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Packaged Air Conditioners Floor standing type Duct connection type FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series — Cooling only [50Hz] —


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FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series ........................................................ 1 1. External appearance ...............................................................................2 2. Model name, power supply and nomenclature .......................................3 2.1 Model name and power supply ................................................................3 2.2 Nomenclature ...........................................................................................3

3. Functions.................................................................................................4 3.1 Indoor unit ................................................................................................4 3.2 Outdoor unit..............................................................................................4

4. Specifications ..........................................................................................5 4.1 FVG-B ......................................................................................................5 4.2 FVPG-B ....................................................................................................7 4.3 FD-KA.....................................................................................................10

5. Dimensions, assembly and service space ............................................14 5.1 Dimensions.............................................................................................14 5.2 Assembly................................................................................................26 5.3 Installation service space .......................................................................35

6. Piping diagrams ....................................................................................38 7. Wiring diagrams ....................................................................................41 7.1 Indoor unit ..............................................................................................41 7.2 Outdoor unit............................................................................................44 7.3 Field wiring .............................................................................................47

8. Electric characteristics ..........................................................................53 8.1 FVG-B ....................................................................................................53 8.2 FVPG-B / FD-KA ....................................................................................54

9. Capacity tables......................................................................................55 9.1 Cooling capacity .....................................................................................55 9.2 Capacity correction factor by the length of refrigerant piping .................64

10.Operation limits .....................................................................................65 10.1 Cooling only............................................................................................65

11.Fan performance...................................................................................66 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4

FVG-B / FVPG-B ....................................................................................66 FD-KA.....................................................................................................69 Fan motor specifications ........................................................................74 How to select motor pulley .....................................................................74

12.Sound level ...........................................................................................75 12.1 Overall sound level.................................................................................75 12.2 Octave band level...................................................................................76

Installation of indoor / outdoor unit ............................................. 79 1. Centre of gravity....................................................................................80 1.1 Centre of gravity .....................................................................................80 1.2 Foundation of units.................................................................................82

2. Indoor unit .............................................................................................83 2.1 FVG-B ....................................................................................................83 2.2 FVPG-B ..................................................................................................89 2.3 FD-KA.....................................................................................................95

3. Outdoor unit ........................................................................................108 3.1 RU05NY1 / RU06NY1 ..........................................................................108

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3.2 RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1 .............................................................................................124

Detail information of options ..................................................... 139 1. Accessories.........................................................................................140 1.1 Indoor unit ............................................................................................140 1.2 Outdoor unit..........................................................................................140

2. Remote controller................................................................................141 2.1 BRC1NU64 — Wired remote controller................................................141

3. RU-N ...................................................................................................146 3.1 KKPJ5F180 — Central drain plug ........................................................146 3.2 KWC26C280 / KWC26C450 — Central drain pan kit...........................147

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Part 1 FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series Model series Class Indoor unit Outdoor unit

FVG FVPG FD RU

05 05B — 05KA 05N

06 06B — 06KA 06N

08 08B — 08KA 08N

10 10B 10B 10KA 10N

13 — 13B 13KA 13N

15 — 15B 15KA 15N

18 — 18B 18KA 18N

20 — 20B 20KA 20N

1. External appearance ..............................................................................2 2. Model name, power supply and nomenclature ......................................3 2.1 Model name and power supply ...............................................................3 2.2 Nomenclature ..........................................................................................3

3. Functions ................................................................................................4 3.1 Indoor unit ...............................................................................................4 3.2 Outdoor unit .............................................................................................4

4. Specifications .........................................................................................5 4.1 FVG-B .....................................................................................................5 4.2 FVPG-B ...................................................................................................7 4.3 FD-KA ....................................................................................................10

5. Dimensions, assembly and service space ...........................................14 5.1 Dimensions ............................................................................................14 5.2 Assembly ...............................................................................................26 5.3 Installation service space ......................................................................35

6. Piping diagrams ...................................................................................38 7. Wiring diagrams ...................................................................................41 7.1 Indoor unit .............................................................................................41 7.2 Outdoor unit ...........................................................................................44 7.3 Field wiring ............................................................................................47

8. Electric characteristics .........................................................................53 8.1 FVG-B ...................................................................................................53 8.2 FVPG-B / FD-KA ...................................................................................54

9. Capacity tables .....................................................................................55 9.1 Cooling capacity ....................................................................................55 9.2 Capacity correction factor by the length of refrigerant piping ................64

10.Operation limits ....................................................................................65 10.1 Cooling only ...........................................................................................65

11.Fan performance ..................................................................................66 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4

FVG-B / FVPG-B ...................................................................................66 FD-KA ....................................................................................................69 Fan motor specifications .......................................................................74 How to select motor pulley ....................................................................74

12.Sound level ..........................................................................................75 12.1 Overall sound level ................................................................................75 12.2 Octave band level ..................................................................................76 FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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External appearance

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1. External appearance Indoor unit

FVG-B

FVPG-B

FD-KA

Wired remote controller

BRC1NU64

Outdoor unit

RU05NY1 RU06NY1

RU13NY1

2

RU08NY1

RU10NY1

RU15NY1 RU18NY1 RU20NY1

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Model name, power supply and nomenclature

2. Model name, power supply and nomenclature 2.1

Note:

2.2

1

Model name and power supply Indoor unit

Outdoor unit

FVG05BV1 *

RU05NY1 *

FVG06BV1 *

RU06NY1 *

FVG08BV1 *

RU08NY1 *

FVG10BV1 *

RU10NY1 *

FVPG10BY1 *

RU10NY1 *

FVPG13BY1 *

RU13NY1 *

FVPG15BY1 *

RU15NY1 *

FVPG18BY1 *

RU18NY1 *

FVPG20BY1 *

RU20NY1 *

FD05KAY1 *

RU05NY1 *

FD06KAY1 *

RU06NY1 *

FD08KAY1 *

RU08NY1 *

FD10KAY1 *

RU10NY1 *

FD13KAY1 *

RU13NY1 *

FD15KAY1 *

RU15NY1 *

FD18KAY1 *

RU18NY1 *

FD20KAY1 *

RU20NY1 *

Power supply

3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires)

3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires)

3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires)

1. * : New model or changed model 2. Power supply intake : outdoor unit

Nomenclature

Indoor unit

FV(P)(G)

05

B

V1 Power supply symbol V1 : 1 phase 50Hz 220-240V Y1 : 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V Indicates major design category Capacity indication FVG: Floor standing type (Direct air blow type) FVPG: Floor standing type (Duct connection type) FD: Duct connection high static pressure type

Outdoor unit

RU

05

N

Y1 Power supply symbol Y1 : 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V Indicates major design category Capacity indication Outdoor unit R, RU : Cooling only

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Functions

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3. Functions 3.1

Indoor unit Items Comfort Work & servicing Others

Features Switchable fan speed Pre-charged for up to 7.5 m PE fin for outdoor unit Adjustable external static pressure

FVG-B { { { —

FVPG-B FD-KA — — { { { { { { (Required to (Required to change the pulley) change the pulley)

Note: { : Functions exist. — :No functions

3.2

Outdoor unit Items Operation range

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RU05NY1 / RU06NY1 RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

Features Wide operation range

Cooling

21~46°CDB

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Specifications

4. Specifications 4.1

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FVG-B

Floor standing type (Direct air blow type) Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Remote controller (option)

Wired Wireless

Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Model Refrigerant oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

FVG05BV1 RU05NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 14.7 Btu/h 50,000 kcal/h 12,600 kW 0.5 kW 5.0 kW 5.5 kW 15.2 Btu/h 51,800 kcal/h 13,100 A 2.5 A 8.2 FVG05BV1 Ivory white mm 1,870×750×510 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×32×1.85 m² 0.409 Sirocco fan Direct drive 3 speed kW 0.375 m³/min 42 cfm 1,480 mmH2O – Resin net kg 90 mm φ9.5 (Brazing) mm φ19.1 (Brazing) mm PS 1B internal thread – – Y1 RU05NY1 Ivory white mm 1,345×900×320 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 1×60×1.4 m² 1.172 Y1 JT170GA-Y1@K Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 4.5 P47L11S×2 Propeller W 65+90 m³/min 97 cfm 3,430 kg 92 mm φ9.5 (Flare) mm φ19.1 (Flare) mm φ26.0 (Hole) Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Reverse phase protector. Fuse. Thermo switch (discharge pipe). MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 2.7 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 1.4 C : 4D063238E Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

FVG06BV1 RU06NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 17.6 60,000 15,100 0.5 5.9 6.4 18.1 61,800 15,600 2.5 9.6 FVG06BV1 Ivory white 1,870×750×510 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×32×1.85 0.409 Sirocco fan Direct drive 3 speed 0.375 42 1,480 – Resin net 90 φ9.5 (Brazing) φ19.1 (Brazing) PS 1B internal thread – – RU06NY1 Ivory white 1,345×900×320 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×60×2.0 1.134 ZR72KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 4.5 P47L11S×2 Propeller 90+90 100 3,530 105 φ9.5 (Flare) φ19.1 (Flare) φ26.0 (Hole) Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 3.3 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 2.5 C : 4D063240F

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

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Specifications

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Floor standing type (Direct air blow type) Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Remote controller (option)

Wired Wireless

Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Model Refrigerant oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

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FVG08BV1 RU08NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 23.5 Btu/h 80,000 kcal/h 20,200 kW 0.7 kW 7.9 kW 8.6 kW 24.2 Btu/h 82,600 kcal/h 20,800 A 3.4 A 13.3 FVG08BV1 Ivory white mm 1,870×950×510 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×32×1.85 m² 0.551 Sirocco fan Direct drive 3 speed kW 0.55 m³/min 63 cfm 2,230 mmH2O – Resin net kg 107 mm φ12.7 (Brazing) mm φ22.2 (Brazing) mm PS 1B internal thread – – Y1 RU08NY1 Ivory white mm 1,680×930×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 1×54×1.4 m² 2.112 Y1 ZR108KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 6.7 P68L11S Propeller W 500 m³/min 190 cfm 6,710 kg 203 mm φ12.7 (Flare) mm φ22.2 (Brazing) mm – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 5.2 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 3.3 C : 4D063240F Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FVG10BV1 RU10NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 29.3 100,000 25,200 0.8 10.4 11.2 30.1 102,700 25,900 3.9 17.6 FVG10BV1 Ivory white 1,870×1,170×510 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×32×1.85 0.707 Sirocco fan Direct drive 3 speed 0.375×2 80 2,830 – Resin net 143 φ12.7 (Brazing) φ28.6 (Brazing) PS 1B internal thread – – RU10NY1 Ivory white 1,680×930×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×2.0 2.112 ZR144KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 9.0 P68L11S Propeller 500 190 6,710 206 φ12.7 (Flare) φ28.6 (Brazing) – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 6.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 3.3 C : 4D063240F

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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4.2

Specifications

FVPG-B

1

Floor standing type (Duct connection type) Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Liquid Gas Drain Wired Remote controller (option) Wireless Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Piping connections

Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Refrigerant Model oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

FVPG10BY1 RU10NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 29.3 Btu/h 100,000 kcal/h 25,200 kW 1.0 kW 10.4 kW 11.4 kW 30.3 Btu/h 103,400 kcal/h 26,100 A 1.6 A 17.6 FVPG10BY1 Ivory white mm 1,740×1,170×510 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×32×1.85 m² 0.707 Sirocco fan Belt drive kW 1.5 m³/min 80 cfm 2,830 mmH2O 15 Resin net kg 150 mm φ12.7 (Brazing) mm φ28.6 (Brazing) mm PS 1B internal thread – – Y1 RU10NY1 Ivory white mm 1,680×930×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×2.0 m² 2.112 Y1 ZR144KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 9.0 P68L11S Propeller W 500 m³/min 190 cfm 6,710 kg 206 mm φ12.7 (Flare) mm φ28.6 (Brazing) mm – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 6.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 3.3 C : 4D063241D Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

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Specifications

ED45-939

Floor standing type (Duct connection type) Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Liquid Gas Drain Wired Remote controller (option) Wireless Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Piping connections

Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Refrigerant Model oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

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FVPG13BY1 RU13NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 35.2 Btu/h 120,000 kcal/h 30,200 kW 1.6 kW 13.3 kW 14.9 kW 36.8 Btu/h 125,600 kcal/h 31,600 A 2.6 A 21.7 FVPG13BY1 Ivory white mm 1,870×1,170×720 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×44×1.3 m² 0.94 Sirocco fan Belt drive kW 2.2 m³/min 120 cfm 4,240 mmH2O 15 Resin net kg 180 mm φ12.7 (Brazing) mm φ28.6 (Brazing) mm PS 1B internal thread – – Y1 RU13NY1 Ivory white mm 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 1×54×1.4 m² 2.481 Y1 ZRT162KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 5.0+5.0 P54M11S×2 Propeller W 250+250 m³/min 210 cfm 7,420 kg 243 mm φ12.7 (Flare) mm φ28.6 (Brazing) mm – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-50-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 5.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 3.3 C : 3D063239F Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FVPG15BY1 RU15NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 46.9 160,000 40,300 1.6 16.2 17.8 48.5 165,500 41,700 2.6 26.4 FVPG15BY1 Ivory white 1,870×1,170×720 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×44×1.3 0.94 Sirocco fan Belt drive 2.2 120 4,240 15 Resin net 180 φ15.9 (Brazing) φ34.9 (Brazing) PS 1B internal thread – – RU15NY1 Ivory white 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×1.4 2.481 ZRT216KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 6.7+6.7 P54M11S×2 Propeller 300+300 230 8,120 319 φ15.9 (Flare) φ34.9 (Brazing) – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-50-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 7.5 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 6.5 C : 3D063239F

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

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Specifications

Floor standing type (Duct connection type) Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Liquid Gas Drain Wired Remote controller (option) Wireless Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Piping connections

Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Refrigerant Model oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

FVPG18BY1 RU18NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 52.8 Btu/h 180,000 kcal/h 45,400 kW 1.9 kW 19.3 kW 21.2 kW 54.7 Btu/h 186,600 kcal/h 47,000 A 3.1 A 31.5 FVPG18BY1 Ivory white mm 1,870×1,470×720 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×44×1.3 m² 1.239 Sirocco fan Belt drive kW 3.7 m³/min 162 cfm 5,720 mmH2O 15 Resin net kg 240 mm φ15.9 (Brazing) mm φ34.9 (Brazing) mm PS 1B internal thread – – Y1 RU18NY1 Ivory white mm 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×1.4 m² 2.481 Y1 ZRT250KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 7.5+7.5 P54M11S×2 Propeller W 400+400 m³/min 260 cfm 9,180 kg 322 mm φ15.9 (Flare) mm φ34.9 (Brazing) mm – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-50-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 8.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 6.5 C : 3D063239F Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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FVPG20BY1 RU20NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 58.6 200,000 50,400 1.9 22.9 24.8 60.5 206,400 52,000 3.1 37.3 FVPG20BY1 Ivory white 1,870×1,470×720 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×44×1.3 1.239 Sirocco fan Belt drive 3.7 162 5,720 15 Resin net 240 φ15.9 (Brazing) φ34.9 (Brazing) PS 1B internal thread – – RU20NY1 Ivory white 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×1.4 2.481 ZRT288KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 9.0+9.0 P54M11S×2 Propeller 400+400 260 9,180 329 φ15.9 (Flare) φ34.9 (Brazing) – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-50-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 9.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 6.5 C : 3D063239F

