Gree Central Air conditioners

GMV5 DC INVERTER MULTI VRF UNITS
INSTALLATION • COMMISSIONING • MAINTENANCE MANUAL

PREFACE
This manual specifies safe operation requirements for GMV5
series VRF units from perspectives of engineering and installation,
commissioning and maintenance, as well as basic principles and
implementation methods. Professional operators must abide
by relevant national (local) safety requirements and technical
specifications set forth in this manual during operations; otherwise,
the air conditioning system may fail or be damaged, and personnel
safety accident may also occur.

GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning
and Maintenance Manual

 Chapter 1  Introduction to Basic Features of Units

INTRODUCTION
CONTENTS

I. Basic Operating Principle���������������������������������������������������� 2
II. Internal Piping Design of the Units������������������������������������ 2
III. Basic Parameters of Unit��������������������������������������������������� 3
IV. Electrical Parameters������������������������������������������������������� 11
V. Optional Accessories�������������������������������������������������������� 16
VI. Basic Requirement for Pipe Connection����������������������� 16
VII. Precautions on Refrigerant Leakage���������������������������� 17
VIII. Unit Operating Temperature������������������������������������������ 18
IX. Configuration of Full Fresh Air Conditioning IDU��������� 18

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GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning
and Maintenance Manual

I. Basic Operating Principle 3. Names and Main Functions of Components
Outdoor units of GMV5 VRF air conditioner can be
No. Name Main Function
INTRODUCTION

implemented by combining multiple modules in parallel. Similarly,
indoor units (IDUs) consist of multiple units connecting in parallel. Adjusts its own rotational speed based on the
1 Compressor actual requirement of the system to implement
The operating principle is as follows: When an IDU is operating
capacity control.
in cooling mode, the outdoor unit (ODU) can correspondingly
Maintains a proper oil temperature in the
enable the outdoor module based on the operating load
Compressor heat compressor when the compressor is in standby
requirement of the IDU. The outdoor heat exchanger serves as 2
tape status, ensuring the reliability during compressor
a system condenser, and the heat exchangers of cooling IDUs startup.
are connected in parallel to serve as a system evaporator. The Compressor
Detects a compressor's exhaust gas
casing-top
circulation of air supply and air return of the IDU is performed 3 temperature for compressor control and
temperature
to adjust the indoor temperature and humidity. When an IDU is protection.
sensor
operating in heating mode, all four-way valves in the ODU module Exhaust pipe
Detects a compressor's exhaust gas
are switched into energized status. The outdoor heat exchange temperature
4 temperature for compressor control and
serves as the system evaporator, and the heat exchanger of sensor of
protection.
compressor
the IDU serves as the system condenser. The circulation of air
Protects a compressor by sending feedback
supply and air return of the IDU is performed to adjust the indoor High-pressure signal to stop the system when the compressor's
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temperature and humidity. circuit breaker discharge temperature exceeds the operating
value of high-pressure circuit breaker.
II. Internal Piping Design of the Units
Separates the gas and oil in the system to
1. Piping Diagram of GMV-224WM/B-X, GMV-280WM/B-X, and 6 Oil extractor
ensure compressor reliability.
GMV-335WM/B-X Equalizes the oil for all modules in the case of
Oil equalizing excess oil in the current module when multiple
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device modules are arranged in parallel, thus ensuring
the system reliability.
Maintains a proper oil temperature in the
Heat tape of oil compressor when the compressor is in standby
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equalizing device status, ensuring the reliability of compressor
startup.
Prevents high-pressure gas from entering
the compressor and fast balances the
9 One-way valve
suction pressure and discharge pressure in a
compressor.
Detects the high pressure value in the system
High-pressure
10 in real time mode for compressor protection and
sensor
other control functions.

Used for the switching between the cooling and
11 Four-way valve
heating functions of system IDU.

12 Heat exchanger Used for outdoor heat exchange.

13 Fan Strengthens heat exchanging.

Defrosting
2. Piping Diagram of GMV-400WM/B-X and GMV-450WM/B-X 14 temperature Used for defrosting detection.
sensor

Electronic
15 expansion valve Controls refrigerant adjustment in heating mode.
for heating

16 One-way valve Controls refrigerant flow direction.

Subcooler Controls the degree of subcooling of tube
17 electronic refrigerant when the system is running in cooling
expansion valve mode, and reduces the capacity loss on pipes.

18 Subcooler Controls the degree of subcooling of tube.

Liquid outlet
temperature
19 Detects tube temperature.
sensor of
subcooler
Detects the inlet temperature of gas-liquid
Inlet temperature
separator to prevent the system from running
20 sensor of gas-
when the refrigerant flows back to the
liquid separator
compressor.

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+ GMV-280WM/B-X + 930 x 765 x 1605 valve 1 GMV-504WM/B-X GMV-224WM/B-X 930 x 765 x 1605 Used for oil equalizing control among modules 225+225 5. valve 2 1340 x 765 x 1605 GMV-450WM/B-X Prevents impurities from entering components 29 Filter R410A Φ12. closed when the unit is delivered 32 Air valve from the factory and will be opened after R410A Φ12.5 20 56 Detects internal status of gas-liquid separator temperature 24 to further control the compressor suction sensor of gas- performance. R410A Φ9.7+6. 18 Avoids over-high pressure caused by pipeline 27 Unloading valve blind spot.5 285 8.52 22. Basic Parameters of ODU Name Built-in Filling Balance pipe Liquid Pipe Dimensions (W x D x H) Gas Pipe Refrigeration Capacity Power Supply Heating Cooling Volume Combination Mode Model Weight Dimensions Refrigerant Capacity Tubing Rated 3 . 225+225 6.7 R410A Φ15.5 37.52 Outlet 62.9 Φ28. GMV-280WM/B-X 930 x 765 x 1605 37 Air by-pass valve Avoids extra-high or low operating pressure.5 and avoid reverse flow of oil.52 38 Ensures success startup of compressor.2 R410A Φ15. valve Stop valve.05 R410A Φ9. 31.7 Φ28.6 Φ9.7 Φ25.2 Φ9.5 225 6. Pressure.52 50.7+8. sensor of 225+285 INTRODUCTION 6.6 Φ9.7 R410A 26 One-way valve Φ15.4 Φ9.6 Φ9.6 Φ9.9+6.9 Φ28.52 33.52 Φ9. 10. liquid separator Oil equalizing 25 Used for oil equalizing control among modules.9 Φ28.4 225 5.4 56.8 installation.52 61.7 Φ25.7 10 28 — balanced valve GMV-224WM/B-X 930 x 765 x 1605 Φ19.2 12 — Checks the quality of refrigerating machine oil of 35 Oil check valve compressor during maintenance.52 Φ22.52 360 9.4 Φ9. closed when the unit is delivered 1340 x 765 x 1605 GMV-335WM/B-X 34 Oil balance valve from the factory and will be opened after installation. closed when the unit is delivered 31 Liquid valve from the factory and will be opened after installation. Avoid over-high pressure caused by pipeline 36 Unloading valve blind spot. R410A Φ12. Separate gas and liquid to prevent the system Gas-liquid 23 from running when the refrigerant flows back to + GMV-280WM/B-X + 930 x 765 x 1605 GMV-560WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X 930 x 765 x 1605 separator the compressor. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Gas outlet + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + GMV-335WM/B-X GMV-615WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X 930 x 765 x 1605 temperature 21 Detects gas temperature of subcooler. 14 40 45 — Low-pressure Detects the low pressure value or charges 33 measurement refrigerant during system running.9 25 — 8 HP mm mm mm mm kW kW — kg kg III.5 subcooler 22 69 Low-pressure Detects system low pressure to avoid extra-low 22 sensor operating pressure. Stop valve. Oil equalizing 28 Used for oil equalizing control among modules.3 360 380-415V 3N~ 50Hz/60Hz 16 45 50 — 30 Capillary tube Supports flow regulating and pressure reduction. Basic Parameters of Unit 1.52 and parts. 1340 x 765 x 1605 GMV-400WM/B-X Stop valve.

05 and Maintenance Manual Tubing Air Pipe mm Φ28.3 Volume .05 Φ19.05 Φ19.7+10.05 Φ19.7+9.3 Volume Model GMV-1130WM/B-X GMV-1180WM/B-X GMV-1235WM/B-X GMV-1300WM/B-X GMV-1350WM/B-X GMV-1410WM/B-X GMV-1460WM/B-X Refrigeration Capacity HP 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X + GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-335WM/B-X GMV-400WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X + Combination Mode — + GMV-400WM/B-X + + GMV-450WM/B-X + + GMV-450WM/B-X + + GMV-450WM/B-X + + GMV-450WM/B-X + + GMV-400WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X Power Supply 380-415V 3N~ 50Hz/60Hz Rated Cooling kW 113 118 123.7+10.8 Φ31.52 Φ9.1 Φ38.7+6.8 6.1 Φ38.8+10.2 Φ22.3 10.3+10.3 9.5 95 100 108 113 119 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 Dimensions (W x D x H) mm + 930 x 765 x 1605 + 930 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 Liquid Pipe mm Φ15.3 8.2+10.2+10.7+10.05 Φ19.5 Φ44.7+10.3+10.52 Φ9.3 8.3 9.7+6.52 Φ9.7+9.5 Dimensions Balance pipe mm Φ9.05 Φ19.8+10.52 Φ9.3 6.6 Φ31.5 Capacity Heating kW 76.52 Φ9.05 Φ19.52 Weight kg 225+360 225+360 285+360 360+360 360+360 225+225+360 225+225+360 225+285+360 Name R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A Refrigerant Built-in Filling kg 6.8 Φ31.3 6.52 Φ9.52 Φ9.7+8.5 81.5 85 90 96 101 106.52 Φ9.52 Weight kg 225+360+360 225+360+360 285+360+360 360+360+360 360+360+360 225+225+360+360 225+225+360+360 Name R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A Refrigerant Built-in Filling kg 6.5 131.3+10.52 Φ9.3+10.4 INTRODUCTION Model GMV-680WM/B-X GMV-730WM/B-X GMV-785WM/B-X GMV-850WM/B-X GMV-900WM/B-X GMV-960WM/B-X GMV-1010WM/B-X GMV-1065WM/B-X Refrigeration Capacity HP 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-335WM/B-X GMV-400WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X Combination Mode — + GMV-280WM/B-X + GMV-280WM/B-X + GMV-335WM/B-X + GMV-400WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-400WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X Power Supply 380-415V 3N~ 50Hz/60Hz Rated Cooling kW 68 73 78.3+10.1 Dimensions Balance pipe mm Φ9.3+10.3+10.8+10.2 Tubing Air Pipe mm Φ38.2+10.8 6.7+6.05 Φ19.1 Φ38.5 130 135 141 146 Capacity Heating kW 126.05 Φ19.3 10.5 137.7+9.3 6.7+6.8 Φ31.1 Φ38.05 Φ22.7+9.1 Φ44.8 Φ31.3 6.52 Φ9.9 Φ19.05 Φ19.05 Φ19.3 6.8 Φ38.52 Φ9.52 Φ9.5 145 150 158 163 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 930 x 765 x 1605 + 930 x 765 x 1605 Dimensions (W x D x H) mm + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 Liquid Pipe mm Φ19.5 87.52 Φ9.8+10.1 Φ38.

6 Heating Capacity kW 2.52 Φ9.5 195 200 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 930 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 Dimensions (W x D x H) mm + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 + 1340 x 765 x 1605 Liquid Pipe mm Φ22.35 Φ6.2 Tubing Air Pipe mm Φ44.52 Φ9.3+10.2 Φ22.5 Φ44.52 Φ9.8+10.35 Φ6.7+8.0 4.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.7 Φ12.6 4.35 Φ6.3+10.5 Φ25 x 2.0 5.2+10.0 4.3 9.5 2.7 Φ12.5 5.5 175 180 Capacity Heating kW 169 176.2 3.5 187.3+10.7+10.5 5.2+10.52 Φ12.5 Φ44.35 Φ9.5 1.3+10.52 Φ9.1 High-efficiency Low-static-pressure Air-duct-type IDU Model GMV-ND22PLS/A-T GMV-ND25PLS/A-T GMV-ND28PLS/A-T GMV-ND32PLS/A-T GMV-ND36PLS/A-T GMV-ND40PLS/A-T GMV-ND45PLS/A-T GMV-ND50PLS/A-T GMV-ND56PLS/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 1 1 1 1.2 3.3 6.2 Φ22.3+10.8 3.7 Φ15.3+10.52 Connective Pipe Air Pipe mm Φ9.52 Φ9.5 Φ44.5 2 2 2 Cooling Capacity kW 2. Model GMV-1515WM/B-X GMV-1580WM/B-X GMV-1630WM/B-X GMV-1685WM/B-X GMV-1750WM/B-X GMV-1800WM/B-X Refrigeration Capacity HP 54 56 58 60 62 64 GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-335WM/B-X GMV-400WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-335WM/B-X + GMV-400WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X Combination Mode — + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X + GMV-450WM/B-X Power Supply 380-415V 3N~ 50Hz/60Hz Rated Cooling kW 151.5 1.3 10.35 Φ6.7+9.2 Φ22.3 6.3 Volume 2.3+10.5 Φ25 x 2.2 Φ22. Basic Parameters of IDU 2.5 Φ25 x 2.9 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ25 x 2.35 Φ6.7 Φ12.52 Weight kg 225+285+360+360 225+360+360+360 225+360+360+360 285+360+360+360 360+360+360+360 360+360+360+360 Name R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A R410A Refrigerant Built-in Filling kg 6.3+10.2 Φ22.5 Dimensions Balance pipe mm Φ9.3 8.5 Φ44.5 2.35 Φ6.7 Φ12.52 Φ9.5 158 163 168.5 Φ44.5 Φ25 x 2.0 5.5 Φ25 x 2.3 Circulating Air Quantity m3/h 450 450 450 550 550 700 700 700 1000 Power Supply 220-240V~50Hz/208-230V~60Hz Liquid Pipe mm Φ6.3+10.5 Φ25 x 2.35 Φ6.6 4.5 Φ25 x 2.8+10.8 3.6 6.5 Thickness and Maintenance Manual GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning Unit WxDxH mm 700 x 615 x 200 700 x 615 x 200 700 x 615 x 200 700 x 615 x 200 700 x 615 x 200 900 x 615 x 200 900 x 615 x 200 900 x 615 x 200 1100 x 615 x 200 Dimensions Net Weight kg 22 22 22 22 22 27 27 27 31 5 INTRODUCTION .2 2.3+10.3+10.5 181.

5 Φ25 x 2.7 Φ12.7 Φ12.9 Φ15.9 Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.5 14.52 Φ9.5 Φ25 x 2.0 5.5 5.0 11.2 High-efficiency All-dimensional Ceiling Cassette Type IDU GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning Model GMV-ND28T/A-T GMV-ND36T/A-T GMV-ND45T/A-T GMV-ND50T/A-T GMV-ND56T/A-T GMV-ND63T/A-T GMV-ND71T/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 1 1.9 and Maintenance Manual OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ25 x 2.5 14.9 Φ15.1 8.52 Φ9.9 Φ15.3 7.35 Φ9.7 Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.52 Φ9.5 Φ25 x 2.2 4.3 7.5 Φ25 x 2.0 Heating Capacity kW 7.5 2 2 2 3 3 Cooling Capacity kW 2.9 Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.2 12.52 Φ9.5 Φ25 x 2.3 7.5 Φ25 x 2.9 Φ15.52 Connective Pipe Air Pipe mm Φ15.6 6.1 Heating Capacity kW 3.5 Φ25 x 2.6 6.5 Thickness Unit WxDxH mm 1100 x 615 x 200 1100 x 615 x 200 1200 x 655 x 260 1340 x 655 x 260 1340 x 655 x 260 1340 x 655 x 260 1340 x 655 x 260 1340 x 655 x 260 Dimensions Net Weight kg 31 31 40 46 46 46 47 47 2.5 Thickness Main Part WxDxH mm 840 x 840 x 190 840 x 840 x 190 840 x 840 x 190 840 x 840 x 190 840 x 840 x 240 840 x 840 x 240 840 x 840 x 240 Dimensions Panel WxDxH mm 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 Dimensions Main Part kg 25 25 25 25 30 30 30 Net Weight Panel kg 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 .0 10.6 4.52 Φ9.0 5.0 3 Circulating Air Quantity m /h 750 750 750 830 1000 1000 1180 Power Supply 220-240V~50Hz/208-230V~60Hz Tubing Liquid Pipe mm Φ9.5 Φ25 x 2.35 Φ6.6 INTRODUCTION Model GMV-ND63PLS/A-T GMV-ND71PLS/A-T GMV-ND80PLS/A-T GMV-ND90PLS/A-T GMV-ND100PLS/A-T GMV-ND112PLS/A-T GMV-ND125PLS/A-T GMV-ND140PLS/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 Cooling Capacity kW 6.9 Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.2 12.9 Φ15.0 9.9 Dimensions Air Pipe mm Φ6.8 3.52 Φ12.0 5.52 Φ9.0 Circulating Air Quantity m3/h 1000 1000 1100 1500 1500 1700 2000 2000 Power Supply 220-240V~ 50Hz/208-230V~60Hz Liquid Pipe mm Φ9.35 Φ6.0 16.5 Φ25 x 2.0 10.1 8.0 9.52 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ25 x 2.9 Φ15.52 Φ9.1 8.0 11.35 Φ6.

2 4.35 Dimensions Air Pipe mm Φ9.0 16.5 5.2 12.9 Φ15.8 3.7 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.0 10.2 12.5 14.9 Dimensions Air Pipe mm Φ9.9 Φ15.5 Thickness Main Part WxDxH mm 840 x 840 x 240 840 x 840 x 320 840 x 840 x 320 840 x 840 x 320 840 x 840 x 320 840 x 840 x 320 910 x 910 x 293 Dimensions Panel WxDxH mm 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 950 x 950 x 65 1040 x 1040 x 65 Dimensions Main Part kg 30 35 35 35 35 35 45 Net Weight Panel kg 7 7 7 7 7 7 7.3 Single-side Air Outlet Ceiling Cassette Type IDU Model GMV-ND28TD/A-T GMV-ND36TD/A-T GMV-ND45TD/A-T GMV-ND50TD/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 1 1.0 11.5 Φ25 x 2.6 Circulating Air Quantity m3/h 600 600 830 830 Power Supply 220-240V~50Hz/208-230V~60Hz Tubing Liquid Pipe mm Φ6.5 Thickness Main Part WxDxH mm 987 x 385 x 178 987 x 385 x 178 987 x 385 x 178 987 x 385 x 178 Dimensions Panel WxDxH mm 1200 x 460 x 55 1200 x 460 x 55 1200 x 460 x 55 1200 x 460 x 55 Dimensions and Maintenance Manual GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning Main Part kg 21 21 22 22 Net Weight Panel kg 4.5 Φ25 x 2.5 2 2 Cooling Capacity kW 2.0 Heating Capacity kW 9.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.52 Φ9.52 Φ9. Model GMV-ND80T/A-T GMV-ND90T/A-T GMV-ND100T/A-T GMV-ND112T/A-T GMV-ND125T/A-T GMV-ND140T/A-T GMV-ND160T/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 Cooling Capacity kW 8.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.2 4.9 Φ15.52 Φ9.0 10.9 Φ15.2 4.0 5.5 Φ25 x 2.0 5.0 16.35 Φ6.6 4.7 Φ12.5 3 Circulating Air Quantity m /h 1180 1500 1500 1700 1860 1860 2100 Power Supply 220-240V~50Hz/208-230V~60Hz Tubing Liquid Pipe mm Φ15.2 7 INTRODUCTION .0 11.9 Φ15.2 4.35 Φ6.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ12.5 Φ25 x 2.52 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ25 x 2.5 Φ25 x 2.0 17.35 Φ6.5 Φ25 x 2.0 9.7 Φ12.0 Heating Capacity kW 3.5 14.5 2.9 Φ15.

9 Φ15.8 3.9 Φ15.0 16.0 Heating Capacity kW 6.0 9.0 10.7 Φ15.9 Φ15.4 High-efficiency Ceiling Type IDU Model GMV-ND28ZD/A-T GMV-ND36ZD/A-T GMV-ND50ZD/A-T GMV-ND63ZD/A-T GMV-ND71ZD/A-T GMV-ND90ZD/A-T GMV-ND112ZD/A-T GMV-ND125ZD/A-T GMV-ND140ZD/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 1 1.0 11.0 5.52 Φ9.5 Φ17 x 2.5 Φ17 x 2.9 Φ15.9 Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.5 14.5 Thickness Unit WxDxH mm 1220 x 700 x 225 1220 x 700 x 225 1220 x 700 x 225 1420 x 700 x 245 1420 x 700 x 245 1700 x 700 x 245 1700 x 700 x 245 1700 x 700 x 245 1700 x 700 x 245 Dimensions Net Weight kg 40 40 40 50 50 50 60 60 60 2.5 14.0 16.52 Φ9.52 Φ9.5 14.9 and Maintenance Manual OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ17 x 2.52 Φ9.6 5.52 Φ9.0 Circulating Air Quantity m3/h 650 650 950 1400 1400 1600 2000 2000 2000 Power Supply 220-240V~ 50Hz/208-230V~ 60Hz Liquid Pipe mm Φ6.5 Φ17 x 2.35 Φ6.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.6 7.5 Φ17 x 2.35 Φ6.7 Φ12.9 Φ15.52 Connective Pipe Air Pipe mm Φ12.2 12.5 14.0 9.6 6.9 Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.9 Φ15.3 7.0 10.0 11.5 Φ17 x 2.9 Φ15.1 8.2 12.5 Φ25 x 2.1 8.5 Φ17 x 2.52 Φ9.5 Φ25 x 2.9 Φ15.52 Φ9.9 Φ15.0 Heating Capacity kW 3.9 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ25 x 2.5 Thickness Unit WxDxH mm 1271 x 558 x 268 1271 x 558 x 268 1271 x 558 x 268 1271 x 558 x 268 1229 x 775 x 290 1229 x 775 x 290 1229 x 775 x 290 1229 x 775 x 290 1229 x 775 x 290 Dimensions Net Weight kg 35 35 35 35 47 47 47 47 47 .0 12.3 7.52 Φ9.9 Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.5 Φ25 x 2.9 Φ15.35 Φ9.1 8.7 Φ12.8 INTRODUCTION 2.52 Φ9.5 Φ25 x 2.0 6.0 Circulating Air Quantity m3/h 1000 1000 1100 1100 1700 1700 1700 2000 2000 Power Supply 220-240V~ 50Hz/208-230V~ 60Hz Liquid Pipe mm Φ9.0 12.0 10.52 Connective Pipe Air Pipe mm Φ15.3 7.2 4.1 9.5 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 Cooling Capacity kW 2.0 11.5 Φ17 x 2.5 High-efficiency High-static-pressure Air-duct-type IDU GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning Model GMV-ND56PHS/A-T GMV-ND63PHS/A-T GMV-ND71PHS/A-T GMV-ND80PHS/A-T GMV-ND90PHS/A-T GMV-ND100PHS/A-T GMV-ND112PHS/A-T GMV-ND125PHS/A-T GMV-ND140PHS/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 Cooling Capacity kW 5.5 Φ17 x 2.52 Φ9.

9 Φ15.0 Φ28 x 4.4 28.0 11.0 5.7 Φ15.0 13.8 3.0 31.35 Φ6.52 Connective Pipe Air Pipe mm Φ9.2 2.3 7.0 8.2 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ30 x 1.0 11.35 Φ6.8 6.7 Φ12.5 5.52 Φ9.0 Heating Capacity kW 25.5 9.35 Φ6.35 Φ9.0 13.52 Φ12.5 Thickness Unit WxDxH mm 1483x 791x 385 1686x870X450 Dimensions Net Weight kg 82 105 2. Model GMV-ND224PH/A-T GMV-ND280PH/A-T Refrigeration Capacity HP 8 10 Cooling Capacity kW 22.5 2 2 2 3 3 Cooling Capacity kW 2.0 Φ28 x 4.0 Φ28 x 4.52 Connective Pipe Air Pipe mm Φ19.35 Φ6.0 13.2 4.52 Φ9.6 6.0 9 INTRODUCTION .52 Φ9.5 3.9 Φ15.0 Thickness Unit and Maintenance Manual GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning WxDxH mm 843 x 180 x 275 843 x 180 x 275 940 x 200 x 298 940 x 200 x 298 940 x 200 x 298 1008 x 221 x 319 1008 x 221 x 319 1008 x 221 x 319 Dimensions Net Weight kg 9.05 Φ22.6 4.0 Circulating Air Quantity m3/h 4000 4400 Power Supply 220-240V~50Hz/208-230V~60Hz 220-240V~50Hz/208-230V~60Hz Liquid Pipe mm Φ9.0 Φ28 x 4.0 5.0 Φ28 x 4.0 Φ28 x 4.6 Wall mounted type IDU Model GMV-N22G/A3A-K GMV-N28G/A3A-K GMV-N36G/A3A-K GMV-N45G/A3A-K GMV-N50G/A3A-K GMV-N56G/A3A-K GMV-N63G/A3A-K GMV-N71G/A3A-K Refrigeration Capacity HP 1 1 1.7 Φ12.1 Heating Capacity kW 2.0 5.5 Φ30 x 1.52 Φ9.5 11.3 7.0 Circulating Air Quantity m3/h 500 500 630 630 630 800 800 800 220-240V~ Power Supply 220-240V~50Hz 220-240V~50Hz 220-240V~50Hz 220-240V~50Hz 220-240V~50Hz 220-240V~50Hz 220-240V~50Hz 50Hz Liquid Pipe mm Φ6.9 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ28 x 4.0 Φ28 x 4.

2 3.05 Φ22.0)-M GMV-NX450P/A(X4.6 4.5 (OD x Wall Thickness) Dimensions (W x D x H) mm 710 x 450 x 200 710 x 450 x 200 710 x 450 x 200 710 x 450 x 200 710 x 450 x 200 1010 x 450 x 200 Net Weight kg 18.5 2.5 Φ25 x 2.5)-M GMV-NX280P/A(X3.035 Air Pipe mm Φ9.9 Φ19.8 3.0 x 3 piece .5 130 134 134 208 2.35 Φ6.2 2.7 Connective and Maintenance Manual Pipe Air Pipe mm Φ15.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.5 18.5 Φ25 x 2.52 Φ9.5 18.52 Φ12.52 Φ9.0)-M GMV-NX280P/A(X2.5 Φ26 x 2.7 Φ12.025 0.025 0.52 Φ9.0 Heating Capacity kW 2.35 Φ6.03 0.5 3 Circulating Air Quantity m /h 450 450 450 550 550 750 Noise (H) dB(A) 30 30 30 31 31 33 Power Supply 220~240V-50Hz / 208~230V-60Hz Fan Motor Input Power kW 0.5 Φ26 x 2.4 28 28 45 Heating Capacity kW 10 16 20 20 32 3 Circulating Air Quantity m /h 1200 2000 2500 3000 4000 Standard Static Pressure Pa 150 200 200 200 200 Power Supply 220-240V~50Hz 380-415V 3N~50Hz 380-415V 3N~50Hz 380-415V 3N~50Hz 380-415V 3N~50Hz Liquid Pipe mm Φ9.35 Φ6.8 3.35 Pipe Connecting Mode Through bellmouth Drain Pipe mm Φ26 x 2.5 mm2 x Recommended Power Cable 1.2 3.6 OD x Wall Drain Pipe mm Φ25 x 2.5 19.35 Φ6.35 Φ6.0 4.5 Φ26 x 2.2 Φ22.03 0.2)-K GMV-NX224P/A(X2.5 19.52 Φ9.5 Φ25 x 2.0)-M Refrigeration Capacity HP 5 8 10 10 16 Cooling Capacity kW 14 22.7 Fresh Air Processing IDU Model GMV-NX140P/A(X1.5 Φ26 x 2.5 2.5 Φ26 x 2.6 4.025 0.5 23.10 INTRODUCTION 2.52 Φ12.2 Φ28.7 Connective Liquid Pipe mm Φ6.5 Thickness Unit WxDxH mm 1463 x 756 x 300 1500 x 1000 x 500 1500 x 1000 x 500 1500 x 1000 x 500 1700 x 1100 x 650 Dimensions Net Weight kg 63.52 Φ9.8 High-efficiency Low-noise Duct Type Air Conditioner GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning Model GMV-ND22PL/B-T GMV-ND25PL/B-T GMV-ND28PL/B-T GMV-ND32PL/B-T GMV-ND36PL/B-T GMV-ND40PL/B-T Cooling Capacity kW 2.

0 x 3 piece IV.0 3 Circulating Air Quantity m /h 750 750 850 850 1100 Unit External Static Pressure dB(A) 33 33 35 35 37 Power Supply 220~240V-50Hz / 208~230V-60Hz Fan Motor Input Power kW 0.0 2.0×5 GMV-400WM/B-X GMV-400WM/B-X 40 40 6.045 0.0×5 + 6. Electrical Parameters 1.5×5 GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-280WM/B-X 25 25 2.5 2.0×5 GMV-680WM/B-X 280+400 63 25 + 40 2.52 Φ9.7 Φ15.0 + 6.0×5 GMV-730WM/B-X 280+450 63 25 + 40 2.045 0.5 Φ26 x 2.0 2.05 Air Pipe mm Φ12.5×5 + 4.5×5 + 6.9 Φ15.3 7. Power Cable Wire Gauge and Circuit Breaker Selection Air switch Air switch Wire size of power supply Model Basic models Wire size of combined uni (mm2) capacity (A) capacity for combined units (A) (mm2) GMV-224WM/B-X GMV-224WM/B-X 20 20 2.035 0.9 Φ15.5 + 2.0 + 6.5 + 4.2 Heating Capacity kW 5.5×5 + 2.5×5 GMV-335WM/B-X GMV-335WM/B-X 32 32 4.5×5 + 6.5 + 2.0×5 + 6.5 5.5 2.0×5 11 INTRODUCTION .0 6.0×5 GMV-450WM/B-X GMV-450WM/B-X 40 40 6.5 30.0 5.5 Φ26 x 2.5 Φ26 x 2.5 + 6.0×5 GMV-900WM/B-X 450+450 80 40 + 40 6.0 6.6 6.0 4.52 Φ9.52 Pipe Connecting Mode Through bellmouth Drain Pipe (OD x Wall mm Φ26 x 2.5 24.0 5.5×5 GMV-615WM/B-X 280+335 50 25 + 32 2.5 2.5 23.0 6.5 2 mm x Recommended Power Cable 1.0 6.5 24.5 Thickness) Dimensions (W x D x H) mm 1010 x 450 x 200 1010 x 450 x 200 1010 x 450 x 200 1010 x 450 x 200 1310 x 450 x 200 Net Weight kg 23.0×5 GMV-504WM/B-X 224+280 40 20 + 25 2.0 6.0×5 + 6.3 7.5 Φ26 x 2.5×5 GMV-560WM/B-X 280+280 50 25 + 25 2.0 2.5 + 6.7 Φ12. Model GMV-ND45PL/B-T GMV-ND50PL/B-T GMV-ND56PL/B-T GMV-ND63PL/B-T GMV-ND72PL/B-T Cooling Capacity kW 4.6 6.0×5 GMV-785WM/B-X 400+400 80 40 + 40 6.35 Φ9.9 Connective Liquid Pipe mm Φ6.35 Φ6.0 8.5 2.0 + 6.035 0.0×5 and Maintenance Manual GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning GMV-850WM/B-X 400+450 80 40 + 40 6.5×5 + 2.

5×5 + 2.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 GMV-1630WM/B-X 280+450+450+450 160 25 + 40 + 40 + 40 2.0 + 6.0 + 6.5 + 2.5×5 + 2.0 2.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.5×5 + 6.0 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 + 6.5×5 + 6.5×5 + 2.5×5 + 6.0 + 6.5×5 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 + 6.0 + 6.5×5 + 6.12 INTRODUCTION Air switch Air switch Wire size of power supply Model Basic models Wire size of combined uni (mm2) capacity (A) capacity for combined units (A) (mm2) GMV-900WM/B-X 450+450 80 40 + 40 6.5×5 + 4.0×5 + 6.5 + 2.0 + 6.5 + 6.0×5 GMV-1800WM/B-X 450+450+450+450 160 40 + 40 + 40 + 40 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 + 6.0 + 6.0 2.0×5 GMV-1130WM/B-X 280+400+450 100 25 + 40 + 40 2.0 2.5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 + 6.5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 6.0 + 6.0 2.0 + 6.0 + 6.0 2.0×5 GMV-1180WM/B-X 280+450+450 100 25 + 40 + 40 2.5 + 6.0×5 GMV-960WM/B-X 280+280+400 80 25 + 25 + 40 2.0 + 6.5 + 6.0 6.5×5 + 6.0 6.0×5 GMV-1300WM/B-X 400+450+450 125 40 + 40 + 40 6.5 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 GMV-1750WM/B-X 400+450+450+450 160 40 + 40 + 40 + 40 6.0 + 6.0 2.0×5 GMV-1350WM/B-X 450+450+450 125 40 + 40 + 40 6.0×5 GMV-1580WM/B-X 280+400+450+450 125 25 + 40 + 40 + 40 2.0×5 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 6.0 2.0 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 GMV-1410WM/B-X 280+280+400+450 125 25 + 25 + 40 + 40 2.5 + 6.5 + 6.0 2.5 + 2.5×5 + 6.5 + 2.0×5 GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning Air switch Air switch Wire size of power supply Model Basic models Wire size of combined uni (mm2) capacity (A) capacity for combined units (A) (mm2) GMV-1460WM/B-X 280+280+450+450 125 25 + 25 + 40 + 40 2.0 2.0 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 GMV-1065WM/B-X 280+400+400 100 25 + 40 + 40 2.0 + 6.5×5 + 2.5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0 2.5×5 + 6.0 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 GMV-1685WM/B-X 335+450+450+450 160 32 + 40 + 40 + 40 4.0 + 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.5 + 4.0×5 + 6.0 4.0×5 GMV-1515WM/B-X 280+335+450+450 125 25 + 32 + 40 + 40 2.0×5 GMV-1010WM/B-X 280+280+450 80 25 + 25 + 40 2.0×5 + 6.0×5 + 6.5×5 + 6.0 + 6.0×5 and Maintenance Manual GMV-1235WM/B-X 400+400+450 125 40 + 40 + 40 6.0×5 .0×5 + 6.0 6.

