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Product Outline ............................................................................................ 1 1. Model Series.....................................................................................................................2 2. Features ...........................................................................................................................2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9

Part 2

Compressor ........................................................................................................................... 2 Heat Exchanger..................................................................................................................... 3 Four-way Valve (Heat Pump) ................................................................................................ 3 Control System ...................................................................................................................... 3 Safety Protection Devices ..................................................................................................... 3 Low Noise Design.................................................................................................................. 4 Wide Operation Range .......................................................................................................... 4 Remote Control ..................................................................................................................... 4 Energy Saving ....................................................................................................................... 4

Main Data ..................................................................................................... 5 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Specifications ...................................................................................................................6 Operation Condition..........................................................................................................9 Dimensions.....................................................................................................................10 Foundation......................................................................................................................19 Piping Diagrams .............................................................................................................23 Wiring Diagrams .............................................................................................................27 Field Wiring Diagram ......................................................................................................31 Electric Characteristics ...................................................................................................32 Capacity Tables..............................................................................................................33 9.1 Cooling Capacity ................................................................................................................. 33 9.2 Heating Capacity ................................................................................................................. 51

10. 11. 12. 13. Part 3

Operation Limits .............................................................................................................69 Center of Gravity ............................................................................................................70 Sound Data.....................................................................................................................71 Bringing In ......................................................................................................................77

Other........................................................................................................... 79 1. Water Quality..................................................................................................................80 2. Control System Function and Operation ........................................................................81 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7

Table of Contents

Names of Parts.................................................................................................................... 81 Names and Function of Parts on the Control Panel ............................................................ 85 Remote Wiring Work and Setting ........................................................................................ 92 Operation Method of the Control Panel ............................................................................... 95 Functions of the Chiller........................................................................................................ 97 Local Settings on the Control Panel .................................................................................. 102 Multi-functional LCD Remote Controller (Option) .............................................................. 108

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Part 1 Product Outline 1. Model Series ...........................................................................................2 2. Features ..................................................................................................2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9

Product Outline

Compressor..............................................................................................2 Heat Exchanger........................................................................................3 Four-way Valve (Heat Pump) ...................................................................3 Control System.........................................................................................3 Safety Protection Devices ........................................................................3 Low Noise Design ....................................................................................4 Wide Operation Range.............................................................................4 Remote Control ........................................................................................4 Energy Saving ..........................................................................................4

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Model Series

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1. Model Series Refrigerant R407C

Heat Pump

Integrated 40HP 50HP z

z

60HP z

Packaged

80HP 100HP 120HP 140HP 160HP 180HP 200HP 220HP 240HP 280HP 320HP 360HP 400HP 440HP 480HP z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

z

2. Features 2.1

Compressor

z Developed exclusively for new refrigerant R407C The high-precision five-axis processing technology is applied to improve the compressor performance in an allaround way and realize 10%-100% continuous capacity control. z Tandem double-economizer circuit The original [D-Tandemstage] circuit realizes high-efficiency operation. One compressor is equipped with one upper economizer and one lower economizer, which substantially increases the cooling degree and improves the cooling capacity, thereby enhancing the efficiency of the entire unit. z Low noise, small vibration The gate rotors made of high-molecule composite material are capable of self-lubrication, thereby facilitating smooth engagement with the main screw and reducing the shock and vibration. In addition, the two rotors are symmetrically mounted for balanced pressure, further stabilizing the operation and decreasing the noise and vibration. Discharge pressure Suction pressure

Screw rotor Suction pressure

Discharge pressure

z Small size, Less Space The built-in oil separator has 99.5% and above efficiency, and can be directly cooled by refrigerant, thus eliminating the need of an oil cooler. It is also compact, small and lightweight. z High efficiency energy saving operation The semi-sealed single screw compressor performs 12 compressions for each rotating cycle. As compared to the usual twin-screw compressor, as no air escapes from the high pressure area to the low pressure area, there is almost no energy loss with the semi-sealed single-screw compressor. Besides, the gate rotors are made of high2

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molecule composite material, which improves the sealing performance while reducing the leakage loss, thereby greatly increasing the efficiency at full load. z Oil supply system easy to repair Differential pressure oil supply is used in the oil supply system of this compressor. The use of the rolling bearing has considerably simplified the oil supply system. No oil pump is used, thus facilitating repair. z The high operating efficiency and durability of the master unit are important factors in evaluating the characteristics of the compressor. z The high-efficiency single screw compressor is a patented product of DAIKIN. Since the production of open type compressor began in 1982, the semi-sealed single-screw compressor has been fully developed through constant improvement.

2.2

Heat Exchanger z Stainless steel plate type heat exchanger is used for the water side heat exchanger. The plate type heat exchanger is characterized by small size and high heat exchanging efficiency. The heat exchanger and the connecting pipes are all made of stainless steel, which improves durability and corrosion resistance. And a highefficiency water filter is built in, which can be periodically cleaned, ensuring long term stable and high efficiency operation of the compressor. A sensor is installed inside the heat exchanger, which can facilitate electronic antifreeze control. z The air side heat exchanger is of cross fin coil type. Its layout looks like an upside-down character of "M". After being analyzed and calculated with CAE, it is discovered that the air velocity distribution in the heat exchanger is even, which ensures high performance of heat exchange. Small diameter φ8 cooling pipe of N-shaped groove type is used to ensure compactness while improving COP of the compressor. Imported hydrophilic aluminum fin is used, so condensed water does not adhere to the fin surface easily, thus reducing the possibility of frosting. z The fouling factor of 0.086m2 · °C/kW is used for calculation in the design of the waterside heat exchanger.

2.3

Four-way Valve (Heat Pump) z The four-way valve specifically developed to match the structural characteristics of the compressor has a more reasonable structure. z A solenoid valve is used to control the flow of refrigerant in the four-way valve, ensuring the stability and reliability. z Adjustment is made by taking advantage of the internal pressure variation of the compressor, achieving more sensitive action and more stable operation. z The four-way valve is directly mounted at the suction of the compressor, which decreases the pressure loss of refrigerant, enables integration with the compressor, and improves the stability of unit operation.

2.4

Control System z This compressor adopts precise intelligent control with the computer. Operation can be done on the control panel of the compressor or through the remote control. z Motor wiring and control circuit wiring of the compressor have been connected before leaving factory. The compressor is operational after connecting the power supply and necessary water pump interlock wiring at the installation site. z The control panel of the compressor has the functions of status display, abnormality display and system changeover, etc. z Multiple dedicated contacts and spare contacts have been reserved inside the wiring cabinet to facilitate the user in connecting the remote control line and water pump interlock line, etc. z With the precise control of the computer and continuous capacity adjustment of the single-screw compressor, the unit can control the water temperature at an accuracy of ± 0.5 °C* and ensure the stable operation of all air conditioning systems. (Below 160HP) z The operating status is monitored by the computer. Even if there is a power failure, the compressor can continue to run automatically after the power supply is resumed. z Chilled water inlet or outlet can be set according to the customers' needs. z Averaging control is adopted for the running time of the compressor to improve reliability. z The compressor is started using the star-delta method. *Under outlet water temperature control for 160HP and below models.

2.5

Safety Protection Devices z The compressor has complete safety protection devices including high pressure protector, low pressure protector, compressor overheat protection, fusible plug, reverse phase protection function, exhaust overheat protection, compressor over-current protection, anti-freeze protection, fan motor over-current protection and safety valve, etc. z Water pump interlock protection port has been reserved and is operational after wiring is connected properly at

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the installation site. z Chilled water interruption protection port has been reserved.

2.6

Low Noise Design z A new-type wing-shaped sickle-like fan is adopted. The noise is effectively reduced by using the wing-shaped sickle-like fan with minimum swirl, which is designed by simulating the operating conditions of fans with different vane shapes through (F1) (Computational Fluid Dynamics) program. z The compressor discharge pipe is equipped with a muffler to reduce the high-frequency noise. z The compressor has a damping design to avoid the transfer of vibration. z The compressor is mounted in the compressor chamber lined with soundproofing material to further reduce the noise.

2.7

Wide Operation Range z Steady heating operation is possible even at the ambient temperature of –20°C. z To meet the needs of process cooling, the outlet temperature of chilled water is within 4°C-25°C (cooling-only model).

2.8

Remote Control z The remote control contacts are standard equipped for BA, which can perform the functions of start/stop, cooling and heating mode switchover, fault alarm, etc. z The wired LCD remote controller is optionally equipped for direct remote control, which can perform the functions of start/stop, cooling and heating mode switchover, fault code display, temperature setting, etc., inquire about many important parameters of compressor operation, and has the “self diagnosis function”. z The Daikin I-Manager control system is optionally equipped for uniform management of the entire air-conditioning system. z RS485 standard interface is available as an option.

2.9

Energy Saving z Energy saving characteristics of the compressor • The single screw compressor was developed on the basis of twin-screw compressor. The orthogonal structure is used for air compression, which overcomes the weakness of "leakage delta" inherent in twin-screw compressor and improves compression efficiency of the compressor by 5%. • The master screw of the single screw compressor bears completely balanced force during operation, which has reasonably improved the working condition of the screw bearing, significantly reduced the wearing of the bearing, and as a result, the compressor is able to maintain an extremely high mechanical efficiency for a long time, and the customers can avoid the considerable operating cost increase due to extended use of the equipment. • Self lubricating material is used in the gate rotors, resulting in extremely low friction coefficient and high operating efficiency. • The single-screw compressor maintains a high-efficiency level of cooling coefficient (ratio of cooling capacity against energy consumption) at partial load. Therefore, good energy saving results can be achieved even at low load. z Flexibility of load adjustment of the compressor • In actual operation of air conditioner, the compressor usually does not run for a long time at full load. The unit can automatically perform 10%-100% stepless capacity regulation to adapt to the change of air-conditioning load on the user side. For models with multiple compressors, the unit can control the quantity of compressors to achieve economical operation.

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Part 2 Main Data 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Specifications ..........................................................................................6 Operation Condition ................................................................................9 Dimensions ...........................................................................................10 Foundation ............................................................................................19 Piping Diagrams....................................................................................23 Wiring Diagrams....................................................................................27 Field Wiring Diagram.............................................................................31 Electric Characteristics..........................................................................32 Capacity Tables ....................................................................................33 9.1 Cooling Capacity ....................................................................................33 9.2 Heating Capacity ....................................................................................51

10.Operation Limits ....................................................................................69 11.Center of Gravity ...................................................................................70 12.Sound Data ...........................................................................................71 13.Bringing In .............................................................................................77

Main Data

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Specifications

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1. Specifications Model

UWYP40BY1

UWYP50BY1

UWYP60BY1

Power Supply

UWYP80BY1

UWYP100BY1

UWYP120BY1

3 Phase 380/400/415V 50Hz 3Wire System kW

106

132

160

210

265

320

103kcal/h

91

114

138

181

228

275

Chilled Water Flow Rate

m3/h

18.2

22.7

27.5

36.1

45.6

55.0

Pressure Drop

kPa

34

41

50

60

37

44

kW

112

140

170

230

280

340

Cooling Capacity

Heating Capacity

103kcal/h

96

120

146

198

241

292

Hot Water Flow Rate

m3/h

19.3

24.1

29.2

39.6

48.2

58.5

Pressure Drop

kPa

38

46

56

71

41

49

Capacity Steps

%

100~10-0(Continuous capacity control)

Color

Ivory (5Y7.5/1) Type

Semi-hermetically sealed single-screw type

Model×No. Compressor

Motor Output

kW

ZHC3TLH1YE

ZHC3SLH1YE

ZHC3YLH1YE

ZHC5LMH1YE

ZHC3SLH1YE×2

ZHC3YLH1YE×2

30

37

45

60

37×2

45×2

Starting Method

-UStart

Refrigerant Oil

FVC68D

Charge

L

7.5

7.5×2

Water Heat Exchanger

Brazing plate type

Air Heat Exchanger

Cross fin coil

Type Condenser Fan

Propeller(Direct drive)

Model×No. Motor Output

P70K11S×4 kW

0.5×4

1.0×4

Type Charge

1.0×8

1 kg

50

2

68

78

Control

108

68×2

78 ×2

Electronic expansion valve + Solenoid valve High pressure switch, Low pressure switch, Compressor thermal protector, Freeze-up protector, Overcurrent relay (compressor), Overcurrent relay (fan), Reverse-phase protector, Overheat protection of discharge gas, Fusible plug, Safety valve

Safety Devices Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet

Piping Connection

P70K11S×8

1.0×6 R407C

No. Of Circuit

Refrigerant

P70K11S×6

3B Flange (80A)

Drain Outlet

Dimension H×W×D

4B Flange (100A)

RP1 1/4 Female Screw (32A) mm

2,456×2,650×2,000

2,456×2,200×2,000

2,456×4,400×2,000

Machine Weight(Approx.)

kg

1,800

1,930

1,990

2,640

3,740

3,995

Operating Weight(Approx.)

kg

1,833

1,966

2,030

2,687

3,791

4,052

Standard Accessories

Electric Characteristics

Running Current Rated Power Cooling Consumption Power Factor

A

58 (380V)

63 (380V)

87 (380V)

113 (380V)

126 (380V)

174 (380V)

kW

31.2

36.2

48.2

64.7

72.4

96.4

%

82 (380V)

87 (380V)

84 (380V)

87 (380V)

87 (380V)

84 (380V)

Starting Current

A

161 (380V)

187 (380V)

237 (380V)

398 (380V)

265 (380V)

342 (380V)

Running Current

A

63 (380V)

71 (380V)

93 (380V)

130 (380V)

142 (380V)

186 (380V)

kW

35.0

41.2

51.5

74.3

82.4

103.0

Rated Power Heating Consumption Power Factor Starting Current Minimum Wire Diameter

External Wiring Method

Operation manual, Installation manual, Fuses, Touch-up paint

%

84 (380V)

88 (380V)

84 (380V)

87 (380V)

88 (380V)

84 (380V)

A

161 (380V)

187 (380V)

237 (380V)

398 (380V)

275 (380V)

351 (380V)

mm2

35×1

50×1

70×1

95×1

120×1

185×1

Distance

m

106

130

132

123

142

143

Circuit Breaker

A

125

125

200

225

225

400

Earth Wire Minimum Holding Water Quantity Drawing No.

mm2

8

8

14

14

14

22

L

800

1,000

1,200

800

1,000

1,200

4VG21127

4VG21128

4VG21129

4VG21130

4VG21131

4VG21132

Notes: 1) Nominal cooling capacity is based on the following condition. Leaving chilled water temp. 7°C Entering chilled water temp. 12°C Outdoor air temp. 35°C D.B. 2) Nominal heating capacity is based on the following condition. Leaving hot water temp. 45°C Entering hot water temp. 40°C Outdoor air temp. 7°C( D.B.), 6°C( W.B.) 3) This chiller is equipped with strainer for chiller as standard. 4) "Distance" means maximum distance when the ratio of voltage drop is less than 2%.

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Specifications

Model

UWYP140BY1

UWYP160BY1

UWYP180BY1

Power Supply

UWYP200BY1

UWYP220BY1

UWYP240BY1

3 Phase 380/400/415V 50Hz 3Wire System kW

370

420

480

530

580

630

103kcal/h

318

361

413

456

499

542

Chilled Water Flow Rate

m3/h

63.6

72.2

82.6

91.2

99.8

108

Pressure Drop

kPa

42

53

53

54

65

69

kW

400

460

510

570

630

690

Cooling Capacity

Heating Capacity

103kcal/h

344

396

439

490

542

593

Hot Water Flow Rate

m3/h

68.8

79.1

87.7

98.0

108

119

Pressure Drop

kPa

49

63

59

63

76

83

Capacity Steps

%

100~10-0(Continuous capacity control)

Color

Ivory (5Y7.5/1) Type

Semi-hermetically sealed single-screw type

Model×No. Compressor

Motor Output

kW

ZHC5LMH1YE + ZHC3YLH1YE

ZHC5LMH1YE×2

ZHC3YLH1YE×3

ZHC3YLH1YE×2 +ZHC5LMH1YE

ZHC5LMH1YE×2 +ZHC3YLH1YE

ZHC5LMH1YE×3

60 + 45

60×2

45×3

45×2+60

60×2 + 45

60×3

Starting Method

-UStart

Refrigerant Oil

FVC68D

Charge

L

7.5×3

7.5×2

Water Heat Exchanger

Brazing plate type

Air Heat Exchanger

Cross fin coil

Type Condenser Fan

Propeller(Direct drive)

Model×No. Motor Output

kW

P70K11S×10

P70K11S×12

P70K11S×14

P70K11S×16

P70K11S×18

1.0×10

1.0×12

1.0×14

1.0×16

1.0×18

108×2+78

108×3

Type

R407C

No. Of Circuit

Refrigerant

Charge

3

2 kg

108+80

108×2

Control

108+80+78

Electronic expansion valve + Solenoid valve High pressure switch, Low pressure switch, Compressor thermal protector, Freeze-up protector, Overcurrent relay (compressor), Overcurrent relay (fan), Reverse-phase protector, Overheat protection of discharge gas, Fusible plug, Safety valve

Safety Devices Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet

Piping Connection

78×3

4B Flange (100A)

5B Flange (125A)

Drain Outlet

RP1 1/4 Female Screw (32A) mm

2,456×4,850×2,000

2,456×5,300×2,000

2,456×6,600×2,000

2,456×7,050×2,000

2,456×7,500×2,000

2,456×7,950×2,000

Machine Weight(Approx.)

kg

4,553

5,110

6,265

6,820

7,500

7,885

Operating Weight(Approx.)

kg

4,624

5,181

6,456

7,018

7,719

8,125

Dimension H×W×D

Standard Accessories

Electric Characteristics

Running Current Rated Power Cooling Consumption Power Factor

A

200 (380V)

226 (380V)

261 (380V)

287 (380V)

313 (380V)

339 (380V)

kW

112.9

129.4

144.6

161.1

177.6

194.1

%

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

84 (380V)

85 (380V)

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

Starting Current

A

505 (380V)

535 (380V)

447 (380V)

608 (380V)

642 (380V)

672 (380V)

Running Current

A

223 (380V)

260 (380V)

278 (380V)

316 (380V)

353 (380V)

390 (380V)

kW

125.8

148.6

154.6

177.3

200.1

222.9

Rated Power Heating Consumption Power Factor Starting Current Minimum Wire Diameter

External Wiring Method

Operation manual, Installation manual, Fuses, Touch-up paint

%

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

84 (380V)

85 (380V)

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

A

514 (380V)

549 (380V)

465 (380V)

627 (380V)

665 (380V)

700 (380V)

mm2

95×2

95×2

120×2

150×2

150×2

185×2

Distance

m

144

123

143

144

129

137

Circuit Breaker

A

400

500

500

500

600

700

Earth Wire Minimum Holding Water Quantity Drawing No.

mm2

22

22

22

38

38

38

L

1,600

1,600

1,200

1,600

1,600

1,600

4VG21133

4VG21134

4VG21135

4VG21136

4VG21137

4VG21138

Notes: 1) Nominal cooling capacity is based on the following condition. Leaving chilled water temp. 7°C Entering chilled water temp. 12°C Outdoor air temp. 35°C D.B. 2) Nominal heating capacity is based on the following condition. Leaving hot water temp. 45°C Entering hot water temp. 40°C Outdoor air temp. 7°C( D.B.), 6°C( W.B.) 3) This chiller is equipped with strainer for chiller as standard. 4) "Distance" means maximum distance when the ratio of voltage drop is less than 2%.

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Model

UWYP280BY1

UWYP320BY1

UWYP360BY1

Power Supply

UWYP400BY1

UWYP440BY1

UWYP480BY1 1,260

3 Phase 380/400/415V 50Hz 3Wire System kW

740

840

960

1,060

1,160

103kcal/h

636

722

826

912

998

1,084

Chilled Water Flow Rate

m3/h

63.6×2

72.2×2

82.6×2

91.2×2

99.8×2

108×2

Pressure Drop

kPa

42

53

53

54

65

69

kW

800

920

1,020

1,140

1,260

1,380

Cooling Capacity

Heating Capacity

103kcal/h

688

791

877

980

1,084

1,187

Hot Water Flow Rate

m3/h

68.8×2

79.1×2

87.7×2

98.0×2

108.4×2

119×2

Pressure Drop

kPa

49

63

59

63

76

83

Capacity Steps

%

100~10-0(Continuous capacity control)

Color

Ivory (5Y7.5/1) Type

Semi-hermetically sealed single-screw type

Model×No. Compressor

Motor Output

kW

(ZHC5LMH1YE+ ZHC3YLH1YE)×2

(ZHC5LMH1YE×2)×2

(ZHC3YLH1YE×3)×2

(ZHC3YLH1YE×2+ ZHC5LMH1YE)×2

(ZHC5LMH1YE×2+ ZHC3YLH1YE)×2

(ZHC5LMH1YE×3)×2

(60+45)×2

(60×2)×2

(45×3)×2

(45×2+60)×2

(60×2+45)×2

(60×3)×2

Starting Method

-UStart

Refrigerant Oil

FVC68D

Charge

L

(7.5×3) ×2

(7.5×2) ×2

Water Heat Exchanger

Brazing plate type

Air Heat Exchanger

Cross fin coil

Type Condenser Fan

Propeller(Direct drive)

Model×No. Motor Output

kW

(P70K11S×10)×2

(P70K11S×12)×2

(P70K11S×12)×2

(P70K11S×14)×2

(P70K11S×16)×2

(P70K11S×18)×2

(1.0×10) ×2

(1.0×12) ×2

(1.0×12) ×2

(1.0×14) ×2

(1.0×16) ×2

(1.0×18) ×2

(108×2+78)×2

(108×3)×2

Type

R407C

No. Of Circuit

Refrigerant

Charge

3 ×2

2×2 kg

(108+80)×2

(108×2)×2

Control

(108+80+78)×2

Electronic expansion valve + Solenoid valve High pressure switch, Low pressure switch, Compressor thermal protector, Freeze-up protector, Overcurrent relay (compressor), Overcurrent relay (fan), Reverse-phase protector, Overheat protection of discharge gas, Fusible plug, Safety valve

Safety Devices Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet

Piping Connection

(78×3)×2

4B Flange (100A)

5B Flange (125A)

Drain Outlet

RP1 1/4 Female Screw (32A) mm

(2,456×4,850×2,000)×2

(2,456×5,300×2,000)×2

(2,456×6,600×2,000)×2

(2,456×7,050×2,000)×2

(2,456×7,500×2,000)×2

(2,456×7,950×2,000)×2

Machine Weight(Approx.)

kg

4,553×2

5,110×2

6,265×2

6,820×2

7,500×2

7,885×2

Operating Weight(Approx.)

kg

4,624×2

5,181×2

6,456×2

7,018×2

7,719×2

8,125×2

Dimension H×W×D

Standard Accessories

Electric Characteristics

Running Current Rated Power Cooling Consumption Power Factor

A

200×2 (380V)

226×2 (380V)

261×2 (380V)

287×2 (380V)

313×2 (380V)

339×2 (380V)

kW

112.9×2

129.4×2

144.6×2

161.1×2

177.6×2

194.1×2

%

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

84 (380V)

85 (380V)

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

Starting Current

A

505×2 (380V)

535×2 (380V)

447×2 (380V)

608×2 (380V)

642×2 (380V)

672×2 (380V)

Running Current

A

223×2 (380V)

260×2 (380V)

278×2 (380V)

316×2 (380V)

353×2 (380V)

390×2 (380V)

Rated Power Heating Consumption Power Factor

kW

125.8×2

148.6×2

154.6×2

177.3×2

200.1×2

222.9×2

%

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

84 (380V)

85 (380V)

86 (380V)

87 (380V)

A

514×2 (380V)

549×2 (380V)

465×2 (380V)

627×2 (380V)

665×2 (380V)

700×2 (380V)

mm2

(95×2)×2

(95×2)×2

(120×2)×2

(150×2)×2

(150×2)×2

(185×2)×2

Distance

m

144×2

123×2

143×2

144×2

129×2

137×2

Circuit Breaker

A

400×2

500×2

500×2

500×2

600×2

700×2

Starting Current Minimum Wire Diameter External Wiring Method

Operation manual, Installation manual, Fuses, Touch-up paint

Earth Wire Minimum Holding Water Quantity Drawing No.

mm2

22×2

22×2

22×2

38×2

38×2

38×2

L

1,600×2

1,600×2

1,200×2

1,600×2

1,600×2

1,600×2

4VG21139

4VG21140

4VG21141

4VG21142

4VG21143

4VG21144

Notes: 1) Nominal cooling capacity is based on the following condition. Leaving chilled water temp. 7°C Entering chilled water temp. 12°C Outdoor air temp. 35°C D.B. 2) Nominal heating capacity is based on the following condition. Leaving hot water temp. 45°C Entering hot water temp. 40°C Outdoor air temp. 7°C( D.B.), 6°C( W.B.) 3) This chiller is equipped with strainer for chiller as standard. 4) "Distance" means maximum distance when the ratio of voltage drop is less than 2%.

8

Main Data


EDS55-801

Operation Condition

2. Operation Condition Item Power supply voltage

Contents Within±10% of rated voltage

Phase unbalance temperature

Within±2% of rated voltage

Power supply frequency

Within±2% of rated

Chilled/hot water and outdoor air limit

Working range given above.

Pull-down duration

Within one hour (at no load)

Capacity and input

In conformity with GB/T 18430.1

Start/stop interval of compressor

No more than 6 times in 1 hour

Chilled water quality

No soluble matters deteriorating copper and stainless steel shall be included. (JRA-GL-02 water quality standard for chilled water system.)

Ambient air quality

No soluble matters deteriorating copper and aluminum shall be included.

Chilled water flow-rate

0.5~2.0m/sec

Chilled water pressure

Less than 0.69MPa{7 kg/cm2} shall apply.

Installing location

Outdoors (Take a preventive action against snow and side wind, if necessary.)

Water dripping out of machine

Install drainage pipes and provide foundation with pit for various drainage.

Main Data

9


553

1500

∗6

2

251

1

3

1400 260 (Hanger hole location) 100 100 2000 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 2200

202

CL

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

Piping(inlet/outlet)

Compressor

800

50

A

CL

663

(Front Side)

2053 (Suspention blaket point)

1940 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 2000

CL

715

or

Hanger Bore φ38

0

00 12 or e r mo

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

CL

50

3VG21205

M12 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (2 Points) 3B (80A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 3B (80A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

3

or

00 12 or re o m

4

14 (To edge of drain)

Detail A

re

5 4 3 2 1 No

mo

e) sid nt o r (F

Control panel

∗6

• Service space

5

0

50

Power supply intake (Side face)

re

mo

Power supply intake (Bottom)

2456

Drain Hole of hanger

200

200

200 730 200 215

Receiver Switch box

98

10 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

Dimensions EDS55-801

3. Dimensions

UWYP40BY1 / UWYP50BY1 / UWYP60BY1

Main Data


553

1500

∗6

2

251

1

110

260

157

2650

1790 (Hanger hole location) 810 810 810 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

3

CL

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

Piping(inlet/outlet)

Compressor

800

110

50

A

CL

663

(Front Side)

2053 (Suspention blaket point)

1940 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 2000

CL

715

or 50 0

Hanger Bore φ38

Detail A

5 4 3 2 1 No

re

or

50

0

t on (Fr

e) sid

00 12 or re o m

3VG21204

M12 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (2 Points) 3B (80A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 3B (80A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

3

00 12 or e r mo

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet (Bottom side) Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

CL

mo

• Service space

Control panel

∗6

14 (To edge of drain)

4

5

Power supply intake (Side face)

re

mo

Power supply intake (Bottom)

Drain Hole Of Hanger

200

200

200 585 2456

Switch box

200 215

Receiver

98

Main Data 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

EDS55-801 Dimensions

UWYP80BY1

11


Piping(inlet/outlet)

Receiver

Compressor

800

1500

∗6

Compressor

Switch box

Receiver

800

647

100

840

3 3

840 840 840 840 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 4400

2840 (Hanger hole location) 1954

2

1

CL

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

244

100

CL

663

715

(Front Side)

2053 (Suspention blaket point)

1940 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 50 2000

A

CL re

mo or

Hanger Bore φ38

4

5

0

14 (To edge of drain)

3

∗6

5 4 3 2 1 No

CL

re

or

50

0

3 Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet (Bottom side) Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

mo

e) sid

00 12 or e r mo

3VG21202

M16 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (4 Points) 4B (100A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 4B (100A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

t on (Fr 00 12 or e r mo

• Service space

Control panel

50

Detail A

Power supply intake (Side face)

Power supply intake (Bottom)

Drain Hole of hanger

200

200

200 248 2456

∗6

200 215

1500

98

12 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

Dimensions EDS55-801

UWYP100BY1 / UWYP120BY1

Main Data


800

Receiver Piping(inlet/outlet)

Compressor

1500

∗6

1500

Compressor

Switch box

∗6

800

647

100

930

2

1954

975

1

3

930 930 930 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 4850

3

3055 (Hanger hole location) 930

820

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

244

100

50

A

200

(Front Side)

2053 (Suspention blaket point)

or 0

50

Hanger Bore φ38

4

5

or 0

50

Control panel

mo re

(To edge of drain)

14

∗6

or

5 4 3 2 1 No

00

mo re

or 50 0

re mo

(F 00 12 or

t ron

) e sid

re mo

or

3VG21203

M16 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (4 Points) 4B (100A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 4B (100A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

24

00 12

∗6

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

or

) or re ide t s mo

or 50 0

on (Fr

mo re

3

re mo

∗6

3

)

ide ts

on (Fr 00 12

r eo

0

50

r mo

mo re

• Service space

Detail A

Power supply intake (Side face)

re

mo

Power supply intake (Bottom)

Drain Hole of hanger

663 200 1940 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 2000

CL

715

200 248 2456

Receiver

200 215

Main Data 98 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

00 12

EDS55-801 Dimensions

UWYP140BY1 / UWYP280BY1

13


800

Piping(inlet/outlet)

Receiver

Compressor

1500

∗6

1500

Compressor

∗6

800

647

100

1020

3

3860 (Hanger hole location)

3

1020 1020 1020 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 5300

2404

2

1

CL

1020

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

244

100

50

A

CL

715

200

(Front Side)

2000 (Suspention blaket point) 2053

Hanger Bore φ38

∗6

(To edge of drain)

0

50

14

or

5 4 3 2 1 No

o

CL

e) sid ont (Fr 0 20 1 r

∗6

3

re mo

mo re

or o 50 0 more

or e) sid re ont mo (Fr 0 0 2 r1

3VG21201

00 12

M16 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (4 Points) 4B (100A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 4B (100A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

3

0

∗6

20 1 or e) t sid more on (Fr 00 24

or 50 0

or

mo re

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

Control panel

e 0 mor

50

0

50

or

or

mo re

mo re

• Service space

Detail A

4

5

Power supply intake (Side face)

Power supply intake mo (Bottom) re

Drain Hole of hanger

663 200 1940 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

CL

200 248 2456

Receiver Switch box

200 215

14 98 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

Dimensions EDS55-801

UWYP160BY1 / UWYP320BY1

Main Data


∗6

800

1500

1500

800

1500

Receiver

∗6

Compressor

Switch box

Receiver Compressor

∗6

800

2

1

100

115

910

3

910

910

910

6600

3

(Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

910

(Hanger hole location)

3900

CL

910

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

Piping(inlet/outlet)

647 287

910

3 115

A 663

715

(Front Side)

200

200

re

mo or 0

50

Hanger Bore φ38

4

5

∗6

or

00

r5

re o

mo

0

50

3

mo

re

ide

5 4 3 2 1 No

CL

ts on (Fr 0 20 1 or

∗6

• Service space

14 (To edge of drain)

re

mo

Control panel

Detail A

Power supply intake (Side face)

Power supply intake (Bottom)

Drain Hole of hanger

2053 (Suspention blaket point)

1940 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 2000

CL

200 248 2456

Switch box

200 215

Receiver

98

Main Data 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

)

re

or

on (Fr 00 24

ts

ide

) or re mo

0 12

0

∗6

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

3

mo

mo re or 50 0

mo

re

12 ) ide re or mo

00

3VG21200

M16 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (6 Points) 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

3

mo re or 50 0

ts on (Fr 00 12 or

EDS55-801 Dimensions

UWYP180BY1 / UWYP360BY1

15


Piping(inlet/outlet)

∗6

800

1500

1500

1500

∗6

Compressor

Receiver Switch box

Receiver Compressor

∗6

800

800

2

647

1

100

130

3

970

1220

970

7050

970

970

(Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

970

(Hanger hole location)

4810

3 3

970

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

287

970

1020 130

A 663

2053 (Suspention blaket point)

1940 (Foundation bolt hole location(φ18)) 2000

CL

715

0

50

Hanger Bore φ38

or

mo re or 50 0

0

50

Control panel

∗6

re

mo

Detail A

14 (To edge of drain)

4

5

Power supply intake (Side face)

Drain Hole of hanger

200

200

or

Power supply intake (Bottom)

re

mo

200 248 2456

Switch box Receiver

200 215

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

98

16 80

re

3

mo

o

ts on (Fr 0 20 r1

∗6

ide

)

5 4 3 2 1 No

mo

re

(Fr 00

on

e)

3

id ts

mo

re

or

12

00

∗6

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

4 r2

or 50 0

o

mo re

• Service space

m

3

o ore

o (Fr 0 20 r1

ide

)

mo

re

or

12

00

3VG21199

M16 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (6 Points) 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

mo re or 50 0

s nt

Dimensions EDS55-801

UWYP200BY1 / UWYP400BY1

Main Data


Piping(inlet/outlet)

∗6

800

1500

1500

Compressor

Receiver Switch box

Receiver Compressor

∗6

∗6

800

800

647

1

2

75

100

3

1050

1220

1050

1050

7500

1050

1050

3

(Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

(Hanger hole location)

5260 1050

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

287

3

1050

1020 75

A

715

(Front Side)

(Suspention blaket point)

2053

2000

(Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

663 1940

CL

200

or 0

50

Hanger Bore φ38

4

5

or

∗6

0

50

3

re

mo

14 (To edge of drain)

Control panel

mo re

or

m

5 4 3 2 1 No

0

50

• Service space

Detail A

Power supply intake (Side face)

Power supply intake (Bottom)

re

mo

Drain Hole of hanger

200

200 248 2456

1500

200 215

Switch box Receiver

98

Main Data 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

on (Fr 0 20 r1

id ts

e)

m

ore

mo re or 50 0

or

00

( 24

n Fro

ts

) o re mo

3

ide

2 r1

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

o ore

∗6

mo re or 50 0

mo

re

ts on (Fr 00 12 or

3

12 ) ide re or mo

3VG21198

M16 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (6 Points) 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

00

∗6

00

EDS55-801 Dimensions

UWYP220BY1 / UWYP440BY1

17


1

2

Piping(inlet/outlet)

∗6

800

1500

1500

Compressor

Receiver Switch box

Receiver Compressor

∗6

∗6

800

800

125

100

3

1100

1100

1100

7950

1100

1100

(Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

(Hanger hole location)

4600

CL

3

1100

∗ 7 . Refer to the foundation drawing for the foundation of this machine.

287

3

1100

125

A

CL

(Front Side)

(Suspention blaket point)

2053

2000

1940

663

715

(Foundation bolt hole location(φ18))

CL

200

re

mo or

re

mo or

Hanger Bore φ38

∗6 or

3

0

50

14 (To edge of drain)

re

mo

Control panel

0

50

mo

o

5 4 3 2 1 No

re

∗6

ts on (Fr 0 20 r1

• Service space

Detail A

4

5

Power supply intake (Side face)

Power supply intake (Bottom)

Drain Hole of hanger

200

0

50

200 248 2456

1500

200 215

Switch box Receiver

98

18 80

∗ 1 . As this unit is an integrated, it cannot be separated. ∗ 2 . Be sure to check water flow direction.(Inlet pipe:up side Outlet pipe:down side) ∗ 3 . The chillers with windbreak plate are required to have following service space from the edge of the plates. ∗ 4 . When conducting the cooling operation with the atmospheric temperature at 5º or under, install an optional windbreak plate if the unit is blown by winds of 10 m/s or higher. ∗ 5 . Be sure not to place water piping etc. When to overhaul a compressor, the chillers are required to have following service space(∗ 6) ∗ 6 . A water strainer has been built-in the chiller main body of this unit. The strainer needs a periodical maintenance.

