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Radio Victoria

Fueguina S.A.

Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

Radio Victoria
Fueguina S.A.

Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

Radio Victoria
Fueguina S.A.

Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

Radio Victoria
Fueguina S.A.

Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

Radio Victoria
Fueguina S.A.

Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

Radio Victoria
Fueguina S.A.

Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

Radio Victoria
Fueguina S.A.

Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

PROGRAMACION DEL CONTROL REMOTO

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Ing. Carlos Antonio Ferre

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Funciones Basicas del Control Remoto


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

Feel Operacion Automatica


COOLING Modo Frio
DRY Mode Desumidificacin
HEATING Modo Calor
FAN Ventilacion
SLEEP
Auto Fan Speed Control
Auto Vane Operation control
TIMER Operation

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MODO

Temperatura inicial en la
Habitacion

Temperatura inicial

FRIO

26 C o mas

24 C

DESHUMIDIFICACION

20 C A 25 C

18 C

CALOR

MENOR A 20 C

23C

VENTILACION (solo para


los modelos frio)

MENOR A 20 C

23C

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220V AC de alimentacion son transformados en 12V


AC pero es necesario Rectificar a 12V DC.
Este Circuito puede cambiar 12V AC a 12V DC .
Pero este Voltage no es estable y tenemos que
estabilizarlo
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IC2 7805 es un
I.C. Estabilizador
que puede pasar
12V DC a 5V para
asi poder
controlar los
Componentes de
la placa Principal
y Display que
trabajan con 5V
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El Triac BT131
Controla la Velocidad
del Motor de turbina

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Nosotros Podemos Controlar el compresor, motor


ventilador U.E. Valvula inversora Mediante los
relay.
Este circuito es controlado por el micro
Habilitando el relay que corresponda . Cada uno
es comandado por un Transistor

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De Acuerdo a la Capacidad
del equipo o al tipo de Placa
que Utilice el equipo tendra
conectado el puente
JC O el CN7

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Tiene 4 pines para controlar la


posicion del motor high/low
Y su reversa

Alimentado por 12 voltios

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El IC5-ULN2003A es un
inversor, el puede invertir
automaticamente y
transladar una alta
tension (5v)
A una baja tension (0v),y
viceversa.
La Tension es enviada por
el microprocesador.

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Alimentacion 5V
IC3-24C02 es el integrado que
controla y recuerda el estado
que establecemos y los datos
de funcionamiento del equipo

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El IC Controla el Display
encendiendo los segmentos que
el Microprocesador le indica
encender
Alimentacion 5V

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Fallas en Modo Frio


Falta de Refrigerante
Corriente del Compresor es mas baja de la normal
Temperatura del tubo de descarga es Alta
Presion de la valvula de descarga es baja y se escarcha
Exceso de Refrigerante
Si hay Exceso de Refrigerante en el sistema el compresor cortara por sobrecarga
Alta Corriente
Temperatura del tubo de descarga es Alta
Presion de la valvula de descarga es baja y se escarcha
Capilares obstruidos
Cuando un capilar se encuentra obstruido o tapado el flujo de refrigerante ofrecera una resistencia muy alta
activando luego de un tiempo la proteccion por sobrecarga
Alta corriente
Alta temperatura en el tubo de descarga
Presion de la valvula de descarga es baja y se escarcha

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Modo Calor
Falta de Refrigerante
Corriente del Compresor es mas baja de la normal
Temperatura en el tubo de descarga es alta
Exceso de Refrigerante
Si hay Exceso de Refrigerante en el sistema el compresor cortara por sobrecarga
Alta Corriente
Temperatura en el tubo de descarga es alta
Capilares obstruidos
Cuando un capilar se encuentra obstruido o tapado el flujo de refrigerante ofrecera una resistencia
muy alta activando luego de un tiempo la proteccion por sobrecarga
Alta corriente
Alta temperatura en el tubo de descarga
El equipo no opera en modo calor o es baja la temperatura que alcanza el evaporador

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CUANDO EL SENSOR DE TEMPERATURA DE CAO EN LA


UNIDAD INTERIOR LEE 0C O MENOS DURANTE 5 MINUTOS.
EL SENSOR COMIENZA DA UNA ORDEN AL MICRO .
EL COMPRESOR Y EL VENTILADOR EXTERIOR SE PARAN Y EL
VENTILADOR DE LA UNIDAD INTERIOR COMIENZA A OPERAR
EN ALTA VELOCIDAD DURANTE 3 MINUTOS O MAS .
DESPUES DE ESTO SI EL SENSOR LEE UNA TEMPERATURA
MAYOR A 5C O MS EL EQUIPO COMIENZA A FUNCIONAR NORMALMENTE

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Durante la Operacion Calor el motor ventilador exterior y el


compresor son controlados por el sensor de tuberia de la
Unidad interior para prevenir la alta temperatura del
Compresor.
El Motor ventilador de la unidad exterior se corta cuando la
temperatura en el sensor de Tuberia de la U.I. es 50.
El Ventilador de la unidad exterior comienza a funcionar
cuando la temperatura en el sensor de tuberia de la U.I. es 48.
El Compresor Corta cuando la temperatura en el sensor de
tuberia de la U.I. es 62.
El compresor comienza a funcionar cuando la Temperatura en
el sensor de tuberia de la U.I. Es 48

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DURANTE EL MODO CALOR SI EL COMPRESOR FUNCIONA POR MAS DE 50 MINUTOS Y EL


SENSOR (DE LA UNIDAD EXTERIOR) REGISTRA UNA TEMPERATURA MENOR A -8C
EL EQUIPO COMENZARA A FUNCIONAR EN EL MODO DESCONGELAMIENTO.
EL EQUIPO VA A ESTAR EN DESCONGELAMIENTO HASTA :
EL SENSOR LEA 15C O MAS
EL TIEMPO DE DESCONGELAMIENTO SUPERE LOS 15 MINUTOS

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DURANTE EL MODO CALOR


SI EL COMPRESOR FUNCIONA POR MAS DE 50 MINUTOS Y EL SENSOR DE TUBERIA
DE LA UNIDAD INTERIOR LEE UNA TEMPERATURA MENOR A 40C CONTINUAMENTE
DURANTE DOS MINUTOS O MAS EL EQUIPO COMENZARA A ACTUAR EN
DESCONGELAMIENTO DURANTE UN TIEMPO MAXIMO DE 12 MINUTOS

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CODIGO DE FALLAS
TIPO DE FALLA
VECES QUE PARPADEA EL LED
Falla en el Sensor de temperatura ambiente
Una Vez
Falla en el Sensor de temperatura De Cao
Dos Veces
Funcion de proteccion unidad exterior
Cinco Veces
Falla en el motor unidad interior
Seis Veces
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DISPLAY DIGITAL
E1
E2
E5
E6
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TIPO DE FALLA
Falla en el Sensor de temperatura ambiente
Falla en el Sensor de temperatura De Cao
Funcion de proteccion unidad exterior
Falla en el motor unidad interior

CODIGO DE FALLAS
VECES QUE PARPADEA EL LED
Una Vez
Dos Veces
Cinco Veces
Seis Veces

DISPLAY DIGITAL
E1
E2
E5
E6

MODO FEEL
Temperatura inicial en la Habitacion Temperatura inicial seteada
26 C o mas
24 C
20 C A 25 C
18 C

MODO
FRIO
DESHUMIDIFICACION
CALOR
VENTILACION (solo para los modelos frio)

MENOR A 20 C

PROGRAMACION DEL CONTROL REMOTO

23C

TAC-09CS/K

TAC-12CS/K

MODELO
TAC-09CS/N
TAC-09CHS/N
TAC-12CS/N
TAC-12CHS/N
TAC-18CS/N
TAC-18CHS/N
TAC-24CS/N
TAC-24CHS/N
TAC-09CS/K
TAC-09CHS/K
TAC-12CS/K
TAC-12CHS/K
TAC-18CS/K
TAC-18CHS/K
TAC-24CS/K
TAC-24CHS/K
HPS2250FCR
W-2250F
HPS3000FCR
W-3000F
W-4500F
W-5400F
HS-2250F
HS-2250FC
HS-3000F
HS-3000FC
HS-4500F
HS-4500FC
HS-6000F
HS-6000FC

Marca
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL (DIGITAL)
TCL Garbarino
TCL Garbarino
TCL Garbarino
TCL Garbarino
TCL Garbarino
TCL Garbarino
TCL Garbarino
TCL Garbarino
Hitplus
Hitplus
Hitplus
Hitplus
Hitplus
Hitplus
Hitachi (Digital)
Hitachi (Digital)
Hitachi (Digital)
Hitachi (Digital)
Hitachi (Digital)
Hitachi (Digital)
Hitachi (Digital)
Hitachi (Digital)

Equivalencia (TCL)

TAC-09CHS/K
VENTANA
TAC-12CHS/K
VENTANA
VENTANA
VENTANA
TAC-09CS/H
TAC-09CHS/H
TAC-12CS/H
TAC-12CHS/H
TAC-18CS/H
TAC-18CHS/H
TAC-24CS/H
TAC-24CHS/H

KSDIGI2250F
KSDIGI2250FC
KSDIGI3000F
KSDIGI3000FC
KSDIGI4500F
KSDIGI4500FC
KSDIGI6000F
KSDIGI6000FC
DL2250F
DL2250FC
DL3000F
DL3000FC
DL4500F
DL6000F
DL6000FC

Kelvinator (Digital)
Kelvinator (Digital)
Kelvinator (Digital)
Kelvinator (Digital)
Kelvinator (Digital)
Kelvinator (Digital)
Kelvinator (Digital)
Kelvinator (Digital)
DE LONGHI
DE LONGHI
DE LONGHI
DE LONGHI
DE LONGHI
DE LONGHI
DE LONGHI

TAC-09CS/G
TAC-09CHS/G
TAC-12CS/G
TAC-12CHS/G
TAC-18CS/G
TAC-18CHS/G
TAC-24CS/G
TAC-24CHS/G
TAC-09CS/K
TAC-09CHS/K
TAC-12CS/K
TAC-12CHS/K
TAC-18CS/K
TAC-24CS/K
TAC-24CHS/K

PRODUCCION AA 2004
RV Model

Capacidad

F o FC

Marca

TIPO

GARANTIA

HW2250F

2250

HITACHI

VENTANA

1 AO

HS2400FR

2400

HITACHI

SPLIT

1 AO

HW3000F

3000

HITACHI

VENTANA

1 AO

HS3000FR

3000

HITACHI

SPLIT

1 AO

HS4400FR

4400

HITACHI

SPLIT

1 AO

HW4500F

4500

HITACHI

VENTANA

1 AO

HW5400F

5400

HITACHI

VENTANA

1 AO

HS5600FR

5600

HITACHI

SPLIT

1 AO

HPS2250FCR

2250

FC

HITPLUS

SPLIT

2 AOS

HPS3000FCR

3000

FC

HITPLUS

SPLIT

2 AOS

HPS4500FCR

4500

FC

HITPLUS

SPLIT

2 AOS

HPS6000FCR

6000

FC

HITPLUS

SPLIT

2 AOS

KSDIGI2250FC

2250

FC

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

KSDIGI2250F

2250

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

KSDIGI3000FC

3000

FC

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

KSDIGI3000F

3000

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

KSDIGI4500FC

4500

FC

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

KSDIGI4500F

4500

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

KSDIGI6000FC

6000

FC

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

KSDIGI6000F

6000

KELVINATOR.

SPLIT

1 AO

TAC-09CHS/K

2250

FC

TCL

SPLIT

1 AO

TAC-09CS/K

2250

TCL

SPLIT

1 AO

TAC-12CHS/K

3000

FC

TCL

SPLIT

1 AO

TAC-12CS/K

3000

TCL

SPLIT

1 AO

TAC-18CHS/K

4500

FC

TCL

SPLIT

1 AO

TAC-18CS/K

4500

TCL

SPLIT

1 AO

TAC-24CS/K

6000

TCL

SPLIT

1 AO

TH-2200F

2250

TOP HOUSE

SPLIT

1AO

TH-3000FC

3000

FC

TOP HOUSE

SPLIT

1AO

TH-3000F

3000

TOP HOUSE

SPLIT

1AO

CODIGO
1170100014
1170100031
1170200020
1170250001
1173570501
1173570502
A0000005001
C1120110002
C1120140002
1100170018
1102000007
1102000008
1102000009
1120080004
1120120008
1120130011
1120250101
1120250102
1143521506
1170110001
1180110004
1180110006
1180200007
1180210004
1070030006
1080050012
1080050013
1080050014
1080050015
1080050016
1080050017
1083510901
1213530414
1170040062
DPCB0912CHK
1070-5383-00
3000-6695-00
3062-3100-31
3062-3200-31
3062-3300-31
3080-1011-20
PCB09CH-HP
3062-4007-01
1060-1316-13
1060-2003-40
1060-2402-42
1060-8173-11
1063-7805-22
1066-8070-40
1072-P812-00
1072-S412-00
1086-1500-06
2050-1110-00
2074-0008-20

MODELO HPS2250FCR
DESCRIPCION
CANTIDAD PEDIDA MODELO
Capacitor Compr.2
Capacitor Motor 2
Bornera U.E.
Cable U.E.1
Cables compresor
Cable masa U.E.
Condensador
Valvula 4 vias
Valvula unidirec.
Compres.44R243BFProtector Termico
Tapa Conex.Compr.
Junta Conex.Compr
Filtro tuberia
Valvula Liquido 2
Valvula Succion 3
Capilar Rec 1 D3
Capilar Rec 2 D3
Aislacion Compres
Bobina Valvula
Tornillo Bobina
Tor.Valvula M6*16
Tuerca Comp.M8 35
Arandela Bobina
Ventilador Ext.
Panel Izquierdo
Panel Derecho
Soporte valvulas
Soporte Motor Ven
Cubierta Superior
Panel Frontal
Reja Unidad
Base Unidad
Motor Vent. Ext.
CONJ.DISPLAY PCB
Receptor MIM5838Switch 669.5
Led D3 rojo
Led D3 amarillo
Led D3 verde
CD11-25V-100UF20
CONJ PCB AA 09FCDiodo 1N4007
TR.SM1J43 BT131-6
IC.ULN2003A
EEPROM.ATMEL24C02
IC.PC817C PC817D
IC.L7805CV MC7805
MCU TMP86C807N-5H
Relay CMP8-S-DC12
Relay HRS4H-S-DC1
Capac.1.5?f/450V
Filtro 110 UH
Reson.Ceram. 8.0M

2075-1210-00
2076-6315-50
2084-1017-14
2084-3307-04
2096-0561-47
3062-4742-14
3063-8550-13
3063-9013-03
1028-1400-40
1070320113
1070320115
1170120058
1170200040
1170240001
1073030303
1073051124
1073051125
1080030011
1120190008
1120190009
1130130263
1170210059
1170210061
1120320105
1120320108
1070020017
1070100010
1070110008
1070250102
1070250103
1070250104
1070250106
1070320105
1130130262
1170020011
1170030047
1210251907

Zumbador KL-12100
Fusible RT-3.15A/
Capac.0.1Uf/275V
Capac.0.033Uf/275
Varistor 10D561
Diodo 1N4742A
Transistor C8550
Transistor C9013
SENSOR TEMP.GRMDZ
Caja Electrica
Caja Display
Cable Alimentacio
Bornera U.I.
Transformador
Soporte C.Remoto
Conector Drenaje
Manguera dren.ins
Panel Instalacion
Tuerca Bronce 5/8
Tuerca 5/8
Control Remoto HP
Cable Interc.Frio
Cable Interc.F/C
Conector Liq.Evap
Conector Gas Evap
Ventilador Int.
Buje Vent.U.I.
Manguera drenaje
Bandeja Condensad
Persiana Frente
Chassis U.I.
Filtro Aire
Persiana Vertical
Panel frontal HP
Motor persiana
Motor Vent. Int.
Base Unidad

MODELO HPS3000FCR
CODIGO
DESCRIPCION
1170100003
Capacitor Compr.
1170100010
Capac.Motor 2,5uF
1170200020
Bornera U.E.
1170250001
Cable U.E.1
1173570501
Cables compresor
1173570502
Cable masa U.E.
A0000002622
Condensador
C1120110002 Valvula 4 vias
P0000014501
Protector Termico
P0000014502
Tapa Conex.Compr.
P0000014503
Junta Conex.Compr
P0000014504
Resorte Prot.Term
P0000014505
Anclaje Compresor
1100170028
Compr.48R313AL-5E
1120080004
Filtro tuberia
1120120016
Valvula Liquido 2
1120130021
Valvula Succion 3
1120140005
Valvula unidirec.
1120320128
Capilar Rec.1
1120320129
capilar Rec.2
1170110001
Bobina Valvula
1180110004
Tornillo Bobina
1180110006
Tor.Valvula M6*16
1070030016
VENTILADOR EXTERI
1080050001
Panel Izquierdo
1080050002
Panel Derecho
1080050003
Soporte Valvulas
1080050004
Soporte Motor Ven
1080050006
Panel Frontal
1080050007
Grilla Izquierda
1080050025
Grilla
1080320105
Cubierta Superior
1170040058
Motor Vent. Ext.
1210320103
Base Unidad
1180200011
Tuerca Vent.M8
DPCB0912CHK CONJ.DISPLAY PCB
1070-5383-00
Receptor MIM58383000-6695-00
Switch 669.5
3062-3100-31
Led D3 rojo
3062-3200-31
Led D3 amarillo
3062-3300-31
Led D3 verde
PCB12CH-HP CONJ PCB AA 12CH1060-1316-13
TR.SM1J43 BT131-6
1060-2003-40
IC.ULN2003A
1060-2402-42
EEPROM.ATMEL24C02
1060-8173-11
IC.PC817C PC817D
1063-7805-22
IC.L7805CV MC7805
1066-8070-40
MCU TMP86C807N-5H
1072-P812-00 Relay CMP8-S-DC12
1072-S412-00 Relay HRS4H-S-DC1
1086-1500-06
Capac.1.5?f/450V
2050-1110-00
Filtro 110 UH
2074-0008-20
Reson.Ceram. 8.0M
2075-1210-00
Zumbador KL-12100

2076-6315-50
2084-1017-14
2084-3307-04
2096-0561-47
3062-4742-14
3063-8550-13
3063-9013-03
1028-1400-40
1070320113
1070320115
1170120058
1170130001
1170140002
1170200040
1170240001
1073030303
1073051124
1073051125
1120190008
1120190010
1130130263
1170210059
1170210061
1120320105
1120320108
1210320166
1070020016
1070100010
1070110008
1070320103
1070320104
1070320105
1070320107
1070320108
1070320109
1070320111
1073030201
1080030008
1110040001
1170020011
1170030047
1210320165

Fusible RT-3.15A/
Capac.0.1Uf/275V
Capac.0.033Uf/275
Varistor 10D561
Diodo 1N4742A
Transistor C8550
Transistor C9013
SENSOR TEMP.GRMDZ
Caja Electrica
Caja Display
Cable Alimentacio
Cable masa U.I.
Cable U.I.1-180X1
Bornera U.I.
Transformador
Soporte C.Remoto
Conector Drenaje
Manguera dren.ins
Tuerca Bronce 5/8
Tuerca Bronce 7/1
Control Remoto HP
Cable Interc.Frio
Cable Interc.F/C
Conector Liq.Evap
Conector Gas Evap
Evaporador
Ventilador Int.
Buje Vent.U.I.
Manguera drenaje
Bandeja Condensad
Persiana Frente
Persiana Vertical
Chassis U.I.
Panel frontal HP
Filtro Aire
Cubierta Motor U. i
Soporte sensor te
Panel Instalacion
Clip sensor temp.
Motor persiana
Motor Vent. Int.
Base Unidad interior

MODELO HPS4500FCR
CODIGO
DESCRIPCION
1170100004
Capacitor Comp.
1170100027
Capacitor Vent.
1170200020
Bornera U.E.
1170250001
Cable U.E.1
1173570501
Cables compresor
C1120140002 Valvula unidirec.
1100170023
Compresor
1120060003
Conector Y
1120080004
Filtro tuberia
1120110003
Valv.Reversible
1120120016
Valvula Liquido 2
1120130021
Valvula Succion 3
1120500127
Capilar recto 2
1120500128
Capilar recto 1
1210500110
Condensador
1070030012
Ventilador
1080050001
Panel Izquierdo
1080050002
Panel Derecho
1080050003
Soporte Valvulas
1080050004
Soporte Motor Ven
1080050007
Grilla Izquierda
1080050008
Panel frontal
1080050011
Cubierta superior
1080050026
Grilla
1170040059
Motor Ventilador
1210520125
Base Chassis
DPCB1824CHK CONJ.DISPLAY PCB
1070-5383-00
Receptor MIM58383000-6640-00
Aislacion 664
3062-3100-31
Led D3 rojo
3062-3200-31
Led D3 amarillo
3062-3300-31
Led D3 verde
PCB18CHK
CONJ.PCB AA
3062-4007-01
Diodo 1N4007
3062-4148-02
Diodo 1N4148
1060-2003-40
IC.ULN2003A
1060-2404-42
EEPROM ATMEL24C04
1063-7805-24
Reg.L7805CV MC780
1066-8070-40
MCU TMP86C807N-5H
1072-P812-00 Relay CMP8-S-DC12
1072-S312-00 Relay HRS3-S-DC12
1086-2000-06
Cap.Vent.2F/AC45
2074-0008-20
Reson.Ceram. 8.0M
2075-1210-00
Zumbador KL-12100
2076-6315-50
Fusible RT-3.15A/
2084-1017-14
Capac.0.1Uf/275V
2096-0561-47
Varistor 10D561
3000-6690-03
SWITCH 6X6X9
3063-8550-13
Transistor C8550
3063-9013-03
Transistor C9013
1073090121
Caja Electrica
1170200038
Bornera U.I.
1170200040
Bornera U.I.
1170230001
Sensores Temperat

1173090107
1073030303
1073051124
1073051125
1080030001
1130130263
1170120072
1170210051
1170210052
A0000015080
1120190008
1120190010
1120500162
1120500163
1070020014
1070100010
1070110008
1073030201
1073090104
1073090105
1073090106
1073090107
1073090108
1073090109
1073090110
1073090111
1073090112
1073090113
1073090125
1170020011
1170030045
1210500172

