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LG
Synchro
Air Conditioner
SERVICE MANUAL

CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.
ONLY FOR AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

Synchro Air Conditioner Service Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Model Number Nomenclature ......................................................................3
Safety Precautions .......................................................................................4
Model Names...............................................................................................11
External Appearance ..................................................................................12
Dimensions .................................................................................................13
Product Specifications ...............................................................................21
Combination table ......................................................................................25
Installation...................................................................................................26
Operation ....................................................................................................61
Control Devices and Function ...................................................................76
Schematic Diagram ....................................................................................89
Piping Diagrams .......................................................................................100
Troubleshooting Guide.............................................................................105
(3-way) Valve ............................................................................................126
Function ....................................................................................................130
Exploded View & Replacement Parts List..............................................147

2 Synchro Air Conditioner

Model Number Nomenclature

Model Number Nomenclature


Indoor Unit
A

18

Serial Number
Function
A : Basic
E : E/Grille
F : Plasma + Elevation grille
Panel type
Cassette L : Basic panel, W : Wooden panel
Duct : L
Chassis type
Cassette : E/F/D, Convertible : E/B, Duct : H/G/R
Electrical Rating
6 : 1 220-240V ,50Hz
Nominal Cooling Capacity in Btu/h
Ex)18,000Btu/h '18', 24,000Btu/h '24'
Model Type
H : Heat Pump
Unit Type
N : Indoor Unit

U : Outdoor Unit

Indoor Unit Type


T : Ceiling Cassette
V : Ceiling&Floor(Convertible)
B : Ceiling Concealed Duct
Refrigerent Type
A : R410A, L : R22

Outdoor Unit
A

100

Air Discharge Type


0 : Top discharge,
A : Side discharge
Electrical Rating(Volt/Hertz/Phase)
1 : 115 / 60 / 1
2 : 220 / 60 / 1
3 : 208-230 / 60 / 1
5 : 200-220 / 50 / 1
6 : 220-240 / 50 / 1
8 : 380-415 / 50 / 3
Nominal Cooling Capacity in Btu/h
Ex)72,000Btu/h '72',
100,000Btu/h '100'
Model Type
W : DC Inverter Heat Pump(MPS Inverter)
H : Conventional Heat Pump(MPS Variable)
Unit Type
N : Indoor Unit,

U : Outdoor Unit

Indoor Unit Type


2/3/4 : Multi Room,

U : Universal,

B : Duct, T : Cassette

Refrigerent Type
A : R410A, L : R22

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Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following instructions must
be followed.
Incorrect operation due to ignoring instruction will cause harm or damage. The seriousness is
classified by the following indications.

WARNING

This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury.

CAUTION

This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to properties only.

Meanings of symbols used in this manual are as shown below.

Be sure not to do.


Be sure to follow the instruction.

WARNING
Installation
Have all electric work done by a licensed
electrician according to "Electric Facility
Engineering Standard" and "Interior Wire
Regulations" and the instructions given in
this manual and always use a special circuit.
If the power source capacity is inadequate or
electric work is performed improperly, electric
shock or fire may result.

Always ground the product.


There is risk of fire or electric shock.

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Ask the dealer or an authorized technician to


install the air conditioner.

Improper installation by the user may result in


water leakage, electric shock, or fire.

Always intstall a dedicated circuit and breaker.


Improper wiring or installation may cause fire or
electric shock.

Safety Precautions
For re-installation of the installed product,
always contact a dealer or an Authorized
Service Center.

Do not install, remove, or re-install the unit


by yourself (customer).

There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, or


injury.

There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, or


injury.

Do not store or use flammable gas or


combustibles near the air conditioner.
There is risk of fire or failure of product.

Use the correctly rated breaker or fuse.


There is risk of fire or electric shock.

Gasolin

Prepare for strong wind or earthquake and


install the unit at the specified place.
Improper installation may cause the unit to topple and result in injury.

When installing and moving the air conditioner to another site, do not charge it with a
different refrigerant from the refrigerant
specified on the unit.
If a different refrigerant or air is mixed with the
original refrigerant, the refrigerant cycle may
malfunction and the unit may be damaged.

Do not install the product on a defective


installation stand.
It may cause injury, accident, or damage to the
product.

Do not reconstruct to change the settings of


the protection devices.

If the pressure switch, thermal switch, or other


protection device is shorted and operated
forcibly, or parts other than
those specified by LGE are
used, fire or explosion may
result.

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Safety Precautions
Ventilate before operating air conditioner
when gas leaked out.
It may cause explosion, fire, and burn.

Securely install the cover of control box and


the panel.
If the cover and panel are not installed securely,
dust or water may enter the outdoor unit and fire
or electric shock may result.

If the air conditioner is installed in a small room, measures must be taken to prevent the
refrigerant concentration from exceeding the safety limit when the refrigerant leaks.
Consult the dealer regarding the appropriate measures to prevent the safety limit from being exceeded. Should the refrigerant leak and cause the safety limit to be exceeded, harzards due to lack of oxygen in the room could result.

Operation
Do not damage or use an unspecified power
cord.
There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, or
injury.

Be cautious that water could not enter the


product.
There is risk of fire, electric shock, or product
damage.

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Use a dedicated outlet for this appliance.


There is risk of fire or electrical shock.

Do not touch the power switch with wet


hands.
There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, or
injury.

Safety Precautions
When the product is soaked (flooded or
submerged), contact an Authorized Service
Center.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.

Be cautious not to touch the sharp edges


when installing.
It may cause injury.

Take care to ensure that nobody could step


on or fall onto the outdoor unit.

Do not open the inlet grill of the product during operation. (Do not touch the electrostatic
filter, if the unit is so equipped.)

This could result in personal injury and product


damage.

There is risk of physical injury, electric shock, or


product failure.

CAUTION
Installation
Always check for gas (refrigerant) leakage
after installation or repair of product.
Low refrigerant levels may cause failure of
product.

Keep level even when installing the product.


To avoid vibration or water leakage.

90

Do not install the product where the noise or


hot air from the outdoor unit could damage
the neighborhoods.
It may cause a problem for your neighbors.

Do not install the unit where combustible gas


may leak.
If the gas leaks and accumulates around the
unit, an explosion may result.

Gasolin

Service Manual 7

Safety Precautions
Use power cables of sufficient current
carrying capacity and rating.

Cables that are too small may leak, generate


heat, and cause a fire.

Keep the unit away from children. The heat


exchanger is very sharp.
It can cause the injury, such as cutting the finger.
Also the damaged fin may result in degradation
of capacity.

Do not use the product for special purposes,


such as preserving foods, works of art, etc. It
is a consumer air conditioner, not a precision
refrigeration system.
There is risk of damage or loss of property.

When installting the unit in a hospital, communication station, or similar place, provide
sufficient protection against noise.
The inverter equipment, private power generator,
high-frequency medical equipment, or radio communication equipment may cause the air conditioner to operate erroneously, or fail to operate. On the
other hand, the air conditioner may affect such
equipment by creating noise that disturbs medical
treatment or image broadcasting.

Do not install the product where it is exposed to sea wind (salt spray) directly.
It may cause corrosion on the product. Corrosion, particularly on the condenser and evaporator fins,
could cause product malfunction or inefficient operation.

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Safety Precautions
Operation
Do not use the air conditioner in special
environments.
Oil, steam, sulfuric smoke, etc. can significantly
reduce the performance of the air conditioner or
damage its parts.

Make the connections securely so that the


outside force of the cablemay not be applied
to the terminals.
Inadequate connection and fastening may generate heat and cause a fire.

Do not block the inlet or outlet.


It may cause failure of appliance or accident.

Be sure the installation area does not deteriorate with age.


If the base collapses, the air conditioner could
fall with it, causing property damage, product
failure, or personal injury.

Install and insulate the drain hose to ensure that water is drained away properly based on the
installation manual.
A bad connection may cause water leakage.

Be very careful about product transportation.


Only one person should not carry the product if it weighs more
than 20 kg.
Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any PP
bands for a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
Do not touch the heat exchanger fins. Doing so may cut your fingers.
When transporting the Outdoor Unit, suspending it at the specified
positions on the unit base. Also support the Outdoor Unit at four
points so that it cannot slip sideways.

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Safety Precautions
Safely dispose of the packing materials.

Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or


wooden parts, may cause stabs or other injuries.
Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags
so that children may not play with them. If children
play with a plastic bag which was
not torn apart, they face the
risk of suffocation.

Do not touch any of the refrigerant piping


during and after operation.
It can cause a burn or frostbite.

Do not directly turn off the main power


switch after stopping operation.
Wait at least 5 minutes before turning off the
main power switch.
Otherwise it may result in
water leakage or other
problems.

Use a firm stool or ladder when cleaning or


maintaining the air conditioner.
Be careful and avoid personal injury.

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Turn on the power at least 12 hours before


starting operation.(In case of outdoor
temperature 5C below)
Starting operation immediately after turning on
the main power switch can result in severe
damage to internal parts. Keep the power switch
turned on during the operational season.

Do not operate the air conditioner with the


panels or guards removed.
Rotating, hot, or high-voltage parts can cause
injuries.

Auto-addressing should be done in condition of


connecting the power of all indoor and outdoour
units. Auto-addressing should also be done in
case of changing the Indoor Unit board(PCB).

Do not insert hands or other objects through


the air inlet or outlet while the air conditioner
is plugged in.
There are sharp and moving parts that could
cause personal injury.

Model Names

Model Names
Indoor Unit
Model Name

Indoor Unit

Nominal Capacity[Btu/h(Kw)]

Chassis
Name

Type

TE
Ceiling Cassette 4-Way

18,000
(5.3)

ATNH126ELFC ATNH186ELFC

24,000
(7.0)

30,000
(8.8)

36,000
(10.6)

48,000
(14.1)

60,000
(17.6)

TF

ATNH246FLFC

ATNH306FLFC

TD

VE

AVNH126ELAC

VB

AVNH186BLAC AVNH246BLAC

AVNH306BLAC

BH

ABNH186HLAC ABNH246HLAC

BG

ABNH306GLAC

ABNH366GLAC

BR

ABNH486RLAC

Ceiling & Floor(Convertible)

Ceiling Concealed Duct

12,000
(3.5)

ATNH366DLFC ATNH486DLFC

ATNH606DLFC

ABNH606RLAC

Outdoor Unit
Model Name

Outdoor Unit
Type

MPS Variable

Nominal Capacity[Btu/h(Kw)]

Chassis
Name

48,000
(14.0)

60,000
(17.6)

72,000
(21.1)

100,000
(29.0)

UH

AUUH488C

UY

AUUH 728C

UW

AUUH1008C

Branch Kit
Name of accessory

Branch Kit

Model No.
PMUB11A
PMUB23A
PMUB111A
PMUB112A
PMUB122A
PMUB1111A

Indoor classification
"Synchro" Duo

"Synchro" Trio
"Synchro" Quartet

Capacity Ratio(%)
50:50(1:1)
40:60(2:3)
33:33:33(1:1:1)
25:25:50(1:1:2)
20:40:40(1:2:2)
25:25:25:25(1:1:1:1)

Remark
Unbalance type
Unbalance type
Unbalance type

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External Appearance

External Appearance
Indoor Unit
Ceiling Cassette-4Way

Ceiling & Floor(Convertible)

ATNH126ELFC / ATNH186ELFC
ATNH246FLFC / ATNH306FLFC
ATNH366DLFC / ATNH486DLFC
ATNH606DLFC

AVNH126ELAC / AVNH186BLAC
AVNH246BLAC / AVNH306BLAC

Ceiling Concealed Duct


ABNH186HLAC / ABNH246BHLAC
ABNH306GLAC / ABNH366BGLAC
ABNH486RLAC / ABNH606RLAC

Outdoor Unit
AUUH488C

AUUH728C

AUUH1008C

12 Synchro Air Conditioner

Dimensions

Dimensions
Indoor Unit
1. Cassette Type - TE(12K/18K)

600 (Ceiling opening)


521(Hanging bolt)

450 (Hanging bolt) 75

39.5

269
570 Unit size

570 Unit size

670

75

670

600 (Ceiling opening)

39.5

Unit:mm

570

670

450

521

670

570

CLOSE

OPEN

OPEN

CLOSE

40
4

30

160

52

190.5

110
90

90

120.4

30

269

110

(unit : mm)
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6

Name
Liquid pipe connection
Gas pipe connection
Drain pipe connection
Power supply connection
Air discharge grill
Air suction grill

Descripition
6.35 flare
12k: 9.52, 18k: 12.7 flare

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Dimensions

2. Cassette Type - TF (24K/30K)


790 (Ceiling opening)
572(Hanging bolt)

109

744 Unit size


744 Unit size

292
850

66

850

790 (Ceiling opening)

658 (Hanging bolt)

66

109

Unit:mm

658

744

850

850

572
744
6

70
4

(unit : mm)

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Name
Liquid pipe connection
Gas pipe connection
Drain pipe connection
Power supply connection
Air discharge grill
Air suction grill

Descripition
6.35 flare
24K: 12.7, 30K: 15.88 flare

212

150

90

Number
1
2
3
4
5
6

110

54

192

30

110
90

292

117

Dimensions

3. Cassette Type - TD(36K/48K/60K)


875 (Ceiling opening)
785 (Hanging bolt)

288

840 Unit size


840 Unit size

950
950

875 (Ceiling opening)

45

101.5 672 (Hanging bolt) 101.5

45

950

Unit:mm
840

840

785

950

678

55

40

Fresh Air Inlet

210.5

52 180

110
90

110
90

140

290

30

(unit : mm)
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6

Name
Liquid pipe connection
Gas pipe connection
Drain pipe connection
Power supply connection
Air discharge grill
Air suction grill

Descripition
36K: 6.35, 48K/60K: 9.52 flare
36K: 15.88, 48K/60K: 19.05 flare

Service Manual 15

Dimensions

4. Ceiling & Floor(Convertible) - VB(18K/24K), VE(12K)


1200

61

205

63
38
10 Stud Bolt hole

26

39

250

2
128

36

46

8
175

76

10

(Rear Side)

(Installation Plate)

(Unit: mm)
36

More than
20cm

Note:
1. Pipe Specification(mm)

More than
20cm

Model

Liquid

Gas

18k, 24k

6.35

12.7

30k

6.35

15.88

More than
20cm

More than
20cm

More than eye-level


(Ceiling installation)
(Floor/Wall installation)

1076

265

1076
mor
e th
260 an

Suspension bolt
(W3/8 or M10)

1236

265
Center-line for the
piping hole
265
123

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Dimensions

5. Ceiling Concealed Duct - BH(18K/24K), BG(30K/36K), BR(48K/60K)

A
B

i l

f
e

C
E

D
F

(G)
H

Note:
1. Pipe Specification(mm)
Model

Liquid

18, 24k

6.35

Gas
12.7
15.88

30, 36 k
9.52

48, 60k

19.05

(Unit: mm)
Capacity

C
D
E
ABNH186HLAC
ABNH246HLAC 932 882 355 45.5 450
ABNH306GLAC
1232 1182 355 45.5 450
ABNH366GLAC
ABNH486RLAC
1282 1230 477 56 590
ABNH606RLAC

Top view
(unit: mm)

(G)

30

87

750

30

87

830

30

163 260 61.5 243 212.3 243

110

130

52

66

81

30 158.5

186 298 229.5 243

116

160

53

59

81

19 158.5

120 1006 294 380 215 279 241 279 185 168

51

98

83

17

232 243

172

Front view

Inspection hole
(600X600)
Control box

600

1000

Front

600
Suitable dimension "H" is necessary
to get a slope to drain as figure.

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Dimensions
4-hole for anchor bolts

AUUH488C

L1

L2

L3

L4

Control cover

L5

L10 L11

Liquid side
3-way valve

L7

L6

L8

L9

Model
Dimensions
W
mm
H
mm
D
mm
L1
mm
L2
mm
L3
mm
L4
mm
L5
mm
L6
mm
L7
mm
L8
mm
L9
mm
L10
mm
L11
mm
mm
1
mm
2

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AUUH488C
900
1,165
370
460
45
410
1,135
30
550
175
175
112
120
83
9.52
19.05

Gas side
3-way valve

Dimensions

AUUH728C
806
500(bolt hole)

153

730
700(bolt hole)
690

15

153

40

Air outlet

Air
inlet

1512

1444

Air
inlet

100
28

670

Service Panel

Knockout hole
(For the control wiring,
the power supply,
refrigerant connecting
pipe)

220

Knockout hole
(For the control wiring, the power supply,
refrigerant connecting pipe)

(Unit : mm)

Service Manual 19

Dimensions

AUUH1008C

900(bolt hole)

190

690

Air outlet

48

730

700(bolt hole)

15

1280
190

Air
inlet

1444

1555

Air
inlet

670

Service Panel

Knockout hole
(For the control wiring, the power supply,
refrigerant connecting pipe)

20 Synchro Air Conditioner

33

63

100

160

Knockout hole
(For the control wiring,
the power supply,
refrigerant connecting
pipe)
45

60

Product Specifications

Product Specifications
Indoor Unit
Ceiling Cassette - 4way

Indoor Unit Type


Model

Indoor unit
Decoration panel

Rated Cooling Capacity


Ratedl Heating Capacity
Air Circulation
Indoor(H/M/L)
Setting temperature range
Fan motor
Output
Model
No. of Poles
Input
Running Current
Capacitor
Fan
Type
No. Used / Diameter
Fan RPM
Cooling(H/M/L)
Heating(H/M/L)
Noise Level(Sound Press,1m) H/M/L
Temperature controller
Coil
Tube Size (OD)
Fins per inch
No. of Rows & Column
Dehumidification Rate
Dimensions (W*H*D)
Indoor
Panel
Net Weight
Piping
Liquid
Connection
Gas
Drain hose (ID )
Packing Dimension (W*H*D)
Stuffing Quantity
Without(Without) S/Parts

kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
CMM(CFM)
C
W

W
A
F/Vac
EA/inch(mm)
rpm
rpm
dBA
inch(mm)

l/h
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
kg(lbs)
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
mm
inch(mm)
20/40ft

ATNH126ELFC
PT-HEC1

ATNH186ELFC
PT-HEC1

3024(3517)
12000
3478(4044)
13800
9.5/8/7(336/283/247)
18~30/16~30
18.3
IC-9630LGAE
6
75
0.35
2.5/440
Turbo Fan
1/13.0(330)
670/620/550
670/620/550
38 / 35 / 32
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
19
2R11C
1.2
22.4*10.5*22.4 (570*269*570)
26.4*1.2*26.4 (670*30*670)
19(41.9)
1/4(6.35)
3/8(9.52)
1.26(32)
25.2*13.0*25.2 (640*330*640)
189/378

4536(5275)
18000
5116(5949)
20300
13/12/11(459/424/388)
18~30/16~30
22.4
IC-9630LGAC
6
90
0.75
2.5/440
Turbo Fan
1/13.0(330)
720/670/620
720/670/620
41 / 39 / 37
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
19
2R11C
2.4
22.4*10.5*22.4 (570*269*570)
26.4*1.2*26.4 (670*30*670)
19(41.9)
1/4(6.35)
1/2(12.7)
1.26(32)
25.2*13.0*25.2 (640*330*640)
189/378

ATNH366DLFC
PT-HDC1

Indoor unit
Decoration panel

Rated Cooling Capacity


Ratedl Heating Capacity
Air Circulation
Indoor(H/M/L)
Setting temperature range
Fan motor
Output
Model
No. of Poles
Input
Running Current
Capacitor
Fan
Type
No. Used / Diameter
Fan RPM
Cooling(H/M/L)
Heating(H/M/L)
Noise Level(Sound Press,1m) H/M/L
Temperature controller
Coil
Tube Size (OD)
Fins per inch
No. of Rows & Column
Dehumidification Rate
Dimensions (W*H*D)
Indoor
Panel
Net Weight
Piping
Liquid
Connection
Gas
Drain hose (ID )
Packing Dimension (W*H*D)
Stuffing Quantity
Without(Without) S/Parts

ATNH306FLFC
PT-HFC(F)

6048(7033)
7056(8205)
24000
28000
6955(8089)
8114(9437)
27600
32200
15/14/13(523/494/459)
19/17/15(671/600/550)
18~30/16~30
18~30/16~30
40.3
48.6
OBM-3502P2
OBM-4105P2
6
6
121
146
0.53
0.67
4/440
4/440
Turbo Fan
Turbo Fan
1/15.0(382)
1/15.0(382)
600/540/480
650/600/550
600/540/480
650/600/550
43 / 41 / 39
45 / 42 / 39
Thermistor
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
0.275(7.0)
21
21
2R12C
2R12C
3
3.3
29.3*11.5*29.3 (744*292*744) 29.3*11.5*29. (744*292*744)
33.5*1.2*33.5 (850*30*850)
33.5*1.2*33.5 (850*30*850)
24(52.9)
24(52.9)
1/4(6.35)
1/4(6.35)
1/2(12.7)
5/8(15.88)
1.26(32)
1.26(32)
32.6*14.4*32.6 (828*365*828) 32.6*14.4*32.6 (828*365*828)
84/168
84/168

Ceiling Cassette - 4way

Indoor Unit Type


Model

ATNH246FLFC
PT-HFC(F)

kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
CMM(CFM)
C
W

W
A
F/Vac
EA/inch(mm)
rpm
rpm
dBA
inch(mm)

l/h
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
kg(lbs)
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
mm
inch(mm)
20/40ft

Notes:
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling : - Indoor Temperature 27C(80.6F) DB / 19C(66.2F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB / 24C(75.2F) WB
- Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.
Heating : - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB / 15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB / 6C(42.8F) WB
- Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

9072(10549)
36000
10433(12130)
41400
25/23/21(883/812/742)
18~30/16~30
52.5
IC-1630LGPJ
6
175
0.76
4/440
Turbo Fan
1/18.1(460)
550/510/470
550/510/470
40 / 38 / 36
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
21
2R 12C
4
33.1*11.3*33.1 (840*288*840)
37.4*1.2*37.4 (950*30*950)
32(70.4)
1/4(6.35)
5/8(15.88)
1.26(32)
36.4*13.8*36.4 (925*350*925)
72/144

ATNH486DLFC
PT-HC1

ATNH606DLFC
PT-HDC1

12095(14067)
48000
13305(15474)
52800
30/28/26(1059/988/918)
18~30/16~30
58.5
IC-1640LGPH
6
195
1.5
6/400
Turbo Fan
1/18.1(460)
600/555/520
600/555/520
43 / 41 / 39
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
21
2R 12C
5.5
33.1*11.3*33.1 (840*288*840)
37.4*1.2*37.4 (950*30*950)
32(70.4)
3/8(9.52)
3/4(19.05)
1.26(32)
36.4*13.8*36.4 (925*350*925)
72/144

14112(16412)
56000
15523(18053)
61600
34/32/30(1200/1130/1059)
18~30/16~30
107
IC-14640LGPM
6
237
1.8
6/400
Turbo Fan
1/18.1(460)
700/650/600
700/650/600
50 / 47 / 43
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
21
2R 12C
6.5
33.1*11.3*33.1 (840*288*840)
37.4*1.2*37.4 (950*30*950)
32(70.4)
3/8(9.52)
3/4(19.05)
1.26(32)
36.4*13.8*36.4 (925*350*925)
72/144

2. Capacities are Net Capacities.


3. Due to our policy of innovation some specifications may be changed without notification.

Service Manual 21

Product Specifications
Ceiling Concealed Duct - High Static

Indoor Unit Type


ABNH186HLAC

Model
Rated Cooling Capacity
Ratedl Heating Capacity
Air Circulation
Indoor(H/M/L)
Setting temperature range
Fan motor
Output
Model
No. of Poles
Input
Running Current
Capacitor
Fan
Type
No. Used / Diameter
Fan RPM
Cooling(H/M/L)
Heating(H/M/L)
Noise Level(Sound Press,1m) H/M/L
Temperature controller
Coil
Tube Size (OD)
Fins per inch
No. of Rows & Column
Dehumidification Rate
Dimensions (W*H*D)
Indoor
Panel
Net Weight
Piping
Liquid
Connection
Gas
Drain hose (ID )
Packing Dimension (W*H*D)
Stuffing Quantity
Without(Without) S/Parts

kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
CMM(CFM)
C
W

W
A
F/Vac
EA/inch(mm)
rpm
rpm
dBA
inch(mm)

l/h
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
kg(lbs)
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
mm
inch(mm)
20/40ft

ABNH366GLAC

Model

Ratedl Heating Capacity


Air Circulation
Indoor(H/M/L)
Setting temperature range
Fan motor
Output
Model
No. of Poles
Input
Running Current
Capacitor
Fan
Type
No. Used / Diameter
Fan RPM
Cooling(H/M/L)
Heating(H/M/L)
Noise Level(Sound Press,1m) H/M/L
Temperature controller
Coil
Tube Size (OD)
Fins per inch
No. of Rows & Column
Dehumidification Rate
Dimensions (W*H*D)
Indoor
Panel
Net Weight
Piping
Liquid
Connection
Gas
Drain hose (ID )
Packing Dimension (W*H*D)
Stuffing Quantity
Without(Without) S/Parts

kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
CMM(CFM)
C
W

W
A
F/Vac
EA/inch(mm)
rpm
rpm
dBA
inch(mm)

l/h
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
kg(lbs)
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
mm
inch(mm)
20/40ft

9072(10549)
36000
10433(12130)
41400
32/29/26(1130/1024/918)
10
18~30/16~30
272
IC-13470LG13A
4
323
1.42
6/370
Sirocco Fan
2/6.97(177)
1415/1360/1290
1415/1360/1290
42 / 39 /36
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
21
3R 12C
4
46.5*11.7*17.7 (1180*298*450)
38(84)
1/4(6.35)
5/8(15.88)
25.4
56.5*14.8*22.9 (1435*375*582)
95/191

Notes:
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling : - Indoor Temperature 27C(80.6F) DB / 19C(66.2F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB / 24C(75.2F) WB
- Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.
Heating : - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB / 15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB / 6C(42.8F) WB
- Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.
2. Capacities are Net Capacities.
3. Due to our policy of innovation some specifications may be changed without notification.

22 Synchro Air Conditioner

6048(7034)
24000
6955(8089)
27600
18/16.5/14(636/583/494)
8
18~30/16~30
118
IC-13450LG13C
4
180
0.92
6/370
Sirocco Fan
2/6.97(177)
1410/1350/1250
1410/1350/1250
38 / 36 /34
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
21
3R 10C
2.5
34.6*10.2*17.7 (880*260*450)
35(77.2)
1/4(6.35)
1/2(12.7)
25.4
44.7*13.4*22.0 (1135*340*565)
120/252

ABNH306GLAC
7560(8791)
30000
8694(10110)
34500
26.5/23/20(936/812/706)
10
18~30/16~30
211
IC-13450LG13J
4
300
1.34
6/370
Sirocco Fan
2/6.97(177)
1415/1360/1290
1415/1360/1290
40 / 38 /35
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
21
3R 12C
3.3
46.5*11.7*17.7 (1180*298*450)
38(84)
1/4(6.35)
5/8(15.88)
25.4
56.5*14.8*22.9 (1435*375*582)
95/191

Ceiling Concealed Duct - High Static

Indoor Unit Type


Rated Cooling Capacity

ABNH246HLAC

4536(5275)
18000
5116(5949)
20300
16.5/14.5/13(583/512/459)
8
18~30/16~30
118
IC-13450LG13C
4
180
0.92
6/370
Sirocco Fan
2/6.97(177)
1350/1310/1270
1350/1310/1270
36 / 34 /32
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
21
2R 10C
2
34.6*10.2*17.7 (880*260*450)
35(77.2)
1/4(6.35)
1/2(12.7)
25.4
44.7*13.4*22.0 (1135*340*565)
120/252

ABNH486RLAC
12095(14067)
48000
13305(15474)
52800
40/35/30(1413/1236/1059)
15
18~30/16~30
431
Y002276-1
4
818
3.65
15/450
Sirocco Fan
2/9.1(230)
1063/1035/983
1063/1035/983
44/42/40
Thermistor
0.375(9.52)
19
3R13C
6
48.4*15.0*23.2 (1230*380*590)
60(132)
3/8(9.52)
3/4(19.05)
25.4
56.9*17.9*27.6 (1445*455*700)
57/120

ABNH606RLAC
14112(16412)
56000
15523(18053)
61600
50/45/40(1766/1413/1236)
15
18~30/16~30
431
Y002276-1
4
818
3.65
15/450
Sirocco Fan
2/9.1(230)
1113/1063/1035
1113/1063/1035
46/44/42
Thermistor
0.375(9.52)
19
4R13C
6.5
48.4*15.0*23.2 (1230*380*590)
60(132)
3/8(9.52)
3/4(19.05)
25.4
56.9*17.9*27.6 (1445*455*700)
57/120

Product Specifications
Ceiling & Floor (Convertible)

Indoor Unit Type


Model
Rated Cooling Capacity
Ratedl Heating Capacity
Air Circulation
Indoor(H/M/L)
Setting temperature range
Fan motor
Output
Model
No. of Poles
Input
Running Current
Capacitor
Fan
Type
No. Used / Diameter
Fan RPM
Cooling(H/M/L)
Heating(H/M/L)
Noise Level(Sound Press,1m) H/M/L
Temperature controller
Coil
Tube Size (OD)
Fins per inch
No. of Rows & Column
Dehumidification Rate
Dimensions (W*H*D)
Indoor
Net Weight
Piping
Liquid
Connection
Gas
Drain hose (ID )
Packing Dimension (W*H*D)
Stuffing Quantity
Without(Without) S/Parts

kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
CMM(CFM)
C
W

W
A
F/Vac
EA/inch(mm)
rpm
rpm
dBA
inch(mm)

l/h
inch(mm)
kg(lbs)
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
mm
inch(mm)
20/40ft

AVNH126ELAC

AVNH186BLAC

AVNH246BLAC

AVNH306BLAC

3024(3517)
12000
3478(4044)
13800
10.0/8.3/6.5(353/293/230)
18~30/16~30
17.5
IC-18422LG31A
4
43
0.23
1.5/370
Cross Flow Fan
1/3.7(95)
1240/1120/900
1240/1120/900
40 / 36 / 31
Thermistor
0.197(5.0)
20
2R 12C
1.2
35.4*7.9*19.3 (900*200*490)
12(26.5)
1/4(6.35)
3/8(9.52)
20
38.2*11.2*22.2 (970*285*565)
189/383

4536(5274)
18000
5116(5949)
20300
13.5/12/11(477/424/388)
18~30/16~30
30
IC-9430LGCG
4
53
0.23
1.5/370
Cross Flow Fan
1/3.1(80)
1090/990/890
1090/990/890
43 / 40 / 37
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
18
2R 12C
2.3
47.2*8.1*24.2 (1200*205*615)
30(66.1)
1/4(6.35)
1/2(12.7)
20
50.8*11.4*27.4 (1272*290*696)
102/219

6048(7032)
24000
6955(8089)
27600
15/13.5/12(530/477/424)
18~30/16~30
35
IC-9430LGCE
4
63
0.27
1.5/370
Cross Flow Fan
1/3.1(80)
1160/1060/960
1160/1060/960
45 / 42 / 39
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
20
2R 14C
3.2
47.2*8.1*24.2 (1200*205*615)
30(66.1)
1/4(6.35)
1/2(12.7)
20
50.8*11.4*27.4 (1272*290*696)
102/219

6653(7377)
26400
7635(8880)
30300
18/16/14(636/564/494)
18~30/16~30
42.5
OBM-3019P2
4
81
0.38
1.5/370
Cross Flow Fan
1/3.1(80)
1220/1110/1010
1220/1110/1010
45 / 42 / 39
Thermistor
0.275(7.0)
20
2R 14C
3.5
47.2*8.1*24.2 (1200*205*615)
30(66.1)
1/4(6.35)
5/8(15.88)
20
50.8*11.4*27.4 (1272*290*696)
102/219

Notes:
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling : - Indoor Temperature 27C(80.6F) DB / 19C(66.2F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB / 24C(75.2F) WB
- Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.
Heating : - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB / 15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB / 6C(42.8F) WB
- Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.
2. Capacities are Net Capacities.
3. Due to our policy of innovation some specifications may be changed without notification.