)

mo

re

or

CL

20

0

3

1 ) or ide re t s mo on (Fr 00 24

Power supply terminal strip Earth terminal Drain outlet Chilled/hot water outlet Chilled/hot water inlet Name

ide

mo re or 50 0

mo re or 50 0

mo

re

o

ts on (Fr 0 20 r1

ide

) mo

re

12

3

or

3VG21206

M16 (In switch box) M8 (In switch box) Rp 1 1/4 Female screw (6 Points) 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 5B (125A) Flange (HG20593-97) *SUS304 Remarks

∗6

00

Dimensions EDS55-801

UWYP240BY1 / UWYP480BY1

Main Data

647


125

X-X Section

X

970 4-φ100hole Foundation bolt hole

Foundation drawing

2000

Water pipe side

200

150

Foundation bolt Design seismic intensity Q'ty Horizontal Vertical Size 4 1.0 2.0 M12 4 1.0 0.5

X

Power supply intake 830 170 170

Switch box 200 side 300 300

Main Data 970

2400

Detail of foundation bolt (

120 more or 120

part)

200 more or 200

3VG21224

1.Design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0G for horizontal direction and 0.5G for vertical direction. and when design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0 for horizontal and 0.5 for vertical direction, decide foundation bolt holes properly refering to the DWG about the center of grarvity. 2.The standard concrete mix proportion is as follows: cement:1,sand:2 and gravel:4.put φ10 reinforcing bars at an interval of approximately 300mm. 3.Level the surface with mortar finish.chamfer the concrete edges. 4.When setting the foundation on the concrete floor, rubble is not required. Be sure to roughen the concrete surface where the foundation is to be set. 5.When installing the unit on the rooftop,pay particular attention to the strength of the floor. Be sure to treat the surface with water-proofing material. 6.Provide drainage ditches as shown in the drawing to drain the water around the foundation.

Product dimensions

φ100

EDS55-801 Foundation

4. Foundation

UWYP40BY1 / UWYP50BY1 / UWYP60BY1

19


150

200

3x810(=2430)

125

X-X Section

Foundation drawing

Water pipe side

Foundation bolt Design seismic intensity Q'ty Horizontal Vertical Size 8 1.0 2.0 M12 4 1.0 0.5

X

200

685 300

170

φ100

120 more or 120

part)

200 more or 200

300

170

3VG21225

1.Design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0G for horizontal direction and 0.5G for vertical direction. and when design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0 for horizontal and 0.5 for vertical direction, decide foundation bolt holes properly refering to the DWG about the center of grarvity. X 2.The standard concrete mix proportion is as follows: 8-φ100hole cement:1,sand:2 and gravel:4.put φ10 reinforcing bars at an Foundation bolt hole interval of approximately 300mm. 3.Level the surface with mortar finish.chamfer the concrete edges. 4.When setting the foundation on the concrete floor, rubble is not required. Be sure to roughen the concrete surface where the foundation is to be set. 5.When installing the unit on the rooftop,pay particular attention to the strength of the floor. Be sure to treat the surface with water-proofing material. 6.Provide drainage ditches as shown in the drawing to drain the water around the foundation.

Detail of foundation bolt (

Product dimensions

Power supply intake

970

20 970

Switch box side

2850

Foundation EDS55-801

UWYP80BY1

Main Data


300

Size

200

Model UWYP100,120BY1 UWYP140BY1 UWYP160BY1 UWAP100,120BY1 UWAP140BY1 UWAP160BY1

X-X Section

L 4600 5150 5500 4600 5150 5500

Foundation drawing

Water pipe side 5xP(=L1)

Foundation bolt Design seismic intensity Q'ty Horizontal Vertical 12 1.0 2.0 M12 6 1.0 0.5

X

Switch box side

Product dimensions

300

P 840 930 1020 840 930 1020

12-φ100hole Foundation bolt hole

X

L1 4200 4650 5100 4200 4650 5100

348 170 170

200

125

Power supply intake

970 970

Main Data 300

L

120 more or 120

part)

200 more or 200

3VG21226

1.Design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0G for horizontal direction and 0.5G for vertical direction. and when design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0 for horizontal and 0.5 for vertical direction, decide foundation bolt holes properly refering to the DWG about the center of grarvity. 2.The standard concrete mix proportion is as follows: cement:1,sand:2 and gravel:4.put φ10 reinforcing bars at an interval of approximately 300mm. 3.Level the surface with mortar finish.chamfer the concrete edges. 4.When setting the foundation on the concrete floor, rubble is not required. Be sure to roughen the concrete surface where the foundation is to be set. 5.When installing the unit on the rooftop,pay particular attention to the strength of the floor. Be sure to treat the surface with water-proofing material. 6.Provide drainage ditches as shown in the drawing to drain the water around the foundation.

Detail of foundation bolt (

φ100

EDS55-801 Foundation

UWYP100BY1 / UWYP120BY1 / UWYP140BY1 / UWYP160BY1

21


Foundation bolt Design seismic intensity Q'ty Horizontal Vertical Size 16 1.0 2.0 M12 8 0.5 1.0

X

Water pipe side

Model UWYP180BY1 UWYP200BY1 UWYP220BY1 UWYP240BY1 UWAP180BY1 UWAP200BY1 UWAP220BY1 UWAP240BY1

L 6800 7250 7700 8150 6800 7250 7700 8150

X-X Section

Foundation drawing

7xP(=L1)

Switch box side

L1 6370 6790 7350 7700 6370 6790 7350 7700

200

P 910 970 1050 1100 910 970 1050 1100

200 348 170 170

300 300

φ100

Detail of foundation bolt (

120 more or 120

part)

200 more or 200

3VG21227

1.Design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0G for horizontal direction and 0.5G for vertical direction. and when design seismic intensity of the present drawing is 1.0 for horizontal and 0.5 for vertical direction, decide foundation bolt holes properly refering to the DWG about the center of grarvity. 2.The standard concrete mix proportion is as follows: cement:1,sand:2 and gravel:4.put φ10 reinforcing bars at an interval of approximately 300mm. 3.Level the surface with mortar finish.chamfer the concrete edges. 4.When setting the foundation on the concrete floor, rubble is not required. Be sure to roughen the concrete surface where the foundation is to be set. 5.When installing the unit on the rooftop,pay particular attention to the strength of the floor. Be sure to treat the surface with water-proofing material. 6.Provide drainage ditches as shown in the drawing to drain the water around the foundation.

16-φ100hole Foundation bolt hole

X

Product dimensions

Power supply intake

970 970

22

300

L

Foundation EDS55-801

UWYP180BY1 / UWYP200BY1 / UWYP220BY1 / UWYP240BY1

Main Data

125


Th15

Th14

MF14

MF13

Compound gauge

∗12

Pressure gauge

MF12

MF11

MF16 ∗Note 4

Th6

MF15 ∗Note 4

63L1 63H1 Safety device Safety device SENH1 SENL1 Pressure sensor Pressure sensor

Main Data

Th4 Sound absorber

74M1

Sound absorber

20M12-2

20R18-2

20M12-1

20R18-1

20R16-3

20R11

49C1

Heat exchanger (Air side) Th5

20R16-2

20S11

20S13 20S12

20S14

Compressor

∗11

4 Way valve

∗12

20R16-1

Refrigerant charge port

Receiver

∗11

Th12

Refrigerant recovery port

20R19

∗Note 3

Th10

Th3

MF 16

MF 15

63WL Th1

Chilled/Hot water outlet

Chilled/Hot water inlet

∗Note 5

∗Note 4

4 Way valve Capillary tube Check valve Flare commection Fusible pulg Moisture indicator Drier Filter Heat expansion valve

Th2

Heat exchanger (Water side) Strainer

SW BOX

MF 14

MF 13

2.

3VG21218

Electronic expansion valve Flange connection Stop valve Press relif valve Solenoid valve Refrigerant name and flow 3. 20R14-1: UWYP40BY1 don't use. 20R14-2: UWYP40BY1,UWYP50BY1 don't use. 20R14-3: UWYP40BY1,UWYP50BY1 ,UWYP60BY1 don't use. 4. MF15, MF16: UWYP80BY1 don't use. 5. 63WL: No water protector

Notes: 1. Refrigerant flow Cooling Heating

20M11-2

20M11-1

20R14-2

20R14-1

20R14-3

MF 12

MF 11

<Fan motor layout>

EDS55-801 Piping Diagrams

5. Piping Diagrams

UWYP40BY1 / UWYP50BY1 / UWYP60BY1 / UWYP80BY1

23


Compound gauge

∗12

Pressure gauge

Th15

Th14

MF12

MF11

63H1 Safety device SENH1 Pressure sensor

63L1 Safety device SENL1 Pressure sensor

MF14

MF13

20M12-2

20R18-2

20M12-1

20R18-1

Sound absorber

74M1

Th4 Sound absorber

∗Note 4

MF16

Th6

∗Note 4

MF15

49C1

20R11

Compressor

11

MF 21

MF 22

∗Note 3 20R24-1

20R24-3

Th13

20M21-2

20R24-2 20M21-1

∗Note 3

∗21

Refrigerant recovery port

20R29

63WL Th1

20S24

Chilled/hot water outlet

Chilled/hot water inlet

∗Note 5

20M22-2

20R28-2

20M22-1

20R28-1

MF25

MF26

MF24

Th7 Sound absorber

Sound absorber

∗Note 4

Th9

MF23

MF22

MF21

Heat exchanger (Air side)

∗Note 4

Th8

Notes: Compressor 1. Refrigerant flow 74M2 4 Way valve Cooling: Check valve Heating: Flare commection Electronic expansion valve 2. Fusible pulg Flange connection Moisture indicator Stop valve 20R21 Press relif valve Drier Filter Solenoid valve Heat expansion valve Refrigerant name and flow 3. 20R14-2: UWYP100BY1 don't use. 20R24-2: UWYP100BY1 don't use. 20R14-3: UWYP100BY1,UWYP120BY1 don't use. 20R24-3: UWYP100BY1,UWYP120BY1,UWYP140BY1 don't use. 4. MF15, MF16: UWYP140BY1,UWYP160BY1 don't use. MF25, MF26: UWYP160BY1 don't use. 5. 63WL: Water interruption Relay (Option)

∗21

20R26-2

∗22

20R26-1

Refrigerant 20R26-3 charge port

Receiver

Th2

20S21

Th10 Th11

20S11

Th12

20M11-2

20M11-1

20R14-2

20R14-1

20R14-3

MF 23

MF 24

20S23 20S22

Refrigerant recovery port

20R19

MF 25

MF 26

Strainer

20S13 20S12

20S14

∗11

20R16-2

Refrigerant charge port

∗12

20R16-1

20R16-3

Receiver

MF MF 14 16 SW BOX Th3

MF 12

MF 15

MF 13

MF 11

Heat exchanger (Water side)

49C2

∗Note 4

Pressure sensor Pressure sensor

<Fan moter layout>

SENH2 Safety device 63H2

24 SENL2 Safety device 63L2

Heat exchanger (Air side) Th5

3VG21219

Compound gauge

∗22

Pressure gauge

Th17

Th16

Piping Diagrams EDS55-801

UWYP100BY1 / UWYP120BY1 / UWYP140BY1 / UWYP160BY1

Main Data


MF12

MF11

MF 16

MF 14

MF 12

SW BOX

MF 15

MF 13

MF14

MF13

MF 11

Compound gauge

∗12

Pressure gauge

Th15

Th14

SENH1

SENL1

Th3

MF15

MF16

Sound absorber

20R18-1

20M12-2

20R18-2

20M12-1

20R11

49C1

MF 25

MF 26

MF 23

MF 24

MF 21

MF 22

<Fan motor layout>

74M1

Th4 Sound absorber

∗Note 4

Th6

∗Note 4

Th5

MF 32

MF 31

∗Note 4

Th13

20M21-2

Refrigerant recovery port

20S24

Th3-3

MF 36

∗22

Notes: 1. Refrigerant flow Cooling: Heating: Electronic expansion valve 2. Flange connection Stop valve Press relif valve Solenoid valve Refrigerant name and flow

Compressor

∗21

20R26-2

20R26-1

Refrigerant 20R26-3 charge port

Receiver

20S21

Th12

20M11-2

20R24-1

20R14-3

20R24-2 20M21-1

∗Note 3

20R29

20S23 20S22

MF 35

∗Note 3

20M11-1

20R14-2

20R14-1

20R14-3

∗21

20S11

SW BOX

MF 34

MF 33

Compressor

∗11

Refrigerant recovery port

∗11

Th2

20S13 20S12

20S14

20R16-2

Refrigerant charge port

∗12

20R16-1

20R16-3

Receiver

20R19

Th11

Th10

63WL

49C2

20R21

MF25

MF26

74M2

MF24

MF23

Th7 Sound absorber

Sound absorber

∗Note 4

Th9

∗Note 4

MF22

MF21

Drier Filter Heat expansion valve

4 way valve Check valve Flare commection Fusible pulg Moisture indicator

20M22-2

20R28-2

20M22-1

20R28-1

Th8

Compound gauge

∗32

Pressure gauge

Th15-3

Th14-3

MF32

MF31

MF34

MF33

MF35

Th4-3 Sound absorber

74M3

20R38-1

20R38-2

20M32-1

20M32-2

Sound absorber

Th6-3

∗Note 4

MF36

∗Note 4

Th5-3

Heat exchanger (Air side)

20R31

49C3

Compressor

∗31

20S31

20S33 20S32

20S34

20R36-2

Refrigerant charge port

∗32

20R36-1

20R36-3

Th2-3

Th1-3

63WL

∗Note 5

Refrigerant recovery port

Th12-3

20M31-2

20M31-1

∗Note 3

∗31

20R34-2

20R34-1

Receiver

20R39

Heat exchanger (Water side) Th10-3

Chilled/hot water inlet Chilled/hot water outlet

3VG21220

3. 20R14-3: UWYP180BY1 don't use. 20R24-3: UWYP180BY1,UWYP200BY1 don't use. 4. MF15, MF16: UWYP200BY1,UWYP220BY1,UWYP240BY1 don't use. MF25, MF26: UWYP220BY1,UWYP240BY1 don't use. MF35, MF36: UWYP240BY1 don't use. 5. 63WL: Water interruption Relay (Option)

Compound gauge

∗22

Pressure gauge

Th17

Th16

Heat exchanger (Air side)

Pressure sensor Pressure sensor

Th1

63H2 63L2

∗Note 5

SENH2 Safety device SENL2 Safety device

Heat exchanger (Water side)

63H3 Safety device 63L3 Safety device

Heat exchanger (Air side)

Pressure sensor

Pressure sensor

63H1 Safety device

63L1 Safety device

Pressure sensor

Strainer

SENH3 SENL3

Main Data Pressure sensor

Strainer

EDS55-801 Piping Diagrams

UWYP180BY1 / UWYP200BY1 / UWYP220BY1 / UWYP240BY1

25


Piping Diagrams

26

EDS55-801

Main Data


Main Data

LED402 LED400

LED401

FuU

52C1 52F11-14 52F15,16 63H1 63L1 74M1 BS11 CH1 CN 1-47 CN101 102 CT1 EC1 EC2 EC3 EC5 EC7 Fu1 FuR1 S1 FuR2 S2 FuR3

51F15,16

20R19 20S11-14 20SX1.30FX1 42C1 47 49C1 51C1 51F11-14

20R18-1.2

20R16-1,2 20R16-3

20R14-3

20R14-2

20R14-1

MF 14

UV W

52 F14 51 F14

MF 15

UV W

52 F15 51 F15

MF 16

MF 11

UV W

MF 12

UV W

MF 13

UV W

51 F14

MF 14

UV W

51 F13

52 F13

51 F12

52 F12

51 F11

52 F11

52 F14

UV W

52 F16 51 F16

N F

FuU 20 21 22 23 24

Tr2

U-Yellow

W-Red

X-Red

Y-Yellow

Z-Green

EH FAN-ON MCCB1 MCCB2 MP NLN SS1 SS2 TH-STR1 TH-STR2 TH-STR3

Electronic heater (Water heating) Forced fan operation input contact Circuit breaker Leakage circuit breaker Motor(Pump) Low noise operation during night time input contact Selector switch(Test/Operation) Selector switch (Normal/Short) Heat storage operation contact Heat storage operation contact Heat storage operation contact

Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Green light flash) Malfunction monitor (Normal: Red light off) LED2 Motor (Compressor) MC1 Motor (Fan) MF 11-14 Motor (Fan) Only UWYP80BY1 MF 15,16 NF Noise filer R1 Resistor Pressure sensor(High) SENH1 Pressure sensor(Low) SENL1 Surge killer SK1,2 Selector switch (Cooling/Heating) SS11 Selector switch(HPS Test/Operation) SS12 Selector switch(MF interlock test) SS13 Terminal strip(Power) TeS1 Terminal strip(Fan) TeS2 Termistor(Water inlet) Th1 Termistor(Water outlet) Th2 Termistor (Ambient) Th3 Termistor(Discharge gas) Th4 Thermistor (Heat exchanger/rear) Th5 Thermistor (Heat exchanger/front) Th6 Thermistor (Refrigerant temperature) Th10 Thermistor (Cooling / suctionpipe) Th12 Thermistor (Heating/suction pipe 1) Th14 Thermistor (Heating/suction pipe 2) Th15 Transformer Tr1,2 Optional accessories - Field supply 23WH Thermal regulator (EH) 26WH Thermal switch (Overheat prevention) 51P Over current relay (Pump) 52H Magnetic contactor(EH) 52P Magnetic contactor(Pump) 63WL Pressure switch(Water interruption protector) AXP Pump interock contact BRC307D Remote controller DMND Demand input contact

LED1

V-Green

FuS1

FuR1

X7

CN102

(53)

1 9

(51)

12

X5

EC7

20 SX1 8 12

11

X6

X4

103 (57)

MF 14 MF 16

MF 15

1 3

FuR3

MF 14

MF 12

Tes1

Switch box

MF 13

MF 11

Earth

42C1

6C1

In case of UWYP40,50,60BY1

Switch box

MF 13

MF 12

101 MF 11

Fan motor layout In case of UWYP80BY1

(50)

CN17

20 SX1 TeS2 (54)

TeS2

CN101 20 20 20 20 S13 S14 S12 S11 11 X3 X1 X2 X1 Fu1 EC7 CH1 10 14 CN102 CN101 TeS2

52 C1

100

171

31 32

In case of UWYP40BY1,UWYP50BY1,UWYP60BY1

EH

52H

Magnetic contactor (MC-1) Electronic expansion valve(Cooling) Electronic expansion valve (Heating) Solenoid valve (Unloader) Solenoid valve(for refrigerant regulation) Only UWYP50,60,80BY1 Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) Only UWYP60,80BY1 Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) Only UWYP80BY1 Solenoid valve (Economizer) Solenoid valve (Injection) Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, heating) Only UWYP 50, 60,80BY1 Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, suction) Solenoid valve (for four-way valve) Magnetic relay Magnetic contactor(MC ) 3-phase asymmetry,phase sequence, phase loss relay Thermal switch(MC) Over current relay(MC) Over current relay(MF) Over current relay(MF) Only UWYP80BY1 Magnetic contactor(MC) Magnetic contactor(MF) Magnetic contactor(MF)Only UWYP80BY1 High pressure switch Low pressure switch Slide valve(Capacity control) Push button switch(Manual defrost) Crankcase heater Connecter Connecter Current transformer Printed circuit board(Electric source) Printed circuit board(A-Board) Printed circuit board(Control panel) Printed circuit board(Extended I/O) Printed circuit board Fuse (250V, 1A) Fuse (250V, 5A) Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) Fuse (500V, 10A) Control panel communication normal monitor (Normal: Green light flash) Power supply display monitor (Normal: Green light) Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Red light flash)

51P

T-Red

MP

UV W

52P

(WITH AX)

MCCB2

RST

RST

MCCB1

To power supply

To power supply

6C1 20M11-1.2 20M12-1.2 20R11

EC5

Note 6-7)

Note 6-1)

S-Green

CN7

3

MF 13

UV W

52 F13 51 F13

In case of UWYP80BY1

MF 12

R1

UV W

52 F12 51 F12

MF 11

R-Yellow

1

52 F11 51 F11

UV W

6C1

YZ X

42 C1

(U1) (V1) (W1)

MC1

UV W

51 C1

52 C1

(U2) (V2) (W2)

47

(U3) (V3) (W3)

(U1) (V1) (W1)

172

R1

51C1

52C1

CN3

CN16

52 F13 51 F13

20SX1

52 F15 51 F15

52 F12 51 F12

In case of UWYP80BY1

52 F14 51 F14

52 F11 51 F11

Tr2 30FX1

52 F16 51 F16

20 M12-1

20 M11-1

(39)

20 M12-2

5432 1

CN4 12345

LED2

EC5

(40)

(41)

TeS2

(42)

EC1

BS11 SS11 SS12 SS13

Control panel

EC3

(EC2)

A - board

(Electric source)

EC1

52 F14 51 F14

52 F12 51 F12

9

5

6C1

52 H

6-7) (S Phase)

(45) Note 6-1)

52 P

SS1 51 P

(R Phase)

(38) (39) (40) (41)

(37) (42)

Terminal for remote display

7

CN1

20 SX1

Continuous

20 R11

CN101

2 5 3

9

5

9

7

CN15

CN101

9

2

9

7

3

2

4 1 CN17

Note 3

11 14

20 R14-3

20 R14-2

4 CN101

7

20 R14-1

4

47

TeS2

9

7

SS2

2

3

9

7

20 R14-1

20 R14-2

4 CN101

52 F11

52 F12

7

52 F13

2

3

52 F14

52 F15

4

11

52 F16

SK1

code

8

CN7 3

3 2

DMND

FAN-ON

52 F12

1

7

52 F13

11

52 F14

2

3

Photo

Manual defrost

BS11

6 3

11

SK1

1

3

5

Note 4

52F11

4

1

(N)

(P)

CN26 2 4

LED402

1 3 CN42

(F1)

(10) (11)

-

DC4 ~ 20mA

8

CN21

(F2)

TeS2

5

LED400

7

9

7.Field wriring 1) In case of attaching the water circulation pump, add SS3 and 52P between Tes2(45) and (47) as shown by ( ). When pump is installed outside the unit, the circuit breaker (MCCB1) is necessary. In addition, provide open contact of 52P and auxiliary (AX) of MCCB1 on AXP circuit in series. 2 )In case of attaching pressure switch (water interruption protector), remove the jumper between Tes(16) and (17), and add 63WL as shown by ( ). 3) In case of attaching external heat-storage operation contact, add the TH-STR1~3 between Tes2(24) ~ (29). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method. 4) In case of attaching low noise operation during night time input contact, add the NLN between Tes2(30) and (31). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method. 5) In case of attaching demand input contact, add DMND between Tes2(32) and (33). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method. 6) In case of attaching forced fan operation input contact, add the FAN-ON between Tes2(32) and (34). Refer to opertion manual about the connecting method.

7) In case of attaching the electronic heater (EH), remove the wiring between TeS2(14)~(15), and add 23WH between TeS2(12)~(13), 26WH between TeS2(14)~(15), 52H between TeS2(45)~(46). The leakage circuit breaker (MCCB2) between the power supply and 52H is necessary. 8) In case of attaching short defrost interval contact, add SS2 between TeS2(18)~(19).

In case of malfunction the units continue operations with malfunction display, The malfunction display of is displayed only in case of field wiring.

10

(1) (2) (35) (36)

RESET TeS2

Note 2

AXP

Remote Central controller remote (BRC307D) controllers

8

7

27

Wiring Diagrams

Note 4 Terminal for remote control (Temperature setting DC 4~20mA)

Compressor motor overheat Compressor overload Fan motor overload (51F11-16) EV malfunction Discharge gas overheat Ambient temperature thermistor malfunction Current transformer malfunction Discharge gas thermistor malfunction Thermistor (suction,cooling) malfunction Heat exchanger (rear) thermistor malfunction High pressure sensor malfunction Low pressure sensor malfunction Faulty reverse or open phase Control panel malfunction Transmission error between chiller and remote controllers Code for remote control temperature setting broken Transmission error between chiller and centralized remote controllers Extended I/O malfunction

table

6

LED401

4 5 CN20

coupling

SS11

1

2

In case of UWYP40BY1,UWYP50BY1,UWYP60BY1

52 F11

7

10 9

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

+

Note 4 Terminal for remote control (When set to non-voltage input) Cooling

Caution Do not input a voltage signal between (1) and (2) (AXP),cooling/heating input (8) and (9). This can demage the circuit.

Control panel

1

CN12 2

SS12

6 7 CN19

Note 5

5

In case of UWYP80BY1

3

NLN

TeS2

(24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34)

In case of UWYP60BY1

CN101

CN7

SS13

1

13

Note 6-3)~6)

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

DC24V

Note 4 Terminal for remote control (When set to voltage input)

TH-STR1 TH-STR2 TH-STR3

1 2 3 4 1 CN18

(20) (21) (22) (23)

30 8 FX112

3

(18) (19)

Individual

In case of UWYP50BY1

CN101

20 R14-1

In case of UWYP80BY1 4 CN101

20 R19

SK1

CN6

EC2

1 3

In case of UWYP40BY1

CN101

20 R16-2

4 CN101

20 R16-1

CN13

CN101

6

26WH

(12) (13) (14) (15)

23WH

Note 6-8)

ON: heating OFF: cooling

ON: heating OFF: cooling

Cooling/heating input

Fan interlock malfunction Inlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Outlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Thermistor (refrigerant) malfunction Heat exchanger (front) thermistor malfunction Plate heat exchanger over cooled Thermistor (suction, heating, rear) malfunction Thermistor (suction, heating, front) malfunction Water overheat AXP malfunction Water interruption Slide valve malfunction CN13 Jumper broken Inverter malfunction Heater overheat High pressure malfunction Low pressure malfunction

7 In case of UWYP40BY1

4

6

CN5 7

52C1

coupling

SK1

30 FX1

103

13 CN101 7 CN102 CN101 In case of UWYP50BY1, UWYP60BY1,UWYP80BY1

20 R18-2

10

4 CN102 5 20 R18-1

11

Photo

4

7

13 3

1

51F16

51F15

51F14

51F13

51F12

Note 6-7)

Operation by ON Stop by OFF

(Contact a)

Input B OFF signal

(Contact a)

Short defrost interval

ON signal

Input A

NOTE) 1. : Printed circuit board :Tab terminal : Terminal : Connetor : Field wiring : Jumper 2.Add interlock contact (AXP) for the water circulating pump between Tes2(1) and (2) as shown by ( ). 3.Set SS13 to ’OPERATION’ continuously except confirming for interlocking with MF. 4.Remote operation can be done by optional remote controller,central remote controllers or remote circuit. Make use of Tes(N)~(P) when using remote controller,(3)~(11) when using remote circuit. (F1)~(F2) when using central remote controllers. Refer to operation manual about the connecting method of remote controller. When set to voltage input, do not short circuit between Tes(3) and (4). Refer to operation manual about the setting and the connecting method of remote circuit and central remote controllers. 5.Set SS14 to ’BOTH SYSTEMS’ continously except especialy case (for example, testing for HPS). 6.Set SS12 to ’OPERATION’ continously except testing for HPS.

20 R16-3

3

1

CN4

Photo coupling

CN14

2

coupling

3

CN 101 1

1 3 2 4

8

CN 101

H

51C1 49C1

1 4

6

100

11 13

(46) (47)

7

Photo

3

5

63H1 TeS2

(16) (17)

63WL

Note 6-2) L

15

Note 4

103

CN10

12

2 5

63L1 CN 101

CN16

6 42 C1 C1

3

12 CN47

Th10

52C1 42C1

30 FX1

1

UWYP40BY1, In case of UWYP50BY1, UWYP60BY1

52 F13 51 F13

52 F11 51 F11

(EC3)

Control panel

Tr1

(Electric source)

Control panel

Tr1

(38)

5 9

SK2 SK2 SK2

Detail of the control panel’s back side

5432 1 20 M11-2

(48)

Terminal for remote display Note 4

(37)

CN3 12345

LED1

CN11

1234

Extended I/O (EC5)

5432 1

5432 1

OFF CN2 12345

DS1 DS2 1 2 ON

12

NF

Th15

CN1

CN1 12345

EC5

FuR1 FuS1

47

FuU

CN6

Switch box

Tes2

74M1

CN102

CT1

132

135

CN14

CN13

CN5

1 2 CN15

Th14 1 2

EC3

1 2

Tr1

5

Th12

135

Th1 Th2 Th3 Th4 Th5 Th6

134 234 12 12 13 12 12 12 CN27 CN28 CN29 CN30 CN31 CN34 4 CN32 CN33 CN5 CN9 CN1 FuR2 CN2 CN11 5 R 1 5 S 3 3 3 1 1 5 FuS2 CN2 CN3 7 8 CN22 CN6 CN41 2 3 CN40 10 11 12 13 5 3 1 1 3 5 7 CN3 CN4 CN7

EC1

SENH1 SENL1

118 117 116 115 114

51F13 In case of UWYP80BY1 51F14 51F11 (S Phase)

51F12

51F11

UWYP40BY1 In case of UWYP50BY1 UWYP60BY1

116 115 114

Input

Instantaneous

Normal

MF interlock test

(R) (S) (T)

CT1

L1 L2 L3

(U4) (V4) (W4)

(U2) (V2) (W2)

105

(U5) (V5) (W5)

(U3) (V3) (W3)

106 107

(U6) (V6) (W6)

(U4) (V4) (W4)

Operation

TeS1

red black white yellow blue orange

109

RST

Heating ON

110

3-phase 380/400/415V 50Hz

Unit operation

Test

112 108

Input

A

UWYP40BY1 / UWYP50BY1 / UWYP60BY1 / UWYP80BY1

Cooling/Heating input

Heating

B

111

Input

A

6. Wiring Diagrams

Defrost operation

HPS Test

111

Input

B

EDS55-801

System defective malfunction

Cooling

Operation

109 110

Heating


28

EC6

EC5

T-Red

6 C2

MF 12

MF 11

W-Red

SS11 SS12 SS13 SS14 TES1 TES2 Th1 Th3 Th2 Th4 Th5 Th6 Th7 Th8 Th9 Th10 Th11 Th12 Th13 Th14 Th15 Th16 Th17

51 F15

51 F14

MF 14

51 F21

51 F16

MF 21

UV W

MF 22

UV W

Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Green light flash)

LED1

Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) Fuse (500V, 10A) Control panel communication normal monitor (Normal: Green light flash)

TH-STR1 TH-STR2 TH-STR3

DMND EH FAN-ON Printed circuit board (No.2 Extended I/O) MCCB1 MCCB2 Printed circuit board (Relay) MP Fuse (250V,1A) NLN Fuse (250V,5A) SS1 Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) SS2 Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A)

Printed circuit board (A - board) Printed circuit board (Control panel) Printed circuit board (B - board) Printed circuit board (No.1 Extended I/O)

BRC307D

23WH 26WH 51P 52H Connector Remote controller Only UWYP140,160BY1 52P 63WL Current transformer Printed circuit board (Electric source) AXP

Crankcase heater Connector Connector

51 F22

52 F22

MF 14

MF 13

MF 16

MF 15

MF 23

Thermistor (No.1 Refrigerant temperature)

Thermistor (No.2 Discharge gas) Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/rear) Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/front)

Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/rear) Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/front)

Selector switch (HPS test / operation) Selector switch (MF interlock test) Selector switch (System) Terminal strip (Power) Terminal strip (Fan) Thermistor (Water inlet) Thermistor (Water outlet) Thermistor (Ambient) Thermistor (No.1 Discharge gas)

Malfunction monitor (Normal: Red light off) Motor (Compressor) Motor (Fan) Motor (Fan) Only UWYP140,160BY1 Motor (Fan) only UWAP160BY1 Noise filter Resistor Pressure sensor (No.1 High) Pressure sensor (No.2 High) Pressure sensor (No.1 Low) Pressure sensor (No.2 Low) Surge killer Selector switch (Cooling/Heating)

MF 21

MF 22

51 F25

52 F25

MF 25

UV W

51 F26

52 F26

20 21 22 23 24

Tr2

(42)

(43)

(38) (48) (39) (40) (41) (44)

(37)

Note 4 Terminal for remote display

47

FuU

EC6 (Extended I/O)

EC5 (Extended I/O)

FuR1 FuS1

Inlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Outlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Plate heat exchanger over cooled Water overheat AXP malfunction Water interruption Heater overheat Ambient temperature thermistor malfunction Faulty reverse or open phase Control panel malfunction Transmission error between chiller and remote controllers Code for remote control temperature setting broken Transmission error between chiller and centralized remote controllers

OL1.OL2 On

FuU

only UWYP160BY1(2)

MF 26

UV W

N F

Heat storage operation

100

EC7 20

S12

(55)

EC8 S22

X6 20

3

132

EC1 (Electric source)

135

B - board (EC4)

A - board (EC2)

74M1

CN5

CN6

No.1 Fan interlock malfunction No.1 Thermistor (refrigerant) malfunction No.1 Heat exchanger (front) thermistor malfunction No.1 Slide valve malfunction CN13 Jumper broken (EC2) No.1 Inverter malfunction No.1 High pressure malfunction No.1 Low pressure malfunction No.1 Compressor motor overheat No.1 Compressor overload No.1 Fan motor overload (51F11~16) No.1 EV malfunction No.1 Discharge gas overheat No.1 Current transformer malfunction No.1 Discharge gas thermistor malfunction No.1 Thermistor (suction,cooling) malfunction No.1 Heat exchanger (rear) thermistor malfunction No.1 High pressure sensor malfunction NO.1 Low pressure sensor malfunction NO.1 Extended I/O (EC5) malfunction NO.1 Thermistor (suction, heating, rear) malfunction NO.1 Thermistor (suction, heating, front) malfunction

OL1 On

CN1 12

NF

CN16

CN3

1234 CN11

(48)

(38)

(39)

6C1

42C1

20 M12-2

R1

5432 1

CN4 12345

LED2

EC5

(40)

51C1

52C1

CT1

Terminal for remote display

(37)

NO.2 Compressor motor overheat NO.2 Compressor overload NO.2 Fan mater overload (51F21~26) NO.2 High pressure malfunction NO.2 Low pressure malfunction NO.2 Low pressure sensor malfunction NO.2 High pressure sensor malfunction NO.2 Fan interlock malfunction No.2 Current transformer malfunction NO.2 Thermistor (refrigeramt) malfunction NO.2 Heat exchanger (front) thermistor malfunction NO.2 Discharge gas thermistor malfunction NO.2 Discharge gas overheat NO.2 EV malfunction NO.2 Thermistor (suction,cooling) malfunction NO.2 Slide valve malfunction CN16 Jumper broken (EC4) NO.2 Inverter malfunction NO.2 Heat exchanger (rear) thermistor malfunction NO.2 Extended I/O (EC6) malfunction NO.1 Thermistor (suction, heating, rear) malfunction NO.1 Thermistor (suction, heating, front) malfunction

OL2 On

Earth

20 M11-2

20 M12-1

Tes1

5432 1

5432 1

20 M11-1

CN3 12345

LED1

5432 1

OFF CN2 12345

DS1 DS2 1 2 ON

TH15

EC3

5

3

3

1 1

CN3

CN2 7

Tes2

5 9

42C2

6.

5.

3. 4.

2.

1.

