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Domestic
Air conditioner
CAUTION
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CAREFULLY TO
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CORRECTLY BEFORE
OFFERING SERVICE.
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TECHNICIANS ONLY.
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ASSUME ANY
RESPONSIBILITY FOR
PROPERTY DAMAGE
OR PERSONAL INJURY
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SERVICE
PROCEDURES DONE
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PERSON.
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-18HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)
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CONTENTS
1. GENERAL INFORMATION...............................................................3
2. SPECIFICATION...............................................................................5
3. ELECTRICAL CONTROL..................................................................8
4. THERMISTER RESISTANCE CHART.............................................26
5. TROUBLE SHOOTING....................................................................35
6. PERFORMANCE CURVES DIAGRAM...........................................48
6.1 High drop and long pipe capacity modification curves……………………….........48
6.2.1 Cooling capacity-temperature curves………………………………….................49
6.2.2 Heating capacity-temperature curves……………………………………….........53
6.3 Air outlet temp.-ambient temperature curves………………………………….........57
6.4.1 Cooling discharge pressure curves...................................................................61
6.4.2 Cooling suction pressure curves.......................................................................65
6.4.3 Heating discharge pressure curves...................................................................69
6.4.4 Heating suction pressure curves.......................................................................73
6.5 Sensible cooling value-temperature curves.........................................................77
6.6 Power consumption-temperature curves.............................................................81
6.7 Noise curves........................................................................................................85
6.8Compressor performance curves……………………………………………….........87
7. WIRING DIAGRAM..........................................................................89
8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF PCB....................................................99
9. INSTALLATION................................................................................104
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1. General information
This Service Manual describes the operation, disassembly, troubleshooting, and repair of Haier Room
Air Conditioners, etc. It is intended for use by authorized services that troubleshoot and repair these
units.
It is assumed that users of this manual are familiar with the use of tools and equipment used to
troubleshoot and repair electrical, mechanical, and refrigeration systems; and understand the
terminology used to describe and discuss them.
Haier urges you read and follow all safety precautions and warnings contained in this manual. Failure
to comply with safety information may result in severe personal injury or death.
Related Publications
This is a base service manual, covering a range of similar models. It is intended to be used in
conjunction with the Parts Manual and Technical Sheet covering specific model being serviced.
NOTE: General Precautions and Warnings
WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or death due to electrical shock, disconnect electrical power to unit
before attempting to service the unit.
WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or death due to electrical shock, DO NOT, under any circumstances,
alter the grounding plug .Air conditioner must be grounded at all times. Do not remove warning tag
from power cord. If a two-prong (non-grounding) wall receptacle is encountered, contact a qualified
electrician and have the receptacle replaced with a properly grounder wall receptacle in accordance
with the National Electrical Code.
WARNING
To avoid risk of heat exposure, which may cause death or severe illness, air conditioner must be
monitored when malfunctions or shuts down.
WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or death due to electrical shock, grounding wires and wires colored like
grounding wires are NOT to be used as current carrying conductors. The standard accepted color
coding for ground wires is green or green with a yellow stripe. Electrical components such as the
compressor and fan motor are grounded through an individual wire attached to the electrical
component and to another part of the air conditioner. Grounding wires should not to be removed from
individual components while servicing, unless the component is to be removed and replaced. It is
extremely important to replace all removed grounding wires before completing service.
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HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-18HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)

Product Features
z Photo catalyst
z Healthy negative ion
z Left &right airflow
z Bacteria-killing medium
z Intelligent airflow
z Entire auto mode
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2. Specification
Item Unit HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
Power PH, V, Hz 1ˈ230ˈ50 1ˈ230ˈ50
Climate Type T1 T1
Cooling Capacity (W) 2600W 3500W
Rated Power (W) 680W 1000W
Rated Current (A) 3.0A 4.9A
Max Power (W) 1150W 1550W
Max Current (A) 4.2A 7.0A
Cooling
EER (W/W) 3.82 3.50
Heating Capacity(W) 3400W 4200W
Rated Power (W) 930W 1250W
Rated Current (A) 4.2A 5.6A
Max Power (W) 1350W 1520W
Max Current (A) 4.5A 6.9A
Heating
COP (W/W) 3.66 3.36
Starting Current (A) 4.0 +.b
Operating temp. range (A) 16~43 16~43
Class of electric Shock Protection I I
Class of Water Proof IP24 IP24
Remote Controller Model YR-H79 YR-H79
Moisture Removal (10
-3
m
3
/h) 1.2x10-3 1.5x10-3
Max. pressure at warm side (Mpa) 4.15 4.15
Length (mm) 580±5 580±5
Drain Hose
Diameter (mm) ÷25.5±2 ÷25.5±2
H (rpm) 1150 1250
M (rpm) 1050 1150 Indoor fan Velocity
L (rpm) 950 1000
Outdoor fan Velocity H (rpm) 800 800
Air Volume (High)
Indoor
(m
3
)
490 600
Manufacture TOSHIBA TOSHIBA
Type DA89X1C-20FZ DA108X1C-20FZ3
Compressor
Compressor Oil Charge
(ml)
370cc 480cc
Type R410A R410A
Net Charge (g) 960 1140
Refrigerant
Charge if over standard
pipe length
20g/m 20g/m
Liquid pipe Diameter
(mm)
6.35 6.35 Refrigerant Pipe
Gas pipe Diameter
(mm)
9.52 9.52
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Standard length (m) 4m 4m
Max length (m) 15m 15m
Indoor (H/M/L) (dBA) 44/41/38 45/42/39
Noise Level
Outdoor (dBA) 54 52
Net (kg) 8.8 10.6
Indoor
Gross (kg) 10.6 12.6
Net (kg) 34 37.5 Weight
Outdoor Gross
(kg)
37 40.5
Net (mm) 795*265*182 938*265*182
Indoor Package
(mm)
863*330*275 1013*330*275
Net (mm) 783*543*255 783*643*255
Dimension
Outdoor Package
(mm)
930*614*340 930*714*340
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Item Unit HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)
Power PH, V, Hz 1ˈ230ˈ50 1ˈ230ˈ50
Climate Type T1 T1
Cooling Capacity (W) 5000W 6000W
Rated Power (W) 1700W 2040W
Rated Current (A) 7.5A 9.2A
Max Power (W) 2000W 2500W
Max Current (A) 9.5A 11.5A
Cooling
EER (W/W) 3.94 2.94
Heating Capacity(W) 5600W 6600W
Rated Power (W) 1830W 2160W
Rated Current (A) 8.0A 9.7A
Max Power (W) 2200W 2750W
Max Current (A) 9.5A 12.5A
Heating
COP (W/W) 3.06 3.06
Starting Current (A) 7.5 9.?
Operating temp. range (A) 16~43 16~43
Class of electric Shock Protection I I
Class of Water Proof IP24 IP24
Remote Controller Model YR-H79 YR-H79
Moisture Removal (10
-3
m
3
/h) 2.0x10-3 2.5x10-3
Max. pressure at warm side (Mpa) 4.15 4.15
Length (mm) 580±5 580±5
Drain Hose
Diameter (mm) ÷25.5±2 ÷25.5±2
H (rpm) 1350 1350
M (rpm) 1150 1150 Indoor fan Velocity
L (rpm) 1000 950
Outdoor fan Velocity H (rpm) 830 830
Air Volume (High)
Indoor
(m
3
)
670 700
Manufacture PANASONIC PANASONIC
Type 5CS130XCC03 5CS160XAA23
Compressor
Compressor Oil Charge
(ml)
480cc 600cc
Type R410A R410A
Net Charge (g) 900 1900
Refrigerant
Charge if over standard
pipe length
20g/m 20g/m
Liquid pipe Diameter
(mm)
6.35 6.35
Gas pipe Diameter
(mm)
12.7 12.7
Refrigerant Pipe

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Standard length (m) 4m 4m
Max length (m) 15m 15m
Indoor (H/M/L) (dBA) 46/43/41 48/45/42
Noise Level
Outdoor (dBA) 57 58
Net (kg) 17 17
Indoor
Gross (kg) 20 20
Net (kg) 43 54.5 Weight
Outdoor Gross
(kg)
48 58.5
Net (mm) 938*265*182 1155*308*224
Indoor Package
(mm)
1013*333*275 1225*310*371
Net (mm) 820*310*682 865*335*732
Dimension
Outdoor Package
(mm)
949×406×745 995*420*815
3. Electrical control



. Application Range
This specification use for HSU-09/12/18/22HC03/R2˄DB˅frequency conversion air condition are
manufactured by Haier air condition parent company. "Setting value" (express in parameter) in this
specification means is a parameter that is stored in EEPROM. Refer to [EEPROM parameter table].
Indoor Unit
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. Temperature Adjusting function
2.1
This function will decide the outdoor unit’s running speed according to the indoor temperature and the
set temperature.
Control the indoor blower fan according to the need for temperature adjusting when the wind rate is
automatic.
Control the indoor blower fan according to the disc-tube temperature when it’s running for heating.
2.1.1 Indoor environment temperature sensor specification
Under the conditions of short circuit or open circuit, the indicative light will flash an alarm and the
indoor blower fan stops. When it returns to normal conditions, the operation will come back to normal.
Short circuit
Temperature: over 126ć. Sixteen scales: over F8H. Resistance value: below 0.65 K.
Normal temperature
Temperature: 25ć. Sixteen scale: 40H Resistance value: 23K.
Disconnection
Temperature: below minus 31 ć. Sixteen scale: below 08H. Resistance value: below 620K. Voltage:
below 0.15 V
B index=4200 R (25ć) =23K
2.1.2 The specification of indoor environment pipe temperature sensor
2.1.3 During the time when the heat running starts and indoor blower fan stops or when the warm boot
starts and within 30 seconds after the indoor blower fan starts, the resistance value for indoor
environment temperature sensor will be neglected.
2.2 The frequency kept when the frequency rises.
When the operation enters into the work mode, in order to insure the full oil-returning, some frequency
should be kept for some time.
Indication time Indication
frequency
Cooling & moisture
removing
Heating Heating
& Frost removing
Frequency kept
60 seconds 60 seconds 30 seconds 58 Hz
When the unit is switched on and the forcible running is over, the temperature level control starts.
2.3 Modify the set temperature
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The set temperature can be modified according to the unit’s operation mode, wind volume or whether
it is under forceful running condition.
The modification of wind volume is only limited within the switch between weak and medium of wind
volume when it is under heating mode.
Modification index table for set temperature
Mode Content of modification Modified variable Modified parameter
Operation mode modification ETBL0 4.67ć
Forceful operation modification ETBL1 6ć
Weak wind volume modification ETBL2 4.67ć
Heating
Medium wind volume
modification
ETBL3 4.67ć
Operation mode modification ETBL4 -0.33ć Cooling &
moisture
removing
Forceful operation modification ETBL5 -4ć
2.4 temperature level control
2.4.1 Deviation
Work out the deviation of temperature level as follows:
In heating mode: E = (Remote-control set temperature+ modified value)-room temperature
In cooling & moisture removing mode: E = room temperature -(Remote-control set temperature +
modified value)
2.4.2 Compressor OFF
E is minus and |E|>ǻT
Heating Cooling
ǻT TCHAHL 0.67 TCHACL 0.33
After ǻT changes TCHAHH 0.67 TCHACH 1
condition for ǻT
changes
E•3.0ć when operation starts
The compressor stops after 120 seconds of continuous detection
When the operation starts, according to the table above, the unit will operate according to the
after-the-ǻT-change parameters before the compressor stops for the first time.
From the time the compressor stops to the time it starts again, the operation will follow the ǻT (except
the moisture removing mode)
When the operation starts and the operation modes change (except when the idle mode is over) and
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the deviation is bigger than –ǻT, the compressor starts.
When the compressor is working and the remote-controller set temperature falls below –ǻT, the
compressor stops.
2.4.3 Compressor operation
When the compressor is kept idle for 3 minutes, the deviation E will be higher than -ƸT+0.67ć and
the compressor will start working.
2.4.4 DASH operation
When the operation starts or the operation mode changes (except when the compressor is switched
on after being off), the compressor is on and the indicated maximum frequency should be as follows:
Cooling deviation to zero
Moisture removing deviation to level G
Heating deviation to level F
There will be no DASH operation under trial operation, emergency operation and silent operation
modes.
2.4.5 Temperature adjusting of different levels. (DASH operation conditions under different modes)
cooling/ moisture removing /heating /level / cooling / moisture removing /heating /Value E/<120
seconds/ 3-minute idle mode /compressor restart
2.4.6 Frequencies for different levels
Within different levels, the indicated frequencies are(the frequency the indoor unit transmits to the
outdoor unit) as follows˗
Under the cooling & moisture-removing mode, level A and B have the same frequency.
Under the silent mode, levels A-E have the same frequency with level F
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Indicated frequency Frequency
range
Temperature
change level
Heating FQHOT [0—7] 36-80Hz A—H
Silent
heating
FQSHOT [0—2] 36-72Hz F—H
Moisture
removing
FQDRY [0—7] 36-80Hz B—H
Cooling FQCOOL [0—7] 36-80Hz B—H
Silent
cooling
FQSCOOL [0—2] 36-64Hz F—H
The maximum frequency value refers to the max value listed above.
The maximum and minimum values for cooling and heating are the maximum and minimum values for
correspondent items.
2.4.7 Controlled frequency for the same level
The indicated frequency when a level remains unchanged after the compressor operates with the
same frequency for 3 minutes.
The timing will start again when there is a different frequency input. If the temperature level remains
unchanged for 3 minutes, the indicated frequency will change again (add FQUPH or FQUPL)
Controlling form for the same level
Levels of temperature change
A B C D E F G H
Heating FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (1Hz) FQUP
(1Hz)
Cooling
&moisture
removing
FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (1Hz) FQUP
(1Hz)
FQUPH˖2Hz˗ FQUPL˖1Hz
2.4.8 Select the wind volume when it is set automatic
When the wind volume is automatic, it can be switched between strong, medium and weak according
to the temperature adjusting levels.
Wind volume under the automatic wind volume mode
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Temperature adjusting levels
A B C D E F G H I
Heating Strong Strong Strong Strong Strong Medium Weak Weak SLO
cooling Strong Strong Strong Medium Medium Weak Weak Weak
Moisture
removing
Strong Medium Medium Medium Weak Weak SLO SLO
2.5 Frost removing
Under the intensive-running protection mode, the protection control will be in priority
The compressor does not stop
Under heating operation mode, the outdoor unit sends a frost-removing signal (I21=10) and the indoor
unit will start the frost-removing control until the outdoor unit transmits the signal to end the
frost-removing. Then the indoor unit starts the heating operation, indication levels and wind volume
control will operate following the heating temperature levels.
2.6 Wind volume limit
When the compressor is working and the max setting for indoor blower fan is medium or weak, the
upper limit of indicated frequency is as follows:
Frequency control form for wind volume
Limited frequency
variables
Limited frequency
Medium wind volume FQLIMMD 80Hz
Weak wind volume FQLIMLO 52Hz
Limited frequency for
up/down health wind
FUPHEAL 40Hz
When judging the conditions for frequency limit under the heating mode, first judge if the unit has been
set to weak wind volume or health wind modes. If it has been set to one or both of the modes, then
follow the table below for the limit modification.
Outdoor temperature
condition
Indicated frequency
011(Below 20ć) Limited frequency for weak or
health wind
010(15-20ć) Limited frequency for weak or
health wind +FUPHEA1
10
001(10-15ć) Limited frequency for weak or
health wind+ FUPHEA2
15
000(below10ć) Normal frequency
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Indoor blower fan control
When the wind volume is manually medium, the running speed is (strong + weak)/2.
When it is automatically medium, the running speed is (strong automatic+ weak automatic)/2(not
counted if it is not up to 10rpm)
3.1heat running
3.1.1 Warm boot
When the heat running starts or the frost removing ends and the compressor starts again, in order to
avoid cold wind, warm boot wind volume control should be done.
Heat exchange temperature
THHOT3
37.0ć
THHOT2
35.2ć
THHOT1
25.2ć 4 minutes
THHOTR
16ć
Stop weak setting weak stop
To control the indoor blower fan as shown in the table above according to the heat exchange
temperature
When the heat exchange temperature rises to the level between THHOT1 and THHOT2 and even
after 4 minutes it cannot reach the level between THHOT2 and THHOT3, enter into the next level
without referring to the heat exchange temperature.
The blower fan stops when the heat exchange temperature is below 25ć
The blower fan is working slightly weak when the heat exchange temperature is above 25 ć and
below 35ć
The blower fan is working weak if the he heat exchange temperature remains 35ć for less than 4
minutes.
The blower fan works as set if the he heat exchange temperature remains 35ć for more than 4
minutes
The blower fan works as set if the he heat exchange temperature remains above 37ć
slightly
weak
slightly
weak
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3.1.2 When the compressor stops and remains idle for 3 minutes
20 seconds after the compressor stops, the wind volume is weak (switching to SSLO in silent running
mode) and then slightly weak.
If the compressor stops when the heat running starts, the wind volume is weak
3.1.3 Restart of the compressor
The wind volume is set by the remote-controller after the warm boot.
.select the wind volume by the temperature in the automatic wind volume modeDŽ
Refer to the temperature level control function
3.1.4 Frost-removing operation
The blower stops after 20 seconds
When receiving the I21=11 signal from the outdoor unit in the heat frost-removing mode, warm boot
will be done according to the hear exchange sensor. The wind volume control is the same with 3.1.1
When the frost-removing process if over, if the compressor is on, the wind volume control will be
warm-booted; if the compressor if switched off, the wind volume will be weak.
3.2 cooling running
The wind volume can be set to strong, medium and weak.
Automatic wind volume function will decide the wind volume according to the temperature
3.3 Moisture removing running
3.3.1 Compressor off, idle mode for 3 minutes
The blower fan stops as the compressor stops
The operation is weak after 3 minutes’ idle mode
After stand by for 3 minutes, the compressor is on.
3.3.2 Compressors on
The compressor operates as the set wind volume when the wind volume is set to be strong, medium or
weak
The wind volume is decided according to the temperature adjusting when the wind volume is set to be
automatic.
Picture 3.4
Moisture removing running
Level H 3minutes idle mode
Compressor
OFF

Setting slightly weak OFF weak weak setting
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Powerful running
Powerful running for 15 minutes
The running stops or ends the powerful running after 15 minutes
The mode switch ends the powerful running
Enter into the silent mode, normal running mode or timed switching on mode to end the powerful
running
When in automatic mode, there are powerful and silent functions for your choice. When the main unit
is in cooling mode, it operates with powerful cooling or silent cooling. When the main unit is in heating
mode, it operates with powerful heating or silent heating. When the main unit is in wind-sending mode,
there are no powerful or silent modes.
4.1 Powerful heating
Change the set temperature. With temperature adjusting function
The wind volume is the automatic medium
When in frost removing mode, the outdoor unit does not accept the communication signal for powerful
running
After 15 minutes of powerful running, the compressor can not be off within 10 minutes
4.2 Powerful cooling
Change the set temperature. With temperature adjusting function
The wind volume is the automatic strong
After the compressor starts, there will be no low-intense running protection within 3 minutes
4.3 There is no powerful mode for wind-sending and moisture removing

Silent running
Send the silent running signal to the outdoor unit
5.1 Silent hearing
The wind volume is SSLO after the compressor is on
The wind volume will be kept SSLO within 20 seconds after the compressor stops and then changes to
weak
5.2 Silent cooling
The wind volume is SSLO
5.3 There is no silent mode for moisture removing and wind-sending.
Air cleaning
If the blower fan starts working after receiving the remote-control order, the aion generator starts
working and sends out ions.
The ion generator stops as the blower fan stops.
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When the ion generator is OFF and the air cleaning function is on, the blower fan starts running and
the ion generator starts working again.
Timed running
Set the time duration according to the time difference between the clock for timing and the current
clock
In timing mode, the display panel will flash the light at fixed times
7.1 Timed OFF
When this function is set, operation modes on the panel display will not change. The timing icon will
show and the operation stops when the set time comes.
7.2 Timed ON
When this function is on, the panel display will only display a question mark. The unit will operate as
the set mode when the time comes.
7.3 Timed ON/OFF
The unit will start operating or stop according to the order of your setting.
Sleeping Running
8.1
When under the mode of cooling or moisture removing, the set temperature will rise by 1ć after 1
hour and another 1 ć after the next hour. 6 more hours later the operation stops.
8.2
Under the heating mode, the set temperature will fall by 2ć every 1 hour within the first two hours. It
will rise by 1 ć after another 3 hours and stop after running for 3 hours.
8.3
If the indoor blower fan is set to be strong wind before setting the sleeping running, it will be medium
wind after setting the sleeping running. If the indoor blower fan is set to be medium wind before setting
the sleeping running, it will be weak wind after setting the sleeping running. If the indoor blower fan is
set to be weak wind before setting the sleeping running, the running speed of the blower will not
change.

