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Manual No.

'06 KX, KXR-T-108

INVERTER DRIVEN MULTI-INDOOR UNIT


CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM
Alternative refrigerant R410A use models
(OUTDOOR UNIT)
KX series (Heat pump type)
All-in-one type
FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R, 224HKXE4R, 280HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R
All-in-one type (Used also for combination)
FDCA335HKXE4R-K, 400HKXE4R, 450HKXE4R, 504HKXE4R, 560HKXE4R, 615HKXE4R, 680HKXE4R
Combined type
FDCA735HKXE4R, 800HKXE4R, 850HKXE4R, 900HKXE4R, 960HKXE4R, 1010HKXE4R, 1065HKXE4R,
1130HKXE4R, 1180HKXE4R, 1235HKXE4R, 1300HKXE4R, 1360HKXE4R

KXR series (Heat recovery type)


All-in-one type
FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R
All-in-one type (Used also for combination)
FDCA335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R, 450HKXRE4R, 504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R, 680HKXRE4R
Combined type
FDCA735HKXRE4R, 800HKXRE4R, 850HKXRE4R, 900HKXRE4R, 960HKXRE4R, 1010HKXRE4R,
1065HKXRE4R, 1130HKXRE4R, 1180HKXRE4R, 1235HKXRE4R, 1300HKXRE4R, 1360HKXRE4R

(INDOOR UNIT) -KX, KXR seriesFDTCA22KXE4R


28KXE4R
36KXE4R
45KXE4R
56KXE4R

FDTA28KXE4R
36KXE4R
45KXE4R
56KXE4R
71KXE4R
90KXE4R
112KXE4R
140KXE4R

FDTWA28KXE4R
45KXE4R
56KXE4R
71KXE4R
90KXE4R
112KXE4R
140KXE4R
28KXE5R
45KXE5R
56KXE5R

FDTQA22KXE4R
28KXE4R
36KXE4R

FDFLA28KXE4R
45KXE4R
71KXE4R

FDTSA22KXE4R
28KXE4R
36KXE4R
45KXE4R
71KXE4R

FDFUA28KXE4R
45KXE4R
56KXE4R
71KXE4R

FDQMA22KXE4R
28KXE4R
36KXE4R

FDUMA36KXE4R
45KXE4R
56KXE4R
71KXE4R
90KXE4R
112KXE4R
140KXE4R

FDURA45KXE4R
56KXE4R
71KXE4R
90KXE4R
112KXE4R
140KXE4R

FDEA36KXE4R
45KXE4R
56KXE4R
71KXE4R
112KXE4R
140KXE4R

FDKA22KXE4R
28KXE4R
36KXE4R
45KXE4R
56KXE4R
71KXE5R

FDUA224KXE4R
280KXE4R

(Note) See Manual No. 06PAC, KX-T-110 concerning FDUMA22~140KXE5R.

PREFACE
KX4 series, KXR series allowed Indoor & Outdoor unit combinations.
Combination Table
Outdoor unit series

Series name*1

Sales release date

Connectable Indoor unit series


- Series mixing is acceptable Series name*1
KXE4

KXE4

2004.4

KXE4A

2006.2

KXE4R

2006.5

KXRE4

2004.11

KXRE4A

2006.2

KXRE4R

Sales release date


2004.4

KXE4A

2004.11

KXE4

2004.4

KXE4A

2004.11

KXE4R

2006.3

KXE4

2004.4

KXE4A

2004.11

KXE4R

2006.3

KXE4A

2004.11

KXE4A

2004.11

KXE4R

2006.3

KXE4A

2004.11

KXE4R

2006.3

2006.6

Non-connectable Indoor unit series

Series name*1
KXE4R *2

Sales release date

2006.3

KXE4R *3

2006.3

*1: Series name


Outdoor unit
e.g.
KXE4 : FDCA280HKXE4

Indoor unit
e.g.
KXE4A : FDTA71HKXE4A

*2: Possible to connect if outdoor unit PWB assy (control) is replaced to new one (KXE4A or KXE4R)
*3: Possible to connect if outdoor unit ROM is rewritten to new one (KXRE4A ~ KXRE4R)

Special Notes
1. To improve product quality and comply with RoHS, the model of indoor unit and outdoor unit may change, but the
content of product specification, basic control system, installation and service chapters in this document will not change.
The same applies to the KX4 series in the combination table.
2. When making the equipment plan and carrying out construction of KX4, please pay special attention to the combination
type of indoor unit and outdoor unit.
3. However, some parts number changes according to the model.
Please refer to the parts list for each model.

CONTENTS
1 GENERAL INFORMATION................................................................................ 1
1.1 Specific features ........................................................................................... 1
1.2 How to read the model name ........................................................................ 3
1.3 Table of models ............................................................................................. 4
1.4 Table of indoor units panel (Optional) ........................................................... 4
1.5 Outdoor units combination table ................................................................... 5
2 OUTDOOR UNIT ............................................................................................... 7
2.1 Specifications ................................................................................................ 7
2.2 Exterior dimensions .................................................................................... 16
2.3 Inside view .................................................................................................. 29
2.4 Exterior appearance ................................................................................... 34
2.5 Noise level .................................................................................................. 35
2.6 Electrical wiring ........................................................................................... 38
3 INDOOR UNIT ................................................................................................. 46
3.1 Specifications .............................................................................................. 46
(a) Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)............................................... 46
(b) Ceiling recessed type (FDT) ................................................................ 48
(c) 2-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTW) ......................................... 51
(d) Ceiling recessed single air supply port type (FDTQ) ........................... 54
(e) 1-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTS) .......................................... 57
(f) High static pressure duct type (FDU) .................................................. 59
(g) Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQM) ...................................... 60
(h) Satellite ducted type (FDUM) .............................................................. 61
(i) Ceiling mounted duct type (FDUR)...................................................... 64
(j) Ceiling suspended type (FDE)............................................................. 67
(k) Wall mounted type (FDK) .................................................................... 70
(l) Floor standing exposed type (FDFL) ................................................... 72
(m) Floor standing hidden type (FDFU) ..................................................... 73
3.2 Exterior dimensions .................................................................................... 74
3.3 Exterior appearance ................................................................................. 105
3.4 Characteristics of fan ................................................................................ 108
3.5 Noise level ................................................................................................ 114
3.6 Electrical wiring ......................................................................................... 120
4 COMMON MATTER ....................................................................................... 136
4.1 Operation chart ......................................................................................... 136
4.2 Range of usage & limitations .................................................................... 144
4.3 Piping system ........................................................................................... 156
4.4 Selection chart .......................................................................................... 163

4.5 Application data ........................................................................................ 207


(1) Installation of indoor unit ...................................................................... 208
(a) Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)............................................. 208
(b) Ceiling recessed type (FDT) .............................................................. 213
(c) 2-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTW) ....................................... 220
(d) Ceiling recessed single air supply port type (FDTQ) ......................... 225
(e) 1-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTS) ........................................ 233
(f) Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQM) .................................... 239
(g) High static pressure duct type (FDU) ................................................ 244
(h) Satellite ducted type (FDUM) ............................................................ 247
(i) Ceiling mounted duct type (FDUR).................................................... 253
(j) Ceiling suspended type (FDE)........................................................... 259
(k) Wall mounted type (FDK) .................................................................. 263
(l) Floor standing exposed type (FDFL) ................................................. 268
(m) Floor standing hidden type (FDFU) ................................................... 271
(2) Installation of remote controller (Option parts) ..................................... 274
(3) Installation of outdoor unit .................................................................... 275
(4) Refrigerant piping ................................................................................. 279
(5) Electric wiring ....................................................................................... 304
(6) Setting function with the remote controller ........................................... 310
(7) Pump down operation .......................................................................... 314
(8) Test run ................................................................................................. 314
(9) Notabilia as a unit designed for R410A ................................................ 315
4.6 Outline of operation control by microcomputer ......................................... 316
(1) Wired remote controller (Optional parts) .............................................. 316
(2) Operation control function by the indoor controller ............................... 317
(3) Operation control function by the outdoor controller ............................. 324
4.7 Maintenance data ..................................................................................... 439
(1) Before starting troubleshooting ............................................................ 439
(2) Procedures of trouble diagnosis ........................................................... 445
(a) Diagnosis by the power supply reset ................................................. 446
(b) Error diagnosis procedures at the indoor unit side ............................ 447
(c) Error diagnosis procedures at the outdoor unit side .......................... 456
(d) How to advance checks for each faulty symptom .............................. 479
(e) Check abnormal operation data with the remote controller ............... 481
5 WIRELESS KIT (Optional parts) .................................................................. 482

GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 Specific features


(1)

The new R410A refrigerant is used


The new refrigerant R410A, with an ozone destruction coefficient of zero, is used and the CO2 discharge volume is reduced, In
addition, R410A is a pseudo-azeotropic refrigerant, so there is little change in its consistency that would cause it to divide into the
gas and liquid phases, or undergo temperature slide, and it is also possible to add refrigerant on-site.

(2) Connectable indoor capacity


Capacity from 80% to 150% is possible.
Item

Number of connectable

Connectable capacity

2 to 6 units

112 ~ 210

Number of connectable

Connectable capacity

2 to 8 units

112 ~ 182

Number of connectable

Connectable capacity

FDCA160HKXES4R

2 to 8 units

128 ~ 208

FDCA224HKXE4R

1 to 13 units

112 ~ 292

FDCA280HKXE4R

1 to 16 units

140 ~ 364

FDCA335HKXE4R

1 to 20 units

168 ~ 436

FDCA400HKXE4R

1 to 23 units

200 ~ 520

FDCA450HKXE4R

1 to 26 units

225 ~ 585

FDCA504HKXE4R

1 to 29 units

252 ~ 656

FDCA560HKXE4R

1 to 33 units

280 ~ 728

FDCA615HKXE4R

2 to 36 units

307 ~ 800

FDCA680HKXE4R

2 to 40 units

340 ~ 884

FDCA735HKXE4R

2 to 43 units

367 ~ 956

FDCA800HKXE4R

2 to 47 units

400 ~ 1040

FDCA850HKXE4R

2 to 48 units

425 ~ 1105

FDCA900HKXE4R

2 to 48 units

450 ~ 1170

FDCA960HKXE4R

2 to 48 units

480 ~ 1248

FDCA1010HKXE4R

2 to 48 units

505 ~ 1313

FDCA1065HKXE4R

2 to 48 units

532 ~ 1385

FDCA1130HKXE4R

3 to 48 units

565 ~ 1469

FDCA1180HKXE4R

3 to 48 units

590 ~ 1534

FDCA1235HKXE4R

3 to 48 units

617 ~ 1606

FDCA1300HKXE4R

3 to 48 units

650 ~ 1690

FDCA1360HKXE4R

3 to 48 units

680 ~ 1768

Model
FDCA140HKXEN4R
FDCA140HKXES4R

Capacity from 80% to 130% is possible.


Item

Model
FDCA140HKXEN4R
FDCA140HKXES4R

Capacity from 50% to 130% is possible.


(a)

KX series
Item

Model

1-

(b)

KXR series
Item

Number of connectable

Connectable capacity

FDCA224HKXRE4R

1 to 13 units

112 ~ 292

FDCA280HKXRE4R

1 to 16 units

140 ~ 364

FDCA335HKXRE4R

1 to 20 units

168 ~ 436

FDCA400HKXRE4R

1 to 23 units

200 ~ 520

FDCA450HKXRE4R

1 to 26 units

225 ~ 585

FDCA504HKXRE4R

1 to 29 units

252 ~ 656

FDCA560HKXRE4R

1 to 33 units

280 ~ 728

FDCA615HKXRE4R

2 to 36 units

307 ~ 800

FDCA680HKXRE4R

2 to 40 units

340 ~ 884

FDCA735HKXRE4R

2 to 43 units

367 ~ 956

FDCA800HKXRE4R

2 to 47 units

400 ~ 1040

FDCA850HKXRE4R

2 to 48 units

425 ~ 1105

FDCA900HKXRE4R

2 to 48 units

450 ~ 1170

Model

FDCA960HKXRE4R

2 to 48 units

480 ~ 1248

FDCA1010HKXRE4R

2 to 48 units

505 ~ 1313

FDCA1065HKXRE4R

2 to 48 units

532 ~ 1385

FDCA1130HKXRE4R

3 to 48 units

565 ~ 1469

FDCA1180HKXRE4R

3 to 48 units

590 ~ 1534

FDCA1235HKXRE4R

3 to 48 units

617 ~ 1606

FDCA1300HKXRE4R

3 to 48 units

650 ~ 1690

FDCA1360HKXRE4R

3 to 48 units

680 ~ 1768

(3) Indoor units are available with 11 capacities, in 13 types and 68 models.
11 capacities22(0.8 HP), 28(1 HP), 36(1.25 HP), 45(1.6 HP), 56(22 HP), 71(2.5 HP), 90(3.2 HP), 112(4 HP), 140(5 HP),
224(8 HP) and 280(10 HP).
13 typesCeiling recessed compact type(FDTC), Ceiling recessed type(FDT), 2-way outlet ceiling recessed type(FDTW),
Ceiling recessde single air supply port type (FDTQ), 1-way outlet ceiling recessed type(FDTS), Medium static pressure ducted
type(FDQM), High static pressure duct type(FDU), Satellite ducted type(FDUM), Ceiling mounted duct type(FDUR), Ceiling
suspension type(FDE), Wall mounted type(FDK), Floor standing exposed type(FDFL), and Floor standing hidden type (FDFU) .
(4) Long piping design offers total piping length of 510 m (Exclusion FDCA140, 160 series)
Indoor and outdoor units can have a level difference of up to 50 m, with a one way piping length of up to 160 m. This is the topclass long piping design in the industry. A level difference of as 15 m between indoor units ensures that the system can meet a
wide variety of air conditioning requirements in any building.
(5) Super link system
Non polar 2-core signal wires for indoor, outdoor units by means of the automatic polarity selection.
In addition, the max. 48 units can be controlled with a pair of signal wires. The high speed transmission method same as the
computer network system [start up of 48 units can be completed within a few seconds by the determination of operation mode
and the start of operation].
As separate power supplies for the indoor and the outdoor units are employed, a pair of 2 signal wires only are required for the
inter connecting wiring of indoor and outdoor uniits regardless of the number of units so that the installation work can be
simplified, the cost of wiring work can be curtailed and causes of wiring error can be minimized.
(6) Floor layout can be changed by resetting address unit number.
For change of floor layout, the control group can be recombined only by resetting address unit number.
(7) Installation of automatic address setting function
The address setting method are divided into three types according to wiring method: Automatic Address Setting,Remote
controller Address Setting and Manual Address Setting, In case of the Automatic Address Setting, no address needs be set
as usual.

2-

(8) Layout free refrigerant piping


The branch type piping makes the system flexible enough to satisfy any layout plan on the floor or in a room.
(9) Improvement of serviceability
(a) Failures of indoor unit and outdoor units are shown on the liquid crystal display on the remote controller.
Failures of indoor unit and outdoor units can be checked by remote controller.
(b) Easy checking of outdoor inspection LED.
The LED can be checked without removing the service panel, and faulty units can be easily indentified out of several
units.
(10) For outdoor unit, EN60555-2 and EN60555-3 are not applicable as consent by the utility company or notification to the utility
company is given before usage.

1.2

How to read the model name

(1) Outdoor unit


Example: FDC

735

KX E 4 R
RoHS specifications.
Series No.
Application power source...See the specifications
Multi KX or KXR series
Heat pump type
Nominal capacity (nominal cooling capacity : 73.5kW)
R410A model
Model name (Outdoor unit)

(2) Indoor unit


Example: FDT

28

KX E

4 R
RoHS specifications.
Series No.
Application power source...See the specifications
Multi series
Nominal capacity (nominal cooling capacity : 2.8 kW)
R410A model
Model name

3-

Indoor unit

: FDTC, FDT, FDTW, FDTQ,


FDTS, FDQM, FDU, FDUM,
FDUR, FDE, FDK, FDFL, FDFU

1.3

Table of models

Capacity
Model
Ceiling recessed compact type
(FDTC)
Ceiling recessed type
(FDT)
2-way outlet ceiling recessed type
(FDTW)
Ceiling recessed single air supply port type
(FDTQ)
1-way outlet ceiling recessed type
(FDTS)
Medium static pressure ducted type
(FDQM)
High static pressure ducted type
(FDU)(1)
Stellite ducted type
(FDUM)
Ceiling mounted duct type
(FDUR)
Ceiling suspended type
(FDE)
Wall mounted type
(FDK)
Floor standing exposed type
(FDFL)
Floor standing hidden type
(FDFU)

22

28

36

45

56

71

90

112

140

224

280

K
X

FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R


FDCA224HKXE4R, 280HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R-K, 400HKXE4R, 450HKXE4R,
504HKXE4R, 560HKXE4R, 615HKXE4R, 680HKXE4R, 735HKXE4R, 800HKXE4R,
850HKXE4R, 900HKXE4R, 960HKXE4R, 1010HKXE4R, 1065HKXE4R, 1130HKXE4R,
1180HKXE4R, 1235HKXE4R, 1300HKXE4R, 1360HKXE4R

K
X
R

FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R,


450HKXRE4R, 504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R, 680HKXRE4R,
735HKXRE4R, 800HKXRE4R, 850HKXRE4R, 900HKXRE4R, 960HKXRE4R,
1010HKXRE4R, 1065HKXRE4R, 1130HKXRE4R, 1180HKXRE4R, 1235HKXRE4R,
1300HKXRE4R, 1360HKXRE4R

Outdoor units to be combined


FDC

Note (1) The FDUA224, 280KXE4R and FDKA71KXE5R indoor units cannot be connected to the FDCA140HKXEN4R,
140HKXES4R and 160HKXES4R outdoor units.

1.4

Table of indoor units panel (Optional)


Model
FDTC
FDT

FDTW

Parts Model
Capacity:22,28,36,45,56
Capacity:28,36,45,56,
71,90,112,140
Capacity:28,45,56
Capacity:71,90
Capacity:112,140

FDTQ
(Direct blow panel)

Capacity:22,28,36

FDTQ
(Duct panel)

Capacity:22,28,36

FDTS

Capacity:22, 28, 36, 45


Capacity:71

4-

TC-PSA-24W-ER
T-PSA-35W-ER
TW-PSA-23W-ER
TW-PSA-33W-ER
TW-PSA-43W-ER
TQ-PSA-14W-ER
TQ-PSB-14W-ER
QR-PNA-14W-ER
QR-PNB-14W-ER
TS-PSA-28W-ER
TS-PSA-38W-ER

1.5
(1)

Outdoor units combination table


KX series
(a)

Models FDCA735, 800, 850, 900HKXE4R


Item

Models

Combination outdoor unit models


FDCA335HKXE4R-K

FDCA400HKXE4R

FDCA735HKXE4R
FDCA800HKXE4R

FDCA850HKXE4R

FDCA450HKXE4R

FDCA900HKXE4R

(b)

Connectable
capacity

Number of
connectable units

367 ~ 956

2 ~ 43

400 ~ 1040

2 ~ 47

425 ~ 1105

450 ~ 1170

2 ~ 48

Models FDCA960, 1010, 1065, 1130, 1180, 1235, 1300, 1360HKXE4R


Item

Combination outdoor unit models


FDCA450
HKXE4R

FDCA504
HKXE4R

1
_

FDCA1065HKXE4R

FDCA1130HKXE4R

Indoor unit

FDCA615
HKXE4R
_

FDCA680
HKXE4R
_

Connectable
capacity

FDCA560
HKXE4R
_

505 ~ 1313

532 ~ 1385

1
_

565 ~ 1469

FDCA1180HKXE4R

590 ~ 1534

FDCA1235HKXE4R

1
_

617 ~ 1606

FDCA1300HKXE4R

650 ~ 1690

FDCA1360HKXE4R

1
_

680 ~ 1768

Models
FDCA960HKXE4R
FDCA1010HKXE4R

(c)

Indoor unit

Number of
connectable units

480 ~ 1248
2 to 48 unit

3 to 48 unit

Outdoor unit side branch pipe set (Optional)


Outdoor unit

Branch pipe set

For two units (for 735 ~ 1360)

DOS-2A-1

Note (1) Be sure to use this when combining units.


(d)

(e)

Branch pipe set (Optional)


Total capacity downstream

Branching pipe set

Less than 180

DIS-22-1

180 or more but less than 371

DIS-180-1

371 or more but less than 540

DIS-371-1

540 or more

DIS-540-1

Header pipe set (Optional)


Total capacity downstream

Header set model type

Number of branches

Less than 180

HEAD4-22-1

4 branches at the most

180 or more but less than 371

HEAD6-180-1

6 branches at the most

371 or more but less than 540

HEAD8-371-1

8 branches at the most

540 or more

HEAD8-540-1

8 branches at the most

5-

(2)

KXR series
(a)

Models FDCA735, 800, 850, 900HKXRE4R


Item

Models

Combination outdoor unit models


FDCA335HKXRE4R-K

FDCA400HKXRE4R

FDCA735HKXRE4R
FDCA800HKXRE4R

FDCA850HKXRE4R

Indoor unit

FDCA450HKXRE4R

FDCA900HKXRE4R

(b)

Number of
connectable units

367 ~ 956

2 ~ 43

400 ~ 1040

2 ~ 47

425 ~ 1105

450 ~ 1170

2 ~ 48

Models FDCA900, 1010, 1065, 1130, 1180, 1235, 1300, 1360HKXRE4R


Item

Combination outdoor unit models


FDCA450
HKXRE4R

FDCA504
HKXRE4R

1
_

FDCA1065HKXRE4R

FDCA1130HKXRE4R

Indoor unit

FDCA615
HKXRE4R
_

FDCA680
HKXRE4R
_

Connectable
capacity

FDCA560
HKXRE4R
_

505 ~ 1313

532 ~ 1385

1
_

565 ~ 1469

FDCA1180HKXRE4R

590 ~ 1534

FDCA1235HKXRE4R

1
_

617 ~ 1606

FDCA1300HKXRE4R

650 ~ 1690

FDCA1360HKXRE4R

1
_

680 ~ 1768

Models
FDCA960HKXRE4R
FDCA1010HKXRE4R

(c)

Connectable
capacity

Number of
connectable units

480 ~ 1248
2 to 48 unit

3 to 48 unit

Outdoor unit side branch pipe set (Optional)


Outdoor unit

Branch pipe set

For two units (for 735 ~ 1360)

DOS-2A-1-R

Note (1) Be sure to use this when combining units.


(d)

(e)

(f)

Branch pipe set (Optional)


In the upstream of a branching controller

In the downstream of a branching controller

Total capacity downstream

Branching pipe set

Total capacity downstream

Branching pipe set

Less than 180

DIS-22-1-R

Less than 180

DIS-22-1

180 or more but less than 371

DIS-180-1-R

180 or more but less than 371

DIS-180-1

371 or more but less than 540

DIS-371-1-R

540 or more

DIS-540-1-R

Branching controller model (Optional)


Total capacity downstream

Branching controller model

Number of connectable units

Less than 112

PFD112-ER

1~5

112 or more but less than 180

PFD180-ER

1~8

180 or more but less than 280

PFD280-ER

1 ~10

Integrated branching controller (Optional)


Model
PFD112X4-ER

Per branch

Total of four branches


Capacity restrictions

Maximum number of units connectable

Capacity restrictions

Maximum number of units connectable

Less than 371

16

Less than 112

Note (1) An indoor unit with a capacity up to 112 can be connected. Refer to page 290 for details.

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OUTDOOR UNIT

2.1 Specifications
(1) KX series
Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R
Model
Item

FDCA140HKXEN4R

FDCA140HKXES4R

Nominal cooling capacity(1)


(1)

Nominal heating capacity


Noise level

Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

FDCA160HKXES4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz (3)

1 Phase 220/240V 50Hz

Power source
kW

14.6

kW

16.6

16.0
18.0

dB(A)

Cooling : 53, Heating : 53

mm

1300  970  370

kg

125

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

GT-C5139ND50

Starting method

Direct line starting

Capacity control

Crankcase heater

31 ~ 130

25 ~ 125

33
Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion Valve +Capillary tube

Refrigerant

R410A

Quantity

kg

7.5

Refrigerant oil

1.6 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan

60 2

Starting method

Direct start

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

100

Shock & vibration absorber

Rubber mount (for compressor)


Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection,
power transistor overheating protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

mm(in)

Connecting method

Flare piping

Drain

Hole for drain( 20

Insulation for piping

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


Edging

Accessories

Indoor units to be combined

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

Note (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The FDKA71KXE5R indoor unit cannot be connected.
(3) In the case of 60Hz, use specification category (T).

List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding outdoor unit

FDCA140HKXEN4R
FDCA140HKXES4R
FDCA160HKXES4R

Number of indoor units that


can be connected

Branching system
Branch pipe system

Header system

DIS-22-1

HEAD4-22-1

2~6 units
2~8 units
2~8 units

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Models FDCA224HKXE4R, 280HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R


Models
Item

FDCA224HKXE4R

FDCA280HKXE4R

FDCA335HKXE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Power source
Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

22.4

28.0

33.5

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

25.0

31.5

37.5

dB(A)

Cooling : 57, Heating : 57

Cooling : 57, Heating : 58

Cooling:60.5, Heating:61

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

mm

1690

GT-C5150ND75

Starting method

Crankcase heater

27 ~ 126

20 ~ 114

33

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A
kg

14.2

Refrigerant oil

2.1 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Propeller fan
W

386 2
Direct start

CMM

Cooling: 220, Heating: 180

Shock & vibration absorber

Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating


protection, abnormal high pressure protection
mm(in)

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 19.05(3/4")

Connecting method

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 22.22(7/8")

Liquid line: 12.7(1/2")


Gas line: 25.4(1")

Gas line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs,

45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

Indoor units to be combined

Cooling:280, Heating:260

Rubber mount (for compressor)

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

126 2

Starting method
Air flow(Standard)

19 ~ 117

Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Motor

Direct line starting


%

Heat exchanger

Quantity

720

245

kg

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

Capacity control

1350

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding outdoor unit

Number of indoor units that


can be connected

FDCA224HKXE4R

1~13 units

FDCA280HKXE4R

1~16 units

FDCA335HKXE4R

1~20 units

Branching system
Branch pipe system(1) (Total capacity after each branch)

Downstream capacity less than 180


DIS-22-1
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
DIS-371-1

Header system

Downstream capacity less than 180


HEAD-22-1 (for up to 4 units max)
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
HEAD-180-1 (up to 6 units max)
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
HEAD8-371-1 (up to 8 units max)

Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.

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Models FDCA335HKXE4R-K, 400HKXE4R, 450HKXE4R


Models

FDCA335HKXE4R-K(3)

Item

FDCA400HKXE4R

FDCA450HKXE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Power source
Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

33.5

40.0

45.0

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

37.5

45.0

50.0

dB(A)

Cooling: 56, Heating: 57

Cooling: 58.5, Heating: 59

Cooling: 61, Heating: 61

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

mm

1690

kg

GT-C5150ND78A 2

Starting method

Crankcase heater

Direct line starting


%

19 ~ 130

15 ~ 114

33

Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A
kg

17

Refrigerant oil

4.2 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan 2
386

Starting method
Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Cooling: 220, Heating: 180

Cooling: 250, Heating: 220

Cooling: 260, Heating: 240

Rubber mount (for compressor)


Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating
protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment

Liquid line: 12.7(1/2")


Gas line: 25.4(1")

mm(in)

Connecting method

Liquid line: 12.7(1/2")


Gas line: 28.58(11/8")

Gas line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain ( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs, 45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

Indoor units to be combined

Direct start

Shock & vibration absorber

Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

13 ~ 112

Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger

Quantity

720

310

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

Capacity control

1350

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
(3) The FDCA335HKXE4R-K is an exclusive combination unit.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding outdoor unit

Branching system

Number of indoor units that


can be connected

FDCA335HKXE4R-K

FDCA400HKXE4R

1~23 units

FDCA450HKXE4R

1~26 units

Branch pipe system(1) (Total capacity after each branch)


Downstream capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
DIS-371-1
Downstream capacity 540 or more
DIS-540-1

Header system
Downstream capacity less than 180
HEAD4-22-1 (for up to 4 units max)
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
HEAD6-180-1 (up to 6 units max)
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
HEAD8-371-1 (up to 8 units max)
Downstream capacity 540 or more
HEAD8-540-1 (up to 8 units max)

Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.

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Models FDCA504HKXE4R, 560HKXE4R


Models

FDCA504HKXE4R

Item

FDCA560HKXE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Power source
Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

50.4

56.0

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

56.5

63.0

dB(A)

Cooling: 60, Heating: 60.5

Cooling: 60.5, Heating: 62.5

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

mm

2048

kg

GT-C5150ND78A 2

Starting method

Crankcase heater

Direct line starting


%

11 ~ 100

10 ~ 113

33

Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A
kg

19.4

Refrigerant oil

4.2 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan
W

386

Starting method
Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Cooling: 270, Heating: 250


Rubber mount (for compressor)
Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating
protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment

Liquid line: 12.7(1/2")


Gas line: 28.58(11/8")

mm(in)

Connecting method

Gas line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain ( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs,

45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

Indoor units to be combined

Direct start

Shock & vibration absorber

Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger

Quantity

720

340

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

Capacity control

1350

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding outdoor unit

Branching system

Number of indoor units that


can be connected

FDCA504HKXE4R

1~29 units

FDCA560HKXE4R

1~33 units

Branch pipe system(1) (Total capacity after each branch)


Downstream capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
DIS-371-1
Downstream capacity 540 or more
DIS-540-1

Header system
Downstream capacity less than 180
HEAD4-22-1 (for up to 4 units max)
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
HEAD6-180-1 (up to 6 units max)
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
HEAD8-371-1 (up to 8 units max)
Downstream capacity 540 or more
HEAD8-540-1 (up to 8 units max)

Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.

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Models FDCA615HKXE4R, 680HKXE4R


Models

FDCA615HKXE4R

Item
Power source

FDCA680HKXE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

61.5

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

69.0

73.0

dB(A)

Cooling: 63, Heating: 63

Cooling: 63.5, Heating: 63.5

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

68.0

mm

2048

GT-C5150ND78A 2

Starting method

Crankcase heater

Direct line starting


%

9 ~ 110

8 ~ 108

33

Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A
kg

21.2

Refrigerant oil

4.2 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan 2
386

Starting method
Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Cooling: 270, Heating: 250


Rubber mount (for compressor)
Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating
protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment

Liquid line: 12.7(1/2")


Gas line: 28.58(1 1/8")

mm(in)

Connecting method

Gas line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain ( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs, 45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

Indoor units to be combined

Direct start

Shock & vibration absorber

Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger

Quantity

720

355

kg

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

Capacity control

1350

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding outdoor unit

Branching system

Number of indoor units that


can be connected

FDCA615HKXE4R

2~36 units

FDCA680HKXE4R

2~40 units

Branch pipe system(1) (Total capacity after each branch)


Downstream capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
DIS-371-1
Downstream capacity 540 or more
DIS-540-1

Header system
Downstream capacity less than 180
HEAD4-22-1 (for up to 4 units max)
Downstream capacity 180 to less than 371
HEAD6-180-1 (up to 6 units max)
Downstream capacity 371 to less than 540
HEAD8-371-1 (up to 8 units max)
Downstream capacity 540 or more
HEAD8-540-1 (up to 8 units max)

Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.

11 -

(2) KXR series


Models FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R
Models
Item

FDCA224HKXRE4R

FDCA280HKXRE4R

FDCA335HKXRE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Power source
Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

22.4

28.0

33.5

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

25.0

31.5

37.5

dB(A)

Cooling: 57, Heating: 57

Cooling: 57, Heating: 59

Cooling: 60.5, Heating: 62.5

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

mm

1690

1350

720

250

kg

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

GT-C5150ND75

Starting method

Direct line starting

Capacity control

Crankcase heater

24 ~ 114

19 ~ 109

33

18 ~ 103

Straigh fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A

Quantity

kg

14.2

Refrigerant oil

2.2 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan
126

Starting method

386

Direct start

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Cooling: 220, Heating: 180

Shock & vibration absorber

Cooling: 220, Heating: 180

Cooling: 280, Heating: 260

Rubber mount (for compressor)


Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating
protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

mm(in)

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")
Liquid line: 12.7 (1/2")
Suction gas line: 19.05(3/4")
Suction gas line: 22.22(7/8")
Suction gas line: 22.22(7/8")
Discharge gas line: 15.88(5/8") Discharge gas line: 19.05(3/4") Discharge gas line: 19.05(3/4")

Connecting method

Suction or discharge line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain ( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs,

45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

Indoor units to be combined

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding outdoor unit

Number of indoor units that


can be connected

FDCA224HKXRE4R

1~13 units

FDCA280HKXRE4R

1~16 units

FDCA335HKXRE4R

1~20 units

Branching system
In the upstream of a branching controller(1) In the downstrean of a branching controller(1)
Downstream Capacity less than 180
Downstream Capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1
DIS-22-1-R
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1-R
DIS-180-1
Downstream Capacity 371 to less than 540
Downstream Capacity 371 to less than 540
DIS-371-1-R
HEAD8-371-1 (up to 8 units max)

Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.
Integrated branching controller part numbers

Branching controller part numbers


Branching controller

Number of connectable units

Integrated branching controller

Number of connectable units

Total capacity downstream Last than 112: PFD112-E

1~5

Total capacity downstream Last than 180: PFD180-E

1~8

Total capacity downstream


Last than 371: PFD112X4-ER

1~16

Total capacity downstream Last than 280: PFD280-E

1~10

Note (1) An indoor unit with a capacity up to 112 can be connected.

12 -

Models FDCA335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R, 450HKXRE4R


Models
Item

FDCA335HKXRE4R-K(3)

Power source

FDCA400HKXRE4R

FDCA450HKXRE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

33.5

40.0

45.0

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

37.5

45.0

50.0

dB(A)

Cooling: 57, Heating: 57.5

Cooling: 59.5, Heating: 60

Cooling: 62.5, Heating: 62.5

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

mm

1690

kg

1350

720

315

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

GT-C5150ND78A 2

Starting method

Direct line starting

Capacity control

Crankcase heater

18 ~ 130

14 ~ 113

33

13 ~ 109

Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A

Quantity

kg

14.2

17

Refrigerant oil

4.4 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan 2
W

386

Starting method

Direct start

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Cooling: 220, Heating: 180

Cooling: 250, Heating: 220

Shock & vibration absorber

Cooling: 260, Heating: 240

Rubber mount (for compressor)


Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating
protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

mm(in)

Liquid line: 12.7 (1/2")


Suction gas line: 22.22(7/8")
Discharge gas line: 19.05(3/4")

Connecting method

Liquid line: 12.7 (1/2")


Suction gas line: 28.58(11/8")
Discharge gas line: 22.22(7/8")

Suction or discharge line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain ( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs, 45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

Indoor units to be combined

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
(3) The FDCA335HKXRE4R-K is an exclusive combination unit.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding outdoor unit

Number of indoor units that


can be connected

FDCA335HKXRE4R-K

FDCA400HKXRE4R

1~23 units

FDCA450HKXRE4R

1~26 units

Branching system
In the upstream of a branching controller(1) In the downstrean of a branching controller(1)
Downstream Capacity less than 180
Downstream Capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1-R
DIS-22-1
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1-R
DIS-180-1
Downstream Capacity 371 to less than 540
Downstream Capacity 371 less than 180
DIS-371-1-R
DIS-371-1
Downstream Capacity 540 or more
Downstream Capacity 540 or more
DIS-540-1-R
DIS-540-1-R

Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.
Integrated branching controller part numbers

Branching controller part numbers


Branching controller

Number of connectable units

Integrated branching controller

Number of connectable units

Total capacity downstream Last than 112: PFD112-E

1~5

Total capacity downstream Last than 180: PFD180-E

1~8

Total capacity downstream


Last than 371: PFD112X4-ER

1~16

Total capacity downstream Last than 280: PFD280-E

1~10

Note (1) An indoor unit with a capacity up to 112 can be connected.

13 -

Models FDCA504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R


Models
Item

FDCA504HKXRE4R

FDCA560HKXRE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Power source
Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

50.4

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

56.5

63.0

dB(A)

Cooling: 61, Heating: 61.5

Cooling: 62, Heating: 62.5

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

56.0

mm

2048

1350

kg

720

345

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

GT-C5150ND78A 2

Starting method

Direct line starting

Capacity control

Crankcase heater

11 ~ 107

9 ~ 107

33

Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A

Quantity

kg

19.4

Refrigerant oil

4.2 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan 2
W

386

Starting method

Direct start

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Cooling: 270, Heating: 250

Shock & vibration absorber

Rubber mount (for compressor)


Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating
protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 12.7(1/2")


Suction gas line: 28.58(11/8")
Discharge gas line: 22.22 (7/8")

mm(in)

Connecting method

Gas line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain ( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs, 45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

Indoor units to be combined

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding Outdoor Unit

Branching System

Number of Indoor Units that


can be Connected

In the upstream of a branching controller In the downstrean of a branching controller


Downstream Capacity less than 180
Downstream Capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1-R
DIS-22-1
1~29 units
FDCA504HKXRE4R
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1-R
DIS-180-1
Downstream Capacity 371 to less than 540
DIS-371-1-R
1~33 units
FDCA560HKXRE4R
Downstream Capacity 540 or more
DIS-540-1-R
Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.
Integrated branching controller part numbers

Branching controller part numbers


Branching controller

Number of connectable units

Integrated branching controller

Number of connectable units

Total capacity downstream Last than 112: PFD112-E

1~5

Total capacity downstream Last than 180: PFD180-E

1~8

Total capacity downstream


Last than 371: PFD112X4-ER

1~16

Total capacity downstream Last than 280: PFD280-E

1~10

Note (1) An indoor unit with a capacity up to 112 can be connected.

14 -

Models FDCA615HKXRE4R, 680HKXRE4R


Models

FDCA615HKXRE4R

Item
Power source

FDCA680HKXRE4R

3 Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

Nominal cooling capacity(1)

kW

61.5

Nominal heating capacity(1)

kW

69.0

73.0

dB(A)

Cooling: 64, Heating: 64

Cooling: 64.5, Heating: 64.5

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

68.0

mm

2048

kg

1350

720

365

Refrigerant equipment
compressor type & Q' ty

GT-C5150ND78A 2

Starting method

Direct line starting

Capacity control
Crankcase heater

8 ~ 110

8 ~ 100

33

Straight fin & inner grooved tubing

Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control

Electronic expansion valve

Refrigerant

R410A

Quantity

kg

26.2

Refrigerant oil

4.4 (M-MA32R)

Defrost control

Microcomputer controlled De-Icer

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty
Motor

Propeller fan 2
W

386

Starting method

Direct start

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Cooling: 270, Heating: 250

Shock & vibration absorber

Rubber mount (for compressor)


Compressor overheat protection, overcurrent protection, power transistor overheating
protection, abnormal high pressure protection

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 12.7(1/2")


Suction gas line: 28.58(11/8")
Discharge gas line: 25.4 (1")

mm(in)

Connecting method

Gas line:Brazing, Liquid line:Flare

Drain

Hole for drain ( 20

Insulation for piping

6pcs, 45

3pcs)

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)


_

Accessories

FDURA45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140


FDEA36, 45, 56, 71, 112, 140
FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56, 71
FDFLA28, 45, 71
FDFUA28, 45, 56, 71

FDTCA22, 28, 36, 45, 56


FDTA28, 36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTWA28, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140
FDTQA22, 28, 36
FDTSA22, 28, 36, 45, 71
FDQMA22, 28, 36
FDUA224, 280
FDUMA36, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140

Indoor units to be combined

Notes (1) The cooling and heating capabilities imply the values when the indoor unit of rated capacity is connected under the condition specified in ISO-T1.
(2) The refrigerant quantity in the connecting pipe is not included Charge it additionally at the site.
List of branch pipe part numbers (Select parts in accordance with the branching system used.)
Corresponding Outdoor Unit

Number of Indoor Units that


can be Connected

FDCA615HKXRE4R

2~36 units

FDCA680HKXRE4R

2~40 units

Branching System
In the upstream of a branching controller
Downstream Capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1-R
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1-R
Downstream Capacity 371 to less than 540
DIS-371-1-R
Downstream Capacity 540 or more
DIS-540-1-R

In the downstrean of a branching controller


Downstream Capacity less than 180
DIS-22-1
Downstream Capacity 180 to less than 371
DIS-180-1

Note (1) In the branch piping method, the way branch piping is run needs to be in accordance with the total downstream capacity of the indoor units.
Branching controller part numbers

Integrated branching controller part numbers

Branching controller

Number of connectable units

Integrated branching controller

Number of connectable units

Total capacity downstream Last than 112: PFD112-E

1~5

Total capacity downstream Last than 180: PFD180-E

1~8

Total capacity downstream


Last than 371: PFD112X4-ER

1~16

Total capacity downstream Last than 280: PFD280-E

1~10

Note (1) An indoor unit with a capacity up to 112 can be connected.

15 -

2.2 Exterior dimensions


(1) KX series
Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R
Unit: mm

Liquid piping: 9.52 (3/8")


(Flare connecting)

40
99

53

48

Gas piping: 15.88 (5/8")


(Flare connecting)

Terminal block
Liquid piping: 9.52 (3/8")
(Flare connecting)
Gas piping: 15.88 (5/8")
(Flare connecting)

1300

Opening for electric wiring

55
50

110
195
50

Opening for piping


and electric wiring

50

10

195

110

628
650

Opening for
electric wiring

50
50

27

15

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and electric wiring

970

15

200

Electric wiring

103

60

15
70

388

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( 20 3pcs.)

50

262

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and electric wiring

150

370
55

38

410
20

60

40

580

190
60

40

20

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(M10 4pcs.)

15

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40
50

VIEW A
Required space for maintenance and air flow

Minimum allowable space to the obstacles


Unit:mm

L3
L2

Installation
type

Air inlet
L4

Air
inlet

L1

Maintenance
space

L1

Open

Open

500

L2

300

Open

L3

150

300

150

L4

Mark

Air outlet

Notes
(1) Avoid the location where four sides are entirely surrounded by walls.
(2) Fix the unit by anchor bolts without fail. Restrict the
protrusion length of anchor bolt to 15 mm and under.
(3) When strong wind blows against the unit, direct the air
outlet port at a right angle to the wind direction.
(4) Secure the space of 1 m and over at the top of unit.
(5) Make the height of obstruction wall in front of air outlet
port lower than the height of unit.

16 -

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piping connection pipe
9.52(3/8")
Refrigerant gas
piping connection pipe
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450 type: 28.58(11/8")

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piping connection
pipe
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L2
L3
L4
H1
H2
H3
H4

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500
10
100
10
1500

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L4

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100

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Air
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Not limited Not limited

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1000
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exit hole
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entry hole
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pipe

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86.1

80.5
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250
175

342
235

148
410

352 158
530

2710
510
360

850
1000

850
1000

726

647

19

58.5

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included refrigerant piping
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166

342
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90

141

58.5

352 158
530

120
240
296.7
295 174
22
720
22

85

148
410

   

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169
211
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(2) KXR series


Models FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R

Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
224,280: 9.52(3/8")
335: 12.7(1/2")
Refrigerant suction
gas piping connection
pipe
224: 19.05(3/4")
280,335: 22.22(7/8")

1350

250
175

74.5
185

172

166
169
263
282
317

682

piping 95
6 Refrigerant
exit hole
86.1

104.9
Power supply
entry hole
232 (50) Power supply
entry hole
(40 80)

90

(88 or 100)

80.5
71

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

22

850
1000

6 Model name label

296.7

85
101

58.5

250
175

Power supply
connection
terminal box

80

174
720

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88 or 100)

Anchor bolt hole


(M10 4pcs.)

(425)

352

158
530

342
235

22

148
410

Air inlet
Drain hole
Hole size for anchor bolt hole (20,6pcs.)
(425)

140

85

240
295

57

647
58.5

594
232

726
19

(Anchor bolt position)

19

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

Signal wire
connection
terminal box

120

175

Drain hose

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
224: 15.88(5/8")
280,335: 19.05(3/4")

84

7-segment
display

1690

797.8

126.2

720

Unit:mm

Drain waste water


hose hole
(45,3pcs.)

Dimensions after connecting included


refrigerant piping (Top view)

Refrigerant suction
gas piping connection
pipe
224:19.05(3/4")
280,335:22.22(7/8")

64.9
114

Back

55
104
171.6

Wall
height H3

44.7
20

166
86.5

Air
inlet

L2

220 180

550

Carrying in or
hole for hanging
(180 44.7)

180 214

Air
inlet
Wall
height H2

Wall height H4

L4

Air
inlet

( ) Air inlet
Service
space

VIEW A
-

25 -

L1

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88 or 100)

L3

Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
224,280:9.52(3/8")
335:12.7(1/2")

Wall height H1

Installation
example
Dimensions

L
L2
L3
L4
H
H2
H3
H4

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
224:15.88(5/8")
280,335:19.05(3/4")
Unit:mm

500
10
100
10
1500

Open

10
100

Open

Not limited Not limited


1000 Not limited
Not limited

Models FDCA335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R

Unit:mm
Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
12.7(1/2")

1350

126.2
850
1000

250
175

166
169
211
248.1
282
317
172

682

120
296.7
240
295 174
720
22

85

57

647
58.5

594
232

726
19

piping 95
6 Refrigerant
6
exit hole
Model name label
104.9
86.1
(88 or 100)
Power supply
Refrigerant equalization
entry hole
piping connection pipe
(50)
9.52(3/8")
74.5 232 Power supply
80.5
entry hole
71
185
(40 80)

85
101

58.5

250
175

Power supply
connection
terminal box

80

(Anchor bolt position)

19

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

Signal wire
connection
terminal box

Anchor bolt hole


(M10 4pcs.)

148
410

Air inlet
Drain hole
Hole size for anchor bolt hole (20,6pcs.)
(425)

(425)

352

158
530

342
235

140

175

Drain hose

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
335:19.05(3/4")
400:22.22(7/8")

84

7-segment
display

1690

797.8

Refrigerant suction
gas piping connection
pipe
335:22.22( 7/8")
400:28.58(1 1/8")

90

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88 or 100)

22

720

Drain waste water


hose hole
(45,3pcs.)

Dimensions after connecting included Refrigerant suction

gas piping connection


pipe
335:22.22(7/8")
400:28.58(1 1/8")

66.4
114

Back refrigerant piping (Top view)

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88 or 100)

20
220 180

550

Carrying in or
hole for hanging
(180 44.7)

180 214

Air
inlet
Wall
height H2

Wall height H4

L4

Air
inlet
space )
( Service
Air inlet

L1

44.7

L2

166
86.5

Air
inlet

Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
12.7(1/2")
L3

Wall
height H3

52.3

Refrigerant equalization
piping connection pipe
9.52(3/8")

VIEW A

26 -

Wall height H1

222.1
Installation
example
Dimensions

L
L2
L3
L4
H
H2
H3
H4

55
104
171.6

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
335:19.05(3/4")
400:22.22(7/8")
Unit:mm

500
10
100
10
1500

Open

10
100

Open

Not limited Not limited


1000 Not limited
Not limited

Model FDCA450HKXRE4R

Unit:mm
Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
12.7(1/2")

1350

126.2

250
175

166
169
211
248.1
282
317
172

682

232 Power supply

74.5
185

Anchor bolt hole


(M10 4pcs.)

85

148
410

(425)

352

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

80.5
71

entry hole
(40 80)

Air inlet
Drain hole
(20,6pcs.)
Hole size for anchor bolt hole
(425)

90

(88 or 100)

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

57

647

58.5

piping 95
6 Refrigerant
exit hole
86.1

104.9

594
232

726
19

Model name label


Oil equalization
piping connection pipe
9.52(3/8")

120
296.7
240
295 174
22
720

850
1000

Power supply
connection
terminal box

85
101

58.5

250
175

80

(Anchor bolt position)

19

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

Signal wire
connection
terminal box

158
530

342
235

140

175

Drain hose

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
22.22(7/8")

84

Check of
7-segment

1690

797.8

Refrigerant suction
gas piping connection
pipe
28.58(1 1/8")

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88 or 100)

22

720

Drain waste water


hose hole
(45,3pcs.)

Dimensions after connecting included Refrigerant suction

gas piping connection


pipe
28.58(1 1/8")

66.4
114

Back refrigerant piping (Top view)

86.5

20

166

44.7

L2

220 180

550

180 214

Air
inlet

Air
inlet
Wall
height H2

Carrying in or
hole for hanging
(180 44.7)
VIEW A

Wall height H4

L4

Air
inlet

( )Air inlet
Service
space

27 -

L1

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88 or 100)

Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
12.7(1/2")
L3

Wall
height H3

52.3

Oil equalization
piping connection pipe
9.52(3/8")

Wall height H1

222.1
Installation
example
Dimensions

L
L2
L3
L4
H
H2
H3
H4

55
104
171.6

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
22.22(7/8")
Unit:mm

500
10
100
10
1500

Open

10
100

Open

Not limited Not limited


1000 Not limited
Not limited

Models FDCA504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R, 680HKXRE4R


126.2

Unit : mm
720

1350

1155.8

Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
12.7(1/2")
Refrigerant suction
gas piping connection
pipe

2048

28.58(1 1/8")

Check of
7-segment

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

Oil equalization
piping connection pipe
9.52(3/8")
74.5
185

90

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

80.5
71

Power supply
entry hole
(4080)

(425)

174
720
352

410
Hole size for anchor bolt hole

158
530

Drain hole
(20,6pcs.)

342

22

148

Air inlet

140

85

(425)

Anchor bolt hole


(M104pcs.)

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88100)

240
295

57

647

594
232

296.7

232

95

22

250
175

120

850
1000

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88100)

86.1

104.9

172

166
169
211
Model name label

248.1
282
317

682

Power supply
connection
terminal box

80

85
101

250
175

58.5

726
19

(Anchor bolt position)

19

58.5

Power supply
entry hole
(50)

Signal wire
connection
terminal box

84

175

Drain hose

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
504, 560:22.22(7/8")
615, 680:25.4(1")

Drain waste water


hose hole
(45,3pcs.)

235

Dimensions after connecting included


refrigerant piping (Top view)

Refrigerant suction
gas piping connection
pipe
28.58(1 1/8")

66.4
114

Back

9.52(3/8")

55
104

52.3

Oil equalization
piping connection pipe

171.6

Refrigerant liquid
piping connection
pipe
12.7(1/2")

Refrigerant discharge
gas piping connection
pipe
504, 560:22.22(7/8")
615, 680:25.4(1")

222.1

86.5
220 180
550
Carrying in or
hole for hanging

L4

Air
inlet

Air
inlet

( Service
space )
Air inlet

(180 44.7)

VIEW A
-

Wall height H4

L2

Wall
height H2

180 214

Air
inlet

28 -

L1

20

166

44.7

Refrigerant piping
exit hole
(88 or 100)

L3

Unit:mm
Wall
height H3

Wall height H1

Installation
example

500
10
100
10
1500

Open

Dimensions

L
L2
L3
L4
H
H2
H3
H4

10
100
Open

Not limited Not limited

1000
Not limited

Not limited

4way valve

Thermistor
(Tho-S)
Electronic
expansion valve
(SM1)
Electronic
expansion valve
(SM2)
Thermistor
Service valve
(Tho-D)
(Gas side)
High pressure
Service valve sensor
(PSH)
(Liquid side)

29 -

Solenoid valve
(Out side : SV2)
(In side : SV3)

Receiver
Receiver
Thermistor
(Tho-C)

Compressor

Thermistor
(Tho-R)

2.3 Inside view

Lower pressure
sensor
(PSL)

(1) KX series

Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R

Control box

30 -

Low pressure sensor


(PSL)
Service valve
(Gas side)

Control box
Solenoid valve
(SV1)
Solenoid valve
(SV6)

4way valve
(20S)
Compressor
(CM1)
High pressure switch
(63H1)

Service valve
(Liquid side)
High pressure sensor
(PSH)

Electronic expansion
valve
(EEVSC)

Models FDCA224HKXE4R, 280HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R

Electronic expansion
valve
(EEVH1)
Accumulator
Electronic expansion
valve
(EEVH2)
Receiver

Electronic expansion valve


(EEVH2)

31 -

Low pressure sensor


(PSL)

Control box

Receiver
Solenoid valve
(SV1)

Electronic expansion valve


(EEVSC)

Solenoid valve
(SV2)

Service valve
(Gas side)

Compressor 1
(CM1)

Accumulator
Service valve
(Liquid side)

Solenoid valve
(SV6)
Solenoid valve
(SV7)

Compressor 2
(CM2)

4 way valve
(20S)

Service valve
(Oil equalization side)

High pressure sensor


(PSH)

Models FDCA335HKXE4R-K, 400HKXE4R, 450HKXE4R, 504HKXE4R, 560HKXE4R, 615HKXE4R, 680HKXE4R

Electronic expansion valve


(EEVH1)

32 Control box
High pressure
sensor
(PSH)
Solenoid valve
(SV6)

High
pressure
switch
(63H1-1)
Compressor
(CM1)

Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH1)
Electronic
expansion valve
Receiver
(EEVH2)
4way valve Electronic
expansion valve
(20SL)
(EEVSC)
4way valve
(20S)
Solenoid valve
(SV11)
Service valve
(Liquid side)
Service valve
(Suction gas side)
Service valve
(Discharge gas side)

Accumulator

(2) KXR series

Models FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R

Low
pressure
sensor
(PSL)

33 -

Receiver
Solenoid valve
(SV4)
4way valve
(20S)
4way valve
(20SL)
Solenoid valve
(SV11)
Control box
High pressure
switch
(63H1-1)
Compressor
(CM1)
High pressure
sensor
(PSH)

Solenoid
valve
(SV6)
Solenoid
valve
(SV7)
Compressor
(CM2)

Service valve
(Liquid side)
Service valve
Service valve (Oil equalization side)
(Suction gas side)
Service valve
(Discharge gas side)
High pressure
switch
(63H1-2)

Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH1)
Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH2)
Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVSC)

Accumulator

Models FDCA335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R, 450HKXRE4R, 504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R,


680HKXRE4R

Low pressure
sensor
(PSL)

2.4 Exterior appearance


Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R

Polar white

Models FDCA224HKXE4R, 280HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R-K, 400HKXE4R, 450HKXE4R


504HKXE4R, 560HKXE4R, 615HKXE4R, 680HKXE4R
224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R, 450HKXRE4R
504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R, 680HKXRE4R

Polar white

34 -

2.5 Noise level


Measured based on JIS B 8616
Mike position as highest noise level in position as below
Distance from front side 1m
Height
1m
(1) KX series

Heating

Cooling

80

N80
70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

63

125

250

500

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

1000

2000

4000

30
8000

30
63

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

250

500

1000

2000

4000

70

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

1000

70

60

60

N60

50

50

N50

40

40

4000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

30
8000

500

1000

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

63

125

250

500

1000

Cooling

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

0
1000

2000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

35 -

4000

30
8000

Heating

80

80

N80
70

500

2000

Model FDCA504HKXE4R
Noise level 60 dB (A) at cooling
60.5 dB (A) at heating

N70

250

N40

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

70

125

Heating
80

30

80

63

30
8000

N80

N80

30

4000

N3

Heating

N3

2000

80

30
8000

80

N40

N3

2000

2000

Cooling

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

500

Heating

N70

1000

250

250

N40

125

125

Cooling

Model FDCA450HKXE4R
Noise level 61 dB (A) at cooling
61 dB (A) at heating

70

500

40

N40

Model FDCA335HKXE4R-K
Noise level 56 dB (A) at cooling
57 dB (A) at heating

N70

63

80

250

40

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

N80

125

50

N50

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

70

30

30
8000

80

63

50

Heating

N3

Model FDCA400HKXE4R
Noise level 58.5 dB (A) at cooling
59 dB (A) at heating

30

60

N60

63

80

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Cooling

60

30

30
8000

N80

N40

4000

80

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

N70

N3

2000

Cooling

70

70

125

1000

Heating
80

63

500

70

N70

N3

Model FDCA335HKXE4R
Noise level 60.5 dB (A) at cooling
61 dB (A) at heating

80

30

250

70

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Model FDCA280HKXE4R
Noise level 57 dB (A) at cooling
58 dB (A) at heating
Cooling

125

80

N80

N40

N3

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

30

70

70

Heating

80

80

N80

N40

N3

Cooling

Heating

80

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

80

Model FDCA224HKXE4R
Noise level 57 dB (A) at cooling
57 dB (A) at heating

30
8000

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Cooling

Model FDCA160HKXES4R
Noise level 53 dB (A) at cooling
53 dB (A) at heating

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Models FDCA140HKXEN4R,
140HKXES4R
Noise level 53 dB (A) at cooling
53 dB (A) at heating

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N3

30
63

125

250

500

N40

30
1000 2000 4000 8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Model FDCA560HKXE4R
Noise level 60.5 dB (A) at cooling
62.5 dB (A) at heating
Heating

Cooling

80

80

Heating
80

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

63

125

250

500

1000

2000

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

70

N70

30

80

N80

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

N3

30

30
8000

4000

Heating

80

N80

70

Cooling

80

N80

N3

Model FDCA680HKXE4R
Noise level 63.5 dB (A) at cooling
63.5 dB (A) at heating

63

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

125

250

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Cooling

Model FDCA615HKXE4R
Noise level 63 dB (A) at cooling
63 dB (A) at heating

30
1000 2000 4000 8000

500

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

N3

30
63

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

125

250

30
1000 2000 4000 8000

500

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

(2) KXR series


Model FDCA224HKXRE4R
Noise level 57 dB (A) at cooling
57 dB (A) at heating

Cooling

Heating

Heating

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

30
63

125

250

500

1000

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

N3

2000

4000

30
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

Model FDCA335HKXRE4R-K
Noise level 57 dB (A) at cooling
57.5 dB (A) at heating

Cooling

60

N60
50

N50
40

30
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

70

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

63

125

250

500

1000

2000

Cooling

Heating
80

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

30
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

30
8000

1000

2000

Heating
80

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

30
63

125

70

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

125

250

500

1000

N40
2000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

36 -

1000

2000

4000

30
8000

Cooling

Heating
80

80

N80

N70

63

500

Model FDCA560HKXRE4R
Noise level 62 dB (A) at cooling
62.5 dB (A) at heating

70

30

250

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

80

N40

Heating

N3

30
8000

4000

70

N80

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

60

30
8000

4000

80

N80
70

500

N3

Model FDCA504HKXRE4R
Noise level 61 dB (A) at cooling
61.5 dB (A) at heating

N70

250

80

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

70

125

N40

30

30
8000

80

N3

Cooling

N70

N3

Model FDCA450HKXRE4R
Noise level 62.5 dB (A) at cooling
62.5 dB (A) at heating

N40

N3

N80

70

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Cooling

40

40

63

80

N40

N3

N50

N80

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

70

N70

40

50

50

Heating

N80

50

N60

Model FDCA450HKXRE4R
Noise level 62.5 dB (A) at cooling
62.5 dB (A) at heating

80

80

60

60

60

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Model FDCA400HKXRE4R
Noise level 59.5 dB (A) at cooling
60 dB (A) at heating

Heating

70

N70

30

30
8000

4000

70

70

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Cooling

N40

N3

30
8000

80

80

N80

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

70

N70
60

Heating

80

N80

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002 bar)

70

Cooling
80

80

80

N80

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

80

Model FDCA335HKXRE4R
Noise level 60.5 dB (A) at cooling
62.5 dB (A) at heating

30
8000

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

Cooling

Model FDCA280HKXRE4R
Noise level 57 dB (A) at cooling
59 dB (A) at heating

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

N3

30
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

30
8000

Model FDCA615HKXRE4R
Noise level 64 dB (A) at cooling
64 dB (A) at heating
Cooling

Model FDCA680HKXRE4R
Noise level 64.5 dB (A) at cooling
64.5 dB (A) at heating
Cooling

Heating

80

Heating
80

80

80

N80

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

63

125

250

500

1000

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40

N3
30

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

N80

2000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

30
8000

N40

N3

30
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

37 -

30
8000

CNW1
CNA1

V(WH)

Tr

RD
WH

CNT1

CNT2

SW2

CNH
LED1
7SEG1

RD

RD

RD

Operation Error signal


signal output output

LED3

CNA2

CNN7

CNN8

CNL2

CNY

PC

Checker

CNV

CNE

LED2

7SEG2

CNL1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

SW9

J13

J15

CNG2

Silent mode input

CNC2

CNU1

CNP1

BK
BK

BK
BK
Tho-P

CNJ

Tho-C

CND CNB1

BK
BK

CNX1

6 5 4 3 2 1

FM02

J8

Tho-D

J6

BK
BK

C2

CNACW2

FM01

Mark
CNA~X
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW5-6,7,8
SW7
SW8
SW9
J1~J3
J5,6
J8
J13
J15
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2

CNG1

Printed circuit board

CNFM2
7 5 3 1

6 5 4 3 2 1

CM

Demand signal input


Forced cooling/heating
signal input

Tho-S

Y
CNACW1

J5

BK
BK

W N

C3

J3

Y
Y

CNFM1
7 5 3 1
OR
WH
BL
BK
BR

BK

WH

J2

B
TBX

To signal wire
(to indoor unit)

Parts name
Connector
Address setting SW for the number of tens
Address setting SW for the number of units
Inspection LED reset
Capacity measurement mode
Clear deta
7-segment indicate unit digit
7-segment indicate unit digit
Unit selector
Demand capacity selector
Anti-snow measures
External input selector level/pulse
Defrost start temperature selector
Inspection indication (red)
Inspection indication (green)
Inspection indication (green)
7-segment LED (function indication)
7-segment LED (data indication)

Tho-R

38 -

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM
Compressor motor
FMO1,2 Fan motor
CH
Crankcase heater
20S
Four-way valve (coil)
SV2,3
Solenoid valve (oil separator)
EEVc,h Electronic expansion valve
Tho-A
Thermistor (outdoor temp.)
Tho-C
Thermistor (dome bottom)
Tho-D
Thermistor (discharge pipe)
Tho-R
Thermistor (heat exchanger)
Tho-P
Thermistor (power transistor)
Tho-S
Thermistor (suction pipe)
PSL
Low pressure sensor
PSH
High pressure sensor
CT
Current sensor
Tr
Transformer
TB,TBX Terminal block
F
Fuse

BL

RD

U
Y/GN

J1

SW7

Inverter

External operation
signal input

SW8

BK

CNI1

WH

BL
Y
OR
WH

PSH

WH
CNS2

Printed
circuit
board

RD
WH
BK

CNS1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNI2

PSL

WH

ON
OFF

CT1

RD
WH
BK

SW5

SW3

Tho-A

Color mark
Nark
Color
BR
Brown
RD
Red
WH
White
BL
Blue
BK
Black
OR
Orange
Y
Yellow
Y/GN
Yellow/Green

CNN1

RD

BK

SW1

W(BL)

CM
Compressor terminal
arrangement

SV3

SV2

20S

10V

15.1V
N(BK)

CNR1

OR
WH
BL
BK
BR

U(RD)

EEVh

BK

L N
Y/GN

BR

EEVc
CH

WH

WH

BR

Noise filiter

F(5A)

Y/GN

Circuit breaker

Earth leakage breaker

RD

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON For servicing use
SW3-4
OFF Normal operation
ON Check operation
SW3-5
OFF Normal operation
ON Forced cooling/heating mode
SW3-7
OFF Normal operation
ON Test mode
SW3-8
OFF Normal operation
ON Test run
SW5-1
OFF Normal operation
ON Cooling during test run
SW5-2
OFF Heating during test run
ON Pump down operation
SW5-3
OFF Normal operation

2.6 Electrical wiring

RD

(1) KX series

TB
L

Model FDCA140HKXEN4R

Power Source
1 Phase
220-240V 50Hz

Y/GN

F(3.15A)

CNW1

CNR1

CNN1

SV3
BL

CNT2

SV2

CNN7

BL

CNT1

20S

BL

EEVh

BL

EEVc

BK

L1 N L2

BK

BR

CH

BL

BR

Noise filiter

BK

RD
WH

Y/GN

Circuit breaker

Earth leakage breaker

TB
RD
L1
WH
L2
BL
L3
BK
N

CNN8

CNA1
SW1

SW2

Operation Error signal


signal output output

LED3
RD
WH
BL

V(WH)

10V

CNH

CNA2

LED1

15.1V

7SEG1

CT1

CNV

CNE
CNL1

7SEG2

SW3

SW5

52C1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNM1
BL
Y
OR
WH

FM01

Mark
CNA~X
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW5-6,7,8
SW7
SW8
SW9
J1~J3
J5,6
J8
J13
J15
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2

6 5 4 3 2 1

FM02

J13

J15

CNG2

Silent mode input

Printed circuit board


CNX1

CND CNB1

CNJ

CNC1

CNU1

CNP1
BK
BK

CNACW2

J8

Tho-P

CNACW1

J6

BK
BK

39 -

Y/GN

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM
Compressor motor
FMO1,2 Fan motor
52C1
Magnetic contactor for CM
CH
Crankcase heater
20S
Four-way valve (coil)
SV2,3
Solenoid valve (oil separator)
EEVc,h Electronic expansion valve
Tho-A
Thermistor (outdoor temp.)
Tho-C
Thermistor (dome bottom)
Tho-D
Thermistor (discharge pipe)
Tho-R
Thermistor (heat exchanger)
Tho-P
Thermistor (power transistor)
Tho-S
Thermistor (suction pipe)
PSL
Low pressure sensor
PSH
High pressure sensor
CT
Current sensor
Tr
Transformer
TB, TBX Terminal block
F
Fuse

Demand signal input

CNG1

Tho-C

C4

6 5 4 3 2 1

CM

External operation
signal input

Forced cooling/heating
signal input

BK
BK

BL

CNFM2
7 5 3 1

J5

B
TBX

To signal wire
(to indoor unit)

Parts name
Connector
Address setting SW for the number of tens
Address setting SW for the number of units
Inspection LED reset
Capacity measurement mode
Clear deta
7-segment indicate unit digit
7-segment indicate tens digit
Unit selector
Demand capacity selector
Anti-snow measures
External input selector level/pulse
Defrost start temperature selector
Inspection indication (red)
Inspection indication (green)
Inspection indication (green)
7-segment LED (function indication)
7-segment LED (data indication)

Tho-D

WH

C3

J3

BK
BK

RD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Tho-S

J2

BK
BK

J1

Tho-R

SW7

Y
Y

CNI1

CNFM1
7 5 3 1

PSH

SW8

Inverter

RD
WH
BK

WH
CNS2

Tho-A

Printed
circuitboard

PSL

WH

SW9

CNI2

BK

CM
Compressor terminal
arrangement

RD
WH
BK

CNS1

WH

W(BL)

Color mark
Nark
Color
BR
Brown
RD
Red
WH
White
BL
Blue
BK
Black
OR
Orange
Y
Yellow
Y/GN
Yellow/Green

Checker

ON
OFF

OR
WH
BL
BK
BR

N(BK)

CNY

PC

LED2

OR
WH
BL
BK
BR

U(RD)

Tr

CNL2

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON For servicing use
SW3-4
OFF Normal operation
ON Check operation
SW3-5
OFF Normal operation
ON Forced cooling/heating mode
SW3-7
OFF Normal operation
ON Test mode
SW3-8
OFF Normal operation
ON Test run
SW5-1
OFF Normal operation
ON Cooling during test run
SW5-2
OFF Heating during test run
ON Pump down operation
SW5-3
OFF Normal operation

Models FDCA140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R

Power Source
3 Phase
380-415V 50Hz
/380V 60Hz

BK

CNN2

BK

CNN8

BK

CNN6

Va3

Va2

Va1

TB1

SV6

FMC1
CNN11

BK

BR

CNR1

BK

SV1

CNN1

RD

BL

L3

20S

CH1

F (3.15A)

63H1-1

52C1

WH

CNW1

SA

WH

CNX1

RD
WH
BL

BK

10V
CNA2
16.5V
19.5V

Y/GN

Signal line

A
B

Tr

X09

X07

X05

X04

X01

CNL2

CNL1

X01

X12

X04

X07

X05

X09
CNH

SW1

TB2

PWB1

CNQ1

X12

CNA1
52C1

SW2

7SEG1

7SEG2

SW3
ON
OFF

CT1

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNE

CNY

Checker

CNG1

SW5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNI1

N2

TB2
N

Inverter
PWB2-1

IPM

C1-1

+ -

J15

LED1

J16

LED2

BK

BK

BK

BK

BK

Tho-P1

Tho-S

Tho-SC

Tho-H

CNF1 CNF2

Tho-C1

CNJ

BK

CNP1

BK

BK

Tho-R3

CNU1

Tho-R4

BK

Tho-R2

Silent mode
input

LED3

Tho-D1

BK

Tho-R1

CNDCW1
CNDCW2
P
GN
RD
BK

P3

P2

CNS2

WH

CNS1

WH

Demand
External
input

U (RD)
CNO1

CNW1 CNW2

C2-1

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

CNO2

EEV board

CNEEV1

CNEEV2

CNEEV3

V (WH)

PWB4

CT1-1

UV

CM1

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM1
Compressor motor
FMO1,2 Fan motor (outdoor unit)
52C1
Magnetic contactor for CM
CH1
Crankcase heater
X01~12 Auxiliary relay
20S
4way valve
SV1
Solenoid valve (CM1:bypass)
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM1)
SV6
EEVH1,2 Expansion valve for heating
EEVSC Expansion valve for SC
63H1-1 High pressure switch (for protection)
Tho-A Thermistor (outdoor air temp)
Tho-C1 Thermistor (dome temp)
Tho-D1 Thermistor (discharge temp)
Tho-P1 Thermistor (IPM temp)
Tho-S
Thermistor (suction temp)
Tho-SC Thermistor (SC1 temp)
Tho-H Thermistor (SC2 temp)
Tho-R1 Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)

EEV
H1

Mark
Tho-R2
Tho-R3
Tho-R4
PSL
PSH
CT1
SA
Tr
Va1~3
TB1,2
F
CNA-Z
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW4-1~4
SW4-5
SW4-6
SW4-7
SW4-8
SW5-4~8

Parts name
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Low pressure sensor
High pressure sensor
Current sensor
Arrestor
Transformer
Varistor
Terminal block
Fuse
Connector
Outdoor unit address (tens digit)
Outdoor unit address (unit digit)
L.E.D.reset
Set up model
Demand
Demand
Address setting switch (masterslave)
Address setting switch (masterslave)
Spare

EEV
H2

Mark
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
J11,12
J13
J14
J15
J16
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2
L1,L2
C1-1,2,C2-1,2
PWB1~4
IPM
FMC1,2

Y/GN

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

CNI3

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

RD
WH
BL

U V W

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

40 -

CNI2

J14

CND CNB1 CNB2 CNB3 CNB4 CNC1

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

R2-1
L1

GN

BK

CNR

J13

FMO2

FMO1
RD
BK

J12

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

BK
RD

-6

J11

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

+4

R1-1

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

SW9

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

RD
WH
BL
G

SW7
CNDC2

CNDC1

DM1

SW10

Tho-A

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

SW8

PSH

Operation
output
Trouble
output

CNG2

(RS232C)

Noise filter
PWB3-1

PSL

RD
WH
BK

Cooling/Heating
forced input

CNV

WH/OR/Y/BL

RD
WH
BK

EEV
SC

Parts name
Data clear/insert
7seg indicate (unit digit)
7seg indicate (tens digit)
Reset
Set up model (volt)
External input select level/pulse
Defrost recover temp
Defrost start temp
Heat recovery unit

Indication lamp (red)


Indication lamp (green)
Indication lamp (green for service)
7seg L.E.D. (function indication)
7seg L.E.D. (data indication)
D.C.reactor
Condensor
Printed wiring board
Intelligent power module
Fan for IPM

W (BL)

CM Terminal
Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON Auto backup operation
SW3-2
OFF Regular operation
ON Set of renewal
SW3-3
OFF Regular operation
ON Check mode non-available
SW3-4
OFF Check mode available
ON Check of trial operation
SW3-5
OFF Regular operation
ON Pipe wash mode
SW3-6
OFF Regular operation
ON Forced cooling/heating
SW3-7
OFF Regular operation
ON Test mode
SW3-8
OFF Regular operation
ON Trial operation
SW5-1
OFF Regular operation
ON Trial operation mode/cooling
SW5-2
OFF Trial operation mode/heating
ON Pump down operation
SW5-3
OFF Regular operation

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK Black
BL Blue
BR Brawn
GN Green
GR Gray
OR Orange
RD Red
WH White
Y Yellow
P Pink
Y/GN Yellow/Green