Service Manual 23

Product Specifications

AUUH488C

AUUH728C

AUUH1008C

12096(14607)
48000
13305(15474)
52800
5300 / 5050
10.0 / 9.5
3,380~415,50
82
Single / Duo / Trio / Quartet
42 at 420V
Rotary
2
GPT330YAA
LG
6854(27200) at 50Hz & 380V
Three Phase Induction Motor
2550
FVC68D(PVE)
1200
Internal Type(UBUKATA)
4200(148.1)
R-410A
L.E.V
0.276(7.0)
17
2R 52C
70
AMR071B9
2/6
168
6/370
Propeller
2/18.1(460)
Side Discharge
900
53(1872*2)
56
3/8 (9.52)
3/4 (19.05)
35.4*45.8*14.5(900*1165*370)
105(231)
5*5.5 (Includes earth)
4*0.75 (Includes earth)
110
50
60
15
30
1
41.7*48.0*18.3(1060*1220*465)
27 / 55

18144(21101)
72000
19958(23211)
79200
8000 / 7700
14.7 / 14.4
3,380~415,50
80
Duo / Trio / Quartet
24 / 27
Rotary
3
5JS290PBA21
Matsushita Electric
6376(25301) at 50Hz & 380V
Three Phase Induction Motor
2680
FV50S(PVE)
1130
IT(Internal Thermostat)
7100(250.4)
R-410A
L.E.V
0.276(7.0)
17
2R 17C + 3R 36C + 2R 17C + 2R 36C
271
ARE676E01
1/6
429
1.87
10/370
Propeller
1/20.7(526)
Top Discharge
850
90(3179)
58
3/8 (9.52)
1 (25.4)
31.5*56.7*27.1(800*1440*690)
150(331)
5*5.5 (Includes earth)
4*0.75 (Includes earth)
110
50
60
15
30
1
34.4*61.0*29.7(875*1550*755)
18 / 39

24192(28135)
96000
27820(32355)
110400
11100 / 11000
20 / 19.7
3,380~415,50
83
Duo / Trio / Quartet
63 at 420V
Scroll
2
AR061YAA
LG
12625(50100) at 50Hz & 380V
Three Phase Induction Motor
5330
FVC68D(PVE)
1800
Internal Type(UP18TA057)
7800(275.1)
R-410A
L.E.V
0.276(7.0)
18
2R 17C + 1R 36C + 2R 17C + 2R 36C
271
ARE676E01
2/6
429
1.87
10/370
Propeller
2/20.7(526)
Top Discharge
850
185(6533)
60
1/2 (12.7)
1 (25.4)
50.4*56.7*27.1(1280*1440*690)
299(659)
5*5.5 (Includes earth)
4*0.75 (Includes earth)
110
50
60
15
30
1
53.1*62.6*29.9(1350*1590*760)
12 / 25

Model
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity
Input
Cooling/Heating
Running Current
Cooling/Heating
Starting Current
Cooling/Heating
Power Supply
Power Factor
Number of Connectable Indoor Units
Compressor
Locked Rotor Amp.
Type
Quantity
Model
Maker
Capacity
Motor Type
Motor Input
Oil Type
Oil Charge
O.L.P Type(model name)
Refrigerant
Charge *
Type
Control
Outdoor Coil
Tube Size (OD)
Fins per inch
No. of Rows & Column/No.
Outdoor fan motor
Output
Model
No. Used / No. of Poles
Input
Running Current
Capacitor
Outdoor Fan
Type
No. Used / Diameter
Discharge
Speed
Air Circulation
Outdoor
Noise Level(Sound Press,1m) Outdoor
SVC Valve
Liquid
Gas
Dimensions
W*H*D
Net Weight
Outdoor
Power Supply Cable
Connecting Cable
Max Interunit
Total Piping
Piping Length
Total Main Piping
Total Branch Piping
For One Room
Max. Installation
Indoor Unit - Outdoor Unit
Height Difference
Indoor Unit - Indoor Unit
Packing Dimension
(W*H*D)
Stuffing Quantity
With(Without) S/Parts

kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
kcal/hr(W)
Btu/hr
W
A
A
,V,Hz
%
A
No

kcal/hr(Btu/hr)
W
cc
g(oz)

inch(mm)

W
A
F/Vac
EA/inch(mm)
Side / Top
rpm
CMM(CFM)
dB(A)1
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
inch(mm)
kg(lbs)
No.* mm2
No.* mm2
m
m
m
m
m
m
inch(mm)
20/40ft

Notes:1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:


Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(80.6V) DB /19C(66.2V) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95V) DB /24C(75.2V) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68V) DB / 15C(59V) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6V) DB / 6C(42.8V) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Pipe Length 7.5m(25ft)
- Level Difference of Zero
2. * : Full factory charge is shipped in the outdoor unit. Chargeless for 30m of piping length.
3. Due to our policy of innovation some specifications may be changed without notification.

24 Synchro Air Conditioner

Combination table

Combination table
MPS Variable
AUUH488C
Synchro
Single
(1 Unit)
Duo
(2 Unit)
Trio
(3 Unit)
Quartet
(4 Unit)

AUUH728C

Combination(k Btu/h) Total(k Btu/h) Branch Kit


48

48

18 + 24 (2:3)
24 + 24 (1:1)
24 + 30 (2:3)

42
48
54

PMUB23A
PMUB11A
PMUB23A

18 + 18 + 18 (1:1:1)

54

PMUB111A

12 + 12 + 12 + 12 (1:1:1:1)

48

PMUB1111A

Synchro
Duo(2 Unit)

Combination(k Btu/h) Total(k Btu/h) Branch Kit


30 + 36(2:3)
36 + 36(1:1)

18 + 24 + 24(1:2:2)
Trio(3 Unit) 18 + 18 + 36(1:1:2)
24 + 24 + 24(1:1:1)
24 + 24 + 30(1:1:2)
Quartet
18 + 18 + 18 + 18
(4 Unit)
(1:1:1:1)

68
72

PMUB23A
PMUB11A

66
72
72
78

PMUB122A
PMUB112A
PMUB111A
PMUB112A

72

PMUB1111A

AUUH1008C
Synchro

Combination(k Btu/h) Total(k Btu/h) Branch Kit

36 + 48 (2:3)
36 + 60 (2:3)
Duo(2 Unit)
48 + 48 (1:1)
24 + 24 + 36(1:1:2)
Trio(3 Unit) 24 + 24 + 30(1:1:2)
30 + 30 + 30(1:1:1)
30 + 30 + 36(1:1:2)
30 + 36 + 36(1:2:2)
Quartet
(4 Unit)

24 + 24 +24 + 24
(1:1:1:1)

84
96
96

PMUB23A
PMUB23A
PMUB11A

84
84
90
96
102

PMUB112A
PMUB112A
PMUB111A
PMUB112A
PMUB122A

96

PMUB1111A

Service Manual 25

Installation

Installation
Read completely, than follow step by step.

Indoor Unit_Cassette Type


Please read this instruction sheet completely before installing the product.
When the power cord is damaged, replacement work shall be performed by authorized personnel only.
Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring standards by authorized personnel only.

Anti-bacteria filter
Air
Intake
Air Outlet

Required Parts

Required Tools

Connecting cable
Pipes: Gas side
Liquid side
Hanging Bolt
(W 3/8 or M10 length 650mm)
Insulated drain hose

Level
Screw driver
Electric drill
Hole core drill (70mm)
Flaring Tools set
Torque Wrenches
Hexagonal Wrench (4mm, 5mm)
Gas-leak detector
Owners Manual

Additional Drain hose


(Inner Diameter ...........................32mm)

Thermometer

50 or
more

Unit:cm
Floor

26 Synchro Air Conditioner

Ceiling Board
30 or less

50 or
more

Above 250
400 or less

Ceiling
Ceiling Board

100
or more

There should not be any heat source or steam near the


unit.
There should not be any obstacles to the air circulation.
There should be provision of easy condensate drain.
Taking into accounting the noise prevention criteria,
spot the installation location.
Do not install the unit near the door way.
Keep proper distances, of the unit, from ceiling, fence,
floor, walls and other obstacles as shown in figure.
The indoor unit must have the maintenance space.

30 or more

1. Selection of the best location

Installation

2. Ceiling opening dimensions and hanging bolt location


The dimensions of the paper pattern for installation are the same as those of the ceiling opening dimensions.

Ceiling
Ceiling board

Level gauge

TF Model
39.5

109

572(Hanging bolt)

875 (Ceiling opening)

109

45

785(Hanging bolt)

840 Unit size

658 (Hanging bolt)

790 (Ceiling opening)

840 Unit size

66

744 Unit size

672 (Hanging bolt) 75

600 (Ceiling opening)

744 Unit size

75

570 Unit size

570 Unit size

45

875 (Ceiling opening)

521(Hanging bolt)

66

39.5

TD Model

790 (Ceiling opening)

101.5 672 (Hanging bolt) 101.5

TE Model
600 (Ceiling opening)

Unit:mm

Unit:mm

Unit:mm

CAUTION
This air-conditioner uses a drain pump.
Install the unit horizontally using a level gauge.
During the installation, care should be taken not to
damage electric wires.

Select and mark the position for fixing bolts and


piping hole.
Decide the position for fixing bolts slightly tilted to
the drain direction after considering the direction
of drain hose.
Drill the hole for anchor bolt on the wall.

NOTE:
Avoid the following installation location.
1. Such places as restaurants and kitchen where considerable amount of oil steam and flour is generated.
These may cause heat exchange efficiency reduction, or water drops, drain pump mal-function.
In these cases, take the following actions;
Make sure that ventilation fan is enough to cover all noxious gases from this place.
Ensure enough distance from the cooking room to install the air conditioner in such a place where it may not suck oily steam.
Air conditioner

Take enough
distance
Use the ventilation fan
for smoke-collecting
hood with sufficient
capacity.
Cooking table

2. Avoid installng air conditioner in such places where cooking oil or iron powder is generated.
3. Avoid places where inflammable gas is generated.
4. Avoid place where noxious gas is generated.
5. Avoid places near high frequency generators.

Service Manual 27

Installation

Keep the length of the bolt


from the bracket to 40mm

Hanging bolt
(W3/8 or M10)
Nut
(W3/8 or M10)

Flat washer for M10


(accessory)
Ceiling board

Spring washer
(M10)

Flat washer for M10


(accessory)
Nut
(W3/8 or M10)

Air Conditioner body

Ceiling board

Paper pattern
for installation

Adjust the same height

The following parts are local purchasing.


Hanging Bolt - W 3/8 or M10
Nut
- W 3/8 or M10
Spring Washer - M10
Plate Washer - M10

150mm

Ceiling

Set screw of
paper pattern (4 pieces)
Open the ceiling board
along the outer edge of the
paper pattern.

CAUTION
Tighten the nut and bolt to prevent unit from
falling off.

3. Wiring Connection
Open the control box cover and connect the remote control cord and Indoor power wires.

Indoor
power cord
Remote
controller
cord

Control box cover

Control box cover


fitting screw(2 units)

Terminal Block in Indoor


1(L)

2(N)

Connected to outdoor unit

WARNING
Make sure that the screws of the terminal are free from looseness.

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[Air inlet side view]

Installation

4. Installation of Decoration Panel


Before installing the decoration panel,
always remove the paper template.

The decoration panel has its installation


direction.

1. Temporarily fix two decoration panel fixing screws (hexagon M5 screw) on the unit body. (Tighten by
amount 10mm in length.)
The fixing screws (hexagon M5 screw) are included the indoor unit box.
2. Remove the air inlet grille from the decoration panel. (Remove the hook for the air inlet grille cord.)
3. Hook the decoration panel key hole (
) on the screws fixed in step above, and slide the panel so
that the screws reach the key hole edge.
4. Retighten completely two temporarily fixed screws and other two screws. (Total 4 screws)
5. Connect the louver motor connector and display connector.
6. After tightening these screws, install the air inlet grille (including the air filter).
Piping side

Air conditioner unit

Decoration panel fixing screws


(hexagon M5 screws)
Temporally fitting at 2 places
(Tightening about 10mm)

Control box cover

Louver
motor
Inlet Grille

Decoration panel
Display
Key holes
Lead wire for
louver motor and
display

Decoration panel fixing screws


(Hexagon M5 screw)

Inlet Grille

CAUTION
Install certainly the decoration
Good example
panel.
Cool air leakage causes sweating.
Water drops fall.

Bad example
Air conditioner
unit

Ceiling
board
Decoration panel
Fit the insulator (this part) and
be careful for cool air leakage

Air conditioner unit


Air

Cool air leakage


(no good)
Ceiling
board
Decoration
panel

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Installation

5. Indoor Unit Drain Piping


Drain piping must have down-slope (1/50 to 1/100): be sure
not to provide up-and-down slope to prevent reversal flow.
During drain piping connection, be careful not to exert extra
force on the drain port on the indoor unit.
The outside diameter of the drain connection on the indoor
unit is 32mm.
Piping material: Polyvinyl chloride pipe VP-25
and pipe fittings

Upward
routing
not allowed

Pipe clamp
Indoor unit

Maintenance
drain port

Be sure to install heat insulation on the drain piping.

1/50~1/100

Heat insulation material: Polyethylene foam with


thickness more than 8 mm.

MAX 700mm

Drain test
The air conditioner uses a drain pump to drain water.
Use the following procedure to test the drain pump operation:
Flexible drain hose
(accessory)

Feed water

Main
drain pipe

Drain Pump

Drain
port

Glue the joint

Drain hose connection


Use the clip (accessory)

Drain pan

CAUTION

Connect the main drain pipe to the exterior


and leave it provisionally until the test
comes to an end.
Feed water to the flexible drain hose and
check the piping for leakage.
Be sure to check the drain pump for normal
operating and noise when electrical wiring
is complete.
When the test is complete, connect the
flexible drain hose to the drain port on the
indoor unit.
Flexible drain hose

1/50~1/100

The supplied flexible drain hose should not be curved,


neither screwed. The curved or screwed hose may
cause a leakage of water.

CAUTION

MAX 700mm

Flexible drain hose

Flexible drain hose


After the confirmation of the above conditions, prepare the wiring as follows:
1) Never fail to have an individual power specialized for the air conditioner. As for the method of wiring, be guided by the
circuit diagram pasted on the inside of control box cover.
2) Provide a circuit breaker switch between power source and the unit.
3) The screw which fasten the wiring in the casing of electrical fittings are liable to come loose from vibrations to which the
unit is subjected during the course of transportation. Check them and make sure that they are all tightly fastened. (If they
are loose, it could give rise to burn-out of the wires.)
4) Specification of power source
5) Confirm that electrical capacity is sufficient.
6) Be sure that the starting voltage is maintained at more than 90 percent of the rated voltage marked on the name plate.
7) Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power sources specification.
(Particularly note the relation between cable length and thickness.)
8) Never fail to equip a leakage breaker where it is wet or moist.
9) The following troubles would be caused by voltage drop-down.
Vibration of a magnetic switch, damage on the contact point there of, fuse breaking, disturbance to the normal function of a
overload protection device.
Proper starting power is not given to the compressor.

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Installation

6. Accessories
Standard Accessories
Name

Drain hose

Clamp metal

Quantity

1 EA

1 EA

Washer for
hanging backet
8 EA

Clamp

Insulation for
fitting

8 EA

1 SET

Shape

for gas pipe

(Other)

Paper pattern for


installation
Owner's manual
Installation manual

for liquid pipe

Optional Accessories(For Unit)


No.

Item

Wireless remote
control

Central control

Type

With air purifying


function

AHWRHD

Simple

PQCSA101S0

Deluxe
PC Based

Model No.

PQCSW501A0
PQCSW502A0
PQCSS501A0
PQCSS502A0

PI485

PHNFP14A0

CNU

PQNFG00A0

Gateway

Elevation Grille
Kit

Decoration
panel

Component Parts
Wireless remote control : 1EA
Holder : 1EA
Battery : 2EA
Screw : 2EA
Simple central controller
Manual
Deluxe central controller
Manual
Program CD
Hard lock key, Manual
PCB & Wire assembly
Installation manual
(For all central control)
PCB & Wire assembly
(For Deluxe, PC Based central
control)

PT-HEF

Front panel assembly

PT-HFF

Remote controller

PT-HDF

Manual

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Installation

Ceiling & Floor(Convertible) Type


Please read this instruction sheet completely before installing the product.
When the power cord is damaged, replacement work shall be performed by authorized personnel only.
Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring standards by authorized personnel only.

Installation Parts Provided


Installation Plate (VB, 2pcs)
-1 Installation Plate (VE, 1pc)

1 -1

Washer Bolt (M8 L25, 4pcs, type "A")


Floor Mount Bracket (1pcs)
Drain Hose, Insulated

Drain Hose Hanger and screw

(Ceiling/Wall Mounting)

The other Installation Parts Needed


3

Suspension Bolt
Bolts for Mount Bracket
Connecting Tube(mm)
Gas side : 12.7, 15.88
Liquid side : 6.35
Connecting Cable

7
(Floor Mounting)
4

Drain Hose Extended

Required Parts

Required Tools

Installation Plate
Four Type A screws
Connecting cable

Level
Screw driver
Electric drill
Hole core drill (70mm)

Pipes: Gas side ..........9.52, 12.7, 15.88mm


Liquid side.............................................6.35mm
Insulated drain hose
Insulation materials

Flaring Tools set


Specified Torque Wrenches
1.8kgm...........................Liquid side piping
5.5kgm .............................Gas side piping
Spanner .....................................Half union
Specified Torque Wrenches
1.8kgm...........................Liquid side piping
5.5kgm..............................Gas side piping
Hexagonal Wrench (4mm)
Gas-leak Detector

Two type B screws

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Owners Manual
Thermometer

Installation

1. Selection of the best location


There should not be any heat source or steam near the
unit.
There should not be any obstacles to the air circulation.
There should be provision of easy condensate drain.
Taking into accounting the noise prevention criteria, spot
the installation location.
Do not install the unit near the door way.
Keep proper distances, of the unit, from ceiling, fence,
floor, walls and other obstacles as shown in figure.
The indoor unit must have the maintenance space.

More than
20cm
More than
20cm

More than eye-level

(Ceiling installation)
More than
20cm

More than
20cm

(Floor/Wall installation)

2. Wiring connection

1) Connecting cables to the Indoor Unit


1. Remove the Air guide - L by loosening 2 screws after
removing the Inlet grille from the Indoor unit.
2. Connect the wires to the terminals on the control board
individually according to the outdoor unit connection.
Ensure that the color of the wires of outdoor unit and
the terminal No. are the same as those of indoor unit
respectively

AIR GUIDE-L

INDOOR UNIT

Terminal Block in Indoor


1(L)

2(N)

4
Clamp

1
2

Control
Panel

Connected to outdoor unit

2) Clamping of cables
1) Arrange 2 power cables on the control panel.
2) First, fasten the steel clamp with a screw to the inner boss of control panel.
3) For the cooling model, fix the other side of the clamp with a screw strongly.
For the heat pump model, put the 0.75mm2 cable(thinner cable) on the clamp and tighten it with a plastic clamp to the
other boss of the control panel.
4) In Australia, the length of power supply cord measured from the entry of the power supply cord to the middle of live pin
on the power plug should be over 1.8m.

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Installation

CAUTION

1. Install declination of the indoor unit is very important for the drain of the convertible type air
conditioner.
2. Minimum thickness of the insulation for the connecting pipe shall be 7mm.
3. If the Installation Plates are fixed to horizontal line, the indoor unit after installing will be declined
to the bottomside.

Front of view
The unit must be horizontal or declined to the drain hose connected when finished installation.
Ceiling

Drain hose

Ceiling

Side of view
The unit must be declined to the bottomside of the unit when finished installation.
Ceiling

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Installation

CAUTION
After the confirmation of the above conditions, prepare the wiring as follows:
1) Never fail to have an individual power specially for the air conditioner. As for the method of
wiring, be guided by the circuit diagram pasted on the inside of control box cover.
2) Provide a circuit breaker switch between power source and the unit.
3) The screw which fasten the wiring in the casing of electrical fittings are liable to loose due to
vibrations to which the unit is subjected during the course of transportation. Check them and
make sure that they are all tightly fastened. (If they are loose, it could give rise to burn-out of the
wires.)
4) Specification of power source
5) Confirm that electrical capacity is sufficient.
6) Be sure that the starting voltage is maintained at more than 90 percent of the rated voltage
marked on the name plate.
7) Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power sources specification.
(Particularly note the relation between cable length and thickness.)
8) Never fail to equip a leakage breaker where it is wet or moist.
9) The following troubles would be caused by voltage drop-down.
Vibration of a magnetic switch, damage on the contact point there of, fuse breaking, disturbance to
the normal function of a overload protection device.
Proper starting power is not given to the compressor.
10) The means for disconnection from a power supply shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring and
have an air gap contact separation of at least 3mm in each active(phase) conductors.

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Installation

3. Accessories
Standard Accessories
Name

Drain hose

Clamp metal

Washer for
hanging backet

Clamp

Insulation for
fitting

Quantity

1 EA

1 EA

8 EA

6 EA

1 set

(Other)

Owner's manual
Installation manual
Shape

for gas pipe

for liquid pipe

Optional Accessories(For Unit)


No.

Item

Type
Simple

Central control

Deluxe
PC Based

Model No.
PQCSA101S0
PQCSW501A0
PQCSW502A0
PQCSS501A0
PQCSS502A0

PI485

PHNFP14A0

CNU

PQNFG00A0

Gateway

36 Synchro Air Conditioner

Component Parts
Simple central controller
Manual
Deluxe central controller
Manual
Program CD
Hard lock key, Manual
PCB & Wire assembly
Installation manual
(For all central control)
PCB & Wire assembly
(For Deluxe, PC Based central
control)

Installation

Ceiling Concealed Duct Type


Please read this instruction sheet completely before installing the product.
When the power cord is damaged, replacement work shall be performed by authorized personnel only.
Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring standards by authorized personnel only.

Air outlet vents

Air filters

Air intake vents


Wired LCD Remote Control

Required Parts

Required Tools

Connecting cable
Pipes: Gas side
Liquid side
Hanging Bolt
(W 3/8 or M10 length 650mm)
Insulated drain hose

Level
Screw driver
Electric drill
Hole core drill (70mm)
Flaring Tools set
Torque Wrenches
Hexagonal Wrench (4mm, 5mm)
Gas-leak detector
Owners Manual

Additional Drain hose


(Outer Dia ................................25.4mm)

Thermometer

1. Selection of the best location


Top view
(unit: mm)

Inspection hole
(600X600)
Control box

600

1000

Install the air conditioner in the location that satisfies the following conditions.
The place shall easily bear a load exceeding four times the
indoor units weight.
The place should have enough area for inspection as shown
in figure.
The place where the unit shall be leveled.
The place shall allow easy water drainage.(Suitable dimension H is necessary to get a slope to drain as figure.)
The place shall easily connect with the outdoor unit.
The place where the unit is not affected by an electrical
noise.
The place where air circulation in the room will be good .
There should not be any heat source or steam near the unit.

600

Front

Front view

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Installation

2. Ceiling dimension and hanging bolt


location

Installation of Unit
Install the unit above the ceiling correctly.

C
E

CASE 1
D

POSITION OF SUSPENSION BOLT


Apply a joint-canvas between the unit and duct to absorb
unnecessary vibration.
Apply a filter Accessory at air return hole.
Refer toDimensinal Drawings.

1-3 mm

(G)

H
Drainage hole

Install the unit leaning to a drainage hole side as a figure


for easy water drainage.

M10 Nut

X4

(Local
M10 SP. washer X 4 supply)
M10 washer
X4

M10 washer

CASE 2

X4

(Local
M10 SP. washer X 4 supply)
M10 Nut
X4

POSITION OF CONSOLE BOLT


A place where the unit will be leveled and that can support the weight of the unit.
A place where the unit can withstand its vibration.
A place where service can be easily performed.

NOTE:
Throughly study the following installation locations:
1. In such places as restaurants and kitchens, considerable amount of oil steam and flour adhere to the fan, the fin of the heat
exchanger, resulting in heat exchange reduction, spraying, dispersing of water drops, etc.
In these cases, take the following actions:
Make sure that the ventilation fan for smoke-collecting hood on a cooking table has sufficient capacity so that it draws oily
steam which should not flow into the suction of the air conditioner.
Make enough distance from a cooking room to install the air conditioner in such a place where it may not suck in oil steam.
2. Avoid installing air conditioner in such circumstances where cutting oil mist or iron powder is in suspension in factories, etc.
3. Avoid places where inflammable gas is generated, flows in, is stored or vented.
4. Avoid places where sulfurous acid gas or corrosive gas is generated.
5. Avoid places near high frequency generators.

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Installation
Select and mark the position for fixing bolts.
Drill the hole for set anchor on the face of ceiling.

Insert the set anchor and washer onto the suspension bolts for locking the suspension bolts on the
ceiling.
Mount the suspension bolts to the set anchor firmly.
Secure the installation plates onto the suspension
bolts (adjust level roughly) using nuts, washers and
spring washers.

Old building

New building

1 Set anchor
2 Plate washer
3 Spring washer
4 Nut

CAUTION
Tighten the nut and bolt to prevent unit falling.

5 Suspension
bolts

3. Connecting Cables
Connect the wires to the terminals on the control board individually according to the outdoor unit connection.
Ensure that the color of the wires of outdoor unit and the terminal No. are the same as those of indoor unit respectively
Terminal Block in Indoor
1(L)

2(N)

Connected to outdoor unit

WARNING
Make sure that the screws of the terminal are free from looseness.

Clamping of cables
1) Arrange 2 power cables on the control panel.
2) First, fasten the steel clamp with a screw to the inner boss of control panel.
3) For the cooling model, fix the other side of the clamp with a screw strongly. For the heat pump model, put the
0.75mm2 cable(thinner cable) on the clamp and tighten it with a plastic clamp to the other boss of the control
panel.
4) In Australia, the length of power supply cord measured from the entry of the power supply cord to the middle of
live pin on the power plug should be over 1.8m.

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Installation

4. Insulation
THERMAL INSULATION

All thermal insulation must comply with local requirement.

INDOOR UNIT

Union for liquid pipe


Refrigerant pipe and thermal
insulator(Local supply)
Hose crip for thermal insulator
(Local supply)
Thermal insulator for refrigerant pipe
(Local supply)
Union for gas pipe

5. Checking the Drainage


1. Remove the Air Filter.

2. Check the drainage.


Spray one or two glasses of water on the evaporator.
Ensure that water flows to drain hose from indoor
unit without any leakage.

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Thermal insulator for refrigerant pipe


(Local supply) Thermal insulator for
piping(Local supply)

Overlap with thermal


insulator for piping.
Hose crip for thermal insulator(Local supply)
Make sure that there is no clearance here.

Installation

CAUTION
1. Decline Installation of indoor unit is very important for the drain of the duct type air conditioner.
2. Minimum thickness of the insulation for the connecting pipe should be 5mm.

Front of view
The unit must be or declined to wards drain hose while installation.

1~3mm

Ceiling

Drainage hole

CORRECT

Drainage hole

INCORRECT

CAUTION FOR GRADIENT OF


UNIT AND DRAIN PIPING
Alway lay the drain with downward inclination
(1/50 to 1/100).
Prevent any upward flow or reverse flow in any
part.
5mm or thicker formed thermal insulator shall
always be provided for the drain pipe.

Lay the drain hose with a downware


inclination so water will drain out.
Thermal insulator
(Local supply)
Drainage pipe
(Local supply)

Unit

Make sure to be closed.

CORRECT

Drainage hole

INCORRECT

Install the P-Trap (or U-Trap) to prevent


a water leakage caused by the blocking
of intake air filter.

1/50~1/100
Drain Pipe

MAX 700mm

Applied U-Trap Dimension


A 70mm
B 2C
C 2 x SP
SP = External Pressure
(mmAq)
Ex) External Pressure
= 10mmAq
A 70mm
B 40mm
C 20mm

B
C
U-Trap
A

Drain Pump

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Installation

6. Accessories
Standard Accessories
Name

Clamp metal

Drain hose

Insulation for
fitting

Clamp

Screws for
duct flanges

Quantity

1 EA

1 EA

1 set

6 EA

1 set

(Other)

Owner's manual
Installation manual
Washers(8 pcs.)
Shape

for gas pipe

for liquid pipe

Optional Accessories(For Unit)


No.

