thermistor (inlet) error 0C 0d Discharge temperature thermistor 1 error Heat exchanger thermistor (outlet) error Blower temperature thermistor error 0E 0F Discharge temperature thermistor 2 error Discharge temperature thermistor 3 error 10 11 Outdoor temperature thermistor error Heat exchanger inlet thermistor 1 error Drain abnormal 12 13 Heat exchanger inlet thermistor 2 error Heat exchanger inlet thermistor 3 error Room temperature abnormal Indoor unit fan error 14 15 Heat exchanger outlet thermistor 1 error Heat exchanger outlet thermistor 2 error 16 17 Heat exchanger outlet thermistor 3 error Suction temperature thermistor error 18 19 Discharge pressure sensor error 1A 1b Liquid pressure sensor error Suction pressure sensor error Address setting error 1C 1d Oil sensor error Connection error System error Standard wired remote control communication error 1E 1F Transmission error 20 21 Discharge temperature 1 error 22 23 Discharge temperature 2 error Discharge temperature 3 error 24 25 High-pressure error Low-pressure error 26 27 Oil recovery error 28 Pump down error Transmission error .(06 .6-1-4.

D129 SW104 SW101 SW102 CN109 SW107 SW108 SW109 SW103 CN108 CN105 SW110 SW111 SW105 .(06 .06) - TROUBLE SHOOTING TROUBLE SHOOTING Circuit board and LED layouts .NETWORK CONVERTOR Error code Error contents No error (operation mode) Initial setting Circuit board error 1 Circuit board error 2 Transmission error with wired RC Transmission error with indoor unit *1 Transmission error with VRF system Software error Indoor or outdoor unit error *1 *1 Displayed only when used as a single split type network convertor.

2 – – – Discharge pressure sensor error – – Liquid pressure sensor error – – Suction pressure sensor error – – – Connection error – – Initial setting error – – Manual storing 2 error Transmission error Transmission error Transmission error – – – – Discharge temperature 1 error Software error (Output) – Discharge temperature 2 error Software error (Input) – Discharge temperature 3 error – – High-pressure error – – Low-pressure error – – – – – – – – Pump down error – . CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER / PC CONTROLLER 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Indoor unit error No error – Outdoor unit error Central remote controller No error – No error – Model information abnormal Model information error Printed circuit board error (Control panel) Microcomputer communication error Microcomputer communication error Printed circuit board error (Transmission adaptor) Power supply frequency abnormal Power supply frequency abnormal Memory error – Reverse phase blocker error Node setting error EEPROM access error EEPROM access error Parallel communication error EEPROM deletion error – – – – – Room temperature thermistor error Compressor 1 error – Heat exchanger thermistor (middle) error Compressor 2 error – Heat exchanger thermistor (inlet) error Compressor 3 error – Heat exchanger thermistor (outlet) error – – Blower temperature thermistor error Discharge temperature thermistor 1 error – – Discharge temperature thermistor 2 error – – Discharge temperature thermistor 3 error – – Outdoor temperature thermistor error – Drain abnormal Heat exchanger inlet thermistor 1 error – Room temperature abnormal Heat exchanger inlet thermistor 2 error – Indoor unit fan error Heat exchanger inlet thermistor 3 error – – Heat exchanger outlet thermistor 1 error – – Heat exchanger outlet thermistor 2 error – – Heat exchanger outlet thermistor 3 error – – Suction thermistor error – Standard wired remote controller communication error 1.(06 .07) - TROUBLE SHOOTING TROUBLE SHOOTING Error Code .6-1-5.