1 2

74M2

R2

52 F12 51 F12 52 F22 51 F22

52 F21 51 F21

20 SX2

52 F14 51 F14 52 F24 51 F24

52 F13 51 F13 52 F23 51 F23

52 F16 51 F16 52 F26 51 F26

52 F15 51 F15 52 F25 51 F25

20 R18-1

20 R14-1

4 CN101

CN101

Control panel

EC3

Control panel

EC1 Electric source

20 M22-2

5432 1

CN4 12345

LED2

BS11 SS11 SS12 SS13 SS14

Tr1

20 M21-2

5432 1

CN3 12345

SK1

9

20 R16-1

6

7

CN5

Photo

4

10 13

11

1

CN13

51F16

51F15

51F14

51F13

51F12

2 5 3

52C1

CN101

20 R16-2

CN6

7 9

52C2

1

20 R14-1

42C2

6 C2

5

2

TeS2

20 R14-2

6C2

9

CN7

Note 3

20 R14-3

20 R14-2

42 C2

5 9

30 FX2

11

5 7

63L2

Photo

CN12

12

5

2

3

8 12

30 FX1

SS13

1

13

52 F12

52 F13

52 F11

52 F14

3

CN7

52 F12

SK1

8

6

20 R28-1

4

1

5

3

CN202

20 R28-2

coupling

1

5

1

CN201

20 R26-3

3

3

CN4

2

52 F15

11

52 F16

3

SK1

4

CN12

5

SS12

DMND

CN201

4

3

CN2

2

Manual

20 R24-2

9

1

coupling

5 3

52C2

51F24

20 R26-1

6

5

6

CN201

CN201 20 R24-1

Only

20 R26-2

CN201

2

Note 5

20 R24-2

CN201 7

1

1

SS11

5

1

20 R29

2

5

20 SX2

Note 3

3

CN11

No.2

3

3

8

6

7

1 3 CN42

5

TeS2

6

8 12

6

SS13

30 FX2

4

52 F21

1

CN6

CN17

52 F21

52 F22

52 F23

52 F22

52 F24

52 F23

3

SK1

52 F24

5

SK1

3

5

6

(43) (44)

3

10

TeS2

6

CN8

CN3 1

CN46

9

Terminal for remote display Note 4

3

5

CN21

LED400

8

In case of UWYP160BY1(2)

52 F26

CN1

1

CN45 1

52 F25

In case of UWYP100BY1 UWYP120BY1,UWYP140BY1(2)

5

Control panel

9

5

52F21

7

(1) (2) (35) (36)

RESET TeS2

AXP

-

DC4 ~ 20mA

(10) (11)

LED402

(N) (P) (F1) (F2)

1

CN26 2 4

LED401

4 5 CN20

+

Central Note 4 Remote controller remote (BRC307D) controllers SS14

1 3

EC4

4

No.1

52F11

4

2

(N) (P)

Control panel

CP1 UWYP140BY12 UWYP160BY12

Control panel

In case of

2

3

51F22 UWYP100BY1 51F23 UWYP120BY1 UWYP140BY1(2)

51F21

7

coupling

Photo

BS11

3

CN201 7 In case of UWYP160BY1(2) 4 CN201 9 4 9

20 R24-2

4 CN201 20 R24-1

20 R24-1

7

30 FX2

CN16

Photo

51F26

51F25

1

6

11 1

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

10 9

Note 6 defrost

2

2

8

7 In case of UWYP100BY1 In case of UWYP120BY1 UWYP140BY1(2)

13

20 R21

10

1

TeS2

NLN

(7)

6 7 CN19

3

51F23 (S Phase) 103 51F24

51F22

51F21

In case of UWYP160BY1(2)

1

(6)

Caution Do not input a voltage signal between (1) and (2) (AXP). Cooling/heating input (8) and (9). This can demage the circuit. Note 4 Note 4 Terminal for remote control Terminal for remote control (Temperature setting DC 4~20mA) (When set to non-voltage input) FAN-ON Note 2

(24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34)

In case of UWYP140BY1(2) UWYP160BY1(2)

52 F14

coupling

4

CN 201

49C2

CN15 3 2

51C2

Photo

1

CN202

H

CN 201

3

63H2 L

2

52 F13

7

(5)

TH-STR1 TH-STR2 TH-STR3

1 2 3 4 1 CN18

(20) (21) (22) (23)

In case of UWYP100BY1 UWYP120BY1

52 F11

CN 201 15 5

CN5

3

(18) (19)

(4)

Note 7-3)~6)

(3)

DC24V

Note 4 Terminal for remote control (When set to voltage input)

EDS55-801

Main Data

7.Field wriring 6) In case of attaching forced fan operation input contact, add the FAN-ON between Tes2(32) and (34). 1) In case of attacting the water circulation pump, add SS3 and 52P between Refer to opertion manual about the connecting method. Tes2(45) and (47) as shown by ( ). 7) In case of attaching the electronic heater (EH), When pump is installed outside the unit, the circuit breaker (MCCB1) is remove the wiring between TeS2(14)~(15), necessary. In addition, provide open contact of 52P and auxiliary (AX) of and add 23WH between TeS2(12)~(13), MCCB1 on AXP circuit in series. 26WH between TeS2(14)~(15), 2) In case of attaching pressure switch (water interruption protector), remove the 52H between TeS2(45)~(46). jumper between Tes(16) and (17), and add 63WL as shown by ( ). The leakage circuit breaker (MCCB2) between the power supply 3) In case of attaching external heat-storage operation contact, add the and 52His necessary. TH-STR1~3 between Tes2(24) ~ (29). 8) In case of attaching short defrost interval contact, Refer to operation manual about the connecting method. add SS2 between TeS2(18)~(19). 4) In case of attaching low noise operation during night time input contact, add the NLN between Tes2(30) and (31). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method. 5) In case of attaching demand input contact, add DMND between Tes2(32) and (33). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method.

SK2 SK2 SK2

11 14

SS2

Note 7-8)

ON: heating OFF: cooling

Cooling/heating input ON: heating OFF: cooling

4 2 4 1 CN17

47

EC2

4 CN101

7

CN15

20 R14-1

6 1 3

9 3

26WH

(12) (13) (14) (15)

23WH

Note 7-7)

Input B OFF signal (Contact a)

In case of UWYP140BY1(2) UWYP160BY1(2) 4 CN101

CN101

20 R19

SK1

coupling

CN101

30 FX1

103

Operation by ON Stop by OFF

Input A ON signal (Contact a)

7 9 In case of In case of UWYP100BY1 UWYP120BY1 EC6 7 9

CN101

20 R18-2

only UWYP160BY1(2)

only UWYP140BY1(2) UWYP160BY1(2)

30 FX2

20 M22-1

20 SX1

5432 1

20 M21-1

CN2 12345

5432 1

30 FX1

CN1 12345

LED1

1234

7

4 CN102 5

7 CN102 CN101

CN11

OFF

CN4

Photo coupling

20 R11

2

1 3 2 4

CN14

1

CN 101

51C1 49C1

13 3

CN16

20 R16-3

3

1

1 2

20 SX1

3

8

CN15

52 F11 51 F11

Tr2

CN1

H

CN 101

1 4

coupling

6

5 CN16

63H1

Continuous

Instantaneous

51F13 In case of UWYP140BY1(2) UWYP160BY1(2) 51F14 51F11 (S Phase)

51F12

51F11

118 117 116 115 114

: Printed circuit board :Tab terminal : Terminal : Connetor : Field wiring : Jumper Add interlock contact (AXP) for the water circulating pump between Tes2(1) and (2) as shown by ( ). Set SS13 to ’OPERATION’ continuously except confirming for interlocking with MF. Remote operation can be done by optional remote controller,central remote controllers or remote circuit. Make use of Tes(N)~(P) when using remote controller, (3)~(11) when using remote circuit. (F1)~(F2) when using central remote controllers. Refer to operation manual about the connecting method of remote controller. When set to voltage input, do not short circuit between Tes(3) and (4). Refer to operation manual about the setting and the connecting method of remote circuit and central remote controllers. Set SS14 to ’BOTH SYSTEMS’ continously except especialy case (for example, testing for HPS). Set SS12 to ’OPERATION’ continously except testing for HPS.

51C2

52C2

CT2

Note 7-1) Note 7-7)

TH 17

3

Photo

7

TeS2

(16) (17)

63WL

Note 7-2)

116 115 114

UWYP100BY1 In case of UWYP120BY1

DS3 DS4 ON 1 2

TH 16

box

132

(45)

52 P

(S Phase)

52 H

SS1 51 P

L

15

2 5

63L1

100 (R Phase)

11 13

(46) (47)

7

CN6

103

135

CN14

1 2

TH 13

6C1

Switch

CN202

CN5

CN13

5

6 42 C1 C1

3

52C1 42C1

30 FX1

1

135

9

NOTE)

6C2

1 FuR3-2 3

Note 4

(42)

SK2 SK2 TeS2 SK2

CN17

(41)

5

CN10

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 CN28 CN29 CN30 CN31 CN34 CN35 CN36 CN37 CN47 CN48

12

TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 TH5 TH6 TH7 TH8 TH9 TH10 TH11 CN 101

134 234 134 234 1 2 CN32 CN33 CN38 CN39 CN27 CN9 CN11 5 3 1 CN22 CN41 2 3 CN40 10 11 12 13 5

SENH1 SENL1 SENH2 SENL2

CN1 12345

1 2

1 2 CN14

1 2 CN13 CN15

TH14

Tr1

TH12

135

CN202

X1

S24

EC1

R

4 CN5 CN1 CN2 R 1 FuR2 5 S 3 3 5 FuS2 1 8 7 CN6 CN3 CN4 CN7

Control panel (EC3)

Tr1

CN102

FuR3-1

10

X4 20

TeS2

Individual code table

(Extended I/O) (EC6)

(Extended I/O) (EC5)

11

X1 X2 EC8

1

CN17

TeS2 (57)

103

S

CN102

S

X5 20

X1

20

S14

X4

(51)

20 8 20 SX2 12 SX2 TeS2 (56)

S23

12

14

X3

S21

20

X7

CN202

1 9

CN201

(50)

11

X6

X1 X2 EC7

20

S13

X5

20 8 20 SX1 12 SX1 TeS2 (54)

14

11 Fu2 CH2

11 Fu1 CH1

1 9

CN101

CN201

X3

S11

20

X7

CN102

12

(53)

52 52 C1 C2

Detail of the control panel’s back side

R

FuR1

CN101

FuS1

32

31

Selector switch (Test / operation) In case of malfunction the units continue Selector switch (Normal/Short) operations with malfunction display. Heat storage operation The malfunction display of is displayed only in case of field wiring. Heat storage operation

Motor (Pump) Low noise operation during night time input contact

Forced fan operation input contact Circuit breaker Leakage circuit breaker

Electronic heater (Water heating)

Demand input contact

Pump interlock contact Remote controller

Magnetic contactor Magnetic contactor (Pump) Pressure switch(Water interruption protector)

Thermal switch (Overheat prevention) Over current relay (Pump)

Thermal regulator (EH)

MF 23

MF 24

MF 24

UV W

51 F24

52 F24

In case of UWYP160BY1(2)

only UWYP140BY1(2),UWYP160BY1(2)

MF 25

MF 26

51 F23

52 F23

UV W

(U9) (V9) (W9)

Fan motor layout

MF 16

UV W

52 F21

52 F16

Y-Yellow Z-Green

MF 12

MF 11

MF 15

UV W

X-Red

UV W

52 F15

52 F14

In case of UWYP140BY1(2) UWYP160BY1(2)

Thermistor (No.2 Refrigerant temperature) Over current relay (MF) Thermistor(No.1 Cooling / suctionpipe) Only UWYP140,160BY1 Thermistor(No.2 Cooling / suctionpipe) Magnetic contactor (MC) Thermistor (NO.1 Heating/suction pipe 1) Magnectic contactor (MF) Thermistor (NO.1 Heating/suction pipe 2) Magnectic contactor (MF) Only UWYP140,160BY1 MAgnectic contactor (MF) Only UWYP160BY1 Thermistor (NO.2 Heating/suction pipe 1) High pressure switch Thermistor (NO.2 Heating/suction pipe 2) Transformer Low pressure switch Tr1,2 Slide valve (Capacity control) Optional accessories - Field supply Push button switch (Manual defrost)

Thermal switch (MC) Over current relay (MC) Over current relay (MF) Over current relay (MF) Only UWYP140,160BY1

Solenoid valve (for four-way valve) Magnetic contactor Magnetic relay Magnetic contactor (MC ) Reverse phase and open phase protection relay

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, suction)

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, heating)

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) Only UWYP160BY1 Solenoid valve (Economizer) Solenoid valve (Injection)

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) SENL1 Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) SENL2 Only UWYP120,140,160BY1 SK1,2

MF 21~24 MF15,16 MF25,26 Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) NF Only UWYP120,140,160BY1 R1,2 Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) SENH1 Only UWYP140,160BY1 SENH2

11~14

LED2 MC1,2

U-Yellow V-Green

Power supply display monitor (Normal: Green light) Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Red light flash)

LED400

MF 13

UV W

Switch box

UV W

UV W

51 F13

52 F13

51 F12

52 F12

51 F11

52 F11

Magnetic contactor (MC ) Electronic expansion valve(Cooling) Electronic expansion valve(Heating) Solenoid valve (Unloader) Solenoid valve(for refrigerant regulation)

3

42 C2

EH

LED402

LED401

Fu1,2 FuR1,S1 FuR2,S2 FuR3-1 FuR3-2 FuU

EC5 EC6 EC7,8

EC2 EC3 EC4

EC1

CP1 CT1,2

CN101,102 CN201,202

CN1~48

BS11 CH1,2

52C1,2 11~14 52F 21~24 52F15,16 52F25,26 63H1,2 63L1,2 74M1,2

51F25,26

51F15,16

49C1,2 51C1,2 11~14 51F 21~24

30FX1,2 42C1,2 47

20R19,29 11~14 20S 21~24 20SX1,2

20R 26-1,2 16-3 20R 26-3 20R18-1,2 28-1,2

16-1,2

20R24-3

20R24-2

20R24-1

20R14-3

20R14-2

20R14-1

20M 21-1,2 20M 12-1,2 22-1,2 20R11,21

11-1,2

6C1,2

R-Yellow S-Green

CN8

1

CN7

1

R2

YZ X

YZX

R1 3

MC2

MC1

52 C2

UV W

CT2

UV W

6 C1

47

51 C2

42 C1

L1 L2 L3

51 C1

52 C1

(R) (S) (T)

CT1

TeS1

MP

(U2) (V2) (W2)

UV W

(U3) (V3) (W3)

RST

(U1) (V1) (W1)

52H

(U4) (V4) (W4)

50Hz

(U6) (V6) (W6)

(U5) (V5) (W5)

(U8) (V8) (W8)

(U7) (V7) (W7)

In case of UWYP100BY1,UWYP120BY1 UWYP140BY1(2)

(U10) (V10) (W10)

In case of UWYP100BY1,UWYP120BY1

Unit operation

171

MCCB2

(U11) (V11) (W11)

Heating ON Cooling/Heating input

52P 51P

(U12) (V12) (W12)

Inclusive malfunction detection

101 102

MCCB1 (with AX)

Defrost operation

172

173

3-phase 380/400/415V

System defective No.1 malfunction

105

RS T

System defective No.2 malfunction

174

red black white yellow blue orange

106 107 red black white yellow blue orange

Note 7-7) To power supply

201

RS T

220

MF interlock test

Normal Operation

Note 7-1) To power supply

202

109 110

A Input B Input

Operation

Short defrost interval Test 112 108 109 110 111

111 211 210 209 208 207

HPS Test

UWYP100BY1 / UWYP120BY1 / UWYP140BY1 / UWYP160BY1

MF interlock test

209 208 207

Heating Cooling

A Input Operation

Both

Cooling

Heating

205

Wiring Diagrams

Test

212 203

Operation

B Input

204 204 205 206

206


Main Data

LED402 LED400 LED1 LED2

LED401

Fu1,2 FuR1,S1 FuR2,S2 FuR3-1 FuR3-2 FuU

EC5 EC6 EC7,8

EC2 EC3 EC4

EC1

CT1,2

CP1

CH1,2 CN1~48 CN101,102 CN201,202

BS11

52F15,16 52F25,26 63H1,2 63L1,2 74M1,2

49C1,2 51C1,2 11~14 51F 21~24 51F15,16 51F25,26 52C1,2 11~14 52F 21~24

30FX1,2 42C1,2 47

20R19,29 11~14 20S 21~24 20SX1,2

20R 26-3 20R 18-1,2 28-1,2

16-3

20R 26-1,2

16-1,2

20R24-3

20R24-1,2

20R14-3

20R14-1,2

20M 20M12-1,2 22-1,2 20R11,21

11-1,2 21-1,2

6C1,2

3

6 C2

UV W

MF 12

UV W

MF 11

MF 14

MF 13

MF 14

MF 12

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) SENL1 Only UWYP220,240BY1 SENL2 Solenoid valve (Economizer) SK1,2 Solenoid valve (Injection) SS11

Only UWYP200,220,240BY1) SENH1 Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) SENH2

MF 15

UV W

51 F21

51 F16

MF 16

UV W

52 F21

52 F16

MF 21

UV W

MF 23

MF 25

MF 21

MF 22

Pressure sensor (No.2 Low) Surge killer Selector switch (Cooling/Heating) Selector switch (HPS Test/Operation) Selector switch (MF interlock test) Selector switch (system) Terminal strip (Power) Terminal strip (Control ciruit) Terminal strip (Power) Thermistor (Water inlet) Thermistor (Water outlet) Thermistor (Ambient) Thermistor (No.1 Discharge gas)

Motor (Compressor) Motor (Fan) Motor(Fan) Only UWYP200,220,240BY1 Motor (Fan) Only UWYP220,240BY1 Noise filter Resistor Pressure sensor (No.1 High) Pressure sensor (No.2 High) Pressure sensor (No.1 Low)

Selector switch (Test/Operation) Selector switch (Normal/Short)

Heat storage operation contact Heat storage operation contact Heat storage operation contact

SS1 SS2

TH-STR1 TH-STR2 TH-STR3

SS12 SS13 SS14 TES1 TES2 TES3 3-phase asymmetry,phase sequence, Th1 phase loss relay Th2 Thermal switch(MC) Th3 Over current relay (MC) Th4 Over current relay (MF) Only Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/rear) Over current relay(MF) UWYP200,220,240BY1 Th5 Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/front) Over current relay(MF) Only UWYP220,240BY1 Th6 Magnetic contactor (MC) Th7 Thermistor (No.2 Discharge gas) Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/rear) Magnetic contactor (MF) Th8 Thermistor (NO.1 Heat exchanger/front) Over current relay(MF) Only UWYP200,220,240BY1 Th9 Thermistor (No.1 Refrigerant temperature) Over current relay(MF) Only UWYP220,240BY1 Th10 Thermistor (No.2 Refrigerant temperature) Th11 High pressure switch Thermistor (No.1 Cooling/suction pipe) Th12 Low pressure switch Thermistor (No.2 Cooling/suction pipe) Slide valve (Capacity control) Th13 Thermistor (NO.1 Heating/suction pipe 1) Push button switch(Manual defrost) Th14 Thermistor (NO.1 Heating/suction pipe 2) Th15 Crankcase heater Thermistor (NO.2 Heating/suction pipe 1) Th16 Connector (CN1~48) Thermistor (NO.2 Heating/suction pipe 2) Th17 Connector (CN101,102) Transformer Connector (CN201,202) Tr1,2 Remote controller Optional accessories - Field supply Only UWYP180,200,220,240BY1 Current transformer 23WH Thermal regulator (EH) Printed circuit board (Electric source) 26WH Thermal switch (Overheat prevention) Over current relay (Pump) Printed circuit board (A-Board) 51P Magnetic contactor(EH) Printed circuit board (Control panel) 52H Magnetic contactor (Pump) 52P Printed circuit board (B-board) Pressure switch (Water interruption protector) Printed circuit board (No.1 Extended I/O) 63WL Pump interlock contact Printed circuit board (No.2 Extended I/O) AXP Remote controller Printed circuit board (Relay) BRC307D Demand input contact Fuse (250V,1A) DMND Electronic heater (Water heating) Fuse (250V,5A) EH FAN-ON Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) Forced fan operation input contact MCCB1 Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) Circuit breaker Leakage circuit breaker MCCB2 Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) MP Motor (Pump) Fuse (500V, 10A) Low noise operation during night time input contact Control panel communication normal monitor NLN

(Normal: Green light flash) Power supply display monitor (Normal: Green light) Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Red light flash) Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Green light flash) Malfunction monitor (Normal: Red light off)

MF 24

UV W

51 F24

52 F24

51 F25

52 F25

MF 25

UV W MF 26

UV W

47

On

E C6 (Extended I/O)

EC5 (Extended I/O)

FuR1 FuS1

FuU

Tr2 32

31

X7 20

S

103

14 10 CN201

14 CN101

11 Fu2 CH2

11 Fu1 CH1

X3

S11

CN201

(50)

R

12

CN102

(53)

52 52 C1 C2

FuR1 100

CN101

FuS1

1 9

X5 20

S12

X6

(55)

S

Transmission error between chiller and centralized remote controllers

132

EC1 (Electric source)

B-board (E C 4)

A-board (E C 2)

74M1

CN5

20 M12-1

20 M11-1

OL1 On

No.1 Fan interlock malfunction No.1 Thermistor (refrigerant) malfunction No.1 Heat exchanger (front) thermistor malfunction No.1 Slide valve malfunction CN13 Jumper broken (EC2) No.1 Inverter malfunction No.1 High pressure malfunction No.1 Low pressure malfunction No.1 Compressor motor overheat No.1 Compressor overload No.1 Fan motor overload (51F11~16) No.1 EV malfunction No.1 Discharge gas overheat No.1 Current transformer malfunction No.1 Discharge gas thermistor malfunction No.1 Thermistor (suction cooling) malfunction Heat exchanger (rear) thermistor malfunction No.1 High pressure sensor malfunction NO.1 Low pressure sensor malfunction No.1 Extended I/O (EC5) malfunction Thermistor (suction, heating, rear) malfunction Thermistor (suction, heating, front) malfunction

5

7

OL2

On

42C1

R1

51C1

52C1

CT1

Tes2

42C2

FuR3-2

6C2

CN17

3

1

5 9

No.1 Extended I/O (EC6) malfunction Thermistor (suction, heating, rear) malfunction Thermistor (suction, heating, front) malfunction

NO.2 Heat exchanger (rear) thermistor malfunction

NO.2 Compressor motor overheat NO.2 Compressor overload NO.2 Fan mater overload (51F21~26) NO.2 High pressure malfunction NO.2 Low pressure malfunction NO.2 Low pressure sensor malfunction NO.2 High pressure sensor malfunction NO.2 Fan interlock malfunction No.2 Current transformer malfunction NO.2 Thermistor (refrigeramt) malfunction NO.2Heat exchanger (front) thermistor malfunction NO.2 Discharge gas thermistor malfunction NO.2 Discharge gas overheat NO.2 EV malfunction NO.2 Thermistor (suction,cooling) malfunction NO.2 Slide valve malfunction CN16 Jumper broken (EC4) NO.2 Inverter malfunction

6C1

20 M12-2

5432 1

CN4 12345

LED2

EC5

SK2 SK2 SK2

TeS2 (39) (40) (41) (42)

3

CN3

1 2

CN202

CN13

5

6 42 C1 C1

3

52C1 42C1

30 FX1

1

132

74M2

R2

Note 7 - 1)

Tr2

3

7

CN1 3

20 SX1

DS3 DS4 ON

30 FX2

52 F25 51 F25

52 F26 51 F26

52 F16 51 F16

EC1 (Electric source)

20 M22-2

54321

9

EC3

Only UWYP220,240BY1(2)

BS11 SS11 SS12 SS13 SS14

( Control panel )

20 R16-1

6

7

CN5

52C2

CN101

20 R14-1

20 R14-2

4 CN101

20 R19

CN6

7

42C2

6 C2

5

6C2

9

CN7

42 C2

TeS2

2

20 R14-1

5 9

30 FX2

11

CN12

20 R14-3

20 R14-2

Note 3

SK2 SK2 SK2

52 F11

30 FX1

SS13

1

13

3

(18) (19)

52 F12

52 F13

52 F11

52 F14

3

CN7

52 F12

SK1

52 F13

7

5

3

CN202

20 R28-2

3

CN202

1

5

1

CN4

CN201

20 R26-3

3

3

2

Note 7 - 3)~ 6)

52 F14

DMND

FAN-ON

2

52 F15

11

52 F16

3

SK1

4

CN12

5

SS12

3

BS11

7

2

3

Photo

10 9

Manual

3

6

8

Note 6 defrost

2

1

2

6 7 CN19

1

SS11

1

coupling

11

10

13

20 R21

1

1

CN201

SK1 SK1

4

51F21

7

3

CN2

Photo

CN16

30 FX2

20 R26-1

6

5

6

20 R26-2

CN201

20 R24-1

1

20 R29

5

20 SX2

Note 3

3

CN11

No.2

3

SS14

1 3

Both

EC4

4

No.1

2

3

B

6

8 12

SS13

30 FX2

4

52 F21

1

CN6

CN17

remote control

52 F21

52 F22

5

52 F23

52 F22

52 F24

52 F23

(From TeS5)

TeS2

52 F24

SK1

CN45 1

52 F26

SK1

1

RESET TeS2

8

3

5

6

(43) (44)

3

10

TeS2

6

CN8

CN3 1

CN46

9

Terminal for remote display Note 4

3

5

CN21

(1) (2) (35) (36)

LED400

7

Note 2

AXP

29

Wiring Diagrams

6) In case of attaching forced fan operation input contact, add the FAN-ON between Tes2(32) and (34). Refer to opertion manual about the connecting method. 7) In case of attaching the electronic heater (EH), remove the wiring between TeS2(14)~(15), and add 23WH between TeS2(12)~(13), 26WH between TeS2(14)~(15), 52H between TeS2(45)~(46). The leakage circuit breaker (MCCB2) between the power power supply and 52H is necessary. 8) In case of attaching short defrost interval contact, add SS2 between TeS2(18)~(19).

In case of UWYP220,240BY1(2)

52 F25

5

CN1

(N) (P) 2 (F1) 3 (F2)

Central remote controllers

3

1 3 CN42

(10) (11)

-

DC4~20mA

LED402

(N) (P) (F1) (F2)

1

CN26 2 4

7

+

In case of UWYP100BY1 UWYP180,200BY1(2)

5

6

52F21

8

6

LED401

4 5 CN20

Control panel

9

5

(N) (P)

52F11

4

2

CP1 Note 4 Control panel

CN201 7 In case of UWYP180,200BY1(2)

20 R24-2

2

Note 5

CN201 7 In case of UWYP220,240BY1(2) 4 CN201 9

20 R24-3

9

1

5 3

52C2

51F24

51F23

coupling

2

20 R24-2

4 CN201 20 R24-1

51F26

51F25

51F23 (S Phase) 103 51F24

51F22

A

Note 4 Terminal for remote control (Temperature setting DC 4~20mA)

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

1

5

Caution Do not input a voltage signal between (1) and (2) (AXP),cooling/heating input (8) and (9) . This can demage the circuit. Note 4 Terminal for remote control (When set to non-voltage input)

(24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34)

NLN

TeS2

In case of Control panel In case of UWYP200BY1(2) UWYP180BY1(2) UWYP220BY1(2) UWYP200BY1(2) Only UWYP240BY1(2) UWYP180BY1 In case of 51F21 UWYP200BY1 UWYP220BY1(2) UWYP220BY1 UWYP240BY1(2) 51F22 UWYP240BY1

coupling

4

CN 201

49C2

CN15

Photo

3 2

51C2

B

TH-STR1 TH-STR2 TH-STR3

1 2 3 4 1 CN18

(20) (21) (22) (23)

A

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

DC24V

Note 4 Terminal for remote control (When set to voltage input)

7.Field wriring 1) In case of attacting the water circulation pump, add SS3 and 52P between Tes2(45) and (47) as shown by ( ). When pump is installed outside the unit, the circuit breaker (MCCB1) is necessary. In addition, provide open contact of 52P and auxiliary (AX) of MCCB1 on AXP circuit in series. 2) In case of attaching pressure switch (water interruption protector), remove the jumper between Tes(16) and (17), and add 63WL as shown by ( ). 3) In case of attaching external heat-storage operation contact, add the TH-STR1~3 between Tes2(24) ~ (29). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method. 4) In case of attaching low noise operation during night time input contact, add the NLN between Tes2(30) and (31). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method. 5) In case of attaching demand input contact, add DMND between Tes2(32) and (33). Refer to operation manual about the connecting method.

6

4

1

20 R28-1

CN5

1

CN 201

CN 201 15 5

8

H

L

63H2

coupling

5

8 12

SS2

Note 7 - 8)

Cooling/heating input ON: heating OFF: cooling ON: heating OFF: cooling

In case of UWYP180BY1(2)

Photo

63L2

2

3

4 2 4 1 CN17

5 7

12

11 14

EC2

4 CN101

7

CN15

47

In case of UWYP200BY1(2) UWYP220BY1(2) UWYP240BY1(2)

9

26WH

(12) (13) (14) (15)

6 1 3

9 3

Input B OFF signal (Contact a)

Note 7 -7)

In case of UWYP180BY1(2)

1

7 9

CN101

20 R16-2

CN101

SK1

2 5 3 Photo coupling

: Connetor : Jumper

52 F24 51 F24

52 F15 51 F15

CN101

CN4 12345

LED2

Control panel

Tr1

20 M21-2

5432 1

CN3 12345

LED1

EC6

20 R18-2

SK1

4

10 13

11

1

CN13

51F16

51F15

: Tab terminal

52 F23 51 F23

52 F14 51 F14

20 R18-1

7 CN102 CN101

1234

7

4 CN102 5

13 3

CN4

Photo coupling

20 R11

2

1 3 2 4

CN14

1

51F14

30 FX1

23WH

Operation by ON Stop by OFF

Input A ON signal (Contact a)

51F11 (S Phase) 52C1 51F12 103 51F13

: Terminal : Field wiring

52 F22 51 F22

52 F21 51 F21

52 F13 51 F13

8

CN 101

51C1 49C1

51F14

DS1-1 : OFF

Continuous In case of UWYP200BY1(2) UWYP220BY1(2) UWYP240BY1(2)

: Printed circuit board

52 F12 51 F12 52 F11 51 F11

H

CN 101

1 4

CN11

20 R16-3

3

1

Only UWYP200BY1(2) UWYP220,240BY1(2)

30 FX1

20 SX2

20 M22-1

20 SX1

5432 1

20 M21-1

CN2 12345

OFF

6

63H1

CN16

5

Photo coupling

5432 1

CN1 12345

1 2 CN16

1 2 CN15

CN6

TH17

TH16

TeS2

(16) (17)

63WL

Note 7 - 2)

51F11 51F13

51F12

DS1-1 : ON

In case of UWYP180BY1(2) Instantaneous

2. Add interlock contact (AXP) for the water circulating pump between Tes2(1) and (2) as shown by ( ). 3. Set SS13 to ’OPERATION’ continuously except confirming for interlocking with MF. 4. Remote operation can be done by optional remote controller,central remote controllers or remote circuit. Make use of Tes(N)~(P) when using remote controller, (3)~(11) when using remote circuit. (F1)~(F2) when using central remote controllers. Refer to operation manual about the connecting method of remote controller. When set to voltage input, do not short circuit between Tes(3) and (4). Refer to operation manual about the setting and the connecting method of remote circuit and central remote controllers. 5. Set SS14 to ’BOTH SYSTEMS’ continously except especialy case (for example, testing for HPS). 6. Set SS12 to ’OPERATION’ continously except testing for HPS.

1.

NOTE)

51C2

52C2

CT2

52 P

(45) 7 - 7) 103 (S Phase)

135

CN14

1 2

TH13

6C1

52 H

(R Phase)

SS1 51 P

L

15

2 5

63L1

100

11 13

(46) (47)

7

Switch box

9

CN10

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 CN30 CN31 CN34 CN35 CN36 CN37 CN47 CN48

Terminal for remote display Note 4

(37) (48) (38)

Earth

20 M11-2

5432 1

CN3 12345

LED1

Tes1

5432 1

5432 1

OFF CN2 12345

1234 CN11

DS1 DS2 1 2 ON

1 2 CN3

CN16

TH15

EC3

CN1

NF

134 234 134 234 1 2 1 2 1 2 CN32 CN33 CN38 CN39 CN27 CN28 CN29 CN9 CN11 5 3 1 CN2 CN22 CN41 2 3 10 11 12 13 5 3 1 1 CN40

12

SENH1 SENL1 SENH2 SENL2 Th1 Th2 Th3 Th4 Th5 Th6 Th7 Th8 Th9 Th10 Th11 CN 101

CN1 12345

1 2

1 2 CN14

1 2 CN13

CN15

TH 14

Tr1

5

4 CN5 CN1 CN2 R 1 FuR2 5 S 3 3 5 FuS2 1 8 7 CN6 CN3 CN4 CN7

EC1

TH12

135

CN202

X1

20

S24

X4

TeS2

Control panel (E C 3)

Tr1

CN102

CN17

20

X6

20 SX2 TeS2 (56)

11

S22

FuR3-1

10

1 3

TeS2 (57)

8 12

X1

X1 X2 EC8

20

EC8

20 SX2

X5 S23

12

CN102

X3

S21

20

X7

CN202

1 9

X4 20

S14

(51)

R

Individual code table

Extended I/O (E C 6)

Extended I/O (E C 5)

11

X1 X2 EC7

20

S13

EC7

20 8 20 SX1 12 SX1 TeS2 (54)

Detail of the control panel’s back side

20 21 22 23 24

Inlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Outlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Plate heat exchanger over cooled Water overheat AXP malfunction Water interruption Heater overheat Ambient temperature thermistor malfunction Faulty reverse or open phase Control panel malfunction Transmission error between chiller and remote controllers Code for remote control temperature setting broken

OL1.OL2

(43)

(39) (40) (41) (44)

(42)

Note 4 Terminal for remote display

(38) (48)

(37)

51 F26

52 F26

FuU

In case of malfunction the units continue operations with malfunction display, The malfunction display of is displayed only in case of field wiring.

only UWYP200,220,240BY(2)1

MF 24

MF 26

MF 23

UV W

51 F23

52 F23

N F

In case of UWYP220,240BY1(2)

In case of UWYP180,200BY1(2)

only UWYP220,240BY1

MF 22

UV W

51 F22

52 F22

(U9) (V9) (W9)

X-Red Y-Yellow Z-Green

MF 16

MF 15

Fan motor layout

T-Red U-Yellow V-Green W-Red

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, heating) Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, suction) Solenoid valve (for four-way valve) Magnetic contactor Magnetic relay Magnetic contactor (MC )

51 F15

UV W

52 F15

51 F14

In case of UWYP200BY1(2) UWYP220BY1(2) UWYP240BY1(2)

In case of UWYP180BY1(2)

52 F14

MF 11

MF 13

UV W

51 F13

52 F13

51 F12

52 F12

EH

51 F11

52 F11

Main switch box

42 C2

MP

UV W

52H

Magnetic contactor (MC ) MC1,2 11~14 Electronic expansion valve (Cooling) MF21~24 Electronic expansion valve (Heating) MF15,16 Solenoid valve (Unloader) MF25,26 NF Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation) R1,2

R-Yellow S-Green

CN8

EC6

CN7

1

EC5

1

YZ X

YZ X

R1 3

MC2

R2

UV W

MC1

52 C2

UV W

6 C1

CT2

51 C2

42 C1

47

51 C1

52 C1

(R) (S) (T)

CT1

L1 L2 L3

TeS3

52P 51P

MCCB2

(U2) (V2) (W2)

TeS1

(U1) (V1) (W1)

RS T

(U3) (V3) (W3)

(R) (S) (T)

MCCB1 (with AX)

(U4) (V4) (W4)

RS T

(U6) (V6) (W6)

(U5) (V5) (W5)

(U8) (V8) (W8)

(U7) (V7) (W7)

RST

(U10) (V10) (W10)

To Tes4

(Heating ON) Cooling/Heating input

RST

Unit operation

171

50Hz

(U11) (V11) (W11)

Inclusive malfunction detection

101 102

Note 7 - 7)

Defrost operation

172

173

(U12) (V12) (W12)

System defective No.1 malfunction

105

116 115 114

To power supply

System defective No.2 malfunction

174 red black white yellow blue orange

106 107 red black white yellow blue orange

118 117 116 115 114

Note 7 - 1)

201

Normal Operation

To power supply

220

MF interlock test

Input

3-phase380/400/415V

202

109 110

Input

Operation

Short defrost interval Test

112 108

111 211 210 209 208 207

109 110 111

HPS Test

UWYP180BY1 / UWYP200BY1 / UWYP220BY1 / UWYP240BY1

MF interlock test

209 208 207

Input

Operation

Heating Cooling

Cooling Heating

205

EDS55-801

Test

212 203

Note 4

Input

204 204 205 206

206


30

1

LED402 LED400 LED1

52F35,36 63H3 63L3 74M3 BS31 CH3 CN 1-47 CN301 302 CT3 EC1-3 EC2-3 EC3-3 EC5-3 EC7-3 Fu3 FuR1 S1 FuR2 S2 FuR3-3 FuU LED401

52C3 52F31-34

51F35,36

20R36-1,2 20R36-3 20R38-1.2 20R39 20S31-34 20SX3.30FX3 42C13 47-3 49C3 51C3 51F31-34

20R34-3

6C3 20M31-1.2 20M32-1.2 20R31 20R34-1,2

T-Red

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation)

Thermal switch(MC) Over current relay (MC) Over current relay (MF)

3-phase asymmetry,phase sequence, phase loss relay

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, heating) Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation, suction) Solenoid valve (for four-way valve) Magnetic relay Magnetic contactor (MC )

Solenoid valve (Economizer) Solenoid valve (Injection)

MF 36

UV W

UV W

MF 32

MF 31

MF 33

UV W

51 F34

52 F34

MF 34

UV W

51 F33

52 F33

51 F32

52 F32

51 F31

52 F31

51 F36

52 F36

Y-Yellow Z-Green

FuS1

FuR1

EC7-3

100

X7

CN302

(53)

1 9

12

X5

20 SX3

(50)

8 12

X6 X1

1

CN17

3

FuR3-3

CN15

CN13

74M3

CN302

CN5

1 2

1 2

132

MF 34

MF 33

SUB switch box

MF 32

MF 31 MF 36

MF 35

Tes4 Eearth

6C3

MF 34

MF 33

CN3

CN16

20 M32-1

Tr3

5432 1

20 M31-1

OFF CN2 12345

5432 1

SUb Switch box

SUB switch box

MF 32

MF 31

12

DS1 DS2 1 2 ON

Th 35

CN1 12345

Th 34

135

CN1

NF

EC3-3

Th 32

Tr3

5

FuU

20 M32-2

5432 1

EC1-3

EC5 - 3 (Extended I/O)

FuR1 FuS1

47-3

20 M31-2

5432 1

52 F31 51 F31

52 F32 51 F32

Extended I/O (EC5 - 3)

TeS5

(39) (40) (41) (42)

CN4 12345

LED2

EC5-3

CN3 12345

LED1

CN11

1234

(37) (38)

134 234 12 12 13 12 12 12 CN27 CN28 CN29 CN30 CN31 CN34 4 CN32 CN33 CN5 CN9 CN1 FuR2 CN2 CN11 R 1 5 5 S 3 3 3 1 1 5 FuS2 CN2 CN3 7 8 CN22 CN6 CN41 5 1 1 3 5 7 2 3 CN40 10 11 12 13 CN3 CN4 CN7

EC1-3

Fan motor layout In case of UWYP240BY1(2)

(57)

X4 20

S34

CN302

X2

20

(54)

TeS5

S32

11

20 SX3

In case of UWYP180,200,220BY1(2)

103

CN301 20 20 S33 S31 11 X3 X1 Fu3 CH3 10 14 CN301 TeS5

52 C3

5 9

5

6 42 C3 C3

3

52C3 42C3

30 FX3

1

6C3

103

CN10

CN16

(45)

(R Phase)

EC1-3

A - board (EC2 - 3)

(Electric source)

control panel (EC3 - 3)

Tr3

H

8

7

CN1 3

20 SX3

CN 301

1 4

coupling

6

100

11 13

(46) (47)

7

3

63H31

5

TeS2

(16) (17)

63WL

Photo

2 5

15

L

Note 6 - 2)

(S Phase)

12

CN 301

63L1

Detail of the control panel’s back side

SK2 SK2 SK2

9

12 CN47

Th10-3

51F34

2

1

20 R36-3

3

20 R38-2

7 CN302 CN301

20 R38-1

20 R31

10

30 FX3

13 CN301

9

6

7

20 R36-1

CN5

CN13

20 R36-2

CN301

6 CN15

2

4

9

7

3 Note 2

20 R34-1

20 R34-3

20 R34-2

4 CN301

7

CN301

7 9

20 R34-1

20 R34-2

4 CN301

2

3

3

52 F32

7

52 F33

2

3

52 F34

52 F35

4

11

52 F36

SK1

Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Red light flash) Microcomputer normal monitor (Normal: Green light flash)

Power supply display monitor (Normal: Green light)

Fuse

(500V, 10A) Control panel communication normal monitor (Normal: Green light flash)

Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A) Fuse (250,3A or 3.15A)

Printed circuit board Fuse (250V,1A) Fuse (250V,5A)

Printed circuit board (Control panel) Printed circuit borad(Extended I/O)

Connector Current transformer Printed circuit board (Electric source) Printed circuit board (A-Board)

Push button switch (Manual defrost) Crankcase heater Connector

42C3

Tes5

51C3

52C3

CT3

52 F34 51 F34

52 F31 51 F31

Tr4

In case of UWYP240BY1(2)

R3

52 F35 51 F35

52 F32 51 F32

30FX3

20SX3

52 F36 51 F36

52 F33 51 F33

BS31 SS31 SS32 SS33

EC3 - 3 (control panel)

control panel

(Electric source)

52 F34 51 F34

In case of UWYP180,200,220BY1(2)

52 F33 51 F33

1.