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

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Specifications

4.3

ED45-939

FD-KA

Duct connection high static pressure type Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Remote controller (option)

Wired Wireless

Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Model Refrigerant oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

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FD05KAY1 RU05NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 14.7 Btu/h 50,000 kcal/h 12,600 kW 0.6 kW 5.0 kW 5.6 kW 15.3 Btu/h 52,200 kcal/h 13,200 A 1.0 A 8.2 FD05KAY1 Galvanized steel mm 450×900×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×24×2.0 m² 0.370 Sirocco fan Belt drive kW 0.75 m³/min 46 cfm 1,620 mmH2O 9 – kg 72 mm φ9.5 (Brazing) mm φ19.1 (Brazing) mm PS 3/4B internal thread BRC1NU64 – Y1 RU05NY1 Ivory white mm 1,345×900×320 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 1×60×1.4 m² 1.172 Y1 JT170GA-Y1@K Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 4.5 P47L11S×2 Propeller W 65+90 m³/min 97 cfm 3,430 kg 92 mm φ9.5 (Flare) mm φ19.1 (Flare) mm φ26.0 (Hole) Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Reverse phase protector. Fuse. Thermo switch (discharge pipe). MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 2.7 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 1.4 C : 4D063107E Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FD06KAY1 RU06NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 17.6 60,000 15,100 0.6 5.9 6.5 18.2 62,100 15,700 1.0 9.6 FD06KAY1 Galvanized steel 450×1,130×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×24×2.0 0.491 Sirocco fan Belt drive 0.75 54 1,910 9 – 79 φ9.5 (Brazing) φ19.1 (Brazing) PS 3/4B internal thread BRC1NU64 – RU06NY1 Ivory white 1,345×900×320 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×60×2.0 1.134 ZR72KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 4.5 P47L11S×2 Propeller 90+90 100 3,530 105 φ9.5 (Flare) φ19.1 (Flare) φ26.0 (Hole) Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 3.3 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 2.5 C : 4D063105H

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


ED45-939

Specifications

Duct connection high static pressure type Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Remote controller (option)

Wired Wireless

Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Model Refrigerant oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

FD08KAY1 RU08NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 23.5 Btu/h 80,000 kcal/h 20,200 kW 0.9 kW 8.1 kW 9.0 kW 24.4 Btu/h 83,800 kcal/h 21,000 A 1.5 A 13.7 FD08KAY1 Galvanized steel mm 500×1,130×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×22×1.5 m² 0.443 Sirocco fan Belt drive kW 1.5 m³/min 68 cfm 2,400 mmH2O 10 – kg 93 mm φ12.7 (Brazing) mm φ22.2 (Brazing) mm PS 3/4B internal thread BRC1NU64 – Y1 RU08NY1 Ivory white mm 1,680×930×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 1×54×1.4 m² 2.112 Y1 ZR108KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 6.7 P68L11S Propeller W 500 m³/min 190 cfm 6,710 kg 203 mm φ12.7 (Flare) mm φ22.2 (Brazing) mm – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 5.2 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 3.3 C : 4D063105H Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

1

FD10KAY1 RU10NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 29.3 100,000 25,200 1.0 10.4 11.4 30.3 103,400 26,100 1.6 17.6 FD10KAY1 Galvanized steel 500×1,330×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×22×1.5 0.540 Sirocco fan Belt drive 1.5 78 2,750 10 – 104 φ12.7 (Brazing) φ28.6 (Brazing) PS 3/4B internal thread BRC1NU64 – RU10NY1 Ivory white 1,680×930×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×2.0 2.112 ZR144KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 9.0 P68L11S Propeller 500 190 6,710 206 φ12.7 (Flare) φ28.6 (Brazing) – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 6.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 3.3 C : 4D063105H

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

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Specifications

ED45-939

Duct connection high static pressure type Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Liquid Gas Drain Wired Remote controller (option) Wireless Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Piping connections

Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Refrigerant Model oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

12

FD13KAY1 RU13NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 35.2 Btu/h 120,000 kcal/h 30,200 kW 1.7 kW 13.3 kW 15.0 kW 36.9 Btu/h 125,900 kcal/h 31,700 A 2.8 A 21.7 FD13KAY1 Galvanized steel mm 625×1,620×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×26×1.5 m² 0.784 Sirocco fan Belt drive kW 2.2 m³/min 136 cfm 4,800 mmH2O 15 – kg 161 mm φ12.7 (Brazing) mm φ28.6 (Brazing) mm PS 1B internal thread BRC1NU64 – Y1 RU13NY1 Ivory white mm 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 1×54×1.4 m² 2.481 Y1 ZRT162KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 5.0+5.0 P54M11S×2 Propeller W 250+250 m³/min 210 cfm 7,420 kg 243 mm φ12.7 (Flare) mm φ28.6 (Brazing) mm – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-50-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 5.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 3.3 C : 3D063108E Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FD15KAY1 RU15NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 46.9 160,000 40,300 1.7 16.2 17.9 48.6 165,800 41,800 2.8 26.4 FD15KAY1 Galvanized steel 625×1,620×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×26×1.5 0.784 Sirocco fan Belt drive 2.2 136 4,800 15 – 161 φ15.9 (Brazing) φ34.9 (Brazing) PS 1B internal thread BRC1NU64 – RU15NY1 Ivory white 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×1.4 2.481 ZRT216KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 6.7+6.7 P54M11S×2 Propeller 300+300 230 8,120 319 φ15.9 (Flare) φ34.9 (Brazing) – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-50-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 7.5 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 6.5 C : 3D063108E

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Specifications

Duct connection high static pressure type Model

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Power supply *1. Cooling capacity *2.

Net

Power input

Indoor unit Outdoor unit Total

*1. Cooling capacity *3.

Gross

Running current

Indoor unit Outdoor unit

Indoor unit Colour Dimensions Coil

Fan

H×W×D Type Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Type Drive Motor output Air flow rate External static pressure

Air filter Weight Liquid Gas Drain Wired Remote controller (option) Wireless Outdoor unit Colour Dimensions H×W×D Type Coil Rows×Stages×Fin pitch Face area Model Compressor Type Motor output Model Type Fan Motor output Piping connections

Air flow rate Weight Piping connections

Liquid Gas Drain

Safety devices Design pressure High/Low Capacity step Refrigerant control Standard length Refrigerant Max. length piping Max. height difference Model Refrigerant Charge Refrigerant Model oil Charge Drawing No.

Note:

FD18KAY1 RU18NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) kW 52.8 Btu/h 180,000 kcal/h 45,400 kW 2.2 kW 19.3 kW 21.5 kW 55.0 Btu/h 187,700 kcal/h 47,300 A 3.6 A 31.5 FD18KAY1 Galvanized steel mm 625×1,980×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×26×1.5 m² 0.990 Sirocco fan Belt drive kW 3.7 m³/min 166 cfm 5,860 mmH2O 15 – kg 187 mm φ15.9 (Brazing) mm φ34.9 (Brazing) mm PS 1B internal thread BRC1NU64 – Y1 RU18NY1 Ivory white mm 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×1.4 m² 2.481 Y1 ZRT250KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type kW 7.5+7.5 P54M11S×2 Propeller W 400+400 m³/min 260 cfm 9,180 kg 322 mm φ15.9 (Flare) mm φ34.9 (Brazing) mm – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. MPa 3.0/1.6 % 100-50-0 Capillary tube m 5.0 m 50 (Equivalent length 70m) m 30 R-22 kg 8.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. L 6.5 C : 3D063108E Y1

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions : Return air temperature : 27.0°CDB, 19.5°CWB Outdoor temperature : 35°CDB Equivalent refrigerant piping length : 5 m (Horizontal) *2. Net capacity includes indoor fan heat. *3. Gross capacity does not include indoor fan heat.

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

1

FD20KAY1 RU20NY1 3 phase 50Hz 380-415V (4 wires) 58.6 200,000 50,400 2.2 22.9 25.1 60.8 207,500 52,300 3.6 37.3 FD20KAY1 Galvanized steel 625×1,980×850 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 3×26×1.5 0.990 Sirocco fan Belt drive 3.7 166 5,860 15 – 187 φ15.9 (Brazing) φ34.9 (Brazing) PS 1B internal thread BRC1NU64 – RU20NY1 Ivory white 1,680×1,240×765 Cross fin coil (Fine louver fins and Hi-XA tubes) 2×54×1.4 2.481 ZRT288KC-TFD Hermetically sealed scroll type 9.0+9.0 P54M11S×2 Propeller 400+400 260 9,180 329 φ15.9 (Flare) φ34.9 (Brazing) – Thermal protector for outdoor fan motor. High pressure switch. Low pressure switch. Internal protector (compressor, indoor fan motor). Fuse. 3.0/1.6 100-50-0 Capillary tube 5.0 50 (Equivalent length 70m) 30 R-22 9.0 (Charged for 7.5m) Refer to the name plate of compressor. 6.5 C : 3D063108E

Conversion formulae kcal/h=kW×860 Btu/h=kW×3,412 cfm=m³/min×35.3

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

ED45-939

5. Dimensions, assembly and service space 5.1

Dimensions

5.1.1

Indoor unit

FVG05BV1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150151C

FVG06BV1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150152B

14

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ED45-939

Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

FVG08BV1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150153C

FVG10BV1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150154C

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

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FVPG10BY1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150155B

FVPG13BY1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150156B

16

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

FVPG15BY1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150157B

FVPG18BY1 / FVPG20BY1

Unit (mm)

SDR3150158B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

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FD05KAY1

Unit (mm)

3D062899B

FD06KAY1

Unit (mm)

3D062900B

18

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

FD08KAY1

Unit (mm)

3D062901B

FD10KAY1

Unit (mm)

3D062902B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

ED45-939

FD13KAY1

Unit (mm)

3D062912B

FD15KAY1

Unit (mm)

3D062913B

20

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

FD18KAY1 / FD20KAY1

Unit (mm)

3D062914B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

5.1.2

ED45-939

Wired remote controller

BRC1NU64 (for FD)

Unit (mm)

3D063005

22

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

5.1.3

Dimensions, assembly and service space

Outdoor unit

1

RU05NY1 / RU06NY1

Unit (mm)

3D063042

RU08NY1

Unit (mm)

3D062886A

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

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RU10NY1

Unit (mm)

3D062887A

RU13NY1

Unit (mm)

3D062890A

24

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

Unit (mm)

3D062891A

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

5.2

Assembly

5.2.1

Indoor unit

ED45-939

FVG05BV1 / FVG06BV1 / FVG08BV1

SDR3140064

FVG10BV1

SDR3140065

26

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

FVPG10BY1

SDR3140066

FVPG13BY1 / FVPG15BY1

SDR3140067

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

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FVPG18BY1 / FVPG20BY1

SDR3140068

FD05KAY1 / FD06KAY1

3D064233

28

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

FD08KAY1 / FD10KAY1

3D064263

FD13KAY1 / FD15KAY1

3D064234

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

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FD18KAY1 / FD20KAY1

3D064236

30

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

5.2.2

Dimensions, assembly and service space

Outdoor unit

1

RU05NY1

3D064159

RU06NY1

3D064222

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

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RU08NY1

3D064133

RU10NY1

3D064145

32

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Dimensions, assembly and service space

1

RU13NY1

3D064147

RU15NY1

3D064158

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

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RU18NY1

3D064162

RU20NY1

3D064163A

34

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

5.3

Dimensions, assembly and service space

Installation service space

1

RU05NY1 / RU06NY1

3D063043A

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Dimensions, assembly and service space

ED45-939

3D063043A

36

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Dimensions, assembly and service space

1 3D062893

RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Piping diagrams

ED45-939

6. Piping diagrams FVG05BV1 / FD05KAY1 + RU05NY1 FVG06BV1 / FD06KAY1 + RU06NY1

3D062796B

FVG08BV1 / FD08KAY1 + RU08NY1

3D062797B

38

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Piping diagrams

1

FVG10BV1 / FVPG10BY1 / FD10KAY1 + RU10NY1

3D062798B

FVPG13BY1 / FD13KAY1 + RU13NY1

3D062799A

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Piping diagrams

ED45-939

FVPG15BY1 / FD15KAY1 + RU15NY1 FVPG18BY1 / FD18KAY1 + RU18NY1

3D062800A

FVPG20BY1 / FD20KAY1 + RU20NY1

3D062801A

40

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Wiring diagrams

7. Wiring diagrams 7.1

Indoor unit

7.1.1

FVG-B

1

FVG05BV1 / FVG06BV1 / FVG08BV1

SDR3010209-1C

FVG10BV1

SDR3010211-1D

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Wiring diagrams

7.1.2

ED45-939

FVPG-B

FVPG10BY1

SDR3010213-1D

FVPG13BY1 / FVPG15BY1 / FVPG18BY1 / FVPG20BY1

SDR3010206-1F

42

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

7.1.3

Wiring diagrams

FD-KA

1

FD05KAY1 / FD06KAY1 / FD08KAY1 / FD10KAY1

3D062244F

FD13KAY1 / FD15KAY1 / FD18KAY1 / FD20KAY1

3D062245F

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Wiring diagrams

7.2

ED45-939

Outdoor unit

RU05NY1

3D061686B

RU06NY1

3D061685B

44

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

Wiring diagrams

1

RU08NY1

3D062781B

RU10NY1

3D062159B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Wiring diagrams

ED45-939

RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

3D062158B

46

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

7.3

Field wiring

7.3.1

FVG-B

Wiring diagrams

1

FVG05BV1 + RU05NY1 FVG06BV1 + RU06NY1

4D063521C

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Wiring diagrams

ED45-939

FVG08BV1 + RU08NY1 FVG10BV1 + RU10NY1

4D063506B

48

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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ED45-939

