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HIGH STATIC PRESSURE

DUCT TYPE AIR CONDITIONER

T E C H N I C A L M A N UA L
AR90

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CONTENTS

1. FEATURES ........................................................................ 2

2. DIMENSIONS .................................................................... 4

3. WIRING DIAGRAM............................................................ 6

4. PERFORMANCE DATA ..................................................... 9

5. OPERATION DETAILS .................................................... 11

6. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .................................... 12

7. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................... 13

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1. FEATURES
● High static pressure
• Recommended external static pressure is 200Pa (Max. 300Pa).
● Functional LCD wired remote controller (See the next page for details.)
• Weekly timer
Air conditioner ON/OFF can be set for one whole week, including 2 times a day.
• Auto restart function in case of power failure
• Zone control
Only preset air conditioners can be stopped by pressing the ZONE CONTROL button.
● Energy saving operation
• ENERGY SAVE mode uses a computer program to economically control unit operation by
raising the set temperature slightly in the cooling mode and lowering the set temperature in the
heating mode.
● Pipe length up to 50m with height differential up to 30m
● Easy maintenance
• Fan motor maintenance
Fan motor maintenance can be performed from top, bottom, right side, or left side. (Fig. 1)
Fan motor hooks to the panel and is safe and easy to mount and dismount. (Fig. 2)
● Remote sensor unit (Option)
• Temperature sensor unit to be placed in the room

TOP ACCESS SIDE ACCESS PILOT PLATE MOTOR


(BOTH SIDES)

BOTTOM ACCESS Fig. 1 Fig. 2

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REMOTE CONTROLLER
WIRE REMOTE CONTROLLER WITH WEEKLY TIMER

REMOTE CONTROLLER WITH WEEKLY TIMER


1 2 3 4 5 6
DAY CODE MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

TIMER SET TIME TEMP./DAY FAN


MODE CONTROL
MASTER
CONTROL

CLOCK ADJUST

ZONE ENERGY SAVE START/STOP


SET DAY OFF

FEATURES
Three kinds of timer setup (OFF/ON/WEEKLY) are possible.
Function of weekly timer
• Setting of different on-off time by day
• Setting of set on-off time twice a day
• Setting of time in 5 minute steps
• Timer operation of a reserved day can be temporarily cancelled by pushing the “DAY OFF” button.
• Time setting can be left until the next day.
1 START/STOP Button
Pressed to start and stop operation.
11 12 2 OPERATION Lamp
Lights during operation and when the timer is on.
REMOTE CONTROLLER WITH WEEKLY TIMER
3 DAY OFF Button
Display DAY CODE
1
MON
2
TUE
3
WED
4
THU
5
FRI
6
SAT
13 Temporary cancellation of one day timer
4 ENERGY SAVE Button
Turns energy save mode on and off.
TIMER
MODE
SET TIME TEMP./DAY FAN
CONTROL 14 5 ENERGY SAVE Button
MASTER
10 CONTROL
Lights when the unit is in the energy save mode.
CLOCK ADJUST

ZONE ENERGY SAVE 6 SET Button


9 START/STOP
1
SET DAY OFF
Sets the date, hour, minute and on-off time.

2 7 ZONE Button
Use to turn zone control on and off.
8 ZONE Lamp
3 Lights when the unit is in the zone control mode.
4 9 CLOCK ADJUST Button
10 TIMER MODE Button
8 5 Changes the timer mode (NON STOP, OFF TIMER,
ON TIMER, WEEKLY TIMER).
7 6
11 SET TIME Button
Sets the current time and on-off time.
12 TEMP./DAY Button
Sets the indoor temperature / day.
Display panel #13 FAN CONTROL Button

15 16 17 14 MASTER CONTROL Button


Selects the operating mode
(HEAT, FAN, COOL).
15 Clock Display
NON STOP CLOCK TEMP. AUTO 16 Set Temperature / Day Display (TEMP./DAY)
OFFON OFF C
ON HIGH HEAT 17 Operation Mode Display
TIMER TIMER DAY MED FAN 18 Timer Mode Display
WEEKLY ON
DAY OFF LOW COOL
OFF #19 Fan Speed Display
1 2 NEXT DAY DEFROST TEST
20 DEFROST Display
21 TEST Display

18 19 20 21
#NOTE :
This model does not have a fan speed function.

