AC-M5 W MKII
No. 062367 • rev. 1.0 • 15.02.2011
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Introduction This is the service manual for the Dantherm Air Handling A/S AC-M5 W MKII unit. The below table of contents gives an overview of the main sections.
This manual covers units with serial numbers equal or higher than: XXXXXX1158513
Please note that this unit comes as standard with a 2 KW heating element installed: Dantherm number 322036
NATO stock number -
The code is specified on the data plate, which is placed on the outside of the unit. See the explanation of the syntax code on page 5
It is the responsibility of the operator to read and understand this service manual and other information provided and to use the correct operating procedures. Air conditioners should only be operated by qualified (trained) personnel and the repair of the cooling circuit and electrical system is to be done only by skilled service people. Failure to do so can result in personal injury or equipment damage. Read the entire manual before the initial start-up of the air conditioner. It is important to know the correct operating procedures for the air conditioner and all safety precautions to prevent the possibility of property damage and/or personal injury.
Table of contents
This service manual covers the following main topics: Topic General information Syntax Product description Functional description User’s guide Service guide Technical information See page 4 5 6 15 16 25 36
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Introduction This section gives the general information about this service manual and about the unit.
Manual, part number
Part number of this service manual is 062367.
The target groups for this service manual are the: • Users of the unit • Technicians who install and maintain the unit
Copying of this service manual, or part of it, is forbidden without prior written permission from Dantherm Air Handling A/S.
Dantherm Air Handling A/S reserves the right to make changes and improvements to the product and the service manual at any time without prior notice or obligation.
EC-Declaration of Conformity
Dantherm Air Handling A/S, Marienlystvej 65, DK-7800 Skive hereby declare that the units mentioned below: AC-M5 W MKII, product no. 322036: are in conformity with the following directives: 2006/42/EEC 2006/95/EEC 2004/108/EEC 97/23/EEC 94/62/EEC EN 12100 EN 60 335-1 EN 60 335-2-40 DEF-STAN 59-411, part 3 Land Class C EN 378 Skive, 16.09.2009 Directive on the safety of machines Low Voltage Directive EMC Directive The Pressure Equipment Directive Packaging Directive Machine Safety Low Voltage Low Voltage Military EMC Standard Refrigeration systems
- and are manufactured in conformity with the following harmonized standards:
The unit is designed to last for many years. When the time comes for the unit to be recycled, the unit should be recycled according to national rules and procedures to protect the environment.
Quality Management System
Dantherm Air Handling A/S has implemented a Quality Management System according to EN/ISO9001. The system is supplemented with an Environmental Management System according to EN/ISO14001. Both systems are third-part approved and certified, by Bureau Veritas Certification. During 2005 & 2006 the Management Systems are supplemented with businessroutines with regards to Safety. These routines fulfil the requirements stated in the international standard for Safety Management Systems OHSAS18001.
115 V AC. 460 V AC. 60 Hz 3 ph. 60 Hz 3 ph. one G3. 50 Hz 1 ph. 400 V AC. 60 Hz 1 ph. 230 V AC.2011
Compressor softstarter included HPFI included
. 230 V AC.0 • 14. 60 Hz 3 ph. one F7
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This example is not necessarily related to the specific unit this manual describes:
Air conditioner Heater (diesel)
5 kW nominal performance
Window mount Split unit
020 070 100 200
2000 W heat 7000 W heat 10000 W heat 20000 W heat
A B C D E F
Introduction All products are named according to a syntax giving information about the specific unit configuration.02. 50 Hz
225 315 400
225 mm connection 315 mm connection 400 mm connection
R6014 Four digit RAL colour code or 33446 FED-STD 595B code
Two filters. 230 V AC.
Introduction This section will give you a description of the AC-M5 W MKII and its functionality.
The section covers the following topics: Topic General description Description of the cooling system Description of the control board Accessories See page 7 10 12 14
The instructions in this service manual have been prepared to ensure that. The AC-M5 W MKII is designed to be compatible with shelters equipped with existing AC-M5 W.
By means of a fork lift the air conditioner is lifted from the outside and in. which returns the heat taken from the indoor air to the surrounding atmosphere.2011
. The back (external) section of the unit houses the condenser fan and the condenser coil.