Models FDCA224HKXE4R, 280HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R

RD

L1
L2

CNM1 BL

Power Source
3Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

SV7

CNN3

BK

CNW1

SA

WH

CNX1

A
B

RD
WH
BL

RD
WH
BL

BK

10V
CNA2
16.5V
19.5V

Y/GN

Signal line

Tr

X10

X09

X07

X06

X05

X04

X02

X01

X13

PWB1

CNQ2

CNL2

CNL1

X12

X13

X02

X01

X04

X06

X05

X07

X09

X10
CNH

SW1

TB2

CNQ1

X12

CNA1
52C2

52C1

63H1-2

63H1-1

SV6
CNN21

BK

BK

FMC2

CNN2

BK

BK

CNN7

BK

CNN6

BK

CNN1

BR

RD

Va3

FMC1
CNN11

CNM2 WH

Va1

Va2

SV2

SV1

CH2

CH1
BR

CNR1

BK

CNR2

L3

20S

SW2

7SEG1

7SEG2

SW3
ON
OFF

CT1
L3

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNE

CNY

Checker

CNG1

SW5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNI1

Inverter
PWB2-1

IPM

C1-1

C2-1

P2

RD
WH
BL

CT1-1
WH/OR/Y/BL

UV

CM1

P3

Inverter
PWB2-2

IPM

CT2-1

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM1,2 Compressor motor
FMO1,2 Fan motor (outdoor unit)
52C1,2 Magnetic contactor for CM
CH1,2
Crankcase heater
X01~13 Auxiliary relay
20S
4way valve
SV1
Solenoid valve (CM1:bypass)
SV2
Solenoid valve (CM2:bypass)
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM1)
SV6
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM2)
SV7
EEVH1,2 Expansion valve for heating
EEVSC Expansion valve for SC
63H1-1,2 High pressure switch (for protection)
Tho-A Thermistor (outdoor air temp)
Tho-C1,2 Thermistor (dome temp)
Tho-D1,2 Thermistor (discharge temp)
Tho-P1,2 Thermistor (IPM temp)
Tho-S
Thermistor (suction temp)
Tho-SC Thermistor (SC1 temp)
Tho-H Thermistor (SC2 temp)
Tho-R1 Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)

U V

CM2

C1-2

+ -

CNW1 CNW2

CNO1

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

CNO2

LED2

Silent mode
input

LED3

BK

BK

BK

BK

BK

Tho-P1

Tho-S

Tho-SC

Tho-H

BK

Tho-D2

CNF1 CNF2

Tho-P2

BK

Tho-D1

BK

BK

Tho-R4

BK

BK

Tho-R3

Tho-C2

BK

Tho-R2

Tho-C1

BK

CNJ

CNS2

WH

CNS1

WH

Demand
External
input

CNEEV1

Mark
Tho-R2
Tho-R3
Tho-R4
PSL
PSH
CT1,CT2
SA
Tr
Va1~3
TB1,2
F
CNA-Z
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW4-1~4
SW4-5
SW4-6
SW4-7
SW4-8
SW5-4~8

RD
BK

CNK

EEV board

C2-2

CNEEV2

CNEEV3

EEV
H1

Parts name
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Low pressure sensor
High pressure sensor
Current sensor
Arrestor
Transformer
Varistor
Terminal block
Fuse
Connector
Outdoor unit address (tens digit)
Outdoor unit address (unit digit)
L.E.D.reset
Set up model
Demand
Demand
Address setting switch (masterslave)
Address setting switch (masterslave)
Spare

EEV
H2

Mark
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
J11,12
J13
J14
J15
J16
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2
L1,L2,L3
C1-1,2,C2-1,2
PWB1~4
IPM
FMC1,2

V (WH)

PWB4

U V W

CNI3

LED1

J16

U (RD)

N2

TB2

U V W

CNI3

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

R2-2

RD
BK

CNR

J15

CND CNB1 CNB2 CNB3 CNB4 CNC1 CNC2 CNU1 CNU2 CNP1 CNP2

Y/GN

+ -

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

N2

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

P3

TB2

RD
WH
BL

41 -

CNI2

P2

CNDCW1
CNDCW2

BK

GN

GN

L2

CNK

J14

FMO2

FMO1
RD
BK

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

BK
RD

-6

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

J13

Tho-R1

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

+4

R1-2

L1

R2-1

-6

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

+4

R1-1

J12

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

RD
WH
BL
AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

DM2

BK

CNR

CNDC2

CNDC1

DM1

J11

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

SW10
SW9

P
GN
RD
BK

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

SW8
SW7

Tho-A

CT2

Noise filter
PWB3-2

PSH

Operation
output
Trouble
output

CNG2

(RS232C)

Noise filter
PWB3-1

PSL

RD
WH
BK

Cooling/Heating
forced input

CNV

WH/OR/Y/BL

RD
WH
BK

EEV
SC

Parts name
Data clear/insert
7seg indicate (unit digit)
7seg indicate (tens digit)
Reset
Set up model (volt)
External input select level/pulse
Defrost recover temp
Defrost start temp
Heat recovery unit

Indication lamp (red)


Indication lamp (green)
Indication lamp (green for service)
7seg L.E.D. (function indication)
7seg L.E.D. (data indication)
D.C.reactor
Condensor
Printed wiring board
Intelligent power module
Fan for IPM

W (BL)

CM Terminal
Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON Auto backup operation
SW3-2
OFF Regular operation
ON Set of renewal
SW3-3
OFF Regular operation
ON Check mode non-available
SW3-4
OFF Check mode available
ON Check of trial operation
SW3-5
OFF Regular operation
ON Pipe wash mode
SW3-6
OFF Regular operation
ON Forced cooling/heating
SW3-7
OFF Regular operation
ON Test mode
SW3-8
OFF Regular operation
ON Trial operation
SW5-1
OFF Regular operation
ON Trial operation mode/cooling
SW5-2
OFF Trial operation mode/heating
ON Pump down operation
SW5-3
OFF Regular operation

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK Black
BL Blue
BR Brawn
GN Green
GR Gray
OR Orange
RD Red
WH White
Y Yellow
P Pink
Y/GN Yellow/Green

Models FDCA335HKXE4R-K, 400HKXE4R, 450HKXE4R

F (3.15A)

BL

TB1

52C2

52C1

WH

CNN8

RD

L1
L2

CNM1 BL

Power Source
3Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

SV7

BK

CNN21

CNW1

SA

WH

CNX1

A
B

RD
WH
BL

RD
WH
BL

BK

10V
CNA2
16.5V
19.5V

Y/GN

Signal line

Tr

X10

X09

X07

X06

X05

X04

X02

X01

X13

PWB1

CNQ2

CNL2

CNL1

X12

X13

X02

X01

X04

X06

X05

X07

X09

X10
CNH

SW1

TB2

CNQ1

X12

CNA1
52C2

52C1

63H1-2

63H1-1

SV6

CNN3

FMC2

BK

BK

BK

CNN7

BK

CNN6

BK

CNN1

BK

FMC1

CNN2

SV2

SV1

CNN11

CNM2 WH

RD
BR

CNM1 BL

Va3

Va2

Va1

TB1

CNR2

BR

CNR1

BK

20S

CH2

CH1

F (3.15A)

BL

L3

52C2

52C1

WH

CNN8

RD

L1
L2

SW2

7SEG1

7SEG2

SW3
ON
OFF

CT1

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNE

CNY

Checker

CNG1

SW5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNI1

PWB2-1

IPM

C1-1 C2-1

P2

CNR

CT1-1
WH/OR/Y/BL

PWB2-2

IPM

CT2-1

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM1,2 Compressor motor
FMO1,2 Fan motor (outdoor unit)
52C1,2 Magnetic contactor for CM
CH1,2
Crankcase heater
X01~13 Auxiliary relay
20S
4way valve
SV1
Solenoid valve (CM1:bypass)
SV2
Solenoid valve (CM2:bypass)
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM1)
SV6
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM2)
SV7
EEVH1,2 Expansion valve for heating
EEVSC Expansion valve for SC
63H1-1,2 High pressure switch (for protection)
Tho-A Thermistor (outdoor air temp)
Tho-C1,2 Thermistor (dome temp)
Tho-D1,2 Thermistor (discharge temp)
Tho-P1,2 Thermistor (IPM temp)
Tho-S
Thermistor (suction temp)
Tho-SC Thermistor (SC1 temp)
Tho-H Thermistor (SC2 temp)
Tho-R1 Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)

U V

CM2

CNW1 CNW2

Silent mode
input

LED3

BK

BK

BK

BK

BK

Tho-P1

Tho-S

Tho-SC

Tho-H

BK

Tho-D2

CNF1 CNF2

Tho-P2

BK

Tho-D1

BK

BK

Tho-R4

BK

BK

Tho-R3

Tho-C2

BK

Tho-R2

Tho-C1

BK

Tho-R1

CNJ

CNS2

WH

CNS1

WH

Demand
External
input

CNO1

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

CNO2

Mark
Tho-R2
Tho-R3
Tho-R4
PSL
PSH
CT1,CT2
SA
Tr
Va1~3
TB1,2
F
CNA-Z
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW4-1~4
SW4-5
SW4-6
SW4-7
SW4-8
SW5-4~8

CNK

EEV board

C2-2

CNEEV1

U V W

CNI3

C1-2

+ -

CNEEV2

CNEEV3

EEV
H1

Parts name
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Low pressure sensor
High pressure sensor
Current sensor
Arrestor
Transformer
Varistor
Terminal block
Fuse
Connector
Outdoor unit address (tens digit)
Outdoor unit address (unit digit)
L.E.D.reset
Set up model
Demand
Demand
Address setting switch (masterslave)
Address setting switch (masterslave)
Spare

EEV
H2

Mark
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
J11,12
J13
J14
J15
J16
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2
L1,L2
C1-1,2,C2-1,2
PWB1~4
IPM
FMC1,2

V (WH)

PWB4

RD
WH
BL

UV

CM1

Inverter

LED2

U (RD)

N2

TB2

U V W

CNI3

P3

LED1

J16

RD
BK

R2-2

BK

RD
BK

Y/GN

Inverter

J15

CND CNB1 CNB2 CNB3 CNB4 CNC1 CNC2 CNU1 CNU2 CNP1 CNP2

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

CNI2

+ -

CNDCW1
CNDCW2

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

TB2

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

P2 P3 N2

CNR

RD
WH
BL

42 -

GN

GN

BK

L2

CNK

J14

J13

FMO2

FMO1
RD
BK

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

BK
RD

-6

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

J12

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

+4

R1-2

L1

R2-1

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

R1-1

+4 -6

J11

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

RD
WH
BL

DM2
AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

SW9

CNDC2

CNDC1

DM1

SW7

Tho-A

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

SW10

P
GN
RD
BK

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

SW8

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

Noise filter
PWB3-2

PSH

Operation
output
Trouble
output

CNG2

(RS232C)

CT2

Noise filter
PWB3-1

PSL

RD
WH
BK

Cooling/Heating
forced input

CNV

WH/OR/Y/BL

RD
WH
BK

EEV
SC

Parts name
Data clear/insert
7seg indicate (unit digit)
7seg indicate (tens digit)
Reset
Set up model (volt)
External input select level/pulse
Defrost recover temp
Defrost start temp
Heat recovery unit

Indication lamp (red)


Indication lamp (green)
Indication lamp (green for service)
7seg L.E.D. (function indication)
7seg L.E.D. (data indication)
D.C.reactor
Condensor
Printed wiring board
Intelligent power module
Fan for IPM

W (BL)

CM Terminal
Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON Auto backup operation
SW3-2
OFF Regular operation
ON Set of renewal
SW3-3
OFF Regular operation
ON Check mode non-available
SW3-4
OFF Check mode available
ON Check of trial operation
SW3-5
OFF Regular operation
ON Pipe wash mode
SW3-6
OFF Regular operation
ON Forced cooling/heating
SW3-7
OFF Regular operation
ON Test mode
SW3-8
OFF Regular operation
ON Trial operation
SW5-1
OFF Regular operation
ON Trial operation mode/cooling
SW5-2
OFF Trial operation mode/heating
ON Pump down operation
SW5-3
OFF Regular operation

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK Black
BL Blue
BR Brawn
GN Green
GR Gray
OR Orange
RD Red
WH White
Y Yellow
P Pink
Y/GN Yellow/Green

Models FDCA504HKXE4R, 560HKXE4R, 615HKXE4R, 680HKXE4R

Power Source
3Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

BK

BK

BK

CNW1

SA

A
B

Tr

WH

CNX1

RD
WH
BL

RD
WH
BL

BK

10V
CNA2
16.5V
19.5V

Y/GN

signal line
(to indoor unit)

52C2

52C1

X10

X09

X07

X18

X14

X03

X04

X02

X01

X13

X
13

SW2

7SEG1

X
01

X
02

X
03

X
04

7SEG2

X
14

X
18

SW3
ON
OFF

CT1
L3

PWB1

CNQ2

CNL2

CNL1

X
12
SW1

TB2

CNQ1

X12

CNA1

63H1-2

63H1-1

SV
7

CNN21

CNN8

RD

CNFM2

BK

CNN9

BL

CNN5

SV
6

CNN3

FM
C2

FM
C1

CNN2

SV
4

SV
11

CNN11

BL

BK

20
SL

CNN1

BR

BR

CNR1

Va3

Va2

Va1

TB1

20
S

X
07

X
09

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

X
10

CNH
CNE

CNY

Checker

CNG1

SW5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNI1

PWB2-1

IPM

C1-1

C2-1

CT1-1
WH/OR/Y/BL

Inverter
PWB2-2

IPM

C1-2

+ -

CNO1

CNW1 CNW2

CT2-1

U V

CM2

LED2

LED3

BK

BK

Tho-SC

Tho-H

BK

Tho-P2

CNF1 CNF2

BK

BK

Tho-P1

CNJ

Tho-S

BK

Tho-C2

BK

Tho-D1

Tho-C1

BK

Tho-R4

BK

BK

Tho-R3

BK

BK

Tho-R2

Tho-D2

BK

Tho-R1

CND CNB1 CNB2 CNB3 CNB4 CNC1 CNC2 CNU1 CNU2 CNP1 CNP2

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

CNO2

CNK

EEV board

C2-2

CNEEV1

CNEEV2

CNEEV3

EEV
H1

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM1
Compressor motor
FMO1
Fan motor (outdoor unit)
Magnetic contactor for CM
52C1
CH1,2
Crankcase heater
X01~14 Auxiliary relay
20S
4way valve
20SL
4way valve
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM1)
SV6
SV11
Solenoid valve (gas bypass)
EEVH1,2 Expansion valve for heating
EEVSC Expansion valve for SC
63H1-1 High pressure switch (for protection)
Tho-A Thermistor (outdoor air temp)
Tho-C1 Thermistor (dome temp)
Tho-D1 Thermistor (discharge temp)
Tho-P1 Thermistor (IPM temp)
Thermistor (suction temp)
Tho-S
Tho-SC Thermistor (SC1 temp)
Tho-H Thermistor (SC2 temp)

Mark
Tho-R1
Tho-R2
Tho-R3
Tho-R4
PSL
PSH
CT1
SA
Tr
Va1~3
TB1,2
F
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW4-1~4
SW4-5
SW4-6
SW4-7
SW4-8
SW5-4~8

EEV
H2

Parts name
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Low pressure sensor
High pressure sensor
Current sensor
Arrestor
Transformer
Varistor
Terminal block
Fuse
Outdoor unit address (tens digit)
Outdoor unit address (unit digit)
L.E.D.reset
Set up model
Demand
Demand
Address setting switch (master slave)
Address setting switch (master slave)
Spare

EEV
SC

Mark
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
J11,12
J13
J14
J15
J16
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2
L1,L2
L3
C1-1,2,C2-1,2
PWB1~4
IPM
FMC1,2
CNA~Z

V (WH)

PWB4

U V W

CNI3

LED1

J16

U (RD)

N2

R
WH
BL

UV

CM1

P3

TB2

U V W

CNI3

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

R2-2
P2

CNR

Y/GN

Inverter

RD
BK

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

CNI2

+ -

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

N2

RD
WH
BL

43 -

P3

TB2

P
GN
RD
BK

GN

P2

CNR

CNDCW1
CNDCW2

BK

GN

BK

L2

J15

FMO2

FMO1
RD
BK

CNK

J14

RD
BK

BK
RD

-6

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

J13

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

+4

R1-2

L1

R2-1

-6

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

+4

R1-1

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

CNDC2

CNDC1

DM2

SW9

J12

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

DM1

J11

Tho-A

SW7

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

RD
WH
BL

RD
WH
BL

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

Silent mode
input

SW10

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

Noise filter
PWB3-2

Parts name
Data clear/insert
7seg indicate (unit digit)
7seg indicate (tens digit)
Reset
Set up model (volt)
External input select level/pulse
Defrost recover temp
Defrost start temp
Heat recovery unit

Indication lamp (red)


Indication lamp (green)
Indication lamp (green for service)
7seg L.E.D. (function indication)
7seg L.E.D. (data indication)
D.C.reactor
D.C.reactor (* only 335 type)
Condensor
Printed wiring board
Intelligent power module
Fan for IPM
Connector

PSH

Operation
output
Trouble
output

CNG2

(RS232C)
SW8

Noise filter
PWB3-1

PSL

RD
WH
BK

Cooling/Heating
forced input

CNV

WH/OR/Y/BL

RD
WH
BK

W (BL)

CM Terminal

Function of switches
Mark
Function
SW3-2 ON Auto backup operation
OFF Regular operation
SW3-3 ON Set of renewal
OFF Regular operation
SW3-4 ON Check mode non-available
OFF Check mode available
SW3-5 ON Check of trial operation
OFF Regular operation
SW3-6 ON Pipe wash mode
OFF Regular operation
SW3-7 ON Forced cooling/heating
OFF Regular operation
SW3-8 ON Test mode
OFF Regular operation
SW5-1 ON Trial operation
OFF Regular operation
SW5-2 ON Trial operation mode/cooling
OFF Trial operation mode/heating
SW5-3 ON Pump down operation
OFF Regular operation

Color marks
Mark
BK
BL
BR
GN
GR
OR
RD
WH
Y
P
Y/GN

Color
Black
Blue
Brawn
Green
Gray
Orange
Red
White
Yellow
Pink
Yellow/Green

CNS2

WH

CNS1

WH

Demand
External
input

KXR series

BK

CNR2

RD

BL

L3

52
C2
CNM2 WH

CH2

CH1

F (3.15A)

(2)

WH

Models FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R

52
C1

RD

L1
L2

CNM1 BL

Power Source
3Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

SV
7

BK

BK

BK

CNW1
52C1

SA

A
B

Tr

WH

CNX1

RD
WH
BL

RD
WH
BL

BK

10V
CNA2
16.5V
19.5V

Y/GN

signal line
(to indoor unit)

52C2

X10

X09

X07

X18

X14

X03

X04

X02

X01

X13

PWB1

CNQ2

CNL2

CNL1

X
12
SW1

TB2

CNQ1

X12

CNA1

63H1-2

CNN21

CNN8

RD

CNFM2

BK

CNN9

BL

CNN5

SV
6

63H1-1

FM
C2

FM
C1

CNN3

SV
4

SV
11

CNN2

20
SL

CNN11

BL

BK

20
S

CNN1

Va3

Va2

Va1

TB1

BR

BR

CNR1

BK

CNR2

RD

BL

L3

52
C2
CNM2 WH

F (3.15A)

CH2

CH1

WH

X
13

SW2

7SEG1

X
01

X
02

X
04

7SEG2

X
03

X
18

X
14

SW3
ON
OFF

CT1
L3

X
07

X
09

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

X
10

CNH
CNE

CNY

Checker

CNG1

SW5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNI1

IPM

C2-1

CT1-1
WH/OR/Y/BL

Inverter
PWB2-2

IPM

C1-2

+ -

CNW1 CNW2

CT2-1

U V

CM2

LED2

LED3

BK

BK

Tho-H

BK

Tho-P2

CNF1 CNF2

Tho-SC

BK

Tho-P1

CNJ
BK

BK

BK

Tho-D1

Tho-C2

BK

Tho-R4

Tho-C1

BK

Tho-R3

BK

BK

Tho-R2

BK

BK

Tho-R1

Tho-D2

CND CNB1 CNB2 CNB3 CNB4 CNC1 CNC2 CNU1 CNU2 CNP1 CNP2

Tho-S

LED1

J16

CNO1

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

CNO2

CNK

EEV board

C2-2

CNEEV1

CNEEV2

CNEEV3

EEV
H1

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM1,2 Compressor motor
FMO1,2 Fan motor (outdoor unit)
52C1,2 Magnetic contactor for CM
CH1,2
Crankcase heater
X01~18 Auxiliary relay
20S
4way valve
20SL
4way valve
SV4
Solenoid valve (outdoor H.X.)
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM1)
SV6
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM2)
SV7
SV11
Solenoid valve (gas bypass)
EEVH1,2 Expansion valve for heating
EEVSC Expansion valve for SC
63H1-1,2 High pressure switch (for protection)
Tho-A Thermistor (outdoor air temp)
Tho-C1,2 Thermistor (dome temp)
Tho-D1,2 Thermistor (discharge temp)
Tho-P1,2 Thermistor (IPM temp)
Thermistor (suction temp)
Tho-S
Tho-SC Thermistor (SC1 temp)
Tho-H Thermistor (SC2 temp)

Mark
Tho-R1
Tho-R2
Tho-R3
Tho-R4
PSL
PSH
CT1,CT2
SA
Tr
Va1~3
TB1,2
F
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW4-1~4
SW4-5
SW4-6
SW4-7
SW4-8
SW5-4~8

EEV
H2

Parts name
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Low pressure sensor
High pressure sensor
Current sensor
Arrestor
Transformer
Varistor
Terminal block
Fuse
Outdoor unit address (tens digit)
Outdoor unit address (unit digit)
L.E.D.reset
Set up model
Demand
Demand
Address setting switch (master slave)
Address setting switch (master slave)
Spare

EEV
SC

Mark
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
J11,12
J13
J14
J15
J16
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2
L1,L2
L3
C1-1,2,C2-1,2
PWB1~4
IPM
FMC1,2
CNA~Z

V (WH)

PWB4

U V W

CNI3

J15

U (RD)

N2

RD
WH
BL

UV

CM1

P3

TB2

U V W

CNI3

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

R2-2
P2

CNR

Y/GN

PWB2-1

C1-1

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

Inverter

RD
BK

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

CNI2

+ -

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

P
GN
RD
BK

GN
N2

RD
WH
BL

44 -

P3

TB2

CNDCW1
CNDCW2

BK

GN

BK

P2

CNR

CNK

J14

FMO2

FMO1
RD
BK

L2

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

J13

RD
BK

BK
RD

-6

SW9

J12

Tho-A

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

+4

R1-2

L1

R2-1

-6

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

+4

R1-1

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

CNDC2

CNDC1

DM2

J11

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

DM1

Silent mode
input

SW10

SW7

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

RD
WH
BL

RD
WH
BL

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

SW8

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

Noise filter
PWB3-2

Parts name
Data clear/insert
7seg indicate (unit digit)
7seg indicate (tens digit)
Reset
Set up model (volt)
External input select level/pulse
Defrost recover temp
Defrost start temp
Heat recovery unit

Indication lamp (red)


Indication lamp (green)
Indication lamp (green for service)
7seg L.E.D. (function indication)
7seg L.E.D. (data indication)
D.C.reactor
D.C.reactor
Condensor
Printed wiring board
Intelligent power module
Fan for IPM
Connector

PSH

Operation
output
Trouble
output

CNG2

(RS232C)
CT2

Noise filter
PWB3-1

PSL

RD
WH
BK

Cooling/Heating
forced input

CNV

WH/OR/Y/BL

RD
WH
BK

W (BL)

CM Terminal

Function of switches
Mark
Function
SW3-2 ON Auto backup operation
OFF Regular operation
SW3-3 ON Set of renewal
OFF Regular operation
SW3-4 ON Check mode non-available
OFF Check mode available
SW3-5 ON Check of trial operation
OFF Regular operation
SW3-6 ON Pipe wash mode
OFF Regular operation
SW3-7 ON Forced cooling/heating
OFF Regular operation
SW3-8 ON Test mode
OFF Regular operation
SW5-1 ON Trial operation
OFF Regular operation
SW5-2 ON Trial operation mode/cooling
OFF Trial operation mode/heating
SW5-3 ON Pump down operation
OFF Regular operation

Color marks
Mark
BK
BL
BR
GN
GR
OR
RD
WH
Y
P
Y/GN

Color
Black
Blue
Brawn
Green
Gray
Orange
Red
White
Yellow
Pink
Yellow/Green

CNS2

WH

CNS1

WH

Demand
External
input

Models FDCA335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R, 450HKXRE4R

52
C1

RD

L1
L2

CNM1 BL

Power Source
3Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

SV
7

BK

BK

BK

CNW1

A
B

Tr

WH

CNX1

RD
WH
BL

RD
WH
BL

BK

10V
CNA2
16.5V
19.5V

Y/GN

signal line
(to indoor unit)

52C2

52C1

SA

X10

X09

X07

X18

X14

X03

X04

X02

X01

X13

X
13

SW2

7SEG1

X
01

X
02

X
04

7SEG2

X
03

X
18

X
14

SW3
ON
OFF

CT1
L3

PWB1

CNQ2

CNL2

CNL1

X
12
SW1

TB2

CNQ1

X12

CNA1

63H1-2

CNN21

CNN8

BK

CNFM2

BK

CNN9

BL

CNN5

SV
6

63H1-1

FM
C2

FM
C1

CNN3

SV
4

SV
11

CNN2

20
SL

CNN11

BL

BK

20
S

CNM2 WH

Va3

Va2

Va1

TB1

BR

BR

CNR1

BK

CNR2

RD

BL

L3

52
C2

CNM1 BL

F (3.15A)

CH2

CH1

WH

CNN1

52
C1

RD

L1
L2

X
07

X
09

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

X
10

CNH
CNE

CNY

Checker

CNG1

SW5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CNI1

IPM

C2-1

P2

CNR

CT1-1
WH/OR/Y/BL

C1-2

+ -

CNW1 CNW2

CNO1

CNO2

CT2-1

U V

CM2

LED2

LED3

BK

BK

Tho-H

CNF1 CNF2

Tho-SC

BK

CNJ
BK

Tho-P2

BK

Tho-D2

BK

BK

Tho-D1

Tho-P1

BK

Tho-R4

BK

BK

Tho-R3

BK

BK

Tho-R2

Tho-C2

BK

Tho-R1

Tho-C1

CND CNB1 CNB2 CNB3 CNB4 CNC1 CNC2 CNU1 CNU2 CNP1 CNP2

Tho-S

LED1

J16

Tho-A

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

C2-2

CNEEV1

CNEEV2

CNEEV3

CNK

EEV
H1

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
CM1,2
Compressor motor
FMO1,2 Fan motor (outdoor unit)
52C1,2 Magnetic contactor for CM
CH1,2
Crankcase heater
X01~18 Auxiliary relay
20S
4way valve
20SL
4way valve
SV4
Solenoid valve (outdoor H.X.)
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM1)
SV6
Solenoid valve (oil separator CM2)
SV7
SV11
Solenoid valve (gas bypass)
EEVH1,2 Expansion valve for heating
EEVSC Expansion valve for SC
63H1-1,2 High pressure switch (for protection)
Tho-A
Thermistor (outdoor air temp)
Tho-C1,2 Thermistor (dome temp)
Tho-D1,2 Thermistor (discharge temp)
Tho-P1,2 Thermistor (IPM temp)
Thermistor (suction temp)
Tho-S
Tho-SC Thermistor (SC1 temp)
Tho-H
Thermistor (SC2 temp)

Mark
Tho-R1
Tho-R2
Tho-R3
Tho-R4
PSL
PSH
CT1,CT2
SA
Tr
Va1~3
TB1,2
F
SW1
SW2
SW3-1
SW4-1~4
SW4-5
SW4-6
SW4-7
SW4-8
SW5-4~8

EEV
H2

Parts name
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp outlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Thermistor (outdoor H.X. temp inlet)
Low pressure sensor
High pressure sensor
Current sensor
Arrestor
Transformer
Varistor
Terminal block
Fuse
Outdoor unit address (tens digit)
Outdoor unit address (unit digit)
L.E.D.reset
Set up model
Demand
Demand
Address setting switch (master slave)
Address setting switch (master slave)
Spare

EEV
SC

Mark
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
J11,12
J13
J14
J15
J16
LED1
LED2
LED3
7SEG1
7SEG2
L1,L2
L3
C1-1,2,C2-1,2
PWB1~4
IPM
FMC1,2
CNA~Z

V (WH)

PWB4

U V W

CNI3

J15

EEV board

RD
WH
BL

UV

CM1

PWB2-2

IPM

J14

U (RD)

N2

Inverter

U V W

CNI3

P3

TB2

Y/GN

PWB2-1

C1-1

RD
BK

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

Inverter

CNK

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

CNI2

+ -

RD
BR
BL
OR
Y
WH

P
GN
RD
BK

GN
N2

RD
WH
BL

45 -

P3

TB2

CNDCW1
CNDCW2

BK

GN

BK

P2

CNI3 CNZ1 CNT1 CNT2

J13

FMO2

FMO1
RD
BK

L2

SW9

J12

RD
BK

BK
RD

-6

J11

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

WH
OR
Y
BL
GN
P

+4

R1-2

L1

R2-1

-6

R2-2

+4

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

R1-1

AC1
AC2
AC3
R5

DM2

CNR

CNDC2

CNDC1

DM1

Silent mode
input

SW10

SW7

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

RD
WH
BL

Y/GN
Ri Si Ti
E1
Ro So To

SW8

WH/Y/OR/BL/BR

Noise filter
PWB3-2

Parts name
Data clear/insert
7seg indicate (unit digit)
7seg indicate (tens digit)
Reset
Set up model (volt)
External input select level/pulse
Defrost recover temp
Defrost start temp
Heat recovery unit

Indication lamp (red)


Indication lamp (green)
Indication lamp (green for service)
7seg L.E.D. (function indication)
7seg L.E.D. (data indication)
D.C.reactor
D.C.reactor (* only 450 type)
Condensor
Printed wiring board
Intelligent power module
Fan for IPM
Connector

PSH

Operation
output
Trouble
output

CNG2

(RS232C)
CT2

Noise filter
PWB3-1

PSL

RD
WH
BK

Cooling/Heating
forced input

CNV

WH/OR/Y/BL

RD
WH
BK

W (BL)

CM Terminal

Function of switches
Mark
Function
SW3-2 ON Auto backup operation
OFF Regular operation
SW3-7 ON Forced cooling/heating
OFF Regular operation
SW3-8 ON Test mode
OFF Regular operation
SW5-1 ON Trial operation
OFF Regular operation
SW5-2 ON Trial operation mode/cooling
OFF Trial operation mode/heating
SW5-3 ON Pump down operation
OFF Regular operation

Color marks
Mark
BK
BL
BR
GN
GR
OR
RD
WH
Y
P
Y/GN

Color
Black
Blue
Brawn
Green
Gray
Orange
Red
White
Yellow
Pink
Yellow/Green

CNS2

WH

CNS1

WH

Demand
External
input

Models FDCA450HKXRE4R, 504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R, 680HKXRE4R

Power Source
3Phase 380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz

INDOOR UNIT

3.1 Specifications
(a) Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)
Models FDTCA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R
Models

FDTCA22KXE4R

FDTCA28KXE4R

kW

2.2

2.8

kW

2.5

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

3.2

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 35 Me: 33 Lo: 32

mm

Unit:248

kg

570

570

Panel:35

700

Unit:15 Panel:3.5

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan

Motor

700

50 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 9.5 Me: 8.5 Lo: 8

CMM

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas line)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTCA22,28 type

Panel Part No.


T-PSA-24W-ER

46 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTCA36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


Models
Item
1

kW

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

Nominal cooling capacity*

FDTCA36KXE4R

FDTCA45KXE4R

FDTCA56KXE4R

3.6

4.5

5.6

4.6

5.0

6.3

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 38 Me: 36 Lo: 34

mm

Hi: 40 Me: 38 Lo: 36


Unit:248

570

570

Panel:35

Hi: 45 Me: 42 Lo: 39


700

Unit:16 Panel:3.5

kg

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan

Motor

700

50 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 10 Me: 9 Lo: 8

CMM

Hi: 11 Me: 10 Lo: 9

Outside air intake

Hi: 13 Me: 11.5 Lo: 10

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTCA36,45,56 type

Panel Part No.


T-PSA-24W-ER

47 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(b) Ceiling recessed type (FDT)


Models FDTA28KXE4R, 36KXE4R
Models
Item

FDTA28KXE4R

FDTA36KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

2.8

3.6

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

3.2

4.0

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 35 Me: 33 Lo: 31

mm

Unit:270

kg

840

840

Panel:35

950

950

Unit:24 Panel:7

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan 1

Motor

14 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 13 Me: 12 Lo: 11

CMM

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless remote control switch (Optional:RCN-T-35W-ER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")
Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas line)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTA28,36 type

Panel Part No.


T-PSA-35W-ER

48 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTA45KXE4R, 56KXE4R, 71KXE4R


Models

FDTA45KXE4R

FDTA56KXE4R

kW

4.5

5.6

7.1

kW

5.0

6.3

8.0

dB(A)

Hi: 35 Me: 33 Lo: 31

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

FDTA71KXE4R

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

mm

Hi: 36 Me: 34 Lo: 32


Unit:270

840

840

Panel:35

Hi: 37 Me: 35 Lo: 33


950

Unit:24 Panel:7

kg

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan

Motor

950

14 1

Starting method

20 1
Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 14 Me: 12 Lo: 11

CMM

Outside air intake

Hi: 15 Me: 14 Lo: 13


Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless remote control switch (Optional:RCN-T-35W-ER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTA45,56,71 type

Panel Part No.


T-PSA-35W-ER

49 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTA90KXE4R, 112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


Models

FDTA90KXE4R

FDTA112KXE4R

FDTA140KXE4R

kW

9.0

11.2

14.0

kW

10.0

12.5

16.0

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 43 Me: 35 Lo: 33


Unit: 295
Panel:35

mm
kg

840
950

Hi: 43 Me: 42 Lo: 41

840
950

Hi: 45 Me: 43 Lo: 41

Unit: 365
Panel:35

Unit:26 Panel:7

840
950

Unit:31 Panel:7

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan

Motor

840
950

1
120 1

40 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Hi: 21 Me: 16 Lo: 14

Hi: 27 Me: 23 Lo: 20

Outside air intake

Hi: 29 Me: 26 Lo: 23

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless remote control switch (Optional:RCN-T-35W-ER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1"UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTA90,112,140 type

Panel Part No.


T-PSA-35W-ER

50 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(c)

2-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTW)

Models FDTWA28KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


28KXE5R, 45KXE5R, 56KXE5R
Models
Item

FDTWA28KXE4R
28KXE5R

FDTWA45KXE4R
45KXE5R

FDTWA56KXE4R
56KXE5R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

2.8

4.5

5.6

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

3.2

5.0

6.3

Refer to the following.(3)

Power source
dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth

Hi: 39 Me: 36 Lo: 33

mm

Net weight

Unit:285

817

kg

620

Panel:8

1055

Unit:19 Panel:7

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan

Motor

680

30 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Hi: 14 Me: 12 Lo: 10

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1 (Washable)

Rubber sleeve (for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")
Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTWA28, 45, 56 type

Panel Part No.


TW-PSA-23W-ER

(3) Power supply specifications.


Item
Model

Power source

FDTWA28, 45, 56KXE4R

1 phase 220-240V 50Hz

FDTWA28, 45, 56KXE5R

1 phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz

51 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTWA71KXE4R, 90KXE4R


Models

FDTWA71KXE4R

Item

FDTWA90KXE4R

kW

7.1

9.0

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

8.0

10.0

dB(A)

Hi: 41 Me: 38 Lo: 35

Nominal cooling capacity*

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz

Power source
Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

mm

Hi: 41 Me: 39 Lo: 36

Unit:335

1054

kg

620

Panel:8

1300

Unit:26 Panel:9

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan

Motor

680

35 1

40 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Hi: 16 Me: 13 Lo: 11

Hi: 19 Me: 16 Lo: 12

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"),Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTWA71,90 type

Panel Part No.


TW-PSA-33W-ER

52 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTWA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


Models

FDTWA112KXE4R

FDTWA140KXE4R

kW

11.2

14.0

kW

12.5

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

16.0
1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz

Power source
dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 44 Me: 41 Lo: 38

mm

Hi: 45 Me: 42 Lo: 39

Unit:357

1524

kg

620

Panel:8

1770

Unit:38 Panel:11

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Turbo fan

Motor

680

40

50

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Hi: 28 Me: 25 Lo: 23

Hi: 32 Me: 28 Lo: 24

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

2(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"),Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas linse)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item
Model
FDTWA112,140 type

Panel Part No.


TW-PSA-43W-ER

53 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(d) Ceiling recessed single air supply port type (FDTQ)


Models FDTQA22KXE4R
Model

FDTQA22KXE4R

Item
Panel name

Duct panel(3)

Direct blow panel

Panel model(Option)

TQ-PSA-14W-ER

TQ-PSB-14W-ER

QR-PNA-14W-ER

kW

2.2

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

2.5

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

QR-PNB-14W-ER

1 Phase, 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 38 Lo: 34

Hi: 42 Lo: 39

mm

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 625 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 780 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 625 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 780 650

kg

Unit:19
Panel:2.5

Unit:19
Panel:3

Unit:19
Panel:2.5

Unit:19
Panel:3

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

20

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 7 Lo: 5.4

CMM

Available static pressure(at Hi)

Hi: 7 Lo: 6.5


30

Pa

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4"), Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
(3) This is the panel to be used when modified to the Duct panel type on site. See page 608 of the 2005 Handbook.

54 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTQA28KXE4R
Model

FDTQA28KXE4R

Item
Panel name

Duct panel(3)

Direct blow panel


TQ-PSA-14W-ER

Panel model(Option)
Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

TQ-PSB-14W-ER

QR-PNA-14W-ER

QR-PNB-14W-ER

2.8
3.2

Power source

1 Phase, 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


Hi: 38 Lo: 34

dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 42 Lo:39

mm

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 625 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 780 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 625 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 780 650

kg

Unit:19
Panel:2.5

Unit:19
Panel:3

Unit:19
Panel:2.5

Unit:19
Panel:3

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Slit fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

20

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Available static pressure(at Hi)

Hi: 7 Lo: 5.4

Hi: 7 Lo: 6.5


30

Pa

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4"), Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
(3) This is the panel to be used when modified to the Duct panel type on site. See page 608 of the 2005 Handbook.

55 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTQA36KXE4R
Model

FDTQA36KXE4R

Item
Panel name

Duct panel(3)

Direct blow panel


TQ-PSA-14W-ER

Panel model(Option)
Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

TQ-PSB-14W-ER

QR-PNA-14W-ER

QR-PNB-14W-ER

3.6
4.0

Power source

1 Phase, 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


Hi: 38 Lo: 34

dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 42 Lo:39

mm

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 625 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 780 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 625 650

Unit:250 570 570


Panel:35 780 650

kg

Unit:19
Panel:2.5

Unit:19
Panel:3

Unit:19
Panel:2.5

Unit:19
Panel:3

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Slit fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

20

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Available static pressure(at Hi)

Hi: 7 Lo: 5.4

Hi: 7 Lo: 6.5


30

Pa

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1 (Washable)

Rubber sleeve (for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4"), Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
(3) This is the panel to be used when modified to the Duct panel type on site. See page 608 of the 2005 Handbook.

56 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(e)

1-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTS)

Models FDTSA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R


Models

FDTSA22KXE4R

FDTSA28KXE4R

FDTSA36KXE4R

kW

2.2

2.8

3.6

kW

2.5

3.2

4.0

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 39 Lo: 38

mm

Hi: 40 Me: 39 Lo: 38


Unit:194

1040

kg

650 Panel:10

1290

Unit:26 Panel:6

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

770

35 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 11 Lo: 8

CMM

Hi: 12 Me: 11 Lo: 10

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1 (Washable)

Rubber sleeve (for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")
Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
JIS B8616 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item

Panel Part No.


With Auto Swing

Model
FDTSA22, 28, 36 type

TS-PSA-28W-ER

57 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDTSA45KXE4R, 71KXE4R


Models

FDTSA45KXE4R

FDTSA71KXE4R

kW

4.5

7.1

kW

5.0

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

8.0

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 43 Me: 40 Lo: 38


Unit:194
Panel:10

mm
kg

1040
1290

Hi: 44 Me: 40 Lo: 38


Unit:194
Panel:10

650
770

Unit:26 Panel:6
Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve


Centrifugal fan

Motor

Centrifugal fan

40 1

650
790

Unit:30 Panel:7

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

1300
1500

25 2

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 14 Me: 12 Lo: 10

CMM

Hi: 18 Me: 15 Lo: 12

Outside air intake

Possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")
Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Decorative Panel

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
Decorative Panel model (Optional)
Item

Panel Part No.


With Auto Swing

Model
FDTSA45 type

TS-PSA-28W-ER

FDTSA71 type

TS-PSA-38W-ER

58 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(f)

High static pressure duct type (FDU)

Models FDUA224KXE4R, 280KXE4R


Models

FDUA224KXE4R

FDUA280KXE4R

kW

22.4

28.0

kW

25.0

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

31.5
1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz

Power source
dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth

Hi: 48

Hi: 49

mm

Net weight

360

1570

kg

830

92

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Multiblade centrifugal fan

Motor

200 2

230 1, 270 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

51

CMM

Available static pressure

68

Pa

Standard:100, MAX:200

Outside air intake

Available

Air filter, Q'ty

Field purchased

Shock & vibration isolator

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

mm(in)

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"),Gas line: 19.05(3/4")

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"),Gas line: 22.22(7/8")

Brazing

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25 (I.D. 25mm, O.D. 32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping


Accessories

Mounting kit
_

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

Standards

ISO-T1

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
(3) The FDUA224, 280KXE4R indoor units cannot be connected to the FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R and 160HKXES4R outdoor units.

59 -

(g) Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQM)


Models FDQMA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R
Models

FDQMA22KXE4R

FDQMA28KXE4R

FDQMA36KXE4R

kW

2.2

2.8

3.6

kW

2.5

3.2

4.0

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 34 Lo: 31

mm

257

kg

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

570

570

21
Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Slit fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan 1

Motor

20 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)
Available static pressure
( at Hi)

CMM

Hi: 7 Lo: 6.5

Pa

30

Outside air intake

Side
_

Air filter, Q'ty


Shock & vibration isolator

Rubber sleeve (for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm )

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

60 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(h) Satellite ducted type (FDUM)


Models FDUMA36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R
Models

FDUMA36KXE4R

FDUMA45KXE4R

FDUMA56KXE4R

kW

3.6

4.5

5.6

kW

4.0

5.0

6.3

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 34 Me: 32 Lo: 29

Hi: 35 Me: 32 Lo: 29

mm

299

kg

750

635

34

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan 2

Motor

55 1

50 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Available static pressure


( at Hi)

Hi: 12 Me: 11 Lo: 10

Hi: 14 Me: 12 Lo: 11

Pa

Standard:50, Hi speed:85

Outside air intake

Side
_

Air filter, Q'ty


Shock & vibration isolator

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4"),Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm )

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

61 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDUMA71KXE4R, 90KXE4R


Models

FDUMA71KXE4R

FDUMA90KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

7.1

9.0

kW

8.0

Item

Nominal heating capacity*

10.0
1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz

Power source
Hi: 35 Me: 32 Lo: 29

dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 36 Me: 33 Lo: 30


299

mm
kg

950

635

40

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

90 1

100 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Available static pressure


( at Hi)

Hi: 18 Me: 16 Lo: 14

Pa

Hi: 20 Me: 18 Lo: 15


Standard:50, Hi speed:85

Outside air intake

Side
_

Air filter, Q'ty


Shock & vibration isolator

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"),Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation
Cooling*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

62 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDUMA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


Models

FDUMA112KXE4R

FDUMA140KXE4R

kW

11.2

14.0

kW

12.5

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

16.0
1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz

Power source
Hi: 38 Me: 35 Lo: 32

dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 39 Me: 37 Lo: 34

mm

350

kg

1370

635

59

59

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

45

1, 90

3
50

Starting method

1, 100

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)
Available static pressure
( at Hi)

CMM

Hi: 28 Me: 25 Lo: 22

Hi: 34 Me: 31 Lo: 27

Pa

Standard:60, Hi speed:90

Standard:60, Hi speed:85

Outside air intake

Side
_

Air filter, Q'ty


Shock & vibration isolator

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"),Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

63 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(i)

Ceiling mounted duct type (FDUR)

Models FDURA45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


Models
Item

FDURA45KXE4R

FDURA56KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

4.5

5.6

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

5.0

6.3

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz

Noise level

Hi: 40 Lo: 36

dB(A)

Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 41 Lo: 37

mm

295

kg

850 650

39

39

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Multiblade centrifugal fan

Motor

90 1

130 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Available static pressure (at Hi)

Hi: 17 Lo: 13.5

Hi: 21 Lo: 17

Pa

Standard:50, Max:85

Outside air intake

Air filter Q'ty

Polypropylene net 1(Washable)

Shock & vibration isolator

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)


Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35 (1/4")


Gas line: 12.7 (1/2")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Silent panel, Duct joint

Optional parts
Notes (1)The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2)This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1"UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

64 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDURA71KXE4R, 90KXE4R


Models

FDURA71KXE4R

Item

FDURA90KXE4R

kW

7.1

9.0

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

8.0

10.0

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 41 Lo: 37

mm

295

Hi: 42 Lo: 37

850 650

kg

350

40

63

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Multiblade centrifugal fan

Motor

1370 650

230 1

280 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Available static pressure (at Hi)

Hi: 25 Lo: 18.5

Hi: 34 Lo: 27

Pa

Standard:50, Max:130

Outside air intake

Air filter Q'ty

Polypropylene net 1(Washable)

Shock & vibration isolator

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)


Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52 (3/8")


Gas line: 15.88 (5/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Silent panel, Duct Joint

Optional parts
Notes (1)The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2)This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1"UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

65 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDURA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


Models

FDURA112KXE4R

FDURA140KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

11.2

14.0

Nominal heating capacity*2

kW

12.5

16.0

dB(A)

Hi: 42 Lo: 38

Item

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 43 Lo: 39
350

mm
kg

1370

650

63

65

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Multiblade centrifugal fan

Motor

280 1

460 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 34 Lo: 27

CMM

Available static pressure (at Hi)

Hi: 42 Lo: 33.5


Standard: 50, Max: 130

Pa

Outside air intake

Air filter, Q'ty

Polypropylene net

Shock & vibration isolator

1(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)


Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52 (3/8")


Gas line: 15.88 (5/8")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP25(I.D.25mm, O.D.32mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Silent panel, Duct joint

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1"UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

66 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(j)

Ceiling suspended type (FDE)

Models FDEA36KXE4R, 45KXE4R


Models

FDEA36KXE4R

FDEA45KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

3.6

4.5

kW

4.0

Item

Nominal heating capacity*

5.0
1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz

Power source
dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 39 Me: 38 Lo: 36

mm

210

kg

1070

690

30

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

25 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 11 Me: 9 Lo: 7

CMM

Outside air intake

Not possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

2 (Washable)

Rubber sleeve (for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4"), Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP20(I.D.20mm, O.D.26mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

67 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDEA56KXE4R, 71KXE4R


Models

FDEA56KXE4R

FDEA71KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

5.6

7.1

kW

6.3

Item

Nominal heating capacity*

8.0
1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz

Power source
dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 39 Me: 38 Lo: 36

mm

210

kg

1070

Hi: 41 Me: 39 Lo: 37


210

690

30
Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve


Centrifugal fan

Motor

Centrifugal fan

25 1

690

36

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

1320

20 2

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 11 Me: 9 Lo: 7

CMM

Hi: 18 Me: 14 Lo: 12

Outside air intake

Not possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

2(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"),


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4"),


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP20(I.D.20mm, O.D.26mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

68 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDEA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


Models

FDEA112KXE4R

FDEA140KXE4R

kW

11.2

14.0

kW

12.5

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

16.0
1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz

Power source
dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 46 Me: 44 Lo: 43

Hi: 44 Me: 41 Lo: 39

mm

250

kg

1620

690

46

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan

Motor

4
38 2

30 2

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 26 Me: 23 Lo: 21

CMM

Outside air intake

Hi: 29 Me: 26 Lo: 23


Not possible
Long life filter

Air filter, Q'ty


Shock & vibration isolator

2(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

mm(in)

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8"), Gas line: 15.88(5/8")


Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP20(I.D.20mm, O.D.26mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

69 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(k)

Wall mounted type (FDK)

Models FDKA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R, 45KXE4R


Models

FDKA22KXE4R

FDKA28KXE4R

FDKA36KXE4R

FDKA45KXE4R

kW

2.2

2.8

3.6

4.5

kW

2.5

3.2

4.0

5.0

Item
1

Nominal heating capacity*2

Nominal cooling capacity*

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 40 Me: 36 Lo: 32

Hi: 41 Me: 37 Lo: 33

mm

298

kg

840

Hi: 41 Me: 37 Lo: 32

240

12

12.5

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Tangential fan 1

Motor

33 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 8 Me: 7 Lo: 6

CMM

Hi: 10 Me: 9 Lo: 7

Outside air intake

Hi: 11 Me: 9 Lo: 7

Not possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

2(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")
Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP16(I.D.16mm, O.D.22mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose

Accessories

Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

20

Operation

Heating*

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

70 -

Standards

ISO-T1

Models FDKA56KXE4R, 71KXE5R


Models

FDKA56KXE4R

FDKA71KXE5R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

5.6

7.1

kW

6.3

Item

Nominal heating capacity*

8.0

Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 46 Me: 43 Lo: 39

mm

298 840

kg

318 1098

240

13

18

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Tangential fan

Motor

248

1
40 1

33 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 14 Me: 12 Lo: 10

CMM

Outside air intake

Hi: 21 Me: 18 Lo: 15


Not possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Long life filter

Shock & vibration isolator

2(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

mm(in)

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")
Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with VP16(I.D.16mm, O.D.22mm)

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"
(3) The FDKA71KXE5R indoor unit cannot be connected to the FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R and 160HKXES4R outdoor units.

71 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(l)

Floor standing exposed type (FDFL)

Models FDFLA28KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 71KXE4R


Models

FDFLA28KXE4R

FDFLA45KXE4R

FDFLA71KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

2.8

4.5

7.1

kW

3.2

5.0

8.0

Item

Nominal heating capacity*


Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 41 Me:38 Lo: 36

mm

630

kg

Hi: 43 Me:41 Lo: 40


1196

630

225

32
Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

Centrifugal fan
W

225

40

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Motor

1481

2
40 1

30 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

CMM

Hi: 12 Me: 11 Lo: 10

Hi: 14 Me: 12 Lo: 10

Outside air intake

Hi: 18 Me: 15 Lo: 12

Not possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Polypropylene net

Shock & vibration isolator

2(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

mm(in)

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with PT20A

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

72 -

Standards

ISO-T1

(m) Floor standing hidden type (FDFU)


Models FDFUA28KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R, 71KXE4R
Models
Item

FDFUA28KXE4R

FDFUA45KXE4R

FDFUA56KXE4R

FDFUA71KXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity*1

kW

2.8

4.5

5.6

7.1

kW

3.2

5.0

6.3

8.0

Nominal heating capacity*


Power source

1 Phase 220-240V 50Hz


dB(A)

Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Net weight

Hi: 41 Me:38 Lo: 36

Hi: 43 Me:41 Lo: 40

mm

630

1077

kg

630

225

Louver fin & inner grooved tubing

Refrigerant control

Electronic Expansion Valve


Centrifugal fan

Motor

225

32

25

Refrigerant equipment
Heat exchanger

Air handling equipment


Fan type & Q'ty

1362

30 1

40 1

Starting method

Direct line starting

Air flow(Standard)

Hi: 12 Me: 11 Lo: 10

CMM

Hi: 14 Me: 12 Lo: 10

Outside air intake

Hi: 18 Me: 15 Lo: 12

Not possible

Air filter, Q'ty

Polypropylene net

Shock & vibration isolator

2(Washable)

Rubber sleeve(for fan motor)

Insulation (noise & heat)

Polyurethane foam
Wired remote control switch (Optional:RC-E1R)
Wireless kit (Optional:RCND-KIT-HER)

Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control

Thermostat by electronics
Internal thermostat for fan motor.
Frost protection thermostat

Safety equipment
Installation data
Refrigerant piping size

mm(in)

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 12.7(1/2")

Liquid line: 6.35(1/4")


Gas line: 9.52(3/8")

Liquid line: 9.52(3/8")


Gas line: 15.88(5/8")

Flare piping

Connecting method

Connectable with PT20A

Drain hose

Necessary (both Liquid & Gas lines)

Insulation for piping

Mounting kit, Drain hose


_

Accessories
Optional parts
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item

Indoor air temperature

Outdoor air temperature

DB

WB

DB

WB

Cooling*1

27

19

35

24

Heating*2

20

Operation

(2) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 "UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS"

73 -

Standards

ISO-T1

3.2 Exterior dimensions


(1)

Indoor unit
(a)

Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)

Models FDTCA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


A
Unit:mm

660 (Ceiling hole size)

Outlet air
opening for
ducting

530 Suspension bolts pitch


348
321

530 Suspension bolts pitch

Decorative Panel

64

541

Control
box

185
190

200

Space for installation and service

1000 or more

100

Hole

Holes for
tapping screws
6-4
140

140
60

292~325
600 or less
(Max. Drain lift)

35

Lug for
suspension bolts

115

Opening for
exit wiring

Suspension bolts
(M10 or M8)

197
137
45 or more

48

Drain
(Connectable with VP25)

570
323
144

93
196
248

Gas piping
22,28:9.52
36,45,56:12.7

413
700

223
Drain hose piece
(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

Liquid piping
6.35

Air return
grille

Air supply

Obstacle
100

VIEW A

74 -

1000 or more

(b) Ceiling recessed compact type (FDT)


Models FDTA28KXE4R, 36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R, 71KXE4R

unit : mm
Outside air
opening for
ducting

860~890(Ceiling hole size)


780(Suspension bolts pitch)

Decorative Panel
950
630

675(Suspension bolts pitch)

Control box
Outlet air
opening for
ducting

420

422

637

Liquid piping
28,36,45,56: 6.35(1/4") Air supply
71: 9.52(3/8")

N
267
332

310

Air return grille

VIEW M

Gas piping
28:9.52(3/8")
36,45,56: 12.7(1/2")
71: 15.88(5/8")

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)
840

Suspension bolts
Drain
(Connectable with VP25)

Control box

270

187

700 or less
(Max. Drain lift)

Lug for
suspension bolts

35

45or more

95

137

212

295~325

Hole for wiring

VIEW N
M

Space for installation and service

Holes for
tapping screws
6-4

140

VIEW A

122

160
80

Holes

100

123
140

Holes

Obstacle
100

VIEW B

2500 or more

52

60

43

55
25

140

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4

75 -

1000
or more

Models FDTA90KXE4R

Outside air
opening for
ducting

860~890(Ceiling hole size)


780(Suspension bolts pitch)

Decorative Panel
950
630

675(Suspension bolts pitch)

Control box
Outlet air
opening for
ducting

420

422

637

Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")

N
267
332

Air supply

Air return grille

VIEW M

310

Gas piping
15.88(5/8")

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)
840

Suspension bolts
Drain
(Connectable with VP25)

Control box

295

187

700 or less
(Max. Drain lift)

Lug for
suspension bolts

35

45or more

95

137

212

295~325

Hole for wiring

VIEW N
M

Space for installation and service

Holes for
tapping screws
6-4

140

VIEW A

147

160

80

Holes

Obstacle

100

148
140

Holes

2500 or more

77

60

68

55
25

140

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4

100

VIEW B

76 -

1000
or more

Models FDTA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


unit : mm

Outside air
opening for
ducting

860~890 (Ceiling hole size)

Decorative Panel
950

780 (Suspension bolts pitch)

630

Outlet air
opening for
ducting

420

637

B
422

675 (Suspension bolts pitch)

Control box

Liquid piping
9.52 (3/8")

267
332

Air supply

310

Air return grille

VIEW M

Gas piping
15.88 (5/8")

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)
840

Suspension bolts
Drain
(Connectable with VP25)

700 or less

365

Hole for wiring

Control box

35

45 or more

187

137

269
95

Lug for
suspension bolts

VIEW N
M

Holes for
tapping screws
6-4
140

55

60

80

2500 or more

217

147

Space for installation and service

Hole

100

140

Hole

160

218

138

25

140

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4

100

Obstacle

VIEW A

VIEW B

77 -

1000
or more

(Max. Drain lift)

295~325

(c)

2-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTW)

Models FDTWA28KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


Models FDTWA28KXE5R, 45KXE5R, 56KXE5R
Unit : mm
Drain hose piece
(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

640

97

60

Holes of
tapping screws
5 - 4
64

47

264

Hole

98

Center of
panel

(Ceiling hole size)

70

Suspension bolts
(M10 4 pcs.)

91

97
446

Control
box

310
278

95

90

417

468

(Suspension bolts pitch)

40

120

1015 (Ceiling hole size)


885 (Suspension bolts pitch)

Suspension
fitting

Outside air opening for ducting


(knock out)

VIEW A

460

178
240

295~
325

200

230

124

20

Outlet air opening


for ducting
(knock out)

Holes for
tapping screws
8 4

285

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

Unit undersurface

Hole Hole

74

20

63

100
140
169

Hole Hole

750 or less

130

Hole for wiring


Drain(VP20)
(Gravity drainage)

Decorative Panel
1055

680

360

100
or more

45

965

1000or more

Space for installation and service

Air return

160

Air supply

100
or more

Obstruction

160

310

148

200
130

364

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4")

20

Gas piping
28:9.52(3/8")
45,56:12.7(1/2")

207

240

10

620
405

(Max. Drain lift)

178

10

20

56

227

817

56

45

78 -

1500
or more

1500
or more

Models FDTWA71KXE4R, 90KXE4R


Unit : mm
Drain hose piece
(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

1054

20

Outlet air opening for ducting


(knock out)

Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")

64

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

230

Hole for wiring

750 or less

63
335

128

Unit undersurface

88

95

Gas piping
15.88(5/8")

364

100
140

20

310

Hole

78

10

410

200

Hole

240

620

295~
325

240

200

Holes for
tapping screws
8 4

10

382

240

20

VIEW A

148

460

Suspension
fitting
Outside air opening
for ducting
(knock out)

219

212

Hole

20

66

(Max. Drain lift)

66

264

277

97

65

640

82.5

Center of
panel

(Ceiling hole size)

446

Control
box

Holes of
taping screws
5 4

278

50

97

540

310

Suspension bolts
(M10 4 pcs.)
(Suspension bolts pitch)

590

90

95

1130 (Suspension bolts pitch)

40

120

1260 (Ceiling hole size)

Drain (VP20)
(Gravity drainage)

Decorative Panel

Space for installation and service

Air return

160

100
or more

1000or more

1300

Air supply

100
or more

160

680

360

Obstruction

45

1210

45

79 -

1500
or more

1500
or more

Models FDTWA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


Unit: mm
310

Suspension
fitting

20

Outside air opening


for ducting
(knock out)

240

200

200

20

78
Holes for
tapping screws
8-4

128

20

Outlet air opening for ducting


(knock out)

Unit undersurface

357

255

Hole

67

Hole

Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")

620

50

64

10 20
Gas piping
15.88(5/8")
Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

410
364
310
230

Drain (VP20)
(Gravity
drainage)

140

100

240

295~
325

10

VIEW A

163

672

234

240

Max. drain lift

66

750 or less

612

103

Hole

97

1524

66

110

70

Holes for
tapping
screws
5-4

130
95

80.5
Center of
panel

640 (Ceiling hole size)

Control
box

264

Suspension bolts
(M10 4 pcs.)

97

775

446
(Suspension bolts pitch)

825

90

Hole for wiring

1770

Air supply

Air return

100
or more

1000 or more

680

160

360

160

Space for installation and service

100
or more

obstruction

45

1680

45

Decorative Panel

80 -

292

1600 (Suspension bolts pitch)

40

278

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

1730 (Ceiling hole size)

1500
or more

1500
or more

(d) Ceiling recessed single air supply port type (FDTQ)


Models FDTQA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R
Direct blow panel (TQ-PSA-14W-ER)
210

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

150

150
490

150

30
30

135

68

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)
Opening for
exit wiring

45

VIEW B

576 (Suspension bolts Pitch)

250

288

35

21

288

42

37.5

155

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4)

37.5

30
30

100

Holes for
tapping screws
4-12pcs.

Supply air duct


(Knock out)

Gas piping
22, 28: 9.52(3/8)
36: 12.7(1/2)

197
248

140

Max.Drain lift

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)
295~325

550
255

5
12

139

269

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

138

625

25

570

650

85 or more

125

70

138

Air supply
210

Space for installation and service

100
or more

1000
or more

600 or less

63

Suspension bolts
(M10X4pcs.)
Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

Panel
center

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)

17

Control
box

273

21

570

61

528 (Suspension bolts Pitch)

259

65

100
or more

1500

100
or more

Air return grille


580

or more

Obstacle

VIEW A

81 -

Models FDTQA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R


Direct blow panel (TQ-PSB-14W-ER)
210

150
490

150

150

30
30

68

135

37.5

155

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4)

42

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

37.5

30
30

100

Holes for
tapping screws
4-12pcs.

Supply air duct


(Knock out)

Gas piping
22, 28: 9.52(3/8)
36: 12.7(1/2)

197
248

140

Opening for
exit wiring

45

740 (Ceiling hole size)

VIEW B

82

250

550

63

255

Suspension bolts
(M10X4pcs.)
Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

139

570

528 (Suspension bolts Pitch)


600 (Ceiling hole size)
36

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)
295~325

269
21

Max.Drain lift

Panel
center

Control
box

273

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)

17

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

138

780

85 or more

125

70

570

650

25

138

Air supply
210

Space for installation and service

100
or more

1000
or more

600 or less

259

65
61

35

12

576 (Suspension bolts Pitch)


288
288

21

82

36

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

100
or more

1500

100
or more

Air return grille


580

or more

Obstacle

VIEW A

82 -

When modified to the Duct panel type on site.


Models FDTQA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R 36KXE4R
Duct panel (QR-PNA-14W-ER)

210

150
490

150

30
30

68

135
42
45

VIEW B

576 (Suspension bolts Pitch)

250

550
255

63

25

70

139

138

625

85 or more

570

528 (Suspension bolts Pitch)

Suspension bolts
(M10X4pcs.)
Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

570

650

210

269
21

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)

1000
or more

Space for installation and service

100
or more

100
or more

100
or more

Air return grille


580

Obstacle

VIEW A

83 -

138

295~325

Panel
center

125

Max.Drain lift

Control
box

273

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)

17

600 or less

259

65
61

35

40

288
21

288

197
248

37.5

155

Opening for
exit wiring

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

150

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

12

30
30

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4)

37.5

Supply air duct

100

Holes for
tapping screws
4-12pcs.

140

Gas piping
22, 28: 9.52(3/8)
36: 12.7(1/2)

When modified to the Duct Cassetteria type on site.


Models FDTQA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R
Duct panel (QR-PNB-14W-ER)
210

30
30

150

150
490

150

30
30

68

135

37.5

155

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4)

42

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

37.5

Supply air duct

Gas piping
22, 28: 9.52(3/8)
36: 12.7(1/2)

100

Holes for
tapping screws
4-12pcs.

197
248

140

Opening for
exit wiring

45

740 (Ceiling hole size)


82

576 (Suspension bolts Pitch)

250

288
21
36

288

VIEW B

82

35

40

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

21
550

63

255

25

70

5
12

570

139

138

780

85 or more

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

570

650

295~325

Suspension bolts
(M10X4pcs.)
Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

1000
or more

Space for installation and service

100
or more

100
or more

100
or more

Air return grille


580

Obstacle

VIEW A

84 -

138

Max.Drain lift

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)

210

600 or less

Panel
center

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)

Control
box

273

125

36

61

17

269
259
528 (Suspension bolts Pitch)
600 (Ceiling hole size)

65

(e)

1-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTS)

Models FDTSA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R, 45KXE4R

Holes for tapping screws


(4-6pcs.)

290

180

140

435

315

25
168

Panel center

70

35
50

25

383
200

45

250

150

285

60
90

Drain hose piece (Accessory)


(Installed at site)

VIEW A

295~325
235

940

115

194

10

165

100

600 or less

Max. Drain lift

70

Suspension bolts
(M104 pcs.)

30

30

205

85

Air supply
920

245

Outside air
opening for ducting
(Knock out)

85

125

40

90

290

140

60

50

100

35

Air return grille

770

70
45

45

1200

45

70
140

1290

Holes for
tapping screws
(4.0 6 pcs.)

VIEW B

Decorative Panel
30

45

15

650

30

Space for installation and service

415
275

100 or
more

215

1000 or more

370

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4")

100 or
more

110

Obstacle
155
105

710 (Ceiling hole size)

Unit : mm

70

990 (Suspension bolts pitch)


555

600 (Suspension bolts pitch) 40

opening for ducting


(knock out)

1230 (Ceiling hole size)

60

Outside air

100
50

Outside air
opening for ducting
(Knock out)

Outside air
opening for ducting
(Knock out)

Gas piping
22, 28 : 9.52(3/8")
36, 45 : 12.7(1/2")

Drain
(Connectable with VP25)
Hole for wiring
(35)

VIEW C
-

85 -

100 or
more

Models FDTSA71KXE4R
Unit : mm

1440 (Ceiling hole size)

opening for ducting


45
(knock out)

1250 (Suspension bolts pitch)


675

70
200

60

295~325
1200

200

165
170

30

10 194

100

600 or less Max. Drain lift

100

30

70

Outside air

Air supply
1180

opening for ducting


(Knock out)

210

35

60
100

Air return grille

140

50

40
90

85

110

150

VIEW A

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

90

Suspension bolts
(M104pcs.)

45

250

140

35
50

25
168

Panel center

770

70

290
45

70
140

Holes for
tapping screws
(4-6pcs.)

VIEW B

45

1410

45

1500

Decorative Panel
30 45

15 30

650

Space for installation and service

415
275

100 or

more

110

215

Gas piping
15.88(5/8")

1000 or more

370

Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")

155
105

710 (Ceiling hole size)

145

575

opening for ducting


(Knock out)
Holes for tapping screws
290
(4-6pcs.)

383

70 600 (Suspension bolts pitch) 40


285
315
25

Outside air

opening for ducting


(knock out)

70

Outside air

Outside air

100
50

100 or
more

Obstacle

Drain
(Connectable with VP25)
Hole for wiring
(35)

VIEW C

86 -

100 or

more

(f)

Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQM)

Models FDQMA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R


217

150
490

150

30
30

147

135

Gas piping
22, 28: 9.52(3/8")
36: 12.7(1/2")

197
248

37.5

150

30
30

37.5

100

217

68

155

Supply air duct

75

Holes for
tapping screws
4-12pcs.

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4)
Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

VIEW A
576 (Suspension bolts Pitch)

21

40

257

38

31

570

Opening for
exit wiring
Return air duct

45
60

5
12

139

100
200

53

180

Holes for
tapping screws
4-10pcs.

87 -

Space for installation and service


700

600

180

Suspension bolts
(M10X4pcs.)

92 or more
132
60
29

45
60

550
460

145

100
890

295~325

217

600 or less

Max.Drain lift

63

40

21

Control
box

Holes for
tapping screws
4-4pcs.

273

Outside air
opening
for ducting
(Knock out)

17

Drain hose piece


(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

570

61

60
28

528 (Suspension bolts Pitch)

65

Inspection
hole

(g) High static pressure duct type (FDU)


Model FDUA224KXE4R, 280KXE4R
60

13

138

Holes for screw


(M5 20 pcs.)

163
35

60

35
95

13

200
6 200 = 1200
1500 (Duct dimension)

163

25

Return air duct

13

138

13

65

80

100

1570

250 (Duct for dimension)

18

1640 (Suspension bolts pitch)

1690

25

830
794 (Suspension bolts pitch)

18

Control box

224: 19.05 (3/4")


280: 22.22 (7/8")

13

25

510

Hole for wiring


(25)

106 (Low of suspension leg)

45

Low
185

170

200

13

530

13

138

Drain (VP25)
(Gravity drainage)

60

6 200 = 1200

138

1450 (Duct dimension)

60

900 or more

100 or more

Inspection hole
(900 1730)

35

900 or more

300
or more

Space for installation and service

Inspection hole
(600 600)

Installation
space
900

Slab
Ceiling

Service
space

35
100

Installation hole

(Service space of side)

60
200
or more

Service
space

400 or more
Piping space
(Service space of lower)

88 -

77

30

310

360

49

Upper

138

80
25

Supply air

13

Hole for screw


(M5 20 pcs.)

138

Suspension bolts
(M10 4 pcs.)

250 (Duct for dimension)

Gas piping

Liquid piping
(9.52 (3/8"))

(h) Satellite ducted type (FDUM)


Models FDUMA36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R
Unit : mm

786 (Suspension bolts pitch)


18

80

205

Supply air duct

170
90

Outside air opening


for ducting
(Knock out)

Gas piping
12.7(1/2")

71

Hole of
tapping screws
(4-4)

170

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4")
59

213

149

Control box
Drain hose piece
(Accessory)
(Installed at site)

284

118

472

45

(Suspension bolts pitch)

18

750

Outlet air opening for ducting


(Knock out)

295~325

750
185

Max.Drain lift

VIEW A

320

245

Suspension bolts
(M104pcs.)

80

30

635

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

510
480
465

40
149

199

274

299

600 or less

35

130

405

20

460

Drain (VP20)
(Gravity drainage)

660

45
50

200

200

Hole for wiring

45
200

50

170

620

Holes for tapping screws


(12-4)

Return air duct

VIEW B

89 -

1100

100

35

59

630

200

35

Space for installation and service

Inspection space

Models FDUMA71KXE4R, 90KXE4R


Unit : mm
986 (Suspension bolts pitch)
950

18
80

205

Holes of
tapping screws
4-4

Drain hose piece (Accessory)


(Installed at site)

284

213

149

Control box

118

472
(Suspension bolts pitch) 45

18

Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")
Gas piping
15.88(5/8")

59
71

170

170

Outside air opening


for ducting
(Knock out)

90
Outlet air opening for ducting
(Knock out)

Supply air duct

VIEW A

635
510
480
465
405

40

30

149

35

130

Suspension bolts
(M104pcs.)

80
Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

199

215

299
274

295~325
285

Max.Drain lift

285

600 or less

950
165

20

460
Drain (VP20)
(Gravity drainage)

860

45

4200=800

45
Space for installation and service

50

1300

35

620

830

200

170

59

35

50

Hole for wiring

Return air duct

100

Holes for tapping screws


(14-4)

VIEW B

90 -

Inspection
space

Models FDUMA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R

Unit : mm
1406 (Suspension bolts pitch)
1370

18

472
118 (Suspension bolts pitch) 45

18
205

80

Holes of
tapping screws
(4-4)

213

149
Drain hose piece (Accessory)
(Installed at site)
170

284

150

Control box

170
Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")
58

Gas piping
15.88(5/8")

76

Supply air duct

320

320

320

235

Max.Drain lift

1370
175

Outside air opening


for ducting
(Knock out)

295~325

Outlet air opening for ducting


(Knock out)

VIEW A

635

80

Drain
(Connectable
with VP25)

30

510
480
465
405

200

250

325

350

20

600 or less

86

130

40

Suspension bolts
(M104pcs.)

90

460

Drain (VP20)
(Gravity drainage)

1280

45

6200=1200

60

Space for installation and service

1250

620

1720

35

Holes for tapping screws


(18-4)

Return air duct

100

240

210

70

35

45
60

Holes for wiring

VIEW B

91 -

Inspection
space

(i)

Ceiling mounted duct type (FDUR)

Models FDURA45KXE4R, 56KXE4R, 71KXE4R


Unit : mm

Air return duct


(Low of suspension lug)

886 (Suspension bolts pitch)


850 (Dimension for duct)

45
560
(Suspension bolts pitch)

295
18

25

245

25

240

475

420

525

35

480

80

30

18

650

145

(Dimension for duct)

Control box

Suspension bolts
(M10 4pcs)

70

Liquid piping

45

30

45, 56type:6.35 (1/4)


71type:9.52 (3/8)

58
Air supply duct

71

25

Gas piping
45, 56type:12.7 (1/2)
71type:15.88 (5/8)

Drain (Connectable
with VP25)

100
150
260

Drain (Gravity drainage, VP20)


28

850

600

100

600

635

Drain hose piece (Accessory)


(Installed at site)

(Max.Drain lift)

Space for installation and service

Air supply

1200

Ceiling surface
Inspection hole

92 -

Models FDURA90KXE4R, 112KXE4R, 140KXE4R

Unit : mm
Air return duct

(Dimension for duct)

(Low of suspension lug)

Control box

Suspension bolts
(M10 4pcs)

173

1406 (Suspension bolts pitch)


1370 (Dimension for duct)

350
18

300

25

25

475

240

420

525

35

480

80

30

45

650

560
(Suspension bolts pitch)

18

70

25

58

45

30

Liquid piping
9.52 (3/8)
77

100
Gas piping
15.88 (5/8)

Air supply duct

150
260

Drain (Connectable
with VP25)

Drain (Gravity drainage, VP20)


28

1370

600

100

600

635

Drain hose piece (Accessory)


(Installed at site)

(Max.Drain lift)

Space for installation and service

Air supply

1720

Ceiling surface
Inspection hole

93 -

(j)

Ceiling suspended type (FDE)

Models FDEA36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


Unit : mm
Holes for suspension bolts
(M8 to M104pcs.Not included)

290(Suspension bolts pitch)


24

1022(Suspension bolts pitch)

135

24

410

145

68

Liquid piping

52

990

215

53
109

40

210

173

Gas piping

40

690

1070

Drain hole
connection(1)
(VP20)

195
235

Air supply grille

271

308

(VP20)

Gas piping
12.7(1/2")

76

Air return grille

Space for installation and service

75

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4")

110
135

Drain hole
connection(1)

100
or more

(VP20)

300
or more

Drain hole
connection(1)

53

10

Note(1) The slope of drain piping inside the unit is


able to take decline of 10mm.