7.3.2

Wiring diagrams

FVPG-B

1

FVPG10BY1 + RU10NY1

4D063507A

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Wiring diagrams

ED45-939

FVPG13BY1 + RU13NY1 FVPG15BY1 + RU15NY1 FVPG18BY1 + RU18NY1 FVPG20BY1 + RU20NY1

4D063508B

50

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ED45-939

7.3.3

Wiring diagrams

FD-KA

1

FD05KAY1 + RU05NY1 FD06KAY1 + RU06NY1 FD08KAY1 + RU08NY1 FD10KAY1 + RU10NY1

4D063510B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Wiring diagrams

ED45-939

FD13KAY1 + RU13NY1 FD15KAY1 + RU15NY1 FD18KAY1 + RU18NY1 FD20KAY1 + RU20NY1

4D063511A

52

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Electric characteristics

8. Electric characteristics 8.1

1

FVG-B

3D063124D

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

53


Electric characteristics

8.2

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FVPG-B / FD-KA

3D063116C

54

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Capacity tables

9. Capacity tables 9.1

Cooling capacity

9.1.1

FVG-B

1

FVG05BV1 + RU05NY1

3D063446C

FVG06BV1 + RU06NY1

3D063447D

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

55


Capacity tables

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FVG08BV1 + RU08NY1

3D063448D

FVG10BV1 + RU10NY1

3D063449C

56

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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9.1.2

Capacity tables

FVPG-B

1

FVPG10BY1 + RU10NY1

3D063450B

FVPG13BY1 + RU13NY1

3D063451B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Capacity tables

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FVPG15BY1 + RU15NY1

3D063452B

FVPG18BY1 + RU18NY1

3D063453C

58

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Capacity tables

1

FVPG20BY1 + RU20NY1

3D063454C

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Capacity tables

9.1.3

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FD-KA

FD05KAY1 + RU05NY1

3D063438B

FD06KAY1 + RU06NY1

3D063439C

60

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


ED45-939

Capacity tables

1

FD08KAY1 + RU08NY1

3D063440C

FD10KAY1 + RU10NY1

3D063441C

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Capacity tables

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FD13KAY1 + RU13NY1

3D063442C

FD15KAY1 + RU15NY1

3D063443C

62

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Capacity tables

1

FD18KAY1 + RU18NY1

3D063444C

FD20KAY1 + RU20NY1

3D063445C

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Capacity tables

9.2

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Capacity correction factor by the length of refrigerant piping

RU05NY1 / RU06NY1 / RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1 The cooling capacity of the unit has to be corrected in accordance with the length of refrigerant piping. (The distance between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit)

3D063390A

64

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Operation limits

10. Operation limits

1

10.1 Cooling only RU05NY1 / RU06NY1 / RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

3D063106B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Fan performance

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11. Fan performance 11.1 FVG-B / FVPG-B FVPG10BY1

4D064265

FVPG13BY1 / FVPG15BY1

4D064275

66

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Fan performance

1

FVPG18BY1 / FVPG20BY1

4D064276B

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Fan performance

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FVG05BV1 / FVG06BV1 / FVG08BV1 / FVG10BV1 FVPG10BY1 / FVPG13BY1 / FVPG15BY1 / FVPG18BY1 / FVPG20BY1

3D064471B

68

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Fan performance

11.2 FD-KA

1

FD05KAY1

4D064277A

FD06KAY1

4D064279A

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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FD08KAY1

4D064278

FD10KAY1

4D064280

70

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Fan performance

1

FD13KAY1 / FD15KAY1

4D064281A

FD18KAY1 / FD20KAY1

4D064282A

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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FD05KAY1 / FD06KAY1 / FD08KAY1 / FD10KAY1 / FD13KAY1 / FD15KAY1 / FD18KAY1 / FD20KAY1

3D063509C

72

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Fan performance

1

3D063509C

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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11.3 Fan motor specifications Power Supply

Y1

Rated Motor Output

0.75

1.5

2.2

3.7

φ s (mm)

19

24

28

28

Shaft Length:

Q (mm)

40

50

60

60

Keyway Width:

W (mm)

6

8

8

8

Keyway Depth:

U (mm)

3.5

4

4

4

Shaft Outer Diameter:

B

B

B

B

Key Width:

Insulation Class: b (mm)

6

8

8

8

Key Height:

h (mm)

6

7

7

7

φ d (mm)

19

24

28

28

Shaft Hole Diameter: Keyway

B (mm)

6

8

8

8

Keyway Height:

H (mm)

21.5

27

31

31

Motor: Totally enclosed fan-cooled motor.

11.4 How to select motor pulley 1. Select the fan revolution speed by air flow rate and external static pressure. 2. Select Motor Pulley by Fan revolution speed. D1 : Pitch Diameter of Motor Pulley (mm) D2 × N2 2 : Pitch Diameter of Fan Pulley (mm) D D1 = N1 : Revolution Speed of Fan Motor (rpm) N1 N2 : Fan Revolution Speed Relation between outer diameter and pitch diameter of each Pulley are as follows: A type (Pitch Diameter) = Outer Diameter of Pulley - 9mm B type (Pitch Diameter) = Outer Diameter of Pulley - 11mm

How to Select V-belt When changing the motor pulley, the standard V- belt may not be used. In that case, select V-belt in accordance with the following formula:

V-belt Size (Length)

Model Name

Lp D2

D1

C

Lp = 2C + 1.57 (D1 + D2) +

LP D1 D2 C

74

Wheel Base (C) Y1

FD05KA

300

FD06KA

300

FD08KA

340

FD10KA

340

FD15KA

225

FD20KA

225

(D1 – D2)2 4C

: Effective Center Periphery Length (mm) : Pitch Diameter of Motor Pulley (mm) : Pitch Diameter of Fan Pulley (mm) : Wheel Base (mm)

Note : The unit of V-belt length (Nominal number) is usually shown in "inch". (P0022)

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series


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Sound level

12. Sound level

1

12.1 Overall sound level 12.1.1 Indoor unit dB(A) Model

50Hz 380-415V H M L

FVG05BV1

59

54

50

FVG06BV1

59

54

50

FVG08BV1

60

56

51

FVG10BV1

61

57

52

Measuring location

SDR4140041A

Model

50Hz 380-415V

FVPG10BY1

61

FVPG13BY1

62

FVPG15BY1

62

FVPG18BY1

63

FVPG20BY1

63

FD05KAY1

49

FD06KAY1

51

FD08KAY1

51

FD10KAY1

53

FD13KAY1

58

FD15KAY1

58

FD18KAY1

60

FD20KAY1

60

Measuring location

SDR4140044A

Note:

4D062903A

Operation sound is measured in an anechoic chamber. Sound level will vary depending on a range of factors such as the construction (acoustic absorption coefficient) of the particular room in which the equipment installed.

12.1.2 Outdoor unit dB(A) Model

50Hz 380V

415V

RU05NY1

59

60

RU06NY1

59

60

RU08NY1

60

61

RU10NY1

61

62

RU13NY1

61

62

RU15NY1

62

63

RU18NY1

63

64

RU20NY1

63

64

Measuring location

4D063036A

Note:

4D063037A

Operation sound is measured in an anechoic chamber. Sound level will vary depending on a range of factors such as the construction (acoustic absorption coefficient) of the particular room in which the equipment installed.

FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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12.2 Octave band level 12.2.1 Indoor unit FVG05BV1 / FVG06BV1

FVG08BV1

SDR4140041A

FVPG10BY1

FVG10BV1

SDR4140042B

FVPG13BY1 / FVPG15BY1

SDR4140044A

FD05KAY1

SDR4140043A

FVPG18BY1 / FVPG20BY1

SDR4140045A

FD06KAY1

4D062903A

SDR4140046B

FD08KAY1

4D062904B

4D062905A

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Sound level

FD10KAY1

FD13KAY1 / FD15KAY1

4D062906B

1

FD18KAY1/ FD20KAY1

4D062907A

4D062908A

Note: Power source (outdoor unit) : 50Hz 380-415V

12.2.2 Outdoor unit RU05NY1 / RU06NY1

RU08NY1

4D063036A

RU13NY1

RU10NY1

4D063037A

RU15NY1

4D063039A

4D063038A

RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

4D063040A

4D063041A

Note: Power source (outdoor unit) : 50Hz 380V Power source (outdoor unit) : 50Hz 415V FVG-B, FVPG-B, FD-KA series

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Part 2 Installation of indoor / outdoor unit 1. Centre of gravity....................................................................................80 1.1 Centre of gravity .....................................................................................80 1.2 Foundation of units.................................................................................82

2. Indoor unit .............................................................................................83 2.1 FVG-B ....................................................................................................83 2.2 FVPG-B ..................................................................................................89 2.3 FD-KA.....................................................................................................95

3. Outdoor unit ........................................................................................108 3.1 RU05NY1 / RU06NY1 ..........................................................................108 3.2 RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1 .............................................................................................124

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Centre of gravity

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1. Centre of gravity 1.1

Centre of gravity

RU05NY1

Unit (mm)

4D063391

RU06NY1

Unit (mm)

4D063392

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Centre of gravity

RU08NY1 / RU10NY1

Unit (mm)

2

4D063393

RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

Unit (mm)

4D063394

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Centre of gravity

1.2

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Foundation of units

RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

Unit (mm)

3D062892

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Indoor unit

2. Indoor unit 2.1

FVG-B

2.1.1

Names and functions for parts

2

a

OW

FL

DA

I KI

N

d

d h

c

W

LO

F AIR

IN

AIR FLOW OUT

AIR

e

T

OU

g c AIR

f

a

INDOOR UNIT

b

OUTDOOR UNIT

c

INLET AIR FLOW

d

OUTLET AIR FLOW

e

POWER SUPPLY WITH GROUND

f

DRAIN PIPE

g

CONNECTION WIRE BETWEEN OUTDOOR UNIT AND INDOOR UNIT

h

REFRIGERANT PIPING

OW

FL

IN

b

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Indoor unit

2.1.2

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Names and functions of each switch and display on the remote controller 6

8 NOTE. 1

9

FAN

AUTO

COOL

TIMER

HEAT

SLEEP

7

5

MODE

TEMP

1

SWP

TEMP

2

3

4

NOTE. 1 IT CANNOT BE USED FOR FVG05~10BV1.

NOTE. 1

2.1.3

Operation procedure

C : 3PN10376-7B

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2.1.4

Indoor unit

Installation MODEL FVG 05 06 08 10BV1

AIR CONDITIONER INSTALLATION MANUAL SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS Please read these “Safety considerations” carefully before installing air conditioning unit and be sure to install it correctly. After completing installation, conduct a trial operation to check for faults and explain to the customer how to operate te the air conditioner and take care of it with the aid of the operation manual. Ask the customer to store the installation manual al along with the operation manual for future reference.

2

This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not accessible to the general public.”

Meaning of Warning and Caution notices ! WARNING ……Failure to follow these instructions properly may result in personal injury or loss of life. ! CAUTION ……..Failure to observe these instructions properly may result in property damage or personal injury which may be serious depending on the circumstances

WARNING Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out installation work. Do not attempt to install the air conditioner yourself. Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. Install the air conditioner in accordance with the instructions in this installation manual . Improper ro installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. Consult your local dealer regarding what to do in case of refrigerant leakage . When the air conditioner is to be installed in a small room it is necessary to take proper measures so that the amount of any leaked refrigerant does not exceed the concentration limit in the event of a leakage. Otherwise, this may lead to an accident due to oxygen depletion. Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts for installation work. Failure to use the specified parts may result in the unit falling, water leakage, electric shocks or fire. Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough to withstand the weight of the unit. A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injury. Carry out the specified installation work after taking into account strong winds, typhoons or earthquakes. Failure to do so during installation work may result in the unit falling and causing accidents. Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried out by qualified personnel according to local laws and regulations and this installation manual. Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires are used, and that there is no strain on the terminal connections or wires. Improper connections or securing of wires may result in abnormal heat build-up or fire. When wiring the power supply and connecting the remote controller wiring and transmission wiring, position the wires so that the control box lid can be securely fastened. Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in electric shocks fire or the terminals overheating. If refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the area immediately. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant comes into contact with fire. After completing installation, check for refrigerant gas leakage. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant gas leaks into the room and comes into contact with a source of fire, such as a fan heater, stove or cooker. Be sure to switch off the unit before touching any electrical parts. Do not directly touch refrigerant that has leaked from refrigerant pipes or other areas, as there is a danger of frostbite. Do not allow children to climb on the outdoor unit and avoid placing objects on the unit. Injury may result if the unit becomes loose and falls. Be sure to earth the air conditioner. Do not earth the unit to a utility pipe, lightning conductor or telephone earth lead. Imperfect earthling may result in electric shocks. Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker. Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks or fire.

CAUTION While following the instructions in this installation manual, install drain piping to ensure proper drainage and insulate piping to prevent condensation. Improper drain piping may result in indoor water leakage and property damage. pro Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by small animals. Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please instruct the customer to keep the area around the unit clean. Disposal requirements Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations: Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the 1. Where there is a high concentration of mineral oil spray or vapor refrigerant, of oil and of other parts must (e.g. a kitchen). be done in accordance with relevant Plastic parts will deteriorate, parts may fall off and water leakage local and national legislation. could result. 2. Where corrosive gas, such as sulphurous acid gas, is produced. Corroding of copper pipes or soldered parts may result in refrigerant leakage. 3. Near machinery emitting electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic radiation may disturb the operation of the control system and result in a malfunction of the unit. 4. Where flammable gas may leak, where there is carbon fiber or ignitable dust suspensions in the air, or where volatile flammables such as paint thinner or gasoline are handled. Operating the unit in such conditions may result in fire.

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Indoor unit

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TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING INSTALLATION AND CHECK THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AFTER INSTALLATIONS FINISHED Item to be checked Has the gas leak test been performed? Is the unit properly insulated? Is the drain flow smooth? Does the power supply voltage correspond to that shown on the name plate? Is the wiring and piping correct? Is the unit safely grounded? Are the wire sizes according to specifications? Are the air outlets and inlets of the indoor and outdoor units free of blockage? Are refrigerant piping lengths and additional refrigerant charges written down?

Result of improper installation Insufficient cooling may result and efficiency is reduced. Condense may drip. Condense may drip. The unit may malfunction or components may burn out. The unit may malfunction or components may burn out. Dangerous electric leakage may result. The unit may malfunction or components may burn out. Insufficient cooling may result and efficiency is reduced. The system' s refrigerant charge is not known .

Checked

1. BEFORE INSTALLATION <Do not throw away any of the parts or contents packaged with this unit until installation is completed.> Plan a convenient path for transporting the unit prior to unpacking or installing it. Unpack the unit at the site of installation. In the event that the unit is unpacked away from the installation site, use a wrap, sheet or some other device when lifting or transporting it to avoid scratches or other damage.

2. SELECTING AN INSTALLATION SITE The installation site should be chosen considering the specifications of FIG.1 and 2, along with the individual Preferences of the user. Optimum air distribution is ensured. The air passage is not blocked. Condensate can drain properly. Sufficient clearance for maintenance and servicing is ensured. Piping between the indoor and outdoor units is within the allowable limits. (Refer to the installation manual for the outdoor unit.) Install in a machine room that is free of moisture. The unit is designed for indoor use. Required space for installation

INLET

XQLWPP

3. PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION Prepare following items before installation Preparation floor strong enough for weight of machine. Lay out point for put insert nut at the floor on TABLE 1. Checked machine level not incline by water level (FIG.2) Setting machine to the position as table and tightening with bolt of insert nut.