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2. DIMENSIONS
■ INDOOR UNIT ■ OUTDOOR UNIT
(Unit : mm)

1,550

650
660

1,410

700

1,380
600
450

1,300 650

● SAMPLE INSTALLATION

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(Unit : mm)

HOOK METAL

AIR FLOW OUTLET AIR FLOW INLET


CONTROL BOX
COUPLING PIPE
SAFETY DRAIN PORT

MAIN DRAIN PORT

38.1 (DRAIN PIPE)

LIQUID : 12.7 FLARE


GAS : 28.58 FLANGE

1,550 (MAXIMUM)
25.4 (SAFETY DRAIN)
713 (MAXIMUM)
600

1,450
450

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3. WIRING DIAGRAM
Note :
Models : AR 90T Y : Europe version
AR 90E T : Australia version

1 2 3 GRAY
THERMISTOR

CN. 8 CN. 7
1 2 1 2
1 2 1 2
CN. 15 GRAY
(FLOAT SWITCH) (PIPE TEMP.)
BLACK
(DRAIN PUMP)

THERMISTOR
BLACK
(ROOM TEMP.)
CN. 6
1 2

CONTROL
CN. 5 CN. 1 BOARD CN. 17
5 4 3 1 2 3 3 2 1
1 3 5 1 2 3 3 2 1 TERMINAL

CONTROL UNIT
TO OUTDOOR TO REMOTE
1
RED
BLACK
WHITE

2
WHITE
T3.15A 250V
FUSE

F101

3
BLACK

TERMINAL
FILTER

2 1
BOARD RED
GREEN

(N)