150
or more

5
or more

Obstacles

Models FDEA71KXE4R
Unit : mm
Holes for suspension bolts

290(Suspension bolts pitch)


1272(Suspension bolts pitch)

135

24

410

(M8 to M104pcs.Not included)


145

68

Liquid piping

52

Gas piping

40

1240

40

53
109

173
210
215

24

690

1320

195

Air supply grille

Drain hole
connection(1)
(VP20)

235
271

308

76

Air return grille

Gas piping
15.88(5/8")
Drain hole
connection(1)
(VP20)

75
110

Space for installation and service

Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")

135
100
or more

300 or more

Drain hole
connection(1)
(VP20)

53

10

Note(1) The slope of drain piping inside the unit is


able to take decline of 10mm.

150
or more

Obstacles

94 -

5
or more

Models FDEA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R


Unit : mm

290(Suspension bolts pitch)


1572(Suspension bolts pitch)

135

24

410

68

52

Liquid piping
Gas piping

40

1540

40

53
109

173
250
255

24

Holes for suspension bolts


(M8 to M104pcs.Not included)
145

690

1620

195
235

Air supply grille

Drain hole
connection(1)
(VP20)

271

Drain hole
connection(1)
(VP20)
76

Air return grille

75 Liquid piping
110 9.52(3/8")

Gas piping
15.88(5/8")
Drain hole
connection(1)
(VP20)

135

100
or more

150
or more

Obstacles

95 -

53

Space for installation and service

300 or more

308

10

Note(1) The slope of drain piping inside the unit is


able to take decline of 10mm.

5
or more

(k)

Wall mounted type (FDK)

Models FDKA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


Unit : mm
Installation Position Diagram when viewed
from the front and installation space.

Liquid piping
6.35(1/4")

67(Right)
60 (Left)

298

40

44

50

100

60

or
more

or
more

15

Outlet for piping


(On both side)

96 -

8.5
284.2

Hole on wall for


rear connection
65

Space for installation and service

Outlet for
electric wiring
Outlet for piping

Gas piping
22, 28:9.52(3/8")
36, 45, 56:12.7(1/2")

15

44.5

53.5

Service
space

63.5
387.5
457.5
515

or more

220.5
240

50

25

Drain hose
(VP16)
840

182.5

5.3

50

Hole on wall for


rear connection
65

73.5

450

Service
40 space

207.5

44.5

14.5

44
60

60
44

60

693

5073.5

47.5

813
3 60

Service
space 100

Unit

or
more

4-1218
(Long hole)

Mounting plate

Service
space

Model FDKA71KXE5R

4
19

4
43.5

1090

55

55

64

1098

248

60

318

Outlet for
electric wiring

Outlet for piping

Outlet for piping


(On both side)

106
269
349

4-12X18
(Long hole)

Service space
106
219
299

886
610
450
50

100

50

44.5
77
633.5

2-5X17.5
(Long hole)

703.5

7.7

Service space

53.5

772
Drain hose
(VP16)

Liquid piping
9.52(3/8")

Hole on wall for


rear connection

Gas piping
15.88(5/8")

VIEW A (Rear side)


Space for installation and service

65
or
more

Hole on wall for


rear connection

301.8

25

25

44.5

225

221.5

43

46

49.5

Indoor unit

8.5

50

Service space

65 Service space

Mounting plate

55

50
or
more

97 -

100
or
more

(l)

Floor standing exposed type (FDFL)

Models FDFLA28KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 71KXE4R


Unit : mm
Floor piping space
205

786
(1071)

205
180

Space for installation and service

23

166

10
126

Slotted hole for


wall mounting
4-1224

Unit : mm

1000 more

) indicates 71 type.

150 more

Note (1) Value in (

600 more

225

150 more

177

Remote-controller
mounting part

600 more

1196
(1481)

Control
box

80

220

184
234
315

630
250

Expansion valve box

Level adjusting
screw
(Accessory)

197

Drain piping
Flexible tube
PT20A female screw
Air filter

93
148
223

750
(1035)

223

98

197
225

32

Floor fixing metal brakcet


(Accessory)
1030 long hole

Gas piping (Accessory)


28: 9.52(3/8"), 45: 12.7(1/2")
71: 15.88(5/8")

195

Liquid piping
28,45: 6.35(1/4")
71: 9.52(3/8")

195

806
(1091)

(m) Floor standing hidden type (FDFU)


Models FDFUA28KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R, 71KXE4R
Unit : mm
Note (1) Value in (

) indicates 71 type.

Space for installation and service

110

786
(1071)

167

600

1000

126
166

Slotted hole for


wall mounting
4-12 x 24

45

Peri cover Peri cover

100

600
B

100

100

810(1095)
722(1007)

20

225
105 110

Expansion valve box

Control box

80

220

184
234
315

630
250

Drain piping Flexible tube


PT20A female screw

Air filter
30

197

Level adjusting
screw
(Accessory)

750(1035)

Gas piping (Accessory)


28: 9.52(3/8"), 45,56: 12.7(1/2")
71: 15.88(5/8")
Liquid piping
28,45,56: 6.35(1/4")
71: 9.52(3/8")

98

32

Floor fixing metal braket


(Accessory)
10 x 30 long hole

806(1091)

98 -

(2) Remote controller (Optional parts)


Wired remote controller (Model: RC-E1R)
Unit : mm

Installation with wiring exposed

Installation with wiring recessed


Wall

0.3mm2, 3cores (O.D.5.6)


48

Wire
(Recessed)
LCD display

Electrical box
(Locally Purchased)

120
19

Remote controller mounting dimensions


120
Cut off with a knife or the like
thin walled parts intended for
screw holes, and then fix it with
screws.

46

Remote controller
outline

120

83.5

23

45

42

44

For the passage


after wiring
127 Long hole

Precation in extending the remote controller cord

Attachment hole
94.5 Long hole(4 pcs.)

11.5

Maximum total extension 600m.

The cord should be a shielded wire.


For all types : 0.3mm2  3 cores
Note: (1) Use cables up to 0.5mm2 (maximum) for those laid inside the remote controller casing and connect to a different size
cable at a vicinity point outside the remote controller, if necessary.
Within 100-200m
Within 300m
Within 400m
Within 600m

0.5 mm2
0.75 mm2
1.25 mm2
2.0 mm2

Earth wiring

 3 cores
 3 cores
 3 cores
 3 cores

Indoor unit
(This side is not grounded)

The shielded wire should be grounded at one side only.

Remote controller cord


(Shielded wire)

Remote controller

99 -

(3) Branching controller (Heat recovery type only)


Model PFD112-ER
Outdoor refrigerant piping
connection port (suction gas)
15.88 flare
When connecting 9.52, use the
irregular joint A which is provided.
When connecting 12.7, use the
irregular joint B which is provided.
100

Connection wiring of
indoor side (length 2000)

54.2

70.3

208

Indoor refrigerant piping


connection port (gas)
15.88 flare
When connecting 9.52, use the
irregular joint A which is provided.
When connecting 12.7, use the
irregular joint B which is provided.

15

Suspension bolt position


M10 4 bolts
Parts procured locally

Outdoor refrigerant piping


connection port (discharge gas)
12.7 flare
When connecting 9.52, use the
irregular joint C which is provided.

157.7

95

157.7

95

69
338.4

185.8

248.4

20.2

95.6

70.3

124.2

With a connector

308.4

Notes (1) Do not operate a unit when it is not connected to the branch
controller.
(2) Branch controllers cannot be installed above and below
each other. Install them so that they are level with respect to
each other.
(3) Connection wires should be run from a surface facing the
inspection opening.
(4) Be sure to provide the servicing space specified in the
diagram at left.
(5) If multiple indoor units are connected to a single
branching controller, please control them with a single
remote controller. Also activate the remote control sensor
when this is done.
(6) Connect the irregular joints shown in the following table in
accordance with the connection pipe diameter.
(Use the flare nuts provided for the branch controller.)

340
Service space

100 or more

280

Inspection port
(450)

Irregular size Joints


For outdoor unit suction gas piping
For indoor unit gas piping
2 pcs.
2 pcs.

Upper

ID 9.52

150 or more
250 or greater if the
irregular joints packed
with the units are used.

OD 15.88

150 or more
Lower 250 or greater if the
irregular joints packed
with the units are used.

ID 12.7

OD 15.88

For outdoor unit


discharge gas piping
1 pcs.
ID 9.52

OD 15.88

(7) A noise may be emitted by the branching controller as a


result of control during operation or stopping of an indoor
unit. If it is installed in the ceiling where it is exposed, take
adequate precautions with the installation location.

Service space

100 -

Model PFD180-ER

Connection wiring of
indoor side (length 2000)

With a connector

Outdoor refrigerant piping


connection port (suction gas)
15.88 flare

15

Suspension bolt position


M10 4 bolts
Parts procured locally

248.4

Outdoor refrigerant piping


connection port
(discharge gas) 12.7 flare

95

157.7

338.4

95

185.8

69

124.2

54.2
208

Indoor refrigerant piping


connection port (gas)
15.88 flare

157.7

100

70.3

20.2

95.6

70.3

308.4

340
Service space

Notes (1) Do not operate a unit when it is not connected to the branch
controller.
(2) Branch controllers cannot be installed above and below
each other. Install them so that they are level with respect to
each other.
(3) Connection wires should be run from a surface facing the
inspection opening.
(4) Be sure to provide the servicing space specified in the
diagram at left.
(5) If multiple indoor units are connected to a single branching
controller, please control them with a single remote
controller. Also activate the remote control sensor when this
is done.
(6) A noise may be emitted by the branching controller as a
result of control during operation or stopping of an indoor
unit. If it is installed in the ceiling where it is exposed, take
adequate precautions with the installation location.

100 or more

280

Inspection port
(450)

Upper

150 or more

150 or more
Lower

Service space

101 -

Model PFD280-ER
Outdoor refrigerant piping
connection port (suction gas)
15.88 flare
When connecting 19.05, use the
irregular joint A which is provided.
When connecting 22.22, use the
irregular joint B which is provided.

Suspension bolt position


M10 4 bolts
Parts procured locally

Connection wiring of
indoor side (length 2000)

338.4

With a connector

15

120

283

323.4

174.2

74.2

20.2

180.6

80

Outdoor refrigerant piping


connection port (discharge gas)
15.88 flare
When connecting 19.05, use the
irregular joint C which is provided.

70.3

157.7

70.3

120

185.8

157.7

Indoor refrigerant piping


connection port (gas)
15.88 flare
When connecting 19.05, use the
irregular joint A which is provided.
When connecting 22.22, use the
irregular joint B which is provided.

308.4

340

Service space

350

Inspection port
(450)

Notes (1) Do not operate a unit when it is not connected to the


branch controller.
(2) Branch controllers cannot be installed above and below
each other. Install them so that they are level with respect
to each other.
(3) Connection wires should be run from a surface facing the
inspection opening.
(4) Be sure to provide the servicing space specified in the
diagram at left.
(5) If multiple indoor units are connected to a single
branching controller, please control them with a single
remote controller. Also activate the remote control sensor
when this is done.
(6) Connect the irregular joints shown in the following table
in accordance with the connection pipe diameter.

100 or more

Irregular size Joints


For outdoor unit suction gas piping
For indoor unit gas piping
2 pcs.
2 pcs.

Upper

ID 19.05

150 or more
250 or greater if the
irregular joints packed
with the units are used.

Lower

ID 15.88

150 or more
250 or greater if the
irregular joints packed
with the units are used.

ID 22.22

ID 15.88

For outdoor unit


discharge gas piping
1 pcs.
ID 19.05

ID 15.88

(7) A noise may be emitted by the branching controller as a


result of control during operation or stopping of an indoor
unit. If it is installed in the ceiling where it is exposed,
take adequate precautions with the installation location.

Service space

102 -

 Relay kit with branch controller


Connector
6P, Blue

Connector
4P, White
Matching terminals

40

22.5

70

90

100

2-6

85

50.8

103 -

95

119.7

190

729

81

1300

480

450

15

110

50

65

100

200

Indoor refrigerant piping connection port


15.88 (flare)
When connecting 9.52 use the irregular joint A
which is provided.
When connecting with 12.7 pipe. Cut off to connect
with the irregular joint A supplied with the unit.

150

1300

(1300)

100 or more

(19.05, 22.22 cut off to connect)

Inspection port

186.8

Outdoor refrigerant piping


connection port (suction gas)
15.88 (flange)

95

104 -

69.7

115.7

106.4

243

243

Upper

243

1000
400
or more
6. Use the joints shown in the table below for connecting pipes of
different diameters. (For the flare nuts, use those provided with
the branching controller.)
Irregular size joints
For outdoor unit gas
For outdoor unit gas
suction pipe
For indoor unit gas pipe discharge pipe

5 pcs.

1 pc.

ID9.52

ID12.7

1 pc.

ID19.05

Service space
Weight
30kg

ID19.05

OD15.88

ID22.22

ID15.88

Unit : mm

OD15.88

Flange joint
For outdoor unit
gas suction pipe

150
Lower or more

(4) Integrated branching remote controller (Heat recovery type only)

115.7

When connecting 19.05 use the irregular joint B


which is provided.
When connecting with 12.7 pipe. Cut off to connect
with the irregular joint A supplied with the unit.

Model PFD112X4-ER

Remarks: 1. A branching controller cannot be installed upside down. Please install


it in such a manner that the main body is held levelly.
2. Be sure to set a service space as shown in the figure below.
3. When multiple indoor units are connected to one branch, use one remote
controller for control, or enable the remote controller sensor.
4. Noise may arise from the branching controller during the control when
the indoor unit is operated or stopped. Pay attention to the installation
location when the installation is conducted from the ceiling.
5. Use the provided liquid header to connect the liquid pipe via the horizontal
branch.

Outdoor refrigerant piping connection port (discharge gas)


15.88 (flare)

3.3 Exterior appearance


(a) Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)

(b) Ceiling recessed type (FDT)

Decorative panel

Decorative panel

Pearl white
Pearl white

(c) 2-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTW)

Air return

Air supply

Decorative panel
Standard type
Panel part No.

Type

Panel color

TW-PSA-23W-ER
TW-PSA-33W-ER

Applicable model
FDTW28, 45, 56

With Auto swing

TW-PSA-43W-ER

Pearl white

FDTW71, 90
FDTW112, 140

105 -

(d) Ceiling recessed single air supply port type (FDTQ)


This illustration shows the direct blow panel (TQ-PSA-14W-ER). Painting color is the same for other panels.

Pearl white

Decorative panel

Panel part No.


TQ-PSA-14W-ER
Direct blow panel
TQ-PSB-14W-ER
Duct panel

(e)

QR-PNA-14W-ER
QR-PNB-14W-ER

Type

Panel color

Applicable model

With Auto swing

Pearl white

FDTQ22, 28, 36

Non Auto swing

Pearl white

FDTQ22, 28, 36

1-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTS)

Panel
Ceramic white

Air return grille


Ceramic white

Decorative panel
Panel part No.
TS-PSA-28W-ER
TS-PSA-38W-ER

Type

Panel color

With Auto swing

Ceramic white

Applicable model
FDTS28, 36, 45
FDTS71

106 -

(f)

Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQM) .............................Zinc steel plate

(g) High static pressure ducted type (FDU).......................................Zinc steel plate


(h) Satellite ducted type (FDUM) ....................................................... Zinc steel plate
(i)

Ceiling mounted duct type (FDUR) ............................................. Zinc steel plate

(j)

Ceiling suspension type (FDE)

Light gray
(Horizontal louver)

Pearl white
(Front panel)

Pearl white
(Air return grille)

(k)

Light gray
(Vertical louver)
Pearl white
(Side panel)

Pearl white
(Front panel)

Wall mounted type (FDK)


Models FDKA22, 28, 36, 45, 56KXE4R

Model FDKA71KXE5R

Noble white

Yellowish white

(l)

Floor standing exposed type (FDFL)


Dark gray
(Air supply grill)

Ceramic white
(Body)

Black
(Bottom plate)

(m) Floor standing hidden type (FDFU) .......................................... Zinc steel plate

107 -

3.4 Characteristics of fan


(1) Ceiling recessed single air suppy port type (FDTQ)
(Only when FDTQA22, 28 and 36 model are used for the Duct panel type.)

er
Upp it
lim

h
Hig

Static pressure (Pa)

Models FDTQA22, 28 36KXE4R

Lo

Lower
limit

Upper
limit
Air flow(m3/min)

108 -

(2) Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQM)


Satellite ducted type (FDUM)
External static pressure table
Duct specs.

1 spot
closing

Standard

Example : Case of FDUMA71KXE4R

Square duct

Stan- High(1) Stan- High(1) Stan- High(1)


dard speed dard speed dard speed

40
an

St

Model

rd
da
an gh
St Hi

Air flow
(m3 /min)

How to interpret the blower characteristics table

Unit : Pa

12

50

85

50

90

14

50

85

50

90

FDUMA71

18

35

70

50

85

55

90

FDUMA90

20

30

65

50

85

55

90

FDUMA112

28

50

80

60

90

65

95

FDUMA140

34

50

75

60

85

65

95

FDUMA36
FDUMA45
56

Static pressure (Pa)

30

Lo

rd

rd
da
an um
St edi
M

da

FDQMA22
28
36

20

2-spot blower
internal resistance

0
10

3-spot blower
internal resistance
Square duct blower
internal resistance

20

Note (1) For high speed operation, insert the white connector and the red
connector beside the control box in other places respectively.

13 14

16

18

20

Air flow (m /min)


3

1 2-spot blowout.....................
Internal resistance increases more than
the standard 3-spot blowout. Approx.
14Pa at 17m3/min
2 Square duct blowout...........
Internal resistance decreases more than
the standard round duct (200 3-spot).
3Pa at 17 m3/min. (External static
pressure increases in reverse.)

Models FDQMA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R

Model

FDUMA36KXE4R

er

100
ed

h
Hig

spe

p
Up

it

lim

gh

Hi

hs

Hi
d

ee

Hig

sp

80

lim

Hig

igh
H
ard
nd
ium
Sta
ed
M
ard
nd
Sta
w
Lo
ard

Static pressure (Pa)

ee

o
L

nd

20

h
Hig

Static pressure (Pa)

gh

it

p
hs

40

Sta

er
Upp it
lim

ium

ed
ed
M
pe
ed
hs
Hig w
Lo

pe

ard
nd mit
Sta per li
Up

w
Lo

0
2-spot blower internal resistance
Square duct blower internal resistance

20
Lower
limit

Air flow(m3/min)

Upper
limit

109 -

10

12

14

Lower
limit

Air flow (m3/min)

Upper
limit

Models FDUMA45KXE4R, 56KXE4R

Static pressure (Pa)

gh
Hi
e
sp

ium
Hi
gh

ed
spe it
h
g
Hi er lim
p
Hi
Up
gh

Hi

gh

sp

sp

ig

H
d

ee

ee

d
Hi

gh

sp

ee

d
M

M
d

ee

sp
m
iu
ed

St
rd
da
an

Lo
d

ee

sp

d
ee
p
s it
gh lim
Hi w
Lo

nd

per
Up H
ard
i

Sta

ed

ed
pe
s
h
it
Hig w lim S
tan
Lo

ium

t
limi
gh

sp

da

ee

rd

Lo

igh

St

da

ed

ium

an
da

M
rd

ow

rd

nda
um
edi

Lo

ard
nd

Sta

Sta

igh

an

St

Static pressure (Pa)

gh

Static pressure (Pa)

ium
ed
M
rd
da
an

igh

St

ed

M
gh

Hi

rd

da

ard

ard

Hi

an

o
L

nd

ed

Sta

r
da
an
St w
Lo

Static pressure (Pa)

nd

rd
t

mi

Upper
limit

Air flow (m3/min)

Model FDUMA112KXE4R

d
ee
sp it
h
m
Hig per li
Up

li
er

gh
Hi

diu

Sta

a
nd
Sta w
Lo

Lower
limit

Model FDUMA90KXE4R

St

d
ee
sp it
h
ig lim
H ow
L

[Standard]
3-spot blower internal resistance
Square duct blower internal resistance

Upper
limit

Air flow (m3/min)

p
U

m
iu
ed
M
d
ee
sp

Me
d

ow

rd
da limit
n
a
St per
Up

2-spot blower internal resistance

2-spot blower internal resistance


[Standard]
Square duct blower internal resistance

Lower
limit

gh
Hi

gh
Hi
d

ee

L
ed

d
ee
sp it
h
Hig w lim
Lo

d
ee
sp

ee

sp

e
sp
rd

gh
Hi

sp

gh

Hi

gh
Hi

it

lim

er

p
Up

da

n
Sta

d
ee
sp mit
h
i
l
g
Hi per
Up

gh
Hi

ed
pe it
s
h
m
Hig per li
Up

Model FDUMA71KXE4R

3-spot blower internal resistance


4-spot blower internal resistance

2-spot blower internal resistance


3-spot blower internal resistance

Square duct blower internal resistance

Square duct blower internal resistance

Lower
limit

Air flow (m3/min)

Upper
limit

Lower
limit

110 -

Air flow (m3/min)

Upper
limit

Model FDUMA140KXE4R

h
ig

d
ee
sp imit
h
l
g
Hi per
Up

d
ee
sp

gh
Hi

H
h
ig

M
d
ee
sp

Hi

m
iu
ed

rd it
da
an er lim
t
S p
Up

gh
sp
L
d
ow

an
St

rd

rd

da

da
an
St w
Lo

gh

Static pressure (Pa)

ee

i
H
rd
da
an
St

d
ee
sp it
h
g
m
Hi w li
Lo

ium

ed

3-spot blower internal resistance


4-spot blower internal resistance[Standard]

Square duct blower internal resistance

Lower
limit

Ceiling mounted dact type (FDUR)


FDURA45KXE4R

Model

120

120

110

110

100

100
r
ppe
d-U
e
e
sp

90

gh

Hi

h
Hig it
lim

80

d-

ow

er
ow
-L
rd
da
an
St

15

16

17
Standard
air flow

18

it

igh
-H
rd
da
an
St

Lower
limit

-L

Hig

rd-

10
0

er

13 12 14

h
Hig
t
limi

20

Low

dHi
r gh
w
o e
L
d
e
e
p
s

30

rd-

10

-U
dard

19

17

Lower
limit

Upper
limit

18

19

20

21
Standard
air flow

Air flow(m3/min)

Air flow(m3/min)

111 -

sp

ee

r lim

ppe

Sta

nda

Sta

20

60

40

nda

30

70

Sta

gh

ed

per

Sta

ddar

Hi

h
Hig it
lim

80

Standard
pressure 50

t
imi

Up

40

r
pe
-Up
ed
e
sp

90

e
sp

Standard
pressure 50

er

-Low

eed

sp
High
it
lim

ow

60

gh

d-L

pee

Hi

hs

70

FDURA56KXE4R

gh
Hi

ee

sp

Hig

Static pressure (Pa)

Model

Static pressure (Pa)

(3)

Upper
limit

Air flow (m3/min)

22

23
Upper
limit

FDURA71KXE4R

Model

200

200

180

180

160

160

120
h
Hig

Hi

gh

ee

d-

100
80

ow

nd

Sta
igh
-H

ard

200

180

180

160

160

h
Hig

100

Hi

ee

d-

29

31

gh

sp

ee

d-

d-

gh

wer

d-Lo

Lo

pee
igh s

60

limit

gh

dard

Stan

Hi

-Upp

it
er lim
sp
dgh
Hi

Standard
air flow

ee

ow

igh

rd-L

-H

37

nda

ard

20

Sta

nd

33 34 35

gh

Hi

80

Standard
50
pressure

0
33.5 35.5 37.5 39.5 41.5 43.5 45.5 47.5 49.5
Lower
50
42
limit
Upper

owe

31

h
Hig

e
sp

Hi

-U

ed

100

Sta

rd-L

Lower
limit

29

120

mi

r li

e
pp

ee

limi

FDURA140KXE4R

140

40

nda

27

41
Upper
limit

sp

pper

rd-U

39

Standard
air flow

gh

Hig

da
Stan

er
Low

limit

Sta

Hi

ed
spe

37

33 34 35

Hi

ow
-L

d
ee

60
Standard
50
pressure

20

sp

sp

80

40

Static pressure (Pa)

140

gh
Hi

Static pressure (Pa)

200

120

27

Model

gh

it

r lim

-L
eed

Air flow(m3/min)

FDURA112KXE4R

t
mi
r li
pe
p
d-U
ee
sp

gh

owe

-L

er

Upp

ard-

d
Stan

Lower
limit

Upper
limit

Hi

limit

Air flow(m3/min)

Model

d-

owe
rd-L
nda
Sta

igh
-H
rd
da
an
St

sp

ee

hs

20

Standard
air flow

gh

Hig

40

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Lower
limit

Hi

60

ow

h
Hig

t
mi
r li
pe
p
d-U
ee
sp

ed

rd-L
nda
Sta

20

gh

120

Standard
50
pressure

it
r lim
ppe
U
d
r
nda
Sta

40

140

e
sp

Lo

d-

ee

60
Standard
50
pressure

Hi

imit
er l
-Low
d
e
spe
High

sp

80

sp

FDURA90KXE4R

gh
Hi

100

t
mi
r li
pe
p
d-U
ee
sp

Static pressure (Pa)

140

gh
Hi

Static pressure (Pa)

Model

39

41
Upper
limit

Standard
air flow

Air flow(m3/min)

Air flow(m3/min)

112 -

limit

(4) High static pressure ducted type (FDU)


How to interpret the blower characteristics table
Example What is the Fan Controllers Volume Number setting if, at the high operation speed of FDUA224KXE4R, it is required
to have 120Pa outside static pressure at 56m3/min airflow volume as the operation point?
Move the 120Pa outside static pressure point to the right as shown in the diagram below. The a -point, i.e. where
this intersects with the solid curve tracing the 56m3/min airflow volume upwards, is the appropriate Volume Number.
In this example the appropriate Volume Number is No. 3.
In this situation, a condition of 50m3/min airflow volume at 96Pa outside static pressure can be predicated at Low Tap
and it can be concluded that operation is possible.
Always follow the procedure in b -point to verify that the condition at Low Tap is not outside the Feasible
Operation Airflow Volume Range.
Notes (1) Circled values in the Special Feature Table indicate Fan Controller Volume Numbers. Volume Numbers with no entry
are outside the Feasible Operation Airflow Volume Range and therefore operation is not possible.
(2) The Fan Controller Volume Number is set at No.5 when shipped from the assembly plant.
Model FDUA280KXE4R

Model FDUA224KXE4R

High
Low

Condition of standard rating


Rated air volume: 100Pa

200

High
Low
200

8 7
6

Example
of duct

6
5
4

150

Condition of standard rating


Rated air volume: 100Pa

5 4
3

Example
of duct

5
150

100
b

8
3
7

6
3

50

Static pressure Pa

Static pressure Pa

100
2

50

5
4
0

38 40

Lower
limit

45

50 51

55 56

Standard

60

65

51

Upper
limit

55

Lower
limit

Air flow(m3/min)

60

65

68 70

75

Standard
Air flow(m3/min)

113 -

80

85 87

Upper
limit

3.5 Noise level


Note (1) The data are based on the following conditions.
Ambient air tempetature: Indoor unit 27C DB, 19C WB. Outdoor unit 35C DB
(2) The data in the chart are measuted in an unechonic room.
(3) The noise levels measured in the field are usually higher than the data because of reflection.

(a)

Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)

Measured based on JIS B 8616


Mike position as right
1.5m
Mike (center & low points)

Models FDTCA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R


Noise level 35 dB (A) at HIGH
33 dB (A) at MEDIUM
32 dB (A) at LOW
60

N60
50

Model FDTCA45KXE4R

Model FDTCA36KXE4R

60

60

50

50

N60

20

20

20

500

1000

2000

40

N40
30

30

N30

10
63

125

250

500

1000

20

20

N20

N1

10
8000

4000

50

40

20

N20

2000

N20

N1

10
8000

4000

60

N50

N30

N30

250

50

30

30

30

30

125

50

N60

N40

N40

10
63

60

40

40

40

40

60

N50

N50

N1

Noise level 40 dB (A) at HIGH


38 dB (A) at MEDIUM
36 dB (A) at LOW

Noise level 38 dB (A) at HIGH


36 dB (A) at MEDIUM
34 dB (A) at LOW

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

10
8000

Model FDTCA56KXE4R
Noise level 45 dB (A) at HIGH
42 dB (A) at MEDIUM
39 dB (A) at LOW
60

N60

60

50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30
20

20

N20

N1

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

10
8000

Measured based on JIS B 8616


Mike position as right

(b) Ceiling recessed type (FDT)

1.5m
Mike (center & low points)

Models FDTA28KXE4R, 36KXE4R, 45KXE4R Model FDTA56KXE4R

50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30
20

20

N20

N1

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

10
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30
20

20

N20

N1

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

10
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

114 -

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

60

N60

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

60

Model FDTA71KXE4R

Noise level 36 dB (A) at HIGH


34 dB (A) at MEDIUM
32 dB (A) at LOW

Noise level 35 dB (A) at HIGH


33 dB (A) at MEDIUM
31 dB (A) at LOW

Noise level 37 dB (A) at HIGH


35 dB (A) at MEDIUM
33 dB (A) at LOW
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30
20

20

N20

N1

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

10
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30
20

20

N20

N1

10
125

63

250

500

1000

2000

4000

10
8000

60

Model FDTA140KXE4R
Noise level 45 dB (A) at HIGH
43 dB (A) at MEDIUM
41 dB (A) at LOW

60
N60

50

50
N50

40

40
N40

30

30
N30

20

20
N20

N1

10
8000

10
125

63

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

60

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Model FDTA90KXE4R
Model FDTA112KXE4R
Noise level 43 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise level 43 dB (A) at HIGH
41 dB (A) at MEDIUM
41 dB (A) at MEDIUM
38 dB (A) at LOW
38 dB (A) at LOW

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30
20

20

N20

N1

10
8000

10
125

63

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

1.5m
Mike (center & low points)

70

70
N70

60

60
N60

50

50
N50

40

40
N40

30

30
N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

2-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTW)


Models FDTWA28KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R Model FDTWA71KXE4R
Models FDTWA28KXE5R, 45KXE5R, 56KXE5R
Measured based on JIS B 8616
Noise level 39 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH
Mike position as below
36 dB (A) at MEDIUM
38 dB (A) at MEDIUM
33 dB (A) at LOW
35 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

(c)

70

70
N70

60

60
N60

50

50
N50

40

40
N40

30

30
0

20
63

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

70

70
N70

60

60
N60

50

50
N50

40

40
N40

30

30
N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

115 -

250

500

1000

2000

20
8000

4000

Model FDTWA140KXE4R
Noise level 45 dB (A) at HIGH
42 dB (A) at MEDIUM
39 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

70

Model FDTWA112KXE4R
Noise level 44 dB (A) at HIGH
41 dB (A) at MEDIUM
38 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH


39 dB (A) at MEDIUM
36 dB (A) at LOW

125

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Model FDTWA90KXE4R

N30

N2

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

(e)

(d) Ceiling recessed single air suppy type (FDTQ)


Measured based on JIS B 8616
Mike position as below

1-way outlet ceiling recessed


type (FDTS)
Measured based on JIS B 8616
Mike position as below

1.5m

1.5m
Mike (center & low points)

70

70
N70

60

60
N60

50

50
N50

40

40
N40

30

30
N30

20
8000

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

70

Model FDTSA22KXE4R
Noise level 39 dB (A) at HIGH
38 dB (A) at LOW
70

N70

60

60
N60

50

50
N50

40

40
N40

30

30
N30

N2

20
63

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

20
63

125

Measured based on JIS B 8616


Mike position as right

1.5m

70

50

60

63

75

64

60

N60

50

50

N50
40

N50
40

40

40

N40
30

N40
30

20
63

125

250

500

30

30

N30

N2

1000

2000

4000

N30

N2

20
8000

20
8000

20
63

125

250

500

116 -

1000

2000

4000

Outlet side Intake side


74

70

50

4000

FDUA280KXE4R

N70

N70
60

2000

FDUA224KXE4R
Model FDUA224KXE4R
Model FDUA280KXE4R
Noise level 38 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise level 39 dB (A) at HIGH
35 dB (A) at MEDIUM
37 dB (A) at MEDIUM
32 dB (A) at LOW
34 dB (A) at LOW

N60

1000

Power level
(Measurement conditions: JIS-B8616, measurement location: reverberation chamber)
(Unit: dB)
Form factor

60

500

  


 
 
   

High static pressure ducted type (FDU)

70

250

     

     

     

70

N30

N2

Model FDTSA71KXE4R
Noise level 44 dB (A) at HIGH
40 dB (A) at MEDIUM
38 dB (A) at LOW

  


 
 
   

  


 
 
   

70

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Models FDTSA28KXE4R, 36KXE4R Model FDTSA45KXE4R


Noise level 40 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise level 43 dB (A) at HIGH
39 dB (A) at MEDIUM
40 dB (A) at MEDIUM
38 dB (A) at LOW
38 dB (A) at LOW

(f)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Noise level 38 dB (A) at HIGH


34 dB (A) at LOW

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

When used as the Duct panel type


Models FDTQA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R
36KXE4R
Noise level 42 dB (A) at HIGH
39 dB (A) at LOW

Models FDTQA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R


36KXE4R

N2

Mike (center & low points)

20
8000

(g) Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQU)


Satellite ducted type (FDUM)
Measured based on JIS B 8616
Mike position as right

Models FDQMA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R


36KXE4R
Noise level 34 dB (A) at HIGH
31 dB (A) at LOW
70

1.5m

Model FDUMA36KXE4R

Models FDUMA45KXE4R, 56KXE4R


71KXE4R
Noise level 35 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise level 34 dB (A) at HIGH
32 dB (A) at MEDIUM
32 dB (A) at MEDIUM
29 dB (A) at LOW
29 dB (A) at LOW

70

70

70
N70

N70

60

60

60

60
N60

N60

50

50

50

50

N50

40

N50
40

40

40

N40

30

30

250

500

30

1000 2000 4000 8000

Model FDUMA90KXE4R
Noise level 36 dB (A) at HIGH
33 dB (A) at MEDIUM
30 dB (A) at LOW

N30

N2
20

125

30

N30

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Model FDUMA112KXE4R
Noise level 38 dB (A) at HIGH
35 dB (A) at MEDIUM
32 dB (A) at LOW

Model FDUMA140KXE4R
Noise level 39 dB (A) at HIGH
37 dB (A) at MEDIUM
34 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

N20

20
63

N40

70

70
N70

60

60
N60

50

50
N50

40

40
N40

30

30
N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

117 -

(h) Ceiling mounted duct type (FDUR)

Unit
1.5m

Measured based on JIS B 8616


Mike position as right

N70
60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

20
8000

4000

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

20
63

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

500

1000

2000

20
8000

4000

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

70

20
63

70

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

125

250

500

1000

2000

20
8000

4000

Model FDURA140KXE4R
Noise level 43 dB (A) at HIGH
49 dB (A) at LOW

N70
60

N30

N2

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

(i)

250

Model FDURA112KXE4R
Noise level 42 dB (A) at HIGH
38 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Model FDURA90KXE4R
Noise level 42 dB (A) at HIGH
37 dB (A) at LOW

20

125

60

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

N2

N30

N2

70

N70

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

60

70

N70

Model FDURA71KXE4R
Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH
37 dB (A) at LOW
70

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Model FDURA56KXE4R
Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise
level 37 dB (A) at LOW
70
70
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Model FDURA45KXE4R
Noise level 40 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise
level 36 dB (A) at LOW
70

Mike (center & low points)

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Ceiling suspended type (FDE)


Models FDEA36KXE4R, 45KXE4R, 56KXE4R
Noise level 39 dB (A) at HIGH
38 dB (A) at MEDIUM
36 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

Measured based on JIS B 8616


Mike position as below

1m
Unit

1m

Mike (front & low point)

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

70

Model FDEA140KXE4R
Noise level 46 dB (A) at HIGH
44 dB (A) at MEDIUM
43 dB (A) at LOW

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

118 -

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

70

Model FDEA112KXE4R
Noise level 44 dB (A) at HIGH
41 dB (A) at MEDIUM
39 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Model FDEA71KXE4R
Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH
39 dB (A) at MEDIUM
37 dB (A) at LOW

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Wall mounted type (FDK)

Unit
1m

Measured based on JIS B 8616


Mike position as right

1m

Mike
(Center & low points)

70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

Models FDKA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R Model FDKA36KXE4R


Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH
Noise level 40 dB (A) at HIGH
37 dB (A) at MEDIUM
36 dB (A) at MEDIUM
33 dB (A) at LOW
32 dB (A) at LOW
70

70

N70
60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Souud Pressure Level


(standard 0.0002bar)

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

20
125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

20
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

70

60

60

N60
50

50

N50
40

40

N40
30

30

N30

N2

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Floor standing type (FDFL, FDFU))


Measured based on JIS B 8616
Mike position as right

Indoor unit

Mike (front & at low point)


1m

Models FDFLA28KXE4R, FDFUA28KXE4R

1m

Models FDFLA45KXE4R, 71KXE4R


FDFUA45KXE4R, 56KXE4R, 71KXE4R
Noise level 43 dB (A) at HIGH
41 dB (A) at MEDIUM
40 dB (A) at LOW

Sound pressure level (dB)


(Standard 0.0002 bar)

Sound pressure level (dB)


(Standard 0.0002 bar)

Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH


38 dB (A) at MEDIUM
36 dB (A) at LOW

Mid octave band frequency (Hz)

Mid octave band frequency (Hz)

119 -

4000

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

N70

20
63

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

(k)

70

N70

70

70

N70

63

70

Model FDKA71KXE5R
Noise level 46 dB (A) at HIGH
43 dB (A) at MEDIUM
39 dB (A) at LOW

70

20
8000

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

Model FDKA56KXE4R
Noise level 46 dB (A) at HIGH
43 dB (A) at MEDIUM
39 dB (A) at LOW
Souud Pressure Level (dB)
(standard 0.0002 bar)

N30

N2

Mid Octave Band Frequency (Hz)

N2

Model FDKA45KXE4R
Noise level 41 dB (A) at HIGH
37 dB (A) at MEDIUM
32 dB (A) at LOW

Souud Pressure Level (dB)


(standard 0.0002 bar)

(j)

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)
WH
RD

CnN4

WH

Y/GN

Y/GN 1

WH

BK

WH

6 5 1 2 3 4

BK

12 13 14 15 16 17

RD
RD

WH

WH

RD

1 2 3 4 5

CnA

CnN1 CnN2

CnH

CnA2

BR
WH
Y
OR
BL

BK

BK

10 11

CnI2
LM4
CnC

LED  1 LED  2

2
3
4

SW5

SW6

CnV

SW9
SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4

F(3.15A)

120 -

WH

CnR

1
3

CnM2
3

15V

F(0.16A)

CnR2

CnM3

DM

CnM6

XR1
CnW1

CnW2

CnM4

1
CnM5

XR3

XR2

Mark
XR4
XR5
X4
TB
CnA~Z
 mark

LM1

RD
WH
BK

TB
X

RD

WH

BK

Thc
Remote
controller

XR5

XR4

17V
220/240V

TrI

Option

FMI
Note(1) Always turn off power before you unplug the fan motor connector shown in
an area 1 delineated by a dotted line, otherwise a breakdown of the fan
motor may result.
Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
Mark
Parts name
FMI
Fan motor
SW2
Indoor unit address units digit
DM
Drain motor
SW3
Outdoor unit address tens digit
FS
Float switch
SW4
Outdoor unit address units digit
LM1~4 Louver motor
SW6
Model capacity setting
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
TrI
Transformer
ThI-A
Thermistor
F
Fuse
ThI-R1 Thermistor
LED1
Indication lamp(Red)
ThI-R2 Thermistor
LED2
Indication lamp(Green)
ThI-R3 Thermistor
XR1
Operation output(DC12V output)
Thc
Thermistor
XR2
Heating output(DC12V output)
SW1
Indoor unit address tens digit
XR3
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)

CnT

2 3 4

LM2

OR
RD

CnZ
CnB

X4
CnM1

CnJ2

P
BR

CnD
1

CnW0

LM3
BL

CnI
CnJ

CnK2
RD

RD
BR
WH
Y
OR
BL

CnN5

RD
RD

BL

BL

BL

BL
3

BR
BK
BL

Printed circuit
CnK board

RD

TB
L

WH

Power source

BL

BR

CnU

BL

45KXE4R, 56KXE4R

TB
A

CnN3
2

Parts name
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
OR
Orange
RD
Red

Mark
WH
Y
P
Y/GN

Color
White
Yellow
Pink
Yellow/Green

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Testrun of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3 OFF
signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:Invalid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:valid
ON
Fan control:UH,H,M
SW9-4 OFF
Fan control:H,M,L

3.6 Electrical wiring

CnH2

(a) Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)

FS

SM

(1) Indoor unit

ThI-R1 ThI-R2 ThI-R3

Models FDTCA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R

ThI-A

XR2

TrI

XR3

XR5

X2

CnW7 X6

CnT 12V
SW6
SW5

CnW8

X1

LED 1

X4
X3

LED 2

F(3.15A)

CnJ 12V
1

CFI

OR
OR

BL

C U H ML
F(0.16A)
H

CnR

Printed circuit
board

CnI

CnV
RD

CnM3

BR

1 3 5 7 91

Power board

SW9
SW2SW3SW4

TB1
X

WH
BK

RD

WH

BK

ThC
Remote
controller

CnI2
CnR2

CnF

CnA
1 2 3 4 5

RD

WH
Y/GN

CnB

RD

CnK2

CnK1

CnW1

TB2
A BL

CnJ2
OR
RD

BL

P
BR

BK
BK

BK

BK

BK
BK

CnH

WH

TB1
L RD

SW1

CnW5

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)

WH 3

RD
WH

RD 1

220/240V 15V

Power source

XR1
1

XR4

FS

RD
BR
WH
Y
OR
BL

CnW4

CnN5

CnN1

CnN2

WH
BR
BK
BL
RD

CnU

CnN3
BK

BK

CnN4

LM1 LM2 LM3 LM4

CnA2

6 5 1 2 3 4

121 -

DM
Y/GN

SM

FMI

Blower fan tap switch


When increasing of static pressure is required,the following two
methods are available in switching the blower fan tap. Switch to
the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
1 Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.
ON
SW9-4
OFF

2 By means of function setting from the remote controller unit,


set the setting C of "I/U FUNCTION" (indoor unit function)
to "Hi CEILING 1" (high-speed tap).
Function number A

Function description B

Setting C

01

Hi CEILING SET

Hi CEILING 1

Fan control,high speed (High ceiling)


Fan control,standard

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI
Fan motor
CFI
Capacitor for FMI
DM
Drain motor
FS
Float switch
LM1~4 Louver motor
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A
Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor
ThC
Thermistor

Mark
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2
XR1
XR2

Parts name
Indoor unit address tens digit
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)
Operation output(DC12V output)
Heating output(DC12V output)

Mark
XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
X4
TB1,2
CnA~Z
mark

Parts name
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For FM)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
BR/WH Brown/White
OR
Orange
OR/WH Orange/White

Mark
RD
WH
Y
P
Y/GN

Color
Red
White
Yellow
Pink
Yellow/Green

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Test run of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:valid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:Invalid

(b) Ceiling recessed type (FDT)

Option

ThI-R2 ThI-R1 ThI-A

Models FDTA28KXE4R, 36KXE4R, 45KXE4R,


56KXE4R, 71KXE4R, 90KXE4R

ThI-R3

Option
XR2

CnW4

XR5

CnT
LED 1 SW5

CnJ2
OR
RD

BK

CnH

XR3
3

CnW7

CnJ
1

Note(1) Always turn off power before you unplug the fan
motor connector shown in an area *1 delineated by a
dotted line,otherwise a breakdown of the fan motor
may result.

RD
WH

CnF
*1
CnD2

CnV

Printed circuit
CnI board

CnK1

F(0.16A)

CnR2
DM
CnD1

CnB

2
3

RD

TB1
X

WH
BK

RD

WH

BK

ThC
Remote
controller

CnK2
CnA
1 2 3 4 5

RD
BR
WH
Y
OR
BL

4 3 2
1
3

CnR
1

RD

WH
Y/GN 5

CnW9
CnM2

SW6
SW9
SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4

RD

CnW6

CnW1

BL

F(3.15A)

BL

LED 2

X4

CnW8

WH

220/240V 15V

CnM1
Power board

CnI2

FS
A B
TB2

CnA2

6 5 1 2 3 4

SM

FMI

122 -

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)

Blower fan tap switch


When increasing of static pressure is required,the following two
methods are available in switching the blower fan tap. Switch to
the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
1 Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.
Fan control,high speed (High ceiling)
Fan control,standard

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI
Fan motor
DM
Drain motor
FS
Float switch
LM1~4 Louver motor
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A
Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor
ThC
Thermistor
SW1
Indoor unit address tens digit

BR

TB1
L RD
N

ON
SW9-4
OFF

WH 3

RD
WH

CnW5
Power source

RD 1

BR
BK
BL

CnU

CnN1

CnN2

BK

BK

TrI

XR1
1

BK

BK
BK

CnN5

XR4

BL

CnN3
BK

BK

CnN4

LM1 LM2 LM3 LM4

P
BR

ThI-R2 ThI-R1 ThI-A

Mark
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2
XR1
XR2
XR3

2 By means of function setting from the remote controller unit,


set the setting C of "I/U FUNCTION" (indoor unit function)
to "Hi CEILING 1" (high-speed tap).
Function number A

Function description B

Setting C

01

Hi CEILING SET

Hi CEILING 1

Parts name
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)
Operation output(DC12V output)
Heating output(DC12V output)
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)

Mark
XR4
XR5
X4
TB1,2
CnA~Z
mark

Parts name
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
BR/WH Brown/White
OR
Orange
OR/WH Orange/White

Mark
RD
WH
Y
P
Y/GN

Color
Red
White
Yellow
Pink
Yellow/Green

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Test run of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:valid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:Invalid

Models FDTA112KXE4R, 140KXE4R

ThI-R3

RD 1

WH

WH 3

X6

SW5

1 2

123 -

DM
Y/GN

CnF1

TB X

RD

WH BK

FMI2

CFI1

CFI2

FS

BK

Printed circuit
board

CnA2

SM

ThC
Remot
controller

*1

Note(1) *1. FMI2 is equipped only for 112,140.


Mark
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2
XR1
XR2

1 2 3 4 5

6 5 1 2 3 4

CnF2

FMI1

CnA
3

CnJ

CnR2

LM
Y/GN

CnB

CnI2

F(0.16A)
BK

WH

CnK2

1 3

CnI

BR
WH
Y
OR
BL

UH

CnO

RD
BR

CnJ2

CnR

WH

BK

RD

CnN2

LED 2

RD
RD

WH
BR

RD

CnK1

CnN1

SW6

X5

BK

BL

CnM3

BR

X3

CnN4

BK

LED 1 SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4

X4

WH
OR

X1
BL

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI1,2 Fan motor
CFI1,2 Capacitor for FMI
DM
Drain motor
FS
Float switch
LM
Louver motor
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A
Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor
ThC
Thermistor

CnH

BK

CnN3
BK

CnT

BK

BK

BK

CnW2

CnN

XR5
BK

RD

XR3

RD

BK

X2

XR1

CnW0

Y/GN

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)

F (3.15A)

BK

BK

RD

15V

CnW1

CnS

BL

Power source

BK

RD

WH

CnU

XR4

XR2

220/
240V

Parts name
Indoor unit address tens digit
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)
Operation output(DC12V output)
Heating output(DC12V output)

Mark
XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
X4
X5
TB
CnA~Z
mark

Parts name
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For FM)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Auxiliary relay(For LM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
OR
Orange

Mark
RD
WH
Y
Y/GN

Color
Red
White
Yellow
Yellow/Green

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Test run of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:Invalid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:valid

(c) 2-way outlet ceiling recessed type(FDTW)

TrI
CnS2

TB

ThI-R3

ThI-R2

ThI-R1

Model All models

ThI-A
Option

LS

RD

F(3.15A)

RD 1

WH 3
CnWO

BR
1
2 WH
Y
CnA 3
4 OR
BL
5

SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4

Y/GN

SW5
TB
A BL
BL
B

Outdoor unit
(Signal wire)

X4

LED 1 LED 2

1
CnK1

CnA2

SW6

SW9

CnT

SW9-4

ON
OFF

CnN3

FS

124 -

Setting C

01

Hi CEILING SET

Hi CEILING 1

DM
ThI-R2

ThI-R1

220/240V
BK 1
BK 3

07

LOUVER S/W

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI
Fan motor
49FI
Internal thermostat for FMI
CFI
Capacitor for FMI
DM
Drain motor
FS
Float switch
LM
Louver motor
LS
Limit switch
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor

WH C 1
BR UH 3
BK H 5

Mark
ThI-R3
ThC
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2

FMI
(49FI)

CFI
Y

CNF1

BL M
RD L

7
9

CnM3

Setting C

Mark
XR1
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
X4
X5
TB
CnA~Z
mark

Option

XR4
XR5

CnS

LM
CNJ

BL
1
2 BL
CnS2

1
CnB 2
3

RD
WH
BK

X6

*1

BK
BK

LS

Parts name
Operation output(DC12V output)
Heating output(DC12V output)
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For FM)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Auxiliary relay(For LM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

TB
X
Y
Z
Z Y X
BK WH RD
ThC

X1
X2
X3

Remote
controller

Printed circuit board

INVALID

Parts name
Thermistor
Thermistor
Indoor unit address tens digit
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)

CnW1

RD 1
CnW2
RD
2
15V

Y/GN
OR

Function description B

XR2

*1

TrI

LOUVER switch disabled setting

Function number A

XR3

ThI-R3

Note(1) The LM and LS functions *1 are not available


on a duct panel.

In case of using duct panel, set the setting C


of "
FUNCTION " (remote control unit function)
to "
INVALID" (LOUVER switch disabled)
by means of function setting from the remote controller unit.

CnN4

Function description B

XR1

1 WH
OR
X5 3 CNJ2
ThI-A

Function number A

2
3
5
6

BK

BK

BK

BK

BK

CnN

CnN2
1 2

CnR2

Fan control,high speed (High ceiling)


Fan control,standard

2 By means of function setting from the remote controller unit,


set the setting C of "I/U FUNCTION" (indoor unit function)
to "Hi CEILING 1" (high-speed tap).

2 1
BK

BK

4 3
BK

F(0.16A)

CnI2

CnN1
1 2

CnH

CnR
1

BR

WH

In case of using duct panel, the following two


methods are available in switching the blower fan tap. Switch to
the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
1 Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.

CnI
1 2

WH

CnK2

GR

Blower fan tap switch

SM

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
GR
Gray
OR
Orange

Mark
RD
WH
Y
Y/GN

Color
Red
White
Yellow
Yellow/Green

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Test run of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:valid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:Invalid

(d) Ceiling recessed single air supply port type(FDTQ)

TB
RD
L
WH
N

Power
source

Models FDTQA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R

RD
CnU WH

ThI-A

ThI-R2

ThI-R1

ThI-R3

BR
RD
Y
WH
BR

BL
OR

RD

BK

XR5

CnT 12V

SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4

X5

LED 2
SW5

CnJS

F(0.16A)

CnR2

125 -

FMI1

FMI2

CFI1

CFI2

CnI2

LM

CnF2

CnB

11

CnS3

DM
CnF1

CnI

CnS

3
BK

SW9

WH

RD

CnR

WH

CnJ2

WH

WH

UH

GR

BL

BL

Y/GN

Printed circuit boaed

Z TB

RD

WH

BK

ThC

FS

Remote
controller

LS

Note(1) *1. FMI2 is equipped only for 71.

Blower fan tap switch

*1

When increasing of static pressure is required,the following two


methods are available in switching the blower fan tap. Switch to
the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
1 Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.
Fan control,high speed (High ceiling)
Fan control,standard

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI1,2 Fan motor
CFI1,2 Capacitor for FMI
DM
Drain motor
FS
Float switch
LM
Louver motor
LS
Louver switch
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A
Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor

RD

BK

X3

SW6

CnM3

ON
OFF

CnA 12V

CnK1

CnK2

SW9-4

BK

BK

BK

BK

BK

X1

XR4
XR3

XR1

LED 1

X4

BK

BL

CnW0

XR2

CnA2

5 4 3 2 1

CnW2

BK

X2

15V

OR

BL

X6

220/
240V
CnW1

OR

F (3.15A)

CnN2

WH

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)

CnN1

WH

Y/GN

CnH

BR

WH 3

CnN4

CnN3

RD/Y

BL

RD 1

BK

BR

TB
Power source

BK

BK

WH

CnN

BK

CnH2

Mark
ThC
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2
XR1

2 By means of function setting from the remote controller unit,


set the setting C of "I/U FUNCTION" (indoor unit function)
to "Hi CEILING 1" (high-speed tap).
Function number A

Function description B

Setting C

01

Hi CEILING SET

Hi CEILING 1

Parts name
Thermistor
Indoor unit address tens digit
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)
Operation output(DC12V output)

Mark
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
X4
X5
TB
CnA~Z
mark

Parts name
Heating output(DC12V output)
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For FM)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Auxiliary relay(For LM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
GR
Gray
OR
Orange

Mark
RD
RD/Y
WH
Y
Y/GN

Color
Red
Red/Yellow
White
Yellow
Yellow/Green

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Test run of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:valid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:Invalid

(e) 1-way outlet ceiling recessed type(FDTS)

RD

CnU

Model All models

Option

SM

TrI

TB
RD
L
N WH

RD

F(3.15A)

RD 1

1
2
CnA 3
4
5

WH 3
CnWO

SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4

Y/GN

SW5
Outdoor unit
(Signal wire)

TB
A BL
BL
B

X4
CnK1

LED 1 LED 2

CnT

CnI2

F(0.16A)

CnI3

CnR2

CnN1
1 2

CnH2

CnN
CnN5

BK

CnNZ
CnN4

CnN3

CnR3

TrI
ThI-A

ThI-R1

ThI-R2

ThI-R3

Y/GN

WH

126 -

OR
FMI
(49FI)

CFI
Y

BR
BK
RD
CNF2

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI
Fan motor
49FI
Internal thermostat for FMI
CFI
Capacitor for FMI
DM
Drain motor
FS
Float switch
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor

Mark
ThC
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2

Parts name
Thermistor
Indoor unit address tens digit
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)

Mark
XR1
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
X4
TB
CnA~Z
mark

CnA3

XR1
XR2
XR3

Option

XR4
XR5

220/240V
BK 1 CnW1
BK 3

FS
DM

SM

OR
BL

1
2
3
4
5
6

CnN2
1 2

BK

BK

BK

BK

2 1

BK

BK

4 3

BK

CnH
3

BR

WH

CnR
1

GR

WH

CnI
1 2

WH
Y

CnA2

SW6

CnK2

BR

WH WH

RD 1
RD 2
15V

1
CnB 2

BK

1
BR UH 3
BK H 5

RD RD

Bl M
L

CNF1

CnW2

CnM3

7
9

3
X6

RD
WH
BK

TB
X
Y
Z
Z Y X
BK WH RD
ThC

X1
X2
X3
Printed circuit board

Parts name
Operation output(DC12V output)
Heating output(DC12V output)
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For FM)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Remote
controller

Color marks
Mark
Color
Mark
Color
BK
Black
RD
Red
BL
Blue
WH
White
BR
Brown
Y
Yellow
GR
Gray
Y/GN Yellow/Green
OR
Orange
Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Test run of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:Valid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:Invalid

(f) Medium static pressure type(FDQM)

Power
source

Models FDQMA22KXE4R, 28KXE4R, 36KXE4R

RD
CnU WH

ThI-R2

ThI-R3

TrI

CnH2

CnN3

CnN5

CnN7

RD

Printed circuit
bord

TB

RD RD

RD RD

CnN1

CnN2

X3

UH

BK

BL

RD/Y

RD

LED2

CnM3

SW2

SW3

SW4

CnO

1
2

Option
XR1

Y/WH
CF I1

OR

OR OR/WH

CnF4
CnF2
WH
RD
RD

BK
BK
BK

RD/Y
8

CnA

FM I2

OR

CnA2

XR5

CnB

Z TB

OR OR

CnF5

SM

CnF3

RD WH BK

ThC
Remote controller

FC

CnF

Mark
TrI
SM
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
LED1
LED2
F

XR4

BK

BR

CnF5 CnF3
Y Y
CF12

XR2
XR3

CnF5

4
5

52FL

RD

WH

BK

BR

52FH
WH

RD
L

Y/GN

WH WH

FM I1
WH WH

RD

CnF4 CnF2

CnT

CnF3

BK

BK

RD
RD

BK

CnF4

CnFX
Option

52
FH

BK

CnF2

WH

P
6

BK

127 -

RD

52
FL

RD

52
FH

BK

P
3

52
FL

RD

RD

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI 1,2 Fan motor (with thermostat)
CFI 1,2 FMI condenser
FC
Fan controller
NF
Noise filter
FS
Float switch
ThI-A
Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor
Thc
Thermistor

SW1

RD

Y/GN

WH

NF

BR

RD

WH

CnK2

SW5
SW6

X2

X6
X1

BK

BK

LED1

F(3.15A)

CnK1

CnH

WH

BL

Y/GN

BL

CnW0

BL

RD RD

OR

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)

WH

WH

WH

BK BK

CnW2

RD

Power
source

RD

CnI CnW1

BR

RD

RD

RD

CnU

RD

220/
240V

CnI2
WH

15V

Parts name
Transformer
Stepping motor (For Exp.v)
Indoor unit address tens digit
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity selector
Indication lamp (Red)
Indication lamp (Green)
Fuse

Mark
TB
52FL,FH
X1~3,6
XR1
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
CnA~Z
 mark

Parts name
Terminal block ( mark)
Electromagnetic contactor for FMI
Auxiliary relay (For FM)
Operation output (DC12V output)
Heating output (DC12V output)
Thermo ON output (DC12V output)
Inspection output (DC12V output)
Remote operation (volt-free contact)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
OR
Orange
OR/WH Orange/White
RD
Red

Mark
RD/Y
P
WH
Y
Y/WH
Y/GN

Color
Red/Yellow
Pink
White
Yellow
Yellow/White
Yellow/Green

Function of switches
Mark
Function
Input Reverse Invalid
ON
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
Emergency stop signal:Invalid
ON
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:valid

(g) High static pressure ducted type (FDU)

ThI-R1

Models All models

ThI-A
FS

DM

21

3
X4

CnN7

4 3 2
CnA

RD

RD

RD

RD

RD
RD

RD

RD

RD

RD

3 2
CnH

RD

RD
RD

RD
RD

RD

BK
BK

CnN4

CnN9

CnNZ
RD

BK

BL
OR
Y
WH
BR

F(0.16A)
CnR
1

CnN3

BK

RD

CnA2
WH

BR

RD

RD

CnI

Power
source

CnN6

CnH2

WH

BR

CnA3

CnRI1

TB
L

CnN5
RD

BK

BK

RD

RD

RD

RD

RD
WH

ThI-R3

CnR2
CnRI

CnU

ThI-R2

SM

CnN2

CnN1

RD 1

N
Y/GN

TB1

WH 3 F(3.15A)
CnW0

SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4


X6

LED 1 LED 2

CnB 2

X2

CnK2
SW5
X1

CnK1

CnT

9
RD/Y

BK

BL/Y

TrI

WH

220/
240V

15V

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI1,2 Fan motor
CFI1,2 Capacitor for FMI
DM
Drain motor
FS
Float switch
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor
ThC
Thermistor

Mark
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2
XR1

XR3

CFI1

RD

WH

BK

BK

ThC
Remote
controller

XR1

XR2

Blower fan tap switch


Option

Y/GN
Y/GN CnS

SW9-4

CFI2

ON
OFF

Fan control,high speed (High ceiling)


Fan control,standard

*1

Note(1) A one-motor type installation does not have the circuits


shown in an area *1 delineated by a dotted line.

Parts name
Indoor unit address tens digit
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)
Operation output(DC12V output)

When increasing of static pressure is required,the following two


methods are available in switching the blower fan tap. Switch to
the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
1 Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.

OR

CnF4

FMI2
Y

Y/GN

OR

CnF3

SW9

Printed circuit board


3

CnF4
FMI1
Y

Y/GN

128 -

Color
Orange
Red
Red/Yellow
White
Yellow
Yellow/Green

XR4

CnF3

Mark
OR
RD
RD/Y
WH
Y
Y/GN

6 5
XR5

CnG

Color marks
Mark
Color
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BL/Y Blue/yellow
BR
Brown
BR/Y Brown/yellow
GR
Gray

SW6

WH

X3

C UH H M L CnM3
BR/Y

RD

CnW1
BK

RD

CnW2

BK

Outdoor unit
(Signal wire)

TB
BL
A
BL
B

RD

(h) Satellite ducted type (FDUM)

CnI2

ThI-R1

Models All models

ThI-A

FS

Mark
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
X4
TB
CnA~Z
mark

2 By means of function setting from the remote controller unit,


set the setting C of "I/U FUNCTION" (indoor unit function)
to "Hi CEILING 1" (high-speed tap).
Function number A

Function description B

Setting C

01

Hi CEILING SET

Hi CEILING 1

Parts name
Heating output(DC12V output)
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For FM)
Auxiliary relay(For DM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Test run of condensate pump motor
SW5-1
OFF Normal
ON
Input Reverse Invalid
SW5-3
OFF signal Run stop
ON
Emergency stop signal:valid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal:Invalid

 

 

 

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Parts name
FMI
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CFI

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FS
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SM
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Models All models

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XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
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Mark
Color
BK
+ <
BL
+
BR
5
GR
3 ;
OR
/ 7

Mark
RD
WH
Y
Y/GN

Color


 
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Mark
SW5-1
SW5-3
SW5-4

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Meaning of marks
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Parts name
FMI1,2
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LM
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SM
6
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ThI-R1 
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ThI-R2 
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ThI-R3 
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Color marks
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Color
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B

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BL CnK1

SW9

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SW1 SW2 CnL2


SW3 SW4

RD

RD
RD

BR
BR

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CnB

CnW2

CnZ
Printed circuit board

XR5

XR3
XR4

CnA

12V

CnT
6

XR1

XR2

1 2 3 4 5

6 5 1 2 3 4

Meaning of marks
Mark
F
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
LED 1
LED 2
XR1

CnW1 5

LED 1 LED 2

Option

Parts name
Fan motor (with themostat)
Louver motor
Transformer
Thermistor
Thermistor
Thermistor
Thermistor
Thermistor
Stepping motor (For Exp.v)

Z TB

SW5

BL

CnK2

Mark
FM I
LM
TrI
ThI-A
ThI-R1
ThI-R2
ThI-R3
ThC
SM

BK
BK

BK
BK
BL
P
BR
OR
RD

CnN1 CnN2

Y/GN

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)

R CnH

15V

BK

RD

17V

WH

RD

Parts name

Mark
Fuse
XR2
Indoor unit address tens digit XR3
Indoor unit address units digit XR4
Outdoor unit address tens digit XR5
Outdoor unit address units digit TB
Model capacity setting
mark
CnA~Z
Indication lamp (Red)
Indication lamp (Green)
Operation output (DC12V output)

Parts name
Heating output (DC12V output)
Thermo ON output (DC12V output)
Inspection output (DC12V output)
Remote operation input (volt-free contact)
Terminal block (mark)
Closed-end connector
Connector (mack)

CnM
1 2 3 4 5 6

CnA2

CnY

BK
WH
Y
BL

4 3

220/
240V

RD

Power source

F (5A)

X Y

TrI

RD
BR BR
WH
Y
OR
BL

TB

BK
BK

CnU

BK
BK

WH
RD

BK
BK

LM

FMI

SM

Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON Input Reverse invalid
SW5-3
OFF Signal Run stop
ON Emergency stop signal : valid
SW5-4
OFF Emergency stop signal : invalid

Color marks
Color
Mark
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
OR
Orange
RD
Red
WH
White
Y
Yellow
P
Pink
Y/GN Yellow/green

Model FDKA71KXE5R

Remote
controller
ThC

ThI-R3

SM

CnN1

CnH

CnN2

CnW1

RD

15V

CnA2

XR2

XR4
XR3

XR1

XR5

RD

BK

220/
240V

BK

BK

CnN4
BK

BK

BK

BK

BK

BK

WH

BK

RD

CnU

CnN3

CnN

BL
OR
Y
WH
BR
RD

TrI
CnH2

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4 3 2 1 5 6

CnW2

5 4 3 2 1

CnA

CnT

TB

Power source

RD 1

WH 3

Outdoor unit
(Signal line)

F (3.15A)

BL

BL

SW1

SW2

SW3

SW4

LED 1

CnW0

Y/GN

X6

X2
X1

X3

LED 2

CnK1

SW5
SW6

(l) Floor standing exposed type (FDFL)


(m) Floor standing hidden type (FDFU)

ThI-R2

ThI-R1

Models All models

ThI-A

CnK2

BL

BK

133 -

WH

CnI

CnB
2

3
BK

RD

WH

UH H
BR

CnM3 C

RD/Y

Z TB

Printed circuit board

RD WH BK

CnF

ThC

FMI

Remote
controller

CFI

Meaning of marks
Mark
Parts name
FMI
Fan motor
CFI
Capacitor for FMI
SM
Stepping motor(For Exp.v)
ThI-A
Thermistor
ThI-R1 Thermistor
ThI-R2 Thermistor
ThI-R3 Thermistor
ThC
Thermistor
SW1
Indoor unit address tens digit

Mark
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW6
TrI
F
LED1
LED2
XR1

Parts name
Indoor unit address units digit
Outdoor unit address tens digit
Outdoor unit address units digit
Model capacity setting
Transformer
Fuse
Indication lamp(Red)
Indication lamp(Green)
Operation output(DC12V output)

Mark
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
X1,2,3,6
TB
CnA~Z
mark

Parts name
Heating output(DC12V output)
Thermo ON output(DC12V output)
Inspection output(DC12V output)
Remote operation input(volt-free contact)
Auxiliary relay(For FM)
Terminal block( mark)
Connector
Closed-end connector

Color marks
Mark
Color
Mark
Color
Red/Yellow
BK
Black
RD/Y
White
BL
Blue
WH
Yellow
BR
Brown
Y
Yellow/Green
OR
Orange
Y/GN
RD
Red
Function of switches
Mark
Function
ON
Emergency stop signal : Valid
SW5-4 OFF Emergency stop signal : Invalid

Branching controller
RD

WH

WH

CnU

BL

5
X3

XR5

OR
BR
BL
Y
BK
RD

SVH

BK

RD

SVG

XR3

XR2

XR1

CnT1
BK

4
RD

WH

134 5

X1

X2

X3

Relay board

WH

X1

XR4

X2

WH

Optional

WH

4 way
valve

CnT
RD
BK
Y
BL
BR
OR

RD

Relay kit
Branching controller accessories

4 way valve
SVH
SVG
XR1
X1,XR2
X2,X3,XR3
XR4
CnB~U

4-way valve for switching between cooling and heating.


Solenoid valve for heating
Solenoid valve for oil return
Relay for operation output
Relay for heating output
Operating mode switching
Check output
Connector

Notes 1. This diagram shows the circuit diagram when the


branch flow controller and relay kit (product with a
branching controller attached) is connected.
2.
shows the current wiring.
3. The option shows when the remote
start/stop/monitoring kit is connected.

Branching controller (Heat recovery type only)

Printed circuit board


Power source
1 Phase 220/240V 50Hz

(2)

Indoor unit

Models PFD112-ER, 180-ER, 280-ER

Power source
(Between indoor unit)

XR4

XR3

XR2

XR1

XR5

Indoor unit

Relay kit
(Branching controller accessories)
X3

Printed circuit board

CnT

OR
BR
BL
Y
BK
RD

BL

BL

X1

RD
1

RD

WH

WH
CnU
WH

4
5

WH
CnB
WH

135 -

Power source
(Between indoor unit)

X1

X2

WH
X1

WH
WH

4
5

X3

BL BK

RD

BL BK

RD

WH
CnB
WH

X2

X1

WH
X1

WH
WH
4

X3

BL BK

RD

BL BK

RD

5
WH
CnB
WH

X2

WH
X1

WH
WH

4
5

X3

BL BK

RD

BL BK

RD

5
WH
CnB
WH

SVH

SVH

SVH

SVG

SVG

SVG

SVG

4 way
valve

4 way
valve

4 way
valve

4 way
valve

Branching controller

Remarks: 1. This figure indicates the circuit diagram of connecting 4 branching controllers and
4 relay kits (branching controller accessories) respectively.
2.
indicates the field wiring.
3. Connect the signal line between a branching controller and an indoor unit to the
connector of the corresponding refrigerant system.