INDOOR UNIT

BOLT

BOLT

TABLE 1 MODEL

A (mm)

FVG05,06

780

FVG08

960

FVG10

1180

FIG 2

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2

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Indoor unit

2.2

FVPG-B

2.2.1

Names and functions for parts

AIR FLOW OUT

d

2 a

I KI

N

d h

c

AIR

OW

FL

IN

AIR FLOW OUT

DA

e

g c AIR

OW

FL

IN

f b

a

INDOOR UNIT

b

OUTDOOR UNIT

c

INLET AIR FLOW

d

OUTLET AIR FLOW

e

POWER SUPPLY WITH GROUND

f

DRAIN PIPE

g

CONNECTION WIRE BETWEEN OUTDOOR UNIT AND INDOOR UNIT

h

REFRIGERANT PIPING 3PN10376-1B

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2.2.2

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Names and functions of each switch and display on the remote controller 6

8 NOTE. 1

9

FAN

AUTO

COOL

TIMER

HEAT

SLEEP

7

5

MODE

TEMP

1

SWP

TEMP

2

3

4

NOTE. 1 IT CANNOT BE USED FOR FVPG10~20BY1.

NOTE. 1

2.2.3

Operation procedure

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2.2.4

Indoor unit

Installation MODEL FVPG 10 13 15 18 20BY1

AIR CONDITIONER INSTALLATION MANUAL SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS Please read these “Safety considerations” carefully before installing air conditioning unit and be sure to install it correctly. After completing installation, conduct a trial operation to check for faults and explain to the customer how to operate te the air conditioner and take care of it with the aid of the operation manual. Ask the customer to store the installation manual al along with the operation manual for future reference.

2

This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not accessible to the general public.”

Meaning of Warning and Caution notices ! WARNING ……Failure to follow these instructions properly may result in personal injury or loss of life. ! CAUTION ……..Failure to observe these instructions properly may result in property damage or personal injury which may be serious depending on the circumstances

WARNING Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out installation work. Do not attempt to install the air conditioner yourself. Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. Install the air conditioner in accordance with the instructions in this installation manual . Improper ro installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. Consult your local dealer regarding what to do in case of refrigerant leakage . When the air conditioner is to be installed in a small room it is necessary to take proper measures so that the amount of any leaked refrigerant does not exceed the concentration limit in the event of a leakage. Otherwise, this may lead to an accident due to oxygen depletion. Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts for installation work. Failure to use the specified parts may result in the unit falling, water leakage, electric shocks or fire. Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough to withstand the weight of the unit. A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injury. Carry out the specified installation work after taking into account strong winds, typhoons or earthquakes. Failure to do so during installation work may result in the unit falling and causing accidents. Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried out by qualified personnel according to local laws and regulations and this installation manual. Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires are used, and that there is no strain on the terminal connections or wires. Improper connections or securing of wires may result in abnormal heat build-up or fire. When wiring the power supply and connecting the remote controller wiring and transmission wiring, position the wires so that the control box lid can be securely fastened. Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in electric shocks fire or the terminals overheating. If refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the area immediately. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant comes into contact with fire. After completing installation, check for refrigerant gas leakage. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant gas leaks into the room and comes into contact with a source of fire, such as a fan heater, stove or cooker. Be sure to switch off the unit before touching any electrical parts. Do not directly touch refrigerant that has leaked from refrigerant pipes or other areas, as there is a danger of frostbite. Do not allow children to climb on the outdoor unit and avoid placing objects on the unit. Injury may result if the unit becomes loose and falls. Be sure to earth the air conditioner. Do not earth the unit to a utility pipe, lightning conductor or telephone earth lead. Imperfect earthling may result in electric shocks. Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker. Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks or fire.

CAUTION While following the instructions in this installation manual, install drain piping to ensure proper drainage and insulate piping to prevent condensation. Improper drain piping may result in indoor water leakage and property damage. pro Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by small animals. Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please instruct the customer to keep the area around the unit clean. Disposal requirements Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations: Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the 1. Where there is a high concentration of mineral oil spray or vapor refrigerant, of oil and of other parts must (e.g. a kitchen). be done in accordance with relevant Plastic parts will deteriorate, parts may fall off and water leakage local and national legislation. could result. 2. Where corrosive gas, such as sulphurous acid gas, is produced. Corroding of copper pipes or soldered parts may result in refrigerant leakage. 3. Near machinery emitting electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic radiation may disturb the operation of the control system and result in a malfunction of the unit. 4. Where flammable gas may leak, where there is carbon fiber or ignitable dust suspensions in the air, or where volatile flammables such as paint thinner or gasoline are handled. Operating the unit in such conditions may result in fire.

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TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING INSTALLATION AND CHECK THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AFTER INSTALLATIONS FINISHED Item to be checked Has the gas leak test been performed? Is the unit properly insulated? Is the drain flow smooth? Does the power supply voltage correspond to that shown on the name plate? Is the wiring and piping correct? Is the unit safely grounded? Are the wire sizes according to specifications? Are the air outlets and inlets of the indoor and outdoor units free of blockage? Are refrigerant piping lengths and additional refrigerant charges written down?

1.

Result of improper installation Insufficient cooling may result and efficiency is reduced. Condense may drip. Condense may drip. The unit may malfunction or components may burn out. The unit may malfunction or components may burn out. Dangerous electric leakage may result. The unit may malfunction or components may burn out. Insufficient cooling may result and efficiency is reduced. The system' s refrigerant charge is not known.

Checked

BEFORE INSTALLATION <Do not throw away any of the parts or contents packaged with this unit until installation is completed.> Plan a convenient path for transporting the unit prior to unpacking or installing it. Unpack the unit at the site of installation. In the event that the unit is unpacked away from the installation site, use a wrap, sheet or some other device when lifting or transporting it to avoid scratches or other damage.

2.

SELECTING AN INSTALLATION SITE The installation site should be chosen considering the specifications of FIG. 1 and 2, along with the individual preferences of the user. Optimum air distribution is ensured. The air passage is not blocked. Condensate can drain properly. Sufficient clearance for maintenance and servicing is ensured. Pi ping between the indoor and outdoor units is within the allowable limits. (Refer to the installation manual for the outdoor unit. ) Install in a machine room that is free of moisture.The unit is designed for indoor use. Required space for installation AIR FLOW OUTLET

AIR FILTER

AIR FLOW INLET

AIR FLOW

unit : mm MIN

10

0

00

1

MIN

MIN

50

0

900

MIN

MIN10 t4&37*$&"3&"

SERVICE AREA

3.

FIG 1FIG 1

PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION Prepare following items before installation Preparation floor strong enough for weight of machine. Lay out point for put insert nut at the floor on TABLE 1. Checked machine level not incline by water level (FIG. 2). Setting machine to the position as table and tightening with bolt of insert nut.

B BOLT

TABLE 1 MODEL FVPG10 FVPG13,15 FVPG18,20

WATER LEVEL

A (mm) 1180 1210 1510

BOLT (COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE)

B (mm) 394 602 602

FIG 2

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FD-KA

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Installation FD05KAY1 FD08KAY1 FD13KAY1 FD18KAY1

FD06KAY1 FD10KAY1 SPLIT SYSTEM Air Conditioners FD15KAY1 FD20KAY1

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Installation manual

CONTENTS SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS.................................................................................... 1 1. BEFORE INSTALLATION.......................................................................................... 3 2. SELECTING AN INSTALLATION SITE...................................................................... 4 3. PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION.............................................................. 5 4. INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION................................................................................. 5 5. REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK................................................................................ 6 6. DRAIN PIPING WORK............................................................................................... 7 7. ELECTRIC WIRING................................................................................................... 7 8. TEST OPERATION.................................................................................................... 9 9. MAINTENANCE (FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL)...................................................... 9 10. NOT MALFUNCTION OF THE AIR CONDITIONER...............................................10 11. TROUBLE SHOOTING............................................................................................11

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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS Please read these "SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS" carefully before installing air conditioning unit and be sure to install it correctly. After completing installation, conduct a trial operation to check for faults and explain to the customer how to operate the air conditioner and take care of it with the aid of the operation manual. Ask the customer to store the installation manual along with the operation manual for future reference. This air conditioner comes under the term â&#x20AC;&#x153;appliance not accessible to the general publicâ&#x20AC;? . Meaning of Warning and Caution notices. WARNING .......Failure to follow these instructions properly may result in personal injury or loss of life. CAUTION ........Failure to observe these instructions properly may result in property damage or personal injury, which may be serious depending on the circumstances.

WARNING t Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out installation work.

Do not attempt to install the air conditioner yourself. Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. t Install the air conditioner in accordance with the instructions in this installation manual. Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. t Consult your local dealer regarding what to do in case of refrigerant leakage. When the air conditioner is to be installed in a small room, it is necessary to take proper measures so that the amount of any leaked refrigerant does not exceed the concentration limit in the event of a leakage. Otherwise, this may lead to an accident due to oxygen depletion. tBe sure to use only the specified accessories and parts for installation work. Failure to use the specified parts may result in the unit falling,water leakage, electric shocks or fire. tInstall the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough to withstand the weight of the unit. A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injury. tCarry out the specified installation work after taking into account strong winds, typhoons or earthquakes. Failure to do so during installation work may result in the unit falling and causing accidents. tMake sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried out by qualified personnel according to local laws and regulations and this installation manual. An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical construction may lead to electric shocks or fire. tMake sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires are used, and that there is no strain on the terminal connections or wires. Improper connections or securing of wires may result in abnormal heat build-up or fire. tWhen wiring the power supply and connecting the remote controller wiring and transmission wiring, position the wires so that the control box lid can be securely fastened. Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in electric shocks, fire or the terminals overheating. tIf refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the area immediately. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant comes into contact with fire. tAfter completing installation, check for refrigerant gas leakage. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant gas leaks into the room and comes into contact with a source of fire, such as a fan heater, stove or cooker. tBe sure to switch off the unit before touching any electrical parts. tDo not directly touch refrigerant that has leaked from refrigerant pipes or other areas, as there is a danger of frostbite. 1 3PN10228-1A

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WARNING tDo not allow children to climb on the outdoor unit and avoid placing objects on the unit.

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Injury may result if the unit becomes loose and falls. tBe sure to earth the air conditioner.

Do not earth the unit to a utility pipe, lightning conductor or telephone earth lead. Imperfect earthing may result in electric shocks. tBe sure to install an earth leakage breaker. Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks or fire.

CAUTION Â&#x2021; While following the instructions in this installation manual, install drain piping to ensure proper drainage and insulate piping to prevent condensation. Improper drain piping may result in indoor water leakage and property damage. Â&#x2021;Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by small animals.  Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please in struct the customer to keep the area around the unit clean. Â&#x2021; Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations: 1. Where there is a high concentration of mineral oil spray or vapour (e.g. a kitchen). Plastic parts will deteriorate, parts may fall off and water leakage could result.  2. Where corrosive gas, such as  sulphurous acid gas, is produced. Corroding of copper pipes or soldered parts may result in refrigerant leakage. 3. Near machinery emitting electromagnetic radiation.  Electromagnetic radiation may disturb the operation of the control system and result in a malfunction of the unit. 4. Where flammable gas may leak, where there is carbon fibre or ignitable dust suspensions in the air, or where volatile flammables such as paint thinner or gasoline are handled. Operating the unit in such conditions may result in fire. Disposal requirements Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, of oil and of other parts must be done in accordance with relevant local and national legislation.

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ACCESSORIES

Check if the following are included with your unit.

Insulation Clamp Switch box Switch box Name Installation for fitting <FD05-10> <FD13-20> manual Quantity

1 each

1 pc 1

2 pcs

1 pc

1 pc

3

For gas pipe

Shape 2

For liquid pipe

OPTIONS The following optional remote controller is available for this indoor unit. Remote controller

BRC1NU64

NOTE) A commercially available remote controller can be used if its specifications are compatible with those shown in the wiring diagram and technical materials. TAKE SPECIAL CARE DURING INSTALLATION AND CHECK THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AFTER INSTALLATION IS FINISHED. Items to be checked Is the indoor unit securely installed? Has the gas leak test been performed? Is the unit properly insulated? Is the drain flow smooth?

Result of improper installation The unit may drop, vibrate or make noise. Insufficient cooling may result. Condensate may drip. Condensate may drip.

Does the power supply voltage correspond to that shown on the name plate? Is the wiring and piping correct?

The unit may malfunction or components may burn out.

Is the unit safely grounded? Are the wire sizes according to specifications?

Dangerous electric leakage may result. The unit may malfunction or components may burn out.

Are the air outlets and inlets of the indoor and outdoor units free of blockage?

Insufficient cooling may result.

Checked

The unit may malfunction or components may burn out.

Are refrigerant piping lengths and additional The systemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s refrigerant charge is not known. refrigerant charges written down?

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BEFORE INSTALLATION

<Do not throw away any of the parts or contents packaged with this unit until installation is completed.> Plan a convenient path for transporting the unit prior to unpacking or installing it. Unpack the unit at the site of installation. In the event that the unit is unpacked away from the installation site,use a wrap sheet or some other device when lifting or transporting it to avoid scratches or other damage.

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2 SELECTING AN INSTALLATION SITE (1) The installation site should be chosen considering the specifications of Fig.1 and 2, along with the individual preferences of the user. Optimum air distribution is ensured. The air passage is not blocked. Condensate can drain properly. The ceiling is strong enough to bear the weight of the indoor unit A ceiling with a sturdy level surface. Sufficient clearance for maintenance and servicing is ensured Piping between the indoor and outdoor units is within the allowable limits. (Refer to the installation manual for the outdoor unit. The indoor unit, outdoor unit, power supply wiring and transmission wiring is at least 1 meter away from televisions and radios .This prevent image interference and noise in electrical appliances. (Noise may be generated depending on the conditions under which the electric wave is generated, even if a one-meter allowance is maintained Install in a machine room that is free of moisture. The unit is designed for indoor use. (2) Use suspension bolts to install the unit. Check whether or not the ceiling is strong enough to support the weight of the unit. If there is a risk that the ceiling is not strong enough, reinforce the ceiling before installing the unit

2

(3) Filter (available commercially) must be installed within the duct (refer to Fig. 2) Do not operate without a return air filter. Required space for installation 800 or more

Fig.1 800 or more Air outlet duct

SERVICE SPACE

Air flow passage

Air flow passage

SERVICE SPACE 800 or more

1200 or more

800 or more

800 or more

800 or more

Air inlet duct

Air outlet duct

Air inlet duct

< FD05-10 >

230 or more When installing the switch box, the suspension bolt should be 230 mm or more away from the unit (so that maintenance can easily be carried out the switch box).

SERVICE SPACE

< FD13-20 > Fig.2

Provide enough clearance between the unit and the surrounding walls to prevent contact.