② The power cable specifications are obtained under the 40~32A 40 6.0 1. 220-240V~50Hz 10 1.0 1.0 25. 220-240V~50Hz circuit breaker is working.0 6 1.0 1. the working 50~40A 50 10. adjust the specifications based on 100~80A 100 35.0 1.0 unit.0 temperature of multi-core copper cable (for example. 220-240V~50Hz ③ The circuit breaker specifications are obtained under 6 1. ND112PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz 13 .0 Conditioner A(X2. In different applications. the circuit breaker is off.0 Specification Power Capacity/A Grounding Conditioner Cable/ Wire/mm2 Single-side Air Outlet mm2 Ceiling Cassette Type 6 1.5 ① The circuit breaker and power cable specifications are 20~16A 20 2. 80~63A 80 25.0 indoor units breaker (A) ND280PH/A-T /208-230V~60Hz cord (mm2) wire (mm2) <10A 10 1. 125~100A 125 50.0 Minimum duct-type Air Conditioner Sectional Circuit Sectional All-dimensional Ceiling Power Supply Area of Mode Breaker Area of Cassette Type Air 6 1. sectional Min.0 4. 220-240V~50Hz ④ When breaker devices are installed near the unit. In different GMV.0 1. adjust the specifications based on national standards.2)-K GMV-NX224P/ Floor Ceiling Split Unit 6 1.0 cm (required for both indoor and outdoor units). specifications based on the circuit breaker manual.0 1.0 ④ The sectional area of a wire is applicable for a distance Table B: The breaker capacity and power cable specifications range of up to 15 m.0 6.5 selected based on the maximum power (maximum current) of the 32~20A 32 4.0 ND224PH/A-T /208-230V~60Hz Min. GMV. adjust the 6 1.0 Air Conditioner A(X1. used only for short-circuit protection and abnormal overload of the ⑤ The circuit breaker specifications are obtained under corresponding indoor unit. and the cable is exposed in cable troughs.0 temperature of multi-core copper cable (for example.0 10. increase when a circuit breaker is installed on each indoor unit the sectional area of the wire correspondingly to prevent the wire independently.0)-M type Air Conditioner GMV-NX450P/ 380-415V~50Hz 10 1.0)-M Wall mounted type Air GMV-NX280P/ 6 1. 220-240V~50Hz 6 1. refer to the following table.0 1.0 1. 220-240V~50Hz 6 1. (A) (mm2) (mm2) Electrical Parameters of Fresh Air Conditioning IDU Low-static-pressure Air. 220-240V~50Hz 6 1. If the distance is greater than 15 m. sectional Total capacity of Capacity of circuit GMV.0 A(X3.0 1. ③ Only copper conductor cable can be used.0 380-415V~50Hz 6 1. 220-240V~50Hz INTRODUCTION 6 1. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual For information about the leakage circuit breaker for an indoor GMV. 220-240V~50Hz 6 1.0)-M Conditioner Note: Minimum Sectional ① The circuit breaker and power cable specifications are Circuit Breaker Model Power Supply Area (mm²) of Capacity (A) selected based on the maximum power (maximum current) of the Grounding Wire units. Note that the circuit breaker of the indoor unit is from being burned due to overload current and to avoid fire.0 1.0 A(X2.0 16.0 GMV-NX140P/ 220-240V~50Hz 6 1. 380-415V~50Hz 6 1. 220-240V~50Hz ② The power cable specifications are obtained under the 6 1. YJV cable) ND63PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz is 90°C. All the conditions that the ambient temperature is 40°C when the circuit breaker terminals must be connected to one main power circuit breaker is working. 220-240V~50Hz area of power area of grounding 10 1.5)-M GMV-NX280P/ Static-pressure Air-duct. and the cable is exposed in cable troughs .0 applications. which is used to cut off the power of all indoor units. adjust the switch.0 ND90PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz specifications based on the circuit breaker manual. The circuit breaker capacities ND125PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz listed in the following table indicate the circuit breaker capacities GMV.0 380-415V~50Hz 6 1.0 In different applications. Minimum Minimum ⑥ The circuit breaker must support magnetic release and Breaker thermal release at the same time to protect the system from short Sectional Area Sectional Area of IDU Capacity of Power Cable Grounding Cable circuit and overload.5 1. Minimum 6 1.0 1.0 ND56PHS/A-T /208230V~60Hz conditions that the ambient temperature is 40°C. GMV. GMV. ND71PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz GMV.0 90°C. the working GMV.0 units.0 when all indoor units in the same system are connecting ND140PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz connected to the main power.0 1.0 Note: 16~10A 16 1. the 6 1.0 national standards. In different applications.0 16. YJV cable) is 63~50A 63 16.0 16. Usually.0 ND100PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz minimum distance between different levels of breaker devices is 3 GMV.0 the conditions that the ambient temperature is 40°C when the ND80PHS/A-T /208-230V~60Hz GMV.0 conditions that the ambient temperature is 40°C.0 Electrical Parameters of High-static-pressure Air-duct-type Air A(X4.5 2.

3 Circuit diagram of GMV-400WM/B-X and GMV- 450WM/B-X 2. Circuit Diagram 2.1 GMV-ND**PLS/A-T series air-duct-type air conditioner 2.2 Circuit Diagram of IDU 2.1 Circuit Diagram of ODU INTRODUCTION GMV-ND22PLS/A-T~GMV-ND80PLS/A-T 2.2.1 Circuit diagram of GMV-224WM/B-X and GMV- 280WM/B-X 2.1.2 GMV-ND***T/A-T series ceiling cassette type air conditioner GMV-ND28T/A-T~GMV-ND80T/A-T 14 .2. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 2.1.2 Circuit diagram of GMV-335WM/B-X GMV-ND90PLS/A-T~GMV-ND140PLS/A-T 2.1.

6-core Electronic expansion valve connect toCN19.3 GMV-ND***TD/A-T series single-side air outlet ceiling Temp.5 GMV-N**G/A3A-K eriesWall mounted type Air temperature temperature Indoor unit Environment Conditioner 20K Ou sensor sensor 20K In 15 K Red Humidity sensor Red Black White Black Five-core electronic expansion valve connected to FB Six-core electronic expansion valve connected to FA Black Swing motor White Display board Panel body White Black Black M2 Water pump Liquid level switch 2.4 GMV-ND***PHS/A-T series high-static-pressure air- duct-type air conditioner INTRODUCTION GMV-ND90PLS/A-T~GMV-ND140PLS/A-T INDOOR UNIT XT1 3RD L L N N 19YEGN 1RD 17BU 18BK 7GN 12BU 4WH PE 2WH 20K Inductor 5BK6 BU POWER PE X1 X2 X1 X2 X3 X5 CN2 CN3 CN35 CN31 YEGN PE X4 AP2 Communication XT2 13BK CN6 14WH CN451 Cord Interface 8RD 15YE D1 AP1 16BU PE 9BK CN501 D2 10BN CN12 H1 11OG H2 CN19 CN25 CN26 CN28 CN20 Wired U VW Controller M Interface Fan RT1 RT4 RT2 Motor θ θ θ Wired Outdoor EKV Controller 15K 20K 20K Or Indoor AP3 Electronic Environment In Out 2.2.2. Temp. Sensor Sensor Sensor Expansio n Valve cassette type air conditioner Note:5-core Electronic expansion valve connect toCN20. Temp. let temperature sensor tlet 2.6 GMV-ND***ZD/A-T series floor ceiling split unit Blue Blue M1 Fan Yellow/Green Yellow/Green Orange Brown Black Red Yellow/Green Power supply Evaporator communication controller Wired outdoor Indoor/ units 15 .2. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual GMV-ND90T/A-T~GMV-ND140T/A-T 2.2.

and FQ04/A Remote-control Receiver Applicable for air-duct- JS03 Board type IDUs. that support CAN Commissioning Software DE40-33/A(C) bus communication technology.0)-M. The tubing system used among modules includes air pipes. Basic Requirement for Pipe Connection 2. GMV-NX224P/A(X2.2)-K GMV5 series VRF units support the following optional INTRODUCTION accessories: Export Model Remark ODU ML01/A For model selection.5)-M. GMV-NX450P/A(X4. the oil check valve can be used to extract lubricating 16 . GMV- Applicable for units NX280P/A(X3. GMV-ND90T/A-T~GMV-ND140T/A-T Note: ① F u n c t i o n s o f o i l c h e c k v a l v e : D u r i n g a f t e r . Optional Accessories GMV-NX140P/A(X1. refer to Pipe Selection. that is.7 GMV-NX**P/A(X**)-* series fresh air processing unit V. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 2.0)-M. Outdoor units adopt the modular combination design of individual cooling system.2. GMV-NX280P/A(X2. units are connected by using pipes in parallel during installation.2. Provides the Commissioning Remote commissioning YV1L1 Controller functions for function settings of IDUs.0)-K. VI. FQ01B/A. IDU FQ02/A.s a l e maintenance. Software FE31-00/AD(BM) Optoelectronic Isolation GD02 Applicable for units Remote Converter that support CAN Monitoring bus communication System MODbus ME30-24/E4(M) technology. Gateway BACnet MG30-24/D2(B) Gateway Note: Contact local sales company for optional accessories. liquid pipes and oil equalizing pipes.8 GMV-ND***PL/B-T series low-noise duct type air conditioner 1. Manifold FQ01A/A. FQ03/A.

3) Calculate the maximum refrigerant concentration of the GMV-1010WM/B-X 59 50. Since the concentration of Capacity Capacity refrigerant is greater than that of air.3 GMV-1800WM/B-X 80 90. GMV-280WM/B-X 16 14. the accumulative charge GMV-560WM/B-X 33 28.5 168. Precautions on Refrigerant Leakage in the system.5 152.3 106.8 45. GMV-1070WM/B-X 63 53.8 204.3kg /m³ as the maximum GMV-1350WM/B-X 64 67. or contact local Gree sales company. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual oil samples.5 In this case. The oil check valve can also serve as the inlet for Personnel related to air conditioning engineering design lubricating oil charging.5 144.5 Note: The length.8 Method for calculating the maximum concentration of GMV-335WM/B-X 19 16. which is nonflammable and nontoxic.0 —— —— —— —— 17 . GMV-1700WM/B-X 80 85.2 68.0 consisting of multiple modules in parallel. width and height of the indoor space. If such safety requirement is unavailable in local ② Functions of low-pressure check valve: It is mainly used documents. The maximum refrigerant charge and maximum refrigerant concentration in the system are calculated directly based on the size of the air conditioning space. which are further detected to analyze the oil quality VII.5 220. R410A refrigerant. GMV-1410WM/B-X 66 70. pay attention to the spaces GMV-224WM/B-X 13 11. Gas pipe Oil equalizing pipe Liquid pipe 2.5 114.8 83.5 Total refrigerant quantity of the system GMV-1130WM/B-X 64 56.0 175.0 229. otherwise.0 243.5 60. the refrigeration system must be redesigned.8 Note: If the maximum supported refrigerant concentration is not GMV-1300WM/B-X 64 65. the design and operation must be implemented based for low pressure detection of the system and refrigerant charging on the following principles: GMV5 series VRF units adopt the during after-sale maintenance.0 91. GMV-450WM/B-X 26 22. Detailed information about the number of units to be connected and capacity ranges is shown in the following table: Maximum Capacity Range of Connected IDU Number of (kW) Model (1) Flow direction of refrigerant leakage.0 37. for preventing refrigerant leakage specified in local laws and overheat oil may burn the operator.6 quantity of modules upon delivery is used) + Onsite charge GMV-615WM/B-X 36 30. people involved can be stifled by the refrigerant. However.4 refrigeration system.3 small-capacity refrigeration systems. width and height here refer to the effective GMV-960WM/B-X 56 48. regulations. GMV-785WM/B-X 46 39.0 75.6 length.3 Minimum volume of air conditioning space GMV-1250WM/B-X 64 62.5 98.2 where the refrigerant may residue.2 refrigerant: GMV-400WM/B-X 23 20.0 quantity = Total refrigerant charge quantity in the system (kg) GMV-680WM/B-X 39 34. or adopt other ventilation GMV-1630WM/B-X 77 81.0 121.5 190.8 Height GMV-900WM/B-X 53 45.4 4) If the maximum refrigerant concentration exceeds the GMV-1460WM/B-X 69 73.0 159. The unit of refrigerant concentration is 1 kg/m³.0 1) Calculate the refrigerant charge quantity of each system.5 136.0 129. Each ODU system can be connected to multiple IDUs.5 available in relevant local standard.0 213. Stop the system for at least 12 hours INTRODUCTION and installation operators must abide by the safety requirement before the extracting of lubricating oil from the system.2 30. Connected IDUs Minimum Maximum (Piece) (2) Room for refrigerant leakage.5 236. for example. separate the refrigeration system into multiple GMV-1580WM/B-X 74 79. Pipe connection diagram of outdoor modules the space for refrigerant leakage must be sufficient to ensure that the refrigerant concentration does not exceed that specified in the safety requirement. otherwise.8 2) Calculate the volume of maximum air conditioning space GMV-730WM/B-X 43 36. the basement.8 Charge quantity of an ODU upon delivery (for the system GMV-504WM/B-X 29 25.5 182.0 197.5 GMV-1750WM/B-X 80 87.0 Volume of air conditioning space (m³) = Length x Width x GMV-850WM/B-X 50 42.3 supported refrigerant concentration.0 54.6 ------------------≤ Maximum supported concentration (kg/m³) GMV-1180WM/B-X 64 59.0 measures.6 (m³).1 allowed threshold. GMV-1515WM/B-X 71 75. use 0.

The capacity of the fresh- air indoor unit cannot exceed 30% of that of the outdoor unit. the unit operating temperature is as follows: Conenction diagram Cooling 16°C~45°C Heating -7°C~16°C IX. Connection requirements: ① .The total capacity of connected fresh-air indoor units must be GMV-NX280P/A(X2. Otherwise. The sum of capacities of indoor units should be 50% to 100% of the capacity of the outdoor unit. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual VIII. Based on the model of indoor unit.the capacity of the outdoor unit. Configuration of Full Fresh Air Conditioning IDU Multi-connected fresh-air air-conditioning unit brings in air from outdoor and provides processed air for indoor users.0)-M outdoor unit. multi-connected fresh-air air- conditioning unit supports two connection methods: (1) The indoor units in the following table can be connected to one set of outdoor unit system together with ordinary multi- connected air-conditioning indoor units.0)-M GMV-450WM/B-X 18 . The total capacity of all connected fresh- air indoor units and ordinary indoor units must be 50% to 100% of the capacity of the GMV-NX224P/A(X2.0)-M GMV-280WM/B-X GMV-NX450P/A(X4. Note: When a multi-connected fresh-air indoor unit is connected with a common multi-connected indoor unit. ② .5)-M 50% to 100% of the capacity of the outdoor unit.Among which. the capacity requirement must be strictly followed. T h e f r e s h . Diagram of connecting a fresh-air indoor unit to a common multi-connected indoor unit (2) The indoor units listed in the following table can be connected only in fixed mode. Unit Operating Temperature INTRODUCTION Cooling -5°C~52°C Heating -20°C~24°C In the case of a full fresh air conditioning IDU.a i r i n d o o r u n i t c a n b e used independently.2)-K modular outdoor units. Indoor unit model Outdoor unit model Can be connected to GMV-***WM/B-X series GMV-NX140P/A(X1. Indoor unit model Outdoor unit model GMV-NX280P/A(X3. the refrigeration performance will be affected and the unit may be damaged.

ODU Dimensions and Installation Hole Size������������������� 24 III. Vibration Reduction for ODU������������������������������������������� 33 Part 5 Piping Connection����������������������������������������33 I. Onsite Review of Design Drawing���������������������������������� 22 V. Schematic Diagram of Piping Connection����������������������� 33 II. Installation Safety��������������������������������������������������������������� 21 II. Installation Space Requirement for IDU������������������������� 27 V. Cooperation Between Different Professions����������������� 22 IV. Requirement for Selecting Major Materials�������������������� 23 Part 3 Installation Space Requirement������������������24 I. Schematic Diagram of Piping Sequence������������������������� 33 19 . Position Selection for Manhole and Return Air Inlet������ 32 Part 4 Requirements on Foundation Installation��32 I. Construction Organization Process�������������������������������� 23 Part 2 Material Selection�����������������������������������������23 I. GMV5/GMV5S DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual  Chapter 2  Installation CONTENTS Part 1 Engineering Installation Preparation����������21 INSTALLATION I. ODU Foundation����������������������������������������������������������������� 32 II. Installation Space Requirement for ODU����������������������� 24 IV. ODU Fixing������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33 III. Importance of Installation Engineering��������������������������� 21 III. Place Selection for Installing ODU����������������������������������� 24 II. Requirement for Selecting Construction Materials��������� 23 II.

Vacuumization and Desiccation for the System������������� 48 Part 9: Refrigerant Perfusion���������������������������������49 I. Precautions������������������������������������������������������������������������� 43 II. Insulation System������������������������������������������������������������� 42 Part 7 Electric and Controller Installation�������������43 I. Pipe Installation for the Condensate Water System������ 40 2. Fitting pipe between Outdoor Unit and the First Manifold INSTALLATION ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 35 I. Air-tightness Test��������������������������������������������������������������� 48 II. GMV5/GMV5S DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual CONTENTS continue III. Installation of the Communication System�������������������� 44 Part 8: Vacuumization and Desiccation for the Refrigerant System�������������������������������������������������48 I. Pipe Installation for the Cooling System�������������������������� 37 II. Allowable pipe length and drop height among indoor and outdoor units������������������������������������������������������������������ 33 IV. Requirements on Installation������������������������������������������� 40 III. Installation of the Power Cable���������������������������������������� 43 III. Method for Perfusing Refrigerant������������������������������������ 49 20 . Calculation Method for Perfusing Refrigerant����������������� 49 II. Connection Pipe among Outdoor Modules������������������� 34 V.

refrigeration system. the compressor may be operating Incorrect amount of 8 under over-heating environment or running Personnel and property safety are highly concerned during refrigerant is filled. communication circuited or disconnected. improperly installed. 17 prevent the system from normal operation. The possible water II. impurities. conditions. High condensate water Reverse slop or inconsistent connection level of pipe cleanness and dryness is required in the system. thus affecting the air conditioning 3 in the refrigerant pipe due to frequent protection measures. it may cause long-term in a mess. Importance of Installation Engineering pipe is not smooth. Smaller configuration specifications can The refrigerant pipe increase the system pipe resistance and Power cables are Unit components may be damaged and 18 specifications do not affect the cooling performance. Refrigerant pipe 7 unit energy efficiency decreases. noise occur during unit operating. installation. If the design fails to meet the requirement. No. insulation requirement. 6 blocked. failure. Special type operators involved in the engineering 21 . Pipes are more likely to be blocked. The ODU is difficult to be maintained. 10 the condensate water operation of the system. the problem getting serious.. communication The normal communication in the system cables are The cooling performance is reduced. location of the air The air outlet or return air inlet may be short- The vacuum degree The system fails to keep normal operation 16 outlet or return air circuited. overheating operation. or even hinder the normal operation of the does not meet the trigger the protection mode of system due to system and burn the compressor. leakage can damage the IDU's decoration. to directly evaporate to carry out the system heat. which reduces the compressor and reduce the compressor heat exchanging performance or even Water enters into the The ODU is 4 efficiency with abnormal noise generated. water. Nitrogen is not filled Pipes are more likely to be blocked. 5 meet the configuration configuration specifications are waste of requirements. vibration and 12 improperly fixed. decoration might need to be damaged during Nitrogen is filled or even hinder the normal operation of the such operation. is insufficient. air Dust or impurities conditioning performance is reduced. when the refrigerant flows back to the the entire installation process. Installation Problem Possible Consequence manufactured. Relevant personnel must be held responsible for any Water drainage from Residual water in IDUs can affect the normal violation of the regulation. the cold and hot air for heat plug. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Part 1 Engineering Installation Preparation The system cannot correctly control the flow I. harmful for long-term running of the system. Relevant installers must have corresponding engineering construction qualifications. abide by relevant national safety regulations to ensure personnel Insufficient refrigerant circulating in the and property safety. The IDU or the The refrigeration performance is reduced. pipe is insufficient or of condensate water pipe can hinder the 11 Since various pipes need to be prepared and laid out onsite. or improperly Refrigerant pipe is compressor operating under overheat connected. i n d o o r 15 2 pipe or insufficient compressor wear is increased for IDU is insufficient. unit Copper plating may appear on the exhaust is not smooth. system decreases the cooling performance All personnel involved in the installation must attend safety The refrigerant pipe of the air conditioner. The installation space m a i n t e n a n c e a n d c h e c k i n g . various problems may occur in the The air channel is The air channel will deform. system and burn the compressor. materials and can also reduce the cooling Control performance. larger incorrectly provided. the condensate water smooth drainage and cause leakage of the pipe is incorrectly IDU. Long-term operation 9 leaks. carelessness or maloperation during installation may leave connected. Understand the special requirement (if any) for unit installation before implementation to ensure installation quality. air Since there is a lack of space for into the refrigerant conditioning performance is reduced. Installation Safety allocation. or dust inside refrigerant pipes. When inlet is not designed performance. or even 14 refrigeration system. the lubricating effect can be affected and the compressor may be burnt if Control The communication cables are short- impurities were mixed with the lubricating oil. which are exceeds the limit. exchange and the noise may annoy people in surrounding areas. Only qualified personnel can attend the the compressor. The refrigerant pipe or Water can easily condensate and drip to 1 enter into the compressor wear is increased condensate water pipe damage the indoor decoration. Installation implementation must compressor. Problems that usually occur during installation are as follows: The guide vane of air channel is Uneven air quantity allocation reduces the 13 not reasonably overall performance of the air conditioner. and the unit 20 cables are not cannot be started up due to communication The loss in pipe is considerable and the properly protected. instead of other The ratio of slop for agent. INSTALLATION VRF air conditioning systems use refrigerant. compressor and reasonably. under such circumstance may cause an education courses and pass corresponding safety examinations overheating compressor or even damage before installation. potential safety hazard may occur. in 19 fails or the control over IDUs and ODUs turn incorrectly provided certain cases. other major components can be damaged. failures may occur in the system due to ice in addition. before welding. system or even lead to system breakdown.

and decoration. and the horizontal pipe should be placed in the Indoor unit installation ceiling. Concrete engineering on the Leakage test roof 2). process based on Ceiling preparation Outdoor unit the following principles: installation 1). Whether the electrical load is designed based on the Decorative board installation requirement of the air conditioning unit. and refrigeration ConstructionA ir-conditioning mechanics must have relevant operating licenses and are accredited with vocational qualification certification. Pipes must be laid in places away from any automatic spray head for fire-fighting. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual implementation. IV. electricians. if the capacity of concurrently operating IDUs exceeds 100% of the rated capacity of the ODU. luminaries. Insulation (2). A place should be reserved for the ODU base to prevent Frame reinforcement Refrigerant piping the waterproof layer or insulating layer on the roof from being damaged in later phase of installation. The loads of indoor and ODUs must match. Note: Configuration in excess of the capacity of the IDUs can affect the comfort for users. Cooperation Between Different Professions A quality installation of air conditioning engineering depends Engineering cooperation meeting on careful organization and close cooperation between different professions such as architecture. The riser should be installed in the air conditioning tube well. Air ducts and small pipes should leave places for major Vacuum pipes. such as welders. structure. If foundation pipes meet one another at the same elevation. dehumidification (3). Water drainage piping 3). check Indoor and outdoor spaces Refrigerant charging cleaning the following aspects with relevant electric design personnel: 1). the lower the adjustment capacity of an air 22 . Whether the power cable and circuit breaker meet the unit requirement and abide by relevant national safety Pilot run after power- regulations. and decoration. and prepare detailed and feasible construction organization design after reviewing the onsite status. In actual conditions. 2). holes or casing should be preserved. a steel casing must be prepared. Requirements for cooperation with electric: After the capacity of air conditioning unit is determined. electric. Onsite Review of Design Drawing Installation personnel must carefully read and understand the design scheme and drawings provided by engineering designers. the air conditioning system fails to meet the requirement. Drain pipes enjoy the highest priority. The following aspects of working drawing must be reviewed: (1). Requirements for cooperation with decoration engineering: Electric The air conditioning installation should not damage the bearing structure or the decorative style. if possible. If the Piping pipe needs to go through a bearing beam. fire-fighting. Air conditioning pipes Outdoor unit should be laid out along the bottom of the beam as possible. The more the excess is. Any nonconformity must be resolved through coordination. and must be reasonably arranged to ensure that the pipes fit the Working drawing electric. water supply Engineering meeting about socket installation and insertion and drainage. Requirements for cooperation with civil engineering: Iron frame socket installation Pipe laying INSTALLATION 1). 2). Engineering allocation III. Whether the regional power supply quality (including User manual delivery voltage fluctuation and interference noise) meet the international requirement. on 3). Air ducts and pressure pipes should leave places for gravity pipes. The gross rated capacity of the IDU should be set to a value that is 50% to 135% of the rated capacity of the ODU. At places on walls or floors where pipes need to go through. preparation (1).

the pipeline slope must follow the design requirement environmental protection requirement and be provided with of unit. blister. The air duct direction and air flow are reasonably INSTALLATION II.2 1/2H Φ31.40(1/1) ≥1.30(13/8) ≥1. When the capacity exceeds 135% of the Part 2 Material Selection configured value. PP-R pipe. 4). plugs or adhesive tapes. I. V.3 1/2H Φ34.80(5/4) ≥1. total length.3 1/2H Φ38. If environmentally-friendly materials are to be used as (5). relevant certificates. Material requirement: Dephosphorization drawing method of power cables should meet the design requirement of copper pipe for air conditioners unit. pit. Requirement for Selecting Major Materials organized. Pipe bend for trapped oil is required for air pipe riser in Products with fireproof requirements must be provided with the unit to ensure normal circulation in the unit lubricating system.60(9/8) ≥1. The tensile strength must be at least 240 kgf/mm². spot and other defects. the inlet and outlet must be sealed tightly by using pipe caps. Copper pipe (7). contact the designer first 3).4(7/4) ≥1. and conditioning engineering construction must have certifications that between IDUs must be set within the designed range. copper powder. 3). and test reports. fireproof inspection certificates and must meet national and (4). modification record. construction and needs to be modified. Therefore.0 0 Φ22. carbon deposition. 2). Requirements for specifications and wall thickness Water supplying UPVC pipe: Φ32mm×2mm. The configuration specifications. type.2 1/2H Φ25.2(7/8) ≥1.1(17/8) ≥1. (3).5(7/4) ≥1. The pipe diameter and manifold type in the cooling relevant compulsory standards.5 1/2H Φ44.2 1/2H Φ28. all such materials must meet national reasonable.35(1/4) ≥0. Φ50mm×2. All relevant certificates and quality test reports are provided.5 1/2H Φ41. (1). GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual conditioning unit will be.05(3/4) ≥1.10(12/8) ≥1. Specifications requirement R410A Refrigerant System OD (mm/inch) Wall Thickness (mm) Model Φ6.70(1/2) ≥0.8 0 Φ9.8 0 Φ12. control line should meet the design requirement of unit. and without obvious the design drawings. and control 1). (2). 2). The drainage method of unit condensate water must be required by customers. system must meet relevant technical specifications.5mm. Construction Organization Process 5). Condensate water pipe 1). Φ40mm×2mm. and HDG steel pipe. the system reliability can be affected. The arrangement.52(3/8) ≥0. and control method of pipe should be smooth without pinhole. the design be provided. After the inner part of the copper pipe is cleaned and dried. inclusion. Pipes that can be used for air conditioner drainage include: water supplying UPVC pipe. Test report: Certifications and quality test reports must for approval and prepare a written document. The difference of level between an ODU and an IDU. (6). crack. PP-C pipe. that is.8 0 Φ15. The materials.90(11/8) ≥1.5 1/2H 6).5 1/2H Φ51.5 1/2H Φ54. dirt or severe oxide film.0 0 Φ19. peeling. If any design cannot be implemented during scratch. Appearance requirement: The inner and outer surface of (8).9(5/8) ≥1. Note: Engineering construction personnel must strictly abide by rust. 23 . equipment and instruments used during air (2). Requirement for Selecting Construction Materials relevant regulations on capacity limit must be strictly followed.

Installation Space Requirement for ODU IEC 53) (1). In residential areas. III.25mm. The Installation space requirement for single-module unit copper conductors must meet relevant national standard and satisfy the carrying capacity of unit. in addition. Therefore. Refractoriness: at least 120°C. INSTALLATION (4). Rubber foam insulation material. Φ50mm×3. When the diameter of copper pipe is equal to or greater 15 than Φ15. copper core L≤1000 ≥2×0. shielded wire must be used as 1605 the communication cables of the IDU and wired controller. Φ32mm×3. when the diameter of copper 792 pipe is less than 15.25mm. the thickness of insulation material should be at least 20 mm. rooms. process according to the following requirements for (5). ODU should be installed in outdoor spaces instead of in bedrooms. ODU Dimensions and Installation Hole Size 1). pipes go out of the electric control is required. Outline and physical dimention of GMV-224WM/B-X and 2). and shielded twisted pairs must be used as the communication cables between IDUs and between the IDU and ODU. >3000 >1000 Part 3 Installation Space Requirement I. Communication cable selection for IDU and wired controller Total Length of Number of 1605 Communication Wire Pieces Wire Wire Type Cables of the x Wire Remark Standard IDU and Wired Diameter Controller L(m) (mm2) Common sheath The overall twisted pair IEC 60227. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual HDG steel pipe: Φ25mm×3. studies or meeting 24 . Diameter (Outdoor) Unit 2 (mm2) 2 Installation hole L(m) If the wire 22 Common 729 diameter is sheath enlarged to 15 twisted pair IEC 60227. 3). 22 729 5).9 mm.75 5:2007 the overall (60227 IEC 1200 communication 52/60227 length can reach IEC 53) 1500 m.5mm.5mm. Power cable installation space: Only copper conductors can be used as power cables. Place Selection for Installing ODU The widely-used VRF units are applicable for various >1000 >1000 scenarios.75 1340 765 5:2007 length cannot (60227 IEC 52/60227 exceed 250 m. Flame retardancy level: B1 or higher. GMV-280WM/B-X unit. GMV- Wire Type x Wire Remark IDU and Indoor Standard 400WM/B-X and GMV-450WM/B-X unit. the thickness of insulation material should be at least 15 mm. and low noise is preferred. especially in rooms where elderly and infants live. The insulation thickness of condensate water pipe: at least 10 mm. Communication cable and control cable Note: For air conditioning units installed in places with strong electromagnetic interference. Insulation material II.9 mm.communication copper core L≤250 ≥2×0. from offices. If all sides of the ODU (including the top) are surrounded by walls. 1 1 Installation hole 4). a higher refrigerating performance and noise >1200 Electric box. the ODU with excellent capacity box from this side. (3). 2×1mm2. In commercial areas. Communication cable selection for outdoor and IDUs Total Length of 930 765 Number of Communication Cables Between Wire Pieces Wire Outline and Physical Dimention of GMV-335WM/B-X. ODU should be installed far away Φ40mm×3.

25 . Figure 6 Rear (2). pipes 00 go out of the electric box from this side. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Installation space requirement for dual-module unit needs to be connected to maintain smooth ventilation. the distance between the top of the machine and the Front crown wall should be at least 1500 mm. If the front. >3000 >1000 >200 >1000 >1000 >200 >1200 Electric box. >1000 Rear Figure 5 Installation space requirement for quad-module unit Front >1200 Rear >3000 >200 >200 >200 >200 Front >200 >1000 A maximum of four machines placed in parallel. the units should be installed along the same or reverse direction. There is no limitation to the height of wall. a distance of at least 3000 Front mm should be left between the top of the machine and the crown Rear wall. an air return pipe A maximum of four machines placed in parallel. >1000 >1000 >1000 >20 00 0 10 > >20 0 00 >200 >200 >10 12 > >1200 Electric box. In principle. If the front and left (or right) sides of the ODU are open spaces. pipes go out of the electric box from this side. pipes >1200 go out of the electric box from this side. If the requirement for the minimum 1500 mm cannot be met. as shown in Figure 8. Installation space requirement for triple-module unit >3000 Figure 7 Figure 8 INSTALLATION >200 >200 Installation space requirement for multiple ODUs To ensure smooth ventilation. >1000 >1000 >1000 >200 >200 >200 Electric box. rear. left and right sides of the machine are open spaces. or the spaces around the machine are not open. There is no limitation to the height of wall. the top of the unit must be open spaces without obstacles. if a crown wall (obstacles for keeping out the wind) exists over the machine. as shown in Figure 7.

tin foil. Then. During the installation of the ODU. three basic parts are required: 2 2 ① . induced and exhaust 2 pipes must be connected. Pull up the canvas casing reversely (4) and use the INSTALLATION Protective shield of return air supply inlet steel bar (5) to press the canvas casing tightly onto the (provided onsite) counter flange of the steel-plate ventilating duct (1). d. a proper type of ventilating duct is 4 4 necessary. steel-plate ventilating duct. Install the ODU (2) and steel-plate ventilating duct ventilating duct (1). The ODU is installed properly based on the unit installation requirement. 2). Basic operation of connecting an ODU to static pressure a. the ventilating duct must be reasonably designed. Use tapping screws to fix the top case onto the unit (3). (4) to cover the surroundings over the top of the unit. Protective shield of return air inlet (provided onsite) 1 The possible height of snow must be considered when selecting determining the height of base. Correct Incorrect c. Monsoons must be considered during ODU installation. the aperture opening rate of shutters must be at least 80%. The steel-plate ventilating duct is designed based on 2 the unit and engineering requirement. Detailed operations are Correct Incorrect as follows: Monsoon a. air screw Method 2: Remove the unit top case. b. Based on the unit dimensions and the size of steel- plate ventilating duct. In addition. To connect he static pressure ventilating duct to the ODU. Use Monsoon Monsoon a hand-operated electric drill to drill holes and fasten the parts by using tapping screws. 26 . Fresh-air suction inlet Return air One side (rear side) and then remove the top case component. ODU. Requirements for installing exhaust air duct are as follows: Step 1 Step 2 1). as well as tools such as hand-operated electric drill. (5). Take out the grille from the top of the top case Two methods are available to connect an ODU to static component. put the top case back (3) (4). Snow must be considered during ODU installation. Use the prepared canvas casing inside out pressure ventilating duct. Cover one end Return air of the canvas casing over the unit downward until the (rear side) In this case. The pressure loss caused by the ventilating duct must 3 be calculated. Basic requirement for connecting an ODU to static 1 pressure ventilating duct 1 When an ODU needs to be connected to the static pressure ventilating duct. as follows: 3). ② . Preparations for connecting an ODU to static pressure 5 ventilating duct 4 a. the defrosting canvas end face is aligned with the unit or a bit higher time will be prolonged. Monsoon direction direction Use an air screw driver or screwdriver to unfasten the Protective cover tapping screws that fixing the top case component (3). b. steel bar and tapping screw. than the top of the unit. and ③ . Method 1: Reserve the unit top case. prepare materials such as canvas Step 5 Step 6 casing. In addition. and is installed properly according to the engineering standards. Put the canvas casing inside out (4). Take out the (rear side) Return air (rear side) grille from the top of the top case component and leave the top case. Install the ODU (2) and steel-plate ventilating duct (1). canvas. Detailed operations are driver and screwdriver. and tightly press the canvas casing (4). Use the tin foil to seal the joints and check the joints' reliability. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual (3). and the angle between the shutters and the horizontal plane should be less than 20°. The joint part must be tightly sealed with tin foil to avoid air leakage. c. Step 3 Step 4 The ODU must be interconnected with the ventilating duct through canvas to prevent abnormal vibration and noise 1 generated by the steel-plate ventilating duct.

2 Unit air return area S1: = D x E Perimeter of ceiling return air inlet: L = 2 x (A + B) Effective air return area on the ceiling: S2 = L x H S2 should not be less than S1. 7). Different installation space requirements for various 1). Use a steel bar to press tightly the canvas casing (4) around the top case of the unit. Avoid air interaction among different air conditioning areas. b. Air duct (1). Ensure that the air return of the unit is not affected by using tapping screws.1 Low-static-pressure air-duct-type series 3). the anti-corrosion performance of the unit top case will be area between the unit bottom and the ceiling is not less reduced. Install the IDU required. 1. the distance between the Step 3 Step 4 ceiling and unit (H) should not be less than 50 mm. since drills are required on the top case. ensure that the method 2.3 kW. For IDUs of which the rated cooling capacity is greater IV. otherwise. Use a hand-operated Air supply electric drill to drill holes and fasten the canvas casing onto the unit through steel bar by using tapping screws. Pull up the canvas casing reversely and use the steel Air return bar to press the canvas casing tightly onto the counter Data setter flange of the steel-plate ventilating duct. ODU to static pressure ventilating duct. for air-duct-type all- d.3 m higher than the floor. than the air return vent area of the unit. than 80% of the total supply air rate. INSTALLATION 5). Pay attention to the following issues when selecting places 8). Reserve sufficient space for future maintenance. Adopt the air back return method when air-duct-type The following diagram is applicable for units with the cooling all-blast IDU is used. Use the tin foil to seal the joints and check the joints' blast IDU. noise generated due to air return. 5 4 The distance between the air return vent and the rear wall must be at least 300 mm.2 to 6. (6). Air-duct-type unit series distribution of temperature. for IDUs: (2). 1 A Return air inlet Air outlet Return air inlet 2 Indoor unit B D Step 1 Step 2 1 The distance (H) cannot be E less than 50 mm.1. This can further reduce the unit capacity ranging from 2. For example. when selecting places. the air return vent of the unit must be at least reliability. and ensure that the effective circulation result. As a least 50 mm. When the effective area of air intake is less than 70% of 6). the air volume. For ceiling requires air return under the unit. air pipe also needs to be installed. Maintenance grille c. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Keep the top of canvas casing (4) 30 to 50 mm higher over the top of the unit. the powder distance between the unit bottom and the ceiling is at coated protective layer on the top case will be damaged. Precautions on the IDU design and air inlet can reduce the noise. an induced draft fan is also air outlet of the IDU to block ventilation.6 kW. Ensure that no obstacle is placed near the air intake or the total air intake area of all ODUs. In particular. 1. If the unit adopts the air back return method and the especially the unit operating performance will be affected.1 Dimensions 2). Ensure the optimum air flow organization of air IDUs conditioning in the practice and the most even 1. Installation Space Requirement for IDU than 5. The total air input of induced draft fan should be no less at places 2. Use a hand- operated electric drill to drill holes and fasten the parts 4). 300 mm away from the rear wall or other obstacles (in Note: Remove the grille on the top case when connecting an air back return mode). 27 .