X2

WH
X1

SVH

4 way valve for switching between cooling and heating


Solenoid valve for heating
Solenoid valve for oil return
Relay for operation output
Relay for heating output
Operating mode switching
Check output
Connector

X1
Relay board

Power source
1 phase 220/240V 50Hz

4 way valve
SVH
SVG
XR1
X1,XR2
X2,X3,XR3
XR4
CnB~U

X2

Relay board

4
5

X3

Indoor
unit
To CnT
(same as
the left
wiring
diagram)

X2

Relay board

Relay kit

X3

Indoor
unit
To CnT
(same as
the left
wiring
diagram)

X2

Relay board

WH

Relay kit

X3

Indoor
unit
To CnT
(same as
the left
wiring
diagram)

X2

RD RD
CnT1

Relay kit

X3

BL BK

RD

BL BK

RD

(3) Integrated branching controller (Heat recovery type only)

Models PFD112X4-ER

Optional

COMMON MATTER

4.1 Operation chart


Since the Multi KX or KXR series air conditioner units are free multitype to which the indoor units of different capacity and
different model can be connected, the operation characteristics of all combinations are very complicated, therefore only the individual operation characteristics of indoor and outdoor units are shown.
(a)
(i)

Operating characteristic of outdoor unit


KX Series
1) All-in-one type

(220-240V 50Hz)
Models

Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

FDCA140HKXEN4R

FDCA140HKXES4R(2)

4.20-4.20

4.20-4.20/4.20

4.45-4.45

4.45-4.45/4.45

21.2-19.4

6.87-6.29/6.87

22.5-20.6

7.27-6.64/7.27
5

A
%

Heating power factor

90-90

93-93/93

90-90

93-93/93
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models

(2)

Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA160HKXES4R

FDCA224HKXE4R

5.46-5.46/5.46

5.70-5.70/5.70

4.90-4.90/4.90

5.98-5.98/5.98

8.91-8.17/8.91

9.6-8.8/9.6

8.00-7.33/8.00

9.6-8.8/9.6
5

A
%

Heating power factor

93-93/93

90-90/90

93-93/93

95-95/95
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models
Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA280HKXE4R

FDCA335HKXE4R

8.26-8.26/8.26

9.53-9.53/9.53

8.06-8.06/8.06

9.84-9.84/9.84

13.6-12.4/13.6

15.4-14.2/15.4

13.3-12.2/13.3

16.3-14.9/16.3
5

A
%

Heating power factor

92-93/92

93-93/93

92-92/92

92-92/92

Notes (1) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS
(2) In the case of 60 Hz, use specification category (T). (FDCA140, 160HKXES4R only)

2) All-in-one type (also for combined use)

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models
Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA450HKXE4R

11.27-11.27/11.27

12.97-12.97/12.97

11.73-11.73/11.73

13.10-13.10/13.10

18.4-16.9/18.4

21.1-19.3/21.1

19.6-17.9/19.6

21.7-19.9/21.7
8

A
%

Heating power factor


Note (1)

FDCA400HKXE4R

93-93/93

93-93/93

91-91/91

92-92/92

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

136 -

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)


Models
Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA504HKXE4R

FDCA560HKXE4R

14.73-14.73/14.73

17.21-17.21/17.21

15.15-15.15/15.15

17.07-17.07/17.07

24.1-22.0/24.1

28.2-25.8/28.2

25.2-23.1/25.2

28.5-26.1/28.5
8

93-93/93

Heating power factor

91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)
Models

Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA680HKXE4R

20.37-20.37/20.37

24.98-24.98/24.98

18.48-18.48/18.48

19.08-19.08/19.08

33.1-30.3/33.1

40.3-36.9/40.3

30.7-28.1/30.7

31.6-29.0/31.6
8

94-94/94

Heating power factor


Note (1)

FDCA615HKXE4R

92-92/92

91-91/91

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

2) Combined type

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)


Models

FDCA735HKXE4R

FDCA800HKXE4R

FDCA335HKXE4R-K FDCA400HKXE4R FDCA400HKXE4R FDCA400HKXE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

80.0

73.5

kW

kW

82.5

90.0

20.21-20.21/20.21

22.54-22.54/22.54

20.66-20.66/20.66

23.46-23.46/23.46

32.9-30.2/32.9

36.8-33.8/36.8

34.4-31.4/34.4

39.2-35.8/39.2
16

A
%

Heating power factor

93-93/93

93-93/93

91-91/91

91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models

FDCA850HKXE4R

Nominal cooling capacity


Nominal heating capacity

Heating power consumption


Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

85.0

90.0

95.0

100.0

24.22-24.22/24.22

25.94-25.94/25.94

24.83-24.83/24.83

26.2-26.2/26.2

39.5-36.2/39.5

42.2-38.6/42.2

41.3-37.8/41.3

43.4-39.8/43.8

kW

Cooling power consumption


kW

16

A
%

Heating power factor


Note (1)

FDCA900HKXE4R

FDCA400HKXE4R FDCA450HKXE4R FDCA450HKXE4R FDCA450HKXE4R

Item

93-93/93

94-93/94

92-92/92

92-92/92

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

137 -

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)


Models

FDCA960HKXE4R

FDCA1010HKXE4R

FDCA450HKXE4R FDCA504HKXE4R FDCA504HKXE4R FDCA504HKXE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

96.0

101.0

108.0

113.0

27.70-27.70/27.70

29.46-29.46/29.46

28.25-28.25/28.25

30.30-30.30/30.30

45.1-41.3/45.1

48.2-44.0/48.2

46.9-43.0/46.9

50.4-46.2/50.4

kW

kW

A
A

16
93-93/93

Heating power factor

92-92/92

91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models

FDCA1065HKXE4R

FDCA1130HKXE4R

FDCA504HKXE4R FDCA560HKXE4R FDCA560HKXE4R FDCA560HKXE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

106.5

113.0

119.5

127.0

31.93-31.93/31.93

34.41-34.41/34.41

32.21-32.21/32.21

34.13-34.13/34.13

52.3-47.8/52.3

56.4-51.6/56.4

53.7-49.2/53.7

57.0-52.2/57.0

kW

kW

A
A

16
93-93/93

Heating power factor

91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)
Models

FDCA1180HKXE4R

FDCA1235HKXE4R

FDCA560HKXE4R FDCA615HKXE4R FDCA615HKXE4R FDCA615HKXE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

123.5

118.0

kW

kW

132.0

138.0

37.57-37.57/37.57

40.74-40.74/40.74

35.54-35.54/35.54

36.96-36.96/36.96

61.3-56.1/61.3

66.2-60.6/66.2
61.4-56.2/61.4

59.2-54.2/59.2

16
94-94/94

93-93/93

Heating power factor

91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)
Models

FDCA1300HKXE4R

FDCA615HKXE4R FDCA680HKXE4R FDCA680HKXE4R FDCA680HKXE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity

Heating power consumption


Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

136.0

130.0

kW

Cooling power consumption


kW

142.0

146.0

45.35-45.35/45.35

49.96-49.96/49.96

37.56-37.56/37.56

38.16-38.16/38.16

73.4-67.2/73.4

80.6-73.8/80.6

62.3-57.1/62.3

63.2-58.0/63.2

16
94-94/94

Heating power factor


Note (1)

FDCA1360HKXE4R

92-92/92

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

138 -

(ii) KXR Series


1) All-in-one type

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)


Models

Item

FDCA224HKXRE4R

FDCA280HKXRE4R

FDCA335HKXRE4R

6.66-6.66/6.66

9.23-9.23/9.23

10.17-10.17/10.17

6.33-6.33/6.33

8.97-8.97/8.97

10.34-10.34/10.34

10.1-9.2/10.1

14.7-13.4/14.7

16.5-15.1/16.5

9.8-9.0/9.8

14.2-13.0/14.2

17.1-15.6/17.1

99-99/99

95-96/95

94-94/94

98-98/98

96-96/96

92-92/92

Cooling power consumption


Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

A
%

Heating power factor


Note (1)

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

2) All-in-one type (also for combined use)

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models
Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA400HKXRE4R

FDCA450HKXRE4R

11.61-11.61/11.61

13.57-13.57/13.57

12.18-12.18/12.18

13.55-13.55/13.55

19.0-17.4/19.0

21.6-19.8/21.6

20.3-18.6/20.3

22.4-20.5/22.4
8

A
%

Heating power factor

93-93/93

95-95/95

91-91/91

92-92/92
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models
Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA504HKXRE4R

FDCA560HKXRE4R

15.69-15.69/15.69

18.76-18.76/18.76

15.62-15.62/15.62

17.69-17.69/17.69

24.6-22.5/24.6

29.7-27.2/29.7
29.5-27.0/29.5

26.1-23.9/26.1
8

96-96/96

97-97/97

Heating power factor

91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)
Models

Item
Cooling power consumption
Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

FDCA680HKXRE4R

21.47-21.47/21.47

25.99-25.99/25.99

19.11-19.11/19.11

19.69-19.69/19.69

34.7-31.8/34.7

44.9-41.1/44.9

31.6-28.9/31.6

34.0-31.1/34.0
8

A
%

Heating power factor


Note (1)

FDCA615HKXRE4R

94-94/94

88-88/88

92-92/92

88-88/88

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

139 -

2) Combined type

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)


Models

FDCA735HKXRE4R

FDCA800HKXRE4R

FDCA335HKXRE4R-K FDCA400HKXRE4R FDCA400HKXRE4R FDCA400HKXRE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity

73.5

kW

Cooling power consumption


Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

80.0

82.5

90.0

21.08-21.08/21.08

23.22-23.22/23.22

21.55-21.55/21.55

24.36-24.36/24.36

34.4-31.5/34.4

38.0-34.8/38.0

35.8-32.8/35.8

40.6-37.2/40.6
16

A
93-93/93

Heating power factor

93-93/93

92-92/92

91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models

FDCA850HKXRE4R

FDCA900HKXRE4R

FDCA400HKXRE4R FDCA450HKXRE4R FDCA450HKXRE4R FDCA450HKXRE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity

85.0

kW

Cooling input
Heating input
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

90.0

95.0

100.0

25.18-25.18/25.18

27.14-27.14/27.14

25.73-25.73/25.73

27.1-27.1/27.1

40.6-37.3/40.6

43.2-39.6/43.2

42.7-39.1/42.7

44.8-41.0/44.8
16

95-95/95

94-94/94

Heating power factor

92-92/92

92-92/92

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)


Models

FDCA960HKXRE4R

FDCA1010HKXRE4R

FDCA450HKXRE4R FDCA504HKXRE4R FDCA504HKXRE4R FDCA504HKXRE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity

96.0

kW

Cooling power consumption


Heating power consumption
Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

kW

101.0

108.0

113.0

29.26-29.26/29.26

31.88-31.88/31.88

29.17-29.17/29.17

31.24-31.24/31.24

46.2-42.3/46.2

49.2-45.0/49.2

48.5-44.4/48.5

52.2-47.8/52.2
16

A
96-96/96

Heating power factor

98-99/98
91-91/91
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)

Models

FDCA1065HKXRE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity
Nominal heating capacity

Heating power consumption


Cooling running current
Heating running current
Inrush current (MAX.)
Cooling power factor

113.0

106.5

kW

Cooling power consumption


kW

119.5

127.0

34.45-34.45/34.45

37.52-37.52/37.52

33.31-33.31/33.31

35.38-35.38/35.38

54.3-49.7/54.3

59.4-54.4/59.4
59.0-54.0/59.0

55.6-50.9/55.6

16
96-96/96

Heating power factor


Note (1)

FDCA1130HKXRE4R

FDCA504HKXRE4R FDCA560HKXRE4R FDCA560HKXRE4R FDCA560HKXRE4R

91-91/91

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

140 -

(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)


Models

FDCA1180HKXRE4R

FDCA1235HKXRE4R

FDCA560HKXRE4R FDCA615HKXRE4R FDCA615HKXRE4R FDCA615HKXRE4R

Item
Nominal cooling capacity

118.0

123.5

132.0

138.0

40.23-40.23/40.23

42.94-42.94/42.94

36.80-36.80/36.80

38.22-38.22/38.22

64.4-59.0/64.4

69.4-63.6/69.4

61.1-55.9/61.1

63.2-57.8/63.2

kW

Nominal heating capacity


Cooling power consumption

kW

Heating power consumption


Cooling running current

Heating running current


Inrush current (MAX.)

16

Cooling power factor

95-95/95

94-94/94

Heating power factor

92-92/92
(380-415V 50Hz/380V 60Hz)
Models

FDCA1300HKXRE4R

Nominal cooling capacity

130.0

136.0

142.0

146.0

47.46-47.46/47.46

51.98-51.98/51.98

38.80-38.80/38.80

39.38-39.38/39.38

79.6-72.9/79.6

89.8-82.2/89.8

kW

Nominal heating capacity


Cooling power consumption

kW

Heating power consumption


Cooling running current

Heating running current


Inrush current (MAX.)

68.0-62.2/68.0

65.6-60.0/65.6

Cooling power factor

16

Heating power factor


Note (1)

FDCA1360HKXRE4R

FDCA615HKXRE4R FDCA680HKXRE4R FDCA680HKXRE4R FDCA680HKXRE4R

Item

91-91/91

88-88/88

90-90/90

88-88/88

This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS

(iii) Operating characteristic of indoor unit


FDTC Series

(220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz)

Models

FDTC Series

Item

22

36

45

56

Power consumption (kW)

0.027-0.027/0.027

0.034-0.034/0.034

0.043-0.043/0.043

0.046-0.046/0.046

0.10-0.09/0.10

0.11-0.10/0.11

0.15-0.13/0.15

0.15-0.13/0.15

Running current (A)

28

FDT Series

(220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz)


Models

Item

FDT Series
28

Power consumption (kW)


Running current (A)

36
45
Cooling : 0.050-0.059/0.061
Heating : 0.046-0.054/0.056
Cooling : 0.24-0.25/0.30
Heating : 0.22-0.23/0.28

56

71
90
Cooling : 0.064-0.073/0.077 Cooling : 0.059-0.059/0.059
Heating : 0.058-0.067/0.070 Heating : 0.056-0.056/0.056
Cooling : 0.31-0.32/0.40
Cooling : 0.20-0.17/0.20
Heating : 0.29-0.30/0.36
Heating : 0.19-0.17/0.19

(220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz)


Models

FDT Series

Item

112
140
Cooling : 0.081-0.081/0.081 Cooling : 0.090-0.090/0.090
Power consumption (kW)
Heating : 0.077-0.077/0.077 Heating : 0.086-0.086/0.086
Cooling : 0.26-0.24/0.26 Cooling : 0.29-0.26/0.29
Running current (A)
Heating : 0.25-0.23/0.25
Heating : 0.28-0.25/0.28

FDTW Series

(28 ~ 56: 220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz, 71 ~ 140: 220V/240V 50Hz)


Models

FDTW Series
71

90

112

140

Power consumption (kW)

0.09-0.10/0.09

0.10/0.11

0.12/0.13

0.18/0.20

0.20/0.24

Running current (A)

0.43-0.44/0.43

0.48/0.50

0.57/0.59

0.86/0.89

0.90/0.98

Item

28

45

56

Notes (1) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS
(2) The values shown in the above table are common to both cooling and heating operations.

141 -

FDTQ Series

(220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz)


Models

FDTQ Series(Duct panel)

FDTQ Series(Direct blow panel)


22

Item
Power consumption (kW)
Running current (A)

28

22

36

28

36

0.045-0.050/0.047

0.050-0.055/0.053

0.21-0.22/0.22

0.23-0.24/0.26

FDTS Series

(220-240V 50Hz)
FDTS Series

Models

45

71

Power consumption (kW)

Item

22

0.07-0.08

36

0.09-0.11

0.12-0.15

Running current (A)

0.33-0.36

0.43-0.46

0.58-0.63

28

FDQM, FDUM Series

(220-240V 50Hz)

Models
Item

FDQM Series
22

28

Power consumption (kW)


Running current (A)

FDUM Series
36

45, 56

71

90

112

140

0.050-0.055

36

0.11-0.13

0.14-0.16

0.15-0.17

0.16-0.19

0.24-0.28

0.28-0.32

0.23-0.24

0.51-0.56

0.63-0.67

0.68-0.71

0.73-0.79

1.07-1.17

1.28-1.32

FDE Series

(220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz)


Models

FDE Series

Item

36

Power consumption (kW)

Cooling : 0.043-0.049/0.049
Heating : 0.039-0.045/0.045
Cooling : 0.19-0.20/0.23
Heating : 0.18-0.19/0.21

Running current (A)

45

56

71

112

Cooling : 0.082-0.092/0.088
Heating : 0.074-0.084/0.081
Cooling : 0.37-0.38/0.41
Heating : 0.34-0.35/0.37

Cooling : 0.124-0.141/0.14
Heating : 0.113-0.129/0.128
Cooling : 0.56-0.59/0.65
Heating : 0.52-0.54/0.59

(220-240V 50Hz/220V 60Hz)


Models

FDE Series
140

Item
Power consumption (kW)
Running current (A)

Cooling : 0.137-0.154/0.158
Heating : 0.125-0.141/0.145
Cooling : 0.62-0.65/0.73
Heating : 0.57-0.59/0.67

FDU Series

(220-240V 50Hz)
Models

FDU Series

Item
Power consumption (kW)
Running current (A)

224

280

Cooling : 0.46-0.56
Heating : 0.42-0.49
Cooling : 2.3-2.5
Heating : 2.0-2.1

Cooling : 0.7-0.75
Heating : 0.64-0.66
Cooling : 3.5-3.4
Heating : 3.2-3.0

FDK, FDFL, FDFU Series

(220-240V 50Hz)

Models
Item

FDK Series
22

Power consumption (kW)


Running current (A)

28
36
Cooling : 0.05-0.05
Heating : 0.04-0.05

FDFL, FDFU Series

45

0.23-0.21

56

71

28

45, 56

71

0.05-0.05

0.09-0.11

0.09-0.10

0.09-0.10

0.09-0.10

0.23-0.21

0.41-0.48

0.41-0.42

0.41-0.42

0.41-0.42

FDUR Series

(220-240V 50Hz)
Models

45
Cooling
: 0.15-0.17
Power consumption (kW)
Heating : 0.14-0.16
Cooling : 0.69-0.73
Running current (A)
Heating : 0.67-0.70
Item

FDUR Series
56
Cooling : 0.21-0.24
Heating : 0.20-0.23
Cooling : 0.97-1.02
Heating : 0.95-1.00

71
Cooling : 0.29-0.32
Heating : 0.27-0.30
Cooling : 1.40-1.44
Heating : 1.33-1.37

90
Cooling : 0.35-0.39
Heating : 0.34-0.38
Cooling : 1.65-1.79
Heating : 1.63-1.74

Notes (1) This packaged air-conditioner is manufactured and tested in conformity with the following standard.
ISO-T1 UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONERS
(2) The values shown in the above table are common to both cooling and heating operations.

142 -

140
112
Cooling : 0.39-0.45
Heating : 0.34-0.39
Cooling : 1.83-1.94
Heating : 1.65-1.76

(iv) Calculation of total operation characteristics


Since the operation characteristics of series Multi-KX or KXR depend on combination of indoor unit, calculate the total
operation characteristics of the system by using the formulas below according to specifications of each indoor unit or outdoor
unit.
1) Total power consumption
Total power consumption (kW) = Power consumption of outdoor unit + (Power consumption of indoor unit)
2) Total running current
Total running current (A) = Running current of outdoor unit + [ (Running current of indoor unit) 1/3]
3) Total power factor

Total power factor (%) = [Total power consumption (W) / 3 Total running current (A) Power source] 100
Total operation characteristics = Operation characteristic value of outdoor unit + Operation characteristic value of indoor unit
[Example]
(Conditions)

Operation Voltage Indoor unit: 220 V, 50 Hz


Outdoor unit: 380 V, 50 Hz
Operation mode Cooling and Heating
Unit Outdoor unit: FDCA735HKXRE4R 1 unit
Indoor unit: FDTA71KXE4R 8 units
FDTA45KXE4R 6 units

Operation characteristics of each unit


Models
Item

(Cooling/Heating)

FDCA735HKXRE4R

FDTA71KXE4R

FDTA45KXE4R

20.21/20.66

0.064/0.058

0.05/0.046

32.9/34.4

0.31/0.29

0.24/0.22

Power consumption (kW)


Running current (A)

q Total power consumption (kW)


(Cooling) 20.21 + (0.064 8 + 0.05 6) .=. 21.0 (kW)
(Heating) 20.66 + (0.058 8 + 0.046 6) = 21.4 (kW)
w Total running current (A)
(Cooling) 32.9 + (0.31 8 + 0.24 6) 1 .=. 34.2 (A)
3
(Heating) 34.4 + (0.29 8 + 0.22 6) 1 .=. 35.6 (A)
3
e Total power factor (%)
(Cooling)

21.0 1000
100 .=. 93 %

3 34.2 380

(Heating)

21.4 1000
100 .=. 91 %

3 35.6 380

143 -

4.2 Range of usage & limitations


(1) KX series
(a) All-in-one type
System
FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R

FDCA160HKXES4R

Item
Indoor intake air temperature
(Upper, lower limits)
Refer to the Selection chart. (See page 166)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units

2 to 6 units

2 to 8 units

2 to 8 units

Total capacity

112 ~ 210

112 ~ 182

128 ~ 208

Total Piping Length


(Total of the lengths of all piping)

MAX. 100m

Maximum Piping Distance


(From outdoor unit to farthest indoor unit)

Indoor unit MAX. 70m

Total length of 9.52 liquid pipe


Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
units

Within 50 m

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 30m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 15m
MAX. 4m

Difference in height between indoor units


Indoor unit atmosphere (behind ceiling)
temperature and humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency
Power source
voltage

Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)

1 cycle time
Stop time

3 min or more

Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Allowable length of refrigerant piping, height difference between indoor and outdoor unit
(1) Branch pipe method (using branch piping)
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

denotes

MAX. 4m

30m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 15m)

(Highest indoor unit)

First branch

At the most, 70 m or less


(Furthest indoor unit)

(2) Header System (Header used)


Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

MAX. 4m

30m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 15m)

(Highest indoor unit)

(Header)

First branch

(Lowest indoor unit)


At the most, 70 m or less
Note (1) A 9.52 transfer line should have a full span of 50m or less.

(Furthest indoor unit)

Note (1) There is no limit to the permissible piping lengths for the main pipes or other piping, but keep furthest indoor unit piping to 50 m with
a diameter of 9.52.
(2) A branch piping system cannot be connected after a header system.

144 -

System
Item

FDCA224HKXE4R

FDCA280HKXE4R

FDCA335HKXE4R

Indoor intake air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Refer to the Selection chart. (See page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units


Total capacity

1 to 13 units

1 to 16 units

1 to 20 units

112 ~ 292

140 ~ 364

168 ~ 436

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Indoor unit MAX. 160m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)

Max. 130m

Piping length after the first branch

Max. 40m

Difference in
height between indoor
and outdoor units

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor units


MAX. 15m

Permissible height difference between the first


branch and the indoor unit
Indoor unit atmosphere (behind ceiling)
temperature and humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency

Dew point temperature 28

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)

1 cycle time
Stop time

Power source
voltage

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

3 min or more

Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Allowable length of refrigerant piping, height difference between indoor and outdoor unit
(1) Branch pipe method (using branch piping)
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

denotes

MAX. 40m

First branch

MAX. 40m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 130m

MAX. 15m

50m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

(Highest indoor unit)

(Lowest indoor unit)

(2) Header System (Header used)


Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

First branch
(Lowest indoor unit)
MAX. 40m

Note (1) A branch piping system cannot be connected after a header system.

145 -

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

(Header)

MAX.
15m

MAX. 130m

50m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

(Highest indoor unit)

(b) All-in-one type (also for combined use)


System
Item

FDCA450HKXE4R

FDCA400HKXE4R

FDCA504HKXE4R

Indoor intake air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Refer to the Selection chart. (See page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units

1 to 23 unit

1 to 26 unit

1 to 29 unit

Total capacity

200 ~ 520

225 ~ 585

252 ~ 656

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Indoor unit MAX. 160m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)

Max. 130m

Piping length after the first branch

Max. 40m

Permissible height difference between the first branch and the indoor unit

Max. 15m

Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
units

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m
MAX. 15m

Difference in height between indoor units


Indoor unit atmosphere (behind ceiling)
temperature and humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency

Dew point temperature 28

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)

1 cycle time
Stop time

Power source
voltage

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

3 min or more

Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Allowable length of refrigerant piping, height difference between indoor and outdoor unit
(1) Branch pipe method (using branch piping)
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

denotes

MAX. 40m

First branch

MAX. 40m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 130m

MAX. 15m

50m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

(Highest indoor unit)

(Lowest indoor unit)

(2) Header System (Header used)


Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

First branch
(Lowest indoor unit)
MAX. 40m

Note (1) A branch piping system cannot be connected after a header system.

146 -

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

(Header)

MAX. 15m

MAX. 130m

50m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

(Highest indoor unit)

System
Item

FDCA615HKXE4R

FDCA560HKXE4R

FDCA680HKXE4R

Indoor intake air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Refer to the Selection chart. (See page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units

1 to 33 unit

2 to 36 unit

2 to 40 unit

Total capacity

280 ~ 728

307 ~ 800

340 ~ 884

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Indoor unit MAX. 160m


Max. 130m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)


Piping length after the first branch

Max. 40m

Permissible height difference between the first branch and the indoor unit

Max. 15m

Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
units

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m
MAX. 15m

Difference in height between indoor units


Indoor unit atmosphere (behind ceiling)
temperature and humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency

Dew point temperature 28

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)

1 cycle time
Stop time

Power source
voltage

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

3 min or more

Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Allowable length of refrigerant piping, height difference between indoor and outdoor unit
(1) Branch pipe method (using branch piping)
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

denotes

MAX. 40m

First branch

MAX. 40m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 130m

MAX. 15m

50m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

(Highest indoor unit)

(Lowest indoor unit)

(2) Header System (Header used)


Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

First branch
(Lowest indoor unit)
MAX. 40m

Note (1) A branch piping system cannot be connected after a header system.

147 -

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

(Header)

MAX. 15m

MAX. 130m

50m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

(Highest indoor unit)

(c)

Combined type
System

Item
Indoor intake air temperature
(Upper, lower limits)

FDCA800HKXE4R

FDCA735HKXE4R

Number of connected units


Total capacity

2 to 43 units

2 to 47 units

2 to 48 units

2 to 48 units

367 ~ 956

400 ~ 1040

425 ~ 1105

450 ~ 1170

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Indoor unit MAX. 160m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)

Max. 130m

Permissible height difference between the first


branch and the indoor unit

Max. 15m

Piping length after the first branch

Max. 40m

Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
units

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor units

MAX. 15m

Difference in height between outdoor units


(Same system)

MAX. 1m

Difference between an outdoor unit and


on outdoor unit side branch pipe

MAX. 5m

Length of oil equalization piping

MAX. 10m

Indoor unit atmosphere (behind ceiling)


temperature and humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency

Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)

1 cycle time

3 min or more

Stop time

Power source
voltage

Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Allowable length of refrigerant piping, height difference between indoor and outdoor unit
(1) Branch pipe method (using branch piping)
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

MAX. 130m
MAX. 5m

denotes

MAX. 40m

MAX. 15m

Outdoor
unit 2

Outdoor unit
side branch
(DOS-2A-1)

MAX. 15m

MAX. 10m

First branch

MAX. 40m

(2) Header System (Header used)


Outdoor unit
Outdoor
unit 1

MAX. 130m
MAX. 5m

(Highest indoor unit)

MAX. 15m

Outdoor
unit 2

First branch

MAX. 15m

MAX. 10m

Outdoor unit
side branch
(DOS-2A-1)

(Lowest indoor unit)

Indoor unit

MAX. 5m

MAX. 1m

50m
(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

Oil equalization
piping

MAX. 15m

(Highest indoor unit)

(Header)

(Lowest indoor unit)


MAX. 40m

Note (1) A branch piping system cannot be connected after a header system.

148 -

MAX. 15m

Outdoor
unit 1

MAX. 5m

MAX. 1m

50m
(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

Oil equalization
piping

FDCA900HKXE4R

Refer to the Selection chart. (see page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

FDCA850HKXE4R

System FDCA960 FDCA1010 FDCA1065 FDCA1130 FDCA1180 FDCA1235 FDCA1300 FDCA1360


HKXE4R HKXE4R HKXE4R HKXE4R HKXE4R HKXE4R HKXE4R HKXE4R

Item
Indoor intake air temperature (Upper, lower limits)

Refer to the Selection chart. (see page 167)

Outdoor air temperature (Upper, lower limits)


Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units


Total capacity

2 to 48 units
480~1248

3 to 48 units

505~1313

532~1385

565~1469

Total piping length

590~1534

Max. 130m

Piping length after the first branch

Max. 40m

Permissible height difference between the first branch and the indoor unit

Max. 15m

Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
units

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor units

MAX. 15m

Difference in height between outdoor units


(Same system)

MAX. 1m

Difference between an outdoor unit and


on outdoor unit side branch pipe

MAX. 5m

Length of oil equalization piping

MAX. 10m

Indoor unit atmosphere (behind ceiling)


temperature and humidity

Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)

1 cycle time

3 min or more

Stop time
Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Allowable length of refrigerant piping, height difference between indoor and outdoor unit
(1) Branch pipe method (using branch piping)
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

MAX. 130m
MAX. 5m

denotes

MAX. 40m
(Highest indoor unit)

MAX. 15m

Outdoor
unit 2

Outdoor unit
side branch
(DOS-2A-1)

MAX. 15m

MAX. 10m

First branch

MAX. 40m

MAX. 15m

Outdoor
unit 1

MAX. 5m

MAX. 1m

50m
(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

Oil equalization
piping

(Lowest indoor unit)

(2) Header System (Header used)


Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

MAX. 130m
MAX. 5m

(Highest indoor unit)

MAX. 15m

Outdoor
unit 2

Outdoor unit
side branch
(DOS-2A-1)

First branch

MAX. 15m

MAX. 10m

(Header)

(Lowest indoor unit)


MAX. 40m

Note (1) A branch piping system cannot be connected after a header system.

149 -

MAX. 15m

Outdoor
unit 1

MAX. 5m

MAX. 1m

50m
(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

Oil equalization
piping

680~1768

Indoor unit MAX. 160m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)

Power source
voltage

650~1690

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Compressor
stop/start
frequency

617~1606

(2) KXR series


(a) All-in-one type
System
Item

FDCA224HKXRE4R

FDCA280HKXRE4R

FDCA335HKXRE4R

Indoor intake air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Refer to the Selection chart. (See page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units


Total capacity

1 to 13 units

1 to 16 units

1 to 20 units

112 ~ 292

140 ~ 364

168 ~ 434

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Indoor unit MAX. 160m


Max. 130m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)


Piping length after the first branch
Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
unit

Max. 40m (The flow distribution controller can be set to any value in this range.)

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor unit in the


system and branching controller

MAX. 15m

Permissible height difference between the first


branch and the indoor unit

MAX. 15m

Height difference
between flow
distribution
controller and
indoor unit

Indoor unit is higher

MAX. 1m

Indoor unit is lower

MAX. 4m

Indoor unit and flow distribution controller


(indoor) air temperature . humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency
Power source
voltage

1 cycle time

Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)
3 min or more

Stop time
Voltage fluctuation

Within 10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within 15% of rated voltage

Phae unbalance

Within

Note (1) For details, see page 155 (Refrigerant piping length and height restrictions).

150 -

3% of rated voltage

(b) All-in-one type (also for combined use)


System
Item

FDCA400HKXRE4R

FDCA450HKXRE4R

FDCA504HKXRE4R

Indoor intake air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Refer to the Selection chart. (See page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units


Total capacity

1 to 23 units

1 to 26 units

1 to 29 units

200 ~ 520

225 ~ 585

252 ~ 656

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Indoor unit MAX. 160m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)


Piping length after the first branch
Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
unit

Max. 130m
Max. 40m (The flow distribution controller can be set to any value in this range)

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor unit in the


system and branching controller

MAX. 15m

Permissible height difference between the first


branch and the indoor unit

MAX. 15m

Height difference
between flow
distribution
controller and
indoor unit

Indoor unit is higher

MAX. 1m

Indoor unit is lower

MAX. 4m

Indoor unit and flow distribution controller


(indoor) air temperature humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency
Power source
voltage

1 cycle time

Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)
3 min or more

Stop time
Voltage fluctuation

Within 10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within 15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within 3% of rated voltage

Note (1) For details, see page 155 (Refrigerant piping length and height restrictions).

151 -

System
Item

FDCA560HKXRE4R

FDCA615HKXRE4R

FDCA680HKXRE4R

Indoor intake air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Refer to the Selection chart. (See page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units


Total capacity

1 to 33 units

2 to 36 units

2 to 40 units

280 ~ 728

307 ~ 800

340 ~ 884

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

MAX. 160m
Max. 130m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)


Piping length after the first branch
Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
unit

Max. 40m (The flow distribution controller can be set to any value in this range)

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor unit in the


system and branching controller

MAX. 15m

Permissible height difference between the first


branch and the indoor unit

MAX. 15m

Height difference
between flow
distribution
controller and
indoor unit

Indoor unit is higher

MAX. 1m

Indoor unit is lower

MAX. 4m

Indoor unit and flow distribution controller


(indoor) air temperature . humidity
Compressor
stop/start
frequency
Power source
voltage

1 cycle time

Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)
3 min or more

Stop time
Voltage fluctuation

Within 10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within 15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within 3% of rated voltage

Note (1) For details, see page 155 (Refrigerant piping length and height restrictions).

152 -

(c)

Combined type
System

Item
Indoor intake air temperature
(Upper, lower limits)

FDCA735HKXRE4R

FDCA800HKXRE4R

Number of connected units


Total capacity

2 to 43 units

2 to 47 units

2 to 48 units

2 to 48 units

368 ~ 955

400 ~ 1040

425 ~ 1105

450 ~ 1170

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

Indoor unit MAX. 160m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)


Piping length after the first branch
Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
unit

Max. 130m
Max. 40m (The flow distribution controller can be set to any value in this range)

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor unit in the


system and branching controller

MAX. 15m

Difference in height between outdoor units


(Same system)

MAX. 1m

Difference between an outdoor unit and


an outdoor unit side branching pipe

MAX. 5m

Length of oil equalization piping

MAX. 10m

Permissible height difference between the first


branch and the indoor unit
Height difference
Indoor unit is higher
between flow distribution controller and
Indoor unit is lower
indoor unit
Indoor unit and flow distribution controller
(indoor) air temperature . humidity
Compressor
1 cycle time
stop/start
frequency
Stop time
Power source
voltage

FDCA900HKXRE4R

Refer to the Selection chart. (see page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

FDCA850HKXRE4R

MAX. 15m
MAX. 1m
MAX. 4m
Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)
3 min or more

Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Note (1) For details, see page 155 (Refrigerant piping length and height restrictions).

153 -

Item
Indoor intake air temperature
(Upper, lower limits)

System FDCA960 FDCA1010 FDCA1065 FDCA1130 FDCA1180 FDCA1235 FDCA1300 FDCA1360


HKXRE4R HKXRE4R HKXRE4R HKXRE4R HKXRE4R HKXRE4R HKXRE4R HKXRE4R

Refer to the Selection chart. (see page 167)

Outdoor air temperature


(Upper, lower limits)
Indoor units
that can be
used in
combination

Number of connected units


Total capacity

2 to 48 units

3 to 48 units

480 ~ 1248 505 ~ 1313 532 ~ 1385 565 ~ 1469 590 ~ 1534 617 ~ 1606 650 ~ 1690 680 ~ 1768

Total piping length

MAX. 510m

Single direction piping length

MAX. 160m

Outdoor unit to first branch (main piping)


Piping length after the first branch
Difference in
height between
indoor and outdoor
unit

Max. 130m
Max. 40m (The flow distribution controller can be set to any value in this range)

Outdoor unit is higher

MAX. 50m

Outdoor unit is lower

MAX. 40m

Difference in height between indoor unit in the


system and branching controller

MAX. 15m

Difference in height between outdoor units


(Same system)

MAX. 1m

Difference between an outdoor unit and


an outdoor unit side branching pipe

MAX. 5m

Length of oil equalization piping

MAX. 10m

Permissible height difference between the first


branch and the indoor unit
Height difference
Indoor unit is higher
between flow distribution controller and
Indoor unit is lower
indoor unit
Indoor unit and flow distribution controller
(indoor) air temperature . humidity
Compressor
1 cycle time
stop/start
frequency
Stop time
Power source
voltage

MAX. 15m
MAX. 1m
MAX. 4m
Dew point temperature 28

or less, relative humidity 80% or less

7 min or more (4 minutes or more from start to stop or 3 minutes or more from stop to start)
3 min or more

Voltage fluctuation

Within

10% of rated voltage

Voltage drop during start

Within

15% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance

Within

3% of rated voltage

Note (1) For details, see page 155 (Refrigerant piping length and height restrictions).

154 -

Allowable length of refrigerant piping, height difference between indoor and outdoor unit
(a)

FDCA224HKXRE4R ~ FDCA680HKXRE4R (All-in-one type)


1) Branching system
Branching controller

Outdoor unit

Indoor unit
denotes
MAX. 40m

(Highest indoor unit)

$
%

MAX. 40m

MAX.
15m

First branch

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 130m

MAX.
15m

MAX.
1m

MAX.
4m

50m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

Branching controlloer

Lowest position of the


indoor unit and flow
distribution control.

Note (1) Please do not attach large traps or dirdhouses behind to the hose behind the first joint (acceptable only if higher than 500mm.)

2) Integrated branching system

Outdoor unit

Indoor unit
(Highest indoor unit)

!
MAX. 15m

Integrated
branching
controller

&
*
MAX. 40m

MAX. 15m
MAX. 15m

Integrated
branching
controller

MAX. 4m

MAX. 1m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

MAX. 15m

(Outdoor unit is lower : 40m)

50m

MAX. 130m

Lowest position of the


indoor unit and flow
distribution control.

Note (1) Please do not attach large traps or dirdhouses behind to the hose behind the first joint (acceptable only if higher than 500mm.)

(b) FDCA735HKXRE4R ~ FDCA1360HKXRE4R (Combined type)


Outdoor unit

1m

Outdoor unit
Permissible piping length
Equalizing oil pipe ra
_ 10 m
Refrigerant piping rb
_5m

ra
rb

Refrigerant piping rc
_5m
rc
Note (1) Use limitations other than the above are the same as
for the All-in-one type.

Outdoor unit side branch


(DOS-2A-1)

First branch

155 -

Check joint

Thermistor
(Thi-A)
Heat
exchanger

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

Gas line
(15.88)

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-A)

Service valve
(Flare connecting)

Check joint
4way valve
Heat
exchanger

Strainer

High pressure
sensor
(PSH)

Electronic
expansion valve

Oil separator
Thermistor
(Tho-S)
Low pressure
sensor
(PSL)

Strainer
Thermistor
(Tho-D)
Indoor B unit

Solenoid
valve
(SV2)

Solenoid
valve
(SV3)

Thermistor
(Tho-R)

156 -

Capillary
tube

Capillary
tube
Sub-cooling
coil

Compressor
Thermistor
(Tho-C)
Strainer

Liquid line
(9.52)

Strainer

Strainer
Service valve
(Flare connecting)

Strainer

Capillary
tube

Electronic
expansion valve
(SM1)

Receiver
Electronic
expansion valve
(SM2)
Receiver

[To next units]

Notes (1) Preset point of protective devices.


PSH:4.055 (ON)/3.658 (OFF) MPa
PSL:0.079 (ON)/0.227 (OFF) MPa
(2) Function of thermistor
ThI-R1,2:Heating operation:Indoor fan control
Cooling operation:Frost prevention control
Super heat control
ThI-R3:Super heat control

Tho-R:For control of defrosting.


Tho-A:For heating and cooling to low outdoor temp., for control of defrosting.
Tho-D:For control of discharge pipe temperature.
Tho-S:For control of suction pipe temperature.
Tho-C:For control of temperature under the dome.

4.3 Piping system

Heating cycle

(1) KX Series
Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R

Cooling cycle
Indoor A unit

Gas line

Indoor A unit

224:19.05(3/4")
280:22.22(7/8")
335:25.4(1")

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Cooling cycle

Service valve
(With charge port)
Brazing

4way valve
Check valve

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

Strainer

Oil
separator

Strainer

Electronic
expansion valve

Solenoid valve Strainer


(SV6)

Indoor B unit

Thermistor
(Tho-R3)

Check joint
High pressure
sensor
Low pressure
(PSH)
sensor
Check joint High pressure
(PSL)
switch
Thermistor
(63H1)
(Tho-S)
Thermistor
Electronic
(Tho-D)
expansion
valve
(EEVH1)

157 -

Liquid line
224, 280:9.52(3/8")
335:12.7(1/2")

Thermistor
(Tho-C)
Strainer
Service valve
(Flare connecting)

Thermistor
Thermistor
(Tho-R4)
(Tho-R2) Thermistor
Thermistor
(Tho-A)
(Tho-R1)

Heat
exchanger

Strainer

Compressor
Thermistor
(Tho-SC)

Capillary
tube

Receiver

Thermistor
(Tho-H)
Solenoid valve
(SV1)

Electronic expansion valve


(EEVSC)
[To next units]

Notes (1) Preset point of protective devices


63H1: Open 3.8MPa, Clase 2.9MPa
(For protection)
(2) Function of thermistor
PSH:
For compressor control
Cooling: 3.70 ON (MPa)
Heating: 3.00 ON (MPa)
PSL:
ON 0.18MPa, OFF 0.236MPa
(For compressor control)
ON 0.134MPa, OFF 0.18MPa
(For Protection)

Strainer

Sub-cooling
coil

Accumlator
Capillary tube

Sub-cooling coil
Strainer

Heat
exchanger

Strainer Strainer
Sub-cooling
coil

Capillary
tube

Heating cycle

ThI-R1, R2: Heating operation : Indoor fan control.


Cooling operation : Frost prevention control.
Super heat control.
ThI-R3:
For super heat control of cooling operation.
ThO-D:
For control of discharge pipe temperature.
ThO-C:
For control of temperature under the dome.
ThO-S:
For control of suction pipe temperature.
ThO-R1, R2: For control of defrosting.
ThO-A:
For control of defrosting.
ThO-R3, R4: Electronic expansion valve (EEVH1, 2) control of heating operation
ThO-SC:
Electronic expansion valve (EEVSC) control of cooling operation.
ThO-H:
For super heat control of sub-cooling coil.

Electronic
expansion
valve
(EEVH2)

Models FDCA224HKXE4R, 280HKXE4R, 335HKXE4R

Outdoor unit

Indoor A unit

Cooling cycle
Service valve
(With charge port)

Thermistor
(Tho-R3)

Brazing
Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Check valve
Solenoid
valve
(SV6)

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)
Strainer

High pressure
switch
(63H1-1)

Oil
separator

Thermistor
(Tho-D1)

Strainer
Strainer

Electronic
expansion valve

Check
valve

High pressure
Check
switch
joint
(63H1-2)
Low pressure
sensor
(PSL)

Oil
separator

Thermistor
(Tho-S)
Thermistor
(Tho-D2)

Strainer

Solenoid valve
(SV7)

Indoor B unit
Capillary
tube

Compressor 2 SV1 SV2

Compressor 1

For outdoor Thermistor


unit 2
(Tho-C1)
Oil equalization
Strainer
line 9.52 (3/8)

Capillary tube

158 -

Thermistor
(Tho-SC)
Service valve
(Flare connecting)

Notes (1) Preset point of protective devices


63H1-1, 2: Open 4.15MPa, Close 3.15MPa
(For protection)
(2) Function of thermistor
PSH:
For compressor control
Cooling: 3.70 ON (MPa)
Heating: 3.00 ON (MPa)
PSL:
ON 0.18MPa, OFF 0.20MPa
(For compressor control)
ON 0.134MPa, OFF 0.18MPa
(For protection)

Heat exchanger

Thermistor
(Tho-R1)

Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-H)

Strainer
Accumlator

Thermistor Solenoid
(Tho-C2) valve
(SV1)

Strainer
Liquid line
12.7(1/2)

[To next outdoor unit2]


[To next units]

Thermistor
(Tho-A)

Heat exchanger
High pressure
sensor
(PSH)
Check joint

4way valve
Heat
exchanger

Thermistor
(Tho-R4)

Thermistor
(Tho-R2)

Strainer

Check
valve
Electronic
expansion
valve
(EEVH1)

Check
valve
Electronic
expansion
valve
(EEVH2)

Strainer
Sub-cooling
coil

Solenoid
valve
(SV2)
Strainer

Strainer

Heating cycle

Receiver

Electronic expansion valve


(EEVSC)

ThI-R1, R2: Heating operation : Indoor fan control.


Cooling operation : Frost prevention control.
Super heat control.
ThI-R3:
For super heat control of cooling operation.
ThO-D:
For control of discharge pipe temperature.
ThO-C:
For control of temperature under the dome.
ThO-S:
For control of suction pipe temperature.
ThO-R1, R2: For control of defrosting.
ThO-A:
For control of defrosting.
ThO-R3, R4: Electronic expansion valve (EEVH1, 2) control of heating operation
ThO-SC:
Electronic expansion valve (EEVSC) control of cooling operation.
ThO-H:
For super heat control of sub-cooling coil.

Sub-cooling
coil

Models FDCA335HKXE4R-K, 400HKXE4R, 450HKXE4R, 504HKXE4R, 560HKXE4R, 615HKXE4R, 680HKXE4R

Outdoor unit 1
Gas line
335, 400: 25.4 (1")
450: 28.58(11/8")

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

CAP
4way valve

Strainer

Service valve
(With charge port)

224: 15.88 (5/8")


280, 335: 19.05 (3/4")

SVG

CAP

CAP

Strainer

Strainer

Strainer

Thermistor
(Thi-R1)
Oil
separator

159 -

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

CAP
4way valve

Strainer

SVG

High pressure sensor (PSH)


Check joint

Strainer SV11

Low pressure
sensor (PSL)

Strainer
CAP

CAP

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Thermistor
(Tho-R1)

Thermistor
(Tho-R2)

Thermistor
(Tho-S)

Thermistor
(Tho-D1)
Thermistor
(Tho-H)

Strainer

Strainer

Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH1)

Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH2)

Strainer

Strainer

CM1
CAP62

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Check
joint

Strainer

Strainer

SV6

SVH
Indoor B unit

4way valve

Check valve
High pressure switch
(63H1-1)

Branching controller

CAP61

Electronic Strainer
expansion valve

4way valve
CAP
CAP

Thermistor
(Tho-A)

Thermistor
(Tho-R3)

Strainer

Heat exchanger
Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-R4)

Compressor 1

Accumlator

Thermistor
(Tho-C1)

Strainer

Sub-cooling
coil

Sub-cooling
coil

CAP10

Heat exchanger
Strainer

Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Electronic Strainer
expansion valve

Liquid
line

224, 280: 9.52 (3/8")


335: 12.7 (1/2")

Service Strainer
valve
(Flare connecting)

Thermistor
(Tho-SC)

Sub-cooling
coil

Fusible plug

Electronic expansion Strainer Receiver


valve (EEVSC)

[To next units]


Note (1)

Note (2)

Preset point of protective devices


63H1: Open 4.15MPa, Close 3.15MPa
(For protection)
Function of thermistor
PSH: For compressor control
Cooling: 3.70 ON (MPa)
Heating: 3.00 ON (MPa)
PSL: ON 0.18MPa, OFF 0.236MPa
(For compressor control)
ON 0.134MPa, OFF 0.134MPa
(For Protection)

ThI-R1, R2: Heating operation: Indoor fan control,


Cooling operation: Frost prevention control.
Super heat control.
ThI-R3:
For super heat control of cooling operation.
ThO-D:
For control of discharge pipe temperature.
ThO-C:
For control of temperature under the dome.
ThO-S:
For control of suction pipe temperature.
ThO-R1, R2: For control of defrosting.
ThO-A:
For control of defrosting.
ThO-R3, R4: Electric expansion valve (EEVH1, 2) control of heating operation.
ThO-SC:
Electric expansion valve (EEVSC) control of cooling operation.
ThO-H:
For super heat control of sub-cooling coil.

List of branch controller


Solenoid valve operations
Heeting
Cooling
SVH
Open
Close
SVG
Close
Close

Cooling and heating operation

Indoor A unit

Discharge
gas line

(2) KXR series

Service valve
(With charge port)

224: 19.05 (3/4")


280, 335: 22.22 (7/8")

Branching controller
SVH
Strainer

Heating

(a)

Suction
gas line

Cooling

Models FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R

Refrigerant flow

Outdoor unit

SVG

Branching controller
SVH
Strainer
CAP
4way valve

Strainer

SVG
Strainer
CAP

Strainer
CAP

To
slave
unit

Electronic
expansion valveStrainer

Liquid
line
12.7 (1/2")

Low pressure
sensor (PSL)

Check valve
Check valve
Thermistor
High pressure switch
High pressure (Tho-S)
(63H1-1)
switch
(63H1-2)
Oil
separator
Thermistor
Thermistor
(Tho-D1)
(Tho-D2)
Strainer
CM1
Compressor1

Thermistor
(Tho-SC)

Thermistor
(Tho-R2)

Strainer

Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-H)

SV4
Check
valve
Strainer

Compressor2

Accumlator

Sub-cooling
coil

Sub-cooling
coil
Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH1)

Service valve
(Oil equalization pipe) Strainer

Service valve Strainer


(Flare connecting)

Heat exchanger

Thermistor
(Tho-R1)

CM2

Thermistor
(Tho-C2)
CAP10

Thermistor
(Tho-C1)

Strainer

Strainer SV11

Thermistor
(Tho-A)

Heat exchanger

Check
joint

CAP11

Oil
separator

Heat exchanger
Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-R3)
4way valve

High pressure sensor (PSH)


Check joint

Strainer

CAP62

160 -

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Strainer
4way valve

CAP61 SV6

Indoor B unit

Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-R4)

Strainer

Heat exchanger
Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Electronic
expansion valve Strainer

CAP

CAP

Strainer
CAP

Strainer

CAP

CAP72

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

CAP
4way valve

Service valve
(With charge port)

335: 19.05(3/4")
400, 450: 22.22 (7/8")

CAP71 SV7

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Discharge
gas line

Check
valve
Strainer
Sub-cooling
coil
Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH2)

Fusible plug

Electronic expansion Strainer Receiver


valve (EEVSC)
[To next units]
Note (1)

Note (2)

Preset point of protective devices


63H1-1, 2: Open 4.15MPa, Close 3.15MPa
(For protection)
Function of thermistor
PSH: For compressor control
Cooling: 3.70 ON (MPa)
Heating: 3.00 ON (MPa)
PSL: ON 0.18MPa, OFF 0.20MPa
(For compressor control)
ON 0.134MPa, OFF 0.18MPa
(For Protection)

ThI-R1, R2: Heating operation: Indoor fan control,


Cooling operation: Frost prevention control.
Super heat control.
ThI-R3:
For super heat control of cooling operation.
ThO-D:
For control of discharge pipe temperature.
ThO-C:
For control of temperature under the dome.
ThO-S:
For control of suction pipe temperature.
ThO-R1, R2: For control of defrosting.
ThO-A:
For control of defrosting.
ThO-R3, R4: Electric expansion valve (EEVH1, 2) control of heating operation.
ThO-SC:
Electric expansion valve (EEVSC) control of cooling operation.
ThO-H:
For super heat control of sub-cooling coil.

List of branch controller


Solenoid valve operations
Cooling
Heeting
SVH
Open
Close
SVG
Close
Close

680HKXRE4R

Indoor A unit

Heating

Service valve
(With charge port)

335: 22.22(7/8")
400, 450: 28.58 (11/8")

Branching controller
SVH
Strainer

Cooling

Models FDCA335HKXRE4R-E, 400HKXRE4R, 450HKXRE4R, 504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R,

Refrigerant flow

Outdoor unit
Suction
gas line

Service valve
(With charge port)

224: 19.05 (3/4")


280, 335: 22.22 (7/8")

Branching controller
SVH
Indoor A unit
Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

CAP
4way valve

Strainer

Strainer

Discharge
gas line

Service valve
(With charge port)

224: 15.88 (5/8")


280, 335: 19.05 (3/4")

SVG

CAP

CAP

Strainer

Strainer

Strainer

Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

161 -

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Check
joint

High pressure sensor (PSH)


Check joint

Strainer SV11

Low pressure
sensor (PSL)

CAP
4way valve

Strainer

SVG
Strainer
CAP

CAP

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Thermistor
(Tho-R1)

Thermistor
(Tho-R2)

Thermistor
(Tho-S)

Thermistor
(Tho-D1)
Thermistor
(Tho-H)

Strainer

Strainer

Strainer

Strainer

Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH1)

Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH2)

Strainer

Strainer

CM1
CAP62

SVH

Indoor B unit

4way valve

Check valve
High pressure switch
(63H1-2)

Branching controller

SV6

Heating

Oil
separator

CAP61

Electronic Strainer
expansion valve

4way valve
CAP
CAP

Thermistor
(Tho-A)

Thermistor
(Tho-R3)

Strainer

Heat exchanger
Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-R4)

Compressor 1

Accumlator

Thermistor
(Tho-C1)

Strainer

Sub-cooling
coil

Sub-cooling
coil

CAP10

Heat exchanger
Strainer

Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Electronic Strainer
expansion valve
Cooling

Liquid
line

224, 280: 9.52 (3/8")


335: 12.7 (1/2")

Service Strainer
valve
(Flare connecting)

Thermistor
(Tho-SC)

Sub-cooling
coil

Fusible plug

Electronic expansion Strainer Receiver


valve (EEVSC)

[To next units]


Note (1)

Note (2)

Preset point of protective devices


63H1: Open 4.15MPa, Close 3.15MPa
(For protection)
Function of thermistor
PSH: For compressor control
Cooling: 3.70 ON (MPa)
Heating: 3.00 ON (MPa)
PSL: ON 0.18MPa, OFF 0.236MPa
(For compressor control)
ON 0.134MPa, OFF 0.134MPa
(For Protection)

ThI-R1, R2: Heating operation: Indoor fan control,


Cooling operation: Frost prevention control.
Super heat control.
ThI-R3:
For super heat control of cooling operation.
ThO-D:
For control of discharge pipe temperature.
ThO-C:
For control of temperature under the dome.
ThO-S:
For control of suction pipe temperature.
ThO-R1, R2: For control of defrosting.
ThO-A:
For control of defrosting.
ThO-R3, R4: Electric expansion valve (EEVH1, 2) control of heating operation.
ThO-SC:
Electric expansion valve (EEVSC) control of cooling operation.
ThO-H:
For super heat control of sub-cooling coil.

List of branch controller


Solenoid valve operations
Cooling
Heeting
SVH
Close
Open
SVG
Close
Close

(b) Mixed heating/cooling operation

Suction
gas line

Models FDCA224HKXRE4R, 280HKXRE4R, 335HKXRE4R

Refrigerant flow

Outdoor unit

Service valve
(With charge port)

335: 22.22(7/8")
400, 450: 28.58 (11/8")

SVG

162 -

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Oil
separator
Branching controller
SVH
Strainer
CAP
4way valve

Strainer

SVG
Strainer
CAP

Strainer
CAP

Strainer
To
slave
unit

Electronic
expansion valveStrainer

Liquid
line
12.7 (1/2")

Cooling

Strainer SV11

CM1
Compressor1

Low pressure
sensor (PSL)

Thermistor
(Tho-R1)

Thermistor
(Tho-R2)

Strainer

Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-H)

SV4

CM2
Strainer
Compressor2

Thermistor
(Tho-C2)
CAP10

Thermistor
(Tho-SC)

Heat exchanger

Check
valve
Accumlator

Sub-cooling
coil

Sub-cooling
coil
Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH1)

Service valve
(Oil equalization pipe) Strainer

Service valve Strainer


(Flare connecting)

Thermistor
(Tho-A)

Heat exchanger

Check
joint

Check valve
Check valve
Thermistor
High pressure switch
High pressure (Tho-S)
(63H1-1)
switch
(63H1-2)
Oil
separator
Thermistor
Thermistor
(Tho-D1)
(Tho-D2)
Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-C1)

Heat exchanger
Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Strainer

4way valve

High pressure sensor (PSH)


Check joint

Strainer

CAP62

Indoor B unit

Thermistor
(Tho-R3)

4way valve

CAP61 SV6

Heating

Strainer

Strainer

Heat exchanger
Thermistor
(Thi-R1)

Electronic Strainer
expansion valve

Strainer

Thermistor
(Tho-R4)

CAP

Strainer
CAP

Strainer

CAP

CAP11

Thermistor
(Thi-R2)

CAP
4way valve

CAP

CAP72

Thermistor
(Thi-R3)
Thermistor
(Thi-A)

Service valve
(With charge port)

335: 19.05(3/4")
400, 450: 22.22 (7/8")

CAP71 SV7

Indoor A unit

Discharge
gas line

Check
valve
Strainer
Sub-cooling
coil
Electronic
expansion valve
(EEVH2)

Fusible plug

Electronic expansion Strainer Receiver


valve (EEVSC)
[To next units]
Note (1)

Note (2)

Preset point of protective devices


63H1-1, 2: Open 4.15MPa, Close 3.15MPa
(For protection)
Function of thermistor
PSH: For compressor control
Cooling: 3.70 ON (MPa)
Heating: 3.00 ON (MPa)
PSL: ON 0.18MPa, OFF 0.20MPa
(For compressor control)
ON 0.134MPa, OFF 0.18MPa
(For Protection)

ThI-R1, R2: Heating operation: Indoor fan control,


Cooling operation: Frost prevention control.
Super heat control.
ThI-R3:
For super heat control of cooling operation.
ThO-D:
For control of discharge pipe temperature.
ThO-C:
For control of temperature under the dome.
ThO-S:
For control of suction pipe temperature.
ThO-R1, R2: For control of defrosting.
ThO-A:
For control of defrosting.
ThO-R3, R4: Electric expansion valve (EEVH1, 2) control of heating operation.
ThO-SC:
Electric expansion valve (EEVSC) control of cooling operation.
ThO-H:
For super heat control of sub-cooling coil.

List of branch controller


Solenoid valve operations
Cooling
Heeting
SVH
Close
Open
SVG
Close
Close

680HKXRE4R

Branching controller
SVH
Strainer

Models FDCA335HKXRE4R-K, 400HKXRE4R, 450HKXRE4R, 504HKXRE4R, 560HKXRE4R, 615HKXRE4R,

Refrigerant flow

Outdoor unit
Suction
gas line

4.4 Selection chart


(1) Equipment selection flow

Calculate the load for each room separately, then determine the indoor load.

Select an indoor unit that matches the indoor load (tentative).

Calculate the temperature compensation,


then calculate the indoor unit capacity.
(See item (2) (a) for the calculation method.)

Indoor unit
capacity (tentative)
Indoor Load

Change the indoor unit.

Select the outdoor unit (tentative).

NO

Calculate temperature compensation and piping


compensation, etc., then calculate the outdoor unit
capacity. (See item (2) (b) for the calculation method.)

YES
Calculate the total indoor unit capacity.

Calculate the system capacity


(See item (2) (c) for the calculation method.)

NO

Total indoor unit


capacity System Capacity

Change the outdoor unit.

YES
Calculate the indoor unit capacity.
(See item (2) (d) for the calculation method.)

Indoor unit
capacity Indoor Load

YES
Equipment selection complete.

163 -

NO

(2) Capacity calculation method


(a)

Calculating the indoor unit capacity compensation


Indoor unit capacity (cooling, heating) = Indoor unit total rated capacity
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions
See item (3) (a) concerning the capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions.

(b) Calculating the outdoor unit capacity compensation


Outdoor Unit Capacity (Cooling, Heating) = Outdoor unit rated capacity (rated capacity when 100% connected)
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions
Capacity compensation coefficient according to piping length
Capacity compensation coefficient according to height difference
Correction of heating capacity in relation to the frost on the outdoor unit
heat exchanger
Capacity compensation coefficient according to indoor unit connection capacity
q See item (3) (a) concerning the capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions.
w See item (3) (c) concerning the capacity compensation coefficient according to piping length.
In the case of cooling capacity compensation, the compensation coefficient differs depending on the piping size if the
length exceeds 90 m, so exercise caution. The compensation coefficient is the same in the case of heating capacity compensation regardless of the model (horsepower).
e See item (3) (d) concerning the capacity compensation coefficient according to height difference. This compensation
should be carried out only in cases where the outdoor unit is lower during cooling and higher during heating.
r See item (3) (e) correction of heating capacity in relation to the frost on the outdoor unit heat exchanger. This compensation should be carried out only when calculating the heating capacity.
t See item (3) (f) concerning the capacity compensation coefficient according to indoor unit connected capacity. This
compensation should be carried out only in cases where the indoor unit total capacity is 100% or higher.
(c) Calculating system capacity
Compare the capacities determined in items (a) and (b) above and let the smaller value be the system capacity (cooling,
heating).
q In cases where indoor unit total capacity (cooling, heating) > outdoor unit capacity (cooling, heating)
System capacity (cooling, heating) = Outdoor unit capacity (cooling, heating)
w In cases where indoor unit total capacity (cooling, heating) < outdoor unit capacity (cooling, heating)
System capacity (cooling, heating) = Indoor unit capacity (cooling, heating)
(d) Calculating indoor unit capacity [item (c) 1 only]
Indoor unit capacity (cooling, heating) = System capacity (cooling, heating)
[(Indoor unit capacity) / (Indoor unit total capacity)]

Capacity calculation examples


Example 1
Cooling (when the indoor unit connected total capacity is less than 100%)
Outdoor unit FDCA735HKXE4R .............................................. 1 Unit
Indoor unit FDTA71KXE4R ...................................................... 8 Units
Piping length ............................................................................... 60 m (Equivalent length)
Indoor, outdoor unit height difference ........................................ 15 m (Outdoor unit is lower)
Temperature conditions ............................................................... Outdoor temperature: 33C DB
Temperature conditions ............................................................... Indoor temperature: 19C WB
<Indoor unit total cooling capacity>: Item (2) (a) calculation.
Indoor unit rated cooling capacity: 7.1 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions:
1.02 (Calculated according to Indoor 19C WB / Outdoor 33C DB); (See page 167)
Indoor unit cooling capacity: 7.1 kW 1.02 .=. 7.2 kW
Indoor unit total cooling capacity calculation;
indoor unit total cooling capacity: 7.2 kW 8 units = 57.6 kW
<Outdoor unit maximum cooling capacity> : Item (2) (b) calculation
Outdoor unit rated cooling capacity: 73.5 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions:
1.02 (Calculated according to Indoor 19C WB / Outdoor 33C DB); (See page 167)
Outdoor unit cooling capacity: 73.5 kW 1.02 .=. 75.0 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to piping length: 0.96 (calculated according to 60 m length); (See page 170)
75.0 kW 0.96 = 72.0 kW
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164 -

Capacity compensation coefficient according to height difference: 0.97 (calculated according to 15 m difference); (See page 175)
72.0 kW 0.97 .=. 69.8 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to indoor unit connected total capacity: 1.0 , (71 8) / 735 < 100%)
No compensation
<System cooling capacity>: Item (2) (c) calculation
Compare the indoor unit total cooling capacity and the outdoor unit maximum cooling capacity. The smaller value is the actual
system cooling capacity.
Indoor unit total cooling capacity: 57.6 kW
e System cooling capacity: 57.6 kW
Outdoor unit maximum cooling capacity: 69.8 kW
<Indoor unit capacity compensation> No compensation (7.2 kW)

Example 2

(Notes) Calculations were made using the European specification 34.92 gas pipe.

Cooling (when the indoor unit connected total capacity is 100% or higher)
Outdoor unit FDCA735HKXE4R .............................................. 1 Unit
Indoor unit FDTA71KXE4R ...................................................... 11 Units
Piping length ............................................................................... 120 m (Equivalent length)
Indoor, outdoor unit height difference ........................................ 15 m (Outdoor unit is higher)
Temperature conditions ............................................................... Outdoor temperature: 35C DB
Temperature conditions ............................................................... Indoor temperature: 18C WB
<Indoor unit total cooling capacity>: Item (2) (a) calculation.
Indoor unit rated cooling capacity: 7.1 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions:
0.94 (Calculated according to Indoor 18C WB / Outdoor 35C DB); (See page 167)
Indoor unit cooling capacity: 7.1 kW 0.94 .=. 6.7 kW
Indoor unit total cooling capacity calculation;
indoor unit total cooling capacity: 6.7 kW 11 units .=. 73.7 kW
<Outdoor unit maximum cooling capacity> : Item (2) (b) calculation
Outdoor unit rated cooling capacity: 73.5 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions:
0.94 (Calculated according to Indoor 18C WB / Outdoor 35C DB); (See page 167)
Outdoor unit cooling capacity: 73.5 kW 0.94 .=. 69.1 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to piping length: 0.93 (calculated according to 120 m length); (See page 170)
69.1 kW 0.93 .=. 64.3 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to height difference: 1.0 (the outdoor unit is higher during cooling)
No compensation
Capacity compensation coefficient according to indoor unit connected total capacity: 1.07 , (71 11) / 735 = 106%) (See page 181)
64.3 kW 1.07 .=. 68.8 kW
<System cooling capacity>: Item (2) (c) calculation
Compare the indoor unit total cooling capacity and the outdoor unit maximum cooling capacity. The smaller value is the actual
system cooling capacity.
Indoor unit total cooling capacity
: 73.7 kW e System cooling capacity: 68.8 kW
Outdoor unit maximum cooling capacity : 68.8 kW
<Indoor unit cooling capacity Compensation>: Item (2) (d) calculation.
68.8 kW 6.7 kW
.=
. 6.3 kW
73.7 kW

Example 3
Heating (when the indoor unit connected total capacity is 100% or higher)
Outdoor unit FDCA735HKXE4R .............................................. 1 Unit
Indoor unit FDTA71KXE4R ...................................................... 11 Units
Piping length ............................................................................... 60 m (Equivalent length)
Indoor, outdoor unit height difference ........................................ 20 m (Outdoor unit is higher)
Temperature conditions ............................................................... Outdoor temperature: 6C WB
Temperature conditions ............................................................... Indoor temperature: 19C DB
<Indoor unit total heating capacity>: Item (2) (a) calculation.
Indoor unit rated heating capacity:8.0 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temprature conditions:
1.04 (Calculated according to Outdoor 6C WB / Indoor 19C DB); (See page 168)
Indoor unit heating capacity: 8.0 kW 1.04 .=. 8.3 kW
Indoor unit total heating capacity calculation;
indoor unit total heating capacity: 8.3 kW 11 units .=. 91.3 kW
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165 -

<Outdoor unit maximum heating capacity> : Item (2) (b) calculation


Outdoor unit rated heating capacity: 82.5 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to temperature conditions:
1.04 (Calculated according to Outdoor 6C WB / Indoor 19C DB); (See page 168)
Outdoor unit heating capacity: 82.5 kW 1.04 = 85.8 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to piping length: 0.96 (calculated according to 60 m length); (See page 170)
85.8 kW 0.96 .=. 82.4 kW
Capacity compensation coefficient according to height difference: 0.96 (calculated according to 20 m difference); (See page 175)
82.4 kW 0.96 .=. 79.1 kW
Correction of heating capacity in relation to the frost on the outdoor unit heat exchanger: 1.0;
79.1 kW 1.0 .=. 79.1 kW.
Capacity compensation coefficient according to indoor unit connected total capacity: 1.07, (71 11) / 735 = 106%) (See page 181)
79.1 kW 1.07 .=. 84.6 kW.
<System heating capacity>: Item (2) (c) calculation
Compare the indoor unit total heating capacity and the outdoor unit maximum heating capacity. The smaller value is the actual
system heating capacity.
Indoor unit total heating capacity
: 91.3 kW e System heating capacity: 84.6 kW
Outdoor unit maximum heating capacity : 84.6 kW
<Indoor unit heating capacity compensation> (Item (2) (d) calculation
84.6 kW 8.3 kW .
=. 7.7 kW
91.3 kW
(3) Capacity compensation coefficient
Range of usage & limitations or Coefficient of cooling and heating capacity in relation to temperatures
(i)

Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R


1.3
1.2

Coefficient of cooling &


Heating capacity in
relation to temperature

Cooling
1.1
1.0

Heating
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6

Cooling operation
Outdoor air D.B.
temperature
CD. B.

Applicablerange

Heating operation
Indoor air D.B.
temperature
CD. B.

(a)

43
40
35
30
25
20

26
24

0
-5
14
16
18
Indoor air W.B. temperature C W.B.

20

22

ISO-T1 Standard Condition

27
25
20
15
10
-15

-10

-5

10
ISO-T1 Standard Condition

Outdoor air W.B. temperature C W.B.

166 -

15

(ii) Models FDCA224~1360HKXE4R, 224~1360HKXRE4R

Indoor air D.B.


temperature
C D. B.

Heating operation

Cooling operation
Outdoor air D.B.
temperature
C D. B.

1) Rage of usage & limitations

43
40
35
30
25
20

26
24
Applicable range

0
-5
14
16
18
20
22
ISO-T1 Standard Condition
Indoor air W.B. temperature C W.B.

27
25
20
15
10
-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

10

15

ISO-T1 Standard Condition

Outdoor air W.B. temperature C W.B.

2) Coefficient of cooling and heating capacity in relation to temperatures


Notes (1) When there is simultaneous cooling operation with an outside temperature of 5C or less, there is a reduction in cooling capacity compared with cooling operation only. (KXR series only)
(Not suitable for year-round cooling applications in server rooms and the like.)

(b) Capacity compensation coefficient and power consumption compensation coefficient according to indoor and outdoor temperature conditions.
1) Capacity compensation coefficient

Cooling
Indoor air W.B.
temperature 26 CWB

Capacity compensation coefficient

Indoor air W.B. temperature 24 CWB

Indoor air W.B. temperature 22 CWB


Indoor air W.B.
temperature 21 CWB

Indoor air W.B. temperature 20 CWB


Indoor air W.B. temperature 19 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 18 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 17 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 16 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 15 CWB

Indoor air W.B. temperature 14 CWB

Outdoor air D.B. temperature( CDB)

167 -

Heating
1.20
Outdoor air W.B. temperature 6CWB

1.15

Outdoor air W.B. temperature 10CWB

Capacity compensation coefficient

1.10

Outdoor air W.B. temperature 14CWB


Outdoor air W.B. temperature 18CWB

1.05

Outdoor air W.B.


temperature 2CWB

1.00
0.95
Outdoor air W.B. temperature -2CWB

0.90
0.85

Outdoor air W.B. temperature -6CWB

Outdoor air W.B. temperature -10CWB

0.80
0.75
Outdoor air W.B. temperature -15CWB

0.70
0.65

Outdoor air W.B. temperature -20CWB

0.60
0.55
16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Indoor air D.B. temperature(CDB)

Power consumption compensation coefficient

2) Power consumption correction factor

Indoor air W.B. temperature 26 CWB


Indoor air W.B. temperature 24 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 22 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 21 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 20 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 19 CWB

Indoor air W.B.


temperature 16 CWB

Indoor air W.B. temperature 18 CWB


Indoor air W.B. temperature 17 CWB
Indoor air W.B. temperature 15 CWB
Indoor air W.B.
temperature 14 CWB

Outdoor air D.B. temperature( CDB)

168 -

Heating

1.30

Power consumption compensation coefficient

1.25
Outdoor air W.B. temperature -2CWB

1.20
Outdoor air W.B. temperature 2CWB

1.15

Outdoor air W.B. temperature -6CWB

1.10
Outdoor air W.B. temperature -10CWB

1.05
Outdoor air W.B. temperature -15CWB

1.00

Outdoor air W.B. temperature -20CWB

0.95
0.90

Outdoor air W.B. temperature 6CWB

0.85
Outdoor air W.B. temperature 10CWB

0.80
Outdoor air W.B. temperature 14CWB

0.75
Outdoor air W.B. temperature 18CWB

0.70
0.65
16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Indoor air D.B. temperature(CDB)


(c)

Correction of cooling and heating capacity in relation to one way length of refrigerant piping.
1) Cooling
a) KX series
Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140, 160HKXES4R

Model FDCA224HKXE4R
1.00
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.00

0.95
Gas pipe: 15.88
0.90

0.85

0.80

Model FDCA280HKXE4R

0.85

0
20 40 60 80 90100 120 140 160 180
Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA335HKXE4R
1.00
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Gas pipe: 22.22

0.90

0.80

0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

1.00

0.95
Gas pipe:
22.22
0.90

0.85

0.80

Gas pipe: 19.05


0.95

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Gas pipe: 25.4


0.90

0.85
Gas pipe: 22.22*
0.80

180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)


Note (1) Parts with the * mark show the piping size in case used in Europe.

0.95

169 -

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA400HKXE4R

Model FDCA450HKXE4R

1.00

1.00

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Gas pipe: 28.58


0.95
Gas pipe: 25.4
0.90

0.85

0.80

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Gas pipe: 31.8


0.95

0.85

0.80

180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

0.95
Gas pipe: 28.58
0.90

0.85

20

40

60

80 90 100

120

140

160

180

Gas pipe: 31.8

Gas pipe: 28.58


0.90

0.85

0.80

80 90100 120 140 160 180

20

40

60

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA615HKXE4R

Model FDCA680HKXE4R

1.00

1.00
Gas pipe: 31.8

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

60

0.95

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

0.95
Gas pipe: 28.58
0.90

0.85

0.80
0

20

40

60

Gas pipe: 31.8


0.95
Gas pipe: 28.58
0.90

0.85

0.80
0

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

20

40

60

80 90 100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA800HKXE4R
(FDCA400HKXE4R + FDCA400HKXE4R)

Model FDCA735HKXE4R
(FDCA335HKXE4R-K + FDCA400HKXE4R)
1.00
Gas pipe: 38.1

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

40

1.00
Gas pipe: 31.8

0.95
Gas pipe: 31.8
0.90
Gas pipe: 34.92*
0.85

0.80

20

Model FDCA560HKXE4R

Model FDCA504HKXE4R

1.00

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

1.00

0.80

Gas pipe: 28.58

0.90

20

40

60

Gas pipe: 31.8


0.90
Gas pipe: 34.92*
0.85

0.80

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

20

40

60

80 90 100

120

140

160

180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Note (1) Parts with the * mark show the piping size in case used in Europe.

Gas pipe: 38.1


0.95

170 -

Model FDCA850HKXE4R
(FDCA400HKXE4R-K + FDCA450HKXE4R)

Model FDCA900HKXE4R
(FDCA450HKXE4R + FDCA450HKXE4R)
1.00

Gas pipe: 38.1

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.00

0.95
Gas pipe: 31.8

0.90

0.85

0.80

Gas pipe: 34.92*

20

40

60

0.90

Gas pipe: 31.8

0.85

Gas pipe: 34.92*

0.80

80 90 100 120 140 160 180

60

80 90 100

120

140

160

180

Model FDCA960HKXE4R
(FDCA450HKXE4R+FDCA504HKXE4R)

Model FDCA1010HKXE4R
(FDCA504HKXE4R+FDCA504HKXE4R)
1.00

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Gas pipe: 38.1


*
Gas pipe: 34.92

0.95
Gas pipe: 31.8

0.90

0.85

20

40

60

0.95
Gas pipe: 38.1
0.90
*
Gas pipe: 34.92
0.85

0.80
0

80 90100 120 140 160 180

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA1065HKXE4R
(FDCA504HKXE4R+FDCA560HKXE4R)

Model FDCA1130HKXE4R
(FDCA560HKXE4R+FDCA560HKXE4R)

1.00

1.00

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

40

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

0.80
0

0.95
Gas pipe: 38.1
0.90
*
Gas pipe: 34.92
0.85

0.80

20

40

60

80

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Gas pipe: 38.1


0.90
*
Gas pipe: 34.92
0.85

40

60

80

*
Gas pipe: 34.92
0.85

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

1.00

0.95

20

0.90

Model FDCA1235HKXE4R
(FDCA615HKXE4R+FDCA615HKXE4R)

1.00

Gas pipe: 38.1

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA1180HKXE4R
(FDCA560HKXE4R+FDCA615HKXE4R)

0.80

0.95

0.80
0

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Capacity compensation
coefficient

20

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

1.00
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Gas pipe: 38.1


0.95

0.95
Gas pipe: 38.1
0.90
*
Gas pipe: 34.92
0.85

0.80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Note (1) Parts with the * mark show the piping size in case used in Europe.

171 -

Model FDCA1300HKXE4R
(FDCA615HKXE4R+FDCA680HKXE4R)

Model FDCA1360HKXE4R
(FDCA680HKXE4R+FDCA680HKXE4R)
1.00

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.00

0.95
Gas pipe: 38.1
0.90
*
Gas pipe: 34.92
0.85

0.80

20

40

60

80

0.95
Gas pipe: 38.1
0.90
*
Gas pipe: 34.92
0.85

0.80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Note (1) Parts with the * mark show the piping size in case used in Europe.

b) KXR series
Model FDCA224HKXRE4R

Model FDCA280HKXRE4R

1.00

Suction gas pipe:


19.05

Suction gas pipe:


22.22

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.00

0.95

0.90

0.85

0.80

20

40

60

0.95
Suction gas pipe:
22.22
0.90

0.85

0.80

80 90 100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA335HKXRE4R

60

80

100

120

140

160

180

Model FDCA400HKXRE4R

0.95

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

40

1.00

Suction gas pipe:


25.4

0.90

0.85
Suction gas pipe:
22.22*
0

20

40

60

80

Suction gas pipe:


28.58*
0.95
Suction gas pipe:
25.4
0.90

0.85

0.80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA450HKXRE4R

20

40

60

Capacity compensation
coefficient

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 28.58

0.90

0.85

20

40

60

80 90 100

120

80

100

120

140

160

180

Model FDCA504HKXRE4R
1.00

Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

0.80

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

1.00

Capacity compensation
coefficient

20

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

1.00

0.80

140

160

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Suction gas
pipe: 28.58

0.90

0.85

20

40

60

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Note (1) Parts with the * mark show the piping size in case used in Europe.