Provide enough clearance between the unit and the surrounding walls to prevent contact. Ceiling surface

< FD05-10 >

Drain pan Return air filer (commercially available)

A

720 or more

Model FD05-06 FD08-10 type type 520 570

60 or more

A or more

Ceiling surface

Return air filter (commercially avaliable)

< FD13-20 >

Supporting plate (commercially avaliable)

(See Fig.2 in reference to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aâ&#x20AC;?)

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Switch box : 1 Remove the screws and the bracket. 2 Turn over the bracket so that it is upside-down, then re-install it.  

Fig.6

2

Water level Water level

Vinyl tube

< FD05-10 >

WARNING When attaching the switch box to the main unit, be sure to use the enclosed screws (M5x8)

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REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK

Vinyl tube

< FD13-20 > Fig.7 Cut before heating cardboard

Water level

Plug

(For outdoor units, see the outdoor unit installation manual) Fig.8 Insertion length L To outdoor unit

Brazing

Fig.9

Refrigerant piping size

Model FD05-06 type FD08 type FD10-13 type FD15-20 type

Gas pipe 19.1 x t0.8, L=10 22.2* x t0.8, L=10 28.6* x t0.8, L=10 34.9* x t0.9, L=14

Liquid pipe 9.5 x t0.7, L = 7 12.7 x t0.8, L = 8 12.7 x t0.8, L = 8 15.9 x t0.8, L = 8 8QLWPP Note 1. * Temper of pipe is 1/2H type(In thre table indicate the material type specified in JIS H3300) 2. See Fig. 8 in reference to “L” Remove the card board and cut the end of the plug before heating the pipes to remove the plug (refer Fig.7). After brazing the pipes as show in Fig.8 use the fitting insulation to secure the pipe inside of the unit (see Fig.9, 10-1 and 10-2). Install the fitting insulation as close to the body as possible to absorb leaking condensation. Clamp the fitting insulation with the attached clamp 3 as shown in Fig. 9. Wrap the fitting insulation’s joins with tape (commercially available), make sure that there is no gap between the fitting insulation (see Fig. 10-2).

Indoor unit

90

WARNING Do not mix gas other than the specified refrigerant into  the refrigerant cycle. Ventilate the area if any refrigerant leak during installation. Piping should be brazed onto the indoor unit. Check the size of the refrigerant piping with chart below. Use seamless copper piping only.

Fitting Insulation 1 Clamp 3 (attached) (attached) Fitting Insulation 2

Gas piping

(attached)

Fluid piping Insulate the piping using the fitting insulation (commercially available)

Fig. 10-1 Indoor unit out side 15 or more inside 1 ( 2 ) Seal the hole

Fig. 10-2

Fitting Insulation (commercially available)

Taps (commercially available)

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A

Slant

WARNING Fig.11 PT3/4 Internal thread The drain pipe must be installed as show in the diagram to avoid water damage caused by leaks and condensation Bottom of the unit Assemble the unit as shown in Figure. 11. Drain trap Drain plug The drain pipe outlet can be installed on either the left or right side. The drain plug can be removed Insulate fixing Insulate securely Extra drain plan and placed on either the left or right side as well. (commercially available) For best results, try to keep the piping as short as possible.Slant the piping at an angle to improve airflow (the drain pipe provided with the indoor unit FD13-20 Type FD05-06 Type is PT 3/4 internal thread).See Fig. 11. FD08-10 Type Securely insulate the drain pipe. 50 100 85 A It is necessary to provide a drain trap in the drain outlet to relieve negative pressure that exists within the unit compared to the outside atmospheric pressure when the unit is operating. Keep pipes as straight as possible for easy cleaning and to prevent the accumulation of dirt and debris. After closing the drain pipe on the opposite side of the unit, completely wrap the drain pipes with insulation (Fig.11) Pour water in the drain pan to test for smooth drainage In humid environments, use an extra drain plan to cover the entire area of the Indoor unit.

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ELECTRIC WIRING

All commercially available supplies, materials and electrical parts must conform to local codes. Use copper wire only. For electric wiring work, refer to the "WIRING DIAGRAMâ&#x20AC;? attach to the unit. For remote controller wiring, refer to the remote controllerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s installation manual. All wiring must be performed by an authorized electrician. A circuit breaker capable of controlling the power supply to the entire system must be installed. Refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit for the size of the power supply electrical wire to be used to connect with the outdoor unit, the capacity of the circuit breaker/switch, and wiring instructions. <Methods of unit wiring and connecting remote controller cords> Open the switch box cover by removing the screws (see Fig.12 on page 8). For connection between the power supply and the motor, refer Fig.13 on page 8 Connect the wiring to the corresponding phase on the magetic contactor. For connection between the indoor/outdoor remote controller, refer to Fig.13 on page 8. Use the the outdoor wires to the indoor terminal. corresponding numbers on the outdoor unit to connect  Refer to the manual attached to the remote controller (optional) and the wiring diagram for the indoor unit Push the wires through the wiring outlet located on the bottom of the switch box (see Figs.12 and 13 on page 8). After the wires are connected, keep them stored within the switch box to prevent damage. Use round crimp-style terminal for connection to the power supply terminal block. Where they can not be use, refer to the following. Round crimp-style terminal Electric Wire

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<< WARNING >> wire to connecting while below mentioned Observe the notes the power supply terminal board. Connect wires Do not connect wires of different gauges of the same to the same power supply terminal. size on both sides (Looseness in the connection may cause overheating. When connecting wires of the same gauge, connect them according to the figure on the right.

Do not connect wires Do not connect of the same gauge to wires of different gauges. only one side

Note) A commercially available remote controller can be used if its specifications are compatible with those shown in the wiring diagram and technical materials. REMOTE CONTROLER WIRING SPECIFICATIONS size (mm2 )

wire Unit remote controller

UL1015 AWG18 or equivalent

0.75 each

CAUTION Be sure to use 3 - minute delay timer when starting the compressor, otherwise the compressor may not start. Install the switch box in an easily accessible location (see Fig.14 on page 9). if there is no place nearby that might provide easy access to the switch box, install it onto the air inlet side of the indoor unit using the two holes on the side plate. WARNING Do not install the switch box on the air outlet side of coil (heat exchanger), or under any of the surrounding piping to avoid electric fire or shock caused by leaking condensation. Install the wiring of the switch box facedown. Clamp the earth and power supply wires together to provide support and relieve tension at the earth terminal (see Fig.15 on page 9).

FD05-10 type

FD13-20 type

Fig.12 Magnetic contactor

Magnetic contactor

Clamp (commercially available)

Clamp (commercially available)

Wiring diagram

XS

Terminal

Terminal

Wiring outlet

connection for power supply motor

connection for power supply motor

Connection for indoor / outdoor remote controller

Connection for indoor / outdoor remote controller

Fig.13

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See Fig. 15 Ceiling surface Outlet side of indoor unit

Power supply Circuit breaker

indoor unit

Switch box. Outdoor unit Remote controller

Fig.14

Earth terminal Clamp clamp Power supply Earth wire Earth wire

Fan motor lead wire

Earth terminal

< FD13-20 >

< FD05-10 > Fig.15

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TEST OPERATION

Check to make sure that all installation procedures have been completed according to the installation manual for the indoor unit, outdoor unit and the remote controller. Turn on the remote controller to check the rotational direction of the fan and for proper air flow. If the fan rotates in the wrong direction, change the power phase supply connection (3 phase models). After connection changes or any other adjustments are made, allow the unit to run in order to confirm that it is operating properly. Check tension of V-belt on indoor fan pulley after 24 hr. operation. (Refer to MAINTENANCE)

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MAINTENANCE (FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL)

Only a qualified service person is allowed to perform maintenance WARNING BEFORE OBTAINING ACCESS TO TERMINAL DEVICES, ALL POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS MUST BE INTERRUPTED. To clean the air conditioner, be sure to stop operation, and turn the power switch off. Otherwise, an electric shock and injury may result. Do not wash the air conditioner with water doing so may result in an electric shock. Be careful with a scaffold or staging. Caution must be exercised because of work at a high place. CLEANING THE AIR FILTER Be sure always to clean the unit before use at the beginning of summer (Dirt and dust caught in the air filter cause a drop in airflow, which leads to a decline in performance.). When using the unit in a location where dirt may easily accumulate, clean the unit more frequently. Once every 2 weeks is recommended. NOTE The air filter and the suction grille are commercially available. Ask your dealer how to clean them. 9

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START UP AFTER A LONG STOP Confirm the following Check that the air inlet and outlet are not blocked. Remove any obstacle. Check if the earth is connected.

2

Clean the air filter After cleaning the air filter, make sure to attach it. Turn on the main power supply switch The display on the remote controller will be shown when the power is turned on. WHAT TO DO WHEN STOPPING THE SYSTEM FOR A LONG PERIOD Turn on FAN OPERATION for a half day and dry the unit. Cut off the power supply. When the main power switch is turned on, some watts of electricity is being used even if the system is not operating. Turn off the main power supply switch for saving energy. The display on the remote controller will vanish when the main power switch is turned off. WARNING It necessary to confirm tension per one fan V-belt after operate for 24~28 hours from the first operation. Fan V-belt confirmation method 1. Take off service cover. 2. Adjust nut of adjusting bolt to move motor pulley in order to adjust tension of V-belt. Â&#x2021;7KHVXLWDEOHWHQVLRQSHURQHIDQ9EHOW : DUHVKRZQLQWDEOH L

FD05 ~ 10 FD13 ~ 20

: 1

V-BELT / PP

5 13.7~20.6 A type 22.6~34.3 B type 4

W

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NOT MALFUNCTION OF THE AIR CONDITIONER

The following symptoms do not indicate air conditioner malfunction 1) THE SYSTEM DOES NOT OPERATE The system does not restart immediately after the ON/OFF button is pressed. ,IWKH23(5$7,21ODPSOLJKWVWKHV\VWHPLVLQLWVQRUPDORSHUDWLQJFRQGLWLRQ It does not restart immediately because one of its safety devices actuates to prevent the system from being overloaded. The system will turn on again automatically after the passage of three minutes. The system does not restart immediately when the TEMPERATURE SETTING button is returned to its former position after pushing. ,IWKH23(5$7,21ODPSOLJKWVWKHV\VWHPLVLQLWVQRUPDORSHUDWLQJFRQGLWLRQ It does not restart immediately because one of its safety devices actuates to prevent the system from being overloaded. The system will turn on again automatically after the passage of three minutes. The system does not start immediately after the power supply is turned on. Wait one minute until the microcomputer is prepared for operation.

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2) WHITE MIST COMES OUT OF A UNIT When humidity is high during cooling operation. (In oily or dusty places) If the inside of indoor unit is extremely contaminated, the temperature distribution inside a room becomes uneven. It is necessary to clean the inside of the indoor unit. Ask your Daikin dealer for details on cleaning the unit. This operation requires a qualified service person. 3) NOISE OF AIR CONDITIONERS A continuous flow “SHUH” sound is heard when the systems is in COOLING OPERATION. This is the sound of refrigerant gas flowing though both indoor and outdoor units. A “SHUH” sound which is heard at the start or immediately after the stop of operation. This is the noise of refrigerant caused by flow stop and flow change. 4) DUST FROM THE UNITS Dust may blow out from the unit after starting operation from long resting time. Dust absorbed by the unit blows out. 5) THE UNITS GIVE OFF ODORS The unit absorbs the smell of rooms, furniture, cigarettes, etc., and then emits them.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

1) If one of the following malfunctions occurs, take the measures shown below and contact your dealer. The system must be repaired by qualified service person. When the air conditioner is in abnormal conditions (something burning, etc), turn off the main breaker , and contact your dealer. Continued operation under such circumstances may result in a failure, electric shock, and fire. If a safety device such as a fuse, a breaker, or an earth leakage breaker frequently actuates or ON/OFF switch does not properly work. Measure: Turn off the main power switch If water leaks from unit. Measure: Stop the operation. 2) If the system does not properly operate except for the above mentioned case, and none of the above mentioned malfunctions is evident, investigate the system according to the following procedures. If the system does not operate at all. Check if there is a power failure. Wait until power is restored. Check if the fuse has blown or breaker has worked. Change the fuse or set the breaker. If the system stops operating after operating the system. Check if the air inlet or outlet of outdoor or indoor unit is blocked by obstacles. Remove the obstacle and make it well-ventilated. Check if the air filter is clogged. Contact qualified service person to clean the air filters. (Refer to MAINTENANCE) The system operates but it does not sufficiently cool. If the air inlet or outlet of the indoor or the outdoor unit is blocked with obstacles. Remove the obstacle and make it well-ventilated. If the air filter is clogged. Ask a qualified service person to clean the air filters. (Refer to MAINTENANCE) If the set temperature is not proper. 11

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If the door or the windows is open. Shut doors or windows to prevent wind from outside coming in. If direct sunlight enters the room (when cooling). Use curtains or blinds. When there are too many habitants in the room (when cooling). Cooling effect decreases if heat gain of the room is too large. If the heat source of the room is excessive (when cooling). Cooling effect decreases if heat gain of the room is too large.

2

3) In case of abnormal sound which may cause from low or high tension of fan V-belt after operate for long time, please contact your dealer to adjust fan V-belt. (Refer to MAINTENANCE) 4) Moving and discarding the unit Contact your dealer for removing and reinstalling the system air conditioner since they require technical expertise. The system air conditioner uses fluorocarbon refrigerant. Contact your dealer for discarding the system air conditioner since it is required by law to collect, transport and discard the refrigerant in accordance with relevant local and national regulations. Use recovery machine to recover refrigerant because outdoor unit does not have function of pump down.

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RU05NY1 / RU06NY1

3.1.1

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RU08NY1 / RU10NY1 / RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

3.2.1

Installation

AIR CONDITIONER < Cooling only> RU08NY1, RU10NY1, RU13NY1, RU15NY1, RU18NY1, RU20NY1

OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION MANUAL READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION. KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A HANDY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

1PN09895-1C SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS Please read these “Safety considerations” carefully before installing air conditioning unit and be sure to install it correctly. After completing installation, conduct a trial operation to check for faults and explain to the customer how to operate the air conditioner and take care of it with the aid of the operation manual. Ask the customer to store the installation manual along with the operation manual for future reference. This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not accessible to the general public”. Meaning of Warning and Caution notices Warning.......Failure to follow these instructions properly may result in personal injury or loss of life. Caution .......Failure to observe these instructions properly may result in property damage or personal injury, which . may be serious depending on the circumstances.