The AC-M5 W MKII is designed to be built into a trap door system. All dimensions are translated into the new design.General description
Introduction This section gives a description of the unit as a whole. this air conditioner will provide long and efficient service. which draws warm ambient or re-circulated air through the cold evaporator coil and blows out the cooled air through the discharge. into the trap door system.0 • 14. Dantherm air conditioner model AC-M5 W MKII is designed primarily to deliver cooling or heating to containers and other types of temporary shelters. Other typical applications can be: • Cooling of hot confined areas where personnel are working • Cooling of equipment to prevent damage or malfunction due to overheating • Re-circulating air in closed shelters
The function of the AC-M5 W MKII is based on a cooling circuit and two powerful fans. when followed. The following sections describe the different parts in detail. The front section (internal) contains the evaporator and the evaporator fan.
The AC-M5 W MKII air conditioner is made of high quality materials and the production process is subject to constant quality checking. Optionally in welding frame. Components on the below drawing from left to right: • Front grill • Welding frame • Trapdoor system • AC-M5 W MKII
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RAL6014 with infrared anti-reflecting qualities.
Front (evaporator side)
Rear (condenser side)
. which are galvanised and protected against corrosion.General description. The drain can be pried out using a screwdriver if needed during service or if a hose extension is desired. The condensate drain is located under the unit. The discharge grill can be removed for inspection and service purposes. Outside finish painting is standard NATO green. At the front of the unit there is a removable air filter for the recirculated air intake on the left hand side and a discharge grill for the cooled outlet air at the right hand side. It is snapped in place by a snaplock in the long slot at the bottom of the unit. continued
Cabinet The unit is a strong construction made in 0.9 mm sheet metal plates. The operation panel for the unit is placed under the discharge grill for the cooled air.
On the discharge side of the evaporator section there is a discharge grill. As the AC-M5 W MKII is unavailable with fresh air intake the air being processed in this unit is re-circulated air within the shelter. continued
Air flows Only the Air flowing through the evaporator core enters through a standard washable. described in DEFSTAN-59-411. removable air filter. This grill is non adjustable as not to compromise the Land Class C Noise level. For reset of the OT. The temperature is set on the dial on the control board.02. page 33
Built-in thermostat The AC-M5 W MKII has a built-in thermostat which monitors the return air temperature. please see section ”Fault finding guide”.
Function Recirculated air intake Discharge of cooled air in container Condenser air intake Condenser air discharge Evaporator
Centrifugal fan Axial fan Heater element -
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The heater coils installed are equipped with a reset button for OT (overheating) thermostat on top of the unit.
The compressor will stop until the ice has melted. Both evaporator and condenser are heat exchangers with copper tubes and coated aluminium fins. The cooling circuit is completely sealed and filled with refrigerant (R134a). where it is cooled to below dew point and condensed to liquid refrigerant because of the cooling effect from the condenser airflow. This will generate a Low pressure (LP) condition. The condenser. where cooling is not normally required. Description of the cooling process: From the receiver liquid refrigerant will flow under high pressure through the liquid line dryer and the sight glass to the thermostatic expansion valve. By the cooling of the evaporator air stream heat is adapted to the cooling circuit and released in the condenser together with the electric energy consumption of the compressor.Description of the cooling system
Description In the front section of the unit the evaporator (cooling coil) is mounted together with an expansion valve and the sight glass. Here the refrigerant is led into the evaporator where it evaporates at low pressure and low temperatures. From the compressor the refrigerant vapour goes to the condenser. At ambient temperatures below 18-20 °C. The evaporated refrigerant is drawn back to the hermetic compressor and compressed. At high ambient temperatures (above 60 °C) the cooling of the condenser airflow will be too low. the humidity in the airflow will form ice on the evaporator.
This illustrates the cooling system and internal components of the AC-M5 W MKII:
. and the high pressure results in cut out of the HP pressure switch. the compressor and the rest of the components are housed in the rear section.
Parts and their function This table gives an overview and short description of each part shown in the previous illustration: Part Evaporator Condenser Centrifugal fan Axial fan Compressor Expansion valve Sight glass Control panel Function Absorbs heat from the shelter by cooling down the circulated air Emits the heat generated in the tent/room to the outside air For internal air flow For external air flow Circulates the fluid in the cooling system Supplies the correct quantity of coolant into the evaporator Enables a visual check of the coolant Control panel with function switch and indicator lamp(s)
This schematic drawing illustrates the different parts of the cooling circuit:
Fig.02.0 • 14. 1 Part Function Compressor Condenser
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Function Expansion valve Evaporator HP pressure switch Schrader valve Heating element
Receiver Liquid line drier Sight glass
.Description of the cooling system.