Transformador
Soporte C.Remoto
Conector Drenaje
Manguera dren.ins
Panel Instalacion
Control Remoto HP
Cable Interconex.
Cable Control Fri
Cabl.Cont.Frio/Ca
Evaporador
Tuerca Bronce 5/8
Tuerca Bronce 7/16
Conector liquido
Conector Gas
Turbina
Buje Vent.U.I.
Manguera drenaje
Soporte sensor te
Bandeja desagote
Deflect.Vertical
Deflect.Vert.A
Deflect.Vert.B
Deflector A
PANEL FTE.HP 18-2
Frente Plastico
Tapa tornillo
Filtro Aire Izq
Filtro Aire Der,
Deflector B
Motor persiana
Motor Turbina
Chassis UI

Codigo

Modelo

Placa

1090320103
1090320108
1090250602
1090250202
1090320108
1090500201
1093090102
1090500106
1090500201
1093090102
1090251103
1090251109
1090251109
1090320902
1090251103
1090251109
1090320903
1090251109
1090320902
1090500501
1090500503
1090500504
1090700402
1090500501
1090700403
1090251109
1090320902
1090251103
1090251109
1090320903
1070250144
1090251109
1090320902
1090500503
1090500501
1090500504
1090500501
1090700402
1090700403
1090250202
1090320103
1090251109
1090320902
1090251103
1090251109
1090250202
1090320103
1090320108
1090251109
1090251302
1090320902
1090320903
1090500501
1090500504
1090500503
1090700403
1090500501
1090700402

DL2250FC
DL2250FC
DL3000F
DL3000FC
DL3000FC
DL4500F
DL4500F
DL4500FC
DL6000F
DL6000F
HS-2250F 05
HS-2250F 05
HS-2250FC 05
HS-2250FC 05
HS-3000F 05
HS-3000F 05
HS-3000F 05
HS-3000FC 05
HS-3000FC 05
HS-4500F 05
HS-4500F 05
HS-4500FC 05
HS-6000F 05
hs-6000fc 05
HS-6000FC 05
KSDIGI2250F
KSDIGI2250FC
KSDIGI3000F
KSDIGI3000F
KSDIGI3000F
KSDIGI3000FC
KSDIGI3000FC
KSDIGI3000FC
KSDIGI4500F
KSDIGI4500FC
KSDIGI4500FC
KSDIGI6000F
KSDIGI6000F
KSDIGI6000FC
TAC-09CHS/K
TAC-09CHS/K
TAC-09CHS/N
TAC-09CHS/N
TAC-09CS/N
TAC-09CS/N
TAC-12CHS/K
TAC-12CHS/K
TAC-12CHS/K
TAC-12CHS/N
TAC-12CHS/N
TAC-12CHS/N
TAC-12CS/N
TAC-18CHS/N
TAC-18CHS/N
TAC-18CS/N
TAC-24CHS/N
TAC-24CS/N
TAC-24CS/N

MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
MAIN PCB
PLACA DISPLAY
MAIN PCB

Codigo
1170100014
1170100003
1170100007

Descripcion
Capacitor Compresor
Capacitor Compresor
Capacitor Compresor

Modelos
Todos Los Modelos 2250
Todos Los Modelos 3000
Todos Los Modelos 6000

1170020011

Motor persiana

Todos Los Modelos

1170030047 MOTOR VENTILADOR INTERIOR


1070020014 MOTOR VENTILADOR INTERIOR

Todos Los Modelos 2250 y 3000


Todos los Modelos 4500

1170030048 MOTOR VENTILADOR INTERIOR

Todos Los Modelos 6000

1170040062
1170040059

Motor Ventilador Unidad Exterior


Motor Ventilador Unidad Exterior

Todos Los Modelos 2250 y 3000


Todos los Modelos 4500

1090251109

PLACA DISPLAY

Todos Los Modelos 2250 y 3000

1090500501

PLACA DISPLAY

Todos los Modelos 4500 Y 6000

1090320902

PLACA PRINCIPAL

2250FC/3000FC

1090251103

PLACA PRINCIPAL

Todos Los Modelos 2250F/3000F

1090500503

PLACA PRINCIPAL

Todos los Modelos 4500F

1090500504
1090700403
1170230001
1173090107
1120110002
1120110003
1120110001

PLACA PRINCIPAL
PLACA PRINCIPAL
Sensores Temperatura
Transformador
Valvula 4 vias
Valvula 4 vias
Valvula 4 vias

Todos los Modelos 4500FC


Todos Los Modelos 6000FC
Todos Los Modelos
Todos los Modelos
Todos Los Modelos 2250FC/3000FC
Todos los Modelos 4500FC
Todos Los Modelos 6000FC

1120140002

Valvula unidirec.

Todos Los Modelos FC

TCL
WALL MOUNTED SPLIT-TYPE AIR CONDITIONERS

SERVICE MANUAL

No.TE031229

Models

TAC-07CS/K
TAC-09CS/K
TAC-12CS/K
TAC-18CS/K
TAC-24CS/K
TAC-07CSC/K
TAC-09CSC/K
TAC-12CSC/K
TAC-18CSC/K
TAC-24CSC/K

TAC-07CHS/K
TAC-09CHS/K
TAC-12CHS/K
TAC-18CHS/K
TAC-24CHS/K
TAC-07CHSC/K
TAC-09CHSC/K
TAC-12CHSC/K
TAC-18CHSC/K
TAC-24CHSC/K
CONTENTS
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE
2
2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
3
3. DIMENSIONS
8
4. REFRIGERATING CYCLE SYSTEM 9
5. PERFORMANCE CURVES 12
6. OPERATION DETAILS
16
7. WIRING DIAGRAM
23
8. EXPLOSION VIEW
29
9. PARTS LIST
33
10. ANNEX 1 THERMISTOR CHARACTERISTIC
11. ANNEX 2 GENERAL
12. ANNEX 3 TROUBLE SHOOTING
13. ANNEX 4 R407C REFRIGERANT
14. ANNEX 5 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION Part 1

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

IMPORTANT NOTICE
This service manual is intended for use by individuals possessing adequate
backgrounds of electrical, electronic and mechanical experience. Any
attempt to repair the appliance may result in personal injury and property
damage. The manufacturer or seller cannot be responsible for the
interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in
connection with its use.
The information, specifications and parameter are subject to change due to
technical modification or improvement without any prior notice. The
accurate specifications are presented on the nameplate label.

How to order spare parts


To have your order filled promptly and correctly, please furnish the
following information:
1. Model No. with Indoor or Outdoor
2. No. in the Explosion View
3. Part Name
4. The quantity you ordered

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Technical Specifications
Model No.
Type
Control type
Rated cooling capacity
Rated heating capacity
EER for cooling
COP for heating
Moisture removal
Indoor noise level at
cooling

High
Med.
Low

Outdoor noise level


Electrical Data
Power supply

Rated input

Cooling

TAC-09CS/K
Cooling Only
Remote
9,000
N/A
9.6
N/A
0.8
36
32
29
50

TAC-09CHS/K
Heating Pump
Remote
9,000
9,500
9.6
2.8
0.8
36
32
29
50

198~264

198~264

198~264

198~264

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

Heating

N/A

4.1

N/A

4.1

Cooling

895

895

900

900

Heating

N/A

880

N/A

880

R22/700g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R22/700g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R22/700g
Rotary
--------------------------------------

R22/700g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

Refrigerating System
Refrigerant/Charge

Compressor

TAC-07CHS/K
Heating Pump
Remote
7,000
7,500
9.6
2.8
0.8
36
32
29
50

220-240V~/50Hz

Voltage Range
Rated current

Btu/h
Btu/h
Btu/h.w
W/W
Liters/h
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)

TAC-07CS/K
Cooling Only
Remote
7,000
N/A
9.6
N/A
0.8
36
32
29
50

Gram
Type
Model
LRA
MFG

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Model No.
Type
Control type
Rated cooling capacity
Rated heating capacity
EER for cooling
COP for heating
Moisture removal
Indoor noise level at
cooling

High
Med.
Low

Outdoor noise level


Electrical Data
Power supply

Rated input

TAC-09CSC/K
Cooling Only
Remote
9,000
N/A
11.0
N/A
0.8
38
36
32
50

TAC-09CHSC/K
Heating Pump
Remote
9,000
9,500
11.0
3.2
0.8
38
36
32
50

198~264

198~264

198~264

198~264

Cooling

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.1

Heating

N/A

4.1

N/A

4.1

Cooling

880

880

880

880

Heating

N/A

880

N/A

880

R407C/700g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R407C/700g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R407C/700g
Rotary
--------------------------------------

R407C/700g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

Refrigerating System
Refrigerant/Charge
Compressor

TAC-07CHSC/K
Heating Pump
Remote
7,000
7,500
11.0
3.2
0.8
38
36
32
50

220-240V~/50Hz

Voltage Range
Rated current

Btu/h
Btu/h
Btu/h.w
W/W
Liters/h
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)

TAC-07CSC/K
Cooling Only
Remote
7,000
N/A
11.0
N/A
0.8
38
36
32
50

Gram
Type
Model
LRA
MFG

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Model No.
Type
Control type
Rated cooling capacity
Rated heating capacity
EER for cooling
COP for heating
Moisture removal
Indoor noise level at
cooling

High
Med.
Low

Outdoor noise level


Electrical Data
Power supply

Rated input

TAC-18CS/K
Cooling Only
Remote
18,000
N/A
8.8
N/A
1.0
42
40
36
58

TAC-18CHS/K
Heating Pump
Remote
18,000
19,000
8.8
2.65
1.5
42
40
36
58

198~264

198~264

198~264

198~264

Cooling

5.6

5.6

9.6

9.6

Heating

N/A

5.9

N/A

9.0

Cooling

1270

1270

2100

2100

Heating

N/A

1335

N/A

1970

R22/870g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R22/870g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R22/1700g
Rotary
--------------------------------------

R22/1700g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

Refrigerating System
Refrigerant/Charge

Compressor

TAC-12CHS/K
Heating Pump
Remote
12,000
12,800
9.2
2.65
1.0
38
36
32
52

220-240V~/50Hz

Voltage Range
Rated current

Btu/h
Btu/h
Btu/h.w
W/W
Liters/h
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)

TAC-12CS/K
Cooling Only
Remote
12,000
N/A
9.2
N/A
1.0
38
36
32
52

Gram
Type
Model
LRA
MFG

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Model No.
Type
Control type
Rated cooling capacity
Rated heating capacity
EER for cooling
COP for heating
Moisture removal
Indoor noise level at
cooling

High
Med.
Low

Outdoor noise level


Electrical Data
Power supply

Rated input

TAC-18CSC/K
Cooling Only
Remote
18,000
N/A
9.5
N/A
1.5
43
40
36
58

TAC-18CHSC/K
Heating Pump
Remote
18,000
1,9000
9.5
2.8
1.5
43
40
36
58

198~264

198~264

198~264

198~264

Cooling

5.5

5.5

8.7

8.7

Heating

N/A

5.5

N/A

8.7

Cooling

1170

1170

1900

1900

Heating

N/A

1170

R407C/1450g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R407C/1450g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

Refrigerating System
Refrigerant/Charge
Compressor

TAC-12CHSC/K
Heating Pump
Remote
12,000
12,800
10.9
3.2
1.0
38
36
32
52

220-240V~/50Hz

Voltage Range
Rated current

Btu/h
Btu/h
Btu/h.w
W/W
Liters/h
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)

TAC-12CSC/K
Cooling Only
Remote
12,000
N/A
10.9
N/A
1.0
38
36
32
52

Gram
Type
Model
LRA
MFG

N/A
R407C/1800g
Rotary
--------------------------------------

1900
R407C/1800g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Model No.
Type
Control type
Rated cooling capacity
Rated heating capacity
EER for cooling
COP for heating
Moisture removal
Indoor noise level at
cooling

High
Med.
Low

Outdoor noise level


Electrical Data
Power supply

Rated input

TAC-24CSC/K
Cooling Only
Remote
24,000
N/A
9.2
N/A
2.2
47
44
40
58

TAC-24CHSC/K
Heating Pump
Remote
24,000
26,000
9.2
2.8
2.2
47
44
40
58

198~264

198~264

198~264

198~264

Cooling

13

13

11.8

11.8

Heating

N/A

13.8

N/A

11.8

Cooling

2600

2600

2600

2600

Heating

N/A

2800

N/A

2600

R22/2500g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R22/2500g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

R407C/2540g
Rotary
--------------------------------------

R407C/2540g
Rotary
---------------------------------------

Refrigerating System
Refrigerant/Charge
Compressor

TAC-24CHS/K
Heating Pump
Remote
24,000
26,000
9.0
2.55
2.2
47
44
40
58

220-240V~/50Hz

Voltage Range
Rated current

Btu/h
Btu/h
Btu/h.w
W/W
Liters/h
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)

TAC-24CS/K
Cooling Only
Remote
24,000
N/A
9.0
N/A
2.2
47
44
40
58

Gram
Type
Model
LRA
MFG

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Product Dimensions
Indoor Unit

16mm

54 mm

124mm

Outdoor Unit

J
D

Unit: mm

Capacity

7K&9K

710

250

179

600

500

231

271

296

52

365

55

12K

770

250

179

700

540

255

290

320

40

439

55

18K

1036

313

204

760

540

255

340

370

62

635

63

24K

1036

313

204

860

730

307

340

370

62

635

63

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Refrigerating Cycle System


Heat Pump
INDOOR UNIT

Indoor
heat
exchanger

Reversing valve
(4- way valve)

Refrigerant pipe
(Option)
(with heat insulator)

OUTDOOR UNIT

Indoor coil
thermistor
Distributor

Outdoor
heat
exchanger

Flared connection

Room temperature
thermistor

Accumulator

Defrost
thermistor

Compressor
Flared connection

Check
valve

Capillary tube

Capillary tube

Refrigerant pipe
(Option)
(with heat insulator)

Refrigerant flow in cooling or Defrosting


Refrigerant flow in heating

Cooling Only
INDOOR UNIT
Indoor
heat
exchanger

Refrigerant pipe
(Optional)
(with heat insulator)

Indoor coil
thermistor

Room temperature
thermistor

OUTDOOR UNIT

Stop valve
(with service port)

Outdoor
heat
exchanger

Flared
connection

Compressor

Capillary tube

Stop valve

Refrigerant pipe

Strainer

Refrigerant flow in cooling

(Option)
(with heat insulator)
9

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

MAX. REFRIGERANT PIPING LENGTH


Refrigerant piping
Models

Piping size O.D : mm

Max. length : m

Liquid

Indoor unit

Outdoor unit

12.7

6.35

0.40

15.88

9.52

Gas

A
07K

10

09K

Length of connecting pipe : m

9.52

12K

15

18K
24K

MAX. HEIGHT DIFFERENCE

ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE(R-22 : g)


Models

Refrigerant piping length (one way)

Outdoor unit precharged


(up to 7m)

7m

10m

60

15m

07K
09K
12K

see <<Specification>>

see <<Specification>>

160
18K

see <<Specification>>
Calculation : Xg=20g/m (A-7)m

Models
24K

Refrigerant piping length (one way)

Outdoor unit precharged


(up to 7m)
see <<Specification>>

7m

10m

15m

90

240

Calculation : Xg=30g/m (A-7)m

10

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

EVACUATION PROCEDURES(AIR PURGE)


Connect the refrigerant pipes (both the liquid and gas pipes)
between the indoor and the outdoor units.

Remove the service port cap of the stop valve on the side of the outdoor unit gas pipe.(The stop valve will not
work in its initial state fresh out of the factory (totally closed with cap on))

When vacuuming
Connect the gage manifold valve and the vacuum pump to
the service port of the stop valve on the liquid pipe side of the
outdoor unit.

Run the vacuum pump for more than 15 minutes and at this
time confirm that the pressure gage indicates 0.1 Mpa.

Check the vacuum with the gage manifold valve, then close
the gage manifold valve, and stop the vacuum pump.

Leave it as it is for one or two minutes. Make sure the pointer


of the gage manifold valve remains in the same position.

,
Remove the gage manifold valve quickly from the service port of the stop valve.

After refrigerant pipes are connected and evacuated, fully open all stop valves on gas and liquid pipe sides.
Operating without fully opening lowers the performance and causes trouble.

Pipe length :
7m maximum
No gas charge
is needed

Pipe length
exceeding 7m
Charge the prescribed
amount of gas

Tighten the cap to the service port to obtain the initial status.

Retighten the cap.

Leak test

11

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

PERFORMANCE CURVES
The standard data contained in these specifications apply only to the operation of the air conditioner under normal conditions,
since operating conditions vary according to the areas where these units are installed. The following information has been provided to clarify the operating characteristics of the air conditioner under the conditions indicated by the performance curve.

(1) GUARANTEED VOLTAGE


Rated voltage : 10% (198 ~ 264V),50Hz

(2) AIR FLOW


Air flow should be set at MAX.

(3) MAIN READINGS


(1) Indoor intake air wet-bulb temperature :
(2) Indoor outlet air wet-bulb temperature :
(3) Outdoor intake air dry-bulb temperature :
(4) Total input:
(5) Indoor intake air dry-bulb temperature :
(6) Outdoor intake air wet-bulb temperature :
(7) Total input :

CWB
CWB
CDB
W
CDB
CWB
W

Cooling

Heating

Indoor air wet/dry-bulb temperature difference on the left side of the chart on next page shows the difference between the
indoor intake air wet/dry-bulb temperature and the indoor outlet air wet/dry-bulb temperature for your reference at service.

How to measure the indoor air wet-bulb/dry-bulb temperature difference


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Attach at least 2 sets of wet-and dry-bulb thermometers to the indoor air intake as shown in the figure, and at least 2 sets
of wet-and dry-bulb thermometers to the indoor air outlet. The thermometers must be attached to the position where air
speed is high.
Attach at least 2 sets of wet-and dry-bulb thermometers to the outdoor air intake.
Cover the thermometers to prevent direct rays of the sun.
Check that the air filter is cleaned.
Open windows and doors of room.
Press the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch once(twice) to start the EMERGENCY COOL(HEAT) MODE.
When system stabilizes after more than 15 minutes, measure temperature and take an average temperature.
10 minutes later, measure temperature again and check that the temperature does not change.

OUTDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT

Wet-and dry-bulb
thermometers

Wet-and dry-bulb
thermometers

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12.0

14.0

11.4

12.7

10.4

11.5

9.4

10.3

9.1

9.2

7.6

8.1

24

8.5

25.5 28.7

28.0

28.0

18.4

23.5 26.5

25.9

25.9

16.9

21.6 24.3

23.7

23.7

15.3

19.6 22.5

21.6

21.6

13.8

17.6 19.9

19.4

19.4

12.3

15.6 17.7

17.2

17.2

10.7

13.7 15.5

15.1

15.1

9.2

11.7 13.2

12.9

12.9

24

19.9

NOTE:The above curves are for the heating operation without any frost.

OUTDOOR LOW PRESSURE AND OUTDOOR UNIT CURRENT


COOL operation
Both indoor and outdoor unit are under the same temperature/humidity condition.
Dry-bulb temperature

Relative humidity(%)

20

50

25

60

30

70

Air flow should be set at MAX.


The unit of pressure has been changed to MPa on the international system of units(SI unit system).
The conversion factor is : 1(MPa G) =10.2(kgf/ f G)

0.7

0.6

07K

07K
Outdoor unit current (A)

Outdoor low pressure

(kgf/FG)(MPaG)

220/240V
5

0.5

0.4

0.3

220V
240V

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)
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0.7

0.6

0.5

220/240V
4

0.4

0.3

220V

Outdoor unit current (A)

Outdoor low pressure

09K

09K

(kgf/FG)(MPaG)

240V

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)
7

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

12K

12K
Outdoor unit current (A)

Outdoor low pressure

(kgf/FG)(MPaG)

220/240V

220V
240V

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)
(kgf/FG)(MPaG)

18K

0.7

220/240V

Outdoor unit current (A)

Outdoor low pressure

18K

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

220V
240V

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)
(kgf/FG)(MPaG)

24K
13

220V
Outdoor unit current (A)

Outdoor low pressure

24K

0.7
0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)

220V
12

240V

Ambient temperature(C)
Ambient humidity(%)
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HEAT operation

Outdoor:Dry bulb temperature 7,15,20C


Wet bulb temperature 6,12,14.5C

Condition indoor:Dry bulb temperature 20.0C


Wet bulb temperature 14.5C

12K

Outdoor unit current (A)

07K
Outdoor unit current (A)

220V
240V

220V

240V

Ambient temperature(C)

Ambient temperature(C)

Outdoor unit current (A)

18K

220V
240V

220V
240V

Ambient temperature(C)

Ambient temperature(C)

24K
13

Outdoor unit current (A)

Outdoor unit current (A)

09K

220V
12

240V
11

10

Ambient temperature(C)

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Operation Details
Remote controller
Remote controller
The remote controller transmits signals to the system.

1 ON/OFF button

Used to start and stop operation


when pressed.

SLEEP TIMER ON TMIER OFF

FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT

AUTO
HIGH
MID
LOW
SWING

3
5

SLEEP

FAN

TIMER

SWING

ON/OFF

MODE

TIMER button
Used to select TIMER operation.

UP button (TOO COOL button)


Used to increase the set room temperature
and time.

DOWN button (TOO WARM button)


Used to decrease the set room temperature
and time.

SLEEP button
Used to set or cancel sleep mode operation.

VANE control button

FAN SPEED control button

Used to adjust airflow direction.

Used to select the indoor fan motor speed:


Auto, High, Mid and Low.

MODE button
Used to select the type of operation mode: Feel,
Cooling, Dry, Fan and Heating(Only for Heat Pump).

Note: Each mode and relevant function will be further specified in following pages.