WARNING t Ask your dealer or qualified personnel to carry out installation work. Do not attempt to install the air conditioner yourself. Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. t Install the air conditioner in accordance with the instructions in this installation manual. Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shocks or fire. t Consult your local dealer regarding what to do in case of refrigerant leakage. When the air conditioner is to be installed in a small room, it is necessary to take proper measures so that the amount of any leaked refrigerant does not exceed the concentration limit in the event of a leakage. Otherwise, this may lead to an accident due to oxygen depletion. s Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts for installation work. Failure to use the specified parts may result in the unit falling,water leakage, electric shocks or fire. s Install the air conditioner on a foundation strong enough to withstand the weight of the unit. A foundation of insufficient strength may result in the equipment falling and causing injury. t Carry out the specified installation work after taking into account strong winds, typhoons or earthquakes. Failure to do so during installation work may result in the unit falling and causing accidents. t Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this unit and that all electrical work is carried out by qualified personnel according to local laws and regulations and this installation manual. An insufficient power supply capacity or improper electrical construction may lead to electric shocks or fire. t Make sure that all wiring is secured, the specified wires are used, and that there is no strain on the terminal connections or wires. Improper connections or securing of wires may result in abnormal heat build-up or fire. t When wiring the power supply and connecting the remote controller wiring and transmission wiring, position the wires so that the control box lid can be securely fastened. Improper positioning of the control box lid may result in electric shocks, fire or the terminals overheating. t If refrigerant gas leaks during installation, ventilate the area immediately. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant comes into contact with fire. t After completing installation, check for refrigerant gas leakage. Toxic gas may be produced if the refrigerant gas leaks into the room and comes into contact with a source of fire, such as a fan heater, stove or cooker. t Be sure to switch off the unit before touching any electrical parts. t Do not directly touch refrigerant that has leaked from refrigerant pipes or other areas, as there is a danger of frostbite. t Do not allow children to climb on the outdoor unit and avoid placing objects on the unit. Injury may result if the unit becomes loose and falls. t Be sure to earth the air conditioner. Do not earth the unit to a utility pipe, lightning conductor or telephone earth lead. Imperfect earthing may result in electric shocks. t Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker. Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks or fire.

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CAUTION t While following the instructions in this installation manual, install drain piping to ensure proper drainage and insulate piping to prevent condensation. Improper drain piping may result in indoor water leakage and property damage. t Make sure to provide for adequate measures in order to prevent that the outdoor unit be used as a shelter by small animals. Small animals making contact with electrical parts can cause malfunctions, smoke or fire. Please in struct the customer to keep the area around the unit clean. t Do not install the air conditioner in the following locations: 1. Where there is a high concentration of mineral oil spray or vapour (e.g. a kitchen). Plastic parts will deteriorate, parts may fall off and water leakage could result. 2. Where corrosive gas, such as sulphurous acid gas, is produced. Corroding of copper pipes or soldered parts may result in refrigerant leakage. 3. Near machinery emitting electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic radiation may disturb the operation of the control system and result in a malfunction of the unit. 4. Where flammable gas may leak, where there is carbon fibre or ignitable dust suspensions in the air, or where volatile flammables such as paint thinner or gasoline are handled. Operating the unit in such conditions may result in fire.

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Disposal requirements Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, of oil and of other parts must be done in accordance with relevant local and national legislation.

NOTE t Read this manual before installation and install the unit according to this manual. t For installation of the indoor unit, refer to the installation manual attached to the indoor unit.

ACCESSORIES Name Quantity Shape

Confirm the following accessories are attached.

Gas side accessory pipe (1)

Gas side accessory pipe (2)

1 pc.

1 pc.

For RU08N For RU10~18N only only

Gas side accessory pipe (3) 1 pc.

For RU15 . 18N only

Gas side accessory pipe (4)

Clamp material

1 pc.

4 pcs.

Other

Installation manual

UNIT DIMENSION Model Name RU08NY1 RU10NY1 RU13NY1 RU15NY1 RU18NY1 RU20NY1

Unit Dimension H u W u D (mm) 1680 u 930 u 765 1680 u 930 u 765 1680 u 1240 u 765 1680 u 1240 u 765 1680 u 1240 u 765 1680 u 1240 u 765

Weight (kg) 203 206 243 319 322 329

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CARRYING-IN t"UEFMJWFSZ UIFQBDLBHFTIPVMECFDIFDLFEBOEBOZEBNBHFTIPVMECFSFQPSUFEJNNFEJBUFMZUPUIFDBSSJFS claims agent. t8IFOIBOEMJOHUIFVOJU UBLFJOUPBDDPVOUUIFGPMMPXJOH 1. Fragile, handle the unit with care. Keep the unit upright in order to avoid compressor damage. 2. Decide on the transportation route. 3. If a forklift is to be use, pass the forklift arms through the large openings on the bottom of the unit. ( Refer to Figure 1) 4. If hanging the unit, use a cloth sling to prevent damaging the unit. Keeping the following point in mind, hang the unit following the procedure shown in Figure 2. t6TFBTMJOHTVรณDJFOUMZTUSPOHUPIPMEUIFNBTTPGUIFVOJU t1MBDFFYUSBDMPUIPSCPBSETJOUIFMPDBUJPOTXIFSFUIFDBTJOHDPNFTJODPOUBDUXJUIUIFTMJOHUPQSFWFOU damage. t)PJTUUIFVOJUNBLJOHTVSFJUJTCFJOHMJGUFEBUJUTDFOUFSPGHSBWJUZ 5. After installation, remove the transportation clasp attached to the large openings. ( Refer to Figure 2 ) 1 ( Refer to Figure 1 ) ( Refer to Figure 2 ) 2 1. Fork 1. Belt sling 2. Hole ( large ) 2. Board 3. Transportation 3. Hole ( large ) clasp ( yellow ) 4. Hole (small ) 4. Fixed screws of transportation clasp Figure 1

2

1

4

3

Figure 2

3

2

4

SELECTION OF INSTALLATION SITE 1. Select a site where the following conditions can be satisfied and make sure the customer agrees to it. t where the space is well ventilated t where the unit does not cause a trouble to the neighbors t where the unit can be installed safely on a level base which withstand the weight and vibration t where the rain can be avoided as much as possible t where the sufficient space for installation is available t where the piping and wiring length between the indoor and outdoor unit is within the allowable distance . t where there is no danger of flammable gas leak . 2. If the local codes restrict the installation height from the ground level, follow the local codes at installation. 1PN09895C

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INSTALLATION SERVICE SPACE

(RU08,10N TYPE)

(RU13,15,18,20N TYPE)

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SINGLE INSTALLATION < Pattern 1 >

10 mm or more

< Pattern 3 >

< Pattern 2 >

300 mm or more

100 mm or more 10 mm or more

( Front ) 500 mm or more

50 mm or more

( Front ) 500 mm or more

300 mm or more

50 mm or more

200 mm or more

This height of the wall is unrestricted.

( Front )

SERIAL INSTALLATION

< Pattern 2 >

< Pattern 1 >

100 mm or more

300 mm or more

10 mm or more 20 mm or more

( Front ) 500 mm or more

10 mm or more 20 mm or more

( Front ) 50 mm or more

100 mm or more

500 mm or more

50 mm or more

100 mm or more

< Pattern 3 >

300 mm or more

200 mm or more

( Front )

400 mm or more

400 mm or more

This height of the wall is unrestricted.

FOR CENTRALIZED GROUP LAYOUT < Patternďź&#x2018;> 300 mm or more

300 mm or more

10 mm or more

10 mm or more

20 mm or more 600 mmor more ( Front )

20 mm or more 500 mm or more

( Front )

10 mm or more

10 mm or more

10 mm or more

20 mm ( Front ) or more 500 mm or more ( Front )

10 mm or more

300 mm or more 10 mm or more

10 mm or more 20 mm or more

< Patternďź&#x2019;> 100 mm or more

100 mm or more

50 mm or more

50 mm or more

100 mm ( Front ) or more 500 mm or more

100 mm ( Front ) or more 500 mm or more

50 mm or more

50 mm or more

100 mm or more 500 mm or more ( Front ) ( Front )

50 mm or more 50 mm or more

50 mm or more

100 mm or more

50 mm or more

100 mm or more

< Unit : mm >

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h2 500 mm

< Suction side >

1500 mm

Wall height for front side no higher than 1500 mm. Wall height on the suction side no higher than 500 mm. Wall height for sides-no limit. If the height is exceeded the above, calculate h1 and h2 shown in the figure, and add h1/2 to the service space of front side and h2/2 to the service space of suction side.

< Front side >

h1

For Pattern 1 and 2

PRECAUTION ON INSTALLATION

20

t Make sure the unit is installed level on a sufficiently strong base to prevent vibration and noise.(Refer to Figure 3) t The base should be bigger around than the width of the unit's legs (66mm),and should support the unit. (Refer to Figure 4) If protective rubber is to be attached, attach it to the whole face of the base. t The height of the base should be at least 150mm from the floor. t Secure the unit to its base using foundation bolts.(Use four comercially available M12-type foundation bolts, nuts,and washers.) t The foundation bolts should be inserted 20 mm.

(Refer to Figure 3) 1.In the case of RU08N type or more,the product cannot be supported with four corners. 2.It is need in the case of RU08N type or more 3.Center of the product 0

>10

0

(Refer to Figure 4)

2

Figure 3

0 >10 >100 3

2

15dia.:4 positions) OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION LEG SHARP AND FOUNDATION DIAGRAM

Figure 4

765

1240 1102

1

B

722-737

RU13,15,18,20N

A

>66

A B 930 792

66(3)

Model RU08,10N

CAUTION

>10

>66

1.Foundation bolt point ( 2.Depth of product 3.Width of support leg

0 >10 100 > 3

1

2

(Unit : mm)

Prepare the drainage ditch around the foundation to drain waste water from around the unit. When installaing the unit on a roof,be sure to waterproof the floor and confirm the floor have enough strenght

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REFRIGERANT PIPING SIZE AND PERMISSIBLE LENGTH (Using a chorine flux may cause the pipes to corrode, and if it contains fluoride it may cause the refrigerant lubricant to deteriorate, adversely affecting the refrigerant piping system) t Use the phosphorus deoxidized seamless copper tube. 1. Confirm the proper refrigerant piping size as follows.

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Refrigerant piping size and permissible pipe length and height difference. Outdoor unit RU08N RU10,13N RU15,18,20N

Refrigerant piping size Maximum allowable length (outer diameter x minimum thickness) (Between outdoor unit and indoor unit) Gas pipe(1/2H type) (mm) Liquid pipe(O type) (mm) Actual pipe length Equivalent length 12.7 x t 0.8 22.2 x t 0.8 28.6 x t 0.8 12.7 x t 0.8 50 m 70 m 34.9 x t 0.9 15.9 x t 0.8

Maximum allowable difference in height (Between outdoor unit and indoor unit) 30 m

The equivalent length is the value of the pressure loss for L joints and traps along the refrigerant piping converted for pipingof the same size and then added. Note) Set the lower limit for the allowable piping to 5 m. If it is shorter than 5 m, the piping will become overloaded with refrigerant, raising the possibililty of malfuntions related to high-pressure.

SELECTION OF PIPING MATERIAL Use the following material specifications for refrigerant piping: t t t t t

Quality of material:Phosphoric acid deoxidized seamless copper for refrigerant. Size:Determine the proper size referring to the diagram above. The wall thickness of the refrigerant piping should comply with relevant local and national regulations. For low pressure side of R22, the design pressure is 1.6 MPa. Temper grade(1/2H type, O type) in the table indicate the material type specified in JIS H3300.

PROTECTION AGAINST CONTAMINATION WHEN INSTALLING PIPING Protect the piping to prevent moisture,dirt,dust,etc. from entering the piping.Exercise special caution to prevent dirt or dust when passing piping through holes in walls and when passing pipe edges to the exterior. Place Outdoor Indoor

Installation period

Protection method

More than a month

Pinch the piping

Less than a month Regardless of the period

Pinch or tape the piping

CAUTION

t Do not use a flux when brazing the refrigerant piping.

For brazing, use phosphor copper brazing filler metal (BCuP) which does not require a flux. (If a chlorine flux is used, the piping will corrode, and if the flux contains fluoride, it will cause the coolant oil to deteriorate, adversely affecting the coolant piping system.

Precautions when using existing refrigerant piping Pay attention to the following points when using existing refrigerant piping. t Improper use can cause accidents. t In the following situations, the existing piping should not be re-used and new piping should be installed. t If the previously used model had problems with its compressor (this might cause oxidized coolant oil, scale residue, and other adverse effects.) t If the indoor or outdoor units were disconnected from the piping for a long period of time (water or dirt might have gotten into the piping.) t If copper piping is corroded. t Flares should not be re-used but rather new ones made in order to prevent leaks. t Check welded connections for gas leaks, if the local piping has welded connections. t Replace deteriorating insulation with new material.

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REFRIGERANT PIPING

* See the installation manual that came with the indoor unit for details on the indoor unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s refrigerant piping

Knock hole <PRECAUTION WHEN MAKING KNOCK HOLE> tOpen knock hole in the base frame by drilling the 4 concave around it with a 6mm bit.(Refer to figure) tBe sure to avoid damaging the casing tAfter Knocking out the holes, we recommend you remove any burrs and paint them using the repair paint to prevent rusting. tWhen passing electrical wiring through the knock holes, protect the wiring with a conduit or bushing making sure not to damage the wiring.

Drill

Concave portion

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CONNECTING REFRIGERANT PIPING Direction to bring out the pipes The local interunit piping can be connected either forward or to the side as shown in the figure (when passing out through the bottom, use the knock hole in the bottom frame.) (taken out through the bottom) Removing Pinch Piping and L-joint (only for RU20N) t8IFODPOOFDUJOHSFGSJHFSBOUQJQJOHUPUIFPVUEPPSVOJU SFNPWFUIFQJODIQJQJOHBOE-KPJOU (Refer to figure below) t1JODIQJQJOHBOE-KPJOUTIPVMECFSFNPWFEVTJOHUIFQSPDFEVSFJOUIFรถHVSFCFMPX Service port Service port

Gas side stop valve (2) Liquid side stop valve

Gas side stop valve (1)

Removed point Pinch piping and L-joint

( Refer to Figure ) 1. Procedure 1 : Confirm the 2 gas side stop valves are closed. 2. Procedure 2 : Connect a charge hose to one of the service port of gas side stop valve and remove the gas from the pinch piping. 3. Procedure 3 : After removing the gas from the piping, dissolve the brazing using a burner and remove the pinch piping and L-joint.

<Only RU20N >

CAUTION After removing the gass, remove the pinch piping and L-joint. Any gas remaining inside may blow off the pinch piping when you dissolve the brazing, causing damage.

FRONT CONNECTION < RU20N >

< RU08-18N >

Gas side stop valve(2)

Liquid side stop valve Gas side stop valve Flange

Flare nut 1

Brazing

4

Gas side stop valve(1) Flange

Liquid side stop valve

Brazing 3 (Only RU15 18NY1 Liquid pipe (Field supplied)

Gas pipe (Field pipe) Remove the stop valve cover.