UNIT
N WHITE
L
3
BLACK

PURPLE
BLUE
THERMAL
PROTECTOR CR COMPOSITE
BLUE
3 2 1 4 5 6
3 2 1 4 5 6

FM BLUE BLUE
TERMINAL
TO POWER
T

BLACK BLACK BLACK


WHITE WHITE
R S

WHITE
FAN RED RED
MOTOR RED

MAGNETIC RELAY

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Model : AO 90EP

RED
W1

THERMISTOR GREEN BLACK


6 1
(DISCHARGE TEMP.) GREEN
5 2

CN. 7
PINK

CN. 9
4 3
3 4
BLACK RED
THERMISTOR 2 5
(OUTDOOR TEMP.) BLACK
1
GREEN/YELLOW
E
WHITE
1

CN. 10
EARTH
INTERNAL 2
1 5 WHITE
3
PRINTED
OVERLOAD CIRCUIT
PROTECTOR BOARD
POWER RED
RELAY A 3

CN. 18
COMPRESSOR A INTERNAL 2
4 3 OVERLOAD RED
PRESSURE SWITCH
PROTECTOR 1 5 1
PINK
PURPLE

PURPLE

T1 T3 3

CN. 13
COMPRESSOR B POWER 2
RELAY B PINK
1
WHITE
T1 T3 4 3 6
YELLOW
T2 5
BLUE

BLUE

ORANGE
EV BLUE
4 CN. 11
3
BROWN
BLACK
WHITE

2
RED

T2 RED 3
1

CN. 4
EXPANSION 2
32 U V W A1 VALVE COIL 1
MAGNETIC RELAY A

BLACK
WHITE
CR COMPOSITE

RED

CN. 6
2
32 U V W A2
MAGNETIC RELAY B

1
CR COMPOSITE

CN. 3 CN. 16
54321 54321
31 R S T A2 FAN
CAPACITOR
BLACK
PURPLE
BLACK
WHITE
RED

31 R S T A1 FAN YELLOW
BLACK CAPACITOR
BLACK

BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
PURPLE

WHITE
BLACK

FM
RED
BLUE
BLACK

BLACK

BELT YELLOW FAN MOTOR A


HEATER A BELT HEATER B BLACK
WHITE
FM
RED
BLUE

FAN MOTOR B

PINK
GREEN/YELLOW
BLUE GREEN/YELLOW

1 2 3 R S T N
UNIT POWER EARTH
TERMINAL

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Model : AO 90TP

RED
W1

THERMISTOR GREEN BLACK


6 1
(DISCHARGE TEMP.) GREEN
5 2

CN. 7
BROWN PINK

CN. 9
THERMISTOR 4 3
(PIPE TEMP.) BROWN
3 4
BLACK RED
THERMISTOR 2 5
(OUTDOOR TEMP.) BLACK
1
GREEN/YELLOW
E
WHITE
1

CN. 10
EARTH
INTERNAL 2
1 5 WHITE
3
PRINTED
OVERLOAD CIRCUIT
PROTECTOR BOARD
POWER RED
RELAY A 3

CN. 18
COMPRESSOR A INTERNAL 2
4 3 OVERLOAD RED
PRESSURE SWITCH
PROTECTOR 1 5 1
PINK
PURPLE

PURPLE

T1 T3 3

CN. 13
COMPRESSOR B POWER 2
RELAY B PINK
1
WHITE
T1 T3 4 3 6
YELLOW
T2 5
BLUE

BLUE

ORANGE
CN. 11
EV 4
BLUE
3 SOLENOID COIL
BROWN
BLACK
WHITE

2 BLACK
RED

T2 RED 3 4WV
1

CN. 4
EXPANSION 2 BLACK
32 U V W A1 VALVE COIL 1
MAGNETIC RELAY A

BLACK
WHITE
CR COMPOSITE

RED

CN. 6
2
32 U V W A2
MAGNETIC RELAY B

1
CR COMPOSITE

CN. 3 CN. 16
54321 54321
31 R S T A2 FAN
CAPACITOR
BLACK
PURPLE
BLACK
WHITE
RED

31 R S T A1 FAN YELLOW
BLACK CAPACITOR
BLACK

BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
PURPLE

WHITE
BLACK

FM
RED
BLUE
BLACK

BLACK

BELT YELLOW FAN MOTOR A


HEATER A BELT HEATER B BLACK
WHITE
FM
RED
BLUE

FAN MOTOR B

PINK
GREEN/YELLOW
BLUE GREEN/YELLOW

1 2 3 R S T N
UNIT POWER EARTH
TERMINAL

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4. PERFORMANCE DATA
■ COOLING MODEL

COOLING
120

110

Capacity (%)
Indoor
100
DB/WB (°C)

90 31/22.5

80 27/19

70 23/16.5
19/13

31/22.5
110
27/19
Total input (%)

100
23/16.5
90
19/13
80

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50

Outdoor DB (°C)

■ REVERSE MODEL
COOLING HEATING
120 120 15
20
27
110 110
Capacity (%)

Capacity (%)

Indoor
100 100
DB/WB (°C)

90 31/22.5 90
Indoor
DB (°C)
80 27/19 80

70 23/16.5 70
19/13

31/22.5 27
110 110 20
27/19
Total input (%)

Total input (%)

15
100 100
23/16.5
90 90
19/13
80 80

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 -5/ 0 / 5 / 10/ 15/ 20/


-6 -2 3 7.5 12 17.5
Outdoor DB (°C) Outdoor DB (°C)
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■ COOLING SENSIBLE CAPACITY (Unit : kW)
INDOOR TEMP. OUTDOOR TEMP. (°C)
(°C) 25 30 35 40 45
DB WB Total Sens. Total Sens. Total Sens. Total Sens. Total Sens.
19 13 22.9 17.3 21.8 16.9 20.9 16.4 19.9 15.8 18.5 14.9
23 16.5 24.7 17.9 23.6 17.5 22.9 17.0 21.7 16.4 20.3 15.7
27 19 27.0 21.4 26.1 21.1 25.4 20.9 24.2 20.2 22.7 19.4
31 22.5 29.3 24.8 28.7 24.7 27.9 24.5 26.7 24.1 25.4 23.3