A description of how to start up. from page 16. for example. For a detailed description of the modes please see section “Functional description”. The control panel on the front side contains all the controls required for normal operation. page 15
Evaporator fan speed switch
Switch for high or low evaporator fan speed: Speed low/I Description Normally used if the noise level should be low and the maximum cooling/heating capacity is not required Normally used if a maximum cooling/heating capacity is required
. is found in section “User’s guide”.Description of the control board
Introduction This section gives a detailed description of the control board.
This illustrates the control board of the AC-M5 W MKII:
This table gives an overview of each part of the control panel: Part Function switch Function The function switch selects the operating mode.
Description of the control board. continued
Part Indicator lamps
Function On the operator panel there are 4 control lamps. For Dantherm service technician only Cooling circuit is operating to lower temperature. page 33 Green Red Fan operation whenever one or both fans are running One or both fans have a defect chasing the current draw out of specified window
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Part/function.0 • 14.02. (indicating an open circuit like OT fault) This will reset when functions switch is briefly switched to off position. This will self reset in time The compressor current draw is outside specified window. OT fail: Overheat thermostat failure. (indicating a faulty compressor) This will reset when functions switch is briefly switched to off position Green Power Always green. Normal operation is green The unit is operated inefficiently. Note: Also green when the functions switch is in Off position Must be completely off when servicing unit/changing filter Green Heating Red Indicating the heater coil is working to raise temperature The heater coil current draw is outside specified window. indicating the following from left to right: Symbol Green Cooling Yellow Red Color Description IR connection to serial port. provided there is 230 V AC connected to the unit.2011
Temperature dial for room temperature Power cable
. and/or the OT reset button is depressed. See also section “Fault finding guide”.
/ NSN No. description and article numbers of available accessories: Accessory Trap door system Illustration Description Trap door system
Frame for welding into corrugated container
Below you will find a complete list with drawings.Accessories
Introduction Further information about each separate accessory is available upon request to Dantherm Air Handling A/S.
The modes are described below.
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Function switch The function switch allows the user to switch between different modes. in order to maintain desired temperature.
This gives a description of each selectable mode: Mode Ventilation operation Description The evaporator fan will operate according to the speed selected on the evaporator fan speed switch
All functions will immediately stop and only the illuminated green lamp will indicate that the power is still on.2011
.02. even with the mode selector in “0” OFF position. This will automatically shut down when temperature inside the AC-M5 W MKII cabinet drops below 35 °C
The controller will operate to achieve the selected temperature set on the temperature dial. The controller decides whether to activate cooling or heating.0 • 14. if temperature inside the AC-M5 W MKII cabinet exceeds 50 °C.
Rapid adjustments of temperature dial will prevent the compressor from starting. DO NOT cycle the temperature dial as this will cause the cooling to NEVER come on.
This section contains the following topics: Topic Make the AC-M5 W MKII ready for use ACU removal Starting up and shutting down the air conditioner Transport and lifting of the unit See page 17 21 22 24
Introduction This section describes how to utilise the different functions. This is done by introducing a 30 sec start up delay on compressor start up on every cooling cycle start.
The compressor unit is protected from start up overheating.
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Follow these steps to install the unit in the door trap system: Step 1 Action Remove the door from the trap door system by removing the two Allen screws that hold the door
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. Important: Follow the guidelines on how to use the solution (in regard to drying). remove rust and oxide scales from the contact surface of the welding frame. Use alcohol or the like.Make the AC-M5 W MKII ready for use
Tools List of tools required: • 5 mm Allen key • TX 15 screwdriver • 10 mm spanner or socket wrench Trap door system Read this recommendation before installing the trap door: Step 1 2 3 Action With an angle grinder. When the corrosion protection is ready. mount the trap door in the welding frame.02.0 • 14. Cover the contact surface with a layer of zinc or a similar anodic solution. When mounted. Important: Keep grinding until the surface is blank. Degrease and clean the contact surface. carefully seal the opening between the welding frame and the trap door to prevent moist from penetrating.