0.95

0.80

180

Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

172 -

Model FDCA615HKXRE4R

Model FDCA560HKXRE4R

1.00
Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.00

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 28.58
0.90

0.85

0.80

20

40

60

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 28.58
0.90

0.85

0.80
0

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Model FDCA680HKXRE4R
1.00

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 28.58
0.90

0.85

40

60

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Model FDCA735HKXRE4R
(FDCA335HKXRE4R-K + FDCA400HKXRE4R)
Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

0.90
Suction gas
pipe: 34.92*
0.85

20

40

60

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA800HKXRE4R
(FDCA400HKXRE4R + FDCA400HKXRE4R)

Model FDCA850HKXRE4R
(FDCA400HKXRE4R + FDCA450HKXRE4R)
1.00

Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

0.90
Suction gas
pipe: 34.92*
0.85

20

40

60

80 90 100

120

140

160

Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

0.90

Suction gas
pipe: 34.92*

0.85

0.80

180

20

40

60

80 90 100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA900HKXRE4R
(FDCA450HKXRE4R + FDCA450HKXRE4R)

Model FDCA960HKXRE4R
(FDCA450HKXRE4R+FDCA504HKXRE4R)
1.00

1.00
Suction gas
pipe: 38.1

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

60

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

0.95

0.80

40

0.95

0.80

80 90 100 120 140 160 180

1.00
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.00

20

20

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

0.80
0

Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

0.90

Suction gas
pipe: 34.92*

0.85

0.80

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Suction gas
pipe: 31.8

0.90

0.85

20

40

60

80 90100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)


Note (1) Parts with the * mark show the piping size in case used in Europe.

0.95

0.80
0

180

Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
Suction gas *
pipe: 34.92

173 -

Model FDCA1010HKXRE4R
(FDCA504HKXRE4R+FDCA504HKXRE4R)

Model FDCA1065HKXRE4R
(FDCA504HKXRE4R+FDCA560HKXRE4R)
1.00

0.95

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.00

Suction gas
pipe: 38.1

0.90
Suction gas
*
pipe: 34.92
0.85

0.80
0

20

40

60

80

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

Model FDCA1130HKXRE4R
(FDCA560HKXRE4R+FDCA560HKXRE4R)

Model FDCA1180HKXRE4R
(FDCA560HKXRE4R+FDCA615HKXRE4R)
1.00

0.95

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

0.85

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Suction gas
pipe: 38.1

0.90
Suction gas
pipe: 34.92*
0.85

20

40

60

80

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
0.90
Suction gas *
pipe: 34.92
0.85

0.80

100 120 140 160 180

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA1235HKXRE4R
(FDCA615HKXRE4R+FDCA615HKXRE4R)

Model FDCA1300HKXRE4R
(FDCA615HKXRE4R+FDCA680HKXRE4R)

1.00

1.00

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Suction gas *
pipe: 34.92

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

0.80
0

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
0.90
Suction gas *
pipe: 34.92
0.85

20

40

60

80

1.00

0.95
Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
0.90
Suction gas *
pipe: 34.92
0.85

20

40

60

80

Suction gas
pipe: 38.1
0.90
Suction gas *
pipe: 34.92
0.85

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)


Note (1) Parts with the * mark show the piping size in case used in Europe.

20

40

60

80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Model FDCA1360HKXRE4R
(FDCA680HKXRE4R+FDCA680HKXRE4R)

0.80

0.95

0.80

100 120 140 160 180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Suction gas
pipe: 38.1

0.90

0.80

100 120 140 160 180

1.00

0.80

0.95

174 -

2) Heating (Common)
1.00
KX series
Capacity compensation
coefficient

0.98

0.96
KXR series
0.94

0.92

0.90
0

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

180

Refrigerant piping one way equivalent length (m)

Note (1) Equivalent piping length can be obtained by calculating as follows.


Equivalent piping length = Real gas piping length + Number of bends in gas piping Equivalent piping length of bends.
Unit : m/one part

Equivalent length of each joint


9.52
0.15

12.7
0.20

15.88
0.25

19.05
0.30

25.4
0.40

28.58
0.45

31.8
0.55

(d) When the outdoor unit is located at a lower height than the indoor unit in cooling operation and when the
outdoor unit is located at a higher height than the indoor unit in heating operation, the following values
should be subtracted from the values in the above table.
Height difference between the indoor unit and
outdoor unit in the vertical height difference
Adjustment coefficient
Height difference between the indoor unit and
outdoor unit in the vertical height difference
Adjustment coefficient

(e)

5m

10 m

15 m

20 m

25 m

30 m

0.99

0.98

0.97

0.96

0.95

0.94

35 m

40 m

45 m

50 m

0.93

0.92

0.91

0.90

Correction of heating capacity in relation to the frost on the outdoor unit heat exchanger
Air inlet temperature of
outdoor unit in C WB
Adjustment coefficient

-15

-13

-11

-9

-7

-5

-3

-1

5 or more

0.96

0.96

0.95

0.94

0.93

0.91

0.88

0.86

0.87

0.92

The correction factors will change drastically according to weather conditions. So necessary adjustment should be
made empirically according to the weather data of the particular area.

(f)

The capacity compensation coefficient and power consumption compensation coefficient vary
according to the total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units, as shown next page.

175 -

Model FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140, 160HKXES4R


Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

Heating
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20

40

60

80

100

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20

40

60

80

100

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

Heating

1.6
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

1.6

1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA224HKXE4R
224HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

Heating
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Heating

1.2

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

176 -

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA280HKXE4R
280HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

Heating
1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA335HKXE4R
335HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

Heating
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

177 -

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA400HKXE4R
400HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

Heating
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)
Power consumption compensation coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Cooling

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA450HKXE4R
450HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

Heating
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Heating

1.2

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

178 -

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA504HKXE4R
Model FDCA504HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA560HKXE4R
Model FDCA560HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.4

Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

179 -

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA615HKXE4R
Model FDCA615HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0.6
0.4
0.2

0.6
0.4
0.2

1.2

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

0.8

0.8

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling
1.0

1.0

1.2

1.2

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA680HKXE4R
Model FDCA680HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2

1.2

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Heating

180 -

1.2

Heating

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA735HKXE4R
735HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Heating

Cooling
1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20

40

60

80

100

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20

40

60

80

100

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Heating

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Cooling
1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA800HKXE4R
800HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Heating

Cooling
1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20

40

60

80

100

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20

40

60

80

100

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Heating

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Cooling
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

181 -

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA850HKXE4R
850HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Heating

Cooling
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20

40

60

80

100

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20

40

60

80

100

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Cooling
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

0.2
0

1.2

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA900HKXE4R
900HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20

40

60

80

100

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

20

40

60

80

100

120

Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Cooling
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2

182 -

20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA960HKXE4R
Model FDCA960HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

Heating
1.4
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA1010HKXE4R
Model FDCA1010HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2

Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

183 -

1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA1065HKXE4R
Model FDCA1065HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

Heating
1.4

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA1130HKXE4R
Model FDCA1130HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

Heating
1.2
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

1.2
1.0

1.0
0.8

0.8

0.6

0.6
0.4

0.4

0.2

0.2

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

184 -

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA1180HKXE4R
Model FDCA1180HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0.6
0.4
0.2

0.6
0.4
0.2

Heating
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

0.8

0.8

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling
1.0

1.0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2

1.2

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Heating

1.2

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Model FDCA1235HKXE4R
Model FDCA1235HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0.6
0.4
0.2

1.2
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

1.2

0.6

0.8

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0.8

1.0

1.0

1.2

185 -

Heating

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA1300HKXE4R
Model FDCA1300HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

Heating

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

1.2

Heating
1.2

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling
1.0

1.0

0.8

0.8

0.6

0.6

0.4

0.4

0.2

0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Model FDCA1360HKXE4R
Model FDCA1360HKXRE4R
Capacity compensation coefficient
Cooling

Heating
1.2
Capacity compensation
coefficient

Capacity compensation
coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

Power consumption compensation coefficient


Cooling

Heating
1.2
Power consumption
compensation coefficient

Power consumption
compensation coefficient

1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

186 -

1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Total capacity of concurrently operating indoor units (%)

(4) Sensible heat capacity


(a) FDTC Series
Model FDTCA22KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

1.60
1.54
1.60
1.53
1.60
1.53
1.59
1.53
1.59
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.51

16CWB
TC
SHC
1.91
1.79
1.91
1.79
1.91
1.79
1.91
1.79
1.91
1.79
1.90
1.79
1.90
1.79
1.90
1.79
1.90
1.79
1.90
1.79
1.90
1.79
1.88
1.78
1.86
1.77
1.85
1.77
1.83
1.76
1.81
1.74
1.80
1.73

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.16
1.98
2.15
1.97
2.14
1.97
2.11
1.96
2.09
1.95
2.07
1.94
2.06
1.94
2.04
1.93
2.02
1.92

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.29
1.99
2.27
1.98
2.26
1.98
2.23
1.97
2.20
1.96
2.20
1.95
2.18
1.95
2.15
1.94
2.13
1.93

20CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.00
2.42
2.00
2.40
2.00
2.38
1.99
2.35
1.98
2.32
1.97
2.30
1.96
2.29
1.96
2.26
1.94
2.24
1.94

22CWB
TC
SHC
2.65
2.15
2.65
2.15
2.65
2.15
2.65
2.15
2.65
2.15
2.65
2.15
2.65
2.15
2.64
2.15
2.63
2.14
2.60
2.14
2.56
2.12
2.52
2.11
2.48
2.10
2.47
2.09
2.45
2.08
2.41
2.07
2.39
2.07

24CWB
TC
SHC
2.88
2.15
2.88
2.15
2.88
2.15
2.88
2.15
2.88
2.15
2.88
2.15
2.88
2.15
2.86
2.14
2.84
2.14
2.79
2.12
2.75
2.11
2.70
2.09
2.65
2.08
2.63
2.07
2.61
2.07
2.57
2.05
2.55
2.04

16CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.01
2.42
2.00
2.42
2.00
2.42
2.00
2.42
2.00
2.41
2.00
2.39
1.99
2.36
1.98
2.35
1.98
2.34
1.97
2.31
1.96
2.29
1.96

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.76
2.22
2.76
2.22
2.76
2.22
2.76
2.22
2.76
2.22
2.76
2.22
2.75
2.22
2.75
2.22
2.75
2.22
2.74
2.21
2.72
2.21
2.69
2.18
2.66
2.17
2.64
2.16
2.62
2.16
2.59
2.14
2.57
2.14

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.92
2.24
2.92
2.24
2.92
2.24
2.92
2.24
2.92
2.24
2.92
2.24
2.92
2.24
2.91
2.24
2.91
2.24
2.89
2.23
2.88
2.22
2.84
2.21
2.80
2.19
2.80
2.19
2.77
2.18
2.73
2.15
2.71
2.15

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.09
2.26
3.09
2.26
3.09
2.26
3.09
2.26
3.09
2.26
3.09
2.26
3.09
2.26
3.08
2.26
3.07
2.25
3.05
2.24
3.03
2.24
2.99
2.22
2.95
2.21
2.93
2.20
2.91
2.19
2.87
2.18
2.85
2.17

22CWB
TC
SHC
3.38
2.41
3.38
2.41
3.38
2.41
3.38
2.41
3.38
2.41
3.38
2.41
3.38
2.41
3.36
2.40
3.34
2.40
3.30
2.39
3.26
2.37
3.21
2.36
3.16
2.33
3.14
2.31
3.12
2.30
3.07
2.29
3.05
2.28

24CWB
TC
SHC
3.67
2.41
3.67
2.41
3.67
2.41
3.67
2.41
3.67
2.41
3.67
2.41
3.67
2.41
3.64
2.40
3.61
2.39
3.55
2.37
3.50
2.35
3.43
2.33
3.37
2.31
3.35
2.30
3.32
2.28
3.26
2.26
3.24
2.26

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.12
2.58
3.12
2.58
3.12
2.58
3.12
2.58
3.12
2.58
3.11
2.58
3.11
2.58
3.11
2.58
3.11
2.58
3.11
2.58
3.10
2.57
3.07
2.56
3.04
2.55
3.02
2.54
3.00
2.53
2.97
2.52
2.95
2.51

18CWB
TC
SHC
3.54
2.84
3.54
2.84
3.54
2.84
3.54
2.84
3.54
2.84
3.54
2.84
3.54
2.84
3.54
2.84
3.53
2.84
3.52
2.83
3.50
2.83
3.46
2.81
3.42
2.79
3.39
2.78
3.37
2.77
3.33
2.75
3.31
2.75

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
3.75
2.87
3.75
2.87
3.75
2.87
3.75
2.87
3.75
2.87
3.75
2.87
3.75
2.87
3.75
2.87
3.74
2.87
3.72
2.86
3.70
2.85
3.65
2.83
3.60
2.81
3.60
2.81
3.56
2.79
3.51
2.78
3.49
2.77

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.96
2.89
3.95
2.89
3.92
2.87
3.90
2.86
3.84
2.84
3.79
2.83
3.77
2.82
3.74
2.81
3.69
2.79
3.67
2.78

22CWB
TC
SHC
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.32
3.08
4.30
3.07
4.25
3.06
4.19
3.04
4.13
3.01
4.06
2.99
4.04
2.98
4.01
2.96
3.95
2.93
3.92
2.92

24CWB
TC
SHC
4.72
3.09
4.72
3.09
4.72
3.09
4.72
3.09
4.72
3.09
4.71
3.09
4.71
3.09
4.68
3.08
4.64
3.06
4.57
3.04
4.50
3.01
4.41
2.99
4.33
2.96
4.30
2.93
4.27
2.92
4.20
2.90
4.17
2.89

Model FDTCA28KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.04
1.92
2.03
1.92
2.03
1.92
2.02
1.91
2.02
1.91
2.02
1.91
2.02
1.91
2.01
1.90
2.01
1.90

Model FDTCA36KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.62
2.46
2.61
2.46
2.61
2.45
2.60
2.45
2.60
2.45
2.59
2.45
2.59
2.45
2.58
2.44
2.58
2.44

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

187 -

Model FDTCA45KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
2.88
3.27
2.87
3.26
2.87
3.25
2.87
3.24
2.86
3.24
2.86
3.24
2.86
3.23
2.86
3.23
2.85

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.89
3.04
3.89
3.04
3.89
3.04
3.89
3.04
3.88
3.04
3.88
3.04
3.84
3.02
3.80
3.00
3.78
2.99
3.75
2.98
3.71
2.96
3.69
2.95

18CWB
TC
SHC
4.43
3.35
4.43
3.35
4.43
3.35
4.43
3.35
4.43
3.35
4.43
3.35
4.42
3.34
4.42
3.34
4.41
3.34
4.40
3.33
4.37
3.32
4.32
3.30
4.27
3.28
4.24
3.26
4.22
3.25
4.16
3.23
4.14
3.22

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
4.69
3.38
4.69
3.38
4.69
3.38
4.69
3.38
4.69
3.38
4.69
3.38
4.69
3.38
4.68
3.38
4.68
3.38
4.65
3.36
4.62
3.35
4.56
3.33
4.50
3.30
4.50
3.30
4.45
3.28
4.39
3.25
4.36
3.24

20CWB
TC
SHC
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.95
3.41
4.94
3.41
4.91
3.39
4.87
3.37
4.81
3.35
4.74
3.32
4.71
3.31
4.68
3.30
4.62
3.28
4.59
3.26

22CWB
TC
SHC
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.40
3.62
5.37
3.61
5.31
3.59
5.24
3.56
5.16
3.53
5.08
3.50
5.04
3.49
5.01
3.48
4.93
3.44
4.90
3.43

24CWB
TC
SHC
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.89
3.63
5.89
3.63
5.85
3.61
5.80
3.60
5.71
3.57
5.62
3.54
5.52
3.50
5.42
3.46
5.38
3.45
5.33
3.44
5.25
3.41
5.21
3.39

16CWB
TC
SHC

18CWB
TC
SHC

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC

20CWB
TC
SHC

22CWB
TC
SHC

24CWB
TC
SHC

Model FDTCA56KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
4.07
4.06
4.05
4.04
4.03
4.03
4.02
4.02

3.48
3.47
3.47
3.46
3.46
3.46
3.46
3.45
3.45

4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.84
4.84
4.84
4.84
4.83
4.83
4.78
4.73
4.70
4.67
4.61
4.59

3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.68
3.68
3.68
3.68
3.68
3.68
3.65
3.63
3.62
3.61
3.58
3.57

5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.50
5.50
5.49
5.47
5.44
5.38
5.31
5.28
5.25
5.18
5.15

4.05
4.05
4.05
4.05
4.05
4.05
4.05
4.04
4.04
4.03
4.02
3.99
3.97
3.95
3.93
3.90
3.89

5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.83
5.82
5.78
5.75
5.68
5.61
5.60
5.54
5.47
5.43

4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.09
4.09
4.07
4.06
4.03
4.00
3.99
3.97
3.94
3.92

6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.16
6.15
6.10
6.06
5.98
5.90
5.86
5.82
5.75
5.71

4.14
4.14
4.14
4.14
4.14
4.14
4.14
4.14
4.13
4.11
4.10
4.06
4.03
4.01
4.00
3.96
3.95

6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.72
6.69
6.61
6.52
6.42
6.32
6.28
6.23
6.14
6.09

4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.38
4.37
4.34
4.31
4.27
4.24
4.21
4.20
4.16
4.15

7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.33
7.33
7.27
7.22
7.11
6.99
6.87
6.74
6.69
6.64
6.53
6.48

4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.39
4.37
4.35
4.31
4.27
4.23
4.19
4.17
4.16
4.11
4.10

(b) FDT Series


Model FDTA28KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

16CWB
TC
SHC

18CWB
TC
SHC

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC

20CWB
TC
SHC

22CWB
TC
SHC

24CWB
TC
SHC

2.04
2.03
2.03
2.02
2.02
2.02
2.02
2.01
2.01

2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.41
2.39
2.36
2.35
2.34
2.31
2.29

2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.74
2.72
2.69
2.66
2.64
2.62
2.59
2.57

2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.91
2.91
2.89
2.88
2.84
2.80
2.80
2.77
2.73
2.71

3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.08
3.07
3.05
3.03
2.99
2.95
2.93
2.91
2.87
2.85

3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.36
3.34
3.30
3.26
3.21
3.16
3.14
3.12
3.07
3.05

3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.64
3.61
3.55
3.50
3.43
3.37
3.35
3.32
3.26
3.24

1.96
1.95
1.95
1.94
1.94
1.94
1.94
1.93
1.93

2.33
2.33
2.33
2.33
2.33
2.33
2.32
2.32
2.32
2.32
2.32
2.29
2.27
2.26
2.24
2.21
2.20

2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.63
2.61
2.58
2.55
2.53
2.52
2.49
2.47

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

188 -

2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.71
2.71
2.70
2.68
2.67
2.66
2.62
2.60

2.73
2.73
2.73
2.73
2.73
2.73
2.73
2.73
2.73
2.72
2.72
2.70
2.69
2.68
2.68
2.66
2.65

2.95
2.95
2.95
2.95
2.95
2.95
2.95
2.94
2.93
2.92
2.91
2.90
2.87
2.87
2.86
2.85
2.84

2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.93
2.93
2.90
2.89
2.87
2.85
2.84
2.83
2.82
2.81

Model FDTA36KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.62
2.52
2.61
2.51
2.61
2.51
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.58
2.48
2.58
2.48

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.12
2.74
3.12
2.74
3.12
2.74
3.12
2.74
3.12
2.74
3.11
2.74
3.11
2.74
3.11
2.74
3.11
2.74
3.11
2.74
3.10
2.73
3.07
2.72
3.04
2.70
3.02
2.70
3.00
2.69
2.97
2.67
2.95
2.67

18CWB
TC
SHC
3.54
3.02
3.54
3.02
3.54
3.02
3.54
3.02
3.54
3.02
3.54
3.02
3.54
3.02
3.54
3.01
3.53
3.01
3.52
3.01
3.50
3.00
3.46
2.98
3.42
2.96
3.39
2.96
3.37
2.95
3.33
2.93
3.31
2.92

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
3.75
3.04
3.75
3.04
3.75
3.04
3.75
3.04
3.75
3.04
3.75
3.04
3.75
3.04
3.75
3.03
3.74
3.03
3.72
3.02
3.70
3.02
3.65
3.00
3.60
2.99
3.60
2.98
3.56
2.96
3.51
2.95
3.49
2.94

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.97
3.05
3.97
3.05
3.97
3.05
3.97
3.05
3.97
3.05
3.97
3.05
3.97
3.05
3.96
3.05
3.95
3.05
3.92
3.04
3.90
3.03
3.84
3.01
3.79
3.00
3.77
2.99
3.74
2.98
3.69
2.96
3.67
2.95

22CWB
TC
SHC
4.34
3.28
4.34
3.28
4.34
3.28
4.34
3.28
4.34
3.28
4.34
3.28
4.34
3.28
4.32
3.27
4.30
3.27
4.25
3.25
4.19
3.23
4.13
3.21
4.06
3.18
4.04
3.17
4.01
3.16
3.95
3.12
3.92
3.11

24CWB
TC
SHC
4.72
3.28
4.72
3.28
4.72
3.28
4.72
3.28
4.72
3.28
4.71
3.28
4.71
3.28
4.68
3.27
4.64
3.25
4.57
3.23
4.50
3.20
4.41
3.18
4.33
3.15
4.30
3.14
4.27
3.13
4.20
3.09
4.17
3.08

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.16
3.90
3.16
3.90
3.16
3.90
3.16
3.90
3.16
3.89
3.16
3.89
3.16
3.89
3.16
3.89
3.16
3.88
3.16
3.88
3.16
3.84
3.13
3.80
3.11
3.78
3.10
3.75
3.09
3.71
3.07
3.69
3.07

18CWB
TC
SHC
4.43
3.48
4.43
3.48
4.43
3.48
4.43
3.48
4.43
3.48
4.43
3.48
4.42
3.48
4.42
3.47
4.41
3.47
4.40
3.47
4.37
3.46
4.32
3.44
4.27
3.41
4.24
3.40
4.22
3.39
4.16
3.37
4.14
3.36

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
4.69
3.52
4.69
3.52
4.69
3.52
4.69
3.52
4.69
3.52
4.69
3.52
4.69
3.52
4.68
3.52
4.68
3.51
4.65
3.50
4.62
3.49
4.56
3.47
4.50
3.44
4.50
3.44
4.45
3.42
4.39
3.39
4.36
3.38

20CWB
TC
SHC
4.96
3.55
4.96
3.55
4.96
3.55
4.96
3.55
4.96
3.55
4.96
3.55
4.96
3.55
4.95
3.54
4.94
3.54
4.91
3.53
4.87
3.51
4.81
3.49
4.74
3.46
4.71
3.45
4.68
3.44
4.62
3.41
4.59
3.40

22CWB
TC
SHC
5.43
3.77
5.43
3.77
5.43
3.77
5.43
3.77
5.43
3.77
5.43
3.77
5.43
3.77
5.40
3.76
5.37
3.75
5.31
3.73
5.24
3.71
5.16
3.69
5.08
3.66
5.04
3.64
5.01
3.63
4.93
3.60
4.90
3.59

24CWB
TC
SHC
5.90
3.78
5.90
3.78
5.90
3.78
5.90
3.78
5.90
3.78
5.89
3.78
5.89
3.78
5.85
3.77
5.80
3.73
5.71
3.71
5.62
3.68
5.52
3.65
5.42
3.62
5.38
3.60
5.33
3.59
5.25
3.56
5.21
3.55

16CWB
TC
SHC
4.85
3.60
4.85
3.60
4.85
3.60
4.85
3.60
4.85
3.60
4.84
3.60
4.84
3.60
4.84
3.60
4.84
3.60
4.83
3.59
4.83
3.59
4.78
3.57
4.73
3.55
4.70
3.53
4.67
3.52
4.61
3.50
4.59
3.48

18CWB
TC
SHC
5.51
3.96
5.51
3.96
5.51
3.96
5.51
3.96
5.51
3.96
5.51
3.96
5.50
3.96
5.50
3.95
5.49
3.95
5.47
3.94
5.44
3.93
5.38
3.90
5.31
3.87
5.28
3.85
5.25
3.84
5.18
3.81
5.15
3.79

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
5.84
4.01
5.84
4.01
5.84
4.01
5.84
4.01
5.84
4.01
5.84
4.01
5.84
4.01
5.83
4.01
5.82
4.00
5.78
3.99
5.75
3.97
5.68
3.94
5.61
3.91
5.60
3.91
5.54
3.88
5.47
3.84
5.43
3.83

20CWB
TC
SHC
6.17
4.05
6.17
4.05
6.17
4.05
6.17
4.05
6.17
4.05
6.17
4.05
6.17
4.05
6.16
4.04
6.15
4.04
6.10
4.02
6.06
4.01
5.98
3.97
5.90
3.94
5.86
3.92
5.82
3.90
5.75
3.87
5.71
3.85

22CWB
TC
SHC
6.75
4.31
6.75
4.31
6.75
4.31
6.75
4.31
6.75
4.31
6.75
4.31
6.75
4.31
6.72
4.29
6.69
4.28
6.61
4.25
6.52
4.21
6.42
4.16
6.32
4.13
6.28
4.11
6.23
4.10
6.14
4.06
6.09
4.04

24CWB
TC
SHC
7.34
4.31
7.34
4.31
7.34
4.31
7.34
4.31
7.34
4.31
7.33
4.31
7.33
4.31
7.27
4.29
7.22
4.27
7.11
4.23
6.99
4.18
6.87
4.14
6.74
4.08
6.69
4.06
6.64
4.05
6.53
4.01
6.48
4.00

Model FDTA45KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
3.01
3.27
3.00
3.26
3.00
3.25
3.00
3.24
2.99
3.24
2.99
3.24
2.99
3.23
2.99
3.23
2.98

Model FDTA56KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
3.39
4.07
3.38
4.06
3.38
4.05
3.37
4.04
3.37
4.03
3.37
4.03
3.37
4.02
3.36
4.02
3.36

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

189 -

Model FDTA71KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
4.29
5.15
4.29
5.15
4.28
5.13
4.27
5.12
4.27
5.11
4.26
5.11
4.26
5.10
4.26
5.09
4.25

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
4.57
6.15
4.57
6.15
4.57
6.15
4.57
6.15
4.57
6.14
4.57
6.13
4.56
6.13
4.56
6.13
4.56
6.13
4.56
6.12
4.56
6.06
4.53
5.99
4.49
5.96
4.47
5.92
4.46
5.85
4.43
5.81
4.41

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
5.01
6.99
5.01
6.99
5.01
6.99
5.01
6.99
5.01
6.99
5.01
6.98
5.01
6.97
5.01
6.97
5.00
6.94
4.99
6.90
4.97
6.82
4.94
6.74
4.90
6.70
4.88
6.65
4.86
6.57
4.82
6.52
4.80

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
5.08
7.41
5.08
7.41
5.08
7.41
5.08
7.41
5.08
7.41
5.08
7.41
5.08
7.39
5.07
7.38
5.07
7.33
5.05
7.29
5.03
7.20
4.98
7.11
4.95
7.10
4.94
7.02
4.91
6.93
4.87
6.88
4.85

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
5.13
7.82
5.13
7.82
5.13
7.82
5.13
7.82
5.13
7.82
5.13
7.82
5.13
7.81
5.12
7.80
5.12
7.74
5.09
7.68
5.07
7.58
5.03
7.48
4.99
7.43
4.97
7.38
4.94
7.28
4.90
7.23
4.88

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
5.45
8.56
5.45
8.56
5.45
8.56
5.45
8.56
5.45
8.56
5.45
8.56
5.45
8.52
5.43
8.48
5.42
8.38
5.38
8.27
5.34
8.14
5.28
8.02
5.23
7.96
5.21
7.90
5.19
7.78
5.14
7.72
5.12

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
5.46
9.30
5.46
9.30
5.46
9.30
5.46
9.30
5.46
9.29
5.46
9.29
5.46
9.22
5.43
9.15
5.40
9.01
5.34
8.87
5.29
8.70
5.24
8.55
5.17
8.48
5.15
8.41
5.13
8.28
5.08
8.21
5.06

16CWB
TC
SHC
7.79
6.03
7.79
6.03
7.79
6.03
7.79
6.03
7.79
6.03
7.79
6.03
7.78
6.02
7.78
6.02
7.78
6.02
7.77
6.02
7.76
6.01
7.68
5.98
7.60
5.94
7.55
5.92
7.51
5.90
7.42
5.86
7.37
5.84

18CWB
TC
SHC
8.86
6.63
8.86
6.63
8.86
6.63
8.86
6.63
8.86
6.63
8.86
6.63
8.85
6.62
8.84
6.62
8.83
6.61
8.79
6.60
8.75
6.58
8.64
6.53
8.54
6.49
8.49
6.47
8.43
6.45
8.33
6.40
8.27
6.38

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
9.39
6.70
9.39
6.70
9.39
6.70
9.39
6.70
9.39
6.70
9.39
6.70
9.39
6.70
9.37
6.69
9.36
6.69
9.30
6.66
9.24
6.64
9.13
6.59
9.01
6.54
9.00
6.54
8.90
6.50
8.78
6.45
8.72
6.42

20CWB
TC
SHC
9.92
6.76
9.92
6.76
9.92
6.76
9.92
6.76
9.92
6.76
9.92
6.76
9.92
6.76
9.90
6.75
9.88
6.74
9.81
6.71
9.74
6.69
9.61
6.64
9.49
6.58
9.42
6.56
9.36
6.54
9.23
6.49
9.17
6.46

22CWB
TC
SHC
10.85
7.20
10.85
7.20
10.85
7.20
10.85
7.20
10.85
7.20
10.85
7.20
10.85
7.20
10.80
7.18
10.75
7.16
10.62
7.11
10.49
7.06
10.32
7.00
10.16
6.94
10.09
6.91
10.02
6.88
9.86
6.82
9.79
6.79

24CWB
TC
SHC
11.79
7.21
11.79
7.21
11.79
7.21
11.79
7.21
11.79
7.21
11.78
7.20
11.78
7.20
11.69
7.17
11.60
7.14
11.42
7.07
11.24
7.00
11.03
6.93
10.84
6.87
10.76
6.84
10.67
6.81
10.49
6.74
10.41
6.71

16CWB
TC
SHC

18CWB
TC
SHC

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC

20CWB
TC
SHC

22CWB
TC
SHC

24CWB
TC
SHC

Model FDTA90KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

6.55
5.69
6.53
5.68
6.53
5.68
6.51
5.67
6.49
5.66
6.48
5.65
6.48
5.65
6.46
5.65
6.45
5.64

Model FDTA112KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

8.15
8.13
8.12
8.10
8.08
8.06
8.06
8.04
8.03

7.21
7.20
7.20
7.18
7.17
7.16
7.16
7.15
7.14

9.70
9.70
9.70
9.70
9.70
9.69
9.68
9.68
9.68
9.67
9.65
9.55
9.45
9.40
9.34
9.23
9.17

7.61
7.61
7.61
7.61
7.61
7.61
7.60
7.60
7.60
7.60
7.59
7.55
7.50
7.48
7.45
7.40
7.38

11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.01
11.00
10.99
10.94
10.89
10.75
10.63
10.56
10.49
10.36
10.29

8.35
8.35
8.35
8.35
8.35
8.35
8.35
8.34
8.34
8.32
8.30
8.24
8.19
8.16
8.13
8.08
8.05

11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.66
11.65
11.57
11.50
11.36
11.21
11.20
11.08
10.93
10.85

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

190 -

8.44
8.44
8.44
8.44
8.44
8.44
8.44
8.43
8.43
8.40
8.37
8.31
8.25
8.24
8.19
8.14
8.10

12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.32
12.30
12.21
12.12
11.96
11.80
11.73
11.65
11.49
11.41

8.52
8.52
8.52
8.52
8.52
8.52
8.52
8.51
8.50
8.46
8.43
8.36
8.30
8.27
8.24
8.18
8.15

13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.44
13.37
13.22
13.05
12.85
12.64
12.56
12.47
12.28
12.19

9.09
9.09
9.09
9.09
9.09
9.09
9.09
9.07
9.04
8.98
8.92
8.84
8.77
8.74
8.71
8.64
8.59

14.67
14.67
14.67
14.67
14.67
14.66
14.66
14.55
14.44
14.21
13.99
13.73
13.48
13.38
13.27
13.06
12.96

9.10
9.10
9.10
9.10
9.10
9.09
9.09
9.05
9.02
8.92
8.85
8.76
8.68
8.64
8.60
8.53
8.50

Model FDTA140KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

10.19
10.16
10.15
10.12
10.09
10.08
10.08
10.05
10.04

8.41
8.39
8.39
8.37
8.36
8.35
8.35
8.34
8.33

16CWB
TC
SHC
12.12
12.12
12.12
12.12
12.12
12.11
12.10
12.10
12.10
12.08
12.07
11.94
11.82
11.75
11.68
11.54
11.47

8.96
8.96
8.96
8.96
8.96
8.95
8.95
8.95
8.95
8.94
8.93
8.87
8.82
8.78
8.75
8.69
8.65

18CWB
TC
SHC
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.76
13.75
13.73
13.68
13.61
13.44
13.29
13.20
13.12
12.95
12.87

9.83
9.83
9.83
9.83
9.83
9.83
9.83
9.82
9.82
9.79
9.76
9.69
9.62
9.58
9.54
9.46
9.42

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.57
14.56
14.46
14.38
14.20
14.01
14.00
13.85
13.66
13.57

9.96
9.96
9.96
9.96
9.96
9.96
9.96
9.95
9.94
9.90
9.86
9.78
9.70
9.70
9.63
9.56
9.51

20CWB
TC
SHC
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.40
15.37
15.26
15.15
14.95
14.76
14.66
14.56
14.36
14.27

10.06
10.06
10.06
10.06
10.06
10.06
10.06
10.05
10.04
9.99
9.94
9.86
9.78
9.74
9.70
9.62
9.58

22CWB
TC
SHC
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.80
16.72
16.52
16.31
16.06
15.81
15.69
15.58
15.34
15.23

10.70
10.70
10.70
10.70
10.70
10.70
10.70
10.67
10.64
10.54
10.46
10.36
10.27
10.22
10.17
10.07
10.03

24CWB
TC
SHC
18.34
18.34
18.34
18.34
18.34
18.33
18.33
18.19
18.05
17.77
17.49
17.16
16.86
16.73
16.59
16.32
16.20

10.71
10.71
10.71
10.71
10.71
10.70
10.70
10.65
10.60
10.49
10.39
10.26
10.15
10.11
10.06
9.95
9.91

(c) FDTW Series


Models FDTWA28KXE4R, 28KXE5R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.04
1.96
2.03
1.95
2.03
1.95
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.01
1.93
2.01
1.93

16CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.42
2.26
2.41
2.26
2.39
2.24
2.36
2.23
2.35
2.23
2.34
2.22
2.31
2.21
2.29
2.21

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.76
2.49
2.76
2.49
2.76
2.49
2.76
2.49
2.76
2.49
2.76
2.49
2.75
2.49
2.75
2.49
2.75
2.49
2.74
2.49
2.72
2.48
2.69
2.47
2.66
2.45
2.64
2.45
2.62
2.44
2.59
2.43
2.57
2.43

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.92
2.51
2.92
2.51
2.92
2.51
2.92
2.51
2.92
2.51
2.92
2.51
2.92
2.51
2.91
2.51
2.91
2.51
2.89
2.50
2.88
2.50
2.84
2.49
2.80
2.47
2.80
2.47
2.77
2.46
2.73
2.45
2.71
2.43

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.09
2.53
3.09
2.53
3.09
2.53
3.09
2.53
3.09
2.53
3.09
2.53
3.09
2.53
3.08
2.53
3.07
2.53
3.05
2.52
3.03
2.51
2.99
2.49
2.95
2.48
2.93
2.48
2.91
2.47
2.87
2.45
2.85
2.44

22CWB
TC
SHC
3.38
2.72
3.38
2.72
3.38
2.72
3.38
2.72
3.38
2.72
3.38
2.72
3.38
2.72
3.36
2.71
3.34
2.71
3.30
2.69
3.26
2.68
3.21
2.66
3.16
2.64
3.14
2.61
3.12
2.61
3.07
2.59
3.05
2.59

24CWB
TC
SHC
3.67
2.72
3.67
2.72
3.67
2.72
3.67
2.72
3.67
2.72
3.67
2.71
3.67
2.71
3.64
2.71
3.61
2.69
3.55
2.68
3.50
2.66
3.43
2.64
3.37
2.62
3.35
2.61
3.32
2.58
3.26
2.56
3.24
2.56

18CWB
TC
SHC

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC

20CWB
TC
SHC

22CWB
TC
SHC

24CWB
TC
SHC

Models FDTWA45KXE4R, 45KXE5R


Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
3.27
3.26
3.25
3.24
3.24
3.24
3.23
3.23

3.14
3.14
3.13
3.12
3.11
3.11
3.11
3.10
3.10

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.88
3.88
3.84
3.80
3.78
3.75
3.71
3.69

3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.29
3.27
3.25
3.24
3.23
3.22
3.21

4.43
4.43
4.43
4.43
4.43
4.43
4.42
4.42
4.41
4.40
4.37
4.32
4.27
4.24
4.22
4.16
4.14

3.64
3.64
3.64
3.64
3.64
3.64
3.64
3.64
3.64
3.63
3.61
3.59
3.56
3.55
3.54
3.52
3.51

4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.68
4.68
4.65
4.62
4.56
4.50
4.50
4.45
4.39
4.36

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

191 -

3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.65
3.64
3.62
3.60
3.60
3.57
3.54
3.53

4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.95
4.94
4.91
4.87
4.81
4.74
4.71
4.68
4.62
4.59

3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.69
3.68
3.67
3.64
3.62
3.61
3.59
3.57
3.56

5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.40
5.37
5.31
5.24
5.16
5.08
5.04
5.01
4.93
4.90

3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.95
3.94
3.92
3.89
3.86
3.84
3.82
3.79
3.76
3.75

5.90
5.90
5.90
5.90
5.90
5.89
5.89
5.85
5.80
5.71
5.62
5.52
5.42
5.38
5.33
5.25
5.21

3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.95
3.95
3.94
3.93
3.89
3.86
3.83
3.80
3.78
3.74
3.72
3.71

Models FDTWA56KXE4R, 56KXE5R


Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
4.07
4.06
4.05
4.04
4.03
4.03
4.02
4.02

3.57
3.56
3.56
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.54
3.54

16CWB
TC
SHC
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.84
4.84
4.84
4.84
4.83
4.83
4.78
4.73
4.70
4.67
4.61
4.59

3.77
3.77
3.77
3.77
3.77
3.77
3.77
3.77
3.77
3.76
3.76
3.74
3.72
3.70
3.69
3.66
3.65

18CWB
TC
SHC
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.50
5.50
5.49
5.47
5.44
5.38
5.31
5.28
5.25
5.18
5.15

4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.14
4.14
4.13
4.12
4.11
4.07
4.05
4.03
4.02
3.99
3.98

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.83
5.82
5.78
5.75
5.68
5.61
5.60
5.54
5.47
5.43

4.19
4.19
4.19
4.19
4.19
4.19
4.19
4.18
4.18
4.17
4.15
4.12
4.09
4.09
4.05
4.02
4.00

20CWB
TC
SHC
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.16
6.15
6.10
6.06
5.98
5.90
5.86
5.82
5.75
5.71

4.23
4.23
4.23
4.23
4.23
4.23
4.23
4.22
4.22
4.20
4.19
4.15
4.12
4.10
4.09
4.05
4.04

22CWB
TC
SHC
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.72
6.69
6.61
6.52
6.42
6.32
6.28
6.23
6.14
6.09

4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.49
4.48
4.44
4.42
4.38
4.34
4.32
4.31
4.27
4.25

24CWB
TC
SHC
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.33
7.33
7.27
7.22
7.11
6.99
6.87
6.74
6.69
6.64
6.53
6.48

4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.48
4.46
4.42
4.38
4.34
4.29
4.27
4.26
4.22
4.20

Model FDTWA71KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
4.37
5.15
4.37
5.15
4.36
5.13
4.36
5.12
4.35
5.11
4.35
5.11
4.35
5.10
4.34
5.09
4.34

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
4.64
6.15
4.64
6.15
4.64
6.15
4.64
6.15
4.64
6.14
4.64
6.13
4.64
6.13
4.64
6.13
4.64
6.13
4.63
6.12
4.63
6.06
4.60
5.99
4.57
5.96
4.56
5.92
4.54
5.85
4.50
5.81
4.49

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
5.10
6.99
5.10
6.99
5.10
6.99
5.10
6.99
5.10
6.99
5.10
6.98
5.09
6.97
5.09
6.97
5.09
6.94
5.08
6.90
5.06
6.82
5.03
6.74
4.99
6.70
4.97
6.65
4.95
6.57
4.90
6.52
4.88

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
5.16
7.41
5.16
7.41
5.16
7.41
5.16
7.41
5.16
7.41
5.16
7.41
5.16
7.39
5.16
7.38
5.15
7.33
5.13
7.29
5.12
7.20
5.07
7.11
5.03
7.10
5.03
7.02
5.00
6.93
4.96
6.88
4.93

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
5.22
7.82
5.22
7.82
5.22
7.82
5.22
7.82
5.22
7.82
5.22
7.82
5.22
7.81
5.21
7.80
5.21
7.74
5.18
7.68
5.15
7.58
5.11
7.48
5.07
7.43
5.05
7.38
5.03
7.28
4.99
7.23
4.97

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
5.54
8.56
5.54
8.56
5.54
8.56
5.54
8.56
5.54
8.56
5.54
8.56
5.54
8.52
5.53
8.48
5.51
8.38
5.47
8.27
5.43
8.14
5.38
8.02
5.33
7.96
5.30
7.90
5.28
7.78
5.24
7.72
5.22

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
5.54
9.30
5.54
9.30
5.54
9.30
5.54
9.30
5.54
9.29
5.54
9.29
5.54
9.22
5.51
9.15
5.49
9.01
5.44
8.87
5.39
8.70
5.33
8.55
5.27
8.48
5.24
8.41
5.22
8.28
5.18
8.21
5.15

16CWB
TC
SHC
7.79
5.72
7.79
5.72
7.79
5.72
7.79
5.72
7.79
5.72
7.79
5.71
7.78
5.71
7.78
5.71
7.78
5.71
7.77
5.71
7.76
5.70
7.68
5.66
7.60
5.62
7.55
5.60
7.51
5.58
7.42
5.54
7.37
5.51

18CWB
TC
SHC
8.86
6.27
8.86
6.27
8.86
6.27
8.86
6.27
8.86
6.27
8.86
6.27
8.85
6.27
8.84
6.27
8.83
6.26
8.79
6.25
8.75
6.22
8.64
6.17
8.54
6.13
8.49
6.11
8.43
6.07
8.33
6.03
8.27
6.01

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
9.39
6.36
9.39
6.36
9.39
6.36
9.39
6.36
9.39
6.36
9.39
6.36
9.39
6.36
9.37
6.35
9.36
6.35
9.30
6.32
9.24
6.30
9.13
6.24
9.01
6.19
9.00
6.19
8.90
6.14
8.78
6.09
8.72
6.06

20CWB
TC
SHC
9.92
6.43
9.92
6.43
9.92
6.43
9.92
6.43
9.92
6.43
9.92
6.43
9.92
6.43
9.90
6.42
9.88
6.41
9.81
6.38
9.74
6.35
9.61
6.29
9.49
6.24
9.42
6.21
9.36
6.18
9.23
6.13
9.17
6.11

22CWB
TC
SHC
10.85
6.81
10.85
6.81
10.85
6.81
10.85
6.81
10.85
6.81
10.85
6.81
10.85
6.81
10.80
6.79
10.75
6.77
10.62
6.72
10.49
6.67
10.32
6.61
10.16
6.54
10.09
6.51
10.02
6.48
9.86
6.42
9.79
6.39

24CWB
TC
SHC
11.79
6.84
11.79
6.84
11.79
6.84
11.79
6.84
11.79
6.84
11.78
6.83
11.78
6.83
11.69
6.79
11.60
6.74
11.42
6.68
11.24
6.61
11.03
6.54
10.84
6.47
10.76
6.44
10.67
6.41
10.49
6.34
10.41
6.31

Model FDTWA90KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

6.55
5.36
6.53
5.35
6.53
5.35
6.51
5.34
6.49
5.33
6.48
5.33
6.48
5.33
6.46
5.32
6.45
5.32

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

192 -

Model FDTWA112KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

8.15
8.13
8.12
8.10
8.08
8.06
8.06
8.04
8.03

7.23
7.22
7.21
7.20
7.19
7.19
7.19
7.17
7.16

16CWB
TC
SHC
9.70
9.70
9.70
9.70
9.70
9.69
9.68
9.68
9.68
9.67
9.65
9.55
9.45
9.40
9.34
9.23
9.17

7.63
7.63
7.63
7.63
7.63
7.63
7.62
7.62
7.62
7.62
7.61
7.57
7.52
7.50
7.47
7.43
7.40

18CWB
TC
SHC
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.01
11.00
10.99
10.94
10.89
10.75
10.63
10.56
10.49
10.36
10.29

8.38
8.38
8.38
8.38
8.38
8.38
8.38
8.37
8.37
8.35
8.32
8.27
8.22
8.19
8.16
8.11
8.08

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.68
11.66
11.65
11.57
11.50
11.36
11.21
11.20
11.08
10.93
10.85

8.46
8.46
8.46
8.46
8.46
8.46
8.46
8.46
8.45
8.42
8.39
8.33
8.28
8.27
8.22
8.17
8.13

20CWB
TC
SHC
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
13.34
12.34
12.32
12.30
12.21
12.12
11.96
11.80
11.73
11.65
11.49
11.41

8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.52
8.48
8.45
8.39
8.33
8.30
8.27
8.21
8.18

22CWB
TC
SHC
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.51
13.44
13.37
13.22
13.05
12.85
12.64
12.56
12.47
12.28
12.19

9.12
9.12
9.12
9.12
9.12
9.12
9.12
9.10
9.07
9.00
8.94
8.87
8.80
8.75
8.72
8.65
8.62

24CWB
TC
SHC
14.67
14.67
14.67
14.67
14.67
14.66
14.66
14.55
14.44
14.21
13.99
13.73
13.48
13.38
13.27
13.06
12.96

9.11
9.11
9.11
9.11
9.11
9.11
9.11
9.07
9.03
8.96
8.87
8.78
8.70
8.67
8.62
8.55
8.52

Model FDTWA140KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

10.19
8.62
10.16
8.61
10.15
8.60
10.12
8.59
10.09
8.58
10.08
8.57
10.08
8.57
10.05
8.56
10.04
8.55

16CWB
TC
SHC
12.12
9.16
12.12
9.16
12.12
9.16
12.12
9.16
12.12
9.16
12.11
9.16
12.10
9.15
12.10
9.15
12.10
9.15
12.08
9.15
12.07
9.14
11.94
9.07
11.82
9.01
11.75
8.98
11.68
8.95
11.54
8.89
11.47
8.86

18CWB
TC
SHC
13.78
10.05
13.78
10.05
13.78
10.05
13.78
10.05
13.78
10.05
13.78
10.05
13.76
10.04
13.75
10.04
13.73
10.03
13.68
10.01
13.61
9.98
13.44
9.91
13.29
9.84
13.20
9.81
13.12
9.76
12.95
9.69
12.87
9.65

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
14.60
10.17
14.60
10.17
14.60
10.17
14.60
10.17
14.60
10.17
14.60
10.17
14.60
10.17
14.57
10.16
14.56
10.16
14.46
10.12
14.38
10.08
14.20
10.01
14.01
9.92
14.00
9.91
13.85
9.85
13.66
9.78
13.57
9.74

20CWB
TC
SHC
15.43
10.28
15.43
10.28
15.43
10.28
15.43
10.28
15.43
10.28
15.43
10.28
15.43
10.28
15.40
10.27
15.37
10.26
15.26
10.21
15.15
10.17
14.95
10.08
14.76
10.00
14.66
9.96
14.56
9.92
14.36
9.83
14.27
9.79

22CWB
TC
SHC
16.88
10.92
16.88
10.92
16.88
10.92
16.88
10.92
16.88
10.92
16.88
10.92
16.88
10.92
16.80
10.89
16.72
10.86
16.52
10.79
16.31
10.70
16.06
10.61
15.81
10.51
15.69
10.46
15.58
10.42
15.34
10.33
15.23
10.29

24CWB
TC
SHC
18.34
10.92
18.34
10.92
18.34
10.92
18.34
10.92
18.34
10.92
18.33
10.91
18.33
10.91
18.19
10.86
18.05
10.82
17.77
10.72
17.49
10.63
17.16
10.50
16.86
10.40
16.73
10.36
16.59
10.29
16.32
10.20
16.20
10.16

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.29
1.64
2.27
1.63
2.26
1.62
2.23
1.61
2.20
1.60
2.20
1.60
2.18
1.59
2.15
1.57
2.13
1.56

20CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.42
1.65
2.40
1.64
2.38
1.64
2.35
1.62
2.32
1.61
2.30
1.61
2.29
1.60
2.26
1.58
2.24
1.58

22CWB
TC
SHC
2.65
1.75
2.65
1.75
2.65
1.75
2.65
1.75
2.65
1.75
2.65
1.75
2.65
1.75
2.64
1.75
2.63
1.75
2.60
1.74
2.56
1.72
2.52
1.71
2.48
1.70
2.47
1.69
2.45
1.68
2.41
1.67
2.39
1.66

24CWB
TC
SHC
2.88
1.76
2.88
1.76
2.88
1.76
2.88
1.76
2.88
1.76
2.88
1.76
2.88
1.76
2.86
1.76
2.84
1.75
2.79
1.72
2.75
1.71
2.70
1.70
2.65
1.68
2.63
1.67
2.61
1.66
2.57
1.65
2.55
1.64

(d) FDTQ , FDQM Series


Model FDTQA22KXE4R , FDQMA22KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

1.60
1.39
1.60
1.39
1.60
1.39
1.59
1.39
1.59
1.38
1.58
1.38
1.58
1.38
1.58
1.38
1.58
1.37

16CWB
TC
SHC
1.91
1.47
1.91
1.47
1.91
1.47
1.91
1.47
1.91
1.47
1.90
1.47
1.90
1.47
1.90
1.47
1.90
1.47
1.90
1.47
1.90
1.47
1.88
1.46
1.86
1.45
1.85
1.45
1.83
1.44
1.81
1.43
1.80
1.42

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.16
1.62
2.15
1.61
2.14
1.61
2.11
1.59
2.09
1.58
2.07
1.58
2.06
1.57
2.04
1.56
2.02
1.56

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

193 -

Model FDTQA28KXE4R , FDQMA28KXE4R


Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.04
2.03
2.03
2.02
2.02
2.02
2.02
2.01
2.01

1.80
1.80
1.80
1.79
1.79
1.79
1.79
1.79
1.79

16CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.41
2.39
2.36
2.35
2.34
2.31
2.29

1.91
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.89
1.88
1.87
1.86
1.85
1.85

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.74
2.72
2.69
2.66
2.64
2.62
2.59
2.57

2.09
2.09
2.09
2.09
2.09
2.09
2.09
2.09
2.09
2.09
2.08
2.06
2.05
2.04
2.04
2.02
2.02

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.91
2.91
2.89
2.88
2.84
2.80
2.80
2.77
2.73
2.71

2.12
2.12
2.12
2.12
2.12
2.12
2.12
2.12
2.11
2.10
2.10
2.08
2.07
2.07
2.05
2.04
2.03

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.08
3.07
3.05
3.03
2.99
2.95
2.93
2.91
2.87
2.85

2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.13
2.13
2.12
2.11
2.10
2.08
2.07
2.07
2.05
2.04

22CWB
TC
SHC
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.36
3.34
3.30
3.26
3.21
3.16
3.14
3.12
3.07
3.05

2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.27
2.26
2.25
2.23
2.21
2.19
2.18
2.17
2.15
2.14

24CWB
TC
SHC
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.67
3.64
3.61
3.55
3.50
3.43
3.37
3.35
3.32
3.26
3.24

2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.26
2.25
2.24
2.21
2.19
2.17
2.15
2.14
2.13
2.12

Model FDTQA36KXE4R , FDQMA36KXE4R


Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.62
2.12
2.61
2.12
2.61
2.12
2.60
2.11
2.60
2.11
2.59
2.11
2.59
2.11
2.58
2.10
2.58
2.10

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.12
2.27
3.12
2.27
3.12
2.27
3.12
2.27
3.12
2.27
3.11
2.27
3.11
2.27
3.11
2.27
3.11
2.27
3.11
2.26
3.10
2.26
3.07
2.25
3.04
2.23
3.02
2.22
3.00
2.21
2.97
2.20
2.95
2.19

18CWB
TC
SHC
3.54
2.49
3.54
2.49
3.54
2.49
3.54
2.49
3.54
2.49
3.54
2.49
3.54
2.48
3.54
2.48
3.53
2.48
3.52
2.47
3.50
2.47
3.46
2.45
3.42
2.43
3.39
2.42
3.37
2.41
3.33
2.39
3.31
2.38

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
3.75
2.52
3.75
2.52
3.75
2.52
3.75
2.52
3.75
2.52
3.75
2.52
3.75
2.52
3.75
2.52
3.74
2.51
3.72
2.50
3.70
2.49
3.65
2.47
3.60
2.45
3.60
2.45
3.56
2.43
3.51
2.41
3.49
2.40

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.97
2.55
3.97
2.55
3.97
2.55
3.97
2.55
3.97
2.55
3.97
2.55
3.97
2.55
3.96
2.54
3.95
2.54
3.92
2.53
3.90
2.52
3.84
2.49
3.79
2.47
3.77
2.46
3.74
2.45
3.69
2.43
3.67
2.42

22CWB
TC
SHC
4.34
2.71
4.34
2.71
4.34
2.71
4.34
2.71
4.34
2.71
4.34
2.71
4.34
2.71
4.32
2.70
4.30
2.69
4.25
2.67
4.19
2.65
4.13
2.62
4.06
2.59
4.04
2.58
4.01
2.57
3.95
2.55
3.92
2.53

24CWB
TC
SHC
4.72
2.71
4.72
2.71
4.72
2.71
4.72
2.71
4.72
2.71
4.71
2.71
4.71
2.71
4.68
2.69
4.64
2.68
4.57
2.65
4.50
2.63
4.41
2.59
4.33
2.56
4.30
2.55
4.27
2.54
4.20
2.51
4.17
2.50

16CWB
TC
SHC
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.90
1.83
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.88
1.80
1.86
1.78
1.85
1.77
1.83
1.76
1.81
1.74
1.80
1.73

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.16
2.08
2.16
2.08
2.16
2.08
2.16
2.08
2.16
2.08
2.16
2.08
2.16
2.08
2.16
2.07
2.16
2.07
2.15
2.06
2.14
2.05
2.11
2.03
2.09
2.00
2.07
1.99
2.06
1.98
2.04
1.95
2.02
1.94

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.29
2.20
2.27
2.18
2.26
2.17
2.23
2.14
2.20
2.11
2.20
2.11
2.18
2.09
2.15
2.06
2.13
2.05

20CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.32
2.42
2.32
2.40
2.30
2.38
2.29
2.35
2.26
2.32
2.23
2.30
2.21
2.29
2.20
2.26
2.17
2.24
2.15

22CWB
TC
SHC
2.65
2.55
2.65
2.55
2.65
2.55
2.65
2.55
2.65
2.55
2.65
2.55
2.65
2.55
2.64
2.53
2.63
2.52
2.60
2.49
2.56
2.46
2.52
2.42
2.48
2.38
2.47
2.37
2.45
2.35
2.41
2.31
2.39
2.30

24CWB
TC
SHC
2.88
2.62
2.88
2.62
2.88
2.62
2.88
2.62
2.88
2.62
2.88
2.62
2.88
2.62
2.86
2.61
2.84
2.60
2.79
2.59
2.75
2.58
2.70
2.56
2.65
2.54
2.63
2.52
2.61
2.50
2.57
2.46
2.55
2.44

(e) FDTS Series


Model FDTSA22KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

1.60
1.54
1.60
1.53
1.60
1.53
1.59
1.53
1.59
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.51

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

194 -

Model FDTSA28KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.04
1.96
2.03
1.95
2.03
1.95
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.01
1.93
2.01
1.93

16CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.32
2.42
2.32
2.42
2.32
2.42
2.32
2.41
2.32
2.39
2.29
2.36
2.27
2.35
2.26
2.34
2.24
2.31
2.21
2.29
2.20

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.75
2.64
2.75
2.64
2.75
2.64
2.74
2.63
2.72
2.61
2.69
2.58
2.66
2.55
2.64
2.53
2.62
2.52
2.59
2.49
2.57
2.47

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.92
2.77
2.92
2.77
2.92
2.77
2.92
2.77
2.92
2.77
2.92
2.77
2.92
2.77
2.91
2.77
2.91
2.77
2.89
2.76
2.88
2.75
2.84
2.73
2.80
2.69
2.80
2.69
2.77
2.66
2.73
2.62
2.71
2.60

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.09
2.78
3.09
2.78
3.09
2.78
3.09
2.78
3.09
2.78
3.09
2.78
3.09
2.78
3.08
2.78
3.07
2.78
3.05
2.77
3.03
2.76
2.99
2.75
2.95
2.74
2.93
2.73
2.91
2.72
2.87
2.71
2.85
2.70

22CWB
TC
SHC
3.38
2.99
3.38
2.99
3.38
2.99
3.38
2.99
3.38
2.99
3.38
2.99
3.38
2.99
3.36
2.99
3.34
2.98
3.30
2.97
3.26
2.96
3.21
2.94
3.16
2.92
3.14
2.92
3.12
2.91
3.07
2.90
3.05
2.89

24CWB
TC
SHC
3.67
2.98
3.67
2.98
3.67
2.98
3.67
2.98
3.67
2.98
3.67
2.98
3.67
2.98
3.64
2.97
3.61
2.97
3.55
2.95
3.50
2.93
3.43
2.91
3.37
2.90
3.35
2.89
3.32
2.88
3.26
2.87
3.24
2.86

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.12
2.87
3.12
2.87
3.12
2.87
3.12
2.87
3.12
2.87
3.11
2.87
3.11
2.87
3.11
2.87
3.11
2.87
3.11
2.87
3.10
2.87
3.07
2.85
3.04
2.84
3.02
2.83
3.00
2.82
2.97
2.81
2.95
2.80

18CWB
TC
SHC
3.54
3.17
3.54
3.17
3.54
3.17
3.54
3.17
3.54
3.17
3.54
3.17
3.54
3.17
3.54
3.16
3.53
3.16
3.52
3.16
3.50
3.15
3.46
3.13
3.42
3.12
3.39
3.11
3.37
3.10
3.33
3.08
3.31
3.08

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
3.75
3.19
3.75
3.19
3.75
3.19
3.75
3.19
3.75
3.19
3.75
3.19
3.75
3.19
3.75
3.19
3.74
3.19
3.72
3.18
3.70
3.17
3.65
3.15
3.60
3.13
3.60
3.13
3.56
3.12
3.51
3.10
3.49
3.09

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.97
3.21
3.97
3.21
3.97
3.21
3.97
3.21
3.97
3.21
3.97
3.21
3.97
3.21
3.96
3.21
3.95
3.20
3.92
3.19
3.90
3.18
3.84
3.17
3.79
3.15
3.77
3.14
3.74
3.13
3.69
3.11
3.67
3.10

22CWB
TC
SHC
4.34
3.43
4.34
3.43
4.34
3.43
4.34
3.43
4.34
3.43
4.34
3.43
4.34
3.43
4.32
3.43
4.30
3.42
4.25
3.40
4.19
3.38
4.13
3.36
4.06
3.34
4.04
3.33
4.01
3.32
3.95
3.30
3.92
3.29

24CWB
TC
SHC
4.72
3.42
4.72
3.42
4.72
3.42
4.72
3.42
4.72
3.42
4.71
3.42
4.71
3.42
4.68
3.41
4.64
3.40
4.57
3.38
4.50
3.35
4.41
3.33
4.33
3.30
4.30
3.29
4.27
3.28
4.20
3.26
4.17
3.25

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.44
3.90
3.44
3.90
3.44
3.90
3.44
3.90
3.44
3.89
3.44
3.89
3.44
3.89
3.44
3.89
3.44
3.88
3.43
3.88
3.43
3.84
3.41
3.80
3.40
3.78
3.39
3.75
3.38
3.71
3.36
3.69
3.35

18CWB
TC
SHC
4.43
3.79
4.43
3.79
4.43
3.79
4.43
3.79
4.43
3.79
4.43
3.79
4.42
3.79
4.42
3.79
4.41
3.79
4.40
3.78
4.37
3.77
4.32
3.75
4.27
3.73
4.24
3.72
4.22
3.71
4.16
3.69
4.14
3.68

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
4.69
3.83
4.69
3.83
4.69
3.83
4.69
3.83
4.69
3.83
4.69
3.83
4.69
3.83
4.68
3.82
4.68
3.82
4.65
3.81
4.62
3.80
4.56
3.77
4.50
3.75
4.50
3.75
4.45
3.73
4.39
3.71
4.36
3.70

20CWB
TC
SHC
4.96
3.86
4.96
3.86
4.96
3.86
4.96
3.86
4.96
3.86
4.96
3.86
4.96
3.86
4.95
3.85
4.94
3.85
4.91
3.84
4.87
3.82
4.81
3.79
4.74
3.77
4.71
3.76
4.68
3.75
4.62
3.72
4.59
3.71

22CWB
TC
SHC
5.43
4.13
5.43
4.13
5.43
4.13
5.43
4.13
5.43
4.13
5.43
4.13
5.43
4.13
5.40
4.12
5.37
4.11
5.31
4.09
5.24
4.07
5.16
4.04
5.08
4.00
5.04
3.99
5.01
3.98
4.93
3.95
4.90
3.94

24CWB
TC
SHC
5.90
4.12
5.90
4.12
5.90
4.12
5.90
4.12
5.90
4.12
5.89
4.12
5.89
4.12
5.85
4.11
5.80
4.09
5.71
4.06
5.62
4.03
5.52
4.00
5.42
3.97
5.38
3.96
5.33
3.94
5.25
3.91
5.21
3.90

Model FDTSA36KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.62
2.52
2.61
2.51
2.61
2.51
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.58
2.48
2.58
2.48

Model FDTSA45KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
3.14
3.27
3.14
3.26
3.13
3.25
3.12
3.24
3.11
3.24
3.11
3.24
3.11
3.23
3.10
3.23
3.10

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

195 -

Model FDTSA71KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
4.66
5.15
4.66
5.15
4.65
5.13
4.65
5.12
4.64
5.11
4.64
5.11
4.64
5.10
4.63
5.09
4.63

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.14
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.12
4.92
6.06
4.89
5.99
4.86
5.96
4.84
5.92
4.83
5.85
4.80
5.81
4.78

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.98
5.42
6.97
5.41
6.97
5.41
6.94
5.40
6.90
5.38
6.82
5.35
6.74
5.32
6.70
5.30
6.65
5.28
6.57
5.25
6.52
5.23

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.39
5.47
7.38
5.47
7.33
5.45
7.29
5.43
7.20
5.39
7.11
5.35
7.10
5.35
7.02
5.32
6.93
5.28
6.88
5.26

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.81
5.51
7.80
5.51
7.74
5.48
7.68
5.46
7.58
5.42
7.48
5.39
7.43
5.37
7.38
5.35
7.28
5.31
7.23
5.29

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.52
5.87
8.48
5.86
8.38
5.82
8.27
5.78
8.14
5.74
8.02
5.69
7.96
5.67
7.90
5.64
7.78
5.60
7.72
5.58

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.29
5.89
9.29
5.89
9.22
5.86
9.15
5.83
9.01
5.79
8.87
5.74
8.70
5.68
8.55
5.63
8.48
5.61
8.41
5.59
8.28
5.53
8.21
5.51

16CWB
TC
SHC
19.40
14.89
19.40
14.89
19.40
14.89
19.40
14.89
19.40
14.89
19.38
14.88
19.35
14.87
19.35
14.87
19.35
14.87
19.33
14.86
19.31
14.85
19.11
14.76
18.91
14.67
18.79
14.61
18.68
14.56
18.46
14.46
18.35
14.41

18CWB
TC
SHC
22.04
16.37
22.04
16.37
22.04
16.37
22.04
16.37
22.04
16.37
22.04
16.37
22.02
16.36
22.00
16.35
21.97
16.34
21.88
16.30
21.77
16.26
21.50
16.12
21.26
16.01
21.12
15.95
20.99
15.90
20.72
15.78
20.59
15.72

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
23.36
16.56
23.36
16.56
23.36
16.56
23.36
16.56
23.36
16.56
23.36
16.56
23.36
16.56
23.32
16.54
23.30
16.53
23.14
16.46
23.00
16.41
22.71
16.28
22.42
16.16
22.40
16.15
22.15
16.05
21.86
15.91
21.71
15.84

20CWB
TC
SHC
24.68
16.71
24.68
16.71
24.68
16.71
24.68
16.71
24.68
16.71
24.68
16.71
24.68
16.71
24.64
16.69
24.60
16.67
24.42
16.60
24.24
16.53
23.92
16.40
23.61
16.27
23.45
16.21
23.30
16.15
22.98
16.02
22.83
15.96

22CWB
TC
SHC
27.01
17.73
27.01
17.73
27.01
17.73
27.01
17.73
27.01
17.73
27.01
17.73
27.01
17.73
26.88
17.68
26.75
17.63
26.43
17.51
26.10
17.38
25.69
17.23
25.29
17.07
25.11
17.01
24.93
16.94
24.55
16.80
24.37
16.74

24CWB
TC
SHC
29.34
17.80
29.34
17.80
29.34
17.80
29.34
17.80
29.34
17.80
29.32
17.80
29.32
17.80
29.10
17.71
28.87
17.55
28.43
17.40
27.98
17.24
27.46
17.06
26.97
16.89
26.77
16.82
26.54
16.74
26.12
16.60
25.92
16.53

16CWB
TC
SHC
24.25
18.96
24.25
18.96
24.25
18.96
24.25
18.96
24.25
18.96
24.22
18.95
24.19
18.94
24.19
18.94
24.19
18.94
24.16
18.93
24.14
18.92
23.88
18.80
23.63
18.69
23.49
18.63
23.35
18.57
23.07
18.45
22.93
18.38

18CWB
TC
SHC
27.55
20.82
27.55
20.82
27.55
20.82
27.55
20.82
27.55
20.82
27.55
20.82
27.52
20.80
27.50
20.79
27.47
20.78
27.36
20.73
27.22
20.68
26.88
20.53
26.57
20.41
26.40
20.33
26.24
20.27
25.90
20.13
25.73
20.06

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
29.20
21.03
29.20
21.03
29.20
21.03
29.20
21.03
29.20
21.03
29.20
21.03
29.20
21.03
29.15
21.01
29.12
21.00
28.92
20.92
28.76
20.85
28.39
20.70
28.03
20.55
28.00
20.55
27.69
20.42
27.33
20.28
27.13
20.20

20CWB
TC
SHC
30.86
21.21
30.86
21.21
30.86
21.21
30.86
21.21
30.86
21.21
30.86
21.21
30.86
21.21
30.80
21.19
30.74
21.17
30.52
21.08
30.30
20.99
29.90
20.84
29.51
20.68
29.32
20.61
29.12
20.53
28.73
20.38
28.53
20.30

22CWB
TC
SHC
33.77
22.65
33.77
22.65
33.77
22.65
33.77
22.65
33.77
22.65
33.77
22.65
33.77
22.65
33.60
22.59
33.43
22.53
33.04
22.39
32.62
22.23
32.12
22.04
31.61
21.83
31.39
21.75
31.16
21.66
30.69
21.50
30.46
21.42

24CWB
TC
SHC
36.68
22.67
36.68
22.67
36.68
22.67
36.68
22.67
36.68
22.67
36.65
22.66
36.65
22.66
36.37
22.56
36.09
22.47
35.53
22.24
34.97
22.05
34.33
21.84
33.71
21.63
33.46
21.51
33.18
21.42
32.65
21.24
32.40
21.16

(f) FDU Series


Model FDUA224KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

16.31
14.07
16.26
14.05
16.24
14.04
16.20
14.02
16.15
14.00
16.13
13.99
16.13
13.99
16.08
13.97
16.06
13.96

Model FDUA280KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

20.38
17.95
20.33
17.92
20.30
17.91
20.24
17.88
20.19
17.86
20.16
17.84
20.16
17.84
20.10
17.82
20.08
17.81

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

196 -

(g) FDUM Series


Model FDUMA36KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.62
2.52
2.61
2.51
2.61
2.51
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.58
2.48
2.58
2.48

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.12
2.77
3.12
2.77
3.12
2.77
3.12
2.77
3.12
2.77
3.11
2.77
3.11
2.77
3.11
2.77
3.11
2.77
3.11
2.77
3.10
2.77
3.07
2.75
3.04
2.74
3.02
2.73
3.00
2.73
2.97
2.71
2.95
2.70

18CWB
TC
SHC
3.54
3.06
3.54
3.06
3.54
3.06
3.54
3.06
3.54
3.06
3.54
3.06
3.54
3.06
3.54
3.06
3.53
3.05
3.52
3.05
3.50
3.04
3.46
3.03
3.42
3.01
3.39
3.00
3.37
2.99
3.33
2.97
3.31
2.96

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
3.75
3.08
3.75
3.08
3.75
3.08
3.75
3.08
3.75
3.08
3.75
3.08
3.75
3.08
3.75
3.08
3.74
3.08
3.72
3.07
3.70
3.06
3.65
3.04
3.60
3.03
3.60
3.02
3.56
3.01
3.51
2.99
3.49
2.98

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.97
3.11
3.97
3.11
3.97
3.11
3.97
3.11
3.97
3.11
3.97
3.11
3.97
3.11
3.96
3.10
3.95
3.10
3.92
3.09
3.90
3.08
3.84
3.06
3.79
3.04
3.77
3.03
3.74
3.02
3.69
3.00
3.67
2.99

22CWB
TC
SHC
4.34
3.31
4.34
3.31
4.34
3.31
4.34
3.31
4.34
3.31
4.34
3.31
4.34
3.31
4.32
3.31
4.30
3.30
4.25
3.28
4.19
3.26
4.13
3.24
4.06
3.22
4.04
3.21
4.01
3.20
3.95
3.18
3.92
3.17

24CWB
TC
SHC
4.72
3.30
4.72
3.30
4.72
3.30
4.72
3.30
4.72
3.30
4.71
3.30
4.71
3.30
4.68
3.29
4.64
3.28
4.57
3.26
4.50
3.24
4.41
3.21
4.33
3.19
4.30
3.18
4.27
3.17
4.20
3.15
4.17
3.14

16CWB
TC
SHC

18CWB
TC
SHC

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC

20CWB
TC
SHC

22CWB
TC
SHC

24CWB
TC
SHC

Model FDUMA45KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
3.27
3.26
3.25
3.24
3.24
3.24
3.23
3.23

3.14
3.14
3.13
3.12
3.11
3.11
3.11
3.10
3.10

3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.88
3.88
3.84
3.80
3.78
3.75
3.71
3.69

3.32
3.32
3.32
3.32
3.32
3.32
3.32
3.32
3.32
3.31
3.31
3.30
3.28
3.27
3.26
3.24
3.23

4.43
4.43
4.43
4.43
4.43
4.43
4.42
4.42
4.41
4.40
4.37
4.32
4.27
4.24
4.22
4.16
4.14

3.65
3.65
3.65
3.65
3.65
3.65
3.65
3.65
3.65
3.64
3.63
3.61
3.59
3.58
3.57
3.54
3.53

4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.69
4.68
4.68
4.65
4.62
4.56
4.50
4.50
4.45
4.39
4.36

3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.68
3.67
3.66
3.64
3.61
3.61
3.59
3.57
3.56

4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.96
4.95
4.94
4.91
4.87
4.81
4.74
4.71
4.68
4.62
4.59

3.72
3.72
3.72
3.72
3.72
3.72
3.72
3.72
3.71
3.69
3.68
3.66
3.64
3.62
3.61
3.58
3.57

5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.40
5.37
5.31
5.24
5.16
5.08
5.04
5.01
4.93
4.90

3.97
3.97
3.97
3.97
3.97
3.97
3.97
3.96
3.95
3.93
3.91
3.88
3.85
3.84
3.83
3.80
3.79

5.90
5.90
5.90
5.90
5.90
5.89
5.89
5.85
5.80
5.71
5.62
5.52
5.42
5.38
5.33
5.25
5.21

3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.96
3.95
3.93
3.91
3.88
3.85
3.81
3.80
3.78
3.76
3.75

Model FDUMA56KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
3.66
4.07
3.65
4.06
3.65
4.05
3.64
4.04
3.64
4.03
3.64
4.03
3.64
4.02
3.63
4.02
3.63

16CWB
TC
SHC
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.84
3.85
4.84
3.85
4.84
3.85
4.84
3.85
4.83
3.85
4.83
3.84
4.78
3.82
4.73
3.80
4.70
3.79
4.67
3.78
4.61
3.75
4.59
3.74

18CWB
TC
SHC
5.51
4.25
5.51
4.25
5.51
4.25
5.51
4.25
5.51
4.25
5.51
4.25
5.50
4.24
5.50
4.24
5.49
4.24
5.47
4.23
5.44
4.22
5.38
4.19
5.31
4.16
5.28
4.15
5.25
4.13
5.18
4.10
5.15
4.09

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
5.84
4.29
5.84
4.29
5.84
4.29
5.84
4.29
5.84
4.29
5.84
4.29
5.84
4.29
5.83
4.29
5.82
4.28
5.78
4.27
5.75
4.25
5.68
4.22
5.61
4.19
5.60
4.19
5.54
4.17
5.47
4.14
5.43
4.12