CN7 3

3 2

52 F32

52 F33

52 F34

7

SK1

Control panel

11

1

2

3

Photo

Manual defrost

BS31

6 3

11

1

8

7

Thermistor (suction,cooling) malfunction Heat exchanger (rear) thermistor malfunction

CN26 2 4

To Tes2

(N) (P) (F1) (F2)

Transmission error between chiller and centralized remote controllers

Extended I/O (EC5) malfunction

5

7

CN21

TeS5

8

9

10

Main Data

EDS55-801

TeS5

(1) (2) (35) (36)

(N) (P) (F1) (F2)

1

LED2

1 3 CN42

(10) (11)

Control panel malfunction Transmission error between chiller and remote controllers Code for remote control temperature setting broken

Faulty reverse or open phase

Low pressure sensor malfunction

High pressure sensor malfunction

In case of malfunction the units continue operations with malfunction display, The malfunction display of is displayed only in case of field wiring.

High pressure malfunction Low pressure malfunction

CN13 Jumper broken Inverter malfunction Heater overheat

Water interruption Slide valve malfunction

AXP malfunction

Water overheat

Thermistor (suction, heating, rear) malfunction Thermistor (suction, heating, front) malfunction

Ambient temperature thermistor malfunction Current transformer malfunction Discharge gas thermistor malfunction

52F31

4

6

EV malfunction Discharge gas overheat

5

LED1

4 5 CN20

Plate heat exchanger over cooled

Fan motor overload(51F31-36)

Compressor overload

Compressor motor overheat

table

3

coupling

SS31

1

2

In case of UWYP180,200,220BY1(2)

52 F31

7

1

10 9

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Thermistor (refrigerant) malfunction Heat exchanger (front) thermistor malfunction

code

8

CN12 2

SS32

6 7 CN19

Note 3

5

(24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34)

In case of UWYP240BY1(2)

52 F31

Individual

SS33

1

13

CN7

1 2 3 4 1 CN18

(20) (21) (22) (23)

30 8 FX3 12

3

In case of UWYP240BY1(2)

CN301

9

4 1 CN17

(18) (19)

In case of UWYP180,200,220BY1(2)

20 R39

SK1

CN6

2

47 11 -3 14

TeS5

EC2-3

1 3

(12) (13) (14) (15)

Fan interlock malfunction Inlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Outlet water temperature thermistor malfunction

SK1

52C3

2 5 3 coupling

103

(S Phase)

CN301

Photo

4 CN302 5

4

51F36

51F35

51F34

51F33

11

1

51F31 51F32

7

13 3

CN4

Photo coupling

1 3 2 4

CN14

1

CN 301

51C3 49C3

: Printed circuit board : Tab terminal : Terminal : Connetor : Field wiring : Jumper 2. Add interlock contact (AXP) for the water circulating pump between Tes2(1) and (2) as shown by ( ). 3. Set SS13 to ’OPERATION’ continuously except confirming for interlocking with MF.

32

31

(51) TeS5

Th1-1 Th2-3 Th3-3 Th4-3 Th5-3 Th6-3

NOTE)

Thermistor (Heating/suction pipe 1) Thermistor (Heating/suction pipe 2) Transformer

Thermistor (Refrigerant temperature) Thermistor (Cooling/suction pipe)

Thermistor (Heat exchanger/rear) Thermistor (Heat exchanger/front)

Terminal strip (Power) Terminal strip (Control Circuit) Thermistor (Water inlet) Thermistor (Water outlet) Thermistor (Ambient) Thermistor (Discharge gas)

Selector switch (HPS test/Operation) Selector switch (MF Interlock test)

Selector switch (Cooling/Heating)

Surge killer

Pressure sensor (High) Pressure sensor (Low)

Noise filter Resistor

Motor(Fan) Only UWYP240BY1

Motor (Compressor) Motor (Fan)

Malfunction monitor (Normal: Red light off)

X-Red

20 21 22 23 24

101

Slide valve (Capacity control)

LED2 MC1 MF 31-34 MF 35-36 NF R3 SENH3 SENL3 SK1,2 SS31 SS32 SS33 TeS4 TeS5 Th1-3 Th2-3 Th3-3 Th4-3 Th5-3 Th6-3 Th30 Th32 Th34 Th35 Tr3,4

W-Red

N F

Tr4

SENH3 SENL3

51F31 51F32 51F33 In case of UWYP240BY1(2)

118 117 116 115 114

Low pressure switch

High pressure switch

Only UWYP240BY1

Over current relay(MF)

Magnetic contactor (MC) Magnetic contactor (MF)

Only UWYP240BY1

Over current relay(MF)

MF 35

UV W

51 F35

52 F35

In case of UWYP180,200,220BY1(2)

Solenoid valve (for refrigerant regulation)

Solenoid valve (Unloader)

Only UWYP240BY1

MF 34

UV W

51 F34

52 F34

UV W

U-Yellow V-Green

Magnetic contactor (MC- ) Electronic expansion valve (Cooling) Electronic expansion valve (Heating)

R-Yellow S-Green

EC5-3

CN7

3

MF 33

UV W

51 F33

52 F33

In case of UWYP240BY1(2)

MF 32

R3

UV W

MF 31

51 F32

51 F31

52 F32

UV W

6C3

52 F31

YZ X

42 C3

47-3

(U1) (V1) (W1)

MC3

UV W

51 C3

52 C3

(R) (S) (T)

CT3

L1 L2 L3

FuU

171

TeS4

(U2) (V2) (W2)

172

RST

105

(U3) (V3) (W3)

(U1) (V1) (W1)

Operation

50Hz

MF interlock test

UWYP180BY1(2) In case of UWYP200BY1(2) UWYP220BY1(2)

110

3-phase 380V

106 107

(U4) (V4) (W4)

(U2) (V2) (W2)

109

116 115 114 :Tab terminal : Printed circuit board

(U5) (V5) (W5)

(U3) (V3) (W3)

Test

112 108

111

(U6) (V6) (W6)

(U4) (V4) (W4)

HPS Test

111

Operation

109 110

UWYP180BY1 / UWYP200BY1 / UWYP220BY1 / UWYP240BY1

Cooling

Wiring Diagrams

red black white yellow blue orange

Heating


Outer limits of delivery

ON signal (Contact a)

Stop by OFF

Continuous Operation by ON

Instantaneous

Input A

(Remote control)

OFF signal (Contact a)

Input B

Heating by ON Cooling by OFF

Heating by ON Cooling by OFF

Cooling/Heating input

(Remote control)

Run Stop

Without voltage remote operation

Output terminal

(Heater, pump linkage)

With AC220V voltage output

Heat Cool

Cool/Heat

(180-480HP only)

Common fault

Contact for remote monitor

Unit operation

Normal

Shortened

In case of Cool/Heat input, the input is normal either under instant or normal circumstance.

Heat Cool

With contact a of DC12~24V voltage output

Thermostat (EH) Overheat relay thermostat Magnetic relay (Heater) Magnetic contactor (Pump) Pressure switch(Water interruption protector) Pump interlock contact Remote controller Demand input contact Forced fan operation input contact Low noise operation during night time input contact Defrost interval shortening input Heat storage operation contact Heat storage operation contact Heat storage operation contact

(Pump interlock)

Input

Run Stop

Heat Cool

Without contact a of voltage output Without contact a of voltage output

Input

Terminal for field mounting

Input

Input terminal

malfunction

Central remote controllers

Defrost

Main Data Input

Power Supply

Switch Box

Earth Outer limits of delivery

EDS55-801 Field Wiring Diagram

7. Field Wiring Diagram

UWYP40 ~ 480BY1

31

malfunction


Electric Characteristics

EDS55-801

8. Electric Characteristics Compressor electromotor

power

Model

UWYP40BY1

UWYP50BY1

UWYP60BY1

UWYP80BY1

UWYP100BY1

UWYP120BY1

UWYP140BY1

UWYP160BY1

UWYP180BY1

UWYP200BY1

UWYP220BY1

UWYP240BY1

Phase

Volts

Fr.

Starting Rating current Operation Power Power Power Current input factor <*1> input

Phase

V

Hz

A

A

kVA

kW

%

cooling

3

380

50

161

58

38.1

31.2

82

heating

3

380

50

161

63

41.6

35.0

84

cooling

3

380

50

187

63

41.5

36.2

87

heating

3

380

50

187

71

46.5

41.2

88

cooling

3

380

50

237

87

57.4

48.2

84

heating

3

380

50

237

93

61.1

51.5

84

cooling

3

380

50

398

113

74.6

64.7

87

heating

3

380

50

398

130

85.3

74.3

87

cooling

3

380

50

265

126

82.9

72.4

87

heating

3

380

50

275

142

93.2

82.4

88

cooling

3

380

50

342

174

115

96.4

84

heating

3

380

50

351

186

122

103.0

84

cooling

3

380

50

505

200

132

112.9

86

heating

3

380

50

514

223

147

125.8

86

cooling

3

380

50

535

226

149

129.4

87

heating

3

380

50

549

260

171

148.6

87

cooling

3

380

50

447

261

172

144.6

84

heating

3

380

50

465

278

183

154.6

84

cooling

3

380

50

608

287

189

161.1

85

heating

3

380

50

627

316

208

177.3

85

cooling

3

380

50

642

313

206

177.6

86

heating

3

380

50

665

353

232

200.1

86

cooling

3

380

50

672

339

223

194.1

87

heating

3

380

50

700

390

256

222.9

87

No.1

No.2

Fan electromotor <*2>

No.3

Phase

Rating output

Phase

Rating output

Phase

Rating output

Phase

Rating output

Phase

kW

Phase

kW

Phase

kW

Phase

kW

3

30

-

-

-

-

3

0.5×4

3

37

-

-

-

-

3

1.0×4

3

45

-

-

-

-

3

1.0×4

3

60

-

-

-

-

3

1.0×6

3

37

3

37

-

-

3

1.0×8

3

45

3

45

-

-

3

1.0×8

3

60

3

45

-

-

3

1.0×10

3

60

3

60

-

-

3

1.0×12

3

45

3

45

3

45

3

1.0×12

3

60

3

45

3

45

3

1.0×14

3

60

3

60

3

45

3

1.0×16

3

60

3

60

3

60

3

1.0×18

Starting method for all the compressor is star and delta starting.

Current

∗1.

cooling / heating

Starting Current

Time ∗

2. When compressor operating ,perhaps it will be no power (electric characteristics operating condition) Cooling----Chilling water output temperature 7DCºC difference between inlet temperature and outlet temperature 5ºC outdoor temperature 35ºC D.B.. Heating----Hot water output temperature 45ºC difference between inlet temperature and outlet temperature 5ºC outdoor temperature 7ºC D.B. (6ºC W.B.).

32

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

93.0

96.5

100

102

105

107

109

461 346 277 444 333 267

476 357 286

526 394 316 519 389 312 511 383 307 501 376 301 489 367 294

l/min

kW

110

WF

CAP

5

76 43 28 70 40 26

80 46 30

98 56 36 95 55 36 92 53 34 89 51 33 85 49 32

kPa

PD

33.8

32.3

30.9

29.5

28.2

27.0

25.9

24.8

kW

PI

99.0

103

106

109

112

114

116

117

kW

CAP

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan)(kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

491 368 294 473 355 284

506 380 304

561 421 336 553 415 332 544 408 326 533 400 320 521 390 312

l/min

WF

7

85 49 32 79 46 30

91 52 34

111 63 41 108 62 40 104 60 39 100 57 37 96 55 36

kPa

PD

34.2

32.6

31.2

29.8

28.5

27.3

26.1

105

109

113

116

119

121

123

125

kW

kW

25.1

CAP

PI

9

96 55 36 89 51 33

102 58 38

125 71 46 121 69 45 117 67 44 113 65 42 108 62 40

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

521 391 313 502 377 301

538 403 323

597 447 358 588 441 353 578 434 347 566 425 340 553 415 332

l/min

WF

34.5

33.0

31.5

30.1

28.8

27.6

26.4

25.3

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

552 414 331 533 399 320

570 427 342

633 475 380 624 468 374 613 460 368 600 450 360 586 439 351

l/min

WF

11

107 61 40 100 57 37

114 65 42

140 80 52 136 78 51 132 75 49 126 72 47 121 69 45

kPa

PD

136

133

27.9

29.1

122

118 34.8

126

33.3

31.8

130

138

26.7

30.5

140

kW

CAP

25.6

kW

PI

show nominal capacities and conditions.

111

116

119

123

126

128

131

133

kW

CAP

157 90 58 152 87 56 147 84 54 141 81 52 134 77 50 127 73 47 120 68 45 112 64 42

671 503 402 660 495 396 648 486 389 635 476 381 620 465 372 603 452 362 584 438 350 564 423 338

PD kPa

13 l/min

WF PI

3VG21284

35.2

33.6

32.2

30.8

29.4

28.2

27.0

25.9

kW

9.1

25

OT ˚C (DB)

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

9. Capacity Tables Cooling Capacity

UWYP40BY1

33


34

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

115

120

124

128

131

134

137

572 429 343 550 412 330

593 445 356

662 497 397 653 490 392 641 481 385 627 470 376 611 458 367

l/min

kW

139

WF

CAP

5

91 52 34 84 48 32

97 56 36

121 69 45 117 67 44 113 65 42 109 62 41 103 59 39

kPa

PD

39.3

37.5

35.8

34.2

32.6

31.2

29.8

28.5

kW

PI

122

127

132

136

140

143

146

148

kW

CAP

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

609 457 365 585 439 351

631 473 378

706 530 424 695 522 417 683 512 410 667 501 400 650 488 390

l/min

WF

7

102 59 38 95 54 36

110 63 41

137 78 51 133 76 49 128 73 48 122 70 46 116 67 43

kPa

PD

135

130

39.8

140

144

148

152

155

157

kW

CAP

37.9

36.2

34.6

33.0

31.5

30.1

28.9

kW

PI

54 138 79

435 709 532

43 107 61 40

388 622 466 373

Note)1.Figures in

115 66

123 71 46

647 485

670 502 402

51 131 75 49

56 144 82

443 725 544

425 690 518 414

57 149 85

451 739 554

kPa

PD

154 88

9

751 563

l/min

WF

40.2

38.3

36.6

34.9

33.4

31.9

30.5

29.2

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

411 660 495 396

686 514

710 532 426

451 732 549 439

461 751 563

470 769 576

478 784 588

797 598

l/min

WF

11

48 120 69 45

129 74

138 79 51

57 146 84 54

60 154 88

62 161 92

64 168 96

173 99

kPa

PD

40.6

38.8

37.0

35.3

33.7

32.2

30.8

29.5

kW

PI

146

152

157

162

166

170

174

177

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

138

144

149

153

157

161

164

167

kW

CAP

435 698 524 419

726 544

751 563 451

477 774 580 464

488 795 596

498 813 610

506 830 622

844 633

l/min

WF

13

54 134 77 50

144 82

154 88 57

64 163 93 61

67 172 98

69 180 103

72 187 107

194 111

3VG21285

41.0

39.2

37.4

35.7

34.1

32.6

31.2

29.8

PI kW

PD kPa

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP50BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

140

146

151

155

159

163

166

696 522 418 670 503 402

720 540 432

556 445

570 456 741

483 792 594 475 778 583 467 761

804 603

l/min

kW

168

WF

CAP

5

111 64 41 103 59 39

118 68 44

72 47

75 49 125

55 142 81 53 137 79 51 131

147 84

kPa

PD

52.5

50.0

47.6

45.3

43.2

41.2

39.4

37.7

kW

PI

149

155

160

165

169

173

176

179

kW

CAP

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

4 5

33

35

4 5 3

5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3

3 4

T1 ˚C

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

57 148

495 807

740 555 444 713 534 428

764 573 459

590 472

124 71 47 116 66 43

133 76 50

80 52

84 55 140

59 154 88

505 825 619

605 484 787

61 160 91

165 94

kPa

PD

513 841 631

855 641

l/min

WF

7

53.2

50.6

48.2

45.9

43.8

41.8

39.9

38.2

kW

PI

158

164

9

139 80 52 130 74 48

149 85 55

90 58

94 61 157

64 165

66 172 99

69 179 102

185 106

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

784 588 470 756 567 454

810 608 486

625 500

175

170

641 513 834

525 855

535 875 656

544 891 669

906 680

l/min

WF

179

183

187

190

kW

CAP

53.8

51.3

48.8

46.5

44.3

42.3

40.4

38.7

kW

PI

168

174

179

185

189

194

197

201

kW

CAP

830 623 498 801 600 480

857 643 514

662 529

678 543 882

555 905

566 925 694

575 943 707

959 719

l/min

WF

11

156 89 58 145 83 54

166 95 62

100 65

105 68 175

71 184

74 192 110

77 200 114

206 118

kPa

PD

54.5

51.9

49.4

47.1

44.9

42.9

41.0

39.2

kW

PI

177

184

190

195

200

204

208

877 658 526 847 635 508

905 679 543

699 559

586 955 716 573 932

598 977 733

608 996 747

1013 760

l/min

kW

212

WF

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

13 PD

173 99 64 162 93 60

185 105 69

79 205 117 76 195 111 72

82 214 122

85 222 127

230 131

kPa

PI

3VG21286

55.1

52.5

50.0

47.7

45.5

43.4

41.5

39.7

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP60BY1

35


36

50 Hz

4 5 3

4 5 3

4 5

29

31

33

4 5

39

686 548 880

660 528

184

914

709 567

945

191

198

730 584

749 599 973

209

204

95 62 158

765 612 998

214

71 47

77 50 124

133

82 53

142

86 56

91 59 151

98 64 165

780 624 1020

101 66 171

218

176

792 634 1040

kPa

PD

1056

l/min

kW

221

WF

CAP

5

70.5

67.1

63.9

60.8

58.0

55.3

52.9

50.6

kW

PI

196

203

210

216

222

227

231

235

kW

CAP

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

4 5 3

37

3

4 5

3

4 5 3

27

35

4 5 3

3

T1 ˚C

25

OT ˚C (DB)

701 561

728 582 935

971

753 602

1003

775 620

795 636 1033

812 650 1060

828 662 1083

841 673 1104

1122

l/min

WF

7

86 56 139 80 52

150

92 60

160

97 63

102 66 169

106 69 178

110 72 185

114 74 192

198

kPa

PD

71.4

68.0

64.7

61.6

58.8

56.1

53.6

51.3

kW

PI

208

215

223

229

235

240

245

249

kW

CAP

9

168 96 63 156 90 58

179 102 67

222 127 83 215 123 80 207 119 77 199 114 74 189 108 71

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

1029 772 618 992 744 595

1063 797 638

1189 892 714 1170 878 702 1148 861 689 1123 842 674 1094 821 657

l/min

WF

220

72.3

1089 817 654 1051 788 630

1125 844 675

1259 944 755 1238 928 743 1214 911 728 1187 891 712 1158 868 695

l/min

WF

11

187 107 70 175 100 65

199 114 74

248 142 92 240 137 89 231 132 86 222 127 82 211 121 79

kPa

PD

268

262

57.6

60.3

241

233

73.1

249

69.6

66.3

256

274

55.0

63.2

278

kW

CAP

52.6

kW

PI

show nominal capacities and conditions.

228

235

242

68.8

65.5

62.4

249

254

56.8

59.5

259

263

kW

CAP

54.3

52.0

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

1151 863 691 1111 833 667

1188 891 713

1330 997 798 1307 980 784 1282 962 769 1254 940 752 1223 917 734

l/min

WF

13 PD

209 119 78 195 111 73

222 127 83

276 158 102 267 153 99 257 147 96 246 141 92 235 134 87

kPa

PI

3VG21287

74.0

70.5

67.2

64.0

61.1

58.3

55.7

53.3

kW

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP80BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

231

240

249

257

264

269

274

1149 862 689 1103 828 662

1190 892 714

1330 997 798 1311 983 786 1287 965 772 1259 944 755 1227 920 736

l/min

kW

278

WF

CAP

5

79 46 31 73 43 29

85 49 33

104 61 40 102 59 39 98 57 38 94 55 36 90 52 35

kPa

PD

256

246

78.7

265

273

280

75.0

71.6

68.3

65.2

287

292

59.6

62.3

297

kW

CAP

57.0

kW

PI

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

l/min

WF

1223 917 734 1175 881 705

1266 950 760

1418 1063 851 1396 1047 838 1370 1028 822 1340 1005 804 1305 979 783

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

7

89 52 34 83 48 32

95 55 37

118 68 45 114 66 44 110 64 42 106 62 41 101 59 39

kPa

PD

305

298

63.0

66.0

79.5

75.9

72.4

261

272

281

290

311

60.3

69.1

316

kW

CAP

57.7

kW

PI

9

100 58 38 93 54 36

107 62 41

133 77 51 129 75 49 124 72 47 119 69 45 113 66 43

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

1299 974 779 1248 936 749

1344 1008 807

1508 1131 905 1484 1113 890 1456 1092 873 1423 1067 854 1386 1039 832

l/min

WF

323

316

63.8

66.7

80.4

76.7

73.2

53 133 77 51 126 73 48

926 1508 1131 905 1469 1101 881

111 65 43 103 60 40

1377 1033 826 1324 993 794

119 69 46

55 139 80

944 1543 1157

1425 1069 855

57 144 83

960 1574 1180

kPa

PD

148 86

11

1600 1200

l/min

WF

81.2

77.5

74.0

70.6

67.5

64.5

61.7

59.0

kW

PI

293

305

316

325

334

342

349

355

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

277

288

298

307

329

61.0

69.9

335

kW

CAP

58.4

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

874 1402 1052 841

1457 1093

1507 1131 904

957 1554 1165 932

980 1595 1197

1000 1633 1225

1017 1666 1249

1695 1271

l/min

WF

13 PD

47 115 67 44

124 72

132 77 51

56 140 81 53

59 148 85

61 154 89

63 160 93

166 96

kPa

PI

3VG21288

82.1

78.3

74.8

71.4

68.2

65.2

62.4

59.7

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP100BY1

37


38

50 Hz

102 60 40

96 56 37 89 52 35

1440 1080 864

1393 1045 836 1341 1006 805

31

281

5 3 4

39 105.1

100.0

95.2

90.7

86.4

82.4

78.8

75.4

kW

PI

298

310

320

329

338

345

352

358

kW

CAP

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

l/min

WF

1479 1109 888 1425 1069 855

1529 1147 917

1709 1282 1026 1682 1262 1009 1651 1238 990 1615 1211 969 1574 1181 944

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

5

292

301

3 4

5

3 4

37

35

5

310

318

5 3 4

29

33

325

5 3 4

27

5 3 4

332

5 3 4

126 73 48 122 71 47 118 69 45 113 66 44 108 63 42

1609 1207 965 1584 1188 951 1555 1166 933 1521 1141 913 1483 1112 890

337

kPa

l/min

kW

PD

WF

5

CAP

3 4

T1 ˚C

25

OT ˚C (DB) 7

107 63 41 100 58 39

114 67 44

141 82 54 137 80 53 132 77 51 127 74 49 121 70 47

kPa

PD

106.4

101.2

96.4

91.8

87.5

83.5

79.8

76.4

kW

PI

316

328

339

349

358

366

373

379

kW

CAP

9

120 70 46 112 65 43

128 74 49

158 92 60 153 89 59 148 86 56 142 82 54 135 78 52

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

1568 1176 941 1512 1134 907

1620 1215 972

1812 1359 1087 1783 1337 1070 1749 1312 1049 1711 1283 1026 1668 1251 1001

l/min

WF

107.7

102.5

97.6

93.0

88.7

84.6

80.9

77.4

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

63 158 91 60 150 87 57

1110 1809 1357 1086 1764 1323 1058

134 78 51 125 73 48

1660 1245 996 1601 1201 961

142 83 54

65 164 95

1132 1850 1388

1714 1286 1029

67 171 99

1151 1886 1415

kPa

PD

176 102

11

1918 1438

l/min

WF

109.0

103.8

98.8

94.2

89.8

85.8

82.0

78.4

kW

PI

354

367

379

390

400

409

417

424

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

335

347

359

369

379

387

395

401

kW

CAP

1053 1693 1270 1016

1754 1316

1811 1358 1087

1146 1863 1397 1118

1172 1911 1433

1195 1954 1465

1216 1992 1494

2026 1520

l/min

WF

13 PD

57 139 81 53

149 86

158 91 60

67 167 96 64

69 175 101

72 182 106

74 189 109

196 113

kPa

PI

3VG21289

110.3

105.0

100.1

95.4

91.0

86.9

83.0

79.5

kW

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP120BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

325

337

349

359

368

376

383

1610 1208 966 1550 1163 930

1665 1249 999

1860 1395 1116 1832 1374 1099 1798 1348 1079 1759 1319 1055 1715 1286 1029

l/min

kW

389

WF

CAP

5

91 53 36 85 50 33

97 57 38

119 70 46 115 68 45 111 65 44 107 63 42 102 60 40

kPa

PD

399

391

96.6

101.2

358

345

123.1

370

117.1

111.5

381

407

92.2

106.2

414

kW

CAP

88.3

kW

PI

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

l/min

WF

1710 1283 1026 1648 1236 989

1768 1326 1061

1976 1482 1186 1945 1459 1167 1909 1431 1145 1867 1400 1120 1820 1365 1092

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

7

102 60 40 95 56 37

108 63 42

114 67 45

133 78 52 129 76 50 125 73 49 120 70

kPa

PD

423

414

97.8

102.5

380

366

124.6

392

118.6

112.9

404

431

93.5

107.6

439

kW

CAP

89.5

kW

PI

9

99.1

103.9

56 139 81 54 133 78

44 106 62 41

113 66

120 71 47

126.1

120.0

114.3

108.9

94.7

57 144 84

52 127 74 49

90.7

kW

PI

149 87

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

1813 1360 1088 1748 1311 1049

1873 1405 1124

2095 1572 1257 2061 1546 1237 2022 1517 1213 1978 1483 1187 1928 1446 1157

l/min

WF

388

402

415

427

438

448

456

464

kW

CAP

1152 1851 1389 1111

1919 1440

1982 1487 1189

1255 2040 1530 1224

1283 2092 1569

1309 1604

1331 1636

1663

l/min

WF

11

49 118 69 46

126 74

134 78 52

57 141 83 55

60 148 86

62 90

64 93

96

kPa

PD

127.6

121.5

115.8

110.3

105.2

100.4

96.0

91.9

kW

PI

410

425

438

451

462

473

482

490

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

1217 1958 1468 1175

2029 1521

2094 1570 1256

1325 1616 1293

1355 1657

1382 1694

1406 1728

1757

l/min

WF

13 PD

54 131 76 51

140 82

148 87 57

63 91 60

66 96

68 100

71 103

107

kPa

PI

3VG21290

129.1

123.0

117.2

111.7

106.6

101.7

97.2

93.1

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP140BY1

39


40

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

368

383

396

407

418

427

435

1828 1371 1097 1760 1320 1056

1890 1418 1134

2112 1584 1267 2079 1560 1248 2041 1531 1225 1997 1497 1198 1946 1460 1168

l/min

kW

442

WF

CAP

5

115 67 45 107 63 42

122 72 48

151 88 58 147 86 57 141 83 55 136 79 53 129 76 50

kPa

PD

141.1

134.2

127.8

121.7

116.0

110.7

105.7

101.2

kW

PI

391

406

420

432

444

453

462

470

kW

CAP

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

1941 1456 1165 1870 1403 1122

2007 1505 1204

2243 1683 1346 2208 1656 1325 2167 1625 1300 2119 1589 1272 2066 1549 1240

l/min

WF

7

129 75 50 120 70 47

137 80 53

169 98 65 164 96 63 158 92 61 152 89 59 145 84 56

kPa

PD

431

415

142.8

445

135.9

129.4

123.3

56 134 78 52

144 84

Note)1.Figures in

2058 1544 1235 1984 1488 1191

153 89 59

65 161 94 62

1347 2189 1642 1313

470

117.5

2127 1595 1276

68 169 99

1377 2245 1684

480

112.1

458

70 177 103

1404 2296 1722

490

107.1

73 183 107

kPa

PD

1427 2340 1755

9

189 110

l/min

WF

2379 1784

kW

CAP

498

102.5

kW

PI

144.5

137.6

131.0

124.8

119.0

113.6

108.6

103.9

kW

PI

440

456

471

485

497

508

518

527

kW

CAP

1307 2102 1576 1261

2179 1634

2250 1688 1350

1425 2315 1737 1389

1457 2375 1781

1485 1821

1510 1857

1888

l/min

WF

11

62 150 87 58

160 93

170 99 66

72 180 104 69

75 188 110

78 114

81 118

122

kPa

PD

146.3

139.3

132.7

126.4

120.6

115.1

110.0

105.3

kW

PI

465

482

497

512

525

537

547

557

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

1382 2222 1667 1333

2303 1727

2377 1783 1426

1505 1834 1467

1538 1881

1569 1923

1596 1961

1994

l/min

WF

13 PD

68 166 97 64

178 103

189 110 72

80 116 76

83 121

86 126

89 131

135

kPa

PI

3VG21291

148.0

141.0

134.3

128.0

122.1

116.6

111.5

106.7

kW

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP160BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

l/min

kW

54 144 81

52 137 77 49

1400 2282 1711

1369 2224 1668 1335

488

478

421

437

452

466

121 68

44 112 63 40

2089 1567

1253 2011 1508 1207

129 73 47

56 151 85

1426 2333 1749

2160 1620 1296

58 157 88

1448 2376 1782

497

161 91

kPa

PD

2413 1810

505

WF

CAP

5

157.6

150.0

142.8

136.0

129.6

123.7

118.1

113.0

kW

PI

447

464

480

494

507

518

528

537

kW

CAP

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

l/min

WF

1331 2138 1603 1283

2219 1664

2293 1720 1376

1453 2361 1771 1417

1486 2422 1816

1514 2476 1857

1538 2523 1893

2564 1923

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

7

49 127 71 46

136 77

146 82 53

59 154 87 56

61 163 91

64 170 96

66 176 99

182 103

kPa

PD

159.6

151.9

144.6

137.7

131.3

125.3

119.7

114.6

kW

PI

475

492

509

524

537

549

560

569

kW

CAP

9

55 143 80 51

153 86

164 92 59

66 173 98 62

69 182 103

71 191 107

74 198 112

205 115

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

1411 2268 1701 1361

2352 1764

2430 1823 1458

1540 2502 1876 1501

1574 2566 1924

1605 2624 1968

1631 2674 2006

2718 2039

l/min

WF

161.5

153.8

146.4

139.5

133.0

127.0

121.3

116.1

kW

PI

503

521

538

554

568

581

592

602

kW

CAP

1494 2402 1801 1441

2490 1868

2571 1929 1543

1628 2646 1985 1588

1665 2714 2035

1698 2081

1726 2122

2158

l/min

WF

11

62 160 90 58

172 97

183 103 66

74 194 109 70

77 204 115

80 120

83 125

129

kPa

PD

163.4

155.6

148.3

141.3

134.7

128.6

122.9

117.7

kW

PI

532

551

569

585

600

613

625

636

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C) PD

1579 2540 1905 1524

64

69 179 101

192 108

74

1630 2632 1974

204 115

2716 2037

78

1677

86 128

89 134

92 139

144

kPa

82 122

13

1720 2096

1758 2149

1793 2198

1823 2241

2279

l/min

WF

PI

3VG21292

165.4

157.5

150.1

143.1

136.5

130.3

124.6

119.2

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP180BY1

41


42

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

465

483

499

514

527

539

549

2307 1730 1384 2221 1666 1333

2385 1789 1431

2665 1999 1599 2624 1968 1574 2575 1932 1545 2520 1890 1512 2456 1842 1474

l/min

kW

558

WF

CAP

5

125 70 45 116 65 42

133 75 48

166 94 60 161 91 58 155 87 56 149 84 54 141 80 51

kPa

PD

572

560

137.8

144.4

513

494

175.6

530

167.1

159.1

546

583

131.6

151.5

593

kW

CAP

125.9

kW

PI

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

l/min

WF

2450 1837 1470 2360 1770 1416

2532 1899 1519

2831 2123 1699 2786 2090 1672 2734 2051 1640 2674 2006 1605 2607 1955 1564

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

7

139.6

146.3

66 175 99 63 167 94

51 130 73 47

141 79

150 85 54

177.8

169.2

161.1

153.5

133.4

68 182 102

60 159 90 57

127.6

kW

PI

188 106

kPa

PD

524

544

562

578

593

606

618

628

kW

CAP

9

57 147 83 53

158 89

169 95 61

68 179 101 64

71 188 106

74 197 111

76 204 115

211 119

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

1559 2504 1878 1502

2598 1948

2684 2013 1610

1700 2762 2072 1657

1738 2833 2125

1772 2897 2173

1801 2953 2215

3002 2251

l/min

WF

179.9

171.3

163.1

155.4

148.2

141.5

135.2

129.4

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

1650 2652 1989 1591

2749 2062

2839 2130 1704

1798 2922 2191 1753

1838 2997 2248

1874 2298

1906 2343

2382

l/min

WF

11

64 165 93 59

177 100

189 106 68

76 200 112 72

79 210 118

82 124

85 129

133

kPa

PD

182.1

173.4

165.2

157.4

150.1

143.3

137.0

131.1

kW

PI

587

608

628

646

662

677

691

702

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

555

575

594

612

627

641

654

665

kW

CAP

1743 2804 2103 1683

2906 2179

2999 2250 1800

1899 2314 1851

1941 2373

1980 2427

2013 2475

2517

l/min

WF

13 PD

71 184 104 66

198 111

211 119 76

84 125 80

88 132

92 138

95 143

148

kPa

PI

3VG21293

184.3

175.5

167.2

159.4

152.1

145.2

138.8

132.8

kW

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP200BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