1. Item A B C D E F G H I J B E Model F GMV-ND71PLS/A-T 1236 565 1200 655 260 222 1016 220 1050 695 GMV-ND80PLS/A-T A GMV-ND90PLS/A-T GMV-ND100PLS/A-T 1379 565 1340 655 260 207 1153 220 1188 716 GMV-ND112PLS/A-T Item A B C D E F Model GMV-ND125PLS/A-T 1379 565 1340 655 260 207 1153 220 1188 716 GMV-ND140PLS/A-T GMV-ND22~36PL/B-T 760 415 710 200 450 475 GMV-ND40~63PL/B-T 1060 415 1010 200 450 475 GMV-ND72PL/B-T 1360 415 1310 200 450 475 28 .3 Low-noise duct type series G C D The following table lists the detailed dimensions.2 High-static-pressure air-duct-type series Air back return Air pipe Liquid pipe F H E C Drain pipe Air down return D Drain pipe Electric box A I B INSTALLATION G Model A B C D E F G H I J GMV-ND56PHS/A-T 1101 517 820 1159 1271 558 1002 160 235 268 The following table lists the detailed dimensions. B Electric heater (unavailable for pure heat pump) Electric box Liquid pipe Air pipe F E H F Air Reture D A C Air back return Drain pipe Air down return D The table below lists the detailed dimensions.1.0 kW.4 kW to 28. Unit: mm A J I Model A B C D E F 新风入口 210 GMV-ND224PH/A-T 1353 632 992 1150 192 327 GMV-ND280PH/A-T 1563 706 992 1350 192 402 B 1. GMV-ND63PLS/A-T C E The following diagram is applicable for units with the cooling capacity ranging from 7. GMV-ND63PHS/A-T 1101 517 820 1159 1271 558 1002 160 235 268 Item GMV-ND71PHS/A-T 1101 517 820 1159 1271 558 1002 160 235 268 A B C D E F G H I Model GMV-ND80PHS/A-T 1101 517 820 1159 1271 558 1002 160 235 268 GMV-ND22PLS/A-T GMV-ND90PHS/A-T 1011 748 820 1115 1229 775 979 160 231 290 GMV-ND25PLS/A-T GMV-ND28PLS/A-T 742 491 700 615 200 121 528 161 580 GMV-ND100PHS/A-T 1011 748 820 1115 1229 775 979 160 231 290 GMV-ND32PLS/A-T GMV-ND112PHS/A-T 1011 748 820 1115 1229 775 979 160 231 290 GMV-ND36PLS/A-T GMV-ND125PHS/A-T 1011 748 820 1115 1229 775 979 160 231 290 GMV-ND40PLS/A-T GMV-ND45PLS/A-T 942 491 900 615 200 121 728 161 780 GMV-ND140PHS/A-T 1011 748 820 1115 1229 775 979 160 231 290 GMV-ND50PLS/A-T The figure below is applicable to the model whose Cooling GMV-ND56PLS/A-T 1142 491 1100 615 200 121 928 161 980 capacity range is 22.0 kW. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Electric heater (unavailable for pure heat pump) Electric box Liquid pipe Air pipe 1.1 to 14.

Larger dimensions of a return air inlet with a slower wind speed are better. If static pressure and low noise are Use the air back return method or air down return method required. The other side of the air return pipe implemented. The dimensions of air inlet of the plenum installation of air return pipe is shown in the following figure. Spaces should be reserved within the ceiling air-duct-type IDU for installing the air return pipe. Preset the round air outlet on the transient air pipe and fix the round air outlet with tapping screws. The maximum length of air pipe refers to the sum of the INSTALLATION total length of the air duct at the farthest air outlet and the 1. Other steps are not described (1). 3). switch positions of the square flange and the air return cover. as shown in the following figure. the down return mode can also be IDU by using rivets. Until now. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Flange Spring Air return Return Hanger Air-duct. connecting to canvas air duct for flexible adjustment of height. the linear length of the transient air pipe should be at least 200 mm. chamber are consistent with that of the air outlet. Round air duct installation 29 . 1. Rectangular air duct installation here. In practice. (2). The air pipe is rectangular air duct. Cover the air duct on the round air outlet and fasten the connection. Air return Air supply Square flange Air back return No.3 Air pipe installation connected to the unit. For the unit with auxiliary electric heating.Return air Air down return Name Air duct Air outlet rod pipe type IDU inlet Air return cover The proceeding figure shows the installation of back ◆◆ Connect the air return pipe to the return air inlet of the return air inlet.2. Cover the transient air pipe on the air outlet of unit. a plenum chamber should be connected between the based on the installation and maintenance spaces. At least one air outlet must keep opening. ◆◆ Installation procedure of round air duct: 1).1 Low-static-pressure air-duct-type 1 GMV-ND**PLS/A-T series and Low-noise duct type GMV. The installation method is similar to that of back is connected to the return air inlet. The air outlet and air pipe. and >2500mm >250mm >250mm connecting them with rivets. (insulation type canvas). The air back return method is adopted. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 1. 2 ND**PL/B-T series 3 4 5 6 7 No. Ceiling ◆◆ To implement air back return. 2). ② . Prepare a section of return mode.2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Hanger Air return Air-duct. iron wire to strengthen the canvas air duct and make the Air outlet and return air inlet are connected with canvas air duct folded.4 Installation of air return pipe ◆◆ A unit adopts the air back return method before it is delivered from the factory.2 High-static-pressure air-duct-type total length of the air return pipe at the farthest return air GMV-ND—PHS/A-T series inlet.Transient Name Air duct Air outlet cushion pipe air inlet rod type IDU air pipe of nut Note: ① .2 Installation and maintenance space for air duct type unit 1. The plenum chamber and air outlet are connected with canvas. Use 8# the air inlet of the IDU. the round air duct is successfully 1. The air return cover is located at the unit bottom. if the round air duct is to be connected.

GMV-ND160T/A-T 1040 975 910 787 840 65 315 ③ . GMV-ND100T/A-T ② . All-dimensional ceiling cassette type IDU >20 178 141 Dimensions and requirement for installation and maintenance Wall Wall spaces 23 ≥1500 ≥1500 ≥1800 Unit:mm Ground ◆◆ Distance between screws 30 . The edge of air return pipe must be at least 150 mm away Dimensions and requirement for installation and maintenance from the wall. The air duct and air return pipe must be supported by iron GMV-ND112T/A-T 950 890 840 680 780 65 340 GMV-ND125T/A-T supports and fixed onto the precast slab.5 Installation of fresh air pipe Floor ◆◆ To connect the fresh air pipe. The air down return method is typically applicable for small D (Distance between lifting screws) installation places. Air duct joints GMV-ND140T/A-T must be tightly sealed with glue to prevent air leakage. T he design and construction of air pipe must abide by relevant national engineering standards. Single-side air outlet ceiling cassette type IDU ④ . ◆◆ The air pipe and round flange must be tightly sealed and Unit:mm can provide well insulation functions. ≥1500 ≥1500 ◆◆ Install the round flange to which the fresh air pipe will be ≥1800 connected. Name No. Noise reduction and shock absorber must be considered Floor during air pipe design and construction. as shown in the following figure (left). 2. C (Indoor units) ③ . ② . 3. remove a part of the fresh >20 air board. A (Decoration panel) 1. as shown in the following figure (right). Name Return air inlet D (Distance between lifting screws) 1 4 Indoor unit Refrigerant (with filter screen) pipe A (Decoration panel) B (Ceiling aperture) 2 Canvas air duct 5 Air duct C (Indoor units) 3 Air return pipe 6 Maintenance grille Note: ① . use sponge to block the gap Wall Wall on the fresh air board. If the H fresh air pipe is not required. the air down return Lifting screw method is usually not recommended. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual No. A filter must be installed on the return air spaces inlet. Model A B C D E G H GMV-ND28T/A-T GMV-ND36T/A-T 950 890 840 680 780 65 210 GMV-ND45T/A-T GMV-ND50T/A-T Remove GMV-ND56T/A-T Fresh air board Round air pipe GMV-ND63T/A-T Remove 950 890 840 680 780 65 260 GMV-ND71T/A-T Note: GMV-ND80T/A-T ① . High static pressure series units do not support the air INSTALLATION B (Ceiling aperture) down return method. S ince the air down return method will generate larger noise than the air back return method. Ground ◆◆ Fresh air refers to the filtered air. ◆◆ Spare space ⑤ . Insulation layers must be wrapped over the air duct and air GMV-ND90T/A-T return pipe to prevent heat leakage or condensation.

GMV-NX280P/A(X2.3 31 . Ceiling type Unit: mm NX450P/A(X4.5)-M. Wall mounted type air conditioning IDU 6.0)-M.1.0)-M >200 >1500 >300 1194 342 >600 >600 >2300 910 6. Floor Ceiling Split Unit 1027 (Distance between lifting screws) 987 (Main part) 5. Fresh air conditioning IDU ◆◆ Spare space INSTALLATION D >500 Air supply pipe >50 >500 Ceiling >560 >1000 Air return Air return C pipe Workspace pipe Workspace >952 Model A B C D H >300 >500 Air supply pipe GMV-ND28ZD/A-T >1000 Air return pipe GMV-ND36ZD/A-T 1220 225 1158 280 700 GMV-ND50ZD/A-T ◆◆ Distance between screws GMV-NX140P/A(X1.1 Dimensions 261 (Distance between lifting screws) 456 (Decoration panel) 415 (Ceiling aperture) 385 (Main part) H Unit:mm A B 4. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 1200 (Decoration panel) 1115 (Ceiling aperture) 5. GMV.1 GMV-NX224P/A(X2.2 Installation and maintenance spaces Floor type 420 >1500 >600 >600 >1000 1155 207 >300 Figure 4.1 Dimension 1194 292 W D 1560 Figure 4.1. GMV-NX280P/A(X3.2)-K GMV-ND71ZD/A-T 1420 245 1354 280 700 GMV-ND90ZD/A-T 1382 GMV-ND112ZD/A-T 1278 250 GMV-ND125ZD/A-T 1700 245 1634 280 700 GMV-ND140ZD/A-T 5.2 H 1450 555 1040 868 1780 347 Figure 4.0)-M.1.

Ensure that the drainage is smooth and that the ground drainage Manhole or floor drainage is not affected. >2500 On the premise that the return air inlet meets the air quantity design requirement. GMV-N22G/A3A-K (1). The return air inlet is mainly used (5). the place of return air inlet must 32 . the manhole is usually located at the side of the unit electric box. The return air inlet of unit should be far away from a 843 275 180 GMV-N)28G/A3A-K door. except for the proceeding before installing bolts. Return air inlet The height of the foundation is 200 mm to 300 mm. The length of return air inlet must be equal to or larger GMV-N50G/A3A-K than 2/3 of the unit's return air inlet. sand. with Return air inlet Indoor 室内机 unit 回 the size not less than 450 mm x 450 mm. the place for pipe maintenance is the primary consideration. ODU Foundation The concrete foundation of the ODU must be strong enough. crushed stones are not required. When the foundation is built on a concrete floor. The diagram is as follows. Distance: 50 to 100 mm Requirements on the concrete foundation are as follows: (1). GMV-N56G/A3A-K GMV-N63G/A3A-K 1008 221 319 (3). the locating of manhole is also important except for the reserve of sufficient spaces for maintenance. For air-duct-type all. But the foundation surface must be For air-duct-type all-blast IDU. Clear the oil stains. The proportion of the cement. Floor Floor (4). otherwise. bathroom. For ceiling cassette type IDU. The diagram is as follows. which is Indoor unit determined based on the size of the unit.5 to 2 times of the original based on actual status.5 ~ 2. Position Selection for Manhole and Return Air Inlet During the place selection for unit. and the distance between the manhole and the electric box ranges from 50 mm to 100 mm. GMV-N71G/A3A-K the distance between the return air inlet and the unit cannot be 6. the place of return air inlet roughened. Sharp edges must be chamfered. GMV-N45G/A3A-K 940 298 200 (2). (4). dirt. Meanwhile. The width of return air inlet cannot be less than 200 mm. Ground Ground V. In the case when the return air inlet serves also as the >150 manhole for electric box. If the return air inlet is located at the right rear of the unit. 风 B D 口 blast IDU. Original area of return air inlet: S = A x B Ceiling Currently required area of return air inlet: S' = A' x B' S' ≥ (1. a maintenance place should also be reserved on the side of the electric box based on the proceeding INSTALLATION >150 >150 >3000 Wall principles. Therefore. keep the distance between one side of the manhole to the connecting tube between 200 and 250 mm. crushed stones. The manhole should take in the shoulders of an adult. (3). Use the mortar to flatten the surface of the foundation. Place 10 reinforced steel bars (φ10 mm) with a space between of 30 mm. and water in the for the air return of unit. ensure that the location of the return air inlet supports convenient replacing of fan motor and filter screen. enlarge the circulation area to 1.2 Installation and maintenance spaces larger than 300 mm. and stone for the concrete is 1:2:4. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Model W H D support convenient replacing of motor and filter screen. also needs to be considered. Therefore. The concrete foundation must be flat and have enough Electric box Air outlet rigidity and strength to undertake the unit’s weight during running. The place of the manhole should also be convenient for the maintenance of pipes. or kitchen.0) S Refrigerant pipe Part 4 Requirements on Foundation Installation I. (2). air return design requirements. Improper position selection of manhole can bring A Air outlet about difficulties for future maintenance. condensation and smell GMV-N36G/A3A-K may generate. as well as the maintenance of fan motor reserved bolt hole of the foundation and install a temporary cover and filter screen of the IDU.

4 Manifold between outdoor units Gas pipe Liquid pipe Oil balance pipe Height difference between indoor unit and outdoor unit: H Connection pipe between outdoor Outdoor manifold and the first indoor manifold connection pipe L1 Connection pipe between indoor L2 L3 L4 L5 Connection pipe between manifold and indoor units outdoor manifolds L11 a bc de Indoor unit 1 Manifold between The 1st indoor units Connection pipe between branch section indoor manifolds Indoor unit Connection pipe between indoor manifold and indoor units L6 between outdoor unit and the farthest indoor unit Indoor unit 2 Height difference L10 Connection pipe between indoor manifolds L7 L8 L9 Connection pipe between indoor manifold and indoor units fg hi j Indoor unit 3 Indoor unit Connection pipe between L10: Length from the first branch to the farthest IDU. Schematic Diagram of Piping Sequence Equivalent length of branch of IDU is 0. Vibration Reduction for ODU The ODU must be fixed securely.3 No. and stone for the concrete is 1:2:4. check the intensity of the building and take waterproof measures. Apply a thick rubber sheet or corrugated damping rubber pad with thickness of 200 mm or more and width of 100 mm or more between the ODU and the foundation. Schematic Diagram of Piping Connection Outdoor unit Module Module Module Module No. II. sand. ODU Fixing Fix the ODU to the foundation with four M12 bolts securely to reduce vibration and noise. Remark: Equivalent length of one Y-type manifold is about Part 5 Piping Connection 0.5m GMV-224WM/B-X and GMV-280WM/B-X 33 . GMV-335WM/B-X. Low pressure check valve Oil balance pipe III. Build a drainage ditch around the foundation to discharge Liquid pipe Gas pipe the condensate water. the structure must be designed with sufficient rigidity and strength. indoor manifolds L11: Length from the first branch to the nearest IDU. If a u-steel foundation is adopted. GMV-400WM/B-X and GMV-450WM/B-X Cement foundation diagram Liquid pipe Gas pipe Oil checking valve II. Oil checking valve (7).2 No. Anchor bolt with a nominal diameter of 12 mm Drain tank: 100 mm×20 mm Minimum width: 100 mm Proportion of the cement. 200 mm~300 mm 30mm Low pressure check valve Oil balance pipe INSTALLATION This distance is determined based on the actual size of the unit. as shown in the following figures. I. If the air conditioner is installed on the roof. III. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual (6). Connecting method is shown in the figure below.5m. Allowable pipe length and drop height among indoor ≥30mm ≥30mm and outdoor units ≥100mm ≥100mm Y type branch joint is adopted to connect indoor and outdoor units. (8).1 No.

9 Φ19.2 of IDU to the nearest IDU INSTALLATION GMV-1300WM/B-X Φ44.05 ≥0.35mm).4 difference at upper(4) size between No need to enlarge pipe GMV-1515WM/B-X Φ25.2 farthest L1+L6+L7+L8+L9+j GMV-1010WM/B-X Φ44.the length can reached 90m.1 Φ22.8 Φ15.2 Length of Actual length 165 GMV-960WM/B-X Φ41.1 Φ22.2 U-type oil trap should be added at low-pressure gas pipe.j GMV-1800WM/B-X Φ25. When those three conditions as below (only for the pipe size that is≤6. h. Difference between the pipe length from the first branch Outdoor of IDU to the farthest IDU and the pipe length from the unit first branch of IDU to the nearest IDU: L10-L11≤40m.5 Φ22. the pipe length from the first branch of IDU to the above 10m.4 branch (3) size Notices: ③ . Length between each IDU and its nearest branch a. Outdoor Model Gas pipe size(mm) Liquid pipe size(mm) No need to enlarge pipe No need to enlarge pipe GMV-224WM/B-X size size ≥0.2 fitting Equivalent pipe(m) 190 length GMV-1065WM/B-X Φ44. are satisfied. c. If the height difference between indoor and outdoor units a. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Allowable GMV-785WM/B-X Φ38.2 Total length (actual length) 1000 L1+L2+L3+L4+…+L9+a+b+…+i+j of fitting pipe GMV-900WM/B-X Φ38.4 30 —— size indoor units (m) No need to enlarge pipe GMV-1685WM/B-X Φ25.4 size Maximum length of Main 90 L1 No need to enlarge pipe pipe(2) GMV-1750WM/B-X Φ25. j≤40m.9 Φ19.9 B GMV-504WM/B-X Φ34.4 size From IDU to its nearest No need to enlarge pipe 10 a.7 unit size GMV-335WM/B-X Φ28.9 Outdoor Outdoor unit unit GMV-400WM/B-X Φ31.3 Φ22. please consult the manufacturer for specific +L9x2+a+b+…+i+j≤1000m.c.9 H=0m GMV-450WM/B-X Φ31.f.4 size No need to enlarge pipe Height difference between GMV-1630WM/B-X Φ25. A+B 34 . technical requirements.05 ≤2m GMV-615WM/B-X Φ34.2m Outdoor No need to enlarge pipe GMV-280WM/B-X Φ12.g.d. e.6 Φ15. g.2 R410A Refrigerant System Fitting Pipe Value GMV-850WM/B-X Φ38. Normally. then adjust the pipe size of unit unit the gas pipe and liquid pipe of main pipe according to the following table. Connection Pipe among Outdoor Modules c.2 pipe length from the first branch of IDU to the GMV-1180WM/B-X Φ44.h.5 Φ22. d.1 Φ22. H>0m × There should be no height drop among outdoor units. GMV-730WM/B-X Φ38.5 Φ22.8 Φ15.05 A No need to enlarge pipe GMV-680WM/B-X Φ19.2 40 L10-L11 farthest IDU and the pipe length from the first branch GMV-1235WM/B-X Φ44. IV.5 Φ22.4 size Height Outdoor unit No need to enlarge pipe 90 —— GMV-1460WM/B-X Φ25. When the maximum length of the main pipe from ODU to Outdoor Outdoor the first branch of IDU is≥90m.1 Φ22. b.25m GMV-560WM/B-X Φ34. then increase the size of the liquid pipe of IDU farthest IDU is 40m.e.2 Difference between the GMV-1130WM/B-X Φ44.5 Φ22. Actual length of pipe in total: L1+L2x2+L3x2+L4x2+… exceeds 90m.4 outdoor unit size and indoor Outdoor unit 90 —— No need to enlarge pipe unit at lower(4) GMV-1580WM/B-X Φ25.2 Equivalent length from the GMV-1350WM/B-X Φ44.2 first branch to the furthest 40 L6+L7+L8+L9+j piping (1) No need to enlarge pipe GMV-1410WM/B-X Φ25.b.5 Φ22.5 Φ22. ② .9 Φ19. ④ . b.i. If the length between an IDU and its nearest branch is ① .05 size Note: When the distance between outdoor units exceeds 2m. i. f.

pipe size (between outdoor (3).05 GMV-335WM/B-X Φ25. Pipe size (between two manifolds from basic modules)is based on the total capacity of upstream modules.7 (4).0 Φ25.0 Φ44.0 Φ38. Fitting pipe between two manifolds from basic modules unit and the first manifold)is determined by that of outdoor unit.52 96. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 10m.52 28.7 Select the branch of outdoor module Piping between modules is above the Module’s capacity (C) Model module pipe connector. Piping between modules is under the module pipe connector and inclines upwards with an Fitting pipe between module angle of 0 to 25 degree.0 Q 22.52 Piping between modules is above the GMV-335WM/B-X Φ25.6 Φ12. For multi-module unit.7 Gas Pipe(mm) Liquid Pipe(mm) 45.7 Q 135.05 GMV-400WM/B-X Φ25.1 Φ19.0 Φ31.52 Pipe between ODU and the first branch of IDU Basic Module 40.2 Φ9.0 Q 68. Pipe between module and branch of ODU Basic Module Gas Pipe(mm) Liquid Pipe(mm) INSTALLATION GMV-224WM/B-X Φ19. Fitting pipe between Outdoor Unit and the First Manifold (1).0 Q 40.4 Φ22.05 Φ9.2 Φ9.7 GMV-450WM/B-X Φ28.4 Φ12.2 GMV-450WM/B-X Φ28.0 Φ28.4 Φ12.52 GMV-280WM/B-X Φ22.2 Φ9. Select the branch 504≤C ML01/A of outdoor module V.4 Φ12.4 Φ12.4 Φ12.0 Q 96.7 GMV-224WM/B-X Φ19.52 68. Single module unit Pipe size of basic outdoor module is shown as follows: 35 .5 Φ22.6 Φ12.9 GMV-280WM/B-X Φ22. Outdoor unit Outdoor unit1 Outdoor unit2 Outdoor unit3 The 1st branch section Fitting pipe between outdoor manifolds Fitting pipe between outdoor unit Total capacity of Pipe size between manifolds and the first indoor manifold upstream modules Q(kW) Gas Pipe(mm) Liquid Pipe(mm) Pipe size of basic outdoor module is shown as follows: 22. Fitting pipe between the first manifold from indoor unit (2).6 Φ15. GMV-400WM/B-X Φ25. Pipe connection among ODUs must meet the following Outdoor unit1 Outdoor unit2 Outdoor unit3 requirements: Module pipe connector Piping between modules Piping between modules is at the same level with the module pipe connector.8 Φ19.0 Q 28.7 module pipe connector.0 Φ28.7 135.0 Q 45. For single module system.6 Φ12.05 Φ9. select appropriate manifold and the end manifold from outdoor unit connected to oudoor module as per the pipe size of basic module.4 Q Φ19.05 Φ9. and outdoor manifold Outdoor manifold Piping between modules is under the module pipe connector and does not incline.

2 The 1st branch section GMV-1580WM/B-X Ф44.4 Φ12.7 Outdoor unit1 Outdoor unit2 Outdoor unit3 GMV-450WM/B-X Φ28.2 INSTALLATION GMV-1750WM/B-X Ф44.1 Ф19.8 Ф19.9 135.1 Ф19.05 Outdoor unit1 Outdoor unit2 Outdoor unit3 GMV-785WM/B-X Ф31. Outdoor unit1 Outdoor unit2 Outdoor unit3 The 1st branch section Total capacity of R410A Refrigerant downstream indoor Model System unit(s) C (kW) Fitting pipe between outdoor unit and the first indoor manifold C 20.2 GMV-1515WM/B-X Ф44.0 FQ03/A GMV-504WM/B-X Φ28.9 (6).1 Ф19.05 GMV-1065WM/B-X Ф38.2 GMV-1460WM/B-X Ф44. the piping from ODU to the first branch Indoor manifold of IDU is based on the total rated capacity of outdoor modules.4 Φ12.5 Ф22.1 Ф19.2 Pipe between ODU and the first branch of IDU Basic Module(single module) GMV-1800WM/B-X Ф44.0 C 135.0 C FQ04/A GMV-560WM/B-X Ф28.9 Pipe size (between two manifolds at indoor unit side) is based on the total capacity of upstream indoor unit(s).5 Ф22.0 C 70.6 Ф15.05 Outdoor unit GMV-1350WM/B-X Ф38.52 capacity of downstream indoor unit(s).1 Ф19.2 Gas Pipe(mm) Liquid Pipe(mm) GMV-224WM/B-X Φ19.0 C 30.1 Ф19.05 GMV-1410WM/B-X Ф44.6 Ф15.05 Φ9.7 table.52 (5).5 Ф22.2 Fitting pipe between outdoor unit and the first indoor manifold GMV-1685WM/B-X Ф44.05 GMV-1010WM/B-X Ф38.05 36 .0 FQ01A/A Total rated capacity 20.05 GMV-960WM/B-X Ф31.05 Fitting pipe between GMV-850WM/B-X Ф31.0 FQ02/A (multi-modular Gas Pipe(mm) Liquid Pipe(mm) system) 70. Fitting pipe between manifolds GMV-615WM/B-X Ф28. GMV-400WM/B-X Φ25.6 Φ12.8 Ф19.5 Ф22.5 Ф22.05 Total Rated Capacity X Size of Pipes between Manifolds at IDU Side of Downstream Indoor GMV-1180WM/B-X Ф38. GMV-680WM/B-X Ф28.5 Ф22.05 indoor manifolds GMV-900WM/B-X Ф31.2 Φ9.5 Ф22.8 Ф19.9 GMV-730WM/B-X Ф31.8 Ф19.5 Ф22.8 Ф19. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual GMV-1300WM/B-X Ф38.05 units (kW) Gas Pipe (mm) Liquid Pipe (mm) GMV-1235WM/B-X Ф38.6 Φ15.6 Ф15.7 For multiple modules. Refer to the following GMV-335WM/B-X Φ25.05 GMV-1130WM/B-X Ф38. Manifold at indoor unit side Manifold at indoor unit side can be selected as per total GMV-280WM/B-X Φ22.0 FQ01B/A Pipe between ODU and the first branch of IDU of outdoor modules Y-type Manifold 30.1 Ф19.2 GMV-1630WM/B-X Ф44.

1 Φ19. The refrigerant pipe cannot connect 22.2 Φ15.35 mm to return of internal units. Air ducts and pressure until the pipe is clean.5 Φ22.0 Φ15. pipes should leave places for gravity pipes.0 Φ28.35 300 mm.2 Φ9. (5). Refrigerant pipe layout must be designed in accordance with 2. 45.0 Φ22. This method applies to coils. 68.7 mm) refrigerant pipe with an insulation layer and the air return box is Mechanical bending: applicable range (Φ6.0 < X ≤ 68.0 < X ≤ 40.0 Φ12.3 Pipe Bending performance of the unit can be maximized. performance of the unit will be 40.7 Φ6.9 The distance cannot be less than 300 mm. 2.7 Φ6. If the preceding 28.52 to any part of the unit except the joint points.9 Φ9.6 Φ12. use a slicker to grater bur the pipes 14. Precautions on Pipe Direction Design it with a sealing cap or adhesive tape.0 < X ≤ 96. The riser should be installed in the air conditioning tube well.0 Φ19.0 Φ31. and the horizontal pipe should be placed in the ceiling. cover 1. pipes.0 Φ28.2 Pipe Cleaning the following principles: Cleaning with a piece of silk cloth: Wrap a thin steel wire (1).8 Φ9.2 < X ≤ 22.6 < X ≤ 14. When the refrigerant 5. This method applies to straight pipes. Fitting pipe between indoor unit and manifold Manifold should be matched with fitting pipe of indoor unit. The minimum distance between the Φ12.05 96. I. process based on the and pull out from the other end. Crumple the cloth into a lump bearing structure or the decorative style.4 Φ19. the 2.52 pipe needs to be laid at the air outlet side.6 Φ15. 16.0 < X ≤ 135. If the air return or manhole is at the right lower part of the unit.52 Φ6.4 < X ≤ 28. ◆◆ Processing methods: (3). if possible. Push the cloth in from one end of the pipe meet one another at the same elevation.9 Φ9.6 Φ12. The air conditioning installation should not damage the with a piece of clean silk cloth.05 Refrigerant pipe or other pipes 135.35 of using a hacksaw.0 < X ≤ 45. avoid laying the pipe 14.2 Air outlet Return air inlet INSTALLATION (7). following principles: remove the dust and sundries with chlorylene.7 principles are not followed.35 Cut the pipes gently to ensure that the copper pipe does not deform.8 C 5. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual X ≤ 5. Processing to Refrigerant Pipes Pipe between indoor branch and IDU Rated capacity of indoor unit C(kW) 2.35mm to 37 . The refrigerant pipe must be laid away from the manhole of the unit so that sufficient space can be reserved for Fitting pipe between indoor manifold and indoor units maintenance. Pipe Installation for the Cooling System If the copper pipe is not used immediately after cut-off. 2. If pipes chlorylene to the cloth.52 After cutting the pipes.4 Φ12.0 C 28. After cleaning. In this way.52 with the pipe opening inclining downward so that the copper scales do not fall into the pipe.05 Φ9.52 at the front of the air outlet. 5.0 Φ22.0 Φ38.05 Φ9.0 Φ25.1 Cut-off and Burring Gas Pipe(mm) Liquid Pipe(mm) Use a special-purpose pipe cutter to cut copper pipes instead C 2. engineering with minimum pipe length and bends.52 Allowable deviation: Skewness of the cross section cannot Part 6 Pipe Installation and Insulation exceed 1% of the copper pipe caliber.0 C 16. The refrigerant pipe cannot affect air discharge and Manual bending: applies to thin copper pipes (Φ6. The refrigerant pipe layout must be optimal in actual cap or adhesive tape. Indoor unit Outdoor unit1 Outdoor unit2 Outdoor unit3 Indoor manifold (4).8 Φ19.7 affected and running noises will be increased. the minimum distance is 150 mm. Every time the cloth is pulled out. Apply several drops of should be laid out along the bottom of beam as possible. cover the both ends of the pipe with a sealing (2).0 < X Φ44.0 C 14.2 Φ9. Wash repeatedly Drain pipes enjoy the highest priority. Air conditioning pipes with diameter larger than the pipe calibre. Cleaning with nitrogen: Blow off all dust and sundries in the Air ducts and small pipes should leave places for major pipe with nitrogen.

The sealing face must be intact without any burr. Construction of supports. turn round the copper pipe and then make corrections. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Φ54. No eccentricity is allowed. Put the pipe into the root of the pipe expander. and Preparing and installing the support. there must apply appropriate amount of lubricant on the surface of the be three points of support.2 Construction of Built-in Metal Fittings Distance between Vertical 1500 2000 2500 Pipes (mm) (1). Burrs and turnups inside the pipe opening must be insulation after installation cannot affect the pipe location and cleared. opening to ensure smooth pass of flaring nuts and avoid pipe The foot pedal must be tightened securely with the ladder. End faces of the copper pipe are smooth. hanger. hangers. (4). Pipe welding inside the pipe. Requirements on pipe expanding are as follows: materials. Installing Expansion Bolts which requires pipe flaring before connection. The sequence for installing the refrigerant pipe is as follows: The minimum distance between supports. 38 .1 Operation Sequence Handbook. Fill the gap between the pipe and the sleeve with flexible and non-flammable INSTALLATION Pipe expanding is used to provide a welding point for pipe connection. and bracket – brackets is listed in the table below: Piping according to the drawing – Cleaning the pipe – Processing External Diameter of the ф≤16 40>ф≥19. ◆◆ Precautions: (3). The distance between the nozzle welding joint and the more above the bottom. Before pipe flaring. Before pipe expanding. requirements. good insulation. (The lubricant must meet the refrigerant system’s Do not perform operations on the top of the ladder. hangers. crack. Longitudinal cracks cannot be generated. joints cannot be placed inside the sleeve. Apply appropriate force during pipe expanding to avoid regulations. (7). It is (5). If the foot pedal is 2 m or more from the ground. The ratio rigidity for the devices. pipe after piping. If the foundation must be waterproof. pipe clip. U-type pipe. Installing built- lubricant on the surface of the pipe. 3. Alignment and (2). To avoid leakage due to straight lines at the expanding (5). after cut-off. the top of the building. Use minimum (1). hangers. (The lubricant must meet the Making ink lines in metal fittings in metal fittings refrigerant system’s requirements. (4). Select built-in metal fittings in accordance with local (5). crack. round steel hanger. elevation. Pipe expanding length must be in accordance with the If possible. hanger. better that the insulation materials be not compressed to ensure (6). number of braze welding junctions and elbows. Construction of steel casings: Equip a steel casing for During bending. apply appropriate amount of Drawing of built. and brackets for pipes: These parts must be fixed securely in reasonable type and style The pipe led through a wall or beam must be fixed by a without any tilt. Install flaring nuts in the pipe before pipe flaring. Another mode of pipe connection is flare opening connection. (6). takes exceed 2/3. distortion.5 Flaring unavailable due to design change. The parts support.1mm) must be free from grease stains. When installing refrigerant pipes. (4).3 Shaping and Fixing of Pipes wrinkle.) (3). make ink lines on the ground and project them to insertion depth of the caliber. The diameter of the steel casing must bending part should be less than 100 mm. All burrs and sundries inside the pipe must be cleared pipe. Installing Expansion Bolts Use expansion bolts when built-in metal fittings are 2.4 Pipe Expanding the inclination degree of the condensate water pipe. Construction of fixing bolts for devices: Ensure sufficient The radius of the bending pipe must exceed 3.5D. The sleeve cannot be used as a support point of the (1). Take anticorrosive measures for exposed of the short diameter after bending to the original diameter must part of built-in fittings. or bracket on both ends at the position 300 mm embedded into the wall or floor cannot be painted or coated and away from the hole. or 3. Installation of Refrigerant Pipes The style and workmanship of supports. The surface is clean without any dirt. The flared opening must be concentric with the main Use angle steel support. Operation Sequence (2). There shall not be flat bending or corrugation on the (3). waterproof measures. The steel casing must The welding point of the pipe should not be at the bending be parallel with the bottom of the wall or floor but be 20 mm or part. ensure that the directions ◆◆ Requirements on pipe flaring are as follows: and branches are correct with minimum length. and brackets must follow the standard T616 HVAC Systems Design 3. bracket. ◆◆ Requirements: (2).) The concentricity must be ensured after pipe flaring. Installing Built-in Metal Fittings point. be determined based on the thickness of the insulation layer and 2. there must be no corrugation or deformation all pipes which are led through the wall or floor.05 ф≥40 the pipe – Adding an insulation sleeve – Connecting the pipe Pipe (mm) – Fixing the pipe – Blowing contaminants in the pipe system – Distance between 1000 1500 2000 Performing a air-tightness test – Performing insulation Horizontal Pipes (mm) 3. or flat steel to fix pipes outside the insulation layer.

Ensure that the manifold is close to the IDU to reduce G. Fixing point 3 hanger rod Fixing point 1 3. It vertical installation of the Y-type manifold.30 ф31.5° B D A Diagram for direction A Diagram for direction B D3. 12 0. The flaring direction must face towards the changed.05 0. Branches of a manifold must be laid parallel and cannot be 3. uses the sleeve or pipe in a larger size for welding. Manifolds can be laid in the following ways: flare opening. Fixing of manifolds.1 Flaring Connection C. The refrigerant pipes and IDUs are connected by using the D.6 Requirements on Manifold Installation wrapped in superimposed mode. which must be clean and intact. Manifolds are used to divert refrigerant.4. ф12.1 ≥500mm ≥500mm 19 0. The shaping size and assembly angle cannot be than the caliber.4.5 ф54. 3.8 8 ф19.5 Welding Protection Fixing point 2 hanger rod hanger rod Welding point 3 Aerate with nitrogen before and during welding and keep 100mm aerating for 30 s after the welding is finished. Horizontal installation: The three ports must be on the ensured. The length of a straight pipe before the main pipe port ф6.15-0.05-0. welding point Before installation. protect the B braze welding part according the length specified below: A Within ±7. Welding point 1 200mm The nitrogen flow is above 4-6 L/min (pressure of 0. The flaring depth of the bell mouth cannot be smaller same level. Fasten with screws at the diagonal direction to avoid inclination. Three ports must be on the same elevation without inclination.7 ф15.35 ф44. Welding point 2 Equip a pressure regulator valve to the nitrogen cylinder.5° Within ±7.05-0.During pipe connect.2 10 ≥500mm ф25. If the pipe size on site does not B. the quality of flaring connection must be D1.3 Bell Socket Welding There must be three fixing point for both horizontal and The bell socket welding is another form of socket welding. Requirements on F.21 D5. welding point Fixing point 2: 200 mm on the main branched pipe from the 3.4 Pipe Connection and match with the devices. Vertical installation: The direction can be upwards or connection.05-0.35 6 of the manifold cannot be less than 500 mm. 250mm Two flanges must be symmetrical. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 3. use the pipe cutter to 39 . Ensure that the manifold model is correct. downwards. The length of a straight pipe between the branch of the ф9.4 ≥500mm ф28.02 to 0. The length of a straight pipe between two manifolds A: External Diameter of B: Minimum Insertion D-A: Gap between cannot be less than 500 mm.15-0. the diameter of different pipes.1 24 0.8 ф38.4 Flange Connection welding point The pipes with large caliber and the devices are always Fixing point 3: 250 mm on the branched pipe from the connected by using a flange. The manifold must be that specified by the manufacture match the size of the manifold junction.2 Socket Welding The gap between socket components should be proper to ensure that the connection will not loose from the friction surface.27 ф22. A. apply lubricant on the surface of the flange. The Y-type manifold has an attached pipe used to adjust impact on refrigerant assignment by IDU branches.6.52 7 manifold and the IDU cannot be less than 500 mm. direction of medium flow. 3. 3.35 E. 0.05 Mpa) and must be regulated based on the pipe caliber. The flaring direction of the socket component must face towards INSTALLATION the direction of medium flow . the Pipe (mm) Depth (mm) Pipes (mm) D4. The liquid pipe and gas pipe must have the same length manifold installation are as follows: and be laid in the same route.4. The insertion Fixing point 1: 100 mm on the main inlet manifold from the depth cannot be smaller than that required by socket welding. Therefore. Use two torque wrenches to fasten the D2.4.