About 3 minutes are necessary. TROUBLE SHOOTING Description Indicates that the power came on normally when power was applied (at power failure recovery). ANTIFREEZE When operation is inhibited during central control by central remote controller. Squeaking sound This is due to expansion and contraction of resin parts by the temperature change during heating operation and oil recovery operation. TEST The fan stops and the refrigerant passes through. Set the timer from the wired remote controller. The valve opens to return the refrigerant collected inside the indoor unit to the outdoor unit even after Makes a sound even after operation operation stops. the fan is operated periodically to detect the room temperature. stops. Buzzer buzzes 5 times and setting is not received. They do not indicate trouble. or simultaneously. Same as normal. The indoor unit stops in about 5-10 minutes. Remains for 3 minutes. Remains for about 4 minutes maximum. the heating operation is performed. the unit operates without regard to the temperature setting. Stopped by remote controller stop. CENTRAL When an [AUTO].6-1-6. Operation starts at room temperature 5 C or less and continues until the room temperature reaches 8 C or more. RUN signal is input. The red lamp flashes slowly. Flowing liquid sound during operation A sound changed by the refrigerant flow may be made by operation of another indoor unit connected to the same outdoor unit. Operation before setting continues. Timer setting cannot be performed by wireless remote controller at an indoor unit with wired remote controller connected. the FAN is stopped and room temperature rise is prevented. When the room temperature at heating operation reaches the set temperature. After cooling operation stops. or reset after 60 minutes. Indoor unit fan does not operate even through the RUN signal has entered. A switching sound may be made at the start and after the end of defrosting operation and oil recovery operation. Remote indication The red and green lamps flash simultaneously in the operation state. the buzzer that denies the wireless remote controller signals sounds. Anti-freeze operation is set so that the water pipe and electronic devices do not freeze. At operation. When operation and indication other than the above occurs. operation cannot be performed at that setting. Red and green lamps flash alternately. Switching sound A sound is generated when the internal valve is switched at operation switching and at the start of defrosting operation and oil recovery operation. the following operations are incorporated for air conditioner operation and protection. Operation before setting continues.08) - TROUBLE SHOOTING Operation . Operation is stopped and refrigerant is passed through the indoor unit to remove the outdoor unit frost (defrosting operation) or to recover the refrigerant oil (oil recovery operation). the red lamp flashes and the fan continues to operate. [FAN] and an operation other than the operation another indoor unit is already performing at cooling/heating selection type or [HEAT] operation at a cooling only unit is commanded. Buzzer buzzes 5 times and setting is not received. At standby. When test run is performed. press the ZONE/SET key for a few seconds to be released . but is not accepted. Fan turns on/off periodically. This is the filter cleaning time. (4 minutes stop. DEFROST The fan stops and the red lamp lights steadily. CASES SUCH AS THESE ARE NORMAL OPERATION NOT TROUBLE From the standpoint of control. Indoor unit The red and green lamps flash alternately in the operation stop state. Remote controller airflow indication flashes. .(06 . Operation before setting continues. At this time. Buzzer buzzes 5 times and setting is not received. 1minute operate) The fan continues to operate and the red lamp lights steadily. Airflow indication flashes Heating operation is performed when stopped. Makes a sound while operating. The fan is stopped to prevent blowing out of cold air when the machine is still not warm at the start of heating operation. call the manager. Indication is cleared by RUN command. the drain pump is operated. Buzzer sounds. After cleaning the filter. Red lamp flashes.

R407C TM SERIES 7 . OPTIONAL PARTS .

52 Special nut A (large flange) 4 Reducer 19.52 (I.7 0(I.52 (I.D.88 Reducer For connecting the piping 12.impossible to connect behind the RB unit.) Description Q'ty Application Description Strainer (Large) Reducer Q'ty For connecting the piping 6.70 .D.(07 .) 4 15.01) - For pipe joint OPTIONAL PARTS Strainer (Small) .05(I.D.05(I.) (Connect this unit with the attached reducer according to a pipe diameter of the indoor unit.) For connecting the piping 1 28.70 Possible to connect 4 unit max.D.7-1 RB (REFRIGERANT BRANCH) UNIT UTF-Y90A4A Top side Ø12.58 Reducer For connecting the piping 9.88 Reducer 19.) 15.70 Ø12. (however.D.) Large 5 1 12.) For connecting the piping OPTIONAL PARTS 4 Special nut B (small flange) For installing RB unit 2 For installing RB unit 2 15. Possible to connect from either of right and left and install flexibly.D.D.D.) 12.7 0(I.) 1 Application 4 9.35(I.88 (I.) Coupler heat insulation 2 small 1 19.05 Reducer For connecting the piping 9.