Dismount the front grill and the filter
Lift the unit to the location of the trapdoor by means of a forklift
Push the ACU gently into the trapdoor.Make the AC-M5 W MKII ready for use. Care should be taken to ensure that the power cable is not snagged when the ACU is pushed inwards Align the two M8 holes roughly with the big Ø25 mm holes in each horn when pushing in the ACU
. Follow these steps to install the unit in the door trap system
Step 2 Loosen the 21 screws that hold the front grill. continued
Trap door system.
0 • 14. the front grill and the 17 screws. Do not remove the two M8 finger screws just yet Mount the 2 draw out roller mechanisms (delivered separately in a small bag) as shown in the pictures in step 5 and 6
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Remount the filter.Make the AC-M5 W MKII ready for use.
Step 6 Screw in loosely the two 8 mm finger screws dangling in wires on each horn.02. This is to secure the ACU while re-mounting the front grill. continued
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Trap door system. One for each side
Connect power Re-mount the door of the trap door system and shut it securely using the snap locks from the outside of the shelter
.Make the AC-M5 W MKII ready for use.
Step 9 Next mount the buffer consoles.
Procedure Follow this procedure to remove the ACU: Step 1 2 3 4 Action Switch off the ACU and remove the power cable from the shelter connection Ensure ACU is in the filter change/service position. Be careful not to harm the power supply cable. Push the ACU by hand onto the forks of a forklift.2011
. Do not forget the power cable as this is the only cable connected to the ACU at this point Remount the front grill and discharge grill to the ACU by the 19 torx 15 screws Take care of the EMC seal in the front grill Remount and securely close the flap of the door trap system with the snap catches on the outside of the shelter.0 • 14. Alternatively the power cable can be coiled and placed inside the cabinet in these steps. placed on the outside of the shelter. Do not harm the EMC seal on the trapdoor 8 Strap the ACU securely to the forks while descending to the ground.02. without the ACU (but with the door/flap fitted). NOTE: The trap door itself. does not provide “Land Class C” attenuation. with the securing knobs loosely fitted in the large holes in the horns Unscrew the 19 torx 15 screws and detach the front grill of the unit Remove the filter and the exhaust/discharge grill Do not harm the EMC seal in the front grill 5 6 7 Stowed away the power cable inside the ACU for convenience Remove the flap from the door trap system by removing the two Allen screws that hold the door Unscrew the securing knobs. according to DEF-STAN-59411
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page 12) and the unit will operate according to the “Functional description”. (Large hole) 3) Parking spot when unit is operation (Obround hole)
With the preplanning complete. the air conditioner is ready for operation: Follow the procedure below to start up the air conditioner: Step 1 Action Turn the function switch to the desired mode (see “Description of the control board”. A reduced airflow through the condenser core can result in cut-out of the high pressure (HP). The positions for hand screws. If installed unhook the locking pin from the centre of the door/flap Release the two hand screws at the side of the horn Now the unit can be pushed out and secured with the set of snap catches 3 Park the two hand screws in the threaded insert in the front grill with the unit deployed. resulting in excessive pressure in the cooling circuit and thereby a cut out by the HP pressure sensitive switch. This is due to a start up delay of the compressor built in to the controller. left to right: (the tip of the horn to the base) 1) Transport position. 2) Filter change/service position.
If the unit does not operate it might have been switched off by a safety device: • HP pressure sensitive switch: An ambient temperature higher than the working range 20°C-60°C will cause the condenser not to be cooled enough. Hole at the end of horns.Starting up and shutting down the air conditioner
Warning Cycling the temperature dial up and down rapidly will cause the cooling circuit not to start. the unit has to be brought into the deployed position. • Evaporator or condenser fan thermo relay: Running current for the fan motor is too high
. page 15 if not switched off by a safety device. which are holding the flap of the trap door system in place. Follow this procedure: Step 1 Action Release the two snap catches on the outside of the shelter.
Before starting up Before starting the AC M5W.
if the temperature inside the ACU exceeds 50 °C. If the shelter is to be transported under slung by helicopter.