Remote Controller presetting


The remote controller is not er presetting presetting as Cooling Only Air Conditioner or Heat Pump by
manufacturer.
Each time after the remote controller replace batteries or is energized, the arrowhead will flashes on the front of
Heat or Cool on LCD of the remote controller.
User can preset the remote controller type depending on the air conditioner type you have purchased as follows:
Press any button when the arrowhead flashes on the front of Cool , Cooling Only is set.
Press any button when the arrowhead flashes on the front of
Heat , Heat Pump is set.
If you don t press any button within 10 seconds, the remote controller is preset as Heat Pump automatically.
Note :
If the air conditioner you purchased is a Cooling Only one, but you preset the remote controller as Heat Pump, it
doesn t bring any matter. But if the air conditioner you purchased is a Heat Pump one, and you preset the
remote controller as Cooling Only, then you CAN NOT preset the Heating operation with the remote controller.
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11. Auto Vane Operation Control


(1) Vane motor drive
The unit is equipped with a stepping motor for the vane. The rotating direction, speed and angle of the
motor are controlled by pulse signal transmitted from indoor microprocessor.
(2) Positioning
The vane is once pressed to the vane stopper below to confirm the standard position and then set to the
desired angle. The positioning is decided as follow:
z When the ON/OFF button is pressed.
z When the vane control is change from AUTO to MANUAL.
z When the SWING is finished.
z When the test run starts.
z When the power supply turns ON.
(3) The auto vane changes as follows by pressing the VANE CONTROL button.
(4) VANE AUTO mode
In vane auto mode, the microprocessor automatically determines the vane angle and operation to make the
optimum room-temperature distribution.
(5) SWING mode
When presses the SWING button, the vane swings.
12. TIMER Operation
How to set the timer
z Press ON/OFF button to start the air conditioner.
z Press TIMER CONTROL button for once in timer on--- SET the TIME of TIMER; press for second
time---START operation for SHUT OFF; press third time---CANCEL operation for TIMER.
z Press TIMER CONTROL button for once in timer off---SET the TIME of TIMER; press for second
time---START operation for TURN ON; press for third time---CANCEL operation for TIMER.
z Press UP and DOWN button to set the time, time setting is 30-minutes units.
z After setting the timer, check that TIMER INDICATOR lamp of the indoor unit lights.
z Press the ON/OFF button for the air conditioner operates in timer, the timer will be cancelled.
z TIMER setting can be cancelled by power failure or breaker functioning.
13. EMERGENCY-TEST Operation
When the EMERGENCY Operation switch is press once, COOLING mode is selected and if in 3 seconds the
EMERGENCY Operation switch is pressed again, HEATING mode is selected. Then presses once again, the
unit switch off.
When the remote controller is missing, has failed or the batteries run down, press the EMERGENCY
Operation switch on the front of the indoor unit, The unit will start.
The first 30 minutes of operation will be the test run operation. The operation is for servicing in set mode. The
indoor fan runs at high speed and the system is in continuous operation. The vane motor is ON and the timer
is reset to normal.
After 30 minutes of test run operation the system shifts to AUTO COOLING/HEATING mode. and the indoor
fan runs in outomatic speed. The vane motor is on. The operation continues until the EMERGENCY
operation switch is pressed or a button on the remote controller is pressed, the normal operation will start.
NOTE: Do not press the EMERGENCY Operation switch during normal operation.
14. AUTO RESTART function (Option)
When the indoor unit is controlled with the remote controller, the operation mode, set temperature, and the
fan speed are memorized by the indoor electric control PCB. The AUTO RESART function sets to work the
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Wiring Diagram
Mode No.: TAC-07CS/K, TAC-09CS/K, TAC-12CS/K
TAC-07CSC/K, TAC-09CSC/K, TAC-12CSC/K
INDOOR UNIT

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Mode No.: TAC-07CHS/K, TAC-09CHS/K, TAC-12CHS/K


TAC-07CHSC/K, TAC-09CHSC/K, TAC-12CHSC/K
INDOOR UNIT

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Mode No.: TAC-18CS/K, TAC-18CSC/K

To The Outdoor

INDOOR UNIT

Transformer

PCB
Brown
Blue

1
N

Brown

AC(N)
N.O
Yellow/Green

Yellow/Green
Blue

FM

Blue
Yellow/Green

Yellow/Green

Fan Motor

White

Relay

COM

N Blue
L

5
4
3
2
1

SM

5
4
3
2
1

SM
Vane Motor

Brown
Room Temp. Sensor
Display PCB
Pipe Temp. Sensor

OUTDOOR UNIT

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Mode No.: TAC-18CHS/K, TAC-18CHSC/K

Brown

White

Red

2
3
N

Red

Yellow
Blue

PCB

O.FAN

Yellow
Blue

N.O
VAL

COM
AC(N)

Relay

To The Outdoor Unit

INDOOR UNIT

FM
Fan Motor

Yellow/Green

Yellow/Green

Transformer

SM
Yellow/Green
L
N

Blue
Brown

Yellow/Green

N
L

SM

Blue

Vane Motor

Brown
Room Temp. Sensor
Display PCB
Pipe Temp. Sensor

To The Outdoor Sensor

OUTDOOR UNIT

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Mode No.: TAC-24CS/K, TAC-24CSC/K


INDOOR UNIT

PCB
White

White

N.O

Blue

Blue

COM

Brown

Brown

Relay

To Outdoor Unit

Transformer

FM

AC(N)

Fan Motor
5
4

SM

3
2

Yellow/Green

Yellow/Green

1
5
4

SM

3
2
1

1 2 3 4

Vane Motor
Room Temp. Sensor

Display PCB

Pipe Temp. Sensor

OUTDOOR UNIT

Blue

L
N

Relay Fan Motor

27

White

Blue

C2
Red

Red

FM

Conpressor
Capacitor

Blue

Yellow/Green

Brown

Yellow

Yellow/Green

Blue
Fan Capacitor
C1

Yellow/Green

Brown

1
N
L Brown

Blue

Blue

White
Red
White

Brown

White

To Power Supply To Indoor Unit

Yellow/Green

CS R

CM
Conpressor
Motor

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White

Red

2
3
N
L

Yellow
Blue
Brown

White

Transformer

Red
O.FAN
Yellow

N.O
VAL

Blue

COM

PCB
Relay

To Outdoor Unit

INDOOR UNIT

FM

AC(N)

Brown

Fan Motor
5
4

Yellow/Green

SM

Yellow/Green

2
1
5
4
3

SM

2
1

To Outdoor Unit

Vane Motor

Room Temp. Sensor


Display PCB
Pipe Temp. Sensor

OUTDOOR UNIT

Yellow/Green

Blue

White

To Power Supply

Blue

4-way Vane

L Brown

Yellow/Green
Brown

Blue

Yellow/Green
FM
L
N

Relay
Blue
Pipe Temp. Sensor

28

CS R
FM
Compressor
Motor

Fan Motor

Blue
Brown

White

C2
Blue

Red

Red

Brown

Blue
Fan Capacitor
C1
Compressor
Capacity

Yellow/Green

White

White

Red

Yellow

Yellow

Red

To Indoor Unit

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INDOOR UNIT
TAC-07CS/K,TAC-07CSH/K,TAC-07CSC/K,TAC-07CHSC/K,TAC-09CS/K,TAC-09CHS/K,TAC-09CSC/K,
TAC-09CHSC/K, TAC-12CS/K, TAC-12CHS/K, TAC-12CSC/K, TAC-12CHC/K,

1
2
3
4

30

29

28

7
8

27

26

10

25

11

24
23
22

12

21
20

13
19

14

18
17
16
15

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INDOOR UNIT
TAC-18CS/K, TAC-18CSC/K, TAC-18CHS/K, TAC-18CHSC/K
TAC-24CS/K, TAC-24CSC/K, TAC-24CHS/K, TAC-24CHSC/K

1
2

30

3
29

4
5

28

27
26

25

24

23

10

22

11

21

12

20
19

13

18
14

17
16

15

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Outdoor Unit: TAC-07CHS/K, TAC-07CHSC/K, TAC-09CHS/K, TAC-09CHSC/K, TAC-12CHS/K


TAC-12CHSC/K, TAC-18CHS/K, TAC-18CHSC/K, TAC-24CHS/K, TAC-24CHSC/K

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Parts List
Indoor Unit- TAC-07CS/K, TAC-09CS/K
No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030003

Installation Plate

1210250103

Base

1070020017

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1210230101

Evaporator

1070250102

Water Drainage Assembly

1070320105

Vertical Vane Assembly

1070250104

Face Frame

1070320112

Screw Cover

10

1090320102

Display PCB

11

1070320115

Display PCB Box

12

1070250106

Air Filter

13

1070251801

Front Panel

14

1070251001

Display PC Board Cover

15

1170120042

Power Supply Cord

16

1070250103

Vane

17

1070110008

Drainage Hose

18

1070040006

Electrical Box Cover

19

1070040004

Cable Clamp

20

1170200039

Terminal

21

1070250109

Terminal Fixing Board

22

1170020011

Vane Motor

23

1090250602

Main PCB

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1070320113

Electrical Box

26

1070320111

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030052

Indoor Motor

28

1170240001

Transformer

29

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

30

1070320101

In And Out Pipe Fixer

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1190250204

Indoor Carton

33

1190060008

Left Foaming

34

1190060009

Right Foaming

33

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No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030003

Installation Plate

1210250103

Base

1070020017

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1210230101

Evaporator

1070250102

Water Drainage Assembly

1070320105

Vertical Vane Assembly

1070250104

Face Frame

1070320112

Screw Cover

10

1090320102

Display PCB

11

1070320115

Display PCB Box

12

1070250106

Air Filter

13

1070251801

Front Panel

14

1070251001

Display PC Board Cover

15

1170120042

Power Supply Cord

16

1070250103

Vane

17

1070110008

Drainage Hose

18

1070040006

Electrical Box Cover

19

1070040004

Cable Clamp

20

1170200040

Terminal

21

1070250109

Terminal Fixing Board

22

1170020011

Vane Motor

23

1090250202

Main PCB

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1070320113

Electrical Box

26

1070320111

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030052

Indoor Motor

28

1170240001

Transformer

29

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

30

1070320101

In And Out Pipe Fixer

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1190250204

Indoor Carton

33

1190060008

Left Foaming

34

1190060009

Right Foaming

34

Remark

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Indoor Unit- TAC-07CSC/K, TAC-09CSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030008

Installation Plate

1210320107

Base

1070020016

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1210320601

Evaporator

1070320103

Water Drainage Assembly

1070320105

Vertical Vane Assembly

1070320107

Face Frame

1070320112

Screw Cover

10

1090320102

Display PCB

11

1070320115

Display PCB Box

12

1070320109

Air Filter

13

1070321501

Front Panel

14

1070251001

Display PC Board Cover

15

1170120047

Power Supply Cord

16

1070320104

Vane

17

1070110008

Drainage Hose

18

1070040006

Electrical Box Cover

19

1070040004

Cable Clamp

20

1170200039

Terminal

21

1070250109

Terminal Fixing Board

22

1170020011

Vane Motor

23

1090320102

Main PCB

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1070320113

Electrical Box

26

1070320111

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030047

Indoor Motor

28

1170240001

Transformer

29

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

30

1070320101

In And Out Pipe Fixer

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1190350102

Indoor Carton

33

1190060005

Left Foaming

34

1190060006

Right Foaming

35

Remark

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No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030008

Installation Plate

1210320107

Base

1070020016

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1210320601

Evaporator

1070320103

Water Drainage Assembly

1070320105

Vertical Vane Assembly

1070320107

Face Frame

1070320112

Screw Cover

10

1090320102

Display PCB

11

1070320115

Display PCB Box

12

1070320109

Air Filter

13

1070321501

Front Panel

14

1070251001

Display PC Board Cover

15

1170120047

Power Supply Cord

16

1070320104

Vane

17

1070110008

Drainage Hose

18

1070040006

Electrical Box Cover

19

1070040004

Cable Clamp

20

1170200040

Terminal

21

1070250109

Terminal Fixing Board

22

1170020011

Vane Motor

23

1090320103

Main PCB

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1070320113

Electrical Box

26

1070320111

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030047

Indoor Motor

28

1170240001

Transformer

29

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

30

1070320101

In And Out Pipe Fixer

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1190350102

Indoor Carton

33

1190060005

Left Foaming

34

1190060006

Right Foaming

36

Remark

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Indoor Unit- TAC-12CS/K, TAC-12CSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030008

Installation Plate

1210320107

Base

1070020016

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1210320601

Evaporator

1070320103

Water Drainage Assembly

1070320105

Vertical Vane Assembly

1070320107

Face Frame

1070320112

Screw Cover

10

1090320102

Display PCB

11

1070320115

Display PCB Box

12

1070320109

Air Filter

13

1070321501

Front Panel

14

1070251001

Display PC Board Cover

15

1170120047

Power Supply Cord

16

1070320104

Vane

17

1070110008

Drainage Hose

18

1070040006

Electrical Box Cover

19

1070040004

Cable Clamp

20

1170200039

Terminal

21

1070250109

Terminal Fixing Board

22

1170020011

Vane Motor

23

1090320102

Main PCB

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1070320113

Electrical Box

26

1070320111

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030047

Indoor Motor

28

1170240001

Transformer

29

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

30

1070320101

In And Out Pipe Fixer

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1190350102

Indoor Carton

33

1190060005

Left Foaming

34

1190060006

Right Foaming

37

Remark

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No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030008

Installation Plate

1210320107

Base

1070020016

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1210320601

Evaporator

1070320103

Water Drainage Assembly

1070320105

Vertical Vane Assembly

1070320107

Face Frame

1070320112

Screw Cover

10

1090320102

Display PCB

11

1070320115

Display PCB Box

12

1070320109

Air Filter

13

1070321501

Front Panel

14

1070251001

Display PC Board Cover

15

1170120047

Power Supply Cord

16

1070320104

Vane

17

1070110008

Drainage Hose

18

1070040006

Electrical Box Cover

19

1070040004

Cable Clamp

20

1170200040

Terminal

21

1070250109

Terminal Fixing Board

22

1170020011

Vane Motor

23

1090320103

Main PCB

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1070320113

Electrical Box

26

1070320111

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030047

Indoor Motor

28

1170240001

Transformer

29

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

30

1070320101

In And Out Pipe Fixer

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1190350102

Indoor Carton

33

1190060005

Left Foaming

34

1190060006

Right Foaming

38

Remark

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Indoor Unit- TAC-18CS/K,TAC-18CSC/K, TAC-24CS/K, TAC-24CSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030001

Installation Plate

1073090101

Base

1070020014

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1213090106

Evaporator

1073090104

Water Drainage Assembly

1073090106

Vertical Vane Assembly

1073090110

Face Frame

1073090111

Screw Cover

10

1093090102

Display PCB

11

1073090126

Display PCB Box

12

1073090112

Air Filter

13

1070500205

Front Panel

14

1070500208

Display PCB Cover

15

1073090122

Electrical Box Cover

16

1170120006

Power Supply Cord

17

1073090108

Vane A

18

1073090125

Vane B

19

1070110008

Drainage Hose

20

1070040003

Cable Clamp

21

1170020011

Vane Motor

22

1170200038

Terminal

23

1083090108

Terminal Fixing Board

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1093090201

Main PCB

26

1073090120

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030045

Indoor Motor

28

1093090201

Electrical Box

29

1173090107

Transformer

30

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1130120008

Indoor Carton

33

1073030303

Left Foaming

34

1190250204

Right Foaming

35

1190060002

Middle Pasteboard Supporter

36

1190060021

Middle Foaming Supporter

39

Remark

Not shown in Explosion


view

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Indoor Unit- TAC-18CHS/K,TAC-18CHSC/K, TAC-24CHS/K, TAC-24CHSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1080030001

Installation Plate

1073090101

Base

1070020014

Cross Fan

1070100010

Bearing Mount

1213090106

Evaporator

1073090104

Water Drainage Assembly

1073090106

Vertical Vane Assembly

1073090110

Face Frame

1073090111

Screw Cover

10

1093090102

Display PCB

11

1073090126

Display PCB Box

12

1073090112

Air Filter

13

1070500205

Front Panel

14

1070500208

Display PCB Cover

15

1073090122

Electrical Box Cover

16

1170120006

Power Supply Cord

17

1073090108

Vane A

18

1073090125

Vane B

19

1070110008

Drainage Hose

20

1070040003

Cable Clamp

21

1170020011

Vane Motor

22

1170200040

Terminal

23

1083090108

Terminal Fixing Board

24

1110040001

Sensor Holder

25

1093090101

Main PCB

26

1073090120

Indoor Motor Cover

27

1170030045

Indoor Motor

28

1093090201

Electrical Box

29

1173090107

Transformer

30

1170230001

Pipe Temp. Sensor & Room


Temp. Sensor Assembly

31

1090010071

Remote Controller

31

1073030303

Remote Controller Supporter

32

1130120008

Indoor Carton

33

1073030303

Left Foaming

34

1190250204

Right Foaming

35

1190060002

Middle Pasteboard Supporter

36

1190060021

Middle Foaming Supporter

39

Remark

Not shown in Explosion


view

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-07CS/K, TAC-09CS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1083510901

Grille

1080050016

Top Cover

1210250112

Condenser

1080050015

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040062

Outdoor Motor

1070030006

Propeller Fan

1080050012

Left Plate

1080050018

Front Plate

1080050019

Fan Guard

10

1210250101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1120250608

Discharge Pipe

13

1123521402

Suction Pipe

14

1213530414

Base

15

1120120008

Two-way Valve

16

1080050014

Valve Supporter

17

1120130011

Three-way Valve

18

1080050013

Right Plate

19

1073521301

Electrical Box Cover

20

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010002

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100014

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100031

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200019

Terminal

40

Remark
Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-07CSC/K, TAC-09CSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1083510901

Grille

1080050011

Top Cover

1210350207

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040059

Outdoor Motor

1070030012

Propeller Fan

1080050012

Left Plate

1080050009

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1210250101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1120250608

Discharge Pipe

13

1123521402

Suction Pipe

14

1210500106

Base

15

1120120017

Two-way Valve

16

1080050003

Valve Supporter

17

1120130025

Three-way Valve

18

1080050002

Right Plate

19

107351103

Electrical Box Cover

20

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100027

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200019

Terminal

41

Remark
Optional

Consist The Filter For Dry

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-07CHS/K, TAC-09CHS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1083510901

Grille

1080050016

Top Cover

1210250112

Condenser

1080050015

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040062

Outdoor Motor

1070030006

Propeller Fan

1080050012

Left Plate

1080050018

Front Plate

1080050019

Fan Guard

10

1213530404

4-way Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1120250608

Discharge Pipe

13

1123521402

Suction Pipe

14

1213530414

Base

15

1120120008

Two-way Valve

16

1080050014

Valve Supporter

17

1120130011

Three-way Valve

18

1080050013

Right Plate

19

1073521301

Electrical Box Cover

20

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010002

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100014

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100031

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200020

Terminal

42

Remark

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-07CHSC/K, TAC-09CHSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1083510901

Grille

1080320105

Top Cover

1210320101

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040058

Outdoor Motor

1070030016

Propeller Fan

1080050001

Left Plate

1080320113

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1210250605

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210250606

4-way Vane Assembly

13

1210320103

Base

14

1120120017

Two-way Valve

15

1080050003

Valve Supporter

16

1120130025

Three-way Valve

17

1080050002

Right Plate

18

1073551103

Electrical Box Cover

19

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

20

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

21

1170100003

Compressor Capacitor

22

1170100032

Fan Motor Capacitor

23

1170200020

Terminal

43

Remark
Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-12CS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1083510901

Grille

1080320105

Top Cover

1210320106

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040058

Outdoor Motor

1070030016

Propeller Fan

1080050001

Left Plate

1080320113

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1210320701

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1120320701

Discharge Pipe

13

1120320702

Suction Pipe

14

1210320103

Base

15

1120120016

Two-way Valve

16

1080050003

Valve Supporter

17

1120130021

Three-way Valve

18

1080050002

Right Plate

19

1073551103

Electrical Box Cover

20

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100003

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100032

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200019

Terminal

25

1070040002

Cable Clamp

26

1173570501

Compressor
Wiring

27

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

28

1190070017

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

29

1190500302

Cabinet Carton

view.