D.(07 .D.D.indoor unit m 40 RB unit .) Coupler heat insulation 15.Special nut.05 (flare) 28.88 (flare) 19.UTF-Y54A1A (Connect this unit with the attached reducer according to a pipe diameter of the indoor unit.) 1 Large 2 small 1 19. mm 160 x 180 x 220 200 x 560 x 280 Weight (kg) kg 6 Liquid pipe mm Gas pipe mm Liquid pipe mm Number of connectable indoor units Dimension(HxWxD) (mm) to indoor unit to outdoor unit Dischrage Gas pipe Suction Gas pipe Max Length Max Height difference UTF .52 (I.05 (flare) mm 19. Connection Cable(10m).Y54A1A Power supply Power supply from indoor unit by using attached cable 1 4 max.88 (flare) 12.52 (flare) 15.Reducer.88 (I.70 (flare) mm 15.05(I.) 12.05 Reducer For pipe joint For connecting the piping 9.) Reducer Q'ty Application For installing RB unit 2 For connecting the piping Special nut B (small flange) 1 For installing RB unit 2 15.D.88 .88 Reducer For connecting the piping 12.RB unit m 15 Standard Accessories Strainer.Y90A4A 22 9.indoor unit m 5 RB unit .58 (Blazing) RB unit .88 (flare) 15.Installtion Instruction Sheet .70(I.02) - OPTIONAL PARTS OPTIONAL PARTS 15. Coupler heat insulation.) 2 SPECIFICATION Model UTF .D.) Description Q'ty Description Application Special nut A (large flange) Strainer 2 19.7 0(I.

7-2 SEPARATION TUBE UTR .BP90MA + + SEPARATION TUBE SUCTION GAS PIPE side + Q'ty 1 .88 Q'ty 1 + + + SEPARATION TUBE LIQUID PIPE side + OPTIONAL PARTS SEPARATION TUBE INSULATION SUCTION GAS PIPE side Q'ty 1 BINDER SEPARATION TUBE INSULATION DISCHARGE GAS PIPE side Q'ty 1 Q'ty 6 .(07 . + + + SEPARATION TUBE DISCHARGE GAS PIPE side + 15.03) - SEPARATION TUBE INSULATION LIQUID PIPE side Q'ty 1 OPTIONAL PARTS + Q'ty 1 .

88 + Note) This SEPARATION TUBE can be used for both SUCTION GAS PIPE and DISCHARGE GAS PIPE side. Be careful not to make a mistake of pipe connection.BP54MA + + SEPARATION TUBE + SUCTION GAS PIPE side DISCHARGE GAS PIPE side Q'ty 2 15.04) - .(07 .UTR . + + SEPARATION TUBE LIQUID PIPE side + + Q'ty 1 SEPARATION TUBE INSULATION SUCTION GAS PIPE side DISCHARGE GAS PIPE side SEPARATION TUBE INSULATION OPTIONAL PARTS OPTIONAL PARTS LIQUID PIPE side Q'ty 2 BINDER Q'ty 1 Q'ty 6 .

05) - CLOSED PIPE INSULATION OPTIONAL PARTS OPTIONAL PARTS CLOSED PIPE A .C CLOSED PIPE E Q'ty 1 Q'ty 1 .A REDUCER I Q'ty 1 Q'ty 2 REDUCER F Q'ty 8 REDUCER J Q'ty 2 HEADER INSULATION.(07 .B Q'ty 1 Q'ty 1 CLOSED PIPE B Q'ty 1 CLOSED PIPE C Q'ty 2 HEADER INSULATION.HD908R BRANCH HEADER A Q'ty 1 BRANCH HEADER B Q'ty 1 BRANCH HEADER C Q'ty 1 HEADER INSULATION.7-3 HEADER UTR .