The distance cannot be 2. Short connect with a copper pipe with the same caliber disconnected from the Leave the pipe indoor unit temporarily. Then install a drier filter between the added stop valve outside the Cut off from middle liquid pipe and the stop valve of the ODU. Avoid overlapping it with other pipes to ensure straight inclination. Ceiling (1). INSTALLATION 3. Turn on the two stop valves and keep normal running. Power off all units. install a filter (100 mesh/ft2) between the added stop valve outside the gas pipe and the stop valve of the ODU. connect the pressure regulator valve on the nitrogen cylinder to (5). are discharged. and vacuumize the pipe. Requirements on Installation less than 500 mm. Leave the pipe (4). Indoor unit Stop valve equipped to the outdoor unit Indoor unit for the liquid pipe Stop valve equipped Gas pipe Nitrogen Gas pipe filter to the outdoor unit Added stop valve for the gas pipe Liquid pipe for the gas pipe Perform an air-tightness test and a vacuum test to the entire Drier filter for refrigerant pipe system after the construction is finished. Manhole (2). and vacuumize the pipe. Turn off the two stop valves of the liquid pipe. (3).7 Pipe Cleaning by Nitrogen (4). and easy for operation. weld a stop valve with the corresponding caliber to the copper pipe to proper depth. Power off all units. must be above 1% and that of the main pipe cannot be lower than The procedure is as follows: 0. After cleaning the liquid pipe. Distance between Hangers Gas pipe External Diameter of the Φ≤25 32>Φ≥25 Φ≥32 Liquid pipe Pipe (mm) Distance between 800 1000 1500 3. Adverse slopes are not allowed. The clamp of the pipe hanger is fixed outside the insulation layer. the liquid pipe in the outdoor pipe system. perform with (2).3%. Aluminium plastic compound pipes cannot be used. Open the two stop valves and keep normal running. 40 . Determine the direction and elevation of a condensate water pipe before installing it. Remove the filter. perform the same (2). the liquid pipe There must be a secure distance between pipes. and keeping them running cooling mode for 24 hours: (1). it is Distance between 1500 2000 recommended that a filter is installed for the gas pipe and a drier Vertical Pipes (mm) is installed for the liquid pipe during construction. PP-R. Pipes in Added stop valve for the liquid pipe different types must be fixed separately. and piping way must be determined by the technical personnel. care to ensure tight insulation. Second. Then insert the First.9 Filter and Drier Installation for the ODU Horizontal Pipes (mm) As the piping for the VRF system is complex. hot galvanized steel pipes can also be adopted. II. The inclination degree of the condensate water pipe the operation stability of the system. (3). The height of the clamp can Air pipe indoor unit be adjusted. Repeat this operation for three times till the dirt and water (1). A concave bag for positioning is gas pipe and liquid pipe at the position relatively close to the ODU available to the manifold purchased from Gree. disconnected from the (5). In a case when the space is not enough. ensure a distance above 500 mm between the pipe and the electric box of the unit for Generally. H. operation to clean the gas pipe. U-PVC water supply pipes bonded with special maintenance. the final glue are adopted as condensate water pipes. after the test run is complete. This ensures There are at least two hangers for each vertical pipe. indoor unit temporarily. Short connect with a copper pipe with the same caliber Before connecting the flare opening of the pipe to the IDU. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual cut at the middle of the pipe and remove burrs.8 Regard for Refrigerant Pipe Installation 1. aridity and cleanness of the piping system and further improves (3). Because the manifold structure is complex. Copper pipe Branch of the manifold Lastly. Remove the drier filter. Pipe Installation for the Condensate Water System 3. Turn off the two stop valves of the gas pipe. To remove the filter from the gas pipe after starting all IDUs Use a special-purpose pipe cutter to cut it off. Pipes During refrigerant pipe installation. Regulate the nitrogen To remove the drier filter from the liquid pipe after starting all pressure to about 5 kgf/cm² and blow nitrogen into the pipe for 1 IDUs and keeping them running in heating mode for 24 hours: minute. PP-C.

Ensure an inclination degree of more than 1% when (4). The width of the IDU. A ventilation hole must be provided on the top of the (5). If the air volume of the IDUs is high and outdoor air condensate water pipe resorption may be caused by negative suction pressure.1 Drain Pipe Installation for Hidden Air-duct-type IDU for Air sleeve. Requirements on Installation of Drain Pipes for Different Types (8). When connecting the drain pipe branches to the main drain pipe and that of the IDU is shown in the following figure. pipes with the bands instead of using the glue to facilitate further The sleeve cannot be used as a support point of the pipe. as shown in the following figure. After pipes are connected. The connection between the drain pipe and that of the IDU connecting the drain pipe to the IDU. maintenance. Connect the other end of the joint to the elbow. There must be a height drop of 20 mm from the (1). The condensate water pipe cannot be tied with the refrigerant pipe. figures. During condensate water pipe installation. The sleeve cannot connecting the drain pipe to the IDU. (9). Insulation for connection between the (3). ◆◆ The drain trap connector shall be installed in a way that facilitates trap cleaning. as shown in the following ◆◆ Install a drain trap connector for each unit. There is a condensate water outlet on both sides of the and then wrap them with plastic adhesive tape. fix the Drain hose Drain pipe for the unit pipes with the bands provided upon delivery instead of using the (5). Use pipe clips instead of applying glue to connect the hoses provided upon delivery and plastic pipes on the device. provide a u-type drain trap at the water outlet side of each IDU. 4. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual (4). the final piping way must be determined by the technical drainage is smooth and whether water leakage exists in the pipe personnel. 41 . pipe. affect the inclination degree of the pipe. Pipe bonding joints cannot be placed inside the 4. When connecting three-way pipes. Tie it with threads and 3. is shown in the following figure. Apply insulation materials to the condensate water pipe glue to facilitate further maintenance. Connector Indoor unitI ndoor unit Connector Incorrect connection Correct connection (5). Fill the gap between the (2). (1). Ensure an inclination degree of greater than 1% when ground when the pipe is lead through the floor. Bond the insulation material joints with special glue (3). rubber stopper to block the other outlet. joints to prevent dewing. Insulation layer for the (4). (mm) Bands PVC pipe for the unit 1000-1500mm Inclination degree of more than 1/100 Correct connection Incorrect connection (2). The steel casing must be parallel with the bottom of the Supply floor or wall. the two-way straight figure. perform a test with some of the unit for maintenance. When connecting the drain pipe to that of the IDU. Equip a steel casing for all pipes which are led through of IDUs the wall or floor. In a case when the space is not water and another test with full water in the pipe to check whether enough. d. system. use the adhesive tape must be 5 cm or more to prevent dewing. lead through from the above part of the main pipe. When connecting the drain pipe to that of the IDU. distance above 500 mm between the pipe and the electric box (7). The height from ◆◆ Install drain trap connectors as shown in the following the suction inlet of the discharge pump is about 200 to 500 mm. After one condensate water outlet is determined. Indoor unit H Pipe cover H/2 4. ensure a INSTALLATION drain pipe to ensure smoother discharge of condensate water. (6).2 Drain Pipe Installation for IDU (1). fix the pipe and the sleeve with flexible and non-flammable materials. pipes must be laid on the same slope. Other Requirements strap with insulation materials to prevent leakage.

Insulation Materials Use closed-cell foam insulation materials with retardant grade of B1. The drain pump shall be fixed securely. performing the air-tightness test. as shown in the following figure. The diameter of the header pipe must be determined on Bond the insulation material joints with special glue and then wrap the number and capacity of IDUs. Reserve a distance of about 200 mm near the welding (1). them with electrical adhesive tape. Thickness of the Insulation Layer Thickness of the insulation layer for the condensate water pipe must be greater than 10 mm. 6. Use sunblock. Insulation for the Refrigerant Pipe System (2).88 Pipe (mm) Thickness of the INSTALLATION CeilingC lip (accessory) ≥ 15 ≥ 20 Insulation Layer (mm) (3). (3). If the water is discharged to the outdoor side. The width of the adhesive must be greater than 5 cm to prevent dewing.5m Hanger bracket The heat conductivity is not greater than 0. There must be a proper inclination for the drain pipe. 1-1. Wrap joints of indoor/outdoor units with insulation part or side instead of lower part of the main pipe. (3). Wear the insulation sleeve before connecting refrigerant (2). (4). The drain pipe must be installed to facilitate drainage to pipes. 1. 5. Use glue to bond the insulation material at the water condensate water. The heat conductivity is not greater than 0. Insulation for the Condensate Water Pipe System (1). Requirements on Centralized Drainage for IDUs (4). that of the refrigerant pipes. Insulation is not required for the outdoor part of 42 . Otherwise. The width of the adhesive (4). and non-cracking insulation abnormal noises will be generated. outlet to the unit to prevent dewing. materials. at elbows. Insulation System drain pipe. Specifications of the insulation sleeve must match with drop to the outdoor ground directly. (1). the drain pipe of each IDU point separately to ensure continuity of the insulation sleeve. 1. After centralized drainage is adopted. pipe and follow the specified inclination to smoothly discharge (6). When a header pipe is used. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Ensure a proper inclination degree while connecting to the main III. (2). Insulate all condensate water pipes. it cannot (3). Drain hose (accessory) 1. Requirements on Independent Drainage for Each IDU 1. point to protect the insulation sleeve during welding. Connect branches to the main pipe from the upper (7). When installing pipe. (3). Select insulation materials based on design are as follows: requirements. There must be no gap between the joint and the wall of (6). (5). The insulation layer cannot crack during construction. When there are multiple IDUs in the same building. (2). No gap 2. start from the highest point of the tape must be 50 mm or more to ensure secure connection.1 Insulation Materials Use closed-cell foam insulation materials with flame retardant Roof grade of B1. anti-weathering. The lifting pipe for drainage must be provided as shown in the following figure. materials for outdoor pipes.035 w/(m·k) when the average temperature is 0°C. perform insulation to the welding (2).035 w/(m·k) when Within 300 mm the average temperature is 0°C.3 Procedure of Insulation Requirements on independent drainage design for each IDU (1). (5).2 Thickness of the Insulation Layer Less than 1000 mm Raising pipe for drainage External Diameter of the ≤ 12. must be higher than the header pipe. Users cannot cut the insulation material apart and then the largest extent and be as short as possible. Bond the insulation material joints with special glue and then wrap them with plastic adhesive. wrap up with ties after connecting the pipes by welding. especially for joints the indoor/outdoor unit.7 ≥ 15.

Otherwise. It must be replaced if slipped screw head exists. Alternatively. L N (2). Otherwise. Insulation for Air Ducts L N D1 D2 H1 H2 (1). thickness of the rubber and plastic insulation INSTALLATION Three-phase unit layer is 35 mm. Supports. 43 . Installation of the Power Cable Single-phase unit 1. The external conducting wire must be fixed by Indoor/outdoor unit Wired controller a clip. Reliable grounding is required. The external conducting wire must be fixed by Indoor/outdoor unit Wired controller a clip. A reliable ground terminal must be provided for the communication cable of the wired controller power. Precautions Both the power cable and communication cable must be connected properly. thickness of the rubber and plastic insulation Grounding D1 D2 D3 H2 L1 L2 L3 N layer is 20 mm. Gas pipes Grounding D1 D2 H1 H2 screw 3). Water pipes 2). It must be replaced if slipped screw head exists. The external conducting wire must be fixed by a clip. hangers. Drainage pipe 4). Thickness of the Insulation Layer Power cable (three-core) Indoor/outdoor Communication (The yellow green cable communication cable of the For the air supply and return air pipe laid in a room without is the ground cable. Warning 3. 2.personal injury or fire may communication D1 D2 H1 H2 occur. Insulation for air duct components and devices must be Grounding screw L performed after the air leakage test is performed or after quality N check. and brackets of the air duct must be installed outside the insulation layer. the main board will be burnt. For the air supply and return air pipe laid in an air conditioning room. breaker to both the indoor and ODUs to switch on or switch off The diameter of the power cable is larger than that of the the general power of the IDU or ODU. The screw for fixing the conducting wire must be tightened. The grounding resistance must meet the requirement of local low. The yellow green cable inside the air conditioning unit is 2. It cannot be used for other purposes or be cut off. A chock must be provided 1. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual condensate water pipes. Use centrifugal glass wool or rubber and plastic materials be tightened. adopt three cores or more for the power cable and two cores for the communication cable. Otherwise. communication cable. be tightened. communication D1 D2 H1 H2 for insulation or use novel insulation air ducts. 1. Requirements on Power Cable Configuration Color label for the power cable Configure a circuit breaker to each unit for short circuit Power cable Indoor/outdoor Communication cable communication cable of the wired controller and overload protection. (3). The air conditioning unit is category 1 electrical appliance Grounding screw which requires reliable grounding. 1. Otherwise. It must be replaced if slipped screw between the support. communication D1 D2 H1 H2 Part 7 Electric and Controller Installation I. Indoor/outdoor unit Wired controller Warning 3. Reliable grounding is required. It must be replaced if slipped screw head exists. In addition. configure a general circuit Method 2: Use different types of cables. The insulation layer should be flat and tight without any crack or gap. II. Warning 3.personal injury or fire may occur. The screw for fixing the conducting wire must laid separately with a distance of greater than 20 cm. screw (5). thecommunication cable the communication of the unit will be affection. The screw for fixing the conducting wire must (2). The power cable and the communication cable must be 2. (4). Color label for the communication cable a grounding cable. 2. an electric shock Color label for the power cable may be caused.personal injury or fire may occur. head exists. Otherwise. or brackets and the air duct. hanger. (5).) cable (two-core) wired controller (two-core) The power cable and communication cable can be identified Elaborate the method with the installation personnel on site in the following ways: no matter which method is adopted. Other places deemed as unreliable 1. Power cable Indoor/outdoor Communication cable (4). is the ground cable. (3). If the power cable is connected to the Power cable (five-core) (The yellow green cable Indoor/outdoor Communication communication cable of the communication port. Reliable grounding is required. The screw for fixing the conducting wire must be tightened. Single-phase unit 3. Reliable grounding is required. Do not connect the grounding cable to any of the following: Three-phase unit 1). Precautions L N D1 D2 H1 H2 (1). 2. The external conducting wire must be fixed by Color label for a clip. Method 1: Use sheaths in different colours.personal injury or fire may communication D1 D2 H1 H2 occur. Do not fix it with tapping screws. Indoor/outdoor unit Wired controller Warning 3.) cable (two-core) wired controller (two-core) an air conditioner. Otherwise.

Installation of the Communication System The CAN communication network is adopted for GMV5 VRF system. L3. (2). screws. fit the threading rubber ring to the hole.2 3. For details. Connection of Communication Cable Terminals on the power terminal block and the grounding screw next to the All connections for communication of GMV5 are fastened by terminal block respectively. III. Procedure for Installing the Power Cable Main board Wired controller Communication (1). For details. Fasten and fix the power cable with ties (support heads). L3. Knock off the knockouts used for threading the external interface H1 H2 IDU main board IDU main board Communication Communication Wired controller IDU interface D1 D2 CN12 H1 H2 IDU interface D1 D2 CN12 H1 H2 power cable. Manual DIP or identification on polarities of the communication power is not required for the IDU.1 IDU NO. Lay the power cable and communication cable for the ODU according to the following figures. L2. and the grounding cable to L1.(80max) Prev. see the description on unit capacity configuration. (3). Only the function DIP needs to be set for the ODU. IDU Next IDU the power cable. INSTALLATION Note:The maximum number of connected IDUs (n) is determined based on the capacity of the ODU. L2. External Connection for Modularly Connected Units Note: Provide a threading rubber ring when threading a strong power cable or a communication cable. see the description on function setting of the ODU. IDU Communication matched resistance IDU NO. For details. Connect L1. see the description on unit capacity � X T2 D1 D2 H1 H2 configuration. L1 L2 L3 NL 1L 2L 3N L1 L2 L3 N Inner-unit connection cableI nner-unit connection cableI nner-unit connection cable Connection screw Terminal Board Terminal block Terminal block Terminal block Connector of the Connector of the Connector of the grounding cable grounding cable grounding cable E E E Fixing mode of Fixing mode of Fixing mode of tablet compressing reverse u-type Exposed straight insertion conducting wire Externally connecte Externally connecte Externally connecte power cable power cable power cable 44 . and thread X T2 D1 D2 H1 H2 X T2 D1 D2 H1 H2 the power cable through the hole. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual (1). and N 1. Module 3 (slave unit) Module 2 (slave unit) Module 1 (master unit) Main board AP1 Main board AP1 Main board AP1 Communication Interface of Interface of Communication interface Communication Interface of Interface of Communication interface Communication Interface of Interface of Communication interface interface of VFD emergency power network (CA N1) of ODU/IDU interface of VFD emergency power network (CA N1) of ODU/IDU interface of VFD emergency power network (CA N1) of ODU/IDU signal switch signal CN1 signal switch signal CN1 signal switch signal CN1 CN9 CN9 CN9 CN44 CN45 CN2 CN44 CN45 CN2 CN44 CN45 CN2 CN10 A CN10 A CN10 A CN3 CN3 CN3 CN11 B CN11 B CN11 B A A A B XT3 XT2 B XT3 XT2 B XT3 XT2 F1 F2 P1 P2 D1 D2 G1 G2 F1 F2 P1 P2 D1 D2 G1 G2 F1 F2 P1 P2 D1 D2 G1 G2 Communication Communication Communication interface interface interface CN301、CN302 CN301、CN302 CN301、CN302 Inverter compressor Inverter compressor Inverter compressor drive board AP3 drive board AP3 drive board AP3 A A A B CN301 L1 L2 L3 N XT1 B CN301 L1 L2 L3 N XT1 B CN301 L1 L2 L3 N XT1 CN302 CN302 CN302 Communication Communication Communication interface Power supply E interface Power supply E interface Power supply E Inverter fan drive Inverter fan drive Inverter fan drive board AP4 board AP4 board AP4 Note:The maximum number of connected ODUs (N) and that of Communication between Communication among basic modules Communication among basic modules ODU and IDU connected IDUs (n) are determined based on the combination 2 2 Communication among IDUs IDU IDU main board Communication interface D1 D2 CN12 H1 H2 form of ODUs. External Connection for Individual Units (2).N. and N of Connect with the last slave module Next IDU Prev. IDU NO.

Wired controller INSTALLATION IDU D1 D2 H1 H2 IDU D1 D2 H1 H2 X T2 X T2 D1 D2 H1 H2 D1 D2 H1 H2 Connect with the last slave Prev. (The master unit is set by SA8 on the main board of the ODU. I f there are multiple modules for the modular ODU.1 One wired Figure 7. 1 2 SA8 D1 D2 G1G2 ODU ODU MODBUS Communication within IDUs GATEWAY 2 2 D1 D2 MODBUS or D1 D2 … BACnet gateway The gateway is available when IDU NO. Connection modes for the single-module system and multi. ODUs ⑤ .) ② . Wired controller D1 D2 H1 H2 IDU D1 D2 H1 H2 IDU D1 D2 H1 H2 D1 D2 H1 H2 X T2 IDU X T2 D1 D2 H1 H2 D1 D2 H1 H2 Connect with the IDU outdoor module Prev. (The slave unit is set by SA8 on the main board of the ODU.) Figure 4 Communication cable connection for IDUs and ODUs ③ . The last IDU of the bus shall be connected to a matching resistor (placed in the D1 D2 G1G2 D1 D2 G1G2 D1 D2 G1G2 package of the ODU). (2). Communication Cable Connection Method and Procedure ④ . If there are multiple modules for the modular ODU. The last IDU The communication cable between the IDUs and ODUs shall be connected to a matching resistor (placed in the is connected via interface D1/D2 on the terminal block XT2. wired controller ODU Connection modes for the communication cable between the ON IDU and wired controller are shown in the following figures. IDU module Next IDU Communication matched resistance Figure 6 Communication cable connection for the multi- module system Note: ① .(80max) central controlling is required.1 IDU NO. IDU Next IDU Communication matched resistance Figure 5 Communication cable connection for the single- module system Figure 7.2 IDU NO. 3. the IDU must be connected to the slave module of the last ODU. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 2. The communication cable must be long enough to avoid (1).2 IDU NO. Communication cable connection between the IDUs and joints. MODBUS Communication within IDUs GATEWAY 2 2 MODBUS or … BACnet gateway The gateway is available when IDU NO. Connection of Communication Cables ODU 3 (slave unit) ODU 2 (slave unit) ODU 1 (master unit) The communication bus of indoor and ODUs must be ON ON ON 1 2 1 2 1 2 SA8 SA8 SA8 connected in series instead of in star mode.n. Indoor units must be connected in series.n.(80max) central controlling is required. Communication cable connection between the IDU and module system are shown in the following figures.1 IDU NO. package of the ODU).2 Two wired controller controlling controllers controlling one IDU one IDU 45 . The communication cable and power cable must be laid separately to avoid interference. the master unit must be the first ODU module on the communication cable and cannot be connected to the IDU.

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ODU

D1 D2

IDU1 IDU2 IDU16
H1 H2 H1 H2 D1 D2 H1 H2
D1 D2 D1 D2

Note:
Figure 7.3 One wired controller controlling multiple IDUs ① . All wired controllers are set to primary wired controllers
upon delivery.
INSTALLATION

② . In parameter setting status, Fan, Timer, Sleep, and Swing
ODU
buttons are unavailable. Press the “ON/OFF” button to
return to the home page without executing the action of
D1 D2 power-on or power-off.
③ . In parameter setting status, the remote controller signal is
IDU1 IDU2 IDU16
unavailable.
D1 D2
H1 H2
D1 D2
H1 H2 D1 D2 H1 H2 (3). Connection between the air duct type IDU and receiver
board
When the air duct type IDU needs to be connected to the
remote-control receiver board, connect via Dsp1 and Dsp2 on the
main board of the IDU.
Figure 7.4 Two wired controllers controlling multiple IDUs
When two wired controllers control multiple IDUs, the wired Corresponding
controllers can be connected to any IDU which is in the same IDU Type
Remote-control
Connection Type
Main Board
Receiver Board Interface of the
series. Set of the two wired controller to the secondary wired
IDU
controller. The number of IDUs controlled by the wired controller Dsp1
cannot exceed 16. All connected IDUs must be in the same (interconnecting
network. with the 8-core
Inter-board
interface)
The secondary wired controller can be set in start-up or Air duct type connection
JS03 Dsp 2
(17 cores)
shutdown mode. (interconnecting
① . Press the “FUNCTION” button for 5 seconds on the wired with the 9-core
interface)
controller to be set as the secondary wired controller. The
temperature area displays “C00”. Continue to press the
“FUNCTION” button for 5 seconds, the parameter setting
interface is displayed and the temperature area displays IDU main board

“P00”.
② . Select code P13 by pressing “ ” or “ ”. Press the “MODE”
button to switch to parameter value setting. When the Dsp1 Dsp2

parameter value flickers, select code 02 by pressing “

8-core interface 9-core interface
or “ ”. Then press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to finish
setting. Connection wire (17-core)

③ . Users can press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to Note:
the previous level till parameter setting exits.
① . The wired controller and the remote-control receiver board
The parameter setting list is shown below:
can be used at the same time.
② . When selecting the remote-control receiver board, select a
Parameter Parameter Parameter Default
Remark remote controller.
Code Name Range Value
4. Installation and Disassembly of the Wired Controller (See the
When two wired
controllers control Manual)
01: primary
one or multiple IDUs,
wired 4.1 XK46 Wired Controller
Wired the addresses of the
controller
controller controllers must be Basic parameters and components of the wired controller
P13 02: 01
address different. The secondary
Secondary
setting wired controller (address:
wired
02) does not support unit
controller
parameter setting except
setting of its address.

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4.2 XK49 Wired Controller
Basic parameters and components of the wired controller

40
112

82.5
.3
R3
6-R2
.7 3 5 60 16

22 2-R2.5 5
112 22 42.5 Unit:mm

92

67
5

45
16 74
92 39.5

Figure 3.1 Size of the wired controller

INSTALLATION
1 2 3

No. 1 2 3
Panel of wired Soleplate of
Name Screw M4*25
controller wired controller 1 2 3 4

Q'ty 1 3 1 Figure 3.2 Components of the wired controller

Installation of the wired controller
SN 1 2 3 4

Connecting
Base plate Wired
box installed
Name of the wired Screw M4X25 controller
in the wall (86
controller panel
box)
1 2 3 4
Provided by
Quantity 1 2 1
H2 H1
users
H2 H1
Installation of the wired controller
H2 H1

12
ON
1 2
ON
7 6 5
1 2 3 4

8 9 10
7 6 5
Disassembly of the wired controller

H2 H1

H2 H1

8 9
Installation diagram of the wired controller
1 2 3 4
Notes:
① . T he wired controller must be installed by professional
personnel. The power must be switched off during
installation.
② . Pull out the two-core twisted-pair communication cable
connected to the IDU from the installation hole in the wall
and connect it to H1 and H2 of the terminal block and
screw it on.
③ . Precautions for the door control system
If the wired controller is not connected to the door control
system, set the switch “1” of the DIP S1 on the base plate to the
digit.

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To connect the wired controller to the door control system, detected.
set the switch “1” of the DIP S1 on the base plate to “ON” and Step 3: Increase the pressure for R410A system to 4.15
connect the door control card interface to interfaces N and L or MPa. Stop for 5 minutes and then perform strength check. Slight
interfaces VCC and GND of the terminal block. Note: leakage or blow holes may be detected.After increasing the
Interfaces N and L are door control power interfaces with pressure to the test pressure, keep the pressure for 24 hours and
100-240 V-50/60 Hz. check whether it decreases. If the pressure does not decrease, it
Interfaces VCC and GND are door control power interfaces meets the requirement.
with DC 5-24 V. 3. Precautions:
Users can select only one from 100-240 V and DC 5-24 V.
(1). The measuring range of the test pressure gauge for
④ . After cable connection is finished, cling the base plate of
R410A system must be above 4.5 MPa.
the wired controller to the wall and use the screw M4X25 to
(2). Record the value displayed on the pressure gauge,
fix the base plate to the installation hole in the wall.
ambient temperature, and test time.
⑤ . Insert the inter-board connection cable of the base plate
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(3). Pressure correction: The pressure changes by 0.01 MPa
to the needle file CN1 of the wired controller panel. Then
when the temperature changes by 1°C.
place the panel and base plate together.
(4). The pressure meets the requirement if it does not
Disassembly of the wired controller
change.
(5). If the pressure must be kept for a long time, decrease the
pressure to 0.5 MPa or lower. High pressure for a long time may
cause leakage at the welding point or safety hazard.
(6). Before performing the air-tightness test to the refrigerant
1 2 3 4 pipes, do not conduct insulation or wrapping at the welding or
Disassembly diagram of the wired controller flaring opening joints of the IDU. The pressure must be increased
simultaneously for pipes on outdoor sides and cannot be
Part 8: Vacuumization and Desiccation for the increased for pipes on one side.
Refrigerant System
Works for the refrigerant system include cleaning and Indoor unit
Perfuse the
desiccating the pipes, performing an air-tightness test, and Indoor unit
gas pipe and

Nitrogen
perfusing refrigerant. liquid pipe at
Gas pipe the same time.
I. Air-tightness Test
Liquid pipe
1. Importance of the Air-tightness Test

Air-tightness of the multi-module air conditioning system Note: Before performing the air-tightness test, do not conduct
mainly refers to the tightness of the refrigerant pipes, which insulation or wrapping at the welding joints.
ensures secure and reliable running of the air conditioner. II. Vacuumization and Desiccation for the System
Refrigerant leakage may affect functions of the air conditions 1. Requirements on the Vacuum Pump
or even damage the compressor and make the system to break The vacuum pump for different refrigerant systems cannot be
down. Therefore, a air-tightness test must be performed. If the same.
refrigerant leakage is detected after the system is installed, it is The ultimate vacuum degree of the vacuum pump should
very difficult to locate the leaking point as the suspending ceiling reach -0.1 Mpa.
has been decorated. Therefore, the air-tightness test must be The air discharge capacity of the vacuum pump must be
performed before ceiling sealing for indoor decoration is finished. greater than 4 L/S.
2. Procedure for Performing the Air-tightness Test The precision of the vacuum pump must be greater than 0.02
Stop valves of the gas and liquid pipes of the ODU are mmHg.
turned off at delivery. The system vacuum pump must be equipped with a check
Before test, apply a small amount of required lubricant on valve.
the block nut and pipe terminals and use two wrenches to fix the 2. Procedure and Precautions for Vacuumization and Desiccation
block nut.
2.1 Procedure
The ODU pipes cannot be connected when the air-tightness
(1). Before vacuumization, ensure that the stop valves of the
test is being performed.
gas and liquid pipes are turned off.
The test pressure for R410A system is 4.0 MPa. Use dry
(2). Use the perfusing duct to connect the regulator valve and
nitrogen as media for the air-tightness test. Increase the pressure
vacuum pump to detection connectors of the gas pipe and liquid
slowly by following the steps below:
pipe.
Step 1: Increase the pressure to 0.5 MPa. Stop for 5 minutes
(3). Vacuumize for 4 hours and check whether the vacuum
and then perform air-tightness check. Major leakage may be
degree reaches -0.1 MPa or more. If not, leakage may exist.
detected.
Perform leakage check again. If no leakage exists, continue to
Step 2: Increase the pressure to 1.5 MPa. Stop for 5 minutes
vacuumize for 2 hours.
and then perform air-tightness check. Minor leakage may be
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is performed for twice, there may be water in the pipe when it is 2. Method for calculating ∑ for the quantity of refrigerant perfused
confirmed that no leakage exists. In this case, discharge water for each module (B)
by means of vacuum breaking. Perfuse nitrogen at 0.05 MPa to
Quantity of Refrigerant Perfused for
the pipe. Vacuumize for 2 hours and keep vacuuming for 1 hour. Module Capacity (HP)
Each Module (B) (kg) (2)
If the vacuum degree of -0.1 MPa cannot be reached, repeat this
Rated Capacity Number of
operation till water is discharged. Configuration Rate C for Configured 8 10 12 14 16
(5). After vacuumization, turn off the regulator valve and keep Indoor and ODU (1) IDUs
for 1 hour. Ensure that the pressure of the regulator valve does ≤4 0 0 0 0 0
50% ≤ C ≤ 70%
not increase. >4 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
2.2. Precautions: ≤4 0.5 0.5 1 1.5 1.5
70% < C ≤ 90%
(1). The gas pipe and liquid pipe must be vacuumized at the >4 1 1 1.5 2 2
same time. ≤4 1 1 1.5 2 2
90% < C ≤ 105%
>4 2 2 3 3.5 3.5

INSTALLATION
High pressure Low pressure
gauge gauge ≤4 2 2 2.5 3 3
105% < C ≤ 115%
>4 3.5 3.5 4 5 5
≤4 3 3 3.5 4 4
115% < C ≤ 135%
>4 4 4 4.5 5.5 5.5
Note:
Liquid pipe ① . Rated capacity configuration rate C for IDUs and ODUs =
Gas pipe
valve
valve Sum of rated cooling capacity of IDUs/Sum of rated cooling
capacity of ODUs
② . I f all IDUs are fresh air IDUs in GMV-NX series, the
quantity of refrigerant perfused for each module (B) is 0 kg.
◆◆ Examples
Vacuum pump
(1). Example 1:
(2). Turn off the valve before powering off the vacuum pump. The ODU consists of modules GMV-280WM/B-X, GMV-
(3). Keep vacuuming for 2 hours. The vacuum meets the 400WM/B-X, and GMV-450WM/B-X. The IDU consists of 8 pieces
requirement if the pressure displayed by the vacuum gauge does of GMV-ND140PLS/A-T.
not increase. Rated capacity configuration rate C for IDUs and ODUs =
(4). The units parallel connected to the module and oil- 140 x 8/(280+400+450) = 108%. The number of IDUs is greater
equalizing pipe also need to be vacuumized. than 4, according to the above table,
Part 9: Refrigerant Perfusion The quantity of refrigerant perfused for module GMV-280WM/
I. Calculation Method for Perfusing Refrigerant B-X (B) is 3.5 kg.
Quantity of refrigerant perfused for the pipe (R) = Quantity The quantity of refrigerant perfused for module GMV-400WM/
of refrigerant perfused for the pipe (A) + ∑ Quantity of refrigerant B-X (B) is 5.0kg.
perfused for each module (B) The quantity of refrigerant perfused for module GMV-
1. Method for calculating the quantity of refrigerant perfused for 450WM/B-X (B) is 5.0kg.
the pipe (A): Therefore,
∑ Quantity of refrigerant perfused for each module (B) =
Quantity of perfused refrigerant for the pipe (A) = ∑ Length of 3.5+5.0+5.0 = 13.5 kg
the liquid pipe x Quantity of perfused refrigerant for the liquid pipe Assume that the quantity of refrigerant perfused for the pipe
per meter (A) = ∑ Length of the liquid pipe x Quantity of refrigerant perfused
for the liquid pipe per meter = 25 kg
Diameter
Total quantity of refrigerant perfused for the system (R) =
of the Φ28.6 Φ25.4 Φ22.2 Φ19.05 Φ15.9 Φ12.7 Φ9.52 Φ6.35
Liquid Pipe 25+13.5 = 38.5 kg
(2). Example 2:
kg/m 0.680 0.520 0.350 0.250 0.170 0.110 0.054 0.022
The ODU consists of one GMV-450WM/B-X and the IDU
consists of one fresh air IDU GMV-NX450P/A (X4.0)-M. The
quantity of perfused refrigerant for this module is 0 kg.
Therefore,
∑ Quantity of refrigerant perfused for each module (B) = 0 kg
Assume that the quantity of refrigerant perfused for the pipe
(A) = ∑ Length of the liquid pipe x Quantity of refrigerant perfused
for the liquid pipe per meter = 5kg
Total quantity of refrigerant perfused for the system (R) =
5+0= 5 kg
II. Method for Perfusing Refrigerant
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pre-perfusion and perfusion during running. Quantity of refrigerant to be perfused during running m`=M-m
1. Refrigerant Pre-perfusion M is the required total quantity
If the pre-perfusion quantity (m) reaches the required total quantity
Step 1: Connect the high pressure gauge pipe to the
for the system, turn off the valve of the refrigerant tank immediately to
detection opening of the liquid pipe, the low pressure gauge pipe
finish perfusing and proceed with step 11.
to the detection opening of the gas pipe, and the medium gauge
Step 11: Remove the pressure gauge.
pipe to the vacuum pump. Power on the vacuum pump to perform
2. Refrigerant Perfusion During Running
vacuumization and desiccation.
Step 2: After vacuumization and desiccation are finished, turn Step 1: Turn off the valve of the refrigerant tank and reconnect the
off valves of the high pressure gauge and low pressure gauge. pressure gauge pipe. Disconnect the low pressure gauge pipe from
Disconnect the medium gauge pipe from the vacuum pump and the detection valve opening of the gas liquid and connect it to the low
connect it to the refrigerant tank. pressure detection valve, as shown in the following figure.
Step 3: Properly loosen the joint between the medium gauge
High pressure Low pressure
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pipe and the pressure gauge and slightly turn on the valve of gauge gauge
the refrigerant tank. Vacuumize the medium gauge pipe. After
that, fasten the joint and turn on the valve of the refrigerant tank
completely.
Step 4: If the refrigerant tank is not equipped with a siphon,
reverse the refrigerant tank and place it on the electronic scale. Refrigerant Liquid pipe Gas pipe
tank valve valve
Then record the current weight (m1). If the refrigerant tank is
equipped with a siphon, record the current weight (m1) directly.
Low pressure
detection valve
High pressure Low pressure
gauge gauge
Electronic scale