30

1190070019

Base Foaming

31

1190070018

Cover Forming

Power

Supply

44

Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-12CSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1083510901

Grille

1080050011

Top Cover

1210350207

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040059

Outdoor Motor

1070030012

Propeller Fan

1080050012

Left Plate

1080050009

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1210250101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1120250608

Discharge Pipe

13

1123521402

Suction Pipe

14

1210500106

Base

15

1120120017

Two-way Valve

16

1080050003

Valve Supporter

17

1120130018

Three-way Valve

18

1080050002

Right Plate

19

107351103

Electrical Box Cover

20

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100027

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200019

Terminal

45

Remark
Optional

Consist The Filter For Dry

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-12CHS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1083510901

Grille

1080320105

Top Cover

1210320101

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040058

Outdoor Motor

1070030016

Propeller Fan

1080050001

Left Plate

1080320113

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1210320701

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210320701

4-way Vane Assembly

13

1210320103

Base

14

1120120016

Two-way Valve

15

1080050003

Valve Supporter

16

1120130021

Three-way Valve

17

1080050002

Right Plate

18

1073551103

Electrical Box Cover

19

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

20

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

21

1170100003

Compressor Capacitor

22

1170100032

Fan Motor Capacitor

23

1170200020

Terminal

46

Remark
Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-12CHSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

1083510901

Grille

1080050011

Top Cover

1210 50207

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040059

Outdoor Motor

1070030012

Propeller Fan

1080050001

Left Plate

1080050009

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1210 5020

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210 50205

4-way Vane Assembly

13

1210500106

Base

14

1120120017

Two-way Valve

15

1080050003

Valve Supporter

16

1120130018

Three-way Valve

17

1080050002

Right Plate

18

1073551103

Electrical Box Cover

19

1080020001

Electrical Parts Box

20

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

21

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

22

1170100027

Fan Motor Capacitor

23

1170200020

Terminal

47

Remark
Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-18CS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1080050026

Grille

1080050011

Top Cover

1210500107

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040054

Outdoor Motor

1070030012

Propeller Fan

1080050001

Left Plate

1080050009

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1213590201

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1120500201

Discharge Pipe

13

1120500101

Suction Pipe

14

1210500106

Base

15

1120120016

Two-way Valve

16

1080050003

Valve Supporter

17

1120130021

Three-way Valve

18

1080050002

Right Plate

19

1073551103

Electrical Box Cover

20

1080020002

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100027

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200019

Terminal

25

1073570503

Up Cable Clamp

26

1073570502

Lower Cable Clamp

27

1173570501

Compressor
Wiring

28

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

29

1190070020

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070002

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070021

Base Foaming

32

1190070022

Cover Forming

Power

Supply

48

Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-18CSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1084530501

Grille

1084530504

Top Cover

1210700102

Condenser

1084530510

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040063

Outdoor Motor

1070030017

Propeller Fan

1084530516

Left Plate

1084530514

Front Plate

1084530515

Fan Guard

10

1210700101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210700102

Suction Pipe

13

1120700103

Discharge Pipe

14

1214561809

Base

15

1120120011

Two-way Valve

16

1084530502

Valve Supporter

17

1120130013

Three-way Valve

18

1084530503

Right Plate

19

1074530503

Electrical Box Cover

20

1084561802

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100030

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200010

Terminal

25

1074060118

Cable Clamp

26

1174561803

Compressor
Wiring

27

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

28

1174561801

AC Contactor

29

1190070003

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070013

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070004

Cover Carton

Power

Supply

49

Optional

Consist the filter for dry

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-18CHS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1080050026

Grille

1080050011

Top Cover

1210500107

Condenser

1080050004

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040054

Outdoor Motor

1070030012

Propeller Fan

1080050001

Left Plate

1080050009

Front Plate

1080320112

Fan Guard

10

1213590201

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210500102

4-way Vane assembly

13

1210500106

Base

14

1120120016

Two-way Valve

15

1080050003

Valve Supporter

16

1120130021

Three-way Valve

17

1080050002

Right Plate

18

1073551103

Electrical Box Cover

19

1080020002

Electrical Parts Box

20

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

21

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

22

1170100027

Fan Motor Capacitor

23

1170200020

Terminal

24

1073570503

Up Cable Clamp

25

1073570502

Lower Cable Clamp

26

1173570501

Compressor
Wiring

27

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

28

1174561802

Outdoor Pipe Sensor

29

1190070020

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070002

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070021

Base Foaming

32

1190070022

Cover Forming

Power

Supply

50

Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-18CHSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1084530501

Grille

1084530504

Top Cover

1210700202

Condenser

1084530510

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040063

Outdoor Motor

1070030017

Propeller Fan

1084530516

Left Plate

1084530514

Front Plate

1084530515

Fan Guard

10

1210700101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210700201

4-way Vane assembly

13

1214561809

Base

14

1120120011

Two-way Valve

15

1084530502

Valve Supporter

16

1120130013

Three-way Valve

17

1084530503

Right Plate

18

1074530503

Electrical Box Cover

19

1084561802

Electrical Parts Box

20

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

21

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

22

1170100030

Fan Motor Capacitor

23

1170200036

Terminal

24

1074060118

Cable Clamp

25

1174561803

Compressor
Wiring

26

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

27

1174561801

AC Contactor

28

1174530303

Outdoor Pipe Sensor

29

1190070003

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070013

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070004

Cover Carton

Power

Supply

51

Optional

Consist the filter for dry

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-24CS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1084530501

Grille

1084530504

Top Cover

1210700102

Condenser

1084530510

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040063

Outdoor Motor

1070030017

Propeller Fan

1084530516

Left Plate

1084530514

Front Plate

1084530515

Fan Guard

10

1210700101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210700102

Suction Pipe

13

1120700103

Discharge Pipe

14

1214561809

Base

15

1120120011

Two-way Valve

16

1084530502

Valve Supporter

17

1120130013

Three-way Valve

18

1084530503

Right Plate

19

1074530503

Electrical Box Cover

20

1084561802

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100030

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200010

Terminal

25

1074060118

Cable Clamp

26

1174561803

Compressor
Wiring

27

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

28

1174561801

AC Contactor

29

1190070003

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070013

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070004

Cover Carton

Power

Supply

52

Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-24CSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1084530501

Grille

1084530504

Top Cover

1210700102

Condenser

1084530510

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040063

Outdoor Motor

1070030017

Propeller Fan

1084530516

Left Plate

1084530514

Front Plate

1084530515

Fan Guard

10

1210700101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210700102

Suction Pipe

13

1120700103

Discharge Pipe

14

1214561809

Base

15

1120120011

Two-way Valve

16

1084530502

Valve Supporter

17

1120130013

Three-way Valve

18

1084530503

Right Plate

19

1074530503

Electrical Box Cover

20

1084561802

Electrical Parts Box

21

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

22

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

23

1170100030

Fan Motor Capacitor

24

1170200010

Terminal

25

1074060118

Cable Clamp

26

1174561803

Compressor
Wiring

27

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

28

1174561801

AC Contactor

29

1190070003

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070013

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070004

Cover Carton

Power

Supply

53

Optional

Consist the filter for dry

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-24CHS/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1084530501

Grille

1084530504

Top Cover

1210700202

Condenser

1084530510

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040063

Outdoor Motor

1070030017

Propeller Fan

1084530516

Left Plate

1084530514

Front Plate

1084530515

Fan Guard

10

1210700101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210700201

4-way Vane assembly

13

1214561809

Base

14

1120120011

Two-way Valve

15

1084530502

Valve Supporter

16

1120130013

Three-way Valve

17

1084530503

Right Plate

18

1074530503

Electrical Box Cover

19

1084561802

Electrical Parts Box

20

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

21

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

22

1170100030

Fan Motor Capacitor

23

1170200036

Terminal

24

1074060118

Cable Clamp

25

1174561803

Compressor
Wiring

26

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

27

1174561801

AC Contactor

28

1174530303

Outdoor Pipe Sensor

29

1190070003

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070013

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070004

Cover Carton

Power

Supply

54

Optional

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

Outdoor Unit- TAC-24CHSC/K


No.

Part No.

Part Name

Qty

Remark

1084530501

Grille

1084530504

Top Cover

1210700202

Condenser

1084530510

Outdoor Motor Supporter

1170040063

Outdoor Motor

1070030017

Propeller Fan

1084530516

Left Plate

1084530514

Front Plate

1084530515

Fan Guard

10

1210700101

Capillary Assembly

11

---------------

Compressor and its Accessories

12

1210700201

4-way Vane assembly

13

1214561809

Base

14

1120120011

Two-way Valve

15

1084530502

Valve Supporter

16

1120130013

Three-way Valve

17

1084530503

Right Plate

18

1074530503

Electrical Box Cover

19

1084561802

Electrical Parts Box

20

1080010006

Capacitor Strip

21

1170100007

Compressor Capacitor

22

1170100030

Fan Motor Capacitor

23

1170200036

Terminal

24

1074060118

Cable Clamp

25

1174561803

Compressor
Wiring

26

1173570502

Earthing Wiring

27

1174561801

AC Contactor

28

1174530303

Outdoor Pipe Sensor

29

1190070003

Base Carton

Not shown in the Explosion

30

1190070013

Cabinet Carton

view.

31

1190070004

Cover Carton

Power

Supply

55

Optional

Consist the filter for dry

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

ANNEX 2 GENERAL

INDEX
1. Type of air conditioner
2. Four elements of air conditioning
3. Principle of refrigerating cycle
4. Definition of terms
5. The term of unit
6. The term of function
7. Mollier diagram
8. Psychrometric chart
9. Noise characteristics
10. Load calculation
11. The coordination coefficient of cooling capacity

TCL Air Conditioner Service Manual

1. Type of air conditioner


1.1 Distribution according to function
Cooling

27 c

20 c

Cooling + Heating (Electric heater)


Cooling + Heating (Heat pump)
40 c

19 c
Cooling

Cooling+Heating

1.2 Distribution according to installation type


Window

Window
Duct

Skinny
PTAC
Cassette

Split

Split

Split
Floor Standing
Multi

Window

Cassette

Floor Standing

Duct
Convertible

Skinny

Convertible

PTAC

Multi

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2. Four elements of air conditioning


1) Temperature

: The dry-bulb temperature by cooling or heating room air.

2) Humidity

: A comfortable humidity condition of room air is generally kept by the relative humidity of
air, and the room air is controlled into a given relative humidity condition.

3) The degree of purity : Remove dusts in the air, and keep smoke from exceeding the allowable degree of
concentration.
: To disperse properly the air regulated in temperature, humidity and the degree of purity
into indoor, make an appropriate air flow and keep uniformly the temperature/humidity
condition of room unit.

4) Air flow

Standard for feeling comfortable


Classification

Summer

Winter

Temperature

21 ~ 28C

20 ~24C

Relative humidity

30 ~ 60%

30 ~ 60%

Air flow

0.2m/s or less

0.2m/s or less

3. Principle of refrigerating cycle


3.1 Principle of refrigerating : It is as follows.
1) Sprinkling with water in summer causes to cool surroundings.
Because water absorbs the heat of surroundings with evaporating.
2) Gasifying a liquid (R-22) which is easier to evaporate than water makes cooler.
Because water evaporates at 100C under 1 atmosphere but freon gas (R-22) does a very low temperature of
-40C
3) It is an Airconditioner that the principle is used for.

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3.2 Refrigerating cycle


1) Refrigerating cycle
ROOM AIR CONITIONER
CYCLE OF REFRIGERATION

EVAPORATOR COILS

CONDENSER COILS

COMPLETE LIQUID
BOIL OFF POINT
COOLED
AIR

SUCTION LINE
COOL LOW PRESSURE VAPOR

VAPOR INLET

HOT
DISCHARGED
AIR

ROOM AIR HEAT LOAD

OUTSIDE COOLING
AIR FOR REFRIGERANT
PASS THROUGH

MOTOR
COMPRESSOR
OIL

LIQUID
PRESSURE
DROP

LIQUID OUTLET
(LIQUID REFRIGERANT)

HIGH PRESSURE VAPOR


LIQUID REFRIGERANT

CAPILLARY TUBE

LOW PRESSURE VAPOR

2) The principle of refrigerating cycle

Compressor

Low
Press Compression
Gas
(Mid. Temp)

Condenser

High
Press Liquification
Gas
(Hi. Temp)

Capillary

High
Press Expansion
Liquid
(Hi. Temp)

Emission

Evaporator

Low
Press Evaporation
Liquid
(Low Temp)

Low
Press
Gas
(Mid. Temp)

Absorbing

3) The role of each cycle


(1) Compression

: The gasified refrigerant evaporated is absorbed into compressor through the suction pipe,
and then compressed by a piston in cylinder and turned into a gas of high temperature and
high pressure which is able to be liquified in a room temperature.

(2) Liquification

: The gas of high temperature and high pressure in compressor is cooled by air in condenser
and liquified by a condensing heat.

(3) Expansion

: With passing through the capillary tube, the high pressure refrigerant liquified in condenser
turns into a low pressure condition, which is easy to evaporate.

(4) Evaporation

: The liquid refrigerant of low temperature and low pressure passed though the capillary tube
absorbs the room air heat in evaporator and evaporates into a gas.

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4. Definition of terms
1) Air conditioning : Keeping room air in an optimum condition, depending on the use or purpose. (Cooling, heating, humidity regulating, air cleaning, etc.)
2) Cooling (Heating) capacity : Calorie which is able to be released (or added) per a unit time in room.
It is expressed in Kcal/h, BTU/h or W.
3) Absolute humidity : The amount of vapor contained in the air. Generally it is equal to the amount of vapor by g
unit contained in 1m3 air, and is expressed in g/m3.
4) Relative humidity : The ratio between the amount of vapor contained in the air and the maximum amount (the
amount of saturated vapor) of vapor capable of containing at that temperature in %.
* Relative humidity = Actual vapor pressure/Saturated vapor pressure x 100
or
= Actual vapor pressure of dew point temperature /saturated vapor pressure of dry-bulb
temp. x 100
5) Dew point temperature : The surface temperature which starts dewing on the surface when cooling a substance in the air.
6) Latent heat and sensible heat : Heat which causes a change in the state of a substance, with its temperature
constant, is called latent heat whereas heat which changes the temperature of
a substance is called sensible heat. Latent heat is expressed in terms of calories needed to cause a change of state of a substance per 1 kg. The following
equation shows that Q Kcal is needed to change state of a substance weight
G Kg when the latent heat is L Kcal/kg.
Q = GL

Liquid
n

Fu

Solid

7) Thermal flow

po

riz

on

So
lid
H ifica
ea t
t ion

o
si

t
ea

Va

d
H ens
ea a
t tio

at

io

ea

Sublimation Heat

Gas

Three States of a Substance

(1) Radiation

: A phenomenon which thermal energy as an electro-magnetic wave is transmitted


directly from a thermal source.

(2) Conductive emission

: A phenomenon which transmits from high to low temperature when there is a


temperature difference partially in a substance.
(Example : When one tip of iron rod becomes hot.)

(3) Convection

: When the temperature of a fluid like gas or liquid changes by heat, the high temperature part expands and thus the density drops to cause to be light whereas
the low temperature part is to be heavy. It means a phenomenon that heat is
transmitted together when floating happens by the weight difference of air.

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5. The term of unit


1) Kcal : Adding or releasing heat to or from a substance changes its temperature. This change of temperature is
in proportion the heat added or released. This heat is called calorie which is expressed in Kcal or cal.
1 Kcal is equal to the amount of heat required to raise the 1C temperature of 1kg water 4C.
2) BTU : 1 BTU is equal to the amount of heat required to raise the 1F temperature of 1 lb water.
1 Kcal = 3.968 BTU, 1 BTU = 0.252 Kcal
3) RT : 1 RT (Refrigerating Ton) is equal to the capacity which makes 1 Ton water 0C into ice 0C in 24 hours. It
is expressed in calorie required to freeze water 1 Ton water 32F(2000 lb) into ice 32F, and when using
the solidification latent heat of water, 1RT is as follows
1 RT = 144BTU/lb x 2000 lb/24hr = 12,000 BTU/hr = 3,024 Kcal/hr = 3.517 KW
4) Hp : Horse Power
1 Hp = 0.75 KW = 645 Kcal/h,

1W = 0.86 Kcal/h

5) Temperature conversion (C F)
F = 9/5C + 32,

C = 5/9 (F-32)

6) Area or volume conversion


1m2 = 10.764 ft2,

1m3 = 35.3165 ft3

7) Weight conversion
1Kg = 2.2 lb,

1 lb = 0.45 Kg

8) Unit conversion table


Classification

BTU/h

Kcal/h

KJ

Hp

RT

1BTU/h

0.252

0.293

1.055

0.00039

0.000083

1Kcal/h

3.968

1.163

4.186

0.00155

0.000329

1W

3.413

0.86

3.601

0.00133

0.000283

1KJ

0.948

0.239

0.278

0.00037

0.000079

1Hp

2559

645

750

2700

0.212

1RT

12000

3024

3516

12660

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6. The term of function


1) Compressor : Absorb and compress the low pressure refrigerant gasified in evaporator and flow into condenser. At this time, the low pressure needed is kept in evaporator and the refrigerant gas flows into condenser as high pressure condition. The most economical condition of compressor for an operating reason
is when the refrigerant gas absorbed into compressor is in dry-saturated condition. The overly-heated suction gas may cause the mechanical ability of compressor to be reduced and the cylinder clearance of compressor to be re-expanded, and as a result, the refrigerant may be used without its refrigerating effect.
The types of compressor is Recipro. type, Rotary type, Scroll type, Screw type, etc. and consists of cylinder, piston, vane, shaft, bearing, case and accumulator for structure reason.
2) Condenser : The high temperature/high pressure refrigerant gas compressed by compressor is sucked into
condenser and liquified by cooling. The condenser is cooled by the forced-convection of fan.
The calorie emitted from condenser is equal to the sum of the heat absorbed in evaporator and the calorie
used for compressor operating.
3) Evaporator : Absorb the heat from room air by forced-convection.
The liquid refrigerant in evaporator is evaporated by absorbing heat from room air and flowed into compressor as a gasified state. The evaporating temperature of refrigerant is decided by pressure, which is decided
by the wet-bulb temperature of suction air and the wind flow, and the pressure in evaporator is normally
5Kg/cm2G and the evaporating temperature is 5~8C.
4) Capillary : Regulate the refrigerant flow into evaporator, lower the pressure of refrigerant, and expand into a liquid of low temperature and low pressure. The type of capillary is generally a thin and long copper tube of
0.6~2.0mm2 inner diameter and 1~2m long. The resistance of tube causes to turn into a liquid of low pressure and low temperature.
5) Dryer : Any moisture in refrigerating cycle may cause the compressor motor to be damaged or the refrigerant to
be an ice state in the middle of cycle, which blocks the flow of refrigerant. Dryer is installed in a cycle for the
purpose of removing such moisture.
There are two types of dryer ; a liquid line dryer which is connected serially to the condenser outlet and a
suction line dryer which is connected serially to the suction line, with a desiccative in dryer.
The dryer is designed for uni-directional flowing of the refrigerant.
6) Muffler : Since Recipro. type compressor discharges the compressed gas discontinuously, a pulsating sound or
vibration occurs through pipe. Muffler is installed in the discharged part of compressor for the purpose of
absorbing the vibration of the discontinuously-discharged gas.
7) Strainer : Strainer serves to remove foreign substances from refrigerant by a metal net pelt of fine grid or a
glass wool being inserted into metal vessel and refrigerant being passed through between the interval.
The mounted position is between condenser and temperature auto expansion valve.
8) Service valve : SVC valve is used for vacuum working and refrigerant filling. Front seat is called a state which
cap is opened and valve is completely rotated clockwise and refrigerant stops flowing in that condition,
whereas back seat is called a state which valve is rotated completely counter-clockwise and refrigerant
flows. In case of pressure measurements or vacuum work from service valve, the back seat condition is
changed into some front seat condition. Product is released in front seat condition, so the back seat by
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9) Motor : Drive a rotating force by electric power and supply the driving force to fan and blower in both indoor and
outdoor of air conditioner.
10) Fan : Serve to blow air through condenser and blow out the heat generated with refrigerant liquified in condenser. Its structure is similar with a motor fan.
11) Blower (Cross Flow Fan: C.F.F) : Suck room air, blow into evaporator, make evaporator absorb the heat, and
disperse the cooled air into room. Blower is placed indoor unit, so a small size, high wind flow and low
noise type is used.
12) Thermostat (Thermistor) : Sense the suction air into room and regulate automatically room temperature by
compressor on/off depending on temperature. Thermostat is used for a mechanical type model and thermistor for a micom type control method.
13) Capacitor : Supply a driving torque to the compressor motor or fan motor for aircon and make the operating
efficiency better during operation.
14) Over load protector (O.L.P) : A protective device of automatic return type which is placed in the wire of compressor and shuts off the power of compressor motor against the overheat and overcurrent of compressor.
At this time, compressor is stopped operating by power off and fan only is at work. Generally the working
temperature is 1155C and the return temperature is 935C.
15) High pressure switch (H.P.S/W) : A protective device of automatic return type which protects compressor
from overload by sensing the discharge pressure of compressor, working at an abnormal high temperature,
and shutting off the electric circuit. Generally the working pressure is 28kg/cm2G and the return pressure is
23 kg/cm2G.
16) Sump heater : A cord heater which is wound around the compressor bottom, and its type is decided depending on the capacity of compressor. If compressor is not at work at power on, sump heater is at work
whereas if compressor works, sump heater does not work, so be sure to always keep the compressor
temperature higher than any other unit.
17) Accumulator : A kind of liquid refrigerant separator which prevents the liquid refrigerant from sucking into
compressor and is installed in the suction inlet of compressor.
18) Reversing valve (4 way valve) : Convert the flow of refrigerant upon cooling/heating switch-over, electrically
power on when heating and off when cooling, be installed in outdoor, and have four connecting valves as
shown in the name. The refrigerant passing through compressor always flows to a constant direction and
is able to reverse-operate completely the refrigerating cycle of both cooling and heating by a reversing
valve. Consist of reversing valve and solenoid valve. The main valve in reversing valve uses a nylon resin
which is deformed by heat 120C or over and thus causes valve not to work, so be cautious while
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19) Solenoid valve : Regulate the refrigerant flow by refrigerant on/off in cycle which refrigerant flows according
as the valve operates through a coil unit being powered on. Mainly it is used when reversing the 4 way
valve of a cooling/heating model or constructing each unit cycle of multi model.
20) Check valve : Prevent refrigerant from reverse flow in refrigerating cycle. It is installed in a place where it is
necessary to prevent the reverse flow of refrigerant in a copper pipe. It has a mechanical structure and
attached to the opposite of a heating capillary to expand the heating/cooling model by two speeds, and is
constructed so as to flow through capillary in heating and through the check valve in cooling only.

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7. Mollier diagram
7.1 Refrigerant state transition on Mollier diagram
1) Refrigerant changes iso-barically and iso-thermally in evaporator, so enthalpy (the heat absorbed from evaporator) increases as shown in Figure 7.1 below.
2) In compressor, as the running speed of compressor is fast, it is thought there is no thermal input/output from or
to the outside within a short time, which is regarded as an adiabatic change. Accordingly the compression
process rises upto the discharge pressure along the iso-entropic line and the amount of energy of the
compressor is the same as the enthalpy change of refrigerant between compressor cylinder inlet and outlet.

Condensation

Compression

3) In condenser, the overheated vapor is cooled as much as the


degree of overheat, saturated, and then condensed and
somewhat over-cooled. The process is established by an isobar
process, so an enthalpy down (the calorie emitted from
condenser) happens horizontally on diagram.

Expansion

4) Expansion process is a throttle expansion which there is no


enthalpy change before and after the expansion valve and the
pressure and temperature drop, so the process changes
vertically downward.

Evaporation

i
Figure 7.1 Refrigerating cycle

7.2 How to draw a refrigerating cycle


For example, draw a refrigerating cycle under the following operating condition.
1) Evaporation & condensation temperature :
Find an evaporation temperature 8C on the saturated
liquid line or saturated vapor line in Mollier diagram
and draw a horizontal line, isobar line (pressure 6.54
kg/cm2 abs) from that point. In the same manner, draw
a isobar line at condensation temperature 46C, and
the evaporation and condensation process changes
states between two isobar lines.