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

197 -

20CWB
TC
SHC
6.17
4.33
6.17
4.33
6.17
4.33
6.17
4.33
6.17
4.33
6.17
4.33
6.17
4.33
6.16
4.33
6.15
4.32
6.10
4.30
6.06
4.28
5.98
4.25
5.90
4.22
5.86
4.20
5.82
4.19
5.75
4.16
5.71
4.14

22CWB
TC
SHC
6.75
4.62
6.75
4.62
6.75
4.62
6.75
4.62
6.75
4.62
6.75
4.62
6.75
4.62
6.72
4.60
6.69
4.59
6.61
4.56
6.52
4.52
6.42
4.49
6.32
4.45
6.28
4.43
6.23
4.42
6.14
4.38
6.09
4.37

24CWB
TC
SHC
7.34
4.61
7.34
4.61
7.34
4.61
7.34
4.61
7.34
4.61
7.33
4.61
7.33
4.61
7.27
4.59
7.22
4.57
7.11
4.53
6.99
4.50
6.87
4.44
6.74
4.40
6.69
4.39
6.64
4.37
6.53
4.33
6.48
4.32

Model FDUMA71KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
4.66
5.15
4.66
5.15
4.65
5.13
4.65
5.12
4.64
5.11
4.64
5.11
4.64
5.10
4.63
5.09
4.63

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.15
4.93
6.14
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.13
4.92
6.12
4.92
6.06
4.89
5.99
4.86
5.96
4.84
5.92
4.83
5.85
4.80
5.81
4.78

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.99
5.42
6.98
5.42
6.97
5.41
6.97
5.41
6.94
5.40
6.90
5.38
6.82
5.35
6.74
5.32
6.70
5.30
6.65
5.28
6.57
5.25
6.52
5.23

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.39
5.47
7.38
5.47
7.33
5.45
7.29
5.43
7.20
5.39
7.11
5.35
7.10
5.35
7.02
5.32
6.93
5.28
6.88
5.26

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.81
5.51
7.80
5.51
7.74
5.48
7.68
5.46
7.58
5.42
7.48
5.39
7.43
5.37
7.38
5.35
7.28
5.31
7.23
5.29

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.56
5.89
8.52
5.87
8.48
5.86
8.38
5.82
8.27
5.78
8.14
5.74
8.02
5.69
7.96
5.67
7.90
5.64
7.78
5.60
7.72
5.58

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.30
5.89
9.29
5.89
9.29
5.89
9.22
5.86
9.15
5.83
9.01
5.79
8.87
5.74
8.70
5.68
8.55
5.63
8.48
5.61
8.41
5.59
8.28
5.53
8.21
5.51

16CWB
TC
SHC
7.79
5.91
7.79
5.91
7.79
5.91
7.79
5.91
7.79
5.91
7.79
5.90
7.78
5.90
7.78
5.90
7.78
5.90
7.77
5.89
7.76
5.89
7.68
5.85
7.60
5.82
7.55
5.80
7.51
5.78
7.42
5.73
7.37
5.71

18CWB
TC
SHC
8.86
6.48
8.86
6.48
8.86
6.48
8.86
6.48
8.86
6.48
8.86
6.48
8.85
6.48
8.84
6.47
8.83
6.47
8.79
6.45
8.75
6.44
8.64
6.39
8.54
6.35
8.49
6.32
8.43
6.30
8.33
6.25
8.27
6.23

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
9.39
6.56
9.39
6.56
9.39
6.56
9.39
6.56
9.39
6.56
9.39
6.56
9.39
6.56
9.37
6.56
9.36
6.55
9.30
6.53
9.24
6.50
9.13
6.46
9.01
6.40
9.00
6.39
8.90
6.35
8.78
6.30
8.72
6.28

20CWB
TC
SHC
9.92
6.63
9.92
6.63
9.92
6.63
9.92
6.63
9.92
6.63
9.92
6.63
9.92
6.63
9.90
6.62
9.88
6.61
9.81
6.58
9.74
6.55
9.61
6.50
9.49
6.45
9.42
6.43
9.36
6.40
9.23
6.34
9.17
6.32

22CWB
TC
SHC
10.85
7.05
10.85
7.05
10.85
7.05
10.85
7.05
10.85
7.05
10.85
7.05
10.85
7.05
10.80
7.02
10.75
7.00
10.62
6.96
10.49
6.90
10.32
6.84
10.16
6.78
10.09
6.75
10.02
6.72
9.86
6.66
9.79
6.64

24CWB
TC
SHC
11.79
7.05
11.79
7.05
11.79
7.05
11.79
7.05
11.79
7.05
11.78
7.05
11.78
7.05
11.69
7.02
11.60
6.99
11.42
6.92
11.24
6.85
11.03
6.78
10.84
6.71
10.76
6.68
10.67
6.65
10.49
6.58
10.41
6.55

16CWB
TC
SHC
9.70
7.75
9.70
7.75
9.70
7.75
9.70
7.75
9.70
7.75
9.69
7.75
9.68
7.74
9.68
7.74
9.68
7.74
9.67
7.74
9.65
7.74
9.55
7.69
9.45
7.65
9.40
7.62
9.34
7.60
9.23
7.55
9.17
7.52

18CWB
TC
SHC
11.02
8.53
11.02
8.53
11.02
8.53
11.02
8.53
11.02
8.53
11.02
8.53
11.01
8.53
11.00
8.52
10.99
8.52
10.94
8.50
10.89
8.48
10.75
8.42
10.63
8.36
10.56
8.33
10.49
8.30
10.36
8.24
10.29
8.22

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
11.68
8.62
11.68
8.62
11.68
8.62
11.68
8.62
11.68
8.62
11.68
8.62
11.68
8.62
11.66
8.61
11.65
8.61
11.57
8.57
11.50
8.55
11.36
8.49
11.21
8.43
11.20
8.42
11.08
8.37
10.93
8.32
10.85
8.29

20CWB
TC
SHC
12.34
8.69
12.34
8.69
12.34
8.69
12.34
8.69
12.34
8.69
12.34
8.69
12.34
8.69
12.32
8.68
12.30
8.67
12.21
8.64
12.12
8.60
11.96
8.54
11.80
8.48
11.73
8.45
11.65
8.42
11.49
8.36
11.41
8.33

22CWB
TC
SHC
13.51
9.26
13.51
9.26
13.51
9.26
13.51
9.26
13.51
9.26
13.51
9.26
13.51
9.26
13.44
9.24
13.37
9.22
13.22
9.16
13.05
9.10
12.85
9.02
12.64
8.95
12.56
8.92
12.47
8.88
12.28
8.82
12.19
8.78

24CWB
TC
SHC
14.67
9.27
14.67
9.27
14.67
9.27
14.67
9.27
14.67
9.27
14.66
9.27
14.66
9.27
14.55
9.23
14.44
9.18
14.21
9.10
13.99
9.02
13.73
8.94
13.48
8.85
13.38
8.82
13.27
8.78
13.06
8.71
12.96
8.68

Model FDUMA90KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

6.55
5.57
6.53
6.56
6.53
6.56
6.51
5.55
6.49
5.54
6.48
5.54
6.48
5.54
6.46
5.53
6.45
5.52

Model FDUMA112KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

8.15
7.36
8.13
7.35
8.12
7.35
8.10
7.33
8.08
7.32
8.06
7.32
8.06
7.32
8.04
7.31
8.03
7.30

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

198 -

Model FDUMA140KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

10.19
9.01
10.16
9.00
10.15
9.00
10.12
8.98
10.09
8.97
10.08
8.96
10.08
8.96
10.05
8.95
10.04
8.94

16CWB
TC
SHC
12.12
9.54
12.12
9.54
12.12
9.54
12.12
9.54
12.12
9.54
12.11
9.53
12.10
9.53
12.10
9.53
12.10
9.53
12.08
9.52
12.07
9.51
11.94
9.46
11.82
9.40
11.75
9.37
11.68
9.31
11.54
9.25
11.47
9.22

18CWB
TC
SHC
13.78
10.49
13.78
10.49
13.78
10.49
13.78
10.49
13.78
10.49
13.78
10.49
13.76
10.48
13.75
10.48
13.73
10.47
13.68
10.45
13.61
10.42
13.44
10.35
13.29
10.27
13.20
10.23
13.12
10.20
12.95
10.13
12.87
10.09

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
14.60
10.60
14.60
10.60
14.60
10.60
14.60
10.60
14.60
10.60
14.60
10.60
14.60
10.60
14.57
10.59
14.56
10.58
14.46
10.54
14.38
10.51
14.20
10.43
14.01
10.36
14.00
10.35
13.85
10.29
13.66
10.22
13.57
10.18

20CWB
TC
SHC
15.43
10.69
15.43
10.69
15.43
10.69
15.43
10.69
15.43
10.69
15.43
10.69
15.43
10.69
15.40
10.68
15.37
10.67
15.26
10.62
15.15
10.58
14.95
10.50
14.76
10.42
14.66
10.38
14.56
10.35
14.36
10.27
14.27
10.23

22CWB
TC
SHC
16.88
11.40
16.88
11.40
16.88
11.40
16.88
11.40
16.88
11.40
16.88
11.40
16.88
11.40
16.80
11.36
16.72
11.33
16.52
11.26
16.31
11.18
16.06
11.07
15.81
10.98
15.69
10.94
15.58
10.90
15.34
10.82
15.23
10.77

24CWB
TC
SHC
18.34
11.39
18.34
11.39
18.34
11.39
18.34
11.39
18.34
11.39
18.33
11.38
18.33
11.38
18.19
11.34
18.05
11.29
17.77
11.19
17.49
11.10
17.16
10.99
16.86
10.86
16.73
10.82
16.59
10.78
16.32
10.69
16.20
10.64

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.74
3.90
3.74
3.90
3.74
3.90
3.74
3.90
3.74
3.89
3.74
3.89
3.73
3.89
3.73
3.89
3.73
3.88
3.73
3.88
3.72
3.84
3.68
3.80
3.65
3.78
3.62
3.75
3.60
3.71
3.56
3.69
3.54

18CWB
TC
SHC
4.43
4.22
4.43
4.22
4.43
4.22
4.43
4.22
4.43
4.22
4.43
4.22
4.42
4.22
4.42
4.22
4.41
4.22
4.40
4.21
4.37
4.20
4.32
4.15
4.27
4.10
4.24
4.07
4.22
4.05
4.16
4.00
4.14
3.97

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
4.69
4.25
4.69
4.25
4.69
4.25
4.69
4.25
4.69
4.25
4.69
4.25
4.69
4.25
4.68
4.25
4.68
4.25
4.65
4.23
4.62
4.22
4.56
4.20
4.50
4.18
4.50
4.18
4.45
4.16
4.39
4.14
4.36
4.13

20CWB
TC
SHC
4.96
4.28
4.96
4.28
4.96
4.28
4.96
4.28
4.96
4.28
4.96
4.28
4.96
4.28
4.95
4.28
4.94
4.28
4.91
4.26
4.87
4.24
4.81
4.22
4.74
4.20
4.71
4.18
4.68
4.17
4.62
4.15
4.59
4.14

22CWB
TC
SHC
5.43
4.58
5.43
4.58
5.43
4.58
5.43
4.58
5.43
4.58
5.43
4.58
5.43
4.58
5.40
4.57
5.37
4.56
5.31
4.54
5.24
4.52
5.16
4.49
5.08
4.47
5.04
4.45
5.01
4.44
4.93
4.42
4.90
4.41

24CWB
TC
SHC
5.90
4.57
5.90
4.57
5.90
4.57
5.90
4.57
5.90
4.57
5.89
4.56
5.89
4.56
5.85
4.55
5.80
4.54
5.71
4.51
5.62
4.48
5.52
4.45
5.42
4.42
5.38
4.41
5.33
4.39
5.25
4.37
5.21
4.36

16CWB
TC
SHC
4.85
4.66
4.85
4.66
4.85
4.66
4.85
4.66
4.85
4.66
4.84
4.65
4.84
4.64
4.84
4.64
4.84
4.64
4.83
4.64
4.83
4.63
4.78
4.59
4.73
4.54
4.70
4.51
4.67
4.48
4.61
4.43
4.59
4.40

18CWB
TC
SHC
5.51
5.20
5.51
5.20
5.51
5.20
5.51
5.20
5.51
5.20
5.51
5.20
5.50
5.19
5.50
5.19
5.49
5.18
5.47
5.17
5.44
5.16
5.38
5.14
5.31
5.10
5.28
5.07
5.25
5.04
5.18
4.97
5.15
4.94

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
5.84
5.23
5.84
5.23
5.84
5.23
5.84
5.23
5.84
5.23
5.84
5.23
5.84
5.23
5.83
5.23
5.82
5.23
5.78
5.21
5.75
5.20
5.68
5.18
5.61
5.15
5.60
5.15
5.54
5.11
5.47
5.09
5.43
5.07

20CWB
TC
SHC
6.17
5.26
6.17
5.26
6.17
5.26
6.17
5.26
6.17
5.26
6.17
5.26
6.17
5.26
6.16
5.26
6.15
5.25
6.10
5.24
6.06
5.22
5.98
5.19
5.90
5.17
5.86
5.15
5.82
5.14
5.75
5.11
5.71
5.10

22CWB
TC
SHC
6.75
5.64
6.75
5.64
6.75
5.64
6.75
5.64
6.75
5.64
6.75
5.64
6.75
5.64
6.72
5.63
6.69
5.62
6.61
5.59
6.52
5.56
6.42
5.53
6.32
5.50
6.28
5.48
6.23
5.47
6.14
5.44
6.09
5.42

24CWB
TC
SHC
7.34
5.62
7.34
5.62
7.34
5.62
7.34
5.62
7.34
5.62
7.33
5.62
7.33
5.62
7.27
5.60
7.22
5.59
7.11
5.55
6.99
5.52
6.87
5.48
6.74
5.44
6.69
5.43
6.64
5.41
6.53
5.38
6.48
5.36

(h) FDUR Series


Model FDURA45KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
3.14
3.27
3.14
3.26
3.13
3.25
3.12
3.24
3.11
3.24
3.11
3.24
3.11
3.23
3.10
3.23
3.10

Model FDURA56KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
3.91
4.07
3.90
4.06
3.90
4.05
3.89
4.04
3.88
4.03
3.87
4.03
3.87
4.02
3.86
4.02
3.85

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

199 -

Model FDURA71KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
5.15
5.15
5.13
5.12
5.11
5.11
5.10
5.09

4.96
4.95
4.94
4.93
4.91
4.91
4.91
4.89
4.89

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.14
6.13
6.13
6.13
6.13
6.12
6.06
5.99
5.96
5.92
5.85
5.81

5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.68
5.66
5.63
5.62
5.60
5.57
5.56

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.98
6.97
6.97
6.94
6.90
6.82
6.74
6.70
6.65
6.57
6.52

6.30
6.30
6.30
6.30
6.30
6.30
6.30
6.30
6.29
6.28
6.27
6.24
6.21
6.19
6.17
6.14
6.13

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.39
7.38
7.33
7.29
7.20
7.11
7.10
7.02
6.93
6.88

6.35
6.35
6.35
6.35
6.35
6.35
6.35
6.34
6.34
6.32
6.30
6.27
6.24
6.23
6.20
6.17
6.15

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.81
7.80
7.74
7.68
7.58
7.48
7.43
7.38
7.28
7.23

6.39
6.39
6.39
6.39
6.39
6.39
6.39
6.39
6.38
6.36
6.34
6.29
6.26
6.24
6.22
6.19
6.17

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.52
8.48
8.38
8.27
8.14
8.02
7.96
7.90
7.78
7.72

6.84
6.84
6.84
6.84
6.84
6.84
6.84
6.83
6.82
6.78
6.75
6.71
6.66
6.64
6.63
6.59
6.57

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.29
9.29
9.22
9.15
9.01
8.87
8.70
8.55
8.48
8.41
8.28
8.21

6.83
6.83
6.83
6.83
6.83
6.82
6.82
6.80
6.78
6.74
6.69
6.64
6.60
6.58
6.56
6.52
6.50

Model FDURA90KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

6.55
6.53
6.53
6.51
6.49
6.48
6.48
6.46
6.45

6.29
6.27
6.26
6.25
6.23
6.22
6.22
6.20
6.19

16CWB
TC
SHC
7.79
7.79
7.79
7.79
7.79
7.79
7.78
7.78
7.78
7.77
7.76
7.68
7.60
7.55
7.51
7.42
7.37

7.48
7.48
7.48
7.48
7.48
7.47
7.46
7.46
7.46
7.46
7.45
7.37
7.29
7.25
7.21
7.12
7.08

18CWB
TC
SHC
8.86
8.86
8.86
8.86
8.86
8.86
8.85
8.84
8.83
8.79
8.75
8.64
8.54
8.49
8.43
8.33
8.27

8.48
8.48
8.48
8.48
8.48
8.48
8.47
8.47
8.47
8.44
8.40
8.29
8.20
8.15
8.10
7.99
7.94

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
9.39
9.39
9.39
9.39
9.39
9.39
9.39
9.37
9.36
9.30
9.24
9.13
9.01
9.00
8.90
8.78
8.72

8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.53
8.52
8.52
8.50
8.48
8.43
8.39
8.39
8.35
8.29
8.27

20CWB
TC
SHC
9.92
9.92
9.92
9.92
9.92
9.92
9.92
9.90
9.88
9.81
9.74
9.61
9.49
9.42
9.36
9.23
9.17

8.57
8.57
8.57
8.57
8.57
8.57
8.57
8.57
8.56
8.53
8.51
8.47
8.42
8.40
8.38
8.33
8.31

22CWB
TC
SHC
10.85
10.85
10.85
10.85
10.85
10.85
10.85
10.80
10.75
10.62
10.49
10.32
10.16
10.09
10.02
9.86
9.79

9.23
9.23
9.23
9.23
9.23
9.23
9.23
9.21
9.19
9.15
9.10
9.05
9.00
8.97
8.95
8.90
8.88

24CWB
TC
SHC
11.79
11.79
11.79
11.79
11.79
11.78
11.78
11.69
11.60
11.42
11.24
11.03
10.84
10.76
10.67
10.49
10.41

9.20
9.20
9.20
9.20
9.20
9.20
9.20
9.17
9.14
9.09
9.03
8.97
8.91
8.89
8.86
8.81
8.78

Model FDURA112KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

8.15
7.83
8.13
7.81
8.12
7.80
8.10
7.77
8.08
7.75
8.06
7.74
8.06
7.74
8.04
7.72
8.03
7.71

16CWB
TC
SHC
9.70
8.45
9.70
8.45
9.70
8.45
9.70
8.45
9.70
8.45
9.69
8.45
9.68
8.44
9.68
8.44
9.68
8.44
9.67
8.44
9.65
8.43
9.55
8.39
9.45
8.35
9.40
8.33
9.34
8.30
9.23
8.25
9.17
8.23

18CWB
TC
SHC
11.02
9.32
11.02
9.32
11.02
9.32
11.02
9.32
11.02
9.32
11.02
9.32
11.01
9.32
11.00
9.31
10.99
9.31
10.94
9.29
10.89
9.27
10.75
9.22
10.63
9.17
10.56
9.14
10.49
9.11
10.36
9.06
10.29
9.03

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
11.68
9.42
11.68
9.42
11.68
9.42
11.68
9.42
11.68
9.42
11.68
9.42
11.68
9.42
11.66
9.41
11.65
9.40
11.57
9.37
11.50
9.33
11.36
9.27
11.21
9.22
11.20
9.21
11.08
9.17
10.93
9.11
10.85
9.08

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

200 -

20CWB
TC
SHC
12.34
9.48
12.34
9.48
12.34
9.48
12.34
9.48
12.34
9.48
12.34
9.48
12.34
9.48
12.32
9.47
12.30
9.46
12.21
9.43
12.12
9.39
11.96
9.34
11.80
9.28
11.73
9.23
11.65
9.20
11.49
9.15
11.41
9.12

22CWB
TC
SHC
13.51
10.14
13.51
10.14
13.51
10.14
13.51
10.14
13.51
10.14
13.51
10.14
13.51
10.14
13.44
10.12
13.37
10.10
13.22
10.05
13.05
9.99
12.85
9.92
12.64
9.85
12.56
9.82
12.47
9.79
12.28
9.70
12.19
9.67

24CWB
TC
SHC
14.67
10.13
14.67
10.13
14.67
10.13
14.67
10.13
14.67
10.13
14.66
10.12
14.66
10.12
14.55
10.09
14.44
10.05
14.21
9.98
13.99
9.91
13.73
9.82
13.48
9.75
13.38
9.71
13.27
9.68
13.06
9.61
12.96
9.56

Model FDURA140KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

10.19
9.78
10.16
9.76
10.15
9.74
10.12
9.72
10.09
9.69
10.08
9.68
10.08
9.68
10.05
9.65
10.04
9.64

16CWB
TC
SHC
12.12
10.46
12.12
10.46
12.12
10.46
12.12
10.46
12.12
10.46
12.11
10.45
12.10
10.45
12.10
10.45
12.10
10.45
12.08
10.44
12.07
10.43
11.94
10.38
11.82
10.33
11.75
10.30
11.68
10.27
11.54
10.19
11.47
10.16

18CWB
TC
SHC
13.78
11.51
13.78
11.51
13.78
11.51
13.78
11.51
13.78
11.51
13.78
11.51
13.76
11.50
13.75
11.50
13.73
11.49
13.68
11.47
13.61
11.44
13.44
11.38
13.29
11.32
13.20
11.28
13.12
11.25
12.95
11.18
12.87
11.15

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
14.60
11.61
14.60
11.61
14.60
11.61
14.60
11.61
14.60
11.61
14.60
11.61
14.60
11.61
14.57
11.59
14.56
11.59
14.46
11.55
14.38
11.52
14.20
11.45
14.01
11.38
14.00
11.37
13.85
11.32
13.66
11.25
13.57
11.21

20CWB
TC
SHC
15.43
11.70
15.43
11.70
15.43
11.70
15.43
11.70
15.43
11.70
15.43
11.70
15.43
11.70
15.40
11.69
15.37
11.68
15.26
11.64
15.15
11.58
14.95
11.51
14.76
11.43
14.66
11.40
14.56
11.36
14.36
11.29
14.27
11.25

22CWB
TC
SHC
16.88
12.53
16.88
12.53
16.88
12.53
16.88
12.53
16.88
12.53
16.88
12.53
16.88
12.53
16.80
12.50
16.72
12.47
16.52
12.37
16.31
12.30
16.06
12.22
15.81
12.13
15.69
12.09
15.58
12.05
15.34
11.97
15.23
11.94

24CWB
TC
SHC
18.34
12.50
18.34
12.50
18.34
12.50
18.34
12.50
18.34
12.50
18.33
12.50
18.33
12.50
18.19
12.45
18.05
12.41
17.77
12.32
17.49
12.23
17.16
12.10
16.86
12.01
16.73
11.97
16.59
11.92
16.32
11.84
16.20
11.80

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.12
2.69
3.12
2.69
3.12
2.69
3.12
2.69
3.12
2.69
3.11
2.69
3.11
2.69
3.11
2.69
3.11
2.69
3.11
2.69
3.10
2.68
3.07
2.67
3.04
2.66
3.02
2.65
3.00
2.64
2.97
2.63
2.95
2.62

18CWB
TC
SHC
3.54
2.96
3.54
2.96
3.54
2.96
3.54
2.96
3.54
2.96
3.54
2.96
3.54
2.96
3.54
2.96
3.53
2.96
3.52
2.95
3.50
2.95
3.46
2.93
3.42
2.91
3.39
2.91
3.37
2.90
3.33
2.88
3.31
2.87

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
3.75
2.99
3.75
2.99
3.75
2.99
3.75
2.99
3.75
2.99
3.75
2.99
3.75
2.99
3.75
2.98
3.74
2.98
3.72
2.97
3.70
2.97
3.65
2.95
3.60
2.93
3.60
2.93
3.56
2.91
3.51
2.90
3.49
2.89

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.97
3.01
3.97
3.01
3.97
3.01
3.97
3.01
3.97
3.01
3.97
3.01
3.97
3.01
3.96
3.01
3.95
3.01
3.92
3.00
3.90
2.99
3.84
2.96
3.79
2.94
3.77
2.93
3.74
2.93
3.69
2.91
3.67
2.90

22CWB
TC
SHC
4.34
3.22
4.34
3.22
4.34
3.22
4.34
3.22
4.34
3.22
4.34
3.22
4.34
3.22
4.32
3.21
4.30
3.21
4.25
3.19
4.19
3.17
4.13
3.15
4.06
3.13
4.04
3.12
4.01
3.09
3.95
3.07
3.92
3.06

24CWB
TC
SHC
4.72
3.22
4.72
3.22
4.72
3.22
4.72
3.22
4.72
3.22
4.71
3.22
4.71
3.22
4.68
3.21
4.64
3.20
4.57
3.17
4.50
3.14
4.41
3.12
4.33
3.09
4.30
3.08
4.27
3.05
4.20
3.03
4.17
3.02

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.90
3.04
3.89
3.03
3.89
3.03
3.89
3.03
3.89
3.03
3.88
3.03
3.88
3.03
3.84
3.01
3.80
2.99
3.78
2.98
3.75
2.97
3.71
2.95
3.69
2.94

18CWB
TC
SHC
4.43
3.33
4.43
3.33
4.43
3.33
4.43
3.33
4.43
3.33
4.43
3.33
4.42
3.33
4.42
3.33
4.41
3.33
4.40
3.32
4.37
3.31
4.32
3.29
4.27
3.27
4.24
3.26
4.22
3.25
4.16
3.22
4.14
3.21

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
4.69
3.37
4.69
3.37
4.69
3.37
4.69
3.37
4.69
3.37
4.69
3.37
4.69
3.37
4.68
3.36
4.68
3.36
4.65
3.35
4.62
3.34
4.56
3.31
4.50
3.29
4.50
3.29
4.45
3.27
4.39
3.25
4.36
3.23

20CWB
TC
SHC
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.96
3.41
4.95
3.39
4.94
3.39
4.91
3.37
4.87
3.36
4.81
3.34
4.74
3.31
4.71
3.30
4.68
3.29
4.62
3.26
4.59
3.25

22CWB
TC
SHC
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.43
3.63
5.40
3.62
5.37
3.61
5.31
3.58
5.24
3.56
5.16
3.53
5.08
3.50
5.04
3.48
5.01
3.47
4.93
3.44
4.90
3.42

24CWB
TC
SHC
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.90
3.63
5.89
3.63
5.89
3.63
5.85
3.61
5.80
3.60
5.71
3.56
5.62
3.53
5.52
3.50
5.42
3.46
5.38
3.45
5.33
3.43
5.25
3.40
5.21
3.38

(i) FDE Series


Model FDEA36KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.62
2.52
2.61
2.51
2.61
2.51
2.60
2.50
2.60
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.59
2.49
2.58
2.48
2.58
2.48

Model FDEA45KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
2.87
3.27
2.87
3.26
2.87
3.25
2.86
3.24
2.86
3.24
2.86
3.24
2.86
3.23
2.85
3.23
2.85

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

201 -

Model FDEA56KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
4.07
4.06
4.05
4.04
4.03
4.03
4.02
4.02

3.32
3.32
3.31
3.31
3.30
3.30
3.30
3.29
3.29

16CWB
TC
SHC
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.84
4.84
4.84
4.84
4.83
4.83
4.78
4.73
4.70
4.67
4.61
4.59

3.54
3.54
3.54
3.54
3.54
3.54
3.54
3.54
3.54
3.53
3.53
3.51
3.48
3.47
3.46
3.43
3.42

18CWB
TC
SHC
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.50
5.50
5.49
5.47
5.44
5.38
5.31
5.28
5.25
5.18
5.15

3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.88
3.88
3.88
3.87
3.86
3.83
3.80
3.78
3.77
3.74
3.71

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.83
5.82
5.78
5.75
5.68
5.61
5.60
5.54
5.47
5.43

3.94
3.94
3.94
3.94
3.94
3.94
3.94
3.93
3.93
3.91
3.90
3.87
3.83
3.83
3.80
3.77
3.76

20CWB
TC
SHC
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.17
6.16
6.15
6.10
6.06
5.98
5.90
5.86
5.82
5.75
5.71

3.99
3.99
3.99
3.99
3.99
3.99
3.99
3.98
3.98
3.96
3.94
3.90
3.87
3.85
3.83
3.80
3.78

22CWB
TC
SHC
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.75
6.72
6.69
6.61
6.52
6.42
6.32
6.28
6.23
6.14
6.09

4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.21
4.19
4.16
4.13
4.09
4.05
4.03
4.01
3.97
3.95

24CWB
TC
SHC
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.33
7.33
7.27
7.22
7.11
6.99
6.87
6.74
6.69
6.64
6.53
6.48

4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.20
4.18
4.14
4.09
4.05
4.00
3.98
3.96
3.92
3.90

Model FDEA71KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
4.70
5.15
4.69
5.15
4.69
5.13
4.68
5.12
4.67
5.11
4.67
5.11
4.67
5.10
4.67
5.09
4.66

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
4.95
6.15
4.95
6.15
4.95
6.15
4.95
6.15
4.95
6.14
4.94
6.13
4.94
6.13
4.94
6.13
4.94
6.13
4.94
6.12
4.93
6.06
4.91
5.99
4.88
5.96
4.86
5.92
4.85
5.85
4.82
5.81
4.80

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
5.44
6.99
5.44
6.99
5.44
6.99
5.44
6.99
5.44
6.99
5.44
6.98
5.44
6.97
5.44
6.97
5.44
6.94
5.42
6.90
5.41
6.82
5.36
6.74
5.33
6.70
5.31
6.65
5.30
6.57
5.26
6.52
5.24

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
5.50
7.41
5.50
7.41
5.50
7.41
5.50
7.41
5.50
7.41
5.50
7.41
5.50
7.39
5.49
7.38
5.49
7.33
5.47
7.29
5.45
7.20
5.42
7.11
5.38
7.10
5.38
7.02
5.34
6.93
5.30
6.88
5.28

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
5.54
7.82
5.54
7.82
5.54
7.82
5.54
7.82
5.54
7.82
5.54
7.82
5.54
7.81
5.54
7.80
5.53
7.74
5.51
7.68
5.49
7.58
5.45
7.48
5.41
7.43
5.39
7.38
5.37
7.28
5.33
7.23
5.31

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
5.91
8.56
5.91
8.56
5.91
8.56
5.91
8.56
5.91
8.56
5.91
8.56
5.91
8.52
5.90
8.48
5.88
8.38
5.84
8.27
5.80
8.14
5.76
8.02
5.71
7.96
5.69
7.90
5.67
7.78
5.63
7.72
5.61

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
5.92
9.30
5.92
9.30
5.92
9.30
5.92
9.30
5.92
9.29
5.90
9.29
5.90
9.22
5.88
9.15
5.86
9.01
5.81
8.87
5.76
8.70
5.70
8.55
5.65
8.48
5.63
8.41
5.61
8.28
5.56
8.21
5.54

16CWB
TC
SHC
9.70
7.52
9.70
7.52
9.70
7.52
9.70
7.52
9.70
7.52
9.69
7.52
9.68
7.51
9.68
7.51
9.68
7.51
9.67
7.51
9.65
7.50
9.55
7.46
9.45
7.41
9.40
7.39
9.34
7.36
9.23
7.31
9.17
7.29

18CWB
TC
SHC
11.02
8.28
11.02
8.28
11.02
8.28
11.02
8.28
11.02
8.28
11.02
8.28
11.01
8.28
11.00
8.27
10.99
8.27
10.94
8.25
10.89
8.22
10.75
8.17
10.63
8.11
10.56
8.08
10.49
8.05
10.36
8.00
10.29
7.97

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
11.68
8.37
11.68
8.37
11.68
8.37
11.68
8.37
11.68
8.37
11.68
8.37
11.68
8.37
11.66
8.36
11.65
8.36
11.57
8.32
11.50
8.30
11.36
8.24
11.21
8.18
11.20
8.17
11.08
8.12
10.93
8.06
10.85
8.03

20CWB
TC
SHC
12.34
8.45
12.34
8.45
12.34
8.45
12.34
8.45
12.34
8.45
12.34
8.45
12.34
8.45
12.32
8.44
12.30
8.43
12.21
8.39
12.12
8.36
11.96
8.29
11.80
8.23
11.73
8.20
11.65
8.17
11.49
8.11
11.41
8.07

22CWB
TC
SHC
13.51
9.00
13.51
9.00
13.51
9.00
13.51
9.00
13.51
9.00
13.51
9.00
13.51
9.00
13.44
8.97
13.37
8.95
13.22
8.89
13.05
8.82
12.85
8.75
12.64
8.67
12.56
8.64
12.47
8.60
12.28
8.53
12.19
8.50

24CWB
TC
SHC
14.67
9.01
14.67
9.01
14.67
9.01
14.67
9.01
14.67
9.01
14.66
9.00
14.66
9.00
14.55
8.95
14.44
8.91
14.21
8.83
13.99
8.75
13.73
8.66
13.48
8.58
13.38
8.54
13.27
8.51
13.06
8.43
12.96
8.40

Model FDEA112KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

8.15
7.12
8.13
7.11
8.12
7.10
8.10
7.09
8.08
7.08
8.06
7.08
8.06
7.08
8.04
7.07
8.03
7.06

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

202 -

Model FDEA140KXE4R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

10.19
10.16
10.15
10.12
10.09
10.08
10.08
10.05
10.04

8.47
8.46
8.45
8.44
8.42
8.41
8.41
8.40
8.39

16CWB
TC
SHC
12.12
12.12
12.12
12.12
12.12
12.11
12.10
12.10
12.10
12.08
12.07
11.94
11.82
11.75
11.68
11.54
11.47

9.00
9.00
9.00
9.00
9.00
8.99
8.99
8.99
8.99
8.98
8.97
8.91
8.86
8.82
8.79
8.72
8.69

18CWB
TC
SHC
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.78
13.76
13.75
13.73
13.68
13.61
13.44
13.29
13.20
13.12
12.95
12.87

9.88
9.88
9.88
9.88
9.88
9.88
9.88
9.87
9.86
9.84
9.81
9.73
9.66
9.63
9.59
9.52
9.48

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.60
14.57
14.56
14.46
14.38
14.20
14.01
14.00
13.85
13.66
13.57

10.02
10.02
10.02
10.02
10.02
10.02
10.02
10.01
10.00
9.94
9.91
9.83
9.75
9.74
9.68
9.60
9.56

20CWB
TC
SHC
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.43
15.40
15.37
15.26
15.15
14.95
14.76
14.66
14.56
14.36
14.27

10.12
10.12
10.12
10.12
10.12
10.12
10.12
10.11
10.10
10.05
10.00
9.92
9.83
9.78
9.74
9.66
9.62

22CWB
TC
SHC
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.88
16.80
16.72
16.52
16.31
16.06
15.81
15.69
15.58
15.34
15.23

10.74
10.74
10.74
10.74
10.74
10.74
10.74
10.71
10.67
10.60
10.51
10.42
10.32
10.27
10.23
10.14
10.08

24CWB
TC
SHC
18.34
18.34
18.34
18.34
18.34
18.33
18.33
18.19
18.05
17.77
17.49
17.16
16.86
16.73
16.59
16.32
16.20

10.76
10.76
10.76
10.76
10.76
10.76
10.76
10.70
10.65
10.53
10.43
10.32
10.20
10.16
10.11
10.01
9.97

(j) FDK Series


Model FDKA22KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

1.60
1.54
1.60
1.53
1.60
1.53
1.59
1.53
1.59
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.52
1.58
1.51

16CWB
TC
SHC
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.91
1.83
1.90
1.83
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.90
1.82
1.88
1.80
1.86
1.78
1.85
1.77
1.83
1.76
1.81
1.74
1.80
1.73

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.16
2.03
2.16
2.03
2.16
2.03
2.16
2.03
2.16
2.03
2.16
2.03
2.16
2.02
2.16
2.02
2.16
2.02
2.15
2.02
2.14
2.02
2.11
2.01
2.09
2.00
2.07
1.99
2.06
1.98
2.04
1.95
2.02
1.94

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.29
2.04
2.27
2.03
2.26
2.03
2.23
2.02
2.20
2.01
2.20
2.00
2.18
2.00
2.15
1.98
2.13
1.98

20CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.40
2.04
2.38
2.03
2.35
2.02
2.32
2.01
2.30
2.01
2.29
2.00
2.26
1.99
2.24
1.98

22CWB
TC
SHC
2.65
2.20
2.65
2.20
2.65
2.20
2.65
2.20
2.65
2.20
2.65
2.20
2.65
2.20
2.64
2.20
2.63
2.19
2.60
2.18
2.56
2.17
2.52
2.16
2.48
2.15
2.47
2.14
2.45
2.14
2.41
2.12
2.39
2.12

24CWB
TC
SHC
2.88
2.20
2.88
2.20
2.88
2.20
2.88
2.20
2.88
2.20
2.88
2.20
2.88
2.20
2.86
2.19
2.84
2.18
2.79
2.17
2.75
2.16
2.70
2.14
2.65
2.13
2.63
2.12
2.61
2.11
2.57
2.10
2.55
2.10

16CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.42
2.05
2.41
2.05
2.39
2.03
2.36
2.02
2.35
2.02
2.34
2.01
2.31
2.00
2.29
1.99

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.76
2.26
2.76
2.26
2.76
2.26
2.76
2.26
2.76
2.26
2.76
2.26
2.75
2.26
2.75
2.26
2.75
2.26
2.74
2.25
2.72
2.25
2.69
2.24
2.66
2.22
2.64
2.21
2.62
2.21
2.59
2.19
2.57
2.19

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.92
2.28
2.92
2.28
2.92
2.28
2.92
2.28
2.92
2.28
2.92
2.28
2.92
2.28
2.91
2.28
2.91
2.28
2.89
2.27
2.88
2.27
2.84
2.25
2.80
2.24
2.80
2.24
2.77
2.22
2.73
2.21
2.71
2.20

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.09
2.30
3.09
2.30
3.09
2.30
3.09
2.30
3.09
2.30
3.09
2.30
3.09
2.30
3.08
2.30
3.07
2.29
3.05
2.29
3.03
2.28
2.99
2.26
2.95
2.25
2.93
2.24
2.91
2.23
2.87
2.22
2.85
2.21

22CWB
TC
SHC
3.38
2.46
3.38
2.46
3.38
2.46
3.38
2.46
3.38
2.46
3.38
2.46
3.38
2.46
3.36
2.45
3.34
2.45
3.30
2.43
3.26
2.42
3.21
2.40
3.16
2.38
3.14
2.37
3.12
2.37
3.07
2.35
3.05
2.34

24CWB
TC
SHC
3.67
2.46
3.67
2.46
3.67
2.46
3.67
2.46
3.67
2.46
3.67
2.46
3.67
2.46
3.64
2.45
3.61
2.44
3.55
2.42
3.50
2.40
3.43
2.38
3.37
2.36
3.35
2.35
3.32
2.34
3.26
2.32
3.24
2.31

Model FDKA28KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.04
1.96
2.03
1.95
2.03
1.95
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.01
1.93
2.01
1.93

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

203 -

Model FDKA36KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.62
2.46
2.61
2.46
2.61
2.46
2.60
2.45
2.60
2.45
2.59
2.45
2.59
2.45
2.58
2.45
2.58
2.44

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.12
2.59
3.12
2.59
3.12
2.59
3.12
2.59
3.12
2.59
3.11
2.59
3.11
2.59
3.11
2.59
3.11
2.59
3.11
2.58
3.10
2.58
3.07
2.57
3.04
2.55
3.02
2.55
3.00
2.54
2.97
2.52
2.95
2.52

18CWB
TC
SHC
3.54
2.85
3.54
2.85
3.54
2.85
3.54
2.85
3.54
2.85
3.54
2.85
3.54
2.85
3.54
2.85
3.53
2.85
3.52
2.84
3.50
2.83
3.46
2.81
3.42
2.80
3.39
2.79
3.37
2.78
3.33
2.76
3.31
2.75

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
3.75
2.88
3.75
2.88
3.75
2.88
3.75
2.88
3.75
2.88
3.75
2.88
3.75
2.88
3.75
2.87
3.74
2.87
3.72
2.86
3.70
2.85
3.65
2.84
3.60
2.82
3.60
2.82
3.56
2.80
3.51
2.78
3.49
2.77

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.97
2.90
3.96
2.89
3.95
2.89
3.92
2.88
3.90
2.87
3.84
2.85
3.79
2.83
3.77
2.82
3.74
2.81
3.69
2.79
3.67
2.78

22CWB
TC
SHC
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.34
3.09
4.32
3.09
4.30
3.08
4.25
3.06
4.19
3.04
4.13
3.02
4.06
3.00
4.04
2.99
4.01
2.98
3.95
2.95
3.92
2.94

24CWB
TC
SHC
4.72
3.10
4.72
3.10
4.72
3.10
4.72
3.10
4.72
3.10
4.71
3.09
4.71
3.09
4.68
3.08
4.64
3.07
4.57
3.04
4.50
3.02
4.41
2.99
4.33
2.97
4.30
2.96
4.27
2.94
4.20
2.92
4.17
2.91

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.11
3.90
3.11
3.90
3.11
3.90
3.11
3.90
3.11
3.89
3.10
3.89
3.10
3.89
3.10
3.89
3.10
3.88
3.10
3.88
3.10
3.84
3.08
3.80
3.06
3.78
3.05
3.75
3.04
3.71
3.02
3.69
3.01

18CWB
TC
SHC
4.43
3.41
4.43
3.41
4.43
3.41
4.43
3.41
4.43
3.41
4.43
3.41
4.42
3.41
4.42
3.41
4.41
3.41
4.40
3.40
4.37
3.39
4.32
3.37
4.27
3.35
4.24
3.33
4.22
3.32
4.16
3.30
4.14
3.29

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
4.69
3.45
4.69
3.45
4.69
3.45
4.69
3.45
4.69
3.45
4.69
3.45
4.69
3.45
4.68
3.44
4.68
3.44
4.65
3.43
4.62
3.42
4.56
3.39
4.50
3.37
4.50
3.37
4.45
3.35
4.39
3.32
4.36
3.31

20CWB
TC
SHC
4.96
3.48
4.96
3.48
4.96
3.48
4.96
3.48
4.96
3.48
4.96
3.48
4.96
3.48
4.95
3.48
4.94
3.48
4.91
3.46
4.87
3.45
4.81
3.42
4.74
3.39
4.71
3.38
4.68
3.37
4.62
3.34
4.59
3.33

22CWB
TC
SHC
5.43
3.71
5.43
3.71
5.43
3.71
5.43
3.71
5.43
3.71
5.43
3.71
5.43
3.71
5.40
3.70
5.37
3.69
5.31
3.67
5.24
3.64
5.16
3.61
5.08
3.58
5.04
3.57
5.01
3.55
4.93
3.53
4.90
3.51

24CWB
TC
SHC
5.90
3.71
5.90
3.71
5.90
3.71
5.90
3.71
5.90
3.71
5.89
3.71
5.89
3.71
5.85
3.69
5.80
3.68
5.71
3.64
5.62
3.61
5.52
3.58
5.42
3.54
5.38
3.53
5.33
3.51
5.25
3.49
5.21
3.47

16CWB
TC
SHC
4.85
3.90
4.85
3.90
4.85
3.90
4.85
3.90
4.85
3.90
4.84
3.89
4.84
3.89
4.84
3.89
4.84
3.89
4.83
3.89
4.83
3.89
4.78
3.86
4.73
3.84
4.70
3.83
4.67
3.82
4.61
3.79
4.59
3.78

18CWB
TC
SHC
5.51
4.27
5.51
4.27
5.51
4.27
5.51
4.27
5.51
4.27
5.51
4.27
5.50
4.27
5.50
4.26
5.49
4.26
5.47
4.25
5.44
4.24
5.38
4.21
5.31
4.19
5.28
4.17
5.25
4.16
5.18
4.13
5.15
4.12

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
5.84
4.31
5.84
4.31
5.84
4.31
5.84
4.31
5.84
4.31
5.84
4.31
5.84
4.31
5.83
4.31
5.82
4.31
5.78
4.29
5.75
4.28
5.68
4.25
5.61
4.22
5.60
4.21
5.54
4.19
5.47
4.16
5.43
4.14

20CWB
TC
SHC
6.17
4.35
6.17
4.35
6.17
4.35
6.17
4.35
6.17
4.35
6.17
4.35
6.17
4.35
6.16
4.35
6.15
4.34
6.10
4.32
6.06
4.31
5.98
4.27
5.90
4.24
5.86
4.23
5.82
4.21
5.75
4.18
5.71
4.17

22CWB
TC
SHC
6.75
4.65
6.75
4.65
6.75
4.65
6.75
4.65
6.75
4.65
6.75
4.65
6.75
4.65
6.72
4.63
6.69
4.62
6.61
4.59
6.52
4.56
6.42
4.52
6.32
4.49
6.28
4.47
6.23
4.45
6.14
4.42
6.09
4.40

24CWB
TC
SHC
7.34
4.64
7.34
4.64
7.34
4.64
7.34
4.64
7.34
4.64
7.33
4.64
7.33
4.64
7.27
4.62
7.22
4.60
7.11
4.56
6.99
4.52
6.87
4.48
6.74
4.44
6.69
4.42
6.64
4.40
6.53
4.37
6.48
4.35

Model FDKA45KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
2.95
3.27
2.94
3.26
2.94
3.25
2.94
3.24
2.93
3.24
2.93
3.24
2.93
3.23
2.93
3.23
2.92

Model FDKA56KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
3.69
4.07
3.69
4.06
3.68
4.05
3.68
4.04
3.67
4.03
3.67
4.03
3.67
4.02
3.67
4.02
3.66

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

204 -

Model FDKA71KXE5R
Air
Flow

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

Hi

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
5.15
5.15
5.13
5.12
5.11
5.11
5.10
5.09

4.70
4.70
4.69
4.69
4.68
4.68
4.68
4.67
4.67

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.14
6.13
6.13
6.13
6.13
6.12
6.06
5.99
5.96
5.92
5.85
5.81

4.94
4.94
4.94
4.94
4.94
4.94
4.94
4.94
4.94
4.94
4.93
4.91
4.88
4.87
4.85
4.82
4.81

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.99
6.98
6.97
6.97
6.94
6.90
6.82
6.74
6.70
6.65
6.57
6.52

5.45
5.45
5.45
5.45
5.45
5.45
5.45
5.45
5.44
5.43
5.42
5.38
5.35
5.33
5.31
5.27
5.26

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.39
7.38
7.33
7.29
7.20
7.11
7.10
7.02
6.93
6.88

5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.51
5.50
5.50
5.48
5.47
5.42
5.39
5.39
5.36
5.31
5.29

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
7.81
7.80
7.74
7.68
7.58
7.48
7.43
7.38
7.28
7.23

5.55
5.55
5.55
5.55
5.55
5.55
5.55
5.55
5.54
5.52
5.50
5.46
5.42
5.41
5.39
5.34
5.33

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.56
8.52
8.48
8.38
8.27
8.14
8.02
7.96
7.90
7.78
7.72

5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.91
5.90
5.86
5.82
5.77
5.73
5.71
5.68
5.64
5.59

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.29
9.29
9.22
9.15
9.01
8.87
8.70
8.55
8.48
8.41
8.28
8.21

5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.93
5.90
5.88
5.82
5.78
5.72
5.67
5.65
5.63
5.58
5.52

(k) FDFL , FDFU Series


Model FDFLA28KXE4R , FDFUA28KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

2.04
1.96
2.03
1.95
2.03
1.95
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.02
1.94
2.01
1.93
2.01
1.93

16CWB
TC
SHC
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.33
2.42
2.32
2.42
2.32
2.42
2.32
2.42
2.32
2.41
2.32
2.39
2.29
2.36
2.27
2.35
2.26
2.34
2.24
2.31
2.21
2.29
2.20

18CWB
TC
SHC
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.76
2.64
2.75
2.64
2.75
2.64
2.75
2.64
2.74
2.63
2.72
2.61
2.69
2.58
2.66
2.55
2.64
2.53
2.62
2.52
2.59
2.49
2.57
2.47

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
2.92
2.74
2.92
2.74
2.92
2.74
2.92
2.74
2.92
2.74
2.92
2.74
2.92
2.74
2.91
2.74
2.91
2.73
2.89
2.73
2.88
2.72
2.84
2.71
2.80
2.69
2.80
2.69
2.77
2.66
2.73
2.62
2.71
2.60

20CWB
TC
SHC
3.09
2.75
3.09
2.75
3.09
2.75
3.09
2.75
3.09
2.75
3.09
2.75
3.09
2.75
3.08
2.75
3.07
2.75
3.05
2.74
3.03
2.73
2.99
2.72
2.95
2.70
2.93
2.70
2.91
2.69
2.87
2.68
2.85
2.67

22CWB
TC
SHC
3.38
2.97
3.38
2.97
3.38
2.97
3.38
2.97
3.38
2.97
3.38
2.97
3.38
2.97
3.36
2.96
3.34
2.96
3.30
2.94
3.26
2.92
3.21
2.91
3.16
2.89
3.14
2.88
3.12
2.88
3.07
2.86
3.05
2.86

24CWB
TC
SHC
3.67
2.96
3.67
2.96
3.67
2.96
3.67
2.96
3.67
2.96
3.67
2.96
3.67
2.96
3.64
2.95
3.61
2.94
3.55
2.92
3.50
2.91
3.43
2.88
3.37
2.86
3.35
2.86
3.32
2.85
3.26
2.83
3.24
2.83

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
4.69
3.80
4.69
3.80
4.69
3.80
4.69
3.80
4.69
3.80
4.69
3.80
4.69
3.80
4.68
3.80
4.68
3.79
4.65
3.78
4.62
3.77
4.56
3.75
4.50
3.73
4.50
3.73
4.45
3.71
4.39
3.68
4.36
3.67

20CWB
TC
SHC
4.96
3.82
4.96
3.82
4.96
3.82
4.96
3.82
4.96
3.82
4.96
3.82
4.96
3.82
4.95
3.82
4.94
3.82
4.91
3.80
4.87
3.79
4.81
3.77
4.74
3.74
4.71
3.73
4.68
3.72
4.62
3.70
4.59
3.69

22CWB
TC
SHC
5.43
4.11
5.43
4.11
5.43
4.11
5.43
4.11
5.43
4.11
5.43
4.11
5.43
4.11
5.40
4.10
5.37
4.09
5.31
4.07
5.24
4.04
5.16
4.01
5.08
3.98
5.04
3.97
5.01
3.96
4.93
3.93
4.90
3.92

24CWB
TC
SHC
5.90
4.10
5.90
4.10
5.90
4.10
5.90
4.10
5.90
4.10
5.89
4.10
5.89
4.10
5.85
4.08
5.80
4.07
5.71
4.04
5.62
4.01
5.52
3.98
5.42
3.94
5.38
3.93
5.33
3.92
5.25
3.89
5.21
3.88

Model FDFLA45KXE4R , FDFUA45KXE4R


Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

3.28
3.14
3.27
3.14
3.26
3.13
3.25
3.12
3.24
3.11
3.24
3.11
3.24
3.11
3.23
3.10
3.23
3.10

16CWB
TC
SHC
3.90
3.42
3.90
3.42
3.90
3.42
3.90
3.42
3.90
3.42
3.89
3.42
3.89
3.42
3.89
3.42
3.89
3.42
3.88
3.42
3.88
3.42
3.84
3.40
3.80
3.38
3.78
3.37
3.75
3.36
3.71
3.35
3.69
3.34

18CWB
TC
SHC
4.43
3.77
4.43
3.77
4.43
3.77
4.43
3.77
4.43
3.77
4.43
3.77
4.42
3.77
4.42
3.77
4.41
3.76
4.40
3.76
4.37
3.75
4.32
3.73
4.27
3.71
4.24
3.70
4.22
3.69
4.16
3.66
4.14
3.65

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

205 -

Model FDFUA56KXE4R
Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

4.08
3.65
4.07
3.64
4.06
3.64
4.05
3.63
4.04
3.63
4.03
3.63
4.03
3.63
4.02
3.62
4.02
3.62

16CWB
TC
SHC
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.85
3.85
4.84
3.85
4.84
3.84
4.84
3.84
4.84
3.84
4.83
3.84
4.83
3.84
4.78
3.82
4.73
3.79
4.70
3.78
4.67
3.77
4.61
3.74
4.59
3.73

18CWB
TC
SHC
5.51
4.23
5.51
4.23
5.51
4.23
5.51
4.23
5.51
4.23
5.51
4.23
5.50
4.23
5.50
4.23
5.49
4.22
5.47
4.21
5.44
4.20
5.38
4.17
5.31
4.14
5.28
4.13
5.25
4.11
5.18
4.09
5.15
4.06

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
5.84
4.27
5.84
4.27
5.84
4.27
5.84
4.27
5.84
4.27
5.84
4.27
5.84
4.27
5.83
4.27
5.82
4.27
5.78
4.25
5.75
4.24
5.68
4.21
5.61
4.18
5.60
4.18
5.54
4.15
5.47
4.12
5.43
4.10

20CWB
TC
SHC
6.17
4.32
6.17
4.32
6.17
4.32
6.17
4.32
6.17
4.32
6.17
4.32
6.17
4.32
6.16
4.31
6.15
4.31
6.10
4.28
6.06
4.26
5.98
4.23
5.90
4.20
5.86
4.19
5.82
4.17
5.75
4.14
5.71
4.13

22CWB
TC
SHC
6.75
4.59
6.75
4.59
6.75
4.59
6.75
4.59
6.75
4.59
6.75
4.59
6.75
4.59
6.72
4.58
6.69
4.57
6.61
4.54
6.52
4.51
6.42
4.47
6.32
4.43
6.28
4.41
6.23
4.40
6.14
4.36
6.09
4.35

24CWB
TC
SHC
7.34
4.59
7.34
4.59
7.34
4.59
7.34
4.59
7.34
4.59
7.33
4.59
7.33
4.59
7.27
4.57
7.22
4.55
7.11
4.51
6.99
4.47
6.87
4.43
6.74
4.38
6.69
4.37
6.64
4.35
6.53
4.31
6.48
4.30

Indoor Temp
19CWB
TC
SHC
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.41
5.47
7.39
5.46
7.38
5.46
7.33
5.44
7.29
5.42
7.20
5.38
7.11
5.35
7.10
5.34
7.02
5.31
6.93
5.28
6.88
5.26

20CWB
TC
SHC
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.82
5.52
7.81
5.52
7.80
5.51
7.74
5.49
7.68
5.47
7.58
5.42
7.48
5.38
7.43
5.36
7.38
5.34
7.28
5.30
7.23
5.28

22CWB
TC
SHC
8.56
5.88
8.56
5.88
8.56
5.88
8.56
5.88
8.56
5.88
8.56
5.88
8.56
5.88
8.52
5.87
8.48
5.85
8.38
5.82
8.27
5.78
8.14
5.72
8.02
5.68
7.96
5.66
7.90
5.64
7.78
5.59
7.72
5.57

24CWB
TC
SHC
9.30
5.88
9.30
5.88
9.30
5.88
9.30
5.88
9.30
5.88
9.29
5.88
9.29
5.88
9.22
5.85
9.15
5.83
9.01
5.78
8.87
5.73
8.70
5.68
8.55
5.62
8.48
5.60
8.41
5.57
8.28
5.53
8.21
5.51

Model FDFLA71KXE4R , FDFUA71KXE4R


Air
Flow

Hi

Outdoor
Temp
CDB
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
35
36
38
39

14CWB
TC
SHC

5.17
4.67
5.15
4.67
5.15
4.66
5.13
4.66
5.12
4.65
5.11
4.65
5.11
4.65
5.10
4.64
5.09
4.64

16CWB
TC
SHC
6.15
4.92
6.15
4.92
6.15
4.92
6.15
4.92
6.15
4.92
6.14
4.92
6.13
4.91
6.13
4.91
6.13
4.91
6.13
4.91
6.12
4.91
6.06
4.88
5.99
4.85
5.96
4.84
5.92
4.82
5.85
4.79
5.81
4.77

18CWB
TC
SHC
6.99
5.41
6.99
5.41
6.99
5.41
6.99
5.41
6.99
5.41
6.99
5.41
6.98
5.41
6.97
5.41
6.97
5.40
6.94
5.39
6.90
5.38
6.82
5.34
6.74
5.31
6.70
5.29
6.65
5.27
6.57
5.24
6.52
5.22

Note (1) Symbols are as follows :


TC
SHC

:Total cooling capacity (kw)


:Sensible heat capacity (kw)

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4.5 APPLICATION DATA

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read these Safety Precautions first then accurately execute the installation work.
Though the precautionary points indicated herein are divided under two headings,
WARNING and
CAUTION , those
points which are related to the strong possibility of an installation done in error resulting in death or serious injury are listed in
the
WARNING section. However, there is also a possibility of serious consequences in relationship to the points listed in
the
CAUTION section as well.
In either case, important safety related information is indicated, so by all means, properly observe all that is mentioned.
After completing the installation, along with confirming that no abnormalities were seen from the operation tests, please explain
operating methods as well as maintenance methods to the user (customer) of this equipment, based on the owners manual.
Moreover, ask the customer to keep this sheet together with the owners manual.

WARNING
Installation should be performed by the dealer or a company speciallizing in this type of installarion. If you install the equipment
yourself, installation errors could result in water leaks, electric shock, and/or a fire, as well as other hazards.
Conduct installation work in accordance with the instructions in this installation manual. Installation errors could result in water leaks,
electric shock, or fire.
Sling the unit at the specified points with ropes properly rated for the weight in liftting it for portage. An improper manner of portage can
result in a fail of the unit resulting in an accident invoiving personal death or injury.
When installing a unit in a small rooms, take measure so that if the refrigerant leaks, it does not exceed the concentration limit. For
information regarding measures to prevent the concentration limit from being exceed, please contact the dealer.
It refrigerant leaks and the concentration limit is exceeded, suffocation could occur.
Install the equipment in a location that can sufficiently support the weight of the equipment. If the area is not strong enough, an
accident could result from the unit falling.
Install the equipment in a location that can withstand strong winds, such as typhoons, and earthquakes. If the installation is not
secure, an accident could result from the unit falling.
Always turn off power before work is performed inside the unit such as for installation or servicing. A failure to observe this instruction
can cause a danger or electric shock.
Electrical work should be done by a licensed electrician who shall do the work in accordance with the Technical Standards Regarding Electrical Equipment. Indoor Wiring Provisions, and this installation manual. The electrician shall use specified circuits for the
equipment. If the power supply circuit capacity is insuficient or the work is not done correcty, it could result in electric shock or a fire.
For wiring, the specified cable should be used, the connections should be secure, and the fixtures shall be strong enough to prevent
cables from being pulled out from the terminal connections. Incorrect connections or work fixtures could result in heat generation or
a fire.
In cabling, arrange cables suitably so that they may not get off their support and then fix the service panel securely. Improper installation
can cause heat generation and a resultant fire. Please prevent any substance other than the specified refrigerant (R410A) such as air
from entering the refrigerant cycle in installing or moving the air conditioning system. Contamination by air or a foreign substance can
cause an abnormal pressure build-up inside the refrigerant cycle and a resultant explosion and personaly injury.
Use only parts supplied with the unit and specified supply parts for installation. The use of unauthorized parts may cause the leaking
of water or electricitly causing a danger of electric shock or a fire, a refrigerant leak, performance degradation, and control failures.
Do not open operation valves (either liquid or gas or both) until refrigerant piping, an air-tightness test and an air purge are completed.
When a leak of refrigerant gas occurs during piping work, stop brazing pipes and ventilate the room. Refrigerant gas, when it comes into
contact with bare fire, can generate a toxic gas.
When installation is completed, check for refrigerant gas leaks. If the refrigerant gas leaks indoors, it could come in contact with a fan
heater, burner, or hot plate, which could generate a poisonous gas.

CAUTION
Ground the equipment. Do not connect the ground wire to gas piping, water piping, a lightning rod, or telephone ground
wires. It grounding is not performed correctly electric shock could occur.
Depending on the installation location, a circuit breaker may need to be installed. It a circuit breaker is not installed, electric shock
may occur.
Please follow this manual faithfully in performing installation work. Improper installation work can cause abnormal vibrations and
noise generation.
Do not install the equipment in areas where there is danger of flammable gas leaks. It such gas does leak it could collect around the
units and cause a fire.
Install the drain piping in accordance with the installation manual so that it properly discharges waste water and is maintained at a
temperature that prevents condensation.
Do not install the outdoor unit where winds from its fan blow directly onto a plant, etc. Winds can affect adversely to the plant, etc.
Secure a space for inspection and maintenance as specified in the manual. An insufficient space can result in an accident such as
a fall from the installation point and a resultant personal injury.
When the outdoor unit is installed on a roof or at an elevated point, provide permanent ladders and handrails along the access route
and fences and handrails around the outdoor unit.
In tightening a flare nut, use a double spanner and observe the specified tightening torque. Care must be taken so as not to overtighten a nut and damage the flare part. (Please refer to the tightening torque) The loosening or damage of the flare part can cause
a refrigerant gas leak and a resultant lack-of-oxygen accident.
Please dress the refrigerant piping with a heat insulation material for prevention of dew condensation. Improper heat insulation for
prevention of dew condensation can cause the leaking or dripping of water and a resultant soaking of household effects.
When refrigerant piping is completed, check its air-tighteness with nitrogen gas to make sure it does not have a leak. A leak of
refrigerant gas in a narrow room beyond the safety limit concentration can cause a lack-of oxygen accident.
If the humidity exceeds 80% or the drain or piping become clogged, condensation from the indoor unit could drip and cause damage.
Please do not install the indoor units above items of furniture, etc. that you do not want to get wert. Also, do not place items that you
do not want to get wet underneath the indoor units.

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(1) Installation of indoor unit


(a) Ceiling recessed compact type (FDTC)
(i)

Selection of installation location


1) Select location where the space above ceiling is larger than those mentioned below and perfect draining can be assured.
2) With the customers consent, select a location with following suitable conditions.
a) Where cool air or hot air can easily pass through.
If the height of the location exceeds 3 m, hot air will gather in the ceiling. Suggest to the customer to also install a
circulator.
b) Where water can be completely drained. A sloping location for drainage.
c) Where there are no wind disturbances to the air return air supply, where the fire alarm will not be set off erroneosly,
where no air circulation short circuits occur.
d) Where there is no direct sunlight.
e) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.
Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material on the main unit, piping and drain pipes.
3) Consider the supporting strength of the location. If the strength is not sufficient to sustain the unit weight, use reinforcing
materials.
Installation space
(ii) Installation space for unit
(mm)
1,000 or more
a) When a sufficient interval cannot be secured
between the unit and a wall or another unit,
shut up diffusers on that port to block air
supply and make sure that no air short1,000
or more
circuiting is occurring. (A air supply port
blocking material is available as an optional
part)
Obstacle
Do not use the unit in the Lo wind mode,
Note (1) This shows the installation interval dimensions between units
when air is blown into two or three directions.
centered on the units.

1,000 or more

660 (Ceiling hole size)

Unit:mm

A
Decorative Panel

530 Suspension bolts pitch


348
321

530 Suspension bolts pitch

64

541

Control
box

Drain hose
(Accessories)
(Installed at site)

Suspension bolts
(M10 or M8)

Opening for
exit wiring

140
60

Hole

Lug for
suspension bolts

100

VIEW A

35

197
137
45 or more

48

Drain
(Connectable with VP25)

93
196
248

Gas piping
22,28:9.52
36,45,56:12.7

570
323
144

200

100

Liquid piping
6.35

413
700

223

115

190

Air return
grille

Air supply

208 -

Holes for
tapping screws
6-4

140

185

(iii) Suspension
Please arrange four sets of a suspension bolt (M10 or M8), a nut matching the bolt, a flat washers and a spring washer at
the installation site.
When suspended from the ceiling
1) This unit is designed for installation on a 2 2 grid ceiling.
If necessary, please detach the T bar temporarily before you install it.
When it is installed on a ceiling other than 2 2 grid ceiling, please do not fail to provide an inspection port on the

control box side.


2) Determine the positions of suspension bolts (530 530).
3) Use four suspension bolts, each fastened in such a manner that it can withstand pull force of 490N.
4) Make suspension bolts to the length that leaves approximately 45mm of them above the ceiling. In hoisting the unit
main body in, temporarily fasten the four lower nuts of the suspension bolts approx. 93 mm from the ceiling and the
four upper nuts at positions sufficiently far from the lower nuts so that they may not hamper installation work when
the unit is hoisted in or the height is adjusted.
5) Put in the unit on an angle.
Control box

Drainage
Suspension
bolt
Nut

Refrigerant piping
Indoor
unit

T-bar

Ceiling
panel

Washer
Spring washer

Level gauge

Use level gauges as


reference,
adjust the bottom to
the face of the ceiling

30

Use level gauges as


reference,
adjust the bottom to
the face of the ceiling

30

6) After hoisting in the unit, attach level gauges supplied as accessories and determine the unit position (height). To adjust height,
use the four lower nuts with the four upper nuts left loose. Please
make sure that the units four hanging fixtures touch the four
lower nuts and washers evenly without any play.

Diffuser

Diffuser

T-bar
Ceiling panel

T-bar

Level gauge
(insulation)

Ceiling panel

When the ceiling panel comes below the T bar,


allgn the bottom of the level gauge to the lower
face of the ceiling panel.

Incorrect

Correct

Indoor
unit

Level gauge
(insulation)

Indoor
unit

Touch the lower nut and washer


without any play

Play is left between the fixture


and the lower nut and washer

7) Please make sure that the unit main body is installed levelly. Level must be checked with a level or
a clear hose filled with water. (A tolerable height difference at an end of the unit is eithin 3 mm)
8) After you have adjusted the height and level of the unit, fasten the four upper nuts to fix the unit.

Indoor unit
Hose

Note (1) Do not adjust the height with the upper nuts. It may cause deformation due to excessive force working on the unit main body, which can
result in such problems that you cannot attach the panel or noises are generated from the interfering fan.

When embedded into ceiling


1) Determine the positions of hanging bolts (530 530).
The pitch center of a suspension bolt must accord with the center of the unit.
2) Use four suspension bolts, each fastened in such a manner that it can withstand pull force of 490N.
3) Fix the unit as per (iii) 5) and 7) above.
Note (1): When a suspension bolt exceeds 1.3 m in length, use an M10 bolt and give it reinforcements such as braces.

(iv) Drain Piping


1) Glue the drain hose supplied as an accessory and a VP-25 joint before
lifting the unit.
2) The drain hose is to provide a buffer to absorb a slight dislocation of the
unit or the drain piping during installation work. If it is subject to abuse
such as being bent or pulled deliberately, it may break, which will result
in a water leak.
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209 -

Pipe cover (large)


[for insuation]
(accessory)

Joint for VP-25


(not included)

Indoor
unit
Drain hose
Clamp (accessory)
Adhesion
(accessory)
Drain socket No adhesive allowed
Pipe cover (small)
[for insuation]
(accessory)

VP25
(not included)
Pipe cover
[for insuation]
(not included)

Stepped
Drain socket part

Suspension
bolts

Drain hose

1.5 m ~ 2 m

Insulation Descending slope


material greater than 1/100

No bump
Air vent

No trap
Not
touching
the water

Trapped air will


generate noises.

As wide as possible
(about 100 mm)

Descending slope
greater than 1/100

VP30

295 ~ 325 mm
Drain hose

100 mm or less

600 mm or less

3) Care must be taken so as not to allow an adhesive to run into the drain hose.
When it is hardened, it can cause a breakage of a flexible part, if the flexible
part receives stress.
4) Use VP-25 general-purpose hard PVC pipes for drain piping.
5) Insert the drain hose supplied as an accessory (soft PVC end) to the stepped
part of the units drain socket and then fasten it with the clamp also supplied as
an accessory.
6) Adhesive must not be used.
a) Attach a VP-25 joint (to be procured locally) to joint it with the drain hose
(hard PVC end) and then attach a VP-25 (to be procured locally) to the joint.
b) Give the drain piping a descending grade (1/50-1/100) and never create a
bump to go over or a trap.
c) In connecting drain pipes, care must be taken so as not to apply force to the
unit side piping and fix the pipe at a point as close to the unit as possible.
d) Do not create an air vent under any circumstances.
e) When drain piping is implemented for more than one unit, provide a collecting main about 100 mm below the units drain outlets from which it
collects drain. Use a VP-30 or larger pipe for a collecting main.
f) Do not fail to provide heat insulation at the following two points because they
can cause dew condensation and a resultant water leak.
7) Drain socket
After a drain test is completed, apply a pipe cover (small: accessory) onto the
drain socket, cover the pipe cover (small), the clamp and part of the drain hose
with a pipe cover (large: accessory) and wrap it with a tape completely without
leaving any gaps.
(Cut pipe covers into appropriate shapes)
8) Hard PVC pipes laid indoor
a) Since a drain pipe outlet can be raised up to 600 mm from the ceiling, use
elbows, etc. to install drain pipes, if there are obstacles preventing normal
drain pipe arrangement. When the drain pipe is raised at a point far from a
unit, it can cause an overflow due to a back flow of drain upon stoppage, so
arrange piping to keep the dimensions specified in the illustration shown on
the left.
b) Install the drain pipe outlet where no odor is likely to be generated.
c) Do not lead the drain pipe into a ditch where the generation of harmful gas
such as sulfuric gas or flammable gas is expected. A failure to observe this
instruction may cause such harmful or flammable gas to flow into the room.

Joint for VP-25


(not included)

Drainage test
q Check that water is draining thoroghly during test run, and that there are no water leaks from the joints and the drain pan.
w The test has to be performed even if the unit is installed in the season when the unit is used for heating.
e In a new house, perform the test before the ceiling is fitted.
Put the tip of the feed water pump
Using a water pump, pour about 1000 cc of water to the drain pan through
in the drain pan of the unit body
the supply outlet.
Check the transparent drain-out section of the drain hose for normal flow of
drainage.
* While observing the noise from the drain motor, test drain operation.
Take off the drain plug to release the water. After the water is drained, place
the drain pulg back where it was..
* Be careful not to get splashed when pulling the drain plug.
Drain plug

Forced drain pump operation


S Set up from a unit side.
q Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump operates continuously.
w After the test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.
(When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet and check leaks and
drain connections of the pipe)
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210 -

S Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a recomte controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps
described below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation.
q Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
w Press the

button once while

SELECT ITEM
TEST RUN

SET

TEST RUN

is displayed, and cause DRAIN PUMP

to be displayed.

e When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
Display: DRAIN PUMP RUN

STOP

2. To cancel a drain pump operation.


q If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump operation will stop.
The air conditioning system will become OFF.
(v) Panel installation
1) Accessories (It is attached to the panel)
1

Hook

1 piece

Chain

2 piece

Screw

4 piece

For hoisting the panel

Screw

1 piece

For attaching a hook

Screw

2 piece

For attaching a chain

For fixing temporarily

2) Make sure that the unit main body is positioned at the correct height and the opening on the ceiling is made to the correct
dimensions with the level gauge supplied with the main body.
Remove the level gauge before you attach the panel.
3) Screw in two bolts out of the four supplied with the panel by about slightly less than 5mm. ( mark A, B) [Figure 1]
Control box
Drain hose side

Piping side

[Figure 2]

[Figure 1]
4) Attach the hook supplied with the panel to the main body with the hook fixing screw (1 screw). [Figure 2]
5) Open the air return grille.
6) Please remove the screw of a corner panel and remove a corner panel. (four places) [Figure 3]
Corner panel

Screw

[Figure 3]
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211 -

7) A panel is hooked on two bolts ( mark A, B) [Figure 4]

A
A

[Figure 5]
[Figure 4]

8) Please rotate a hook, put in the slot on the panel, and carry out fixing the panel temporarily. [Figure 5]
9) Tighten the two bolts used for fixing the panel temporarily and the other two.
10) Please open the lid of a control box.
11) Like drain pump wiring, please band together by the clamp and put in louver motor wiring into a control box. [Figure 6]
12) Please connect a louver motor connector. [Figure 6]
Drain pump connector

Louver motor connector


Clamp

Wire intake
Louver motor wiring

[Figure 6]

13) Attach two chains to the air return grille with two screws. [Figure 7]

Chain

[Figure 7]

Chain

14) Replace the corner panels. Please also close a chain with a screw together then.
15) Close the air return grille.

212 -

(b) Ceiling recessed type (FDT)


(i) Selection of installation location
1) Select location where the space above ceiling is larger than those mentioned
Space above ceiling (h)
Model
below and perfect draining can be assured.
FDT28, 36, 45, 56, 71
Over 290mm
2) With the customers consent, select a location with following suitable condiOver 315mm
FDT90
tions.
Over 385mm
FDT112, 140
a) Where cool air or hot air can easily pass through.
If the height of the location exceeds 3 m, hot air will gather in the ceiling. Suggest to the customer to also install a
circulator.
b) Where water can be completely drained. A sloping location for drainage.
c) Where there are no wind disturbances to the air return and air supply, where the fire alarm will not be set off erroneosly,
where no air circulation short circuits occur.
d) Where there is no direct sunlight.
e) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.
Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material to the main unit, piping and drain pipes.
3) Consider the supporting strength of the location. If the strength is not sufficient to sustain the unit weight, use reinforcing
materials.
(ii) Installation space for unit
Installation space
1,000 or more
a) When a sufficient interval cannot be secured between the unit
and a wall or another unit, shut up diffusers on that port to
block air supply and make sure that no short-circuiting is oc1,000
or more
curring. (A air supply port blocking material is available as
an optional part)
Do not use the unit in the LO wind mode, when air is blown
Obstacle
into two or three directions.
Note (1) This shows the installation interval dimensions between
units centered on the units.
b) When the unit has 2500 mm or less clearance, attach a fan
guard (option part) on the intake side of the fan.