■ FAN CURVE
(Pa) (mmAq)
30
External static pressure

415V
250 25

200 20 Standard

150 15

380V

100 10
3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 (m3/h)

900 1000 1100 1200 1300 ( /Sec)


Air Flow

■ CAPACITY BY AIR FLOW


COOLING HEATING
30.0 35.0
Capacity (kW)

Capacity (kW)

25.0 30.0

20.0 25.0

3000 4000 5000 6000 (m3/h) 3000 4000 5000 6000 (m3/h)
( /Sec) ( /Sec)
900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600
Air Flow Air Flow

■ OUTLET AIR TEMPERATURE


COOLING HEATING
20.0 50.0

15.0 45.0
Temp (°C)

Temp (°C)

10.0 40.0

5.0 35.0
3000 4000 5000 6000 (m3/h)
( /Sec) 3000 4000 5000 6000 (m3/h)
900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 ( /Sec)
900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600
Air Flow
Air Flow
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5. OPERATION DETAILS
■ TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY RANGE

Cooling Mode *Heating Mode

COOLING MODEL Approx. 00 to 52°C –––––


OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
HEAT & COOL MODEL Approx. 00 to 46°C Approx. -10 to 21°C
(Reverse Cycle)

INDOOR TEMPERATURE Approx. 18 to 30°C Approx. below 30°C

INDOOR HUMIDITY Approx. 80% or less –––––

• Do not use this unit for any purpose other than the cooling, (*) heating,
dehumidifying and circulating air of rooms in ordinary dwellings.

■ REFRIGERANT CHARGE
30m 40m 50m Additional
Actual pipe length
(99ft) (132ft) (164ft) refrigerant (R407C)

Full charge amount 7,000g 8,000g 9,000g 100g/m


HEAT & COOL MODEL (247 oz) (282 oz) (317 oz) (3.5 oz / 3.3 ft)

Full charge amount 6 ,000g 6,500g 7,000g 50g/m


COOLING MODEL (212 oz) (229 oz) (247 oz) (1.8 oz / 3.3 ft)

Do not purge the air with refrigerants but use a vacuum


pump to vacuum the installation! There is no extra re-
frigerant in the outdoor unit for air purging!
Gauge manifold
Use a vacuum pump for R407C exclusively. Using the
same vacuum pump for different refrigerant may dam-
age the vacuum pump or the unit. LO
HI
Use a clean gauge mani-
fold and charging hose
When moving and installing the air conditioner, do not for R407C exclusively.
mix gas other than the specified refrigerant R407C
inside the refrigerant circuit. Vacuum pump

When charging the refrigerant R407C, always use an


electronic balance for refrigerant charging (to measure
the refrigerant by weight).
When charging the refrigerant, Gas Service hose
take into account the slight change
in the composition of the gas and
liquid phases, and always charge
from the liquid phase side whose Liquid
composition is stable.
Add refrigerant from the charging valve after the
completion of the work.
Use a brand-new refrigerant piping when replacing the
air conditioner using the refrigerant except R407C and
R410A.
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6. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
■ INDOOR UNIT • INSTALLING THE DUCT
Follow the procedure in the following figure to install the duct.
• SERVICE SPACE Flange positions for connecting the duct.
Leave the space reguired to service the air conditioner. (Fig.1) Unit : mm
(1) If a service hole is provided at the bottom of the product. 1,250
*20 370 14
Inlet port flange
Fig.1

200
890
75 Outlet port flange
15
30 400 Service hole *25 7 x 150 pitch = 1,050
35
1,920 Unit : mm
350 2 x 160 pitch = 320
(2) If the service hole referenced in (1) is not provided. *Spacing between flange and drain pan

Install the air inlet grille for air circulation.