06) - CLOSED PIPE E Q'ty 4 OPTIONAL PARTS Q'ty 1 .HD906R BRANCH HEADER D Q'ty 1 BRANCH HEADER E Q'ty 1 BRANCH HEADER F HEADER INSULATION D OPTIONAL PARTS Q'ty 1 REDUCER I REDUCER F REDUCER J Q'ty 4 Q'ty 6 Q'ty 1 HEADER INSULATION E CLOSED PIPE A Q'ty 3 CLOSED PIPE C Q'ty 7 Q'ty 1 HEADER INSULATION F CLOSED PIPE INSULATION Q'ty 1 .(07 .UTR .

CONTROLLER WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER SIMPLE REMOTE CONTROLLER UTB-YUB UTB-GUB UTB-TUB On/Off weekly timer Double auto swing louver WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER UTB-YPB UTB-GPB UTB-TPB UTB-YRA UTB-GRA UTB-TRA With MASTER control button Without MASTER control button Background light Easy operation CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER UTB-YCA UTB-GCA UTB-YVB UTB-GVB ALL ON OPTIONAL PARTS GROUP REMOTE CONTROLLER UTB-YDB UTB-GDB UTR-YOTB ALL Maximum 400 groups/400 indoor units can be controlled.7-4.07) - OPTIONAL PARTS Up to 64 groups/400 indoor units can be controlled. With weekly timer On/Off sleep timer Double auto swing louver PC CONTROLLER [SOFTWARE] OFF . Monitoring state of operation 32 indoor units can be controlled. With weekly timer .(07 .

(07 . ADAPTOR / CONVERTOR NETWORK CONVERTOR NETWORK CONVERTOR UTR-YLLA UTR-YRDA (SPLIT SYSTEM CONVERTOR) (GROUP REMOTE CONVERTOR) (LON / LON CONVERTOR) SIGNAL AMPLIFIER BACnet Gateway [SOFTWARE] UTR-YLBA UTR-YRPC CD-ROM Software Protection key TRANSMISSION ADAPTOR EXTERNAL SWITCH CONTROLLER UTR-YTMA UTR-YESA .08) - OPTIONAL PARTS OPTIONAL PARTS (VRF / BMS CONVERTOR) .7-5.

(07 .0 4 10 103 17 63 7.09) - OPTIONAL PARTS 297 0 40 204. OTHERS FLANGE (round) Model : UTD–SF045T For duct type Model : UTD–RF204 For duct type 17 17 4 206 17 1.0 3.5 17 4 1.5 93 17 3.6 7.7-6.0 20 0 66 Model : UTD-LF270 For duct type Model : UTD-LF400 For high static pressure duct type 27 .5 97 40 4 17 20 234 21 164 21 20 17 (Unit : mm) 4 205 10 195 7.5 FLANGE (square) 22 5 235 4 17 85 3 32 .6 2 10 10 59 56 59 56 .6 294.6 OPTIONAL PARTS 5 19 LONG-LIFE FILTER . 5 holes 17 4 17 4 97 FLEXIBLE DUCT OUTLET CHAMBER Model : UTD-RD202 For duct / high static pressure duct type Model : UTD-BC200 For high static pressure duct type ø200 mm L 2 m 85 1.

(07 .10) - .IR RECEIVER UNIT Model : UTB-YWA REMOTE SENSOR UNIT Model : UTD-RS100 DRAIN WATER RISER KIT Model : UTR-DPB241 For large ceiling type Model : UTG-UDYD-W UTG-UDGD-W For compact cassette type OPTIONAL PARTS OPTIONAL PARTS GRILLE KIT .

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