509

528

546

563

577

590

601

2524 1893 1515 2430 1823 1458

2610 1958 1566

2916 2187 1750 2871 2154 1723 2818 2114 1691 2757 2068 1654 2688 2016 1613

l/min

kW

610

WF

CAP

5

149 84 54 138 78 50

160 90 58

199 112 72 193 109 70 186 105 67 178 100 64 169 95 61

kPa

PD

626

613

151.9

159.2

561

541

193.6

580

184.2

175.4

597

638

145.1

167.0

648

kW

CAP

138.8

kW

PI

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

153.9

161.3

78 210 118 76 201 113

168 95 156 88 56

2583 1937 1550

180 101 65

196.0

186.5

177.6

169.2

147.1

81 218 122

72 191 107 69

140.7

kW

PI

225 126

kPa

PD

2681 2011

2771 2078 1663

1756 2853 2140 1712

3098 2324 1859 3049 2287 1829 2992 2244 1795 2927 2195

l/min

WF

7

574

595

615

633

649

664

676

687

kW

CAP

Note)1.Figures in

68 176 99 63

1706 2740 2055 1644

202 114 73

81 214 120 77

85 225 127

88 235 132

91 245 138

253 142

kPa

PD

189 106

9

2843 2132

2937 2203 1762

1860 3023 2267 1814

1902 3101 2325

1939 3170 2378

1971 3232 2424

3285 2464

l/min

WF

198.4

188.8

179.8

171.4

163.4

155.9

149.0

142.6

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

1805 2902 2177 1741

3009 2257

3107 2330 1864

1968 3197 2398 1918

2012 3279 2460

2051 2515

2086 2564

2607

l/min

WF

11

76 197 111 71

212 119

226 127 81

91 239 135 86

95 252 142

99 148

102 154

159

kPa

PD

200.7

191.2

182.1

173.5

165.5

158.0

151.0

144.5

kW

PI

642

666

687

707

725

741

756

769

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

607

630

650

669

686

702

716

728

kW

CAP PD

79

1841

237 133

252 142 91

101 150 96

106 158

110 165

114 172

178

kPa

85 221 124

13

1908 3069 2302

3180 2385

3282 2462 1969

2078 2533 2026

2125 2597

2166 2656

2203 2708

2754

l/min

WF

PI

3VG21294

203.1

193.5

184.3

175.7

167.6

160.0

153.0

146.4

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP220BY1

43


44

50 Hz

4 5 3

4 5 3

4 5

29

31

33

4 5

39

201.4

211.6

83 53

1980 1584

553

191.7

89 57 147

159

95 61

170

2057 1645 2640

2742

2126 1701

2835

665

174.0

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

587

610

630

649

680

166.0

182.5

693

704

kW

CAP

158.6

151.7

kW

PI

574

593

101 65

107 68 180

2246 1797 2920

627

2190 1752

111 71 189

2296 1837 2995

641

611

116 74 198

2339 1871 3061

119 76 205

653

212

2376 1901 3119

kPa

PD

3168

l/min

kW

663

WF

CAP

5

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

4 5 3

37

3

4 5

3

4 5 3

27

35

4 5 3

3

T1 ˚C

25

OT ˚C (DB)

2912 2184 1747 2806 2104 1683

3010 2258 1806

3365 2524 2019 3312 2484 1987 3250 2437 1950 3179 2384 1907 3099 2324 1859

l/min

WF

7

179 101 65 166 94 60

191 108 69

239 135 86 232 130 83 223 125 80 213 120 77 203 114 73

kPa

PD

721

705

168.2

176.3

214.2

203.9

194.1

623

646

668

687

735

160.7

184.9

747

kW

CAP

153.8

kW

PI

9

201 113 73 187 105 67

215 121 77

269 151 97 260 146 94 250 141 90 239 135 86 228 128 82

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

3088 2316 1853 2976 2232 1786

3190 2392 1914

3568 2676 2141 3510 2633 2106 3443 2583 2066 3368 2526 2021 3283 2463 1970

l/min

WF

216.8

206.4

196.5

187.3

178.6

170.4

162.9

155.9

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

3268 2451 1961 3152 2364 1891

3375 2531 2025

2832 2265 2785 2228 2732 2185 3562 2672 2137 3473 2605 2084

l/min

WF

11

225 127 81 210 118 76

240 135 87

169 108 164 105 158 101 268 151 96 255 143 92

kPa

PD

219.4

208.9

199.0

189.7

180.9

172.7

165.0

157.9

kW

PI

698

723

746

768

787

805

821

835

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

660

684

706

727

746

762

777

790

kW

CAP

3454 2590 2072 3334 2500 2000

3565 2674 2139

2992 2393 2941 2353 2885 2308 2821 2257 2751 2201

l/min

WF

13 PD

PI

174.9

183.2

112 168

91 235 132 85

252 142

268 151 97

3VG21295

222.0

211.5

201.5

192.1

167.2 117 176

108 160 102

160.0 121 183

kW

189

kPa

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP240BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

35

33

31

29

27

25

OT ˚C (DB)

649

674

697

718

736

753

767

3221 2416 1932 3101 2326 1860

3330 2498 1998

3721 2791 2232 3664 2748 2198 3596 2697 2158 3518 2638 2111 3429 2572 2058

l/min

kW

779

WF

CAP

5

91 53 36 85 50 33

97 57 38

119 70 46 115 68 45 111 65 44 107 63 42 102 60 40

kPa

PD

799

782

193.1

202.4

716

690

246.2

740

234.2

223.0

762

814

184.5

212.4

827

kW

CAP

176.5

kW

PI

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

l/min

WF

3421 2566 2052 3295 2472 1977

3536 2652 2120

3953 2965 2372 3890 2918 2334 3817 2863 2290 3734 2800 2240 3640 2730 2184

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

T1 ˚C

7

205.1

40 95 56 37

102 60

108 63 42

249.2

237.2

225.8

215.1

195.7

49 120 70 47 114 67 45

863

187.0

50 125 73

732

759

784

807

828

847

877

kW

CAP

178.9

kW

PI

133 78 52 129 76

kPa

PD

9

44 106 62 41

113 66

120 71 47

52 127 74 49

54 133 78

252.2

240.1

228.6

217.9

207.7

198.3

189.5

57 144 84 56 139 81

181.3

kW

PI

149 87

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

3627 2720 2176 3496 2622 2098

3747 2810 2248

2374 3857 2892 2314

2427 3956 2967

2474 4045 3034

4191 3143 2515 4123 3092

l/min

WF

Leaving chilled water temperature ˚C

2303 3703 2777 2222

3839 2879

3964 2973 2379

2510 4079 3060 2448

2567 4184 3138

2617 3209

2661 3271

3326

l/min

WF

11

49 118 69 46

126 74

134 78 52

57 141 83 55

60 148 86

62 90

64 93

96

kPa

PD

255.2

243.0

231.5

220.6

210.4

200.9

192.0

183.7

kW

PI

820

849

877

902

925

946

964

981

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

775

803

830

854

876

895

913

928

kW

CAP

2434 3916 2937 2349

4057 3043

4188 3141 2513

2651 3231 2585

2711 3314

2764 3388

2811 3455

3514

l/min

WF

13 PD

54 131 76 51

140 82

148 87 57

63 91 60

66 96

68 100

71 103

107

kPa

PI

3VG21296

258.3

246.0

234.4

223.4

213.1

203.5

194.5

186.2

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP280BY1

45


46

50 Hz

4 5 3

4 5 3

4 5 3 4 5

27

29

31

765

737

3 4 5

3 4 5

37

39

115 67 45

107 63 42

3656 2742 2194

3520 2640 2112 282.1

268.5

255.6

783

813

840

3741 2806 2244

3883 2912 2330

4013 3010 2408

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

120 70 47

129 75 50

137 80 53

235.0

89 59 145 84 56

3179 2543 4132 3099 2479

887

285.6

271.8

258.8

246.5

224.3

92 61 152

3250 2600 4238

907

865

214.3

96 63 158

3312 2650 4333

205.0

kW

PI

924

kPa

PD

169 98 65 164

l/min

WF

7

4487 3365 2692 4416

939

kW

CAP

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

791

35

122 72 48

79 53 129 76 50

2995 2396 3893 2920 2336

836

3780 2835 2268

232.0

83 55 136

3061 2449 3993

854

243.4

221.3

86 57 141

3119 2495 4082

870

815

211.4

151 88 58 147 202.3

kW

PI

4224

kPa

PD

3168 2534 4159

l/min

kW

5

884

WF

CAP

3 4 5

33

4 5 3

3

T1 ˚C

25

OT ˚C (DB)

831

862

890

916

940

961

980

996

kW

CAP

134 78 52

Note)1.Figures in

3968 2976 2381

59 144 84 56

2627

2552 4117 3088 2470

62

3368 2694 4378 3283 153 89

68 169 99 65 161 94

2755 4490

4253 3190

73 183 107 70 177 103

2854 4680 3510 2808 4591 3443

kPa

PD

189 110

9

4757 3568

l/min

WF

289.0

275.2

262.1

249.7

238.1

227.2

217.1

207.8

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

4203 3152 2522

2700 4358 3268 2615

4500 3375

2778

2914 4749 3562 2850 4631 3473

150 87 58

66 160 93 62

170 99

69

75 188 110 72 180 104

78 114

2971 3642

122

kPa

PD

81 118

11

3021 3713

3776

l/min

WF

292.5

278.6

265.3

252.9

241.2

230.2

220.0

210.6

kW

PI

930

964

995

1024

1050

1073

1095

1113

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

880

912

942

969

994

1016

1036

1054

kW

CAP

4445 3334 2667

2852 4605 3454 2763

4754 3565

2934

3009 3668

3077 3762

3138 3846

3191 3922

3989

l/min

WF

13 PD

166 97 64

72 178 103 68

189 110

76

80 116

83 121

86 126

89 131

135

kPa

PI

3VG21297

296.0

281.9

268.6

256.1

244.3

233.2

222.9

213.4

kW

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP320BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

161 91 58 157 88 56 151 85 54

144 81 52

137 77 49

129 73 47

121 68 44 112 63 40

4827 3620 2896 4753 3565 2852 4665 3499 2799

4564 3423 2738

4449 3337 2669

4320 3240 2592

39

4178 3134 2507 4023 3017 2414

842

875

929

895

315.3

960

988

300.0

285.6

272.0

1014

1036

247.3

259.2

1056

1073

kW

CAP

236.3

226.1

kW

PI

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

l/min

WF

4438 3328 2663 4275 3206 2565

4587 3440 2752

4722 3542 2833

4844 3633 2906

5128 3846 3077 5047 3785 3028 4952 3714 2971

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

904

3 4 5

35

37

931

3 4 5

33

955

3 4 5

976

995

1010

kPa

l/min

kW

PD

WF

5

CAP

31

29

3 4 5 3 4 5

3 4 5

25

27

T1 ˚C

OT ˚C (DB) 7

136 77 49 127 71 46

146 82 53

154 87 56

163 91 59

176 99 64 170 96 61

182 103 66

kPa

PD

985

949

319.1

1017

1047

1074

1098

1120

1138

kW

CAP

303.7

289.2

275.5

262.6

250.6

239.5

229.1

kW

PI

9

153 86 55 143 80 51

164 92 59

173 98 62

182 103 66

198 112 71 191 107 69

205 115 74

kPa

PD

Note)1.Figures in

4705 3529 2823 4535 3402 2721

4861 3646 2917

5003 3752 3002

5132 3849 3079

5349 4012 3209 5247 3935 3148

5437 4078 3262

l/min

WF

323.0

307.5

292.8

279.0

266.1

253.9

242.7

232.2

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

4980 3735 2988 4804 3603 2882

5143 3857 3086

5292 3969 3175

5428 4071 3257

4244 3395 4163 3330

4315 3452

l/min

WF

11

172 97 62 160 90 58

183 103 66

194 109 70

204 115 74

125 80 120 77

129 83

kPa

PD

326.9

311.3

296.5

282.6

269.5

257.3

245.9

235.3

kW

PI

1063

1102

1137

1170

1200

1227

1251

1272

kW

CAP

show nominal capacities and conditions.

1005

1042

1076

1108

1136

1162

1184

1204

kW

CAP

5263 3947 3158 5080 3810 3048

5433 4075 3260

4192 3354

4299 3439

4482 3586 4396 3517

4559 3647

l/min

WF

13 PD

192 108 69 179 101 64

204 115 74

122 78

128 82

139 89 134 86

144 92

kPa

PI

3VG21298

330.8

315.1

300.2

286.1

273.0

260.6

249.1

238.4

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP360BY1

47


48

50 Hz

998

966

930

3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5

35

37

39

141 80 51

4912 3684 2947

4442 3331 2665

4614 3460 2768

4770 3578 2862

116 65 42

125 70 45

133 75 48

155 87 56 149 84 54

5151 3863 3091 5039 3779 3023

988

1026

1060

1091

1119

1144

1166

4720 3540 2832

4900 3675 2940

5064 3798 3038

5214 3910 3128

5468 4101 3281 5348 4011 3209

5573 4179 3344

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

351.3

334.2

318.2

303.0

288.8

275.6

263.2

5662 4247 3397

161 91 58

1185

5248 3936 3149

251.9

166 94 60

5330 3997 3198

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

1028

3 4 5

1055

1078

33

31

3 4 5 3 4 5

1098

3 4 5

27

29

1116

3 4 5

25

l/min

kW

kW

kPa

l/min

kW

WF

CAP

PI

5

PD

WF

CAP

T1 ˚C

OT ˚C (DB) 7

131 73 47

141 79 51

150 85 54

159 90 57

175 99 63 168 94 60

182 102 66

355.5

338.4

322.2

306.9

292.6

279.2

266.8

255.3

1048

1087

1123

1156

1186

1213

1236

1256

kW

kW

kPa

188 106 68

CAP

PI

PD

326.3

342.6

359.9

197 111 71 188 106 68 179 101 64 169 95 61 158 89 57 147 83 53

5794 4345 3476 5667 4250 3400 5524 4143 3315 5367 4025 3220 5195 3896 3117 5008 3756 3005

Note)1.Figures in

310.9

204 115 74

5906 4429 3544

296.4

282.9

270.3

258.7

200 113 72 189 106 68 177 100 64 165 93 59

5679 4259 3407 5499 4124 3299 5304 3978 3182

124 79 210 118 76

129 82

5844 4383 3506

4596 3677 5993 4495 3596

4686 3749

133 85

364.2

346.8

330.3

314.8

300.3

286.6

273.9

262.2

1174

1216

1256

1292

1325

1354

1381

1405

kW

kW

kPa

l/min

4765 3812

CAP

PI

PD

11 WF

show nominal capacities and conditions.

1110

1151

1189

1223

1254

1283

1308

1330

kW

kW

211 119 76

CAP

PI

6003 4502 3602

PD kPa

9 l/min

WF

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

351.0

368.5

198 111 71 184 104 66

5811 4359 3487 5609 4207 3365

3VG21299

334.4

211 119 76

304.1

290.3

277.5

265.6

5999 4499 3599

138 88 132 84

143 92

148 95

PI kW

PD kPa

318.8

13

125 80

4629 3703

4854 3883 4747 3797

4949 3959

5034 4027

l/min

WF

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP400BY1

Main Data


Main Data

50 Hz

39

37

35

1017

1057

1093

4861 3646 2916

5220 3915 3132 5049 3787 3029

138 78 50

160 90 58 149 84 54 387.2

368.5

350.7

334.1

318.4

303.8

290.2

1081

1122

1160

1194

1225

1252

1276

1297

5166 3874 3099

5542 4157 3326 5362 4022 3217

5706 4279 3424

5853 4390 3512

5984 4488 3590

6098 4574 3659

6196 4647 3718

l/min

kW

kW

277.7

WF

CAP

PI

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5

3 4 5 3 4 5

169 95 61

1125

5376 4032 3225

3 4 5

33

178 100 64

5515 4136 3309

1154

3 4 5

31

186 105 67

5637 4228 3382

1180

3 4 5

29

193 109 70

5743 4307 3446

1202

3 4 5

27

199 112 72

5833 4374 3500

1221

3 4 5

25

kPa

l/min

kW

PD

WF

5

CAP

T1 ˚C

OT ˚C (DB) 7

156 88 56

180 101 65 168 95 61

191 107 69

201 113 72

210 118 76

218 122 78

225 126 81

kPa

PD

392.0

373.1

355.2

338.4

322.6

307.8

294.1

1147

1190

1229

1265

1298

1327

1353

1375

kW

kW

281.4

CAP

PI

235 132 85 225 127 81 214 120 77

6340 4755 3804 6201 4651 3721 6046 4534 3627

176 99 63

Note)1.Figures in

5480 4110 3288

202 114 73 189 106 68

245 138 88

6463 4847 3878

5874 4405 3524 5685 4264 3411

253 142 91

6569 4927 3942

PD kPa

9 l/min

WF

396.7

377.7

359.7

342.7

326.8

311.9

298.0

285.2

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature (˚C)

5804 4353 3483

197 111 71

226 127 81 212 119 76

239 135 86

6395 4796 3837 6214 4661 3729 6018 4513 3611

252 142 91

6559 4919 3935

154 99

159 102

kPa

PD

148 95

11

5030 4024

5128 4102

5214 4171

l/min

WF

1285

1331

382.3

401.5

1374

1414

1450

1482

1511

1537

kW

CAP

364.2

347.1

331.0

316.0

302.0

289.0

kW

PI

show nominal capacities and conditions.

1215

1260

1301

1338

1373

1404

1431

1455

kW

CAP

6138 4604 3683

6565 4924 3939 6360 4770 3816

5065 4052

5194 4156

5311 4249

5416 4333

5508 4407

l/min

WF

13 PD

221 124 79

252 142 91 237 133 85

150 96

158 101

165 106

172 110

178 114

kPa

PI

3VG21300

406.3

387.0

368.7

351.5

335.2

320.1

305.9

292.9

kW

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP440BY1

49


50

50 Hz

39

37

1105

1148

5484 4113 3290 5280 3960 3168

5670 4253 3402

159 89 57 147 83 53

170 95 61

423.2

402.7

383.3

365.1

348.0

332.0

317.2

1174

1219

1260

1297

1331

1360

1386

1409

PI: Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

PD: Pressure drop (kPa)

WF: Water flow rate (l/min)

CAP: Cooling capacity (kW)

5824 4368 3495 5611 4208 3367

6020 4515 3612

6198 4648 3719

6358 4768 3815

6500 4875 3900

6624 4968 3974

6730 5048 4038

l/min

kW

kW

303.5

WF

CAP

PI

T1: Chilled water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (deg)

OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C DB)

Symbols:

3 4 5 3 4 5

1187

3 4 5

35

180 101 65

5839 4379 3503

1222

3 4 5

33

189 107 68

5990 4492 3594

1254

3 4 5

31

198 111 71

6123 4592 3674

1282

3 4 5

29

205 116 74

6238 4679 3743

1306

3 4 5

27

212 119 76

6335 4751 3801

1326

3 4 5

25

kPa

l/min

kW

PD

WF

5

CAP

T1 ˚C

OT ˚C (DB) 7

179 101 65 166 94 60

191 108 69

203 114 73

213 120 77

223 125 80

232 130 83

428.4

407.7

388.2

369.8

352.5

336.4

321.4

307.6

1246

1292

1335

1374

1410

1441

1469

1494

kW

kW

kPa

239 135 86

CAP

PI

PD

201 113 73 187 105 67

215 121 77

228 128 82

239 135 86

Note)1.Figures in

6175 4631 3705 5953 4465 3572

6380 4785 3828

6567 4925 3940

6736 5052 4041

250 141 90

6887 5165 4132

269 151 97

kPa

PD

260 146 94

9

7020 5265 4212

7136 5352 4281

l/min

WF

1320 433.6

268 151 96 255 143 92 240 135 87 225 127 81 210 118 76

7124 5343 4275 6946 5210 4168 6750 5063 4050 6536 4902 3922 6305 4729 3783

1446

1395 438.8

1492

1535

1575

1610

1642

1670

kW

CAP

417.8

398.0

379.3

361.8

345.3

158 101

315.9

kW

PI

5463 4371

169 108

kPa

PD

330.0

11

164 105

5570 4456

5664 4531

l/min

WF

show nominal capacities and conditions.

1368

1413

1454

1491

1525

1554

1581

kW

CAP

412.8

393.1

374.5

357.1

340.9

325.7

311.7

kW

PI

Leaving chilled water temperature ˚C

6908 5181 4145 6667 5000 4000

7131 5348 4278

5502 4401

252 142 91 235 132 85

268 151 97

160 102

3VG21301

444.0

422.9

402.9

384.1

366.4

349.8

176 112 5769 4615

168 108

334.4

183 117 5883 4706

5642 4514

320.1

189 121

5983 4787

PI kW

PD kPa

13

l/min

WF

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP480BY1

Main Data


Main Data

43

143

136

128

122

115

109

103

95.2

87.9

83.5

79.4

75.7

72.2

69.2

66.4

60

410

-

-

93

54

388

512

84

147

647

486

49

132

613

368

44

349

75

68

460

119

42

341

436

74

455

581

24

252

40

36

315

330

63

420

61

22

239

107

33

299

413

57

399

550

20

228

36

30

285

313

52

379

55

18

217

96

27

271

391

47

361

521

16

207

32

25

259

296

43

345

49

15

198

86

23

248

370

40

330

493

14

190

28

21

238

273

37

317

32.3

32.2

32.1

32.1

32.0

31.9

31.8

31.7

31.6

31.4

31.3

31.2

31.1

31.0

30.9

141

134

127

120

114

108

102

94.4

87.4

83.2

79.2

75.7

72.4

69.5

67.0

404

505

673

383

479

638

363

454

605

344

430

573

326

408

543

309

386

515

293

366

488

271

338

451

251

313

418

238

298

397

227

284

379

217

271

362

208

260

346

199

249

332

192

240

320

59

90

158

53

81

142

48

73

128

43

66

116

39

60

104

35

54

94

32

48

85

27

42

73

23

36

62

21

33

57

20

30

52

18

27

47

16

25

43

15

23

40

14

22

37

33.7

33.6

33.6

33.5

33.4

33.4

33.3

33.2

33.0

32.9

32.8

32.7

32.6

32.5

32.4

35.2

35.2

35.1

35.1

35.0

34.9

34.9

34.7

34.6

34.5

34.4

34.3

34.2

34.1

34.0

99.1

91.9

85.4

81.5

78.0

74.8

71.9

69.3

67.1

36.9

36.8

36.8

36.7

36.7

36.6

36.5

36.4

36.3

36.2

36.1

36.0

35.9

35.8

35.7

97.2

90.2

84.0

80.3

76.9

73.9

71.1

68.8

66.7

38.6

38.6

38.5

38.5

38.4

38.4

38.3

38.2

38.1

38.0

37.9

37.8

37.7

37.6

37.5

94.9

88.2

82.2

78.7

75.5

72.6

70.1

67.9

66.1

40.5

40.5

40.4

40.4

40.3

40.3

40.2

40.1

40.0

39.9

39.8

39.7

39.6

39.5

39.4

97.0

92.3

85.9

80.2

76.8

73.8

71.1

68.8

66.8

65.1

42.5

42.4

42.4

42.3

42.3

42.2

42.2

42.1

42.0

41.9

41.8

41.7

41.7

41.6

41.5

94.5

89.8

85.3

81.1

77.2

71.8

67.2

64.4

62.0

59.8

57.9

56.3

55.0

3VG21266

41.3

41.2

41.2

41.2

41.1

41.1

41.0

41.0

40.9

10.8

40.7

40.7

40.6

40.5

40.4

PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

93.3

86.6

82.5

78.8

75.4

72.3

69.6

67.2

PI CAP WF

Leaving hot water temperature

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD

41

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

T1

9.2

Hz

50

OT

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

Heating Capacity

UWYP40BY1

51


52

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

180

170

161

152

144

136

129

119

110

104

99

94

90

86

83

89

568

114

74

515

200

859

644

67

488

180

813

103

60

462

610

92

162

769

577

54

437

145

728

83

48

413

546

74

130

689

516

44

391

117

651

67

39

370

488

60

105

616

462

34

341

51

29

314

426

44

76

524

393

26

298

69

497

40

24

283

373

36

63

472

354

22

270

57

450

33

20

258

338

30

52

430

322

18

247

48

412

28

17

237

309

26

45

297

395

177

168

159

150

142

135

128

118

109

104

99

94

90

87

83

507

634

845

480

600

801

455

569

758

431

538

718

408

510

680

386

483

644

366

457

610

338

422

563

312

390

520

297

371

495

283

354

471

270

338

450

259

323

431

248

310

414

239

299

399

72

111

194

65

100

175

58

90

157

52

81

141

47

73

127

43

65

114

38

59

103

33

50

88

28

43

76

26

39

69

24

36

62

22

33

57

20

30

53

18

28

49

17

26

45

39.7

39.6

39.5

39.4

39.3

39.2

39.1

38.9

38.7

38.6

38.5

38.3

38.2

38.1

37.9

41.5

41.5

41.4

41.3

41.2

41.1

41.0

40.8

40.7

40.5

40.4

40.3

40.1

40.0

39.9

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

37.9

37.8

37.7

37.6

37.5

37.4

37.3

37.1

37.0

36.8

36.7

36.5

36.4

36.3

36.1

45.7

45.6

45.6

45.5

45.4

45.3

45.2

45.1

44.9

44.8

44.7

44.5

44.4

44.3

44.1

48.0

47.9

47.8

47.8

47.7

47.6

47.5

47.4

47.2

47.1

47.0

46.9

46.7

46.6

46.5

50.4

50.3

50.2

50.2

50.1

50.0

49.9

49.8

49.7

49.6

49.4

49.3

49.2

49.1

49.0

49.0

49.0

48.9

48.9

48.8

48.7

48.7

48.5

48.4

48.3

48.2

48.1

48.0

47.9

47.8

3VG21267

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

43.6

43.5

43.4

43.3

43.2

43.1

43.0

42.9

42.7

42.6

42.5

42.3

42.2

42.1

41.9

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP50BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

215

204

193

183

174

165

156

144

134

127

121

116

111

107

103

109

690

135

87

616

236

1027

770

79

584

213

974

121

71

554

730

109

192

923

692

64

525

173

875

99

58

498

657

89

156

830

622

52

472

140

787

80

47

448

590

73

127

746

560

41

414

62

35

384

518

54

94

639

480

32

365

85

609

49

29

348

457

45

78

580

435

27

333

71

555

41

25

319

416

38

66

531

399

23

306

61

511

35

22

295

383

33

57

369

492

212

201

191

181

172

163

155

144

133

127

122

116

112

108

104

608

761

1014

577

722

962

548

685

913

520

650

866

493

616

822

468

585

780

444

555

741

412

515

686

382

478

637

365

456

608

348

435

581

334

417

556

320

400

534

308

386

514

298

373

497

85

131

230

77

119

208

70

107

188

63

97

169

57

87

153

51

79

138

47

72

125

40

62

108

35

54

93

32

49

85

29

45

78

27

41

72

25

38

66

23

36

62

22

33

58

49.7

49.5

49.3

49.2

49.0

48.8

48.7

48.4

48.2

48.0

47.9

47.7

47.6

47.4

47.2

52.2

52.0

51.8

51.7

51.5

51.4

51.2

51.0

50.8

50.6

50.5

50.3

50.2

50.0

49.9

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

47.4

47.2

47.0

46.9

46.7

46.5

46.3

46.1

45.8

45.6

45.5

45.3

45.1

45.0

44.8

57.7

57.5

57.4

57.3

57.1

57.0

56.9

56.7

56.5

56.3

56.2

56.1

55.9

55.8

55.7

60.7

60.6

60.5

60.3

60.2

60.1

60.0

59.8

59.6

59.5

59.4

59.2

59.1

59.0

58.9

64.0

63.9

63.7

63.6

63.5

63.4

63.3

63.1

62.9

62.8

62.7

62.6

62.5

62.4

62.3

62.5

62.4

62.3

62.2

62.1

62.0

61.9

61.7

61.6

61.5

61.4

61.3

61.2

61.2

61.1

3VG21268

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

54.8

54.7

54.5

54.4

54.2

54.1

53.9

53.7

53.5

53.4

53.2

53.1

53.0

52.8

52.7

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP60BY1

53


54

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

291

276

261

248

235

223

211

195

181

172

164

157

150

145

139

111

833

-

172

-

1042

101

790

271

1317

155

91

749

988

140

245

1249

937

82

711

220

1184

126

74

674

888

114

199

1123

842

67

639

179

1065

103

60

606

798

93

162

1010

757

52

80

560

700

139

45

519

934

69

120

865

649

41

494

109

824

63

38

471

618

57

99

785

589

34

450

91

750

53

32

431

563

48

84

719

539

30

414

78

691

45

28

400

518

42

72

499

666

287

272

259

245

233

221

210

194

180

172

164

157

151

146

141

823

1029

-

781

976

1302

741

926

1235

703

879

1172

667

834

1112

633

791

1055

601

751

1002

557

696

928

517

647

862

493

617

822

471

589

785

451

564

752

433

542

722

417

522

696

403

504

672

109

168

-

98

151

265

89

137

239

80

124

216

73

112

195

66

101

176

60

91

159

52

79

137

45

68

119

41

63

109

38

57

99

35

53

91

32

49

85

30

46

79

28

43

74

71.7

71.4

71.2

70.9

70.7

70.4

70.2

69.8

69.5

69.3

69.0

68.8

68.6

68.4

68.1

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

68.4

68.1

67.8

67.6

67.3

67.1

66.8

66.4

66.1

65.8

65.6

65.3

65.1

64.9

64.6

3VG21269

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP80BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

359

340

322

305

288

273

258

238

219

208

198

188

180

172

166

98

64

1030

170

1717

1288

58

975

153

1626

89

53

923

1219

80

138

1539

1154

47

873

124

1456

72

43

826

1092

65

111

1377

1033

39

782

100

1303

58

35

739

977

53

90

1232

924

30

45

681

851

77

26

628

1135

39

66

1047

785

24

596

60

994

35

22

567

745

32

55

945

709

20

540

50

900

30

18

516

675

27

46

859

645

17

494

42

823

25

16

475

617

23

39

593

791

354

335

317

301

285

269

255

235

218

207

197

188

180

173

167

1014

1268

1690

961

1201

1601

910

1137

1516

861

1077

1436

816

1019

1359

772

965

1287

731

914

1219

675

844

1125

624

780

1041

594

742

990

566

707

943

540

675

900

517

646

862

497

621

828

479

598

798

63

95

165

57

86

149

51

78

134

46

70

121

42

63

109

38

57

98

34

52

88

30

44

76

26

38

66

23

35

60

21

32

55

20

30

50

18

27

46

17

25

43

16

24

40

79.3

79.2

79.0

78.8

78.6

78.4

78.2

77.8

77.5

77.2

77.0

76.7

76.4

76.1

75.8

83.1

82.9

82.8

82.6

82.4

82.2

82.0

81.7

81.3

81.1

80.8

80.6

80.3

80.0

79.7

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

75.8

75.7

75.5

75.3

75.1

74.9

74.6

74.3

73.9

73.6

73.4

73.1

72.8

72.5

72.2

91.4

91.3

91.1

90.9

90.8

90.6

90.4

90.1

89.8

89.6

89.3

89.1

88.8

88.6

88.3

95.9

95.8

95.7

95.5

95.4

95.2

95.0

94.7

94.4

94.2

94.0

93.7

93.5

93.2

93.0

100.8

100.6

100.5

100.4

100.2

100.0

99.9

99.6

99.3

99.1

98.9

98.7

98.4

98.2

97.9

98.1

98.0

97.9

97.7

97.6

97.5

97.3

97.1

96.8

96.6

96.4

96.2

96.0

95.8

95.6

3VG21270

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

87.1

87.0

86.8

86.6

86.5

86.3

86.1

85.8

85.4

85.2

84.9

84.7

84.4

84.2

83.9

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP100BY1

55


56

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

430

408

386

366

347

329

312

289

268

255

243

232

222

214

206

76

1232

-

116

-

1540

69

1168

181

1947

105

62

1108

1461

95

164

1847

1385

57

1050

148

1751

86

51

996

1313

78

134

1660

1245

46

944

121

1574

70

42

896

1180

64

109

1493

1119

37

55

828

1035

94

32

767

1380

48

82

1279

959

29

730

74

1217

44

27

697

913

40

68

1161

871

25

666

63

1109

37

23

638

832

34

58

1063

797

21

613

54

1021

32

20

591

766

30

50

738

984

424

403

382

363

344

327

310

287

267

254

243

233

223

215

208

1217

1521

2028

1155

1443

1925

1096

1369

1826

1039

1299

1732

986

1233

1644

936

1170

1560

889

1111

1481

823

1029

1372

765

956

1274

729

911

1215

697

871

1161

667

834

1112

641

801

1068

617

771

1028

596

745

994

74

113

196

67

103

177

61

93

160

56

84

145

50

76

131

46

69

119

42

63

108

36

54

93

32

48

81

29

44

74

27

40

68

25

37

63

23

34

58

22

32

54

20

30

51

99.3

99.0

98.7

98.3

98.0

97.6

97.3

96.8

96.3

96.0

95.7

95.4

95.1

94.8

94.5

419

397

377

358

340

323

307

285

265

253

242

233

224

216

209

1200

1500

2000

1139

1424

1898

1081

1352

1802

1026

1283

1711

975

1218

1624

926

1157

1543

880

1100

1467

817

1021

1361

760

950

1267

726

907

1210

695

868

1158

667

833

1111

641

802

1069

619

774

1032

600

750

1000

72

110

191

66

100

173

60

91

156

54

82

142

49

75

128

45

68

116

41

62

106

36

54

92

31

47

80

29

43

74

27

40

68

25

37

63

23

34

58

22

32

55

21

31

52

104.3

104.0

103.6

103.3

103.0

102.7

102.4

101.9

101.5

101.2

100.9

100.6

100.3

100.0

99.7

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

94.8

94.4

94.1

93.7

93.3

93.0

92.6

92.1

91.6

91.3

90.9

90.6

90.2

89.9

89.6

412

391

372

353

335

319

303

282

263

251

241

232

223

216

210

1181

1476

1968

1121

1402

1869

1065

1331

1775

1012

1264

1686

961

1201

1602

914

1142

1523

869

1086

1449

808

1010

1346

753

942

1256

721

901

1201

691

864

1152

664

830

1107

640

800

1067

619

774

1032

602

752

1003

109.6

109.3

109.0

108.7

108.4

108.1

107.8

107.4

107.0

106.7

106.4

106.1

105.9

105.6

105.3

405

384

365

347

330

314

299

278

260

249

239

230

222

216

210

1160

1450

1933

1102

1377

1836

1047

1308

1744

995

1243

1658

946

1182

1576

900

1124

1499

856

1070

1427

797

997

1329

745

931

1241

713

892

1189

685

856

1142

660

825

1100

637

797

1062

618

772

1030

601

752

1002

68

103

179

62

94

162

56

85

147

51

77

133

47

70

121

43

64

110

39

59

100

34

51

88

30

45

77

28

42

71

26

39

66

24

36

62

23

34

58

22

32

55

21

31

52

115.3

115.0

114.8

114.5

114.2

113.9

113.7

113.3

112.9

112.6

112.4

112.1

111.9

111.6

111.4

396

377

358

340

324

308

294

274

256

246

236

228

221

214

209

1137

1421

1894

1080

1350

1800

1026

1283

1711

976

1220

1626

928

1160

1547

883

1104

1472

842

1052

1403

785

981

1308

734

918

1224

704

880

1174

677

847

1129

653

817

1089

632

790

1054

614

768

1024

599

749

998

66

100

172

60

90

156

54

82

142

49

75

129

45

68

117

41

62

107

38

57

97

33

50

85

29

44

75

27

41

70

25

38

65

24

36

60

23

34

57

21

32

54

20

30

52

121.4

121.2

120.9

120.6

120.4

120.1

119.9

119.5

119.2

118.9

118.7

118.5

118.2

118.0

117.8

388

369

350

333

317

302

288

269

252

242

233

225

218

212

207

1112

1390

1853

1056

1321

1761

1004

1255

1674

955

1194

1592

909

1136

1514

865

1082

1442

825

1031

1375

770

962

1283

722

902

1203

693

866

1155

668

834

1113

645

806

1075

625

782

1042

609

761

1014

595

743

991

63

95

165

57

87

150

52

79

136

47

72

123

43

65

112

40

60

102

36

55

94

32

48

82

29

43

73

27

40

68

25

37

63

23

35

59

22

33

56

21

31

53

20

30

51

127.9

127.7

127.4

127.2

127.0

126.7

126.5

126.2

125.8

125.6

125.4

125.2

125.0

124.8

124.6

326

310

295

281

267

254

243

227

213

205

197

191

185

181

177

936

1170

1560

890

1112

1483

846

1057

1409

804

1005

1341

766

957

1276

729

912

1216

696

870

1160

650

813

1083

610

763

1017

587

733

978

566

707

943

548

684

913

532

665

886

519

648

864

508

635

846

46

69

119

42

63

108

38

57

98

35

52

89

32

48

81

29

44

74

27

40

68

24

35

60

21

31

53

20

29

50

18

27

46

17

26

44

17

25

41

16

24

40

15

23

38

124.9

124.7

124.5

124.3

124.1

123.9

123.7

123.4

123.2

123.0

122.8

122.6

122.4

122.3

122.1

3VG21271

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

70

107

185

64

97

168

58

88

152

53

80

138

48

73

125

44

66

114

40

60

103

35

53

90

31

46

79

28

43

73

26

39

67

25

37

62

23

34

58

22

32

55

21

31

52

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP120BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