Item

Wireless remote
control

Plasma air puirifying


filter

Type

With air purifying


function

Model No.

AHWRHS
AHWRHD(LCD)

ABPAHH
-

ABPAGH

Component Parts
Wireless remote control : 1EA
Holder : 1EA
Battery : 2EA
Screw : 2EA
Plasm air purifier kit: 1EA
Wired remote control: 1EA

ABPARH

Zone Control

ABZCA

Factory sypplied-zone control PCB


Durchased locally-damper,
Damper moter, thermostat

Drain Pump

ABDPG

Drain Pump Assembly: 1EA

Simple

PQCSA101S0

Simple central controller


Manual

Deluxe

PQCSW501A0
PQCSW502A0

Deluxe central controller


Manual

PC Based

PQCSS501A0
PQCSS502A0

Program CD
Hard lock key, Manual

PI485

PSNFP14A0

PCB & Wire assembly


Installation manual
(For all central control)

CNU

PQNFG00A0

PCB & Wire assembly


(For Deluxe, PC Based
central control)

Central Control

Gateway

42 Synchro Air Conditioner

Installation

Connecting Pipes to the Indoor Unit


Preparation of Piping
Main cause of gas leakage is defect in flaring work.
Carry out correct flaring work in the following procedure.

Copper
tube

Slanted Uneven Rough

90

1. Cut the pipes and the cable.


Use the accessory piping kit or the pipes purchased locally.
Measure the distance between the indoor and the
outdoor unit.
Cut the pipes a little longer than measured distance.
Cut the cable 1.5m longer than the pipe length.

Pipe
Reamer

Point down

2. Burrs removal
Completely remove all burrs from the cut cross
section of pipe/tube.
Put the end of the copper tube/pipe to downward
direction as you remove burrs in order to avoid to let
burrs drop in the tubing.

Flare nut

3. Putting nut on
Copper tube

Remove flare nuts attached to indoor and outdoor


units, than put them on pipe/tube having completed burr removal.
(Not possible to put them on after flaring work)

4. Flaring work
Carry out flaring work using dedicated flaring tool
for R-410A as shown below.
Outside diameter
mm
inch
6.35
1/4
9.52
3/8
12.7
1/2
15.88
5/8
19.05
3/4

A
mm
0~0.5
0~0.5
0~0.5
0~1.0
0~1.0

Handle
Bar

Bar

"A"

Yoke
Cone

Copper pipe
Clamp handle

Red arrow mark

Firmly hold copper tube in a bar(or die) as indicated


dimension in the table above.
Smooth all round
Inside is shining without scratches

5. Check
Compare the flared work with figure below.
If flare is noted to be defective, cut off the flared
section and do flaring work again.

= Improper flaring =

Even length
all round

Inclined Surface Cracked Uneven


damaged
thickness

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Installation

Remote Controller
DISASSEMBLING
Separate the under plate from Remote control box.

Front case
Th

el

ow
er

Lever carefully
the box open
using a screw
driver, etc.

pa

rt

Remote control
box body

Fix the cord clamps on the wall by


3 tapping screws (accessory).
Fix the remote control cord.

Fix the under plate on the wall


Face of wall

Cord clamp
(accessory)

Under plate

Screw (accessory)

ELECTRICAL WIRING

(Main board)
CN REMO

Wire and make sure that terminal


numbers are matched on unit side and
remote controller side.
The maximum length of the cord is 100m.
If the length of the cord exceeds 50m,
2
use a wire size greater than 0.5mm .

Remote Controller Preparation (Convertible type)


HOW TO MOUNT ONTO A WALL

HOW TO INSERT BATTERIES


1. Remove the battery cover from the remote controller.
Slide the cover according to the arrow direction.
2. Insert the two batteries.
Be sure that the (+) and (-) directions are correct.
Be sure that both batteries are new.
3. Re-attach the cover.
Slide it back into position.

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Do not use rechargeable batteries, such batteries differ


from standard dry cells in
shape, dimensions, and performance.
Romove the batteries from the
remote controller if the air conditioner is not going to be used
for some long time.

Installation

Outdoor Unit_AUUH728C
1. Selection of the best location
If an awning is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight or rain exposure, make sure that heat radiation from the condenser is not restricted.
Do not place animals and plants in the path of the warm air.
Take the air conditioner weight into account and select a place where noise and vibration are minimum.
Select a place so that the warm air and noise from the air conditioner do not disturb neighbors.
Rooftop Installations : If the outdoor unit is installed on a roof structure, be sure to level the unit. Ensure
the roof structure and anchoring method are adequate for the unit location. Consult local codes regarding rooftop mounting.

2. Individual installation
Basic Space required
A space of at least 250 mm is nessary at the back for inlet air. Tacking servicing, a space of about 750 mm
should be provided at the front.

Rear

C
B

A
B
C
D
E

: 750 mm or more
: 250 mm or more
: Top discharge(open in principle)
: Front inlet(open in principle)
: Rear inlet(open in principle)

Front
service space

<Top View>

<Side View>

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Installation
When inlet air enters from right and left sides of unit
A : 750 mm or more
B : 250 mm or more
C : 150 mm or more

Rear

Front

<Top View>

<Side View>

When unit is surrounded by walls

B
A : 750 mm or more
B : 250 mm or more

When there is an obstructure above the unit


D : 1000 mm or more
E : Air outlet guide (procured at the site)
F : 250 mm or more

A : 45 or more
B : 200 mm or more
C : 250 mm or more

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3. Collective installation and continuous installation


Space required for collective installation and continuous installation : When installing several
units, leave the space between each block as show below considering passage for air and people.
A : Open state
B : 750 mm or more
C : 250 mm or more
D : 250 mm or more

Rear

Front

Rear

Front

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Installation

Outdoor Unit_AUUH1008C
1. Individual installation
Basic Space required
A space of at least 250 mm is nessary at the back for inlet air. Tacking servicing, a space of about 750 mm
should be provided at the front.
C

Rear

A
B
C
D
E

: 750 mm or more
: 250 mm or more
: Top discharge(open in principle)
: Front inlet(open in principle)
: Rear inlet(open in principle)

Front
A

service space

<Side View>

<Top View>

When inlet air enters from right and left sides of unit
A : 750 mm or more
B : 250 mm or more
C : 150 mm or more

Rear

Front

<Top View>

<Side View>

When unit is surrounded by walls

B
A : 750 mm or more
B : 250 mm or more

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When there is an obstructure above the unit
D : 1000 mm or more
E : Air outlet guide (procured at the site)
F : 250 mm or more

A : 45 or more
B : 200 mm or more
C : 250 mm or more

A
D

2. Collective installation and continuous installation

: Open state
: 750 mm or more
: 250 mm or more
: 250 mm or more

Rear

A
B
C
D

Front

Space required for collective installation and continuous installation : When installing several
units, leave the space between each block as show below considering passage for air and people.

Rear

Front

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Installation

Settlement of outdoor unit


Anchor the outdoor unit with a bolt and nut(10mm) tightly and horizontally on a concrete or rigid mount.
When installing on the wall, roof or rooftop, anchor the mounting base securely with a nail or wire assuming
the influence of wind and earthquake.
In the case when the vibration of the unit is conveyed to the hose, secure the unit with an anti-vibration rubber.

AUUH728C

Installation foot

Individual installation

7002

50

5002

Example of collective installation

250
556

5002

5002

250
556

5002

AUUH1008C

Installation foot

Individual installation

7002

90

9002

Example of collective installation

9002

50 Synchro Air Conditioner

250
556

9002

250
556

9002

Installation

Lifting Method
When carrying the unit suspended, pass the ropes under the unit and use the two suspension points each at
the front and rear.
Always lift the unit with ropes attached at four points so that impact is not applied to the unit.
Attach the ropes to the unit at an angle of 40 or less.
Use two ropes at least 7 m long.

A 40 or less

A 40 or less

B Rope suspension part

B Rope suspension part

Caution:
Be very careful to carry product.
Do not have only one person carry product if it is more than 20 kg.
PP bands are used to pack some products. Do not use them as a mean for transportation because they are
dangerous.
Do not touch heat exchanger fins with your bare hands. Otherwise you may get a cut in your hands.
Tear plastic packaging bag and scrap it so that children cannot play with it. Otherwise plastic packaging
bag may suffocate children to death.
When carrying in outdoor unit, be sure to support it at four points. Carrying in and lifting with 3-point support
may make outdoor unit unstable, resulting in a fall of it.

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Installation

Piping length and the elevation


Install the branch pipe so that pipe length and difference between high and low will not exceed below SPEC.
Branch

L2
L2

L3
L3
L4

Outdoor
Unit

L4

L5

h1

h2

L5
b

Indoor Unit

L1

Main (L1)

AUUH488C

AUUH728C

Branch

L2
L3

L4
h1

h2

L5
b

Main (L1)

AUUH1008C

Pipe Length(m)
Total(Main+Branch)
Main Pipe(L1)
Branch Pipe----Total
Each
In out (h1)
In-In (h2)
L1+L2/L3/L4/L5
Indoor-Indoor_(b)

Spec.
110
50
60
15
30
1
65
10

When installing the branch pipe, direction and angle of installation is not limited.
Take care so that burrs and foreign material may not enter into the cutting surface when connecting.
Dont use the liquid pipe by too bending or twisting.

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Installation

Piping Connection
1. Form the piping according to its routing. Avoid bending and bending back the same piping point more than
three times. (This will result in hardening the pipe.)
2. After deforming the piping, align centers of the union fitting of the indoor unit and the piping, and tighten them
firmly with wrenches.
3. Connect pipe to the service valve or ball valve which is located below the outdoor unit.
4. After completing the piping connection, be sure to check if there is gas leakage in indoor and outdoor connection.

Welding

Elbow

Welding
Elbow

AUUH7280

Welding
Elbow

AUUH10080

Elbow

AUUW4860AUUW6060

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Installation

Refrigerant Additional Charging Method


1. AUUH488C
There is not additional charging of refrigerant by main pipe of 30m below.
For additional charging method, see below table.
Synchro
Duo

Refrigerant = (L1-30) x A + (L2+L3-20) x 0.03

Trio

Refrigerant = (L1-30) x A + (L2+L3+L4-20) x 0.03

Quartet

Model

AUUH488C

0.07

Refrigerant Additional charging (kg)

Refrigerant = (L1-30) x A + (L2+L3+L4+L5-20) x 0.03

(L1=Main Pipe, L2~L5 : Branch Pipe)

Note: If total additional charge value after calculation comes out to be negative, then do not consider additional
charge.
CAUTION:
Rated performance for refrigerant line length of:7.5m
Capacity is based on standard length and maximum allowance length is on the basis of
reliability.
Improper refrigerant charge may result in abnormal cycle.
Oil trap should be installed every 10 meters.

2. AUUH728C/AUUH1008C
For additional charging method, see below table.
Synchro

Refrigerant Additional charging (kg)

Duo

Refrigerant = (L1 - 5) x 0.05 + (L2 + L3 - 20) x A

Trio

Refrigerant = (L1 - 5) x 0.05 + (L2 + L3 + L4 - 20) x A

Quartet

Refrigerant = (L1 - 5) x 0.05 + (L2 + L3 + L4 + L5 - 20) x A

Refrigerant Branch
Pipe (mm)

6.35

0.03 kg/m

9.52

0.05 kg/m

(L1=Main Pipe, L2~L5 : Branch Pipe)

Note: If total additional charge value after calculation comes out to be negative, then do not consider additional
charge.

CAUTION:
Rated performance for refrigerant line length of:7.5m
Capacity is based on standard length and maximum allowance length is on the basis of
reliability.
Improper refrigerant charge may result in abnormal cycle.
Oil trap should be installed every 10 meters.

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Installation

Branch Kit
1. Type of branch pipe
Separately use a branch pipe depending on indoor capacity for installation.
Unbalance type of branch pipe must be connected depending on large capacity or small capacity.
Indoor Classification
2 UNIT
3 UNIT

4 UNIT

Remark

Capacity Ratio(%)
50:50 (1:1)
40:60 (2:3)
20:40:40 (1:2:2)
25:25:50 (1:1:2)
33:33:33 (1:1:1)
25:25:25:25(1:1:1:1)

Model Name
PMUB11A
PMUB23A
PMUB122A
PMUB112A
PMUB111A
PMUB1111A

Unbalance type
Unbalance type
Unbalance type

2. Accessory for Installation


Manual

Insulation

Gas pipe

Liquid pipe

Band

Socket

Insulation(Gas pipe)

Insulation(Liquid pipe)

(15.8819.05)

Procure other parts than those specified in this manual in the scene
No. parts are used for connection of 48/60k indoor unit.

3. SPEC for branch pipe connection part


(Gas pipe)

(I.D)

19.05(3/4)
9.52(3/8)
12.7(1/2)
6.35(1/4)
9.52(3/8)

(): inch

(Liquid pipe)

25.4(1)
12.7(1/2)
15.88(5/8)
9.52(3/8)
12.7(1/2)

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Installation

4 .Thermal insulation work


Securely wrap the refrigerant and the branch pipe by using thermal insulation materials provided.
When using thermal insulation materials released, use withstand heat insulation materials
(thickness of more than 15mm).
wrapping the branch pipe so that they do not
Securely adhere thermal insulation materials
widen.
After wrapping them with auxiliary materials , bound them with a band .
Finish the work by wrapping with a vinyl tape after the insulation material work.

Band 7
Insulation 6

Insulation 4

Vinyl Tape
Insulation 6

Vinyl Tape

Band 7

Band 7
Insulation 5
Vinyl Tape

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Installation

Wiring Connection
1. All wiring must comply with LOCAL REGULATIONS.
2. Select a power source that is capable of supplying the current as required by the air conditioner.
3. Feed the power source to the unit via a distribution switch board designed for this purpose.
4. The terminal screws inside the control box may be loose due to vibration during transport.
Check the screws for loose connection.
(Running the air conditioner with loose connection can overload and damage electrical components.)
5. Always ground the air conditioner with a grounding wire and connector to meet the LOCAL REGULATION.

Terminal Block
(Outdoor Unit)

Power
Input

Terminal Block
(Indoor Unit)

AUUH488C/AUUH728C/AUUH1008C

CAUTION
The power cord connected to the outdoor unit should be
complied with the following specifications (Rubber
insulation, type H05RN-F approved by HAR or SAA).
NORMAL
CROSS-SECTIONAL
AREA 5.5mm2

GN

/YL
20

mm

The connecting cable connected to the indoor and outdoor


unit should be complied with the following specifications
(Rubber insulation, type H05RN-F approved by HAR or SAA).
NORMAL
CROSS-SECTIONAL
AREA 1.25mm2

GN

/YL
20

mm

If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord or assembly available from the manufacturer of its service agent.

WARNING:
Make sure that the screws of the terminal are free from looseness.

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Installation

Auto addressing
Auto addressing work should be done for simultaneous operation.
Addressing work assigns address to each Indoor Unit.
When firstly installing product or replacing the Indoor Unit PCB.

AUUH488C/AUUH728C/AUUH1008C
Table.a ZONE SW1 Setting
ZONE SW1

Main PCB
LED01T

TEST_SW1

1
x

2
0

3
0

4
0

1
x

2
1

3
0

4
0

1
x

2
1

3
1

4
0

1
x

2
1

3
1

4
1

Indoor Unit No.


1(Single)

JIG_SW
ZONE SW1

2(Duo)

3(Trio)

Fig.a Outdoor PCB diagram

1. JIG_SW Setting
Check the JIG_SW to the right, or not set the JIG_SW to
the right.( A )
2. ZONE SW1 Setting
Set the ZONE SW1 as below Table.a ( B )
S/W1 is not used.
1 means S/W up.
0 means S/W down.

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4(Quartet)

3. Auto Addressing Method


* Work procedure
1) Set JIG_SW and ZONE SW1 correctly.
2) Turn on main power.
3) Press the TEST_SW1 for about 3 seconds within 3minutes After
main power on.( C )
4) After step 3), the LED01T(green LED) rapidly flickers.
When Addressing work is done, green LED is off, else LED stops
flickering and lights continuously.
5) If you fail to perform the Addressing work,
repeat step 2),3).

Installation

How to simultaneous operating


- Keep the following procedure when simultaneously operating two units or more cassette type, duct type, and
convertible type of indoor units via the free joint.

1. Turn on the power of the unit by the installed remote controller, a wire or a
wireless remote controller. When an installation professional installs it,
only one wire remote controller is installed except the location with only the
Convertible combination installed (using the wireless remote controller)
when completing the indoor unit setting (Cassette ceiling top/bottom, Duct
E.S.P. value).
2. After setting the desired operation mode and temperature and then starting
the unit to operate, wait for 2 or 3 seconds.
3. The remaining unites simultaneously starts with the same setting mode to
operate.
4. If you want to stop operating, the remaining units are operated to stop in 2
or 3 seconds by the installed remote controller. (However, the location with
only the Convertible combination is operated by the wireless remote controller.)
5. For more information about how to operate the remote controller, refer to
the previous pages.

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Installation

Test running
1. PRECAUTIONS IN TEST RUNNING
The initial power supply must provide at least 90% of the rated voltage.
Otherwise, the air conditioner should not be operated.

CAUTION

For test run, carry out the cooling operation firstly even during heating season. If
heating operation is carried out firstly, it leads to the trouble of compressor. Then
attention must be paid.
Carry out the test run more than 5 minutes without fail.
(Test run will be cancelled 18 minutes later automatically)
The test run is started by pressing the room temperature checking button and down timer button for 3 seconds at the same time.
To cancel the test run, press any button.

CHECK THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WHEN INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE


After completing work, be sure to measure and record trial run properties, and store measured data, etc.
Measuring items are room temperature, outside temperature, suction temperature, blow out temperature, wind
velocity, wind volume, voltage, current, presence of abnormal vibration and noise, operating pressure, piping
temperature, compressive pressure.
As to the structure and appearance, check following items.

Is the circulation of air adequate?


Is the draining smooth?
Is the heat insulation complete
(refrigerant and drain piping)?
Is there any leakage of refrigerant?

Is the remote controller switch operated?


Is there any faulty wiring?
Are not terminal screws loosened?
M4......118N.cm{12kgf.cm}
M6......245N.cm{25kgf.cm}

M5......196N.cm{20kgf.cm}
M8......588N.cm{60kgf.cm}

2. Connection of power supply


1. Connect the power supply cord to the independent power supply.
Circuit breaker is required.
2. Operate the unit for fifteen minutes or more.

3. Evaluation of the performance


1. Measure the temperature of the intake and discharge air.
2. Ensure the difference between the intake temperature and the discharge one is more than 8C
(Cooling) or reversely (Heating).

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Thermometer

Operation

Operation
Function of control
1. MAIN UNIT FUNCTION
DISPLAY
Operation Indicator
On while in appliance operation, off while in appliance pause
Flashing while in disconnection or short in Thermistor (3 sec off / 0.5 sec on)
Sleep Timer Indicator
On while in sleep timer mode, off when sleep timer cancel or appliance operation pause
Timer Indicator
On while in timer mode (on/off), off when timer mode is completed or canceled
Defrost Indicator
Off except when hot start during heating mode operation or while in defrost control

Cooling Mode Operation


When the intake air temperature reaches 0.5C below the setting temp, the compressor and the outdoor fan
stop.
When it reaches 0.5C above the setting temp, they start to operate again.
Compressor ON Temp
Setting Temp+0.5C
Compressor OFF Temp
Setting Temp-0.5C
While in compressor running, operating with the airflow speed set by the remote control. While compressor is
off fan operates at low speed regardless of the setting.

Soft Dry Operation Mode


When the dehumidification operation input by the remote control is received, the intake air temperature is
detected and the setting temp is automatically set according to the intake air temperature.
26C Intake Air Temp
25C
24C Intake Intake Air Temp<26C
Intake Air Temp-1C
18C Intake Intake Air Temp<24C
Intake Air Temp-0.5C
Intake Air Temp<18C
18C
While compressor off, the indoor fan repeats low airflow speed and stop.
While the intake air temp is between compressor on temp. and compressor off temp., 10-min dehumidification operation and 4-min compressor off repeat.
Compressor ON Temp.
Setting Temp+0.5C
Compressor OFF Temp. Setting Temp-0.5C
In 10-min dehumidification operation, the indoor fan operates with the low airflow speed.

Heating Mode Operation


When the intake air temp reaches +3above the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When below
the setting temp, the compressor is turned on.
Compressor ON Temp.
Setting Temp.
Compressor OFF Temp. Setting Temp.+3C

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Operation
While compressor on, the indoor fan is off when the indoor pipe temp. is below 20C, when above 27C , it
operates with the low or setting speed. When the indoor pipe temp is between 20C and 27C, it operates
with Super-Low(while in sleep mode, with the medium airflow speed).
While compressor off, the indoor fan is off when the indoor pipe temp is below 33C, when above 35C , it
operates with the low airflow speed.
While in defrost control, the indoor is outdoor fans are turned off.

Defrost Control(Heating)
Defrost operation is controlled by timer and sensing temperature of outdoor pipe.
The first defrost starts only when the outdoor pipe temperature falls below -6C after 35 minutes passed
from starting of heating operation and more than 4 minutes operation of compressor.
Defrost ends after 12 minutes passed from starting of defrost operation when the outdoor pipe temperature
rises over 15C even before 12 minutes.
The second defrost starts only when the outdoor pipe temperature falls below -6C after 35 minutes passed
from ending of the first defrost and more than 4 minutes operation of compressor.

Fuzzy Operation
When any of operation mode is not selected like the moment of the power on or when 3 hrs has passed
since the operation off, the operation mode is selected.
When determining the operation mode, the compressor, the outdoor fan, and the 4 way valve are off and
only the indoor fan is operated for 15 seconds. Then an operation mode is selected according to the intake
air temp at that moment as follows.
24C Inatake Air Temp
Fuzzy Operation for Cooling
21C Inatake Air Temp<24C
Fuzzy Operation for Dehumidification
Inatake Air Temp<21C
Fuzzy Operation for Heating
If any of the operation modes among cooling / dehumidification / heating mode operations is carried out for
10 sec or longer before Fuzzy operation, the mode before Fuzzy operation is operated.
1) Fuzzy Operation for Cooling
According to the setting temperature selected by Fuzzy rule, when the intake air temp is 0.5C or more
below the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When 0.5C or more above the setting temp, the compressor is turned on.
Compressor ON Temp
Setting Temp +0.5C
Compressor OFF Temp
Setting Temp + 0.5C
At the beginning of Fuzzy mode operation, the setting temperature is automatically selected according to the
intake air temp at that time.
26C Intake Air Temp
25C
24C Intake Air Temp<26C
Intake Air Temp + 1C
22C Intake Air Temp<24C
Intake Air Temp + 0.5C
18C Intake Air Temp<22C
Intake Air Temp
Intake Air Temp<18C
18C
When the Fuzzy key (Temperature Control key) is input after the initial setting temperature is selected, the
Fuzzy key value and the intake air temperature at that time are compared to select the setting temperature
automatically according to the Fuzzy rule.
While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is automatically selected according to the temperature.

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Operation
2) Fuzzy Operation for Dehumidification
According to the setting temperature selected by Fuzzy rule, when the intake air temp is 0.5C or more
below the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When 0.5C or more above the setting temp, the compressor is turned on.
Compressor ON Temp
Setting Temp + 0.5C
Compressor OFF Temp
Setting Temp+0.5C
At the beginning of Fuzzy mode operation, the setting temperature is automatically selected according to the
intake air temp at that time.
26C Intake Air Temp
25C
24C Intake Air Temp<26C
Intake Air Temp+1C
22C Intake Air Temp<24C
Intake Air Temp+0.5C
18C Intake Air Temp<22C
Intake Air Temp
Intake Air Temp<18C
18C
When the Fuzzy key (Temperature Control key) is input after the initial setting temperature is selected, the
Fuzzy key value and the intake air temperature at that time are compared to select the setting temperature
automatically according to the Fuzzy rule.
While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan repeats the low airflow speed or pause as in
dehumidification operation.
3) Fuzzy Operation for Heating
According to the setting temperature selected by Fuzzy rule, when the intake air temp is 3C or more above
the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When below the setting temp, the compressor is turned on.
Compressor ON Temp
Setting Temp
Compressor OFF Temp
Setting Temp + 3C
At the beginning of Fuzzy mode operation, the setting temperature is automatically selected according to the
intake air temp at that time.
20CIntake Air Temp
Intake Air Temp + 0.5C
Intake Air Temp<20C
20C
When the Fuzzy key (Temperature Control key) is input after the initial setting temperature is selected, the
Fuzzy key value and the intake air temperature at that time are compared to select the setting temperature
automatically according to the Fuzzy rule.
While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to the high or the medium according to
the intake air temperature and the setting temperature.

Airflow Speed Selection


The airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to high, medium, low, or power (auto) by the input of the airflow
speed selection key on the remote control.

On-Timer Operation
When the set time is reached after the time is input by the remote control, the appliance starts to operate.
The timer LED is on when the on-timer is input. It is off when the time set by the timer is reached.
If the appliance is operating at the time set by the timer, the operation continues.
While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is automatically selected according to the temperature.

Off-Timer Operation
When the set time is reached after the time is input by the remote control, the appliance stops operating.
The timer LED is on when the off-timer is input. It is off when the time set by the timer is reached.
If the appliance is on pause at the time set by the timer, the pause continues.

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Operation
Off-Timer <=> On-Timer Operation
When the set time is reached after the on/off time is input by the remote control, the on/off-timer operation is
carried out according to the set time.

Sleep Timer Operation


When the sleep time is reached after <1,2,3,4,5,6,7,0(cancel) hr> is input by the remote control while in
appliance operation, the operation of the appliance stops.
While the appliance is on pause, the sleep timer mode cannot be input.
While in cooling mode operation, 30 min later since the start of the sleep timer, the setting temperature
increases by 1C. After another 30 min elapse, it increases by 1C again.
When the sleep timer mode is input while in cooling cycle mode, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to
the low.
When the sleep timer mode is input while in heating cycle mode, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to
the medium.

Chaos Swing Mode


By the Chaos Swing key input, the upper/lower vane automatically operates with the Chaos Swing or they
are fixed to the desired direction.
While in Chaos Swing mode, the angles of cooling and heating cycle operations are different.

Chaos Natural Wind Mode


When the Chaos Natural Wind mode is selected and then operated, the high, medium, or low speed of the
airflow mode is operated for 2~15 sec. randomly by the Chaos Simulation.

Jet Cool Mode Operation


While in heating mode or Fuzzy operation, the Jet Cool key cannot be input. When it is input while in the
other mode operation (cooling, dehumidification, ventilation), the Jet Cool mode is operated.
In the Jet Cool mode, the indoor fan is operated at super-high speed for 30 min at cooling mode operation.
In the Jet Cool mode operation, the room temperature is controlled to the setting temperature, 18C.
When the sleep timer mode is input while in the Jet Cool mode operation, the Jet Cool mode has the priority.
When the Jet Cool key is input, the upper/lower vanes are reset to those of the initial cooling mode and then
operated in order that the air outflow could reach further.

Auto Restarting Operation


When the power is restored after a sudden power failure while in appliance operation, the mode before the
power failure is kept on the memory and the appliance automatically operates in the mode on the memory.

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Operation
Forced Operation
To operate the appliance by force in case that the remote control is lost, the forced operation selection
switch is on the main unit of the appliance to operate the appliance in the standard conditions.
When the power is supplied while the slide switch is on the forced operation position, or when the slide
switch position is switched to the Auto Restarting (or test operation) position or switched from the remote
control position to the forced operation position while the power is on, the forced operation is carried out.
When the slide switch position is switched from the forced operation position to the Auto Restarting position
or the remote control position, the forced operation is canceled and the appliance stops operating.
In the forced operation mode, the indoor fan is operated at low speed for around 15 sec and then the operation condition is set according to the intake air temperature as follows.
24CIntake Air Temp
Cooling Mode Operation, 22C, High Speed
21CIntake Air Temp<24C
Dehumidification Operation, 23C, High Speed
Intake Air Temp<21C
Heating Mode Operation, 24C, High Speed

Buzzer Sounding Operation


When the appliance-operation key is input by the remote control, the short "beep-beep-" sounds.
When the appliance-pause key is input by the remote control, the long "beep" sounds.

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Operation
CST Type
Operation ON/OFF

Operation Mode Selection

(Cooling
(Heating
model only) model only)

Cooling Operation Mode (


Heating Operation Mode (

Soft Dry Operation Mode (


Auto Operation Mode (
)

)
)

Fan Speed Selection

LO (Low)

MED (Med)

HI (High)

JET

Room Temperature Display


: High:39C LOW:11C
Temperature Setting
Cooling

Down to 18C
Up to 30C

Heating

Setting the Timer


Timer

Cancel

Weekly Program
Program

Week

Holiday

: Fan Operates without cooling & heating


SET/CLR
Hour

Min

Fan Operation Mode

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Down to 16C
Up to 30C

AUTO

Operation
Duct Type
Operation ON/OFF

Operation Mode Selection

(Cooling
(Heating
model only) model only)

Cooling Operation Mode (


Heating Operation Mode (

Soft Dry Operation Mode (


Auto Operation Mode (
)

)
)

Fan Speed Selection

LO (Low)

MED (Med)

HI (High)

Room Temperature Display


: High:39C LOW:11C
Temperature Setting
Cooling

Down to 18C
Up to 30C

Heating

Down to 16C
Up to 30C

Setting the Timer


Timer

Cancel

Weekly Program
Program

Week

Holiday

SET/CLR
Hour

Min

Fan Operation Mode

: Fan Operates without cooling & heating

Phase Control Setting


Timer

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Operation
Convertible
Operation ON/OFF

Operation Mode Selection


Cooling Operation Mode.(
(Cooling
(Heating
model only) model only)

Healthy Dehumidification Operation Mode.(

Auto Operation Mode.(


) Heating Operation Mode.(

)
)

Fan Speed Selection


(Low)

(Med)

(High)

(CHAOS)

Heating

Down to 16C
Up to 30C

Room, Temperature Checking

: (High:39C

Low:11C)

Temperature Setting
TEMPERATURE

LOW

HIGH

Cooling

Down to 18C
Up to 30C

JET COOL

PLASMA(Optional)

Setting the Time or Timer

Timer Selection
ON

OFF

: OFF, ON, OFF

ON

Timer Setting
SET

Timer Cancel
CANCEL

: Cancel Sleep Mode, Timer ON or Timer OFF

Sleep Operation

: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Off Timer
Airflow Direction Control

Air Circulation

: Fan Operates without cooling or heating.