Automatic running
9.1 Automatic running mode
Under this mode, the MCU will choose the work mode according to the room temperature so as to
keep the set temperature (set 23ć for heating mode and 26ć for cooling mode)
When the unit is powered on for the first time and the room temperature is equal to or below 23ć, it
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will start the heating mode or the cooling mode when the room temperature is higher than 23ć
Enter into the heating mode and follow the heating process (supposed temperature 23ć). When the
temperature is high enough to stop the compressor, the compressor stops and there will 3 minutes of
idle mode. If the compressor senses the incoming wind temperature is higher than 23ć after it stops
for 15 minutes, the unit will switch to cooling mode. Otherwise it will keep the heating mode.
Enter into the cooling mode and follow the cooling process (supposed temperature 26 ć).
Compensation temperature difference will be cancelled automatically. When the temperature is high
enough to stop the compressor, the compressor stops and there will be 3 minutes for idle mode. If the
If the compressor senses the incoming wind temperature is equal to or below 23ć after it stops for 15
minutes, the unit will switch to heating mode. The compensation temperature will be added
automatically. Otherwise it will keep the cooling mode.
When the unit switches from other modes to automatic mode, if the work state changes (judge first and
then work), there will be 3 minutes for idle mode. Ant then the temperature will change to the judged
level according to the incoming wind temperature.
Trial running
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The indicated frequency for trial running is 58Hz, wind volume is strong.
The trial running will last for 30 minutes and then the unit will be powered off. The unit will exit the trial
running if it receives any remote-control signal during the trial running period.
There is no low-intense running protection.
Low Work-intense protection control
Specification for heat-exchange temperature sensor
B fixed number=3700 R(25ć)= 10Kȍ
Under the cooling /moisture removing modes, the low work-intense protection will be carried out
according to the heat-exchange temperatures as shown in the table below.
Low Work-intense protection control
Picture 11.1
Heat-exchange temperature
THLHEATBL3
THLHEATBL2
THLHEATBL1
THLHEATBL0
Indication
level Normal level2 level 1 stop level 1 level 2
normal
Low Work-intense protection control will be neglected in the trial running.
Low Work-intense protection control will be cancelled for 3 minutes temporarily after the powerful
cooling starts for 1 minute
(THLH[3ˈ2ˈ1ˈ0]= 7ć ˈ4.6ćˈ2.2ćˈ-0.5ć)
High Work-intense protection control
Under the heating mode, the high work-intense protection will be carried out according to the
heat-exchange temperatures as shown in the table below.
High Work-intense protection control:
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Heat-exchange temperature frequency values when the high work-intense starts
THHEAT6 74.7
THHEAT5 70.3
THHEAT4 65.1
THHEAT3 62.2
THHEAT2 52.9
THHEAT1 51.6
THHEAT0 47.1
Indicated
frequency
C D E D C B A B C D E
Normal idle mode
stop

High Work-intense protection High Work-intense protection alarm
High Work-intense protection alarm will start if there are two times of high work-intense protection
within 30 minutes.
If the heat-exchange temperature does not reach THHEAT [2], it will resume to the normal temperature
level control
The smaller one of the high work-intense frequency and level frequency will be the operation data.
1. EEPROM control
EEPROM is wrong when the EEPROM parameter sum does not accord with the check sum after the
outdoor unit is powered on.
The outdoor unit EEPROM is wrong will be displayed when the indoor unit receives wrong EEPROM
signals from the outdoor unit.
In this case the control and emergency operation are not allowed.
Unplug the unit to shoot the problem.
. Special functions
1. Power failure compensation
a. To enter into the function please press the sleep key 10 times with 4 beeps in 7 seconds and store
the current state in the EEPROM of the indoor unit.
b. The indoor unit operates as follows when under the power failure compensation mode.
Remote-control the emergency signal. The indoor unit operates as the remote-control and the
emergency setting and store the current state in the EEPROM in the indoor unit.
The main unit operates as the set state on the display panel and stores the state in the EEPROM.
Under the power failure compensation mode, unplug and plug again, the main unit will send the
signals for current operation and power failure compensation to the indoor unit panel.
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a. Press the sleep key for 10 times with 2 beeps in 7 seconds to exit.
b. To set the timing and sleep function under the power failure compensation mode please plugs the
unit after power failure and the main unit memory would be OFF state.
.System Major Function
Sensor Code Definition: Tai= Indoor Ambient Temperature, Tao=Outdoor Ambient Temperature,
Tc1=Indoor Coil, Td= Air Discharge, Te= Outdoor Coil, Ts=Air Intake
1.1 Outdoor Unit Operation Frequency and Control
1.1.1 Compressor Operation Frequency Control
Compressor Operation Frequency Range:
1.1.2 Compressor Startup
Regardless of target frequency of indoor unit, each time when compressor is from off to on, it must
maintain 60Hz,90Hz for one minute (Frequency will be immediately decreased under the condition that
outdoor unit air discharge temperature overheating protection is activated or over current of
compressor) then the compressor will operate towards target frequency. This process does not exist in
normal operation of unit.
Outdoor Unit
Outdoor
Temperature
İ+ lllkOM¹ 0\C9 ) +ī!8 ı!8 lllkOM¹ 0\C^ )
Heating˄|z˅ !¯ī90 lllkOM¹ 0\0¯ ) !¯ī80 lllkOM¹ 0\0b ) !¯ī¯0 lllkOM¹ 0\0¯)
Defrosting˄|z˅ 88
Outdoor
Temperature
İ?3lllkOM¹ 0\C¯ ) ?3ī3? ı3? lllkOM¹ 0\C8 )
Cooling˄|z˅ !¯ī¯0 lllkOM¹ 0\0? ) !¯ī¯¯ lllkOM¹ 0\03 ) !¯ī8¯ lllkOM¹ 0\0+ )
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1.1.3 Heating:
When completing compressor startup operation, it will operate as per frequency of indoor unit.
After 2 minutes, compressor operation frequency will be compensated as per relevant conditions.
1.1.4 Cooling & Dehumidification:
When completing compressor startup operation, it will operate as per frequency of indoor unit.
After 2 minutes, compressor operation frequency will be compensated as per relevant conditions.
1.1.5 Compressor Frequency Increase/Decrease Speed
Rapid Frequency Increase/Decrease Speed 1 ----------1HZ/s
Slow Frequency Increase/Decrease Speed 2 -----------1HZ/10s
1.2 Outdoor Fan Control
Outdoor
Temperature
´!0 !0ī?¯ ı?¯
Cooling ¦o» ¦o» |`_h
Heating |`_h ¦o» ¦o»
Compressor Operation Frequency
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lllkOM¹ 0\Cb)
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1.3 Outdoor Electronic Expansion Valve Control
1.3.1 The following is a description of electronic expansion valve operation:
Energization Initial Operation
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Valve Complete Off Operation
Valve operation after Compressor Startup and shutdown.
Compressor Startup: Opening of valve must ensure restart of compressor when reaching benchmark
opening.
Compressor Shutdown It ensures complete off of valve after compressor shuts down.
1.3.2 Around the 2nd minute after compressor startup, valve opening can be adjusted based on
various outdoor ambient temperature and corresponding frequency.
Overheat benchmark will be adjusted if air discharge temperature is too high or too low in cooling or
heating mode.
1.3.3 Valve Adjustment Time Interval and Method
Valve Adjustment in Cooling Mode
In cooling mode, if Tao>Tai
The system will adjust valve based on difference between compressor intake air temperature and
indoor unit coil temperature.
Valve Adjustment in Heating Mode
The system will adjust valve based on difference between compressor intake air temperature and
defrosting temperature.
1.4 Four-way Valve Control
Defrosting Four-way Valve Controlˈ(please see defrosting process for details)
Time sequence of the defrosting operation is as follows:
Four-way Valve Work Status in Other Modes:
In heating mode, four-way valve is on. If compressor is off or is switched to non-heating mode,
four-way valve ensures that it is off at least 2 minutes after compressor shuts down.
1.5 Outdoor Defrosting Control
1.5.1 Defrosting Mode Entry Conditions
The unit will enter defrosting mode when compressor starts up and operates for 10 minutes
continuously in heating mode or after compressor runs for an accumulated time of 45 minutes (Upon
completion of defrosting or when switched to cooling mode, compressor accumulated operation time
will be cleared) and when 2 minutes’ continuous checking by defrosting sensor TE (check frosting
condition of outdoor unit heat exchanger) and outdoor ambient temperature sensor TA meets the
following conditions:
TE”C×TAˉĮ
Among which: C:TA˘0ćˈC=0.8
TA•0ćˈC=0.6
For area prone to frost, the value is set at 6 when unit leaves the factory.
Defrosting entry temperature control -15 ”C×TA ć ˉĮ”-5ć
1.5.2 Defrosting Time Interval
time interval between two defrosting cycles is 45 minutes.
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1.5.3 Defrosting Operation
When defrosting begins, compressor will stop for one minute, external fan is running and 50s later,
four-way valve will be off.
When compressor starts, external fan will be off, compressor will run at 60HZ for 60s then move on to
target frequency of 80HZ.
During defrosting, compressor current and air discharge overheat protection features are effective.
During defrosting, if compressor shuts down due to activation of protection feature or due to
malfunction, it will resume after 3 minutes. In the unit is still within defrosting cycle, it will resume
defrosting and startup of compressor will be based on the rule for defrosting startup. (The unit will exit
defrosting mode and handle fault in the event of 3 consecutive restart failures.)
On entering defrosting, it must guarantee that compressor will operate for a minimum of 2 minutes in
defrosting mode before exit.
1.5.4 Defrosting Exit Condition
When one of the following conditions is met, defrosting operation will be switched to heating operation.
˄1˅:Temperature of outdoor heat exchanger exceeds 7 for 80s continuously ć
˄2˅: Temperature of outdoor heat exchanger exceeds 12 for 5s continuously ć
˄3˅:Defrosting operation continues for 9 minutes.

1.5.5 When defrosting exit conditions are met, the unit will operate as follows
Compressor stops and external fan starts, 50s later, four-way valve will be on, 60s later, compressor
will operate as per startup process.
1.6 PTC Output Control
When outdoor unit is energized, PTC output value is 0, 10s later, output value is 1.
When compressor stops for 10 minutes continuously, PTC output value is 0.
On receiving compressor startup instruction, initial PTC output is 1, and compressor startup will be
performed 5s later.
. System Protection Function
2.1 Time interval between compressor shutdown and restart is set at 3 minutes to ensure that
compressor will only restart after 3-minute shutdown and initial energization valves are turned on to
adequate opening position after being fully turned off.
2.2 TD High Temperature Protections
As long as unit is on, the TD air discharge overheat protection feature will be activated, yet air
discharge sensor fault must be alarmed 4 minutes after compressor starts.
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TD˄ć˅
Abnormal Shutdown
1 1 7
Rapid frequency drop˄1HZ/s˅
1 1 2
Slow frequency drop (1HZ/10s)
1 0 8
Invariable frequency
1 0 5
Frequency rise (1HZ/10s)
98
Frequency rise˄1HZ/1 s˅
When TD>110 for 20s continuously ć ˈair discharge overheat protection will be activated and fault will
be reported to indoor unit.
It will not continue in other conditions.
2.3 Outdoor Temperature Limit
Cooling: When outdoor temperature is lower than 15 , cooling operation will start, compressor ć
frequency is limited to less than 50 HZ, outdoor wind speed is forced at level 1.
Heating: When outdoor temperature is higher than 20 , heating operation will start, compressor ć
frequency is limited to less than 50 HZ, outdoor wind speed is forced at level 1.
2.4 Rated Operation
Rated Cooling:
When receiving the instruction of indoor unit rated operation, the unit will start rated cooling operation.
Rated Heating:
When receiving the instruction of indoor unit rated operation, the unit will start rated heating operation.
2.5 Special Features
1. Forced Cooling: When receiving indoor forced cooling signal, cooling operation will start in a
frequency signaled by indoor unit. Only air discharge temperature and over current protection features
are effective and other protection features are invalid.
2. Rated, Middle and Minimum Capacity Operation: When receiving indoor, rated, middle and
minimum capacity operation signal, outdoor unit will operate as per wind speed and frequency set by
EEPROM and all the protection features are effective.
2.6 Fault Display and Treatment
In case outdoor unit faults, the alarm indicator lamp will blink and blink frequency is 1HZˈTime interval
between blink cycles is 3s.
Alarm indicator lamp is off when there is no fault.
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4. Thermistor resistance chart
Indoor ambiend temperature sensor
Temp. (ć) R (KO) Power Input (V)
-20 281.34 0.33
-19 263.56 0.35
-18 247.84 0.37
-17 231.66 0.40
-16 217.35 0.42
-15 204.02 0.45
-14 191.61 0.47
-13 180.04 0.50
-12 169.24 0.53
-11 159.17 0.56
-10 149.77 0.59
-9 140.99 0.62
-8 132.78 0.65
-7 126.11 0.69
-6 117.93 0.73
-5 111.22 0.76
-4 104.93 0.80
-3 98.04 0.84
-2 93.52 0.88
-1 88.35 0.92
0 83.50 0.97
1 78.94 1.01
2 74.67 1.06
3 70.65 1.10
4 66.88 1.15
5 63.33 1.20
6 60.00 1.25
7 56.88 1.00
8 53.91 1.35
9 51.15 1.41
10 48.51 1.46
11 46.04 1.51
12 43.72 1.57
13 41.52 1.63
14 39.45 1.68
15 37.50 1.74
16 35.66 1.80
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17 33.92 1.85
18 32.27 1.91
19 30.72 1.97
20 29.25 2.00
21 27.85 2.09
22 26.54 2.15
23 25.30 2.21
24 24.12 2.27
25 23.00 2.33
26 21.94 2.38
27 20.94 2.44
28 19.99 2.50
29 19.09 2.56
30 18.23 2.62
31 17.42 2.67
32 16.65 2.73
33 15.92 2.78
34 15.22 2.84
35 14.56 2.89
36 13.93 2.95
37 13.04 3.00
38 12.77 3.05
39 12.23 3.10
40 11.71 3.15
41 11.22 3.20
42 10.76 3.25
43 10.31 3.30
44 9.89 3.35
45 9.46 3.39
46 9.10 3.44
47 8.74 3.48
48 8.39 3.52
49 8.05 3.57
50 7.73 3.51
51 7.43 3.65
52 7.14 3.68
53 6.86 3.72
54 6.60 3.76
55 6.34 3.80
56 6.10 3.83
57 5.87 3.37
58 5.65 3.90
59 5.44 3.93
60 5.24 3.96
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61 5.04 3.99
62 4.86 4.02
63 4.68 4.05
64 4.51 4.08
65 4.35 4.11
66 4.13 4.13
67 4.04 4.16
68 3.90 4.18
69 3.76 4.21
70 3.63 4.23
71 3.50 4.25
72 3.38 4.28
73 3.26 4.30
74 3.15 4.32
75 3.04 4.34
76 2.94 4.36
77 2.84 4.38
78 2.74 4.40
79 2.65 4.42
80 2.56 4.43
Indoor pipe temperature sensor
Temperature(ć) R(KO) Power Input(V)
-20 90.79 0.90
-19 85.72 0.95
-18 80.96 0.99
-17 76.51 1.04
-16 72.33 1.08
-15 68.41 1.13
-14 64.73 1.18
-13 61.27 1.23
-12 58.02 1.28
-11 54.97 1.33
-10 52.10 1.39
-9 49.40 1.44
-8 46.88 1.50
-7 44.46 1.55
-6 42.21 1.61
-5 40.08 1.66
-4 38.08 1.72
-3 36.19 1.78
-2 34.41 1.84
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-1 32.73 1.90
0 31.24 1.98
1 29.84 2.01
2 28.22 2.07
3 26.88 2.13
4 25.61 2.19
5 24.41 2.25
6 23.27 2.31
7 22.20 2.37
8 21.18 2.43
9 20.21 2.49
10 19.30 2.54
11 18.43 2.60
12 17.61 2.56
13 16.83 2.72
14 16.09 2.77
15 15.38 2.83
16 14.71 2.88
17 14.08 2.93
18 13.48 2.99
19 12.90 3.04
20 12.38 3.09
21 11.64 3.14
22 11.34 3.19
23 10.87 3.24
24 10.43 3.29
25 10.00 3.33
26 9.59 3.38
27 9.21 3.42
28 8.84 3.47
29 8.48 3.51
30 8.15 3.55
31 7.83 2.59
32 7.52 3.63
33 7.23 3.67
34 6.95 3.71
35 6.68 3.75
36 6.43 3.78
37 6.19 3.82
38 5.95 3.86
39 5.73 3.89
40 5.52 3.92
41 5.32 3.95
42 5.12 3.98
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43 4.93 4.01
44 4.75 4.04
45 4.58 4.07
46 4.42 4.10
47 4.26 4.12
48 4.11 4.15
49 3.97 4.17
50 3.83 4.20
51 3.70 4.22
52 3.57 4.24
53 3.45 4.26
54 3.33 4.28
55 3.22 4.31
56 3.11 4.33
57 3.00 4.35
58 2.90 4.37
59 2.81 4.38
60 2.72 4.40
61 2.63 4.42
62 2.54 4.44
63 2.45 4.45
64 2.36 4.47
65 2.30 4.48
66 2.23 4.50
67 2.15 4.51
68 2.09 4.53
69 2.03 4.54
70 1.96 4.55
71 1.90 4.57
72 1.85 4.58
73 1.79 4.59
74 1.73 4.60
75 1.68 4.61
76 1.63 4.62
77 1.58 4.63
78 1.54 4.64
79 1.49 4.65
80 1.45 4.66
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20ć !?.3b
21ć !!.8+
22ć !!.3¯
23ć !0.88
24ć !0.+3
25ć !0
26ć 9.¯9?
Outdoor ambient temp.sensor and Pipe sensor
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27ć 9.?0+
28ć 8.833
29ć 8.+¯9
30ć 8.!+!
31ć ¯.8!9
32ć ¯.¯!!
33ć ¯.?!¯
34ć b.93b
35ć b.bb8
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42ć ¯.09
43ć +.90?
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45ć +.¯+9
46ć +.383
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50ć 3.¯88
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57ć ?.9¯b
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63ć ?.+08
64ć ?.3?9
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71ć !.8¯!
72ć !.¯93
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temperature Max Nomal Min temperature Max Nomal Min
(ć) (KO) (KO) (KO) (ć) (KO) (KO) (KO)
-30 14646.0505 12061.7438 9924.4999 -2.96 2.45 57 129.2457 122.1630 115.3645 -1.40 1.34
-29 13654.1707 11267.8730 9290.2526 -2.95 2.44 58 123.8956 117.2504 110.8618 -1.37 1.32
-28 12735.8378 10531.3695 8700.6388 -2.93 2.44 59 118.7926 112.5589 106.5564 -1.35 1.30
-27 11885.1336 9847.7240 8152.2338 -2.92 2.43 60 113.9241 108.0776 102.4388 -1.32 1.28
-26 11096.6531 9212.8101 7641.8972 -2.91 2.42 61 109.2784 103.7961 98.5000 -1.30 1.26
-25 10365.4565 8622.8491 7166.7474 -2.90 2.42 62 104.8443 99.7046 94.7315 -1.28 1.23
-24 9687.0270 8074.3787 6724.1389 -2.88 2.41 63 100.6112 95.7939 91.1253 -1.25 1.21
-23 9057.2314 7564.2244 6311.6413 -2.87 2.41 64 96.5692 92.0553 87.6735 -1.23 1.19
-22 8472.2852 7089.4741 5927.0206 -2.86 2.40 65 92.7088 88.4805 84.3690 -1.20 1.17
-21 7928.7217 6647.4547 5568.2222 -2.84 2.39 66 89.0211 85.0614 81.2048 -1.18 1.15
-20 7423.3626 6235.7109 5233.3554 -2.83 2.39 67 85.4976 81.7908 78.1744 -1.15 1.12
-19 6953.2930 5851.9864 4920.6791 -2.82 2.38 68 82.1303 78.6615 75.2715 -1.13 1.10
-18 6515.8375 5494.2064 4628.5894 -2.80 2.37 69 78.9116 75.6668 72.4902 -1.10 1.08
-17 6108.5393 5160.4621 4355.6078 -2.79 2.37 70 75.8343 72.8004 69.8249 -1.08 1.06
-16 5729.1413 4848.9963 4100.3708 -2.77 2.36 71 72.8916 70.0561 67.2703 -1.05 1.03
-15 5375.5683 4558.1906 3861.6201 -2.76 2.35 72 70.0770 67.4283 64.8213 -1.03 1.01
-14 5045.9114 4286.5535 3638.1938 -2.75 2.34 73 67.3844 64.9115 62.4731 -1.00 0.99
-13 4738.4141 4032.7098 3429.0191 -2.73 2.34 74 64.8080 62.5006 60.2211 -0.98 0.96
-12 4451.4586 3795.3910 3233.1039 -2.72 2.33 75 62.3423 60.1906 58.0609 -0.95 0.94
-11 4183.5548 3573.4260 3049.5312 -2.70 2.32 76 59.9821 57.9770 55.9885 -0.92 0.92
-10 3933.3289 3365.7336 2877.4527 -2.69 2.31 77 57.7223 55.8552 53.9998 -0.90 0.89
-9 3699.5139 3171.3148 2716.0828 -2.67 2.30 78 55.5583 53.8210 52.0912 -0.87 0.87
-8 3480.9407 2989.2460 2564.6945 -2.66 2.29 79 53.4856 51.8706 50.2591 -0.85 0.84
-7 3276.5302 2818.6731 2422.6139 -2.64 2.28 80 51.5000 50.0000 48.5000 -0.85 0.84
-6 3085.2854 2658.8058 2289.2164 -2.63 2.28 81 49.7063 48.2057 46.7083 -0.85 0.85
-5 2906.2851 2508.9126 2163.9230 -2.61 2.27 82 47.9835 46.4842 44.9911 -0.89 0.89
-4 2738.6777 2368.3158 2046.1961 -2.60 2.26 83 46.3286 44.8323 43.3452 -0.93 0.92
-3 2581.6752 2236.3876 1935.5371 -2.58 2.25 84 44.7385 43.2468 41.7672 -0.96 0.95
-2 2434.5487 2112.5459 1831.4826 -2.56 2.24 85 43.2105 41.7248 40.2540 -1.00 0.99
-1 2296.6230 1996.2509 1733.6024 -2.55 2.23 86 41.7386 40.2604 38.7996 -1.03 1.02
0 2167.2730 1887.0018 1641.4966 -2.53 2.22 87 40.3241 38.8545 37.4048 -1.07 1.06
1 2045.9191 1784.3336 1554.7931 -2.52 2.21 88 38.9643 37.5045 36.0668 -1.11 1.09
2 1932.0242 1687.8144 1473.1460 -2.50 2.20 89 37.6569 36.2078 34.7831 -1.14 1.13
3 1825.0899 1597.0431 1396.2333 -2.48 2.19 90 36.3996 34.9622 33.5513 -1.18 1.16
4 1724.6540 1511.6468 1323.7551 -2.47 2.17 91 35.1903 33.7653 32.3689 -1.22 1.19
5 1630.2870 1431.2787 1255.4324 -2.45 2.16 92 34.0269 32.6151 31.2338 -1.26 1.23
6 1541.5904 1355.6163 1191.0048 -2.43 2.15 93 32.9075 31.5096 30.1438 -1.30 1.27
7 1458.1938 1284.3593 1130.2298 -2.41 2.14 94 31.8302 30.4467 29.0970 -1.33 1.30
8 1379.7528 1217.2282 1072.8813 -2.40 2.13 95 30.7933 29.4246 28.0915 -1.37 1.34
9 1305.9472 1153.9626 1018.7481 -2.38 2.12 96 29.7950 28.4417 27.1254 -1.41 1.37
10 1236.4792 1094.3200 967.6334 -2.36 2.11 97 28.8337 27.4961 26.1970 -1.45 1.41
11 1171.0715 1038.0743 919.3533 -2.35 2.09 98 27.9078 26.5864 25.3048 -1.49 1.44
12 1109.4661 985.0146 873.7359 -2.33 2.08 99 27.0160 25.7110 24.4470 -1.53 1.48
13 1051.4226 934.9440 830.6210 -2.31 2.07 100 26.1569 24.8685 23.6222 -1.57 1.52
14 996.7169 887.6792 789.8583 -2.29 2.06 101 25.3290 24.0574 22.8291 -1.61 1.55
15 945.1404 843.0486 751.3077 -2.27 2.04 102 24.5311 23.2765 22.0662 -1.65 1.59
16 896.4981 800.8922 714.8380 -2.26 2.03 103 23.7620 22.5245 21.3323 -1.69 1.63
17 850.6086 761.0603 680.3265 -2.24 2.02 104 23.0205 21.8002 20.6261 -1.73 1.66
18 807.3024 723.4134 647.6580 -2.22 2.00 105 22.3055 21.1025 19.9465 -1.77 1.70
19 766.4212 687.8205 616.7252 -2.20 1.99 106 21.6159 20.4303 19.2924 -1.81 1.74
20 727.8172 654.1596 587.4271 -2.18 1.98 107 20.9508 19.7825 18.6626 -1.85 1.77
21 691.3524 622.3161 559.6694 -2.16 1.96 108 20.3091 19.1582 18.0563 -1.89 1.81
22 656.8979 592.1831 533.3634 -2.14 1.95 109 19.6899 18.5564 17.4723 -1.93 1.85
23 624.3328 563.6604 508.4261 -2.12 1.93 110 19.0924 17.9761 16.9098 -1.98 1.89
24 593.5446 536.6540 484.7796 -2.10 1.92 111 18.5157 17.4166 16.3680 -2.02 1.93
25 564.4275 511.0760 462.3510 -2.09 1.90 112 17.9590 16.8769 15.8458 -2.06 1.96
26 536.9865 486.9352 441.1516 -2.07 1.89 113 17.4214 16.3564 15.3427 -2.10 2.00
27 511.0105 464.0500 421.0258 -2.05 1.87 114 16.9023 15.8542 14.8577 -2.15 2.04
28 486.4151 442.3499 401.9146 -2.03 1.86 115 16.4010 15.3696 14.3902 -2.19 2.08
29 463.1208 421.7683 383.7626 -2.01 1.84 116 15.9167 14.9020 13.9394 -2.23 2.12
30 441.0535 402.2430 366.5175 -1.99 1.83 117 15.4489 14.4506 13.5047 -2.27 2.16
31 420.1431 383.7151 350.1301 -1.97 1.81 118 14.9968 14.0149 13.0855 -2.32 2.19
32 400.3242 366.1295 334.5542 -1.95 1.80 119 14.5599 13.5942 12.6811 -2.36 2.23
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33 381.5350 349.4341 319.7460 -1.93 1.78 120 14.1376 13.1879 12.2909 -2.41 2.27
34 363.7176 333.5801 305.6645 -1.90 1.76 121 13.7294 12.7955 11.9144 -2.45 2.31
35 346.8176 318.5216 292.2709 -1.88 1.75 122 13.3347 12.4165 11.5510 -2.50 2.35
36 330.7839 304.2151 279.5286 -1.86 1.73 123 12.9531 12.0503 11.2003 -2.54 2.39
37 315.5682 290.6199 267.4031 -1.84 1.71 124 12.5840 11.6965 10.8617 -2.58 2.43
38 301.1254 277.6976 255.8620 -1.82 1.70 125 12.2270 11.3545 10.5348 -2.63 2.47
39 287.4128 265.4119 244.8745 -1.80 1.68 126 11.8817 11.0240 10.2191 -2.68 2.51
40 274.3905 253.7288 234.4118 -1.78 1.66 127 11.5475 10.7046 9.9142 -2.72 2.55
41 262.0206 242.6161 224.4465 -1.76 1.64 128 11.2242 10.3957 9.6197 -2.77 2.59
42 250.2676 232.0436 214.9529 -1.74 1.63 129 10.9112 10.0970 9.3352 -2.81 2.63
43 239.0983 221.9825 205.9065 -1.71 1.61 130 10.6084 9.8082 9.0602 -2.86 2.67
44 228.4809 212.4060 197.2844 -1.69 1.59 131 10.3151 9.5288 8.7945 -2.91 2.71
45 218.3860 203.2887 189.0648 -1.67 1.57 132 10.0312 9.2586 8.5378 -2.95 2.75
46 208.7855 194.6066 181.2273 -1.65 1.55 133 9.7563 8.9971 8.2895 -3.00 2.80
47 199.6531 186.3369 173.7524 -1.63 1.54 134 9.4901 8.7441 8.0495 -3.05 2.84
48 190.9639 178.4584 166.6217 -1.60 1.52 135 9.2322 8.4993 7.8175 -3.09 2.88
49 182.6945 170.9508 159.8181 -1.58 1.50 136 8.9824 8.2623 7.5931 -3.14 2.92
50 174.8228 163.7951 153.3249 -1.56 1.48 137 8.7404 8.0329 7.3760 -3.19 2.96
51 167.3280 156.9733 147.1268 -1.53 1.46 138 8.5059 7.8108 7.1660 -3.24 3.00
52 160.1904 150.4683 141.2090 -1.51 1.44 139 8.2787 7.5958 6.9629 -3.29 3.04
53 153.3914 144.2641 135.5577 -1.49 1.42 140 8.0584 7.3875 6.7664 -3.33 3.09
54 146.9136 138.3454 130.1598 -1.47 1.40
55 140.7403 132.6980 125.0027 -1.44 1.38
56 134.8559 127.3081 120.0746 -1.42 1.36
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5. TkO|b¦l S|OOTT\0
5.1 Error Codes and Description
Code indication
indoor
Outdoor
(LED1 flash
times)
Description
Reference
Page
Indoorand Outdoor
Ƶ Ƶ ƾ 15
Communication fault between indoor and outdoor
units
ƾ Ƶ Ƶ Room temperature sensor failure
ƾ ƶ ƶ Heat-exchange sensor failure
ƾ ƶ ƾ Indoor EEPROM error
Ƶ ƶ ƾ Indoor fan motor malfunction
Indoor Malfunction
ƾ ƾ ƾ High work-intense protection
ƾ ƶ ƾ 1 Outdoor EEPROM error
? The protection of IPM
ƾ ƾ Ƶ
3 Overcurrent protection of AC electricity for
the outdoor model
4
Communication fault between the IPM and outdoor
PCB
Ƶ ƾ ƶ 6 Power voltage is too high or low
Ƶ ƾ Ƶ 8 Overheat protection for exhaust temperature
ƶ ƶ ƾ 10 Frost-removing temperature sensor failure
ƶ ƾ Ƶ 12 Ambient temperature sensor failure
ƾ ƶ Ƶ 13 Exhaust temperature sensor failure
Outdoor Malfunction
Note˖indoor :the display board ,
Ƶ representative extinguish , ƾ representative flash ,ƶ representative light
36-37
38
38
38
39
40
38
41
43
42
42
44
45
45
45
18 deviate from the normal for the compressor
19 Loop of the station detect error
24 Overcurrent of the compressor
25
Overcurrent protection for single-phase of the
compressor
46
47
47
47
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5.2 Trouble Shooting
5.2.1 between indoor and outdoor units
Tudoo· :Ƶ Ƶ ƾ,outdoo·: LED1 flash 15 times Communication fault between the indoor and
outdoor units



NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
Restart the a/c and it
becomes normally?
The outdoor mainboard needs dewetting
If starting up normally, but
malfunction occurs again
after a while
The outdoor mainboard needs dedusting
Check whether the linking cable
between the indoor and outdoor
is well connected and whether its
core wires are well insulated.
1. Reconnect the linking cable;
2. Replace the linking cable with new one.
I Check the status of LED1 on the indoor mainboard.
1)If LED1 keeps on lighting, the indoor mainboard is
damaged
2)If LED1 blinks interruptedly, measure the voltage
between Jumpers 3 and 4 of IC7on the indoor
mainboard with a multimeter. If the voltage is of a
constant value of 0VDC or 5VDC, the indoor
mainboard is damaged;
The indoor PCB might be
broken
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YES
If LED1 of indoor blinks interruptedly,
measure the voltage between Jumpers 3
and 4 of IC7on the indoor mainboard with a
multimeter. If the voltage varies between 0
and 3VDC, the outdoor mainboard is
damaged.
The outdoor PCB might be
broken
If LED1 of indoor keeps OFF
1. Test the outdoor power supply (230VAC and +310VDC) with a multimeter. If 230VAC is available
but 310DC not, rectifying bridge is damaged, replace it with a new one. If both 230VAC and
310DC are available, go forward to step 2.
2. Measure the voltage across Jumpers 1 and 2of IC6(7805) on the outdoor mainboard with a
multimeter. If +12DC is not available, the outdoor pcb is damaged, replace it with a new one. If
+12VDC is available, go forward to step 3.
3. Within two minutes after the machine is supplied with power and turn on, measure the AC voltage
between positions 1 and 3 on the terminal of outdoor unit with a multimeter. If the value varies
between 0 and 80 VAC, the outdoor mainboard is damaged, replace it with a new one. If the value is
constant at about 30V, the indoor mainboard is damaged, replace it with a new one.
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7.2.2 Indoor Malfunction
ƾ Ƶ Ƶ: Room temperature sensor failure
ƾ ƶ ƶ: Heat-exchange sensor failure

ƾ ƶ ƾ: Indoor or outdoor EEPROM error:
Check whether LED1 on the
outdoor unit blinks 1 times

The outdoor mainboard is damaged. Replace it with a
new one.
If the malfunction still exists
the indoor mainboard is damaged, and needs
replacing with a new one.
Yes
NO
YES
whether terminal CN8 on
indoor PCB contact wellt?
Pull out the terminals on the indoor mainboard and
reinsert them
Pull the sensor out of the mainboard
1) Measure the value of resistance Between its two
jumpers
2) Measure the temperature at the room temperature
sensing head.
Check the value of the
sensor to see whether the
sensor is damaged or not?
NO
Sensor is broken,replace it with new sensor
The indoor PCB is broken, replace with new indoor PCB
Yes
Yes
NO
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Ƶ ƶ ƾ :Indoor fan motor malfunction
Notes: When the unit is on ,don’t pull out or insert the terminal of the motor (CN9), or else
The motor would be damaged.
YES
NO
YES
whether terminal CN9
and CN8 on indoor PCB
well inserted or not?
Pull out and reinsert the terminals
Electrify the machine again and turn it on in the cooling
operation
Measure whether there is voltage 60vac-230vac
between the red wire and the black wire of Terminal CN9
on the indoor mainboard.
NO
the indoor mainboard is damaged and need replace
check whether motor can run when turn on the unit
the indoor motor is damaged and need replace
NO
When fan motor is running Measure whether there is
voltage pulse between the middle wire and the black side
wire of Terminal CN8 on the indoor mainboard.
YES
the motor of the indoor unit is damaged and need
replace
NO
the indoor mainboard is damaged and need replace
YES
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ƾ ƾ ƾ: High work-intense protection
YES
NO
the malfunction is reported
after the machine has run
for some time?
Check room temperature and pipe temp sensor.
Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote
controller, check whether the wind temperature is below
72ć
YES
NO
the indoor unit blows poorly
due to blocked filters or poor
condition of the fan?
1) Clean the filters
2) Reinstall the fan.
Use some tools to measure whether the pressure of the
The system is over charged with gas
YES
the system is too high?
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5.2.3 Outdoor Unit Malfunction
LED1 flash 2 times: The protection of IPM
YES
YES
NO
whether it is too high.?
IPM Module might be poorly radiated and need to be
recoated with heat conducting paste and reinstalled.
Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote
controller, then measure temperature on the module
radiator
With a multimeter, test whether there is diode
characteristic between the three terminals U/V/W and
whether the two terminals P/N of IPM module and the
diode characteristic is exist.
NO
IPM Module is damaged and needs replacing.
Test with a multimeter whether the resistance values
among Phases U, V and W of compressor are equal and
between 1 and 3ȍ, if it does exist, the compressor
should be damaged.
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LED1 flash 4 times: Communication fault between the IPM and outdoor PCB
Indoor Ƶ ƾ ƶ,outdoo· : LED1 flash 6 times : Power voltage is too high or low
NO
YES
NO
Are they good?
1) Pull out and reinsert the terminals.
2) Replace connected wire
1) Check whether Terminal CN14 and CN8 on the outdoor
mainboard CN10 and CN11 on IPM module
2) Check whether the connected wire between IPM and outdoor
Electrify the machine again and turn it on, Check whether
the voltage between 1 and 2 of Terminal CN8 is about
DC5V, Check whether the voltage between2 and 3 of
Terminal CN8 is about DC15V,
YES
Replace the outdoor IPM module with a new one.
Replace the outdoor mainboard with a new one
YES
NO
the voltage between P and
N of Terminal CN1 is below
120vDC or up 400vDC?
The IPM module is damaged and needs replacing
NO
YES
the voltage between 1 and 2
on the terminal of outdoor is
about 187-260VAC?
Check power supply.
NO
YES
the voltage between 2 and 4
on the rectifying bridge of
outdoor is 187-260VAC?
The reactor of outdoor is damage and replace a new one
the rectifying bridge or IPM module is damage and need to
be replaced.
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Indoor ƾ ƾ Ƶ,outdoo· : LED1 flash 3 times : AC electricity protection
Electrify the machine again and turn it
on with the remote controller,If
malfunctions are reported before or upon
the compressor being started up
The compressor is started normally, but
malfunctions are reported after it has run
for some time.Check the power supply. If
the voltage is too low or too high
If the power supply is in OK,meassuer
whether the pressure of the system is too
high or too low?
The IPM is broken
repair The power supply
the system may have been
over or under charged
with gas
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
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Indoor: Ƶ ƾ Ƶ,outdoo·: LED1 flash 8 times: Overheat protection for exhaust temperature


NO

NO
YES
NO
the temperature exceeds
110 shortly after the ć
machine starts up?
1) The cryogen may have been leaked during
installation, or there may be leakage in the piping
system.
2) There may be other causes to make the exhaust
temperature too high.
Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote
controller, then measure the temperature at the exhaust
temperature sensor of the compressor on the outdoor unit
Measure the temperature at the exhaust temperature
sensor of the compressor on the outdoor unit
YES
NO
Malfunctions occur after running for
some time? even though the
measured temperature is below 110
ć.
Exhaust temperature sensor is broken and needs be
replaced
Pull out the exhaust sensor and measure its resistance
at standard temperatures according to the
resistance-temperature table
YES
The sensor is damaged. Replace the sensor with a new
one.
the results deviate much?
YES
The sensor is damaged. Replace the sensor with a new
one.
The outdoor mainboard is damaged and needs be
replaced
NO
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Indoor: ƶ ƶ ƾ,outdoo·: LED1 flash 10 times: Frost-removing temperature sensor failure CN10
Indoor: ƾ ƶ Ƶ,outdoo·: LED1 flash 13 times: Exhaust temperature sensor failure CN13
Indoor: ƶ ƾ Ƶ,outdoo·: LED1 flash 12 times: Ambient temperature sensor failure CN11
NO
YES
CN10,CN11,CN13 on the
outdoor mainboard contact
well?
Pull out the terminals on the outdoor mainboard and
reinsert them.
Pull the sensor out of the mainboard
1) Measure the value of resistance between its two
jumpers
2) Measure the temperature at the room temperature
sensing head.
YES
whether the sensor is
damaged or not?
YES
Sensor is broken. Replace with new sensor
The Outdoor PCB is broken. Replace with new indoor
PCB
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The malfunction of the compressor’ rotor circuit
Outdoor:˖LED1 flash 18 times
Malfunction unsolved
YES
YES
NO
1. The wiring of compressor is incorrect or the
connection is poor;
2. The compressor is damaged
The IPM might be broken
Within 3 minutes after the machine is supplied
with power and turned on with the remote
controller, the outdoor unit stops shortly after
startup, and the compressor will start up again
10 seconds after the machine stops. The above
process repeats again and again
At the stopped state, LED1 on the outdoor PCB
blinks(1Hz)for 18 times, and after pause of 2
seconds or so, it blinks for the same times
again.
the Malfunctions exist also, The
compressor is damaged replace a new on
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Yes
Loop of the station detect error
Outdoor:˖LED1 flash 19 times
Malfunction unsolved
Overcurrent of the compressor Outdoor:˖LED1 flash 24 times
Overcurrent protection for single-phase of the compressor Outdoor:˖LED1 flash 25
times
Yes
YES
YES
NO
1. The wiring of compressor is incorrect
or the connection is poor;
2. The compressor is damaged
IPM Module is damaged and needs
replacing.
Within 3 minutes after the machine is supplied
with power and turned on with the remote
controller, the compressor couldnot stard up
At frist, the compressor start up ,soon the
compressor stopped with the LED1 on the
outdoor PCB blinks˄1Hz˅for 19 times
the Malfunctions exist also, . The
compressor is damaged replace
new one
Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the
remote controller,If malfunctions are reported before
or upon the compressor being started up,
IPM Module is damaged and needs
replacing.
The compressor is started normally, but
malfunctions are reported after it has run for some
time.Check the power supply. If the voltage is too
low or too high
Repair the power supply
No
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6.3 Air outlet temp.-ambient temp. Curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
air outlet temp.-ambient temperature table
Indoor temp. Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%)
DB/WB 18ć 20ć 25ć 32ć 35ć 40ć 43ć 46ć
18/12ć
4.80 4.71 4.47 5.31 5.25 5.30 5.81 6.18
18/14ć
5.26 5.16 4.90 5.83 5.77 5.81 6.37 6.78
20/15ć
9.08 8.97 8.54 9.04 9.64 10.32 10.64 10.96
22/16ć
9.32 9.20 9.05 9.31 9.91 10.60 10.99 11.29
25/18ć
9.57 9.44 9.25 9.58 10.19 10.89 11.34 11.61
27/19ć
11.25 11.10 10.89 11.28 12.10 12.82 13.35 13.69
30/22ć
13.16 13.13 13.06 13.68 14.18 14.78 15.15 15.33
32/23ć
15.07 15.17 15.24 16.07 16.36 16.74 16.95 16.97
32/24ć
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HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
air outlet temp.-ambient temperature table
Indoor temp. Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%)
DB/WB 18ć 20ć 25ć 32ć 35ć 40ć 43ć 46ć
18/12ć 4.53 4.46 4.25 5.10 5.06 5.04 5.55 5.99
18/14ć 4.98 4.91 4.68 5.61 5.57 5.54 6.11 6.59
20/15ć 8.74 8.65 8.56 8.77 9.38 9.98 10.30 10.70
22/16ć 8.98 8.88 8.76 9.04 9.65 10.26 10.65 11.02
25/18ć 9.22 9.11 8.96 9.30 9.92 10.54 10.99 11.34
27/19ć 10.88 10.75 10.57 10.97 11.71 12.44 12.97 13.38
30/22ć 12.76 12.75 12.71 13.33 13.85 14.37 14.74 15.00
32/23ć 14.63 14.75 14.85 15.69 15.99 16.30 16.51 16.61
32/24ć 14.93 15.05 15.15 16.01 16.32 16.63 16.85 16.95
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HSU-22HC03/R22(DB)
u`· out'·t t·mµ.um|`·ut t·m·.tu'|·
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6.4.1 Cooling discharge pressure curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
COOLING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 16ć 19ć 22ć
15ć
2053 2255 2336
25ć
2078 2210 2321
30ć
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35ć
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40ć
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45ć
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HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
COOLING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 16ć 19ć 22ć
15ć 2020 2220 2300
25ć 2040 2170 2230
30ć 2410 2580 2650
35ć 2715 2840 2920
40ć 3020 3100 3190
45ć 3370 3540 3580
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6.4.2 Cooling suction pressure curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
COOLING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 16ć 19ć 22ć
15ć
664 752 764
25ć
693 772 776
30ć
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35ć
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40ć
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45ć
772 854 869
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HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
COOLING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 16ć 19ć 22ć
15ć 620 693 720
25ć 648 712 731
30ć 650 717 730
35ć 660 720 750
40ć 696 760 790
45ć 723 790 820
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6.4.3 Heating discharge pressure curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
HEATING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 15ć 20ć 25ć
-15ć 2106 2274 2439
-10ć 2172 2363 2585
-5ć 2427 2543 2752
0ć 2393 2563 2764
5ć 2552 2733 2858
10ć 2920 3065 3370
15ć 3419 3602 3670
20ć 3060 3433 3603
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HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
HEATING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 15ć 20ć 25ć
ˉ15ć 1690 1910 2160
ˉ10ć 1855 2080 2335
ˉ5ć 2020 2250 2510
0ć 2045 2385 2630
5ć 2200 2520 2750
10ć 2590 2940 3030
15ć 3110 3360 3430
20ć 2840 3160 3370
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!¯00
?000
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3000
3¯00
+000
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Outdoo· T·mµ
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k
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|u`·· u`· ·oud`t`ou·· ld`t`ou: !.00¯080!
72
|S|??|C03k?¹Db)
HEATING DISCHARGE PRESSURE
.tu'|·
outdoo· t·mµ. ¹hum`d`t) +bª)
`udoo· t·mµ.
ć ¯ ! b " b D ?0ć ?¯ć
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ˉ!0 ? 8 + ? 0 b ? ? 9 b 0 ? ć
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!¯ć 33!b 3+99 3¯b¯
?0ć ?9¯¯ 3330 3¯00
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!000
!¯00
?000
?¯00
3000
3¯00
+000
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T
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0
l

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k
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6.4.4 Heating suction pressure curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
HEATING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 15ć 20ć 25ć
-15ć 260 259 262
-10ć 325 330 340
-5ć 394 415 420
0ć 430 470 478
5ć 470 540 545
10ć 600 648 682
15ć 757 757 818
20ć 719 749 762
|l^TT\0 S|CTTO\ lklSS|kl
0
!00
?00
300
+00
¯00
b00
¯00
800
900
!000
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Outdoor Temp
D
I
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HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
HEATING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE
Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) Indoor temp.
DB/WB 15ć 20ć 25ć
-15ć 210 210 220
-10ć 280 285 295
-5ć 350 360 370
0ć 385 430 435
5ć 420 500 500
10ć 565 605 640
15ć 710 710 780
20ć 680 720 753
|l^TT\0 S|CTTO\ lklSS|kl
0
!00
?00
300
+00
¯00
b00
¯00
800
900
!000
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Outdoor Temp
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?0ć
?¯ć
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75
|S|!8|C03k?¹Db)