506

480

455

431

409

387

368

340

315

300

286

273

262

251

242

75

1449

-

113

-

1812

68

1375

-

102

-

1718

61

1303

-

93

-

1629

56

1236

144

2060

84

51

1172

1545

76

130

1953

1464

46

1111

118

1851

69

42

1054

1389

63

107

1756

1317

36

54

974

1218

92

32

903

1624

47

80

1504

1128

29

859

73

1432

43

27

819

1074

40

67

1366

1024

25

783

62

1305

37

23

750

979

34

57

1250

938

21

721

53

1201

32

20

695

901

30

50

869

1158

499

474

450

427

405

384

365

338

314

299

286

274

263

253

245

1432

1789

-

1358

1698

-

1289

1611

-

1223

1529

2038

1160

1450

1934

1101

1376

1835

1046

1307

1743

969

1211

1614

900

1124

1499

858

1072

1430

820

1024

1366

785

981

1308

754

942

1256

726

907

1210

702

877

1169

73

110

-

66

100

-

60

91

-

55

82

141

50

75

128

45

68

116

41

62

105

36

54

91

31

47

79

29

43

73

27

40

67

25

37

62

23

34

57

22

32

54

20

30

50

121.3

120.9

120.5

120.1

119.7

119.3

118.9

118.3

117.7

117.3

116.9

116.5

116.1

115.7

115.4

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

115.8

115.3

114.9

114.4

114.0

113.6

113.1

112.5

111.9

111.5

111.0

110.6

110.2

109.8

109.4

3VG21272

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

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UWYP140BY1

57


58

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

581

551

523

496

470

446

423

391

362

345

329

314

301

289

279

97

1667

-

147

-

2083

88

1581

-

133

-

1976

79

1499

-

120

-

1874

72

1421

188

2369

109

65

1347

1776

99

169

2245

1684

59

1277

153

2129

89

54

1212

1597

81

139

2019

1514

47

70

1120

1400

120

41

1038

1867

61

104

1730

1298

37

988

95

1647

56

34

942

1235

51

87

1571

1178

32

901

80

1501

47

29

863

1126

44

74

1438

1078

27

829

68

1382

40

26

799

1036

38

64

999

1332

574

545

517

491

465

442

419

389

361

344

329

315

302

291

281

1646

2058

-

1562

1953

-

1482

1853

-

1406

1758

2344

1334

1668

2224

1266

1583

2111

1202

1503

2004

1114

1392

1856

1034

1293

1724

986

1233

1644

943

1178

1571

903

1128

1504

867

108

1444

835

1043

1391

807

1008

1345

95

144

-

86

130

-

78

118

-

71

107

184

64

97

166

58

88

151

53

80

137

46

69

118

40

61

103

37

55

94

34

51

87

32

47

80

29

44

74

28

41

69

26

39

65

143.3

142.8

142.3

141.8

141.4

140.9

140.4

139.7

139.0

138.5

138.1

137.6

137.2

136.7

136.3

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

136.7

136.2

135.7

135.2

134.7

134.1

133.6

132.9

132.1

131.7

131.2

130.7

130.2

129.7

129.3

3VG21273

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP160BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

645

611

580

550

521

494

469

433

401

382

364

348

334

321

309

95

1848

-

148

-

2310

85

1753

-

133

-

2191

77

1662

-

120

-

2077

69

1576

191

2626

108

62

1494

1970

97

172

2490

1867

56

1416

154

2360

87

50

1343

1770

78

139

2239

1679

43

67

1242

1553

119

37

1151

2070

57

102

1918

1439

33

1096

92

1826

52

30

1045

1307

47

84

1741

1306

28

998

77

1664

43

25

957

1248

40

70

1594

1196

23

919

65

1532

37

22

886

1149

34

60

1107

1477

637

604

573

544

516

490

465

431

400

382

365

349

335

323

312

1825

2282

-

1732

2165

-

1643

2054

2739

1559

1949

2599

1479

1849

2466

1404

1755

2340

1333

1666

2222

1235

1544

2058

1147

1434

1911

1094

1367

1823

1045

1306

1742

1001

1251

1668

961

1201

1601

925

1157

1542

894

1118

1491

92

144

-

83

130

-

75

117

208

67

105

187

61

95

168

55

85

152

49

77

137

42

66

117

37

57

101

33

52

92

30

47

84

28

43

77

26

40

71

24

37

66

22

35

62

149.1

148.6

148.1

147.6

147.1

146.6

146.1

145.3

144.6

144.1

143.6

143.2

142.7

142.2

141.8

628

596

566

537

510

484

460

427

398

380

364

349

336

324

314

140 90

2249 1800

81

73

1622

1709

114

2027 -

202

2703

126

66

1540

-

103

2136

182

65

1531

1925

116

2041

2566

36

1140

59

56

1425

1462

100

1900

93

33

1089

165

51

1361

1828

91

1815

2437

30

1042

54

47

1303

1389

84

1737

84

28

1000

148

43

1250

1736

77

1667

2315

26

962

48

40

1203

1320

71

1604

75

24

929

134

37

1161

1650

66

1548

2200

23

900

42

35

1125

1225

62

1500

156.5

156.0

155.6

155.1

154.6

154.1

153.7

153.0

152.3

151.8

151.4

151.0

150.5

150.1

149.7

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

142.3

141.7

141.2

140.6

140.1

139.6

139.0

138.3

137.5

137.0

136.5

136.0

135.5

135.0

134.5

618

587

557

529

503

478

455

423

394

377

362

348

335

324

315

1771

2214

-

1682

2102

-

1597

1997

2662

1517

1897

2529

1442

1802

2403

1370

1713

2284

1304

1630

2173

1212

1515

2020

1130

1412

1883

1081

1351

1802

1036

1295

1727

996

1245

1660

961

1201

1601

929

1162

1549

902

1128

1504

164.5

164.1

163.6

163.2

162.7

162.3

161.8

161.2

160.6

160.1

159.7

159.3

158.9

158.5

158.1

607

576

548

520

495

471

448

417

390

373

358

345

333

323

315

1739

2174

-

1653

2066

-

1570

1963

2617

1492

1865

2487

1418

1773

2364

1349

1687

2249

1285

1606

2141

1196

1495

1993

1117

1396

1862

1070

1338

1784

1028

1285

1713

990

1237

1649

956

1195

1593

927

1158

1545

902

1127

1503

84

131

-

76

118

-

68

107

190

62

96

171

56

87

155

51

79

140

46

72

127

40

62

110

35

54

96

32

50

88

29

46

81

27

42

75

25

40

70

24

37

66

23

35

63

173.1

172.7

172.3

171.8

171.4

171.0

170.6

170.0

169.4

169.0

168.6

168.3

167.9

167.5

167.1

595

565

537

511

486

462

440

411

384

369

354

342

331

321

313

1705

2131

-

1620

2025

2700

1540

1925

2566

1464

1830

2440

1392

1740

2320

1325

1656

2209

1263

1578

2104

1177

1471

1961

1101

1377

1835

1056

1320

1761

1016

1270

1693

980

1225

1633

948

1185

1581

921

1152

1535

899

1123

1498

81

126

-

73

114

202

66

103

182

59

93

165

54

84

149

49

76

135

44

69

123

38

60

107

34

53

93

31

48

86

29

45

80

27

42

74

25

39

69

24

37

65

22

35

62

182.3

181.9

181.5

181.1

180.7

180.3

180.0

179.4

178.9

178.5

178.1

177.8

177.4

177.1

176.8

582

553

525

500

475

453

432

403

378

363

349

337

327

318

311

193 109 70

2641 1981 1585

77

63

1506

1667

98

1883

-

175

2511

120

57

1432

-

89

2084

158

58

1444

1791

103

1925

2387

33

1082

52

51

1353

1363

90

1804

81

30

1040

143

47

1300

1704

83

1733

2272

28

1001

47

43

1252

1298

77

1669

73

26

967

130

41

1209

1623

72

1612

2163

24

938

43

38

1172

1237

68

1563

66

23

913

118

36

1141

1547

64

1521

2062

22

892

37

35

1115

1155

61

1487

192.0

191.6

191.3

190.9

190.6

190.2

189.9

189.4

188.9

188.5

188.2

187.9

187.6

187.3

187.0

490

465

442

421

401

382

364

340

319

307

296

286

278

271

266

1404

1755

2340

1334

1668

2224

1268

1586

2114

1207

1508

2011

1148

1435

1914

1094

1368

1823

1044

1305

1739

975

1219

1625

915

1144

1525

880

1100

1467

849

1061

1415

821

1027

1369

798

997

1329

778

972

1296

762

952

1270

55

85

152

49

77

137

45

70

124

40

63

112

37

57

102

33

52

92

30

47

84

26

41

73

23

36

65

22

34

60

20

31

56

19

29

52

18

28

49

17

26

47

16

25

45

187.5

187.2

186.9

186.6

186.3

186.0

185.7

185.3

184.9

184.6

184.3

184.0

183.8

183.5

183.3

3VG21274

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

87

136

-

78

123

-

71

111

196

64

100

177

58

90

160

52

81

145

47

74

131

41

64

113

35

55

98

32

51

90

30

47

83

28

43

76

26

40

71

24

37

67

23

35

63

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP180BY1

59


60

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

720

683

648

614

582

552

524

484

449

427

407

389

373

358

345

100

2065

-

156

-

2582

90

1959

-

140

-

2449

81

1857

-

126

-

2322

73

1761

202

2935

114

65

1669

2201

102

181

2782

2087

59

1583

163

2638

92

53

1501

1979

83

147

2502

1877

45

71

1388

1735

125

39

1286

2314

61

108

2144

1608

35

1225

98

2041

55

32

1168

1531

50

89

1946

1460

29

1116

81

1860

46

27

1069

1395

42

74

1782

1336

25

1027

69

1712

39

23

990

1284

36

64

1238

1650

712

675

641

608

577

547

520

481

447

426

407

390

375

361

349

2040

2550

-

1936

2420

-

1837

2296

-

1743

2178

2904

1653

2067

2756

1569

1961

2615

1490

1860

2483

1380

1725

2300

1282

1602

2136

1222

1528

2037

1168

1460

1947

1118

1398

1864

1074

1342

1790

1034

1293

1724

1000

1250

1666

98

152

-

88

137

-

79

123

-

71

111

198

64

100

178

58

90

160

52

81

144

45

70

124

39

60

107

35

55

97

32

50

89

29

46

81

27

42

75

25

39

70

23

37

65

171.0

170.4

169.8

169.2

168.7

168.1

167.5

166.7

165.8

165.3

164.7

164.2

163.7

163.1

162.6

702

666

632

600

570

541

515

478

444

425

406

390

375

362

351

148 95

2514 2011

85

77

1813

1910

120

2266 -

214

3021

133

69

1721

-

108

2387

193

69

1711

2151

122

2282

2868

38

1274

63

59

1593

1634

106

2123

98

35

1217

174

54

1521

2043

96

2028

2723

32

1165

56

50

1456

1552

88

1941

88

29

1118

157

46

1397

1940

81

1863

2587

27

1075

51

42

1344

1475

75

1792

80

25

1038

142

40

1298

1844

70

1730

2459

24

1006

44

37

1257

1369

66

1676

179.5

178.9

178.4

177.8

177.3

176.8

176.2

175.4

174.7

174.1

173.6

173.1

172.6

172.1

171.6

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

163.1

162.5

161.9

161.3

160.7

160.1

159.5

158.6

157.7

157.1

156.5

155.9

155.4

154.8

154.2

690

656

623

592

562

534

508

472

441

421

404

388

374

362

352

1979

2474

-

1880

2350

-

1785

2232

2976

1696

2120

2826

1611

2014

2686

1532

1915

2553

1457

1821

2428

1354

1693

2257

1263

1579

2105

1208

1510

2014

1158

1448

1930

1113

1392

1856

1074

1342

1789

1039

1298

1731

1009

1261

1681

188.7

188.2

187.6

187.1

186.6

186.1

185.6

184.9

184.1

183.7

183.2

182.7

182.2

181.8

181.3

678

644

612

582

553

526

501

466

436

417

401

386

373

361

352

1944

2430

-

1847

2309

-

1755

2193

2925

1668

2084

2779

1585

1982

2642

1508

1885

2513

1436

1795

2393

1337

1671

2228

1249

1561

2081

1196

1495

1993

1149

1436

1914

1106

1382

1843

1068

1335

1781

1036

1295

1726

1008

1260

1680

89

138

-

80

125

-

72

113

200

65

102

181

59

92

164

53

83

148

48

75

134

42

65

116

37

57

101

34

52

93

31

48

86

29

45

80

27

42

74

25

39

70

24

37

66

198.5

198.0

197.5

197.1

196.6

196.1

195.7

195.0

194.3

193.9

193.4

193.0

192.5

192.1

191.7

665

632

600

571

543

517

492

459

429

412

396

382

370

359

350

1905

2382

-

1811

2263

3018

1721

2151

2868

1636

2045

2727

1556

1945

2593

1481

1851

2468

1411

1764

2352

1315

1644

2192

1231

1539

2051

1181

1476

1968

1135

1419

1892

1095

1369

1825

1060

1325

1767

1030

1287

1716

1004

1255

1674

85

133

-

77

120

213

69

108

193

63

98

174

57

89

158

51

80

143

47

73

130

41

63

113

36

56

99

33

51

91

30

47

84

28

44

78

26

41

73

25

39

69

24

37

66

209.0

208.6

208.1

207.7

207.2

206.8

206.4

205.7

205.1

204.7

204.3

203.9

203.5

203.1

202.7

650

618

587

558

531

506

482

450

422

405

390

377

366

356

348

204 115 74

2952 2214 1771

81

66

1684

1864

104

2104

-

184

2806

127

60

1601

-

94

2329

167

61

1614

2001

108

2151

2668

34

1210

54

54

1512

1523

95

2016

85

32

1162

151

49

1452

1904

88

1937

2539

29

1119

49

46

1399

1451

82

1865

77

27

1081

137

43

1351

1813

76

1802

2418

26

1048

45

40

1310

1383

72

1747

70

24

1020

124

38

1275

1729

68

1700

2305

23

997

39

36

1246

1291

65

1662

220.2

219.8

219.4

219.0

218.6

218.2

217.8

217.2

216.6

216.2

215.9

215.5

215.1

214.8

214.4

547

520

495

470

448

427

407

380

357

343

331

320

311

303

297

1569

1961

2615

1491

1864

2485

1418

1772

2363

1348

1686

2247

1283

1604

2139

1223

1529

2038

1166

1458

1944

1090

1362

1816

1023

1279

1705

984

1230

1639

949

1186

1581

918

1147

1530

891

1114

1486

869

1087

1449

851

1064

1419

58

90

160

52

81

145

47

74

131

43

67

118

39

60

107

35

55

97

32

50

89

28

44

77

25

38

68

23

35

63

21

33

59

20

31

55

19

29

52

18

28

49

17

27

47

215.0

214.7

214.3

214.0

213.7

213.3

213.0

212.5

212.0

211.7

211.4

211.1

210.8

210.5

210.2

3VG21275

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

92

143

-

83

129

-

75

117

207

67

105

187

61

95

169

55

86

153

50

78

138

43

67

119

37

58

104

34

53

95

31

49

87

29

45

81

27

42

75

25

40

70

24

37

66

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP200BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

796

755

716

679

644

610

579

535

496

472

450

430

412

396

382

122

2283

-

191

-

2853

110

2165

-

171

-

2706

99

2053

-

154

-

2566

89

1946

246

3244

139

80

1845

2433

125

221

3075

2307

72

1750

199

2916

112

65

1659

2187

101

179

2766

2074

55

86

1534

1918

153

47

1422

2557

74

131

2370

1777

43

1353

119

2256

67

39

1291

1692

61

108

2151

1613

36

1233

99

2056

56

33

1182

1542

51

91

1969

1477

30

1135

84

1892

47

28

1094

1419

44

78

1368

1824

787

746

708

672

637

605

574

532

494

471

450

431

414

399

385

2255

2818

-

2140

2675

-

2030

2538

-

1926

2408

3210

1827

2284

3046

1734

2168

2891

1647

2058

2745

1526

1907

2543

1417

1771

2361

1351

1689

2252

1291

1614

2151

1236

1545

2060

1187

1484

1978

1143

1429

1905

1105

1381

1841

119

186

-

107

167

-

97

151

-

87

136

241

78

122

217

70

110

196

64

99

176

55

85

151

47

73

131

43

67

119

39

61

108

36

56

99

33

52

92

31

48

85

29

45

79

193.0

192.3

191.6

191.0

190.3

189.7

189.0

188.1

187.2

186.5

185.9

185.3

184.7

184.1

183.5

775

736

699

663

630

598

569

528

491

469

449

431

415

400

388

2223

2779

-

2111

2638

-

2004

2504

-

1902

2378

3170

1806

2258

3010

1715

2144

2859

1630

2038

2717

1513

1891

2522

1408

1760

2347

1345

1681

2242

1287

1609

2146

1235

1544

2059

1189

1486

1981

1147

1434

1912

1112

1390

1853

116

181

-

104

163

-

94

147

-

85

132

235

76

119

212

69

108

191

62

97

173

54

84

149

46

73

129

42

66

118

39

61

108

36

56

99

33

52

92

31

48

86

29

45

80

202.6

202.0

201.3

200.7

200.1

199.5

198.9

198.0

197.1

196.5

196.0

195.4

194.8

194.3

193.7

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

184.1

183.4

182.7

182.0

181.3

180.6

180.0

178.9

177.9

177.3

176.6

176.0

175.3

174.7

174.1

763

725

688

654

621

591

562

522

487

466

447

429

414

400

389

2188

2735

-

2078

2597

-

1973

2467

3289

1874

2343

3124

1781

2226

2968

1693

2116

2822

1610

2013

2684

1497

1871

2495

1396

1745

2326

1335

1669

2225

1280

1600

2134

1231

1538

2051

1187

1483

1978

1148

1435

1913

1115

1393

1858

212.9

212.4

211.8

211.2

210.6

210.0

209.5

208.6

207.8

207.3

206.7

206.2

205.7

205.2

204.6

750

712

677

643

611

581

554

515

481

461

443

426

412

399

389

2149

2686

-

2041

2552

-

1939

2424

3232

1843

2304

3072

1752

2190

2920

1667

2083

2778

1587

1984

2645

1477

1847

2462

1380

1725

2300

1322

1652

2203

1269

1587

2116

1222

1528

2037

1181

1476

1968

1145

1431

108

169

-

98

152

-

88

138

245

80

124

221

72

112

200

65

102

181

59

92

164

51

80

142

45

70

124

41

64

114

38

59

105

35

55

97

33

51

91

31

48

85

29

1114 1908

45

81

1393

1857

224.0

223.5

223.0

222.4

221.9

221.3

220.8

220.0

219.3

218.8

218.3

217.8

217.3

216.8

216.3

735

698

663

631

600

571

544

507

475

455

438

422

409

397

387

2106

2633

-

2001

2502

-

1902

2377

3170

1808

2260

3014

1720

2150

2866

1637

2046

2728

1560

1949

2599

1454

1817

2423

1360

1700

2267

1305

1631

2175

1255

1569

2092

1210

1513

2017

1172

1464

1953

1138

1423

1897

1110

1387

1850

104

162

-

94

147

-

85

132

235

77

120

213

69

108

192

63

98

174

57

89

158

50

77

137

43

68

120

40

62

111

37

58

102

34

54

95

32

50

89

30

47

84

29

45

80

235.9

235.4

234.9

234.4

233.9

233.4

232.9

232.2

231.5

231.0

230.6

230.1

229.7

229.2

228.8

719

683

649

617

587

559

533

498

466

448

431

417

404

393

384

2060

2575

-

1958

2447

3263

1861

2326

3101

1770

2212

2949

1684

2105

2806

1603

2004

2672

1529

1911

2548

1427

1783

2378

1337

1671

2229

1284

1605

2140

1237

1546

2061

1195

1494

1992

1159

1448

1931

1128

1409

1879

1102

1378

1837

99

155

-

90

140

249

81

127

225

73

115

204

66

104

184

60

94

167

55

86

152

48

75

132

42

65

116

39

60

107

36

56

100

34

52

93

31

49

87

30

47

83

29

45

79

248.5

248.0

247.6

247.1

246.7

246.2

245.8

245.1

244.5

244.0

243.6

243.2

242.8

242.4

242.0

605

575

547

520

495

471

450

420

394

379

366

354

344

335

328

1734

2168

2890

1648

2060

2747

1567

1959

2612

1490

1863

2484

1419

1773

2364

1352

1689

2253

1289

1611

2149

1205

1506

2008

1131

1413

1884

1087

1359

1812

1048

1311

1747

1015

1268

1691

985

1232

1642

961

1201

1601

941

1176

1568

70

110

196

64

99

177

58

90

160

52

81

144

47

74

131

43

67

119

39

61

108

34

53

94

30

47

83

28

43

77

26

40

72

24

38

67

23

36

63

22

34

60

21

32

58

242.7

242.3

241.9

241.5

241.1

240.7

240.4

239.8

239.3

238.9

238.6

238.2

237.9

237.5

237.2

3VG21276

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

112

175

-

101

158

-

91

142

253

82

129

228

74

116

206

67

105

186

61

95

169

53

82

146

46

71

127

42

65

116

38

60

107

36

55

99

33

52

92

31

48

86

29

46

81

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP220BY1

61


62

Hz

50

OT

T1

41

43

872

827

784

744

705

668

634

586

543

517

493

471

451

434

418

166

2801

132

2500

-

206

-

3125

119

2371

-

185

-

2964

107

2248

-

167

-

2811

96

2132

266

3553

150

86

2021

2665

135

239

3368

2526

78

1916

215

3194

121

70

1817

2395

109

194

3029

2272

60

1680

93

51

1557

2101

80

142

2595

1946

46

1482

129

2471

73

42

1414

1853

66

117

2356

1767

39

1351

107

2251

60

35

1294

1689

55

98

2157

1618

33

1243

91

2072

51

30

1199

1554

47

84

1498

1998

861

817

776

736

698

663

629

583

541

516

493

472

453

437

422

2469

3087

-

2343

2929

-

2223

2779

-

2109

2637

3516

2001

2502

3336

1899

2374

3166

1804

2254

3006

1671

2089

2785

1552

1940

2586

1480

1850

2466

1414

1767

2356

1354

1692

2256

1300

1625

2167

1252

1565

2087

1210

1513

2017

129

201

-

116

181

-

104

163

-

94

147

261

85

132

235

76

119

212

69

107

114

59

921

164

51

79

141

46

72

128

42

66

117

39

61

107

36

56

99

33

52

92

31

48

86

215.0

214.2

213.5

212.8

212.0

211.3

210.6

209.5

208.5

207.8

207.1

206.4

205.7

205.1

204.4

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

205.1

204.3

203.5

202.8

202.0

201.2

200.5

199.3

198.2

197.5

196.7

196.0

195.3

194.6

193.9

3VG21277

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

Leaving hot water temperature

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP240BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

41

43

1011

959

909

862

817

775

735

680

630

600

572

546

523

503

485

75

2899

_

113

_

3623

68

2749

_

102

_

3437

61

2607

_

_

93

_

3259

999

948

899

2863

3579

_

2717

3396

_

2578

3222

3057

4076

2321

2901

3868

2202

2753

3671

73

110

_

66

100

_

60

91

_

55

82

141

50

75

128

45

68

116

41

62

105

36

54

91

31

47

79

29

43

73

27

40

67

25

37

62

23

34

57

22

32

54

20

30

50

242.7

241.8

241.0

240.1

239.3

238.6

237.7

236.5

235.3

234.5

233.8

233.0

232.2

231.5

230.7

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

231.5

230.6

229.7

853

809

768

2446

228.9

228.0

227.1

2091

2614

3485

56

1937

2422

3229

2472

729

676

84

226.3

225.0

144

54

2436

1799

2249

2998

3089

92

3247

628

4119

32

1805

223.7

51

47

2257

1716

2145

2859

2343

80

3009

598

76

29

1719

222.9

130

43

2148

1639

2049

2732

2929

73

2864

572

3905

27

1639

222.1

46

40

2049

1570

1962

2616

2222

67

2732

548

69

25

1566

221.3

118

37

1958

1507

1884

2512

2777

62

2610

526

3703

23

1500

220.5

42

34

1876

1452

1815

2419

2107

57

2501

506

63

21

1442

219.6

107

32

1802

1403

1754

2338

2634

53

2403

489

3512

20

1390

218.9

36

30

1737

1948

50

2316

3VG21278

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

Leaving hot water temperature

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP280BY1

63


64

Hz

50

OT

T1

41

43

1163

1103

1046

991

940

891

845

782

724

689

657

628

602

578

558

74

44

29

80

47

32

87

51

34

95

2876

2157

1726

3002

2251

1801

3141

2356

1885

3294

120

3734

97

3333

-

147

-

4167

88

3162

-

133

-

3952

79

2998

-

120

-

3747

72

2842

188

4737

109

65

2695

3553

99

169

4491

3368

59

2555

153

4258

89

54

2423

3194

81

139

4039

3029

47

2241

70

41

2076

2801

61

2595

104

27

1658

3460

40

2072

37

68

2763

1976

26

1598

56

38

1998

2471

64

2664

1149

1090

1034

981

931

883

839

777

722

688

658

630

605

582

563

3293

4116

-

3125

3906

-

2965

3706

-

2813

3516

4688

2669

3336

4448

2533

3166

4221

2405

3006

4008

2228

2785

3713

2069

2586

3448

1973

2466

3288

1885

2356

3142

1805

2256

3009

1733

2167

2889

1669

2087

2782

1613

2017

2689

95

144

-

86

130

-

78

118

-

71

107

184

64

97

166

58

88

151

53

80

137

46

69

118

40

61

103

37

55

94

34

51

87

32

47

80

29

44

74

28

41

69

26

39

65

286.6

285.6

284.6

283.7

282.7

281.7

280.8

279.4

278.0

277.0

276.1

275.2

274.3

273.4

272.5

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

273.5

272.4

271.4

270.3

269.3

268.3

267.3

265.8

264.3

263.3

262.3

261.4

260.4

259.5

258.5

3VG21279

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

Leaving hot water temperature

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP320BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

41

43

1289

1223

1159

1099

1042

988

937

867

803

764

729

697

667

641

618

119

4140

95

3696

_

148

_

4620

85

3505

_

133

_

4382

77

3324

_

120

_

4155

69

3151

191

5252

108

62

2987

3939

97

172

4979

3734

56

2833

154

4721

87

50

2687

3541

78

139

4478

3358

43

2484

67

37

2302

3105

57

102

3836

2877

33

2191

92

3652

52

30

2090

2739

47

84

3483

2612

28

1997

77

3328

43

25

1913

2496

40

70

3188

2391

23

1838

65

3064

37

22

1772

2298

34

60

2215

2953

1273

1208

1147

1088

1032

980

930

862

800

763

729

698

670

646

624

3650

4563

_

3464

4330

_

3287

4108

5478

3118

3898

5197

2959

3698

4931

2808

3510

4680

2666

3333

4443

2470

3087

4117

2294

2867

3823

2187

2734

3646

2090

2612

3483

2001

2502

3336

1922

2402

3202

1851

2314

3085

1789

2236

2981

92

144

_

83

130

_

75

117

208

67

105

187

61

95

168

55

85

152

49

77

137

42

66

117

37

57

101

33

52

92

30

47

84

28

43

77

26

40

71

24

37

66

22

35

62

298.2

297.2

296.1

295.1

294.1

293.1

292.1

290.6

289.2

288.2

287.3

286.3

285.4

284.5

283.5

1256

1192

1132

1074

1020

969

921

855

795

760

727

698

671

648

628

3599

4499

-

3417

4271

-

3244

4055

5406

3079

3849

5132

2924

3655

4873

2777

3472

4629

2640

3300

4400

2450

3062

4083

2280

2850

3800

2178

2722

3629

2084

2605

3474

2000

2500

3333

1924

2405

3207

1858

2322

3096

1800

2250

3000

90

140

-

81

126

-

73

114

202

66

103

182

59

93

165

54

84

148

48

75

134

42

65

116

36

56

100

33

51

91

30

47

84

28

43

77

26

40

71

24

37

66

23

35

62

313.0

312.1

311.1

310.1

309.2

308.3

307.3

305.9

304.6

303.7

302.8

301.9

301.0

300.2

299.3

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

284.5

283.4

282.3

281.3

280.2

279.1

278.1

276.5

275.0

273.9

272.9

271.9

270.9

269.9

269.0

1236

1173

1115

1059

1006

956

910

845

788

754

723

695

670

648

630

3542

4427

-

3364

4205

-

3195

3994

5325

3035

3793

5058

2883

3604

4806

2741

3426

4568

2607

3259

4346

2424

3030

4039

2260

2825

3767

2162

2702

3603

2073

2591

3455

1992

2491

3321

1921

2401

3202

1858

2323

3097

1805

2256

3008

329.0

328.1

327.2

326.3

325.4

324.6

323.7

322.4

321.1

320.3

319.5

318.6

317.8

317.0

316.2

1214

1153

1095

1041

990

941

896

834

779

747

717

690

667

647

629

3479

4349

-

3305

4131

-

3140

3925

5233

2984

3730

4973

2837

3546

4728

2699

3373

4498

2569

3211

4282

2392

2990

3986

2234

2793

3724

2140

2675

3567

2055

2569

3425

1979

2474

3299

1912

2390

3186

1853

2317

3089

1804

2255

3007

84

131

-

76

118

-

68

107

190

62

96

171

56

87

155

51

79

140

46

72

127

40

62

110

35

54

96

32

50

88

29

46

81

27

42

75

25

40

70

24

37

66

23

35

63

346.2

345.4

344.5

343.7

342.8

342.0

341.2

340.0

338.8

338.1

337.3

336.5

335.8

335.0

334.3

1189

1130

1074

1021

971

925

881

821

768

737

709

684

662

643

627

3410

4262

-

3240

4050

5400

3079

3849

5132

2927

3659

4879

2784

3481

4641

2650

3313

4417

2525

3156

4208

2354

2942

3923

2202

2753

3671

2113

2641

3521

2032

2540

3386

1960

2450

3266

1897

2371

3161

1842

2303

3071

1797

2246

2995

81

126

-

73

114

202

66

103

182

59

93

165

54

84

149

49

76

135

44

69

123

38

60

107

34

53

93

31

48

86

29

45

80

27

42

74

25

39

69

24

37

65

22

35

62

364.5

363.7

363.0

362.2

361.4

360.7

359.9

358.8

357.7

357.0

356.3

355.6

354.9

354.2

353.5

1163

1106

1051

999

951

906

863

806

755

725

699

675

654

637

622

3335

4169

-

3169

3962

5282

3013

3766

5021

2865

3581

4775

2726

3408

4543

2596

3245

4327

2475

3094

4125

2310

2887

3850

2165

2706

3608

2079

2599

3465

2003

2503

3338

1935

2418

3224

1876

2345

3126

1826

2282

3043

1784

2230

2974

77

120

-

70

109

193

63

98

175

57

89

158

52

81

143

47

73

130

43

66

118

37

58

103

33

51

90

30

47

83

28

43

77

26

41

72

24

38

68

23

36

64

22

35

61

384.0

383.3

382.6

381.8

381.1

380.4

379.8

378.7

377.7

377.1

376.4

375.8

375.2

374.5

373.9

979

931

885

842

801

763

728

680

639

614

592

573

556

543

531

2808

3510

4680

2669

3336

4448

2537

3171

4228

2413

3016

4022

2297

2871

3828

2188

2735

3647

2087

2609

3479

1950

2438

3250

1830

2288

3051

1760

2200

2934

1698

2122

2829

1643

2053

2738

1595

1994

2659

1556

1944

2593

1524

1904

2539

55

85

152

49

77

137

45

70

124

40

63

112

37

57

102

33

52

92

30

47

84

26

41

73

23

36

65

22

34

60

20

31

56

19

29

52

18

28

49

17

26

47

16

25

45

375.0

374.4

373.8

373.2

372.6

372.0

371.4

370.6

369.7

369.2

368.6

368.1

367.6

367.0

366.5

3VG21280

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

87

136

-

78

123

-

71

111

196

64

100

177

58

90

160

52

81

145

47

74

131

41

64

113

35

55

98

32

51

90

30

47

83

28

43

76

26

40

71

24

37

67

23

35

63

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

Leaving hot water temperature

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP360BY1

65


66

Hz

50

OT

T1

43

Leaving hot water temperature

1441

1367

1296

1229

1165

1104

1047

969

897

854

815

779

746

717

691

74

42

27

81

46

29

89

50

32

98

3564

2673

2138

3720

2790

2232

3893

2919

2336

4082

125

4627

100

4131

_

156

_

5163

90

3918

_

140

_

4897

81

3715

_

126

_

4644

73

3522

202

5870

114

65

3339

4402

102

181

5565

4174

59

3166

163

5276

92

53

3003

3957

83

147

5004

3753

45

2776

71

39

2573

3471

61

3216

108

25

2054

4288

39

2568

35

69

3424

2449

23

1980

55

36

2476

3061

64

3301

1423

1351

1281

1216

1154

1095

1039

963

894

853

815

780

749

722

697

4080

5100

_

3872

4840

_

3673

4592

_

3485

4356

5809

3307

4133

5511

3138

3923

5231

2980

3725

4966

2761

3451

4601

2564

3205

4273

2445

3056

4075

2336

2920

3893

2237

2796

3728

2148

2685

3580

2069

2586

3448

1999

2499

3332

97

152

_

88

137

_

79

123

_

71

111

198

64

100

178

58

90

160

52

81

144

45

70

124

39

60

107

35

55

97

32

50

89

29

46

81

27

42

75

25

39

70

23

37

65

342.2

341.0

339.8

338.6

337.5

336.3

335.2

333.5

331.8

330.7

329.6

328.6

327.5

326.4

325.4

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

326.5

325.2

324.0

322.7

321.5

320.3

319.1

317.3

315.5

314.3

313.2

312.0

310.9

309.7

308.6

3VG21281

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

41

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP400BY1

Main Data


Main Data

Hz

50

OT

T1

41

43

1593

1511

1432

1358

1287

1221

1158

1070

992

944

900

861

824

792

764

91

51

33

99

56

36

108

61

39

119

3939

2954

2363

4111

3084

2467

4302

3227

2581

4512

153

5115

122

4565

_

191

_

5707

110

4330

_

171

_

5413

99

4106

_

154

_

5132

89

3893

246

6488

139

80

3690

4866

125

221

6151

4613

72

3499

199

5832

112

65

3319

4374

101

179

5531

4148

55

3069

86

47

2843

3836

74

3554

131

30

2271

4739

47

2838

43

84

3784

2707

28

2189

67

44

2736

3384

78

3648

1573

1493

1416

1344

1275

1210

1149

1064

988

943

901

862

828

798

771

4509

5637

_

4279

5349

_

4060

5075

_

3852

4815

6420

3655

4569

6091

3469

4336

5781

3293

4117

5489

3051

3814

5085

2833

3542

4722

2702

3378

4504

2582

3227

4303

2472

3090

4120

2374

2967

3956

2286

2858

3810

2210

2762

3683

119

186

_

107

167

_

97

151

_

87

136

241

78

122

217

70

110

196

64

99

176

55

85

151

47

73

131

43

67

119

39

61

108

36

56

99

33

52

92

31

48

85

29

45

79

386.0

384.6

383.3

382.0

380.7

379.4

378.1

376.2

374.3

373.1

371.8

370.6

369.4

368.2

367.0

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

368.3

366.8

365.4

364.0

362.7

361.3

359.9

357.9

355.9

354.6

353.2

351.9

350.7

349.4

348.1

3VG21282

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

Leaving hot water temperature

EDS55-801 Capacity Tables

UWYP440BY1

67


68

Hz

50

OT

T1

41

43

1744

1654

1569

1487

1410

1337

1268

1172

1086

1034

986

942

903

868

836 92 52 33 99 56 36 107 61 39 117 66 42 128 72 46 141 79 51 164 92

4173

3130

2504

4333

3250

2600

4513

3385

2708

4713

3534

2828

4932

3699

2959

5172

3879

3103

5569

4177

91

51

33

98

55

35

107

60

39

117

66

42

129

73

46

142

80

51

166

93

4145

3109

2487

4314

3235

2588

4503

3377

2702

4712

3534

2827

4941

3706

2965

5190

3893

3114

5602

4201

261 147 94 -

7031

5274

4219

-

266

150

96

7106

5329

4263

-

206

132

-

5000

119

4743

6250

-

185

-

5928

107

85

4003

86

4042

4497

132

5004

135

5052

1723

1635

1551

1472

1396

-

-

4939

129

201

-

6173

116

4687

181

-

5859

104

4447

429.9

428.5

427.0

425.5

424.1

422.6

421.2

419.0

416.9

415.6

414.2

412.8

411.2

410.1

408.8

Symbols: OT: Outdoor temperature (˚C D.B) T1: Hot water temperature difference (inlet/outlet) (˚C) CAP: Heating capacity (kW) WF: Water flow rate (l/min) PD: Pressure drop (kPa) PI : Power input (Compressor + Fan) (kW)

410.2

408.6

407.1

405.5

404.0

163

235

6672

239

6736

5559

76

3799

78

3832

-

119

4749

121

4790

167

212

6332

215

6387

-

69

3607

70

3635

5621

107

4509

109

4543

1325

191

6012

194

6058

402.4

59

3342

60

1258

1166

1083

1032

986

945

907

3361

400.9

398.7

396.4

395.0

393.5

392.1

390.6

874

31

389.2

48

2420

30

2397

86

3025

4034

47

2997

844

84

3996

387.8

3VG21283

Notes)1. Figures in show nominal capacities and conditions. 2. Capasities are based on relative humidity of outdoor air 85% 3. If the operating condition is in forced-download area, values after download are indicated. Refer to operation limit for forced-download area.

CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI CAP WF PD PI

Leaving hot water temperature

Capacity Tables EDS55-801

UWYP480BY1

Main Data


EDS55-801

Operation Limits

10. Operation Limits Operating limit for heating

Outdoor temp.(˚C D.B.)

Outdoor temp.(˚C D.B.)

Operating limit for cooling

Operative range (Pull down Recommendperiod) able range for continuous operation.

Recommendable range for continuous operation.

Operative range (Not guaranteed Cap. range)

Leaving hot water temp.(˚C) Leaving chilled water temp.(˚C)

Note: 1. CONDITION : Standard chilled/hot water flow rate 2. : Standard condition 3. : Recommendable range for continuous operation 4. : Operating range for pull down period 5. The operation range from 15˚C to -5˚C outdoor ambient temperature is lower ambient temperature range. 6. In the case of wind blowing at a velocity of 10m/sec. when you use the unit in the ambient temperature of 5˚C or less, install an optional windbreaker plate. 7. : Forced-download in this area 8. Mimimum holding water quantity in a system ∗ The table below indicates the water quantity actually circulating in the chilled/hot water system. When the unit has a bypass circuit through a three-way valve or two-way valve, set the net waterquantity in the chilled/hot water system in the bypass circuit at the following value or more. A: If [Saving energy precedence](this has been set when the unit is shipped out from our factory)has been set to control the water temperature when 2˚C of thermostat differntial is selected. B: If [Accuracy precedence] has been set to control the water temperature when 2˚C of thermostat differntial is selected,and further if, on multi-unit systems of UWYP40 ~ 60BY1, the [Prohibition of simultaneous defrosting] function is set.(The [Prohibition of simultaneous defrosting] function is compatible through a dedicated remoto controller (BRC307D51)) • The minimum holding water quantity at 1˚C of thrmostat differential becomes double of the same 2˚C. ∗ The minimum amount of water contained within a system is a value for protection of equipment. When the amount of water contained is small, the accuracy of temperature may fluctuate by stop and start operations of the unit. In addition, if multiple number of units does not operate together at the same time when pattern [B] was been used for contained water, the water temperature may drop excessively during defrosting operation. 9. : When the unit is used at a low capacity (about 30% or less), the accuracy of temperature may be expanded to about 2 times of thermostat differential in this area.

Recommendable water flow rate (Per. unit) Water flow rate (L/min)

Water flow rate (L/min)

Model UWYP40BY1 UWYP50BY1 UWYP60BY1 UWYP80BY1 UWYP100BY1 UWYP120BY1 UWYP140BY1 UWYP160BY1 UWYP180BY1 Max. 680 860 1030 1350 1720 2030 2122 2408 2752 Min. 152 189 230 304 380 452 531 602 688 Rated 304 378 459 602 760 917 1061 1204 1376 Model UWYP200BY1 UWYP220BY1 UWYP240BY1 UWYP280BY1 UWYP320BY1 UWYP360BY1 UWYP400BY1 UWYP440BY1 UWYP480BY1 Max. 3038 3326 3612 2122×2 2408×2 2752×2 3038×2 3326×2 3612×2 Min. 760 832 903 531×2 602×2 688×2 760×2 832×2 903×2 Rated 1519 1663 1806 1061×2 1204×2 1376×2 1519×2 1663×2 1806×2

Minimum holding water quantity in a system (Per. unit) Model Water temperature control (Note 8) Minimum holding water quantity (L)

UWYP40BY1 UWYP50BY1 UWYP60BY1 UWYP80BY1 UWYP100BY1 UWYP120BY1 UWYP140BY1 UWYP160BY1 UWYP180BY1 A

800

1000

1200

1600

1000

1200

1600

1600

B

400

500

600

800

500

600

800

800

600

33

36

40

47

51

57

71

71

191

Holding water quantity (L)

1200

Model Water temperature control (Note 8) Minimum holding water quantity (L)

UWYP200BY1 UWYP220BY1 UWYP240BY1 UWYP280BY1 UWYP320BY1 UWYP360BY1 UWYP400BY1 UWYP440BY1 UWYP480BY1 A

1600

1600

B

800 198

Holding water quantity (L)

1600

1600×2

1600×2

1200×2

1600×2

1600×2

1600×2

800

800

800×2

800×2

600×2

800×2

800×2

800×2

219

240

71×2

71×2

191×2

198×2

219×2

240×2 3VG21162

Main Data

69


Center of Gravity

EDS55-801

11. Center of Gravity 3VG21177

UWYP40~480BY1

70

Main Data


EDS55-801

Sound Data

12. Sound Data UWYP40BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

NC-60

60

A

62

C

71

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 2dB(A) rather than the front.

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21145

UWYP50BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

64

C

73

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions.

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

125

2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 2dB(A) rather than the front. 250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21146

Main Data

71


Sound Data

EDS55-801

UWYP60BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

64

C

75

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions.

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 2dB(A) rather than the front.

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21147

UWYP80BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

NC-60

60

A

65

C

78

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions.

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

125

2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front. 250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21148

72

Main Data


EDS55-801

Sound Data

UWYP100BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

66

C

75

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front.

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21149

UWYP120BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

66

C

77

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

125

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front. 250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21150

Main Data

73


Sound Data

EDS55-801

UWYP140BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

68

C

80

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front.

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21151

UWYP160BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

69

C

81

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

125

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front. 250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21152

74

Main Data


EDS55-801

Sound Data

UWYP180BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

70

C

81

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front.

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21153

UWYP200BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

A

70

C

82

NC-60

60

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

125

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front. 250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21154

Main Data

75


Sound Data

EDS55-801

UWYP220BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

NC-60

60

A

70

C

83

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front.

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21155

UWYP240BY1 106

212

425

850

1700

3400

6800

80

Over All (dB)

Operating Conditions

NC-70

70

Scale

50Hz

Power Source 380V 50Hz Cooling Nominal Condition

NC-60

60

A

70

C

83

(B.G.N is already rectified) NC-50

50

Measuring Place

Location of Microphone

Anechoic chamer(converted value)

NC-40

1m

40

NC-30

1.5m

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level

dB(0dB=0.0002 Îźbar)

53

30

(Front)

NC-20

20

Approximate threshold hearing for continuous noise 63

125

Note: 1) Operation noise differs with operation and ambient conditions. 2) Since the side is air inlet, it becomes high 4dB(A) rather than the front. 250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz) 4VG21156

76

Main Data


EDS55-801

Bringing In

13. Bringing In When delivering the equipment, carry it in slowly using ropes/wires and proper outer panel protectors, as show in the figures below.

UWYP40BY1/UWYP50BY1/UWYP60BY1/UWYP80BY1 Nylon Sling 5m×4

UWYP100BY1/UWYP120BY1/UWYP140BY1/UWYP160BY1 Nylon Sling 5m×4

UWYP180BY1/UWYP200BY1/UWYP220BY1/UWYP240BY1

Nylon Sling 5m×4

Notes: 1. Lift the unit carefully as shown. 2. Use four nylon slings. The angel between two Nylon Slings is no more than 60°. 3. Protect with wooden piece or cloth at the point the sling and frame touch.

Main Data

77


Bringing In

78

EDS55-801

Main Data


EDS55-801

Part 3 Other 1. Water Quality ........................................................................................80 2. Control System Function and Operation ...............................................81 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7

Other

Names of Parts.......................................................................................81 Names and Function of Parts on the Control Panel ...............................85 Remote Wiring Work and Setting ...........................................................92 Operation Method of the Control Panel..................................................95 Functions of the Chiller...........................................................................97 Local Settings on the Control Panel .....................................................102 Multi-functional LCD Remote Controller (Option).................................108

79


Water Quality

EDS55-801

1. Water Quality The quality of chilled (hot) water when the chiller is running largely affects the chiller's performance and life. It is stherefore very important to check the quality of before using, and to monitor the quality of water after installing the chiller. Water quality standard value for water shall be as table. Substances contained water chilling unit condenser water are thickened because water is constantly evaporated in the cooling tower. Water quality of make-up water and circulating water should be checked separately with a certain amount of make-up water and blow, while maintaining circulating water standards. Water should be treated with chemicals as required. Water quality standards for chilled water, hot water, and make-up water

JRA GL-02-1994 Guideline of water Quality for Refrigerators and Air Conditioning Equipment

Make-up water

Passing water

Circulation Water (Max.20°C

Make-up water

Circulation Water (Over 20°C Max.60°C

Make-up water

Corrosion

Scale deposit

Tendency (2)

6.0~8.0

6.8~8.0

6.8~8.0

6.8~8.0

7.0~8.0

7.0~8.0

{

{

Electrical conductivity (ms/m)

<80

<30

<40

<40

<30

<30

<30

{

{

Chloride ions (mgcl-/L)

<200

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

{

Sulfate ions (mgSO42-/L)

<200

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

{

Acid consumption (pH4.8) (mgCaCO3/L)

<100

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

{

Total hardness (mgCaCO3/L)

<200

<70

<70

<70

<70

<70

<70

{

Calcium hardness (mgCaCO3/L)

<150

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

<50

{

Ionic-state sillca (mgSiO3/L)

<50

<30

<30

<30

<30

<30

<30

{

Iron (mgFe/L)

<1.0

<0.3

<1.0

<1.0

<0.3

<0.3

<0.3

{

Copper (mgCu/L)

<0.3

<0.1

<1.0

<1.0

<0.1

<0.1

<0.1

{

Shall not be detected

Shall not be detected

Shall not be detected

Shall not be detected

Shall not be detected

Shall not be detected

Shall not be detected

{

Ammonium ion (mgNH4+/L)

<1.0

<0.1

<1.0

<1.0

<0.1

<0.3

<0.1

{

Residual chlorine (mgcl-/L)

<0.3

<0.3

<0.3

<0.3

<0.3

<0.25

<0.3

{

Free carbon dioxide (mgCO2/L)

<4.0

<4.0

<4.0

<4.0

<4.0

<0.4

<4.0

{

6.0~7.0

-

-

-

-

-

-

{

pH (25°C)

Standard item

Hot water system

6.5~8.2

Item(1)(6)

Reference item

Chilled water system

Circulation water

Condenser water system (4) Pass-through Circulation system System

Sulfide ion (mgS2-/L)

Stability index

{

{

Note 1. The circle marks in the columns on the right indicate tendency for corrosion or scale to develop. 2. Corrosion has a tendency to occur when water temperature is high (40°C or higher), and ifmetals with no protective coating whatever are directly exposed to water, it would be a good idea to take effective measures against corrosion such as adding a corrosion inhibitor or deaeration treatment. 3. In a condenser water circuit that uses a closed cooling tower. condenser water and make-up water must satisfy its water quality standards for hot water system and passing water and makeup water must satisfy those for condenser water systems. 4. Supply or make-up water should be tap water (from city water) or water for industrial use. Pure water, neutral water or softened water should not be used. 5. The 15 items in the table above represent typical causes of corrosion and scale. 80

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2. Control System Function and Operation 2.1

Names of Parts

UWYP40BY1/UWYP50BY1/UWYP60BY1/UWYP80BY1 Fan

Chilled water inlet pipe Chilled water outlet pipe Power supply intake

Inspection hatch For carrying out maintenance of built-in strainer or compressor, dismantle it.

Control window

Switch box

Discharge pressure gauge / Compound gauge

Drain outlet pipe

Built-in water strainer Built i nsid e the chilled water inlet pipe i n the ma in bod y of th e chiller

UWYP100BY1/UWYP120BY1/UWYP140BY1/UWYP160BY1 No.1 Discharge pressure gauge / Compound gauge

Fan

uge

Chilled/Hot water inlet pipe(upper) Chilled/Hot water outlet pipe(lower) Inspec tion hatch (No.2) For carrying out maintenance of the compressor, dismantle it Power supply intake Control window Switch box

Other

Built-in water strainer Built inside the chilled water inlet pipe in the main body of the chiller

No.2 Discharge pressure gauge / Compound gauge

Drain outlet pipe

Inspection hatch ( No.1) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it.

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No.2 Discharge pressure gauge / Compound gauge

No.3 Discharge pressure gauge / Compound gauge Fan

Inspection hatch ( No.3) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it.

No.1 Discharge pressure gauge / Compound gauge

Inspection hatch ( No.1) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it.

Switch box (SUB) Control window (SUB) Power supply intake Switch box (MAIN)

Inspection hatch ( No.2) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it. Chilled/Hot water inlet pipe(upper) Chilled/Hot water outlet pipe(lower)

Drain outlet pipe Built-in water strainer Built inside the chilled water inlet pipe in the main body of the chiller

Control window (MAIN)

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UWYP280BY1/UWYP320BY1 1 Auxiliary unit

Matrix unit

Input power to two places   respectively Inspection hatch (No.2) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it. (Matrix unit and auxiliary unit is the same)

Power supply intake  Power supply intake  Switch box (Individually operation use)

Switch box (Integration and Individually operation)

Control window

Integration operaton use Matrix unit only

Control window

Individually operation use

Inside operation section

Matrix unit

Chiller is not included connecting water pipe. Please connect water pipe to   respectively.

Auxiliary unit

Chilled/Hot brine inlet pipe (upper)  Chilled/Hot brine outlet pipe (lower) 

Chilled/Hot brine inlet pipe (upper)  Chilled/Hot brine outlet pipe (lower) 

<This drawing only for reference>

Other

Inspection hatch (No.1) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it. (Matrix unit and auxiliary unit is the same) Built-in water strainer Built inside the chilled water inlet pipein the main body of the chiller. (Matrix unit and auxiliary unit is the same

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UWYP360BY1/UWYP400BY1/UWYP440BY1/UWYP480BY1

Auxiliary unit

Inspection hatch (No.2) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it. (Matrix unit and auxiliary unit is the same)

Matrix unit

Power supply intake  Input power to two places   respectively Control window

Power supply intake 

Auxiliary unit main switch box (Individually operation use)

Matrix unit main switch box (Integration and Individually operation)

Sub-switch box (Individually operation use)

Integration operation use Matrix unit only

Individually operation use

Individually operation use

Control window inside operation section Chiller is not included connecting water pipe. Please connect water pipe to  respectively.

Auxiliary unit

Matrix unit

Chilled/Hot brine inlet pipe(upper)  Chilled/Hot brine outlet pipe(lower) 

Inspection hatch (No.1) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it. (Matrix unit and auxiliary unit is the same)

Built-in water strainer Built inside the chilled water inlet pipe in the main body of the chiller.

Chilled/Hot brine inlet pipe (upper)  Chilled/Hot brine outlet pipe (lower) 

<This drawing only for reference>

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Inspection hatch (No.3) For carrying out maintenance the compressor, dismantle it. (Matrix unit and auxiliary unit is the same)

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Names and Function of Parts on the Control Panel

UWYP40BY1/UWYP50BY1/UWYP60BY1/UWYP80BY1

MULTI DISPLAY

LIST OF DISPLAY ITEMS

Indicators Error code Temperature setting in normal cooling (˚C) Termperature setting in heat-storage cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in normal heating (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage heating (˚C) Inlet water temperature (˚C) Outlet water temperature (˚C)

button

Indicators Outdoor temperature (˚C) Discharge pipe temperature (˚C) Refrigerant temperature on thermistor (˚C) Compressor load Fan mode Running time (min.) Running time for compressor (hour)

CANCEL button

button Water temperature control lamp (red)

ESC.

ENTER

ENTER button ALARM lamp (white)

POWER SUPPLY lamp (orange) WIDER LOAD HIGH COP

POWER

CONTROL

ALARM

Compressor operation lamp (red)

Fan operation lamp (red)

ON

Compressor stop lamp (green)

Fan stop lamp (green)

OFF

Remote operation lamp (red)

COMPRESSOR

FAN

OPERATION lamp (red)

Service operation lamp (orange) SERVICE button

SERVICE

Remote operation button Manual Defrost button

REMOTE

COOLING

ON

OPERATION button

COOLING

COOLING

STOP RESET button

HPS-TEST

FAN INTERLOCK TEST

OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST switch

OFF RESET

Manual Defrost

(heat pump only)

HEATING

COOLING / HEATING switch

OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST switch

(heat pump only)

LOCAL / REMOTE switch

Set to LOCAL to operate the unit from this control panel. Set to REMOTE to operate the unit from remote. Remote operation lamp light up during remote operation.

OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST switch

Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to HPS TEST to check whether the high pressure switch (high pressure protection) is functioning properly or not.

OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST

Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to FAN INTERLOCK TEST to check whether the fan interlock is working properly or not.

OPERATION button

Press to start operation.

STOP RESET button Manual Defrost button POWER SUPPLY lamp

Press to stop the unit or reset the unit when trouble occurs. Press to defrost manually (heat pump only). Lights when the power supply is turned on.

OPERATION lamp

Lights while the unit is running.

ALARM lamp

Lights up when a safety device on compressor circuit trips.

Other

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UWYP100BY1/UWYP120BY1/UWYP140BY1/UWYP160BY1

MULTI DISPLAY

LIST OF DISPLAY ITEMS

NO. NO. 1 2

Indicators Error code Temperature setting in normal cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in normal heating (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage heating (˚C) Inlet water temperature (˚C) Outlet water temperature (˚C)

button

NO. NO. 1 2

Indicators Outdoor temperature (˚C) Discharge pipe temperature (˚C) Refrigerant temperature on thermistor (˚C) Compressor load Fan mode Running time (min.) Running time for compressor (hour)

(All of the above indicators do not apply to every model.)

button Water temperature control lamp (red)

ENTER button

POWER SUPPLY lamp (orange)

No.1 ALARM lamp (white)

No.2 Compressor operation lamp

No.2 ALARM lamp (white)

No.1 Compressor operation lamp

No.1 Fan operation lamp

No.1 Compressor stop lamp No.2 Compressor stop lamp

No.2 Fan operation lamp No.2 Fan stop lamp

Remote operation lamp (red)

OPERATION lamp (red)

Service operation lamp (orange)

OPERATION button STOP RESET button

Inspection (SERVICE) button Manual Defrost

COOLING

OPERATION

OPERATION

Manual Defrost button (heat pump only)

NO.1 BOTH

HEATING

HPS-TEST

FAN INTERLOCK TEST

(heat pump only)

OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST switch SYSTEM CHANGOVER switch (NO1 / BOTH / NO2) COOLING / HEATING switch LOCAL / REMOTE switch

OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST switch OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST

OPERATION button

SYSTEM CHANGEOVER switch

NO.2

COOLING / HEATING switch

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CANCEL button

OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST switch

Normally, leave it set to the BOTH position. Switch between compressor circuit No.1 and compressor circuit No.2 when running units individually. (No.1 is on the left when seen from the switch box.) Set to COOLING to cool; Set to HEATING to heat. Set to LOCAL to operate the unit from this control panel. Set to REMOTE to operate the unit from remote. Remote operation lamp light up during remote operation. Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to HPS TEST to check whether the high pressure switch (high pressure protection) is functioning properly or not. Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to FAN INTERLOCK TEST to check whether the fan interlock is working properly or not. Press to start operation.

STOP RESET button Manual Defrost button POWER SUPPLY lamp OPERATION lamp

Press to stop the unit or reset the unit when trouble occurs. Press to defrost manually (heat pump only). Lights when the power supply is turned on.

No.1 ALARM lamp

Lights up when a safety device on compressor circuit No. 1 trips.

No.2 ALARM lamp

Lights up when a safety device on compressor circuit No. 2 trips.

Lights while the unit is running.

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UWYP180BY1/UWYP200BY1/UWYP220BY1/UWYP240BY1 „Main unit operation

MULTI DISPLAY

LIST OF DISPLAY ITEMS

NO. NO. 1 2

Indicators Error code Temperature setting in normal cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in normal heating (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage heating (˚C) Inlet water temperature (˚C) Outlet water temperature (˚C)

button

NO. NO. 1 2

Indicators Outdoor temperature (˚C) Discharge pipe temperature (˚C) Refrigerant temperature on thermistor (˚C) Compressor load Fan mode Running time (min.) Running time for compressor (hour)

(All of the above indicators do not apply to every model.)

button

CANCEL button

Water temperature control lamp (red) ESC.

ENTER button

ENTER

POWER SUPPLY lamp (orange)

No.1 ALARM lamp (white)

No.2 Compressor operation lamp No.1 Compressor operation lamp No.1 Compressor stop lamp No.2 Compressor stop lamp

POWER

WIDER LOAD HIGH COP

NO.1

CONTROL

No.2 ALARM lamp (white)

NO.2 ALARM

No.1 Fan operation lamp ON

No.2 Fan operation lamp

OFF COMPRESSOR NO.1

COMPRESSOR NO.2

FAN NO.1

FAN NO.2

REMOTE

· OFF·RESET

ON

OPERATION

NO.1

OPERATION lamp (red)

Remote operation lamp (red) Service operation lamp (orange) SERVICE

OPERATION button STOP RESET button

Inspection (SERVICE) button Manual Defrost button

Manual Defrost

COOLING

OPERATION

BOTH

(heat pump only)

HEATING

COOLING / HEATING switch

HPS-TEST

FAN INTERLOCK TEST

NO.2

(heat pump only)

OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST switch

SYSTEM CHANGOVER switch (NO1 / BOTH / NO2)

SYSTEM CHANGEOVER switch OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST switch

........... Normally, leave it set to the BOTH position.

Switch between compressor circuit No.1 and compressor circuit No.2 when running units individually. (No.1 is on the left when seen from the switch box.) ............ Set to COOLING to cool; Set to HEATING to heat. COOLING / HEATING switch ............... Set to LOCAL to operate the unit from this control panel. LOCAL / REMOTE switch Set to REMOTE to operate the unit from remote. Remote operation lamp light up during remote operation. OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST ..... Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to HPS TEST to check whether the high pressure switch (high switch pressure protection) is functioning properly or not.

OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST ....... Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to FAN INTERLOCK TEST to check whether the fan interlock is working properly or not. OPERATION button ..................... Press to start operation. STOP RESET button ................... Manual Defrost button .................... POWER SUPPLY lamp ................... OPERATION lamp ....................... No.1 ALARM lamp No.2 ALARM lamp

Other

Press to stop the unit or reset the unit when trouble occurs. Press to defrost manually (heat pump only). Lights when the power supply is turned on. Lights while the unit is running.

....................... Lights up when a safety device on compressor circuit No. 1 trips. ....................... Lights up when a safety device on compressor circuit No. 2 trips.

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„Main unit operation (SUB)

MULTI DISPLAY

LIST OF DISPLAY ITEMS

Indicators

Indicators Error code Temperature setting in normal cooling (˚C) Termperature setting in heat-storage cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in normal heating (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage heating (˚C) Inlet water temperature (˚C) Outlet water temperature (˚C)

button

Outdoor temperature (˚C) Discharge pipe temperature (˚C) Refrigerant temperature on thermistor (˚C) Compressor load Fan mode Running time (min.) Running time for compressor (hour)

CANCEL button

button Water temperature control lamp (red)

ESC.

ENTER

ENTER button ALARM lamp (white)

POWER SUPPLY lamp (orange) WIDER LOAD HIGH COP

POWER

CONTROL

Compressor operation lamp (red)

ALARM

Fan operation lamp (red)

ON

Compressor stop lamp (green) Remote operation lamp (red)

Fan stop lamp (green)

OFF COMPRESSOR

FAN

OPERATION lamp (red)

Service operation lamp (orange) SERVICE button Remote operation button Manual Defrost button

REMOTE

SERVICE

Manual Defrost

ON

OPERATION button

COOLING

OPERATION

OPERATION

STOP RESET button

HEATING

HPS-TEST

FAN INTERLOCK TEST

OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST switch

(heat pump only)

COOLING / HEATING switch

OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST switch

(heat pump only)

LOCAL / REMOTE switch

OFF RESET

................ Set to LOCAL to operate the unit from this control panel. Set to REMOTE to operate the unit from remote. Remote operation lamp light up during remote operation.

OPERATION / HIGH PRESSURE TEST ..... Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to HPS TEST switch to check whether the high pressure switch (high pressure protection) is functioning properly or not. OPERATION / FAN INTERLOCK TEST ....... Set to OPERATION for normal running. Set to FAN INTERLOCK TEST to check whether the fan interlock is working properly or not. OPERATION button ..................... Press to start operation. STOP RESET button .................. Press to stop the unit or reset the unit when trouble occurs. Manual Defrost button ..................... Press to defrost manually (heat pump only). POWER SUPPLY lamp ................... Lights when the power supply is turned on.

....................... Lights while the unit is running. ........................... Lights up when a safety device on compressor circuit

OPERATION lamp ALARM lamp

trips.

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UWYP280BY1/UWYP320BY1/UWYP360BY1/UWYP400BY1/UWYP440BY1/UWYP480BY1 Â&#x201E; Operation section of Matrix unit body Use chillers which have integration operation section as matrix units. You can operate normal operation and set water temperature and operation mode on it.

Integration operation section (Control Panel) Unitary type unit has one each. When integration operation, operate on here commonly, please.

Individually operation section Every switch box has. Operate it in order to find out details of the state of each unitsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; operation, when doing maintenance services. How to use Individually operation section refer to single type unit operation manual.

REF.

Note { This figure takes main switch box for an example. Details refer to single type operation manual. { The figure of integration operation section is state of opening the cover. { All items appear in the display in the figure of integration operation section.

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Â&#x201E; Synthetically Operation Section All items appear in the display to facilitate explanation. The display however differs for actual operation.

Display Section

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2.3

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Remote Wiring Work and Setting

UWYP40~UWYP240BY1 Operation Instruction „ Select instantaneous input or normally closed input for the Run/Stop input. Switching from the instantaneous input to the normally closed input or vice versa can be set on the site from the control panel. For more details, see 2.6 Local Settings on the Control Panel on page 102. „ Select the voltage input or non-voltage input for the Run/Stop input. These input methods have different wire connections. Connect the wires as shown below depending on which method is selected.

Connections for non-voltage input

Connections for voltage input

(3)

(3)

(4)

Input A Input B

Instantaneous Normally closed

(9)

(4) (5)

Input B

(6) (7) (8)

Cooling/heating input

DC 24V

Input A

(5)

(6) (7) (8)

Cooling/heating input

Input A Run signal (contactor ‘a’) ON for Run, OFF for Stop

CAUTI0N In case of the instantaneous input, signals may not be accepted until the power ON for 15 seconds. Make sure to wait minimum 15 seconds before attempting to input signals.

(9)

Input B Stop signal (contactor ‘a’)

Cooling/heating input ON for Heating,OFF for Cooling ON for Heating,OFF for Cooling

Note) 1. Use a micro-current contact for the remote input contact(min.load of 12VDC.10mA) 2. Make sure to take the voltage input from a power supply of 12 - 24 VDC only. Any other power supply could cause troubles. (The normal voltage input DC12~24V is no polarity.) 3. Ensure the proper power supply capacity. A voltage input needs a 10mA current for each contact. 4. For an instantaneous input, use an input with a minimum 200 msec of ON time.

Other Operation Instruction „ Connect wires according to the following table for such setting as the low noise operationg at nighttime, demand operation, forced fan operation, heat storage operation and remote temperature setting. Item Remote temperature setting Heat storage operation

Note 1)

Control terminal

Contact specification

(10)-(11)

Voltage contactor input

Heat storage operation contactor input

(24)-(25)

Selection of 2 temperatures setting/External thermostat

(26)-(27)

Thermostate input during external thermostat setting(0-100% operation) Note 1)

(28)-(29)

Low noise operation during night input Demand operation input Forced fan operation

Note 1)

(30)-(31)

Non-voltage contactor input

(32)-(33) (32)-(34)

Note 1)

Remote abnormal reset input

Note 1)

Note 1)

(35)-(36)

Note) 1. Only connect wires in the control box (MAIN) of UWYP180~240BY1. 2. Connect wires in the control boxes(both MAIN and SUB) when install 63WL,23WH,26WH

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CAUTION

N P F1 F2

Centralized remote controller

When using an optional remote controller, install the remote controller avoiding direct exposure to rain and winds, because it is not constructed as a waterproof device. *Optional remote controller:BRC307 UWYP180~240BY1: It is attached in the Control box (MAIN) as standard accessory. Please set [MAIN/SUB] when performing remote controller operation, refer to accessory manual about remote controller.

Pump Operation Output „ The magnetic switches for pump are field supplied parts, and are not attached to the chiller. When installing, be sure to provide an interlock circuit in accordance with the wiring diagram. „ Use the non-voltage contactors only for the pump interlock contactors. Connecting a voltage circuit could destroy the microcomputer printed circuit board. Regarding the wiring of remote control circuit „ Use 0.75~1.25mm2 sheathed vinyl cord and cable is not more than 500 m in length. „ Keep the transmission wires (voltage signal, non-voltage singal, remote controller signal, centralized remote controller signal, analog input [remote voltage temperature setting]) away from power supply wires to avoid malfunctions.

UWYP280~480BY1 „ Only give direction to the matrix units. Don't give the auxiliary units any direction. Note Input the power by the sequence that :matrix unit, then, auxiliary unit. If the sequence is wrong, the remote control operation will be unacceptable. Please input power with right sequence renewedly, when you mistake. „ The pump interlock only for the matrix units. According to the difference of setting, can input the matrix and auxiliary units individually. „ When installing optional remote controller or centralize controller, please prepare transition 500m wire or more, because there is already have connecting wire in inside. ∗The same to control wire between matrix unit and auxiliary unit (not belong to chillers). „ The controller which sell in addition can connect with 2 units with the integration operation section. ∗Please take the integration operation section apart,if you operate 2 UWYP280~480BY1 by using remote controller which sell in addition.

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UWYP280, 320BY1

Remote controller

Control line

Control line Switch box matrix unit

Switch box auxiliary unit

Total length of control wire about 500m

UWYP360, 400, 440, 480BY1

Remote controller 10m

10m Control line

Control line Control line

Switch box (main)

Switch box (sub) Control line

matrix unit

Switch box (main)

Switch box (sub)

auxiliary unit

Total length of control wire about 500m Â&#x201E; For avoiding mistaken operation, please don't put the power wire, signal wire and the wire which has high voltage with no-voltage, wire, controller wire, unit controller wire and the low voltage wire, please separate them. â&#x2C6;&#x2014; Please look the single unit manual about the item which don't mentioned here.

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Operation Method of the Control Panel Controller used on the unit is a multi function controller that features the following function: 1). Multi display function 2). Water temperature controls switching function and others.

MULTI DISPLAY LIST OF DISPLAY ITEMS Indicators Error code Temperature setting in normal cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage cooling (˚C) Temperature setting in normal heating (˚C) Temperature setting in heat-storage heating (˚C) Inlet water temperature (˚C) Outlet water temperature (˚C)

Indicators Outdoor temperature (˚C) Discharge pipe temperature (˚C) Refrigerant temperature on thermistor (˚C) Compressor load Fan mode Running time (min.) Running time for compressor (hour)

(All of the above indicators do not apply to every model.)

Previous · Next button 1.Change contents according the list of display items. 2.Change values of temperature.

CANCEL button Cancel operation or return the initial screen.

ENTER button Confirm settings.

OPERATION button Press to start operation.

SERVICE button Press to looking for the exception. (maintenance )

STOP · RESET button Remote operation button Set to LOCAL / REMOTE mode. Remote operation lamp (red) lights up if setting to REMOTE mode.

Manual Defrost

COOLING

OPERATION

OPERATION

HEATING

HPS-TEST

FAN INTERLOCK TEST

Press to stop or reset the unit.

UWYP40~160BY1

„How to set the temperature 1. On the initial screen, the value of temperature set for the currently selected operation mode is displayed. 2. Press the S or T button to display the water temperature to be set for the currently selected operation mode on the screen. 3. Press the [ENTER] button. (Indication on the display brinks.) 4. Using the S or T button, adjust the water setting temperature and press again the [ENTER] button to finalize the value. (Then the display returns to light up.) 5. Press the [ESC] button or wait for 3 minutes so that the display returns to the screen displayed the water temperature to be set for the currently selected operation mode.

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„How to operate the multi display „ Multi display displays normally the value of the water temperature set at the current operation mode (either one of multi display items  •  below).The display can be changed to see the current operation status by pressing the or button.

current display position „ If any error occurs, the display indicates the individual error display . If the error is reset, the screen returns to the normal display of the value of the water temperature set at the current operation mode (~): „ Three minutes later after pressing the or button, or if the [ESC] button is pushed, the display returns to show the current temperature setting value ( • ) or to display the individual error  if any error is occurring. Note) 1. In the case of No. 1 system unit (with one compressor), the No. 2 system unit is not displayed. 2. Temperatures indicated on the display are approximate values, which has the tolerance about ±3°C. 3. Before operating the multi display, the operator has to discharge the static electrical born. „ List of display items of the multi display note)∗cooling only type do not display

Individual code table

OL1 OL2

On

Inlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Outlet water temperature thermistor malfunction Plate heat exchanger over cooled Water over heat AXP malfunction Water interruption Electric heater overheat Ambient temperature thermistor malfunction Faulty reverse or open phase Control panel malfunction Transmission error between chiller and remote controllers Code for remote control temperature setting broken Transmission error between chiller and centralized remote controllers In case of malfunction the units continue operations with malfunction display, The malfunction display of is displayed only in case of field wiring.