Horizontal Airflow Direction Control Button(Optional)

2nd F
Reset

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Operation

Remote Control Operation


Convertible Type Remote controller
The Remote Controller transmits the signals to the system.

Signal transmitter

1. START/STOP BUTTON
Operation starts when this button is pressed
and stops when the button is pressed again.
2. OPERATION MODE SELECTION
BUTTON
Used to select the operation mode.

(Heat Pump)

(Cooling Only)

3. ROOM TEMPERATURE SETTING


BUTTONS
Used to select the room temperature.

5
6

4. INDOOR FAN SPEED SELECTOR


Used to select fan speed in four steps
low, medium, high and CHAOS.

5. JET COOL
Used to start or stop the speed cooling/heating.
(Speed cooling/heating operates super high fan
speed.)

3
4
2
7
11
8
13

10
CANCEL
ON

OFF

6. CHAOS SWING BUTTON


Used to stop or start louver movement and
set the desired up/down airflow direction.

SET
AUTO CLEAN

12

7. ON/OFF TIMER BUTTONS


Used to set the time of starting and stopping operation.

15

14

8. TIME SETTING BUTTONS


Used to adjust the time.

Flip-up door
(opened)

Operation Mode

9. TIMER SET/CANCEL BUTTON


Used to set the timer when the desired time is
obtained and to cancel the Timer operation.
10. SLEEP MODE AUTO BUTTON
Used to set Sleep Mode Auto operation.

Cooling Operation

11. AIR CIRCULATION BUTTON


Used to circulate the room air without cooling or
heating.

Auto Operation

12. ROOM TEMPERATURE CHECKING BUTTON


Used to check the room temperature.
13. PLASMA(OPTIONAL)
Used to start or stop the plasma-purification function.

Healthy Dehumidification Operation


Heating Operation

Cooling Model(

), Heat Pump Model(

14. RESET BUTTON


Initialize remote controller.
15. 2nd F Button
Used prior to using modes printed in blue at the bot-

For the convertible type of air conditional, jet cool mode does not operate.

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Operation

CST Type Remote controller

AUTO SWING

OPERATION

SET TEMP
Room Temp

Operation unit
03

SUB FUNCTION

AUTO Heater Preheat


JET Defrost Humidify
Filter Out door
ZONE
1 2 3 4

HI
MED
LO

Time
Timer

On Off
Set no. Time 01

FAN SPEED

Program set
05

07

09

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

3
17
10
11
12
13
14
15

Heat Pump Model

2
Timer

Cancel

Program

Week

5
Holiday
Plasma
Set/Clr

Hour

Min

RESET

16
18

Cooling Model

4
7
8
9

1. Operation display
Displays the operation conditions.

9. Plasma Air Clean Button (optional)

2. On/Off Button
Operation starts when this button is pressed, and
stops when the button is pressed again.

10. Timer Cancel Button


Used to cancel the timer.

3. Set Temperature Button


Used to set the temperature when the desired temperature is obtained.
4. FAN Operation Button
Used to circulate room air without cooling or heating.
5. Fan Speed (Jet Cool Button: 4 way)
Used to set the desired fan speed or select Jet cool
mode.
6. Operation Mode Selection Button
Used to select the operation mode.
Auto Operation Mode
Cooling Operation Mode
Soft Dry Operation Mode
Heating Operation Mode(except cooling model)
7. Auto Swing Button
Used to swing up and down.
8. Room Temperature Checking Button
Used to check the room temperature.

11. Timer Set Button


Used to set the timer when the desired time is
obtained.
12. Week Button
Used to set a day of the week.
13. Program Button
Used to set the weekly timer.
14. Holiday Button
Used to set a holiday of the week.
15. Time Set Button
Used to set the time of the day and change the
time in the weekly timer Function.
16. Set and Clear Button
Used to set and clear the weekly timer.
17. Swirl Button (4 way)
Used to select swirl mode.
Jet Cool Button (1 way)
18. Reset Button
Used to set the current time and clear the setting
time.

Display temperature can be different from actual room temperature if the remote controller is installed at
the place where sun-rays are falling directly or the place nearby heat source.

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Operation

Duct Type Remote Controller

AUTO SWING

OPERATION

SET TEMP
Room Temp

Timer

Operation unit

3
Signal Receiver
5
8
9
10
11
12
13

03

SUB FUNCTION

AUTO Heater Preheat


JET Defrost Humidify
Filter Out door
ZONE
1 2 3 4

HI
MED
LO

Time
On Off
Set no. Time 01

FAN SPEED

Program set
05

07

09

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

2
Timer

Cancel

Program

Week

6
7
4

Holiday
Plasma
SET/CLR

Hour

Min

RESET

14

1. Operation display
Displays the operation conditions.
2. On/Off Button
Operation starts when this button is pressed, and stops
when the button is pressed again.
3. Set Temperature Button
Used to set the temperature when the desired temperature is obtained.
4. FAN Operation Button
Used to circulate room air without cooling or heating.
5. Electric Heater Button(optional)
Used to set the Electric Heater.
6. Fan Speed Button
Used to set desired fan speed.
7. Operation Mode Selection Button
Used to select the operation mode.
Auto Operation Mode.
Cooling Operation Mode.
Soft Dry Operation Mode.
Heating Operation Mode.(except cooling model)
8. Timer Cancel Button
Used to cancel the timer.

15
16
17

9. Timer Set Button


Used to set the timer when the desired time is obtained.
10. Week Button
Used to set a day of the week.
11. Program Button
Used to set the weekly timer.
12. Holiday Button
Used to set a holiday of the week.
13. Time Set Button
Used to set the time of the day and change the time in
the weekly timer Function.
14. Set and Clear Button
Used to set and clear the weekly timer.
15. Room Temperature Checking Button
Used to check the room temperature.
16. Plasma Air Clean Button(optional)
17. Reset Button
Used to set the current time and clear the setting time.

Display temperature can be different from actual room temperature if the remote controller is installed at
the place where sun-rays are falling directly or the place nearby heat source.

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Operation
1. Two Thermistor System
(1) Open the rear cover of the wired remote-controller to set the mode.
(2) Select one of three selectable modes as follows.
Position 1: The room temperature is controlled by the thermistor of the main body.
Position 2: The room themperature is controlled by the thermistor of the wired remote-controller, control
the temperature according to the position of wired remote-controller.
Position 3: The room temperature is controlled by lower temperature between the temperature of main
body and of remote-controller sensor.
(3) Move the slide switch to set position.
Room Temp. sensor
Slide switch for 2 Thermistor
R13H

TH

OP2
R14H OP3
SW TH

REMO
MAIN
2TH

OP5R16H

CO1H

REMO
MAIN
2TH

OP4

R15H

OP7
R18H

R17H
OP6
LO

C070

Position 2
Position 1
Position 3

R12H

OP1
R19H
R11H

STAND

R03S

HI
R04S

R01S

R02S

SW

HIGH

Slide switch for ceiling height

(4) Close the rear cover and check if it works normally.

2. Adjusting air volume to the height of ceiling (Cassette type)


You can choose the RPM(or air volume) of indoor motor according to the height of ceiling to supply the comfortable atmosphere to consumers.

Procedure
1. Choose the selectable position in the table after measuring the height of ceiling.
Ceiling height
more than 3.3m
2.7~3.3m
less than 2.7m

Mode of slide switch


High Ceiling
Standard
Low Ceiling

Change of air volume


Increasing
Decreasing

Remark
Manufactured in
standard mode

2. In the case of changing the height as "high" or "low", open the rear cover of the wired remotecontroller.
3. Move the slide switch to the set position.
Slide switch for 2 Thermistor
TH

Low ceiling
Standard
(Default)
High Ceiling

Lo

R13H

OP2
R14H OP3
SW TH

STAND

REMO
MAIN
2TH

Hi

R12H

CO1H

OP1
R19H
R11H

OP7
R18H

R17H
OP6
C070

LO
STAND

R03S

HI
R04S

SW

4. Close the rear cover and check if it works normally.

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HIGH

R02S

Slide switch for ceiling height

R01S

OP5R16H

OP4

R15H

Operation
3. E.S.P.(External Static Pressure) Setting (Duct type)
(1) Open the rear cover of the wired remote-controller to set the mode.
(2) Select one of three selectable modes as follows.

Without Zone System


1. Position V-H, F-H:
This position sets the maximum E.S.P as a default set.
2. Position V-L:
This position sets the minimum E.S.P as a default set.

With Zone System


1. Position V-H:
Maximum E.S.P setting & Fan speed is varied according to the state of dampers by micom.
2. Position F-H:
Maximum E.S.P setting & Fan speed doesn't vary according to the opening & Closing of dampers.
3. Position V-L:
Minimum E.S.P setting & Fan speed is varied according to the state of dampers by micom.
* Maximum : 24K-6mmAq
Minimum : 0mmAq
(3) Move the slide switch to set position.

TH

R14H OP3
SW TH

V-L

R13H

OP2

REMO
MAIN
2TH

CO1H

OP1
R19H
R11H

OP5R16H

OP4

R15H

OP7
R18H

R17H

F-H

OP6
LO

C070

V-H

R12H

STAND

R03S

HI
R04S
HIGH

R01S

R02S

SW

Slide switch for ceiling height

(4) Close the rear cover and check if it works normally.

CAUTION:
Select the position after checking duct work and E.S.P of the unit.
Maunfactured in the position F-H.

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Operation
4. How to Set E.S.P?
Procedure of RPM change:
Ex) External Static pressure is 6mmAq for 36k.
To protect the unit, compressor is designed to be off during E.S.P. setting.

Push the "On/Off" button.


The unit will start.
AUTO SWING

OPERATION

SET TEMP

FAN SPEED

Room Temp

AUTO Heater Preheat


JET Defrost Humidify
Filter Out door
ZONE
1 2 3 4

Time
Timer

Operation unit

On Off
Set no. Time 01

03

Program set
05

07

09

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

Push the "Timer" and "Wind" button simultaneously for more then 3 seconds.
Timer

AUTO SWING

OPERATION

SET TEMP

FAN SPEED

Room Temp

Operation unit
03

SUB FUNCTION

HI
MED
LO

AUTO Heater Preheat


JET Defrost Humidify
Filter Out door
ZONE
1 2 3 4

Time
Timer

On Off
Set no. Time 01

SUB FUNCTION

HI
MED
LO

Program set
05

07

09

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

Push the "Up" of "Down" button for E.S.P adjustment.


And, adjust the number which you want.(In this example, the number is "220". Refer to the
table 1 on the next page.)
AUTO SWING

OPERATION

SET TEMP

FAN SPEED

Room Temp

AUTO Heater Preheat


JET Defrost Humidify
Filter Out door
ZONE
1 2 3 4

Time
Timer

Operation unit

On Off
Set no. Time 01

03

SUB FUNCTION

HI
MED
LO

Program set
05

07

09

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

Note: The range of selection is from 1~254. Since, the display is two Digit only.
If the range selection is above 100 then the third digit will appear in the screen as shown.

Shift the fan speed mode by pressing the fan speed button.
And then, Adjust numbers of next steps by repeating the stage 3.
(In this example, the numbers are "235" and "243" respectly)

the "Timer" and "Wind" button simultaneously for more than 3 seconds.
5 Push
Then, Wind Data is memorized by the EEPROM of the main PCB.
AUTO SWING

OPERATION

SET TEMP
Room Temp

AUTO Heater Preheat


JET Defrost Humidify
Filter Out door
ZONE
1 2 3 4

Time
Timer

Operation unit

74 Synchro Air Conditioner

03

SUB FUNCTION

HI
MED
LO

Timer
On Off
Set no. Time 01

FAN SPEED

Program set
05

07

09

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

Operation
[Table. 1]
Static Pressure(mmAq)
Model Name
18K

24K

30K

36K

48K

60K

Step

CMM(CFM)

High

16.5(583)

235

230

225

215

180

Med

14.5(512)

245

238

235

230

215

Low

13(459)

254

252

248

245

240

High

18(636)

220

205

190

50

Med

16.5(583)

235

230

220

200

100

10

12

14

15

190

180

160

Setting Value

Low

14(494)

250

240

235

230

210

High

26.5(936)

153

150

150

148

130

Med

23(812)

173

173

175

175

170

155

Low

20(706)

190

190

190

190

190

190

High

32(1130)

230

230

225

220

150

Med

29(1024)

240

238

237

235

230

220

Low

26.5(936)

245

245

243

243

240

240

High

40(1412)

230

225

220

215

205

200

Med

35(1235)

250

245

240

235

230

220

215

210

200

Low

30(1059)

255

255

255

250

245

240

235

230

225

High

50(1766)

185

180

174

162

154

140

90

Med

45(1589)

210

205

199

191

189

180

155

138

110

Low

40(1423)

230

225

219

215

210

205

193

180

171

Note: 1. Be sure to set the value refering table 1. Unexpected set value will cause mal-

function.
2. Table 1 is based at 230V. According to the fluctuation of voltage, air flow rate
varies.

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Control Devices and Function

Control Devices and Function


Simple Central Control
Features
Easy operation button.
Independent operation for 16 indoor units each.
Simultaneous turn ON/OFF for all of indoor units connected.
Easy change operation mode to cooling or heating
Set and clear lock-mode for each indoor unit
Simultaneously set and clear lock-mode for all of indoor units
connected.
Display function for all of indoor units connected.

Term of Each part and Function


On/Off display LED
(TOTAL 16EA)

Individual On/Off button


Control ON/OFF of a unit.

On pressing individual on/off


button, display the present
operation state.
-Operation : green.
-Stop : off
-Error mode : blinking

Power display LED


Indicate the state of DC
Power supply in central
control unit.
- On : red(Heating), green(Cooling)
- Off : no signal
- Error mode : blinking with red color

TOTAL Off button


Stop all linked units sequentially.

TOTAL On button
Operate all linked units sequentially.

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Control Devices and Function

Electrical wiring
PICTORIAL VIEW OF THE CONNECTION

Outdoor
Outdoor unit
unit
PI485

: PNF-P14A0M

MAIN PCB
L

PI485

MAIN PCB

Control Box

CN_CENTRAL

MAIN PCB
N

CN_CENTRAL

10
G
A
B

PI485

CENTRAL
CONTROL
UNIT

VCC
GND
C
D

CN OUT

Special purchase: Central control, PI485(PNF-P14A0M)

ONE SIMPLE CENTRAL CONTROL CONNECTION


INDOOR UNIT 1

INDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT 2

SET The Address(Group No. & Indoor No.)

INDOOR UNIT 3

OUTDOOR
MAIN PCB

INDOOR UNIT 4

* Refer to The Following sheet


(1.3.5 Indoor unit Address setting method)

INDOOR UNIT 5

GND

Vcc

INDOOR UNIT 6

CN-POWER
GND

BUS
B
BUS
A

CN-COM B
CN-POWER

CN-COM A
S2

S1

GND

S4

LED2
LED4

LED3

+10V

IC1P

S5

S6

LED7

LED8

S3

LED5

C GND VCC

Outdoor
Outdoor unit
unit

S9

LED9

LED10

LED13

Group Number 0
Master Mode

LED14

S10

LED12

LED11
S14

TX1
S12

S11

S15

LED15

S16

LED16

PWB:6870A10001A
ASM:6711A20005E
S15

+
LED17

S18

ON KSDO4H
L1 2 3 4
S19

All the connections are to be done as shown above.


A and B are the communication lines for the indoor and
C and D are the communication lines for the Central Control.
Use two shield lines for C/D connecting line.(Earth the shield line)

VCC
CENTRAL
GND
CONTROL
C
UNIT
D

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Control Devices and Function


2 OR MORE SIMPLE CENTRAL CONTROL CONNECTION
INDOOR UNIT 1
INDOOR UNIT 2
INDOOR UNIT 3

OUTDOOR
MAIN PCB

INDOOR UNIT 4

<Group Number 0>


INDOOR UNIT 5
INDOOR UNIT 6

GND

Vcc

BUS
B
BUS
A

Master

CN-POWER
GND
CN-COM B
CN-POWER

CN-COM A
S2

S1

DIP SWITCH

S4

LED2
LED4

LED3

GND

IC1P

S5

S6

LED5
+

+10V

S9

LED9

+
LED8

S10

S14

TX1

1. Adhere the PI485 Module(For connecting central control) to the Control Box.
2. Connect the PI485 Module to central control.
3. In the case of connecting two more than central control, set the Master/Slave mode
and then connect each communication lines(C,D) <Refer to above fig>.
*Special purcharse: Central control(P/No.:4995A20105F),
PI485 Module(PNF-P14A0M)
* It can be added to 15 Central controls for the slave control.

LED12
S15

S16

LED16

LED15

LED14

S3

S12

S11

+
LED11

LED10

+
LED13

+
LED7

PWB:6870A10001A
ASM:6711A20005E

C GND VCC

LED17

ON KSDO4H
L1 2 3

Outdoor unit 1

S18

S15

S19

Master Mode

Group Number 0

INDOOR UNIT 1
INDOOR UNIT 2
INDOOR UNIT 3

OUTDOOR
MAIN PCB

Note

INDOOR UNIT 4

<Group Number 1>

INDOOR UNIT 5
INDOOR UNIT 6

GND

Vcc

BUS
B
BUS
A

001

C
CN-POWER
GND

CN-COM B
CN-POWER

CN-COM A
S2

S1

S4

LED2

IC1P

S5

S6

S9

LED9

C GND VCC

LED13

LED14

S15

TX1

Indoor No.

S12

LED12

LED11
S14

Group No.

S3

LED8
S11

S16

LED16

LED15

PWB:6870A10001A
ASM:6711A20005E
S15

+
LED17

Outdoor unit 2

S10

LED10

+
LED7

LED5

Slave

LED4

LED3

GND
+10V

DIP SWITCH

S18

ON KSDO4H
L1 2 3

S19

Master Mode

Group Number 0

PI485 setting method(LG Aircon Network unit)

Selection of product
unit type

Selection of network type

ON KS DO 4H
L1 2 3

Settings method of TPS Inverter Multi Type


ON KS DO 4H
L1 2 3

1 ON + All OFF : Connection of "TPS Inverter Multi Connection + General Central


Controller" Case.

ON KS DO 4H

1,4 ON + All OFF : Connection of


L1 2 3

"TPS Inverter Multi Connection +

Central Controller applied LGAP" Case.


* LGAP : LG Air conditioners Protocol

Function of LG Network
- It is possible to connect the network of LG air conditioners and to connect various contents of the network
system, which is simple, deluxe and PC central control.
- Please refer to "LG Control System Manual" about the detail functions and the products possible to network.
- As the Interface for networking, PNF-P14A0M/R/C is applied.

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Control Devices and Function


Indoor Unit Address setting Method

1. Press 13(program) and 16(set and clear) key more


than 3 second then "Address Setting Mode" starts.
2. Set the address of indoor unit by using "Temperature
setting" key.
Range of address : 00 ~ FF

Using Wired Remocon

AUTO SWING

OPERATION

SET TEMP
Room Temp

Timer

Operation unit
03

SUB FUNCTION

HI
MED
LO

AUTO Heater Preheat


JET Defrost Humidify
Filter Out door
ZONE
1 2 3 4

Time
On Off
Set no. Time 01

FAN SPEED

Program set
05

07

09

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

3
17
10
11
12
13
14
15

Timer

Program

6
4

Holiday
Plasma

7
8
9

Set/Clr
Hour

Cancel

Week

Ex)

Min

RESET

16
18

Group Room(Indoor Unit)


No.
No.
3. After setting address, press 13(program) and 16(set
and clear) key more than 3 second then "Address
Setting Mode" is finished.

Heat Pump Model

Using Wireless Remocon


1. Address setting Method
Signal transmitter

1) Press 5(Jet Cool) & 13(Reset) key at the same time more
than 3 seconds then
"Address Setting Mode" starts.
2) Set the address of indoor unit by using
"Temperature setting" key.
Range of address : 00 ~ FF

6
3

Ex)

4
2
7
11
8
13
14

10
CANCEL
ON

OFF

SET
AUTO CLEAN

9
16
12
15

Flip-up door
(opened)

2.

Group Room(Indoor Unit)


No.
No.
3) After address setting, pressing 1(On/Off) key, address
setting is finished. The address that is set is displayed on a
display window of indoor unit.
* notice : The mothod of display and time is different
according to indoor unit type.
4) If the remote control is reset, normal mode starts.

2. Address Monitoring
1) Press 6(Chaos Swing) & 13(Reset) key at the same time then "Address Monitoring Mode"
starts.
2) At the address monitoring mode, pressing 1(On/Off) key, The address that is set is displayed
on a display window of indoor unit.
* notice : The mothod of display and time is different according to indoor unit type.
3) If the remote control is reset, normal mode starts.

* Notice : Confirm that wired and wireless remote control are able to select the address or not.

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Control Devices and Function

Test run method


1. Set the wiring of system and indoor unit.
2. Apply power to the setting.
3. Do auto addressing to the outdoor unit.
4. After addressing, initialize the central controller(Manual initialize: Total on + total off + 16 key).
Cooling: Setting basically(Total On + Total Off + 4 key)
Heating: Total On + Total Off + 8 key Red power lamp 'On'
6. Check up On/Off with a related indoor key pressing.

Installation
CAUTIONS

Do not install in this area


Dont install near elevator, computer, automatic door. (High noise area).

Keep in mind
Dont operate with wet hands.

Dont install near high moisture & high oscillation area.

Dont pull the connected wire.

Dont install near direct sunlight or heat


source.

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Control Devices and Function


INSTALLATION ORDER
1. Remove upper & lower case.

2. Fixate screw in the holes of the

3. For Dip switch, and Rotary

case bottom.

4. For wiring connection, refer page

switch setting, refer to the page


How to Install.

5. Adjust the upper case in accor-

Installation Procedure

6. Check the operation by supply-

dance with back case while


assembling as shown in the figure.

ing the power.

LINK OF CONNECTING WIRE


1. First, separate the front case from rear case of controller, connect terminal
C, D,Vcc, GND on PCB referring to the following table.
Between controller and outdoor unit : 220m(25

Out door unit Terminal Block


GND
Vcc
C
D

Vcc
C

Maximum length of connecting wire


Between controllers : 220m(25

GND

Wire Color
BLUE
Red
Brown
Yellow

Central Control Terminal


GND
Vcc
C
D

2. After attaching the supplied wire to terminal, link the connecting wire.
If necessary, Cut the indicated part of front case to draw the lead wire.

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Control Devices and Function


. ROTARY SWITCH SETTING(INSTALLATION FOR 2 OR MORE SIMPLE CENTRAL CONTROL)
The setting of Group Number in the Central Control is done by the rotary switch as shown in the figure below.

It is possible to set 0~15 Group(Total 16 Groups). All the numbers on the rotary switch represent the different
Group Numbers. By changing the knob we can set rotary switch to the group number we want to control. The
above fig. Shows the control of group number 0. Similarly we can control all the 16 Groups.

. DIP SWITCH SETTING(INSTALLATION FOR 2 OR MORE SIMPLE CENTRAL CONTROL)


CAUTION
Dip switch is now used only for the setting of master or slave mode.( In the case of two more
than central controls.)
Set one to Master, the others to slave.

Master Mode
Rotary Switch
Dip Switch
ON

Slave Mode

OFF

. ACCEASSORY PARTS
Central control and sub

(with wire ass'y) should be purchased as optional.

Central Control(1EA)

PI485(PQNFP14A0M)
Wire Assembly 1

Screw(4EA)

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Wire Assembly 2

Control Devices and Function

Deluxe Central Control


2.1.1 Summary
Deluxe Central control is a product available for individual and integrated monitoring and control of maximum
256 of TPS Inverter Multi air conditioner systems. Specially, operation status of the individual air conditioner
can be particularly checked. Individual or simultaneous operation of the air conditioner, operation mode, wind
quantity, user locking and temperature setup are also available.
Specially for this system, installation is simple and user's environment is excellent. Central control is available
by a simple manipulation. In addition, this system have the self-battery built-in and can stably operate in spite
of outside disturbance such as temporary power failure. This system has no need of additional peripheral
equipment like UPS (Undisturbed Power System) and AVR to be purchased for stability when composing the
existing PC central control system, and has so attractive advantage in installation costs.
Using the Deluxe Central control enables the management room to setup lock of each air conditioner and
prevent indoor control of the individual air conditioner and restrain the necessary use. In case of releasing the
lock, you may control the system by using the wire/wireless remote control at the place where the individual
air conditioner is installed.
Setup of a weekly schedule is available and detailed schedule of the individual air conditioner can be easily
setup through the GUI. Details of schedule setup can be immediately checked with a graph. This system is a
product to meet energy saving and convenience at the same time at a place like a school by using this schedule function.
Depending on installation environment, location and conditions of use, you can setup groups. With this setup,
more efficient operation at the center is available. Setup without requiring other equipment is available by
using the GUI and change by the consumer is also available after installation.
You can reduce development time to configure special system upon the request by the consumer and conveniently this system by using the touch panel.
Where needs from a new customer occur or where purchase of additional air conditioner is done, the Deluxe
Central control can be smoothly installed.

Deluxe
Central control

CNU
PI485

PI485

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Control Devices and Function

Major Characteristics

Figure 2) Deluxe Central control

1. Individual/Integrated Operation/Monitoring
You can identify operation status of the air conditioner, operation mode, wind quantity, wind direction, locking, temperature setting and error, etc by selecting the installed air conditioner through individual selection,
group selection or all selection. Individual setup and operation of the detailed functions are available.
Therefore, managing with Deluxe Central control installed at the control room at a building where a number
of air conditioners are installed, is a convenient way.

2. Group Management
Group management for the installed air conditioners is available. Group can be seperated by their nature,
location and size of each air conditioner which enables convenient use. In addition, allotment of respective
name to the setup group allows further intuitive management.

3. Self-diagnosis Function
The air conditioner installed can self-diagnosed its error status and then transmits the result to the central
control. Therefore, a rapid countermeasure against failure of the air conditioner allows easy management
and increases the usage life of air conditioner.

4. Semi-permanent Life / Convenient Maintenance


Since the Deluxe Central control is designed for the semi-permanent use, this system can be used semipermanently after installation, different from the existing PC or a large central control system requiring a
continuous management due to the life of peripheral and other PC.

5. Management Costs Down


In absence of the Central Control System, the manager controls a number of air conditioners. In addition,
even if management was done at the center, there is only function of on/off management at best and thus 2
or 3 building managers were actually required. However, manipulation of all functions can be now done at
a control room for the Deluxe Central control and so a manager can easily control all air conditioners.
Automatic operation is also allowed without a manager, by using schedule function.

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6. Convenient GUI / Touch Screen
Not requires special education for using the Deluxe Central control, conveniently used only by pressing the
buttons on the screen, and its function can be understood with intuitive pictogram. Especially schedule setting
is done by simply by dragging, different from the existing system requiring to press the button by more than
average 30 times to enter a schedule.

7. Schedule Automatic Operation Management / Energy Saving


For the Schedule Automatic Operation, weekly setting is available. Enlisting of the schedule exception processing schedule (national holiday) is done for a year prevents the air conditioner from an unnecessary operation of air conditioner, allowing the system to be controlled at the center so that it can be only used for a necessary case and enabling to obtain excellent energy saving effect. Fixed schedule places like elementary
school, middle school, high school and college or university will get its excellent working effect.

8. Power Failure Backup Function / Powerful Stability


For the existing Central Control System, additional purchase of expensive UPS equipment in provision for a
temporary power failure must be done in the past but for the Deluxe Central control, since the self-power failure compensation battery is built-in, power is automatically converted by maximum 2 hours. Therefore, there
is almost no malfunction due to a temporary power failure because stable operation is available.

9. Mobility
A wireless radio system may be installed at the Deluxe Central control, it will control the Airconditioners
directly while going around the building with the wireless radio system and its self-battery function (100 m
where there is no obstacle).

10. Convenient Installation


This system can be freely fixed to the wall surface because of its small size, light weight and thin thickness. It
can also stood up on the desk by using, its dedicated cradle. It is not subjected to spatial restriction in installation space and location since this system communicates on the basis of the I-GW and the Ethernet.

11. Stable Date Storage/Backup


Setup information is saved as it is, even if no power is supplied then also all data is saved in the built-in flash
memory.

12. Scalability
Scalability of the system is easy in case of additionally purchasing equipment since scalable slot such as
USB, Serial (RS-232c), PCMCIA, CF Type is prepared. This system is designed considering sufficient scalability in provision for special request by the customer.

13. Upgrade
Additional installation of a new program is available via the CF memory card and the existing program can be
upgraded to a new program. Using such upgrade function always enables to construct a modern type of
Central Control System.

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Control Devices and Function

Figure 3) Deluxe Central control


Table 1) Comparison Between Central control Characteristics
Deluxe
Central control

Internet Central control

PC Central control

Dedicate PC

Non-required

Required

Configuration

User S/W

User S/W, Engine S/W

Position of program

Download to i-GW

Installation

Built-in

256 sets (Less than 128 sets


recommended)

256 sets1)

256 sets

Remote control

Available

Control & monitoring

Available

Available

Available

Schedule management

Available

Available

Available

Available

Available

Available

Users lock

Available

Available

Available

Upgrade

Available

Available

Available

Touch screen

Built-in

Built-in Flash DB (backup)

Built-in

Wireless LAN (movable)

Available (option)

Non-interruption device

Max. installation set


numbers

System setup

Available(Configure file
modification)

System monitoring(overview)

Non-required
Main Body of Web Pad
Deluxe Central control

Separately add

Built-in
-

Requirements

Browser supporting JAVA

2)
JVM (provided by MS)

Life

Semi-permanent

Peripheral devices & PC life

Semi-permanent

1) For the PC central control, installation set numbers may respond up to 1024 sets upon users request.
2) JVM (Java Virtual Machine) is basically installed at the Windows but some versions of Window XP may be
manually installed.