2,500 or more

Outside air
opening for
ducting

860~890(Ceiling hole size)


780(Suspension bolts pitch)

Unit:mm

675(Suspension bolts pitch)

Control box

420

422

637

Gas pipe connecting port

Liquid pipe connecting port

Drain line connecting port

Hole for wiring

Suspension bolt

Outside air opening for ducting

Outlet air opening for ducting

Model

267
332

310

Drain hose
(Accessories)
(Installed at site)
840

137

35

45 or more

95

Lug for
suspension bolts

187

Control box

213 -

FDT 28~71 212


212
FDT 90

270

FDT 112, 140 269

365

295

(iii) Suspension
Please arrange four sets of a suspension bolt (M10 or M8), a nut matching the bolt, a flat washers and a spring washer at
the installation site.
When suspended from the ceiling
1) Cut and opening of 860~890.
In cutting an operating on the ceiling, use the units cardboard container for shipment as a reference of the size of
opening.
The center of the opening on the ceiling must accord with the center of the unit.
2) Determine the positions of suspension bolts (675780).
3) Use four suspension bolts, each fastened in such a manner that it can withstand pull force of 490N.
4) Make suspension bolts to the length that leaves approximately 70 mm of them above the ceiling.
5) After hoisting in the unit, attach level gauges supplied as accessories and determine the unit position (height).

Fix the level gauge in alignment


10~25 with this face of supply air grill.

Refrigerant piping

Main
body

33~38

Suspension
bolt

Drain

Nut
Washer
Spring
Washer

Adjust so that level gauge surface and


the lower surface of ceiling are in matching.

Supply air grill

Ceiling
member Level gauge (insulation)
Level gauge

6) Use a transparent tube with water filled inside to check the level of the unit. (A tolerable height difference at an end of the
unit is within 3 mm)

Indoor unit
Hose

When embedded into ceiling


1) Determine the positions of suspension bolts (675780).
The pitch center of a suspension bolt must accord with the center of the unit.
2) Use four suspension bolts, each fastened in such a manner that it can withstand pull force of 490N.
3) In cutting an opening on the ceiling, use the units cardboad container for shipment as a reference of the size of opening.
4) Fix the unit as per 5) and 6) above.
The units cardboard container for shipment can be used to cover the indoor unit.
Note (1): When a hanging bolt exceeds 1.3 m in length, use an M10 bolt and give it reinforcements such as braces.

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(iv) Drain Piping


1) Drain piping should always be in downhill decline (1/50 ~ 1/100) and avoid riding across and elevation or making traps.
Good piping
Suspension
bolts

Improper piping
Avoid riding across an elevation

1.5 m ~ 2 m
Air vent

Keep free from traps


Do not pipe under water

Heat
A downhill grade
insulation of 1/100 or more

700 mm or less

2) When connecting the drain pipe to unit, pay sufficient attention not to apply excess force to the piping on the unit side.
Also, fix the piping at a point as close as possible to the unit.
Size
different Drain hose
3) For drain pipe, use hard PVC general purpose pipe VP-25(I.D.1)
Drain socket part
which can be purchased locally. When connecting, insert a PVC pipe
end securely into the drain socket before tightening securely using
VP25 joint
Pipe cover (large) (field purchased)
the attached drain hose and clamp. Adhesive must not be used con[for insuation]
(accessory)
nection of the drain socket and drain hose (accessory).
Indoor unit
4) When constructing drain piping for several units, position the comDrain hose
mon pipe about 100 mm below the drain outlet of each unit as shown
VP25
(accessory)
(field purchased)
Clamp
Adhesion
in the sketch. Use VP-30(11/4) or thicker pipe for this purpes.
Pipe cover
Drain socket (accessory)
[for insuation]
5) Be sure to provide heat insulation to hard PVC pipes of indoor placePipe cover (small)
(field purchased)
[for insuation]
ment.
(accessory)
6) Do not ever provide an air vent.
Secure the elevation as high as possible
7) The height of the drain head can be elevated up to a point 700 mm
(approx. 100 mm)
above the ceiling and, when an obstacle exisits in the ceiling space,
elevate the piping to avoid the obstacle using an elbow or corresponding gadget. When doing this, if the stretch for the needed height is
A downhill grade of
VP30
1/100 or more
too high, the back-flow quantity of drain at the event of interruption
of the operation gets too much and it may cause overflow at the drain
295 ~ 325 mm
100 mm or less
pan. Therefore, make the height of the drain pipe within the distance
given in the sketeh below.
Drain hose
8) Avoid positioning the drain piping outlet at a place where generation
of odor may be stimulated. Do not lead the drain piping direct into a
sewer from where sulfur gas may generate.
9) The purpose of drain hose is to absorb minute discrepancy of the unit
VP25 joint
(field purchased)
or the drain piping occurred when they are installed. Therefore, when
it is bent intentionally or used under expanded condition, it may be
damaged and result in water leakage.
Drainage test
1 Check that water is draining thoroghly during test run, and that there are no water leaks from the joints and the drain pan.
2 The test has to be performed even if the unit is installed in the season when the unit is used for heating.
3 In a new house, perform the test before the ceiling is fitted.
Put the tip of the feed water pump
Using a water pump, pour about 1000 cc of water to the drain pan through
in the drain pan of the unit body
the supply outlet.
Check the transparent drain-out section of the drain hose for normal flow of
drainage.
* While observing the noise from the drain motor, test drain operation.
Take off the drain plug to release the water. After the water is drained, place
the drain plug back where it was..
* While observing the noise from the drain motor, test drain operation.
Drain plug

Forced drain pump operation


S Set up from a unit side.
1 Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump operates continuously.
2 After the test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.
(When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet and check leaks and
drain connections of the pipe)

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S Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a remote controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps
described below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation.
1 Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
2 Press the

button once while

SELECT ITEM
TEST RUN

SET

TEST RUN

is displayed, and cause DRAIN PUMP

to be displayed.

3 When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
Display: DRAIN PUMP RUN

STOP

2. To cancel a drain pump operation.


1 If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump operation will stop.
The air conditioning system will become OFF.
(v) Panel installation
1) Accessories
Name

Quantity

Air inlet grille

Air filter

Suspension bolts

Remarks

For panel installation

2) Confirm the units installation level.


Make sure from the level gauge (insulation) packed
Fix the level gauge in aligament
with this face of supply air grill.

with the air conditioner unit that the installation


height of the unit and the dimensions of the open-

10~25

33~38

ing in the ceiling are correct.


Confirm the installation level of the air conditioner
unit and ceiling material.
Affix the level gauge included with the air conditioner unit and fix the units installation height.

Adjust so that level gauge surface and


the lower surface of ceiling arc in machine.

Remove the level gauge before installing the unit.


The units installation height can be minutely ad-

Ceiling
member

Supply air grill

Level gauge (instulation)

justed by means of the corner openings after the


panel is installed. (For details, see 6) Installing
the Panel.)
Note (1) : If the installation level of the air conditioner unit and ceiling material exceed the proper range, it will cause an undue load to be borne during
installation of the panel and could cause damage.

3) Unit installation direction and panel and air return grille direction
(a)

The unit and panel installation orientation is directional.


Match up the outlet (small) parts with the refrigerant piping direction.
Make sure of the motor and switch connector connection directions. (For details, see 6) Installing the Panel.)

(b)

The panel and air return grille installation orientation is not directional.
If you are changing the direction of the air return grille, change the panels striker installation position to the Pull
character position direction on the surface of the grille.

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4) Removing the air return grille


1 Raise up the notched portion of the air return grille and open it.
2 With the air return grille open, remove the air return grille hinge from the decorator panel.
5) Removing the corner panel
Take out the screw in the corner, then lift up the corner panel in the arrow direction and remove it.

Screws

Corner panel

6) Panel installation
1 Screw in lightly 2 of the 4 air conditioner unit suspension bolts in opposite corners from each other by about 5 mm.
(Fasten the drain piping side and the opposite corner temporarily.)
2 Hang the panel on the two suspension bolts to install it temporarily.
3 Install the two remaining suspension bolts and tighten all four of the bolts.
Notes (1) : If the suspension bolts are not tightened sufficiently, it
could cause the following trouble, so tighten the bolts
securely.

Note (2) : If there is still a gap between the ceiling and the decorator
panel even after the suspension bolts are tightened, readjust
the height of the indoor unit.

Air leakage
Air leakage at ceiling

Dirt collects

Adjust so there is no gap.

Condensation forms,
condensation drips

Note (3) : The units installation height can be minutely adjusted with the decorator panel as is as long as the indoor unit is level and drain piping are
not affected.

Carry out minute adjustments by turning the indoor units


nut using a spanner or similar tool from the corner opening.

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4 Connect the (white, 5p) louver motor connector.


5 Place each of the connectors inside the con-

1 2

trol box.

Air supply (small)

Note (1) : If the air supply louver does not operate using the remote controller, check the
connectors connection, then turn the main
power supply OFF for 10 seconds or longer
and turn the power ON again.

Drain plug
4
1 2

Striker
Refrigerant
piping

Air screen

Drain piping

Screw

Air supply (small)

7) If the vertical air-flow direction is fixed


This decorator panel is designed so that you can fix the vertical air-flow direction at each air outlet to match the
environment at your installation location. Set it as required by the customer. Furthermore, when the vertical air-flow
direction is fixed, remote control operation and all automatic controls are disabled. The actual setting may also differ
from the LCD display in the remote controller.
1 Turn off the main power supply (turn it off at the ground fault circuit breaker).
2 Disconnect the connector to the louver motor at the air outlet you want to fix the position of.
Wrap vinyl electrical tape around the disconnected connector to insulate it.
3 Slowly move the vertical air-flow louver you want to fix the position of by hand and set the vertical air-flow
direction so that it is within the range shown in the table below.

Louver motor

Louver

L
L

<Setting Range>
Connector
Louver motor

Vertical air-flow
direction criterion

Horizontal 30

Downward 70

L Dimension (mm)

36.5

22.5

* It can be set anywhere desires as long as it is within a range of 22.5 and 36.5 mm.
Note (1) : Do not set the position outside this range.
Doing so causes condensate to drip and to form as well as dirtying of the ceiling surface, and could cause abnormal operation.

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8) Corner panel installation


1 Hook the corner panel strap to the pin on the decorator panel as shown in the figure.
2 Insert part a on the corner panel in part A on the decorator panel, then fit the 2 claws and fasten the corner panel screw.

Pin
Pin
A

a
Screw
Claws

9) Installing the air return grille


Install the air return grille by following the removal procedure (item 4) in reverse order.
Note (1) : Match up the installation position of the panels striker and the Pull character position direction on the surface of the grille. If these do not
match, the striker could be damaged.

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(c) 2-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTW)


Selection of installation location
1) This unit is a ceiling surface direct return air and direct supply air type.
Install the unit a place the allows air to reach every part of the room, in accordance with the shape and heigh of the room.
Installation space

Unit : mm

100
or
more

1,000 or more

(i)

100
or
more

1,500
or
more

3,000 or more (1)

1,500
or
more

Note (1) This shows the installation interval dimensions between units.

2) This unit permits connecting a branch duct (200 mm) according to the method shown in the figure below so that air
disribution may be improved to the shape of the room. (For the connecting port of the duct, refer to the exterior dimension
on page 78 ~ 80.)
200 mm

Air interruption

3) Cold air throw

Unit : m

Models
FDTW28, 45, 56

FDTW71, 90

FDTW112

FDTW140

Item
Standerd

4.0

4.5

4.7

5.0

UHi

4.5

5.0

5.2

5.5

Note (1)

The cold air throw is the same in 2 directions.


Conditions:
1.Unit height: 3.0 m above the floor
2.Fan speed: Hi
3.Location: Freee space without obstacle
4.The throw is as the per the table above.
5.Air velocity at the throw: 0.3(m/s)

4) Places where cool or heated air circulates freely. When the installation height exceeds 3.0m, warmed air stays close to the
ceiling. In such cases, suggest your client users to install air circulators.
5) Places where perfect drainage can be prepared and sufficient drainage gradient is available.
6) Places free from air disturbances to the return air port and supply hole of the indoor unit, places where the fire alarm may
not malfunction to short circuit.
7) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.
Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material to the main unit, piping and drain pipes.

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8) Places exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants.)
Installation and use at such places will incur deteriorations in the performance or corrosion with the heat exchanger or
damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
9) Places where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas) or inflammable gas (thinner, gasoline, etc.) is generated or
remains.
Installation and use at such places will cause corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
10) Place adjacent to equipment generating electromagnetic waves or high-frquency waves such as in hospitals. Generated
noise may cause malfunctioning of the controller.
(ii) Preparations for installation
1) Ceiling hole and suspension bolt positions
a) The pattern sheet shrinks or expands as humidity changes, so check the actual size before use.
b) The ceiling hole sizes and suspension bolt sizes are shown in the following figure.

Ceiling hole size


Suspension bolt pitch

90

97

640

5
Center panel

Ceiling hole size

Control box

446
Suspension bolt pitch

97

40

Dimension table
  
Mark
Models

FDTW28, 45, 56

 





 





FDTW71, 90





 








FDTW112, 140














(iii) Installation
For the suspension bolt, use four M10 or W 3/8 bolts and secure so that each bolt can withstand a 490N pullout load.
Use a suspension bolt length that extends approximately 95 mm from the ceiling surface.

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A. If there is a ceiling
1) Open the hole in the installation location to the ceiling opening dimensions.
Outlet
port

2) Install the suspension bolts (procured locally) at the designated


Pattern paper

locations.
(Use care as the center of the spacing for the suspension bolts

Ceiling surface

is not at the center of the panel.)

Printed surface

Adjust the position of the indoor unit so that


the bottom surface of the pattern paper and
the bottom surface of the ceiling align.

3) Hang the unit, use the four bolts to mount the pattern
paper provided to the panel mounting section and adjust
the height.
4) Use a level or transparent hose with water in it to confirm that
the unit is level. If the unit is not level, problems such as water
leakage or improper operation of the float switch could occur.
5) After confirming the above, secure the unit in position.

Vinyl tube

Panel mounting position

<Panel mounting position>


B. If ceiling is to be installed later
1) Follow steps A2) to A4) in the previous section "A. If there is
a ceiling" to install the unit and mount the pattern paper.
2) When the ceiling is installed, the outer perimeter of the pattern paper can be referred to for making the opening in the
ceiling.
3) After checking the height and that the unit is level, secure the
unit in position.

<Pattern paper mounting configuration>


(iv) Drain piping
1) Drain piping should always be in a downhill grade (1/50-1/100) and avoid riding across an elevation or making traps.
Good piping
Suspension
bolts

Improper piping
Avoid riding across an elevation

1.5 m ~ 2 m
Air vent

Heat
insulation

Keep free from traps


Do not pipe under water.

A downhill grade
of 1/100 or more

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2) When connecting the drain pipe to the unit, pay suffcient attention not to apply excess force to the piping on the unit side.
Also, fix the piping at a point as close as possible to the unit.
3) For drain pipe, use hard PVC ganeral purpose pipe VP-25 (I.D.1'') which

Size different part


Drain hose

Drain socket

can be purchased locally. When connecting, insert a PVC pipe end securely into the drain socket before tightening securly using the attached
drain hose and clamp. Adhesive must not be used connection of the drain
socket and drain hose (accessory).

Pipe cover (large)[insulation]


(accessory

Joint for VP-25


(field procurement)

Indoor
unit
VP-25
Drain hose
(field procurement)
Drain socket Clamp
(accessory)(accessory)
Adhesion Pipe cover [insulation]
Pipe cover (small)[insulation]
(field procurement)
(accessory)

4) When constructing drain piping for several units, position the common pipe about 100mm below the drain outlet of each
unit as shown in the sketch below. Use VP-30 or thicker pipe for this pupose.
Secure the elevation as high as possible
(approx. 100 mm)

A downhill grade of
1/100 or more

VP30

5) Be sure to provide heat insulation to hard PVC pipes of indoor placement.


6) Do not ever provide an air vent.
7) The height of the drain head may be elevated up to a point 750mm above the ceiling and, when an obstacle exists in the
ceiling space, elevate the piping to avoid the obstacle using an elbow or corresponding gadget. When doing this, if the
stretch for the needed height is too high, the back-fiow quantity of drain at the time of interruption of the operation gets too
much and it may cause overflow at the drain pan. Therefore, make the height of the drain pipe within the distance given in
the drawing below.
295~325

100 mm or less

750 mm or less

Drain hose (accessory)

Joints for VP-25 (field procurement)

8) Avoid positioning the drain piping outlet at a place where generation of odor may be stimulated. Do not lead the drain
piping direct into a sewer from where sulfur gas may generate.
When using a natural drain port
1) Remove the heat insulating material and rubber plug of the natural drain port.
2) By using the natural drain connecting tube (option), connect the drain pipe (VP-20) and completely clamp it with a clamp.
Note (1) If the drain pipe is directly connected to the natural drain port, the drain pan becomes unremovable.

3) Disconnect the connector CNR (blue, 2P) for the drain motor.

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Note (1) If the connector remains connected, drain water is discharged from the standard pipe connecting port, leading to water leakage.

Clear flexible tubing (optional)

Hard vinyl chloride piping.


Heat General piping VP-20
insulation
Rubber plug
Remove

Natural drain port

CNR (Blue2P)
Control box

Drainage test
When using the standard drain port, execute a drainage test after completion of
electric work.
1 During the test run, make sure that drain flows properly through the piping
and that no water leaks from connections.
2 Be sure to conduct this test even when the unit is installed in the heating
season.
3 In case of a new building, conduct the test before it is furnished with the
ceiling.

Piping penetration cover


Insert the tip of the supply water pump approximately
50 mm in a downward direction.

1) Inject about 1,000cc by using a feed water pump from the grommet on the drain pump side.
2) At the drain port (transparent portion), check if drainage is performed.
3) After completion of the drain test, completely perform heat insulation fot the drain pipe up to the indoor unit.
Forced drain pump operation
Setup from a unit side.
1 Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump operates continuously.
2 After the test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.

When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet
and check for leaks and drain conditions of the pipe.

 Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a remote controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps described
below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation
1 Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
SELECT ITEM
SET
TEST RUN

2 Press the
button once while TEST RUN
is displayed, and cause DRAIN PUMP to be displayed.
3 When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
STOP
Display:DRAIN PUMP RUN
2. To cancel a drain pump operation.
1 If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump operation will stop.
The air conditioning system will become OFF.

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(d) Ceiling recessed single air supply port type (FDTQ)


(i)

Avoid the following locations for installation and uses


1) Locations where oil splashes and moisture are abundant (e.g., kitchens, mechanical workshops).
These locations may result in corrosion and lower performance of the heat exchanger and cause damage to plastic parts.
2) Locations with corrosive gases (such as sulfurous acid gas), flammable gases (such as thinners, gasoline) and areas where
there are possibilities of gas accumulation. These locations can result in corrosion of the heat exchanger and damage
plastic parts. Also, the flammable gas could cause a fire.
3) Locations near medical equipment radiating electromagnetic waves in hospitals or other facilities, and around appliances
emitting high frequencies. The electromagnetic noise may cause the controller to malfunction.
4) Locations exposed to sea breezes (seaside areas). Sea breezes may cause corrosion of the outer frame and the heat exchanger.

(ii) Installation space for the indoor unit


Unit : mm

Installation space

1
More than
1500

More than
100

More than
100

More than
1000

More than
100

Obstruction

Note (1)

1 shows the case of direct blow.

1) With the customers consent, select a suitable location according to the following conditions.
Where cool air or hot air can easily pass through.
If the height of the location exceeds 3 m, hot air will gather below the ceiling. Suggest to the customer to also install a
circulation fan.
Where wiring and plumbing to outdoor areas may easily be conducted.
Where water can be completely drained. A sloping location for drainage.
Where there is no wind disturbance to the air return and air suplly, the fire alarm will not be set off erroneously, and no
air short circuits occur.
Where there is no direct sunlight.
If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.
Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under

such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material on the main unit, piping and drain pipes.

2) Consider the supporting strength of the location. If the strength is not sufficient to sustain the unit weight, use reinforcing
materials.

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(iii) Suspending the unit


Use four (4) M10 or W3/8 suspension bolts. Secure them firmly so that each can withstand a pull-out load of 490N.
Adjust their length to approximately 40 mm from the ceiling.
For TQ-PSB-14W-ER panel

288

82

288
21
259

61

Control
box

273

Panel
Cente

269

Panel
Cente

E
21

21

269

Control
box

273

65

36

259

61

528(Suspension bolts pitch)

65

36

288

576(Suspension bolts pitch)

21

288

Unit : mm

740(Ceiling opening)
82

600(Ceiling opening)

Unit : mm
576(Suspension bolts pitch)

528(Suspension bolts pitch)

For TQ-PSA-14W-ER panel

1) When hanging from the ceiling


a) The panel has two types: for 2 2 grid ceiling and for conventional ceiling.
1 When installing on a 2 2 grid ceiling, put in the unit on an angle, or hang the unit with the T bar temporarily
removed.
When installing on a conventional ceiling, cut an installation opening (740 mm 600 mm) in the ceiling, and hang
the unit.
b) Set the suspension bolts (to be prepared at job site) in place.
c) Adjust the units height so that the bottom surface of the unit is on the same level as the ceiling (bottom surface of the
T bar). (The blow outlet is contained in the ceiling.)
The allowable difference in height between the bottom surface of the ceiling and that of the indoor unit is when the
indoor unit face is no higher than 5 mm.
Caution
Do not install the indoor unit lower than the bottom surface of the ceiling.
For TQ-PSA-14W-ER panel
T bar

For TQ-PSB-14W-ER panel

Ceiling
panel

Ceiling
plate

23

23

15

T bar

Adjust the indoor unit


position so that the bottom
surface of the indoor unit is
on the same level as the
ceiling.

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Adjust the indoor unit


position so that the bottom
surface of the indoor unit is
on the same level as the
ceiling's bottom surface.

d) Level the unit using a hose filled with water. If the unit is out of level, water leaks or malfunctioning of the floating
switch may occur.
Supply water
Indoor unit

PVC hose

e) After ensuring the above, secure the unit.


2) When embedded into ceiling
a) Install the unit following steps b) and c) of the above part 1).
b) When installing on a conventional ceiling, cut an installation opening (740 mm 600 mm) in the ceiling.
c) Check the installation height and level, and after that, secure the unit.
(iv) Drain piping
1) Drain piping should always be in a downhill grade (1/50-1/100) and avoid riding across an elevation or making traps.
Good piping
Suspension
bolts

Improper piping
1.5 m ~ 2 m

Avoid riding
across an elevation
Air vent

Heat
insulation

Keep free from traps


Do not pipe under water.

A downhill grade
of 1/100 or more

2) When connecting the drain pipe to the unit, pay suffcient attention not to apply excess force to the piping on the unit side.
Also, fix the piping at a point as close as possible to the unit.
Drain socket

3) For drain pipe, use hard PVC ganeral purpose pipe VP-25 (I.D.1'')

Size difference part


Drain hose

which can be purchased locally. When connecting, insert a PVC


pipe end securely into the drain socket before tightening securly
using the attached drain hose and clamp. Adhesive must not be
used connection of the drain socket and drain hose (accessory).

Pipe cover (large)[insulation]


(accessory

Joint for VP-25


(field procurement)

Indoor
unit
VP-25
Drain hose
(field procurement)
Drain socket Clamp
(accessory)
(accessory)
Adhesion Pipe cover [insulation]
Pipe cover (small)[insulation]
(field procurement)
(accessory)

4) When constructing drain piping for several units, position the common pipe about 100mm below the drain outlet of each
unit as shown in the sketch below. Use VP-30 or thicker pipe for this pupose.
Secure the elevation as high as possible
(approx. 100 mm)

A downhill grade of
1/100 or more

VP30

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5) Be sure to provide heat insulation to hard PVC pipes of indoor placement.


6) Do not ever provide an air vent.
7) The height of the drain head may be elevated up to a point 600mm above the ceiling and, when an obstacle exists in the
ceiling space, elevate the piping to avoid the obstacle using an elbow or corresponding gadget. When doing this, if the
stretch for the needed height is too high, the back-fiow quantity of drain at the time of interruption of the operation gets too
much and it may cause overflow at the drain pan. Therefore, make the height of the drain pipe within the distance given in
the drawing below.

Unit : mm
295~325

100 or less

600 or less

Drain hose (accessory)

Joints for VP-25 (field procurement)

8) Avoid positioning the drain piping outlet at a place where generation of odor may be stimulated. Do not lead the drain
piping direct into a sewer from where sulfur gas may generate.

(v) Drain test (Perform the drain test after the electrical wiring work has been finished.)
Check that water is draining thoroughly during the test run, and that there are no water leaks from the joints.
The test has to be performed even if the unit is installed in a season when the unit is used for heating.
In a new house, perform the test before the ceiling is fitted.
1) Remove the grommet, and using a water pump, pour about
1000cc of water, from the position shown in the left figure.
Caution
Remove grommet
Make sure to in stall
it back after test.

Piping
through cover

When pouring water, be sure to perform the drain pump


forced operation.
2) Check the drain-out section (transparent section) for nor-

Pull in the water pump hose approximately


50 mm with its end facing down.

mal flow of drainage.


3) Take off the drain plug to release the water. After water
release has been confirmed, replace the drain plug as it
was.

Indoor unit

Drain hose

* Be careful not to get splashed when pulling the drain


plug.

Water drainage may be checked


through the translucent socket.

4) After the drain test, thoroughly insulate the drain pipe,


up to the main unit.

Forced drain pump operation


Setup from a unit side.
Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump will operates continuously.
After the drain test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.

When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet
and check for leaks and drain conditions of the pipe.

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 Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a remote controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps described
below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation
1 Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
2 Press the

button once while

SELECT ITEM
TEST RUN

SET

TEST RUN

is displayed, and cause DRAIN PUMP

to be displayed.

3 When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
Display:DRAIN PUMP RUN
2. To cancel a drain pump operation.

STOP

1 If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump operation will stop.
The air conditioning system will become OFF.
(vi) Panel installation (Panel installing bolts are attached to the panel.)
1 Check that the indoor units height and opening dimensions in the ceiling are correct.
2 Check that level is ensured.
3 Open the air return grill.
4 Screw in two of the four suspension bolts attached to the panel, on the piping side and at its opposite angle, by a little less
than 5 mm ( marks).
5 Hook the panel into two of the suspension bolts to pre-install it.
With pre-installation is performed, first hook the panel to bolt A, then to bolt B while rotating the panel.
(Take care so that the unit does not rotate during pre-installation.)
6 Tighten the pre-installed suspension bolts and two remaining suspension bolts.
7 Attach the louver motor connector (white, 4P) and the limit switch connector (white, 2P).
8 Use the provided screws to tighten chains to the panel. Chain installing screws is contained in the same bag as suspension
bolts.
9 Close the air return grill. Now installation is complete.
0 When the louver motor does not operate with the remote control, check connections of the connectors, turn off the power
for more than 10 seconds and reset.

Chain

456

38

A
Piping
Chain

39

Connector
B

456
Control box

Rotation
direction

Panel installation position

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(vii) Indoor unit repair procedure for duct connection


1) Drill hole for duct
a) While referring to the following dimensions, notch the insulation. (The insulation is equipped with the marks in
advance.)
b) Cut joints for the hole, and drill hole.
c) Connect the duct joint using screws attached to the panel.

Unit : mm
[Upward]

120

120

Cut.

45 40 40

27

Outlet

155

100

80

37

27

40 40 45

20

150

30

150

150

490

20
30

d) Connect the bottom plate using screws attached to the panel.

Duct joint

Bottom plate

Control box

e) Blower fan tap switch


The following two methods are available in switching the blower
       

     
fan tap. Switch to the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
q Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.
w By means of function setting from the remote control Function number A Function description B
Setting C

unit, set the setting c of I/U FUNCTION


Hi CEILING SET
Hi CEILING 1
01
(indoor unit function) to Hi CEILING 1 (high-speed
tap) as shown right.
For the details of operating procedures, please refer to the installation manual of your remote control unit.
f) LOUVER switch disabled setting
By means of function setting from the remote
control unit, set the setting c of
FUNCTION

 
A



(remote control unit function)


  B

 


 C



INVALID (LOUVER switch


to
disabled) as shown right.
For the details of operating procedures, please refer to the installation manual of your remote control unit.

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2) Duct work
a) Calculate air flow volume and the outside static pressure to select the ducts length and shape, and air supply outlet.
Caution
Take care that the outside static pressure does not exceed 30 Pa.
The unit has condensation owing to the decrease in air capacity, possibly causing the ceiling and household goods to
become wet.

Indoor unit of
air conditioner

Keep warm.
Seiling
surface
Blow outlet

Blow duct
(marketed item)

Suction
panel

b) Reduce the number of bends as much as possible. (Corner R should be as large as possible.)
Bad example

Bad example

Good example

(Piping side)

c) Connecting the air return duct

Outside air intake


at the side
Outside air intake
at the rear

d) Outside air intake


Use the intake, which is easier for work, either at the rear or the side.
e) Duct connection
Connect the 125 mm diameter round duct, using the air return/supply duct flange separately sold (for connecting the
125 mm diameter round duct). (Band clamp)
Keep the duct warm to protect from condensation.
f) Checking of indoor unit installation level
q There are two kinds of panel, which are TQ-PSA-14W-ER panel and TQ-PSB-14W-ER panel. When installing to
the existing ceiling, check that opening dimensions in the ceiling are correct.
Check the installation level of the air-conditioner indoor unit and the ceiling members.
w Adjust the air-conditioner indoor unit height so that the under surface of the indoor unit and the under surface of the
ceiling agree with each other. (The air supply port shall be housed in the ceiling.)
e The allowable height difference between the under surface of the ceiling and the under surface of the indoor unit is
less than 5 mm upward shift of the indoor unit.
Do not install the indoor unit lower than the bottom surface of the ceiling.

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For TQ-PSA-14W-ER panel

For TQ-PSB-14W-ER panel

Ceiling
plate

T bar

23

23

15

Adjust the indoor unit


position so that the bottom
surface of the indoor unit is
on the same level as the
ceiling.

Adjust the indoor unit


position so that the bottom
surface of the indoor unit is
on the same level as the
ceiling's bottom surface.

g) Panel installation
1 Insert a flat head screw driver, etc. into the slot on the air supply port cover of the panel to remove the cover from the
panel.
2 Open air return grill.
3 Screw in two of the four suspension bolts attached to the panel, on the piping side and at its opposite angle, by a little
less than 5 mm (marks).
4 Hook the panel into two of the suspension bolts to pre-install it.
With pre-installation is performed, first hook the panel on the bolt A Then to the bolt B .While rotating the panel.
(Take care so that the unit does not rotate during pre-installation.)
5 Tighten the pre-installed suspension bolts and tow remaining suspension bolts.
6 Use the provided screws to tighten chains to the panel. Chain installing screws is contained in the same bag as
suspension bolts.
7 Close the air return grill. (Check whether the chain is installed securely.)
8 Push the air supply cover into place from the bottom of the panel, and fit it as it was.
Check that the air supply cover is securely fitted and does not fall.

8
1

Grooves

Chain

Piping

Chain

B
3

5
2

Control box

Rotation
direction

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Air supply port cover

(e) 1-way outlet ceiling recessed type (FDTS)


Preparation of indoor unit
It can be installed by either one of the following methods. Select the most adequate method for your particular case.
A Standard installation
100mm
or less

Ceiling

100mm
or less

3m ~ 4m

2.4m ~ 3m

Ceiling

Installation example and


limitation

B Higher ceiling

Floor

Floor
Note (1) In the case of installing on the high ceiling, part of indoor unit requires some modification.

Procedures of rework
Installation on higher ceiling
Adhere the insulation materials attached to the direct blow panel on the blow outlet of indoor unit.

Blow outlet

Insulation materials

(i)

Selection of installation location


1) Where cool and hot air will be distributed sufficiently.
Where the installation heigh exceeds 3m, warmed air is likely to concentrate close to the ceiling. In such case, you should
install also a circulator.

Reference

Cold air throw


Unit : m
Item

Reaching distance
Standard

Models

Higher ceiling
7

All models

[ Conditions ] 1. Unit heigh


Standard ceiling: 2.4~3.0(m) above floor

Higher ceiling: 3.0~4.0(m) above floor

2. Kind of operation: Hi
3. Place: Free space without obstruction;
4. Reaching distance means the horizontal distance for the wind to reach the floor.
5. Wind velocity at the reaching distance: 0.5m/s
Note (1) Wind capacity is UHi in case of a higher ceiling. It is value of Hi for other cases.

2) Where the ceiling has sufficient rigidity.


3) Where there is no obstacles in front of the suction intel and blow outlet.
4) It should be avoided such places as kitchen, machine factory, etc. where there profuse liquid splashes or thick steam.
5) Where the height of ceiling exceeds 200mm.

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6) Where a space as shown below can be secured.

100
or more

1000
or more

200
or more

Unit : mm

100 or more

Obstacle
Floor

7) It should be avoided where a machine generating high frequency waves is installed.


8) Select a place to branch the piping so that same distance will be a obtained for each of one way piping.
9) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.
Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material to the main unit, piping and drain pipes.
10) Where it is convenient for the piping and wiring to the outdoor.
11) Where protected from direct exposure to sun beams.
12) Where it is free from volatile gas generation.
(ii) Standard Iocation
1) Installation
a) Ceiling hole size and position of suspension bolt

30

(Suspension bolt pitch)

(Panel dimensions)

(Ceiling hole size)


770

(Air outlet)

(Ceiling ~
panel lap
dimensions)

40
600

(Piping connection side)

(Suspension bolt pitch)


710

Unit : mm

30
(Ceiling ~ panel lap
dimensions)

(Ceiling hole size)


(Panel dimensions)

Unit : mm
Models
FDTS22, 28, 36, 45
FDTS71

Mark

990
1250

1230
1440

1290
1500

180
145

100 mm
or less

b) Length of fixed suspension bolt (customer orderd parts M10)


[Reference] Suspension bolt pitch is adjustable within + 10mm in sidewise direction. Since there is no adjustment
allowance in back and forth direction, determine the position exactly with a measure. (Lap margin between
ceiling and panel is 30mm.)

Suspension bolt
(M10)

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Unit

c) Fixing of Suspension bolt. Fix the bolts securely as shown below or by any other adequate means.

Insert

Hole-in anchor bolt


Hole-in plug

Concrete

Suspension
bolt, M10

d) Installation
Drain pump box

Unit

Duct connection opening


for blowing through
lowered ceiling.
Suspension fixture (4 places)

Procedures
1 Install nuts on the Suspension bolts at onside. Suspension the suspension fixtures on the Suspension bolts first and then insert the
remaining fixtures on the remaining Suspension bolts at and lock them with nuts.
2 Since the indoor unit and the panel height cannot be adjusted, adjust the height using an attached pattern before fixing the indoor unit.

Ceiling board

Panel mounting hole

Pattern
securing
screw
(attached)

Pattern

Detail - Section A

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25

Using the external dimensions shown


on the pattern as a guide, cut out an
opening on the ceiling board.

Check of levelness
Check the levelness as follows. Use a level gauge or adjust the levelness with the following method.
Adjust the bottom of indoor unit and the water
level as shown below.
Piping side
Supply water
Water level
0~3 mm
PVC hose

Slightly lower the piping side

2) Drain pipe
a) Set the drain pipe as a declining gradient (1/50 ~ 1/100) and avoid to cross an over-hand ridge or to allow a trap on the way.
Good piping

Improper piping

Support fixture

1.5m~2m

Crossing
over-hang ridge
Air bleed

Declining gradient
1/100 or more

Trap

Insulation
materials

b) When connecting the drain pipe to the unit, pay suffcient attention not to apply excess force to the piping on the unit
side. Also, fix the piping at a point as close as possible to the unit.
c) For drain pipe, use hard PVC ganeral purpose pipe VP-25 (I.D.1'') which
Size different part
Drain socket
can be purchased locally. When connecting, insert a PVC pipe end
Drain hose
securely into the drain socket before tightening securly using the attached drain hose and clamp. Adhesive must not be used connection of
the drain socket and drain hose (accessory).
Pipe cover (large)[insulation]
(accessory

Joint for VP-25


(field procurement)

Indoor
unit
VP-25
Drain hose
(field procurement)
Drain socket Clamp
(accessory)
(accessory)
Adhesion Pipe cover [insulation]
Pipe cover (small)[insulation]
(field procurement)
(accessory)

d) When there are plural number of drain pipes, arrange to position the converging pipe at about 100mm below the drain
outlet as shown below. Use a pipe of VP-30 or higher for the converging pipe.

Should be as high as possible.


(Approx. 100 mm)

Declining gradient 1/100 or more VP-30

e) Make sure to provide the thermal insulation for the hard vinyl chloride pipe and drain socket provided indoor.

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f) Air bleed should not be provided in any event.


When it is necessary to raise the drain head, the limitation is up to 600mm below the bottom face of ceiling where the
unit is installed. The distance is the dimension of the pipe which is installed perpendicularly from a point close to the
output for drain pipe connection.
Unit : mm
295~325

600 or less

Drain hose (accessory)

Joints for VP-25 (field procurement)

Drain test
[Perform this before installing the ornament panel]
Perform this upon completion of electrical work.
Gradually introduce 2,000~3,000cc of water as shown below.
Drain piping connection port

Fill from outlet port

Pour water into a convex joint

If the electrical work has not been completed, connect a convex joint
in the drain pipe connection to provide a water inlet.
Then, check if water leaks from the piping system and that drain flows
through the drain pipe normally.

Connect the remote control switch and set to cooling operation. The drain pump will operate with the compressor on.
Test whether or not the water is draining while listening to the operating sounds of the electric motor for the drain water.
Indoor
unit

Check the drainage condition by using the transparent socket.

Drain hose (provided)

Check that water is draining smoothly and that there is no water dripping from the connections or other areas.
Forced drain pump operation
Setup from a unit side.
1 Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump operates continuously.
2 After the test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.

When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet
and check leaks and drain conditions of the pipe.

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 Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a remote controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps described
below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation
1 Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
2 Press the

SELECT ITEM

button once while

TEST RUN

SET

TEST RUN

is displayed, and cause DRAIN PUMP

to be displayed.

3 When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
Display: DRAIN PUMP RUN
2. To cancel a drain pump operation.

STOP

1 If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump


operation will stop. The air conditioning system will become OFF.

Mounting the Panel


1 Open the air return grille and remove the air block panel from the inside. (Remove
Air block panel

the 2 screws.)

Approx. 15 mm

2 Mount the two (M5 x 35) panel mounting screws to the indoor unit

Detail of Section A

3 Hang the panel on the two mounting screws on the indoor unit by using the two shaped holes. Slide the panel approximately 10 mm.
Use the 5 panel mounting screws to secure the panel.
Sliding direction

4 Use the opening to connect the connectors for the louver motor and limit switches.

Opening

5 Reinstall the wind shield plate.

Connector

Ceiling opening

(iii) Installation on higher ceiling


Adhere the insulation materials on the blow outlet of the indoor unit. All others are same as the standard installation.
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Medium static pressure ducted type (FDQM)


Selection of installation location
1) Avoid installation and use at those places listed below.
a) Places exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants).
Installation and use at such places will incur deteriorations in the performance or corrosion with the heat exchanger or
damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
b) Places where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas) or inflammable gas (thinner, gasoline, etc.) is generated or
remains. Installation and use at such places will cause corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in molded synthetic
resin parts.
c) Places adjacent to equipment generating electromagnetic waves or high-frequency waves such as in hospitals. Generated noise may cause malfunctioning of the controller.

2) Select places for installation satisfying the following conditions and, at the same time, obtain the consent on the part of
your client user,.
a) Places where chilled or heated air circulates freely. When the installation height exceeds 3m, warmed air stays close to
the ceiling. In such cases, suggest your client users to install air circulators.
b) Places where perfect drainage can be prepared and sufficient drainage gradient is available.
c) Places free from air disturbances to the return air port and supply hole of the indoor unit, places where the fire alarm
may not malfunction to short circuit.
d) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.

Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material to the main unit, piping and drain pipes.

3) Check if the selected place for installation is rigid enough to stand the weight of the unit.
Otherwise, apply reinforcement using boards and beams before starting the installation work.

Installation space

Unit : mm

700
600

Inspection port

890

(i)

100

(f)

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(ii) Suspension the Unit


Use four (4) M10 or W3/8 suspension bolts. Secure them firmly so that each can withstand a pull-out load of 490N.
Unit : mm
21

576 (Suspension bolt pitch)

21 528 (Suspension bolt pitch)

65
61

273
Control box
63

1) Adjust suspension bolts length to the following dimension.

Suspension bolt
M10 nut

M10 washer

Indoor unit

40mm or less

Indoor unit

M10 spring washer

2) Set the suspension bolts (to be prepared at job site) in place.


3) Level the unit using a level or a hose filled with water. If the unit is out of level, water leaks or malfunctioning of the
floating switch may occur.
Supply water
Indoor unit

PVC hose

4) After ensuring the above, secure the unit.


(iii) Duct installation
Supply air duct
(to be purchased locally)

Return air duct


(to be purchased locally)

Heat insulation
Indoor unit
Supply air port
(to be purchased locally)

Access door

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Return air port


with canvas duct
(to be purchased
locally)
Return air port
(to be purchased locally)

1) Calculate air flow volume and the outside static pressure to select the ducts length and shape, and air supply port.
Caution
Take care that the outside atatic pressure does not exceed 30 Pa. The unit has condensation owing to the decrease in air
capacity, possibly causing the ceiling and household goods to become wet.
2) The indoor unit is not provided with an air filter. Assemble it into the air return grill for which cleaning is easy.
3) Make the duct the shortest in length.
Bad example

Bad example

Good example

4) Make the bend radius large


5) When connecting the indoor unit to the duct flange of the blow outlet, attach the insulation material to the fixed portion to
protect it from condensation.
6) Conduct the duct work before ceiling attachment.
7) Make sure to keep the air return duct warm to protect it from condensation.
8) Install the air supply hole where air can flow all over the room.
9) Make sure to install the inspection opening in the ceiling. It is needed for the maintenance of electrical parts, the motor
and other parts.
(iv) Drain piping
1) Drain piping should always be in a downhill grade (1/50-1/100) and avoid riding across an elevation or making traps.
Improper piping

Good piping
Suspension
bolts

1.5 m ~ 2m

Avoid riding across an elevation


Air vent

Keep free from traps


Do not pipe under water

Heat
insulation

A downhill grade
of 1/100 or more

2) When connecting the drain pipe to the unit, pay suffcient attention not to apply excess force to the piping on the unit side.
Also, fix the piping at a point as close as possible to the unit.
Drain socket

3) For drain pipe, use hard PVC general purpose pipe VP-25

Size different part


Drain hose

which can be purchased locally. When connecting, insert


a PVC pipe end securely into the drain socket before tightening securely using the attached drain hose and clamp.

Pipe cover (large)[insulation]


(accessory)

Adhesive must not be used connection of the drain socket


and drain hose (accessory).

Joint for VP-25


(field procurement)

Indoor
unit
VP-25
(field procurement)
Drain hose
Clamp
Drain socket
(accessory) (accessory)
Pipe cover [insulation]
Pipe cover (small)[insulation]
Adhesion (field procurement)
(accessory)

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4) When constructing drain piping for several units, position the common pipe about 100 mm below the drain outlet of each
unit as shown in the sketch below. Use VP-30 or thicker pipe for this purpose.
Secure the elevation as high as possible
(approx. 100 mm)

A downhill grade of
1/100 or more

VP30

5) Be sure to provide heat insulation to hard PVC pipes of indoor placement.


6) Do not ever provide an air vent.
7) The height of the drain head may be elevated up to a point 600 mm from the bottom of unit and, when an obstacle exists
in the ceiling space, elevate the piping to avoid the obstacle using an elbow or corresponding gadget. When doing this, if
the stretch for the needed height is too high, the back-flow quantity of drain at the time of interruption of the operation gets
too much and it may cause overflow at the drain pan. Therfore, make the height of the drain pipe withing the distance
given in the drawing below.

Unit : mm
295 ~ 325
600
(local maximum
height of drain head)

Less than 100

Drain hose

Joints for VP-25

8) Avoid positioning the drain piping outlet at a place where generation of odor may stimulated. Do not lead the drain piping
direct into a sewer from where sulfur gas may generate.
(v) Drain test (Perform the drain test after the electrical wiring work has been finished.)
Check that water is draining thoroughly during the test run, and that there are no water leaks from the joints.
The test has to be performed even if the unit is installed in a season when the unit is used for heating.
In a new house, perform the test before the ceiling is fitted.
Forced drain pump operation
Setup from a unit side.
1 Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump operates continuously.
2 After the test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.

When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet
and check leaks and drain conditions of the pipe.

Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a remote controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps
described below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation
1 Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
2 Press the

SELECT ITEM

button once while

TEST RUN

3 When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
Display: DRAIN PUMP RUN

STOP

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SET

TEST RUN

is displayed, and cause [DRAIN PUMP

to be displayed.

2. To cancel a drain pump operation.


1 If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump operation will stop.
The air conditioning system will become OFF.

1) Remove the piping through cover, and using a water pump,


pour about 1000cc of water, from the position shown in
the left figure.
Caution
Remove grommet
Make sure to in stall
it back after test.

Piping
through cover

When pouring water, be sure to perform the drain pump


forced operation.
2) Check the drain-out section (transparent section) for nor-

Pull in the water pump hose approximately


50 mm with its end facing down.

mal flow of drainage.


3) Take off the drain plug to release the water. After water
release has been confirmed, replace the drain plug as it
was.

Indoor unit

* Be careful not to get splashed when pulling the drain

Drain hose

plug.
Water drainage may be checked
through the translucent socket.

4) After the drain test, thoroughly insulate the drain pipe,


up to the indoor unit.

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(g) High static pressure duct type (FDU)


(i)

Selection of installation location


1) Install the unit at a place as shown below and which meets the conditions as shown by the following table.

Front view
Slab

Unit : mm

Service
space

Top view

All Series

Min.
300

Min. 9 00
Min. 900 Inspection
hole
Installation space
(660 600)
Blowout

When the conditions as shown at


left cannot be met, following
alternative solution may be taken.

Plan view

All series

Inspection hole
Min. 400

(900 1730)

Piping space

Blowout

Min.
200

35

60

Front view shall be same


as shown at left.

35

900

Intake
Inspection hole
(660 600)

Ceiling

100

Intake

Air conditions, limitation of air volume


Air volume (m3/min)

Indoor unit return air temperature


Heating

Ambient temperature around


indoor unit

Rating

Lower limit

Upper limit

Cooling

224model

51

38

65

280model

68

51

87

Upper limit 26CWB


When outdoor temperature is 35C

Upper limit 27CDB


Dew point temperature below 23C
Outdoor temperature is below 20CWB

Lower limit 16.5CWB


When outdoor temperature is 15C

Lower limit 10CDB


Outdoor temperature is above 10CWB

For further details refer to the engineering data


which

2) Places where perfect drainage can be prepared and sufficient drainage gradient is available.
3) Places free from air disturbances to the air return and air supply of the indoor unit.
4) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.

Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material to the main unit, piping and drain pipes.

5) Do not place where the unit is exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants).
(Installation and use at such places will cause the performance drop, corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in
molded synthetic resin parts.)
6) Do not place where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas) or inflammable gas (thinner, gasoline, etc.) is generated or
remains.
Installation and use at such places will cause corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
7) Do not place adjacent to equipment generating electromagnetic waves or high-frequency waves such as in hospitals,
Generated noise may cause malfunctioning of the controller.

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(ii) Installation
<Delivery>

<Packing hardware>

When delivering the package, move the


package to the installation as close as
possible.
When it is unpacked and then moved to
the installation place, sufficient care
must be taken not to damage the unit
during transfer.

<Securing of Hanging Bolt>

Four pieces of packing hardware are


used.
Discard them after unpacking.

Secure the hanging bolts by either one


of following methods.
Steel reinforcement

After removing the hardware,


retighten the screws.

Packing hardware (4 pcs.)

(For securing of duct flange)

Insert

150 ~ 160mm

Hole-in anchor
Hole-in plug

<Hanging bolt location>


360
250

Concrete

Remove
wood screw.

Wood base

1640

Hanging bolt M8 ~ 10

794

<Adjustment level>
Piping side

Bottom face
Top face

Water level

To adjust the level, use a level gauge or adjust as shown by the left figure.
Note: Unless the level is adjusted properly,
the float switch may malfunction or
operate improperly.

0 ~ 5 mm

Water in
Vinyl hole

Adjust the piping side a little lower than the opposite side.

(iii) Duct work


1 Air filter is not installed in the main unit of air
conditioner. Air filter should be installed in the
Detail of section A
suction grill which allows an ample access for
(Vibration prevention of hanger)
3A
3 Canvas coupling
3 Canvas coupling
4 Wind capacity
cleaning.
control damper
2 Silencer chamber(s) may be necessary depending
OA
on the noise level allowed in the room where the
Ceiling surface
air conditioner is installed.
Air conditioner main unit.
5 Blow
outlet
Additional silencer may be necessary where a
Suction hole
1 (With air filter)
6 Insulation hole
particularly low noise is required.
(600 )
(Provision of silencer is a must at offices and a
meeting room.)
In order not to transmit vibration from the main unit of air conditioner to the ceiling or slab, it is necessary to provide means
to prevent vibration, for example, a canvas coupling on the duct or rubber cushion on the main unit of air conditioner.
A damper to control air volume should be installed on the joint of OA duct to facilitate control of air capacity after the
installation.
Location and from of blow outlet should be selected so that air from the outlet will be distributed all over the room, and
equipped with a device to control air volume.
Make sure to provide an inspection hole on the ceiling. It is indispensable to service electric equipment, motor, functional
components and cleaning of heat exchanger.
Make sure to insulate the duct to prevent dewing on it.
Thickness of insulating material is 65 mm minimum.
2

Insulation

3
4
5
6
7

Silencer chamber (blowout)

Silencer chamber (intake)

Bad example of duct work

1 If a duct is not provided at the suction side but it is substituted


with the space over the ceiling, humidity in the space will increase
by the influence of capacity of ventilation fan, strength of wind
1
blowing against the outdoor air louver, weather (rainy day) and
others.
Louver to
outdoor air
a) Moisture in air is likely to condense over the external plates
of the unit and to drip on the ceiling.
Unit should be operated under the conditions as listed in the
For ventilation
above table and within the limitation of air flow volume.
When the building is a concrete structure, especially immediately after the construction, humidity tends to rise even if
the space over the ceiling is not substituted in place of a duct.
In such occasion, it is necessary to insulate the entire unit with glass wool (25 mm).
(Use a wire net or equivalent to hold the glass wool in place.)
b) It may run out the allowable limit of unit operation (Example: When outdoor air temperature is 35CDB, return air
temperature is 27CWB) and it could result in such troubles as compressor overload, etc.
c) There is a possibility that the supply air volume may exceed the allowable range of operation due to the capacity of
ventilation fan or strength of wind blowing against external air louver so that drainage from the heat exchanger may fail
to reach the drain pan but leak outside (e.g. drip onto the ceiling) with consequential water leakage in the room.
2 Unless vibration isolation is provided between the unit and duct and between the unit and the slab, vibration will be transmitted
to the duct so that vibration noise may generate from between the ceiling and supply outlet or vibration may be transmitted
to the slab. Make sure to provide an effective vibration prevention means.
2

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<Simplified method for determination of duct dimensions>


In the following method, it is assumed that the friction resistance per unit length of duct is
1 Pa/m (0.1 mm Aq/m) and a side of duct is 250 mm.
Air volume rating is assumed to be FDUA280KXE4R.

<Table of simplified selection


of duct dimensions>
Duct form
Air
volume

Air conditioner
A
indoor unit
4080 m3/h
With air filter

B
B
1020 m3/h 1020 m3/h

A 4080 m3/h

Supply
(blowout)
chamber

Section B
Calculation of duct resistance
(Use following simplified calculations.)
Air
volume

Duct
(mm mm)

4080m3/h
Section A (68m
3min)

250 830

1020m3/h
Section B (17m3min)

250 270

Linear pipe
section

Calculate based on 1 Pa
per 1 m in length 1 Pa/m.

Curved pipe
section

Take a curved section as equivalent to 3


~4 m in straight line.

Blowout
section

Calculate based on 25 Pa.

Chamber

Calculate by taking 1 pc. as 50Pa.

Suction grill
(with filter)

Calculate by taking 1 pc. as 40Pa.

Section A

Item

m3/h(m3/min)
100
200
300
400
500
600(10)
800
1,000
1,200(20)
1,400
1,600
1,800(30)
2,000
2,400
3,000(50)
3,500
4,000
4,500
5,000
5,500
6,000(100)

Square duct
Dimensions

(mm mm)
250 60
250 90
250 120
250 140
250 170
250 190
250 230
250 270
250 310
250 350
250 390
250 430
250 470
250 560
250 650
250 740
250 830
250 920
250 1000
250 1090
250 1180

(iv) Drain Piping


1) Drain piping should always be in a downhill grade (1/50~1/100) and avoid riding across an elevation or making traps.
Improper piping

Good piping
Suspension
bolts

Avoid riding across an elevation

1.5m ~ 2m

Keep free from traps

Air vent

Do not pipe under water


Heat
insulation

A downhill grade
of 1/100 or more

Secure the elevation as high as possible


(approx. 100 mm)

2) When connecting the drain pipe to unit, pay sufficient attention not to
apply excess force to the piping on the unit side. Also, fix the piping at
a point as close as possible to the unit.
3) For drain pipe, use hard PVC general purpose pipe VP-25(I.D.1) which
can be purchased locally.

A downhill grade of
1/100 or more

V.P.30

4) When constructing drain piping for several units, position the common pipe about 100 mm below the drain outlet of each
unit as shown in the sketch. Use VP-30 (11/4) or thicker pipe this purpose.
5) Be sure to provide heat insulation to hard PVC pipes of indoor placement.
6) Do not ever provide an air vent.
7) Avoid postitioning the drain piping outlet at a place where generation of odor may be stimulated. Do not lead the drain
piping direct into a sewer from where sulfur gas may generate.

Duct

Air return grill Drain pipe


Drain pan

10 mm

Air filter

In running
In stopping

Air supply grille

Example: If the pressure loss at the suction side, such as the air
return grill, air filter and duct, is 100 Pa, the level of
drain water will rise approx. 10 mm higher than the state
of operation stop.

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Drain connection
Unit

H1

Pressure head loss,


suction side 10 mmAq
Duct

<Provision of trap>
Since the drain outlet is disposed at a position
that makes the pressure negative, it is necessary
to provide a trap (during the piping work) in order to prevent water leakage due to rising of water level in the drain pan.
Trap must be so constructed to facilitate cleaning. It should be better to employ a "T" joint as
shown below. In addition, the height of trap
should be as specified below. The trap should be
provided close to the unit.

H2

If the duct is connected and then the blower is operated,


inside air pressure will become negative compared with
the atmospheric pressure.

Provide a trap on way


of the drain pipe as
shown at left.

H1=100 mm or static pressure of blower


H2=1/2 H1 or 50 ~ 100 mm

(v) Drain Test


When the drain piping work is over, inject water to inspect if the piping is
arranged properly or not.

Remove the side panel and supply gradually 1,000 cc of water to see if
water is drained smoothly or not. Check also for water leakage.

(vi) Operating method of fan controller

This unit allows to continuously adjust the air volume with the fan controller switch which is built in the electric equipment
box.
It is not necessary to control the air volume (outside unit static pressure adjustment) with the damper, etc. at the duct side.
Select the point of operation so that it will be within the range of air volume withch can be operated. (Refer to the
limitation of air capacity as shown below.)
Location of the fan controller in the electric equipment box and the operating method are shown below.

Refer in advance to the blower characteristics quoted in the separate engineering data, and select the number on the scale
of fan controller switch.
Referring to the figure below, adjust the number on the scale of fan controller switch at the number selected during the
test run after completion of electrical work and check if the intended air volume is obtained or not.

This connector is provided for


emergency purpose and is used
when the fan controller becomes
out of order.
If this connector is connected to the
connector of the printed circuit
board, the unit can be operated with
100% capacity.
This connector is connected to the
printed circuit board.

Turn this knob.


(Controlled within the range of scale 1 to 8 on the switch.)

Operation of fan controller


Note(1) Make sure to turn power off before operating the fan controller because there is risk of contacting charged sections.

(h) Satellite ducted type (FDUM)


(i)

Selection of installation location


1) Avoid installation and use at those places listed below.
a) Places exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants).
Installation and use at such places will incur deteriorations in the performance or corrosion with the heat exchanger or
damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
b) Places where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas) or inflammable gas (thinner, gasoline, etc.) is generated or
remains. Installation and use at such places will cause corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in molded synthetic
resin parts.
c) Places adjacent to equipment generating electromagnetic waves or high-frequency waves such as in hospitals. Generated noise may cause malfunctioning of the controller.

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2) Select places for installation satisfying the following conditions and, at the same time, obtain the consent on the part of
your client user,.
a) Places where cooled or heated air circulates freely. When the installation height exceeds 3m, warmed air stays close to
the ceiling. In such cases, suggest your client users to install air circulators.
b) Places where perfect drainage can be prepared and sufficient drainage gradient is available.
c) Places free from air disturbances to the return air port and supply hole of the indoor unit, places where the fire alarm
may not malfunction to short circuit.
d) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.

Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material to the main unit, piping and drain pipes.

3) Check if the selected place for installation is rigid enough to stand the weight of the unit.
Otherwise, apply reinforcement using boards and beams before starting the installation work.

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Inspection
space

Models

Mark





FDUM71, 90





FDUM112, 140





FDUM36, 45, 56

100

(ii) Suspension
Be sure to observe the finished length of the suspension bolts given below.

472

Models
FDUM36, 45, 56

FDUM112, 140



Insert

Concrete
Suspension bolt M10

Suspension bolt

Suspension bolt M10

Indoor unit

M10 Spring washer

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60mm or less

M10 Washer
Indoor unit




Securely fix the suspension bolt as illustrated below or in another way.

M10 nuts

FDUM71, 90

1) Fixing the suspension bolt (customer ordered parts M10)


Hole in anchor bolt
Hole-in plug



Mark

2) Adjusting the units levelness


a) Adjust the out-levelness using a level vial or by the following method.
Make adjustment so that the relation between the lower surface of the indoor unit proper and water level in the hose
becomes given below.

Piping side
Supply water

0 ~ 5 mm

PVC hose

Bring the piping side slightly lower

b) Unless the levelness is adjusted properly, the malfunction of the float switch will occur.
3) Blower fan tap switch
The following two methods are available in switching the blower
fan tap. Switch to the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
1 Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.
2 By means of function setting from the remote control

SW9-4

Fan control,high speed (High ceiling)


Fan control,standard

ON
OFF

Function number A

Function description B

Setting C

unit, set the setting c of I/U FUNCTION


Hi CEILING SET
Hi CEILING 1
01
(indoor unit function) to Hi CEILING 1 (high-speed
tap) as shown right.
For the details of operating procedures, please refer to the installation manual of your remote control unit.
(iii) Duct installation
Supply air duct
(to be purchased locally)

Return air duct


(to be purchased locally)

Heat insulation
Indoor unit
Supply air port
(to be purchased locally)

Access door

Return air port


with canvas duct
(to be purchased
locally)
Return air port
(to be purchased locally)

1 Supply air duct


2-spot, 3-spot and 4-spot with 200 type duct are the standard specifications. Determine the number of spots based on
following table.
FDUMA36, 45, 56

FDUMA71, 90

FDUMA112, 140

2-spot

2 ~ 3-spot (1)

3 ~ 4-spot (2)

Notes (1) Shield the central supply air port for 2-spot.
(2) Shield the supply air port around the center for 3-spot.

Limit the difference in length between spots at less than 2:1.


Reduce the length of duct as much as possible.
Reduce the number of bends as much as possible. (Corner R should be as larger as possible.)
Bad example

Bad example

Use a band, etc. to connect the indoor unit and the supply air duct flange.
Conduct the duct installation work before finshing the ceiling.

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Good example

2 Access door
Access door must be provided without fail.
Dimensions of access door and service space
( See exterior dimensions in page 89 to 91.)
3 Return air port
An air filter is not included in the indoor unit. Use the return air port with air filter.
4 Return air duct: Use square duct.
5 Return air port with canvas duct
1) Connection of outside air intake and exhaust ducts.
Looking from top of unit
Exhaust port

Side outside air intake port


Intake duct
(square duct)
Fig.1

Fig.2

Outside air intake


port midway
of return duct

2) Duct connecting position.


< Outside air intake >
a) Use side air intake port.
b) In case of simultaneous outside air intake and exhaust, the side air intake port cannot be used, therefore, take air
from the midway air intake port along the intake duct.
< Exhaust >

Make sure to use air return as well.

c) Use a side exhaust port.


3) Duct connection
Use outside air intake and exhaust duct flange of separately sold (for connection of 125mm round duct) to connect
125mm

round duct. The duct clamped by bands must be thermally insulated to prevent dew condensation.

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(iv) Drain piping


1) Drain piping should always be in a downhill grade (1/50-1/100) and avoid riding across an elevation or making traps.
Improper piping

Good piping
Suspension
bolts

Avoid riding across an elevation

1.5 m ~ 2m

Air vent

Heat
insulation

Keep free from traps


Do not pipe under water

A downhill grade
of 1/100 or more

2) When connecting the drain pipe to the unit, pay suffcient attention not to apply excess force to the piping on the unit side.
Also, fix the piping at a point as close as possible to the unit.
Drain socket

3) For drain pipe, use hard PVC general purpose pipe VP-25

Size different part


Drain hose

which can be purchased locally. When connecting, insert


a PVC pipe end securely into the drain socket before tightening securely using the attached drain hose and clamp.

Pipe cover (large)[insulation]


(accessory)

Adhesive must not be used connection of the drain socket


and drain hose (accessory).

Joint for VP-25


(field procurement)

Indoor
unit
VP-25
(field procurement)
Drain hose
Clamp
Drain socket
(accessory) (accessory)
Pipe cover [insulation]
Pipe cover (small)[insulation]
Adhesion (field procurement)
(accessory)

4) When constructing drain piping for several units, position the common pipe about 100 mm below the drain outlet of each
unit as shown in the sketch below. Use VP-30 or thicher pipe for this purpose.
Secure the elevation as high as possible
(approx. 100 mm)

A downhill grade of
1/100 or more

VP30

5) Be sure to provide heat insulation to hard PVC pipes of indoor placement.


6) Do not ever provide an air vent.
7) The height of the drain head may be elevated up to a point 600 mm from the bottom of unit and, when an obstacle exists
in the ceiling space, elevate the piping to avoid the obstacle using an elbow or corresponding gadget. When doing this, if
the stretch for the needed height is too high, the back-flow quantity of drain at the time of interruption of the operation gets
too much and it may cause overflow at the drain pan. Therfore, make the height of the drain pipe withing the distance
given in the drawing below.
Unit : mm
600
(local maximum
height of drain head)

295 ~ 325

Drain hose

Right above

Joints for VP-25

8) Avoid positioning the drain piping outlet at a place where generation of odor may stimulated. Do not lead the drain piping
direct into a sewer from where sulfur gas may generate.

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9) Drainage test
a) During trial operation, make sure that drainage is properly execued and check that leakage is not found at connections.
b) Be sure to carry out a drainage test when installing the system during a heating season.
c) When installing the system in a building under construction, carry out the drainage test before ceiling tiles are installed.

Insert a water filing hose by approx 50 mm and feed water.


(Be sure to insert the water filing hose in a downward direction.)

Remove the grommet.


Be sure to restro it to the original
position after the test is over.

1 Supply approx 1000cc of water through the outlet of the unit using a feed water pump.
2 Make sure that drainage is proceeding properly at the see-through outlet of the unit.
* Also confirm the revolving sound of the condensate motor when checking the drainage.
3 Then remove the drain plug at lower section of the unit to drain water off. After making sure water is not left, restore
the drain plug to the original position.
Forced drain pump operation
 Setup from a unit side.
1 Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump operates continuously.
2 After the test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.

When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet
and check leaks and drain conditions of the pipe.

 Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a remote controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps described
below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation
1 Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
2 Press the

button once while

SELECT ITEM
TEST RUN

SET

TEST RUN

is displayed, and cause DRAIN PUMP

to be displayed.

3 When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
Display: DRAIN PUMP RUN
2. To cancel a drain pump operation.

STOP

1 If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump


operation will stop.

The upper drain socket

The air conditioning system will become OFF.


(Piping connection)

10)Drainage from the lower drain socket


Only if the drain pipe can be installed in a downhill grade
The lower drain socket

A hard PVC general-purpose pipe

Heat insulator

(1/50-1/100), the lower drain socket can be used for connecting to the drain pipe as illustrated.

Rubber plug
(Remove the rubber plug)

(Disconnect the connector for the drain motor)


As shown in the sketch to the right, disconnect the drain
motor connector CnR ( blue color coding).
If the system is started with this connector connected as
is, drain water is discharged out of the upper drain socket
causing a heavy water lekage.

Disconnect Condensate
motor connector
CnR (2P Blue)

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(i) Ceiling mounted duct type (FDUR)


(i) Selection of installation location
1) Avoid installation and use at those places listed below.
a) Places exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants).
Installation and use at such places will incur deteriorations in the performance or corrosion with the heat exchanger or
damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
b) Places where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas) or inflammable gas (thinner, gasoline, etc.) is generated or
remains. Installation and use at such places will cause corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in molded synthetic
resin parts.
c) Places adjacent to equipment generating electromagnetic waves or high-frequency waves such as in hospitals. Generated noise may cause malfunctioning of the controller.
2) Select places for installation satisfying the following conditions and, at the same time, obtain the consent on the part of
your client user,
a) Places where chilled or heated air circulates freely. When the installation height exceeds 3m, warmed air stays close to
the ceiling. In such cases, suggest your client users to install air circulators.
b) Places where perfect drainage can be prepared and sufficient drainage gradient is available.
c) Places free from air disturbances to the return air port and supply hole of the indoor unit, places where the fire alarm
may not malfunction to short circuit.
d) If the humidity above the ceiling exceeds 80% or the condensation temperature above the ceiling exceeds 28C, affix
polyurethane foam (with a thickness to 10 or greater) above the insulation in the ceiling panels.

Carry out tests of the main unit under the above conditions and confirm that there is no failure. However, if the
environment where the unit is installed exceeds the above conditions and the unit is operated in high humidity
conditions, there is danger of condensate dripping down. If there is a possibility that the unit will be used under
such conditions, dress 10 to 20 mm of insulation material to the main unit, piping and drain pipes.

3) Check if the selected place for installation is rigid enough to stand the weight of thew unit.
Otherwise, apply reinforcement using boards and beams before starting the installation work.

600

635

Inspection
hole

Unit : mm

100

Models

Mark

FDUR45, 56, 71

1200

FDUR90, 112, 140

1720

(ii) Suspension
Be sure to observe the finished length of the suspension bolts given below.
Unit : mm

560

Models

253 -

Mark

FDUR45, 56, 71

886

FDUR90, 112, 140

1406

1) Fixing the suspension bolt (customer ordered parts M10)


Securely fix the suspension bolt as illustrated below or in another way.
Hole in anchor bolt
Hole-in plug

Insert

Concrete
Suspension bolt M10
Suspension bolt M10

Suspension bolt

M10 nuts

M10 Washer
Indoor unit

60mm or less

Indoor unit

M10 Spring washer

(iii) Installation of indoor unit


Packing hardware
After removing the hardware,
retlghten the screw.

Two pieces of packing handware are uesd.


Discard them after unpacking.

Packing hardware (2Pcs.)

Fix the indoor unit to the hanger bolts.

Remove wood screw

If required, it is possible to suspend the unit to the beam,etc. Wood base


Directly by use of the bolts without using the hanger bolts.

When installing the unit, heed must be taken that the side touching
the wood frame is the top surface of the unit.

Note
When the dimensions of indoor unit and ceiling holes does not match, it can be adjusted with the slot holes of hanging bracket.
1)

Adjusting the units levelness


a) Adjust the out-levelness using a level vial or by the following method.
Make adjustment so that the relation between the lower surface of the unit proper and water level in the hose becomes
given below.

Piping side
Supply water
Water level
0 ~ 5 mm

PVC hose

Bring the piping side slightly lower

b) Unless the levelness is adjusted properly, the malfunction of the float switch will occur.
2) Blower fan tap switch
The following two methods are available in switching the blower
fan tap. Switch to the high-speed tap with one of these methods.
1 Set SW9-4 provided on the indoor unit PCB to ON.
2 By means of function setting from the remote control

SW9-4

ON
OFF

Function number A

Fan control,high speed (High ceiling)


Fan control,standard

Function description B

Setting C

unit, set the setting c of I/U FUNCTION


Hi CEILING SET
Hi CEILING 1
01
(indoor unit function) to Hi CEILING 1 (high-speed
tap) as shown right.
For the details of operating procedures, please refer to the installation manual of your remote control unit.
Unit : Pa
Static Pressure

Standard tap

High tap

FDUR45, 56

50

85

FDUR71, 90, 112, 140

50

130

Models

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CAUTION
Traps should not be used under static pressure outside the unit mentioned above. Dew
condensation may occur with the unit and wet the ceiling or furniture.
Do not use under static pressure outside the unit of 50Pa or less. Water drops may be blown
from the diffuser outlet of the unit and wet the ceiling or furniture.
(iv) Drain piping
1) Drain piping should always be in a downhill grade (1/50-1/100) and avoid riding across an elevation or making traps.

Improper piping

Good piping

Suspension
bolts

Avoid riding across an elevation

1.5 m ~ 2m
Air vent

Heat
insulation

Keep free from traps


Do not pipe under water

A downhill grade
of 1/100 or more

2) When connecting the drain pipe to the unit, pay suffcient attention not to apply excess force to the piping on the unit side.
Also, fix the piping at a point as close as possible to the unit.
3) For drain pipe, use hard PVC general purpose pipe VP-25 which can be purchased locally. When connecting, insert a PVC
pipe end securely into the drain socket before tightening securely using the attached drain hose and clamp. Adhesive must
not be used connection of the drain socket and drain hose ( accessory).
Joint for VP-25
(field procurement)

Pipe cover (large)[insulation]


(accessory)

Drain socket

Indoor
unit

Size difference part


Drain hose

VP-25
(field procurement)
Drain hose
Clamp
Drain socket
(accessory) (accessory)
Pipe cover [insulation]
Pipe cover (small)[insulation]
Adhesion (field procurement)
(accessory)

4) When constructing drain piping for several units, position the common pipe about 100 mm below the drain outlet of each
unit as shown in the sketch below. Use VP-30 or thicker pipe for this purpose.
Secure the elevation as high as possible
(approx. 100 mm)

A downhill grade of
1/100 or more

VP30

5) Be sure to provide heat insulation to hard PVC pipes of indoor placement.


6) Do not ever provide an air vent.
7) The height of the drain head may be elevated up to a point 600 mm from the bottom of unit and, when an obstacle exists
in the ceiling space, elevate the piping to avoid the obstacle using an elbow or corresponding gadget. When doing this, if
the stretch for the needed height is too high, the back-flow quantity of drain at the time of interruption of the operation gets
too much and it may cause overflow at the drain pan. Therfore, make the height of the drain pipe withing the length given
in the drawing below.

600

Drain hose

Maximum local
drain up dimension

295 ~ 325

Right overhead

Joint for VP25 (field procurement)

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8) Avoid positioning the drain piping outlet at a place where generation of odor may stimulated. Do not lead the drain piping
direct into a sewer from where sulfur gas may generate.
9) Drainage test
1) Conduct a drainage test after completion of the electrical work.
2) During the trial, make sure that drain flows properly through the piping and that no water leaks from connections.
3) In case of a new building, conduct the test before it is furnished with the ceiling.
4) Be sure to conduct this test even when the unit is installed in the heating season.
Procedures
1 Supply about 1000 cc of water to the unit through the air outlet by using a feed water pump.
2 Check the drain while cooling operation.
Attached drain hose clamp
Pour water into a convex joint

Insert water supply hose for


20mm ~ 30mm to suply water.
(Insert hose facing toward bottom.)

Drain pipng

Indoor unit

Drain situation can be checked with transparent socket.


If the electrical work has not been completed, connect a convex joint in the drain
pipe connection to provide a water inlet.
Then, check if water leaks from the piping system and that drain flows through
the drain pipe normally.

Remove grommet
Make sure to install
it back after test.

10) Outline of bottom drain piping work


a) If the bottom drain piping can be done with a descending gradient (1/50-1/100), it is possible to connect the pipes as
shown in the drawing below.
Connecting port of top drain pipes

Connection of pipes
(Removing drain motor connector) Remove
drain motor connector CNP (blue) as shown
in the drawing on the right. (Note: If the
connector is left connected, drain water is
discharged from the connecting port of top
pipes, causing leakage.)