HRATING SUCTION PRESSURE.tu'|·
outdoo· t·mµ. ¹hum`d`t) +bª)
`udoo· t·mµ.
ć ¯ ! b " b D ?0ć ?¯ć
ˉ!¯ ? + ? 9 3 ? 0 + ? ć
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ˉ¯ 0 0 + ¯ 9 3 + ¯ 3 ć
8 ¯ + 0 ¯ + 0 ! + ć 0
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!¯ć ¯3¯ ¯3¯ ¯98
?0ć b99 ¯?9 ¯+?
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0
!00
?00
300
+00
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b00
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800
900
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T
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k
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?0ć
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HRATING SUCTION PRESSURE
.tu'|·
outdoo· t·mµ. ¹hum`d`t) +bª) `udoo· t·mµ.
ć ¯ ! b " b D ?0ć ?¯ć
ˉ!¯ 3 3 ? 0 3 ? ! 3 ? ć
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ˉ¯ ! 9 3 b 8 3 ¯ b 3 ć
9 + + ! + + ! 0 + ć 0
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3 ¯ b 9 ! b ! ¯ ¯ ć 0 !
!¯ć ¯?8 ¯?8 ¯89
?0ć b90 ¯?0 ¯33
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0
!00
?00
300
+00
¯00
b00
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800
900
!000
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D
T
S
C
|
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?0ć
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6.5 Sensible cooling value – temp. curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
Sensible cooling value - Temperature table
Indoor temp. Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%)
DB/WB 16ć 20ć 25ć 32ć 35ć 40ć 43ć 46ć
18/12ć
1199 1207 1215 1049 1056 1089 976 889
18/14ć
1561 1570 1620 1431 1403 1305 1221 1157
20/15ć
1923 1932 1942 1871 1750 1629 1527 1425
22/16ć
1883 1895 1907 1856 1725 1571 1466 1417
25/18ć
1842 1857 1871 1840 1700 1560 1468 1396
27/19ć
2038 1971 2008 1886 1820 1696 1604 1511
30/22ć
2246 2135 2276 2056 1958 1860 1731 1696
32/23ć
2321 2123 2280 2034 1991 1909 1813 1717
32/24ć
2380 2178 2339 2088 2044 1960 1862 1764
:·u:`|'· ·oo'`u_ vu'u·t·mµ.·u·v·:
¯00
¯00
900
!!00
!300
!¯00
!¯00
!900
?!00
?300
?¯00
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HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
Sensible cooling value - Temperature table
Indoor temp. Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%)
DB/WB 16ć 20ć 25ć 32ć 35ć 40ć 43ć 46ć
18/12ć 1926 1935 1943 1765 1773 1808 1687 1593
18/14ć 2315 2290 2378 2175 2145 2040 1950 1881
20/15ć 2703 2714 2724 2648 2517 2387 2278 2168
22/16ć 2660 2673 2686 2631 2491 2325 2213 2160
25/18ć 2617 2632 2648 2615 2464 2314 2215 2138
27/19ć 2731 2661 2700 2573 2490 2377 2281 2185
30/22ć 3050 2931 3083 2846 2741 2636 2498 2460
32/23ć 3130 2918 3087 2822 2776 2689 2585 2482
32/24ć 3194 2978 3150 2880 2833 2744 2638 2533
:·u:`|'· ·oo'`u_ vu'u·t·mµ.·u·v·:
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?000
?¯00
3000
3¯00
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3000
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3??+ć
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:·u:`|'· ·oo'`u_ vu'u·t·mµ.·u·v·:
3?00
3+00
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6.6 Power consumption-temp. Curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
Power consumption value - Temperature table
Indoor temp. Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%)
DB/WB 16ć 20ć 25ć 32ć 35ć 40ć 43ć 46ć
18/12ć 268 276 291 388 515 735 791 846
18/14ć 342 350 367 474 614 856 917 978
20/15ć 443 422 410 611 642 777 854 932
22/16ć 446 424 411 627 650 778 857 937
25/18ć 448 426 412 642 658 779 860 941
27/19ć 466 443 430 665 680 804 887 970
30/22ć 485 462 448 687 703 829 914 999
32/23ć 491 454 427 646 682 827 924 1021
32/24ć 510 464 436 657 694 840 938 1036
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HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
Power consumption value - Temperature table
Indoor temp. Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%)
DB/WB 16ć 20ć 25ć 32ć 35ć 40ć 43ć 46ć
18/12ć 800 808 824 929 1066 1304 1364 1424
18/14ć 880 889 906 1022 1173 1434 1500 1566
20/15ć 989 966 953 1170 1203 1349 1433 1517
22/16ć 992 968 954 1187 1212 1350 1436 1522
25/18ć 994 970 955 1204 1220 1351 1439 1527
27/19ć 1014 989 974 1228 1245 1378 1468 1558
30/22ć 1034 1009 994 1253 1270 1406 1497 1589
32/23ć 1040 1001 971 1208 1247 1403 1508 1613
32/24ć 1245 1011 981 1220 1259 1417 1523 1629
power consumptiont·mµ.·u·v·:
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!8!+ć !?¯3 !3?b !39b !¯3+ !¯98 !¯+b !¯9¯ !¯?9
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power consumption
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power consumption
t·mµ.·u·v·:
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|S|??|C03k?¹Db)
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!8!?ć !b?8 !b3b !b¯! !¯+8 !8¯¯ ?09¯ ?!¯! ??0b
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power consumption
vu'u·t·m·.tu'|·
power consumption
t·mµ.·u·v·:
!000
!!00
!?00
!300
!+00
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HSU-18HC03/R2(DB)
NOISE LEVEL 100Hz 125Hz 250Hz 500Hz 1000Hz 2000Hz 4000Hz 6000Hz 8000Hz
INDOOR
46.4 43.5 42.3 40.1 39.3 32.8 28.0 0.0 0.0
OUTDOOR
57.1 54.1 52.4 50.7 47.3 41.4 34.9 28.5 26.4
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NOISE LEVEL 100Hz 125Hz 250Hz 500Hz 1000Hz 2000Hz 4000Hz 6000Hz 8000Hz
INDOOR
47.7 44.9 43.3 41.5 40.6 33.1 28.3
0.0 0.0
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58.0 55.0 53.4 51.6 48.6 42.4 35.9 29.1 27.6
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6.8 Compressor performance curves
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) COMPRESSOR:DA108X1C-20FZ3
SERIAL NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
FREQUENCY 30 50 60 80 90 110 120
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NO.0010513988
9 Installation
A G
4.Hexagon wrench (5mm)
Plastic cap
4X25
Screw
Cushion
Drain-elbow
Accessory parts
Number
of
articles
Accessory parts
No.
Remote controller
R-03 dry battery
Mounting plate
Drain hose
Drawing for the installation of indoor and outdoor units
Read this manual before installation
1.Driver
2.Hacksaw
3.Hole core drill
5.Spanner(14,17,19 and 24 mm)
6.Torque wrench(17mm,22mm,24mm)
7.Pipe cutter
8.Flaring tool
9.Knife
10.Nipper 13.Reamer
11.Gas leakage detector or
soap-and-water solution
12.Measuring tape
Explain sufficiently the operating means to the user
according to this manual.
Necessary Tools for Installation
Arrangement of piping directions
Rear left
Rear
right
Left
Below
Right
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m
Attention must be paid to
the rising up of drain hose
The marks from to in the figure are the parts numbers.
The distance between the indoor unit and the floor should be
more than 2m.
14.Refrigerant oil
Optional parts for piping
Mark Parts name
Non-adhesive tape
Adhesive tape
Saddle(L.S) with screws
Connecting electric cable
for indoor and outdoor
Drain hose
Heating insulating material
Piping hole cover
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Liquid pipe
Gas pipe 9.52mm(3/8")
Fixing of outdoor unit
Indoor Unit
Selection of Installation Place
Outdoor Unit
Fix the unit to concrete or block with bolts( 10mm) and nuts firmly and horizontally.
When fitting the unit to wall surface, roof or rooftop, fix a supporter surely with nails
or wires in consideration of earthquake and strong wind.
If vibration may affect the house, fix the unit by attaching a vibration-proof mat.
Place, robust not causing vibration, where the body can be supported
sufficiently.
Place, not affected by heat or steam generated in the vicinity, where
inlet and outlet of the unit are not disturbed.
Place, possible to drain easily, where piping can be connected with the
outdoor unit.
Place, where cold air can be spread in a room entirely.
Place, nearby a power receptacle, with enough space around. (Refer
to drawings).
Place where the distance of more than lm from televisions, radios,
wireless apparatuses and fluorescent lamps can be left.
In the case of fixing the remote controller on a wall, place where the
indoor unit can receive signals when the fluorescent lamps in the room
are lightened.
Place, which is less affected by rain or direct sunlight and is
sufficiently ventilated.
Place, possible to bear the unit, where vibration and noise are
not increased.
Place, where discharged wind and noise do not cause a
nuisance to the neighbors.
Place, where a distance marked is available as illustrated
in the above figure.
Power Source
Selection of pipe
Before inserting power plug into receptacle, check the voltage without fail. The power source is the same as the corresponding name plate.
Install an exclusive branch circuit of the power.
A receptacle shall be set up in a distance where the power cable can be reached. Do not extend the cable by cutting it.
To this unit, both liquid and gas pipes shall be insulated
as they become Iow temperature in operation.
Use optional parts for piping set or pipes covered with
equivalent insulation material.
The thickness of the pipe must be 0.8mm at least.
For 18 22
6.35mm(1/4")
12.7mm(1/2")
HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)
113.5 583 113.5
3
1
9
.
5
Floor fixing dimensions
of the outdoor unit
(Unit:mm)
HSU-18HC03/R2(DB)
Floor fixing dimensions
of the outdoor unit
(Unit:mm)
140 500 140
2
5
6
HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
For 09 12
6.35mm(1/4")
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Weight
Thread
150mm 70mm
Holes for fixing the mounting plate
Fit the level line
1.Carry out, based on the neighboring pillars or lintels, a proper leveling for the plate to be
fixed against the wall, then temporarily fasten the plate with one steel nail.
2. Make sure once more the proper level of the plate, by hanging a thread with a weight from
the central top of the plate, then fasten securely the plate with the attachment steel nail.
3. Find the wall hole location Amm using a measuring tape
2.Making a Hole on the Wall and Fitting the Piping Hole Cover
When the mounting plate is fixed side bar and lintel
Refer to the previous article, " When the mounting plate is first fixed ", for the
position of wall hole.
Fix to side bar and lintel a mounting bar, Which is separately sold, and then fasten
the plate to the fixed mounting bar.
Make a hole of Bmm in diameter,
slightly descending to outside the wall.
Install piping hole cover and seal it
off with putty after installation
(Section of wall hole)
Piping hole pipe
Outdoor side
Thickness
of wall
Indoor side
Wall hole
Bmm
Indoor unit
1.Fitting of the Mounting Plate and Positioning of the wall Hole
When the mounting plate is first fixed
145 60
70
Amm Bmm
150
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-18HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)
6.35mm(1/4")
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4.Connecting the indoor/outdoor Electric Cable
Removing the wiring cover
Remove terminal cover at right bottom corner of indoor
unit, then take off wiring cover by removing its screws.
Fixing the indoor unit body
Hang surely the unit body onto the upper notches of the
mounting plate. Move the body from side to side to verify
its secure fixing.
In order to fix the body onto the mounting plate,hold up
the body aslant from the underside and then put it down
perpendicularly.
Other direction piping
Cut away, with a nipper, the lid for piping according to the piping direction and then bend the pipe according
to the position of wall hole. When bending, be careful not to crash pipes.
Connect beforehand the indoor/outdoor electric cable, and then pull out the connected to the heat insulation
of connecting part specially.
Left Left-rear piping
In case of left side piping, cut away, with a nipper, the lid for left piping.
In case of left-rear piping, bend the pipes according to the piping direction to the mark of hole for left-rear
piping which is marked on heat insulation materials.
1. Insert the drain hose into the dent of heat insulation materials of indoor unit.
2. Insert the indoor/outdoor electric cable from backside of indoor unit, and pull it out on the front side, then
connect them.
3. Coat the flaring seal face with refrigerant oil and connect pipes.
Cover the connection part with heat insulation materials closely, and make sure fixing with adhesive tape
Indoor/outdoor electric cable and drain hose must be bound with refrigerant piping by protecting tape.
Lid for right piping
Lid for under piping pipe
Lid for left piping
Heat insulation
material
Drain hose
Piping
Indoor/outdoor
electric cable
Fix with adhesive tape
Drawing of pipe
Rear piping
Draw pipes and the drain hose, then fasten them with the adhesive tape
3.Installation of the Indoor Unit
Indoor unit
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When connecting the cable after installing the indoor unit
1. Insert from outside the room cable into left side of the wall hole, in which
the pipe has already existed.
2. Pull out the cable on the front side, and connect the cable making a loop.
Insert the cable from the back side of the unit, then pull it out on the front side.
Loosen the screws and insert the cable ends fully into terminal block, then tighten the screws.
Pull the cable slightly to make sure the cables have been properly inserted and tightened.
After the cable connection, never fail to fasten the connected cable with the wiring cover.
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Indoor unit
Note: When connecting the cable, confirm the terminal number of indoor and outdoor units carefully. If wiring
is not correct, proper operation can not be carried out and will cause defect.
1. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similar
qualified person. The type of connecting wire is H05RN-F or H07RN-F.
2. If the fuse on PC board is broken please change it with the type of T. 3.15A/250V.
3. The wiring method should be in line with the local wiring standard.
4. After installation, the power plug should be easily reached.
5. A breaker should be incorporated into fixed wiring. The breaker should be all-pole switch and the
distance between its two contacts should be not less than 3mm.
Indoor unit
Indoor unit Outdoor unit
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
4G1.5mm
2
Power cable: 3G1.5mm
2
3
2
1
4
5
3
2
1
Power cable: 3G1.5mm
2
Indoor unit
4
Outdoor unit
4G1.5mm
2
Outdoor unit
Connecting wiring:
Connecting wiring:
Connecting wiring:
Connecting wiring:
HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-18HC03/R2(DB)
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Apply refrigerant oil on half union and flare nut.
Drain hose
Outdoor unit
1.Installation of Outdoor Unit
2.Connection of pipes
Install according to
Drawing for the installation of indoor and outdoor units
To bend a pipe, give the roundness as large as possible not to crush the pipe
Connecting the pipe of gas side first makes working easier.
Half union
Flare nut
Spanner
Torque wrench
3.Connection
Use the same method on indoor unit. Loosen
the screws on terminal block and insert the
plugs fully into terminal block, then tighten the
screws.
Insert the cable according to terminal number
in the same manner as the indoor unit.
If wiring is not correct, proper operation can
not be carried out and controller may be
damaged.
Fix the cable with a clamp.
4.Attaching Drain-Elbow
If the drain-elbow is used, please attach it as
figure.
Note: Only for heat pump unit.
Be careful that matters, such as wastes of sands, etc. shall not enter the pipe.
The standard pipe length is 5m. If it is over 5m, the function of the unit will be affected. If the pipe has
to be lengthened, the refrigerant should be charged, according to 20 g/m. But the charge of refrigerant
must be conducted by professional air conditioner engineer. Before adding additional refrigerant,
perform air purging from the refrigerant pipes and indoor unit using a vacuum pump,then charge
additional refrigerant.
Forced fastening without careful
centering may damage the
threads and cause a leakage of gas.
Pipe Diameter Fastening torque
42 N.m
Gas side 15.88mm(5/8") 60 N.m
Liquid side 9.52mm(3/8")
Liquid side 6.35mm(1/4")
18N.m
Gas side 12.7mm(1/2") 55N.m
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Outdoor unit
6.Purging Method:To use vacuum pump
Detach the service port's cap of 3-way valve , the
valve rod's cap for 2-way valve and 3-way's, connect
the service port into the projection of charge hose
(Iow) for gaugemanifold. Then connect the projection
of charge hose (center) for gaugemanifold into
vacuum pump.
3-way valve
Gas Side
2-way valve
Service port cap
Gaugemanifold(for R410A)
Vacuum pump(for R410A)
Open
Close
Liquid Side
Open the handle at Iow in gaugemanifold, operate
vacuum pump. If the scale-moves of gause (Iow)
reach vacuum condition in a moment, check again.
Vacuumize for over 15min. And check the level gauge
which should read -0.1 MPa (-76 cm Hg) at Iow
pressure side. After the completion of vacuumizing,
close the handle 'Lo' in gaugemanifold and stop the
operation of the vacuum pump.
Check the condition of the scale and hold it for 1-2min.
If the scale-moves back in spite of tightening, make
flaring work again, the return to the beginning of .
Open the valve rod for the 2-way valve to an angle of
anticlockwise 90 degrees.
After 6 seconds, close the 2-way valve and make the
inspection of gas leakage.
No gas leakage?
In case of gas leakage, tighten
parts of pipe connection. If
leakage stops, then proceed
steps.
Detach the charge hose from the service port, open
2-way valve and 3-way valve . Turn the valve rod
anticlockwise until hitting lightly.
To prevent the gas leakage, turn the service port's
cap, the valve rod's cap for 2-way valve and 3-way's
a little more than the point where the torque increases
suddenly.
After attaching the each caps, check the gas leakage
around the caps.
CAUTION:
1.If the refrigerant of the air conditioner leaks, it is necessary to
discharge all the refrigerant. Vacuumize first, then charge the liquid
refrigerant into air conditioner according to the amount marked on
the name plate.
2.Please do not let other cooling medium, except specified one (R410A),
or air enter into the cooling circulation system. Otherwise, there will be
abnormal high pressure in the system to make it crack and lead to
personal injuries.
If it does not stop gas leakage, discharge
whole refrigerants from the service port.
After flaring work again and vacuumize,
fill up prescribed refrigerant from the gas
cylinder.
Anti countercurrent joint
7
6
1
2
3
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
Open
90
O
Valve rod cap
Valve rod cap 7
7
3-way valve
2-way valve
3-way valve
2-way valve
3-way valve
2-way valve
2-way valve
3-way valve
2-way valve
3-way valve
Gas Side
Liquid Side
6.35mm(1/4")
12.7mm(1/2")
HSU-22HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-18HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-09HC03/R2(DB)
HSU-12HC03/R2(DB)
Tube(for R410A)
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It becomes high midway. The end is immersed
in water.
It waves. The gap with the ground
is too small
Less than 5cm
There is the bad smell
from a ditch
1.Power Source Installation
2.Cutting and Flaring Work of Piping
3.On Drainage
Check for Installation and Test Run
Check Items for Test Run
The power source must be exclusively used for air conditioner. (Over I0A)
In the case of installing an air conditioner in a moist place, please install an
earth leakage breaker.
For installation in other places, use a circuit breaker as far as possible.
Pipe cutting is carried out with a pipe cutter and burs must be removed.
After inserting the flare nut, flaring work is carried out.
Please install the drain hose so as to be downward slope without fail.
Please don't do the drainage as shown below.
Please pour water in the drain pan of the indoor unit, and confirm that drainage is
carried out surely to outdoor.
In case that the attached drain hose is in a room, please apply heat insulation
to it without fail.
Please kindly explain to our customers how to operate through the instruction manual.
Gas leak from pipe connecting?
Are the connecting wirings of
indoor and outdoor firmly inserted
to the terminal block?
Is the connecting wiring of indoor
and outdoor firmly fixed?
Is drainage securely carried out?
Is the earth line securely
connected?
Is the indoor unit securely fixed?
Is power source voltage abided
by the code?
Is there any noise?
Put check mark in boxes
Is the lamp normally lighting?
Are cooling and heating (when
in heat pump) performed normally?
Is the operation of room temperature
regulator normal?
Flare tooling die
Liquid side
Gas side
Pipe diameter Size A (mm)
6.35mm(1/4")
9.52mm(3/8")
15.88mm(5/8")
0.8~1.5
1.0~1.8
1.4~2.2
Liquid side
Correct Incorrect
Lean Damage of flare Crack Partial Too outside
Gas side
12.7mm(1/2") 1.2~2.0
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Domestic Air Conditioner
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Haier Industrial Park, No.1, Haier Road Edited by:chenhuimin
266101, Qingdao, China
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CONTENTS
1. GENERAL INFORMATION...............................................................3 2. SPECIFICATION...............................................................................5 3. ELECTRICAL CONTROL..................................................................8 4. THERMISTER RESISTANCE CHART.............................................26 5. TROUBLE SHOOTING....................................................................35 6. PERFORMANCE CURVES DIAGRAM...........................................48
6.1 High drop and long pipe capacity modification curves……………………….........48 6.2.1 Cooling capacity-temperature curves………………………………….................49 6.2.2 Heating capacity-temperature curves……………………………………….........53 6.3 Air outlet temp.-ambient temperature curves………………………………….........57 6.4.1 Cooling discharge pressure curves...................................................................61 6.4.2 Cooling suction pressure curves.......................................................................65 6.4.3 Heating discharge pressure curves...................................................................69 6.4.4 Heating suction pressure curves.......................................................................73 6.5 Sensible cooling value-temperature curves.........................................................77 6.6 Power consumption-temperature curves.............................................................81 6.7 Noise curves........................................................................................................85 6.8Compressor performance curves……………………………………………….........87

7. WIRING DIAGRAM..........................................................................89 8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF PCB....................................................99 9. INSTALLATION................................................................................104

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1. General information
This Service Manual describes the operation, disassembly, troubleshooting, and repair of Haier Room Air Conditioners, etc. It is intended for use by authorized services that troubleshoot and repair these units. It is assumed that users of this manual are familiar with the use of tools and equipment used to troubleshoot and repair electrical, mechanical, and refrigeration systems; and understand the terminology used to describe and discuss them. Haier urges you read and follow all safety precautions and warnings contained in this manual. Failure to comply with safety information may result in severe personal injury or death.

Related Publications
This is a base service manual, covering a range of similar models. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the Parts Manual and Technical Sheet covering specific model being serviced.

NOTE: General Precautions and Warnings WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or death due to electrical shock, disconnect electrical power to unit before attempting to service the unit.

WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or death due to electrical shock, DO NOT, under any circumstances, alter the grounding plug .Air conditioner must be grounded at all times. Do not remove warning tag from power cord. If a two-prong (non-grounding) wall receptacle is encountered, contact a qualified electrician and have the receptacle replaced with a properly grounder wall receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical Code.

WARNING
To avoid risk of heat exposure, which may cause death or severe illness, air conditioner must be monitored when malfunctions or shuts down.

WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or death due to electrical shock, grounding wires and wires colored like grounding wires are NOT to be used as current carrying conductors. The standard accepted color coding for ground wires is green or green with a yellow stripe. Electrical components such as the compressor and fan motor are grounded through an individual wire attached to the electrical component and to another part of the air conditioner. Grounding wires should not to be removed from individual components while servicing, unless the component is to be removed and replaced. It is extremely important to replace all removed grounding wires before completing service.
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Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.0-070801 HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) Product Features Photo catalyst Healthy negative ion Left &right airflow Bacteria-killing medium Intelligent airflow Entire auto mode -4- .

66 4.50 4200W 1250W 5. pressure at warm side (Mpa) Drain Hose Length (mm) Diameter (mm) H (rpm) Indoor fan Velocity Outdoor fan Velocity Air Volume (High) Manufacture Compressor Type Compressor Oil Charge (ml) Type Refrigerant Net Charge (g) Charge if over standard pipe length Refrigerant Pipe Liquid pipe Diameter (mm) Gas pipe Diameter (mm) -5-3 3 Unit PH.35 9.52 50 HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) 1 230 T1 3500W 1000W 4. Hz HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) 1 230 T1 2600W 680W 3.15 580±5 25.0-070801 2.0 16~43 I IP24 YR-H79 1.5A 3.0A 1150W 4. range (A) Class of electric Shock Protection Class of Water Proof Remote Controller Model Moisture Removal (10 m /h) Max.2A 1350W 4.52 50 M (rpm) L (rpm) H (rpm) Indoor (m3) .15 580±5 25.5±2 1150 1050 950 800 490 TOSHIBA DA89X1C-20FZ 370cc R410A 960 20g/m 6.9A 3.35 9.36 16~43 I IP24 YR-H79 1.9A 1550W 7.2A 3.82 3400W 930W 4. V.6A 1520W 6. Specification Item Power Climate Type Cooling Capacity (W) Rated Power (W) Cooling Rated Current (A) Max Power (W) Max Current (A) EER (W/W) Heating Capacity(W) Rated Power (W) Heating Rated Current (A) Max Power (W) Max Current (A) COP (W/W) Starting Current (A) Operating temp.2x10-3 4.0A 3.5±2 1250 1150 1000 800 600 TOSHIBA DA108X1C-20FZ3 480cc R410A 1140 20g/m 6.5x10-3 4.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.

6 12.Haier air conditioner Standard length (m) Max length (m) Noise Level Indoor Outdoor Indoor Weight Outdoor (H/M/L) (dBA) (dBA) Net (kg) Gross (kg) Net (kg) Gross (kg) Net (mm) Indoor Dimension Outdoor Package (mm) Net (mm) Package (mm) 4m 15m 44/41/38 54 8.6 37.5 40.5 938*265*182 1013*330*275 783*643*255 930*714*340 -6- .0-070801 4m 15m 45/42/39 52 10.8 10.6 34 37 795*265*182 863*330*275 783*543*255 930*614*340 Edition: 1.

Hz HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) 1 230 T1 5000W 1700W 7.94 6600W 2160W 9.06 7.0x10-3 4.15 580±5 25.5 16~43 I IP24 YR-H79 2.5±2 1350 1150 1000 830 670 PANASONIC 5CS130XCC03 480cc R410A 900 20g/m 6.35 12.15 580±5 25.0-070801 Unit PH.06 16~43 I IP24 YR-H79 2.5A 2000W 9.2A 2500W 11.7 50 -7- .5A 2.7 50 HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) 1 230 T1 6000W 2040W 9.7A 2750W 12.5±2 1350 1150 950 830 700 PANASONIC 5CS160XAA23 600cc R410A 1900 20g/m 6.5A 3.Haier air conditioner Item Power Climate Type Cooling Capacity (W) Rated Power (W) Cooling Rated Current (A) Max Power (W) Max Current (A) EER (W/W) Heating Capacity(W) Rated Power (W) Heating Rated Current (A) Max Power (W) Max Current (A) COP (W/W) Starting Current (A) Operating temp.5A 3.35 12.0A 2200W 9. V.5A 3. pressure at warm side (Mpa) Drain Hose Length (mm) Diameter (mm) H (rpm) Indoor fan Velocity Outdoor fan Velocity Air Volume (High) Manufacture Compressor Type Compressor Oil Charge (ml) Type Refrigerant Net Charge (g) Charge if over standard pipe length Refrigerant Pipe Liquid pipe Diameter (mm) Gas pipe Diameter (mm) M (rpm) L (rpm) H (rpm) Indoor (m3) -3 3 Edition: 1. range (A) Class of electric Shock Protection Class of Water Proof Remote Controller Model Moisture Removal (10 m /h) Max.94 5600W 1830W 8.5x10-3 4.