Step 2: Turn on the valves for the liquid and gas pipes of each
module completely. For the modular unit, the oil-equalizing valve of each
Refrigerant
Liquid pipe Gas pipe
tank valve valve module also needs to be turned on.
Step 3: Make the system to run in commissioning mode via the
commissioning software or the main board of the ODU. (For details, see
the description on commissioning.)
Electronic scale
Step 4: When the commissioning step goes to refrigerant perfusion,
turn on the valve of the refrigerant tank and perfuse the remaining
High pressure Low pressure
gauge gauge quantity (m`).
Step 5: After all refrigerant is perfused, turn off valve of the
refrigerant tank and wait till commissioning is automatically is completed
for the system.
Step 6: Remove the pressure gauge to finish refrigerant perfusion.
Liquid pipe Gas pipe
valve valve

Refrigerant
Siphon

tank

Electronic scale

Step 5: Turn on the valve of the high pressure gauge (while
keep the valve of the high pressure gauge turned off) and then
perfuse refrigerant to the system. Record the change of weight of
the refrigerant tank.
Step 6: When all refrigerant in the refrigerant tank is
perfused, record the current weight m2.
Step 7: Turn off the valve of the high pressure gauge and
replace the refrigerant tank.
Step 8: Perform step 3 again.
Step 9: Perform step 5 and step 6 again. Record the weight
before perfusion m3 and weight after perfusion m4.
Step 10:If there is no sufficient refrigerant and the calculated
quantity of refrigerant is not fulfilled for the system, record the
current total perfusion quantity.
m=(m1-m2)+(m3-m4)+…+(mn-1-mn)

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Replace the compressor at SA3_COMP-E 00000 operation DIP switch compressors. including special Function application of ODUs consists of function DIP The GMV5 serial unit is a refrigerating system of R410A DIP Switch Name Meaning Factory Settings Remark GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning SA1_capacity Capacity DIP switch Defines the rated capacity of the unit. electricians. All commissioning and maintenance personnel must operations. The default factory setting is the master unit status. address DIP switch is valid only when it is set on the master unit. Sets the static pressure of the fan according to the static This DIP switch should be set based on actual engineering conditions. and other security requirements should be strictly security operation requirements. the factory settings are used without being changed. The equipment must be powered off before relevant certificates. The working pressure of the former is 1. Replace the compressor at SA4_I/M-E 00 operation DIP switch module. All installation and maintenance operations must comply substances. 1# compressor/module emergency Provides aftersales emergency settings for 1# compressor/ It is better not to use the emergency function. Precautions for the Use of Refrigerants Outdoor Fan Static Pressure Setting DIP Switch SA6 has a higher working pressure than that of R22 working Security measures must be taken especially for outdoor ON working substances. the SA1 DIP switch cannot be further set. On the master module. (1). the SA8 DIP switch must be set again. 00 refrigerating system. Workers of special types of labor. SA1 Capacity DIP Switch prohibited. Function DIP switches must be set when the ODU is powered off. The in the case of centralized control by multiple systems. and other DIP switches retain the factory settings without special requirements. Outdoor SA6_ESP_S pressure of the exhaust pipeline connected with the 00 neither over-large nor over-small. SA2 DIP Switch Centralized Control Address engineering requirements. complied with. The factory settings cannot be changed. Refrigerants must be appended in the form substances. R410A working substances are azeotropic mixture engineers. DIP Switch SA8 (4). and only one master unit can be set in each SA8_MASTER-S Master unit setting DIP switch Defines the master unit. must have professional (3). Note: ① . Function Settings of ODUs Part 1 Security Requirements I. No worker is allowed to do another type of labor. to guarantee normal operation of the unit. operations. Defined based on the model. and then the settings are valid after the ODU is powered on. 00 fan at the first time when an exception occurs. Precautions for Construction ON 1# Compressor/Module Emergency Operation SA4 DIP Switch and Maintenance Manual ON Fan Emergency Part 2 Introduction to Unit Functions Operation DIP Switch (1). ON that of the latter. Replace relevant parts of the SA5_FAN-E Fan emergency operation DIP switch Provides aftersales emergency settings for fans. The refrigerating system of R410A working substances working substances. settings in outdoor scenarios. It is unnecessary to change the factory fan static pressure setting DIP switch engineering unit. Pay attention to the following points: Reserved DIP Switch uses thicker-walled copper tubes than that of R22 working SA7 (3). COMMISSIONING 52 OPERATION ON of liquid. The address DIP switch is used only when centralized control is required. switch settings and function button settings. Rule-breaking operations are with design requirements of this product and national and local ON Master Unit Setting (2). ② . . and welders. It is better not to use the emergency function. the first time when an exception occurs. SA7 Reserved DIP switch —— 00 —— A master unit must be set. 2#-6# compressor emergency Provides aftersales emergency settings for 2#-6# It is better not to use the emergency function. This DIP switch is mandatory. such as refrigerating (2). The refrigerating system of R410A working substances (1). Adopt copper tubes with appropriate wall thickness. the first time when an exception occurs. System Function DIP Switch Settings SA5 ON II.6 times than learn and strictly comply with construction security specifications. Defines and differentiates addresses of different systems SA2_Addr-CC Centralized control address DIP switch 00000 Otherwise. ON SA3 Operation DIP Switch Emergency Compressor I.

set the DIP switch according to the The centralized control address DIP switch (SA2_Addr-CC) following methods: indicates the centralized control address required when different refrigerating systems are controlled in a centralized manner. this DIP switch can retain the factory settings without being changed. a DIP switch setting exception fault may occur. set the DIP switch according to the Shielding the operation of following methods: 1 0 0 0 0 2# compressor (1). and it is unnecessary to change the settings. (6). the front of the unit. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Meanings and setting methods of function DIP switches are 3. The 1# compressor/module emergency operation DIP switch (SA4_I/M-E) is used for aftersales emergency settings when an 53 . 0 1 0 0 0 3# compressor COMMISSIONING (2). 0 1 0 1 1 12 (4). 4. address conflicts may occur and the unit cannot run (SA4_I/M-E) properly. 6# compressor (4). In addition. 1#-6# compressors are defined from right to left facing 5) The centralized control address DIP switch (SA2_Addr. When the DIP switch setting is not covered in the above 0 1 0 0 1 8 scope. 1 0 0 0 0 2 2# Compressor 1# Compressor 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 6 Precautions: 1 0 0 0 1 7 (1). 1 0 0 1 1 11 (3). The centralized control address DIP switch (SA2_Addr. Unit Capacity DIP Switch (SA1_capacity) Corresponding to 2#-6# compressors. Centralized Control Address DIP Switch (SA2_Addr-CC) When it is required to shield the operation of 2#-6# compressors upon failure. On the same refrigerating system. The system cannot continually run for more than 24 1 0 1 1 1 14 hours in compressor emergency operation status. The Compressor Emergency Operation DIP Switch default factory setting is "00000". The compressor emergency operation mode is valid only in a single-module multi-compressor system. Shielding the operation of Otherwise. 2. Once 24 hours 0 1 1 1 1 15 are exceeded. (SA3_COMP-E) Remark If it is not required to use centralized control between multiple DIP1 DIP2 DIP3 DIP4 DIP5 refrigerating systems. The default factory setting is “00000”. CC) cannot be the same between different refrigerating systems. the entire unit will be forcibly stopped and the 1 1 1 1 1 16 limited operation code “Ad” is displayed on the IDU. The centralized control address DIP switch (SA2_Addr- CC) on the master unit of other refrigerating systems must be set as follows: SA2 Address DIP1 DIP2 DIP3 DIP4 DIP5 No. Compressor Emergency Operation DIP Switch (SA3_ as follows: COMP-E) 1. 0 0 0 1 0 5# compressor CC) on the master unit of a refrigerating system must be set to Shielding the operation of 0 0 0 0 1 “00000”. Only one compressor can be set to emergency mode on 0 0 0 1 1 10 a module. the compressor The unit capacity DIP switch (SA1_capacity) has been set emergency operation DIP switch (SA3_COMP-E) is used for upon factory departure. the system may work abnormally or compressor in a short time and guarantee the emergency even the compressor may be damaged. 0 0 1 0 1 9 (2). It is unnecessary to further set the DIP aftersales emergency settings when an exception occurs on switch. It can shield the operation of the abnormal switch settings. the centralized control Shielding the operation of address DIP switch (SA2_Addr-CC) on a non-master unit is 0 0 1 0 0 OPERATION 4# compressor invalid. Otherwise. 1# Compressor/Module Emergency Operation DIP Switch Otherwise. 0 0 1 1 1 13 (5). and this system is the master system. the setting is invalid. Shielding the operation of (3). Not shielding the 0 0 0 0 0 operation of 2#-6# If it is required to use centralized control between multiple compressors refrigerating systems. operation of other compressors. users are not allowed to change the DIP a compressor. The DIP switch must be set on the master unit.

Shielding the operation of 1# 1 0 3). The default factory setting is “00”. Outdoor Fan Static Pressure Setting DIP Switch (SA6_ (2). a DIP switch setting exception fault may occur. need to be closed tight by hand。 ESP_S) is used in special scenarios such as the unit installation (3). The module emergency operation mode is valid only in a Pa). it uses the factory settings. (4). hours in module emergency operation status. When the DIP switch setting is not covered in the above operation code “Ad” is displayed on the IDU. power-off status). compressor 4). the entire unit will be forcibly stopped and the 0 1 50 Pa limited operation code “Ad” is displayed on the IDU. including the gas pipe. medium static pressure (50 Pa). Fan positions Master Unit Setting DIP Switch (SA8_MASTER-S) DIP1 DIP2 Remark 0 0 Master unit 2# Fan 1# Fan 1 0 Sub-module Upon factory departure. When the DIP switch setting is not covered in the above DIP1 DIP2 Remark scope. The system cannot continually run for more than 120 0 1 Shielding the operation of the module hours in fan emergency operation status.Subsequent to emergency operation. It can shield the Fan Emergency Operation DIP Switch (SA5_FAN-E) operation of the abnormal compressor/module in a short time and DIP1 DIP2 Remark guarantee the emergency operation of other compressors. only one module retains the master unit status and other modules are set to sub-module status. and on a dual-module fan. a DIP switch setting exception fault may occur. and high static pressure (82 OPERATION system with more than two modules connected in parallel. 6. The system cannot continually run for more than 24 0 0 0 Pa hours in compressor emergency operation status. zero static pressure (0 Pa). 0 0 No fan in emergency operation mode When it is required to set the 1# compressor/module to 1 0 Shielding the operation of 1# fan emergency mode. For the basic module set to master unit. When multiple modules are connected in parallel. (1). scope. Only one module can be set to emergency operation methods are as follows: mode in each system. liquid pipe and oil balance The outdoor fan static pressure setting DIP switch (SA6_ pipe. 5. When a module is independently used. The compressor emergency operation mode is valid only equipment room. the entire unit will be forcibly stopped and the limited each module. Outdoor Fan Static Pressure Setting DIP Switch (SA6_ESP_S) (6). The default factory setting is “00”. Master Unit Setting DIP Switch (SA8_MASTER-S) The fan emergency operation DIP switch (SA5_FAN-E) is The master unit setting DIP switch (SA8_MASTER-S) defines used for aftersales emergency settings when an exception occurs module management of a system. low static pressure (30 COMMISSIONING in a single-module multi-compressor system. DIP1 DIP2 Static Pressure Range (7). The setting methods are as follows: (1). a DIP switch setting exception fault may occur. Only one fan can be set to emergency mode on a compressor/module module. Precautions: (2). 1 1 82 Pa (8). operation code “Ad” is displayed on the IDU. valves of shielded outdoor unit. A master unit must be set. Once 120 hours are Precautions: exceeded. The system cannot continually run for more than 48 The default factory setting is “00”. In scenarios where air ducts are required to be connected. It can shield the operation of a fan in a only one master unit can be set in each refrigerating system (in short time and guarantee the emergency operation of the system. 54 . When it is required to set the fan to emergency mode. Pa) can be set according to the design of air ducts. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual exception occurs on the 1# compressor/module. Once 48 hours are Note that the DIP switch should be independently set on exceeded. Only one compressor can be set to emergency mode on ESP_S) a module. Once 24 hours 1 0 30 Pa are exceeded. Reserved Function DIP Switch (SA7) (9). the entire unit will be forcibly stopped and the limited (1). 7. The setting (5). 1#-6# compressors are defined from right to left facing SA7 is the reserved function DIP switch and meaningless the front of the unit. Fan Emergency Operation DIP Switch (SA5_FAN-E) 8. set the DIP switch as follows: 0 1 Shielding the operation of 2# fan Precautions: 1# Compressor/Module Emergency Operation DIP Switch (SA4_I/M-E) 1). Not shielding the operation of 1# 0 0 2). the module address is displayed as “01” on the main board. all modules are in “00” master unit status by default. When the DIP switch setting is not covered in the above set the DIP switch as follows: scope. currently.

maintenance to guarantee vacuum processing in all pipelines. Indicates the query button. The settings are as follows: II. No silent settings The position of white lever indicates the position to be set to. one module can be set to master unit status in each refrigerating It can only be set. system. used for SW3 FUNCTION 2. A module must be set to master unit status. “ON” indicates “0” status and the opposite No automatic conservation Cooling/Heating function direction indicates "1” status. single-heating. 9. module b. It can be set and queried. Introduction to Function Buttons The main board AP1 of the ODU consists of eight function buttons: Function Button Name and Meaning Conservation control 1 Aftersales vacuuming Refrigerant recovery Outdoor silent mode Unit cooling/heating Button Code Function Meaning Function Name operation function SW1 UP Indicates the upward selection button. ② . mode SW2 DOWN Indicates the downward selection button. Set module c to master unit and the Code —— —— nA 00 01 other two modules to sub-modules. System function settings and query must be performed after commissioning of the entire unit. DIP Switch Example (1). Settings must be performed in power-off status. Example The following takes master unit settings as an example. Sets different silent modes to meet users' noise requirements. single-cooling.1 List of functions SW5 SKIP Indicates the skip button. 55 . used to SW8 RESET restore factory settings. used for SW4 CHECK function query. A2 A6 A7 A8 n0 SW7 CONFIRM Indicates the confirmation button. 1. It can only be set. Module a/Module b (Sub-module) for centralized management. 2. Remark (3). Meaning settings ON ON —— —— Position of White Lever Position of White Lever Factory Settings "0" Status" 1" Status (2). operation parameters. System Function Button Operations COMMISSIONING Sets the unit to cooling/heating. System function settings and query can be used no matter whether the entire unit runs. and module c. Indicates the reset button. Assume that a system consists of three modules: module a. Other modules are set to sub-module status. or air supply mode Fully or partially recovers refrigerants in a faulty module or IDU pipeline according to OPERATION Automatically decreases the power consumption of the unit according to system Module c enables all electronic expansion valves and electromagnetic valves during (Master Module) the system pressure after automatic startup during maintenance. — (4). The default factory setting is "00" master unit status. Function Code Indicates the return button. It can be set and queried. used to SW6 BACK return to the upper-level menu. Explanation of DIP switch positions On the DIP switch. Indicates the function button. and only It can be set and queried. Function Meaning Note: Automatically ① . GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual (2). Introduction to Functions function settings.

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2.2. Description of Functions

It can be set and queried.

It can only be queried.
(1) A2 Refrigerant recovery operation

It can only be queried.
It can only be queried.

It can only be queried.

It can only be queried.
It can only be set.
It can only be set.
This function partially recovers refrigerants in a faulty module
Remark

or IDU pipeline during unit maintenance. The refrigerant recovery

volume of each basic module is as follows:

Maximum Refrigerant Recovery
Model of Basic Module
Volume (kg)
No capacity output limitation

GMV-224WM/B-X 7.5

GMV-280WM/B-X 7.5
Meaning

GMV-335WM/B-X 8.7
settings

——
——

——
——

——

——
——

GMV-400WM/B-X
13.5
GMV-450WM/B-X
Factory Settings

This function falls into two modes: faulty module refrigerant
recovery and IDU pipeline refrigerant recovery.

Refrigerant Refrigerant
Recovery Mode Recovery Mode Remark
Code Name
Code

——
——
——

——

——

——
——

00

This mode is selected when
Basic module
a basic module fails and it is
01 refrigerant
required to recover refrigerants
recovery
from this basic module.
COMMISSIONING

This mode is selected when an
OPERATION

Prevents IDU project number conflicts when different refrigerating systems are

Indoor unit
IDU fails and it is required to
02 pipeline refrigerant
recover refrigerants from the IDU
recovery
Queries the entire-unit bar code and controller bar code of ODU.
Displays project numberes of all IDUs through ODU operations.

pipeline.
Queries real-time operation parameters of the ODU.

When this function is enabled, the ODU automatically starts
Queries historical fault information of the ODU.
the maximum power consumption of the unit.
Forcibly enables ODU defrosting operation.

and recovers refrigerants to the ODU or IDU pipeline.
Displays the number of online IDUs.

(2) A6 Unit cooling/heating function
controlled in a centralized manner.

This function sets operation modes of the entire unit,
including:
Forcibly decreases
Function Meaning

Function Mode of ODU
Operation Mode of IDU
Code Name

Cooling mode, dehumidifying mode,
heating mode, and air supply mode.
Cooling/
nA (Note: The heating mode cannot work with
Heating
other modes at the same time.) (factory
settings)

Cooling mode, dehumidifying mode, and air
nC Single-cooling
supply mode.

Heating mode and air supply mode.
Single-
nH (Note: The heating mode cannot work with
heating
the air supply mode at the same time.)
Indoor unit project number
Indoor unit project number

Online IDU quantity query

nF Air supply Air supply mode.
Conservation control 2

Outdoor unit bar code
Forcible defrosting

Parameter query
Function Name

function query

The user or administrator can set operation modes of the
Fault query
operation

query
offset

ODU based on actual situations to prevent conflicts.
When it is required to set different refrigerating systems to
the same function mode, set the master system according to
the above requirements. For the master system settings, see
the "Centralized Control Address DIP Switch (SA2_Addr-CC)"
section.
Function Code

(3) A7 Outdoor silent mode
This function is used when users require lower environment
n9

nb
n8
n6

n7
n4

n5
n3

noises, including nighttime automatic silent mode and forcible
silent mode.
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automatically judges the highest daytime environment (7) n4 Conservation control 2
temperature and then starts silent operations in a certain interval The highest capacity output limitation is set when users
to guarantee nighttime low-noise operations. The nighttime require forcibly limiting the system power consumption. The
automatic silent mode falls into nine categories: setting scope is as follows:

Starting the Silent Stopping the Code Highest Output Capacity
Mode X Hours Nighttime
10 100% (factory settings)
Silent after the Daytime Silent Mode
Code Noise Degree
Mode Temperature after Continual 09 90%
Reaches the Operations for Y
08 80%
Highest Hours

Mode 1 01 6 10 Note: The cooling or heating effect may fall off after the capacity
Mode 2 02 6 12 limitation is set.
(8) n5 Indoor unit project number offset
Mode 3 03 8 8
Low-noise This function sets the IDU project number when multiple
Mode 4 04 8 10
mode refrigerating systems are controlled in a centralized manner (by
Mode 5 05 10 8 using a remote monitor or centralized controller), avoiding the
Mode 6 06 10 10 same project number between different systems. If the project
Mode 7 07 4 14 number is not set, project number conflicts may occur between
Low- and systems.
Mode 8 08 6 8 medium- This function only needs to be set on the master system,
noise mode
which is the system with the centralized control address SA2 DIP
superlow-
Mode 9 09 12 10 switch being “00000”. For details, see the "Centralized Control

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noise mode
Address DIP Switch (SA2_Addr-CC)" section.

OPERATION
Note: The highest daytime temperature is generally in 13:00- (9) n6 Fault query
15:00. This function queries historical faults of the system. Up to
For the forcible silent mode, the system runs in low-noise five historical faults can be memorized in time order.
mode no matter in the daytime or nighttime. The forcible silent (10) n7 Parameter query
mode falls in three categories: This function queries operation parameters of each module
of the ODU in real time.
Silent Mode Code Noise Degree (11) n8 Indoor unit address query
Mode 10 10 Low-noise mode This function queries addresses of all IDUs through one
Mode 11 11 Low- and medium-noise mode operation of the ODU.
(12) n9 Online IDU quantity query
Mode 12 12 superlow-noise mode
This function queries the number of online IDUs through the
Note: The system capacity may fall off after the silent mode is set. ODU.
Therefore, try to balance the noise with the capacity in selecting a 3. Function Setting Operations
silent mode category. Step 1: Open the commissioning window of the master unit
The factory setting is “00”. panel.
(4) A8 Aftersales vacuuming mode Step 2: Power on the entire unit.
This function ensures the vacuum degree of the entire Step 3: Press "SW3" on the master unit to enter the to-be-
system during maintenance to prevent operation functions of selected status of function settings. By default, the master unit is
dead zones. Expansion valves and electromagnetic valves of the displayed as follows:
unit will be enabled after this function is set.
(5) n0 Conservation control 1 LED1 LED2 LED3
System conservation is set when conservation operations
Function Display Current Display Current Display
are required. The default factory setting is capacity priority control Code Mode Progress Mode Status Mode
mode. The system capacity may fall off after the conservation A7 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking
mode is set.
Users can select corresponding functions by pressing "SW1
Code Function Name (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)" on the master unit, including:
01 Conservation control – invalid (factory settings)
LED1 LED2 LED3
02 Conservation control - valid
Function Display Current Display Current Display
(6) n3 Forcible defrosting operation Code Mode Progress Mode Status Mode

This function is set when forcible defrosting is required for A7 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking
the unit during maintenance. After this function is enabled, the A6 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking
system automatically quits based on quitting conditions and then
A2 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking
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A8 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking Step 3: Press "SW7" to confirm selecting the mode. The
master unit is displayed as follows:
n0 Blinking 01 Blinking 00 Blinking

n3 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking LED1 LED2 LED3
n4 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking Function Display Silent Display Current Display
n5 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking Code Mode Mode Code Mode Status Mode
A7 On 00 On OC On
After selecting the functions to be set, press "SW7" to
A7 On 01 On OC On
confirm entering function settings. The master unit is displayed as
follows: A7 On 02 On OC On

A7 On 03 On OC On
LED1 LED2 LED3 A7 On 04 On OC On
Function Display Current Display Current Display A7 On 05 On OC On
Code Mode Progress Mode Status Mode
A7 On 06 On OC On
A7 On 00 Blinking OC Blinking
A7 On 07 On OC On
A6 On nC Blinking nC Blinking
A7 On 08 On OC On
A2 On 01 Blinking 00 Blinking
A7 On 09 On OC On
A8 On 00 Blinking OC Blinking
A7 On 10 On OC On
n0 On 01 Blinking OC Blinking
A7 On 11 On OC On
n3 On 00 Blinking 00 Blinking
A7 On 12 On OC On
n4 On 10 Blinking OC Blinking
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n5 On 00 Blinking OC Blinking On the master unit, press "SW6" to return to the upper
level (press "SW6" in setting status to return to the upper level;
OPERATION

Then go to step 4 to set corresponding functions. press "SW6" after settings are completed to restore the normal
Step 4: Set function parameters. operating status of the unit).
Setting methods of function parameters are as follows: If no button operations are performed on the master unit for
(1). A7 Outdoor silent mode settings five minutes, the function setting automatically quits and the unit
Step 1: Confirm entering the A7 outdoor silent mode settings. restores the current status.
The master unit is displayed as follows: The default factory setting is “00”, that is, no silent mode.
(2). A6 Unit cooling/heating function settings
LED1 LED2 LED3 Step 1: Confirm entering the A6 unit cooling/heating function
settings. The master unit is displayed as follows:
Function Display Silent Display Current Display
Code Mode Mode Code Mode Status Mode
On LED1 LED2 LED3
A7 00 Blinking OC Blinking
ODU ODU
Step 2: Select a corresponding silent mode by pressing Function Display Function Display Function Display
Code Mode Mode Mode Mode Mode
"SW1 (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)".
Code Code

LED1 LED2 LED3 A6 On nC Blinking nC Blinking

Function Display Silent Display Current Display Step 2: Select a corresponding cooling/heating function by
Code Mode Mode Code Mode Status Mode
pressing "SW1 (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)".
A7 On 00 Blinking OC Blinking

A7 On 01 Blinking OC Blinking LED1 LED2 LED3
A7 On 02 Blinking OC Blinking
ODU ODU
A7 On 03 Blinking OC Blinking Function Display Display Display
Function Function
Code Mode Mode Mode
Mode Code Mode Code
A7 On 04 Blinking OC Blinking

A7 On 05 Blinking OC Blinking A6 On nC Blinking nC Blinking
A7 On 06 Blinking OC Blinking A6 On nH Blinking nH Blinking
A7 On 07 Blinking OC Blinking A6 On nA Blinking nA Blinking
A7 On 08 Blinking OC Blinking A6 On nF Blinking nF Blinking
A7 On 09 Blinking OC Blinking

A7 On 10 Blinking OC Blinking

A7 On 11 Blinking OC Blinking

A7 On 12 Blinking OC Blinking

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Step 3: Press "SW7" to confirm selecting the mode. The completing refrigerant recovery or power off the entire unit.
master unit is displayed as follows: If no operations are performed after the low-pressure value
displayed on LED3 continually blinks for three minutes, the entire
LED1 LED2 LED3 unit will be forcibly stopped.
ODU ODU On the master unit, press "SW6" to return to the upper level
Function Display Display Display
Function Function for restoring the standby status of the entire unit (press "SW6"
Code Mode Mode Mode
Mode Code Mode Code
in setting status to return to the upper level; press "SW6" after
A6 On nC On nC On settings are completed to restore the normal operating status of
A6 On nH On nH On the unit).
A6 On nA On nA On Note:Another startup is not allowed within 10 minutes after
refrigerant recovery.
A6 On nF On nF On
2). Basic module refrigerant recovery
On the master unit, press "SW6" to return to the upper Step 3: Set the basic module requiring refrigerant recovery
level (press "SW6" in setting status to return to the upper level; to module emergency operation status and close the liquid-tube
press "SW6" after settings are completed to restore the normal stop valve of the emergency status module. Select "02” as in step
operating status of the unit). 2 to enter basic module refrigerant recovery. The display is as
If no button operations are performed on the master unit for follows:
five minutes, the function setting automatically quits and the unit
restores the current status. LED1 LED2 LED3
The default factory setting is “nA” cooling/heating. Function Display Current Display Current Display
(3). A2 Refrigerant recovery operation settings Code Mode Progress Mode Status Mode

Step 1: Confirm entering the A2 refrigerant recovery Module

COMMISSIONING
operation settings. The master unit is displayed as follows: A2 On 02 On high- On
pressure

OPERATION
LED1 LED2 LED3
LED3 shows the high-pressure value of the module.
Refrigerant Step 4: When the high-pressure value displayed on LED3
Function Display Display Current Display
Recovery continually blinks (displayed as 0°C if the high pressure is less
Code Mode Mode Status Mode
Code
than 0°C), quickly close the air-tube stop valve of the emergency
A2 On 01 Blinking 00 Blinking module and then press "SW7" on the master unit to confirm
completing refrigerant recovery or power off the entire unit.
Step 2: The default setting is “01”. Select "01" or "02" by
If no operations are performed after the high-pressure value
pressing "SW1 (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)". Press "SW7" to confirm
displayed on LED3 continually blinks for three minutes, the entire
selecting the mode.
unit will be forcibly stopped.
On the master unit, press "SW6" to return to the upper level.
On the master unit, press "SW6" to return to the upper level
If no button operations are performed on the master unit for
for restoring the standby status of the entire unit (press "SW6"
five minutes, the function setting automatically quits and the unit
in setting status to return to the upper level; press "SW6" after
restores the current status.
settings are completed to restore the normal operating status of
1). Indoor unit refrigerant recovery
the unit).
Step 3: Select "01” as in step 2 to enter IDU refrigerant
Note: Before the basic module refrigerant recovery operation,
recovery. Digital LEDs and status LEDs of all basic modules are
users must close the liquid-tube stop valve of the basic module
displayed as follows:
requiring refrigerant recovery.
Another startup is not allowed within 10 minutes after
LED1 LED2 LED3
refrigerant recovery.
Refrigerant
Function Display Display Current Display (4). A8 Aftersales vacuuming mode settings
Recovery
Code Mode Mode Status Mode Step 1: Confirm entering the A8 aftersales vacuuming mode
Code
[Module settings. The master unit is displayed as follows:
low-
A2 On 01 On On
pressure LED1 LED2 LED3
Ps]
Function Display Current Display Current Display
LED3 shows the low-pressure value of a module. If the value Code Mode Progress Mode Status Mode
is negative, LED3 circularly displays the negative code "nE” and
A8 On 00 Blinking OC Blinking
the numeric value every one second. For example, for -30°C,
LED3 alternately displays “nE” for one second and then “30” for Enter the to-be-confirmed status of system vacuuming mode
another second. settings.
Step 4: Close liquid-tube stop valves of all basic modules Step 2: Press "SW7" to confirm entering the to-be-confirmed
of the ODU. When the low-pressure value displayed on LED3 status of system vacuuming mode settings. All modules are
continually blinks, quickly close air-tube stop valves of all basic displayed as follows:
modules and then press "SW7" on the master unit to confirm

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) Step 1: Confirm entering the n5 IDU project number offset (6). the unit restores the current status. The master unit is displayed as follows: LED1 LED2 LED3 LED1 LED2 LED3 Highest Function Display Display Current Display Function Display Display Current Display Code Output Code Mode Mode Status Mode Code Mode Mode Status Mode Capacity n0 On 01 Blinking OC Blinking n4 On 10 Blinking OC Blinking Step 2: Select a corresponding mode by pressing "SW1 (UP)" n4 On 09 Blinking OC Blinking or "SW2 (DOWN)". The master unit is displayed as follows: Step 1: Confirm entering the n3 forcible defrosting operation LED1 LED2 LED3 settings. Step 1: Confirm entering the n0 system conservation operation settings. The Code Mode Mode Status Mode Capacity master unit is displayed as follows: n4 On 10 On OC On LED1 LED2 LED3 n4 On 09 On OC On Function Display Display Current Display Code Code Mode Mode Status Mode n4 On 08 On OC On n0 On 01 On OC On If no button operations are performed on the master unit n0 On 02 On OC On for five minutes. Note: This function only needs to be set on the master system. n0 System conservation operation settings pressing "SW1 (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)". (Press "SW6" in setting status to return to the completed to restore the normal operating status of the unit. n4 On 08 Blinking OC Blinking LED1 LED2 LED3 Step 3: Press "SW7" to confirm selecting the mode.) upper level. Step 2: Select a corresponding capacity limitation value by (5). the system the normal operation mode. 60 . the system quits this mode and restores When the unit reaches defrosting quit conditions. press "SW6" after settings are completed to restore (8). The master module is displayed as follows: LED1 LED2 LED3 LED1 LED2 LED3 Current Function Display Display Current Display Current Progress/ Function Display Display Current Display Code Mode Mode Status Mode Progress/ Mode Code Mode Mode Status Mode Mode n5 On 00 On OC On n3 On 00 On 00 On After 10 seconds. automatically quits and restores the normal operation control. The master module is displayed as follows: Step 2: Press "SW7" to confirm entering forcible defrosting. Capacity Alternatively. n3 Forcible defrosting operation settings settings. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual LED1 LED2 LED3 (7). The master unit is displayed as follows: A8 On 00 On OC On LED1 LED2 LED3 Expansion valves and electromagnetic valves of all outdoor Highest Function Display Display Current Display and IDUs are opened. (Press "SW6" in setting status function setting automatically quits and the unit restores the to return to the upper level. Output Code Mode Mode Status Mode Press "SW6" on the master unit to quit the vacuuming status. n5 Indoor unit project number offset settings the normal operating status of the unit. the entire unit quits the vacuuming status after 24 n4 On 10 Blinking OC Blinking hours. and the entire unit cannot be enabled. n4 Highest capacity output limitation settings Step 1: Confirm entering the n4 highest capacity output Function Display Current Display Current Display Code Mode Progress Mode Status Mode limitation settings. The Function Display Display Current Display master module is displayed as follows: COMMISSIONING Code Code Mode Mode Status Mode OPERATION n0 On 01 Blinking OC Blinking LED1 LED2 LED3 n0 On 02 Blinking OC Blinking Highest Function Display Display Current Display Output Step 3: Press "SW7" to confirm selecting the mode. press "SW6" after settings are current status. the function setting automatically quits and the If no button operations are performed for five minutes. The master unit is displayed as follows: LED1 LED2 LED3 Current Function Display Display Current Display Progress/ Code Mode Mode Status Mode Current Mode Function Display Display Current Display Progress/ Code Mode Mode Status Mode n5 On 00 Blinking 00 Blinking Mode n3 On 00 Blinking 00 Blinking Step 2: Press "SW7" to send the project number offset command.

The faults that can be queried are as follows: LED1 LED2 LED3 Current Code description Code description Function Display Display Current Display Progress/ Code Mode Mode Status Mode Mode Inverter compressor out- E1 High-pressure protection P9 of-step protection n8 On 00 On 00 On Communication failure Regardless of the current display status of wired controllers between the master unit E3 Low-pressure protection C2 and inverter compressor or display panels of all IDUs. LED3 alternately displays the historical fault code and module address in an interval of one second in the sequence of Press "SW7" and select the IDU project number query on fault records. By default. if the number of For example. Temperature sensor failure On the master unit. the function setting automatically quits and the protection inverter compressor driver unit restores the current status. Hundreds- place) place) Step 3: Press "SW4" on the master unit to enter the query n9 On 00 On 00 Blinking status. "0075" is displayed. Enter the to-be-confirmed status of IDU project OPERATION Current number query. The master unit is displayed as follows. DC bus line over-low Over-high pressure ratio J8 HL voltage protection for protection inverter outdoor fan driver DC bus line over-high Four-way valve leakage J7 HH voltage protection for protection inverter outdoor fan driver High-temperature Inverter outdoor fan driver E5 H6 protection of compressor 1 IPM module protection 61 . Step 4: Select a function to be queried by pressing "SW1 The digital LED2 displays the number of IDUs (thousands- (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)" on the master unit. Other not historical faults. Up to modules are displayed in normal status. protection compressor driver module The IDU retains the project number display status. select the A6 unit cooling/heating function. the display is switch being "00000". the A7 place hundreds-place) and the digital LED3 displays the number outdoor silent mode is displayed for query. Mode Code Mode Code Step 7: If the n6 fault query is selected. the function setting automatically quits and the unit LED1 LED2 LED3 restores the current status. The IDUs is 75. the display is as A6 On nA On nA On follows. Code Mode Mode Status Mode Mode Select a fault to be queried by pressing "SW1 (UP)" or "SW2 n8 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking (DOWN)". driver module If no quit button operations are performed on the master unit Over-low pressure ratio Charge circuit failure of J9 PF for 30 minutes. For example. If there the master unit. five historical faults can be queried. Function Display Display Current Display Progress/ Code Mode Mode Status Mode Mode LED1 LED2 LED3 n6 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking Current Function Display Display Current Display Progress/ Press "SW7" on the master unit to confirm fault query. LED1 LED2 LED3 4. see the "Centralized Control as follow Address DIP Switch (SA2_Addr-CC)" section. Step 5: If the n8 IDU address query is selected. it does not Over-high temperature influence the settings and operation status of outdoor and IDUs. the display COMMISSIONING LED1 LED2 LED3 is as follows. Display panel. the current display status is all driver switched to the IDU project number. Function Query Operations Number Number of IDUs Step 1: Open the commissioning window of the master unit of IDUs Function Display (Thousands. display is as follows: If no button operations are performed on the master unit for five minutes. press and hold "SW6" to quit the address Discharge low-temperature E2 P7 of inverter compressor protection display status for all IDUs and return to the upper level. LED2 and LED3 display “00” by default. However. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual which is the system with the centralized control address SA2 DIP Step 6: If the n9 IDU address query is selected. press "SW6" to return to the upper level. Function Display ODU Display ODU Display Note: The online IDU quantity query function applies to a single Function Function Code Mode Mode Mode refrigerating system only. For details. Enter the to-be-confirmed status of fault query. of IDUs (tens-place ones place). LED2 displays the fault sequence number. Lack of refrigerant U4 P8 protection for inverter On the master unit. Display Mode (Tens-place Code Mode place Mode Ones- Step 2: Power on the entire unit.