4 Gas pipe (Field supplied) Liquid pipe (Field supplied) Remove the stop valve cover.

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BOTTOM CONNECTION < RU20N >

< RU08-18N > Gas side stop valve

Liquid side stop valve

Flange

Gas side stop valve(1)

Gas side stop valve(2) Liquid side stop valve

Flare nut Flange

1

Flare nut

Liquid pipe (Field supplied) 2

Brazing

Liquid pipe (Field supplied)

Brazing 4

Knock hole (Make a knock hole.)

2

2

Knock hole (Make a knock hole.)

3 0OMZ36t/:

4 ( Refer to Figure ) 1. Gas side accessory pipe (1) 2. Gas side accessory pipe (2) 3. Gas side accessory pipe (3) 4. Gas side accessory pipe (4)

WARNING t Be sure to use the accessory pipes when connecting the refrigerant piping. t Be sure that the field piping does not contact other pipes, the bottom or front panel.

Be sure to protect the field piping with the insulation, to prevent the field piping from contacting the casing. Preventing foreign objects from entering t Plug the pipe through-holes with putty or insulating material (procured locally) to stop up

all gaps, insects or small animals entering the outdoor unit may cause a shock in the electrical box. Cautions for handling Stop Valve 1. The stop valves for indoor-outdoor connecting piping are closed at shipment from the factory. Service port The names of parts are shown in Figure 5. 2. Since the side boards may be deformed if only a torque wrench is used when loosening or tightening flare nuts, always lock the stop valve with a wrench and then use a torque wrench. Do not place wrenches on the valve cover.

Hexagon hole Seal

Cover

Shaft Figure 5

Continued overleaf

STOP VALVE OPERATION PROCEDURE Confirm the size of the stop valves refering to the diagram right. < OPENING STOP VALVE > 1. Remove the cap and turn the shaft counterclockwise with the hexagon wrench (JIS B4648). 2. Turn the shaft until the shaft stops. Do not apply excessive force to the shaft. Doing so may break the valve body, as the valve is not a backseat type. Always use the special tool. 3. Make sure the tighten the cap securely. < CLOSING STOP VALVE > 1. Remove the cap and turn the shaft clockwise with the hexagon wrench (JIS B4648). 2. Securely tighten the shaft until the shaft contacts the seal. 3. Make sure to tighten the cap securely. For the tightening torque, refer to the below diagram . NOTE t Always use the charge hose for service port connection. t After tightening the cap, confirm that there is no refrigerant leakage.

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Tightening torque (N t m) Stop valve hexagon Stop valve Service port wrench Shaft Cover Bolt size (mm) Cover (Valve body) (Flange)

Liquid side

RU08-13N RU15-20N

4 6

8.1 13.5

9.9 18 16.5 23

22 27

Gas side

RU08-20N

10

17.7

19.6 36

43 22

11.5

13.9

28

CAUTIONS FOR HANDLING VALVE COVER 1. The valve cover is sealed where indicated by the arrow. (Refer to Figure 6) Take care not to damage it. 2. After operating the valve, be sure to tighten the valve cover properly. Tightening torque : refer to the table

CAUTIONS FOR HANDLING SERVICE PORT 1. Work with the charge hose with a pushbar. 2. After the work, tighten the valve cover in place. Tightening torque : refer to the table

Figure 6

PRECAUTIONS REGARDING INSULATION s If there is a possibility that condensation on the stop valve might drip down into the indoor unit through gaps in the insulation and piping because the outdoor unit is located higher than the indoor unit, etc., this must be prevented by corking the connections, etc. s Furthermore, if the temperature/humidity in the ceiling are expected to exceed 30Ë&#x161;C / 80% RH, the insulation material of the refrigerant pipes should be strengthened (to be a thickness of 20 mm or more). There may be some condensation on the surface of the insulation material. s Be sure to insulate the liquid and gas-side branch piping and the refrigerant branch kit. (Not insulating them may leaking.) s Use separate thermal insulation for gas and liquid refrigerant pipes.

CAUTION

Be sure to insulate any field piping all the way to the piping connection inside the unit. Any exposed piping may cause condensation or burns if touched.

CAUTIONS FOR FLARE CONNECTION 1. See the following table for the flare dimensions. 2. When connecting the flare nut, apply refrigerating machine oil to the flare (inside and outside) and first screw the nut 3 or 4 turns by hand. 3. See the following table for the tightening torque. Excessive tightening could crack the flare. 4. After completing the installation, carry out a gas leak inspection of the piping connections with nitrogen and such.

15.8

16.2mm

75.4 N t m

19.0

19.4mm

2

60.3 N t m

90 15.9 mm 61.8

R 0.4

0.8

45

49.5

Flare shape

Dimension of A for flare

2

12.7 mm

Tightening torque

A

Piping size

Coated with refrigerating machine oil

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t If a torque wrench is not available, use Table as a guide. When work is completed, be sure to check that there is no gas leakage. When a wrench is used to tighten the flare nuts, the tightening torque may increase suddenly. From this position tighten only to the angle shown in table. Pipe size

Further tightening angle

Recommended arm length of tool

12.7 mm

30 to 60 degrees

Approx. 250mm

15.9 mm

30 to 60 degrees

Approx. 300mm

2

Be sure to carry out a nitrogen blow when brazing. (Brazing without carrying out nitrogen replacement or releasing nitrogen into the piping will create large quantities of oxidized film on the inside of the pipes, adversely affecting valves and compressors in the refrigerating system and preventing normal operation.) NOTES 1. Refer to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Manual for Installationâ&#x20AC;? for directions on how to carry out nitrogen replacement. (Inquire with your dealer.) 2. Nitrogen should be set to 0.02 MPa (enough so that it can be felt on the skin) with a pressure-reducing valve if brazing while inserting nitrogen into the piping. Refrigerant piping

Part to be Taping brazed Nitrogen

7

hands valve

Pressure-reducing valve

Nitrogen

LEAKAGE TEST AND VACUUM DRYING LEAKAGE TEST AND VACUUM DRYING CAUTION The units were checked for leakage by the manufacturer.Confirm that the liquid side and the gas side valves are firmly closed before leakage test and vacuum drying. Make sure to perform leakage test and vacuum drying by using the service ports of the liquid side stop valve and the gas side stop valve. To prevent entry of any impurities and insure sufficient pressure resistance, always use the special tools dedicated for R22. Service port <LEAKAGE TEST> Liquid side Make sure to use nitrogen gas. stop valve Pressurize the liquid and gas pipes to 1.6MPa Service port (do not pressurize more than 1.6MPa). If the pressure does not drop within 24 hours, Gas side the system passes the test. If the pressure drops, stop valve check where the nitrogen leaks from,and prevent leakage. <VACUUM DRYING> Use a vacuum pump which can evacuate to -100.7 kPa(-755 mmHg) or less. 1. Evacuate the liquid pipe, the gas pipe and the indoor unit to -100.7 kPa or less by using a vacuum pump for more than 2 hours. After stopping the vacuum pump, confirm that the pressure don't rise for more than 1 hour. If the pressure rises, the system may either contain moisture inside or have leakage. 2. Following should be executed if there is a possibility of moisture remaining inside the pipes. (if installation of refrigerant piping is carried out during the raining season or over a long period of time, or if rainwater may enter the pipe during installation, moisture may remain inside the pipes.) After evacuating the liquid pipe,the gas pipe and the indoor unit for more than 2 hours, pressurize the liquid pipe, the gas pipe and the indoor unit to 0.05MPa with nitrogen gas (vacuum break) and evacuate the liquid pipe, the gas pipe and the indoor unit to -100.7 kPa or less for more than 1 hour by using the vacuum pump (vacuum drying) again. If the liquid pipe,the gas pipe and the indoor unit cannot be evacuated to -100.7 kPa or less within 2 hours, repeat the operation of vacuum break and vacuum drying. Then confirm that the pressure don't rise for more than 1 hour after stopping the vacuum pump. 1PN09896C

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LEAKAGE TEST Pressure gauge

Nitrogen

Regulator

Gas side stop valve (Close) Service port (Gas side)(Note.1)

Charge hose

Liquid pipe

Pressure gauge

Outdoor Liquid side unit stop valve (Close) Service port (Liquid side) Indoor unit Gas pipe

Gas side stop valve (Close) Service port (Gas side)(Note.1)

Vacuum Charge hose Liquid pipe pump

Outdoor Liquid side unit stop valve (Close) Service port (Liquid side) Indoor unit Gas pipe

PIPE INSULATION After finishing the leakage test and vacuum drying, insulate the field piping.Take into account the following points: Be sure to insulate the liquid pipe and the gas pipe. Not insulating them may cause water leakage. Be sure the insulation used can withstand 80 C. If there is a possibility that condensation on the stop valves might drip down into the indoor unit through gaps in the insulation and the pipe because the outdoor unit is located higher than the indoor unit, etc., prevent water leakage by caulking the connections,etc.,as shown in the figure right.

Gas side Stop valve(2)

Gas side Stop valve(1) Liquid side stop valve Gas side stop valve

Corking etc. Liquid side stop valve

Corking etc.

Field piping

Field piping

Insulation

Insulation

RU08-18N

8

RU20N

CHARGING OF REFRIGERANT t This unit requires additional charging of refrigerant according to the length of pipe connected at the site. When the entire refrigerant pipe length is within 7.5 meters, the additional charging is not needed.

Write down the amount of extra refrigerant added in accordance with the precaution plate on the rear surface of the control box cover plate, Weighing instrument as this is necessary for after-sales service.

Refrigerant

R22

ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE

Take the following steps for proper charging. 1. Refrigerant charge amount Additional charging of refrigerant Select the appropriate refrigerant charging amount from Table 1 and charge the refrigerant.

Gas side stop valve (Close) Service port (Gas side) Charge hose

Liquid pipe

Outdoor Liquid side unit stop valve (Close) Service port (Liquid side) Gas pipe

Indoor unit

Table 1 Additional charging refrigerant amount <OUTDOOR UNIT> RU08,10,13N

<OUTDOOR UNIT> RU15,18,20N

ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGING AMOUNT = kg

TOTAL LENGTH OF LIQUID PIPE (m)

- 7.5 (m)

x

ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGING AMOUNT PER 1m 0.06 (kg/m)

ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGING AMOUNT = kg

TOTAL LENGTH OF LIQUID PIPE (m)

- 7.5 (m)

x

ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGING AMOUNT PER 1m 0.09 (kg/m)

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CAUTION To persons in charge of piping work: After finishing additional refrigerant charge, open the liquid side stop valve and the gas side stop valve (In case of RU20N, the both gas side valve of (1) and (2)). If the additional refrigerant charge is no need, open the liquid side stop valve and the gas side valve after finishing the vacuum drying

2

(Running the system with the valve closed may break the compressor.)

9

ELECTRICAL WIRING Install the earth leakage circuit breaker. s s s s s s s s s s

Electrical wiring must be carried out by qualified personnel. WARNING Before obtaining access to terminal devices, all supply circuits must be interrupted. WARNING Be sure to ground the air conditioner. CAUTION CAUTION Do not connect the earth wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning conductor or telephone earth wire. Use only copper wires. CAUTION The wiring between the indoor unit and outdoor unit must be for 220~240V. Do not turn on the main switch until all the wiring is completed. The resistance of the grounding must not exceed 100 . When performing electrical wiring, refer also to the wiring diagram affixed to the unit. Use the specified wires and fix them with clamps so that no external forces act on the terminals. For clamping, push the hook in tail end of the clamp to loosen it, pass the wires through it, then fasten the clamp. s Clamp the wiring as shown below, taking care that the wires do not touch the piping. (especially high-pressure piping) s For 3 phase models Make sure to connect power supply cables in normal phase. If connected in reverse phase, , abnormal sound of compressor will be happened or compressor will stop after run around 3 minutes . Change any two of the three power supply cables (L1, L 2 , L 3 ) to correct phase. contact in the magnetic switch should be forcibly turned on while the equipment is inoperative, ) ( Ifthethecompressor will be damaged by a fire. Never try to forcibly turn on the contact. s Never squeeze extra wires into the unit. s Protect the electric wiring with electric wiring pipes or tubes to prevent the edges of the knock holes from damaging it. s Secure the electrical wiring with the included clamping material as shown in the figure below. RU08-10N

Power supply wiring and earth wire

Attach insulation sleeves. X1M L1

Main switch

L1

L2

L3

N

L2

L3

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Wiring between outdoor unit and indoor unit

X2M

N

1 2 3 4 4PN10042-3

Earth terminal

Fuse

Earth wire

RU08-10N

Earth TO INDOOR UNIT

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Attach insulation sleeves.

Wiring between outdoor unit and indoor unit

X1M L1 L1

Power supply wiring and earth wire

Main switch

L2 L2

L3

N

L3

N

4PN10042-2

X2M 1 2 3 4 4PN10042-4 5 6

Fuse

Earth

RU13-20N

TO INDOOR UNIT

Earth terminal Earth wire

<FIXING WIRE> 1

Resin clamp

2

3

<CONNECTING THE EARTH> Cup washer Crimp-style terminal

Clamp material (Another)

Clamp material Wire

Notch Earth wire

1 Pass the wire through the resin clamp. 2 Fix the wire to the resin clamp by the clamp material. 3 Set another clamp material to prevent the wire from coming out.

<TAKING WIRING> s The power wiring and ground wiring are passed out from the power wiring hole on the sides, the front ( knock hole ) or the bottom frame ( knock hole ). s The transmission wiring is passed out from the wiring hole ( knock hole )on the front of the unit or from a piping hole. Note

t Open the knock holes with a hammer or the like. t After knocking out the holes, we recommend you remove any burrs and paint them using the repair paint to prevent rusting.

t When passing wiring throught the knock holes, remove burrs

around the knock holes and protect the wiring with protective tape. ( Refer to the Figure ) t If small animals might enter the unit, block off any gaps ( hatching parts in left figure ) with material ( field supply ).

Observe the notes mentioned below when wiring to the power supply terminal board. (Use a round crimp-style terminal for connection to the power supply terminal board. In case it cannot be used due to unavoidable reasons, be sure to observe the following instruction.) t Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same power supply terminal. (Looseness in the connection may cause overheating.) t When connecting wires of the same gauge, connect them according to the righthand figure. t In wiring, make certain that prescribed wires are used, carry out complete connections, and fix the wires so that outside forces are not applied to the terminals.

Round crimp-style terminal Electric Wire

Connect wires of the same gauge to both side.

Do not connect wires of the same gauge to one side.

Do not connect wires of different gauges.