Electrical control Indoor Unit .0-070801 4m 15m 48/45/42 58 17 20 54.5 1155*308*224 1225*310*371 865*335*732 995*420*815 3.5 58. Application Range This specification use for HSU-09/12/18/22HC03/R2 DB frequency conversion air condition are manufactured by Haier air condition parent company. Refer to [EEPROM parameter table]. -8- .Haier air conditioner Standard length (m) Max length (m) Noise Level Indoor Outdoor Indoor Weight Outdoor (H/M/L) (dBA) (dBA) Net (kg) Gross (kg) Net (kg) Gross (kg) Net (mm) Indoor Dimension Outdoor Package (mm) Net (mm) Package (mm) 4m 15m 46/43/41 57 17 20 43 48 938*265*182 1013*333*275 820*310*682 949×406×745 Edition: 1. "Setting value" (express in parameter) in this specification means is a parameter that is stored in EEPROM.

2. the resistance value for indoor environment temperature sensor will be neglected.9- . Sixteen scale: below 08H. 2.1. the indicative light will flash an alarm and the indoor blower fan stops.2 The frequency kept when the frequency rises.1.1. some frequency should be kept for some time. Resistance value: below 620K.0-070801 Temperature Adjusting function 2. Sixteen scale: 40H Resistance value: 23K. When the operation enters into the work mode. Resistance value: below 0. Control the indoor blower fan according to the disc-tube temperature when it’s running for heating. Short circuit Temperature: over 126 . the temperature level control starts.3 Modify the set temperature .15 V B index=4200 R (25 ) =23K 2. Control the indoor blower fan according to the need for temperature adjusting when the wind rate is automatic. in order to insure the full oil-returning.3 During the time when the heat running starts and indoor blower fan stops or when the warm boot starts and within 30 seconds after the indoor blower fan starts. Normal temperature Temperature: 25 . Voltage: below 0. the operation will come back to normal. When it returns to normal conditions.2 The specification of indoor environment pipe temperature sensor 2. Sixteen scales: over F8H. Indication time Cooling & moisture removing 60 seconds Heating 60 seconds Heating & Frost removing 30 seconds Indication frequency Frequency kept 58 Hz When the unit is switched on and the forcible running is over.65 K.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.1 Indoor environment temperature sensor specification Under the conditions of short circuit or open circuit. Disconnection Temperature: below minus 31 . 2.1 This function will decide the outdoor unit’s running speed according to the indoor temperature and the set temperature.

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The set temperature can be modified according to the unit’s operation mode, wind volume or whether it is under forceful running condition. The modification of wind volume is only limited within the switch between weak and medium of wind volume when it is under heating mode. Modification index table for set temperature Mode Heating Content of modification Operation mode modification Forceful operation modification Weak wind volume modification Medium wind volume modification Cooling & moisture removing Operation mode modification Forceful operation modification Modified variable ETBL0 ETBL1 ETBL2 ETBL3 ETBL4 ETBL5 Modified parameter 4.67 6 4.67 4.67 -0.33 -4

2.4 temperature level control
2.4.1 Deviation Work out the deviation of temperature level as follows: In heating mode: E = (Remote-control set temperature+ modified value)-room temperature In cooling & moisture removing mode: E = room temperature -(Remote-control set temperature + modified value) 2.4.2 Compressor OFF E is minus and |E|> T Heating T After T changes condition for changes T TCHAHL TCHAHH 0.67 0.67 E 3.0 Cooling TCHACL TCHACH when operation starts 0.33 1

The compressor stops after 120 seconds of continuous detection When the operation starts, according to the table above, the unit will operate according to the after-the- T-change parameters before the compressor stops for the first time. From the time the compressor stops to the time it starts again, the operation will follow the T (except the moisture removing mode) When the operation starts and the operation modes change (except when the idle mode is over) and
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When the compressor is working and the remote-controller set temperature falls below – T, the compressor stops. 2.4.3 Compressor operation When the compressor is kept idle for 3 minutes, the deviation E will be higher than the compressor will start working.

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and

2.4.4 DASH operation When the operation starts or the operation mode changes (except when the compressor is switched on after being off), the compressor is on and the indicated maximum frequency should be as follows: Cooling deviation to zero Moisture removing deviation to level G Heating deviation to level F There will be no DASH operation under trial operation, emergency operation and silent operation modes. 2.4.5 Temperature adjusting of different levels. (DASH operation conditions under different modes) cooling/ moisture removing /heating /level / cooling / moisture removing /heating /Value E/<120 seconds/ 3-minute idle mode /compressor restart

2.4.6 Frequencies for different levels Within different levels, the indicated frequencies are(the frequency the indoor unit transmits to the outdoor unit) as follows Under the cooling & moisture-removing mode, level A and B have the same frequency. Under the silent mode, levels A-E have the same frequency with level F

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Indicated frequency Heating Silent heating Moisture removing Cooling Silent cooling FQHOT [0—7] FQSHOT [0—2] FQDRY [0—7] FQCOOL [0—7] FQSCOOL [0—2] Frequency range 36-80Hz 36-72Hz 36-80Hz 36-80Hz 36-64Hz

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The maximum frequency value refers to the max value listed above. The maximum and minimum values for cooling and heating are the maximum and minimum values for correspondent items. 2.4.7 Controlled frequency for the same level The indicated frequency when a level remains unchanged after the compressor operates with the same frequency for 3 minutes. The timing will start again when there is a different frequency input. If the temperature level remains unchanged for 3 minutes, the indicated frequency will change again (add FQUPH or FQUPL) Controlling form for the same level Levels of temperature change A B Heating Cooling &moisture removing FQUPH 2Hz C FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (2Hz) D FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (2Hz) E FQUP (2Hz) FQUP (2Hz) F FQUP (1Hz) FQUP (1Hz) G FQUP (1Hz) FQUP (1Hz) H

FQUPL 1Hz

2.4.8 Select the wind volume when it is set automatic When the wind volume is automatic, it can be switched between strong, medium and weak according to the temperature adjusting levels. Wind volume under the automatic wind volume mode

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Outdoor temperature condition 011(Below 20 ) 010(15-20 001(10-15 000(below10 ) ) ) Indicated frequency Limited frequency for weak or health wind Limited frequency for weak or health wind +FUPHEA1 Limited frequency for weak or health wind+ FUPHEA2 Normal frequency 10 15 . the upper limit of indicated frequency is as follows: Frequency control form for wind volume Limited frequency variables Medium wind volume Weak wind volume Limited frequency for up/down health wind FQLIMMD FQLIMLO FUPHEAL Limited frequency 80Hz 52Hz 40Hz When judging the conditions for frequency limit under the heating mode.0-070801 Temperature adjusting levels A Heating cooling Moisture removing Strong B Strong C Strong D Strong E Strong F Medium G Weak H Weak I SLO Strong Strong Strong Medium Medium Weak Weak Weak Strong Medium Medium Medium Weak Weak SLO SLO 2.5 Frost removing Under the intensive-running protection mode. 2. If it has been set to one or both of the modes.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. then follow the table below for the limit modification. the protection control will be in priority The compressor does not stop Under heating operation mode. Then the indoor unit starts the heating operation.13 - . indication levels and wind volume control will operate following the heating temperature levels.6 Wind volume limit When the compressor is working and the max setting for indoor blower fan is medium or weak. first judge if the unit has been set to weak wind volume or health wind modes. the outdoor unit sends a frost-removing signal (I21=10) and the indoor unit will start the frost-removing control until the outdoor unit transmits the signal to end the frost-removing.

0-070801 Indoor blower fan control When the wind volume is manually medium.14 - .2 THHOT1 25. enter into the next level without referring to the heat exchange temperature.0 THHOT2 35.1 Warm boot When the heat running starts or the frost removing ends and the compressor starts again. warm boot wind volume control should be done. The blower fan stops when the heat exchange temperature is below 25 The blower fan is working slightly weak when the heat exchange temperature is above 25 below 35 The blower fan is working weak if the he heat exchange temperature remains 35 minutes. and for less than 4 The blower fan works as set if the he heat exchange temperature remains 35 for more than 4 minutes The blower fan works as set if the he heat exchange temperature remains above 37 .Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. the running speed is (strong + weak)/2. the running speed is (strong automatic+ weak automatic)/2(not counted if it is not up to 10rpm) 3.2 THHOTR 16 Stop slightly weak weak 4 minutes setting weak slightly stop weak To control the indoor blower fan as shown in the table above according to the heat exchange temperature When the heat exchange temperature rises to the level between THHOT1 and THHOT2 and even after 4 minutes it cannot reach the level between THHOT2 and THHOT3. in order to avoid cold wind.1.1heat running 3. Heat exchange temperature THHOT3 37. When it is automatically medium.

Picture 3.1 Compressor off.1.1.4 Moisture removing running Level H Compressor OFF 3minutes idle mode Setting slightly weak OFF weak .15 - weak setting . Automatic wind volume function will decide the wind volume according to the temperature 3. The wind volume control is the same with 3. the compressor is on.1. idle mode for 3 minutes The blower fan stops as the compressor stops The operation is weak after 3 minutes’ idle mode After stand by for 3 minutes.select the wind volume by the temperature in the automatic wind volume mode Refer to the temperature level control function 3. if the compressor is on.2 Compressors on The compressor operates as the set wind volume when the wind volume is set to be strong. If the compressor stops when the heat running starts.1 When the frost-removing process if over. warm boot will be done according to the hear exchange sensor. the wind volume will be weak. . medium and weak.2 When the compressor stops and remains idle for 3 minutes 20 seconds after the compressor stops. the wind volume is weak 3. if the compressor if switched off.2 cooling running The wind volume can be set to strong.3.3 Moisture removing running 3. medium or weak The wind volume is decided according to the temperature adjusting when the wind volume is set to be automatic. 3. the wind volume control will be warm-booted.4 Frost-removing operation The blower stops after 20 seconds When receiving the I21=11 signal from the outdoor unit in the heat frost-removing mode.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.1.3 Restart of the compressor The wind volume is set by the remote-controller after the warm boot. the wind volume is weak (switching to SSLO in silent running mode) and then slightly weak.0-070801 3. 3.3.

The ion generator stops as the blower fan stops. 4.1 Silent hearing The wind volume is SSLO after the compressor is on The wind volume will be kept SSLO within 20 seconds after the compressor stops and then changes to weak 5. Air cleaning If the blower fan starts working after receiving the remote-control order. it operates with powerful heating or silent heating. When the main unit is in heating mode.2 Silent cooling The wind volume is SSLO 5.3 There is no silent mode for moisture removing and wind-sending. there are no powerful or silent modes. there will be no low-intense running protection within 3 minutes 4. the aion generator starts working and sends out ions.16 - . the outdoor unit does not accept the communication signal for powerful running After 15 minutes of powerful running. When the main unit is in wind-sending mode.3 There is no powerful mode for wind-sending and moisture removing Silent running Send the silent running signal to the outdoor unit 5. there are powerful and silent functions for your choice. With temperature adjusting function The wind volume is the automatic medium When in frost removing mode. the compressor can not be off within 10 minutes 4. normal running mode or timed switching on mode to end the powerful running When in automatic mode.2 Powerful cooling Change the set temperature.1 Powerful heating Change the set temperature.0-070801 Powerful running Powerful running for 15 minutes The running stops or ends the powerful running after 15 minutes The mode switch ends the powerful running Enter into the silent mode. it operates with powerful cooling or silent cooling. When the main unit is in cooling mode. With temperature adjusting function The wind volume is the automatic strong After the compressor starts.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. .

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When the ion generator is OFF and the air cleaning function is on, the blower fan starts running and the ion generator starts working again.

Timed running
Set the time duration according to the time difference between the clock for timing and the current clock In timing mode, the display panel will flash the light at fixed times 7.1 Timed OFF When this function is set, operation modes on the panel display will not change. The timing icon will show and the operation stops when the set time comes. 7.2 Timed ON When this function is on, the panel display will only display a question mark. The unit will operate as the set mode when the time comes. 7.3 Timed ON/OFF The unit will start operating or stop according to the order of your setting.

Sleeping Running
8.1 When under the mode of cooling or moisture removing, the set temperature will rise by 1 hour and another 1 after the next hour. 6 more hours later the operation stops. after 1

8.2 Under the heating mode, the set temperature will fall by 2 every 1 hour within the first two hours. It will rise by 1 after another 3 hours and stop after running for 3 hours. 8.3 If the indoor blower fan is set to be strong wind before setting the sleeping running, it will be medium wind after setting the sleeping running. If the indoor blower fan is set to be medium wind before setting the sleeping running, it will be weak wind after setting the sleeping running. If the indoor blower fan is set to be weak wind before setting the sleeping running, the running speed of the blower will not change.

Automatic running
9.1 Automatic running mode
Under this mode, the MCU will choose the work mode according to the room temperature so as to keep the set temperature (set 23 for heating mode and 26 for cooling mode) When the unit is powered on for the first time and the room temperature is equal to or below 23
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will start the heating mode or the cooling mode when the room temperature is higher than 23 Enter into the heating mode and follow the heating process (supposed temperature 23 ). When the temperature is high enough to stop the compressor, the compressor stops and there will 3 minutes of idle mode. If the compressor senses the incoming wind temperature is higher than 23 after it stops for 15 minutes, the unit will switch to cooling mode. Otherwise it will keep the heating mode. Enter into the cooling mode and follow the cooling process (supposed temperature 26 ). Compensation temperature difference will be cancelled automatically. When the temperature is high enough to stop the compressor, the compressor stops and there will be 3 minutes for idle mode. If the If the compressor senses the incoming wind temperature is equal to or below 23 after it stops for 15 minutes, the unit will switch to heating mode. The compensation temperature will be added automatically. Otherwise it will keep the cooling mode. When the unit switches from other modes to automatic mode, if the work state changes (judge first and then work), there will be 3 minutes for idle mode. Ant then the temperature will change to the judged level according to the incoming wind temperature.

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The indicated frequency for trial running is 58Hz, wind volume is strong. The trial running will last for 30 minutes and then the unit will be powered off. The unit will exit the trial running if it receives any remote-control signal during the trial running period. There is no low-intense running protection.

Low Work-intense protection control
Specification for heat-exchange temperature sensor B fixed number=3700 R(25 )= 10K Under the cooling /moisture removing modes, the low work-intense protection will be carried out according to the heat-exchange temperatures as shown in the table below. Low Work-intense protection control Picture 11.1 Heat-exchange temperature THLHEATBL3 THLHEATBL2 THLHEATBL1 THLHEATBL0 Indication level

Normal level2 level 1 normal

stop

level 1

level 2

Low Work-intense protection control will be neglected in the trial running. Low Work-intense protection control will be cancelled for 3 minutes temporarily after the powerful cooling starts for 1 minute (THLH[3 2 1 0]= 7 4.6 2.2 -0.5 )

High Work-intense protection control
Under the heating mode, the high work-intense protection will be carried out according to the heat-exchange temperatures as shown in the table below. High Work-intense protection control:

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unplug and plug again. b.3 THHEAT4 65.7 THHEAT5 70. The outdoor unit EEPROM is wrong will be displayed when the indoor unit receives wrong EEPROM signals from the outdoor unit.1 Indicated frequency Normal stop frequency values when the high work-intense starts Edition: 1.Haier air conditioner Heat-exchange temperature THHEAT6 74.20 - . EEPROM control EEPROM is wrong when the EEPROM parameter sum does not accord with the check sum after the outdoor unit is powered on. In this case the control and emergency operation are not allowed. Special functions 1. . If the heat-exchange temperature does not reach THHEAT [2]. . Remote-control the emergency signal. it will resume to the normal temperature level control The smaller one of the high work-intense frequency and level frequency will be the operation data.1 THHEAT3 62. The main unit operates as the set state on the display panel and stores the state in the EEPROM. To enter into the function please press the sleep key 10 times with 4 beeps in 7 seconds and store the current state in the EEPROM of the indoor unit.6 THHEAT0 47.0-070801 C D E D CB A B CD E idle mode High Work-intense protection High Work-intense protection alarm High Work-intense protection alarm will start if there are two times of high work-intense protection within 30 minutes. The indoor unit operates as follows when under the power failure compensation mode.9 THHEAT1 51. Under the power failure compensation mode. 1.2 THHEAT2 52. Unplug the unit to shoot the problem. The indoor unit operates as the remote-control and the emergency setting and store the current state in the EEPROM in the indoor unit. the main unit will send the signals for current operation and power failure compensation to the indoor unit panel. Power failure compensation a.

1 .1 Compressor Operation Frequency Control Compressor Operation Frequency Range: Outdoor Temperature Heating Defrosting Outdoor Temperature Cooling 1.90Hz for one minute (Frequency will be immediately decreased under the condition that outdoor unit air discharge temperature overheating protection is activated or over current of compressor) then the compressor will operate towards target frequency. Press the sleep key for 10 times with 2 beeps in 7 seconds to exit.2 Compressor Startup Regardless of target frequency of indoor unit. To set the timing and sleep function under the power failure compensation mode please plugs the unit after power failure and the main unit memory would be OFF state. Ts=Air Intake 1. Tc1=Indoor Coil. Td= Air Discharge.1 Outdoor Unit Operation Frequency and Control 1.System Major Function Sensor Code Definition: Tai= Indoor Ambient Temperature.1. each time when compressor is from off to on. This process does not exist in normal operation of unit. Outdoor Unit .0-070801 a.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. b. Te= Outdoor Coil.1. it must maintain 60Hz. Tao=Outdoor Ambient Temperature.

Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. it will operate as per frequency of indoor unit.3.0-070801 1.1 The following is a description of electronic expansion valve operation: Energization Initial Operation .3 Heating: When completing compressor startup operation. After 2 minutes. compressor operation frequency will be compensated as per relevant conditions.22 - .1.4 Cooling & Dehumidification: When completing compressor startup operation. After 2 minutes. it will operate as per frequency of indoor unit.5 Compressor Frequency Increase/Decrease Speed Rapid Frequency Increase/Decrease Speed 1 ----------1HZ/s Slow Frequency Increase/Decrease Speed 2 -----------1HZ/10s 1. 1. 1.1.1.3 Outdoor Electronic Expansion Valve Control 1.2 Outdoor Fan Control Outdoor Temperature Cooling Heating Compressor Operation Frequency 1. compressor operation frequency will be compensated as per relevant conditions.

the value is set at 6 when unit leaves the factory.2 Around the 2nd minute after compressor startup.2 Defrosting Time Interval time interval between two defrosting cycles is 45 minutes.5 Outdoor Defrosting Control 1.0-070801 Valve Complete Off Operation Valve operation after Compressor Startup and shutdown.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.6 For area prone to frost.3 Valve Adjustment Time Interval and Method Valve Adjustment in Cooling Mode In cooling mode. Compressor Startup: Opening of valve must ensure restart of compressor when reaching benchmark opening. 1. 1.5.23- .8 TA 0 C=0.4 Four-way Valve Control Defrosting Four-way Valve Control (please see defrosting process for details) Time sequence of the defrosting operation is as follows: Four-way Valve Work Status in Other Modes: In heating mode. 1.1 Defrosting Mode Entry Conditions The unit will enter defrosting mode when compressor starts up and operates for 10 minutes continuously in heating mode or after compressor runs for an accumulated time of 45 minutes (Upon completion of defrosting or when switched to cooling mode. 1. If compressor is off or is switched to non-heating mode. four-way valve ensures that it is off at least 2 minutes after compressor shuts down.3. Defrosting entry temperature control -15 C×TA -5 1. compressor accumulated operation time will be cleared) and when 2 minutes’ continuous checking by defrosting sensor TE (check frosting condition of outdoor unit heat exchanger) and outdoor ambient temperature sensor TA meets the following conditions: TE C×TA Among which: C:TA 0 C=0. valve opening can be adjusted based on various outdoor ambient temperature and corresponding frequency. four-way valve is on. Compressor Shutdown It ensures complete off of valve after compressor shuts down.5. Valve Adjustment in Heating Mode The system will adjust valve based on difference between compressor intake air temperature and defrosting temperature. if Tao>Tai The system will adjust valve based on difference between compressor intake air temperature and indoor unit coil temperature.3. Overheat benchmark will be adjusted if air discharge temperature is too high or too low in cooling or heating mode. .

compressor current and air discharge overheat protection features are effective.3 Defrosting Operation When defrosting begins. During defrosting.5. When compressor starts. compressor will operate as per startup process.1 Time interval between compressor shutdown and restart is set at 3 minutes to ensure that compressor will only restart after 3-minute shutdown and initial energization valves are turned on to adequate opening position after being fully turned off. 50s later. . the TD air discharge overheat protection feature will be activated.5.5. System Protection Function 2. When compressor stops for 10 minutes continuously. external fan is running and 50s later. compressor will run at 60HZ for 60s then move on to target frequency of 80HZ. In the unit is still within defrosting cycle. defrosting operation will be switched to heating operation.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. 2. initial PTC output is 1.) On entering defrosting. PTC output value is 0. During defrosting. it will resume defrosting and startup of compressor will be based on the rule for defrosting startup. (The unit will exit defrosting mode and handle fault in the event of 3 consecutive restart failures. and compressor startup will be performed 5s later.24 - . if compressor shuts down due to activation of protection feature or due to malfunction. . 1. it must guarantee that compressor will operate for a minimum of 2 minutes in defrosting mode before exit.6 PTC Output Control When outdoor unit is energized.5 When defrosting exit conditions are met. 10s later.0-070801 1. yet air discharge sensor fault must be alarmed 4 minutes after compressor starts. 1. 1 :Temperature of outdoor heat exchanger exceeds 7 for 80s continuously 2 : Temperature of outdoor heat exchanger exceeds 12 for 5s continuously 3 :Defrosting operation continues for 9 minutes. four-way valve will be off. it will resume after 3 minutes. compressor will stop for one minute.2 TD High Temperature Protections As long as unit is on. four-way valve will be on. 1.4 Defrosting Exit Condition When one of the following conditions is met. On receiving compressor startup instruction. PTC output value is 0. 60s later. external fan will be off. the unit will operate as follows Compressor stops and external fan starts. output value is 1.

3 Outdoor Temperature Limit Cooling: When outdoor temperature is lower than 15 . the unit will start rated cooling operation. outdoor wind speed is forced at level 1. 2.Haier air conditioner TD Abnormal Shutdown 117 Rapid frequency drop 112 Slow frequency drop (1HZ/10s) 108 Invariable frequency 105 Frequency rise (1HZ/10s) 98 Frequency rise 1HZ/1 s 1HZ/s Edition: 1. the unit will start rated heating operation. cooling operation will start in a frequency signaled by indoor unit. the alarm indicator lamp will blink and blink frequency is 1HZ Time interval between blink cycles is 3s.0-070801 When TD>110 for 20s continuously air discharge overheat protection will be activated and fault will be reported to indoor unit. Rated Heating: When receiving the instruction of indoor unit rated operation. Forced Cooling: When receiving indoor forced cooling signal. heating operation will start. compressor frequency is limited to less than 50 HZ. Middle and Minimum Capacity Operation: When receiving indoor. compressor frequency is limited to less than 50 HZ. Rated.5 Special Features 1. outdoor wind speed is forced at level 1. Heating: When outdoor temperature is higher than 20 .6 Fault Display and Treatment In case outdoor unit faults. outdoor unit will operate as per wind speed and frequency set by EEPROM and all the protection features are effective.4 Rated Operation Rated Cooling: When receiving the instruction of indoor unit rated operation. 2. Alarm indicator lamp is off when there is no fault. 5 . 2. middle and minimum capacity operation signal. 2. It will not continue in other conditions. Only air discharge temperature and over current protection features are effective and other protection features are invalid. cooling operation will start. rated. 2.