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Control Devices and Function

Major Function of Deluxe Central Control


[ System Control ]
To check general monitor function of the air con central control
system such as selection of group and air conditioner, air
conditioner control monitor function etc.

PQCSW501A0, PQCSW502A0

[ System Monitor ]
To check the ctual time status of all air conditioners.

PQCSW501A0, PQCSW502A0

[ System Set-up ]
To manage the air conditioner through grouping and record setup
of group and installation position, etc.

PQCSW501A0, PQCSW502A0

[ Time Schedule ]
Setup of a weekly schedule for all, group and individual air
conditioner enabled operation of the system. Processing through
enlist of extra schedule for a year is available.

PQCSW502A0

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Control Devices and Function

System Configuration
Scenario 1 : In case of not using Internet access function
B part

A part

Product

Control System
Interface

Delux Central
Control

CNU
PI485

PI485
Cross UTP Cable
(Cross LAN Cable)
RS-485 Cable

PI485

PI485

* CNU: Central control Network interface Unit


PI485: Product Interface unit for IEEE485 transmission.

Main Specifications
1. Control System
- Centralized control of maximum 256 indoor units
- Simple Touch PAD method
- GUI setting considering convenience of use
- Power failure compensation with independent Battery Built-in (Max. 2 hours)

2. CNU
- Combination of maximum 8 outdoor units
- 485 to Ethernet Converter Built-in

3. PI485
- 1 pcs per outdoor units
Note: - GUI(Graphic User Interface) may be changed without any notice, for improvement or options.

88 Synchro Air Conditioner

1 1
2 2

2
3

2
3

2
3

2
3

1
2

CN-TH4

CN-TH3

CN-TH2

CN-TH1

WCN-W
YL

W
V
U

NORMAL

LONG

12.1K,1%
2012

R15H
18K,1%
2012

R14H
18K,1%
2012

R13H

R10H
1.5K,1%
2012

R09H

+5V

12.1K,1%
2012

R11H

50V

10uF

C01H

6.2K,1%
2012

50V

10uF

C02H

R12H

50V

10uF

C03H

6.2K,1%
2012

50V

C04H
10uF

20K
2012

R07P

R06P

R08H
R07H

R05H

R06H

R04H

R02H

R03H

R01H

+15V

R01H~R08H
1K 2012

+5V

C07H

R18P

C08H

C09H

C10H
C11H

+5V

C12H

G
A2

C01L
103
2012
+5V

2012

R01L
4.7K

2012

R02L
4.7K

FAN FG

C.T

+5V

L03D
12uH

C02N
102K
2012

P103/HEAT_SINK

93

P104/OUT_AIR

92

P106/SUCTION

90

P107/DISCHARGE1

89

P00/DISCHARGE2

88

P01/AN01

87

P02/AN02

86

+5V

JIG POINT

83

R14T
1K
2012

R04T
4.7K

82

81
P07/AN07

P04/AN04

P06/AN06

P14

PCB Auto Check

P05/AN05

P91

INT5

INT4

INT3

AVcc

P10/AN0
Vref

7
8

P101/AN1
AVss

CLK1/P65

RST1/P64

P102/AN2

P105/PIPE

P03/AN03
CE/P50

P47 47

P21/AN21

P20/AN20

P22/AN22
P23/AN23
P24/AN24
P25/AN25
P26/AN26
P27/A7
Vss

Vcc2

P30/A8

P60

EPM/P24

P46 48

P32/A10

P31/A9

P33/A11

P82/INT0

P34/A12

P36/A14

P35/A13

P75/W

P40/A16

P37/A15

35

TXD0/P63

TXD-5

36

RXD0/P62

RXD1/P66
TXD1/P67

32

34

33
31

TXD-4

38

RXD-3

P26 39
RXD-4

P61 37

TXD-3

P25 40

RXD-2

P23 42

TXD-2

RXD-1

P21 44

TXD-1

P51 45

41

P44

4.7K

VDC

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

RX_Flash

R17T
4.7K

R16T

R15T

50

4.7K

TX_Flash

RXD-5

C02T
102K
2012

LED0

RX_JIG_S

TX_JIG_S

LED1

IPM Fault Signal

INT_HP
PSC F/Signal
Phase Control
DC Fan On/off
RY-PWR

RY-OIL/S

RY-C/COMP

RY-HOT GAS

RY-HEATER

RY-P/ICE

RY-4WAY

PTC
40 OHM

RY-PWR
G4A-1A-PE

G4A-1A-E

ZD03K
68V
R12K
1.5K
1/4W
1%

R13K
1.5K
1/4W
1%

ZD04K
68V

ZD05K
68V
R26K
1.5K
1/4W
1%

R27K
1.5K
1/4W
1%

ZD06K
68V

ZD07K
68V
R28K
1.5K
1/4W
1%

ZD08K
68V
R29K
1.5K
1/4W
1%

COMP
(single)

COMP_AC_IM

RY-C/COMP

AC (L1)

IC12K
TLP421(Dip)

IC11K
TLP421(Dip)

IC10K
TLP421(Dip)

IC09K
TLP421(Dip)

IC08K
TLP421(Dip)

IC07K
TLP421(Dip)

IC06K
TLP421(Dip)

IC05K
TLP421(Dip)

IC04K
TLP421(Dip)

IC03K
TLP421(Dip)

IC02K
TLP421(Dip)

IC01K
TLP421(Dip)

ENABLE3

ENABLE2

ENABLE1

RY-FAN(A)_L

RY-FAN(A)_H

PSC(On/off)

RY-FAN(B)_L

RY-FAN(B)_H

2012

680

R41K

2012

R40K
680

2012

680

R39K

2012

680

R38K

2012

680

R07K

2012

680

R06K

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51
R25K
10K

RY-HOT GAS
G5NB-1A

AC (L)

R21K
1K 2012

+5V

+5V

R24K
10K

R20K
1K 2012

+5V

+5V

R23K
10K

R19K
1K 2012

+5V

+5V

R22K
10K

R18K
1K 2012

+5V

+5V

R11K
10K

R09K
1K 2012

+5V

+5V

R10K
10K

R08K
1K 2012

+5V

+5V

P43/A19

P42/A18
P45 49
2012

C06K
102K

C07K
102K

2012

C08K
102K

2012

2012

C09K
102K

C10K
102K

2012

C11K
102K

2012

C12K
102K

2012

C13K
102K

C14K
102K
2012

2012

C15K
102K

2012

C16K
102K

2012

C17K
102K

RY-OIL/S
G5NB-1A

+5V

46
RY-HEATER
G5NB-1A

RXD-6

TXD-6

P22 43

RY-4WAY
G5NB-1A

P41/A17

P74/W

P72/V

RY-P/ICE
G5NB-1A

CN-HOT GAS

CN-OIL/S

CN-HEATER

CN-4WAY

CN-P/ICE

2012

P73/V

P80/U

P81/U

P83/INT1

P84/INT2

P85/NMI

Vcc1

Xin

Vss

Xout

RESET

P86

CNVss

MITSUBISHI
M16C/62P Group
IC02A

P87

BYTE

P90

P92

P93

P94

P95

P96

R03N
20K
2012

INPUT VOLT

LOW-V

C09D
104

RESET

TXD-6

RXD-6

C03F
102

TX_JIG_PC

RX_JIG_PC

R07F
1K

R01B
0

4.7K

R01T

+5V

PWM

R02T
4.7K

Phase Freq
Q01C
KTC3198Y
(DIP)

INPUT VOLT

84

SCL

WP

Vcc

R18T
4.7K

C01C
103K
50V

C.T

R01C
12K,1%

+5V

+5V

OSC01B
4MHz

1
2

+5V

SDA

+5V

C02A
102
2012

R03A
1K
2012

CN-WRITER

TX-CC

RX-CC

R02C
47K,1/4
1%

C02C
102

R07C
1K,1/4
5%

R06C
2.7K,1%

+5V

10V(RN)

220uF

C01N

D02N
1N4148

91

C07H~C12H
C102*7

3
5

EEPROM
M24C08

R02N
1.65K 1%
1/6W

D01N
1N4148

R02V~R05V
47K,1/4W,5%

85

A1
A0

2012

R01A
4.7K
R02A
IC01A
100
2012
KIA7036P
3
C01A
3.3UF,50V
2

R01Z
R02Z

R03Z
R04Z
R05Z

R01Z~R06Z
100
2012

R06Z

D01V
1N4007

R05C
12K,1%

D02C
1N4148

+5V

R03C
10K,1%

R04C
4.7K,1/4
1%

C03C
25V,47uF

D01C
1N4007

C03A
104

BD01N
DF08M

R01V
47K,1W,5%

94

R19P

R12Z
4.7K

C06P~C08P
102M

R11Z
2K

+5V

4.7K
1/4W(or 2012)

R15P~R17P

R20P
R18P~R20P
1K 2012

R10Z
4.7K

C05Z C06Z
122
471

R01N
1K 1%
1/6W

IC01V
TLP421_BL

R06V
1K,1/4
5%

96

12

14

C05P
102
2012

IC01P
KIA339A

R09Z
2K

C04Z
122

BD01C
DF08M

+5V

R07V
10K
2012

CN-FAN(B)

95

R08P

R05P

R09P

C04P
104
2012

R10P

R14P
7.5K
1/4W 1%

R07Z R08Z
4.7K
2K

C03Z
471

R08V
1K

+5V

2012

R05P~R10P

50V

C05H

R01P~R04P
470K
1/2W 1%

R21P
7.5K
1/2W 1%
R11P~R13P
15K
1/4W 1%
C01P~C03P
331

10uF

R15Z

R14Z

R13Z

50V

+15V

10uF

C06H

4.7K
2012

OR1

R16H

1
2
3

SW1

PIPE LENGTH
5V : NORMAL
GND : LONG

C10Z

D03Z

D02Z

C08Z

D01Z

C07Z,09Z,11Z : 104K 2012

C07Z

C09Z

C08Z,10Z,12Z : 47uF 50V


R13Z~R15Z : 20 1/4W

20

21

22

D01Z~D03Z : 1N4937

VB(W)

IN(WH)

VCC(WH)

23
18
17
16
15
19
13

C02Z
122

TRANS1
50Hz,DC12V

2012

C01V
102K

R06F
4.7K
1/4W

FAN FG

IN
VS(W)
VB(V)
VCC(VH)

VB(U)

VS(V)

IN(VH)

COM(H)

VCC(UH)
C12Z

C01Z
471

CT01N
Current Trans

INT_HP

2012

R05F
10K

CN-FAN(A)

VB
VCC
COM

VB
VCC

VB

IN

COM

IPM Fault Sig.

AC(L)

AC(N)

AC (L1)

AC (L)

+15V

2012

R03F
4.7K

6.8V
ZD01F

CN-PRESS

VS

OUT

SPM2
FairChild
FSAM30SM60A
FSAM20SM60A

OUT
VS

C11Z
R16Z
20A :47,1/4W,1%
30A :56,1/4W,1%
R17Z
3.9K,1/4W,1%
C13Z 102K,2012
C14Z 104,2012

2012

C18Z
102

PSC F/Signal

Q03F

Q04F

C02F
10UF
/10V

C01F
103k
630V

P97

12
11

R20Z
390, 2012

2012

102

C08S

Q01F

FAN ON/OFF

2012

Q02F

R04F
5.1K
1/4W

GND

98

31

32

30

IN(UH)
VS(U)

14

10

+5V

2012

R19Z
20K

PSC On/Off

2012

R07S
20K

+15V

C05D
220uF
35V

1K

R01F

R02F
2012

Vcc

97

WCN-V
BL
WCN-U
RD

IN

COM

VCC

VFO

R18Z

2012

C17Z
102

4.7k
2012

C04S
680UF
400WV

+5V

R03S
1.2K
1/4W

2012

102K

C07S

50V

C08D
103

+5V

PWM

1K

FG

99

VS

OUT

CSC

RSC

CFOD

C03S
680UF
400WV

+15V

1
2
3
4

2012

LOW-V

R06S
4.7K

TLP421

IC02S

IC04D

C03D
220uF
10V

Vs

FAN
MOTOR(R)

100

VFO

C(FOD)

C(SC)

OUT(WL)

OUT(VL)
6
5
4
3

C16Z
47uF
50V

D01Y
1N4148

IC01S
TLP251

C02S
680UF
400WV

8
7

D01S
1N4007

+5V

R03Y

L02D
12uH

4.7K,1%

2K
1/2W

R02D

+15V

7805

50V

C07D
103

Q03F,04F
KRA106S(Chip)

DISCHARGE2

DISCHARGE1

PIPE

SUCTION

OUT AIR

HEAT SINK

YL

BL

RD

29

Nw

Nv
COM(L)

IN(UL)

IN(VL)

IN(WL)

COM(L) 2
1

C15Z
104Z
25V
2012

R02S
220
1/4W

2012

C05S
104

+15V

C01S
680UF
400WV

R01S
10k
1/4W

C06S
152J

C01Y
103K
50V,2012

C04D
470UF
35V

L01D
12uH

50V

C06D
103

Q01F,02F
KRC104S(Chip)

RY-FAN(B)-L
JQ1A-12V

C19Z

28

COM(L)

IN(UL)

IN(VL)

IN(WL)
OUT(UL)

VCC(L)

D1

D3

IGBT
GT50J102

C09S
152J

R04S
0.05 R05S
71.5k

1%

D01D
1N4937

400VAC
1.5uF

27

Nu

C09S
0.1uF
+120

R02Y
270K
1/2W

13

12
9

26

VCC

D2

D4

D1

1%

GND

OUT

R202

OUT

25 NC
24 NC

VDC

BD01S
RBV2506
RBV1506

D2

~ D3

R01Y
270K
1/2W

C101

R201

D201

+
C02D
470uF
25V

FAN
MOTOR(L)

RY-FAN(B)-H
JQ1A-12V

CN-COIL2

AC (N)

AC (L1)

BD02S
RBV1506

R102

D4

D101

R101

TNY
268

PC201

C01D
1000UF
35V

RY-FAN(A)-L
JQ1A-12V

CN-COIL1

IN

FB

L/P

Inv._COMP_BLDC

REACTOR
26.8mH/ 9A
11mH/ 14A

3
5

BP
C102

GND

RD

NC

NC

PC201

D202

102M

C10D
5

MOTOR

RY-FAN(A)-H
JQ1A-12V
H/P

GND

uRM1515-2B

5
YL

u-POWER MODULE

6
BL

CN-MOTOR1

BK
DC FAN

WH

+5V

CS-1
CS-2
CS-3

AC_COM

R15K
30K
1W

R14K
30K
1W

R16K
30K
1W

AC_COM

R17K
30K
1W

R30K
30K
1W

AC_COM

R31K
30K
1W

R32K
30K
1W

AC_COM

R33K
30K
1W
AC_COM

R34K
30K
1W

R35K
30K
1W
AC_COM

R36K
30K
1W

R37K
30K
1W

D03K

LED1

LED0

D03K~D08K
1N4007

D04K

D05K

D06K

D07K

D08K

C09J
1uF/ 275VAC

AC (N)

ER_CODE, INDICATOR
LED01G : RED_10

11

12

13

14

15

16

11

12

13

14

15

R01G
1.5K

+15V

LED02G

LED01G

R02J
20
1/4W,5%

J21~J26

C02M 104
2012

J27~J32

NF02J

RY-FAN(A)_L

RY-FAN(A)_H

PSC (On/off)

RY-FAN(B)_L

RY-FAN(B)_H

RY-4WAY

RY-HOT GAS

2012

C01M 104

RY-HEATER

RY-P/ICE

RY-OIL/S

RY-C/COMP

RY-PWR

R02G
17 1.5K

18

LED02G : GREEN_1

IC01M
KID65004AP

16

10

IC02M
KID65004AP

10

C07J
472M

C08J
472M

WCN_GND2

R03J
20
1/4W,5%

BK

R01K~R04K
11K/3W*4

R01M~R08M
68K

332M

C05J

C06J
332M

C04J
1UF
275VAC

D01K
1N4007

D02K
1N4007

QE

A0

A1

A2

A4

A3

A5

A6

A7

GND

QE

A0

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

GND

QE

A0

A2

A1

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

GND

ZNR01J,02J
SVC561

R04J
1M
1/2W

SURGE
DA-38-302MT-A21

R09M
10K

IC04M
74HC245AF

19

20

17

18

16

15

13

12

14

11

VCC

CS

CS-1

C03M
104

+5V

IC07M
KIA65084

18

13

14

17

12

B0

11

B1

10

16

15

B4

B3

B5

16

17

15

IC08M
KIA65084

C04M
104

+5V

18

B6

B2

CS-2

B7

VCC

CS

B0

B1

B2

14

17

18

19

20

R10M
10K

IC05M
74HC245AF

10

B3

13

16

12

15

11

10

B4

14

13

14

15

16

CS

B0

C05M
104

IC09M
KIA65084

B3

B2

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

B4

B5

275VAC

C01J
1uF/

Q01T
KRA105

C03T
102K
2012

2012

R07T
1K

10

B6

B1

+5V

12

RX_JIG_S

222M

C03J

222M

C02J

C02K
150uF/100V

+5V

R11T
1K
2012

20

R01J

WCN_GND1

1/4W,5%

AC_COM

B7

R12T
4.7K

18

CS-3

B7

12

VCC

B5
13
+5V
B6

11

17

18

19

20

R11M
10K

IC06M
74HC245AF

10

J51~J56

NF01J

R05K
50.5K/1W

36V,1W

ZD01K,02K

C01T
102K
2012

11

RX-CC

10

C01K
102/100V

J57~J62

BK

Schematic Diagram

Schematic Diagram
Electronic Control Device
1. Indoor Unit

(1) CassetteType

+15V

+15V

+5V

R06T
1K

+15V

+5V

R10T
1K

TX_JIG_S

TX_JIG_PC

RX_JIG_PC

R08T
10K

+5V

+5V

TX-CC

+5V

TX

RX

RX

TX

TX

RX

TX

RX

R09T
4.7K

R05T
4.7K

C06M~C11M
104

TX_FLASH

RX_FLASH

2012

FUSE

20A/250V

CN_LEV1

CN_LEV2

CN_LEV3

CN_LEV4

CN_LEV5

CN_CENTRAL

CN_FLASH

CN_JIG_S

CN_JIG_PC

CN_LEV6

2 2
3 3

2 2
3 3

2 2
3 3

CN-COM

4
5

2 2
3 3

WCN_P(L)
BR

CN-CP(N)

CN-CP(L)

4
5

WCN_P(N)
BL

LEV1

LEV2

LEV3

LEV4

LEV5

LEV6

C4

TB2

C4

C3

C3

C2

C1

C2

C1

GND GND

BK

WH

GR/YL

AC-POWER
AC220~240V/50,60Hz

TB1

Service Manual 89

CN-OUT

250V/
T3.15A,3A

ZNR01J
INR14D561K

M_RTX

C03J
10nF
275V

AC_L

RY-LOUV

RY-D/PUMP

RY-HEATER

RY-4WAY

RY-OUTFAN

RY-COMP

SIGNAL

NEUTRAL

LIVE

CN-POWER

RY-4WAY

RY-OUTFAN

RY-HEATER

CN-D/PUMP
Drain
Motor

CN-LOUVER
1
3

RY-L
RY-M

5V

AC_N

NTC01D
10D-9

C01D
10uF/
400V

IC02M
KID65004AF

DC310V

ZD01D
P6KE200A

D02D
UF4005

BP

EN

S/Trans

6,7

C05D
681

C06D
470uF/35V

D03D
UF5402
4,5
IC02D(TLP521)

12V
L01D

3.3uH
R04D

39
C07D
330uF/35V
R03D
150

P75

64

C03D
103

P74

5
4
TNY
255P
2 1

P76

ZD02D
11V

P77

C04D
103/250VA

1
63

P73

62

59

60

61

P70

P71

P72

2
P01

P00

4
P02

3
5
P03

57

6
(AIN7)/P67

58

P04

VDD

P05

55

54

(AIN5)/P65

56
(AIN4)/P64

(AIN6)/P66

P07

P06

P10(INT0)

(AIN3)/P63

9
11

10
P11(INT1)

51

52

53

12

P12(INT2/TC1)

(AIN2)/P62

13

(AIN1)/P61

C09D
220uF/50V

C11D
223/1KV
C12D
103/1KV

C10D
103

DC 12V

STEP M

5V

IC02M
KID65004AF

IC03D
KID78L05BP
I
O
7805
C08D
104

HEATER
4WAY
OUTFAN

COMP

A/C

STEP M4

5V

OPTION6
OPTION5

OPTION3

OPTION4

OPTION2
PIPE TH
ROOM TH

49

P13(DVO)

VARF

14

P14(PPG)

GND

OPTION 1
P15(TC2)

48

50

15

VASS

(AIN0)/P60

16

P16

SB3

17

S_B3

47
SB2
SB1
SB0
CC RX

S_B1
S_B0
_RX

R05H
12.1K
1%
R06H
12.1K
1%

R03H
12.1K
1%
R04H
12.1K
1%

5V

R02H
6.2K R01H
1% 12.1K
1%

M_RTX

M_RTX

CN-PIPE

D12K
1SR139-400

C01U
103

12V

SI1

SO1

IC11K(TLP621)

R14K
1K

5V

R01C
200K/2W

R02C
1K

R11K
10K

C11K
102

Q11K

KRC104M

RX

Multi_RX

DC 5V

D02K

2
1

50/60Hz

DC12V
3
Signal
2
GND
1

CN-REMO

L02K

L03K

TX Multi_TX

R16K
10K

C03K
102

5V

DAN212K

5V

Q01C

R06C
10K

R04C
4.7K

R05C
1K

C01C
103

R03C
10K

KRA104M

Q04K

C05K
C04K C06K
104 103

4.7K

R02K

L01K
D01K
DAN212K 100nH

12V

IC01C

C02K
102

Q03K
KRC104M

R12K,1K

DC 5V

DC 5V

12V

Q02K
KRC104M

KRA104M

Q01K

AC_N

AC_L

C01K
102

1K

R01K

5V

IC12K(TLP627)

_RX

_TX

R13K
1.5K

PLC_SEL

Multi_TX

GND

GND

Multi_RX

5V

SCK1

12V

CS0

5V

CS1

R15K
82K/3W

D11K
1SR139-400

CN-ROOM

5V

CN_ZONE

CN_M C

2
3

_RX

12V

5V

R07H
12.1K
1%
R08H
12.1K
1%

12V
5V
GND

_TX

OR1 C02H C01H


103
103

C02U
103

40

R01U
10K

OR6 OR5 OR4 OR3 OR2

5V
Multi_TX

39

(SCK2)/P45

38

GND

(SO1)/P44

37

Multi_RX

XOUT

(SI1)/P43

36

_TX

25

VSS

(SCK)/P42

35

CC TX

S_B2

P54

45

P17

(PWM/PDO)/P52

18

(INT4/TC4)/P51

P53
TEST

44

P20(INT5/STOP)

P21(XTIN)

3,7,8

IC01D
TNY255P

DC 12V

STEP M5
MED
D/PUMP

Q 4

20

P22(XTOUT)

42

46
21

41

19
GND

22

(SI2)/P46

(SO2)/P47

26

P30

NC

43

NC

XIN

RESET

27

P31

NC

(INT3/TC3)/P50
NC

23
XOUT

XIN

RESET

24

PHASE

C02L
681

REMO

FREQ

IC01M
KID65004AF

LOW

HIGH

LOUVER

STEP M2

R02E
20
EERROM
VCC

DU

ORG

5 VSS

STEP M3

5V

STEP M

DC 12V

50/60Hz
REMO

BZ01E

R01E
1K

R01L
10K
R02L 1K
REMO

STEP M

STEP M

DC 12V

R01J
D01D
1M,1/2W 1N4007

C02J
100nF
275V

NF

NF01J
22mH/3A

C01J
100nF
275V

R01B

1.0M

28

P33

P32

34

29

NC

33

SO1/PLC

30

P34

NC

SI1/MULTI TX

31

P35

SCK1/MULTI RX

NF01M

R01A 1K

OSC01B
8.00MHZ

LED1
LED2

32

CSO

Louver
Motor

4
SSR

RY-H

C02A
102

4
5

5V

CN-DISP

LED4

LED3

LOUVER
FLOAT

CSI

NF01M

ZNR01M

R02A 10K

C01A

KIA7036P
2

3.3uF
/50V

R03L 1K
R04L 1K

5
6
7

6
7

1K

R01F

5V

1K

C01F
103

R02F

C02F
103

2
3

IC01A
3.6V

DISPLAY

LED1
LED2

R05L 1K

LED3

R06L 1K

LED4

CN-MOTOR1

FAN
MOTOR

CN-MOTOR2

FAN
MOTOR

5V

GND

Vcc

Vout

PRE AMP
TFMS-2380B

Force
SW

CN-LOUVER

CN-FLOAT

90 Synchro Air Conditioner

Schematic Diagram

(2) Duct Type

Telecontrol

HVB

CN-12V

CN-CONT

CN-HVB

12V

12V

12V

DC12V

DC 5V

DC 5V

R06T,10K

5V

+ C09D
220
10V SD
C08D
103
50V

O
7805

IC04D
S78DL05L 1W
I

R05T,10K

C07D
104
50V

12V

AC PART FOR NORMAL

HVB OUT

DC 5V

C02L
4.7
50V

R01G,330,1/4W

R02G,330,1/4W

R03G,330,1/4W

R04G,330,1/4W

DC 12V

FORCE

RECEIVER

Option

CN-CC

CN-U/D1

CN-U/D2

CN-LEV

LED1

LED2

LED3

WH YL OR BL BR RD

PRE AMP
ASSY
TFMS2380B

Vcc

Vout

GND

RD

OR

YL

PK

BL

RD

OR

YL

PK

BL

LED4

(UP/DOWN)

STEPPING MOTOR

DISPLAY

(UP/DOWN)

STEPPING MOTOR

R02T,10K

L1
ZBF503D

R03T,10K

R04T,10K

DC LOW
VOLTAGE GND

ZD02D
BZX55C11

R02D
20K

C06D
330
25V SD

4WAY

FAN

COMP

D/PUMP

1
2

IC02M

12V

SEL

5V

D07D
UG2D
C04D
470/35V/SD

COMP
C03D
681

JP2

JP1

CN-ACDC

12V

SEL

C02D
104

SMPS

6
7

Vref+
Vdd

MMOD

DC HIGH
VOLTAGE GND

C01D
15uF
450V/SG

13

XI 11

Vss 10

OSC1

FAN
4WAY
INDOOR FAN
INT

D/PUMP

10

10

D/PUMP

Rx

Tx
FAN

4WAY

12,26,31,45,46
54~56

SD01D
STO2D-200

JP6

JP5

JP4

JP3

NU

23 P11/TM1IO

21

53

27

OSC2

NRST/P27

D7/P87

IRQ0/P20

22 P10/TMOIO

35 P53/A16

IC01D
TNY266P
S 2,3,7,8

BP 1

33 P51/NRE
34 P52/NCS

D 5
EN 4

14 P00/SBO0

IRQ2/P22

28

29

IRQ3/P23

IRQ1/P21

24

25

30

TM3IO/P13

P54 36

17

18

19

3
4

TM2IO/P12

32 P50/NWE

15 P01/SBI0

Rx
Tx

16 P02/SBT0

60 P80/D0

59 P81/D1

2
1

58 P82/D2

57 P83/D3

52 P77/A15

PA7/AN7

PA5/AN5
PA6/AN6

SBT1/P05
SBI1/P04
20 BUZZER/P06
SBO1/P03

R01E
1K

49 P74/A12

48 P73/A11

47 P72/A10

44 P67/A7

43 P66/A6

50 P75/A13
51 P76/A14

DC HIGH
VOLTAGE GND

C05D
472M

R02E,20

41 P64/A4
42 P65/A5

12V

5V

COMP

IC02D
TLP181(V4 BL)

9
IC03M

7
6

61 Vref-

40 P63/A3
1

64

PA2/AN2

39 P62/A2

PA3/AN3
PA4/AN4

63

PA1/AN1

38 P61/A1

62

PA0/AN0

MICOM

MN101C30A QFP64
37 P60/AO

3
4

CN-ACDC

R03D
39
1/8W 2012

IC01M

BZ01E
PKM13EPY-4002

12V

12V

INDOOR FAN
INT

HVB OUT

INDOOR FAN

R01T,10K

1M
R01B

R03A
100

DC LOW
VOLTAGE GND

IC03D
TLP181(V4 BL)

SCL

5V

1
2

5V

RY-D/PUMP

RY-COMP

RY-4WAY

RY-FAN

D08D
LL4148

R05D
300K
1/4W
3216

DC HIGH
VOLTAGE GND

D05D
1N4007

OSC01B

3.6V

EEPROM
IC 1

R05G
1K

R06D
300K
1/4W 3216

BD01D
DF08M

C01G
103

5V

R11G
1K

5V

IC01A

SDA

Force

R04D
27k
1/8W 2012

NTC SCK-102

1K/1W

D/PUMP

5V

C02G
103

MODE/WC

R01P
10K

OR4H

OR3H
F3

R02F
10K

R02A,4.7K

FAN
4WAY
COMP

12V

5V

INT

C01Z
103

50V

C01A
10/

R01A
1K

C01F
103

OR2H
F2

R01F,1K

OR1H
F1

12.1K, 1%
R23H

12.1K, 1%
R22H

12.1K, 1%
R21H

6
5

C03J
100nF
275V/436D

R01J
120, 1/2W

C12K
103

NF01J
15mH/1A

IC01J
TLP762JF

C01L
680pF/50V

R07D
12K

NF02J

R02J
100,1/2W

TR01J
SM1L43

ZNR01J
TVR10561

FUSE
250V/T2A

RY-4WAY
G5N-1A(G5NB-1A)