The correct temperature cannot be detected.

Unit
900 900

• INSTALLING DRAIN PIPE Air Outlet Grille


Air Inlet Grille
Position of drain piping and refrigerant piping. (Room)
Unit : mm
60 95
50 40 ■ OUTDOOR UNIT
Provide the space shown in Fig.2 so that the air flow is not
235
318

blocked.
427

404

• Installing the unit individually


Fig. 2 10mm or more

200 50

Safety drain pipe Main drain pipe


ø25.4mm (O.D.) ø38.1mm (O.D.) 500mm 200mm
The installed drain pipe should have a downward gradient of 1/50 Front or more or more
to 1/100. Make sure that the drain pipe is installed without rises.
Use general hard polyvinylchloride pipe (VP25) and connect
it with adhesive (polyvinylchloride) so that there is no leak-
age. Do not perform air bleeding.
10mm or more
Main drain
On the main drain, provide one trap near the indoor unit. L1 L2
Top blower
Unit H1=100 mm (Approx.) outlet
H2=50 to 100 mm
h

Drain pipe
H2 H1

H (1,200 mm or less)

H (1,200 mm or less)

Trap

Safety drain
There is no need to provide a trap for the safety drain. If the Front air Rear
safety drain is connected to the main drain, make the con- intake air
intake
nection below the main trap.
Unit

Main
• There is no limit to the height of the side wall.
• The height of the wall (H) at the front and rear should be
Drain Pipe
1,200mm or less.
Safety
• If the wall height exceeds 1,200mm, add dimension (h) to
Once installation is complete, check the flow of drain water. the respective service space dimensions L1 and L2.

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7. SPECIFICATIONS
DUCT TYPE AIR CONDITIONER
TYPE
COOLING ONLY TYPE COOLING & HEATING TYPE
Indoor Unit AR 90E AR 90T
Model
Outdoor Unit AO 90EP AO 90TP
Input Power V/ /Hz 380 - 415 / 3 / 50 380 - 415 / 3 / 50
kW 24.8 - 25.4 24.8 - 25.4
Cooling
BTU/h 84,500 - 86,500 84,500 - 86,500
Capacity
kW ––– 28.9 - 29.5
Heating
BTU/h ––– 98,500 - 100,500
Cooling 18.3 - 17.6 19.5 - 19.5
Ampacity A
Heating ––– 19.5 - 19.5
Cooling 11.0 - 11.0 12.2 - 12.5
Input Watts kW
Heating ––– 12.2 - 12.5
Starting Current A 63 63
Moisture Removal /h 7.5 7.5
Cooling 2.25 - 2.31 2.03 - 2.03
E.E.R. kW/kW
Heating ––– 2.36 - 2.36
Indoor 1,140 When static pressure is 200Pa
Fan Speed r.p.m.
Outdoor 730
Indoor 3
m /h 4,300 (1,194) When static pressure is 200Pa
Air Flow
Outdoor ( /s) 5,800 (1,611)
Standard Static Pressure Pa 200
Indoor 450 x 1,550 x 700
Net
Dimensions Outdoor 1,380 x 1.300 x 650
mm
HxWxD Indoor 550 x 1,750 x 825
Gross
Outdoor 1,535 x 1,400 x 700
Indoor 85 / 100
Weights Net / Gross kg
Outdoor 243 / 280 245 / 282
Refrigerant Type –– R407C
Connection Method / Pipe Size –– Flange / 28.58 (Large) Flare / 12.70 (Small)
Max. Pipe Length / Height m 50 / 30
Cooling 0 to 52 0 to 46
Operation Range °C
Heating –– -10 to 21

Note :
Y : Europe version
T : Australia version

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