Refrigerant

R-22

Evaporation temp.

8C

Condensation temp.

46C

Overheat temp. of suction gas.

8C

Temp. just before expansion valve.

40C

= 6.54kg/

tc = 8 C

8C

cm, abs

Ps

16 C

tc = 16C

Evaporation

i
Figure 7.2 Evaporation & condensation temperature

A
16C

Compression

Ps

tc = 46 C
46 C

8C

Pd =18.1kg/cm,2 abs

8 C

46 C

8C
152kcal/kg

Figure 7.3 Suction gas state of compressor

2) Suction gas state of compressor : The state of compressor suction gas is the same as that of refrigerant at
evaporator outlet, and the evaporation temperature and is 8C and the degree of superheat is 8C, so the
temperature of suction gas is to be 16C Accordingly the state point of compressor suction gas is the
intersection between pressure 6.54 kg/cm2 abs at wet vapor 8C and superheat vapor 16C, and is a point of
pressure 6.54 kg/cm2 abs, temperature 16C, enthalpy 152.0 Kcal/kg, non-volume 0.0024m3 /kg, entropy 1.182
Kcal/kg K. (See Figure 7.3)

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3) Discharged gas state (the state at compressor outlet or condenser inlet) : An adiabatic change is almost
seen in compressor, so the state of discharged gas follows the isentropic line at point B of Figure 7.4.
Accordingly the state point of discharge gas is the intersection with wet-vapor pressure 18.1 kg/cm2 abs entrophy 1.138kcal/kg K at condensation temperature 46C, and is a point of pressure 18.1kg/cm2 abs, temperature
75C, enthalpy 158.0 Kcal/kg, specific volume 0.00152m3 /kg, entropy 1.182 Kcal/kg K, and superheat 30C.
(Figure 7.4)
P

Isenthalpy line

Supercooling=6C

75

40C
46C

td = 46C

Pd

Pd

40C

112kcal/kg

158.0kcal/kg

Figure 7.4 A state of discharge gas

td = 46C

Figure 7.5 A state of condensed liquid

4) State of condensed liquid : The temperature of refrigerant liquid just before expansion valve in the design condition is 40C, so the state point is the intersection between 46C wet air pressure 18.1kg/cm2 abs and 40C
isothermic line (point C of Figure 7.5) in pressure 18.1kg/cm2 abs, temperature 40C, enthalpy 112.0 Kcal/kg,
supercooling 6C.
5) State of expansion valve outlet (The state of evaporator inlet) : The state is changed on isentropic line without thermal input/output in expansion valve, so the state point is the intersection between enthalpy 112.0
Kcal/kg line and evaporation temperature 8C isothermal line (point D of Figure 7.6) at pressure 6.54kg/cm2
abs, temperature 8C, enthalpy 112.0 Kcal/kg, specific volume 1.0080m2/kg, entrophy 1.025 Kcal/kg K, and the
degree of dryness 0.2.

Ps

Isenthalpy line tc= 8C

D
112.0 kcal/kg

Figure 7.6 A state of expansion valve outlet

Condensation temp=46C
c
Condensation
Suction gas temp. = -16C
Dry saturated vapor
Evaporation temp.= 8C
a
g
Evaporation

46C
40

b
ion

40C

Expansion

Pd

q2

Co
mp
res
s

Temperature
just before
expansion v/v
=40C

q3 = (ia-ig)
q1 = (ia -if)

Al

Figure 7.7 A standard refrigerating cycle

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For the refrigerating cycle abef as shown in Figure 7.7, if the cooling capacity of condenser increases by the
temperature down of saturated liquid, cooling water or air and then the temperature of condenser outlet
refrigerant liquid decreases, the refrigerating cycle will be abef. Likewisely, the temperature difference when
the temperature of condenser outlet refrigerant liquid is below the temperature of saturated liquid at that pressure
is called the degree of supercooling, which enhances the refrigerating effect. The effect of supercooling is as
follows.
Standard

Supercooling rise

qe=ia-ig

Refrigerating effect
qe
Al

Coefficient of performance

qe'=ia-if

<

ia-id
ib-ia

qe'
=
Al

<

ia-if
ib-ia

7.3 Calculation of refrigerating cycle


1) Refrigerating effect : Calories which evaporator absorbes, and the refrigerant flowing through evaporator is a
wet vapor and at outlet a superheat vapor. In DA process in Figure 7.8, refrigerant absorbs Calorie qe from
surroundings with evaporating.
qe = iA - iD .......................................................................................................................................... (7.1)
The refrigerating effect is one which is calculated by equation (7.1), and is expressed in calories which
refrigerant 1kg absorbs from evaporator during ABCD cycle.
The refrigerating effect when the state of refrigerant gas sucked into compressor is changed into A', A'' in
Figure 7.8 is as follows.
qe' = iA' - iD ......................................................................................................................................... (7.2)
qe" =iA" - iD ......................................................................................................................................... (7.3)

P
D

q"e
q'e
qe
iCiD

A" A' A
A

D
qe

i"A i' A i A

AI
iA

Figure 7.8 Refrigerating effect

iB

Figure 7.9 Work of compression

2) Work of compression : The heat equivalent of work which


has compressed refrigerant 1kg is the difference of enthalpy
between compressive process AB as shown in Figure 7.9,
P
and the equation of calculation is as follows.

Al = iB - iA ............................................................... (7.4)
3) Calorie of condensation : The calorie emitted from
condenser is the sum of the refrigerating effect and the heat
equivalent of work. (Figure 7.10)
qe' = qe + Al
qe = (iA - iD) + (iB - iA) = iB - iD.................................. (7.5)

A
AI

qe
q e'= q e AI
iC
iD

iA

Figure 7.10 Calorie of condensation

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4) Circulation amount of refrigerant : An amount of refrigerant to be evaporated in evaporator to obtain the


refrigerating capacity needed. It is expressed in the weight by the unit time.
Q ............................................................................................................................................. (7.6)
G=
qe
G: Circulation amount of refrigerant (kg/h)
Q: Refrigerating capacity needed (Kcal/h)
qe: Refrigerating effect by the refrigerant 1kg (Kcal/kg)
To decide the capacity of compressor, the circulation amount of refrigerant should be converted into the suction
gas amount of compressor.
V = GvA =

Q
qe

vA=

QvA
iA - iD

(m3/h) .......................................................................................................... (7.7)

V: Suction gas amount of compressor (m3/h)


VA: Specific volume of refrigerant at compressor inlet (m3/kg)
The amount of piston extrusion is calculated as follows.
V' = D2L X 60nL ............................................................................................................................................. (7.8)
4
D: Diameter of cylinder (m)
n: Rotational speed of compressor (rpm)
L: Piston stroke (m)
N: No. of cylinder
5) Coefficient of performance : The efficiency of refrigerating cycle. It is expressed in COP as the abbreviation
of Coefficient of Performance.
COP

COP

Refrigerating effect

Heat equivalent of work


qe
Al

iA-iD
iB-iA

Refrigerating effect
Shaft power for compressor(KW) x 860

...................................................................................(7.9)

Al : Heat equivalent of work for compression (Kcal/kg)


qe : Refrigerating effect (Kcal/kg)
COP is greater than 1, and the greater COP is, the better the performance is.
For the general COP of refrigerator, compressive efficiency hc and machine efficiency hm should be considered.
COP'= COP x hc x hm ............................................................................................................................(7.10)

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Example) By using the Mollier diagram of R-22, find the compression ratio, refrigeratiny effect, work of compression, calorie of condensation, circulation amount of refrigerant, coefficient of performance, and refrigerating effect per 1KW.
Evaporation pressure

: Ps = 6.5kg/cm2abs

Compression ratio

: Pr = Pc/Pe = 18.1/6.5 = 2.78

Enthalpy

: iA = 148.5kcal/kg
iB = 158.5kcal/kg
iC = 110kcal/kg
iD = 110kcal/kg
iC' = iD'= 112kcal/kg
iE = 148kcal/kg

Accordingly, Refrigerating effect


Work of compression
Calorie of condensation
Circulation amount of refrigerant
COP
Refrigerating effect per 1KW

Absolute Pressure(kg/cm2 abs)

Condensation pressure : Pd = 18.1kg/cm2abs

15.0

3.0

46C
C
C'

B 75C

38C

40C

8C
D

D'

110 112

0.0016m3 /kg
0.0024m3 /kg

16C
A

148 148.5

158.5

: q1 = iA - iD = 148.5 - 110 = 38.5 [kcal/kg]


: A1 = iB - iA = 158.5 - 148.5 = 10 [kcal/kg]
: q2 = iB - iC = 158.5 - 110 = 48.5 [kcal/kg]
: G=Q/q1 = 3320/38.5 = 86.2 [kg/h.RT] (per 1 Refrigerating Ton)
: q1/A1 = 38.5/10 = 3.85
: k = 860 x 3.85 = 3311 [kcal/h. KW]

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(kgf/cm2)
110

60

70

120
h

130

80

130

t=-90C

140

-80

-40

-30

-20

-10

v=

160

0.002
15
1.

0.0

170

150

20

25
1.

160

170

1.3
S=

a
kc

g.K
l/k

30
1.

180

3
v= 2.0m /kg

1.0

0.4

0.15
0.2

0.1

0.06

0.04

0.02

30

0.01

0.06

0.1

0.2

0.4

0.6

1.0

2.0

4.0

6.0

10.0

20.0

40.0

60.0

100.0

190
150.0

0.03

20
1.

3
0.00
0.004
0.005
0.006
0.008

180

40

70
60
50

150

80

10

t=90C

-50
-60

-70

t=90C

140

/kg

80

kcal/kg

0.02
190

100

50

120

0.02
70
90

10

30

40

50C

0.04

t=-90C

-80

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

20

110
.10k

0.04

0.06

0.1

0.2

0.4

0.6

1.0

2.0

4.0

6.0

10.0

20.0

p-h graph of R22

.1

40.0

x=0

60.0

0.2

150.0

0.3

100

0.4

90

0.5

80

0.7

70

0.6

0C
10

g.K
cal/k

0.9

5
01

50C

100C

150.0
0C
15
0C

s=1

0.8

0
20

p-h graph of R22

50C

15

150C

200C

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8. Psychrometric chart
8.1 Psychrometric chart

I=1

2.6

0%

t'=18.71

=5

Psychrometric chart shows the characteristics of moist


air by a diagram, including i-x, t-x, and t-i diagram. The
i-x diagram is shown in the right side. A point expressing the state of air in the psychrometric chart is called
a state point, which is used for finding a dry-bulb temperature,wet-bulb temperature, dew point temperature,
relative humidity, absolute humidity, enthalpy, etc. For
example, at dry-bulb temperature 26C, and relative
humidity 50%, the enthalpy, absolute humidity, wetbulb temperature, dew point temperature and specific
volume is found from the psychrometric chart as follows.

t"=14.70

0.0105
V=

0.

Enthalpy I = 12.6 (Kcal/kg)

86

Absolute humidity x = 0.0105 (kg/kg)

[C]

Wet-bulb temperature t = 18.71 (C)


Dew point temperature t = 14.70 (C)

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Figure. Psychrometric chart

Specific volume v = 0.862 (m3/kg)

8.2 Discomfort index (DI)


In summer, Discomfort Index is frequently used in the weather forecast on TV or newspapers. Man feels hot
or dry according as the relative humidity is high or low, but not the absolute humidity. Generally, now that we
feel discomfortable at high relative humidity, the state which is felt uncomfortable at both dry-bulb and wetbulb temperature may be expressed empirically as an equation, Discomfort Index (DI), which is used as an
emotional index for summer temperature and humidity condition.
* DI = (Wet-bulb temperature + Dry-bulb temperature) x 0.72 + 40.6
* Degree of DI
DI

Degree of DI

86

Intolerable discomfort (Unable to bear the sultry weather.)

80

Everybody feels uncomfortable. (Sweat at hot weather.)

75

Half or more people feel uncomfortable. (Feel the heat a little.)

70

Start to feel uncomfortable.

68

Comfortable

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8.3 Dewing
The most damp condition of air is at the saturated air condition of relative humidity 100% which is unable to
contain moisture any longer. As a result, the water vapor (moisture) in the air is condensed and turned into
liquid as waterdrop which can be seen. Such phenomenon is called dewing or condensation, commonly
sweating.
Dew point temperature means the temperature of air when starting to form dew. For example, when taking
out a bottle of beer from refrigerator in summer, you have probably seen several times the surface of beer
bottle sweats, that is, waterdrop form. The phenomenon is because the moist air around the bottle of beer is
changed rapidly into a state beyond relative humidity 100% with rapid cooling below the dew point temperature, and the vapor in the air not contained forms dew. Maybe you have ever experienced damages that summer cooling in your house caused the bedclothes in wardrobe to be damp by de wing or the winter heating
caused to form dew on window and waterdrop to flow into wall or floor carpet.

Dewing prevention
Such a fine particle (vapor in air) that its shadow or shape has never appeared is rapidly cooled when it
touches a cold substance below dew point temperature. That is, shocking or starting by rapid cooling
causes waterdrops to be emerged out; dewing.
It is necessary to prevent from dewing in room because it gives trouble. For example, in order to keep
room windows from dewing in heating, insulation effect should be increased by making room humidity
down or using a double window.
Americans frequently does not humidify when heating, and if humidifying, they lower room humidity considerably.
Relative humidity in room to prevent inner area from dewing
Outdoor temperature [C]

Heat loss rate


[Kcal/m2hC]

-10

-7.5

-5

-2.5

2.5

22[%]

25[%]

29[%]

33[%]

38[%]

43[%]

48[%]

29

32

36

40

45

50

55

37

41

44

48

53

58

62

48

52

55

59

62

66

70

62

65

67

70

73

76

79

79

80

82

83

85

87

89

17

18

0.77

0.78

0.79

6 7

0.80

0.81

0.82

Dry Bulb temperature t' [C]


0.83
0.84

0.85

0.86

0.87

0.88

0.89

0.90

0.91

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

]
DA)
3 /kg(
m
[
v

0.76

4 5

ree
eg
d
d
ate
tur
]
Sa
%
[
y
dit
mi
hu
e
iv
lat
Re

]
%
[

0.92

0.75

2 3

We
t Bu
lb te
mp
era
ture
t' [
C]

0.93

-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1

-4

10

19

25

27

e
olum
ific v
c
e
Sp

-6

ter
-1
wa
-2
Ice

13

15

17

18

24

26

0.94

-8

11

12

14

16

13

18

20

0.95

10

11

12

20

h
lpy 5
22
tha 1
n
E 4
21
1

]
A) 7
g(D 1
la /k
[kc 16
23

19

28

29

31

32

34

0.96

ctor
at Fa
le He
ib
s
n
Se

Heat
inher
=d ent moistu
h/dx[k
r
cal/k e ratio
g]

21

22

30

26

33

30

0.000

0.001

0.002

0.003

0.004

0.005

0.006

0.007

0.008

0.009

0.010

0.011

0.012

0.013

0.014

0.015

0.016

0.017

0.018

0.019

0.020

0.021

0.022

0.023

0.024

0.025

0.026

0.027

0.028

0.029

0.030

0.031

0.032

0.033

0.034

0.035

0.036

0.037

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

Psychrometric chart

PSYCHROMETRIC CHART

NORMAL TEMPERATURES ATMOS PHERIC PRESSURE 760mm Hg


(-10~+50C, ATMOS PHERIC PRESSURE 760mm Hg)

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24

25

27

28

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Steam partial pressure Pw [mmHg]

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9. Noise characteristics
9.1. Sound composition :
The physical amount of sound is expressed in a logarithm and the sound level (dB) is calculated by simple
addition or subtraction.
Lc, the sum of n sounds L1, L2, ....Ln (dB) is calculated by the following equation.
Lc = 10 log (10 L1/10 + 10 L2/10 + ..... 10 Ln/10)
Generally, the noise level by composing two sounds of L1 (dB) and L2 (dB) is found in the following figure.
3.0

Example) When composing 60dB and 57dB sounds, the level of


complex sound is calculated as follows.
L1-L2=60-57=3
n the left figure, L 1.7
Complex sound level : L3 = L1+L
= 60+1.7=61.7dB

2.8
2.4
2.0

1.5
1.2
0.8

L3 = L1+10log(1+10-(L1-L2)/10)
= L1+L(L1L2)

0.4
0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
L1

L2 (dB)

The equation is applied to the sound decomposition method.

(Figure: Calculation chart of dB composition)


7

When complex sound (measured sound) is L3(dB) and


background noise is L2(dB), the object sound L1 (dB) is
calculated as follows.
L1= L3 + 10 log (1-10
= L3 - L'(L3 L2)

6.87

6
5

/10)

-(L3-L2)

4.33

L'
Example) While machine sound is measured 65dB, the noise at
machine stopping is 63dB.
Accordingly the noise level of machine itself is
L3-L2 = 65-63 = 2

2.19

1.65
1.25

1
0
1

In the right figure, L' 4.33

3.00

L1 = L3-L' = 65-4.33 60.7

0.58 0.36
0.46

L3

Noise level of machine is

0.96
0.75

0.26

10 11 12

L2 (dB)

(Figure: Calculation chart of dB decomposition)

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9.2 Sound attenuation


The sound pressure level Lp[dB] at r[m]from a point sound source is composed of the following equation.
Lp = Lw + 10 log (Q/4r2 + 4/R)
Lw : Power level of sound source
R : Real integer
Q : Directional factor (Spherical sound : 1, Semi-spherical sound: 2)
Generally the noise level Lpr (dB) at r[m] from the sound source is
Lpr = Lps - 20 log r + C
* Lps : Sound source level (dB)
C: Characteristics of sound sources including a point sound source and plane sound source
And the noise level Lp1 and Lp2 at r1 and r2 from noise source is
Lp1 = Lps-20 log r1 + C, Lp2 = Lps - 20 log r2 + C
Therefore, eliminate Lps, and Lp2 = Lp1 + 20 log r1/r2
Example) In a condition the four condensers of noise
level 50dB are placed parallelly, what is the
complex noise at point A? And what is the
sum of noise at background noise 35dB and
1m distance?

2m

1) The noise level at point A of each aircon is ;


Lpa = Lpb = 50+20 log 1/2 = 44.0
Lpc = 50 + 20 log 1/3 = 40.5
Lpd = 50 + 20 log 1/4 = 38.0

2m

c
3m

4m

Point A

2) Considering the noise source, the complex noise level is;


L =10 log(1044/10+1044/10+1040.5/10+1038/10+1035/10)
= 48.5(dB)

9.3 Allowable level of noise


1) NC curve

90

For NC 50, the band level at octave frequency band


1200-2400Hz is at 50dB and the high level is allowed
at low sound side. To inhibit to NC50, the result of
octave band analysis at that sound should be below
NC50 curve.
2) Allowable level of noise
NC
Curve

dB(A)

15-20

25

House

20

30

20-25

Classroom

Place

Place

NC
dB(A)
Curve
25-30

40

Hospital

30

35

35

Library

30

40

25

40

Small office room

30-35

45

Conference room

25

40

Large office room

45

50

Apartment, Hotel

25-30

40

Factory

50

60-70

Studio
Music hall
Theater

NC Curve
Octave frequency band level (dB)
(0 dB=0.00002 bar)

NC curve as an abbreviation of Noise Criteria is a


curve expressing the allowable level by frequency for
noise evaluation.

80
70

NC-70

60

NC-60

NC-40

40

NC-3

30

NC-

20

20
10

20

NC-50

50

20
75

75 150 300 600 1200 2400 4800


150 300 600 1200 2400 4800 10000

Octave frequency band level (c/s)

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10. Load calculation


10.1 Cooling/Heating load calculation
1) Calorie from wall body
2) Calorie from glass
3) Calorie by clearance wind
4) Calorie generated from human body
5) Calorie generated from thermal instruments
6) Shaft heat load of wall body
7) Acquired calorie within machine
8) Others (Outdoor load)
The cooling load is calculated by summing up from item 1 through item 8. As a reference, the calorie
generated from human body is as follows.
Table 10.1 Calorie from human body (Kcal/h. person)
28(C)

Room temp

Working posture

Example

27(C)

26(C)

24(C)

21(C)

Total

SH

LH

SH

LH

SH

LH

SH

LH

SH

LH

Sit upright

Theater

88

44

44

49

39

53

35

58

30

65

23

Studying

School

101

45

56

49

52

53

48

61

40

69

32

113

45

68

50

63

54

59

62

51

72

41

Office work/light walking Hotel Dept.


Erect, sit upright, walk

Bank

126

45

81

50

76

55

71

64

62

73

53

Business

Restaurant

139

48

91

56

83

62

77

71

68

81

58

Seated work

Light work at factory

189

48

141

56

133

62

127

74

115

92

97

Normal dancing

Dance hall

215

56

159

62

153

69

146

82

133

101

114

Walking 4.8 (km/h)

Heavy work at factory

252

68

184

76

176

83

169

96

156

116

136

Balling

Balling

365

113

252

117

248

121

244

132 233

153

212

Note : SH : Sensible heat, LH : Latent heat

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Example) Calculation of simple cooling capacity


By using a simple cooling capacity calculation table, calculate the cooling load.

North

0.9

Wall

Entrance door (Opening/shutting door)

2.5
0.5

Living room

4
2.3

Double window
(Without pent roof)

7
Wall (inner wall)
No sunshine

( unit : m )
Sunshine

Condition : . Apartment living room (middle layer)


4 persons in room

Veranda

2 fluorescent light 20W

Sliding door

One TV set 150W

(Double window)
(Curtain)

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10.2 Simple cooling capacity calculation table


Item
Max.direc
tion of
sunshine
load
1.Window
(Double
window:
Coeffi.x4)

(2) For all the other windows, calculate as


Others item.

W
E

(The sunshine window not max.load, the


east, west & south windows all day shade,
and north window are calculated as others.

S
W

North,
Shade

10

(1) For outer wall area, subtract the window


area.
(2) All of each outer wall to the directions
(east,west,south) with sunshine is
calculated as sunshine and the outer
wall to north or shade direction is calculated as north and shade.