RY-FAN
G5N-1A(G5NB-1A)

OR6H

CN-TAB1

2
1

T-BLOCK

1
2
3

1
2

CN-MOTOR

CN-FLOAT

RY-COMP
G4A-1A-E-LG
4

CN-DOOR

CN_INSTALL

receiver

5V
R01L
5.1K

INT

L02K

L03K

DC PART

R08D
56K

103

C01H

CN-TH1

CN-TH2

CN-REMO

5V

R01H
R02H
6.2K
12.1K
1%
1%

RY-D/PUMP
G5N-1A(G5NB-1A)

C01J
METAL FILM
100nM/275V/436D

NF02J

ZNR02J
TVR10561

R03J
680
1/2W

R02L,1K

Q01C
KTC3198-Y
2SC5343

5V

R06F,1K

R08F,1K

C04F

103

103

5V

C02H

C03H

R07F R05F
1K
1K

1K R06H

1K R05H

R03H
6.2K
1%

5V

1K R04H

12V

DAN212K
D03K

C03F

D02K
DAN212K

C10K
102

R04J
560
1/4W 3216

10K
R10G

12.1K
R06G

L01K

5V

10K
R16G

12.1K
R12G

100nH

R03F,10K

C02J
METAL FILM
47nM/275V/435D

INDOOR FAN

12V

R04F,1K

12V

C11K
104

40K
R09G

40K
R15G

Q04K
KRA104M
C09K
102

Q02K
KRC104M

4.2K
R09K

4 5
2

3
F 0 1

B
C
E

9 8 7

SW-LOW

5V

4
4 5

F 0 1

3
E

9 8 7

SW-HIGH

B
C

Q03K
KRC104M

20K
R08G

20K
R14G

5V

C02F,103

C08K
102

R08K
1K

KRA104M

Q01K

OR5H

80K
R07G

80K
R13G

T2
T1

LEV

1(L)

2(N)

AC220~240V
50/60Hz

CN-POWER

FAN MOTOR

OUTDOOR

CN-D/PUMP

SH-CAPACITOR

COMPRESSOR

4-WAY

Drain
Motor

INDOOR
FAN
MOTOR

PIPE-TH

ROOM-TH

PIPE-OUT_TH

Schematic Diagram

(3) Convertible Type

Service Manual 91

Schematic Diagram

2. Outdoor Unit

(1) AUUH488C/AUUH728C/AUUH1008C

IC01A

VCC

20

14

15

16

17

18

1
245

19

13
12

11

17

18

20

VCC

245

10

BUS_ADDR

CS_LEV12
A0

A3

A2

A1

A5

IC02A

B2

B1

B0

QE

B4

B3

B5
B6
B7

103
C05A

103
C06A

12V

ULN2803

IC03A

C01A 103

17

C02A
330uF/25V

16

10
18

9
1

14

15

11

12

13

5
6

12V

17

ULN2803

IC04A

C04A
330uF/25V

16

10
18

11

12

13

14

15

9
1

C03A 103

B3

B2

B1

B0

QE

B4

3
4

5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

LEV1

CN_LEV1

CN_LEV2

LEV2

CN_LEV3

LEV3

CN_LEV4

LEV4

R01D
47K,1W,5%

1K * 3
R01J~R03J

A7

A5

A6

A3

A4

D01D
1N4007

BUS_ADDR

CS_LEV34

A0

A1

A2

CS_LEV12

R02D~R05D
47K,1/4W,5%

R06D
1K,1/4
5%

Q01A
KRA107M

IC01D
TLP421_BL

2012

R07D
10K

5V

R08D
1K

P61
P62
P63
P64
P65

60

P72
P73

P70
P71

P66
P67
VDD

61
62

59

R01A~R10A
68K

CN_CENTRAL

AR01A
4.7K,5%

2012

C01D
102K

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

63
64
1

P00
P01
P02

P74
P75
P76
P77
2
3
4
5

4
3

5V GND

C01R
0.01

TX

RX

R01R,R02R
10K
5%

C02R
0.001

R03R

1K

TMP87CM41F
(TOSHIBA)

35

A4

19
2
3
4
15

16

B6

B5

B7

10K * 3
(1/10W)

2012

R02U
4.7K

37

A6
A7
GND

A3

A2

A1

A0

CS_LEV34

5
14

6
13

1
2

ZONE SW1
ON

CN_PRESS

R01U
4.7K
2012

36

P37
P30
P35
P34
P33
P32
P31
P30
VSS
X
OUT
X
IN

16

34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
24

25
23
22
21
20
19

IC01K
(KID65004AP)

RESET
P22
P21
TEST
P20

104 C01K

13

12

11

15

14

16

10

104 C02K

11
12
13

15

14

DC 12V

RY-FAN2H

RY-FAN2L

RY-FAN1L

RY-SV2

RY-FAN1H

RY-SV1

RY-4WAY2
RY-4WAY1

RY-COMP1

RY-COMP2

RY-COMP3

RY-COMP4

C01S
0.001
25V

C02S
0.001
25V

C03S
0.001
25V

C04S
0.001
25V

C05S
0.001
25V

C06S
0.001
25V

C08S
0.001
25V

C07S
0.001
25V

R01L
1K 2012

C01L
103

R05S
10K

R06S
10K

R07S
10K

R08S
10K

4
IC01S(TLP421)

IC02S(TLP421)

2
R09S
1K
1

IC03S(TLP421)

IC04S(TLP421)

2
R10S
1K
1

IC05S(TLP421)
2
R11S
1K
1
IC06S(TLP421)
3
4
IC07S(TLP421)
2
R12S
1K
1

1
2
3

M/S SW2

IC08S(TLP421)

M
S

1
2

3.6V

R13S
1.5K

ZD01S
68V

R14S
1.5K

ZD02S
68V

R15S
1.5K

ZD03S
68V

ZD04S
68V

R16S
1.5K

IC01Q
KIA7036P

10K

R04P

5V

1K

85uH

NF01M

12V

R03P

LED01T

C04M
460uF/35V

CST-8.00MTW

OSC01B

R02Q,4.7K

R03Q
100

5V

56K

R02P

1K

R01P

TEST S/W1

4.7K
2012

R02L

1
2
3
PIPE SW

G
C03M
104

IC01M
KIA78L05BP
O
I
7805

C02M
103

C02P
103

C01P
103

50V

C02Q
10

R01Q
1K

R01B
1M

DC 5V

R01S,1K

R02S,1K

R03S,1K

R04S,1K

C01Q
102

LONG
SHORT

5V

PIPE LENGTH

C01M
220uF/50V

(YELLOW)

C03Q
104

C01N
150uF/
100V

R01N

50.5K/1W

5V

D04S
1N4007

D02S
1N4007

D01S
1N4007

1
2
3

D03S
1N4007

M/S SW1

R17S
R18S

S
3,7,8

D05S
1N4007

R26S

30K, 1W

R19S
R20S

M
S

ST02D-170
(UF4005)

DC310V

C02N
102,100V

R25S

R21S
R22S

M S

M/S SW3

ZD01N
36V,1W

ZD02N
36V,1W

C08M
104

D
D02M
5
EN
4
TNY
IC03M
BP 266P TNY266P
1 2

S/Trans

R23S
R24S

30K, 1W, 8EA

6,7

4,5

C07M
0.01UF/400V

IC02M(TLP521)

470uF/35V

D01M
SB360
C05M (UF5402)

C06M
681

GND IN OUT 5V
CN_TEST

5V

R01M

39

R02M
150
ZD01M
11V

1
2
3

A4

12
11

5V

WP

Vcc

5
4
3

38
1

CN-COM
1

2
3
4

1N4007

D02N
1N4007

NTC01M
300D-9

C09M
33uF/
450V

A ROOM
B ROOM
C ROOM
()

R05N
11K/3W

R03N
11K/3W

Single ROOM

R02N
11K/3W

D01N

R04N
11K/3W

D03M
1N4007

R06N

1M,1/2W

AC_N

C03N
100nF
275V

AC_L
CN_NETWORK

NF

RY_FAN1L

RY_FAN2H

RY_4WAY1

RY_COMP1

RY_SV1

RY_COMP2

C04N
100nF
275V

RY_COMP3

RY_SV2

RY_4WAY2

RY_FAN2L

RY_FAN1H

FUSE
250V/T3.15A

ZNR01N
INR14D561K
INR14D471K

RY_COMP4

NF01N
22mH/3A

C01E
102

R01F
1K

C02F
102

SCL

SDA

39

IC02K

R04E
1K

R07E
10K

R05E
1K

C02E
102

C03E
102

R02F
10K

C01U
103
2012

2
3

EEPROM
M24C01-BN6

5V

10

4
3

4
3

R08E
10K

R06E
1K

R09E
10K

C01F
1UF

A2

A0

A1

5V

A5

IC01E
TLP421

1
2

4
3

C02L
103

R03L
2012 1K

12V

PRESS
HIGH

R02H,1K

R04J

A7

DC 5V
D01E
1N4148

D02E
1N4148

IC02E
TLP421

1
2

IC03E
TLP421

R01H
12.1K
1%

B
R05J

A6

GND

R01E
100K/3W

R02E
100K/3W

R03E
100K/3W

D03E
1N4148

R04L
4.7K
2012

1
2
3
M/S SW4

OR1H
XXX

5V

P17

5V

R06G
18K
1%

DC 5V

R05G
18K
1%

18

35204-0394
MOLEX

R04G
18K
1%

P15
P16

CN_3PHASE

R03G
6.2K
1%

5V
1K

40

P13
P14

16
17

5V
C01C
103

44

P11
P12

14
15

R02G
6.2K
1%

R01C
4.7K
2012

2012
R02C

45

P51
P50
P47
P46
12
13

DC 5V

R01G
12.1K
1%

R09G,1K

R10G,1K

R11G,1K

R13G,1K

R12G,1K

1
2
3

41

46

P52
P10

PRESS
LOW
R14G,1K

JIG SW

43

P53
11

CN_HON

CN_TH1

CN_TH2

CN_TH3

C09G~C14G
104
25V

42

47

P05

P06
P07

P43
P42
P41
P40

5V

PIPE1

OUTAIR

PIPE2

DISC1

DISC2

DISC3

C01G~C06G
1UF
50V

CN-POWER

CN_FAN1

FAN1

CN_FAN2

FAN2

CN_4,S

4WAY1

SV1

4WAY2

SV2

COMP1

CN_COMP

COMP3

COMP2

COMP4

LIVE

NEUTRAL

92 Synchro Air Conditioner

48

P54
P04
7

P45
P44

5V

49

50

P03

P60
VAREF
VASS
8

9
10

A
R06J

5V
5V

Schematic Diagram

Wiring Diagram
1. Cassette Type Indoor Unit

2. Duct Type Indoor Unit - BH chassis

3. Duct Type Indoor Unit-BG chassis

4. Duct Type Indoor Unit - BR chassis

5. Convertible Type Indoor Unit-VE chassis

6. Convertible Type Indoor Unit-VB chassis

AC PCB ASSY

GN/YL

FUSE
CN-TH1

CN-TH2

CN-FLOAT

IN-PIPE.
THERMISTOR
ROOM
OUT-PIPE.
THERMISTOR THERMISTOR FLOAT S/W

CN-DISP

DISPLAY
PCB ASSY

CNMOTOR

RD
GN/YL

1(L) 2(N)

CN-HVB

HVB

CN-ACDC

CN-ACDC

A/CL UNIT

BL
BR

TO OUTDOOR UNIT

CN-UD1

DC PCB ASSY

S/W1

CENTRAL CONTROL

S/W2

STEP
MOTOR

CN-CC

CN-DOOR

WIRING DIAGRAM

CNDPUMP

OPTION

3854A20419D

Service Manual 93

Schematic Diagram

Outdoor Unit
1. AUUH488C

3. AUUH1008C

94 Synchro Air Conditioner

2. AUUH728C

Schematic Diagram

Components Locations
(1) Cassette Type -TE/TF/TD Chassis

(2) Duct Type - BH Chassis

58

58

Service Manual 95

Schematic Diagram

(3) Duct Type -BG/BR Chassis

(4) Convertible Type-VB Chassis

58
B

96 Synchro Air Conditioner

Schematic Diagram
(5) Convertible Type-VE Chassis
AC part

TOP VIEW

BOTTOM VIEW

TOP VIEW

BOTTOM VIEW

DC part

Service Manual 97

Schematic Diagram

2. Outdoor Unit

(1) AUUH488C/AUUH728C/AUUH1008C
1) Component side

R02N

C01N

R05D

FUSE 250V 3.15A/8A


CN_POWER

R02D

CN_COMP

CN_4,S

CN_FAN1

RY_FAN1L

CN_FAN2

RY_FAN2H

J13

R03D

IC01E

R04D
IC01D

J18

RY_4WAY2
RY_SV2
RY_COMP40(1)
RY_COMP2(40)
RY_FAN1H
RY_SV1
RY_COMP60(1)
RY_4WAY1
RY_COMP2(60)

RY_FAN2L

CN_TEST

J12

TEST_SW1

CNLEV4

CNLEV3

J14

LED01T

R03S

R06N

R02Q

R01P

J20
J15

R08A
R09A
R10A

C04A

R02S

J07

OSC01B

J21

J16

R03A

R01D
NF01M

C04M

IC01Q

RX

NF01N
NTC01M

C01M
J05

R01L

PWB : 6870A90246A

5V

CN-CENTRAL

R07A

2004.05.11

R04S

J06

ASM : 6871A20583

ZONE SW1

J17

CNLEV2

R05A

R01S
R04A

J11

R06A

C03N
D03M

C07M

J02
R02H

J01

OR2H

C02A

R01A

EEPROM

R08D

C01F

C01G

R05E
CN_HON

C01Q
Q01A
0V
TX

TEST_SW2

J22

C02G

R10G

J08
C04G

R01F
CN_TH1

CNLEV1

98 Synchro Air Conditioner

R02A
J19

JIG_SW

C06G

C03G

R11G

C05M

J04

J03

R13G
C05G

R09G

IC02M

R01M

S/TRANS

ZNR01N
IC03M
ZD01N
CN_COM

ZD01S

D02E R02E

J09
R14G

D01M
ZD01M
IC02E

C04N

R04N
IC07S

D01D
R17S

AC_N
R24S

IC01M
J10
R12G
CN_TH2

R04E

D02N
ZD02S

R01E

R01N

ZD03S

CN_TH3

R06E

D02S
R20S

D01S
D01E

D02M
IC02S

R03E
D03E
IC03E

CN_PRESS
R18S

R06D
IC01S

ZD02N
R19S
IC03S

D03S
R22S
IC04S

R25S

C02N
ZD04S

R21S
IC05S

D04S
R23S
IC06S

R05N
D05S
R26S
IC08S

AC_L

D01N

R03N

C09M

Schematic Diagram

2) Solder side

2WS-S/M

3W/S SM

S21R

S61R

S50D

N20C

S70CI

N50R

M/S-SW1

N10FN

S50CI

S12R
N10RNZ
N20D

M90C

M10CTN

N10DZ

S20DZ

S40CI

S30D

S22R

S41R
S30CI

S91R
S20D

S02R

N20DZ
M80C

MOC_NC

S10DZ
S31R

S10CI

ESUF

M30CI

S20CI

S90R

N60R

N10R

M30D

N_CA

S40D

N30C

N10C

S32R
S51R

S01R

N40R

N40C

S30DZ

S60CI

S11R

N30R

N10D

S52R

S42R

N20R

L_CA

S40DZ

S80CI

S62R

SSERP_NC
M20D

S81R

D60R

E10R
M10D

M10DZ

M20R

M60C
M10R

E30D

M10FN

E30CI

M50C

E20R

D10CI

ESAHP3_NC

E20CI

E20D

REWOP_NC

D40R

D50R

E10CI

D20R

D10D

E10D

D30R

M70C

M20CI

S10D

SNART/S

S71R

D10R

E30R
40J

30J

G41R

G50C

G60R

G31C

G50R

G21C

L30R
G31R

G40C

G11C

G11R

C01C

M10CI

C10R

01J

90J
)1(04PMOC_YR

M20C
K20C

)06(2PMOC_YR

M10C
K20CI

G10C

F20C

F20R

46

2YAW4_YR

Q10CI

54

Q30R

B10R

A20C

R20R

2VS_YR

70J

P10C

12J

61J

A10CI

A10R

H1NAF_YR

A20R
02J

51J

S10R

A40R
A50R

A60C

A60R

A50C

S10C
11J
S30C

1NAF_NC

S50R
T10DEL

A30R

A40C

Q10C
P10R

A30CI

2VELNC

A10Q

Q20C
81J

RX

91J

1VS_YR
Q10R

R30R

P20C

R10R

B10CSO

R20C

0V
TX

03

5V

53

LARTNEC-NC

71J

A10C

S,4_NC

52

04

1VELNC

E10C

1YAW4_YR

L10C

C30Q

05

1WS ENOZ

E70R

K10CI

R10C

E20C
E40R

)04(2PMOC_YR

Q20R

J40R J30R
J50R J20R
J60R J10R
D10C

50J

E30C
E50R
E80R

55

20J

H20R

10J

H2RO

NOH_NC

E90R

K10C

L10R

06

H30R

T
M 51
IM P
C
8
O
P701
M
4M
F1

F10C

1HT_NC

F10R

E60R

PMOC_NC

U10C

U10R

G90R

T10C

80J

U20R

T10FN

MORPEE

G20C

G01R

C20R

22J

G01C

G90C

G20R
G10R

L20R

L40R

D80R

G30C

2HT_NC

G30R

)1(06PMOC_YR
M30C

L20C
G21R

G40R

2WS_TSET

M/S SW4
WS_GIJ

G60C

3HT_NC

M40C

D70R
G41C

L1NAF_YR

S20C
P30R

S20R
S60R

A70R

P40R

A30C

A80R
A90R
A01R

S40C

S50C

S30R

1WS_TSET

H2NAF_YR

S70R

A20CI

A40CI

A10RA

P20R

31J
S80R

S60C

2NAF_NC

3VELNC

4VELNC

41J

S40R
S70C
60J

TSET_NC

21J

L2NAF_YR

S80C

Service Manual 99

Piping Diagrams

Piping Diagrams
1. AUUH488C
"Synchro" Duo - AUUH488C
INDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR UNIT
Reversing
Valve
Heat
Exchanger

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Low
pressure
s/w
option

Fan

Check
Valve

Gas Piping
B

Thermistor

High
pressure
s/w

Check
Valve

Thermistor
Accumulator

Liquid Piping
A

Fan

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Thermistor

INDOOR UNIT

Constant
Compressor 1

Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 2

L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 19.05mm)

Service Valve
Liquid( 9.52mm)
Fan
Gas Piping
B

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

Refrigerant Flow

18k, 24k

6.35

12.7

Cooling
Heating

30k

6.35

15.88

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

"Synchro" Trio - AUUH488C


OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
Reversing
Valve

Heat
Exchanger

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Fan
Thermistor

Liquid Piping
A

Check
Valve

Check
Valve

Thermistor
Branch kit
(Accessory)

INDOOR UNIT

High
pressure
s/w

Low
pressure
s/w
option

Gas Piping
B

Accumulator
Fan

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Constant
Compressor 1
Fan

Gas
Piping
B

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 2

L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 19.05mm)

Service Valve
Liquid( 9.52mm)

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Fan

Gas Piping
B

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

100 Synchro Air Conditioner

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

Refrigerant Flow

18k

6.35

12.7

Cooling
Heating

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

Piping Diagrams

"Synchro" Quartet - AUUH488C


INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT

Heat
Exchanger
Reversing
Valve

Fan
Thermist
or

Heat
Exchanger

Gas
Piping
B
Thermistor
Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT

High
pressure
s/w

Low
pressure
s/w
option

Heat
Exchanger

Check
Valve

Check
Valve

Thermistor

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas
Piping
B

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Accumulator
Fan

Thermistor

Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 1

Constant
Compressor 2

L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 19.05mm)

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas
Piping
B

Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas Piping
B

Service Valve
Liquid( 9.52mm)

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

12k

6.35

9.52

Refrigerant Flow
Cooling
Heating

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

Liquid Piping
A

Service Manual 101

Piping Diagrams

2. AUUH728C
"Synchro" Duo - AUUH728C
INDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR UNIT
Reversing
Valve
Heat
Exchanger

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Low
Pressure
S/W

Fan

Check
Valve

Gas Piping
B

Thermistor

High
Pressure
S/W

Check
Valve

Check
Valve

Thermistor
Accumulator

Liquid Piping
A

Fan

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Thermistor

INDOOR UNIT

Constant
Constant
Compressor 1 Compressor 2

Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 3
L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 25.4mm)

Service Valve
Liquid( 9.52mm)
Fan
Gas Piping
B

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

30k, 36k

6.35

15.88

Refrigerant Flow
Cooling
Heating

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

"Synchro" Trio - AUUH728C


OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
Reversing
Valve

Heat
Exchanger

Heat
Exchanger
Thermistor

Fan

Gas Piping
B

Low
Pressure
S/W

Liquid Piping
A

Thermistor

Thermistor

Check
Valve
Branch kit
(Accessory)

INDOOR UNIT

High
Pressure
S/W

Check
Valve

Check
Valve

Accumulator
Fan

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Constant
Constant
Compressor 1 Compressor 2
Fan

Gas
Piping
B

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 3
L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 25.4mm)

Service Valve
Liquid( 9.52mm)

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Fan

Gas Piping
B

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

102 Synchro Air Conditioner

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

18k

6.35

12.7

24 k, 30k, 36k

6.35

15.88

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

Refrigerant Flow
Cooling
Heating

Piping Diagrams

"Synchro" Quartet - AUUH728C


INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT

Heat
Exchanger
Reversing
Valve

Fan
Thermist
or

Heat
Exchanger

Gas
Piping
B
Thermistor
Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT

High
Pressure
S/W

Low
Pressure
S/W

Heat
Exchanger

Check
Valve

Check
Valve

Check
Valve

Thermistor

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas
Piping
B

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Accumulator
Fan

Thermistor

Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Constant
Compressor 1 Compressor 2

Constant
Compressor 3
L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 25.4mm)

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas
Piping
B

Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT

Service Valve
Liquid( 9.52mm)

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Heat
Exchanger

Fan
Thermist
or

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

18k

6.35

12.7

Refrigerant Flow
Cooling
Heating

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

Gas Piping
B

Liquid Piping
A

3. AUUH1008C
"Synchro" Duo - AUUH1008C
INDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR UNIT
Reversing
Valve
Heat
Exchanger

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Fan

Check
Valve

Gas Piping
B

Thermistor

High
Pressure
S/W

Low
Pressure
S/W

Check
Valve

Thermistor
Accumulator

Liquid Piping
A

Fan

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Thermistor

INDOOR UNIT

Constant
Compressor 1

Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 2

L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 25.4mm)

Service Valve
Liquid( 12.7mm)
Fan
Gas Piping
B
Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

Refrigerant Flow

36k

6.35

15.88

Cooling
Heating

48 k, 60k

9.52

19.05

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

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Piping Diagrams

"Synchro" Trio - AUUH1008C

OUTDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT
Reversing
Valve

Heat
Exchanger

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Fan

High
Pressure
S/W

Low
Pressure
S/W

Gas Piping
B

Thermistor

Check
Valve

Liquid Piping
A
Branch kit
(Accessory)

INDOOR UNIT

Check
Valve

Thermistor
Accumulator
Fan

Heat
Exchanger

Thermistor

Constant
Compressor 1
Fan

Gas
Piping
B

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 2

L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 25.4mm)

Service Valve
Liquid( 12.7mm)

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Fan

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

Refrigerant Flow

24 k, 30k, 36k

6.35

15.88

Cooling
Heating

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

Gas Piping
B

Thermistor
Liquid Piping
A

"Synchro" Quartet - AUUH1008C


INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT

Heat
Exchanger
Reversing
Valve

Fan
Thermist
or

Heat
Exchanger

Gas
Piping
B
Thermistor
Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT

High
Pressure
S/W

Low
Pressure
S/W

Heat
Exchanger

Check
Valve

Check
Valve

Thermistor

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas
Piping
B

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Accumulator
Fan

Thermistor

Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Constant
Compressor 1

Constant
Compressor 2

L.E.V.

Service Valve
Gas( 25.4mm)

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas
Piping
B

Liquid
Piping
A

INDOOR UNIT
Heat
Exchanger

Service Valve
Liquid( 12.7mm)

Branch kit
(Accessory)

Indoor Unit
(Btu/h)
24 k

Fan
Thermist
or

Gas Piping
B

Liquid Piping
A

104 Synchro Air Conditioner

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

6.35

15.88

Note :
1.The pipes between the indoor units and the branch kits must have
same dimensions as indoor unit connections.

Refrigerant Flow
Cooling
Heating

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting Guide
Cycle Troubleshooting Guide
Trouble analysis
1. Check temperature difference between intake and discharge air, and operating current.
Temp. difference
Current

: approx. 0C
: less than 80% of
rated current

All amount of refrigerant leaked out.


Check refrigeration cycle.

Temp. difference
Current

: approx. 8C
: less than 80% of
rated current

Refrigerant leakage
Clog of refrigeration cycle
Defective compressor

Temp. difference
Current

: less than 8C
: near the rated
current

Temp. difference

: over 8C

Temp. Difference

Operating Current
Excessive amount of refrigerant

Normal

Notice:
Temperature difference between intake and discharge air depends on room air humidity. When the room air
humidity is relatively higher, temperature difference is smaller. When the room air humidity is relatively lower
temperature difference is larger.
2. Check temperature and pressure of refrigeration cycle.
Suction pressure
(Compared with
the normal value)

Temperature
(Compared with
the normal value)

Cause of Trouble

Description

High

Defective compressor

Current is low.

Normal

Excessive amount of
refrigerant

High pressure does not quickly


rise at the beginning of operation.

Insufficient amount of
refrigerant(Leakage)
Clogging

Current is low.

Higher

Lower

Higher

Notice:
1. The suction pressure is usually 4.5~6.0 kg/cm G at normal condition.
2. The temperature can be measured by attaching the thermometer to the low pressure tubing and wrap it with
putty.
2

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Troubleshooting Guide

Electronic Parts Troubleshooting Guide


Trouble 1

The Product doesnt operate at all.

Turn off the main power and wait until LED on outdoor PCB is off

Turn on the main power again.

Does the Operating LED of indoor unit blink


When Operation's ON?

Refer to the self-diagnosis function.

Is the Connection between CN-POWER of indoor


unit and terminal block?

Check the connecting state of connector

Is the Connection of cable between indoor and


Outdoor unit right?

Check the diagram wiring on the control panel

Is the voltage of CN-POWER in outdoor


PCB ASS'Y about AC220/240V?

Check the main power.

Check the Fuse of outdoor PCB Ass'y.


Check the connecting state of wires

Check the Auto Addressing Work

Confirm Auto Addresssing work method

Replace the PCB Ass'y

* The product's operation starts at three minutes after main power turning on

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Troubleshooting Guide

Trouble 2

Product doesn't operate with the remote controller.


Turn on main power.

While the compressor has been stopped, the compressor does not operate
owing to the delaying function for 3 minutes after stopped.

When the compressor stopped Indoor Fan is driven by a low speed.


At this point the wind speed is not controlled by the remote controller.
(When operated in the Sleeping Mode, the wind speed is set to the low speed as force.)

Caused by the remote controller.

Caused by other parts except


the remote controller

When the mark (


) is displayed in LCD
screen, replace battery.

Check the contact of CN-DISP 1 connector

When the detect switch (double key) inside the


remote controller door is fault, it is impossible to
operate temperature regulating( / ) and wind
speed selecting.

Check DISP PWB Ass'y


-Voltage between CN1 - : DC +5V

Check the Display PWB Ass'y

Check receiver ass'y

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Troubleshooting Guide

Trouble 3

When cooling does not operate


Turn on Main Power

Operate "Cooling Mode( )" by setting the desired temperature of the


remote controller is less than one of the indoor temperature by 1C at least.

When in Air Circulation Mode, Compressor/Outdoor Fan is stopped.

Check the sensor for indoor temperature is attached as close as to be


effected by the temperature of Heat Exchanger(EVA).

When the sensor circuit for indoor temperature and connector are in bad
connection or are not engaged, Compressor/Outdoor Fan is stopped.
Check the indoor temperature sensor is disconnected or not(About 10k / at 25C).

Check Relay(RY - COMP) for driving compressor.


When the power(About AC220V/240V) is applied to the connecting wire
terminal support transferred to compressor, PWB Ass'y is normal.
Check the circuit related to the relay.
Check point
Between two pin of DC
part in relay for COMP

108 Synchro Air Conditioner

COMP ON

COMP OFF

Below DC 1V
(app)

About DC12V

Troubleshooting Guide

When Heating does not operate

Trouble 4

Turn ON Main Power

Operate Heating Mode( ) by setting the desired temperature of the


remote control is higher than one of the indoor temperature by 2C at
least.

In heating Mode, the indoor fan operates in case the pipe temperature
is higher than 28C.

Check the connector of intake and pipe sensor(thermistors)


Check the indoor room temperature is disconnected or not (about
10K/at 25C).
Check the indoor pipe temperature is disconnected or not (about
5K/at 25C).

Check the DC voltage on the PWB ASSY


The details of check are as followings
Comp Relay.
Check point

4-Way Relay
Comp ON

Between two pin


of DC part in relay Below DC 1V
for COMP.

Comp OFF
About DC
12V

Check point

4-Way ON

4-Way OFF

Between two pin


of DC part in relay Below DC 1V About DC 12V
for 4-way.

Check Outdoor Unit

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Troubleshooting Guide

Trouble 5

When indoor Fan does not operate


Turn off Main power

Check the connection of CN-FAN or CN-MOTOR

Check the Fan Motor

Check the Fuse(AC250V/T2A)

Check the related circuit of indoor Fan Motor.


The pin of Micom, and the part for driving SSR
Check the pattern
Check the SSR
- SSR Open: Indoor Fan Motor never operate
- SSR short: Indoor Fan Motor always operates in case of ON or OFF.