Follow this procedure to shut down the air conditioner from any mode of operation: Step 1 Action Turn the function toggle switch to OFF Result: All operations stop instantly Warning: The evaporator fan will continue to operate. with the function switch in zero position. The fan stops.02.Starting up and shutting down the air conditioner. Disconnect the power cable at the power supply and coil the cable if: • the air conditioner is put aside for a longer period or • if service is to be performed
062367 • Version 1. from their parking position and pull the unit back into the container Secure the door of the trap door system by means of the two snap locks on the outside of the shelter and secure the ACU by the two hand screws at the tip of the horns. even with the function switch in zero position. page 33 for possible solutions. continued
.0 • 14. or start up. or non-operating evaporator fan has stopped the heating coil Refer to the “Fault finding guide”. as soon as the temperature drops below 35 °C 2 3 Release the two snap catches and unscrew the two hand screws. mounting the safety pin of the trap door system is mandatory. continued • Compressor thermo relay: Running current for the compressor is too high • OT thermostat (only in models with heating installed): High air temperature.
DO NOT STACK OTHERWISE
Lifting of the unit
By means of a forklift is possible to lift the unit to the right height and to push it into the trap door system from the outside of the container. Stack maximum 3 on a euro pallet.Transport and lifting of the unit
Transport of the unit The units are delivered. Note that this is only possible with the front grill assembly detached.
. stacked and strapped to a pallet.
service or parts should include the serial number. All requests for information.
This section covers the following topics: Topic Preventive maintenance Spare parts Fault finding guide Service agreement See page 26 29 33 35
062367 • Version 1.02. Product model and serial numbers are available from the data plate which is located on the right side of the unit.Service guide
Serial numbers This section gives the necessary information to help the responsible maintenance personnel at servicing and repairing the air conditioner.2011
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Before doing any maintenance. See section “Starting up and shutting down the air conditioner”.
For service and maintenance a torx 15 screwdriver and a 10 mm spanner or socket wrench is required.
Recommendations In addition to the preventive maintenance it is recommended to have a cooling technician check the cooling circuit and all electrical functions. monthly and annual maintenance. This section contains the description of daily.
Daily preventive maintenance
Preventive maintenance to done on a daily basis or every 8 hours of operation: Perform the following preventive maintenance procedures each day or after every eight hours of operation: Step 1 2 Action Inspect the power cable for damage or loose connections Inspect the air filter and remove any debris or foreign objects that may have accumulated on the filter
. page 22. be sure that the air conditioner has been shut down and that the power cable is disconnected from the power supply.Preventive maintenance
Introduction In order to achieve the best possible operation and long lifetime of the air conditioner it has to be maintained properly within defined guide lines. This check must follow the national rules for control of cooling equipment.
Loosen the two latches in each side of the unit Grab the handles Fasten the screws (one in each side) and pull the unit into the container (one in each side) to fix the unit to get access to
Dismount the front frame by unscrewing 16 torx 21 screws the filter
Grap the filter behind the frame and clean it with a hoover or wash in luke warm soap water Check that the condensate drain is not blocked. Use high pressure air from the outside of the unit for 5 seconds to remove dirt.0 • 14. When remounting the unit be aware that the EMC seal is intact and restored properly. Step 1 2 Perform daily maintenance Clean the air filter with a hoover or wash it in luke warm soap water. Condensate drain pipe Follow the above steps just in reverse order to remount the unit Make sure that the filters are dry before they return to service again and are subjected to dust
Monthly preventive maintenance Please follow this procedure to do monthly preventive maintenance or every 200 hours of operation: Caution When dismounting the front cover you are breaking the EMC seal. See the drawing below and follow the steps to get access to the filter Action
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then clean with a hoover or wash with warm soap water and a brush Lift up the internal fan module 7-10 cm to get better access to the evaporator Before being able to lift the fan module you need to unscrew 2 screws between the fan house and the coils Clean the drip tray Inspect and if necessary clean the radial wheels in the two fans Follow the above steps just in reverse order to remount the unit
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. Step 1 2 3 Action Perform the daily and monthly maintenance.Preventive maintenance. continued
Annual preventive Follow this procedure to carry out the annual preventive maintenance: maintenance Caution When dismounting the front and the top cover you are breaking the EMC seal. See the drawing below and follow the following steps to make access to the coils:
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Dismount the front frame by unscrewing 16 torx 20 screws to the filter Dismount all 21 screws on the top cover
to get access
. If they are dirty. top. see above Place the unit on a surface where the front frame can be free Inspect the evaporator and condenser coils. sides and back
Inspect the evaporator and condenser coils. When remounting the unit be aware that the EMC seal is intact and restored properly.