35 1.04 93.66 217.06 1.65 0.62 0.00 56.01 1.65 66.47 0.91 51.69 0.15 48.02 191.59 0.34 263.10 1.50 0.04 169.50 35.45 37.20 1.78 126.52 39.61 180.68 1.41 1.50 78.35 83.51 1.45 0.66 -26- Power Input (V) 0.35 0.97 1.94 74.35 204.56 0.22 104. Thermistor resistance chart Indoor ambiend temperature sensor Temp.40 0.33 0.74 1.17 149.93 98.63 1.92 0.25 1.56 247.33 60.53 0.93 111.80 0.51 46.88 53.37 0.72 41. ( ) -20 -19 -18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 R (KO) 281.80 .24 159.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.67 70.42 0.57 1.11 117.88 0.88 63.76 0.77 140.46 1.0-070801 4.84 0.52 88.15 1.00 1.04 43.84 231.73 0.99 132.

50 2.57 3.33 2.83 3.56 13.21 2.84 2.65 5.44 3.78 2.90 3.10 3.85 26.0-070801 1.91 1.89 9.92 32.89 2.00 3.23 17.23 11.71 11.42 16.94 19.51 3.25 27.56 2.48 3.31 9.44 2.09 18.93 13.62 2.10 5.34 6.80 3.37 3.00 2.72 29.39 8.35 3.96 .94 20.30 24.39 3.92 15.20 3.73 2.72 3.60 6.87 5.10 8.15 3.25 3.00 21.97 2.95 3.22 14.Haier air conditioner 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 33.14 6.44 5.04 12.43 7.09 2.86 6.76 3.76 10.15 2.73 7.67 2.93 3.22 10.46 9.27 30.12 23.54 25.65 3.99 19.85 1.30 3.77 12.27 2.05 3.05 7.24 -27- Edition: 1.52 3.74 8.68 3.65 15.38 2.

08 38.08 36.15 3.35 4.21 40.36 4.11 4.32 4.40 46.33 1.16 4.23 1.04 4.76 3.86 4.19 34.13 1.04 3.13 4.08 4.90 0.05 4.04 1.02 4.56 3.Haier air conditioner 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 5.34 4.79 85.95 0.51 4.13 4.41 64.97 52.0-070801 Indoor pipe temperature sensor Temperature( -20 -19 -18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 ) R(KO) 90.63 3.66 1.39 1.38 3.40 4.42 4.30 4.55 1.99 4.08 1.46 42.50 3.23 4.72 1.28 1.72 80.99 1.74 2.84 .41 -28- Power Input(V) 0.94 2.33 68.25 4.38 4.18 4.96 76.43 Edition: 1.04 2.61 1.02 54.68 4.90 3.27 58.73 61.65 2.51 72.78 1.28 4.50 1.84 2.21 4.10 49.18 1.88 44.44 1.26 3.

61 16.19 2.84 8.09 3.61 24.52 7.87 10.19 3.38 3.83 7.88 25.43 10.09 15.67 3.72 2.0-070801 1.22 26.92 3.43 2.86 3.59 3.42 3.52 5.00 9.90 1.07 2.41 23.60 2.73 5.51 3.33 3.20 21.89 3.15 7.48 8.13 2.49 2.47 3.14 3.90 12.59 9.19 5.31 2.04 3.18 20.32 5.56 2.Haier air conditioner -1 0 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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 32.98 .68 6.75 3.43 17.83 2.12 -29- Edition: 1.01 2.24 29.48 12.38 14.30 18.38 11.21 19.24 3.78 3.29 3.27 22.34 10.83 16.64 11.88 2.54 2.71 14.77 2.73 31.43 6.93 2.95 6.84 28.98 2.25 2.08 13.95 5.71 3.37 2.63 3.23 6.82 3.55 2.21 8.95 3.99 3.

55 4.63 4.90 1.33 4.26 4.26 4.58 4.20 4.70 3.31 4.12 4.75 4.65 4.79 1.33 3.42 4.17 4.45 2.40 4.10 4.38 4.45 4.63 2.64 4.23 2.07 4.22 3.93 4.54 1.81 2.60 4.73 1.68 1.83 3.22 4.28 4.62 4.15 4.66 Edition: 1.0-070801 -30- .47 4.72 2.03 1.59 4.63 1.49 1.61 4.97 3.Haier air conditioner 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 4.57 3.11 3.09 2.96 1.54 2.04 4.51 4.85 1.58 4.57 4.90 2.45 4.36 2.45 3.48 4.11 3.30 2.50 4.37 4.00 2.42 4.53 4.44 4.15 2.24 4.58 1.54 4.01 4.35 4.

Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.sensor and Pipe sensor -30 -28 -26 -24 -22 -20 -18 -16 -14 -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 -2 0 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 -31- .0-070801 Outdoor ambient temp.

Haier air conditioner 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 Edition: 1.0-070801 -32- .

90 112 17.7620 2.13 1.83 117 15.0535 420.1253 87.7088 2.36 -2.1970 25.2282 1153.3091 1.2504 112.3680 15.66 1.9023 1.3690 81.7653 32.3876 2112.52 1.23 -2.7939 92.8004 70.92 111 18.9508 1.4856 2.4902 69.9394 13.97 -1.7063 2.8769 16.1208 441.20 -1.90 -2.86 115 16.3452 41.27 82 47.6151 31.0828 2564.13 -1.3593 1217.4166 16.1254 26.23 -33 - .7961 99.39 67 85.5000 46.03 103 23.93 1.99 106 21.9472 1236.3696 14.8343 2.3161 592.2211 58.44 1.0970 28.44 58 123.8101 8622.3265 647.4283 64.07 -2.3533 873.14 -1.6413 5927.6531 10365.96 0.5564 17.98 -0.2509 1887.06 -2.5942 Min (KO) 115.23 86 41.9864 5494.32 -2.0603 723.48 -2.1961 1935.1025 20.37 -1.9590 1.0270 9057.9821 2.24 -2.26 -1.77 -1.92 0.40 65 92.12 2.7109 5851.85 1.6468 1431.1438 29.3024 766.4470 23.2924 18.7046 95.4417 27.9407 3276.89 0.9865 511.96 -1.1404 896.16 1.9352 464.9761 17.95 109 19.40 -2.6668 72.73 -1.9622 33.5864 25.6078 4100.35 -1.4723 16.8378 11885.80 -2.14 -2.9078 2.59 1.19 -2.8080 2.4661 1051.7931 1473.0743 985.95 E ) temperature Max ( ) (KO) 2.69 -2.1389 6311.89 1.5245 21.8205 654.4741 6647.6086 807.63 1.0105 486.16 -2.30 1.1303 2.41 -1.15 93 32.6604 536.9115 62.0269 2.93 -1.8323 43.7908 78.64 -2.9911 43.41 64 96.02 104 23.2164 2163.02 1.07 -1.7551 1255.9885 53.42 62 104.53 -1.4151 463.4826 1733.6580 616.5047 13.81 118 14.14 94 31.3634 508.90 -0.8583 751.2298 1072.1744 75.5548 3933.1938 1379.00 -1.4303 19.38 -2.4141 4451.8545 37.7528 1305.4586 4183.1596 622.1431 400.84 0.6112 2.22 87 40.6540 511.4212 727.8730 10531.93 110 19.6791 4628.0760 486.2851 2738.2105 2.18 -2.48 1.4271 559.6139 2289.22 -1.3902 13.28 80 51.5692 2.12 96 29.41 -2.7359 830.2314 8472.16 92 34.04 2.19 90 36.0191 3233.0770 2.3695 9847.7825 19.95 -2.7831 33.27 1.03 -2.6163 1284.0668 34.09 -2.0431 1511.85 -0.7151 366.4275 536.11 97 28.31 -2.8172 691.4226 996.88 -2.03 -1.5175 350.9020 14.9167 1.2526 8700.2930 6515.93 -2.9465 19.96 2.4792 1171.3055 1.8916 2.4547 6235.6752 2434.4489 1.4506 14.2703 64.0553 88.7386 2.7438 11267.1569 2.30 -1.1039 3049.6222 22.7315 91.1582 18.3787 7564.32 1.4261 484.5311 2.8458 15.3241 2.3626 6953.0505 13654.05 -2.58 -2.8443 2.26 -2.63 -2.1336 11096.2787 1355.1630 117.7796 462.16 2.3200 1038.6694 533.7240 9212.8685 24.5096 30.80 119 14.0924 1.2540 38.3564 15.29 79 53.2784 2.3148 2989.0146 934.9998 52.4246 28.0-070801 Discharging Piper Sensor temperature ( ) -30 -29 -28 -27 -26 -25 -24 -23 -22 -21 -20 -19 -18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 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 28 29 30 31 32 Max (KO) 14646.84 -2.92 -0.30 78 55.99 -1.3336 1687.0915 27.29 -2.00 2.06 1.21 88 38.3323 20.1831 563.86 -2.6024 1641.4388 98.4527 2716.8002 21.36 71 72.4565 9687.01 0.84 116 15.7223 2.35 72 70.5513 32.3048 24.0149 13.0486 800.9241 2.7110 24.08 -1.31 77 57.95 0.6731 2658.9075 2.8577 14.85 0.20 89 37.9116 2.3423 2.3689 31.9230 2046.6230 2167.1516 421.0242 1825.3290 2.4976 2.5393 5729.13 95 30.23 1.41 63 100.6777 2581.87 -0.10 1.92 -2.00 105 22.8542 15.79 -2.8979 624.99 0.50 -2.9191 1932.8922 761.2430 383.4731 60.18 -1.0018 1784.5302 3085.5542 ( -2.6388 8152.03 -1.11 -1.0855 12.2457 2.87 -2.5599 Nomal (KO) 122.33 75 62.85 -0.61 -2.2057 46.1295 Min (KO) 9924.15 1.0258 401.96 -2.2715 72.3499 421.7217 7423.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.5894 4355.5487 2296.3286 2.67 -2.8706 50.8956 2.2338 30.10 -2.89 -0.3996 2.3910 3573.4010 1.22 -2.2591 48.34 1.73 -2.7926 2.28 -1.7626 366.1301 334.4048 36.0574 23.5564 102.7933 2.41 1.7672 40.2852 7928.8058 2508.0563 17.70 1.9098 16.26 83 46.1906 57.94 0.6210 789.9440 887.10 -1.33 -2.8552 53.15 -1.04 102 24.81 1.6334 919.6735 84.8337 2.45 -1.3708 3861.8813 1018.4324 1191.4981 850.0776 103.3158 2236.3289 3699.2730 2045.66 -2.89 113 17.3510 441.3524 656.15 -2.8291 22.6615 75.70 -2.40 -1.17 91 35.6540 1630.0500 442.07 100 26.7336 3171.0899 1724.35 -2.27 -2.8618 106.69 -1.7474 6724.0000 48.76 -2.19 1.01 -1.43 60 113.25 -1.5446 564.4260 3365.2064 5160.89 0.24 85 43.6626 18.30 -1.38 68 82.5583 2.12 1.6569 2.7169 945.4805 85.77 1.8213 62.96 108 20.2048 78.93 -0.4214 1.9126 2368.5683 5045.4961 26.9963 4558.52 -2.4467 29.7996 37.6261 19.42 61 109.0206 5568.83 -2.37 -1.37 69 78.9643 2.6811 ( -1.5904 1458.3242 Nomal (KO) 12061.49 -1.45 -2.89 -1.09 98 27.72 -2.85 -1.9146 383.2460 2818.08 99 27.6201 3638.23 1.0205 2.5000 94.1938 3429.8302 2.05 -1.6792 843.45 57 129.3844 2.5589 108.2854 2906.12 -2.1906 4286.3328 593.32 76 59.00 -0.06 101 25.37 70 75.4966 1554.55 1.18 -1.87 0.5459 1996.0662 21.06 1.82 -2.8380 680.65 -1.21 1.5371 1831.92 0.5006 60.1460 1396.91 -2.33 -1.8144 1597.2604 38.0561 67.99 1.32 -1.34 1.25 84 44.2333 1323.8375 6108.57 -1.36 E ) 1.9770 55.3645 110.28 1.3427 14.34 73 67.10 -2.08 1.19 2.4842 44.55 -2.2765 22.8249 67.1413 5375.84 0.9114 4738.5157 1.8972 7166.2244 7089.61 -1.95 -0.2468 41.5139 3480.81 -1.5312 2877.30 1.7385 2.0912 50.0211 2.74 1.7083 44.5000 2.5045 36.9835 2.7683 402.28 81 49.09 1.75 -2.53 -2.0715 1109.6159 1.77 -2.08 2.37 1.0048 1130.9968 1.87 114 16.17 1.2870 1541.2222 5233.85 -0.39 66 89.20 -2.8491 8074.03 1.98 -2.34 74 64.3554 4920.4134 687.1903 2.60 -2.43 -2.7098 3795.0614 81.6899 1.26 1.02 -2.3077 714.6945 2422.0609 55.44 59 118.1707 12735.8210 51.4621 4848.5535 4032.0160 2.56 -2.7950 2.23 -1.27 -2.9626 1094.47 -2.19 1.4999 9290.2338 7641.7252 587.7248 40.7481 967.98 107 20.2078 34.

39 2.5350 363.9529 205.2090 135.2909 11.3957 10.68 1.3369 178.36 mperatu ( ) 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 Max (KO) 14.63 -1.2586 8.4993 8.44 1.51 -1.76 -1.64 1.7294 13.40 1.9142 9.71 -1.5801 318.88 -1.0746 ( -1.7951 156.2676 239.57 1.4060 203.8181 153.7046 10.56 -1.5577 130.2641 138.2709 279.1376 13.2623 8.67 -1.4119 253.0970 9.0503 11.2003 10.5475 11.42 E ) 1.80 2.9112 10.14 -3.0436 221.68 -2.00 -3.00 3.6531 190.96 3.0648 181.9144 11.1254 287.0240 10.8559 Nomal (KO) 349.8175 7.75 2.9629 6.0495 7.5059 8.5510 11.4465 214.67 2.50 -2.6965 11.59 2.81 -2.8176 330.0584 Nomal (KO) 13.9639 182.91 -2.51 2.7664 ( -2.48 1.9733 150.5840 12.55 1.3249 147.70 1.44 -1.7563 9.93 -1.6976 265.27 2.2322 8.2191 9.5286 267.3280 160.3545 11.33 E ) 2.3454 132.1660 6.0-070801 temperature ( ) 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 Max (KO) 381.52 1.4809 218.2887 194.0206 250.43 2.92 2.50 1.7839 315.8228 167.84 2.2895 8.66 1.84 -1.5348 10.6199 277.7460 305.6066 186.5288 9.86 -1.3151 10.47 -1.05 -3.9136 140.3347 12.7404 8.6645 292.82 -1.6161 232.71 1.9824 8.1879 12.09 -3.9065 197.8108 7.71 2.95 -3.7855 199.9531 12.2273 173.2844 189.60 -1.8082 9.0329 7.2787 8.7288 242.6980 127.5958 7.45 -2.6217 159.49 -1.0027 120.75 1.78 1.6084 10.4031 255.0312 9.59 1.6197 9.76 1.88 2.63 -2.31 2.63 2.7403 134.4901 9.42 1.2151 290.0983 228.3875 Min (KO) 12.8620 244.58 -2.74 -1.58 -1.73 1.7945 8.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.4128 274.46 1.53 -1.4118 224.29 -3.72 -2.54 -2.7176 346.7955 12.80 -1.4683 144.3081 Min (KO) 319.04 3.3352 9.7524 166.3760 7.2242 10.8617 10.55 2.5682 301.9825 212.54 1.90 -1.4584 170.9508 163.47 2.77 -2.63 1.78 -1.5378 8.9971 8.65 -1.19 -3.1904 153.0602 8.3905 262.6945 174.38 1.1268 141.09 -34- .5216 304.86 -2.61 1.4341 333.3860 208.35 2.2270 11.7441 8.8745 234.1598 125.5931 7.8817 11.24 -3.3914 146.4165 12.41 -2.69 -1.

18. representative flash . representative light Domestic Air Conditioner .HSU-09.22HC03/R2(DB) Edition: 1.0-070801 5. 5. representative extinguish .1 Error Codes and Description Code indication Outdoor indoor Indoorand Outdoor Description Reference Page (LED1 flash times) 15 Communication fault between indoor and outdoor units Room temperature sensor failure 36-37 38 38 38 39 40 38 41 Indoor Malfunction Heat-exchange sensor failure Indoor EEPROM error Indoor fan motor malfunction High work-intense protection 1 Outdoor EEPROM error The protection of IPM Outdoor Malfunction Overcurrent protection of AC electricity for 43 the outdoor model 4 6 8 10 12 13 18 19 24 25 Communication fault between the IPM and outdoor PCB Power voltage is too high or low Overheat protection for exhaust temperature Frost-removing temperature sensor failure Ambient temperature sensor failure Exhaust temperature sensor failure deviate from the normal for the compressor Loop of the station detect error Overcurrent of the compressor Overcurrent protection for single-phase of the compressor 42 42 44 45 45 45 46 47 47 47 Note indoor :the display board .12.

2.22HC03/R2(DB) Edition: 1.1 between indoor and outdoor units : LED1 flash 15 times Communication fault between the indoor and outdoor units Restart the a/c and it becomes normally? YES The outdoor mainboard needs dewetting NO If starting up normally. the indoor mainboard is damaged 2)If LED1 blinks interruptedly. If the voltage is of a constant value of 0VDC or 5VDC. the indoor mainboard is damaged. is well connected and whether its 2.12.HSU-09. measure the voltage The indoor PCB might be broken between Jumpers 3 and 4 of IC7on the indoor mainboard with a multimeter. Reconnect the linking cable. Replace the linking cable with new one.2 Trouble Shooting 5. YES 1)If LED1 keeps on lighting. NO NO I Check the status of LED1 on the indoor mainboard. -36Domestic Air Conditioner . but malfunction after a while occurs again YES The outdoor mainboard needs dedusting NO Check whether the linking cable YES between the indoor and outdoor 1.0-070801 5.18. core wires are well insulated.

If the voltage varies between 0 and 3VDC.12. Domestic Air Conditioner . If +12VDC is available. measure the voltage between Jumpers 3 and 4 of IC7on the indoor mainboard with a multimeter.0-070801 If LED1 of indoor blinks interruptedly. measure the AC voltage between positions 1 and 3 on the terminal of outdoor unit with a multimeter. the outdoor mainboard is damaged. YES The outdoor PCB might be broken If LED1 of indoor keeps OFF 1. If +12DC is not available. the indoor mainboard is damaged. 3. 2.HSU-09. If 230VAC is available but 310DC not. replace it with a new one. Test the outdoor power supply (230VAC and +310VDC) with a multimeter. the outdoor pcb is damaged. If both 230VAC and 310DC are available. If the value is constant at about 30V. Measure the voltage across Jumpers 1 and 2of IC6(7805) on the outdoor mainboard with a multimeter. go forward to step 3. replace it with a new one. Within two minutes after the machine is supplied with power and turn on.18.22HC03/R2(DB) Edition: 1. If the value varies between 0 and 80 VAC. go forward to step 2. rectifying bridge is damaged. the outdoor mainboard is damaged. replace it with a new one. replace it with a new one.

18.HSU-09. Replace it with a new one. Check the value of the sensor to see whether the sensor is damaged or not? Yes Sensor is broken.0-070801 7.12. NO Yes the indoor mainboard is If the malfunction still exists damaged. -38Domestic Air Conditioner .replace it with new sensor NO The indoor PCB is broken.22HC03/R2(DB) Edition:1. replace with new indoor PCB : Indoor or outdoor EEPROM error: Check whether LED1 on the outdoor unit blinks 1 times Yes The outdoor mainboard is damaged. and needs replacing with a new one.2 Indoor Malfunction : Room temperature sensor failure : Heat-exchange sensor failure whether terminal CN8 on indoor PCB contact wellt? NO Pull out the terminals on the indoor mainboard and reinsert them YES Pull the sensor out of the mainboard 1) Measure the value of resistance Between its two jumpers 2) Measure the temperature at the room temperature sensing head.2.

YES the indoor mainboard is damaged and need replace -39 Domestic Air Conditioner .18. or else The motor would be damaged.0-070801 :Indoor fan motor malfunction Notes: When the unit is on .22HC03/R2(DB) Edition:1.don’t pull out or insert the terminal of the motor (CN9).12.HSU-09. YES check whether motor can run when turn on the unit NO the indoor motor is damaged and need replace YES NO When fan motor is running Measure whether there is the motor of the indoor unit is damaged and need voltage pulse between the middle wire and the black side replace wire of Terminal CN8 on the indoor mainboard. whether terminal CN9 and CN8 on indoor PCB well inserted or not? NO Pull out and reinsert the terminals YES Electrify the machine again and turn it on in the cooling operation Measure whether there is voltage 60vac-230vac NO the indoor mainboard is damaged and need replace between the red wire and the black wire of Terminal CN9 on the indoor mainboard.

12.18. NO YES Use some tools to measure whether the pressure of the the system is too high? The system is over charged with gas -40 Domestic Air Conditioner .22HC03/R2(DB) Edition: 1.HSU-09. check whether the wind temperature is below 72 the malfunction is reported after the machine has run for some time? YES Check room temperature and pipe temp sensor. NO the indoor unit blows poorly due to blocked filters or poor condition of the fan? YES 1) Clean the filters 2) Reinstall the fan.0-070801 : High work-intense protection Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote controller.

22HC03/R2(DB) Edition: 1. if it does exist.HSU-09. NO With a multimeter. then measure temperature on the module radiator whether it is too high. -41Domestic Air Conditioner .3 Outdoor Unit Malfunction LED1 flash 2 times: The protection of IPM Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote controller.? YES IPM Module might be poorly radiated and need to be recoated with heat conducting paste and reinstalled.12.0-070801 5. V and W of compressor are equal and between 1 and 3 . test whether there is diode characteristic between the three terminals U/V/W and whether the two terminals P/N of IPM module and the diode characteristic is exist. Test with a multimeter whether the resistance values among Phases U.18. YES NO IPM Module is damaged and needs replacing. the compressor should be damaged.2.

Check whether the voltage between2 and 3 of Terminal CN8 is about DC15V.0-070801 times: Communication fault between the IPM and outdoor PCB 1) Check whether Terminal CN14 and CN8 on the outdoor mainboard CN10 and CN11 on IPM module 2) Check whether the connected wire between IPM and outdoor YES Are they good? 1) Pull out and reinsert the terminals. DC5V.18.12. 2) Replace connected wire NO Electrify the machine again and turn it on. Check whether YES the voltage between 1 and 2 of Terminal CN8 is about Replace the outdoor IPM module with a new one. -42Domestic Air Conditioner .HSU-09. YES the voltage between 2 and 4 on the rectifying bridge of outdoor is 187-260VAC? NO The reactor of outdoor is damage and replace a new one YES the rectifying bridge or IPM module is damage and need to be replaced.22HC03/R2(DB) LED1 flash 4 Edition:1. NO Replace the outdoor mainboard with a new one Indoor : LED1 flash 6 times : Power voltage is too high or low the voltage between P and N of Terminal CN1 is below 120vDC or up 400vDC? YES The IPM module is damaged and needs replacing NO the voltage between 1 and 2 on the terminal of outdoor is about 187-260VAC? NO Check power supply.