15
15
10

(1) For sliding doors and glass, calculate all


the movable part.

10

(3) Do not calculate saparately wall and


sliding door.

Upper is room.

10

(1) Use the area of ceiling.

Upper is
roof.

35

(2) The upper part of the top floor or one


story building is roof.

(1) If the space beneath floor is ventilated


even though it is ground, calculate as
room.

3.Compart
Wall,
ment
Open/close
door(APT
entrance)

5.Floor

No
Sunshine

Lower is
ground.
Lower is room

Korean-style
6.
house
Ventilation
Western-style
house

(2) Calculate wall except sliding door and


glass area.

10

(1) Be ventilated by a clearance wind or


door open/close. If using a fan, this calculation is not applicable.

25
15

(1) Calculate maximum number of persons


if possible, but follow customers
request.
(2) Unless otherwise specified, general
housing is based on one person per
floor area 3.3m2.

7.Person

8.Heater

Calculation method
(1) Calculate each window load for one
direction only of maximum load.

Sunshine

Sliding
door, glass

4.Ceiling

Sunshine

Coeff. Load(Kcal/h)

50
25
25
10

Others

2.Outer
wall

Area (m2)

Fluorescent
light
Electric
heaters

(1) For other electric appliances,


input (W) by coefficient. Fluorescent
light : coefficient 1. (2) Gas appliance is
calculated by gas heat * gas
consumption.

1
0.86

Gas
instruments
Total

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10.3 Aircon selection


1) Calorie required per 1m2
100 ~ 130 Kcal/h/m2

2) Considerations in capacity selection


A place of good insulation, an apartment 90~105 kcal/h/m2
A place of poor insulation, a slate building 135~150 kcal/h/m2
A place of poor insulation and many windows 150 kcal/h/m2 or over
A place of poor insulation, many windows, much sunshine 160 kcal/h/m2 or over
Western or southern room

(+)

Many persons in a room

(+)

Heater in a room

(+)

3) Rough selection of capacity


Considering the above 2), add the clearance rate by 10% each except for lecture room, kitchen, or special
area, and select the capacity.
The nominal area is selected on the basis of outdoor 35C and indoor 27C, but actually the temperature in
condenser is higher than standard condition according to summer hottest temperature and condenser installation condition, so the capacity selection by the rough method does not matter.

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11. The coordination coefficient of cooling capacity


You can use the cooling selection guide chart to determine the size unit best suited for the consumer's
application.

tic

1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
1400
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100

t
ra

ng

li
ei

Area to cooled-square feet

e
ov

ab

ce

e
pi

nd

c
Oc

n
Ba

Ba

Daytime 4000~ 6000~ 8500~


Cooling 6000 8500 11000

a
sp

ed

de

in
eil

un

ttic

lat

a
er

nd

u
ns

u
ing

eil

-l

c
ted

ula

dC

ns
nl

No

Ba

11000~ 15000~19000 19000~24000 24000~


15000
27000

1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
1400
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100

27000~32000

Cooling capacity required-BTU/Hr.

Primarily 4000 5000 6000


Nighttime
Cooling

If area to be cooled includes a kitchen, add 1,000 BTU/Hr.


If more than two people occupy area, add 600 BTU/Hr. per person.
If only one person, subtract 600 BTU/HR.

How to read the cooling Selection Guide


1. Determine area to be cooled in sqare feet.
Locate that point on the left side of the Cooling Selection Guide.
2. Move horizontally across to Band A, B or C, according to ceiling condition in the area to be cooled as follows:
- Band A: Occupied space above ceiling
- Band B: Insulated ceiling under attic
- Band C: Non-insulated ceiling unter attic
This "band" on the Selection Guide indicates a range of BTU/Hr. capacity normally required to cool such an area.

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ANNEX 3 TROUBLE SHOOTING

INDEX
1. Electric parts
2. Refrigerant system
3. Troubleshooting
4. Installation Fundamentals

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1. Electric parts
It is compressor and motor fan that finally drives after power is supplied. And it is necessary to check the internal factors like switches, protectors, or lead wires that are needed to reach the compressor and motor fan to
see if their connections are normal and the external factors to see if voltage is normally supplied.

1.1 External factors check


1) Working power and voltage drop
The rated voltage for airconditioner is specified in a workable range.
In order to operate airconditioner normally, it is desirable for the working voltage and minimum. starting voltage
to be within the following chart range.
Especially, just the fact that the voltage when airconditioner is not at work is within the working voltage range is
insufficient, and the voltage is sure to be within the working voltage range by measuring in a operating condition.
lnput voltage (V1)

* Usable voltage = Product rating 10%

Voltage

Voltage drop

Starting voltage(V2)

Running voltage(V3)

Time

2) Electric wire capacity


The electric wire for airconditioner should have an allowable current more than the load current of the circuit
and be able to control the voltage drop by the load current within 2%.
And it should be a thickness capable of keeping the voltage drop by a starting current within -10%, and especially for an airconditioner of single phase, the voltage drop (Flicker voltage) by the starting currnet be within
about 5%.
A = V1 - V2 : Voltage drop by the starting current of airconditioner (Flicker voltage)
B = V1 - V3 : Voltage drop by the normal running current of airconditioner
V1 - V3
V1

V1 - V2

100 2%(B case)

V1

100 5%(A case)

In case of using an airconditioner in a low voltage area where power supply voltage is low, especially, the Flicker
voltage due to inadequate wires may cause the fluorescent light to be off or may affect the other electric products.
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3) Wire thickness required


Rated current appliance(A)

Nominal cross-sectional area(mm2)

Up to and including 6

0.75

Over 6 up to and including 10

1.0

Over 10 up to and including 16

1.5

Over 16 up to and including 25

2.5

Over 25 up to and including 32

4.0

Over 32 up to and including 40

6.0

Over 40 up to and including 63

10.0

For rated currents up to 3A, a nominal cross-sectional area of 0.5mm2 is only allowed if the length of the cord
does not exceed 2m.

1.2 Internal factors check

Power
supply

Switches

Operation switch
Rotary switch
Remocon

Function parts

Protector

Operation
indicator lamp
Relay
reversing coil
Conductor
Thermistor

Pressure switch
O.L.P
Fuse

Compressor
Motor Fan

1.2.1 Insulation resistance


Measure the insulation resistance between live part and dead metal part by 500V insulation resistor to
check if the insulation resistance is more than 10M.
1.2.2 Insulation resistance measurement of compressor
Measure the insulation resistance of compressor between compressor terminal and dead metal part by insulation resistor, and the insulation resistance should be above 10M.
Compressor may change the insulation resistance while running. Accordingly, measure the insulation
resistance just after running as needed.
Note: For R-22 used in airconditioner, the dielectric rate on liquid state is high. If a contaminant is mixed
into R-22, the electric resistance is extremely low and the poor insulation is occurred. Accordingly,
be sure to prevent contaminants from mixing into refrigerant system.

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1.2.3 Running capacitor


1) Earth inspection between terminal and body
As shown in Figure 1, connect a resistor between one side terminal and body of condenser to check for
continuity.
2) Capacity inspection
(1) Remove the lead wire from both terminals of condenser to be checked.
(2) Contact both terminals of lead wire for 2-3 sec., and discharge.
(Be sure to perform to prevent the tester damage before measuring.)
(3) After discharging, contact both terminals of tester with the terminal of condenser to see the dial vibrating
direction of resistor. (See Figure 2.)
There are three kinds of dial vibrating direction in tester, and each vibrating direction and symptom is as
follows.
A: Normal : Dial shakes instantaneously and returns to the original state immediately.
B: Short : Dial remains moved.
C: Capacity consumed up : Dial does not move at all.

Figure 1.

Figure 2.

1.2.4 Motor fan


1) Power off, remove motor fan, and test independently.
2) Measure the resistance of main coil, sub coil and control coil in motor.
3) Use a good quality of capacitor in testing.
4) Diagnose the following troubles by the independent test, and replace motor.
a) Motor is not started.
b) Motor rotation rises very slowly.
c) Bearing failure : The shaft does not move.
d) Arc occurs in the motor inside.
e) Smoke emits from motor inside.
f) Excessive noise

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Measuring main coil resistance : White Black


Black

Brown
O.L.P

Red
C

White

Measuring sub coil resistance : Brown Black


Measuring control coil resistance : Red Black

1.2.5 Thermostat
There are 3 kinds of thermostat malfunction.
1) Leak of gas charged in sensor part
2) Short of contact point
3) Wrong wiring
Switch off at room temperature 18-30C, turn carefully the knob of thermostat from 1 to 10 (the number may
be different or a figure be used according to model) or reversely, and click sounds.
After the sound is heard, turn reversely to check again the click sounds.
If click sounds, the thermostat is in normal. If room temperature exceeds 30C, test should be done after
cooling by putting the sensor part of thermostat into a cold water container because the contact point is not
opened.
If knob is turned but click does not sound, remove the thermostat cover and examine the contact point.
The fused contact point should be replaced with a new thermostat.
If contact point is not closed despite of the sensor temperature being sufficiently high, the gas at the sensor
part may be leaked. In this case, replace the thermostat.
When replacing thermostat, be sure to conduct after performing carefully as the above content.
1.2.6 Thermistor
Pull out the lead wire of thermistor terminal to test continuity.
Connect a tester to the terminal of thermistor and measure the resistance. The resistance value varies
according to the measuring condition and temperature, so in order to vary temperature forcibly, put water in
a cup, cool the sensor part of thermistor, and then measure the resistance, and also measure in a condition
that the sensor part of thermistor becomes warm by hands.

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1.3 Compressor trouble diagnosis


1.3.1 Electrical troubles
1) Ground test
Test single phase and three phase in the same
manner.
(1) Shut off the power supply to product.
(2) Remove the wires connected to the compressor terminal.
(3) Clean the compressor terminal and discharge
(suction) pipe.
(4) Measure the resistance of discharge (suction)
pipe and each terminal by using a R x 1K
scale of Ohm meter.

Ohm Meter
R x 1K

(5) If dial moves remarkably, the terminal is in


ground state. So, replace the compressor.
2) Wrong wiring check of compressor terminal
Examine the wiring diagram of compressor terminal or the electric circuit diagram of product on the cover
of compressor terminal to check if there is wrong wiring.
3) Checking of wire disconnection or overload protector (O.L.P) operating condition
This check is to see the wire terminal condition of motor inside, and for a single phase compressor with
O.L.P built-in, it identifies the O.L.P operating condition and wire disconnection.
(1) Shut off the power supply to product.
(2) Remove the wires connected to the compressor terminal.
(3) After checking the ground state, cool the
compressor sufficiently.
(at room temperature)
<For single-phase compressor>
(4) Measure the resistance of each terminal by
Ohm meter R x 1K scale, and if dial does not
move, compressor is in opened condition.
<For three-phase compressor>
(5) Measure the resistance of each terminal by
Ohm meter R x 1K scale, and if dial does not
move, the wire between two terminals is
disconnected.
-> Action: Replace the compressor.
* OLP may be operated by the following causes, so be sure to find and remove the cause.
(1) Operation at low voltage
(2) Defects of operation or starting device
(3) Overheat of compressor motor due to the condensing coil closing, condensing motor defects,
liquid line close, or injection capillary close.

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1.3.2 Mechanical troubles


1) Not starting
(1) Phenomenon : Compressor is not started but the starting current continues to flow.
(2) Checking
a) Check capacitor. (for a type where a capacitor for compressor starting or operating is used)
b) If there is no trouble, it is judged as lock due to the wear of compressor inside or the damage of lubricating
device. Replace the compressor.
2) Poor compression
(1) Phenomenon : Compressor is at work, but the cooling capacity is weak, the pressure of high pressure side
is low and the pressure of low pressure side is high.
(2) Cause : Damage of valve in compressor inside, damage of connecting rod or crank shaft, or other internal
leak
(3) Checking
a) Stop and then start the condenser fan, and if the pressure of high pressure side does not increase, the
compressor is bad.
b) Measure the temperature of discharge pipe in compressor, and if it is abnormally low temperature (50C or
less), the compressor is bad.
c) Conduct the pump down test of system to check the compression capacity.
- Power off the product.
- Close the service valve of liquid line. (Rotate the valve rod clockwise to close the valve rod.)
- Start product and observe the suction pressure.
- If compressor is normal by pumping down the system, pressure is kept 0-5 psiG (0-0.35kg/cm2.G), and if
the suction pressure increases, the compressor is bad due to the internal leak or valve damage.
(4) The compressor to be assumed as bad compression should be replaced.
If running for a long time in a bad compression condition, abnormal superheat may occur and the
compressor motor is burnt.
- Clean the cycle.
3) Overcurrent flowing while running
Check the working pressure, and if there is no trouble, it is assumed as the compressor bearing damage.
Replace the compressor.
(Excessive refrigerant charging may cause the overcurrent.)

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2. Refrigerant system
2.1 Refrigerant system troubleshooting
Check the following items when troubleshooting the refrigerant system.
1) The thermostat setting or remocon temperature setting is not wrong?
2) Air filter is not cleaned?
3) Blower fan control switch is not at "low"?
4) Ventilation lever is not opened?
5) There is no obstacle in suction or discharge side of outdoor unit?
6) Dirty heat exchanger causes the heat exchanging efficiency to be down?
(Thorough cleaning)
7) Cooling/heating load is not increased?
8) Too many persons are in room? (Cooling)
9) The insulation of window gap is not wrong?
If there is no trouble from the above checks and also if there is no trouble on the electric appliances of
airconditioner body, it is assumed as refrigerant system failure.
a) Set aircon to High cool, run cooling for 15 min. or more, and measure the temperature difference of suction/discharge air in indoor unit. (Adjust the wind direction so that wind is discharged to the front direction in
the installed condition.)
b) Measure the voltage and current in running condition.
c) Measure the pressure of low pressure side in cooling condition.
(If the temperature is low, convert into the test switch.)
2.1.1 Temperature difference and current of suction/discharge air in evaporator

Temperature difference
of suction/discharge air
Running current
measurement

No temperature difference.
80% or less of rated current.

-- Gas leak (almost) Refrigerant


cycle closed

Temperature diff.: Under 8C.


80% or less of rated current.

-- Gas leak, refrigerant cycle


closed, bad compressor

Temperature diff.: Under 8C.


Rated current or over.

-- Excessive refrigerant charging

Temperature diff.: 8C or over.

-- No refrigerant cycle trouble

Temperature difference of suction-discharge air


Normally, the temperature difference is based at 10C. Actually, the judgemnt criteria is 8C, because when the
room humidity is high, the temperature difference is small and when humidity is low, it becomes large.

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2.1.2 Pressure and temperature of refrigerant


P1
Capillary Tube

Accumulator

Outdoor Side

Compressor

P2

Evaporator

Indoor Side

High pressure (Liquid side)tube

Low pressure(Gas side) tube


Compressor

The pressure in normal condition shows the figure in the right side
table, but the pressure (P1) of high pressure side tube is affected
greatly by the temperature change and about 16kg/cm2.G in a low
temperature condition (indoor/outdoor 21C).

Measuring place

Pressure(kg/cm2 G)

P1

About19.5

P2

About 5.0

The pressure fluctuation is affected by the tube length or insulation


as well as temperature change, so measure the pressure (P2) of low
pressure side for the trouble shooting of refrigerant system.
<Trouble finding by pressure/temperature>

Pressure
(than normal)

Temperature
(than normal)
Higher

Higher
Normal

Lower

Higher

Cause

Explanation

Bad compression:
Compressor failure, Bad reversing Valve

Current flows weakly.

Cooling load is small.

Current flows weakly.

Liquid refrigerant suction:


Excessive refrigerant charging

High pressure is not


increased rapidly in early
running stage.

Gas short : Gas leak

Current is low.

Closed : Pipe internal

Current is low.

Note) The high/low temperature is a figure converted into pressure.


The low pressure is normally 4.5-6.0kg/cm2G.
(Temperature is normally 3C-10C.)

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Pressure measurement of low pressure side

Closed

Closed

As shown in Figure above, connect the manifold gauge to the low pressure (gas side) tube of condenser and measure the pressure.
2.1.3 Symptoms and actions
1) Short of refrigerant
The short of refrigerant appears in a slightly different symptom as (1) no refrigerant or (2) short of refrigerant.
(1) Symptoms

: The temperature difference of suction-discharge air is 8C or less, the running


current is less than the rated current, and the pressure of low pressure side is
low. (These are symtoms changed by short of refrigerant.)

(2) Judgement method

: Frost is formed from the capillary tube outlet to the evaporator inlet.
The suction pipe of compressor is not cold. (The temperature of suction pipe is
similar to the outdoor temperature.)
The pressure of low pressure side in cooling is 4kg/cm2.G or less. (Surrounding
temperature : 30C or over)
Refrigerant oil comes out from the evaporator-condenser connections and each
welded portion. (Finding the gas leak place)

(3) Actions:

Find the gas leak area. (Check at balance pressure of 5kg/cm2.G or over.)
Charge refrigerant to the specified level.
Check for gas leak.

2) Closing of refrigerant system


(1) Symptoms

: If the refrigerant system of strainer or capillary tube is closed, pressure drops at


the outlet of closed area, and refrigerant evaporates to form and attach dew or
frost.
The running current is less than the rated current, and the pressure of low pressure side is lower than the normal. If completely closed, the pressure of low
pressure side is to be 0kg/cm2.G as time goes by.

(2) Judgement method

: The same symptoms as the short of refrigerant appears, and the same phenomenon occurs even if refrigerant is sealed.
It takes 3 min. or more for refrigerant to balance.
If running in the condition, the temperature of discharge gas becomes higher, the
refrigerant oil is deteriorated, and the life time may be affected.
(Compressor motor may be burnt.)

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3) Overcharge
(1) Symptoms

: The temperature difference of suction-discharge air is 8C or less, the running current


is higher than the specified current, the pressure of low pressure side is high, and
the compressor and suction pipe are cold.
If running in the condition, pressure switch activates at overload operation to make
continuous operation impossible, compressor is difficult to start, and fuse or breaker is
easy to be disconnected.

(2) Actions

: Dischage the refrigerant. (By 3-5kg/cm2G)


Charge refrigerant to the specified level.
Check for gas leak.

4) Bad compression
(1) Symptoms

: The temperature difference of suction-discharge air is little, the running current is less
than the specified current, the pressure of high pressure side is low, and the pressure
of low pressure is high.

(2) Judgement method : Close service valve of high pressure side in condenser (front seat) and connect the
manifold gauge to the service valve of low pressure side.
(Close the valve.)
If the dial of pressure gauge does not indicate 0kg/cm2G or less by cooling in the condition, the compressor is judged as bad.

Liquid side tube


Outdoor
Unit
Low

Gas side tube

High

Compressor

Indoor
Unit

Note) If pressure gauge is near 0kg/cm2G, immediately stop the cooling.


Otherwise, air flows into the refrigerating cycle or the compressor motor coating is taken off to cause the
poor insulation. So, care should be taken.

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2.1.4 Summary of check items by cause


Check item
Cause

Suction/discharge air
temp.diff. of evaporator

Rated current

Cooling 8C Heating 14C

Cooling Heating

Low pressure

High pressure

Cooling Heating Cooling Heating

Short of refrigerant

Capillary closing (a part)

Outdoor heat exchanger


contaminated

Indoor heat exchanger


contaminated

Bad compressor

2.2 Precautions on repair


1) When discharging refrigerant (from pipe or body), the discharge outlet should direct the direction where
nobody exists.
2) Do not work near fire or flame.
3) Work in a large space if possible and arrange the scaffold.
4) Especially for working on rooftop, prepare a place to keep tools and take care to prevent from falling.
5) While running (pump down work, test run), do not insert hands into fan.
6) Clean the Indoor-outdoor connecting pipes and the manifold gauge edges to be free from dust or moisture.
7) Be sure to fill refrigerant to the specified level. (If refrigerant is too much or short, the capacity is down and
trouble may occur.)
8) Keep tools well, and check the measuring machine periodically.

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3. Troubleshooting
3.1 Product does not operate at all.

Power supply voltage check

Power input voltage


Driving load terminal
Display PCB connector

Power receptable voltage


Product input voltage
Evaportor-condenser
connecting pipe
PCB assy
(fuse, varistor, pattern)

Connector contact check

Power trans output voltage

PCB assy check

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AC about 143V
(General model)

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3.2 Room fan does not operate at all.

Connector contact check

Motor bearing inserted


state
Fan(Blower) fixed state
Fan(Blower) contact state

Motor output connector


Motor capacitor

Motor-related parts check

Motor detail check

Coil resistance (TP)


Motor capacitor
Motor insulation resistance

Error code check

Communication effor
Blower lock sensing

Operation mode check

PCB ass'y check


Motor driving circuit
Relay output

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In dehumidifying, heating,
or artificial intelligence
operation, room fan may
be off.

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3.3 Compressor or outdoor fan does not operate at all.


Re-input after power off
Set the desired temperature of remocon to be lower by 2C or over than room
temperature, and start the cooling operation.

Does not operate at all.

Repeat running/stopping at
a short time period.

Temperature sensor
open/close check

Thermistor and evaporator


surface contact check.
- Clearance is needed (5mm).

Connector check
(Contact & power)

Connector check
(Contact & power)

Disconnection/short circuit
check of connecting wire

OLP/High pressure switch/


Low pressure switch check

Electric wire connection


check for outdoor side

Operation mode
(dehumidifying) check

Compressor & motor detail


check
Insulation resistance
Coil resistance
Capacitor capacity
Compressor OLP

PCB assy check


Temperature sensing circuit
Relay output

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3.4 Up/down vane does not operate at all.

Vane bending, structures


interferance check

Motor shaft assembly check

If a constant torque is felt when rotating vane by hands,


the assembled condition is normal.

Connector check
(Disconnection/short
circuit/malconnection)

Blower operating condition


check
At the moment the blower is stopped, up/down vane auto
switch is stopped, and if blower is started, auto switch is
re-operated.
- Especially, it occurs while dehumidifying or heating.

PCB ass'y check

Step motor driving circuit

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3.5 Left/right louver does not operate at all.