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Dantherm Air Handling A/S reserves the right to make any necessary changes of construction and choices of components without notice .Spare parts
Introduction This section contains the general information needed when ordering spare parts. Dantherm Air Handling A/S reserves the right to make this assessment.
Not every item will be available for delivery individually. maintain a stock of the changed parts. kindly inform us about: • Dantherm Air Handling A/S spare parts number/text • NATO stock number of parts • Dantherm Air Handling A/S field unit type • Dantherm Air Handling A/S production and serial number from the data plate of the field unit (or approximate date of delivery). For units in military services spares will normally be ordered through the military logistic system. The spare parts lists are available on the following pages. complete component.
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. as far as possible.
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Illustration Available spare parts for the Spare parts:
Spare parts. evaporator Drip tray with drain tube components Handle. condenser Fan. Grill. cable entry. set with 2 pcs.5µF
NATO No. internal side Front gable. complete Filter Base plate. condenser Condenser coil Sensor. 1670-22-620-0246 4130-22-620-0248 4520-22-620-0249 4120-22-620-0312 4140-22-620-0250 9999-22-620-0251 5340-22-620-0253 5340-22-620-0256 5340-22-620-0255 4130-22-620-0257 1670-22-620-0259 4140-22-620-0261 4140-22-620-0263 4130-22-620-0265 6685-22-620-0266 6680-22-620-0316 4820-22-620-0267 4820-22-620-0268 5930-22-620-0270 4130-22-620-0271 4130-22-620-0272 4130-22-620-0273 4130-22-620-0274 5910-22-620-0275 5910-22-620-0276 5910-22-620-0277
Front label. evaporator Fan.02. set with 2 pcs. Inspection glass Expansion valve Service valve Switch.2011
Part No. complete Fan and fan housing complete. continued
List List of spare parts for the Spare parts: Index No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
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Nomenclature Cover complete with insulation Evaporator coil Heating 2000 W complete Fan and fan housing complete. switches and 5975-22-620-0278 potentiometer Control box bottom Rubber grommet set 6110-22-620-0279 5365-22-620-0280
. high pressure Compressor Receiver Dry filter Control box complete Capacitor 5µF Capacitor 40µF Capacitor 2.0 • 14.
continued Index No.Spare parts. continued
List. printed circuit board Control box. 30 31 32 33 Part No. cover Copper tube set EMC seal complete. NATO No. 063137 063138 063139 063140 Nomenclature Control. 2 pcs. 5998-22-620-0281 5340-22-620-0282 4710-22-620-0296 4120-22-620-0311
Yellow light means the unit is operated inefficiently Cooling circuit only operates a very short time before HP/LP pressure sensitive switch cut-out Power indicator lamp is green Cool light is green and turns yellow. The power indicator lamp is green. find the problem in column 1. If the air conditioner should malfunction.vice technician tion compressor has cut-out. causes. Problems.02. The power indicator lamp on the control panel is not ON Cause No power input Action Check that the power cable is correctly connected to power source and unit Check that power source is turned on and providing 1 × 230 V AC Check the condenser side for sufficient air flow. which are caused by electrical faults or related to the cooling plant. Call an air condition serInternal temperature protec.2011
.Fault finding guide
Fault finding Malfunctions that might occur in the operation of the air conditioner are listed in the table below. Columns 2 and 3 describe the possible causes and corrective actions. Cool light is green and turns yellow
High ambient temperature resulting in HP pressure sensitive switch cut-out (automatic reset) or low pressure conditions are detected
062367 • Version 1. Air conditioner operates but no cooling.0 • 14. Cooling lamp is red Refrigerant leak. This will auto reset in time. Allow the unit to cool down (10-15 min. and remedies will only give an indication of where a possible problem can be and what actions are needed to correct the problem. Be sure that no air path is blocked The evaporator is blocked with ice. have to be corrected by skilled personnel Problem The unit does not operate. Faulty compressor Ambient temperature is not Wait until ambient temwithin working range 20 °C – perature is within working 60 °C range. Power indicator lamp is green.)
Air conditioner does not operate. The list of problems. Reference to actions required to restore the air conditioner to normal operating condition are also indicated.