If the voltage is too low or too high NO YES YES repair The power supply If the power supply is in OK. but malfunctions are reported after it has run for some time.18.12.meassuer whether the pressure of the system is too high or too low? the system may have been over or under charged with gas -43Domestic Air Conditioner .HSU-09.Check the power supply.0-070801 Indoor : LED1 flash 3 times : AC electricity protection Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote controller.22HC03/R2(DB) Edition:1.If malfunctions are reported before or upon the compressor being started up YES The IPM is broken NO The compressor is started normally.

18. NO YES Exhaust temperature sensor is broken and needs be replaced NO YES Pull out the exhaust sensor and measure its resistance The sensor is damaged.0-070801 Indoor: LED1 flash 8 times: Overheat protection for exhaust temperature Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote controller. Replace the sensor with a new one. or there may be leakage in the piping system.22HC03/R2(DB) Edition:1.12. then measure the temperature at the exhaust temperature sensor of the compressor on the outdoor unit 1) The cryogen may have been leaked during the temperature exceeds 110 shortly after the YES installation. 2) There may be other causes to make the exhaust temperature too high. Replace the sensor with a new at standard temperatures according to the one. machine starts up? NO Measure the temperature at the exhaust temperature sensor of the compressor on the outdoor unit Malfunctions occur after running for some time? even though the measured temperature is below 110 .HSU-09. NO The outdoor mainboard is damaged and needs be replaced -44Domestic Air Conditioner . resistance-temperature table NO YES the results deviate much? The sensor is damaged.

0-070801 Indoor: Indoor: Indoor: LED1 flash 10 times: Frost-removing temperature sensor failure CN10 LED1 flash 13 times: Exhaust temperature sensor failure LED1 flash 12 times: Ambient temperature sensor failure CN13 CN11 CN10.22HC03/R2(DB) Edition: 1. whether the sensor is YES Sensor is broken.18. YES Pull the sensor out of the mainboard 1) Measure the value of resistance between its two jumpers 2) Measure the temperature at the room temperature sensing head. Replace with new indoor PCB -45Domestic Air Conditioner . Replace with new sensor damaged or not? YES The Outdoor PCB is broken.CN13 on the outdoor mainboard contact well? NO Pull out the terminals on the outdoor mainboard and reinsert them.CN11.HSU-09.12.

YES The IPM might be broken Malfunction unsolved the Malfunctions exist also. The above process repeats again and again YES 1. The compressor is damaged NO At the stopped state. 2. it blinks for the same times again. and the compressor will start up again 10 seconds after the machine stops. LED1 on the outdoor PCB blinks(1Hz)for 18 times. the outdoor unit stops shortly after startup. The compressor is damaged replace a new on 46 . and after pause of 2 seconds or so.The malfunction of the compressor’ rotor circuit Outdoor: LED1 flash 18 times Within 3 minutes after the machine is supplied with power and turned on with the remote controller. The wiring of compressor is incorrect or the connection is poor.

the compressor couldnot stard up NO At frist. but malfunctions are reported after it has run for some time. the compressor start up . .Check the power supply. The compressor is damaged replace new one Overcurrent of the compressor times Outdoor: LED1 flash 24 times Outdoor: LED1 flash 25 Overcurrent protection for single-phase of the compressor Electrify the machine again and turn it on with the remote controller.soon the compressor stopped with the LED1 on the outdoor PCB blinks 1Hz for 19 times YES IPM Module is damaged and needs replacing. Yes IPM Module is damaged and needs replacing. Malfunction unsolved the Malfunctions exist also. The wiring of compressor is incorrect YES or the connection is poor. No The compressor is started normally. The compressor is damaged Outdoor: Within 3 minutes after the machine is supplied with power and turned on with the remote controller.If malfunctions are reported before or upon the compressor being started up. If the voltage is too low or too high Yes Repair the power supply 47 . 2.Loop of the station detect error LED1 flash 19 times 1.

Performance curves diagram 6.1 High drop and long pipe capacity modification curves .0-070801 6.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.48- .

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82 14.07 15.47 4.91 10.60 10.44 11.10 13.54 9.10 14.57 11.64 9.80 5.04 9.81 10.89 13.16 15.40 35 5.71 5.77 9.31 9.3 Air outlet temp.37 20 4.64 10.17 15.31 5.32 9.35 15.29 46 6.36 16.28 13.15 16.47 25 4.16 8.25 10.08 9.29 11. (Humidity 46%) 32 5.95 17.34 13.0-070801 43 5.54 Outdoor temp.97 17.90 8.74 17.99 11.06 15.25 13.-ambient temperature table Indoor temp.26 9.58 11.25 5. Curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) air outlet temp.96 11.61 13.24 15.31 power consumption(w .33 16. DB/WB 18/12 18/14 20/15 22/16 25/18 27/19 30/22 32/23 32/24 18 4.37 10.81 6.69 15.83 9.05 9.-ambient temp.57 - .32 10.Haier air conditioner 6.68 16.07 16.78 10.19 12.78 16.30 5.18 16.20 9.18 6.69 40 5.97 9.08 Edition: 1.89 12.13 15.

01 35 5.97 14.51 16.93 20 4.99 16.88 12.37 16.88 9.33 15.74 8.02 11.98 10.26 10.98 9.32 40 5.77 9.61 8.58 - .00 16.75 14.74 16.71 13. DB/WB 18/12 18/14 20/15 22/16 25/18 27/19 30/22 32/23 32/24 18 4.55 6.75 12.57 9.44 14.25 4.46 4.10 5.63 Edition: 1.05 Outdoor temp.04 9.63 14.53 4.97 13.75 15.92 11.85 46 5.38 9.30 10.69 16.99 6.71 14.95 power consumption(w .96 10.54 12.0-070801 43 5.98 8.68 8.-ambient temperature table Indoor temp.91 8.57 12.30 16.65 10.65 8.70 11.61 16.30 10.59 10. (Humidity 46%) 25 4.06 5.54 9.99 12.65 9.38 15.34 13.22 10.85 15.76 8.76 14.11 10.04 5.85 15.15 32 5.Haier air conditioner HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) air outlet temp.11 10.56 8.

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Haier air conditioner HSU-22HC03/R22(DB) Edition: 1.60 - .0-070801 power consumption(w .

0-070801 22 2336 2321 2694 2971 3247 3641 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp . 19 2255 2210 2623 2890 3156 3600 Edition: 1.4.61- .Haier air conditioner 6.1 Cooling discharge pressure curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) COOLING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) DB/WB 15 25 30 35 40 45 16 2053 2078 2451 2764 3075 3429 Indoor temp.

Haier air conditioner HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) COOLING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp.62 - . 19 2220 2170 2580 2840 3100 3540 Edition: 1.0-070801 22 2300 2230 2650 2920 3190 3580 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp . (Humidity 46%) DB/WB 15 25 30 35 40 45 16 2020 2040 2410 2715 3020 3370 Indoor temp.

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4.2 Cooling suction pressure curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) COOLING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp.65 - . 19 752 772 777 780 822 854 Edition: 1. (Humidity 46%) DB/WB 15 25 30 35 40 45 16 664 693 696 706 744 772 Indoor temp.0-070801 22 764 776 775 796 838 869 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp .Haier air conditioner 6.

19 693 712 717 720 760 790 Edition: 1.66- . (Humidity 46%) DB/WB 15 25 30 35 40 45 16 620 648 650 660 696 723 Indoor temp.0-070801 22 720 731 730 750 790 820 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp .Haier air conditioner HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) COOLING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp.

COOLING DISCHARGE PRESSURE 67 .

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Haier air conditioner 6. (Humidity 46%) DB/WB -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 15 2106 2172 2427 2393 2552 2920 3419 3060 Indoor temp.0-070801 25 2439 2585 2752 2764 2858 3370 3670 3603 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp . 20 2274 2363 2543 2563 2733 3065 3602 3433 Edition: 1.69 - .4.3 Heating discharge pressure curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HEATING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp.

20 1910 2080 2250 2385 2520 2940 3360 3160 Edition: 1.Haier air conditioner HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HEATING DISCHARGE PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp.0-070801 25 2160 2335 2510 2630 2750 3030 3430 3370 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp .70 - . (Humidity 46%) DB/WB 15 10 5 0 5 10 15 20 15 1690 1855 2020 2045 2200 2590 3110 2840 Indoor temp.

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4.Haier air conditioner 6. (Humidity 46%) DB/WB -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 15 260 325 394 430 470 600 757 719 Indoor temp.0-070801 25 262 340 420 478 545 682 818 762 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp .73 - .4 Heating suction pressure curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HEATING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp. 20 259 330 415 470 540 648 757 749 Edition: 1.

0-070801 25 220 295 370 435 500 640 780 753 DISCHARGE PRESSURE Outdoor Temp -74 - . 20 210 285 360 430 500 605 710 720 Edition: 1.Haier air conditioner HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HEATING SUCTION PRESSURE TABLE Outdoor temp. (Humidity 46%) DB/WB -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 15 210 280 350 385 420 565 710 680 Indoor temp.

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(Humidity 46%) 32 1049 1431 1871 1856 1840 1886 2056 2034 2088 35 1056 1403 1750 1725 1700 1820 1958 1991 2044 40 1089 1305 1629 1571 1560 1696 1860 1909 1960 Edition: 1. curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) Sensible cooling value .77 - .5 Sensible cooling value – temp.Haier air conditioner 6. DB/WB 18/12 18/14 20/15 22/16 25/18 27/19 30/22 32/23 32/24 16 1199 1561 1923 1883 1842 2038 2246 2321 2380 20 1207 1570 1932 1895 1857 1971 2135 2123 2178 25 1215 1620 1942 1907 1871 2008 2276 2280 2339 Outdoor temp.0-070801 43 976 1221 1527 1466 1468 1604 1731 1813 1862 46 889 1157 1425 1417 1396 1511 1696 1717 1764 .Temperature table Indoor temp.

Haier air conditioner HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) Sensible cooling value .78- .0-070801 43 1687 1950 2278 2213 2215 2281 2498 2585 2638 46 1593 1881 2168 2160 2138 2185 2460 2482 2533 . (Humidity 46%) 32 1765 2175 2648 2631 2615 2573 2846 2822 2880 35 1773 2145 2517 2491 2464 2490 2741 2776 2833 40 1808 2040 2387 2325 2314 2377 2636 2689 2744 Edition: 1.Temperature table Indoor temp. DB/WB 18/12 18/14 20/15 22/16 25/18 27/19 30/22 32/23 32/24 16 1926 2315 2703 2660 2617 2731 3050 3130 3194 20 1935 2290 2714 2673 2632 2661 2931 2918 2978 25 1943 2378 2724 2686 2648 2700 3083 3087 3150 Outdoor temp.

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0-070801 43 791 917 854 857 860 887 914 924 938 46 846 978 932 937 941 970 999 1021 1036 power consumption power consumption(w . (Humidity 46%) 25 291 367 410 411 412 430 448 427 436 32 388 474 611 627 642 665 687 646 657 35 515 614 642 650 658 680 703 682 694 40 735 856 777 778 779 804 829 827 840 Edition: 1.81- .6 Power consumption-temp.Haier air conditioner 6. Curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) Power consumption value .Temperature table Indoor temp. DB/WB 18/12 18/14 20/15 22/16 25/18 27/19 30/22 32/23 32/24 16 268 342 443 446 448 466 485 491 510 20 276 350 422 424 426 443 462 454 464 Outdoor temp.

(Humidity 46%) 25 824 906 953 954 955 974 994 971 981 32 929 1022 1170 1187 1204 1228 1253 1208 1220 35 1066 1173 1203 1212 1220 1245 1270 1247 1259 40 1304 1434 1349 1350 1351 1378 1406 1403 1417 Edition: 1.Haier air conditioner HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) Power consumption value .Temperature table Indoor temp.0-070801 43 1364 1500 1433 1436 1439 1468 1497 1508 1523 46 1424 1566 1517 1522 1527 1558 1589 1613 1629 power consumption power consumption(w .82 - . DB/WB 18/12 18/14 20/15 22/16 25/18 27/19 30/22 32/23 32/24 16 800 880 989 992 994 1014 1034 1040 1245 20 808 889 966 968 970 989 1009 1001 1011 Outdoor temp.

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1 250Hz 42.5 51.9 55.0 125Hz 44.4 HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) NOISE LEVEL INDOOR OUTDOOR 100Hz 47.0 27.4 4000Hz 28.0 34.8 41.1 125Hz 43.6 dB(A) dB(A) .4 4000Hz 28.0 26.4 57.5 8000Hz 0.Haier air conditioner HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) NOISE LEVEL INDOOR OUTDOOR 100Hz 46.3 47.9 Edition: 1.6 2000Hz 33.86 - .6 48.3 2000Hz 32.1 8000Hz 0.0 29.3 52.0 28.3 53.5 54.0 250Hz 43.7 58.7 1000Hz 39.1 50.9 6000Hz 0.3 35.4 500Hz 41.1 42.4 500Hz 40.6 1000Hz 40.0-070801 6000Hz 0.

0-070801 6.8 Compressor performance curves HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) SERIAL NUMBER FREQUENCY INPUT POWER 1 30 542 COMPRESSOR:DA108X1C-20FZ3 2 50 675 3 60 820 4 80 982 5 90 1100 6 110 1251 7 120 1319 INPUT POWER HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) COMPRESSOR:DA89X1C-20FZ INPUT POWER .Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.87 - .

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HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) .90 - FUSE2 TO INDOOR UNIT .Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.0-070801 T25A/250VAC FUSE1 MAIN CONTROL BOARD Remark the dotted parts are optional for different unit.

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92 - FUSE2 TO INDOOR UNIT .Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.0-070801 T25A/250VAC FUSE1 MAIN CONTROL BOARD Remark the dotted parts are optional for different unit. HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) .

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Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.96- .0-070801 T25A/250VAC HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) .

2K 103/275V CN4 1 PIPE 2 ROOM 3 4 C13 D D CN9 1 2 3 4 5 AC-L C19 R24 120/1W TLP3526 1.3K C12 102 R14 20K102 C18 C R21 680 TXO com uni cat i on m out put 1 com uni cat i on i np ut 2 m TXI 2.1 6 2 3 4 5 +5V +12V IC5 PG DRI VE IC1 R11 out door P04/INT24 P05/INT25 P03/-INT23/AN7 P02/-INT22/AN6 470 470 R36 R34 R37 100 +5V C11 104 30 f an out put 10K C23 102 E7 4.2uF/450VAC AC-N CN2-1 1 s our ce R 2 +5V 3 s our ce G 4 TIMER 5 RUN 6 REC 7 GND +5 LED1 C16 TLP421 2 1 3 4 R26 102 2.2K 2 1 2W6.2K IC8 9013 220-N R29 D7 R28 330K 10 VSS 11 P37/BZ/PPG C C +12V BUZ1 R1 220 R2 1K 2.2K R10 R39 2.15A 250VAC AC-N 2 1 GND 1uF/275VAC IN4007 D4 IN4007 C14 104 1000uF/35V R17 C15 104 10K C21 104 A Title Size B Date: File: Number 9-Aug-2007 Revision A 1 2 3 4 5 .7U P06/INT26 P07/INT27 P60 P61 /RST X0 X1 24 P40/AN0 P7223 22 P71 25 P41/AN1 27 P43/AN3 P42/AN226 104 31 negat i ve i on 1K R35 R38 VCC 32 out door +5V panel choos e3 exchang f r es h ai r 4 C2 s hr i nk t i me 5 P01/-INT21/AN5 29 28 P00/-INT20/AN4 +5V R12 C1 102 CN10 10K TEST R32 1K +5V R4 10K outdoor communi cat i on i nput PGO +5V C22 R13 3.8K IN4007 COM D6 CN6 5 D 4 C 3 B 2 A 1 IN4007 FRED CN12 FLZ FWHITE FLZ P36/INT12 PG f eedback 13 P35/INT11 r em e r ecei ve ot C6 14 P34/T0/INT10 102 C7 A 15 P33/EC 102 16 C E8 4.2K SW1 OSC1 8M buzzer Q2 R31 1K +5V CN8 C9 103 3 2 1 R7 10K outdoor communi cat i on output 103 s w t ch 6 i +5V R5 10K 7 C4 104 8 9 R27 2.2K IC7 +5V TLP371 1 2 3 6 5 4 C17 104 R25 10K 8 7 6 5 R15 10K IC3 1 2 3 4 CN5 R30 330 over zer o check 12 P50/PWM C5 103 R6 2.7U 21 +12V P70 1 16 FLZ 20 s t ep m or choos e ot 2 15 PGO 3 IC2 14 19 P30/UCK/SCK 4 13 5 12 18 C P31/UO/SOt ype choos e 6 11 7 10 17 B P32/UI/SI 8 9 aut o r un C10 104 +5V +12V CN11 7 3 FUSE1 CN1-1 D2 D1 D5 4 D3 E3 2 1 IC4 7805 Vin +12V 3 2 1 S14K350 ZE1 C20 1 2 3 CN1-2 +5V 470uF/16V Vout 3 E4 R19 10K RL1 1 2 3 SW3 1 2 3 B B FLZ +5V R18 10K R20 1K Q3 9013 CN14 AC-L T3.2K SW2 R9 2.

01uF-0805 XT1 R58 10K-0805±5 R44 10M-0805±5 C26 C25 C23 C21 C24 R59 1K-0805±5 C29 C22 0.01uF-63V IC4 5 4 3 2 1 CN4 D5 1N4007 TLP421 D6 1N4007 R14 C2 R2310K.1uF-0805 R56 3 IRQ 100 -0805±5 R70 4 GND 5 OSC1 10K-0805±5 Program +5 Door Switch CN7 +5V E11 R95 100UF/25V C16 C13 B5B-XH-A(red) 3 FCR8.001uF-0805 0.01uF-0805 C36 0.3K-0805±1 JSS1270 25 A/B 3 R18 10K-1/2W±5 IC3 TLP371 type 4 1 .1 4 2 3 CN10 +5V 1 DAT DAT 2 +5V R93 +5V C20 B7B-XH-A CN9 C15 0.1uF-0805 CN11 B BEEP-PKM13EPY-4002 +5V B 1 2 TCJ-02 C27 R85 R79 R84 100 -0805±5 32 31 30 Step_A 29 28 Step_B 27 Step_C Step_DR24 26 25 Health 24 R49 23 22 21 New_fan 20 19 COM_OUT 18 COM_IN 17 PTE5/MISO 4 3 2 1 +5V R51 +5V +5V C28 E13 C32 0.01uF-63V 1 250 LED1 3 R7 330K-1/4W±5 B JSS1270 35 R25 R15 10K-1/2W±5 1 2 2 Commu A 3.0805± 5 R191K.0805± 5 R261K.7K-0805±5 0.7K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 1K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K.7K-0805±5 N4 2SC2412 CN3 C3 0.01uF-0805 CN6 R36 27 -0805±5 1 2 B2B-XH-A(Red) N3 2SC2412 PTH1 PTD4 PTD5 PTD6 PTD7 +5V 0.1uF-0805 220uF/25V R91 10K-0805±5 R9 1K-0805±5 300 -0805±5 R97 +12V IC6 +5V GND0.001uF-0805 Remote_in C31 C37 +5V 0.1uF-0805 R65 R66 10K-0805±5 C C +5 E10 1K-0805±5 R41 4.7K-0805±5 R57 4.1uF-0805 R43 R48 SW1 JTP285 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 R74 10K-0805±5 1K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 R78 10K-0805±5 R92 Switch C19 R94 R81 R80 R75 10K-0805±5 R63 10K-0805±5 1K-0805±5 C30 0.0805± 5 R2010K.7uF/50V CN8 1 2 3 4 R53 R54 R82 IC5 A0 VCC A1 TEST A2 SCL VSS SDA R40 R39 R38 R37 R13 R12 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 8 7 6 5 R64 IRQ RST IR SDA SCL BUZZ 560 -0805±5 AT24C02B +12V pipe room R52 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 PTA6 PTA5 PTA4 PTA3 PTA2 PTA1 PTA0 PTG2/KBD2 PTG1/KBD1 PTG0/KBD0 VDD VSS PTE7/SPSCK PTE6/MOSI PTE4 R86 2K-0805±5 4.001uF-0805 0.01uF-0805 220 -0805±5 R87 1 2 3 4 20K-0805±1 R32 R31 B4B-XH-A 3.001uF-0805 B2B-XH-A 10K-0805±5 R55 10K-0805±5 N2 R34 10K-0805±5 2SC2412 R35 4.001uF-0805 0.7uF/50V E9 4.0805± 5 CN12 10K-0805±5 98 Pipe Room XT/Test +5V R46 R45 R29 R28 R47 E12 100uF/25V R42 1K-0805±5 C35 0.0805± 5 R221K.0805± 5 DAT +5V SW3 SW2 +5V 2K-1/4W±5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 ULN2003A +12V 2 1 B2B-VH-A NewWind A A +5V R8 4.01uF-0805 0.3K-0805±1 R10 3.1uF-0805 +5 P1 2SA1037AK R71 R77 1K-0805±5 +5V 2K-0805±5 R33 2K-0805±5 2K-0805±5 C17 R76 0.1uF-0805 R72 C12 0.001uF-0805 0.0MC5 D To display 0.01uF-0805 100 -0805±5 +5V +5V GND IR +12 R62 R61 R73 R60 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 300 300 220 300 -0805±5 -0805±5 -0805±5 -0805±5 1 D 2 1 2 +5V 0.3K-0805±1 N1 BUZZ1 R50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 UhomeTXD 13 UhomeRXD 14 FANReturn 15 FANout 16 PTC4 IRQ RST PTF0/TACH2 PTF1/TACH3 PTF2/TBCH2 PTF3/TBCH3 PTF4/TBCH0 NC PTF7 PTF5/TBCH1 PTF6 PTE0/TxD PTE1/RxD PTE2 PTE3 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 PTH0 PTD3 PTD2 AVSS/VREFL IC9 VDDAREF PTD1 PTD0 PTB7/ATD7 PTB6/ATD6 PTB5/ATD5 PTB4/ATD4 MC908AB32CFUE PTB3/ATD3 PTB2/ATD2 PTB1/ATD1 PTB0/ATD0 PTA7 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 2SC2412 +5 R27 10K-0805±5 R30 1K-0805±5 C34 0.001uF-0805 0.01uF-0805 TXD RXD CN5 Step U_home 5267-04A R83 100 -0805±5 0.1uF-0805 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 remote Remote_out Door To disp To disp To disp VREFH VDDA VSSA CGMXFC OSC2 OSC1 YJ_key PTC0 To disp PTC1 PTC2 PTC3 PTC5 C18 0.1uF-0805 0.001uF-0805 0.1uF-0805 10K-0805±5 10K-0805±5 C14 0.0805± 5 R211K.