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In case of connection with FVG08 10B L1 L2 L3 N

MAIN SWITCH FUSE

2 L1 L2 L3 N

OUTDOOR UNIT

1 2 3 4

<RU08 10N>

IN D O O R U N IT

1 2 3

In case of connection with FD08 10KA, FVPG10B L1 L2 L3 N

MAIN SWITCH FUSE

L1 L2 L3 N

OUTDOOR UNIT

1 2 3 4

<RU08 10N>

1 2 3

4

IN D O O R U N IT

In case of connection with FD13 15 18 20KA, FVPG13 15 18 20B L1 L2 L3 N

MAIN SWITCH FUSE

L1 L2 L3 N

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3

4 5

OUTDOOR UNIT

<RU13 15 18 20N>

IN D O O R U N IT

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Power supply (for outdoor unit)

Model combination

RU08N RU10N

Voltage

Indoor unit

Outdoor unit

(V)

Phase Field fuse /Frequency

FVG08B

35 A

FD08KA

30 A

FVG10B

45 A

FVPG10B,FD10KA

380-415 3N /50 Hz

Wire type

40 A

RU13N

FVPG13B,FD13KA

30 A

RU15N

FVPG15B,FD15KA

40 A

RU18N

FVPG18B,FD18KA

45 A

RU20N

FVPG20B,FD20KA

60 A

Wire type of wiring between the units

Size

H05VV-U3 Wire size must comply with the H05VV-U5G application localand nationalcode

H05VV-U4 H05VV-U3 H05VV-U4 H05VV-U5

Instead of fuse , use circuit breaker. Refer to the engineering data for details.

CAUTION To persons in charge of electrical wiring work: s Do not operate the unit until the refrigerant piping is complete. (Running it before the piping is ready will break the compressor.)

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TEST RUN PROCEDURE s Be sure to fully open the liquid-side and gas-side stop valves. s For details on test operation, refer to the Installation Manual of the indoor unit.

Pre-run checks Item to check s Power supply wiring s Wiring between units s Ground wire

s Is the wiring as per the wiring diagram? Make sure no wiring has been forgotten and that there are no missing phases or reverse phases. s Is the unit properly grounded? s Are any of the wiring attachment screws loose? s Is the insulation resistance at least 1M ? s Use a 500V mega-tester when measuring insulation. s * Do not use a mega-tester for circuits which are not 220-240V.

s Refrigerant piping

s Is the size of the piping appropriate? s Is the insulation material for the piping attached securely? Are both the liquid and gas pipes insulated? s Are the stop valves for both the liquid side and the gas side open?

s Extra refrigerant

s Did you write down the extra refrigerant and the refrigerant piping length?

Test run 1. Make sure the liquid and gas stop valves are open. <Be sure to close the outside cover before operation, as not doing so can cause electric shock.> 2. Turn on the remote controller or control panel (refer to indoor unit <Gas side> installation manual ) Open direction 3. Make sure the compressor is not starting and stopping during the <Liquid side> test-run by listening. If it is starting and stopping, immediately stop Open direction the machine using the remote control, and check the refrigerant level, etc. There may be some sort of malfunction. s There is a safety device against malfunctions in the compressor. If a malfunction occurs (including closed stop valves or no gas), the internal safety device may be activated due to the temperature in the compressor rising. Once this happens, the unit will not be able to be run until the temperature in the compressor drops Remove the cover and turn (between 30 minutes and 2 hours),but this does not mean the machine counterclockwise with a is broken. Make sure the unit not being run without gas due to a closed hexa wrench until it stops. stop valve or a gas leak.

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Part 3 Detail information of options 3 1. Accessories.........................................................................................140 1.1 Indoor unit ............................................................................................140 1.2 Outdoor unit..........................................................................................140

2. Remote controller................................................................................141 2.1 BRC1NU64 — Wired remote controller................................................141

3. RU-N ...................................................................................................146 3.1 KKPJ5F180 — Central drain plug ........................................................146 3.2 KWC26C280 / KWC26C450 — Central drain pan kit...........................147

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1. Accessories 1.1

Indoor unit

1.1.1

FD-KA

Optional accessories Name of option

Model FD05KAY1

FD06KAY1

FD08KAY1

FD10KAY1

Remote controller

FD13KAY1

FD15KAY1

FD18KAY1

FD20KAY1

BRC1NU64 3D063520C

1.2

Outdoor unit

1.2.1

RU-N

Optional accessories Name of option Central drain plug Central drain pan kit

Model RU05NY1

RU06NY1

RU08NY1

RU10NY1

KKPJ5F180 —

RU13NY1

RU15NY1

RU18NY1

RU20NY1

— KWC26C280

KWC26C450 4D063395

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2. Remote controller 2.1

BRC1NU64 — Wired remote controller

2.1.1

Names and functions of the operating section (Fig. 1)

9

8 7

6

3 STAGE1 STAGE2 COOL

TEMP

10

2

FIG. 1

FAN

NEXT

3

5

MODE POWER

4

1

)

1. Power The system can be turned on /off by pressing POWER button. 2. Temperature scale Degree C or F can be selected. 3. Temperature setting The setting temperature can be set in a range of 18 – 30 C (64-86 F). 4. Mode setting Operating mode can be changed by pressing MODE button. 5. Next setting To confirm setting during programing press this NEXT button. 6. Fan indicator lamp (green) This lamp stays lit while fan mode function is set. 7. Cool indicator lamp (green) This lamp stay lit while cool mode function is set. 8. Compressor 2 indicator lamp (green) (Stage 2) nd This lamp stay lit while 2 compressor runs. 9. Compressor 1 indicator lamp (green) (Stage 1) st This lamp stay lit while 1 compressor runs. 10. Temperature sensor 2.1.2

Operation procedure ‡ To protect the unit, turn on the main power switch 6 hours before operation. I POWER button Press “POWER” to turn on/off air conditioner. I

MODE but ton Press MODE to change mode of operation from FAN, COOL Operating mode will be displayed on the remote.

I

TEMPE RAT U R E setti ng button Press TEMP to change setting temperature. 3PN10254-1

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2.1.3

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Installation

INSTALLATION MANUAL

Wired Remote Controller Kit MODEL

: BRC1NU64

Mounting and Wiring 1. Using the mounting bracket base as a guide, mark two mounting holes on the wall. Drill two mounting holes. Place anchors (provided) into the holes until flush with the hole. Position bracket on the wall and secure it using mounting screws (provided). Be sure that bracket arrow mark position upward. Mount remote controller to the mounting bracket by fitting it into A and slide downward until it secured by lock.

2

3. Use cable size 0.5-1 mm connect the wires from indoor unit to the remote controller. See wiring diagram of indoor unit for location of remote controller terminals and refer to Fig. 6. for details.

A

Fig. 3. Connect system wires to remote controller terminals (strip wire 8 mm.). Lock

4. Put the cover back. See Fig. 4.

A

Fig. 1. Mounting bracket on wall. Note : Remote controller can be removed using flat screw driver by pressing lock and pushing it upward.

Fig. 4. Put the cover back. 2. Lift and open the cover, pull it up to remove. See Fig. 2.

Fig. 2. Remove the cover.

5. Tighten screw to secure the cover. See Fig. 5.

Fig. 5. Tighten the screw. 3PN10253-1A

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For FD05 10 and AFD05 10 type INDOOR UNIT

C

G

B

Y1 Y2

(FAN) (COMP1) (COMP2)

O

A

D

L

N

LC

3

(LINE) (NEUTRAL)

WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER.

For FD13 20 and AFD13 20 type INDOOR UNIT

C

D

B

G

Y1 Y2

(FAN) (COMP1) (COMP2)

O

A

E

L

N

LC

(LINE) (NEUTRAL)

WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER.

Fig. 6. Wiring connection

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FEATURES 1. Power The system can be turned on /off by pressing POWER button. 2. Temperature scale Degree C or F can be selected. 3. Temperature setting The setting temperature can be set in a range of 18 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 30 C (64-86 F). 4. Mode setting Operating mode can be changed by pressing MODE button.

5. Minimum cooling setpoint The user can program the minimum cooling setpoint for energy saving purpose. 6. Dead band setting The user can select the dead band temperature for Auxiliary to be 1, 2, 3, 4 C (or 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 F). This dead band is defined as follows. Single compressor with unloader P2 (STAGE1)

COOL MODE

P3 (STAGE2)

P4 (UNLOADER)

OFF

OFF

OFF

T set +1 < T room < T set + T

ON

OFF

ON

T room > T set + T +1

ON

ON

OFF

<

T room < T set

<

Two compressors with Main compressor change over feature 1ST OPERATION 2 ND OPERATION COMP 1 P2 (STAGE1)

COOL MODE

COMP 2 P3(STAGE2)

COMP 1 P2 (STAGE1)

COMP 2 P3(STAGE2)

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

T set +1 < T room < T set + T

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

T room < T set + T +1

ON

ON

ON

ON

<

T room < T set

<

<

Note : T = Dead band Temperature. 7. Non-volatile memory All parameters are saved in a non-volatile memory after 15 seconds. 8. Auto restart (option) For Auto restart model (set in Program P5), during a power interruption controller will automatically resume its operation. For Non-auto restart model, during a power interruption the user must press the power button to restart the controller.

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9. Watchdog There is a watchdog circuit to watch the operation of the microprocessor. 10. Compressor delay protection Each time the compressor is off, there will always be a minimum of 3-minute delay before the compressor can restart. Incase of power interruption, the system will have the compressor delay in the range of 3-4 minutes in random order. Auxiliary compressor can turn on after main compressor turns on at least 1 minute.

3

11. Main compressor change over (option) For 2-compressor model (set in Program P4), when both compressors are off, they will switch an operation duty between main and auxiliary on the next operation. 12. Installer mode Installer mode is used to program all parameters to fit with the system used. There are 4 programs. P r ogr am

Remark

S etti ng

P1

C / F display

= C display (default) = F display

P2

Dead band setting

1, 2, 3 or 4 C (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 F) (1 C default)

P3

Minimum cooling set point

18 – 30 C (64 - 86 F) (18 C default)

P4

Configuration

1C – single compressor with unloader (default) 2C – 2 compressor with main comp change over feature

P5

Auto restart

0 – N on auto restart (default) 1 – Auto restart

Programming can be done by a)

, and buttons at the same time for 3 seconds to enter Press and hold the installer mode. Display shows P1-P5 in blinking.

b)

Press

c)

Press

d)

Press

or

button for program selection. button to confirm.

or

button for setting.

e) Press button to confirm and enter to the next program. f) Repeat steps (b) to (e) for other setting. Note : If no button is pressed within 15 seconds, it will exit the installer mode automatically and new setting will be saved in memory. If “MODE” or “POWER” button is pressed in programming period, it will exit the installer mode but setting will not be saved in memory.

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3. RU-N 3.1

KKPJ5F180 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Central drain plug

KKPJ5F180

Dimensions

Unit:mm Drain socket

Drain cap

Drain receiver

J : D3K1342A

Model Item Connecting drain hose

KKPJ5F180 Ď&#x2020;25 (inside diameter)

Installation

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3.2

KWC26C280 / KWC26C450 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Central drain pan kit

3.2.1

Dimensions

KWC26C280 / KWC26C450

Unit (mm)

min. 150 mm

min. 150 mm

Specification: 1. Material: Steel plate (SGCC) 2. Coating color: Ivory (5Y7.5/1) Notes: 1. In order to install this kit, the outdoor unit needs to have the at least 150 mm high beam or independent base. (See the figures below.)

2. In order to install this kit, the outdoor unit needs to have a mounting space as shown in the figure below on either right or left side. Top view of the outdoor unit

Models

When installing < Front side > When installing from the left side from the right side

* This kit can be installed only from the right side when the under-floor piping has been provided already. ** This kit can be installed only from the left side when the conduit has been provided already. Models Outer diameter of drainage socket: Ď&#x2020;25

J : D3K05259A

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3.2.2

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Dimensions with outdoor unit

KWC26C280 with RU08NY1 / RU10NY1

Unit (mm)

3D062888

KWC26C450 with RU13NY1 / RU15NY1 / RU18NY1 / RU20NY1

Unit (mm)

3D062889

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3.2.3

RU-N

Installation

Components Name

Collective Drainage Pan Kit

Outline

Qty

3

Note In order to install this kit, the outdoor unit needs to have the beam or independent base.

min. 150 mm

(2) Independent base min. 150 mm

(1) Beam base

* Check the mounting space before installation.

Mounting space In order to install this kit, the outdoor unit needs to have a mounting space as shown in the figure below on either right or left side. Top view of the outdoor unit

When installing from the left side

< Front side >

When installing from the right side

Notes: 1. This kit can be installed only from the right side when the under-floor piping has been provided already. 2. This kit can be installed only from the left side when the conduit has been provided already.

J : 3K017824A

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Mounting Procedures 1. Place the kit below the outdoor unit’s bottom frame so that the cutout part of the kit is on the front side.

Outdoor unit’s bottom frame

Collective drainage pan kit

Collective drainage pan kit Insert

2. Apply the tabs of the kit to the sockets on the outdoor unit, and then push up the kit until the tabs are securely held by the bottom frame.

Socket

Tab (4 pieces)

Collective drainage pan kit

Bottom frame

30 [For connecting a drainpipe]

Securely attach to the bottom frame

Lower end of outdoor unit Drainpipe connection (Outer diameter of drainage outlet: φ25)

< View of Installed Kit >

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Warning

Daikin Industries, Ltd.’s products are manufactured for export to numerous countries throughout the world. Daikin Industries, Ltd. does not have control over which products are exported to and used in a particular country. Prior to purchase, please therefore confirm with your local authorised importer, distributor and/or retailer whether this product conforms to the applicable standards, and is suitable for use, in the region where the product will be used. This statement does not purport to exclude, restrict or modify the application of any local legislation. Ask a qualified installer or contractor to install this product. Do not try to install the product yourself. Improper installation can result in water or refrigerant leakage, electrical shock, fire or explosion. Use only those parts and accessories supplied or specified by Daikin. Ask a qualified installer or contractor to install those parts and accessories. Use of unauthorised parts and accessories or improper installation of parts and accessories can result in water or refrigerant leakage, electrical shock, fire or explosion. Read the User's Manual carefully before using this product. The User's Manual provides important safety instructions and warnings. Be sure to follow these instructions and warnings. If you have any enquiries, please contact your local importer, distributor and/or retailer.

Cautions on product corrosion 1. Air conditioners should not be installed in areas where corrosive gases, such as acid gas or alkaline gas, are produced. 2. If the outdoor unit is to be installed close to the sea shore, direct exposure to the sea breeze should be avoided. If you need to install the outdoor unit close to the sea shore, contact your local distributor.

JMI-0107

JQA-1452

About ISO 9001 ISO 9001 is a plant certification system defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) relating to quality assurance. ISO 9001 certification covers quality assurance aspects related to the “design, development, manufacture, installation, and supplementary service” of products manufactured at the plant.

About ISO 14001 ISO 14001 is the standard defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) relating to environmental management systems. Our group has been acknowledged by an internationally accredited compliance organisation as having an appropriate programme of environmental protection procedures and activities to meet the requirements of ISO 14001.

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Specifications, designs and other content appearing in this brochure are current as of March 2009 but subject to change without notice.

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