Turn ON Main Power

Check the SSR high speed operation by remote control.


(The Indoor Fan Motor is connected)
The voltage of PIN NO 1(blue) and 3(yellow) of CN-FAN or CN-MOTOR.

About AC 160V over

About AC 50V over

SSR is not damaged

SSR Check

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Troubleshooting Guide

Trouble 6

When Vertical Louver does not operate


Confirm that the Vertical Louver is normally geared with the shaft of
Stepping Motor.
If the regular torque is detected when rotating the Vertical Louver with
hands
Normal

Check the connecting condition of CN-U/D Connector


Check the soldering condition(on PWB) of CN-U/D Connector

Check the operating circuit of the Vertical Louver


Confirm that there is DC +12V between pin
GND.

(RED) of CN-U/D and

If there are no problems after above checks


Confirm the assembly conditions that are catching and interfering parts
in the rotation radial of the Vertical Louver

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Troubleshooting Guide

Self-diagnosis Function
Error Indicator
The function is to self-diagnoisis airconditioner and express the troubles identifically if there is any trouble.
Error mark is ON/OFF for the operation LED of evaporator body in the same manner as the following table.
If more than two troubles occur simultaneously, primarily the highest trouble fo error code is expressed.
After error occurrence, if error is released, error LED is also released simultaneously.
To operate again on the occurrence of error code, be sure to turn off the power and then turn on.
Having or not of error code is different from Model.

Indoor Error
Error code

Description

MPS
Variable

MPS
Inverter

LED 1
(Red)

LED 2
(Green)

Indoor
Status

00

No Error

ON

01

Indoor Room Thermistor Error

1 time

OFF

02

Indoor In-Piping Error

2 times

OFF

03

Remote controller Error

3 times

OFF

04

Drain Pump Error

4 times

OFF

05

Communication Error between In and Out

5 times

OFF

06

Indoor Out-Piping Error

6 times

OFF

Outdoor Error
Error Code

Description

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
32
33
40
41
44
45
46
47
51
53
54
60
61
62
63
65

DC Peak(IPM Fault)
CT2(Max CT)
DC Link Low Volt
High/Low Pressure/Heatsink Switch
Low Voltage / Over Voltage
DC COMP Position Error
PSC Fault Error
DC Link High Volt
D-Pipe High(INV)
D-Pipe High(Normal)
CT Sensor(open/short)
INV. D-Pipe Thermistor Error(Open/Short)
Outdoor Air Thermistor Error(Open/Short)
Cond Pipe Thermistor Error(Open/Short)
Suction Pipe Thermistor Error(Open/Short)
Const. D-Pipe Thermistor Error(Open/Short)
Capcity Error(High/Low)
Signal Error(Indoor_Outdoor)
Phase Error
EEPROM Check Sum Error
Cond Pipe High
Heatsink High
Cond Pipe Low
Heatsink Thermistor Error(Open/Short)

112 Synchro Air Conditioner

MPS
Variable

MPS
Inverter

LED 1
(Red)
2 times
2 times
2 times
2 times
2 times
2 times
2 times
2 times
3 times
3 times
4 times
4 times
4 times
4 times
4 times
4 times
5 times
5 times
5 times
6 times
6 times
6 times
6 times
6 times

LED 2
(Green)
1 time
2 times
3 times
4 times
5 times
6 times
7 times
8 times
2 times
3 times
1 times
4 times
5 times
6 times
7 times
1 times
3 times
4 times
1 times
2 times
3 times
5 times

Indoor
Status
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH01, CH02, CH06


Display
code

Title

01

Indoor air sensor

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 10K/ at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 2.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

02

Indoor inlet pipe sensor

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 5K/ at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 2.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

Indoor outlet pipe sensor

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 5K/ at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 2.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

06

Cause of error

Check point & Normal condition

10k

2.5Vdc

Check the resistance

Check the voltage

Check Point
1. Unplug the sensor on Indoor unit PCB.
2. Estimate the resistance of each sensor.
3. If the resistance of the sensor is 10K/ 5K at 25C, then sensor is normal.
4. If the resistance of the sensor is 0 K or , then sensor is abnormal. Change the sensor.
5. Plug the sensor on Indoor unit PCB and Power ON.
6. Estimate the voltage of each sensor.
7. If the voltage of the sensor is 2.5Vdc at 25C, then sensor is normal.
8. If the resistance of the sensor is 0 or 5Vdc, then sensor is abnormal. Repair or Change the PCB.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH03
Display
code

Title

03

Communication
Wired R/C

Cause of error

Check point & Normal condition


Connection of wire
Main PCB Volt. DC12V
Noise interference

Open / Short
Wrong connection

Wired R/C
12V

Indoor Unit

GND

12V

GND

12Vdc

12Vdc

Check the Volt.

Check the Volt.

Check Point
1. Check the wire connection. (Open / Short) Repair the connection
2. Check the soldering state of connector. (Soldered poorly) Repair or Change the PCB.
3. Check the volt. Of main PCB power source. (DC 12V, DC 5V) Repair or Change the main PCB.
4. Check the installation of wired remote controller. (Noise interference) Adjust the state of installation

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH04
Display
code

Title

04

Drain pump
/ Float switch

Cause of error

Float switch Open.


(Normal : short)

Check point & Normal condition


The connection of wire(Drain pump/ Float switch)
Drain pump power input. (220V)
Drain tube installation.
Indoor unit installation. (Inclination)

CN Float

Check the resistance

Check Point
1. Check the wire connection. (Open, Soldered poorly) Repair the connection or change the PCB.
2. Check the resistance of float switch (Abnormal : Open, Normal : short) Check the float switch.
3. Check the level of water
4. Check the volt. Of Drain pump power supply. (AC 230V) Repair or Change the main PCB.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH05, CH53


Display
code

05
/
53

Title

Communication
(Indoor Outdoor)

Cause of error

Communication poorly

Check point & Normal condition


Power input AC 220V. (Outdoor, Indoor)
The connector for transmission is disconnected.
The connecting wires are misconnected.
The GND1,2 is not connected at main GND.
The communication line is shorted at GND.
Transmission circuit of outdoor PCB is abnormal.
Transmission circuit of indoor PCB is abnormal.

Check Point
1. Check the input power AC230V. (Outdoor, Indoor unit)
2. Check the communication wires are correctly connected.
Adjust the connection of wire
Confirm the wire of Live, Neutral
3. Check the resistance between communication line and GND. (Normal : Over 2M)
4. Check the connector for communication is correctly
connected.
5. Check the connection of GND1, GND2, and main GND.
6. If one indoor unit is operated normally, outdoor PCB is no problem.
Check the another indoor unit.
* CH05 is displayed at indoor unit, CH53 is displayed at outdoor unit.

116 Synchro Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH21
Display
code

Title

21

Cause of error

Instant over current


Over Rated current
Poor insulation of IPM

DC Peak

Comp
U

Terminal
U-V
V-W
W-U

Comp

An instant over current in the U,V,W phase


- Comp lock
- The abnormal connection of U,V,W
Over load condition
- Overcharging of refrigerant
- Pipe length.
Poor insulation of compressor

Resistance() at 20C

Check point & Normal condition

Copper
pipe

Inverter Constant
comp.
comp.
0.64
0.64
0.64

0.8
0.8
0.8

Resistance() at 20C

Terminal
U-GND
V-GND
W-GND

Inverter Constant
comp.
comp.
2M
2M
2M

2M
2M
2M

Check Point
1. Check the wire connection. (U,V,W)
2. Check the load condition. (Refrigerant, Pipe length, ) Adjust the load condition
3. Check the electricity leakage of the compressor. Normal : Over 2M.
4. Check the resistance of compressor. Normal : 0.65(INV), 0.8(Cons.) No difference at each terminal.
5. Check the insulation from water at IPM part. Check the trace of water.
6. Check the IPM circuit.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH22
Display
code

Title

Cause of error

21

Max. C/T

22

C/T
Internal circuit

Check point & Normal condition

Over current (14A )

Malfunction of compressor
Blocking of pipe
Low voltage input
Refrigerant, pipe length, blocked,

Initial current error

Malfunction of current detection circuit.


(Open / Short)
The voltage of C01N Is 4.0Vdc(25A) .

Check Point
1. Check the power source.
2. Check the fan operation is right.
3. Check the current.
4. Check the install condition.
5. Check the internal circuit. (C/T, Diode, Resistor)

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH24, CH25


Display
code

Title

24

Press S/W Open

25

Input voltage

Cause of error

Check point & Normal condition

Low / High press


S/W open.

Check the connection of CN_Press.


Check the components.

Abnormal Input voltage


(140Vac , 300Vac .

Check the power source.


Check the components.

Check Point
CH 24

CH 25

1. Check the connection of CN_PRESS

1. Check the power source.

2. Check the install condition for over load.

2. Check the components


(Trans1, B/Diode, Diode, Resistance)

3. Check the SVC V/V open.


4. Check the leakage of refrigerant.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH26, CH27


Display
code

Title

26

DC Compressor
Position

27

PSC Fault

Cause of error

Check point & Normal condition

Compressor
position detect error

Check the connection of comp wire U,V,W


Malfunction of compressor
Check the component of IPM, detection parts.

Over current at IGBT

Check the component of IGBT .


Check the components.

E
C
B

B
E

Check Point
CH 26

CH 27

1. Check the connection of U,V,W

1. Check the component of IGBT

2. Check the insulation of IPM part.

2. Check the components


(IGBT, R04S, NF1, BD02S)

3. Check the compressor. (same with CH21)

120 Synchro Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH32, CH33


Display
code

Title

32

D-pipe (Inverter)
temp. high
(105C )

33

D-pipe (Constant)
temp. high
(105C )

P OFF

Cause of error

Discharge sensor
(Inverter) temp. high

Check the discharge pipe sensor for INV.


Check the install condition for over load.
Check the leakage of refrigerant.
Check the SVC V/V open.

Discharge sensor
(Cons.) temp. high

Check the discharge pipe sensor for Cons.


Check the install condition for over load.
Check the leakage of refrigerant.
Check the SVC V/V open.

115C

N/Hz down

100C

N/Hz down

95C

COMP OFF
LEV OPEN
LEV OPEN
NORMAL

RMAL
AUUW6060

Check point & Normal condition

AUUH488C/AUUH728C/AUUH1008C

Check Point
CH 32

CH 33

1. Check the install condition for over load.

1. Check the install condition for over load.

2. Check the SVC V/V open.

2. Check the SVC V/V open.

3. Check the leakage of refrigerant.

3. Check the leakage of refrigerant.


4. Check the constant compressor. (same with CH21)

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH41, CH44, CH45, CH46, CH47, CH65


Display
code

Title

41

D-pipe sensor (Inverter)

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 200K / at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 4.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

44

Air sensor

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 10K / at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 2.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

45

Condenser Pipe sensor

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 5K / at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 2.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

46

Suction Pipe sensor

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 5K / at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 2.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

47

D-pipe sensor (Constant)

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 200K / at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 4.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

65

Heat sink sensor

Open / Short
Soldered poorly
Internal circuit error

Normal resistor : 10K / at 25C (Unplugged)


Normal voltage : 2.5Vdc / at 25C (plugged)

Cause of error

Check point & Normal condition

Check Point
1. Estimate the resistance of each sensor.(Unplugged)
2. Estimate the voltage of each sensor.(Plugged)
3. If the resistance of the sensor is 0 k or , then sensor is abnormal.

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If the voltage of the sensor is 0 V or 5Vdc, then sensor is abnormal.

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH51, CH60


Display
code

Title

51

Capacity Error

EEPROM
Check sum

60

Cause of error

Check point & Normal condition

Over Capacity
Combination
Undder Capacity
Combination

Check the indoor unit capacity.


Check the combination table.

Check the PCB ASM P/No.


Check the poor soldering.

Check sum error

Model

Min. Capacity

Gross Capacity

Max.Capacity

AUUH488C

25k

48k

58k

AUUH728C

37k

72k

85k

AUUH1008C

50k

100k

120k

Check Point
CH 51

CH 60

1. Check the indoor unit capacity.

1. Check the insertion condition of EEPROM.


2. Check the poor soldering

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH54
Display
code

Title

54

Phase error

Cause of error

Check point & Normal condition

Check the Main power


Check the CN_PHASE connector

Phase change

Phase_A

5.3 msec

Phase_B
Phase_C
1
0
1

1
0
0

1
1
0

0
1
0

0
1
1

0
0
1

Check Point
1. Check the Main power.
2. Check the connecting state of connector CN_3PHASE on the outdoor pcb ass'y.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting CH61, CH62


Display
code

Title

Cause of error

61

Condenser
pipe sensor
temp. high

Condenser pipe sensor


detected high
temp.(65C)

Check the load condition.


Check the sensor of Condenser pipe sensor.

62

Heat sink sensor


temp. high

Heat sink sensor


detected high
temp.(85C)

Check the fan is locked.


Check the sensor of heat sink.

Check point & Normal condition

Heat Sink temp.


Toff C
T2 C
T1 C

COMP Frequency
Normal
(Hz)

Normal

OFF

Normal

Check Point
CH 61

CH 62

1. Check the install condition for over load.


(Refrigerant, Pipe length, Blocked, )

1. Check the fan is locked.


2. Check the Outdoor temp. is very high.

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(3-way) Valve

(3-way) Valve
3-way Valve (Liguid Side)

3-way Valve (Gas Side)

Valve cap

Valve cap

Open position
Closed position

Open position
Closed position

Pin

Pin
To piping
connection

Service Service
port cap port

To outdoor unit

1.

To piping
connection

Service Service
port cap port

To outdoor unit

Works

Shaft position

Service port

Shaft position

Service port

Shipping

Closed
(with valve cap)

Closed
(with cap)

Closed
(with valve cap)

Closed
(with cap)

Closed
(clockwise)

Open
(push-pin or with
vacuum pump)
Closed
(with cap)

Air purging
(Installation)

Open
Open
(counter-clockwise) (push-pin or with
vacuum pump)

Operation

Open
(with valve cap)

Closed
(with cap)

Open
(with valve cap)

Pumping down
(Transfering)

Closed
(clockwise)

Closed
(with cap)

Open
(counter-clockwise)

Open
(connected
manifold gauge)

Evacuation
(Servicing)

Open

Open
(connected
manifold gauge)

Open

3.

Open
(connected
manifold gauge)

Gas charging
(Servicing)

Open

Closed
(with cap)

Open

4.

Pressure check
(Servicing)

Open

Open
(connected
manifold gauge)

Open

5.

Open
(connected
manifold gauge)

Gas releasing
(Servicing)

Open

Open
(connected
manifold gauge)

Open

6.

Open
(connected
manifold gauge)

2.

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Open
(with charging
cylinder)

(3-way) Valve

(1) Pumping down

Liquid side

Indoor unit

3-Way
valve

Open

Outdoor unit

Gas side

Closed
3-Way
valve

Lo
CLOSE

CLOSE

Purge the air

Procedure
For pumping down,firstly short the Low Pressure
s/w at the outside and then operate below procedure.(except AUUH488B)
1. Confirm that both the gas side and liquid side
valves are set to the open position.
- Remove the valve stem caps and confirm that
the valve stems are in the raised position.
- Be sure to use a hexagonal wrench to operate
the valve stems.
2. Operate the unit for 10 to 15 minutes.
3. Stop operation and wait for 3 minutes, then connect the manifold gauge to the service port of
the gas side valve.
- Connect the hose of the gauge with the push
pin to the service port.

6. Operate the air conditioner at the cooling cycle


and stop it when the gauge indicates 1kg/cm g.
2

7. Immediately set the gas side valve to the closed


position.
- Do this quickly so that the gauge ends up indig.
cating 1kg/
8. Disconnect the charge set, and mount the liquid
side and gas side valve caps and the service
port nut.
- Use torque wrench to tighten the service port
nut to a torque of 1.8kg.m.(4.2kg.m/5.5kg.m)
- Be sure to check for gas leakage.

4. Air purging of the charge hose.


- Open the Low-handle valve on the gauge
slightly to air purge from the hose.
5. Set the liquid side valve to the closed position.
Be sure to short pressure S/W. otherwise Low pressure S/W detect low pressure skete and stops the compressor.

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(3-way) Valve

(2) Evacuation
(All amount of refrigerant leaked)

Liquid side

Indoor unit

Outdoor unit
2-Way
valve

Open

Gas side

3-Way
valve

Open

Vacuum pump
Lo
OPEN

CLOSE

Procedure
1. Confirm that both the liguid side valve and gas
side valve are set to the opened position.
2. Connect the vaccum pump to the center hose of
the manifold gauge.
3. Connect the service port of the gas side valve to
the low side of the gauge.
4. Evacuation for approximately one hour.
- Confirm that the gauge needle has moved
toward-76 cmHg (vacuum of 4 mmHg or less).
5. Close the Low handle of the gauge turn off the
vacuum pump, and confirm that the gauge needle does not move(approximately 5 minutes
after turning off the vacuum pump).

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6. Disconnect the charge hose from the vacuum


pump.
- Vacuum pump oil.
If the vacuum pump oil becomes dirty or depleted,replenish as needed.
7. Mount the valve caps and the service port caps.

(3-way) Valve

(3) Gas Charging


(After Evacuation)

Liquid side

Indoor unit

2-Way
valve

Open

Outdoor unit

Gas side

Open
3-Way
valve

Check valve

Charging
cylinder
Lo
(1)

OPEN

CLOSE

Procedure
1. Connect the gauge to the charging cylinder.
- Connect the charge hose which you disconnected from the vacuum pump to the valve at the
bottom of the cylinder.
- If you are using a gas cylinder, also use a scale
and reverse the cylinder so that the system can
be charged with liquid.
2. Purge the air from the charge hose.
- Open the valve at the bottom of the cylinder and
press the check valve on the charge set to purge
the air. (Be careful of the liquid refrigerant). The
procedure is the same if using a gas cylinder.
3. Open the low handle on the gauge and charge
the system with liquid refrigerant.
- If the system can not be charged with the specified amount of refrigerant, it can be charged
with a little at a time (approximately 150g each
time) while operating the air conditioner in the
cooling cycle; however, one time is not sufficient, wait approximately 1 minute and then
repeat the procedure(pumping down-pin).

4. Immediately disconnect the charge hose from


the gas side valve's service port.
This is different from previous procedures.
Because you are charging with liquid refrigerant
from the gas side, absolutely do not attempt to
charge with larger amounts of liquid refrigerant
while operating the air conditioner.
- Stopping partway will allow the gas to be discharged.
- If the system has been charged with liquid
refrigerant while operating the air conditioner
turn off the air conditioner before disconnecting
the hose.
5. Mount the valve stem nuts and the service port
nut.
- Use torque wrench to tighten the service port
nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m.(4.2kg.m/5.5kg.m.)
- Be sure to check for gas leakage.

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Function

Function-Ceiling Cassette Type


The function of main control
Auto Swing Control
This function is to swing the louver up and down automatically.

Soft-Dry Operation
The indoor fan speed is automatically set to the low, so the shift of the indoor fan speed is impossible because of
already being set to the best speed for Dry Operation by microcontroller control.

Cooling Mode Operation


When selecting the Cooling( ) Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is as following
Intake Air Temperature
Thermo. On
(SET TEMPERATURE +0.5C)
Thermo. Off
(SET TEMPERATURE -0.5C)

INDOOR FAN

Selected
Speed

More than

More than

3 minutes

3 minutes

Low

Selected
Speed

Swirl Swing Control

Low

Selected
Speed

Vane 2

Vane 2, 4 is almost vane closed while vane1, 3 is opened.


Vane 1, 3 and vane 2,4 turn over minutely
Vane 1

Vane 3

Vane 4

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Function

Heating Mode Operation


The unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is shown as following.
Indoor unit
35C
Heat-Exchanger
temperature

32C
A

29C
21C
17C

Intake Air Temperature


3min
Setting Temperature
+3C
(Thermo OFF)

B Low fan during 10sec

Setting Temperature
(Thermo ON)
Minimum
3min

1min
COMP

OFF
OFF

ON
ON

Outdoor fan

Setting
Lo
fan
Off Low Low
spped

Indoor fan
4way valve

1min

Setting
fan
spped

Low

Low

Off

ON
ON
Off

Low

Setting
fan
spped

ON

Hot-start Control
The indoor fan does no rotate until the evaporator piping temperature will be reached to 21C.
The operation diagram is as following.

Pipe
temperature
32 C
29 C
23 C
21 C
17 C

Indoor fan
speed
COMP

LO
LOW

OFF

LOW

SELECTED
FAN

LOW

LOLOW

ON

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Function

Function-Ceiling Duct Type


The function of main control
Soft-Dry Operation
The indoor fan speed is automatically set to the low, so the shift of the indoor fan speed is impossible because of
already being set to the best speed for Dry Operation by microcontroller control.

Cooling Mode Operation


When selecting the Cooling( ) Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is as following.
Intake Air Temperature
SET TEMPERATURE +0.5C
(Thermo. ON)
SET TEMPERATURE -0.5C
(Thermo. OFF)

INDOOR FAN
COMPRESSOR

More than

More than

3 minutes

3 minutes

Selecting
fan speed

Low

Selecting
fan speed

Low

Selecting
fan speed

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

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Function

Heating Mode Operation


The unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is shown as following.

Indoor unit
40C
Heat-Exchanger
temperature

33C
A

30C
27C
20C

Intake Air Temperature


3min
Setting Temperature
+3C
(Thermo OFF)

B Low fan during 10sec

Setting Temperature
(Thermo ON)
Minimum
3min

1min
COMP
Outdoor fan
Indoor fan
4way valve

OFF
OFF

ON
ON
Setting
Lo
fan
Off Low Low
spped

1min

Low

Setting
fan
spped

Low

Off

ON
ON
Off

Low

Setting
fan
spped

ON

Compressor-off interval : - A While the indoor Heat-Exchanger temperature is higher than 40C, fan operates
at low speed, when it becomes lower than 40C fan stops.
- B For eluminating latent heat-loss, fan operates at low speed for 10 seconds periodically.

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Function

Hot-Start Control
The indoor fan does not rotate until the indoor unit Hex-Exchanger temperature reaches 27C.
The operation diagram is as following.

Indoor unit
Heat-Exchanger
temperature

33C
27C

20C
1min

Compressor
Outdoor fan
Indoor fan

1min

ON
ON
Off

4way Valve

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Low

Setting fan
spped

ON

Off

Low

Setting fan
spped

Function

Function-Ceiling & Floor


The function of main control
Soft-Dry Operation
The indoor fan speed is automatically set to the low, so the shift of the indoor fan speed is impossible because of
already being set to the best speed for Dry Operation by microcontroller control.

Cooling Mode Operation


When selecting the Cooling( ) Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is as following.

Intake Air Temperature


SET TEMPERATURE +0.5C
(Thermo. ON)
SET TEMPERATURE -0.5C
(Thermo. OFF)

INDOOR FAN
COMPRESSOR

More than

More than

3 minutes

3 minutes

Selecting
fan speed

Low

Selecting
fan speed

Low

Selecting
fan speed

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

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Function

Heating Mode Operation


The unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is shown as following.
Indoor unit
35C
Heat-Exchanger
temperature

32C
A

29C
21C
17C

Intake Air Temperature


3min
Setting Temperature
+3C
(Thermo OFF)

B Low fan during 10sec

Setting Temperature
(Thermo ON)
Minimum
3min

1min
COMP

Indoor fan

OFF
OFF

ON
ON

Outdoor fan

Setting
Lo
fan
Off Low Low
spped

4way valve

1min

Low

Setting
fan
spped

Low

Off

ON
ON
Off

Low

Setting
fan
spped

ON

Compressor-off interval : - A While the indoor Heat-Exchanger temperature is higher than 35C, fan operates
at low speed, when it becomes lower than 35C fan stops.
- B For eluminating latent heat-loss, fan operates at low speed for 10 seconds
periodically.

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Function

Hot-Start Control
The indoor fan does not rotate until the indoor unit Hex-Exchanger temperature reaches 21C.
The operation diagram is as following.

Indoor unit
Heat-Exchanger
temperature

32C
21C

17C
1min

Compressor
Outdoor fan
Indoor fan
4way Valve

ON
ON
Off

Low

Setting fan
spped

Low

Setting fan
spped

ON

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Outdoor Units

Outdoor Units (AUUH-)


1. Basic control
1.1 Normal operation
Cooling mode

Heating mode

Stop state

Compressor

Step Control

Step Control

Stop

Fan

Phase control

Phase control

After 30sec, Off

EEV

Target Suction super heat and Target Suction super heat and
Discharge Temp. Control
Discharge Temp. Control

4 way valve

Off

On

After 60sec, Full Opne


After 30sec, Off(Heating)

1.2 Compressor control


(1) Step Control : COMP Operation Step will be determined on the load according to the difference
between indoor Temp.and outdoor Temp.
- The general load
Operating in Standard Step
- Below the specified load Operating in lower one step than standard step.
- The Hysterisis
Operating in a previous step .
Capacity(Btu/h)

48k

72k

100k

COMP
B COMP
A COMP
a

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b+b

MODE

STEP1
B COMP

STEP2
A COMP

STEP3
B+A COMP

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Outdoor Units
(2) Operation field for Temp.

Cooling
Outdoor Temp.
28C
27C

Standard
Step

25C
24C

Hysterisis

1 Step Down
21C 22C 23C 24C Indoor Temp.

Heating
Outdoor Temp.
27C
26C

1 Step Down

22C
21C
Hysterisis

15C

Standard
Step
15C

27C

30C

Indoor Temp.

The standard field


Operating COMP standard step.
Hysterisis field?
When [1_comp_operating_field] move [the standard field] owing to the change of temperature, or the
opposite situation.
The comp will be operated in the previous step.
1STEP DOWN field?
Operating step is lower one step than standard step.

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Outdoor Units

1.3 EEV Control


1) The base(the first stage) open_degrees establishment
The base open_degree is established [the standard open_degree classified by indoor_Type and capacity ]
that corrected to the indoor/outdoor Temp.

2) Starting Control (LEV target open_degree arrival process after starting Comp)
(1) LEV is arrived the previous decided open_degree within 30 seconds after starting COMP.
(2) The open-degree is increased to target_degree in proportion to Comp operation time.
The starting controls time is within 120 seconds after COMP operation

3) Normal Control
: The condensor's degree of superheat control + Compressor Discharge-Temp. Control
(1) Cooling mode
In cooling mode, normal control regulates EEV pulse that continues to fixed value for Superheat Temp. of
the operating indoor unit.
Control subject : The pipe Temp. of outdoor_unit
T_Target

: The pipe Temp. of indoor_unit + The degree of superheat

(2) Heating mode


In heating mode. It is used the degree of superheat control that be regular the difference with Compressor
Suction pipe-Temp. (ACCUM) and pipe Temp. of outdoor_unit
The degree of superheat = Compressor Suction pipe_Temp. (ACCUM) The pipe Temp. of
outdoor_unit
Control subject : The suction_pipe of indoor_unit
T_Target

: The pipe Temp. of outdoor_unit + The degree of superheat

(3) EEV control


a. Superheating control (Cooling Mode)
- Superheating
: T superheating = Tout Tin = 2C
- LEV pulse up
: T superheating > 2C
- LEV pulse down : T superheating < 2C
b. Target Temperature Control (Cooling mode)
- In case, outdoor temperature > 39C
- Target superheating : T target = Tin = 18C
- LEV pulse up
: T target < 18C
- LEV pulse down
: T target > 18C
c. Target Temperature Control (Heating mode)
- LEV pulse up
: T target > Tout
- LEV pulse down : T target < Tout
d. LEV pulse change Value
8 pulse (P1-P0 > 4C)
4 pulse (4C P1-P0 > 3C)
2 pulse (3C P1-P0 > 1C)

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(4) Compressor Discharge-Temp. Control
After 1 min. of normal control, if it is satisfied with fomula below, it starts to control of Comp. Discharge
Temp.
Cooling mode : The present degree of superheat 3 (Option)
Heating mode : The target degree of superheat < 0 , The present degree of superheat 0 (Option)
The present degree of superheat 0, The present degree of superheat 5 (Option)
The target degree of superheat is decided for indoor_unit and operation mode.
The target Temp. of discharge pipe is decided for indoor_unit, outdoor_unit and Comp operation Step, the
difference indoor and outdoor.

1.4 Fan control


1) STANDARD STEP : Stop, Operation (2 Step)
2) Phase control : The low Temp.of outdoor (=Cooling), The high Temp. of outdoor
(=heating)
Control fan On/Off, or Decrease the volume of fan's wind.
(1) COOLING
Air
circulation

FULL SPEED

OFF

Phase control

FULL SPEED

SPEED SLOPE
(OPTION)

40
%
OFF
SET POINT
: Outdoor Temp.
or Outdoor pipe Temp.
(OPTION)

Outdoor Fan Outdoor Fan


ON Temp.
OFF Temp.
(OPTION)
(OPTION)

(2) HEATING

Air
circulation

OFF

FULL SPEED

FULL SPEED

OFF
Outdoor Fan
OFF Temp.
or Outdoor pipe
Temp. (OPTION)

Outdoor Fan
OFF Temp.
or Outdoor pipe
Temp. (OPTION)

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Outdoor Units

1.5 Reversing Valve Control


1. The first situation of reversing valve maintains off(cooling) (Before that The power turns on the set of
outdoor_unit and indoor_unit )
2. While the Cooling and Defrosting Process the Reversing valve control is OFF and during the Heating
Process the Reversing valve control is ON
3. When the defrosting is started, unit follows the defrost algorithm.
4. In case the mode is changed from heating to cooling ,the outdoor unit resets (OFF 3 minutes ON),
The Reversing valve is changed after that the comp of outdoor_unit will be Off for 30 seconds.
5. If the indoor units switched OFF by the REMOCON in the heating mode, The Reversing valve will be
stopped after that the comp of outdoor unit will be OFF for 30 seconds.
6. In case of the comp is stopped according to the Thermo off signal in the heating mode, the outdoor
units maintain the heating mode.

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2. Special control
2.1 Defrost control
: In case the temperature of the outdoor unit heat exchanger falls continuously this function will prevent
heat exchanger from freezing.