Step 8: If the n7 parameter query is selected. The display is as P6 Inverter compressor driver C3 between the master unit follows: IPM module protection and inverter outdoor fan driver LED1 LED2 LED3 Over-high temperature Inverter compressor startup Function Display Parameter Display Current Display PJ H8 protection for inverter failure Code Mode Code Mode Status Mode outdoor fan driver module Parameter Temperature sensor failure n7 On XX On Blinking Inverter compressor phase value PE H7 of inverter outdoor fan lack protection driver module LED2 displays the parameter code of the module and COMMISSIONING Inverter compressor driver LED3 displays the parameter value. Enter the to-be-confirmed status of parameter query. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual High-temperature Inverter outdoor fan startup On the master unit. press "SW7" to confirm parameter query E6 HJ protection of compressor 2 failure and enter the module confirmation status for parameter query. Select a corresponding parameter current protection value by pressing "SW1 (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)". press and hold "SW7" for five seconds 09 temperature of °C is invalid for the to clear all historical faults of the ODU. Parameters are displayed P3 OPERATION module reset in the following sequence. Over-current protection of Inverter outdoor fan phase The display is as follows: J2 HE compressor 2 lack protection Top high-temperature Inverter outdoor fan driver LED1 LED2 LED3 EU H3 protection of compressor 1 module reset Function Display Module Display Current Display Top high-temperature Inverter outdoor fan over. LED2 and LED3 Discharge display “00” indicating there are no more historical faults after the 08 temperature of °C compressor 2 last fault is displayed. By default. Current detection PC circuit failure of inverter compressor driver Parameter Code Parameter Name Unit Remark Outdoor The display is as follows: 01 environment °C LED1 LED2 LED3 temperature Operation Function Display Fault Display Current Display 02 frequency of Hz Code Mode Sequence Mode Status Mode compressor 1 Displayed n6 On 01 On Operation alternately 03 frequency of Hz Displayed compressor 2 n6 On 02 On alternately Historical Operation fault/ Displayed 04 frequency of Hz n6 On 03 On module alternately outdoor fan address Displayed Module high- n6 On 04 On 05 °C alternately pressure Displayed Module low- n6 On 05 On 06 °C alternately pressure Discharge "01-05" indicates the fault sequence from the earliest to the 07 temperature of °C latest. the outdoor environment Inverter compressor over- P5 temperature value is displayed. compressor 1 If there are less than five historical faults. Discharge This parameter In fault query status. LED1 LED2 LED3 Discharge This parameter Current 11 temperature of °C is invalid for the Function Display Display Current Display Progress/ compressor 5 GMV5 series. compressor 3 GMV5 series. the display is Discharge This parameter as follows. Code Mode Address Mode Status Mode Eb H5 protection of compressor 2 current protection n7 On 01 Blinking 00 Blinking DC bus line over-low voltage Current detection circuit n7 On 02 Blinking 00 Blinking PL protection for inverter HC failure of inverter outdoor compressor driver fan driver n7 On 03 Blinking 00 Blinking DC bus line over-high n7 On 04 Blinking 00 Blinking Inverter outdoor fan out-of- PH voltage protection for H9 step protection Select a module for parameter query by pressing "SW1 inverter compressor driver Communication failure (UP)" or "SW2 (DOWN)" and then press "SW7". Code Mode Mode Status Mode Mode n7 Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking 62 . 10 temperature of °C is invalid for the compressor 4 GMV5 series.

nb Blinking 00 Blinking 00 Blinking 20 Reserved Press "SW7" on the master unit to enter the next-level menu Module selection. If a parameter value is negative. "00". the function setting automatically quits Current value of 16 compressor 3 A is invalid for the and the unit restores the current status. This parameter Current value of LED1 LED2 LED3 18 A is invalid for the compressor 5 GMV5 series. temperature are displayed as four-digit values. After confirming the module. T h e d i s c h a r g e t e m p e r a t u r e a n d e n v i r o n m e n t compressor 6 GMV5 series. Enter the to-be-confirmed status of ODU Current value of 17 A is invalid for the compressor 4 bar code query. LED3 alternately displays “nE” for one second and then “30” for another 63 . GMV5 series. the This parameter display is as follows. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Discharge This parameter second. The display is as follows: Outdoor unit 26 PLS heating EXV2 LED1 LED2 LED3 27 Subcooler EXV PLS Function Display Parameter Display Current Display Code Mode Code Mode Status Mode Defrosting 28 °C nb On Un/Pc Blinking -n Blinking temperature Liquid-extracting Note: Un indicates the entire-unit bar code and Pc indicates the 29 temperature of °C subcooler controller bar code. “00” is displayed. compressor 1 Current value of ③ . ⑤ . example. LED1 LED2 LED3 Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display Note: Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode ① . 13). circularly Operation This parameter displaying the higher two digits and the lower two digits. it Current value of 14 A indicates -28°C. that is. If "nE". 15 A compressor 2 ④ . The display is as follows: Outlet This parameter 33 temperature of °C is invalid for the condenser GMV5 series. (bits 1-6) → entire-unit bar code (bits 7-12) → entire-unit bar code Inlet-tube This parameter (bit 13) → controller bar code header → controller bar code (bits 32 temperature of °C is invalid for the 1-6) → controller bar code (bits 7-12) → controller bar code (bit condenser GMV5 series. select a bar code sequence by Outlet pressing "SW1 (▲)" or "SW2 (▼)". For example. entire-unit bar code header → entire-unit bar code temperature GMV5 series. if "01" and "15" are alternately displayed. If no button operations are performed on the master This parameter unit for five minutes. 12 temperature of °C is invalid for the ② . for -30°C. Current Function Display Display Current Display This parameter Progress/ Current value of Code Mode Mode Status Mode 19 A is invalid for the Mode compressor 6 GMV5 series. and "28" are alternately displayed. GMV series. Step 9: If the nb ODU bar code query is selected. LED3 circularly Code On Code On Code On displays the negative code "nE” and the numeric value every one second. The display is as follows: COMMISSIONING 21 temperature of °C compressor 1 OPERATION Module LED1 LED2 LED3 22 temperature of °C Function Display Module Display Current Display compressor 2 Code Mode Address Mode Status Mode Module nb On 01 Blinking 00 Blinking 23 temperature of °C outdoor fan 1 nb On 02 Blinking 00 Blinking Module nb On 03 Blinking 00 Blinking 24 temperature of °C outdoor fan 2 nb On 04 Blinking 00 Blinking Outdoor unit Select a module for query by pressing "SW1 (▲)" or "SW2 25 PLS heating EXV1 (▼)" and then press "SW7". If a parameter is invalid for the unit. The display sequence is as 30 temperature of °C accumulator follows: This parameter Entire-unit bar code (bits 1-13) and controller bar code (bits Oil return 31 °C is invalid for the 1-13). it indicates 115°C. For 13 frequency of Hz is invalid for the compressor 3 GMV5 series.

Addresses On the master unit. performed on the IDU without configuring the N1 On R0 On 12 On wired controller. if receiving In engineering COMMISSIONING Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display a pausing engineering Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode commissioning status. 64 . All the other than 10 status. press "SW6" to return to the upper level on the master blink for five setting 2 of outdoor and IDUs are if there are two levels of menu. Addresses of on the master for seven setting 3 outdoor and IDUs retain unit for more seconds. In engineering LED1 LED2 LED3 commissioning pause Continuing status. of outdoor and IDUs is and "SW8" All LEDs Restoring memorized. Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode seconds. the preceding settings. master unit to retain the engineering Pre-startup ODU valve previous commissioning commissioning status judging phase" in completion phase of the LED1 LED2 LED3 step 11. Press "SW4" to quit the query unit for more seconds. the system nb On Un Blinking -n Blinking does not detect the Press "SW4" and "SW5" communication status Selecting no- simultaneously in any between the IDU and LED1 LED2 LED3 wired-controller commissioning progress wired controller any more. all cleared. Quitting press and hold "SW7" for Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display engineering —— more than five seconds Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode commissioning on the master unit to quit 81 On 50 On 06 On commissioning. the system will current commissioning restore the completion Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display phase. The number hold "SW3" If a parameter is invalid for the unit.1 Basic Operations Controller bar code: N1M0128150067 The display sequence is as follows: Basic Operations Operation Method Remark LED1 LED2 LED3 Starting Press and hold "SW7" on engineering the master unit for more —— Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display commissioning than five seconds. Restoring memorized. Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode In this mode. cleared. This function is valid LED1 LED2 LED3 after step 9. function settings are seconds. All than 10 the other function settings seconds. In engineering LED1 LED2 LED3 commissioning status. are cleared. Basic Operations for Engineering Commissioning Entire-unit bar code: N1R0128150066 5.2 Restoring Factory Settings LED1 LED2 LED3 Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display Restoring Prompt for Setting Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode Factory Successful Remark Method Settings Settings 81 On 50 On 06 On Press and hold "SW8" All factory settings of All LEDs LED1 LED2 LED3 Restoring on the master the ODU are restored blink for three setting 1 unit for more and the unit waits for re- Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display seconds. the function setting automatically quits and the unit Press and required. For example. The number hold "SW5" restores the current status. 7X On/Off XX Off XX Off Re-commissioning is not Press and required. press "SW6" Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display engineering —— on the master unit to Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode commissioning continue engineering commissioning. Pre-startup Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode refrigerant judging phase" nb On Pc Blinking -n Blinking in step 10. commissioning signal OPERATION press "SW6" on the 6X On/Off XX Off XX Off Pausing during the process of "10. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Example: 5. than 10 commissioning. N1 On M0 On 12 On 5. "00" is displayed. press "SW4" to quit. commissioning Parameter Display Parameter Display Parameter Display after the unit enters the Commissioning can be mode Code Mode Code Mode Code Mode commissioning status. of outdoor and IDUs is and "SW8" All LEDs blink Step 4: In query status. If no button operations are performed on the master unit for Re-commissioning is not five minutes. phase of "9.

in power-on or power-off status to enter the parameter query Step 2: Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five interface “C00”. Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds in power-on or power-off status to enter the "MASTER" on the wired controller will be on. stick the “ ” MASTER 6 Engineering parameter settings flag to the wired controller or unit panel for convenience of user operation and engineering maintenance. master indoor unit is successfully set. Press “▼” to switch steps 1 and 2. Project number query of IDUs in one-to-many mode: Step 3: Check whether the setting is successful. The timer area of each wired MASTER controller in the entire network displays the project number of the corresponding IDU. OK/CANCELS LEEP FANM ODE OK/CANCELS LEEP FAN MODE especially for the IDU without any LED panel because it cannot FUNCTIONT IMER SWINGO N/OFF FUNCTIONT IMER SWINGO N/OFF display its project number. the double-eight digital LED of each IDU embedded or OK/CANCELS LEEP FAN MODE connected with an LED panel displays its own project number. IDU that has the minimum project number. 5 Engineering parameter query Note: After the master IDU is successfully set. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch project numberes. Project number query of a single IDU (1). Synchronously. Press “▼” to switch to “C18”. till “P10” is displayed on the temperature area. Press the “MODE” button to enter query. Engineering application functions include: "MASTER" on the wired controller will be on. the timer area displays the Step 1: Set an IDU to power-off status. and Step 4: Press the “MODE” button to set the parameter to "01" remote controller. a). wired controller. the 3 User parameter query operation LED on the LED panel of the master IDU will blink 4 User parameter settings three times. a. Step 2: Press and hold the "MODE" button on the wired b. If the setting is successful. refer to operating instructions of the IDU. P r o j e c t n u m b e r q u e r y o f I D U s i n t h e e n t i r e communication network: Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds in power-on or GREE power-off status to enter the parameter query interface "C00". ◆◆ Press the “ON/OFF” button on any wired controller in the Method 2: network. The timer area displays the project numberes of IDUs GREE GREE from small to large. Step 1: Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five c. Press the “MODE” button to enter query. Continuously press the “MODE” button for three 65 . Master IDU Settings interface "C00". Note: It is normal if the buzzer of the IDU operated by the wired controller rings. Otherwise. Indoor unit functions cover user operation functions and Step 3: Press “▲” or “▼” to switch level 2 parameter codes engineering application functions. the double- remote controller. Project number settings of IDU seconds in power-on or power-off status to enter the parameter Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds query interface. the double-eight digital LED of the IDU embedded or connected with an LED panel displays its own project number. 2 Indoor unit project number query and settings ② . GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual II. Synchronously. to “C01”. For IDUs connected with wired controllers. The timer area of the wired controller displays the COMMISSIONING The master IDU can be set through the wired controller or project number of the current IDU. This flag is placed in the Engineering application functions can be operated through package bag of the ODU. Project number of multiple IDUs controller for more than five seconds. The purpose of ringing the buzzer is to facilitate engineering commissioning personnel to locate the IDU. FUNCTIONT IMER SWINGO N/OFF Method for quitting query: "MASTER" is on when the ◆◆ Quit the “C18” query interface. Engineering Application Functions Operated through the Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds XK46 Wired Controller in power-on or power-off status to enter the parameter query 1). "MASTER" 1 Master IDU query and settings on the wired controller connected with the master IDU will be on. and then Press the “ENTER” button. For IDUs embedded or connected with LED panels. the IDU wired controller (XK46 or XK49) or remote controller 2). For user operation functions. fittings selectable). Function Application of IDUs seconds in "C00" status to enter the parameter setting interface. If the current wired Method 1: controller works in one-to-many mode. Project number Query and Settings (YV1L1. repeat parameter query interface "C00". Synchronously. In power-off statusP ress "MODE" for five seconds b). The methods for setting the master IDU through OPERATION eight digital LED of the IDU embedded or connected with an the wired controller are as follows: LED panel displays its own project number. If it is. Master IDU Display SN Function Name ① .

adress query Indoor unit quantity query C11 1-16 Timer area: displays the number of IDUs controlled by the wired controller. the buzzer of the IDU operated by the wired controller will ring till users quit "C01" query or switch to the next IDU. Press “ ” or “ ” operation to switch the IDU SN. Press the “MODE” button to set the project number of the current IDU in the same method as above. C07 - temperature Display mode: query Temperature area: displays the project number of the current IDU. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch the COMMISSIONING IDU SN. in the system network Operation method: 00: common In “C06” status. b. User Parameter Query User parameters can be queried in power-on or power-off status. they are circularly query of IDU project C01 displayed every three seconds). Timer area: displays the preferential operation setting value of the current IDU. Prompt time C08 query for air filter 4-416: days Timer area: displays the prompt time for air filter cleaning. Preferential C06 01: operation query preferential Display mode: operation Temperature area: displays the project number of the current IDU. Operation method: Indoor In “C07” status. The temperature area displays “P00”. cleaning Wired controller C09 01. C00 - setting ingress Note: If the current HBS network consists of multiple IDUs. press the “MODE” button to enter project number query of IDU. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch IDUs. temperature query 66 . Timer area: displays the temperature value of the environment temperature sensor of the master ODU. The project number blinks in the timer area. Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu till quitting parameter query. and then Press the “ENTER” button to confirm and return to the upper-level menu. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual times. only the IDU that has the minimum project number is displayed. ◆◆ One-to-many: Press the “MODE” button to enter the IDU selection menu. a. and then press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds to enter the engineering parameter setting interface. and faulty IDU number of Timer area: displays (project number conflict C5 fault)/project number of the current IDU (project numberes are location online IDU arranged from small to large). ◆◆ Single IDU: Press the “MODE” button. press the “MODE” button to enter the indoor environment temperature query interface. Press "▼" to switch to “P42”. Press “▲” or “▼” to adjust the project number. Timer area: displays the temperature value of the indoor environment temperature sensor after replenishment. Indoor unit quantity query C03 1-80 Timer area: displays the number of IDUs in the system network. 02 Timer area: displays the adress of the current wired controller. Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ ”. in one-to-many mode Outdoor environment C12 . press the “MODE” button to enter the preferential operation query interface. 3). Display mode: OPERATION Project number 1-255: Temperature area: displays the fault of the current IDU (in the case of multiple faults. Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds to enter the user parameter query interface. Press “ environment ” or “ ” to switch the IDU SN.1 User Parameter Query List Parameter Parameter Parameter View Method Code Name Range Display mode: Parameter Timer area: displays the project number of the current IDU. Operation method: In “C01” status. The temperature area displays “C00” and “View” is on. Special operations: After users press the “MODE” button to enter project number query. The user parameter query list is as follows: Table 2. c.

C18 query in the 1-255 ③ . Fresh-air Display mode: COMMISSIONING IDU outlet C20 -9 to 99 Temperature area: displays the project number of the current IDU (1-16. “TIMER”.If the query interface is quit after 20 seconds upon timeout. settings 01: sets the current IDU to "MASTER" on the wired controller is on. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch the IDU SN.2 User Parameter Setting List Parameter Parameter Name Parameter Range Default Value Remark Code 00: does not change the master/slave status of the After the IDU connected Master IDU P10 current IDU 00 with the current wired controller is successfully set to master IDU. The wired controllers can only be operated by pressing. press the “MODE” button to enter the IDU project number query interface. Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for another five seconds to enter the wired controller parameter setting interface. "SLEEP". The temperature area displays “C00”. c. If users quit the "C18" query interface within 20 seconds.The method for cancelling the project number display on any wired controller in the network is the same as communication ②. Timer area: displays the project number of IDU (project numberes are arranged from small to large). Operation method: In “C18” status. connection 00: disabled When the infrared remote receiving function of the wired controller is P11 01 settings of wired 01: enabled disabled. Press the “MODE” button to switch to parameter value settings. Cancellation method: ① . Indoor relative Display mode: C17 20-90 humidity query Temperature area: displays the relative humidity value. By pressing the “ON/OFF” button. When two wired controllers simultaneously control one or more IDUs. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Operation method: In “C17” status. In parameter query status. If the HBS network consists of only one IDU. network Display mode: Temperature area: displays the SN of the current IDU (project numberes are arranged from small to large). a. Note: ① . Indoor unit ② . Group-controlled This value is set based on the number of connected IDUs. 4). "FAN". query Timer area: displays the fresh-air IDU outlet temperature. Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds. The slave wired P13 01 address settings 02: slave wired controller controller (address: 02) does not have the unit parameter setting function except its own address settings. User Parameter Settings User parameters can be set in power-on or power-off status. press the “ON/OFF” button in power-on or project number power-off status to cancel the project number display. Adjust the parameter value by pressing “ ” or “ ” and then press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to complete settings. Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ ” . If the HBS network consists of only one IDU. Wired controller 01: master wired controller the two wired controllers should use different addresses. press the “MODE” button to enter the fresh-air IDU temperature query interface. the project number display is cancelled. The user parameter setting list is as follows: Table 2. The parameter value blinks. and "SWING" are invalid. users can return to the main interface but not power on/off the unit. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch the IDU SN. 67 . project numberes are arranged from temperature OPERATION small to large). ② . neither the master nor slave wired controller can receive remote controller signals. the timer area directly displays the IDU relative humidity value in the “C17” interface. master IDU Infrared This setting can only be enabled through the master wired controller. press the “MODE” button to enter the indoor relative humidity query interface. Operation method: In “C20” status. 00: disabled P14 IDU quantity 01 If the current value is inconsistent with the actual number of group-controlled 01-16: number of indoor units settings IDUs. signals of the remote controller are invalid. Each IDU/wired controller in the network displays its own project number (the wired controller circularly displays project numberes of IDUs every second from small to large). b. Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu till quitting parameter settings. The temperature area displays “P00”. the timer area directly displays the fresh-air IDU outlet temperature in the "C20" interface. an “L9” fault may occur. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch the IDU SN. Timer area: displays the project number of the current IDU. In parameter query status.

“TIMER”. "SLEEP". 5). Heating setting COMMISSIONING P38 temperature in 16°C -29°C 20 automatic mode OPERATION When power supply is insufficient. and "SWING" are invalid. Engineering Parameter Query Engineering parameters can be queried in power-on or power-off status. 05. Timer area: displays the current IDU capacity/IDU capacity after adjustment.07 2. Within five seconds after “C00” is displayed. 00: standard-ceiling High-ceiling installation height P31 00 installation 01: high-ceiling installation height Timer function 00: common timing P33 00 settings 01: time-point timing Repeating validity 00: single timing P34 for time-point 00 This setting is valid only when the timer function is set to time-point timing. operation settings 01: preferential operation A fault code is displayed on the IDU that is forcibly powered off. Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ ” . GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual After identifying the IDU type. C02 - capacity query Display mode: Temperature area: displays the project number of the current IDU. Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds to enter the engineering parameter query interface. signals of the remote controller are invalid. Static pressure Type 1: 03. press the “MODE” button to enter the preferential operation query Indoor unit interface. 1. the wired controller displays nine adjustable static pressure fan 06. 04.06.1. the wired controller only displays the available static pressure levels. or remote monitoring system exceed the setting range. In the engineering parameter query interface. c. Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu till quitting parameter query. 09 levels according to the maximum control principle.04. 00: no master IDU IDU 68 . users are allowed to power on/off the Preferential 00: common operation P43 00 IDU set with preferential operation and other IDUs are forcibly powered off. ② . The engineering parameter query list is as follows: Table 2. "FAN". b. 05 pressure levels. 03. The temperature area displays “C00” and “View” is on. 3. users can return to the main interface but not power on/off the unit. 07. If the static pressure levels received by the IDU from the wired controller. 02.3 Engineering Parameter Query List Parameter Parameter Name Parameter Range View Method Code Display mode: Parameter setting Timer area: displays the project number of the current IDU. Project number 1-255: project number C04 query of master Timer area: displays the project number of the master IDU/00. Operation method: In “C02” status. Note: The two settings are still valid in remote shielding status. In parameter setting status. When the HBS network consists of IDUs with both five and nine static P30 settings for indoor Type 2: 01. The static pressure levels fall into five levels and nine levels for VRF IDUs. Accumulated time 00: not cleared P46 clearing for air 00 01: cleared filter cleaning Note: ① . the setting value of static pressure levels is determined by settings of the IDU. 01: repeated everyday timing Cooling setting P37 temperature in 17°C -30°C 25 automatic mode Cooling setting temperature – heating setting temperature ≥ 1. The wired controller only displays the static pressure levels matched with the identified IDU type. By pressing the “ON/OFF” button. users can also query user parameters listed in Table 3. 08. remote controller. only the IDU that has the minimum project number is displayed. Press “ ” or “ ” to switch the project number of IDU. a. continuously press the “MODE” button for three times in an interval less than one second to enter engineering parameter query. During power-on and synchronization. the limit value prevails.05. In parameter setting status. C00 - ingress (default) Note: If the current HBS network consists of multiple IDUs.

Press the C05 query ingress of Five historical faults “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu. COMMISSIONING When the wired controller displays the inlet-tube temperature after receiving signals from the remote controller. C16 of electronic 0-20 If the HBS network consists of only one IDU. When the wired controller displays the inlet-tube temperature after receiving signals from the remote controller. Timer area: displays the project number of the ODU. Press “ ” or “ ” to switch the project number of IDU. Timer area: displays the project number of IDU. the opening degree of electronic expansion valve of the IDU that has the minimum project number in the HBS network is displayed by default. press the “MODE” button to enter static pressure setting query of ODU. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Operation method: 1. Press “ ” or “ ” to switch the IDU SN. the timer area directly displays the tube temperature temperature value in the “C14” interface. query Operation method: In “C14” status. query for inlet- C14 -9 to 99 If the HBS network consists of only one IDU. press the “MODE” button to enter inlet-tube temperature sensor query of IDU. Press “ ” or “ ” to switch the IDU SN. Press “ ” or “ ”to switch the fault SN. Display mode: Temperature area: displays the project number of the current IDU. press the “MODE” button to enter the historical fault query interface. Static pressure 20: 20 Pa Press “ ” or “ ” to switch the ODU address. Operation method: In “C16” status. Temperature Timer area: displays the temperature value. Press “ ” or “ ” to switch the IDU SN. the timer area directly displays the opening expansion valve degree value of electronic expansion valve in the “C16” interface. Outdoor unit C13 network number 1-255 Timer area: displays the network number of the current ODU. Display mode: Opening Temperature area: displays the project number of the current IDU. C10 setting query of 50: 50 Pa Display mode: ODU 80: 80 Pa Temperature area: displays the address of the current ODU. Press “ ” or “ ” to switch the fault SN. Temperature Timer area: displays the temperature value. faults are arranged from the earliest to the latest). Operation method: 00: 0 Pa In “C10” status. the temperature is displayed in Centigrade. the temperature is displayed in Centigrade. Operation method: In “C15” status. IDU Display mode: Temperature area: displays the fault SN and fault code. of outdoor/IDU Operation method: In “n6” status. of IDU When the wired controller displays the opening degree of electronic expansion valve after receiving signals from the remote controller. In “C05” status. the timer area directly displays the temperature temperature value in the "C14" interface. press the “MODE” button to enter outlet temperature sensor query of IDU. configuration 35: 135% n2 Timer area: displays the setting value of capacity configuration ratio of the current ratio upper-limit 50: 150% outdoor/IDU. degrees query Timer area: displays the opening degree value. Press the “MODE” button to enter Historical fault fault code query of the current IDU. Display mode: Temperature area: displays the project number of the current IDU. sensor of IDU No matter Fahrenheit or Centigrade remote signals are received. the inlet-tube temperature of the IDU that has the minimum project OPERATION number in the HBS network is displayed by default. Capacity Temperature area: displays the parameter code. 69 . ODU Display mode: Temperature area: displays the fault SN and fault code from left to right (1-5. press the “MODE” button to enter fault code query of ODU (when a wired controller controls multiple IDUs. query for outlet C15 -9 to 99 If the HBS network consists of only one IDU. sensor of IDU No matter Fahrenheit or Centigrade remote signals are received. Press n6 query ingress of Five historical faults the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu. press the “MODE” button to enter electronic expansion valve opening degree query of IDU. the inlet-tube temperature of the IDU that has the minimum project number in the HBS network is displayed by default. only the faults memorized by the IDU that has the Historical fault minimum project number can be queried). Timer area: displays the static pressure setting value.

Press the “MODE” button to enter parameter query of ODU. A6 heating function nH: single-heating Timer area: displays the cooling/heating function setting value of the current unit. Parameter Parameter Name Unit Code 01 Outdoor environment temperature °C 02 Operation frequency of compressor 1 Hz 03 Operation frequency of compressor 2 Hz 04 Operation frequency of outdoor fan Hz 05 Module high-pressure °C 06 Module low-pressure °C Parameter query 01-13 07 Discharge temperature of compressor 1 °C n7 ingress of ODU 25-29 08 Discharge temperature of compressor 2 °C COMMISSIONING 09 Discharge temperature of compressor 3 °C OPERATION 10 Discharge temperature of compressor 4 °C 11 Discharge temperature of compressor 5 °C 12 Discharge temperature of compressor 6 °C 13 Operation frequency of compressor 3 Hz Outdoor unit heating EXV1 25 PLS (Actual value = Displayed value * 10) Outdoor unit heating EXV2 26 PLS (Actual value = Displayed value * 10) Subcooler EXV 27 PLS (Actual value = Displayed value * 10) 28 Defrosting temperature °C 29 Liquid-extracting temperature of subcooler °C 30 Outlet temperature of accumulator °C 31 Oil return temperature °C 32 Inlet-tube temperature of condenser °C 33 Outlet temperature of condenser °C nA: cooling/heating Unit cooling/ nC: single-cooling Temperature area: displays the parameter code. nF: air supply 70 . Timer area: displays a corresponding parameter value to the right. Press the “MODE” button to select an ODU module. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Operation method (n7 query is not supported for the slave wired controller): In “n7” status. and the second and third bits in the temperature area display the parameter code. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch the ODU module ID. the first bit in the temperature area stops blinking. the timer area is not displayed. The first bit in the temperature area (display bit of the ODU module ID) blinks. In this case. Display mode: Temperature area: displays the ODU module ID and parameter code from left to right. The timer area displays a corresponding parameter value. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch the parameter code and press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu.

The parameter value blinks. Timer area: displays -n/project number/bar code. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Operation method (nb query is not supported for the slave wired controller): In “nb” status. That is. the controller bar code of IDU. b. Controller bar It indicates the code of IDU N1r 0128 former seven bits N1r0128150067 of the bar code. ② . to display IDU the bar code. Display mode: Temperature area: displays nb/Un/Pc/bar code. users can also set user parameters listed in Table 3. In the engineering parameter setting interface. the query does not start again even if users press “▼”. press the “MODE” button in “nb” status to enter bar code query without selecting the project number of IDU. The system quits the query status if no operations are performed in 60 seconds. It indicates the Press “▼” Bar code query of 150 066 latter six bits of nb 0-9. The temperature area displays “C00”. Press “▲” or “▼” to switch the project number of IDU. Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu. In parameter query status. In parameter query status. The bar code query starts from the entire-unit bar code of IDU and ends at the controller bar code of IDU without circulation. The engineering parameter setting list is as follows: 71 . The temperature area displays “Un” and the timer area displays “-n”. c. "FAN". signals of the remote controller are invalid. By pressing the “ON/OFF” button. Press the “MODE” button to switch to parameter value settings. Continuously press the “MODE” button for three times. Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button again to return to the upper-level menu.2. a-z. Un indicates the entire-unit bar code of IDU and Pc indicates the controller bar code of IDU. “TIMER”. ④ . Engineering Parameter Settings Engineering parameters can be set in power-on or power-off status. users can return to the main interface but not power on/off the unit. A-Z. Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to the upper-level menu till quitting parameter settings. the timer area is not displayed. Note: ① . Press the “MODE” button to select an IDU. Adjust the parameter value by pressing “ ” or “ ”and then press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to complete settings. . COMMISSIONING downward It indicates that and press OPERATION the following is “▲” to display Pc -n upward. The temperature area displays “nb” and the project number in the timer area blinks. Press “▲” or “▼” to display the entire-unit bar code and controller bar code of IDU. a. "SLEEP". It indicates the 150 067 latter six bits of the bar code. Press the “MODE” button to enter bar code query. and "SWING" are invalid. ③ . Note: ① . Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ ”. The temperature area displays “P00”. Press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds. and then press and hold the “FUNCTION” button for five seconds to enter the engineering parameter setting interface. Entire-init bar It indicates the code of IDU N1r 0128 former seven bits N1r0128150066 of the bar code. The temperature area displays “nb” and the timer area displays the project number of the queried IDU. The following is an example: Temperature Example Timer Area Remark 1 Remark 2 Area It indicates that -n Un (to the the following is (in the right) the entire-unit bar middle) code of IDU. When there is only one IDU. 6). ② .

P22 -15 to +15 heating. When it is set to "01". for cooling.4 Engineering Parameter Setting List Parameter Parameter Name Parameter Range Default Value Remark Code 00: standby after power-down recovery P15 Power-down memory mode 01: restoring the original status after 00 power-down recovery 00: not cleared Historical faults of all IDUs controlled by P17 Historical fault clearing for IDU 00 01: cleared the current wired controller are cleared. Temperature Corrected value of environment sensor of unit: temperature sensor of IDU (for COMMISSIONING P21 -15 to +15 0°C. Capacity adjustment function P32 -40% to +40% 00 Press “ ” or “ ” to add or reduce by 10%. temperature Press “ ” or “ ” to add or reduce by 1°C. The temperature sensor of air return vent is used by default. Press the initial system the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to confirm operation settings and return to the upper-level menu. is memorized.2°C. temperature sensor of air return vent for ② . dehumidifying. the environment P20 03 sensor settings for IDU heating temperature sensor settings are invalid 04: temperature sensor of wired controller for a common IDU but the setting value for cooling. corrected value of warming) sensor of wired temperature sensor of unit = corrected controller: 0°C value of temperature sensor of wired controller . In automatic mode. 50: 50 seconds 60: 60 seconds In “P42” status. 00: disabled 10: 10 seconds 20: 20 seconds It indicates the number of seconds for P40 Prevention for heat collection 30: 30 seconds 00 enabling the low-level fan every 15 40: 40 seconds minutes. dehumidifying. share the same corrected value. 72 . Temperature The temperature sensor of unit and the Corrected value of environment sensor of temperature sensor of wired controller temperature sensor of IDU (for unit: -2°C. of IDU Select "01" and then press and hold the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to restore the Factory setting recovery for 00: invalid P35 00 factory settings for user functions (factory user functions 01: valid setting recovery fails if remote shielding is valid). When there are master and slave wired controllers and the temperature sensor 01: temperature sensor of air return vent of wired controller is used. and air temperature In heating mode. only the 02: temperature sensor of wired controller temperature sensor of the master wired 03: temperature sensor of air return vent controller is used by default. press the “MODE” button to enter the setting menu. fast heating. cooling. The environment temperature heating sensor settings are invalid for a fresh- air IDU. the wired controller One-key project number reset 00: invalid P45 00 initiates an IDU project number reset for IDU 01: valid command. and air sensor of wired supply) OPERATION controller: 0°C Press “ ” or “ ” to add or reduce by 1°C. and air supply. Note: Environment temperature temperature sensor of wired controller for ① . Select "01" and then press and hold the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to restore the Factory setting recovery for 00: invalid P36 00 factory status for engineering settings engineering settings 01: valid (factory setting recovery fails if remote shielding is valid). and air supply. dehumidifying. Press “ ” generated upon P42 Project number settings of IDU 1-255 or “ ” to adjust the project number. The project Automatically number blinks in the timer area. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Table 2.

OPERATION There is not linked control by default upon Linked settings for fresh-air 00: no linked control (default) factory departure. Operation method: Enter query in “P50” status and press “▲” or “▼” to set the target outlet temperature of fresh-air IDU. the fresh-air IDU can be independently controlled. After the linked control P54 IDU 01: linked control function is set. Display mode: Temperature area: displays the target COMMISSIONING outlet temperature of fresh-air IDU. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual After the default minimum opening Minimum opening degree 00: automatically controlled degree for heating breakdown is manually P48 setting for heating breakdown 1-500 modified. and "SWING" are invalid. signals of the remote controller are invalid. In parameter setting status. In parameter setting status. The default value is 22°C Target outlet temperature upon factory departure. "FAN". The default value is 18°C Target outlet temperature upon factory departure. Enter query in “A7" status. 73 . ② . users can return to the main interface but not power on/off the unit. it automatically restores to n3 Forcible defrosting 01: forcible defrosting "00". The temperature 00: no silent function area displays the function code and the A7 Silent function of ODU 01-09: intelligent nighttime silent mode 00 timer area displays the corresponding 10-12: forcible silent mode function setting value. Display mode: Temperature area: displays the target outlet temperature of fresh-air IDU. "SLEEP". By pressing the “ON/OFF” button. System conservation operation 00: comfortability preferred n0 00 settings 01: conservation preferred 40: 40 minutes n1 Defrosting period settings 50: 50 minutes 50 60: 60 minutes 00: common After settings. the opening degree remains of IDU expansion valves unchanged upon heating breakdown. Operation method: Enter query in “P51” status and press “▲” or “▼” to set the target outlet temperature of fresh-air IDU. Enter query in “n4” status. Note: ① . P50 setting for fresh-air IDU in 16-30°C Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to cooling mode confirm settings and return to the upper- level menu. The temperature 08: 80% Highest capacity output area displays the function code and the n4 09: 90% 10 limitation settings for ODU timer area displays the corresponding 10: 100% function setting value. “TIMER”. P51 setting for fresh-air IDU in 16-30°C Press the “ENTER/CANCEL” button to heating mode confirm settings and return to the upper- level menu.