Louver/link/cam assembly
check

Motor shaft assembly check

If a constant torque is felt when rotating louver by hands,


the assembled condition is normal.

Connector check
(Disconnection/short
circuit/malconnection)

Blower operating condition


check
At the moment the room fan is stopped, louver auto
swing is stopped, and if room fan is started, auto swing is
re-operated.
- Especially, it occurs while dehumidifying or heating.

PCB ass'y check


Step motor driving circuit
Synchronous motor driving circuit

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3.6 Function setting by remocon is disable.


Power input after power off

Operation ON by remocon

- If there is no remocon transmission signal,


check the battery or remocon operation.
- If product receiving is not checked,
check the display PCB.

UCheck the transmission signal of remocon


- Liquid crystal remocon: signal blinked
- Button remocon: LED blinked
UCheck the product receiving
- Buzzer sounds.

Switchover the air flow by remocon.

- In cooling mode, if compressor is stopped, blower is operated at low fan.


- In dehumidifying mode, to enhance the dehumidifying effect, blower is operated at low fan.
- In heating mode, blower is stopped or operated at low fan according to the situations
(defrosting, hot start, compressor off).
- In Sleep operation mode, blower is operated without switched-over (low or middle fan).
- In artificial intelligence mode, room fan switching-over is not possible by remocon.

PCB ass'y check


Display PCB assy check
- Connector/damage

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3.7 Cooling/heating conversion is disable.


Heating operation ON by remocon

If the reversing valve (4-way valve) is ON, "tick" sounds.

Connector check
4-way valve connection check
outdoor unit connecting wire
check

PCB ass'y check


4-way valve relay output = ON

Switchover into cooling operation by remocon,


and after about 30 sec., check the 4-way valve
relay output = 4-way valve OFF
If 4-way valve is OFF, the refrigerant flowing sounds
(pee....) due to cycle switchover occurs.

4-way valve coil resistance check

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4. Installation Fundamentals
Case-1

Leakage /Freon - 1/4


Key Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Pipe cutting
Gas leaks due to the mal-flared copper pipes with non-rectangular section.

Defect Details
Pipe cutter

Cutting curved pipe leads


mal-rectangular section.
And it makes gas leakage.
Cu. pipe

Guidelines
Pipe cutter
90

Make pipe straight before


cutting, and it makes a
rectangular section.
Cu. pipe

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Case-2

Leakage /Freon - 2/4


Key Factor

Removing burrs of pipes.

Troubles &
Causes

Gas Leaks due to the burrs caused by cutting and not removing properly.

Defect Details

Burrs not removed properly


after cutting.

Flaring the pipe with burrs(not removed after cutting)


can make freon gas leakages.
Burrs won't make smooth contacting surfaces.

Guidelines

Reamer

Burrs should be removed clearly with REAMER.


Only clean surfaces prevent gas leakages.

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Case-3

Leakage /Freon - 3/4


Factor

Flaring works

Troubles &
Causes

Gas leaks and connecting troubles on tubings caused by the inaccurate sizing during flaring
works.

Defect Details

Pipe worked with large


sized b won't be
assemsled into the nut.

Pipe worked with small sized


b will make small contact
with nut and gas leak against
even a weak shock.

Guidelines
Recommending sizes for several pipes which
make proper connectings.
a
b
c

unit:mm
(a) Pipe dia.

22

(b) Hight

(c) Flared dia.

6.35

1.0~1.3

8.3~8.7

9.52

0.8~1.0

12.0~12.4

12.70

0.5~0.8

15.4~15.8

15.8

0.5~0.8

18.6~19.0

19.05

0~0.5

23.3~22.9

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Case-4

Leakage /Freon - 4/4


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Flare nut's fastening.


Damaged flares by over-fastening make gas leakages.
And incompletely fastened nuts too.

Defect Details
Damaged Flares by
over-fastening

Incompletely fastened nuts

Outdoor Side

Indoor Side

Guidelines
Fastening Torques of Flare Nuts
Tube Dia.(mm)
6.35
9.52
15.88
19.05

Torques (Kg-Cm)
160~200
350~450
450~550
550~650

Torque-wrench is required for proper fastenings.


Check gas leakages of 4 fastened points and welded
points with soap bubbles ctc.
-High pressure points: amid compressor's running.
-Low pressure points: amid compressor's not running.

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Case-5

Leakage / Drainage - 1/5


1. Indoors leveling
2. Drain hose connecting.

Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Water leaks caused by the inclined indoor unit and the drain hose's bad connecting.

Defect Details
2. Mal-linked drain hose

1. Non-leveled indoor
Slanted

Evaporator

Horizon
Drain pan
drainage
leaks

Connect hoses with drain pan

Guidelines
Confirm the water draining is good or not by
poring water into the drain pan.
Connecting parts of drain pan and hose should
be well fixed with bond for waterproofing.

Indoors need to be leveled.


(For a better drain the install-plate may be
tilted 2~3 to drain-pan's drain side)

Install-plate
Weight

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Case-6

Leakage / Drainage - 2/5


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

1. Drain hose extend(adding another hose).


2. Drain hose laying.
Water leaks came from the extending or laying work of drain hose.

Defect Details
2. Curved or upward drain hose.

1. Improperly extended drain hose.

(Water leaks through the


inside-connected drain
hose.)
Drain hose
Extending hose

Guidelines
Connect the extending hose outside and seal
with bond and finish by taping.

Drain hose

Install the drain hose straightened and


downward.

Extending hose
Downward

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Case-7

Leakage / Drainage - 3/5


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Drain piping and ending.


Water leaks caused by upwarded drain hose along the wall-through hole and clogged drain
hose with water.

Defect Details
1. Upwarded drain hose along the wall-through
hole.

2. Clogged drain hose with water.

Drainage can't flow down


across the wall.

Drainage can't flow


down along the
hose.

Guidelines
The wall-through hole should be downward.

Don't make drain hose clogged with water.

Downward

Arrange gap

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Case-8

Leakage / Drainage- 4/5


Factor

Insulation work on connecting parts and hidden parts of tubings.

Troubles &
Causes

Water leaks caused by wrong insulation works on tubing lines.

Defect Details
1. Incomplete insulation works on tube
connecting parts.

2. Un insulated hidden parts.

Ceiling

Drainage flows
down from the
hidden parts.

Drainage flows down


from incompletely
insulated parts.

Guidelines
Completely insulate weak points like
pipe-connection and hidden parts.

Ceiling

Use designated
insulations on pipe
connecting parts.

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Hidden parts like behind


the ceiling is a weak point,
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Case-9

Leakage / Drainage -5/5


Tubing and taping works against the waterdrops.

Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Water leaks by the waterdrops led by wrong tubing and taping works.

Defect Details
1. Pipe from upside lead waterdrops(rain, drainage
etc.) into the room.
outdoor unit
2. Wrong taping direction lead waterdrops into the
room too.

Outdoor unit

Waterdrops

Downward

Guidelines
Make U-trap against the waterdrop inflow.
Outdoor unit
tapings should be upward form downside.
Upward

Taping direction

U-trap
Indoor unit

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Case-10

Freon shortage
Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Tube Extending and freon adding.


Cooling capacity downs by the freon shortage.

Defect Details
1. Not adding freon for extended tubings.

2. Gas leakage on welded points for extending


tubings.

Guidelines
Ensure to add freon after extending tubings.(For
a simple check of proper freon quantity, com
pare the in-and-out air temperature after 15 m in
from com pressor's running.)

Air out

< Temp. diff. >


-Cooling: 8deg
-Heating: 14deg
Air in

Detect the gas leakages before insulation


tubing(confirm new welded points).

Lo

R-22

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Case-11

Cooling capacity - 1/5


Spacing for the air flows in split type air conditioners.

Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Cooling capacity downs by bad air flows.

Defect Details
1. The space for air intake is too narrow.

2. The space for air discharge is too narrow.

Wall

Wall

Guidelines
Ensure the distance needed for air flows.
50cm

10cm

Wall

Wall

Bad air flows lead cooling capacity's drop.


(The product may not run normally as the accumulated heat make compressor stop by protecting
device's work like PTC)

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Case-12

Cooling capacity - 2/5


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Spacing for the air flows in window type air conditioners.


Cooling capacity downs by bad air flows.

Defect Details
1. The space for air intake is too narrow.

2. The space for air discharge is too narrow.

Closed air intake flow


Closed air
discharge flow
Wall

Wall

Guidelines
Ensure not to disturb the air discharge flows. The
awning is recommended for a optimum cooling.

Ensure not to disturb the air intake flows.

Air intake holes

Wall

Wall
30cm

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Case-13

Cooling capacity - 3/5


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Improper installation and awning for outdoor unit.


Cooling capacity downs by improper air flows and awning.

Defect Details
1. The outdoor shut in a verandah does not work normally.
(The air around the outdoor unit arise too high)
Verandah

2. Improper awning

Living

Guidelines
Discharged air should be outward and not
disturbed.

Establish a proper awning.

Verandah

Wall
Living room
30cm

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Case-14

Cooling capacity - 4/5


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Using crushed tubes and changed tubes.


Cooling capacity downs by the crushed tubes and changed tubes.

Defect Details
1. Crushed tube by improper bending
works.

Crushed area

2. Changed tubing from specified tubes.


(Not using proper tubes designed for each
product.)

Guidelines
To get a good shaped tube after bending,
use specified spring or bending tools.

In changing air conditioning unit, the tubes too


should be changed with proper ones.

(Spring for bending)

(Bending tool)

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Case-15

Cooling capacity - 5/5


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Long distance tubings.


Cooling capacity downs by long distance tubings.

Defect Details
Installed too high beyond recommended height difference between indoor and outdoor unit.

Nth.
.
.
.
.
3rd.
Higher than recommended

2rd.

1st. floor

Guidelines
Recommending maximum distances between indoor and outdoor unit:
-RAC (Split): vertical=5m, horizontal =10m
): vertical=5m, horizontal=10m
-PAC (3.0 HP
-PAC (3.5 Hp): vertical=5m, horizontal=20m

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Case-16

Noise - 1/2
Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Unstable installing units.


Noise from the unstably installed parts and units.

Defect Details
1. Unstable installed outdoor unit.

2. Released fittings and fasteners.

Duct

Indoor
unit

Slanted

Guidelines
Install the unit balanced stably using specified legs etc.

To prevent vibrations and noises, fasten tightly all


the connecting parts for electric heater, steam line,
air duct line etc.

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Case-17

Noise - 2/2
Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Unstably fixed tubings.


Noise and vibration form the tubings.

Defect Details
Unstable fixing of surplus tubings will make vibrations and noises during the compressor's
running.

Guidelines
Cut away the surplus tubings.
But if there are any surplus tubings left for some reasons, be sure to fix them stably with fixing bands.

Fixing band

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Case-18

Wiring mistake -1/2


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Wiring in 3 phase electric power lines.


Major electrical problems(not operating properly) by bad wirings.

Defect Details
1. Not firmly fixed screws of electric power
lines.(It can be led to critical accidents)

2. Wiring mistake of fan's electric power lines


for outdoor.(Fan rotates reversely and the
unit will be shutdown with overload.)
SRT

Fixing screw

Circu it breaker
(Exclusive)

Air discharge
(Reversed flow)

RST

Guidelines
Fix screws firmly.

Confirm the R-S-T phase lines respectively.

RST

Each phase should be matched


one by one.

Circuit breaker
(Exclusive)

RST

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Case-19

Wiring mistake -2/2


Poor electric insulation.

Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Major electrical problems(not operating properly) by bad insulations of connecting cables.

Defect Details
Poor electric insulations of connecting cables between indoor and outdoor.
Insulation break
(Badly insulated or damaged cables)

To indoor

Black
White
Red

From outdoor

Cupper pipes

Guidelines
How to confirm the correct insulations of connecting cables.
(for the troubles be insulation break)
1. Outdoor runs on main electric power's supply.
Short between white and red cables.
2. Fuse melts on compressor's running.
Short between red cable and copper pipe.
3. Fuse melts on main electric power's supply.
Short between black (or white) cable and copper pipe.
4. Main electric braker operates on electric power's supply.
Short between black or white cables.
5. Main electric braker operates after 10~20 min from electric power's supply.
Short between black or white cables.
(Occurs after drainage break into badly insulated parts)

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Case-20

Bad smells & Gases


Factor
Troubles &
Causes

Bad smells and gases delivered by drain line.


Bad smells and gases from outside(Ex. ditch) are discharged from the system.
(Be careful not to be confused as if it's from the system).

Defect Details
Discharging bad smells & gases

Bad smells & gases


(from ditch etc.)

Bad smells & gases can be


discharged through the drain hose.

Guidelines
Add trap on the drain line.

Trap against gas smells etc.


Bad smells & gases are
protected by the trap.

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ANNEX 4 R407C REFRIGERANT


1 General
out and stored in a disposal cylinder (do not ventilate in
ambient).

R-407c is a blend of three basic constituents: R32, R125,


R-134a with respectively weight composition 23%, 25%, 52%.

2) Refrigerant charge will have to be done only with liquid


phase in order to guarantee proper refrigerant composition
inside the system; this can be done or using dedicated
cylinders with two valves (one for liquid, the other for
vapour), or, in case of one valve cylinder, put cylinder in
up side down position.

R-407c is an HFC refrigerant that does not destroy Ozone


layer.
General behaviour of R-407c systems is very similar to
standard R22 one; system differences linked to R-407c are
below:

Since R-407c is a zeotropic blend, during phase change,


liquid composition is different from vapour one; for this
reason in case of leakage in zones with biphase, residual
refrigerant composition could be changed.

3) In case of too much refrigerant charged, it is dangerous to


remove partially the charge; this could change refrigerant
composition inside the system; in such case it is suggested
to remove completely the refrigerant charge, pull vacuum
again and recharge the system with proper amount of
refrigerant.

R-407c phase changes are not at constant temperature


as in R22 case, but with increasing temperature during
evaporation and with decreasing temperature during
condensation (Glide effect).

In case of refrigerant recharge, in order to assure correct


composition two following steps will have to be followed:

Leak detection will have to be carryed-out only with HFC


sensitive leak detector.
Even if R-407c refrigerant is ozone friendly, do not ventilate it
in the ambient because its warming effect is not zero.

1) Residual refrigerant in the system will have to be pulled

For all other technical details see standard for R22.

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2 Main differences between R-407c and R22 refrigerant


R-407c

R-22
1. Refrigerant charging procedure

2. Refrigerant composition

R-407c

R32
23%
R125 25%
R-134a 52%

3. Partial refrigerant charge

NOT PERMITTED!

YES!

Only complete refrigerant charge

Possible partial refrigerant charge


4. Leak detector

Use only HFC detector

Use only HCFC detector


5. Temperature trend in evaporate

6. Temperature trend in condenser

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ANNEX 5 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION


Part 1 Wall-mounted Split Type

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INSTALLATION
1. Characteristics of refrigerant
1.1 Temperature-pressure relationships in saturated condition

Pressure (kg/cm2 G)

Saturation curve
35

30

25

R-22

20

R-12
15

10

0
-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

Temperature(C)

1.2 Strong/weak points of freon


1.2.1 Strong points
1) Chemical stability
2) No toxicity
3) By little corrosive action on metals, it is applicable to almost all metals.
4) The ratio of Cp/Cv is lower than ammonia and the discharge gas temperature is low, so air cooling type is available.
1.2.2 Weak points
1) A little amount of evaporation heat should circulate a great deal of liquid at the same refrigerating capacity.
2) When using for iron steels, scale occurs more rapidly than ammonia use due to hydrolysis .
3) Generally it is fused in lubricant.
4) Since it is not melted in water, water is separated and water closing occurs in capillary tube.
5) High price

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2. Tools required
2.1 Tools
Screw driver

Hand drill

Ruler, knife

Assembly,
disassmbly

Indoor installation
plate fixing

Ruler: Length &


distance
measurement.
Knife: Tape cutting

Core drill
(diameter 70mm)

Monkey spanner
(300mm): 2EA

Torque wrench

Wall through

Indoor/Outdoor
pipe connection

Indoor/outdoor
pipe connection

Clamp meter

Gas leak detector


& soup water

Leak inspection

Thermometer

Hex. wrench
(Large side: 4mm, 5mm)

Temperature
measurement at
Indoor suction
inlet/discharge outlet.

Service valve
operating

Insulation
Hook meter
(for current measurement) resistance meter

Current, voltage,
resistance
measurement

Insulation resistance
measurement
(Electric shock prevention)

Flare tool set

Pipe cutting,
Burr removal

Level

Thermometer

Drive torch

Mega tester

2.2 Accessory
Connnection cable

Winter cover

Anti-vibration
rubber

Indoor-Outdoor Outdoor protection


wire connnection in a unusedseason Vibration absorption
of outdoor
like winter
Refrigerant pipe
(for high/low pressure)

Refrigerant circuit
connection to
Indoor/Outdoor.

Band

Adhesive

Drain hose

Wire & pipe


finishing

Finishing

Drainage
Remocon

Putty

Vinyl tape

Remocon fixture

Fixture clamping
screw

Chaging of wallthrough hole

Wire & pipe


finishing

Remocon hanger

Remocon fixture
fixing

Remark: Some of the above parts are provided by the installer and not included in the standard air-conditioner.

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6) Rooftop Installations:
If the outdoor unit is installed on a roof structure, be
sure to level the unit. Ensure the roof structure and
anchoring method are adequate for the unit location.
Consult local codes regarding rooftop mounting.

3. Split type installation


3.1 Select the best location
3.1.1 Indoor unit
1) Do not have any heat or steam near the unit.
2) Select a place where there are no obstacles in front of
the unit.
3) Make sure that condensation drainage can be conveniently routed away.
4) Do not install near a doorway.
5) Ensure that the space around the left and right of the
unit is more than 5cm. The unit should be installed as
high on the wall as possible, allowing a minimum of
5cm from ceiling.
6) Use a stud finder to locate studs to prevent unnecessary damage to the wall.

3.2 Piping length and elevation


GAS

7K, 9K
12K
18K

3/8"
1/2"
1/2"

1/4"
1/4"
1/4"

4 or 5
4 or 5
5

5
5
5

10
15
15

20
20
20

24K

5/8"

3/8"

15

30

* Both gas and liquid interconnecting pipes must be


insulated as a pair, but it is not necessary to individually insulate them.

More than 5cm

More than 5cm

Standard Max.
Max. Additional
Length Elevation length Refrigerant
LIQUID (m)
B (m)
A (m)
(g/m)

Pipe Size

Capacity
(Btu/h)

Outdoor unit

More than 2.3m

More than 5cm


A

Indoor unit

CAUTION

Install the indoor unit on the wall where the height from the
floors more than 2.3 meters.

3.1.2 Outdoor unit


1) If an awning is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight or rain exposure, make sure that heat radiation
from the condenser is not restricted.
2) Ensure that the space around the back and sides is
more than 10cm. The front of the unit should have
more than 70cm of space.
3) Do not place animals and plants in the path of the
warm air.
4) Take the air conditioner weight into account and select
a place where noise and vibration are minimum.
5) Select a place so that the warm air and noise from the
air conditioner do not disturb neighbors.

Outdoor unit

Oil trap

Indoor unit

In case more than 5m


More than 60cm
More than 10cm

More than 70cm

More than 10cm

CAUTION
Capacity is based on standard length and maximum allowance
length is on the basis of reliability.
Oil trap should be installed every 5~7 meters.

More
than 60cm

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3.3 How to fix installation plate

The position of the center of the hole.

The wall you select should be strong and solid enough to


prevent vibration

Left holecore position

3.3.1 Mount the installation plate on the wall with


four type A screws. If mounting the unit on a
concrete wall, use anchor bolts.

Right holecore position


D

Mount the installation plate horizontally by aligning the centerline using a level.

Installation Plate

3.4 Drill a hole in the wall


Drill the piping hole with a 70mm hole core drill.
Drill the piping hole at either the right or the left with
the hole slightly slanted to the outdoor side.

Marking-off line

Type "A" screw

Thread
Weight

3.3.2 Measure the wall and mark the centerline. It


is also important to use caution concerning
the location of the installation plate-routing
of the wiring to power outlets is through the
walls typically. Drilling the hole through the
wall for piping connections must be done
safely.

Hole Center

Right rear piping


D

C B,D

Indoor

C
A,B

C
A,B,D

Installation plate

Outdoor

5-7mm
(0.2~0.3")

Left rear piping

WALL

A,B,C

70mm

For right rear piping and left rear piping, draw a


line in the direction of the arrow marked "D". The
meeting point of the two lines is the center of the
hole.

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3.5 Flaring work and connection of piping


3.5.1 Flaring work
Main cause for gas leakage is due to defect in flaring
work. Carry out correct flaring work in the following
procedure.

D. Flaring work
Carry out flaring work using flaring tool as shown
below.

A. Cut the pipes and the cable.


1) Use the piping kit accessory or the pipes purchased locally.
2) Measure the distance between the indoor and the
outdoor unit.
3) Cut the pipes a little longer than measured distance.
4) Cut the cable 1.5m longer than the pipe length.

Outside diameter

mm

inch

mm

6.35

1/4

1.0~1.3

9.52

3/8

0.8~1.0

12.7

1/2

0.5~0.8

15.88

5/8

0.5~0.8

Firmly hold copper pipe in a die in the dimension shown in


the table above.
90

Slanted Uneven Rough


Bar

Handle

"A"

Copper
pipe

Bar

Yoke
Cone

B. Burrs removal
1) Completely remove all burrs from the cut cross
section of pipe/tube.
2) Put the end of the copper tube/pipe in a downward
direction as you remove burrs in order to avoid
dropping burrs into the tubing.

Copper pipe
Clamp handle

Red arrow mark

E. Check
1) Compare the flared work with figure below.
2) If flare is noted to be defective, cut off the flared section and do flaring work again.

Pipe
Reamer

Smooth all round

Point down

Inside is shiny without scratches


= Improper flaring =

C Putting nut on
Remove flare nuts attached to indoor and outdoor
unit, then put them on pipe/tube having completed
burr removal.
(not possible to put them on after flaring work)

Even length
all round

Flare nut
Copper tube

Inclined Surface Cracked Uneven


damaged
thickness

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3.5.2 Connection of piping--Indoor


1) Preparing the indoor unit's piping and drain hose for
installation through the wall.
2) Remove the plastic tubing retainer(see illustration
below) and pull the tubing and drain hose away from
chassis.
3) Replace the plastic tubing holder in the original position.