2.1.1 Defrost PROCESS Starting conditions


1) Only Operates in the heating mode.
2) The defrost timer (The first time : outdoor unit is turned on ,the minimum for defrost operation to start is
over 45~120 minutes.
3) The compressor operates continuously for over ten minutes
4) Outdoor pope maintains a temperature of below -5C for 4 minutes . (If the time of accumulated
defrost operation is over 90 minutes, maintain below -3C)
5) When the above 1)~4) conditions be satisfied, Defrost operation will be start.

2.1.2 Defrost cycle time


1) Defrost process starting conditions is decided after 45(30)~120min. according to the outdoor Temp.
2) Defrost process stop conditions is decided after 4min.
3) Defrost process stops at maximum 9 min.

2.1.3 Defrost PROCESS


1) The previous situation of outdoor unit maintains for 20 second just before changing defrost control.
2) The LEV phase of indoor unit open to the 500 phase(=full open)
4) Changing the cooling mode of 4WAY VALVE Direct the fan of indoor unit to stop. (4WAY VALVE is
operated to convert the process to cooling irrespective of the cycles start/stop.
5) Stand by for 5 second.
6) The FAN of outdoor unit is OFF
7) Defrost PROCESS starts.
8) If the pipe Temp.of outdoor unit is above 12C in Defrost mode, operate the fan of outdoor_unit.
If it is under 8C in Defrost mode, stop the fan of outdoor_unit. if it is between 9C and 11C, the outdoor_unit maintains the previous situation.
9) Defrost PROCESS stop conditions
Pipe temperature of the outdoor_unit is above 12C for 150 minutes or defrosting operation starts
after 6~9 minutes.
10) When these conditions be satisfied,Defrost operation will be maintained for 20 seconds
11) LEV initialization, the FAN of outdoor unit is ON, 4WAY_VALVE switched to heating mode, the FAN
of indoor_unit stops the OFF situation.
12) Defrost PROCESS complete.
*. 8), 9) conditions is only applied to continuous operating CYCLE.

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Outdoor Units

2.2 Oil control


: COMP OIL Equalizing Control (48k, 72k)
: To equalize the oil level in each Compressors.
1) COMP OIL Equalizing Logic
1. When the running time of solo operation of the specific COMP is over 1 hour.
The other compressor will be operated at least for 30 seconds
2. The running time of single operation of the specific COMP includes the time of the COMP ON/OFF
2) The COMP OIL Equalizing Logic is not working in the Defrost mode.
3) When the COMP OIL Equalizing Control of the outdoor unit is started.
1. The outdoor-unit transmits a message of [COMP OIL Equalizing Control] to the indoor_unit in 2 minutes.
2. After the maximum 5 seconds the indoor unit ignores the message for 2 minutes as per the LOW
Temp.sensing function.
2min

OIL Equalizing Control mode

60min

30sec

The LOW Temp.sensing function :


If the piping Temp. of outdoor_unit is under the 2C,
This function will wait for 2 minutes before starting the COMP OIL Equalizing Logic.

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3. Protection control
3.1 Discharge Temperature control
Discharge pipe Temperature
COMP OFF
115C
LEV OPEN (50PULSE/MIN )
100C
LEV OPEN (30PULSE/MIN )
95C
COMP ON

3.1.1 The outline of Discharge Temperature control


This function prevents the damage of COMP according to EEV Comp On/Off control.
- The EEV Comp On/Off control is predicted the Temp. of COMP according to the Temperature of the
Discharge pipe.

3.1.2 The particular contents of Discharge Temperature control


1) The Discharge Temp.of the outdoor_unit_COMP(COMP TOTAL DISCHARGE SENSOR) 95C
: LEV OPEN (30PULSE/MIN )
2) The Discharge Temp.of the outdoor_unit_COMP(COMP TOTAL DISCHARGE SENSOR) 100C
: LEV OPEN (50PULSE/MIN )
3) The Discharge Temp.of the outdoor_unit_COMP(COMP TOTAL DISCHARGE SENSOR) < 95C
:LEV control according to regular control logic
4) The Discharge Temp.of the outdoor_unit_COMP(COMP TOTAL DISCHARGE SENSOR) 115C
: Stop the COMP at once and remains stopped for 3 minutes.
: sign the Error code (Error Mode 33).
5) System will stop if this situation occurs 10 times in 1 hour and error code will be generated.
Control Temp. and LEV Pulse can be different for each model.

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Outdoor Units

3.2 Outdoor pipe Temperature control


- Outdoor pipe Temperature(condensation Temp.) is over 58 (or 60)C according to overlord in Cooling
mode, the COMP will be switched is OFF.
- Error code (CH61) will be generated if this situation occurs 5times (or 10times) in 40 minutes (or 1 hour).
- The Error code will be cleared if this situation occurs lower than 4times(or 9times) in 40 minutes (or 1
hour).

3.3 Abnormal temperature sensing function


3.3.1 The outline of Abnormal temperature sensing function
Sense the error in advance according to temperature sensors Open /Short.
Prevent the abnormal operation according to abnormal sensing Temp.

3.3.2 The particular contents of Abnormal temperature sensing function


1) System will stop and display the error code if this situation occurs irrespective of system
ON/OFF.
Sensor type

Open Data

Short Data

Error Mode

Outdoor Temp.

-48C

93C

44

The Cond. pipe of Outdoor

-48C

93C

45

The suction .pipe of Outdoor

-48C

93C

48

The Discharge of Outdoor

-13C

150C

47

3.4 High/Low Pressure Switch Function


1) If the outdoor_unit has the continuous incoming signal of power Cycle according to the operation of
High/Low Pressure Switch, System will stop at once and restart after 3minutes (Not working in
Defrosting mode)
2) System will stop if this situation operates 10 times in 1 hour and error, Error code(Error Mode 24) will
be displayed. (If the power reset, this function will also reset.)

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Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


1. Indoor Unit
Ceiling Cassette Type
TE chassis
249941

266090

249951

263230-3

263230-2

263230-1

268714

159830

354211

352118

35211A

158591
266012

330870

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Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

130411

W0CZZ

346810

359012

130911-1

267110-2

130911-2
267110-1

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Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


Parts List(Cassette Type - TE Chasis)
LOCATION
No.

PART No.
ATNH126ELFC

ATNH186ELFC

SVC
CODE

130411 BASE ASSY,WELD(INDOOR)

3041A10013A

3041A10013A

130911-1 CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

3091A10023C

3091A10023C

130911-2 CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

3091A10023D

3091A10023D

158591 PUMP ASSEMBLY,WATER

5859A20001R

5859A20001R

159830 AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY

5983A10002A

5983A10002A

249941 CONTROL BOX, INDOOR

4994A10014A

4994A10014A

249951 CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4995A14001P

4995A14001Z

263230-1 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226F

6323AQ3226F

263230-2 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226T

6323AQ3226T

263230-3 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323A10002A

6323A10002A

266012 SWITCH ASSY,FLOAT

6601A20001M

6601A20001M

266090 H.V ASSY

6609A20005C

6609A20005C

267110-1 REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

6711A20096H

6711A20096H

267110-2 REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

6711A20076J

6711A20076J

268714 PWB(PCB)ASSEMBLY MAIN

6871A10370C

6871A10370D

330870 DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY

3087A10002A

3087A10002A

346810 MOTOR ASSY,SINGLE

4681AC2026E

4681AC2026C

35211A TUBE ASSEMBLY,SUCTION

5211A20243M

5211A20243N

352118 TUBE ASSEMBLY,MENIFOLD

5211A20241S

5211A20241R

354211 EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,BENDING

5421A10006A

5421A10006A

359012 FAN,TURBO

5900A10004A

5900A10004A

3H00660N

3H00660N

DESCRIPTION

W0CZZ CAPACITOR,DRAWING

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Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

TF chassis

349490
266090
263230-3

263230-2

263230-1

249951

268714

354211-2
354211-1

159830
352118-2
552111
352118-1

158591

330870

150 Synchro Air Conditioner

266012

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

130411

W0CZZ

346810

359012

130911-2

130911-1
267110-2

267110-1

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Parts List(Cassette Type - TE Chasis)
LOCATION
No.

PART No.
ATNH246FLFC

ATNH306FLFC

SVC
CODE

3041A10030B

3041A10030B

130911-1 CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

3091A10051C

3091A10051C

130911-2 CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

3091A10051D

3091A10051D

158591 PUMP ASSEMBLY,WATER

5859A20001S

5859A20001S

159830 AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY

5983A10002A

5983A10002A

249951 CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4995A10131K

4995A10131J

263230-1 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226Y

6323AQ3226Y

263230-2 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226E

6323AQ3226E

263230-3 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323A10002A

6323A10002A

266012 SWITCH ASSY,FLOAT

6601A20001N

6601A20001N

266090 H.V ASSY

6609A20005E

6609A20005E

267110-1 REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

6711A20096H

6711A20096H

267110-2 REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

6711A20076J

6711A20076J

268714 PWB(PCB)ASSEMBLY MAIN

6871A10370E

6871A10370F

330870 DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY

3087A10010B

3087A10010B

346810 MOTOR ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4681A20051Z

4681A20051W

352118-1 TUBE ASSEMBLY,MENIFOLD

5211A20251Q

5211A20251K

352118-2 TUBE ASSEMBLY,MENIFOLD

5211A20251K

5211A20251U

354211-1 EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,BENDING

5421A10016G

5421A10016G

354211-2 EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,BENDING

5421A10016H

5421A10016H

359012 FAN ASSEMBLY,TURBO

5901A10036A

5901A10036A

552111 TUBE ASSEMBLY,CAPILLARY

5211A21137C

5211A21137C

3H00660M

3H00660M

DESCRIPTION

130411 BASE ASSEMBLY,WELD(INDOOR)

W0CZZ CAPACITOR,DRAWING

152 Synchro Air Conditioner

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

TD chassis

263230-3

263230-2

263230-1

349490

249951
266090

268714

159830

354211-2
130411
354211-1

55211-2
552111
352118-1

330870

158591

266012

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130411

W0CZZ

346810

359012

130911-2
130911-3

267110-2

130911-4

130911-1
267110-1

352150-2

154 Synchro Air Conditioner

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


Parts List(Cassette-TD Chassis)
LOCATION
No.

DESCRIPTION

PART No.
ATNH366DLFC

ATNH486DLFC

ATNH606DLFC

SVC
CODE

130411
130911-1
130911-2
130911-3
130911-4
158591
159830
249951
263230-1
263230-2

BASE ASSEMBLY,WELD(INDOOR)
CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
CABINET ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
PUMP ASSEMBLY,WATER
AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY
THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

3041A10016A
3091A20034A
3091A20034B
3091A20035A
3091A20035B
5859A20001T
5983A10003D
4995A22010L
6323A30002A
6323AQ3226T

3041A10016A
3091A20034A
3091A20034B
3091A20035A
3091A20035B
5859A20001T
5983A10003D
4995A22010M
6323A30002A
6323AQ3226T

3041A10016A
3091A20034A
3091A20034B
3091A20035A
3091A20035B
5859A20001T
5983A10003D
4995A22010P
6323A30002A
6323AQ3226T

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

263230-3
266012
266090
267110-1
267110-2
268714
330870
346810
349490
352118-1
352118-2
352150
354211-1
354211-2
359012
552111
W0CZZ

THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY
SWITCH ASSY,FLOAT
H.V ASSY
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY
PWB(PCB)ASSEMBLY MAIN
DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY
MOTOR ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
CONTROL BOX ASSY,INDOOR
TUBE ASSEMBLY,MENIFOLD
TUBE ASSEMBLY,MENIFOLD
DRAIN ASSY,TUBE
EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,BENDING
EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,BENDING
FAN ASSEMBLY,TURBO
TUBE ASSEMBLY,CAPILLARY
CAPACITOR,DRAWING

6323A10002B
6601A20001P
6609A20005H
6711A20096H
6711A20076J
6871A10370G
3087A10006A
4681A20006Z
4995A20168A
5211A20251R
5211A20251B
5251A20002B
5421A10016A
5421A10016B
5900A10003B
5211A20316S
3H00660N

6323A10002B
6601A20001P
6609A20005H
6711A20096H
6711A20076J
6871A10370H
3087A10006A
EAU31304701
4995A20168A
5211A20251W
5211A20251B
5251A20002B
5421A10016A
5421A10016B
5900A10003B
5211A20316R
3H00660M

6323A10002B
6601A20001P
6609A20005H
6711A20096H
6711A20076J
6871A10370J
3087A10006A
EAU31304702
4995A20168A
5211A20251W
5211A20251B
5251A20002B
5421A10016A
5421A10016B
5900A10003B
5211A20316R
3H00660M

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

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BH/BG Chassis
359012

346810

359012-1
336610-1
336610-2

W0CZZ

249951
354210
152302

268714

263230-1
263230-2
552111
352118
330860

156 Synchro Air Conditioner

263230-3
267110

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


Parts List(DUCT-BH,BG Chassis)
LOCATION
No.

DESCRIPTION

PART No.
ABNH186HLAC ABNH246HLAC ABNH306GLAC ABNH366GLAC

SVC
CODE

152302

FILTER(MECH),A/C

5230A30001M

5230A30001M

5230A30001L

5230A30001L

249951

CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4995A14002S

4995A14002V

4995A14002T

4995A14002U

263230-1 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226G

6323AQ3226G

6323AQ3226G

6323AQ3226G

263230-2 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3214E

6323AQ3214E

6323AQ3214E

6323AQ3214E

263230-3 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226V

6323AQ3226V

6323AQ3226V

6323AQ3226V

267110

REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

6711A10008D

6711A10008D

6711A10008D

6711A10008D

268714

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN

6871A00089C

6871A00089D

6871A00090B

6871A00090C

330860

DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY

3087A10008B

3087A10008B

3087A10008A

3087A10008A

336610-1 HOUSING(MECH),WRAPPER

3660A20017A

3660A20017A

3660A20019A

3660A20019A

336610-2 HOUSING(MECH),WRAPPER

3660A20018A

3660A20018A

3660A20020A

3660A20020A

346810

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4681A10013C

4681A10013C

4681A10013J

4681A10013J

352118

TUBE ASSEMBLY,MENIFOLD

5211A20465G

5211A20465G

5211A20416J

5211A20416J

354210

EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,FIRST

5421A20100A

5421A20100A

5421A10027A

5421A10027A

5901A10026A

5901A10026A

5901A10026A

5901A10026A

359012-1 FAN ASSEMBLY,BLOWER


359012

FAN ASSEMBLY,BLOWER

5901A10028B

5901A10028B

5901A10028J

5901A10028A

552111

TUBE ASSEMBLY,CAPILLARY

5211A20466M

5211A20466N

5211A20693E

5211A20693E

W0CZZ

CAPACITOR,DRAWING

2A00986D

2A00986D

2A00986D

2A00986D

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BR chassis
359012

346810

359012-1
336610-1
336610-2

W0CZZ

249951

268714

354210
152302

352111

263230-1
263230-2
552111
352118
330860

158 Synchro Air Conditioner

263230-3
267110

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Parts List(DUCT-BR Chassis)
LOCATION
No.

DESCRIPTION

PART No.
ABNH486RLAC

ABNH606RLAC

SVC
CODE

152302

FILTER(MECH),A/C

5230A30017A

5230A30017A

249951

CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4995A14002W

4995A14002X

26230-1 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226G

6323AQ3226G

26230-2 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3214E

6323AQ3214E

26230-3 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226V

6323AQ3226V

267110

REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

6711A10008D

6711A10008D

268714

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN

6871A00090D

6871A00090E

330870

DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY

3087A20025A

3087A20025A

336610-1 HOUSING(MECH),WRAPPER

3660A20044A

3660A20044A

336610-2 HOUSING(MECH),WRAPPER

3660A20045A

3660A20045A

346810

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4681A10032A

4681A10032A

352118

TUBE ASSEMBLY,MENIFOLD

5211A21333A

5211A21334A

354210

EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,FIRST

5421A20212B

5421A20210B

5901A10051A

5901A10051A

359012-1 FAN ASSEMBLY,BLOWER


359012

FAN ASSEMBLY,BLOWER

5901A10053A

5901A10053A

352114

TUBE ASSEMBLY,DISTRIBUTOR

5211A21416A

5211A21417A

W0CZZ

CAPACITOR,DRAWING

0CZZA20001B

0CZZA20001B

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Ceiling & Floor Type


Convertible Type (VE chassis)

137211

135310
268712

147581

152302
135313
146811

733010
131410

267110
W0CZZ
330870

266000

135500
346810
263230-1

131410

354212
35211B

268715

352150
268716
263230-2

W4810
359011

266000
249951

342800
330780
159830

160 Synchro Air Conditioner

266090

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Part List (Convertible-VE chassis)
LOCATION
No.

DESCRIPTION

PART No.
AVNH126ELAC

REMARKS

137211

PANEL ASSEMBLY,FRONT

3721A10092A

146811

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,STEP

4681A20055A

147581

LOUVER,HORIZONTAL

4758A10006A

152302

FILTER(MECH),A/C

5230A10009A

249951

CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4995A20356H

263230-1

THERMISITOR ASSEMBLY

6323A20004T

263230-2

THERMISITOR ASSEMBLY

6323AQ3226V

266000

SWITCH,PUSH

6600AP2059B

267110

REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

6711A20096K

268712

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY

6871A20390D

268715

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN(AC)

6871A20359B

268716

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN(DC)

6871A20358H

330780

CUT OFF

3078A20001A

330870

DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY

3087A10018A

342800

BEARING

4280A20004A

346810

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,INDOOR

4681A20131A

35211B

TUBE ASSEMBLY,TUBING

5211A21217B

352115

TUBE ASSEMBLY,EVAPORATOR IN

5211A25012B

352116

TUBE ASSEMBLY,EVAPORATOR OUT

5211A22007B

352150

HOSE ASSEMBLY,DRIAN

5251AR2575Q

354212

EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,FINAL

5421A10044B

359011

FAN ASSEMBLY,CROSS FLOW

5901A20008E

733010

PLATE ASSEMBLY,INSTALL

3301A10002A

W0CZZ

CAPACITOR,DRAWING

3H00671A

W4810

BRACKET

4810A21019A

131410

CHASSIS ASSEMBLY

3141A10009A

135500

COVER

3550A30201A

135310

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,DIFFUSER

3531A10248A

135313

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,INLET

3531A10247A

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267110

159911

159912

135303

135314

137211

352150

146811

235450
237900

268712

135310

152302

330870

354210

346810

359010

268711

W0CZZ

166000

249951
352115

342800

35211A

263230-3

263230-2

263230-1

130911

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

Convertible Type (VB chassis)

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


Parts List(Convertible-VB Chassis)
LOCATION
No.

DESCRIPTION

130911
135303
135310
135314
137211
146811
152302
159911
159912
266000
235450
237900
249951
263230-1
263230-2
263230-3
267110
268711
268712
330870
342800
346810
35211A
352115
352150
354210
359010
W0CZZ

PART No.

REMARKS

AVNH186BLAC

AVNH246BLAC

AVNH306BLAC

CABINET ASSEMBLY
GRILLE,INLET
GRILLE ASSEMBLY,DIFFUSER
GRILLE ASSEMBLY,INLET SUB
PANEL ASSEMBLY,FRONT
MOTOR ASSEMBLY,STEP
FILTER(MECH),A/C
VANE ASSEMBLY,HORIZONTAL(UPPER)
VANE ASSEMBLY,HORIZONTAL(LOWER)

3091AP2533A
5236AP1236A
3531A10272D
5237AP2817B
3720AP2767P
4681A20055A
5230AP7093A
5991AP2867B
5991AP7334C

3091AP2533A
5236AP1236A
3531A10272D
5237AP2817B
3720AP2767B
4681A20055A
5230AP7093A
5991AP2867B
5991AP7334C

3091AP2533A
5236AP1236A
3531A10272D
5237AP2817B
3720AP2767B
4681A20055A
5230AP7093A
5991AP2867B
5991AP7334C

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

SWITCH,PUSH
DISPLAY ASSEMBLY
WINDOW,DISPLAY
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY
THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY
THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY
DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY
BEARING
MOTOR ASSEMBLY,INDOOR
TUBE ASSEMBLY,SUCTION INDOOR
TUBE ASSEMBLY,EVAPORATOR IN
HOSE ASSEMBLY,DRAIN
EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,FIRST
FAN ASSEMBLY,CROSS FLOW
CAPACITOR DRAWING

6600AP2059A
3545AP7224E
3790AP7080A
4995A10172D
6323A30002C
6323AQ3226Y
6323A30004D
6711A20096K
6871A10186B
6871AQ3263B
3087AP7233A
3H02821B
4681AP2306M
5211AP2813G
5211AP2810Q
5251AP2460B
5421AP2812B
5901AR2351E
3H00671A

6600AP2059A
3545AP7224E
3790AP7080A
4995A10172E
6323A30002C
6323AQ3226Y
6323A30004D
6711A20096K
6871A10186C
6871AQ3263B
3087AP7233A
3H02821B
4681AP2306N
5211AP2813H
5211AP2810R
5251AP2460B
5421AP2812A
5901AR2351E
3H00671A

6600AP2059A
3545AP7224E
3790AP7080A
4995A10172F
6323A30002C
6323AQ3226Y
6323A30004D
6711A20096K
6871A10186D
6871AQ3263B
3087AP7233A
3H02821B
4681AP2306P
5211AP2813J
5211AP2810R
5251AP2460B
5421AP2812A
5901AR2351E
3H00671A

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

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263230-2

263230-1

437210

435301

435512

559010

435511

137212

546810

430411

554031

554031

554160

668711

649950

552203-1

437212

561411

561410

552203-2

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

2. Outdoor Unit
AUUH488C

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


Parts List(AUUH488C)
LOCATION
No.

DESCRIPTION

PART No.

REMARKS

AUUH488C

135301

GRILLE,DISCHARGE

3530AP1225D

137213

PANEL ASSEMBLY,SIDE

3721A20229A

430411

BASE ASSEMBLY,WELD

3041A20047F

435511

COVER ASSY,CONTROL

3A01293X

435512

COVER ASSEMBLY,TOP

3550AP1213B

437210

PANEL ASSEMBLY,FRONT

3720AP1212B

437212

PANEL ASSEMBLY,REAR

3720AP1202C

546810

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,OUTDOOR

4681A20028J

552203-1

VALVE,SERVICE

5220A20001E

552203-2

VALVE,SERVICE

2A00499L

554031

CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,BENT

5403A20215A

554160

COMPRESSOR SET

2520UXGY2BA

559010

FAN ASSEMBLY,PROPELLER

5901A10032A

561410

COIL ASSEMBLY,REVERSING

6141AR3733R

561411

COIL ASSEMBLY,EXPANSION

6141A20011W

649950

CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,OUTDOOR

4995A10228A

663230-1

THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323A20020X

663230-2

THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323A20020Z

PCB(PWB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN

6871A21317E

668711

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AUUH728C
435311
349490
137213-1

435313

559010
552113-2

549610

552113-1
546810
554030-2

552115
554030-1

435310

554030-4
552112

554030-3

W52104

437412
447910-1
447910-2
552114
137213-2

552117-1
552117-2
552117-3

437211

668711
552114-1

55211G

552114-2

561410

552116

649950

561411

668713
330870

W6631

567480-6

552203-1
552203-2

567480-4

430410
554160
Sub PCB

166 Synchro Air Conditioner

567480-5

D-tube

Air

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


Parts List(AUUH728C)
LOCATION
No.
137213-1
137213-2
567480-4
567480-5
567480-6
330870
349490
430410
435310
435311
435313
437211
437212
447910-1
447910-2
546810
548490
549610
552203-1
552203-2
554030-1
554030-2
554030-3
554030-4
552114
552114-1
552114-2
55211G
552116
552117-1
552117-2
552117-3
552113-1
552113-2
552115
552112
W52104
554160
559010
561410
561411
649950
668711
668713
W6631

DESCRIPTION
Panel Assembly,Side
Panel Assembly,Side
Thermistor,NTC (Condenser, Air)
Thermistor,NTC (Discharge, Suction)
Thermistor,NTC (PCB Assembly Sub)
Pan Assembly,Drain
Orifice Assembly
Base Assembly,Outdoor
Grille Assembly,Front(Outdoor)
Grille Assembly,Discharge(Outdoor)
Grille Assembly,Rear(Outdoor)
Panel Assembly,Front(Outdoor)
Panel Assembly,Rear(Outdoor)
Barrier Assembly,Outdoor
Barrier Assembly,Outdoor
Motor Assembly,AC,Outdoor
Accumulator Assembly
Bracket Assembly,Motor(Outdoor)
Valve,Service
Valve,Service
Condenser Assembly,First
Condenser Assembly,First
Condenser Assembly,First
Condenser Assembly,First
Tube Assembly,Discharge(Outdoor)
Tube Assembly,Discharge(Outdoor)
Tube Assembly,Discharge(Outdoor)
Tube Assembly,Expansion
Tube Assembly,Reverse
Tube Assembly,Suction ( A )
Tube Assembly,Suction ( B )
Tube Assembly,Suction ( C )
Tube Assembly,Condenser(Out)
Tube Assembly,Condenser(Out)
Tube Assembly,Menifold
Tube Assembly,Condenser(In)
Tube Assembly,Coupling
Compressor
Fan Assembly,Propeller
Coil Assembly, Reversing valve
Coil Assembly, Expansion valve
Case Assembly,Control(Outdoor)
PCB Assembly,Main
PCB Assembly,Sub
Connector, Assembly

PART No.

REMARKS

AUUH728C
3721A10120B
3721A10120D
6323A20020Y
6323A20020Z
3Q35015S
3087A10023C
4949A10010A
3041A10058G
3531A10266D
3531A20211B
3531A11004D
3721A11009B
3721A10108C
4791A10022A
4791A20035A
4681A10014H
4849A13001B
4961A20028A
2A00469K
5220A20034B
5403A21003E
5403A21003F
5403A21003G
5403A21003X
AJR33492501
AJR33524701
5210A23344A
AJR33496501
5211A03018A
AJR33504701
AJR33504601
AJR33504501
5211A03014C
5211A03015A
5211A03019A
5211A10480D
5211A21205A
5416A90042A
5901A10029A
6141A20010N
6141A20011W
4995A10170E
6871A21317C
6871A20130V
6631A20207G

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AUUH1008C
435311
349940
137213-1

435313
559010
546810

549610

554030-1
554030-2

554030-3
435310

447910-1
447910-2

437412
55211G
55211G
554030-4

330870

552203-1
552203-2
658740

263230-2

168 Synchro Air Conditioner

554160
668711

263230-1

561411
437211

430410

561410
137213-2

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


Parts List(AUUH1008C)
LOCATION
No.

DESCRIPTION

PART No.

REMARKS

AUUH1008C

137213-1

PANEL ASSEMBLY,SIDE

3721A10120B

137213-2

PANEL ASSEMBLY,SIDE

3721A10120A

263230-1

THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323A20020Y

263230-2

THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY

6323A20020Z

330870

DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY

3087A10017C

349940

ORIFICE ASSEMBLY

4949A10008A

430410

BASE ASSEMBLY,OUTDOOR

3041A10049E

435310

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FRONT

3531A10266B

435311

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,DISCHARGE

3531A20211B

435313

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,REAR

3531A11004B

437211

PANEL ASSEMBLY,FRONT

3721A10107E

437212

PANEL ASSEMBLY,REAR

3721A10108A

447910-1

BARRIER ASSEMBLY,OUTDOOR

4791A10022A

447910-2

BARRIER ASSEMBLY,OUTDOOR

4791A10023A

546810

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,OUTDOOR

4681A10014H

549610

MOUNT ASSEMBLY,MOTOR

4961A20028A

552203-1

VALVE,SERVICE

2A00469K

552203-2

VALVE,SERVICE

5220A20034B

554030-1

CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,FIRST

5403A21003C

554030-2

CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,FIRST

5403A21003D

554030-3

CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,FIRST

5403A21003W

554030-4

CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,FIRST

5403A21003B

554160

COMPRESSOR

2520UBAY2AA

559010

FAN ASSEMBLY,PROPELLER

5901A10029A

561410

COIL ASSEMBLY,REVERSING VALVE

6141A20010N

561411

COIL ASSEMBLY,EXPANSION

6141A20011W

649950

CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,OUTDOOR

4995A10170D

668711

PWB(PCB)ASSEMBLY,MAIN

6871A21317D

55211G

TUBE ASSEMBLY,EXPANSION

5211A03004A

552200

VALVE,EXPANSION BODY

5220A90013A

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PT-HEC1

268712

146811

152312

135314

135802

170 Synchro Air Conditioner

137211

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List


PT-HFC

268712

146811

152312

135314

137211

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PT-HDC1

146811

268712

152312

135314

135802

172 Synchro Air Conditioner

137211

Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

Parts List
Part No.
LOCATION
No.

REMARKS

DESCRIPTION
PT-HEC1

137211

PANEL ASSEMBLY,FRONT(INDOOR)

3721A10105N

135314

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FRONT(INDOOR)

3531A10059A

135312

FILTER ASSY,AIR CLEANER

5231A10005A

146811

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,STEP

4681A20055A

268712

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY

6871A20096J

135802

DOOR

3580A20005A

Part No.
LOCATION
No.

REMARKS

DESCRIPTION
PT-HFC

137211

PANEL ASSEMBLY,FRONT(INDOOR)

3721A10072E

135314

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FRONT(INDOOR)

3531A10211C

135312

FILTER ASSY,AIR CLEANER

5231A10012A

146811

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,STEP

4681A20055A

268712

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY

6871A20096J

Part No.
LOCATION
No.

REMARKS

DESCRIPTION
PT-HDC1

137211

PANEL ASSEMBLY,FRONT(INDOOR)

3721A10106Z

135314

GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FRONT(INDOOR)

3531A10066A

135312

FILTER ASSY,AIR CLEANER

5231A10004A

146811

MOTOR ASSEMBLY,STEP

4681A20055A

268712

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY

6871A20096J

135802

DOOR

3580A20005A

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