Standard hard polyvinyl chloride pipes

Connecting port of bottom drain pipes

Insulating material

Rubber stopper(to be removed)

b) Do not use acetone-based adhesives to connect to the drain socket.

Remove
Drain motor connector
CNR 2P Blue

Forced drain pump operation


 Setup from a unit side.
1 Turn on DIP switch SW5-1 on the PCB of the indoor unit. The drain pump operates continuously.
2 After the test, be sure to turn off the DIP switch.

When electrical work is not completed, connect a convex joint to the drain pipe joint area, arrange an inlet
and check leaks and drain conditions of the pipe.

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 Setup from a remote controller side.


Drain pump operation from a remote controller unit is possible. Operate a remote controller unit by following the steps described
below.
1. To start a forced drain pump operation
1 Press the TEST button for three seconds or longer.
The display will change from
2 Press the

button once while

SELECT ITEM
TEST RUN

SET]

TEST RUN

is displayed, and cause DRAIN PUMP

to be displayed.

3 When the SET button is pressed, a drain pump operation will start.
Display: DRAIN PUMP RUN
2. To cancel a drain pump operation.

STOP

1 If either SET or ON/OFF button is pressed, a forced drain pump


operation will stop.
The air conditioning system will become OFF.
(v) Duct work
Air conditioner
iundoor unit

Ceiling surface

Suction grille
Suction grille (Locality)
(option)

3 Suction duct
(marketed item)

Ceiling surface

4 Blow outlet
5 Inspection hole
(option) 2 Blowout duct
(optional or marketed item)

1 Suction hole
(marketed item)
(with air fillter)

1) A corrugated board (for preventing sputtering) is attached to the main body of the air conditioner (on the outlet port). Do
not remove it until connecting the duct.
a) An air filter is provided on the main body of the air conditioner (on the inlet port). Remove it when connecting the duct
on the inlet port.
2) Blowout duct
a) Reduce the length of duct as much as possible.
b) Reduce the number of bends as much as possible.
c) (Corner R should be as large as possible.)
Bad example

Bad example

Good example

d) Conduct the duct installation work before finishing the ceiling.

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3) Inlet port
a) When shipped, the inlet port lies on the back.
b) When connecting the duct to the inlet port, remove the air filter fitted to the inlet port.
c) When placing the inlet port to carry out suction from the bottom side, use the following procedure to replace the air return
duct joint and the bottom plate.
4) Make sure to insulate the duct to prevent dewing on it.
5) Location and form of air supply outlet should be selected so that
air from the outlet will be distributed all over the room, and
equipped with a device to control air volume.
6) Make sure provide an inspection hole on the ceiling. It is indispensable to service electric equipment, motor, functional components and cleaning of heat exchanger.

Remove the screws


which fasten the
bottom plate and the
duct joint on the inlet
port side of the unit.

Replace the removed


bottom plate and duct
joint

Fit the duct joint


with a screw, fit the
bottom plate.

Bad example of duct work


2
1

Louver to
outdoor air

For ventilation

7) If a duct is not provided at the air return side but it is substituted with the space over the ceiling, humidity in the space will
increase by the influence of capacity of ventilation fan, strength of wind blowing against the out door air louver, weather
(rainy day) and others.
a) Moisture in air is likely to condense over the external plates of the unit and to drip on the ceiling.
Unit should be operated under the conditions as listed in the above table and within the limitation of wind volume.
When the building is a concrete structure, especially immediately after the construction, humidity tends to rise even if
the space over the ceiling is not substituted in place of a duct.
In such occasion, it is necessary to insulate the entire unit with glass wool (25mm). (Use a wire net or equivalent to
hold the glass wool in place.)
b) It may run out the allowable limit of unit operation (Example: When outdoor air temperature is 35C DB, return air
temperature is 27C WB) and it could result in such troubles as compressor overload, etc..
c) There is a possibillty that the supply air volume may exceed the allowable range of operation due to the capacity of
ventilation fan or strength of wind blowing against external air louver so that drainage from be heat exchanger may fail
to reach the drain pan but leak outside (e. g. drip on to the ceiling) with consequential water leakage in the room.

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(vi) Control box (Only case of FDUR90, 112, 140)


During bottom side air return, the orientation of the control
box can be changed to allow the control box to be
maintained from the inlet port.
1) Remove the bottom plate (on the inlet port side), and all
wiring connectors from the control box.
Before shipment from the
plant, arrangements are made
to enable maintenance from
the sides of the unit.

2) Remove the three screws that fasten the cabinet inside the
control box.
3) Pull the control box toward the outside of the unit.
4) Change the wiring route of the wiring inside the control box.
5) Fit the control box from the inside of the unit.
6) Fit the three screws that fasten the cabinet.
7) Correctly connect all wiring connectors.

Outlet of control wiring

(j)

Outlet of crossover wiring

Outlet of crossover wiring

Outlet of control wiring

Ceiling suspended type (FDE)


(i)

Selection of installation location


1) A place where good air circulation and delivery can be obtained.
Cold air throw

Unit : m

Models

FDE36, 45

FDE56, 71

FDE112, 140

Air throw

7.5

Conditions
(1) Installation height: 2.4 ~ 3.0 m above the floor
(2) Fan speed: Hi
(3) Location: Free space without obstacles
(4) Distance of reach indicates the horizontal distance after the wind touched down on the floor.
(5) Air velocity at the throw: 0.5 ( m/sec.)

2) A place where ceiling has enough strength to support the unit.


3) A place where there is no obstruction to the return air inlet and supply air outlet ports.
4) Places exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants).
Installation and use at such places will incur deteriorations in the performance or corrosion with the heat exchanger or
damage in molded synthetic resin parts.

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5) A place where the space shown below may be secured.

Ceiling mouting installation

300
or more

Unit : mm

300 (1)
or more
100
or more

150
or more

5 or more

Obstacle
Note (1) This shows the installation interval dimensions between units.

6) This unit uses a microcomputer as a control device. Therefore avoid installing the unit near the equipment that generates
strong electromagnetic waves and noise.

(ii) Installation preparation


1) Remove the air return grille.
Slide the stoppers (4 places).

Filter
Pin

Take out the pins (4 or 6 places).

2) Remove the side panels.


Take out the screws, then slide the side panels in the arrow direction to remove them.
Side panel screw
(1 each on the left and right sides) (M4)

Side panel

3) Remove the suspension lug.


Take out the screws, then loosen the installation bolt.

Loosening
margin
8~12 mm

Suspension
lug screws (M4)

Indoor unit

Suspension
lug mounting
bolt (M8)

Lug for
suspension

Lug for
suspension

260 -

4) Suspension Bolt Position


a) Using the paper pattern supplied as an accessory as a
Paper
pattern

criterion, select suspension bolt positions and piping


hole positions, then install the suspension bolts and
make holes for piping. After positioning, remove the
paper pattern.
b) Keep strictly to the suspension bolt lengths specified
below.

A
B

24

Air outlet

FDE 36, 45 1070

1022

FDE 56, 71 1320

1272

FDE 112,140 1620

1572

290

Lug for
suspension
Suspension
bolts

Model

215

Celing board

24

690

25mm or more
45mm or less

Unit : mm

Wall

(iii) Installation
1) Fasten the suspension lugs to the suspension bolts.
<If there is ceiling material>

<If there is no ceiling material>

Air outlet
Suspension bolts

Suspension bolts
Lug for suspension

Nut
Flat washer

Fasten the bolts


to the front of the
slotted holes.

Ceiling board

Unit

Flat washer
(accessory parts)

Unit

Flat washer
(accessory parts)

*Double nuts

*Double nuts
Lug for suspension
*Fasten it securely with double nuts.

2) Attach the unit to the suspension lugs.

Lug for
suspension

1 Slide the unit onto the suspension lugs from


the front, hanging it on the bolts.
2 Fasten the unit securely on the left and right
sides with 4 suspension bolts (M8).

Screw for
suspension
lug (M4)
Suspension bolts
(M8)

3 Tighten the 2 screws (M4) on the left and right


sides.

After sliding the side panels on from the front to rear, fasten them securely with the screws.

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3) IN order to make it easier for water to drain out. install the unit so that the water drain side slopes
downward.
Front-rear direction

Left-right direction

(If the connection is on the left


side, reverse the slope.)

0 ~ 3mm

0 ~ 3mm

(The figure shows the case where the


drain hose is on the right side.)

If the slope is reversed, there is danger of water leaking out.


(iv) Refrigerant Piping
1) Piping Position

271

53

Slope inside
unit: 10 mm

109
53

Liquid pipe

10

195 (Gas pipe)

Unit : mm
Drain piping
(left)

135 Gas pipe


75

235 (Liquid pipe)

110

76

Drain piping
(right)

2) Piping Connection Position


Piping can be connection from 3 different directions. Remove the cutout from hole where the piping will be connected
using side cutters or similar tool. Cut a hole for the piping connection in the back cover according to the cutting margin
shown. Cut a hole in the ceiling side in accordance with the position of the piping. Also, after the piping is installed, seal
the space around the piping with putty, etc. to keep dust from getting inside the unit.
(In order to prevent damage to wires from the edges, be sure to use the back and top covers.)
Unit : mm

Top Cover
Drain piping
(For left back)
17

60

100
Back cutout

27

27 108

19

Top cutout
Right side
cutout
60

31

120

Drain piping
(For left)

47
60

Back cover
Cutting margin

(v) Drain Piping


1) Drain piping can be connected from the back, right and left sides.
2) When installing drain piping, be sure to use the insulating material supplied for the drain hose and
drain hose clamp.
a) Connect the drain hose fully all the way to the base of the fitting.
b) Fasten the hose securely with the drain hose clamp.
c) Keep strictly within the lengths specified below for the suspension bolts.
3) If drain piping is installed on the left side, change the rubber plug and insulating material (tubular)
from the left side piping connection port to the right side.
Be careful that water doesnt pour out when the drain plug is removed.

262 -

WARNING
Use the fitting supplied with the unit to connect the drain hose, fastening it at the lowest point so that there is no slack, and
establishing a 10 mm drain slope.
* Keep electrical wiring from running beneath the drain hose.

Drain hose

10mm

Drain hose
Hose Clamp

It can be fastened
from inside or
outside the unit.

Lowest Point

Be sure to fasten the drain hose down with a clamp.


There is danger of water overflowing the drain hose.

Avoidriding across an elevation


Keep free from trape
Do not pipe under water
The drain hose
should slope
downward.

After piping has been installed, check to make sure water drains well and that there is no overflow.

(k) Wall mounted type (FDK)


Models FDKA22~56KXE4R
(i)

Selection of installation location


1)

40
50 or more

or more

Unit: mm

100 or more

Select the installation location that meets the following conditions and obtain
the customer's consent.
a) Location where cold and warm air spread all over the room
b) Location where piping and wiring to the outdoors can easily be laid down.
c) Location where the drain can be discharged completely.
d) Location where the wall to mount the unit is rigid.
e) Location where there is no wind obstruction to the return air and supply
air grills.
f)
Location not exposed to direct sunshine.
g) Avoid the location exposed to oil splash or vapor.
h) Avoid the location near to the machine emitting high-frequency radio wave.
i)
Avoid the location where the receiver of remote control is subject to strong
illumination.
j)
Select the location where the unit can securely be operated by the wireless remote controller referring to the Article Effective distance of wireless remote controller indicated at the backside.
k) Secure the space for inspection and maintenance work.

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(ii) Attaching of mounting plate


1) The indoor unit weighs approx, FDK22~56 model : 12kg. Therefore, check whether the portion to install the unit can bear
the weight of unit. If it seems to be danger, reinforce the portion by a plate or a beam before installing the unit. It is not
allowed to install the unit directly on the wall. Whenever you install the unit, use the attached mounting plate.
2) Find structural members (Intermediate pillar, etc.) suitable for mounting the unit, then install the unit firmly while checking levelness.
Unit: mm
450

Leveling Plates
(2 places)

Level matching mark

3) Adjust the level of mounting plate under the condition that four screws are tightened temporarily.

Reference hole

4) Turn the mounting plate around the reference hole to adjust the levelness.
WARNING
Install the unit where it can bear the weight with sufficient strength margin. In the case of insufficient strength or insufficient
installation work, the unit may fall and cause injury.
(iii) Procedure for making hole on the wall
Make a downgrade (5) from the indoors toward the outdoors.
Wall
Sealing plate
The indoors

Wall

The outdoors
Sleeve

65mm
Sleeve

(iv) Forming of piping and drain hose


1) Rear take out case
a) Forming of piping
Piping

b) Tape winding

Hold the root portion of piping, change the direction then


expand and make forming.

Drain hose

Wind the tape on the portion


which passes through the hole on
the wall.
Always make taping on the wiring which crosses with the piping,
if any.

Note(1) After forming of piping and before tape winding, confirm that the connecting wire is securely fixed to the terminal block.

2) Cautions for left take-out and rear take-out case


a) Looking down
For left running horizontal piping
For left rear take-out piping

For right running horizontal piping

b) The piping can be taken out from the


rear, left, left rear, right and down.

For right rear take-out piping


Right

For left running horizontal piping

For right running horizontal piping

Rear

Left
Down

264 -

Left rear
Down

b) Procedure for changing drain hose


1. Remove the drain hose.

2. Remove the drain cap.

Pull the drain hose off while


turning the end around.

(v)

3. Insert the drain cap.

Remove by hand or pliers.

4. Connect the drain hose.

Insert the drain cap which was


removed in procedure 2 securely
using a hexagonal wrench, etc.
Note(1) When it is not inserted
securely, water leakage
may occur.

Push the end of the drain hose


onto the fitting while turning
it around.
Note(1) When it is not inserted securely, water leakage may occur.
Installation work procedure

Installation of unit
To remove the unit from the
mounting plate, remove the
right and left lids then remove
the claw at the lower portion
of base.

Claw (2 places)
Indoor unit
Mounting plate

(1) Hang the upper portion of indoor unit on the mounting plate.

Lid (right hand)


Mounting plate
(2) The indoor unit can be fixed
with one action by pushing its
lower portion slightly.

Wall
Claw at the lower portion of indoor unit base.

(vi) Drain piping


1) Lay the drain piping with downgrade to facilitate flow of drain,and do not make a trap or chevron-shaped bend. (The drain
piping can be taken out from the unit to the left, right, rear and down direction.)
2) Wrap the thermal insulator on the hard vinyl chloride pipe (VP-16) laid in the room.
3) Run the drain piping in a place where there is no fear of abnormal odors being generated at the end of the drain hose.
4) Do not run the drain piping directly into a sewer where sulfur-based poisonous or flammable gases are generated. There
is danger of poisonous or flammable gases penetrating into the building through the drain piping.
5) Pour water into the drain pan below the heat exchanger to check that water is drained outdoors.
No chevron-shaped bend is allowed.

Illustration showing the end of drain hose

No trap is allowed.
The end shall
not be submerged in water.

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65
or
more

Model FDKA71KXE5R
(i) Selection of installation location

50
or
more

1) Select the installation location that meets the following conditions and obtain
the customer's consent.
a) Location where cold and warm air spread all over the room
b) Location where piping and wiring to the outdoors can easily be laid down.
c) Location where the drain can be discharged completely.
d) Location where the wall to mount the unit is rigid.
Unit: mm
e) Location where there is no wind obstruction to the return air and supply air
grills.
f) Location not exposed to direct sunshine.
100
or more
g) Avoid the location exposed to oil splash or vapor.
h) Avoid the location near to the machine emitting high-frequency radio wave.
i) Avoid the location where the receiver of remote control is subject to strong
illumination.
j) Select the location where the unit can securely be operated by the wireless
remote controller referring to the Article Effective distance of wireless remote controller indicated at the backside.
k) Secure the space for inspection and maintenance work.

(ii) Attaching of mounting plate


1) The indoor unit weighs approx, FDK71 model : 18kg. Therefore, check whether the portion to install the unit can bear
the weight of unit. If it seems to be dangerous, reinforce the portion by a plate or a beam before installing the unit. It is
not allowed to install the unit directly on the wall. Whenever you install the unit, use the attached mounting plate.
2) Find structural members (Intermediate pillar, etc.) suitable for mounting the unit, then install the unit firmly while
checking levelness.
Unit: mm
450 & 610

Leveling Plates
(2 places)

Level matching mark

3) Adjust the level of mounting plate under the condition that four screws are tightened temporarily.

Reference hole

4) Turn the mounting plate around the reference hole to adjust the levelness.
WARNING
Install the unit where it can bear the weight with sufficient strength margin. In the case of insufficient strength or
insufficient installation work, the unit may fall and cause injury.
(iii) Procedure for making hole on the wall
Make a downgrade (5) from the indoors toward the outdoors.
Wall
Sealing plate
The indoors

Wall

The outdoors
Sleeve

65mm
Sleeve

266 -

(iv) Forming of piping and drain hose


1) Rear take out case
a) Forming of piping

b) Tape winding
Wind the tape on the portion
which passes through the hole on
the wall.
Always make taping on the wiring which crosses with the piping,
if any.

Hold the root portion of piping, change the direction then


expand and make forming.

Piping

Drain hose

Note (1) After forming of piping and before tape winding, confirm that the connecting wire is securely fixed to the terminal block.

2) Cautions for left take-out and rear take-out case


a) Looking down
For left running horizontal piping
For left rear take-out piping

For right running horizontal piping

b) The piping can be taken out from the rear,


left, left rear, right and down.

For right rear take-out piping


Right

For left running horizontal piping

For right running horizontal piping

Rear

Left
Down

c) Procedure for changing drain hose


1. Remove the drain hose.

2. Remove the drain cap.

Pull the drain hose off while


turning the end around.

d) This air conditioner is designed to


collect dew formed on itsback in
the drain pan for discharging, so
please do not lay power cables,
etc. in any part above the gutter.

3. Insert the drain cap.

Remove by hand or pliers.

(v)

Left rear
Down

4. Connect the drain hose.

Insert the drain cap which was


removed in procedure 2 securely
using a hexagonal wrench, etc.

Push the end of the drain hose


onto the fitting while turning
it around.

Note (1) When it is not inserted securely, water leakage may


occur.

Note (1) When it is not inserted securely,


water leakage may occur.

Installation of unit
To remove the unit from the
mounting plate, remove the
right and left lids then remove
the claw at the lower portion
of base.

Gutter

Installation work procedure

Claw (2 places)
Indoor unit
Mounting plate

Wall

(1) Hang the upper portion of indoor unit on the mounting plate.

Lid (right hand)


Pipe space

Mounting plate
(2) The indoor unit can be fixed
with one action by pushing its
lower portion slightly.

Wall
Claw at the lower portion of indoor unit base.

(vi) Drain piping


1) Lay the drain piping with downgrade to facilitate flow of drain,and do not make a trap or chevron-shaped bend.
(The drain piping can be taken out from the unit to the left, right, rear and down direction.)
2) Wrap the thermal insulator on the hard vinyl chloride pipe (VP-16) laid in the room.
3) Run the drain piping in a place where there is no fear of abnormal odors being generated at the end of the drain hose.
4) Do not run the drain piping directly into a sewer where sulfur-based poisonous or flammable gases are generated.
There is danger of poisonous or flammable gases penetrating into the building through the drain piping.
5) Pour water into the drain pan below the heat exchanger to check that water is drained outdoors.
No chevron-shaped bend is allowed.

Illustration showing the end of drain hose

No trap is allowed.
The end shall
not be submerged in water.

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Floor standing exposed type (FDFL)


Model: All models
(i)

Selection of installation location


1) A place where good air circulation and delivery can be obtained.
Cold air throw

Unit : m

Models

All models

Air throw

[Conditions]
(1)

Fan speed: Hi

(2)

Location: Free space without obstacles

(3)

Distance of reach indicates the horizontal distance after the wind touched down the floor.

(4)

Air velocity at the throw: 0.5 (m/sec.)

2) Where there is no obstacle around the Air inlet port or Air outlet port.
3) Where a sufficient space can be reserved for the service of air filter and the attachment/removal of panels.
4) Places exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants).
Installation and use at such places will incur deteriorations in the performance or corrosion with the heat exchanger or
damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
5) Where pipes and wires can be arranged conveniently.
6) On the solid floor
7) Where the unit is not exposed directly to sun light.
8) Places where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas) or inflammable gas ( thinner, gasoline, etc.) is generated or remains.
Installation and use at such place will cause corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in molded synthtic resin parts.
9) Where a complete draining can be assured.
10) Where a sufficient space can be reserved for service.
Floor standing installation
Wall fixation
150 or more

Floor fixation

1000 or more

Unit : mm

150 or more

600 or more

600 or more

Floor

(ii) Bolt positions


1) Bolt positions for metal settings used for floor fixation.

2) Bolt positions for wall fixation


Unit : mm

Metal fitting used for floor fixation (accessories).


205

Unit : mm

30 long holes
M8

1196(1481)
786(1071)

205

Rear side
806(1091)
1196(1481)

195

195

470
220 250

Front side

32

10

98

(l)

View from the floor

12 24
M10

Slotted holes for


wall mounting

Note (1) Value in ( ) indicates 71 type.

268 -

Level adjusting screw

(iii) Installation of unit


1) Floor standing installation
a) Position of mounting bracket fixing bolts Drill holes by referring to figures below.
When fixed on the wall

Bolt for wall mounting

4 places
Hole for piping &
wiring on wall
30
Hole for piping
& wiring on floor

Wall

When fixed on the floor


2 places
Note (1) Be sure to use a bolt of the length for wall mouning.

b) The methed of drilling the wall is as follows.


Wall
Indoor

Wall

Outdoor

Sealing plate
Sleeve

70~86 mm
Sleeve

c) Remove the front and side panels.


Case front panel

Top panel

Case side panel


Side panel

Case front panel


Frame
Case side panel

Case front panel

d) Level the unit using the level adjusting screw. Installation will be complrted after attaching side and front panel.
e) Exceute fixation following the directions described below.
When fixed on the wall

When fixed on the floor


Frame side panel
Tighten the bolt for floor
fixation using a flat washer
and double nut.
Mounting platc
(Accessories)

269 -

Tighten the bolt for wall


fixation using a flat washer
and double nut.

(iv) Drain piping


The drain piping can be directed to the floor or rear sides as follows.
(a)

Connect a drain piping to the drain outlet and fix it by use of tigghening band.

(b)

Indoor side drain piping must be thermally insulated.

(c)

After finishing the drain piping, check the drainage by pouring some water in the drain pan.

Up-and-down bend
Bad
Bad
Trap

Decrine

(v) Installation of remote controller ( on the indoor unit )


Attached remote controller may be installed on the indoor unit as shown below. The work can be done on the spot when the
customer asks so or by other reasons.
Refer to the page 274 when it is instralled on the wall.
1) Detach the front panel.

Unit: mm

84 0.5

Wiring hole 16

2-3.0
(Holes of tapping screws)

VIEW A
2) Remote controller installation.
Attach the lower case with the screws (M4  12) accessory.
3) Remote controller wiring.
a) Connect the terminals between the remote controller and the control box as per these wire color codes:[ (X) (red). (Y)
(white), (Z) (biack)], using the wires included in the kit.
b) The wires should have a surplus length of approximately 30 cm. (Necessary when servicing with the front panel
detached.)
c) In case of stranded wire strip and solder as shown below when cutting the wire. (Omitting the soldering process may
cause looseness of the wiring.)
10 ~ 15 mm

10 mm(Stripe and soldering.)

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4) Wiring route.
a) Wire from the wiring hole through the rear side of the control box to the terminal block.
b) Any suplus wires should be tied up with a cable tie. Remote controller
installation section
Cable tip
Control box

Front Side

(m) Floor standing hidden type (FDFU)


Model: All models
Selection of installation hidden location
1) A place where good air circulation and delivery can be obtained.
Cold air throw

Unit : m

Models

All models

Air throw

[Conditions]

2)
3)
4)

5)
6)
7)
8)
9)

(1) Fan speed: Hi


(2) Location: Free space without obstacles
(3) Distance of reach indicates the horizontal distance after the wind touched down the floor.
(4) Air velocity at the throw: 0.5 (m/sec.)
Where there is no obstacle around the Air inlet port or Air outlet port.
Where a sufficient space can be reserved for the service of air filter and the attachment/removal of panels.
Places exposed to oil splashes or steam (e.g. kitchens and machine plants).
Installation and use at such places will incur deteriorations in the performance or corrosion with the heat exchanger or
damage in molded synthetic resin parts.
Where pipes and wires can be arranged conveniently.
On the solid floor
Where the unit is not exposed directly to sun light.
Places where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas) or inflammable gas ( thinner, gasoline, etc.) is generated or remains.
Installation and use at such place will cause corrosion in the heat exchanger and damage in molded synthtic resin parts.
Where a complete draining can be assured.

10) Where a sufficient space can be reserved for service.


Floor standing installation
Floor fixation

Wall fixation
Unit : mm

Peri cover
1000

600

(i)

Peri cover
100

100
600

Floor

271 -

(ii) Bolt positions


1) Bolt positions for metal settings used for floor fixation.

2) Bolt positions for wall fixation


Unit : mm

Metal fitting used for floor fixation (accessories).


112

Unit : mm

Bolt positions for floor mounting hardware


Floor mounting hardware
Accessory
10 x 30 elongated hole
Use M8

1150(1435)
786 (1071)

179

Back

250
220

470

Front

806(1091)

Elongated hole for


wall mounting
4 - 12 24
Use M10

As viewed from floor side.


Note (1) Value in ( ) indicates 71 type.

Screw for adjusting


levelness.

(iii) Installation of unit


1) Floor standing installation
a) Position of mounting bracket fixing bolts
Drill holes by referring to figures below.
When fixed on the wall

Bolt for wall mounting

4 places
Hole for piping &
wiring on wall
30

Wall

When fixed on the floor

Hole for piping


& wiring on floor

2 places
Note (1) Be sure to use a bolt of the length for wall mouning.

b) The methed of drilling the wall is as follows.


Wall
Indoor

Wall

Outdoor

Sealing plate
Sleeve

70~86 mm
Sleeve

c) Level the unit using the level adjusting screw. Installation will be complrted after attaching side and front panel.
d) Exceute fixation following the directions described below.
When fixed on the wall

When fixed on the floor


Frame side panel
Tighten the bolt for floor
fixation using a flat washer
and double nut.
Mounting platc
(Accessories)

272 -

Tighten the bolt for wall


fixation using a flat washer
and double nut.

(iv) Drain piping


The drain piping can be directed to the floor or rear sides as follows.
(a)

Connect a drain piping to the drain outlet and fix it by use of tigghening band.

(b)

Indoor side drain piping must be thermally insulated.

(c)

After finishing the drain piping, check the drainage by pouring some water in the drain pan.

Up-and-down bend
Bad
Bad
Trap

Decrine

273 -

(2) Installation of remote controller


(Option parts)

(c) Recessed fitting


1) The Electrical box and remote controller (shield
wire must be use in case of extension) are first
embedded.

(a) Selection of installation location


Avoid the following locations
1) Direct sunlight.
2) Close to heating device.
3) Highly humid or water splashing area.
4) Uneven surface.
(b) Installation procedure
a) Exposed fiting
1) Open the remote controller case.


  

  
  


Upper

Lower case

Put a screw driver (flat-head) into the concavity


made on the upper part of a remote controller and
twist it lightly to open the casing.
2) The cord of a remote controller can only be pulled
out in the upward direction.

Lower

Cable outlet
Upper

Cut off with a knife or the like thin walled parts


intended for screw holes, and then fix it with
screws.

Thin walled part


Upper

Lower
Cable outlet

Lower case

2) Remove the upper case to the remote controller.


3) Attach the lower case to the Electricl box with two
M4 screws. (Head diameter must be 8 mm).
Choose either of the following two positions in
fixing it with screws.
4) Connect the remote controller cord to the remote
controller.

Lower

Cut off with nippers or a knife a thin walled part


made on the upper end of the rmote controller
bottom casing, and then remove burrs with a file
or the like.
3) Fix the remote controller bottom casing onto a wall
with two wood screws supplied as accessories.

Refer to [Exposed Fitting].


5) Installation work is completed by replacing the
top casing onto the bottom casing as before.
6) Set the functions according to the types of indoor
unit. See section Setting function. Refer to page
310.

Upper

Lower case

Lower

4) Connect the remote controller to the terminal


block. Connect the terminals of the remote controller to the indoor unit with the same numbers.
Because the terminal block has polarity, the device
becomes inoperative if there are wrong connections.

Two M4 screws
(Head diameter must be 8mm)
(not included)

Terminals: xRed wire, YWhite wire, ZBlack wire


Upper
Upper case
Board

Precation in extending the remote controller cord

Lower

Red White Black


X Y Z

Maximum total extension 600m.


The cord should be a shielded wire.
For all types : 0.3mm2  3 cores
Note (1) Use cables up to 0.5mm2 (maximum) for those laid
inside the remote controller casing and connect to a
different size cable at a vicinity point outside the remote
controller, if necessary.

Wiring

Use a cord of 0.3mm2 (recommended) - 0.5mm2


(maximum) for a remote controller cord. Remove
a sheathe of the remote controller cord for the section laid within the remote controller casing.
The length of each wire that should be left after a
sheath is removed is as follows:

Within 100-200m
Within 300m
Within 400m
Within 600m

  

    
 

0.5 mm2
0.75 mm2
1.25 mm2
2.0 mm2

 3 cores
 3 cores
 3 cores
 3 cores

The shielded wire should be grounded at one side only.

Black: 195mm, White: 205mm, Red: 215mm


5) Replace the top casing as before.
6) Use a cord clamp to attach the remote controller
cord to the wall.
7) Set the functions according to the types of indoor
unit. See section Setting function. Refer to page
287.

Earth wiring
Indoor unit

Remote controller cord


(Shielded wire)

(This side is not grounded)


Remote controller

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(3) Installation of outdoor unit




Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R


(a) Accessories
Confirm accessories shown below are attached in the bag with this installation manual.
1) Edging for protection of electric wires from opening edge.
(b) Selecting installation location
(Obtain approval from the customer when selecting the installation area.)
1) Please install with the customers consent in a location that follows the conditions listed
below.
a) A location which can sustain the weight of the unit.
b) Where there is no possibility of flammable gas leaks.
c) Where air is not trapped.
d) Out of the heat range of other heat sources.
e) Where noise and hot air will not bother neighboring residents.
f) Where wind does not hinder the intake and outlet pipes.
g) If a unit is installed into a special environment as shown below, there will be a danger that the corrosion of the outdoor
unit or its malfunctioning is caused. If this is the case, please consult with the distributor from whom you have purchased the unit.
Where corrosive gas is generated (such as a hot-spring resort area).
Where the unit is subject to sea breezes (coastal area).
Where the unit is subject to oil mists.
Where equipment generating electromagnetic waves exists in the vicinity.
2) Minimum installation space (Please select an installation point with due attention to the direction of installation of the
refrigerant pipe)
a) The height of a wall facing the diffuser must not exceed the height of the unit.
b) Walls surrounding the unit in the four sides are not acceptable. There must be a 1-meter or larger space in the above.
c) When units are installed side by side, leave a 10- mm or wider service space between the units.
d) When more than one unit are installed, provide sufficient intake space consciously so that short circuiting may not
occur.
e) Where piling snow can bury the outdoor unit, provide proper snow guards.
Unit : mm
Sample
1

L1

Open

Open

500

L2

300

Open

L3

100

300

150

L4

Size

Air inlet

Air
inlet

Air outlet

(Service space)

3) When strong winds occur


Where it is likely that the unit is subjected to strong winds, provide wind guards according to the following guidelines.
Strong winds can cause performance degradation, an accidental stop due to a rise of high pressure and a broken fan.
1 Place the unit outlet pipe perpendicular to the
wind direction.

Wind direction

Ove
r 50
0 mm

3 Where the foundation is not level, use wires to


tie down the unit.

  


2 Please install so the direction of the air from the


blowing outlet will be perpendicular to the direction of the wind.

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Wind direction

(c) Unit delivery and installation.


(Take particular care in carrying in or moving the unit, and always perform such an operation with two or more persons.)

CAUTION

When you sling the unit for portage, do not fail to take into consideration the deviation of the gravity
center from its center.
Improper slinging may cause the unit to lose balance and fall.

2) Portage

1) Delivery
Delivery the unit as close as possible to
the installation site before removing it
from the packaging.
If unpacked and deliver cannot be avoided,
use a nylon sling or a rope with pads
placed where the rope contacts the unit so
it is not scratched.

Pad

Wood base

The right hand side of the unit as viewed


from the front (diffuser side) is heavier. A
person carrying the right hand side must
take heed of this fact. A person carrying
the left hand side must hold with his right
hand the handle provided on the front
panel of the unit and with his left hand the
corner column section.
Heavier the side

410

Air
inlet

20

3) Bolt fastening positions

Air outlet
580
200
Anchor bolt
position

20

190

(4 locations)

a) In installing the unit, fix the units legs with bolts specified below.
Secure with bolts.
(M10 - 12)

Use a thicker block to


anchor deeper.
Use a long block to
extend the width.

b) The protrusion of an anchor bolt on the front side must be kept within 15 mm.
c) Securely install the unit so that it does not fall over during earthquakes or strong winds, etc.
d) Refer to the above illustrations for information regarding concrete foundations.
e) Install the unit in a level area. (With a gradient of 5 mm or less). Improper installation can result in a compressor failure,
broken piping within the unit and abnormal noise generation.


Models FDCA224~1360HKXE4R
FDCA224~1360HKXRE4R
(a) Selecting the installation location
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)

Where air is not trapped.


Where the installation fittings can be firmly installed.
Where wind does not hinder the intake and outlet pipes.
Out the heat range of other heat sources.
Where it is safe for the drain water to be discharged.
Where noise and hot air will not bother neighboring residents.
Where snow will not accumulate.

Notes(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

8)

Where strong winds will not blow against the


outlet pipe.
9) A place where stringent regulation of
electric noises is applicable.
10) A place where TV set or radio receiver is placed
within 5m. (If electrical interference is caused,
seek a place less likely to cause the problem)

A four-sided enclosure cannot be used. Leave a space of at least 1m above the unit.
If there is a danger of a short-circuit, then install a wind direction variable adapter.
When installing multiple units, provide sufficient intake space so that a short-circuit does not occur.
In areas where there is snowfall, install the unit in a frame or under a snow hood to prevent snow from accumulating on it.
(Inhibition of collective drain discharge in a snowy country)
(5) Do not install the equipment in areas where there is a danger of flammable gas leaks.
* Please ask your distributor about optional parts such as wind vane adapters, snow guard hoods, etc.

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(b) Installation space (service space) example


Please secure sufficient clearance (room for maintenance work, passage, draft and piping). (If your
installation site does not fulfill the installation condition requirements set out on this drawing, please
consult with your distributor or the manufacturer)
1)

When one unit is installed


Wall
height H3

L3

Air inlet

Unit: mm

L2

L4

Air
inlet

Air
inlet

L1
L2
L3
L4
H1
H2
H3
H4

Installation space

2m clearance above the unit

2)

500
10
100
10
1500
No limit
1000
No limit

Open
10
100
Open

No limit
No limit

Dimensions

Wall height H4
Wall height H1

( Service
space )
Air inlet

L1

Wall
height H2

Example
installation

When more than one unit are installed.

Unit: mm

Items with a mark show the service panel side.

Example
installation

[In ordinary construction, assure a space of 10 mm or greater in front of the


unit in consideration of the needed work space.]
q Example of installation of 3 units in a row
L3

Wall height H3

Air inlet
L2

L5

L6

L4

Air
inlet

Air
inlet

Air
inlet

Air
inlet

Air
inlet

Wall height H4
Wall height H1

L1

Wall height H2

500

Open

10

200

Dimensions

L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
H1
H2
H3
H4

100

300

10

Open

10 (0)

400

10 (0)

400

1500

No limit

No limit

No limit

1000

No limit

No limit

No limit

Installation space

2m clearance above the unit

w Example of installation of 2 units in a row:

e Example of installation of 3 units in a row:

In the case of a wall in back of the units.

In the case of a wall in back of the units.

No wall height restrictions

No wall height restrictions

100 or more
300 or more

Open

Open
100
or more

r Example of installation of 4 rows with 6 units each.


H = 1000 or less
1500
or more

750
or more

H = 1000 or less

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100
or more

800
or more

H = 1000 or less

800
or more

H = 1000 or less

800
or more

750
or more

Unit: mm

100
or
more

t Example of installation of 4 rows with 8 units each.


H = 1000 or less

400
or
more

1500
or
more

400
or
more

350
or
more

H = 1000 or less

800
or
more

1400
or
more

H = 1000 or less

800
or
more

350
or
more

Unit: mm

100
or
more

H = 1000 or less

(c) Notabilia for installation


1) Anchor bolt positions
Use four anchor bolts (M10) to fix an outdoor units anchoring legs at all times. Ideally, an anchor bolt should protrude
20mm.
Unit : mm

Anchor bolt positions


( mark)

85

20

764

726

594

720

850

85

1350

Unit

2) Base
1) Please install a unit after ascertaining that the bases have been made to sufficient strength and level to ensure the unit
against vibration or noise generation.
2) Please construct a base to the size of a shadowed area (the entire bottom area of an outdoor units anchoring leg)
shown on the above drawing or larger.

Normally, it is desirable that a


base as specified in the drawing
above is provided.

A base used for a former model


is wrongly oriented and not
acceptable.

Please use it for renewal


installation. (Please add a base
on the center)

3) Vibration isolating rubber


1) A vibration isolating rubber must support an outdoor units anchoring leg by its entire bottom area.
Do not install an outdoor unit in such
a manner that a part of the bottom
area of its anchoring leg is off a vibration isolating rubber.

Install a vibration isolating rubber


in such a manner that the entire
bottom area of an outdoor units
anchoring leg will rest on it.
Unit leg

85

Vibration
isolating rubber

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(4) Refrigerant piping


(a) Refrigerant piping restrictions


Models FDCA140HKXEN4R, 140HKXES4R, 160HKXES4R


Please do not fail to observe the following pipe sizes and limitations of use.
A failure to observe this instruction can result in a compressor failure or performance degradation.
1) Total pipe length (Combined total length of pipes) .......................... Within 100mm
2) Maximum length (To the farthest indoor unit) ...................................... Within 70m
3) 9.52 total liquid pipe length ................................................................ Within 50m
4) Head
a) When the outdoor unit above the indoor unit ................................... Within 30m
b) When the outdoor unit is below the indoor unit ............................... Within 15m
c) Height difference between indoor units in the same system .............. Within 4m

Models FDCA224~1360HKXE4R
1) Maximum length (from an outdoor unit to the farthest indoor unit)
....................................................... 160 m or less as actual pipe length (185 m or less as equivalent pipe length)
(When an actual pipe length exceeds 90 m, however, it is necessary to change the pipe size. Please determine the main pipe
size by consulting with the Main Selection Reference Table set out in Section (c). 2))
2) Total pipe length .................................................................................. 510 m or less
3) Main pipe length ................................................................................. 130 m or less
4) Allowable pipe length from the first branching .................................... 40 m or less
5) Allowable elevation difference (head difference)
a) When an outdoor unit is installed above ........................................... 50 m or less
b) When an outdoor unit is installed below .......................................... 40 m or less
c) Difference in the elevation of indoor units in a system .................... 15 m or less
6) Restrictions on piping applicable to the section between an outdoor unit and an outdoor unit side branching pipe (combination unit)
a) Difference in the elevation .................................................................. 1 m or less
b) Distance between an outdoor unit and an outdoor unit side branching pipe....................... 5 m or less
c) Length of oil equalization piping ...................................................... 10 m or less

Models FDCA224~1360HKXRE4R
1) Maximum length (from an outdoor unit to the farthest indoor unit)
................................................. 160 m or less as actual pipe length (185 m or less as equivalent pipe length)
(When an actual pipe length exceeds 90 m, however, it is necessary to change the pipe size. Please determine the main pipe
size by consulting with the Main Selection Reference Table set out in Section (3). (b))
2) Total pipe length .................................................................................. 510 m or less
3) Main pipe length .................................................................................. 130 m or less
4) Allowable pipe length from the first branching ..................................... 40 m or less
5) Allowable elevation difference (head difference)
a) When an outdoor unit is installed above ......................................... 50 m or less
b) When an outdoor unit is installed below ......................................... 40 m or less
c) Elevation difference between indoor units or between branching controllers within a system .... 15 m or less
d) Elevation difference between the first branch and the branching controller ................................. 15 m or less
e) Elevation difference between the branching controller and the indoor unit.
i) When above indoor unit ............................................................... 1 m or less
ii) When below indoor unit ............................................................... 4 m or less
6) Restrictions on piping applicable to the section between an outdoor unit and an outdoor unit side branching pipe (combination unit)
a) Difference in the elevation ................................................................. 1 m or less
b) Distance between an outdoor unit and an outdoor unit side branching pipe..................... 5 m or less
c) Length of oil equalization piping .................................................... 10 m or less

(b) Piping material selection


1) Please use pipes clean on both the inside and outside and free from contaminants harmful to operation such as sulfur,
oxides, dust, chips, oil, fat and water.
2) Use the following material for refrigerant piping.
Material: phosphorus deoxidized seamless copper pipe (C1120T-0, 1/2H, JIS H3300)
Use C1220T-1/2H for 19.05 or larger, or C1220T-0 for 15.88 or smaller
3) Do not use 28.58 t1.0 and 34.92 t1.2 as a bent pipe.
4) Thickness and size: Please select proper pipes according to the pipe size selection guideline.
(Since this used R410A, always use 1/2H pipes of a specified minimum thickness or thicker for all pipes of 19.05 or
langer, because the pressure resistance requirement is not satisfied with O-type pipes).
5) For branching pipes, use a genuine branching pipe set or header set at all times. (optional parts)
6) For the handling of service valves, please refer to Section (d). (iv): Handling of service valves.
7) In installing pipes, observe the restrictions on the use of pipes set out in Section (a) (Maximum length, total pipe length,
allowable pipe length from the first branching, allowable elevation difference (head difference)) without fail.
8) Install a branching pipe set and a branching controller, playing attention to the direction of attachment, after your have
perused through the installation manual supplied with it..
(c) Pipe size selection
1) Outdoor unit-Outdoor unit side branching pipe
Please use a pipe conforming to the pipe size specified for outdoor unit connection.
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279 -

a) KX series
Outdoor unit
FDCA140
FDCA224
FDCA280
FDCA335
FDCA335-K
FDCA400
FDCA450~680

Connection
method
Flare

Gas pipe
15.88 t1.0
19.05 t1.0
22.22 t1.0

Outdoor unit outlet pipe specifications


Connection
Liquid pipe
method

Oil equalizing(1)
pipe

Connection
method

9.52 t0.8

Flare

9.52 t0.8
Flare

25.4(22.22) t1.0

Brazed
12.7 t0.8

25.4(28.58) t1.0
28.58 t1.0

Note (1) Please connect the master and slave unit with an oil equalizing pipe, when they are used in a combined installation. (It is not required, when a unit is
used as a standalone installation)

b) KXR series
Outdoor unit
FDCA224
FDCA280
FDCA335
FDCA335-K
FDCA400
FDCA450~680

Suction gas
pipe
19.05 t1.0

Connection
method

22.22 t1.0

Brazed

Outdoor unit outlet pipe specifications


Discharge
Connection
Connection
Liquid pipe
gas pipe
method
method
15.88 t1.0
9.52 t0.8
19.05 t1.0

Brazed

Connection
method

9.52 t0.8

Flare

Flare
12.7 t0.8

28.58 t1.0

Oil equalizing(1)
pipe

22.22 t1.0

Note (1) Please connect the master and slave unit with an oil equalizing pipe, when they are used in a combined installation. (It is not required, when a unit is
used as a standalone installation)

2) Main (Outdoor unit side branching pipe Indoor unit side first branching pipe)
If the longest distance (measured between the outdoor unit and the farthest indoor unit) is 90m or longer (actual length),
please change the main pipe size according to the table below.
a) KX series
Main pipe size (normal)
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe

Outdoor unit
FDCA224
FDCA280
FDCA335
FDCA400
FDCA450
FDCA504
FDCA560
FDCA615
FDCA680
FDCA735
FDCA800
FDCA850
FDCA900
FDCA960
FDCA1010
FDCA1065
FDCA1130
FDCA1180
FDCA1235
FDCA1300
FDCA1360

19.05 t1.0
22.22 t1.0
25.4(22.22) t1.0
25.4(28.58) t1.0

Pipe size for an actual length of 90m or longer


Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
22.22 t1.0

9.52 t0.8

25.4t1.0
(22.22)

12.7 t0.8

31.8 t1.1
(28.58 t1.0)

28.58 t1.0

31.8 t1.1
(34.92 t1.2)

12.7 t0.8

28.58 t1.0

15.88 t1.0

19.05 t1.0

15.88 t1.0
38.1 t1.35
(34.92 t1.2)

38.1 t1.35
(34.92 t1.2)

22.22 t1.0

19.05 t1.0

Note (1) Values is ( ) show piping sizes in the case that models for Europe are used.

b) KXR series
Outdoor unit
FDCA224
FDCA280
FDCA335
FDCA400
FDCA450
FDCA504
FDCA560
FDCA615
FDCA680
FDCA735
FDCA800
FDCA850
FDCA900
FDCA960
FDCA1010
FDCA1065
FDCA1130
FDCA1180
FDCA1235
FDCA1300
FDCA1360

Main pipe size (normal)


Suction gas pipe Discharge gas pipe
19.05 t1.0
15.88 t1.0
22.22 t1.0

19.05 t1.0

28.58 t1.0

22.22 t1.0

Liquid pipe
9.52 t0.8

12.7 t0.8

Pipe size for an actual length of 90m or longer


Suction gas pipe Discharge gas pipe
Liquid pipe
22.22 t1.0

28.58 t1.0

15.88 t1.0
19.05 t1.0

12.7 t0.8

22.22 t1.0
15.88 t1.0

15.88 t1.0

34.92 t1.0

19.05 t1.0

34.92 t1.0

28.58 t1.0

19.05 t1.0

28.58 t1.0

22.22 t1.0

3) Indoor unit side first branching pipe Indoor unit side branching pipe
Please choose from the table below an appropriate pipe size as determined by the total capacity of indoor units connected
downstream, provided, however, that the pipe size for this section should not exceed the main size .
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280 -

a) KX series
Total capacity of indoor units
Less than 70
70 or more but less than 180
180 or more but less than 371
371 or more but less than 540
540 or more but less than 700
700 or more but less than 1100
1100 or more
Note (1) Values in (

Gas pipe
12.7 t1.0
15.88 t1.0
19.05 t1.0
25.4 t1.0(28.58 t1.0)
28.58 t1.0
31.8 t1.1(34.92 t1.2)
31.8 t1.1(34.92 t1.2)

Liquid pipe
9.52 t0.8
12.7 t0.8
15.88 t1.0
19.05 t1.0

) show piping sizes in the case that models for Europe are used.

b) KXR series
Total capacity of indoor units
Less than 70
70 or more but less than 180
180 or more but less than 371
371 or more but less than 540
540 or more but less than 700
700 or more but less than 1100
1100 or more

Section gas pipe


12.7 t0.8
15.88 t1.0
19.05 t1.0

Discharge gas pipe


9.52 t0.8
12.7 t0.8
15.88 t1.0

Liquid pipe
9.52 t0.8

28.58 t1.0

22.22 t1.0

15.88 t1.0

34.92 t1.2

28.58 t1.0

19.05 t1.0

12.7 t0.8

4) Indoor unit side branching pipe Indoor unit


Indoor unit connection pipe size table
In the downstream of a branching controller, no discharge gas pipe needs to be connected.
a) KX series
Indoor unit
22, 28
36, 45, 56
71, 80, 90, 112, 140, 160
224
280

Gas pipe
9.52 t 0.8
12.7 t 0.8
15.88 t 1.0
19.05 t 1.0
22.22 t 1.0

Liquid pipe
6.35 t0.8
9.52 t0.8

b) KXR series
In the downstream of a branching controller, no discharge gas pipe needs to be connected.
Indoor unit
22, 28
36, 45, 56
71, 80, 90, 112, 140
224
280

Suction gas pipe


9.52 t0.8
12.7 t0.8
15.88 t1.0
19.05 t1.0
22.22 t1.0

Discharge gas pipe


6.35 t0.8
9.52 t0.8
12.7 t0.8
15.88 t1.0
19.05 t1.0

Liquid pipe
6.35 t0.8
9.52 t0.8

5) Selection of an outdoor unit side branch pipe set


This branch pipe set will always become neccessary when units are used in combination. (When a unit is used as a
standalone installation, it is not required.
Branch pipe set
DOS-2A-1
DOS-2A-1-R

Outdoor unit
FDCA735~1360HKXE4R
FDCA735~1360HKXRE4R

Notes (1) In connecting an outdoor unit, please use a pipe conforming to the pipe size specified for outdoor unit connection.
(2) Choose a different-diameter pipe joint matching a main pipe size specified in the following section in installing pipes (main pipes) on the outdoor unit side.
(3) Always install branching joints (for both gas and liquid) in such a manner that they form either correct horizontal or vertcal branch.

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Branch pipe set shapes


KX series

ID
28.58
25.4
418
523

125

220

ID
15.88
19.05
22.22

Liquid line

ID
28.58
25.4

ID
31.75
38.1

Gas line

DOS-2A-1

Branch pipe

Item

ID
12.7

Branch pipe

Model Item

ID
12.7
304
439

KXR series

352

Branch pipe

ID
25.4
22.22
19.05

125

ID
12.7

ID
15.88
19.05
22.22

Liquid line

Item

230

ID
25.4
28.58
31.75

Discharge gas line

220

ID
28.58
25.4

ID
31.75
38.1

Suction gas line

DOS-2A-1-R

ID
28.58
25.4
418
523

Branch pipe

Item

ID
25.4
22.22
19.05

Branch pipe

Model Item

ID
12.7
304
439

576

6) Selecting the piping size of combined outdoor units.


a) KX series

Model FDCA800HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA400HKXE4R + FDCA400HKXE4R
[Branch piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

Model FDCA735HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA335HKXE4R-K + FDCA400HKXE4R
[Branch piping Set: DOS-2A-1]
335

400

400

400

Main gas pipe


Oil equalization
pipe
9.52

Main gas pipe


Oil equalization
pipe
9.52

31.8 *1
Main liquid pipe

31.8 *1
Main liquid pipe

15.88 *2

15.88 *2

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 38.1 and *2 becomes 19.05.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 38.1 and *2 becomes 19.05.

Model FDCA850HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA400HKXE4R + FDCA450HKXE4R
[Branch piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

Model FDCA900HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA450HKXE4R + FDCA400HKXE4R
[Branch piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

400

450

450

Main gas pipe


Oil equalization
pipe
9.52

450

Main gas pipe


Oil equalization
pipe
9.52

31.8 *1
Main liquid pipe
15.88 *2

31.8 *1
Main liquid pipe
15.88 *2

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 38.1 and *2 becomes 19.05.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 38.1 and *2 becomes 19.05.

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Model FDCA1010HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA504HKXE4R + FDCA504HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

Model FDCA960HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA450HKXE4R + FDCA504HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]
450

504

504

504

Main Gas Pipe

Main Gas Pipe


Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

31.8
Main Liquid Pipe

38.1 (34.92)
Main Liquid Pipe
15.88 *1

15.88 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 19.05.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

Model FDCA1065HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA504HKXE4R + FDCA560HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

Model FDCA1130HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA560HKXE4R + FDCA560HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

504

560

560

560

Main Gas Pipe


Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

Main Gas Pipe


Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

38.1 (34.92)
Main Liquid Pipe

38.1 (34.92)
Main Liquid Pipe

19.05 *1

19.05 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

Model FDCA1180HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA560HKXE4R + FDCA615HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

Model FDCA1235HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA615HKXE4R + FDCA615HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

560

615

615

615

Main Gas Pipe

Main Gas Pipe


Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

38.1 (34.92)
Main Liquid Pipe

38.1 (34.92)
Main Liquid Pipe
19.05 *1

19.05 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

Model FDCA1300HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA615HKXE4R + FDCA680HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

Model FDCA1360HKXE4R
Combination: FDCA680HKXE4R + FDCA680HKXE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1]

615

680

680

Main Gas Pipe


Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

680

Main Gas Pipe


Oil Equalization
Pipe
9.52

38.1 (34.92)
Main Liquid Pipe
19.05 *1

38.1 (34.92)
Main Liquid Pipe
19.05 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

Note (1) Values in ( ) show piping sizes in the case that models for Europe are used.
Note (2) If a 34.92 piping size is used in Europe, branch piping is necessary. Please procure the necessary piping locally.

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7) KXR series

Model FDCA735HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA335HKXRE4R-K + FDCA400HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]
335

Model FDCA800HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA400HKXRE4R + FDCA400HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

400

400
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

400
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main liquid pipe


15.88 *1

Main liquid pipe


15.88 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 19.05.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 19.05.

Model FDCA850HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA400HKXRE4R + FDCA450HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

Model FDCA900HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA450HKXRE4R + FDCA450HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

400

450

450
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

450
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main liquid pipe


15.88 *1

Main liquid pipe


15.88 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 19.05.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 19.05.
Model FDCA1010HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA504HKXRE4R + FDCA504HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

Model FDCA960HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA450HKXRE4R + FDCA504HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]
450

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

504

504
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58
Main liquid pipe
15.88 *1

504
Main suction gas pipe
34.92
Main discharge gas pipe
28.58
Main liquid pipe
15.88 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 19.05.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 19.05.

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Model FDCA1065HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA504HKXRE4R + FDCA560HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]
504

Model FDCA1130HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA560HKXRE4R+ FDCA560HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

560

560
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

560
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main liquid pipe


19.05 *1

Main liquid pipe


19.05 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

Model FDCA1180HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA560HKXRE4R + FDCA615HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

Model FDCA1235HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA615HKXRE4R + FDCA615HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

560

615

615
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

615
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58

Main liquid pipe


19.05 *1

Main liquid pipe


19.05 *1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

Model FDCA1300HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA615HKXRE4R + FDCA680HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

Model FDCA1360HKXRE4R
Combination: FDCA680HKXRE4R + FDCA680HKXRE4R
[Branch Piping Set: DOS-2A-1-R]

615

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

680

680
Main suction gas pipe
34.92

Oil equalizing
Pipe
9.52

Main discharge gas pipe


28.58
Main liquid pipe
19.05 *1

680
Main suction gas pipe
34.92
Main discharge gas pipe
28.58
Main liquid pipe
19.05*1

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

If the main pipe exceeds 90m in length (actual length),


*1 becomes 22.22.

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8) Selection of on indoor unit side branching pipe set


Method of selecting a branching pipe set
As an appropriate branching pipe size varies with the connected capacity (total capacity connected downstream), determine a
size from the following table.
a) KX series
Branching pipe set
DIS-22-1
DIS-180-1
DIS-371-1
DIS-540-1

Total capacity downstream


Less than 180
180 or more but less than 371
371 or more but less than 540
540 or more

b) KXR series
In the upstream of a branching controller
Total capacity downstream
Less than 180
180 or more but less than 371
371 or more but less than 540
540 or more

In the downstream of a branching controller

Branching pipe set model type


DIS-22-1-R
DIS-180-1-R
DIS-371-1-R
DIS-540-1-R

Total capacity downstream


Less than 180
180 or more but less than 371
371 or more but less than 540
540 or more

Branching pipe set model type


DIS-22-1
DIS-180-1
DIS-371-1
DIS-540-1

Notes(1) In connecting an indoor unit with the indoor unit side branching pipe set, plase use a pipe conforming to the pipe size specified for indoor unit connection.
(2) Always install branching joints (for suction gas, discharge gas and liquid) in such a manner that that they form either correct horizontal or vertical branch.

Branch pipe set shapes

Unit: mm

87
91

ID
12.7
9.52
6.35

ID28.58

370

ID
9.52
12.7
15.88

Liquid line

OD19.05

100
ID22.22

Reducer

OD22.22
OD22.22

117

ID25.4

ID
19.05
15.88
12.7
9.52

ID
15.88
19.05
22.22

100

544

Branch pipe

ID
9.52
6.35

Liquid line

94
442

Gas line

DIS-180-1

Item

ID
9.52

Reducer

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52

Branch pipe
ID
12.7
15.88
19.05

Gas line

DIS-22-1

Model Item

448

91

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52
6.35

OD22.22

Liquid line

ID
12.7
15.88

OD31.8
OD25.4

ID28.58
ID25.4

100

117

100

Notes: (1) Insulation is provided with the branch pipes.


(2) Pipes should be cut to the installation site requirements, with the pipe being severed at the center part of the desired diameter.
(3) Branch joints (gas & liquid) must be installed as either a "horizontal branch" or a "vertical branch".

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OD9.52
ID6.35

ID
19.05
15.88
12.7
9.52
584

ID22.22

Liquid line

ID22.22

ID
12.7
15.88
19.05
22.22

ID34.92

OD38.1

100

ID9.52

OD19.05

ID34.92

ID15.88
ID15.88
ID12.7

196

100

100
753

448

100

100
OD19.05

ID
31.75
28.58
25.4
19.05

Gas line

DIS-540-1

ID
28.58
31.75
38.1

OD19.05

100

OD25.4

OD19.05

100

ID9.52

100

576

OD25.4

OD19.05

131

100

ID12.7

100

ID
25.4
22.22
19.05

ID
25.4
28.58
31.75

Gas line

DIS-371-1

OD19.05

100

100

Branch pipe set shapes

ID
19.05
15.88
12.7
9.52

DIS-180-1-R

117
100
ID
19.05
15.88
12.7
9.52

100
ID
15.88
19.05
22.22

91

117

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52
6.35

ID
12.7
15.88

Reducer

ID 25.4
OD 22.22

442

ID 28.58

544

94

ID
12.7
15.08
19.05

ID
15.08
12.7
9.52

ID
15.88
19.05
22.22

DIS-22-1-R

Suction gas line

91

87

ID
9.52

ID
12.7
9.52
6.35

ID
9.52
12.7
15.08

100

ID
9.52
6.35

100

ID15.88

Reducer

OD19.05

544

ID9.52

OD12.7

448

Reducer

Discharge gas line


Liquid line

Unit: mm

OD 22.22

Model
Item

370

448

Notes: (1) Insulation is provided with the branch pipes.


(2) Pipes should be cut to the installation site requirements, with the pipe being severed at the center part of the desired diameter.
(3) Branch joints (gas & liquid) must be installed as either a "horizontal branch" or a "vertical branch".

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Unit: mm

Model
Item

ID
28.58
31.75
38.1

ID
25.4
22.22
19.05

196

131

ID
25.4
28.58
31.75

Suction gas line

576

OD19.05
ID9.52

100

100

ID
31.75
28.58
25.4
19.05

OD25.4
ID22.22

OD19.05
ID12.7

100

OD25.4
ID22.22

OD19.05
ID15.88

100

ID34.92
OD38.1

100

196

117

ID
15.88
19.05
22.22

100

ID
28.58
31.75
38.1

100

ID
19.05
15.88
12.7
9.52

100

Reducer

OD19.05
ID9.52
100

OD19.05
ID15.88

OD19.05
ID12.7
100

OD25.4
ID28.58

100

ID34.92
OD31.75

Reducer

ID22.22
OD25.4

753

100

544

OD 19.05
ID 12.7
100

ID
12.7
15.88
19.05
22.22

100

117

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52
6.35

Reducer

448

OD 9.52
ID 6.35

584

91

ID
12.7
15.88

Liquid line

OD 19.05

100

ID
19.05
15.88
12.7
9.52

100

ID 22.22

100

ID 22.22

OD 19.05
ID 15.88

100

OD 19.05

OD 19.05
ID 15.88

OD 28.58

ID 22.22

OD9.52
ID6.35
100

100

ID 25.4
OD 28.58

100

Reducer

100

ID22.22

OD19.05

ID25.4
OD22.22

753

Reducer

Discharge gas line

DIS-540-1-R
ID
31.75
28.58
25.4
19.05

DIS-371-1-R

100

Notes: (1) Insulation is provided with the branch pipes.


(2) Pipes should be cut to the installation site requirements, with the pipe being severed at the center part of the desired diameter.
(3) Branch joints (gas & liquid) must be installed as either a "horizontal branch" or a "vertical branch".

9) Header Method (KX series only)

Depending on the number of units connected, connect plugged pipes (to be procured on the installers part) at a branching
point (on the indoor unit connection side).
For determination of appropriate header, different diameter pipe joint and blind pipe sizes, please refer to Header Set,
(which can be purchased separately).
Total capacity downstream
Less than 180
180 or more but less than 371
371 or more but less than 540
540 or more

Header set model type


HEAD4-22-1
HEAD6-180-1
HEAD8-371-1
HEAD8-540-1

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Number of branches
4 branches at the most
6 branches at the most
8 branches at the most
8 branches at the most

Header pipe set shapes


Unit: mm

ID
6.35

104

Liquid line

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52
107

135

ID
12.7
9.52
6.35

ID25.4

OD22.22

190

100

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52

375

ID28.58

ID
22.22
19.05
15.88

OD22.22

415

Liquid line

145

Gas line

Header pipe

35

ID
12.7
9.52

545

Item

ID
12.7
9.52

Reducer

ID
19.05
15.88
12.7

Header pipe

Gas line

HEAD6-180-1

HEAD4-22-1

Model Item

540

ID
15.88
12.7
665

ID
22.22
19.05
15.88
12.7

ID
9.52
6.35

110

90

105

90

ID
9.52
6.35

100

Liquid line

OD31.75

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52

ID38.1

ID
15.88
12.7
9.52

ID
31.75
28.58
180

710

Notes: (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Liquid line

ID
31.75
28.58
25.4
186

Gas line

710

Gas line

HEAD8-540-1

HEAD8-371-1

100

745

Insulation is provided with the branch pipes.


Pipes should be cut to the installation site requirements, with the pipe being severed at the center part of the desired diameter.
Branch joints (gas & liquid) must be installed as either a "horizontal branch" or a "vertical branch".
Indoor units 224 and 280 can not connected to the header.

10) Selection of a branching controller (KXR series only)


1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

Selection an appropriate one according to the combined total capacity of the indoor units connected downstreem.
The number of indoor units that can be connected to branching controllers are depicted in the belou.
No liquid pipe needs to be connected to a branching controller.
In the downstream of a branching controller, no gas discharge pipe needs to be connected.
Do not run the unit, while a branching unit is yet to be connected with indoor units.
Total capacity downstream
Less than 112
112 or more but less than 180
180 or more but 280 or more

Branching controller model type


PFD112-ER
PFD180-ER
PFD280-ER

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Number of connectable units


1~5
1~8
1~10

11) Integrated branching controller(KXR series only)


a) Before beginning installation
1 Indoor units should not be connected to a branching controller, when they exceed a range specified for either combined total
capacity or number in the table below.
Total of four branches
Capacity restrictions
Maximum number of units connectable

Branching controller model

PFD112X4-ER

Less than 371

Capacity restrictions

16 units

Per branch
Maximum number of units connectable

Less than 112

5 units

Notes(1) When multiple indoor units are connected to one branch, use one remote controller for control, or enable remote control sensor.
(2) When there is any branch that is not connected with an indoor unit, securely tighten the flare at the refrigerant piping connection port, or make use from the right
side (from No. 4 circuit) towards the connection port.
(3) An indoor unit with a capacity up to 112 can be connected.

2 Make sure that no accessory is missing.


Different diameter pipe joint
For outdoor unit For outdoor unit gas discharge pipe
gas discharge pipe
For indoor unit gas pipe
A

ID19.05

ID9.52

OD15.88

ID12.7

OD15.88

5 pieces

1 piece

Flange joint
For outdoor unit gas discharge pipe
ID19.05

ID15.88
ID22.22
1 piece

b) Installation of a branching controller


1 Selecting the installation location.
A branching controller sometimes generates noises during control operations whether the system is in operation or stands still.
When it is installed in a place with a low background noise level, please take sppropriate precautions such as installing it away
from the indoor unit.
The position where you can install refrigerant pipes within the specified restrictions on length.
The position where you can install hanger bolts and secure a required level of strength.
(The position where pulling force of 20 kg per bolt is endured)
The position where a service space conforming to the requirements shown in the drawing on the right can be secured.
Notes(1) Do not fail to provide an inspection port at the specified position.
(2) A branching controller cannot be installed upside down.
Please install it in such a manner that the main body is held level.
Outdoor unit side rafrigerant pipe connection port (gas suction) 15.88 (flare)

Outdoor unit side refrigerant


pipe connection port (Liquid)
9.52 Brazed
(12.7 Cut off to connect.) Outdoor unit side refrigerant
pipe connection port (Liquid)
6.35 Brazed
(9.52 Cut off to connect.)
[Liquid] Holizontal

To connect with a 19.05 pipe, use a different diameter pipe joint "B" supplied as an accessary.
To connect with a 12.7 pipe, Cut off to connect with the different diameter joint "A" supplied
with the unit.

1300

Intake gas pipe


(with flange)
supplied with the unit.

200

100

Floor surface

Floor surface

Floor surface

Floor surface

Indoor unit side


refrigerant pipe connection
port 15.88 flare (Blazed)
(19.05, 22.22 Cut off to connect.)

150

Indoor unit side refrigerant pipe connection port 15.88 (flare)

1300

To connect with a 9.52 pipe, use a different diameter pipe joint "A" supplied as an accessory.
To connect with a 12.7 pipe, Cut off to connect with the different diameter joint "A" supplied
with the unit.
Upper

Notes(1) Heat insulating materials are supplied with the unit. Please use them.
(2) Please cut off a pipe suitably on the installation site at the middle of a section of a diameter
to be used.
(3) Please install a header in such a manner that it will branch horizontally.

100 or more

No.1
400 or more

2 The positions of hanger bolts.


Use four M10 bolts for the hanging bolts. (to be procured from a local supplier)
Please fasten securely as illustrated in the drawing below.
Hanger bolt
M10 nut

Main body

Washer for M10

50

Spring washer for M10

When you install the main body, but you cannot


position it properly to the opening of the ceiling,
please adjust the position by moving it along a
fixing metal's oblong hole.

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No.2

No.3
Down

Service space

No.4
150 or more

Cautions when carrying a unit.


In carrying the unit, please hold it by the hooks. Holding pipes can result in pipe deformation and unit failure.
Do not put your hand in the notch area for fear that you should get hurt.
Since the unit is heavy (30kg), take care in handling it.

c) Refrigerant piping
* observe the following tightening
A branching controller has on its main body beneath the connection ports such indications as
torque in tightening a flare nut.
S.G (OUT), D.G (OUT) and I.G (IN) provided for the outdoor unit gas suction pipe, the
6.35
14~18(N.m)
outdoor unit gas discharge pipe and indoor unit gas pipes respectively, so please make sure that
you connect correct pipes to correct ports.
9.52
34~42(N.m)
No liquid pipe needs to be connected to a branching controller.
12.7
49~61(N.m)
In connecting pipes to a branching controller or an indoor unit, always tighten a flare joint with two
15.88
68~82(N.m)
spanners applied at a time.
Please use a flange joint supplied with the unit to connect an intake gas pipe. Tighten two bolts
evenly with a gasket for flange connection inserted securely in the middle.
(Fastening torque: 35 +/- 4N-m)
1 Refrigerant pipe connection.
Please heat-insulate a pipe connection with a pipe cover or a flange cover supplied with the unit without fail.
Flare joints

Heat insulation to be
implemented on the
installer's part

Flange joints

Fasten with a band

Heat insulation to be
implemented on the
installer's part

Please use a seal tape.

d) Electrical wiring work


Please implement cabling according to the instructions contained in the drawing below.
Relay kit
(an accessory to a branching controller)
Indoor unit 2

Branching controller

No.2

Signal wire

CnT
Blue
6P

CnT1

CnB

Control board
Relay kit
Signal wire
(an accessory to a
branching controller)
Earth

Indoor unit 1

No.1

Control box
CnT
Blue
6P

CnT1

CnB

CnU
1 2
Power unit Terminal block

Power wire (One place)


Earth

Signal wire

2.0/2.0(mm2)

4(pieces)

Power wire

2.0/2.0(mm2)

2(pieces)

Appearance drawing of a relay kit


40

90
85

(5) Please connect the earth wire from a branching controller to an indoor unit and relay kits.
(6) Please fix a relay kit with 2 screws (to be procured on the installers part) on the back of the
ceiling or a wall in the proximity of an indoor unit.
(7) When installation work is completed, please check the above-mentioned points for any
connection errors.

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22.5

Flxing hole 6

100

Notes(1) Please connect a signal wire from a relay kit to the connector of the same connection port
number with the coolant pipe.
(2) Please connect the power cable of a branching controller to the indoor units unit CnU. (at
one place)
(3) Do not extend the signal wire between an indoor unit and a relay kit beyond a 2 m cable
supplied as an accessory.
(4) To extend signal cables connecting between a relay kit and a branching controller and a
power cable connecting between an indoor unit and a branching controller, please use the
cables specified below. In extending these cables, make sure that the consistency of cable
colors is maintained. (When you extend signal and power cables, do not forget to extend a
grounding wire accordingly as well.)

50

Example of piping
 KX series

Branch system
Outdoor unit: FDCA335HKXE4R
Indoor unit: Combination of 8 units
[Branch pipe set : DIS-371-1 1 set, DIS-180-1 4 set, DIS-22-1 2 set]
[Total capacity: 433]
Selecting piping size

FDCA335

Item

Selection procedure

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

Same as the outdoor unit piping size


Total capacity of the connected indoor units 321
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 285
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 249
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 213
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 142
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 112
Indoor unit piping size (56).
Indoor unit piping size (56).
Indoor unit piping size (36).
Indoor unit piping size (36).
Indoor unit piping size (36).
Indoor unit piping size (71).
Indoor unit piping size (71).
Indoor unit piping size (71).

Outdoor unit
Branch Branch
piping 1 piping 2

Branch
piping 6

Branch
piping 7

Branch Branch Branch


piping 3 piping 4 piping 5

G
c

b
a

Indoor unit

56

56

36

36

36

71

71

71

Piping size (mm)


Gas line Liquid line
25.4 12.7
19.05 12.7
19.05 12.7
19.05 12.7
19.05 12.7
15.88 9.52
15.88 9.52
12.7 6.35
12.7 6.35
12.7 6.35
12.7 6.35
12.7 6.35
15.88 9.52
15.88 9.52
15.88 9.52

Selection of branch piping size.


Item
Branch piping 1
Branch piping 2
Branch piping 3
Branch piping 4
Branch piping 5
Branch piping 6
Branch piping 7

Selection procedure
Branch piping set
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 433 DIS-371-1
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 321 DIS-180-1
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 285 DIS-180-1
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 249 DIS-180-1
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 213 DIS-180-1
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 142
DIS-22-1
Total capacity of the connected indoor units 112
DIS-22-1

Notes (1) Make the selection based on the size of each piping for branch piping sets with different size connections.
(2) If diameter adjustment is need for branch connection and on the indoor unit side, always makes the adjustment at the
branch connection.
Horizontally

Notes (1) Use the designated piping size for the piping between
the outdoor unit and the first branch.
(2) Choose the appropriate sized reducer for piping between
the branch pipe and the indoor unit.
The size of reducer should match the piping size of the
indoor unit.
(3) Locate the branch pipe horizontally or vertically as
illustrated on the right.

Floor

Good

No

Vertically
Floor
Floor
No
Floor

292 -

Good

Header system
Outdoor unit: FDCA335HKXE4R
Indoor unit: Combination of 8 units
[ Header pipe set : HEAD8-371-1 1 set]
[Total capacity: 416]
Selecting piping size
Selection procedure

Item

Outdoor unit
FDCA335

A Same as the outdoor unit piping size


A

Header

Piping size (mm)


Gas line Liquid line
25.4

12.7

Indoor unit piping size (90)

15.88 9.52

Indoor unit piping size (90)

15.88 9.52

12.7

6.35

12.7

6.35

d
a

56

36

36

36

e
f

Indoor unit

90

90

36

36

Indoor unit piping size (36)

g
h
Selection header pipe size

Remarks1. Install the header so that


both the gas pipe and
liquid pipe are horizontal
and so that branches are
horizontal.

Liquid side
Horizontal

Item

Selection point

Model

Header

Total indoor unit capacity

HEAD8-371-1

Horizontal

Notes(1) Select the appropriate size of each pipe for the offset pipe
joints included with the header set.
(2) If it is necessary to adjust the diameter of the header and
indoor unit side piping, be sure to do so on the header
side.

Floor

Gas side
Horizontal
Floor

2. It is not necessary to install a trap in the stand pipe.

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Example of piping
Branch system (When piping length exceeds 90m)
Outdoor unit: FDCA450HKXE4R
Indoor unit: Combination of 8 units
[Branch pipe set : DIS-540-1 1 set, DIS-371 3 set, DIS-180 2 set, DIS-22-1 1 set]
[Total capacity: 556]
Selecting piping size
Piping size (mm)
Gas line Liquid line
31.8 12.7
A Outdoor unit side piping size(see page 664)
1
B Total capacity of the connected indoor units 444 25.4 12.7
C Total capacity of the connected indoor units 408 25.4 12.7
2
D Total capacity of the connected indoor units 372 25.4 12.7
3
E Total capacity of the connected indoor units 336 19.05 12.7
F Total capacity of the connected indoor units 224 19.05 12.7
G Total capacity of the connected indoor units 112 15.88 9.52
12.7 6.35
a Indoor unit piping size (56).
12.7 6.35
b Indoor unit piping size (56).
12.7 6.35
c Indoor unit piping size (36).
12.7 6.35