XK49 Wired Controller 1). press and hold the “MODE” button fresh-air IDU. see the "IDU Function and "SWING" simultaneously for five seconds to enter the Settings" section. The following figure shows the power-on high-pressure protection fault interface. When multiple faults occur. parameter setting interface. If the setting is successful. Only the outlet temperature can be set for the Step 2: In "C00" status. power off the unit and ask for professional maintenance personnel for help. AUTO “MASTER” OK/CANCEL SLEEP FANM ODE FUNCTIONT IMER SWINGO N/OFF 74 . Failure Display (2). press and hold the Note: If the IDU connected with the current wired controller is “MODE” button and "SWING" simultaneously for five seconds to a fresh-air IDU. "MASTER" on the wired controller will be on. press and hold the “MODE” button for five seconds to set the IDU connected with the current COMMISSIONING wired controller to master IDU. Method 2: Power-on High-pressure Protection Fault Interface Step 1: In power-on or power-off status. fault codes are circularly displayed. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 7). wired controller. Step 3: Press "▲" or "▼" to switch level 2 parameter codes GREE till “P10” is displayed on the temperature area. If the setting is successful. “ ” OPERATION will be on. “FAP” is displayed on the main interface of the enter the parameter query interface. For the setting method. the XK49 Wired Controller temperature area of wired controller displays the fault code. Step 4: Press the “MODE” button to set the parameter to "01" and then Press the “ENTER” button. Engineering Application Functions Operated through the When a fault occurs during the system operation. When a fault occurs. Master IDU Settings Method 1: In power-off status.

continuously press the “MODE” button for three times to enter engineering parameter query. 5). 4). parameter value by pressing “ ” or “ ” and then Method for setting the professional remote controller: Press press the “SWING” button to complete settings. menu till quitting parameter settings. refer to the user setting query list in XK46 user " MODE " and " " simultaneously in power-off status. the function of "SWING" on the XK49 Note: In parameter settings. Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ operation functions. If " TEMP " menu till quitting parameter settings. press the “SWING” button to complete settings. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 2). refer to the engineering parameter query list in XK46 engineering parameter query. 3). refer to the "Remote Controller Operating OPERATION ”. Press and hold the “MODE” and "SWING" button simultaneously for five seconds. Note: In parameter settings. Press the “SWING” button to return to the upper-level menu till quitting parameter query. blinks for three times. Engineering Parameter Settings Engineering parameters can be set in power-on or power-off status. The temperature area status. displays “P00”. a. Engineering Parameter Query Engineering parameters can be queried in power-on or power-off status. For other user b. It is set to common type by default upon displays “C00”. refer to the user parameter query list in XK46 user controller. The temperature area displays “C00” and “VIEW” is on. d. For the engineering parameter query list of the XK49 wired controller. Adjust the displays “C00” and “ ” is on. a. b. Press the “SWING” button to return to the upper-level c. User Parameter Settings (3). The temperature area value settings. c. Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ ”. Press and hold the “MODE” button and "SWING" The YV1L1 remote controller provides all engineering simultaneously for five seconds. It can use engineering application functions to enter the wired controller user parameter setting only after being set to professional type. Note: In parameter query. engineering parameter settings. User Parameter Query button and "SWING" simultaneously for another five User parameters can be queried in power-on or power-off seconds to enter the wired controller engineering parameter setting interface. For the user parameter query list of the XK49 wired For the engineering parameter setting list of the XK49 wired controller. The parameter value blinks. Press the “SWING” button to return to the upper-level " MODE " and " " simultaneously in power-off status. Press and hold the “MODE” and "SWING" button simultaneously for five seconds to enter the engineering parameter query interface. Press the “MODE” button to switch to parameter value settings. Press the “SWING” button to return to the upper-level menu till quitting parameter query. CANCEL” on the XK46 wired controller. The temperature area application functions. the function of "SWING" on the XK49 wired controller is equivalent to the function of “ENTER/CANCEL” on the XK46 wired controller. In "C00" status. Press and hold the “MODE” button and "SWING" b. c. and then press and hold the “MODE” 75 . the function of "SWING" on the XK49 wired controller is equivalent to the function of “ENTER/ CANCEL” on the XK46 wired controller. Press and hold the “MODE” button and "SWING" simultaneously for another five seconds factory departure. Engineering Application Functions Operated through the User parameters can be set in power-on or power-off status. YV1L1 Remote Controller a. it indicates that the setting succeeds. The temperature area displays “C00”. Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ ”. refer to the engineering setting query list in XK46 parameter query. The parameter value blinks. Select a parameter code by pressing “ ” or “ simultaneously for five seconds to enter the user ”. Adjust the Instructions". it indicates that the setting succeeds. The following only interface. c. Note: In parameter query. blinks for three times. a. Continuously press the “MODE” button for three times. Press the “MODE” button to switch to parameter parameter query interface. The temperature area displays “P00”. parameter value by pressing “ ” or “ ” and then b. If " TEMP " parameter settings. COMMISSIONING describes engineering application functions. the function of "SWING" on the wired controller is equivalent to the function of “ENTER/CANCEL” XK49 wired controller is equivalent to the function of “ENTER/ on the XK46 wired controller. For the user parameter setting list of the XK49 wired Method for restoring the common remote controller: Press controller.

The methods for setting the master IDU through C13 CAN2 bus line ID query the remote controller are as follows: C14 Inlet-tube temperature query of IDU Step 1: Set an IDU to air-supply status and set the C15 Outlet temperature query of IDU temperature to 30°C. users can set user parameters and hold " " for five seconds to enter the parameter query status. Press and hold " " for five seconds to CLOCK parameter to be queried (see Table 2. If it is.5 for parameters that can enter the parameter setting status. press " CLOCK ". Otherwise. the system system automatically quits the engineering commissioning status automatically quits the engineering commissioning status if no if no valid operations are performed within 20 seconds. Capacity configuration ratio upper-limit query of outdoor n2 and IDUs Step 3: Check whether the setting is successful. the engineering commissioning status. CLOCK engineering parameters of the unit. the n4 Highest capacity output limitation query LED panel of the IDU will display "UC" for five seconds and 01 Fault 1 "MASTER" on the wired controller will be on. 3) If the timer area displays query sub-items. the After entering engineering commissioning. Master IDU Settings Temperature query for outdoor environment temperature OPERATION The master IDU can be set through the wired controller or C12 sensor remote controller. press " CLOCK ". Opening degrees query of electronic expansion valve of C16 Step 2: Continuously press “—” and “+” for three times within IDU five seconds. Parameter Query n6 query ingress of 03 Fault 3 ODU Engineering application functions cover parameter query and 04 Fault 4 parameter settings. Press " TEMP " to confirm query and return to step 2. After entering the engineering application function. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual No. repeat steps 1 and 2. change the parameter value.Table 2. it indicates b. Press " " to queried. The parameter setting method The viewing text is displayed. Parameter Settings 1) On the professional remote controller of YV1L1. d. Button name Function Table 2. 05 Fault 5 For parameter query. To directly valid operations are performed within 20 seconds. displayed and "P00" blinks in the temperature area. a. After entering parameter query. Press "TEMP " to enter parameter settings. press and For parameter settings. Press " " to switch the setting code and select a unit parameter to be set (see Table 2. 02 Fault 2 Historical fault 2).6 Setting Parameters 76 .6 for parameters that that there are level 2 query menus. Press " " to enter level 2 MODE can be set). To directly quit quit the engineering commissioning status. The query code "C00" blinks in the is as follows: temperature area. 4) Press " TEMP " to confirm query and return to step 2.5 Query Parameters Level 2 Query 1 ON/OFF Turn on or turn off the unit Query Code Query Content Query Sub-item Content 2 FAN Set fan speed C00 Invalid 3 ▲/▼ Set temperature and time C01 Project number query of the current IDU 4 MODE Set operation mode C02 Capacity query of the current IDU 5 Set quiet function C03 Indoor unit quantity query in the CAN1 network 6 Set health function and air function C04 Project number query of the master IDU 7 Set left&right swing status 01 Fault 1 02 Fault 2 8 Set up&down swing status Historical fault C05 query ingress of 03 Fault 3 9 X-FAN Set X-FAN function the current IDU 04 Fault 4 10 TIMER ON Set timer on function 05 Fault 5 11 TIMER OFF Set timer off function C06 Preferential operation query 12 SAVE Set energy-saving function Temperature query for environment temperature sensor of C07 the current IDU 13 SLEEP Set sleep function C08 Prompt time query for air filter cleaning 14 LIGHT Set light function 01 Module 1 15 CLOCK Set clock of the system Static pressure 02 Module 2 16 I FEEL Set I FEEL function C10 setting query of ODU 03 Module 3 Switch temperature displaying type on 17 TEMP 04 Module 4 the unit’s display COMMISSIONING C11 Indoor unit quantity query in one-to-many control mode 1). The setting text is be queried). The parameter query method A7 Outdoor silent mode is as follows: 3). query menu selection. Press c. The content blinks in the timer area. switch the query code 2) Press " " to switch the query code and select a unit to "C00". The current " " to switch query sub-items and select a level 2 menu to be parameter value blinks in the timer area. users can query user parameters and A6 Unit cooling/heating function engineering parameters of the unit.

The accumulated operating time is added by 100 hours when the second digit is increased by "1".08. If the second digit is "0". If the second digit is "0". temperature sensor of wired controller for heating 04: temperature sensor of wired controller for cooling. and air supply. The two digits are described as follows: ① . dehumidifying. it indicates that the accumulated operating time is 5500 hours. dehumidifying. Slight pollution: The first digit is "1". 00: comfortability preferred n0 System conservation operation settings 01: conservation preferred 40: 40 minutes n1 Defrosting period settings 50: 50 minutes 60: 60 minutes 00: no defrosting n3 Forcible defrosting 01: forcible defrosting 00: no silent function A7 Silent function of ODU 01-09: intelligent nighttime silent mode 10-12: forcible silent mode 08: highest energy consumption limitation being 80% n4 Highest capacity output limitation settings 09: highest energy consumption limitation being 90% 10: no conservation limitation 77 .09 00: standard-ceiling installation height P31 High-ceiling installation settings 01: high-ceiling installation height P32 Capacity adjustment function of IDU -40% to +40% 00: invalid P34 Repeating validity for time-point timing 01: valid 00: invalid P35 Factory setting recovery for user functions 01: factory setting recovery COMMISSIONING 00: invalid P36 Factory setting recovery for engineering settings OPERATION 01: factory setting recovery 00: disabled 10: 10 seconds 20: 20 seconds P40 Prevention for heat collection 30: 30 seconds 40: 40 seconds 50: 50 seconds 60: 60 seconds P42 Project number settings of IDU 1-255 00: no preferential operation P43 Preferential operation settings 01: preferential operation 00: not displayed P44 One-key project number setting query for IDU 01: displayed 00: invalid P45 One-key project number reset for IDU 01: project number reset 00: not cleared P46 Accumulated time clearing for air filter cleaning 01: cleared 00: no cleaning prompt settings 10-39: The first digit indicates the pollution degree of the using place and the second digit indicates the accumulated operating time of IDU. it indicates that the accumulated operating time is 100 hours. Heavy pollution: The first digit is "3". the accumulated operating time is 10000 hours.02.04. the accumulated operating time is 1000 hours.07 P30 Static pressure settings for indoor fan Type 2: 01. dehumidifying. The accumulated operating time is added by 400 hours when the second digit is increased by "1". the accumulated operating time is 5000 hours.05. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Setting Code Setting Content Setting Value P00 Invalid 00: not changing the current settings P10 Master IDU settings 01: setting the corresponding IDU to master IDU 001-255: setting the IDU corresponding to *** to master IDU 00: standby after power-down recovery P15 Power-down memory mode settings 01: restoring the original status after power-down recovery 00: not cleared P17 Historical fault clearing 01: cleared 01: temperature sensor of air return vent 02: temperature sensor of wired controller 03: temperature sensor of air return vent for cooling. When the second digit is “9”. and air P20 Indoor environment temperature value supply. The accumulated operating time is added by 500 hours when the second digit is increased by "1”. it indicates that the accumulated operating time is 1400 hours. and air supply) Corrected value settings of environment temperature sensor of P22 -15 to 15 IDU (for heating) Type 1: 03. P47 Prompt settings for air filter cleaning ② . ③ . When the second digit is "9".06.07. If the second digit is "0".04. temperature sensor of air return vent for heating and automatic mode Corrected value settings of environment temperature sensor of P21 -15 to 15 IDU (for cooling.06. Medium pollution: The first digit is "2".05. When the second digit is "9".03.

Button name and function introduction (outside) commissioning is mandatory after engineering installation. Required Tools for Engineering Commissioning of GREE VRF 4 COOL Set cooling function Inner hexagon spanner Digital thermometer 5 HEAT Set heating function Shifting spanner Noise meter 6 SWING Set swing status Cross screwdriver Clamp meter 7 TURBO Set turbo function Straight screwdriver Digital multimeter b. refer to the "Remote Controller Operating power supply and forcibly power it on during commissioning Instructions". It is forbidden to directly connect the compressor with operation functions. and commissioning operation for three times. and maintenance. refer to respective instructions. the unit cannot properly run. commissioning data record tables. 1 ON/OFF Turn on or turn off the unit II. Button name Function qualified unit can be delivered for use.) installation and commissioning of units: pre-commissioning Perform settings by pressing “▲” and “▼” in air supply mode: ① . Due to the requirements on engineering OPERATION design/installation complexity and high-precise system control. Necessity of VRF Engineering Commissioning Different form ordinary air conditioning units. indicator panel of the remote controller for five seconds and 78 . ⑥ . Press “▼” and then “▲” in five seconds. Parameters of the ODU and IDU on the unit’s display can be simultaneously disp. ⑤ . Engineering commissioning operations must be remote controller is as follows: performed on the GMV5 serial unit. An IDU must be set to master IDU and only one can be set during commissioning. ④ . I. See attached tables for file formats. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 4). scheme determination meeting minutes. Commissioning Files (For details about the above figures. Repeat this record tables. Set the temperature to 30°C. The other is to perform commissioning on a PC Switch temperature displaying type 7 TEMP through professional software. (For details about these 9 CLOCK Set clock of the system methods. Engineering Application Functions Operated through the “MASTER” is displayed on the wired controller. Otherwise. Required Files and Tools for Engineering 2 FAN Set fan speed Commissioning 3 ▲/▼ Set temperature and time 1. “UC” is displayed on the receiving reports. the VRF system raises high design requirements and easily incurs operation-affected factors such as impurities and water during COMMISSIONING engineering installation.) 10 SLEEP Set sleep function 2. YAD1F Remote Controller Part 3 Commissioning Process The YAD1F remote controller only provides engineering Note: application functions for setting the master IDU. commissioning personnel ② . Button name and function introduction (inside) Vacuum pump Electricity meter No. 8 HEALTH Set health function ayed with the second method. refer to the instructions The following commissioning files are required to record 66174100016. Before commissioning is completed. One is to perform commissioning by pressing buttons on the main 6 X-FAN Set X-FAN function board of ODU. Only a No. For other user ① . a. commissioning system appearance check record tables. Button name Function Electronic balance Timer 1 MODE Set operation mode System high and low pressure 2 TIMER ON Set timer on function gauges for corresponding Step ladder refrigerants 3 TIMER OFF Set timer off function Wind-speed transmitter 4 LIGHT Set light function 5 I FEEL Set I FEEL function The GMV5 VRF provides two commissioning methods. The method for setting the master IDU through the YAD1F ② . After successful settings. Other functions can use the factory settings if there are not special engineering requirements. the main board of ODU displays "module address 0F A0" and that of IDU displays “A0”. ③ . A module must be set to master module and only one can be set during commissioning.

make sure that the stop valve records should be made. Check the installation appearance of power cables. this test. Check conditioning unit must be relocated or relevant measures must be whether there is any refrigerator oil leakage around the valve.1 Overall Commissioning Plan Before commissioning. (1). frequency drives. high pressure and low pressure of the system should All commissioning participants must take part in professional be in balance status. Prevent acidic or alkaline gas/liquid from rusting cables of leak detectors. Check whether power cables of indoor and ODUs are 79 . nor reside near the equipment generating high 2. whether refrigerant Detection Valve pipes and condensing drainage pipes are thermal insulated. In the case of serious influence. the air conditioning unit may fail to properly work due to interference. Otherwise. 28°C and the low pressure value is 27°C. If confirming that leakage exists. records should be made for providing (1). indoor environment temperature is 28°C. (3). immediately the air conditioning unit. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual III. If any pipe is exposed. Check system refrigerants before startup. and required labors and materials. If there is. the high pressure value will be over-higher (2). an immediate amendment is power supply system with the equipment containing variable- required to avoid serious loss. this case. (2).2 Refrigerating System Check electromagnetic interference. (1). and the difference between the saturation training courses before unit commissioning. and an analysis basis during refrigerating system testing. The difference between 2. Check for high electromagnetic interference. Step 2: Pre-commissioning Check the outdoor environment temperature and either pressure value is less than 5°C. Make sure that all required files and parameter records connected with the system show that the high pressure value is are prepared. taken. 2. and then read their values. In personnel and installation personnel. environment of unit and electromagnetic radiant components. dusts. with outdoor and 2. For any installation incompliance. Make sure that the following tools or instruments are Note: Guarantee that the system has never been started before prepared before commissioning. The professional aftersales commissioning software OPERATION Example: provided by GREE should be used for commissioning of GREE The outdoor environment temperature is 30°C and the VRF system. Before the system is started. acidic or alkaline gas in the unit environment. The pressure gauges (4). The air conditioning unit can neither share the same be exposed. High Pressure All requirements should comply with national and local electrical Gauge LowPressure standards. the air of each module reaches the maximum opening degree. possible influence factors in leakage? Oil achieving the commissioning progress. overall workload of engineering commissioning.3 Electrical System Check indoor disperse pipes leaning in the required scope. temperatures is taken as environment temperature) should not be 1. immediately check for leakage with soap bubbles or 2). If this case exists. commissioning.2 Composition of Commissioning Members of ODU with a high pressure gauge and the air-tube valve of Commissioning members comprise aftersales commissioning ODU with a low pressure gauge. records should be Gauge made for providing an analysis basis during refrigerating system testing. Engineering Commissioning Procedures Does the stop valve of 1. Refrigerant pipes and condensing drainage pipes should not 1). stop commissioning and solve the problem before continuing (2). Otherwise. it is required to check the ODU for leakage. For any installation incompliance. Step 1: Pre-commissioning Preparations outdoor unit reach the maximum opening degree? 1. It indicates that the system standby pressure is Installation environment check covers the heat exchange normal. If the difference is larger than 5°C. be over-lower than the environment temperature. All participants can temperature corresponding to the balanced pressure value and be grouped as required and each group should include at least the environment temperature (the higher in outdoor and indoor professional commissioning personnel and assistants.3 Preparations of Commissioning Tools and Instruments larger than 5°C. and whether Refrigerant pipes should be tidily installed. Before commissioning. the person-in-charge should learn about the overall engineering progress plan. Make sure that the commissioning software is correct than the environment temperature or the low pressure value will COMMISSIONING before commissioning.1 Installation Appearance Check Installation appearance check covers whether pipeline Oil Detection Valve Low-pressure installation complies with specifications. connect the liquid-tube valve 1.

fuse links. Check air switches and fuse links for their models and other between outdoor unit modules? using methods. Commercial air conditioning units must be installed with Are DIP switches of the master outdoor independent air switches. Does the difference of level between IDUs and 6 2). Communication cables cannot be laid out in the same current of air switches should be larger than or equal to the load trough as power cables.6 Spot Check check whether any component or cable is loose or drops by hand. unit correctly set? Reasonable models and using methods should be selected for air switches and fuse links. The persistent current rating allowed by the conductor. L2. measure the grounded Does the difference of level between IDUs 7 voltage value of N-bit on the power patch panel and comply with unit design requirements? the voltage value between every two of L1. Check components in the electric box. Check the power capacity required for the unit. Observe the code displayed on the digital LED of the corresponding pipe diameter increased? main board AP1. After powering on the unit. and tightened once more SN Spot Check Item Qualified after two months of normal operation. 1). the code again. and less than or equal to the independently laid out in hard fire-resistant PVC tubes. the power capacity should not be less than the maximum power of the unit. The air conditioning unit works at a current much larger than 2. power cable terminals of the patch panel Spot Check for GMV5 Commissioning and cable terminals connected with connectors must be tightened with a sleeve spanner or screwdriver. is the b. In the case of unit power-off. Auxiliary contacts of 1 Is the engineering design diagram complete? AC connectors cannot be removed because they have been Does the construction comply with the design debugged upon factory departure. Power on the unit and observe (3). wire exposure is not allowed on any connection phases among L1. visually check whether any 2. 11 disperse pipe larger than 90 m? If yes. Do main boards correctly communicate with each (4). external power cable. 2. the rated (2). 80 . fuses must be replaced after a protection action. and L3 bits on one end of the part of power cables. Therefore. with each other? d. and L3 8 Is an oil loop installed on the riser every 10 m? bits. Fuse links only work for short-circuit protection. electric wires should be larger than 20 cm. The 30%? fluctuation range of voltage should be within ±10%. The fault code “U3” should disappear. In general. and similar protectors. Select air switch models according to the power cable diameter and air switch specifications. Power off the unit and exchange any two of patch panels. Communication cables should be current calculated based on the line. Power consistency check: Measure the power supply 3 refrigerating system within 50%-135%? to be connected with the air conditioning unit for its voltage. If the measurement result does not match the above- 10 Is the total length of pipes less than 1000 m? mentioned normal value. COMMISSIONING They provide a large breaking current and act slowly. Air switches work for overload and short-circuit communicate with the indoor unit? protection. Is the rated capacity of the IDU/ODU of a single 1). Is the number of connected IDUs in a single frequency. Does the indoor unit correctly communicate with the wired controller? 2). The power grid provides unstable voltages again before commissioning: and the line power factor decreases. The advantage of air switches is that they Are indoor units correctly connected can be manually reset after a protection action. L2. Check the input power. 2 diagram? (6). If the fault code “U3” is displayed. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual installed according to vendor requirements and whether cable it indicates that the phase sequence of the external connectors are reliably connected.5 Installation and Master of Commissioning Software component in the electric box drops during transportation. Specifications of the power supply should be consistent Is the access capacity of a fresh-air unit within 5 with power specifications displayed on the unit nameplate. three-phase voltage unbalance factor. L2. Air switches provide a less breaking current than fuse links and air switches react more slowly than fuse links. In general. the voltage between N-bit and L1/L2/ L3-bit should approach 220 V and the voltage between Are long pipes of IDUs and ODUs less than or 9 every two of L1. Phase sequence check: ODUs comply with unit design requirements? a. Remarks: Does the master outdoor unit correctly c. OPERATION However. and frequency 4 refrigerating system within 80? offset. For a large-scale unit. check whether the external power cable is inversely connected between the N wire Is the spacing between the ODU and the first and one of L wires.4 Communication System Check the rated current (the working current changes in a large scope in (1). The following communication contents must be checked different conditions). Except the connection part power cable connected with the air conditioning unit is incorrect. Then. parallel spacing between communication cables and strong (5). and L3 bits should approach 380 equal to 165 m? V.

27 pipe of IDU? (3). requirements? Do the circuit breaker and leakage switch 16 comply with unit design requirements? Is the spacing between the power cable and 17 the TV set larger than 1 m? Do communication cable materials comply with 18 unit design requirements? Are all communication cables of IDUs and 19 ODUs serially connected? Has the compressor been Is the last-communicating IDU installed with a preheated for more than 20 eight hours? communication-matched resistance? 21 What is the load of the selected IDU model? Is the foundation of ODU firm? Do shock 22 absorption and water drainage comply with requirements? Are basic modules installed on the same 23 horizontal line? Does the drainage pipe of IDU retain a 1/100 (2). Commissioning 14 Are disperse pipes horizontal or vertical? can be started only when preheating is normal. When unit commissioning is started. Before commissioning. During commissioning. Is "MASTER" stuck to the wired controller or 30 panel of the master IDU? Does appending refrigerants to the system 31 comply with requirements? Does the ODU run with static pressure? Has a 32 static pressure value been set? Has the ODU been preheated for more than 33 eight hours before commissioning? (5). Step 3: Commissioning Operation Is the spacing between the IDU and the nearest 12 disperse pipe larger than 10 m? If yes. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 3. Commissioning must be 15 IDUs and ODUs comply with unit design performed or guided by professional personnel. 26 Is the drainage of IDU smooth? Heating mode when the outdoor environment temperature is Does a U-shaped trap exist in the drainage lower than 20°C. chamber installed for air return? (4). 81 . make sure that the unit Does the wall thickness of copper tubes meet 13 compressor has been preheated for more than eight hours and design requirements? check whether preheating is normal by touching. Does the diameter of cables connected with the compressor may be damaged. is the corresponding pipe diameter increased? 3. make sure again MAINTENANCE Are the air outlet and air return vent of IDU that stop valves of all basic modules of the ODU have been 28 connected with soft connectors? Is a plenum completely opened.1 Precautions (1). the system 24 ratio of slope? automatically selects an operation mode according to the Is the raised height of drainage pipe of IDU less environment temperature: 25 than 85 cm? Cooling mode when the outdoor environment temperature is higher than 20°C. Otherwise. Before starting commissioning. the front panel of ODU must be Is the water pipe of IDU installed with an air completely covered. Before starting commissioning. commissioning accuracy may be 29 exhaust vent? affected (as shown in the following figure). Otherwise. make sure that appending refrigerants to pipes has finished completely or for more than 70%.

The system detects that no IDU db On 07 On OC On component fails and automatically enters the next step. db On 07 On Corresponding fault On For example. Corresponding fault The system detects component failure of db On 06 On On 06_Internal code ODU. and "d5" (two seconds later). which db On 04 On 01-80 Blinking 04_Indoor unit should be manually confirmed. db On 01 On CC On and a master unit should be set. The corresponding fault XXXX/ code is displayed after three seconds. 03_Basic module db On 03 On 01-04 Blinking which should be manually confirmed. The system detects component failure of IDU. The system successfully sets a master db On 01 On OC On unit and automatically enters the next step. db On 02 On Ad Blinking The system is assigning addresses. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 6) The following table describes progress display of each phase during commissioning: Progress Description for Commissioning Phases —— Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Display Display Display Code Code Code Status Status Status The system is in non-commissioning db On 01 On A0 On status. There is not any master IDU. The system detects communication db On 05 On C2 On failure between master unit and inverter compressor driver. OPERATION LED3 displays the module quantity. LED3 will circularly display "01". preheating The system detects that the compressor confirmation preheating period is more than eight db On 08 On OC On hours and automatically enters the next step. if a d5 fault occurs on IDU 07_Component code 100. The system completes detection and db On 05 On OC On automatically enters the next step. and a master unit should be set again. component detection The system detects that no ODU for basic modules db On 06 On OC On component fails and automatically enters the next step. The system detects communication 05_Internal db On 05 On C3 On failure between master unit and inverter communication fan driver. detection for basic The rated capacity ratio is over-high db On 05 On CH On modules between IDUs and ODUs. 01_Master unit The system sets more than two master setting detection db On 01 On CF On units. the system will automatically set one. The rated capacity ratio is over-low db On 05 On CL On between IDUs and ODUs. and a master IDU should be set through the 02_Unit address db On 02 On L7 Blinking commissioning software. quantity confirmation The system confirms the IDU quantity db On 04 On OC On and automatically enters the next step. detection for IDU "00" (two seconds later). The system gives a prompt if the db On 08 On U0 On compressor preheating period is less 08_Compressor than eight hours. 82 . The system successfully assigns db On 02 On OC On addresses and automatically enters the COMMISSIONING next step. If no master assignment IDU is set within one minute. The system does not set any master unit. "XXXX" indicates the project number of the faulty IDU. quantity confirmation for ODU The system confirms the module quantity db On 03 On OC On and automatically enters the next step. LED3 displays the IDU quantity.

LED3 will circularly display "01". LED3 will circularly display "01". 13_ —— —— —— —— —— —— No meaning. The fault code "U8" is displayed after three seconds. The system detects pipe failure of IDU. 10_Pre-startup Outdoor unit valves have not been db On 10 On U6 On ODU valve status completely opened. commissioning The unit is set to manually-calculated startup confirmation db On 12 On AE On refrigerant perfusion commissioning operation status. A fault occurs on other modules during 15_Cooling db On 15 On J0 On the cooling-mode commissioning operation by manual operation. and "U8" (two seconds later). GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual The system detects insufficient db On 09 On U4 On refrigerants and stops to balance the 09_Pre-startup pressure lower than 0. the system does not detect the communication status between the wired controller and IDU. For db On 15 On XXXX/U8 On example. A fault occurs on other modules during 16_Heating db On 16 On J0 On the heating-mode commissioning operation by manual operation. perfusion db On 15 On U9 On A fault occurs on ODU pipes or valves. The system detects pipe failure of IDU. The system is in cooling-mode commissioning operation (the system db On 15 On AC On automatically selects the commissioning COMMISSIONING operation mode without needing manual settings). The system is in heating-mode commissioning operation (the system db On 16 On AH On automatically selects the commissioning operation mode without needing manual settings). Note: In commissioning status. "XXXX" indicates the project number of the faulty IDU. The refrigerant perfusion status 11_Manually is manually calculated (appended calculated refrigerant db On 11 On AE On refrigerants must be accurately perfusion status calculated). LED1 displays the 01-04 On OF On OF On completion status module address.3 MPa. and "U8" (two seconds later). The unit has completed commissioning 17_Commissioning and in standby status. OPERATION Corresponding fault A fault occurs on the cooling-mode db On 15 On On code commissioning operation. LED2 and LED3 display "OF". db On 10 On ON On Outdoor unit valves are being opened. if a U8 fault occurs on IDU 100. For db On 16 On XXXX/U8 On example. The fault code "U8" is displayed after three seconds. 14_ —— —— —— —— —— —— No meaning. refrigerant detection The system detects that refrigerants are db On 09 On OC On normal and automatically enters the next step. The system waits for a unit db On 12 On AP Blinking 12_Unit commissioning startup command. detection Outdoor unit valves have been properly db On 10 On OC On opened. "00" (two seconds later). In this mode. "00" (two seconds later). Corresponding fault A fault occurs on the heating-mode db On 16 On On code commissioning operation. press and hold "SW3" and "SW4" simultaneously for more than five seconds to enter the no-wired- controller commissioning mode. 83 . perfusion db On 16 On U9 On A fault occurs on ODU pipes or valves. if a U8 fault occurs on IDU 100. "XXXX" indicates the project number of the faulty IDU.

users need to manually confirm the number of outdoor modules. press and hold "SW7" for Progress Display Display Display more than five seconds to enter unit commissioning. For details about According to the above fault symptoms. If there are not static pressure Setting DIP Switch (SA8_MASTER-S)" section. The system successfully sets a master db On 01 On OC On unit and automatically enters the Step 2: In power-off status of ODU. see the "Master Unit Setting DIP Switch (SA8_MASTER-S)" section. Then enter unit requirements. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 3. Users can set the master retain the factory settings. On the master unit. (For details about these methods. it indicates that the unit is in non- master IDU. LED1 LED2 LED3 Step 4: If centralized control is required. For details following faults are displayed in step 02: about the setting method. set the ODU to a next step. corresponding static pressure mode according to static pressure design requirements for outdoor engineering. The Exception 1: If the master unit is incorrectly set in step 01. commissioning again.1 Commissioning Through the Main Board of ODU Display Display Display Code Code Code Status Status Status When unit commissioning is performed through the The system main board of ODU. set the centralized Function Display Current Display Current Display control address in power-off status of ODU. IDU through the commissioning software. the main board provides the following does not set commissioning operation functions: any master Step 1: Completely cover the front panel of ODU and open db On 01 On CC On unit. set the master the setting method. MAINTENANCE Step 3: In power-off status of ODU. refer to respective instructions. Parameters of the ODU and IDU can be simultaneously displayed and historical data can be stored and queried with Commissioning Progress Code Status Code Code the second method. If centralized control is not required. The system sets more 01_ than two Master db On 01 On CF On master units. and a master unit commissioning windows of all basic modules. retain the factory settings. the system will automatically set a of each IDU displays “A0”. The main board of each module is displayed as follows: Commissioning Progress Code Status Code LED3 Code Step 6: Find the module with its address being “01”. all buttons are invalid.2. In this case. Remove unit and a master settings unit should be set again. Code Code Code Status Status Status 03_Module Module quantity db On 03 On Blinking quantity confirmation SW7 84 . wired controller. Then the system automatically enters the next step. should be set. One commissioning steps 01 and 02. If LED3 displays “A0” commissioning remote controller within one minute. commissioning status. which LED1 LED2 LED3 is the master unit. see the "Outdoor Fan Static Pressure Setting unit again by referring to the setting method in the "Master Unit DIP Switch (SA6_ESP_S)" section. is to perform commissioning through the main board of ODU. other is to perform commissioning on a PC through professional the following faults are displayed in step 01: software. For details about the Code Mode Progress Mode Status Mode setting method. Step 7: When the unit runs to step 03. the to master unit and other modules to sub-modules.) LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress 3.2 Commissioning Operation Mode Step 7: Wait for the unit to automatically operate The GMV5 VRF provides two commissioning methods. set one module of ODU Exception 2: If no master IDU is detected in step 02. If no master on main boards of all modules of ODU and the wired controller IDU is set within one minute. or Step 5: Power on all outdoor and IDUs. see the "Centralized Control Address DIP Switch db On 02 On L7 Blinking (SA2_Addr-CC)" section.

Then perform commissioning again. detects that 06_ no ODU Component component db On 06 On OC On detection for fails and ODU automatically enters the next step. the system may improperly run. users need to db On 05 On C2 On master unit manually confirm the number of indoor modules. The main board is displayed as follows and the unit Progress Display Display Display automatically enters commissioning step 04. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual If the displayed quantity is consistent with the number of Commissioning Progress Code Status Code actually connected modules. Code Code Code Status Status Status If an exception is detected. Status Status Status Step 10: Unit commissioning step 06 is component detection 04_Indoor unit quantity db On 04 On OC On for ODU. Commissioning the system may improperly run. Progress Code Status Code Code Step 9: Unit commissioning step 05 is internal LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning communication detection. press "SW7" on the master unit Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning to confirm. 04_Indoor Number of unit quantity db On 04 On connected Blinking The rated confirmation IDUs capacity ratio is over-high db On 05 On CH On between If the displayed quantity is consistent with the number of MAINTENANCE indoor and actually connected modules. LED1 LED2 LED3 Progress For details about the above troubleshooting method. the main board is displayed as follows and the unit automatically enters the next commissioning Note: It is very important to correctly confirm the number of IDUs. press "SW7" on the master unit ODUs. the unit retains the current status 03_Module and waits for manual troubleshooting. Corresponding faults quantity db On 03 On OC On confirmation include: Commissioning If the displayed quantity is inconsistent with the number Progress Code Status Code Code of actually connected modules. If the confirmed quantity is inconsistent with the actual quantity. capacity ratio is over- db On 05 On CL On low between Commissioning indoor and Progress Code Status Code Code ODUs. communication failure between Step 8: When the unit runs to step 04. Code Code Code Status Status Status Note: It is very important to correctly confirm the number of The system ODUs. The main board and inverter of each module is displayed as follows: compressor driver. Code Code Code Status Status Status The system Commissioning completes Progress Code Status Code 05_Internal Code detection and communication db On 05 On OC On automatically LED1 LED2 LED3 detection enters the next Progress Display Display Display step. confirmation If no exception is detected. Progress Display Display Display If no exception is detected. 85 . the main board is displayed as Code Code Code Status Status Status follows and the unit automatically enters the next commissioning The system step. to confirm. The main board is displayed as follows and the unit The rated automatically enters the next commissioning step. Commissioning Progress Code Status Code The system Code detects LED1 LED2 LED3 communication db On 05 On C3 On failure between Progress Display Display Display 05_Internal master unit and Code Code Code communication inverter fan Status Status Status detection driver. step. refer to Display Display Display Code Code Code the "Troubleshooting Method" part. check whether communication LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning cables are correctly connected between modules in power-off Progress Display Display Display status. If the confirmed quantity is inconsistent with the actual detects quantity.

and "d5" (two seconds later). Step 11: Unit commissioning step 07 is component detection for IDU. "00" (two seconds later). GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual If an exception is detected. ODU For details about the above troubleshooting method. For example. If it is detected that the compressor preheating period is more than eight hours. In this case. LED3 will circularly display "01". the unit retains the current status and waits for manual troubleshooting. Corresponding faults include: Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 07_ XXXX/Corres- Component The system detects component failure of db On 07 On ponding fault On detection for IDU. the main board is displayed as follows and the unit automatically enters the next commissioning step. Corresponding faults include: Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 06_ Component Corres-ponding The system detects component failure of db On 06 On On detection for fault code ODU. If it is detected that the compressor preheating period is less than eight hours. Step 12: Unit commissioning step 08 is compressor preheating confirmation. refer to the "Troubleshooting Method" part. press "SW7" to skip the waiting time and automatically enter the next commissioning step. code IDU "XXXX" indicates the project number of the faulty IDU. If the refrigerant volume meets the system startup requirements. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 07_ Component The system detects that no IDU component fails db On 07 On OC On detection for and automatically enters the next step. an exception is prompted and the main board is displayed as follows. MAINTENANCE For details about the above troubleshooting method. refer to the "Troubleshooting Method" part. If no exception is detected. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 08_ Compressor The system gives a prompt if the compressor db On 08 On U0 On preheating preheating period is less than eight hours. the main board is displayed as follows and the unit automatically enters the next commissioning step. the compressor may be damaged if it is forcibly started. However. The corresponding fault code is displayed after three seconds. if a d5 fault occurs on IDU 100. the main board is displayed as follows and the unit automatically enters the next step. confirmation Step 13: Unit commissioning step 09 is pre-startup refrigerant confirmation. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 08_ The system detects Compressor that the compressor preheating period is more db On 08 On OC On preheating than eight hours and automatically enters the confirmation next step. IDU If an exception is detected. the unit retains the current status and waits for manual troubleshooting. 86 .

check for leakage or append refrigerants till the exception disappears. To avoid enabling the unit before all preparations are completed. In this case. "U4 lack of refrigerant protection" is prompted and the main board is displayed as follows. If it is detected that the unit valve status is normal. it is required to confirm again whether to enable the unit. press "SW7" to enter the next commissioning step. If the master unit is displayed as follows. If the master unit is displayed as follows. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 09_Pre-startup The system detects insufficient refrigerants refrigerant db On 09 On U4 On and stops to balance the pressure lower than detection 0. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 10_Pre- startup ODU db On 10 On ON On Outdoor unit valves are being opened. it indicates that the unit is being enabled. detection If no refrigerant exists in the system or the refrigerant volume does not meet the system startup requirements. Without operations. the main board is displayed as follows and the unit automatically enters the next commissioning step. Step 14: Unit commissioning step 10 is pre-startup ODU valve status detection. detection Step 15: Unit commissioning step 11 is manually calculated refrigerant perfusion status. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 12_Unit commissioning The system waits for a unit commissioning db On 12 On AP Blinking startup startup command. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 10_Pre- MAINTENANCE startup ODU It is required to check again whether the ODU db On 10 On U6 On valve status valves are completely opened. detection After confirming that all valves are completely opened. valve status detection If the master unit is displayed as follows. The unit cannot enter the next commissioning step. the system gives a function prompt and automatically enters the next step. Step 16: Unit commissioning step 12 is unit commissioning startup confirmation. it indicates that the unit is waiting for enabling confirmation.3 MPa. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 09_Pre-startup The system detects that refrigerants are refrigerant db On 09 On 0C On normal and automatically enters the next step. confirmation 87 . Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 10_Pre- startup ODU Outdoor unit valves have been properly db On 10 On OC On valve status opened. it is required to check again whether the ODU valves are completely opened.