C. Tape the tubing, drain hose and the connecting


cable. Be sure that the drain hose is located at the
lowest side of the bundle. Locating at the upper
side can cause drain pan to overflow inside the
unit.

Indoor tubing
Connecting
cable
Connecting
cable
Drain hose

Drain hose
Gas side
piping
Liquid side
piping

NOTE: If the drain hose is routed inside the room, insulate the
hose with an insulation material* so that dripping from "sweating"(condensation) will not damage furniture or floors.
*Foamed polyethylene or equivalent is recommended.

CAUTION
When install, make sure
that the remaining parts
must be removed clearly so
as not to damage the piping
and drain hose, especially
power cord and connecting
cable.

D. Indoor unit installation


Hook the indoor unit onto the upper portion of the
installation plate.(Engage the two hooks of the rear
top of the indoor unit with the upper edge of the
installation plate.) Ensure that the hooks are properly
seated on the installation plate by moving it left and
right.

For right rear piping


A. Route the indoor
tubing and the
drain hose in the
direction of rear
right.

Connecting
cable

Indoor tubing
Drain hose

Drain hose

B. Insert the connecting cable into the indoor unit from


the outdoor unit through the piping hole.
1) Do not connect the cable to the indoor unit.
2) Make a small loop with the cable for easy connection
later.
3) Connecting cable

Press the lower left and right sides of the unit against the
installation plate until the hooks engage into their slots(clicking sound).

E. Connecting the pipings to the indoor unit and


drain hose to drain pipe.
Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten
the flare nut by hand.

Capacity (Btu/h) Cooling Model Heat Pump Model


7K,9K,12K,18K

24K
Length of connecting cable


Gas side piping

74cm
Cable

Liquid side piping

Indoor unit tubing

Flare nut

Pipings

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Wrap the area which accommodates the rear piping


housing section with vinyl tape.

Tighten the flare nut with a wrench.

Indoor
unit pipe

Connection
pipe

Spanner (fixed)

Vinyl tape
(wide)

Flare nut

Wrap with vinyl tape

Connection pipe

Torque wrench

Connecting cable
Indoor unit tubing

Capacity
(Btu/h)

Pipe

Pipe Size[Torque]

7K,9K
12K,18K

GAS
3/8"[4.2kg.m]
1/2"[5.5kg.m]

LIQUID
1/4"[1.8kg.m]
1/4"[1.8kg.m]

24K

5/8"[6.6kg.m]

3/8"[4.2kg.m]

Vinyl tape(narrow)

Bundle the piping and drain hose together by wrapping


them with vinyl tape over the range within which they fit
into the rear piping housing section.
Wrap with vinyl tape

When extending the drain hose at the indoor unit, install


the drain pipe.

Pipe

Vinyl tape(wide)
Drain hose

Drain pipe

For left rear piping


Indoor unit drain hose
Adhesive

A. Route the indoor tubing with the drain hose to the


required piping hole position.

Vinyl tape(narrow)

F. Wrap the insulation material around the connecting


portion.
Overlap the connection pipe insulation material and the
indoor unit pipe insulation material. Bind them together
with vinyl tape so that there is no gap.
Plastic bands Insulation material

B. Insert the piping, drain hose and the connecting cable


into the piping hole.

Connecting cable
Drain pipe
Pipe

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C. Insert the connecting cable into the indoor unit.


1) Don't connect the cable to the indoor unit.
2) Make a small loop with the cable for easy connection
later.

Capacity
(Btu/h)

D. Tape the tubing, drain hose and the connecting


cable.
Connecting cable
Capacity (Btu/h) Cooling Model

Pipe Size[Torque]

7K,9K
12K,18K

GAS
3/8"[4.2kg.m]
1/2"[5.5kg.m]

LIQUID
1/4"[1.8kg.m]
1/4"[1.8kg.m]

24K

5/8"[6.6kg.m]

3/8"[4.2kg.m]

When extending the drain hose at the indoor unit,


install the drain pipe.

Heat Pump Model


Drain hose

7K,9K,12K,18K

24K
Indoor unit drain hose
Adhesive

Vinyl tape (narrow)

G. Wrap the insulation material around the connecting portion.


Overlap the connection pipe heat insulation and the
indoor unit pipe heat insulation material. Bind them
together with vinyl tape so that there is no gap.

Loop

E. Indoor unit installation


1) Hang the indoor unit from the hooks at the top of the
installation plate.
2) Insert the spacer etc. between the indoor unit and the
installation plate and separate the bottom of the indoor
unit from the wall.

Plastic bands Insulation material

Indoor unit
Spacer

Wrap the area which accommodates the rear piping


housing section with vinly tape.

Installation plate
8cm

F. Connecting the pipings to the indoor unit and the


drain hose to drain pipe.
Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten
the flare nut by hand.

Indoor
unit piping

Connection
pipe
Wrap with vinyl tape

Vinyl tape

Connecting cable

Indoor unit tubing

Flare nut

Pipings
Pipe

Tighten the flare nut with a wrench.


Vinyl tape(narrow)
Spanner (fixed)
Flare nut
Torque wrench

Connection pipe

Indoor unit tubing

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Bundle the piping and drain hose together by wrapping


them with cloth tape over the range within which they fit
into the rear piping housing section.

3.5.3 Connection of the pipes-Outdoor


A. Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten
the flare nut by hand.

Wrap with vinyl tape


Pipe

Vinyl tape
Drain hose

H. Reroute the pipings and the drain hose across the


back of the chassis.

B. Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until


the wrench clicks.
When tightening the flare nut with torque wrench,
ensure the direction for tightening follows the arrow on
the wrench.

Piping for
passage through
piping hole

I. Set the pipings and the drain hose to the back of the
chassis with the tubing holder.

Capacity
(Btu/h)

Hook the edge of tubing holder to tap on chassis and


push the bottom of tubing holder to be engaged at the
bottom of chassis.

Pipe Size[Torque]

7K,9K
12K,18K

GAS
3/8"[4.2kg.m]
1/2"[5.5kg.m]

LIQUID
1/4"[1.8kg.m]
1/4"[1.8kg.m]

24K

5/8"[6.6kg.m]

3/8"[4.2kg.m]

Outdoor unit

Taping

Gas side piping


(Bigger diameter)

J. Indoor unit installation


1) Remove the spacer.
2) Ensure that the hooks are properly seated on the
installation plate by moving it left and right.

Liquid side piping


(Smaller diameter)
Torque wrench

Connecting
cable

Drain hose

Press the lower left and right sides of the unit against
the installation plate until the hooks engage into their
slots(clicking sound).

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3.6 Connecting the cable between indoor


unit and outdoor unit

CAUTION
The power cord connected to the indoor unit should be
complied with the following specifications
(Type H05VV-F(Indoor), H07RN-F(Outdoor) approved
by HAR or SAA).

3.6.1 Connect the cable to the Indoor unit.


Connect the cable to the indoor unit by connecting
the wires to the terminals on the control board individually according to the outdoor unit connection.
(Ensure that the color of the wires of the outdoor unit
and the terminal No. are the same as those of the
indoor unit.)

NORMAL
CROSS-SECTIONAL
AREA 2.5mm2
(18K: 1.5mm2, 7K~14K: 1.0mm2)

7K~18K cooling model


Terminal on the indoor unit

Terminal on the outdoor unit

The power connecting cable connected to the indoor


and outdoor unit should be complied with the following
specifications
(Type H07RN-F approved by HAR or SAA).

BROWN

BLUE GREEN/YELLOW

BROWN

BLUE GREEN/YELLOW

NORMAL
CROSS-SECTIONAL
AREA 2.5mm2
(18K: 1.5mm2, 7K~14K: 1.0mm2)

7K~18K heat pump model


Terminal on the indoor unit

The connecting cable connected to the indoor and outdoor unit should be complied with the following specifications
(Type H07RN-F approved by HAR or SAA).

BROWN BLUE GREEN/YELLOW RED YELLOW

BROWN BLUE GREEN/YELLOW RED

Terminal on the outdoor unit

YELLOW

NORMAL
CROSS-SECTIONAL
AREA 0.75mm2

24K cooling model


Terminal on the indoor unit

WHITE BLUE BROWN


GREEN/YELLOW

Power supply

. 24K heat pump model

WHITE BLUE BROWN

Terminal on the outdoor unit

L
Terminal on the indoor unit

WHITE RED YELLOW BROWN BLUE GREEN/YELLOW


Power supply

.
Terminal on the outdoor unit

WHITE RED YELLOW BROWN BLUE GREEN/YELLOW

CAUTION
~18K Model

24K~ Model

If a power plug is not to be used, provide a circuit breaker


between power source and the unit as shown below.
Main power source

Air
Conditioner

If a power plug is not to be used, provide a circuit breaker


between power source and the unit as shown below.
Main power source

Air
Conditioner

Circuit Breaker
Use a circuit
breaker or time
delay fuse.

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Circuit Breaker
Use a 25A circuit
breaker or time
delay fuse.

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3.6.2 Connect the cable to the outdoor unit


A. Remove the control cover from the unit by loosening the screw.
Connect the wires to the terminals on the control
board individually.
B. Secure the cable onto the control board with the
cord clamp.
C. Refix the control cover to the original position with
the screw.
D. Use a recognized circuit breaker 20A(18K) ,
25A(24K) between the power source and
the unit. A disconnecting device to adequately disconnect all supply lines must be fitted.

Outdoor unit

Terminal block

Over 5mm
Connecting cable
Power cord
(power connecting
cable)

Control cover

CAUTION
After the confirmation of the above conditions, prepare the wiring as follows:

1) Never fail to have an individual power circuit specifically for the air conditioner. As for the method
of wiring, be guided by the circuit diagram posted on the inside of control cover.
2) The screw which fasten the wiring in the casing of electrical fittings are liable to come loose
from vibrations to which the unit is subjected during the course of transportation. Check them
and make sure that they are all tightly fastened.
(If they are loose, it could cause burn-out of the wires.)
3) Specification of power source.
4) Confirm that electrical capacity is sufficient.
5) See to that the starting voltage is maintained at more than 90 percent of the rated voltage
marked on the name plate.
6) Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power source specification.
(Particularly note the relation between cable length and thickness.
7) Always install an earth leakage circuit breaker in a wet or moist area.
8) The following would be caused by voltage drop.
Vibration of a magnetic switch, which will damage the contact point, fuse breaking, disturbance of the normal
function of the overload.

9) The means for disconnection from a power supply shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring and
have an air gap contact separation of at least 3mm in each active(phase) conductors.

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3.7 Checking the Drainage and forming


the pipings

3.7.2 Form the piping

3.7.1 Checking the drainage


A. To remove the front panel from the indoor unit,
remove the front panel from the indoor unit cabinet.
1) Set the air direction louvers up-and-down to the position(horizontally) by hand.
2) Remove 3 screws that retain the front panel.
Pull the lower left and right sides of the grille toward
you and lift it off.

A. Form the piping by wrapping the connecting portion


of the indoor unit with insulation material and secure
it with two kinds of vinyl tapes.
If you want to connect an additional drain hose, the end
of the drain outlet should be routed above the ground.
Secure the drain hose appropriately.

Chassis

Grille

B In cases where the outdoor unit is installed below the


indoor unit perform the following.
1) Tape the piping, drain hose and connecting cable from
down to up.
2) Secure the tapped piping along the exterior wall using
saddle or equivalent.
Seal small openings
around pipings with a
gum type sealer.


,




Remove screws (3places)

B. To check the drainage.


1) Pour a glass of water on the evaporator.
2) Ensure the water flows through the drain hose of the
indoor unit without any leakage and goes out the drain
exit.

,,
,,

Downward slope

Do not make drain piping.


Accumulated
drain water
Air

Water
leakage

Water
leakage

Waving

Tip of drain hose


dipped in water
Water
leakage

Ditch

Drain
hose

Pipings
Connecting
cable

Trap is required to prevent water


from entering into electrical parts.

Less than
50mm gap

C. In cases where the Outdoor unit is installed above


the Indoor unit perform the following.
1) Tape the piping and connecting cable from down to
up.
2) Secure the taped piping along the exterior wall. Form
a trap, to prevent water entering the room.
3) Fix the piping onto the wall by saddle or equivalent.

,


C. Drain piping
The drain hose should point downward for easy drain
flow.

Do not raise

Taping

Seal small openings


around pipings with a
gum type sealer.
Trap

Trap

Trap is required to prevent water


from entering into electrical parts.

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Do a leak test of all joints of the tubing(both indoor and


outdoor) and both gas and liquid side service valves.
Bubbles indicate a leak. Be sure to wipe off the soap
with a clean cloth.
After the system is found to be free of leaks, relieve the
nitrogen pressure by loosening the charge hose connector at the nitrogen cylinder. When the system pressure is reduced to normal, disconnect the hose from the
cylinder.

3.8 Air purging


3.8.1 Air purging
Air and moisture remaining in the refrigerant system
have undesirable effects as indicated below.
1) Pressure in the system rises.
2) Operating current rises.
3) Cooling(or heating) efficiency drops.
4) Moisture in the refrigerant circuit may freeze and
block capillary tubing.
5) Water may lead to corrosion of parts in the refrigeration system.
Therefore, the indoor unit and tubing between the indoor
and outdoor unit must be leak tested and evacuated to
remove any noncondensables and moisture from the
system.
3.8.2 Air purging with vacuum pump

A. Preparation
Check that each tube(both liquid and gas side tubes)
between the indoor and outdoor units have been properly connected and all wiring for the test run has been
completed. Remove the service valve caps from both
the gas and the liquid side on the outdoor unit. Note
that both the liquid and the gas side service valves on
the outdoor unit are kept closed at this stage.
B. Leak test
Connect the manifold valve(with pressure gauges) and
dry nitrogen gas cylinder to this service port with
charge hoses.
CAUTION
Be sure to use a manifold valve for air purging. If it is
not available, use a stop valve for this purpose. The "Hi"
knob of the manifold valve must always be kept close.

Pressurize the system to no more than 150 P.S.I.G.


with dry nitrogen gas and close the cylinder valve when
the gauge reading reached 150 P.S.I.G. Next, test for
leaks with liquid soap.
CAUTION
To avoid nitrogen entering the refrigerant system in a liquid state, the
top of the cylinder must be higher than its bottom when you pressurize
the system. Usually, the cylinder is used in a vertical standing position.

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Soap water method


(1) Remove the caps from the 2-way and 3-way valves.
(2) Remove the service-port cap from the 3-way valve.
(3) To open the 2-way valve turn the valve stem counterclockwise approximately 90, wait for about 2~3 sec, and
close it.
(4) Apply a soap water or a liquid neutral detergent on the
indoor unit connection or outdoor unit connections by a
soft brush to check for leakage of the connecting points
of the piping.
(5) If bubbles come out, the pipes have leakage.

Outdoor unit

Cover control

Gas side
(Bigger diameta)
3-way valve
(close)

Liquid side
(Smaller diameta)

2-way valve
(open)

Hexagonal
wrench
Cap

C. Evacuation
Connect the charge hose end described in the preceding steps to the vacuum pump to evacuate the tubing
and indoor unit.
Confirm the "Lo" knob of the manifold valve is open.
Then, run the vacuum pump.
The operation time for evacuation varies with tubing
length and capacity of the pump. The following table
shows the time required for evacuation.

Service port cap

Indoor unit

Required time for evacuation when 30 gal/h


vacuum pump is used
If tubing length is less
than 10m (33 ft)
10 min. or more

if tubing length is longer


than 10m (33 ft)

Outdoor unit

15 min. or more

When the desired vacuum is reached, close the "Lo"


knob of the manifold valve and stop the vacuum pump.

D. Finishing the job


1) With a service valve wrench, turn the valve stem of liquid side valve counter-clockwise to fully open the
valve.
2) Turn the valve stem of gas side valve counter-clockwise to fully open the valve.
3) Loosen the charge hose connected to the gas side
service port slightly to release the pressure, then
remove the hose.
4) Replace the flare nut and its bonnet on the gas side
service port and fasten the flare nut securely with an
adjustable wrench. This process is very important to
prevent leakage from the system.
5) Replace the service valve caps at both the gas and
the liquid side and fasten them tight.
This completes air purging with a vacuum pump.
The air conditioner is now ready to test run.

Manifold valve
Pressure
gauge

Lo

Hi

Open

Vacuum pump

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3. Ensure the difference between the intake temperature


and the discharge is more than 8C (Cooling) or
reversely (Heating).

3.9 Test running


1) Check that all tubing and wiring have been properly
connected.
2) Check that the gas and liquid side service valves are
fully open.

Intake temperature

A. Prepare remote control


1) Remove the battery cover by
pulling it according to the arrow
direction.
2) Insert new batteries making sure
that the (+) and () of battery
are installed correctly.
3) Reattach the cover by pushing it
back into position.

Discharge air

Discharge temperature

4. For reference; the gas side pressure of optimum condition is as below.(Cooling)


Outside ambient TEMP. The pressure of the gas side service valve

NOTE:
Use 1.5volt batteries. Do not use rechargeable
batteries.
Remove the batteries from the remote control if the
system is not going to be used for a long time.

35C(95F)

4~6kg/cm2.G(56.8~85.2 P.S.I.G.)

NOTE: If the actual pressure are higher than shown, the system
is most likely over-charged, and charge should be
removed. If the actual pressure are lower than shown,
the system is most likely undercharged, and charge
should be added.
The air conditioner is now ready for use.

B. Settlement of outdoor unit


1) Anchor the outdoor unit with a bolt and nut
tightly and horizontally on a concrete or rigid mount.
2) When installing on the wall, roof or rooftop, anchor
the mounting base securely with a nail or wire assuming the influence of wind and earthquake.
3) In the case when the vibration of the unit is conveyed
to the hose, secure the unit with an anti-vibration rubber.

PUMP DOWN
This is performed when the unit is to be relocated or
the refrigerant circuit is serviced.
Pump Down means collecting all refrigerant in the outdoor unit without loss in refrigerant gas.

Bolt

CAUTION:
Be sure to perform Pump Down procedure with the unit
cooling mode.
Pump Down Procedure
1. Connect a low-pressure gauge manifold hose to the
charge port on the gas side service valve.
2. Open the gas side service valve halfway and purge the air
from the manifold hose using the refrigerant gas.
3. Close the liquid side service valve(all the way in).
4. Turn on the unit's operating switch and start the cooling
operation.
5. When the low-pressure gauge reading becomes 1 to
0.5kg/cm2.G(14.2 to 7.1 P.S.I.G.), fully close the gas side
valve stem and then quickly turn off the unit. At that time,
Pump Down has been completed and all refrigerant gas
will have been collected in the outdoor unit.

Tubing connection

C. Evaluation of the performance


Operate unit for 15~20 minutes, then check the system
refrigerant charge:
1. Measure the pressure of the gas side service valve.
2. Measure the temperature of the intake and discharge
of air.

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CODIGO
1170100007
1170100030
A0000015954
1100060013
1102000015
1120080003
1120120011
1120130013
1120700101
1070030017
1084530501
1084530502
1084530503
1084530504
1084530510
1084530516
1144560101
1170040063
1214530509
DPCB1824CHK
1070-5383-00
3062-3100-31
3062-3200-31
3062-3300-31
PCB24CK
3062-4007-01
3062-4148-02
1060-2003-40
1060-2404-42
1063-7805-24
1066-8070-40
1072-S312-00
1086-2000-06
2074-0008-20
2075-1210-00
2076-6315-50
2084-1017-14
2096-0561-47
3000-2500-00
3000-6690-03
3063-8550-13
3063-9013-03
1073090121
1170120030
1170230001
1173090107
1073030303
1090010071
1120190009
1120190011
1213090106
1120700121
1120700122
1070020014
1070100010
1070110008
1070250104
1070251801
1070500205
1073051125
1073090101
1073090104
1073090106
1073090107
1073090108
1073090110
1073090111
1073090112
1073090113
1073090120
1073090125
1073090126
1080030001
1083090108
1110040001
1170020011
1170030048

MODELO TAC-24CSK
DESCRIPCION
CANTIDAD PEDIDA
Capac.Compresor
Capac.vent.
Condensador
Compresor
Protector Term.
Filtro Ref.
Valvula 3 vias
Valvula 2 Vias
Capilar Recto
Vent. helicoidal
Grilla
Soporte vlvula
Panel Derecho
Panel Superior
Soporte Motor
Panel izquierdo
Aisl.Condensador
Motor Ventilador
Panel frontal ue
CONJ.DISPLAY PCB
Receptor MIM5838Led D3 rojo
Led D3 amarillo
Led D3 verde
CONJ.PCB AA
Diodo 1N4007
Diodo 1N4148
IC.ULN2003A
EEPROM ATMEL24C04
Reg.L7805CV MC780
MCU TMP86C807N-5H
Relay HRS3-S-DC12
Cap.Vent.2F/AC45
Reson.Ceram. 8.0M
Zumbador KL-12100
Fusible RT-3.15A/
Capac.0.1Uf/275V
Varistor 10D561
Terminal 250N
SWITCH 6X6X9
Transistor C8550
Transistor C9013
Caja Electrica
Cable alimentac.
Sensores Temperat
Transformador
Soporte C.Remoto
Control Remoto TC
Tuerca Bronce 7/16
Tuerca 7/16"
Evaporador
Conect. Liq
Conect.Gas
Turbina
Buje Vent.U.I.
Manguera drenaje
Chassis U.I.
Panel frontal U.I
PANEL FTE.TCL 18Manguera dren.ins
Base
Bandeja desagote
Deflect.Vert.A
Deflect.Vert.B
Deflector A
Frente Plastico
Tapa tornillo
Filtro Aire Izq.
Filtro Aire Der,
Cub.Motor Turbina
Deflector B
Caja display
Panel Instalacion
Abraz.cable
Clip sensor temp.
Motor persiana
Motor Turbina

MODELO
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
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TAC-24CSK
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TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
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TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK
TAC-24CSK