OL1

On

No.1 Fan interlock malfunction No.1 Thermistor (refrigerant) malfunction No.1 Slide valve malfunction CN13 Jumper broken (EC2) No.1 Inverter malfunction No.1 High pressure malfunction No.1 Low pressure malfunction No.1 Compressor motor overheat No.1 Compressor overload No.1 Fan motor overload No.1 EV malfunction No.1 Discharge gas overheat No.1 Current transformer malfunction No.1 Discharge gas thermistor malfunction No.1 Thermistor (suction) malfunction No.1 High pressure sensor malfunction

NO.1 Low pressure sensor malfunction NO.1 Extended I/O malfunction NO.1 Thermistor (suction) malfunction (heating/front) NO.1 Thermistor (suction) malfunction (heating/rear)

OL2

On

NO.2 Compressor motor overheat NO.2 Compressor overload NO.2 Fan mater overload NO.2 High pressure malfunction NO.2 Low pressure malfunction NO.2 Low pressure sensor malfunction NO.2 High pressure sensor malfunction NO.2 Fan interlock malfunction No.2 Current transformer malfunction

NO.2 Thermistor (refrigeramt) malfunction NO.2 Discharge gas thermistor malfunction NO.2 Discharge gas overheat NO.2 EV malfunction NO.2 Thermistor (suction) malfunction NO.2 Slide valve malfunction CN16 Jumper broken (EC4) NO.2 Inverter malfunction NO.2 Heat exchanger thermistor (rear) malfunction

NO.2 Extended I/O malfunction NO.2 Thermistor (suction) malfunction (heating/front) NO.2 Thermistor (suction) malfunction (heating/rear)

∗ 1. Faulty high pressure (E3.73), Faulty reverse or open phase (U1), the chiller can not restart within 30 mins. 2. In case of following errors, the only Daikin authorized person can reset the situation. Please contact our regional agent. Compressor motor overload (E6.71), Compressor motor overheat (E5.70), abnormal discharge gas temperature (F3.88), every third time of Plate heat exchanger overcooled (89), and slide valve malfunction (93.94). 3. If press "OPERATION button", and the error Low pressure malfanction (E4.74) has occured before the compressor operate, it may be a lack of refrigerant. Please contact our regional agent.

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Control System Function and Operation

Functions of the Chiller 1. Selection of the control mode of water temperature With this unit, the range of operation capacity of the compressor to be used for controlling the water temperature can be selected. Please select any mode from the following control modes of water temperature suitable for your system. „ Accuracy precedence mode The operation capacity of a compressor can be used at a low capacity down to 40% or less. Therefore, ON-OFF cycles of the compressor when it is operated under low load can be minimized resulting in the improvement of the accuracy of water temperature, enabling a steady control of the water temperature in a wide range. „ Saving energy precedence mode The operation of the compressor at a capacity of 40% or less, which declines its operational efficiency, stops to secure its efficiency. Especially this is suitable for such system that does not require the control of water temperature with high accuracy under low load operation and for such system for general. 2. How to set the control mode of water temperature Carry out input operation of the control mode of water temperature from the control panel.For details of such operation, please refer to page 102 [local settings on the control panel]. „ Selection of differential The differential for controlling the water temperature can be selected within the following range by a setting from the control panel. Selectable differential 1 ˚C (set value ± ) 0.5 ˚C) 2 ˚C (set value ± ) 1.0 ˚C)

Two times of the minimum holding water quantity at [2˚C]. Set if the range of use can’t be maintained when ON/OFF happens frequently because of the shortage of holding water quantity, etc.

4 ˚C (set value ± ) 2.0 ˚C) 6 ˚C (set value ± ) 3.0 ˚C)

„ Regarding differential setting It is recommended to use at a setting of 2°C or more in case of a normal operation where specific accuracy of the water temperature is not required. If you want to use under a higher accuracy of the water temperature, please set at 1°C. But in the case of use at differential 1°C , please be careful that the minimum holding water quantity becomes two times of the same when it is set at 2°C. 3. Minimum holding water quantity in a system. The differential for controlling the water temperature can be selected within the following range by a setting from the control panel. 4. Temperature setting The water temperature of this unit can be set either from the control panel, remote controller or external analogue circuit. It is possible to select from the control panel to decide which setting method should be effective. „ In the case of setting from the control panel: Select the setting of chilled water temperature (displayed with symbol C) using or button on the control panel, and then press [ENTER] button. When the display starts blinking, set the water temperature using or buttons, and then press [ENTER] button again to complete the setting. „ In the case of setting from the remote controller or centralized controller Please refer to the instruction of remote controller and centralized controller. (supplementary section) „ In the case of setting from the external analogue input (DC4 ~ 20mA) Input DC4 ~ 20mA between the terminals (10) - (11). The range of temperature setting is as shown in the table below. During cooling

30˚C

60˚C

16˚C

45˚C

25˚C

4˚C 4

11.4

20

Remote temperature setting current (DC:mA)

Other

During heating

4

13.1

20

Remote temperature setting current (DC:mA)

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Tolerances of about ± several °C in the set temperature value is sometimes expected against the actual input of current value.When the temperature has been set from the external analogue input, please make a final check of the set temperature seeing the display on the main body control. 5. Range of temperature setting „ Temperature setting display range. Cooling 4 ~ 30°C (outlet water temperature setting range for 4 ~ 16°C ) Heating 25 ~ 60°C (outlet water temperature setting range for 35 ~ 55°C) „ Yardstick for making temperature setting. For general cooling, use the below settings. Chilled water setting

Hot water setting

7°C

45°C

Note: Set the temperature so that outlet water temperature, whichever selected for temperature control, stays within the set range. If the temperature is set too low or too high, the high pressure switch or the temperature switch (freeze protection) might trip. 6. Operation of the pump while the operation of the chiller has been stopped In order to prevent the unit from freezing during winter, the unit is equipped with a function to carry out an automatic operation output of the pump when the water temperature becomes lower than a specific temperature even while the chiller has been stopped (when the water temperature at the outlet of water heat exchanger in the chiller is lower than 3°C.) Do not fail to carry out wiring so that the pump may be operated in accordance with the pump operation output from the unit. 7. Low noise operation during night It is possible to use the unit by lowering the fan noise by stopping some of the fans when the ambient temperature is relatively low, for instance, during night. For details of setting, please refer to [local settings on the control panel]. „ By controlling the maximum load of the capacity of the compressor at 70%, the number of the fans to be operated is reduced to its half. When the ambient temperature rises and the high pressure increases during operation in this mode, all fans start rotating to prevent the pressure switch from actuating (protection for high pressure). „ When you perform a low noise operation during night, carry out a wiring of no-voltage normal contact-A input between the terminals Nos. (30) and (31) located in the switch box. When the contact input is ON, the mode becomes low noise operation during night. When it is OFF, the mode becomes normal operation. This function is made possible by external contact input and cannot be set from the remote controller or centralized controller. 8. Demand operation control A demand control by means of running current of the compressor is possible during remote operation of the unit. (Refer to NOTE) 1 and 2.)  By demand control, the capacity of the compressor is controlled in such a manner that the set current value becomes the upper limit. „ In the case of sending a demand operation instruction from the remote controller: Start the demand control by pressing the DEMAND CONTROL button on the remote controller. The demand operation control needs to set the local setting No. 7 to [0:remote controller].(Refer to [local settings on the control panel].) For detailed operation, please refer to [How to set demand control]. „ In the case of sending a demand operation instruction from the external contact input: Start the demand control by turning the contact input (no-voltage normal contact-A) between the terminals Nos. (32) and (33) ON. The demand operation control needs to set the local setting No. 7 to [0:remote controller].(Refer to [local settings on the control panel].) For detailed wiring, please refer to the [Electrical wiring diagram].  Setting of the current for demand control: Carry out the input operation of the current for controlling the demand from the control panel. (Refer to NOTE) 1 and 2.) For detailed operation, please refer to [local settings on the control panel].  If you want the thermostat to be OFF (to stop the compressor and fan) while inputting the instruction for demand operation, input the set value of the current for demand control as 0A.(This has been set at 0A when the unit was shipped out from our factory.) Under above setting, if you try to input the instruction for a demand operation during thermostat ON (during the operation of the compressor and fan), the thermostat turns OFF.When you have input an instruction for a demand operation while the thermostat is OFF and the chiller is stopping, the thermostat does not turn ON 98

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until such input is released. Note) 1. The current value to be used for a demand operation is the operation current of the compressor only. Such current for the fan motor, etc. is added to the actual operation current of the chiller, to which please pay your attention. (The fan current will be about 10% of the rated current.) At the same time, please be careful that a tolerance of about ±10% is expected in the current control value of this unit. 2. The lower limit of the current to control the demand is about 70% of the rated current in order to secure the minimum capacity operation of the chiller. When you have set lower than the above, the thermostat sometimes turns OFF (to stop the compressor and fan) during a demand control operation. 9. Thermal storage operation The unit has a feature to switch between thermal storage operation and normal operation according to the external instruction in addition to such function as carrying out a normal operation during daytime and storage operation during night. For thermal storage operation, it is possible to select, when an instruction of thermal storage has been input, either "2 temperatures setting" for changing the water temperature setting or [External thermostat operation] for 0-100% operation by contact input by means of the signal sent from the external thermostat, etc. of the thermal storage tank. At the same time, operation to continue - to stop the pump under 0% operation can be selected by a setting from the control panel during [0-100% operation].  Changeover between thermal storage operation and normal operation: For changeover and input to the thermal storage operation, it is possible to select either [External contactor] or [Remote controller] to use. For details, please refer to [local settings on the control panel]. „ In the case of carrying out from external contactor: Connect the wiring no-voltage normal contat-A between the terminals Nos. (24) and (25) located in the switch box of the main body. Thermal storage operation is carried out when the contact input is ON, and the normal operation when it is OFF. „ In the case of carrying out from remote controller: Select thermal storage cooling or thermal storage heating using the OPERATION MODE SWITCHING button on the remote controller.  Selection of 2 temperatures setting/external thermostat (0-100% operation): Connect the wiring of no-voltage normal contact-A between the terminals Nos. (26) - (27) located in the switch box of the main body. [0-100% operation] is carried out when the contact input is ON, [2 temperatures setting] operation when it is OFF.  Temperature setting when 2 temperatures have been set: You can select the temperature setting either from [Remote controller] or [Control panel] by means of a setting from the control panel. For details, please refer to [local settings on the control panel]. „ Temperature setting from remote controller: Select the display of [Setting of the water temperature for thermal storage] using OPERATION MODE SWITCH button, and then set the water temperature using or buttons. „ Temperature setting from control panel: Select the display of [Setting of the water temperature for thermal storage (display of a symbol C) using or buttons and then press [ENTER] button. When the displayed contents start blinking, set the water temperature using or buttons and then press [ENTER] button again to complete the setting. Note) For 2 temperatures setting, temperature setting from [Centralized remote controller] or by [External analogue input] is not possible. When you use [Centralized remoter controller], install a remote controller at the same time or carry out the setting of thermal storage water temperature from the [Control panel]. When you use [External analogue input], change the temperature setting from the external input to use the unit.  Input of the external thermostat (0-100% operation): Connect the wiring of no-voltage normal a-contact between the terminals Nos. (28) and (29) located in the switch box of main body. The unit becomes [100% operation (full load operation)] when the contact input is ON, and [0% (thermostat stops) operation] when it is OFF. The water temperature of the chiller will not be controlled during 100% operation in this mode. Be careful that a forced thermostat OFF or protection device may be actuated in order to prevent the unit from freezing when the temperature of outlet water becomes extremely too low.  Selection of working condition of the pump under external thermostat operation (0-100%): By a setting from the control panel, either of the following working conditions of the pump when Other

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the thermal storage has been completed (0% instruction) can be selected for use. For detailed setting, please refer to [local settings on the control panel]. „ Linkage to ON-OFF: The pump continues its operation even when 0% instruction (thermostat OFF) has been given. If you want to stop the pump, please input a stop instruction to the chiller. „ Linkage to thermostat: After 0% instruction (thermostat OFF) is given, the pump stops its operation in 5 minutes. When this mode has been selected, the pump does not start its operation even if a 100% operation instruction is input again after the pump stopped its operation. If you want to restart the pump, return to the normal operation from thermal storage operation first, and after changing to the mode of thermal storage operation again, then input a 100% operation instruction. (If a 100% operation instruction is input again in 5 minutes after a 0% operation instruction has been given, the pump continues its operation.) 10.Resetting of remote abnormal status If any abnormal matter happens with the unit, it is possible to select by inputting a stop instruction to either reset the abnormal status (emergency stop, display of abnormal codes or remote abnormal output) or continue it. For detailed selection, please refer to [local settings on the control panel]. 11.Operation of fan It is possible to operate the fan independently by sending an external instruction in order to remove the snow accumulated on the fan during snowfall. For forced operation of the fan, following methods of input of operation is selectable by a setting from the control panel. For detailed selection, please refer to [local settings on the control panel]. „ In the case of using external contactor: Connect the wiring of no-voltage normal contact-A input between the terminals Nos. (32) through (34) located in the switch box of main body. Forced fan operation starts when the contact input is ON while the chiller has been stopped, and stops when it is OFF. „ In the case of using a remote controller: If you press FORCED FAN ON button while the chiller has been stopped, you can start a forced fan operation. If you press FORCED FAN ON button again during forced fan ON operation, you can stop it. If an instruction to operate the chiller is given during a forced fan operation, the forced fan operation will stop and return to normal chiller operation. 12.Automatic restarting when a power failure has been recovered When [Instantaneous contact input] is used during remote operation or when operation instructions are being sent from a remote controller or centralized remote controller, it is possible to select, through a setting from the control panel, either to stop the operation of the chiller after a power failure has been recovered or to return automatically to the status before the power failure. (The unit has been set to stop when a power failure is recovered on shipment from our factory.) For detailed selection, please refer to [local settings on the control panel]. 13.About defrosting operation „ Defrosting operation is required during heating operation. This is to remove the frost accumulating on the cross fin coil. Defrosting operation is carried out automatically by constantly detecting the frost after certain prohibited time for operation has passed. The prohibited time has been set as follows: 30 minutes „ Set to shorten the defrosting interval when snowing or sleeting without snow insulating hood equipped. (Return to the original setting when snow season is over.) Defrosting shortening interval 10 minutes • In case of a external contactor: When shortened defrost interval input (constantly a) has been entered between the terminal Nos. (18) and (19), the operation becomes defrosting shortening regardless of Start/Stop. • In case of a remote controller: If you press the defrost interval button only during operation, the operation becomes as defrosting interval shortening mode. For the method to select external contactor/remote controller setting and the terminal numbers, please refer to the section of [remote wiring work]. „ In case of operation while snowing heavily, run the manual defrosting operation from time to time. 100

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This is to prevent the operation from stopping by the activation of safety device that detects the heavy frost accumulated on the cross fin coil until the time of starting the defrosting operation. Â&#x201E; Time required until warming up It needs some time until warming up after starting heating operation because of the type of hot water circuit system.

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Local Settings on the Control Panel Set remote switch by control box, Please set as below before running. It is necessary to connect wires in the control box (SUB) of UWYP180~240BY1 as well. 1. Turn the power ON and keep pushing the and buttons simultaneously for more than 5 seconds to enter in the local setting mode. 2. Select a setting number corresponding to a ENTER ESC desired local setting mode using the or button and finalize by pressing the [ENTER] No.1 No.2 WIDER LOAD HIGH COP POWER CONTROL ALARM button. ON Indication on the display flickers. OFF To cancel a setting, press the [ESC] button. COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR FAN FAN No.1 No.2 No.1 No.2 3. Select a setting value using the or button and finalized with the [ENTER] button. OFF RESET ON SERVICE REMOTE 4. Press the [ESC] button to return to the normal display. Control panel

Local setting items list:

Setting No.

Adjustable Range 19**~20**

Change Unit 1

Default Value Setting made on shipment of the unit

Unit Year

1

Year setting

2

Month/date setting

Month:1~12,date:1~31

1

1st Jan

Month/date

3

Time(hr,min) setting

Hour:00~23,min:00~59

1

00:00

Hour/min

4

Instantaneous/normally closed switch for remote Run/Stop contactor input

0:Normally closed / 1:Instantaneous

0,1

0:normally closed

5

Temperature setting input switch

0:Remote control centralized,1:External analogue input,2:Control panel

0,1,2

2:Control panel

6

Normal/Heat storage setting input switch

0:Remote controller,1:External contactor

0,1

1:External contactor

7

Demand input switch

0:Remote controller,1:External contactor

0,1

1:External contactor

8

Low noise setting input during night switch

0:Remote controller,1:External contactor

0,1

1:External contactor

9

Forced fan ON input switch

0:Remote controller,1:External contactor

0,1

0:Remote controller

10

Shortened defrost interval switch

0:Remote controller,1:External contactor

0,1

1:External contactor

11

Demand current method setting

0: Current value, 1: Capaity value

0,1

0:Current value

12

Pump operation setting under rotation control

0:Linkage(1:1),1:Alone(1:N)

0,1

0:Linkage

13

Rotation control/Simultaneous control under remote group control 0:Simultaneous control,1:Rotation control

0,1

0:Simltaneous control

14

Pump operation setting with thermal storage thermostat OFF

0:RUN/STOP linkage,1:Thermostat linkage 0,1

0:RUN/STOP linkage

Outlet control mode switch

0:Accuracy precedence mode, 1:Saving energy precedence mode

0,1

1:Saving energy precedence mode

16

Thermostate differential switch

1:1˚C,2:2˚C,4:4˚C,6:6˚C

Scroll

2:2˚C

17

Setting for automatic start after power failure

0:No setting,1:set

0,1

0:No setting

18

Remote reset input

0:Invalid,1:Valid

0,1

0:Invalid

19

Centralized address setting

1-00~8-15

1

...(Not yet set)

20

Remote controller connection Yes/No setting

0:None,1:Provided

0,1

15

21

102

Local setting Item

Inlet thermistor automatic correction

0:None Present water temperature is displayed

Normal/Correction implementation

22

Demand control value setting

0~600A / 0~100%

23

Setting of supply voltage

200:200V,380:380V,400:400V,415:415V,440:440V Scroll

24

Setting of acceptance of external demand input during local operation 0:Invalid, 1:Valid

0,1

0:Invalid

25

Command from a solenoid valve to start the pump down operation 0:Invalid, 1:Valid

0,1

0:Invalid

29

Setting of i-manager separate connection

0:Invalid,1:Valid

0-1

0:Invalid

1A / 5%

0A Setting made for each type on shipment from our factory

LA

Rotation control of remote controller setting

0:Outlet control,1:Inlet control

0-1

1:Inlet control

Lb

Delay of setting water temperature controlled by remote controller

1:1˚C,2:2˚C,4:4˚C

1,2,4

2:2˚C

Ld

Water circulating pump input/output switch

0:Transmit,1:External contactor

0-1

Refer to following statement

LE

External thermostat (0~100 operation)

0:Transmit,1:External contactor

0-1

Refer to following statement

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Note) 1. “Centralized” in the table means the centralized controller. 2. Setting Nos. 12, 13 and 20 for local setting mode can be set when an optional remote controller (BRC307D) is installed. 3. Setting No. 18 for the local setting mode can be set when the unit is connected to the centralized control devices instead of the remote controller. For further details, consult your dealer. 4. Do not perform any operation of the setting No. 26 and onward, otherwise a normal operation may not be expected. Details of local setting items Setting No. 1 2 3

Local Setting Item Year setting Month/Date setting Time (hr,min) setting

Adjustable Range 19**~20** month:1~12 date:1~31 hour :00~23 min:00~59

Change Unit 1 1 1

Default Value

Unit

Year Setting made on Month/date shipment of the unit Hour/min

„ The unit has a feature to memorize the times when errors or alarms have occurred. In order to let this function work without any problem, please make sure that correct date and time have been set. Setting No. 4

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Instantaneous / normally closed switch 0: Normally closed/ 1: Instantaneous for remote Run/Stop contactor input

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0-1

0: Normally closed

-

„ You can select the normally closed or instaneous mode according to the remote input. For details of remote RUN/STOP contactor input, please reter to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92. Setting No. 5

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

Temperature setting input switch

0: Remote / Centralized control 1: External DC4~20mA 2: Control panel (Local)

0-1-2

2: Control panel

-

„ Setting to control the water temperature can be set with which of the remote control/centralized controller (optional),external analog (DC4~20mA) or control panel.For details of setting the water temperature, please refer to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92 and also to the attached electrical wiring diagram.) Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

6

Normal / heat storage setting input switch

0: Remote controller 1: External contactor

0-1

1:External contactor

-

„ It can be set from which of the remote controller or the external contactor, to transmit the heat storage operation command. For details of thermal storage operation, please refer to 2.5 Functions of the Chiller on page 97. (For details of wiring, please refer to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92 and also to the attached electrical wiring diagram.) Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

7

Demand input switch

0: Remote controller 1: External contactor

0-1

1:External contactor

-

„ You can select either from the remote controller or external contactor for giving the instruction of demand operation. For details of demand operation, please refer to 2.5 Functions of the Chiller on page 97. (For details of wiring, please refer to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92 and also to the attached electrical wiring diagram) Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

8

Low noise setting input during night switch

0: Remote controller 1: External contactor

0-1

1:External contactor

-

„ For sending an instruction of low noise operation during night, you can do it either from the remote controller or external contactor. For details of low noise operation during night, please refer to 2.5 Functions of the Chiller on page 97. (For details of wiring, please refer to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92 and also to the attached electrical wiring diagram)

Other

Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

9

Forced fan ON input switch

0: Remote controller 1: External contactor

0-1

0:Remote controller

-

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„ For sending an instruction of forced fan operation. You can do it either from the remote controller or external contactor .For details of forced fan operation, please refer to 2.5 Functions of the Chiller on page 97. (For details of wiring, please refer to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92 and also to the attached electrical wiring diagram.) Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

10

Shortened defrost interval switch

0: Remote controller 1: External contactor

0-1

1:External contactor

-

„ You can select either from the remote controller or external contactor to carry out shortened defrost interval directive. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

11

Demand method setting

0:Current value, 1:Capacity value

0,1

0:Current value

-

„ You can select the method of demand operation to be carried out either by operation current of the compressor or by specifying the capacity of the compressor. For details of demand operation, please refer to the [Function of the chiller]. Setting No. 12

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Pump operation setting under rotation control

0: pump operation interlocked with thermostat 1: All pumps operating

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0-1

0:Pump operating interlocked with thermostat

-

„ When [Rotation] has been selected in the local setting mode No. 12 under group controlling after connecting the remote controller (optional), please select a suitable pump operation for your system No. 12. 0: Pump operating interlocked with thermostat During the plural units controlled, on the units only of which thermostats are turned on perform pump operation output. In such occasion, the plural units control function judges the number of units by the run or stop based on the average outlet water temperature on all units. When the thermostats of all units are OFF, the control continues the pump operation of the master unit (makes a rotation by automatic determination or operation/stop) based on the outlet water temperature of that unit. 1: All pumps operating In the case of controlling operations of more than one unit, the perform pump operation output all units regardless whether the thermostat is turned on or off on each unit. In such occasion, the plural units control function judges the number of units by the run or stop based on the average outlet water temperature on all units. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

13

Rotation control/Simultaneous control under remote group control

0: Simultaneous control, 1: Rotation control

0-1

0: Simultaneous control

-

„ Select the following when the group control a control of plural number of units is performed with the remote controller connected. • Simultaneous control: Operation command is given to all units while the remote controllers plural units control. (In this case, each unit is controlled with its own thermostat.) • Rotation control: Units are operated in rotation in accordance with the frequency of operation and stopped in order to average the operation times on all units. In this case, the rotation proceeds in the order of the Master unitiSlave unit 1 iSlave unit 2 . . . After operating a unit for 1.5 minutes at the 100% capacity, if the average of outlet water temperature on the unit becomes or 2°C higher (during cooling) than the preset water temperature, next unit is switched to start. Only the unit started in the end is operated with the capacity control and its operation is controlled with the thermostat on the unit. [Example: Master unit (100%) − Slave unit 1 (100%) − Slave unit 2 (40%) . . . Under capacity control] Note) 1. The master unit is always operated except when the load is 0. The control alters the master unit by switching ON-OFF. Therefore, when the master unit has been operated for long hours without switching ON-OFF, the operation hours of the master unit may not be balanced sufficiently. 2. In the case of performing a rotation control, set the setting No. 11 [Setting of pump operation during rotation control] as well. 104

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Setting No.

Local Setting Item

14

Pump operation setting with thermal storage thermostat OFF

Adjustable Range 0: Pump stop 1: Continued pump operation

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0-1

0: Pump stop

-

„ You can select the pump status when the thermal storage has been completed in the case of performing external thermostat (0 - 100% operation) during the thermal storage operation. For details of thermal storage operation, please refer to 2.5 Functions of the Chiller on page 97. (For details of wiring, please refer to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92 and also to the attached electrical wiring diagram.) Setting No. 15

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

Outlet control mode switch

0: Accuracy precedence mode 1: Saving energy precedence mode

0-1

1: Saving energy precedence mode

-

„ You can select either [Accuracy precedence], by which the capacity control range of the compressor for the water temperature control can be minimized and the accuracy of water temperature can be improved during an operation under low load, or [Saving energy precedence], by which the minimum capacity of the water usage is kept at around 40% level and no operation is performed in any range where the efficiency declines. For details of the water temperature control mode, please refer to 2.5 Functions of the Chiller on page 97. Note) When [Saving energy precedence mode] has been selected, the minimum water holding quantity becomes double of that of the normal mode, to which please pay your attention. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

16

Thermostat differential switch

1:1°C,2:2°C,4:4°C,6:6°C

1,2,4,6

2:2°C

°C

„ You can select a differential suitable for the purpose of your system. We recommend to use at [2°C] for the general system as air conditioning, etc. , or if anyspecific accuracy of the water temperature is not required. Especially, if you want to keep the unevenness of the water temperature to its minimum, set at [1°C]. Please be careful that the minimum water holding quantity becomes double when the differential is used at [1°C]. For details of setting of thermostat differential, please refer to 2.5 Functions of the Chiller on page 97. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

17

Setting for automatic restarting after power failure

0: No setting, 1: Set

0-1

0: No setting

-

„ You can select either stop or restart on the operation panel when power recovery. This function is limited to remote control mode, the unit always at stop status when it is in local control mode. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

18

Remote reset input

0: Invalid, 1: Valid

0-1

0: Invalid

-

„ If a stop instruction is sent after any abnormal matter has occurred, the unit has a function to reset the abnormal status (emergency stop, display of abnormal code or remote abnormal output). If [1:Valid] is set at setting No. 17 when a remote operation is being done according to the contact instruction, it is possible to display the abnormal code of the chiller main body or not to reset the abnormal output even when a stop instruction has been sent after the occurrence of the abnormal matter. In this case you can actuate abnormal reset by turning the contact input (no-voltage instantaneous contact-A) between the terminal Nos. (35) and (36) ON. (For details of wiring, please refer to 2.3 Remote Wiring Work and Setting on page 92 and also to the attached electrical wiring diagram.) Note) This setting is valid only when a remote contact instruction has been sent. Any stop instruction sent from the remote controller or centralized controller becomes abnormal reset even if [1:Valid] has been set. Setting No. 19

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Local Setting Item Centralized address setting

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

1-00~8-15

1

-

-

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„ Set the following when the centralized control equipments are connected such as the centralized controller, etc (Example: Four units of equipment are connected 1-00, 1-01, 1-02, 1-03) Setting No. 20

Local Setting Item Remote controller connection Yes/No setting

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0: No, 1: Yes

0-1

0: No

-

„ It must be set at ‘1: Yes‘ when connecting a remote controller is contnected. Setting No. 21

Local Setting Item Inlet thermistor automatic correction

Adjustable Range -

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

-

Display the water temperature at the outlet

-

„ Temperature. During the use of the unit or on operation after stopping for a long time, the value read by each water temperature sensor located at the outlet and inlet may sometimes not correct. In order for the unit to operate accurately, please make a periodic correction to the water temperature sensors. For correction, press [ENTER] button at this setting No. 21 in such a manner that there is no difference found between the water temperatures at the outlet and inlet after operating the pump only for several minutes while keeping the operation of the compressor under stop status (a status of the thermostat OFF). When [ENTER] button has been pressed, the displayed value starts blinking. Then, press [ENTER] button again to complete the correction. Setting No. 22

Local Setting Item Demand control value setting

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0~600A / 0~100%

1A / 5%

0A

A/%

„ You can select the set value for performing demand operation. (Selection of command by either current or capacity is done at No.11) If you wish to turn OFF the thermostat (state of a pause of compressor and fan) during demand operation, please select either 0A or 0%. In case of a demand by current, the thermostat may become OFF state depending on the set value. For details of demand operation, please refer to the [Function the chiller] Note) 1. For details of wiring, please refer to [Remote control wiring work] on page 92 and also the attacted wiring diagram. Setting No. 23

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

Setting of supply voltage

200:200V, 380:380V, 400:400V, 415:415V, 440:440V

Scroll

415:415V

V

„ Please make sure that the power frequency of the unit you purchased and you are going to use is corresponding to the above setting. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

24

Setting of acceptance of external demand input during local operation

0:Invalid,1:Valid

0,1

0:Invalid

-

„ Please make sure that the power voltage of the unit you purchased and you are going to use is corresponding to the above setting. Especially when you are using a unit of overseas voltage specification, be careful that the voltage has been set at 400V on shipment of the unit from our factory. Note) 1. Motors, etc. designated for each 200V and 380~440V are used for the specific unit. Please be careful that even if you have set the voltage according to the above setting, you cannot use a unit designated for 400V by 200V supply voltage, or 200V unit by 380 ~ 400V supply voltage.) 2. In the case of using a unit for overseas voltage, make a correction to the setting of the supply voltage for the transformer tap contained in the control box of the main body in line with the setting of the above.

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Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

25

Command from a solenoid valve to start the pump down operation

0:Invalid, 1:Valid

0,1

0:Invalid

-

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Control System Function and Operation „ When you want to start the pump down operation state for maintenance purpose, etc., do not fail to set the above set item to [1:Valid]. However, you must set it to [0:Invalid] when performing a normal operation. (If you have set the above set item to [1:Valid], it automatically changes to [0:Invalid] when [Stop/Reset] is input later. Note) 1. For details of wiring, please refer to [Remote control wiring work] on page 92 and also the attacted wiring diagram. Setting No. 29

Local Setting Item Setting of i-manager separate connection

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0:Invalid, 1:Valid

0-1

0:Invalid

-

You can select '1:valid' when connecting to i-manager in the place of centralized controller. Otherwise please select '0:invalid' when connecting to centralized controller. It is necessary to connect wires in the control box (MAIN) and control box (SUB) of UWYP180~240BY1. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Adjustable Range

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

LA

Rotation control of remote controller setting

0:Outlet control, 1:Inlet control

0-1

1:Inlet control

-

In the case of UWYP180~240BY1, please select '1:inlet control', the local setting No.12 pump operation setting under rotation control '1:all pumps operation', and No.13 rotation control/ simultanenous control under remote group control '1:rotation control' have been selected. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Lb

Delay of setting water temperature controlled by remote controller

Adjustable Range 1:1°C,2:2°C,4:4°C

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

1-2-4

2:2°C

°C

We recommend to use at [2°C] for the general system as air conditioning, etc. , or if anyspecific accuracy of the water temperature is not required. Especially, if you want to keep the unevenness of the water temperature to its minimum, set at [1°C].Please be careful that the minimum water holding quantity becomes double when the differential is used at [1°C]. Setting No.

Local Setting Item

Ld

Water circulating pump input/output switch

Adjustable Range 0:Transmit, 1:External contactor

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0-1

Refer to following statement.

-

In the case of UWYP180~240BY1, you can select '1:external contactor' in the control box (MAIN) and '0:transmit' in the control box (SUB), therefore the wiring of AXP(pump interlock) and 52P(water circulating pump) only be operated in the control box (MAIN) not control box (SUB). Setting No.

Local Setting Item

LE

External thermostat (0~100 operation)

Adjustable Range 0:Transmit, 1:External contactor

Change Unit

Default Value

Unit

0-1

Refer to following statement.

-

In the case of UWYP180~240BY1, you can select '1:external contactor' in the control box (MAIN) and '0:transmit' in the control box (SUB) when operating external thermostat (0~100% operation) instruction, therefore the wiring of thermal storage operation contactor (TH-STR3) only be operated in the control box (MAIN) not control box (SUB).

Other

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Control System Function and Operation

2.7

Multi-functional LCD Remote Controller (Option)

2.7.1

Appearance & functions

EDS55-801

With the dedicated multi-functional remote controller, ideal diversified centralized control system can be set up freely according to different scales and purposes of use.

„With the multi-functional LCD remote controller ("remote controller"), all operating statuses can be displayed on the large screen LCD. „The temperature setting is shown with numbers at an increment of 0.1°C. „Operation function: • Run/stop • Temperature sensor changeover • Forced fan operation • Demand control • Rotation balanced operation „ Display functions: • Operation display • Set temperature display • Sensor display • Demand control display • Low noise operation display • Forced fan operation display • Rotation balanced operation display • Group number display „Real-time monitoring of 80 malfunction items in the system. With the "Self Diagnosis Function", the information of fault can be obtained immediately after malfunction occurs. „ Various field settings can be made with the remote controller.

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2.7.2

Control System Function and Operation

Display Section and Operation Section All items appear in the display to facilitate explanation. The display however differs for actual operation.

Display Section

Thermal storage / normal preset temperature display "Thermal storage" is displayed when thermal storage preset temperature is displayed. Thermal storage and normal preset temperature display are switched by the thermal storage/normal operation button.

Display "operation mode" Displays current operating status. (Any one)

Sensor name display section

Forced fan motor ON display Lights when the "forced forced fan motor ON" ON button is pushed. Can be operated only when stopped (Not displayed when operating.)

When the display switch button is pushed, displays current sensor values in sequence. zAfter a fixed time (approx. 60 sec) elapses, the display automatically switches to the preset temperature display. zWhen sensor value is displayed, the "thermal storage preset temperature" display disappears.

Unit No. display

Operation lamp (red)

When remote controller group is used, continuously displays unit No. of remote controller connection. The display is switched by theS and Tbuttons.

Lights while operating. Flickers when stopped due to malfunction.

Malfunction code display Lights or flickers when a malfunction occurs.

Group No. display Displays when central address (group No.) is set.

Inspection display Lights or flickers when a malfunction occurs.

Field set display Displays when in the field set or service mode.

Unit display MPa and Temperature Display These two kinds of unit are automatically switched and displayed according to the display value.

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Operation mode display for setting Various modes are displayed by operating the setting mode switch button. zThe current operation mode is not displayed. zAfter a fixed time (approx. 60 sec) elapses, the display switches to the current operation mode.

Operation display Displays the current operation. The "demand control operation" display is set or cancelled by push the demand control button.

Under centralized control display Lights during centralized control. When lit, some or all functions cannot be used.

Request Â&#x201E; Do not pull or twist the remote controller's cord. Doing so could result in failure. Â&#x201E; Do not push the remote controller's buttons with sharp-edged objects. Doing so could result in damage or failure.

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Operation Section

Display switch button

ON/OFF button

Operation mode switch button

Enter the sensor display mode when the button is pushed once, and subsequently displays each sensor value in sequence each time pushed. After LP display, returns to preset temperature display before sensor display.

Push once to start operation. To stop, push again.

Push to switch operation mode.

Setting mode switch button Switch operation mode to change preset temperature.

Set/cancel button Data set/cancel

Set or cancel data of various types in case of the field set or service mode.

Inspection/adjustment button The "malfunction code" is displayed when pushed at the time of minor failure. Operated in case of the field set or service mode.

Unit No. adjustment button Use to change the unit No. Invalid only for remote controller group control.

Temperature setting button Use to change the preset temperature. You can adjust the temperature 0.1Ë&#x161;C at a time. BRC307D51

Forced fan motor ON button Push once while Fan is stopped to turn the fan motor on manually. To stop, push again.

Defrost interval button Thermal storage / normal operation button Switch thermal storage / normal operation when preset temperature is to be changed.

Push to shorten the defrosting interval. To cancel, push again.

Demand control button Push to carry out demand control operation. To cancel, push again.

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