If the system selects the cooling mode. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual If it is confirmed to enable the unit. the main board is displayed as follows: Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code MAINTENANCE LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status The system is in heating-mode commissioning operation (the system automatically selects db On 16 On AH On the commissioning operation mode without needing manual settings). "XXXX" indicates the project number of the faulty IDU. "XXXX" indicates the project number of the faulty IDU. Step 18: If no exception occurs when the unit continuously operates for 40 minutes. and "U8" (two seconds later). Corresponding A fault occurs on the heating-mode db On 16 On On fault code commissioning operation. B. LED3 will circularly display "01". the system automatically confirms commissioning completion. The system detects pipe failure of IDU. stops the entire unit. A fault occurs on other modules during the 16_Heating db On 16 On J0 On heating-mode commissioning operation. For example. press "SW7". commissioning operation db On 15 On U9 On A fault occurs on ODU pipes. if a U8 fault occurs on IDU 100. For example. A fault occurs on other modules during the 15_Cooling db On 15 On J0 On cooling-mode commissioning operation. and "U8" (two seconds later). and restores the standby status. confirmation Step 17: After unit startup confirmation. If the system selects the heating mode. Corresponding fault A fault occurs on the cooling-mode db On 15 On On code commissioning operation. The main board is displayed as follows and the unit automatically enters the next commissioning step. The main board is displayed as follows: Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 17_ The unit has completed commissioning and Commissioning 01~04 On OF On OF On in standby status. Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status 12_Unit commissioning The unit is set to manually-calculated db On 12 On AE On startup refrigerant perfusion commissioning status. status 88 . the main board is displayed as follows: Commissioning Code Progress Code Status Code LED1 LED2 LED3 Meaning Progress Code Display Status Code Display Status Code Display Status The system is in cooling-mode commissioning operation (the system automatically selects db On 15 On AC On the commissioning operation mode without needing manual settings). commissioning operation db On 16 On U9 On A fault occurs on ODU pipes. LED1 displays the module completion address. "00" (two seconds later). LED2 and LED3 display "OF". The fault code "U8" is displayed db On 15 On XXXX/U8 On after three seconds. The system detects pipe failure of IDU. the system automatically selects the cooling or heating mode according to the environment temperature. LED3 will circularly display "01". "00" (two seconds later). if a U8 fault occurs on IDU 100. The fault code "U8" is displayed db On 16 On XXXX/U8 On after three seconds. A.

set unit Click "Start" to enter the commissioning function and the functions according to the actual engineering requirements software automatically performs commissioning.". a manual confirmation Step 4: In power-off status of ODU. not special requirements. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual Step 19: After unit commissioning is completed. set one module of ODU is required for entering the next commissioning step." and "4 Confirm IDU status. LED3 MAINTENANCE Step 6: Switch the commissioning software to the commissioning control interface. The unit will automatically operate the commissioning modules listed in this interface from top to bottom and from left to right. see the " to display relevant information detected on this phase. " " indicates on functions. the preheating period is displayed in “8 Compr. which "Master Unit Setting DIP Switch (SA8_MASTER-S)" section. For details about the setting method. see the "GREE Central Air Conditioning Commissioning Software" section). Skip this step if there are indicates that commissioning is passed on the phase. For the phase with "OK" displayed. Note: The commissioning function only applies to the single- system network. Click " to master unit. Step 3: In power-off status of ODU. Click "Close" to close the Step 5: Power on all outdoor and IDUs. Step 2: Completely cover the front panel of ODU. Preheat Confirmation"). In this case. For details about the setting method. provides references for selection. Click "Debug" to switch to the engineering commissioning interface. all information (the number of commissioning units is displayed modules of ODU display that the unit is in non-commissioning in "3 Confirm ODU Basic Module NO. set the ODU to a corresponding static pressure mode according to static pressure design requirements for outdoor engineering. refer to the that commissioning is being performed on the phase and " " "System Function Setting Method" part. For details about the setting method. 3. NO.2 Commissioning Through the Commissioning Software Step 1: Install commissioning software to the computer and connect monitoring communication cables (for details about the operation method. see the "Outdoor Fan Static Pressure Setting DIP Switch (SA6_ESP_S)" section. Step 20: Deliver the unit for use and let users know the precautions. 89 .2.

make a commissioning report fault. "Skip" is unavailable. and hand it over to users. commissioning ends. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual " " indicates that commissioning is not passed on the Commissioning steps 11. troubleshooting. For other faults. 15. Click "Close" to close the information. users can click "Skip" to skip the maintenance and query. and 16 are parallel steps (one of the four steps will be the unit automatically enters the next step if no "OK" exists or selected according to the actual unit). Tell users that modes of other MAINTENANCE IDUs are limited by the mode of master IDU. and 14 are reserved. Make detailed records of exceptions to perform commissioning again for step 10. Click " " to display relevant At last. users must listen to the operating During commissioning. click "Stop" to stop commissioning sound of outdoor and indoor fans and compressors to check for and then click "Start" to continue commissioning till exceptions. "Back" and "Skip" are provided in "10 ODU Valves Check Before Startup". click "OK" to enter the next step). When an exception occurs in step 3. 13.3 Operations after Commissioning 10. engineering commissioning is completed when " " information detected on this phase. (2). At last. If a U6 fault (valve and troubleshooting methods during commissioning for later exception) occurs in step 10. Let users know where the master IDU is located and stick a label to the master IDU. Note: During commissioning. 13. 14. click "Back" to return to step 9 and then click "OK" in step 9 Sort and save data.4 Precautions to Let Users Know after Commissioning (1). which provides references for is displayed on "Project Debug Completion". Steps phase and troubleshooting is required (after troubleshooting. 90 . 3. An ODU that has been in power-off status for more than 24 hours should be preheated for more than eight hours before startup to prevent damaging compressors.

IPM module ●When the environment temperature is lower than 35°C. Environment 12 °C —— temperature of IDU Inlet-tube temperature 13 of indoor heat °C ●As the environment temperature is different. The current of compressor inverter compressor 2 changes between 7 and 20 A. parameter Outlet-tube ●The inlet-tube temperature is 10-20°C lower than the outlet-tube 14 temperature of indoor °C temperature of the same IDU in heating mode. The ODU can 17 Drainage system —— — implement drainage completely from the drainage pipe. For example.414 = 551 V. ●The normal system high-pressure value is 20-55°C. It is of inverter compressor normal if the difference between the actual test value and the calculation value is within 15 V. The higher the environment temperature. the heating electronic expansion valves Opening degree of always remain at 480 PLS. the system high-pressure value is -15 to 5°C. Operation frequency of ●With the adjustment of system pressure. the system high-pressure value is 44-53°C. the defrosting temperature is 5-11°C lower than the system high-pressure value. heat exchanger Opening degree of The opening degree automatically changes between 0 and 2000 PLS or 15 indoor electronic PLS between 0 and 480 PLS. ●When the system runs for cooling with the environment temperature being 25-35°C. 5 Outdoor unit System low-pressure °C ●When the system runs for cooling with the environment temperature COMMISSIONING parameter being -5 to 10°C. References for Proper Unit Operation Parameters SN Commissioning Item Parameter Name Unit Reference Value Outdoor environment 1 °C —— temperature ●When the system compressor is running. ●When the system runs for cooling with the environment temperature being -5 to 10°C. the normal discharge pipe or top temperature for cooling is 70-95°C. expansion valves ●The commissioning software shows that the number of IDUs/ODUs is Communication 16 Communication data — consistent with the actual engineering quantity. the system low-pressure value is 0-8°C. ●The normal bus line voltage is 1. without communication parameter failure. 6 heating electronic PLS ●During the heating operation. without drops from the unit foundation. 3 Defrosting temperature °C ●When the system runs for heating. ●The drainage effect of IDU is smooth and thorough. ●When the system runs for cooling. The highest compressor temperature is not higher than 95°C. ●When the system runs for cooling with the environment temperature being 25-35°C. ●No exceptional sound occurs on compressors and indoor/outdoor fans. 7 Hz inverter compressor ●The operation frequency of inverter compressor 2 changes between 30 and 100 Hz. the inlet-tube temperature exchanger is 1-7°C lower than the outlet-tube temperature of the same IDU in Indoor unit cooling mode. With the change of environment temperature and system operation capacity. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual IV. the less the 4 System high-pressure °C temperature difference. which is more than 10°C higher Discharge pipe than the saturation temperature corresponding to the system high- 2 temperature of °C pressure. ●According to different operation frequencies and loads. the system high-pressure value is 10-40°C higher than the environment temperature. the 9 temperature of inverter °C temperature of the IPM module is lower than 80°C. the defrosting temperature is 2°C higher or lower than the system low-pressure value. and no adverse- slope water storage exists in condensing drainage pipes. the system high-pressure value is 40-52°C. the adjustable electronic expansion expansion valves valves change between 120 and 480 PLS.414 times larger than the power voltage. if the three-phase power voltage is 390 V. which is more compressor than 10°C higher than the saturation temperature corresponding to the system high-pressure. the current Current of inverter 8 A of inverter compressor 1 changes between 7 and 25 A. 91 . OPERATION ●During the cooling operation. The normal temperature for heating is 65-80°C. the Driver bus line voltage 10 V bus line voltage after current rectification is 390 V × 1. the fans run between 0 and 11 Hz fan 65 Hz. 18 Other —— No fault occurs on the unit operation. System parameter ●The operation frequency of inverter compressor 1 changes between 20 Operation frequency of and 95 Hz.

Assembling and Disassembling Key Parts of IDUs������� 131 V. Cautions on Controller AP1 Replacement������������������������ 114 II. Compressor Replacement and Cautions������������������������� 117 III. Assembling and Disassembling Key Parts of ODUs����� 128 IV. Common Parameter Lists�������������������������������������������������� 136 VI. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual  Chapter 4 Maintenance CONTENTS Part 1 Failure Code Table������������������������������������������ 93 Part 2 Exception and Troubleshooting�������������������� 95 Part 3 Key Parts Maintenance�������������������������������� 114 I. Exploded Views and Spare Part List������������������������������� 141 MAINTENANCE 92 .

System Failure Code Table GREE VRF Display Code (1) Content symbol 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A H C L E F J P U b d n y Distinctive symbol Power Inconsistent Inconsistent Mismatching Indoor Indoor Auxiliary Water supply Anti. Low. Part 1 Failure Code Table 1. freezing supply about poor conflict IDU multi-split multi-split and ODU (unified) protection protection protection current protection shortage air quality IDUs IDUs models protection Indoor Intake Middle Exhaust Water Indoor unit Wired Volume Indoor Indoor Temperature Humidity Air outlet temperature temperature temperature temperature Jumper cap network controller dial switch CO2 Project d unit PCB sensor sensor temperature sensor sensor sensor sensor fault address PCB setting sensor commissioning fault fault fault sensor fault fault fault fault fault exception exception exception fault GREE VRF Display Code (2) Content symbol 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A H C L E F J P U b d n y Distinctive symbol Exhaust Exhaust Exhaust Exhaust Exhaust Exhaust High High High High High High temperature temperature temperature temperature temperature temperature High cover High cover exhaust exhaust exhaust exhaust exhaust Low High exhaust sensor sensor sensor sensor sensor sensor temperature temperature Outdoor High. temperature temperature temperature temperature temperature exhaust exhaust temperature falling falling falling falling falling falling protection protection E unit fault pressure pressure protection protection protection protection protection temperature temperature protection for protection protection protection protection protection protection for for (unified) protection protection for for for for for protection protection compressor for for for for for for compressor compressor compressor compressor compressor compressor compressor 5 compressor compressor compressor compressor compressor compressor 1 2 1 2 3 4 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Outdoor Outdoor High Low Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor unit main pressure pressure 1 exhaust 2 exhaust 3 exhaust 4 exhaust 5 exhaust 6 exhaust 2 current 3 current 1 cover 2 cover F 1 current 4 current 5 current 6 current board sensor sensor temperature temperature temperature temperature temperature temperature sensor sensor temperature temperature sensor fault sensor fault sensor fault sensor fault fault fault fault sensor fault sensor fault sensor fault sensor fault sensor fault sensor fault fault fault sensor fault sensor fault and Maintenance Manual GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning 93 MAINTENANCE . Power Warning Mode No master number of series of indoor L unit fault fan heating overflow over.

fan drive fan out.94 MAINTENANCE GREE VRF Display Code (3) Content symbol 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A H C L E F J P U b d n y Distinctive symbol Over-current Over-current Over-current Over-current Over-current Over-current Four-way High system Low system Exceptional Low high Other module Water flow switch J protection for protection for protection for protection for protection for protection for valve leakage pressure ratio pressure ratio pressure pressure protection protection compressor 1 compressor 2 compressor 3 compressor 4 compressor 5 compressor 6 protection protection protection protection protection Outdoor Cover Subcooler Subcooler Heat exchanger Cover temperature Outdoor ambient Defrosting Defrosting Air intake Air intake Outdoor Oil return temperature outflow exhaust exhaust System clock sensor falling b temperature temperature temperature temperature temperature humidity temperature sensor falling temperature temperature temperature exception protection for sensor fault sensor 1 fault sensor 2 fault sensor 1 fault sensor 2 fault sensor fault sensor fault protection for sensor fault sensor fault sensor fault compressor 1 compressor 2 and Maintenance Manual GREE VRF Display Code (4) Content symbol 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A H C L E F J P U b d n y Distinctive symbol Compressor Compressor Compressor driver board Compressor Compressor Inverter Compressor Compressor Inverter Inverter Compressor Compressor Compressor Inverter Compressor Inverter Inverter driver driver board power Compressor drive IPM drive module compressor drive IPM drive compressor compressor drive DC bus drive current drive DC bus compressor drive compressor compressor P board fault failure voltage drive PFC over- reset over-current module temperature out-of-step drive storage high voltage detection low voltage out-of-phase recharging starting AC current (displayed (displayed protection protection temperature protection protection protection sensor fault protection chip fault protection circuit fault protection protection circuit fault failure protection on the IDU) on the IDU) (displayed protection on the IDU) Outdoor GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning Fan driver Variable Variable Variable Variable Variable Fan driver Fan driver board power Fan drive Fan drive Fan drive Fan drive Variable Fan drive Fan drive frequency Fan drive Fan drive frequency frequency frequency Fan drive frequency board fault board failure voltage IPM over. of number of malfunction Rated capacity of system between indoor C of lacking of status of status status of capacity is of multi main wired controller distribution of unit and outdoor main control control and indoor unit is outdoor of main is too low address unit and indoor unit compress of fan module too high control unit (display of wired IP address unit. DC bus current DC bus frequency H module reset PFC fan over. recharging fan AC (displayed (displayed protection temperature high voltage detection low voltage fan starting protection protection current protection sensor fault of-step storage chip of-phase circuit fault current on the IDU) on the IDU) (displayed protection protection circuit fault protection failure protection protection fault protection protection on the IDU) GREE VRF Display Code (5) Content symbol 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A H C L E F J P U b d n y Distinctive symbol Deficient Wrong ODU Wrong Wrong Power phase Refrigerant Valve Invalid preheating capacity code/ compressor Indoor unit Outdoor unit Master IDU compressor U sequence shortage exception refrigerant of the jumper cap drive board pipeline fault pipeline fault is set emergency protection protection warning injection compressor setting address operation dial Commissioning Communication Communication Communication Alarm Communication Malfunction malfunction malfunction malfunction Project because No Button-dial malfunction Malfunction Emergency Emergency Emergency Rated Malfunction of multi main Overflowing between indoor between between main series No. indoor unit’s and inverter inverter fan shocking unit is control unit shocks receiving lamp controller) compressor driver driver inconsistent plate wires controller .IPM module temperature fan out.

See n6 Fault Enquiry of the ODU or enquiry function of the commissioning b software for the method. d Note: Previous faults in the system can be queried on the main board of the ODU and commissioning software. no fault code will be Status displayed in the temperature area. when E4 is displayed on the ODU. The fault is shown in the n intersection of the line and column: High exhaust temperature Emergency Restricted shutdown operation protection. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual For example. How to locate a faulty IDU promptly Use the IDU project number enquiry and faulty IDU locating Unit starting function to locate a faulty IDU or wired controller's corresponding P IDU as follows when multiple IDUs are running in one place: Filter J Ventilation model F Refrigerant Negative injecting code E L Heating Cooling Heating Cooling model C GREE VRF Display Code (6) heating model H Cooling model and A 9 MAINTENANCE Indoor unit Silent mode Vacuum number enquiry project mode 8 parameter enquiry setting Unit 7 Unite fault Cooling heating enquiry setting and 6 5 Maximum recycling capacity output Oil 4 refrigerant Defrosting 3 After-sales recycling capacity outdoor indoor/ Upper ratio 2 1 mode setting commissioned. if the unit indoor has multiple 95 . find line y E and column 4 in the above tables. Part 2 Exception and Troubleshooting Ventilation cleaning commissioning emergency reminder confirmation shutdown Remote U 1. Economic The unit is not 0 Content symbol Distinctive A n C01 Indoor project number and fault enquiry symbol Note 1: If the enquired IDU is normal.

The dial component is faulty. ② . If not. Check if the cables connecting the control board of the ODU and the IDU failure between indoor disconnected. Faults in the compressor is not started. The communicator is faulty. Replace the main board. ② . circuit is faulty. If the connection is loose. ① . replace the cable. the fan's drive board is faulty. The capacity code is wrong. Form analyzing 1). ①. Control Fault code Fault Possible reasons Solution ①. follows: Communication ②. If yes. Modify the dial setting. Replace the main board. If the fault is solved. The communicator is faulty. Replace the control board. replace the cable. replace the cables. The communicator is MAINTENANCE ① . check the network ① . Check if the cable connecting the fan's drive board and the compressor's ① . Replace the control board. ④ . chip exceptions) ③. Check the contact of the communication cable connecting the fan's drive variable frequency ③ . 2. C2 control board and disconnected. faulty. fan drive poorly connected. The main board's detection ② . ① . ② . The constant-frequency ① . The communication cable is not drive board is loose. ③ . If the fault is solved. Replace the fan's drive board. If the fault is solved. The address chip on the main board is damaged. The communication cable is not drive board is loose. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual faults. If yes. and ODUs and IDU's ③ . memory and address board is damaged. The memory chip on the main F0 ② . If the fault is solved. reconnect it. fault codes will be displayed in the temperature area at an interval of 3 seconds. Replace the control board. Modify the capacity code setting. check the network between the IDU and communicator. Replace the small CPU board. Check if the cables connecting the control board and IDU and connecting communicator poorly connected. Check if the cable connecting the control board and compressor's drive failure between main ② . ① . If C0 is displayed. faulty. The clock chip on the main Faults in the ODU's board is damaged. Replace the control board. the IDU and communicator are broken. the control board is faulty. Check if the cable connecting the fan's drive board and compressor's failure between main ② . the control board is ④ . Replace the main board. Communication connected. ① . If yes. ④ . replace the AC contact. ③ . If yes. Wrong outdoor ① . The communicator controller is ③ . If yes. warning 96 . constant frequency ② . If the fault is solved. T h e c o m m u n i c a t o r i s drive board is broken. Wrong emergency ① . The three-phase power cable is Power phase not connected correctly. If the compressor is not started. The dial component is faulty. reconnect it. The communication cable is not between the IDUs and ODUs and between the IDU and communicator as connected. The dial setting is wrong. UL operation dial code ② . T h e c o m m u n i c a t o r i s board is broken. ③ . The current detection board is FC ② . C3 control board and disconnected. main board (such as ② . ④ . ④ . circuit is faulty. Replace the control board. sensor ③. Check if the cable connecting the control board and the compressor's ① . Communication connected. ③ . the compressor's drive board is faulty. Replace the compressor's drive board. Indoor unit project Project numbers conflict with each Change conflicting project numbers and ensure that no IDU's project number C5 number conflict other. Check connection of the power cable. Replace the current detection board. Check the contact of the communication cables. Note 2: Press the “ON/OFF” button on the interface of IDU project number and fault enquiry to exist the parameter enquiry interface. ④ . If yes. If the fault is solved. ③ . C0 and connecting the IDU and communicator are loose. reconnect them. ④ . ① . The communication cable is board and compressor's drive board. The communication cable is ② . If C0 is not displayed on the control board of the ODU. the IDU is faulty. Replace the control board. Check the contact of the communication cable connecting the control inverter compressor ③ . compressor's current faulty. reconnect it. check if the AC contact is closed. The communication cable is board and compressor's drive board. U3 sequence protection ② . The main board's detection ④ . Replace the IDU. ① . Exception Analyzing and Troubleshooting (1). U2 capacity code setting ② . drive poorly connected. is repeated. the control board is faulty.

replace it. Project number Multiple IDUs share one project Reset the repeated project number (useful when there is no centralized control C5 conflict number. units ② . Communication cables between ODUs are loose. replace the main board. Dial switches of multiple ODUs ② . if two or more IDUs share the same project number. the C5 fault. Project number conflict: When multiple systems are controlled in a centralized way. C6 inconsistency ODUs are broken. while switch all the other dial Multiple controlling ODUs are switched to 00. Note: Solution of C5 fault when multiple cooling systems are controlled in a centralized way When multiple cooling systems are controlled in a centralized way. Check if the master IDU is powered on. Communication cables between ②. ④ . ODUs are poorly connected. Replace the IDU's main board and reset the master IDU. system. ④ . No master IDU is set in the ④ . SA8 dial switches of multiple ① . If the communication cable is loose. The SA8 dial switch of the ODU ② . set project numbers of each system and solve the fault as follows: a. The SA8 dial switch of the ODU is not switched to 00. of multiple systems). Check the contact of the communication cable of the master IDU. are faulty. Leave one SA8 dial switch unchanged. Set the master IDU. Switch the SA8 dial switch of an ODU to 00. IDU is faulty. The commissioning software will show the following page: MAINTENANCE Figure 1 97 . ② . The master IDU is powered off. CF switches to 11.e. The whole device cannot be started before the conflict is solved. The main board of the master communication failure (C0) is reported. If the communication cable is broken. If no L7 No master IDU ③ . ①. i. reconnect it. Replace the control board. In that case. replace the main board. ① . the engineer number conflict occurs. The control board is faulty. project number conflict. Replace the control board or switch an ODU's SA8 dial switch to 00. ① . IDUs cannot be switched to varied modes or be turned on or off. may occur on different cooling systems. ① . Replace the control board. Communication cables between ④. master IDU fails. ③ . is faulty. ② . In such case. The communication of the ① . CC No controlling unit ② . ① . Outdoor unit number ② . Check contact of the communication cable. ③. If yes. warning ③ . GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual ① .

b). click Set All IDUs Project Figure 2 Number shown in Figure 2. Manual setting on the commissioning software: Use the commissioning software to set IDUs' project numbers separately in every system or reset projects numbers in multiple systems. c). Choose a value in the pop-up box shown in Figure 4 and click Set. system number and time. as shown in Figure 5: a). Click Project Number the system to be reset. Click Set. Solution of project number conflict: status and IDUs can be operated. where you can choose conflict occurs needs to be set separately. See the manual of the communicator or remote controller for the method. short press Figure 4 SW3 on the controlling unit and the system will enter the If the conflict is solved. After the whole system is commissioned. showing the IDU project number setting and setting button. Figure 7 If the conflict is solved. where you can give the Conflict. the system will return to the normal standby status as follows: 98 . Setting of auto project number deviation on ODU's main board (recommended) You can set auto IDU project number deviation via the ODU's main board as follows: ① . as shown in Figure 7. Figure 6 MAINTENANCE Choose one or multiple systems in the Systems Selection box and click Set in the Settings box. the pop-up box If project commissioning is finished and the IDU where the comprises two parts: Systems Selection. Figure 3 Choose one IDU in the conflicting IDU box shown in Figure 3 and click Set in the setting box. Choose Setting -> Parameter Settings. setting box. as shown in Figure 6. parts: conflicting IDU box. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual b. As shown in Figure 6. you can use the communicator or remote controller to revise project numbers and solve the conflict. showing the IDU's project number. Manual setting on the communicator and remote controller: When the project number conflict occurs. as shown in Figure 3. The pop-up box comprises two resetting instruction. as shown in Figure 2: Figure 5 If project commissioning is not finished and all the IDUs' project numbers need to be reset. Settings box. the system will return to the normal status and IDUs can be operated as shown in Figure 5.

Compressor drive P7 The compressor drive board is faulty. ① . This method is faster. ② . Compressor drive module P3 The compressor drive board is faulty. Inverter compressor over. Replace the compressor drive board. The drive board's IPM module is damaged. ③ . compressor drive the communication cable. Replace the compressor. Replace the compressor drive board. The compressor's UVW cable is not connected P5 ② . ③ . In case of many conflicting IDUs. C2 board and compressor drive board is not board and inverter ③ . short press SW7 confirmation button to enter the project number deviation status as shown in the following: LED1 LED2 LED3 Function Code LED Status Current Progress/Mode LED Status Status LED Status n5 Solid On 00 Solid On OC Solid On IDU project numbers in all systems will automatically deviate. reset protection ①.② . ③ . Note: When there are only a few conflicting IDUs. ① . Short press SW7 to show the following information: LED1 LED2 LED3 Function Code LED Status Progress LED Status Status LED Status n5 Solid On 00 Flicker OC Flicker ③ . The compressor's UVW cable is not connected P6 ② . Check the power supply of the drive board. Reconnect the compressor's UVW cable. When project number deviation is to be confirmed. ① . ③. Reconnect the compressor's UVW cable. The automatic deviation function only works when it is enabled on the controlling unit in the system. The conflict will be solved in about 1 minute and the system will work properly. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual LED1 LED2 LED3 Function Code LED Status Progress LED Status Status LED Status A7 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker A6 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker A2 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker A8 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker n0 Flicker 01 Flicker 00 Flicker n1 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker n2 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker n3 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker n4 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker n5 Flicker 00 Flicker 00 Flicker ② . The compressor drive board is powered off. Check the power supply of the control board. Replace the compressor drive board. The control board is powered off. ③ . Press SW2 (▼) on the controlling unit and select n5. temperature sensor fault 99 . module protection properly. ① . The communication cable between the control between main control Replace the drive board if it works properly. The compressor is damaged. Replace the control board if it works properly. Replace the compressor drive board. Fault code Fault Possible reasons Solution ① . Replace the compressor. The compressor drive board's dial switch ④ . manual setting is recommended. of which the centralized control MAINTENANCE address is 00000. auto deviation is recommended. The drive board's IPM module is damaged. board. Connect the main board and drive board using connected. current protection properly. This method applies for the first commissioning after installation. This method only applies to conflicting IDUs and does only affect other IDUs' project numbers. Adjust the dial switch of the compressor drive SA201 is wrong. Communication failure ② . The compressor is damaged. but may change project numbers of normal IDUs. Compressor drive IPM ② .

detection circuit fault ① . Inverter compressor out. Replace the compressor. H9 out-of-step protection ② . voltage protection ② . The fan drive board is faulty. Elevate the voltage of the input power cable to Compressor drive DC bus PL whole system lower than 320 V. Compressor drive ① . ③ . starting failure properly. The fan drive board's IPM module is damaged. the required range. Screw the IPM module properly. Replace the fan drive board. ③ . Lower the voltage of the input power cable to Compressor drive DC bus PH the whole system exceed 460 V. Replace the fan drive board. whole system lower than 320 V. Replace the compressor. ③ . protection properly. ① . ① . The fan drive board is faulty. board and variable board and fan drive board is not connected. The fan drive board is faulty. ① . GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual ① . Replace the fan. Adjust the dial switch of the fan drive board. ② . Fan drive temperature H7 The fan drive board is faulty. ③ . Replace the compressor drive board. ① . ③ . Variable frequency fan ① . ② . ① . Fan drive IPM over. Is the voltage of the input power cable of the the required range. The fan drive board is powered off. Thermal gel is not applied evenly on the IPM H8 ② . The compressor's UVW cable is not connected PJ ② . Reconnect the fan's UVW cable. Fan drive DC bus low ②. ② . ① . Replace the fan drive board. Reconnect the fan's UVW cable. ④ . The fan's UVW cable is not connected HJ ② . Communication failure ② . ③ . Replace the fan drive board. Reconnect the compressor's UVW cable. The compressor drive board is faulty. The fan is damaged. Replace the fan drive board. protection ③ . ① . The fan drive board's dial switch is wrong. high voltage protection ② . Thermal gel is not applied evenly on the IPM P8 IPM over-temperature ② . ① . Replace the fan. Variable frequency fan ② . The communication cable between the control Replace the drive board if it works properly. Fan drive module reset H3 The fan drive board is faulty. the required range. The IPM module is not screwed properly. check circuit fault ① . The compressor drive board is faulty. ② . ③ . starting failure properly. The fan's UVW cable is not connected MAINTENANCE H6 ② . Screw the IPM module properly. Reconnect the fan's UVW cable. Variable frequency fan ② . ① . The fan drive board is faulty. Compressor drive current PC The compressor drive board is faulty. Replace the fan drive board. Replace the fan. ② . Replace the compressor drive board. The fan is damaged. ② . Replace the compressor drive board. ① . The compressor is damaged. The drive board is damaged. Replace the compressor drive board. recharging circuit fault ② . Replace the fan. Replace the fan drive board. The drive board is damaged. Fan drive IPM module ② . The compressor drive board is faulty. Lower the voltage of the input power cable to Fan drive DC bus high HH whole system exceed 460 V. ① . Does the voltage of the input power cable of ① . ③ . Elevate the voltage of the input power cable to ① . Connect the fan drive board with the HL ② . the required range. ③ . Is the fan drive board well connected with the voltage protection compressor drive board according to the compressor drive board. Does the voltage of the input power cable of the ① . Replace the compressor drive board. ③ . The compressor drive board is faulty. ① . ③ . Connect the main board and drive board using frequency fan drive ④ . The compressor drive board is faulty. ① . The IPM module is not screwed properly. low voltage protection ② . ② . the communication cable. The fan drive board's IPM module is damaged. Replace the fan drive board. Replace the fan drive board. Replace the compressor drive board. over-current protection properly. The fan is damaged. Replace the fan drive board. temperature protection module. Is the voltage of the input power cable of the ① . ①. Replace the compressor drive board. P9 of-step protection ② . ③ . ① . Check the power supply of the drive board. Replace the control board if it works properly. sensor fault ① . Elevate the voltage of the input power cable to Compressor drive PF whole system lower than 280 V. The control board is powered off. Inverter compressor ② . ② . the required range. protection ① . 100 . Is the voltage of the input power cable of the ① . between main control C3 ③ . The fan's UVW cable is not connected H5 ② . Apply thermal gel evenly on the IPM module. ③ . The compressor is damaged. ③. wiring diagram. module. ① . Apply thermal gel evenly on the IPM module. Check the power supply of the control board. Fan drive current HC The fan drive board is faulty. The fan is damaged. ② .

pipe along the flowing 3. that connects Manual the control wire electronic 15°C higher than the intake the electronic expansion valve temperature.3. it is normal. and the electronic expansion is broken. safe operation. 3. solder the pipe.1 The block is Replace and direction of refrigerant caused by solder.2 The of indoor unit is reset.1 Not enough Inject refrigerant —— —— —— The system's exhaust refrigerant as required.1. Replace the 6. If the difference as required.2. temperature the protection exceeds 50°C.1 Affected by 10°C higher than the intake impurities. MAINTENANCE protection 3. GMV5 DC Inverter VRF Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Manual 2. valve is opened to 2000PLS. The IDU's the IDU's coil is more than Otherwise. expansion valve see if the electronic electronic expansion valve by main board expansion valve is is opened to 2000PLS.2. the intake temperature of Clean the system the IDU's coil is more than and clear the 2. refrigerant pressure is too low (compared 4. Replace the body expansion valve in system Other reasons of the electronic the mode switcher expansion valve. Listen expansion valve check expansion valve's 2. the correct with the outdoor ambient refrigerant temperature. If it is set. frosting. The High exhaust 3. fully opened as required. 4. 101 .3. of refrigerant to feel solder the pipe.1 The fluid pipe is the flowing direction Replace and —— —— blocked.1 The controlling to the sound and is not connected control wire to When the IDU is working in to the main the main board. Test the system's balance Discharge pressure 20 minutes later existing and convert the pressure into 5. The system temperature rises and the low frosting. 3. exhaust temperature of abnormal. the 2. with the reference value).1 The control wire of Connect the the electronic electronic Manual Reset the IDU.2 The air pipe is difference is large Replace and E4 temperature or part of the pipe is —— —— The system's exhaust blocked. The stop valve of the Manual Fully open the ODU is not —— —— —— —— check stop valve. Stop the whole system.3 The pipe that to feel the temperature pipe to connects the IDU is difference. The see if it is blocked. the temperature difference.2 The pipeline blocked.1. is larger than 5°C. when the IDU is check of the electronic expansion valve is not working working in the heating mode expansion valve.1 System exhaust temperature exception Possible reasons Fault Primary reason Secondary reason Tertiary reason Fault Solution code Confirmation Description Confirmation method Description Confirmation method Description method 1. difference is large or Replace and part of the pipe is is blocked by solder the pipe. System faults 2. 2. —— —— leakage the leak along the inject refrigerant pipe. 2. 7. to the main board properly. Lacking temperature rises and the low Use the refrigerant Stop the leak.2 The valve —— of the electronic body is faulty. 4. control wire Repair or replace 2. Cut off the solder the pipe. Touch the pipe along 3. again. The ambient temperature It is a normal The outdoor exceeds the phenomenon ambient Measure the ambient scope of —— —— —— caused by temperature temperature. impurities. pipeline is pressure is too low (compared Touch the blocked. Wrong refrigerant the corresponding saturation refrigerant is —— —— —— —— and inject temperature. of electronic touch the tube to the cooling mode and the board. Replace the body 2. it is exceptional. Compare it injected. Exhaust temperature temperature —— —— —— sensor or main sensor failure board.2 Refrigerant pipe leak detector to detect Pump out air and with the reference value).2 The electronic impurities in the ——