Fan light is red
Internal temperature protection in either condenser or evaporator fan motor has cut-out
Check for blocked fan(s). continued
Cause Overheat thermostat failure or loose electrical connection
Action Allow temperature to drop before pressing the reset button on top of ACU
Fans stop running. Check for loose connectors
.Fault finding guide. Power light is green. continued
Problem No heating action possible. Heat indicator lamp is red.
To be able to offer quick and efficient help.0 • 14. • Email • Type (unit) • Site/location (unit) • Serial no/order no.com
062367 • Version 1. please contact: Henrik Hersted After Sales Support Manager Dantherm Air Handling A/S Phone: +45 9614 4767 Mobile: +45 2399 4066 Email: heh@dantherm.
Corrective and emergency repair
In case of malfunctions of the product Dantherm Air Handling A/S offers to do emergency repair on the climate units. Agreements will be made with the customer on response time and price.
The After Sales Support Department of Dantherm Air Handling A/S is ready to help you in case of a problem.2011
Dantherm Air Handling A/S offers to do the preventive maintenance on the units so that they at all times will operate according to factory standards. The partner is trained and certified on the actual climate units. Therefore the unit will need preventative maintenance on a regular basis. The agreement will be made with Dantherm Air Handling A/S – and the overall responsibility for the agreement will be Dantherm Air Handling A/S’s. • Description of the problem
Contact Dantherm Air Handling A/S.
For further information about a service agreement in your country or region. The partner will also carry an adequate number of spare parts – so that any repairs can be made during the same visit.
Dantherm Air Handling A/S has established a network of service partners to do the preventative maintenance.Service agreement
Introduction The unit includes mechanical and electrical parts and the unit is often placed in a rough environment where the components are exposed to different climate conditions. please have the following information ready when contacting Dantherm Air Handling A/S: • Name • Company • Country • Phone no. ask for the After Sales Support department and help will be provided as soon as possible: Phone: +45 96 14 37 00 Fax: +45 96 14 38 00 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contents This section covers the following topics: Topic Technical data Dimensions Wiring diagram References for the wiring diagram See page 37 38 39 41
This requires a certain amount of latent cooling but provides a dehumidification process.6 A 420 m³/h 900 m³/h 1475 m³/h R134a/1. which is an important factor in comfortable air supply conditions.02. evaporator Airflow high. max.7 kW 2.
The air conditioner has a maximum cooling capacity of 4. range Weight Noise level (1 m) low speed Noise level (1 m) high speed
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Value 230 V 1 PH/50 Hz 2. the air can be cooled below its dew point and thus condense some of the water vapour to free water.0 • 14.5 dB(A)
With/without compressor active
062367 • Version 1. evaporator Airflow.4 kW/11.0 kW/8. The operating range is between 20 and 60 °C approximately and is controlled by the HP-pressure switch. Heating capacity (option) Airflow low. max.
Data and dimensions on the cabinet are shown in the following table: Specification Voltage/PH/frequency Electric consumption. When the relative humidity of the air inlet is high. condenser Refrigerant/Load Max.Technical data
Introduction Technical data for the AC-M5 W MKII unit. refrigerant pressure Operation temp.2011
. In relatively dry locations the air temperature drop will depend on inlet conditions.7 kW.4 kg 28 Bar 20-60 °C 79 kg 49/48 dB(A) 64/63.2 A 4. Cooling capacity.
Illustration This illustrates the unit dimensions (mm):
a This is the wiring diagram for the unit.Wiring diagram
Wiring diagram.0 • 14.02.2011
. references are available on page 41:
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Wiring diagram.Wiring diagram. b
.References for the wiring diagram
References The references refer to the wiring diagram: Reference E1 M1 R1 C1 M2 C2 M3 C4 M4 C3 R2 R3 S1 B2 S2 S3 S4
Description Electrical heat 2x1000 W/230 V Compressor ZR 22 K3E-PFJ RC unit 470n + 47R X2 Capacitor for compressor 40 MF/400 V Condenser fan EBM A4E350 Capacitor for condenser fan Condensate pump Blue Diamond
Capacitor for evaporator fan 5mF/450 V low speed Evaporator fan EBM R4E280 Capacitor for evaporator fan 2.0 • 14.02.5 mF/450 V Limit air temperature sensor heat/fan Return air temperature sensor Test button (only for service) High pressure switch with auto reset Fan speed selector high-low Temperature set point Function selector Auto-Off-Fan
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