1K/1% SW3 5V R46 20K/1% SW4 C38 104/50V R48 5.1K 5V 6 NCP1200P100 4 5 H 1 2 L 3 4 5 COM Q4 9013 CN22 2 1 PC CN19 2 1 Module communicate(B) 47K/1% C 20K/1% 20K/1% 20K/1% R30 C42 C41 C40 C39 R31 R32 104/50V 104/50V R33 104/50V 104/50V R37 R36 R35 R34 1K 1K 1K 1K AC FAN IN4007 JZC-43F R110 1K HEAT CN18 2 1 5V R53 COOL R64 5.1K/1% C203 104/50V C209 defrost(W) Air temperature(Y) R206 330/1W 104/50V suck(R) discharge(W) 5.2K P 1 DC fan ZD2 10V/0.1K CX101 104/275V C4 T101 472/250V/275V 472/250V/275V E22034 C9 12V 472/250V/275V C5 472/250V/275V R112 1 ZE5 S14K350 CN4 PE C8 220K/2W PTC1 CN5 AC-N OUT AC-L OUT relay W18 CN23 C C25 CN24 2U/450V C RL1 LED2 C105 472/2KV 3 100K/2W D102 ER106 R66 D5 JZC-33F ZD1 IN5948B CN15 GND COM 1 2 R105 10K R103 5.1K C104 R107 R106 15 47U/25V 99 R63 100/1W 3 2 1 four way valve C47 103/275VAC RL3 JZC-43F 9013 5V 3 1 IC8 Vin IC6 Vin L7805CV Vout C201 12V1000MA 1 102/100V 20K/1% Q101 CN26 COM 3 C 2 1 FAN CN20 IRFUC20 R111 2/1W R201 47 LED1 2.1K 5V COM GND PCcommunicate(BL) CN14 3 2 1 IN4007 C102 CN9 VCC 1 8 C 2 103/50V IC101 7 D7 3 RL2 R57 5.1K/1% R209 R211 220 222/2KV R203 47 1 2 3 15V300MA D201 10 ER302 C210 R202 C202 1K/0.1K 15CNVSS P11/(LED1) 27 R11 1K 16P21/XCIN P12/(LED2) 17 26 P13/(LED3) 25 18P20/XCOUT P14/(LED4) RESET 19XIN P15/(LED5) 24 20 Y1 P16/(LED6) 23 XOUT 21VSS 4M P17/(LED7) 22 C43 102/50V C44 102/50V R61 10K/1% CN11 3 C28 2 4.7U/16V 1 5V R62 10K/1% D202 6 MBR1100 C204 470U/25V/35V 7 ULN2003 R2081K CN16 12V 6 5 12V A 4 B 3 C 2 D 1 14 15 IC10 16 10 11 12 13 9 3 2 1 7 6 5 4 8 R47 CN10 C27 2 4.7U/16V 1 FA FAN R2051K 5.5W 47U/25V 1 .7U/16V 1 5V C206 102/100V D103 4 MUR130 C207 470U/25V/35V 5 12V 5.7U/16V IC201 PC817 20UH/1A C205 C208 100U/16V/50V 104 CY1 R207 R204 47 5.5W 5.1 IC13 4 E C48 5 C A 1 R45 330 5V K 2 TLP371 2 3 4 S14K350 225/275V L3 W 8mH/15A R1 22K/2W D2 IN4007 ZE4 CN7 CN2 AC-L FUSE1 S14K350 CN25 ZE1 N B C7 103/275VAC C49 R5 PC817A 1 C E 3 2 K IC12 A 4 R6 CN3 communicate 5V D3 IN4007 R7 RL4 JQX-102F R60 R52 R50 R51 R59 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K R40 R27 10K Q1 9012 R29 1K 10K C31 104/50V 15K 103/50V R8 1K 15K 15K 1K C34 103/50V R44 D4 IN4007 R43 10K SA1 RA-362M RL5 JZC-43F 1 2 3 4 6 R14 1M B C1 C2 225/275V ZE2 S14K350 R4 R3 R2 220K 220K 220K D1 IN4007 R9 102/50V 330K C6 22U/250V/450V Q3 9013 FUSE2 T1A/250V CN1 AC-N T25A/250V ZE3 P S14K350 D D R41 5.1V/0.1K 2 1 R10 1K R13 R38 1K 1K Q5 TEST CN17 R12 1K R28 5.2K ERROR R56 5VC37 104/50V R58 10K 5 IC11 4 6 3 7 24C02 2 R65 8 1 10K 5V B GND2 GND2 B D6 4148 10K T600D 3 Vout C32 104/50VC26 4.7U/16V 1 CN13 3 C30 2 4.5W 470U/25V/35V 104/50V 9 L202 C45 C35 C46 C24 104/50V 104/50V 100U/16V/50V 104/50V 5V400MA CN8 CN12 IC9 38588 1 VCC P30/AN0 42 2 VREF P31/AN1 41 3 40 P32/AN2 39 4 AVSS P33/AN3 38 P44/INT3/PWM 5 P43/INT2/SCMP2 P34/AN4 37 6 C36 P00/SIN2 36 7 P42/INT1 102/50V P01/SOUT235 8 P41/INT0 P40/CNTR1 P02/SCLK234 9 P27/CNTR0/SRDY1 P03/SRDY2 10P26/SCLK P04 33 11P25/TXD P05 32 12P24/RXD P06 31 13P23 C33 P07 30 29 14 102/50V P10/(LED0) 28 P22 R54 5.1K/1% SW1 R49 20K/1% SW2 R55 10K(no suck pipe need to add ) 4 3 K 2 R39 330 1 5V 3 Q2 9013 UP DOWN electronic expansion valve A R25 1K A C23 R21330 CN21 6 feedfack move speed R22 5 1K 4 15V C22 3 N 103/50VR23 2 2.1K R42 220 R210 TL431A IC102 PC817A R24 330/1W 1A 2 R26 1K 3 ZD3 4 K E C IC4 A PC817A 2 IC5 C E 3 C29 2 4.

1K Q1 9012 R60 R52 R50 R51 R59 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K R40 10K R29 1K C31 104 15K 15K D1 IN4007 R9 330 D2 IN4007 4 TLP371 K 2 5V 1 FUSE1 R45 IC12 CN22 N 1 2 3 4 P CN2 AC-N D5 12V IN4007 PTC 1 2 PTC R57 Q4 9013 5.1K SW4 R49 20K SW1 SW2 .5W L202 D201 10 MBR3100 C202 470U/25V 9 104 IC6 38588 1 VCC P30/AN0 42 2 41 P31/AN1 40 3 VREF AVSS P32/AN2 4 P44/INT3/PWM P33/AN3 39 5 38 6 P43/INT2/SCMP2 P34/AN4 37 P42/INT1 P00/SIN2 7 P41/INT0 P01/SOUT236 8 35 P40/CNTR1 P02/SCLK2 9 P27/CNTR0/SRDY1 P03/SRDY234 10 33 P26/SCLK P04 32 11 P25/TXD P05 12P24/RXD P06 31 C33 13 30 P07 29 102 14P23 P22 P10/(LED0) 5.7U/16V 1 CN13 3 C30 2 4.CN7 T3.1K 15CNVSS P11/(LED1) 28 16 27 P12/(LED2) 26 17P21/XCIN P20/XCOUT P13/(LED3) 18RESET P14/(LED4) 25 19 24 P15/(LED5) 23 20XIN XOUT P16/(LED6) 21VSS P17/(LED7) 22 IC201 PC817 20UH/1A C205 100U/16V C208 104 CN8 1 2 3 C43 102 C44 102 CN16 12V CN12 3 C29 2 4.2K R58 10K CN14 3 2 1 Module Com 47K 20K 20K 20K 1K 1K 1K 1K 100 R63 100/1W RL3 JZC-32F 2 1 5V R54 3 C32 104 Y1 4M C47 103/275VAC 5V 3 IC8 1 Vin GND 2 R110 1K C36 102 R107 HEAT CN18 R106 15 C104 47U/25V CN20 TEST CN17 2 1 20K Q101 IRFUC20 3 2 1 4-Valve R111 2/1W COOL R53 10K R201 47 IC6 Vin T600D Vout GND 2 5V C37 104 4 5 IC11 6 24C02 3 7 2 8 1 C201 12V 471/100V 1 L7805CV Vout C34 C22 100U/16V 104 5V C210 R202 1K/0.1K 6 5 4 3 2 1 12V A B C D Ts(Red) Td(white) R205100 C203 104 R204 47 16 IC10 15 14 10 11 12 13 9 ULN2003 1 2 3 7 6 5 4 8 12V C43 104 FA FAN UP DOWN ELEC-EXPANSIONVALVE TL431A IC102 Module Power R203 CY1 47 C205 15V 222/1KV 471/100V D103 4 MUR115 C209 R206 C202 104 470U/25V 5 330/1W R46 20K SW3 R485.1K R209 5.7U/16V 1 5V R55 10K CN11 3 C28 2 4.1K CN10 5V C27 2 4.7U/16V 1 Te(white) D202 6 MBR1100 C204 470U/25V 7 R28 1K R207 5.15A/250V 5 B 6 CN3 AC-L R1 22K/2W E 330 C Q3 9013 A C48 R4 R3 R2 220K 220K 220K 102 C6 22U/250V D4 IN4007 R43 10K R44 R81K 1K C34 102 2 K E A 3 1 IC11 4 TLP521 C R41 5.7U/16V 1 Tao(yellow) R61 10K 5V R62 10K R47 5.7K CN9 AC-Motor 5V COM GND 1 8 C102 103 RL2 JZC-32F 5V R38 1K PC CN19 2 1 2 IC101 7 VCC CN23 2 1 3NCP1200P100 6 4 5 1 C 2 C 3 4 H 5 6 7 L 8 COM 9 R30 C42 C41 C40 C39 R31 R32 104 104 104 104 R33 Td Ts Te Tao R37 R36 R35 R34 LED1 5V ERROR R56 2.1K R5 R6 CN1 Indoor-Com D3 IN4007 R7 12V 15K 5V 3U/450V C25 RL1 JZC-33F R27 10K R28 5.1K CX101 104/275V R105 10K R112 1 T101 E22034 C105 472/1KV C7 103/275VAC 3 100K/1W D102 IN4937 ZD1 IN5948B CN15 GND 1 COM 2 PC-Com(green) R103 4.

Necessary Tools for Installation 1.0-070801 9 Installation Read this manual before installation Explain sufficiently the operating means to the user according to this manual.Refrigerant oil Accessory parts No. NO.Torque wrench(17mm.Knife 10.Nipper 11.Pipe cutter 8.0010513988 101 . Accessory parts Remote controller Number of articles Drawing for the installation of indoor and outdoor units Optional parts for piping Mark R-03 dry battery Parts name Non-adhesive tape Adhesive tape Saddle(L.Hole core drill 4. The distance between the indoor unit and the floor should be more than 2m.Gas leakage detector or soap-and-water solution 12.Hacksaw 3.Flaring tool 9.Hexagon wrench (5mm) 5.Spanner(14.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.Driver 2.22mm.Reamer 14.Measuring tape 13.19 and 24 mm) 6.17.24mm) 7.S) with screws Mounting plate Connecting electric cable for indoor and outdoor Drain hose Drain hose 4X25 Screw Plastic cap Heating insulating material Piping hole cover more than 10cm mo re tha n1 0cm Cushion more than 5cm Drain-elbow Attention must be paid to the rising up of drain hose re mo tha n1 0cm Arrangement of piping directions mo re tha Rear left Left Rear right Right Below n1 0c m mo re t han 15c m more than 60cm The marks from A to G in the figure are the parts numbers.

In the case of fixing the remote controller on a wall. where a distance marked is available as illustrated in the above figure. where discharged wind and noise do not cause a nuisance to the neighbors. Install an exclusive branch circuit of the power. which is less affected by rain or direct sunlight and is sufficiently ventilated. fix the unit by attaching a vibration-proof mat.5 Edition: 1. Indoor Unit Selection of Installation Place Outdoor Unit Place. check the voltage without fail.5 583 113. fix a supporter surely with nails or wires in consideration of earthquake and strong wind. For 09 12 For 18 22 6.35mm(1/4") 9. possible to bear the unit.7mm(1/2") Liquid pipe Gas pipe 6. Place.Haier air conditioner 319. robust not causing vibration.5 140 500 140 Floor fixing dimensions of the outdoor unit (Unit:mm) Floor fixing dimensions of the outdoor unit (Unit:mm) HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) Fixing of outdoor unit Fix the unit to concrete or block with bolts( 10mm) and nuts firmly and horizontally. wireless apparatuses and fluorescent lamps can be left. Place. where the body can be supported sufficiently. where vibration and noise are not increased. Place.0-070801 113. Place. Place. radios. with enough space around. Place. both liquid and gas pipes shall be insulated as they become Iow temperature in operation. The thickness of the pipe must be 0. Place where the distance of more than lm from televisions. where cold air can be spread in a room entirely. If vibration may affect the house. where inlet and outlet of the unit are not disturbed. When fitting the unit to wall surface. Power Source Before inserting power plug into receptacle. Do not extend the cable by cutting it. nearby a power receptacle.35mm(1/4") 12. Selection of pipe To this unit. A receptacle shall be set up in a distance where the power cable can be reached. place where the indoor unit can receive signals when the fluorescent lamps in the room are lightened. roof or rooftop. possible to drain easily. Place.52mm(3/8") -102- 256 . Use optional parts for piping set or pipes covered with equivalent insulation material. not affected by heat or steam generated in the vicinity. (Refer to drawings). Place. The power source is the same as the corresponding name plate.8mm at least. where piping can be connected with the outdoor unit.

Which is separately sold. based on the neighboring pillars or lintels. 3.35mm(1/4") HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) When the mounting plate is fixed side bar and lintel Fix to side bar and lintel a mounting bar. 2. When the mounting plate is first fixed ". Install piping hole cover and seal it off with putty after installation Indoor side Wall hole Outdoor side Thickness of wall Bmm (Section of wall hole) Piping hole pipe -103- . then fasten securely the plate with the attachment steel nail. for the 2. Refer to the previous article. then temporarily fasten the plate with one steel nail. and then fasten the plate to the fixed mounting bar.Making a Hole on the Wall and Fitting the Piping Hole Cover Make a hole of Bmm in diameter.Fitting of the Mounting Plate and Positioning of the wall Hole When the mounting plate is first fixed 1.0-070801 Indoor unit 1. Find the wall hole location Amm using a measuring tape 150mm 70mm Thread Weight Amm Bmm Holes for fixing the mounting plate HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) 145 150 60 70 Fit the level line 6. Make sure once more the proper level of the plate. a proper leveling for the plate to be fixed against the wall. slightly descending to outside the wall.Carry out. by hanging a thread with a weight from the central top of the plate. " position of wall hole.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.

Insert the drain hose into the dent of heat insulation materials of indoor unit. cut away.Installation of the Indoor Unit Drawing of pipe Rear piping Draw pipes and the drain hose. 2. Move the body from side to side to verify its secure fixing. with a nipper. be careful not to crash pipes. In case of left-rear piping. and pull it out on the front side.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. In order to fix the body onto the mounting plate. the lid for piping according to the piping direction and then bend the pipe according to the position of wall hole. then take off wiring cover by removing its screws. Cover the connection part with heat insulation materials closely.hold up the body aslant from the underside and then put it down perpendicularly. bend the pipes according to the piping direction to the mark of hole for left-rear piping which is marked on heat insulation materials. Other direction piping Cut away. and then pull out the connected to the heat insulation of connecting part specially. Connect beforehand the indoor/outdoor electric cable. with a nipper. 4. Fixing the indoor unit body Hang surely the unit body onto the upper notches of the mounting plate. 3. then fasten them with the adhesive tape Left Left-rear piping In case of left side piping.Connecting the indoor/outdoor Electric Cable Removing the wiring cover Remove terminal cover at right bottom corner of indoor unit. 1. and make sure fixing with adhesive tape Heat insulation material Piping Drain hose Lid for right piping Lid for under piping pipe Lid for left piping Indoor/outdoor electric cable Fix with adhesive tape Indoor/outdoor electric cable and drain hose must be bound with refrigerant piping by protecting tape. -104- . When bending. Insert the indoor/outdoor electric cable from backside of indoor unit. then connect them. Coat the flaring seal face with refrigerant oil and connect pipes. the lid for left piping.0-070801 Indoor unit 3.

The wiring method should be in line with the local wiring standard. 2. confirm the terminal number of indoor and outdoor units carefully. 3. never fail to fasten the connected cable with the wiring cover.5mm Connecting wiring: 4G1. Loosen the screws and insert the cable ends fully into terminal block. and connect the cable making a loop. it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similar qualified person.5mm2 Connecting wiring: HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) -105- .5mm2 Connecting wiring: N 4G1. A breaker should be incorporated into fixed wiring. 5.0-070801 Indoor unit When connecting the cable after installing the indoor unit 1. After installation. Insert the cable from the back side of the unit. Pull out the cable on the front side. Note: When connecting the cable. in which the pipe has already existed. Insert from outside the room cable into left side of the wall hole. Pull the cable slightly to make sure the cables have been properly inserted and tightened. then pull it out on the front side. Indoor unit 2 Outdoor unit Power cable: 3G1.5mm2 HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) Indoor unit Connecting wiring: HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) { Outdoor unit 1 2 4 4 5 3 Outdoor unit L N 1 2 3 L Indoor unit { Power cable: 3G1. 2. 3. If the fuse on PC board is broken please change it with the type of T. 1. The breaker should be all-pole switch and the distance between its two contacts should be not less than 3mm.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.15A/250V. 4. The type of connecting wire is H05RN-F or H07RN-F. the power plug should be easily reached. After the cable connection. then tighten the screws. If the supply cord is damaged. If wiring is not correct. proper operation can not be carried out and will cause defect.

If wiring is not correct. then tighten the screws. according to 20 g/m. If it is over 5m.88mm(5/8") Be careful that matters.0-070801 Outdoor unit 1.Attaching Drain-Elbow If the drain-elbow is used.35mm(1/4") Liquid side 9.Installation of Outdoor Unit Install according to Drawing for the installation of indoor and outdoor units 2. The standard pipe length is 5m. Loosen the screws on terminal block and insert the plugs fully into terminal block. shall not enter the pipe. the function of the unit will be affected. please attach it as figure.m 42 N. 3. such as wastes of sands. Insert the cable according to terminal number in the same manner as the indoor unit. To bend a pipe. If the pipe has to be lengthened.then charge additional refrigerant.Connection Use the same method on indoor unit. 4. Half union Flare nut Forced fastening without careful centering may damage the threads and cause a leakage of gas.Connection of pipes Apply refrigerant oil on half union and flare nut. the refrigerant should be charged. proper operation can not be carried out and controller may be damaged. Pipe Diameter Liquid side 6. Fix the cable with a clamp.52mm(3/8") Gas side 12. Drain hose -106- . Before adding additional refrigerant. But the charge of refrigerant must be conducted by professional air conditioner engineer. give the roundness as large as possible not to crush the pipe Connecting the pipe of gas side first makes working easier.m 55N.m 60 N. perform air purging from the refrigerant pipes and indoor unit using a vacuum pump.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1. Note: Only for heat pump unit. etc.m Spanner Torque wrench Gas side 15.7mm(1/2") Fastening torque 18N.

or air enter into the cooling circulation system.Please do not let other cooling medium. tighten parts of pipe connection. the valve rod's cap for 2-way valve and 3-way's. the valve rod's cap for 2-way valve and 3-way's a little more than the point where the torque increases suddenly. Check the condition of the scale and hold it for 1-2min. connect the service port into the projection of charge hose (Iow) for gaugemanifold. Tube(for R410A) Liquid Side 3-way valve 12.7mm(1/2") Gas Side Gaugemanifold(for R410A) Anti countercurrent joint Vacuum pump(for R410A) Open 3 Vacuumize for over 15min. Vacuumize first. And check the level gauge which should read -0. Open Close 2-way valve 3-way valve 90 O 5 No gas leakage? In case of gas leakage. 7 To prevent the gas leakage.0-070801 Outdoor unit 2-way valve 6.Purging Method:To use vacuum pump 1 Detach the service port's cap of 3-way valve . turn the service port's cap. it is necessary to discharge all the refrigerant. close the handle 'Lo' in gaugemanifold and stop the operation of the vacuum pump. 2. Turn the valve rod anticlockwise until hitting lightly. discharge whole refrigerants from the service port. check the gas leakage around the caps.If the refrigerant of the air conditioner leaks. If the scale-moves of gause (Iow) reach vacuum condition in a moment. the return to the beginning of 3 . If leakage stops. 8 After attaching the each caps.35mm(1/4") 6. 4 Open the valve rod for the 2-way valve to an angle of anticlockwise 90 degrees. there will be abnormal high pressure in the system to make it crack and lead to personal injuries. except specified one (R410A). open 2-way valve and 3-way valve .Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.1 MPa (-76 cm Hg) at Iow pressure side. CAUTION: 1. 2 Open the handle at Iow in gaugemanifold. After 6 seconds. then charge the liquid refrigerant into air conditioner according to the amount marked on the name plate. make flaring work again. After the completion of vacuumizing. After flaring work again and vacuumize. If the scale-moves back in spite of tightening. operate vacuum pump. 7 Service port cap 3-way valve HSU-22HC03/R2(DB) HSU-18HC03/R2(DB) 2-way valve 3-way valve 2-way valve 7 Valve rod cap 7 Valve rod cap Liquid Side Gas Side 3-way valve HSU-09HC03/R2(DB) HSU-12HC03/R2(DB) -107- . check 1 again. Then connect the projection of charge hose (center) for gaugemanifold into vacuum pump. 6 If it does not stop gas leakage. fill up prescribed refrigerant from the gas cylinder. then proceed steps. Otherwise. close the 2-way valve and make the inspection of gas leakage. 2-way valve 2-way valve 3-way valve 6 Detach the charge hose from the service port.

please apply heat insulation to it without fail.35mm(1/4") 9. please install an earth leakage breaker. For installation in other places. 2.Cutting and Flaring Work of Piping Pipe cutting is carried out with a pipe cutter and burs must be removed. Check for Installation and Test Run Please kindly explain to our customers how to operate through the instruction manual.8 1. (Over I0A) In the case of installing an air conditioner in a moist place. Liquid side Liquid side Gas side Gas side Pipe diameter 6. flaring work is carried out. and confirm that drainage is carried out surely to outdoor. It waves.0~1.0 1.2~2. Less than 5cm It becomes high midway.4~2.On Drainage Please install the drain hose so as to be downward slope without fail.7mm(1/2") 15. In case that the attached drain hose is in a room.2 Flare tooling die Correct Incorrect Lean Damage of flare Crack Partial Too outside 3. Check Items for Test Run Gas leak from pipe connecting? Are the connecting wirings of indoor and outdoor firmly inserted to the terminal block? Is the connecting wiring of indoor and outdoor firmly fixed? Put check mark in boxes Is the lamp normally lighting? Are cooling and heating (when in heat pump) performed normally? Is the operation of room temperature regulator normal? Is drainage securely carried out? Is the earth line securely connected? Is the indoor unit securely fixed? Is power source voltage abided by the code? Is there any noise? -108- .52mm(3/8") 12.0-070801 1.8~1. After inserting the flare nut.Haier air conditioner Edition: 1.Power Source Installation The power source must be exclusively used for air conditioner.88mm(5/8") Size A (mm) 0. The end is immersed in water.5 1. Please don't do the drainage as shown below. use a circuit breaker as far as possible. The gap with the ground is too small There is the bad smell from a ditch Please pour water in the drain pan of the indoor unit.

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