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CONTENTS

1. DIAGNOSTIC CHART 1 2. The service rules of the R407C(R410a) product 5 3. BRIGHT STAR SERIES 8 4. BRIGHT ECO SERIES 45 5. GLORY (ECO)STAR SERIES 65 6. GLORY GIANT 1 97 7. GLORY GIANT 2 115 8. LIGHT STAR SERIES 127 9. CUTE STAR SERIES 139 10. Beta GLORY R407 157 11. AC INVERT SERIES 178 12. MULTI INVERTER ECO 197 13. Multi-system 1 to 2 214 14. Multi-system 1 to 3 228 15. Alfa Glory H series (R410A) 244 16. DC inverter(R410A) 276 17. F1 STAR SERIES 305 18. Alfa Glory H series 330

AFLA GLORY SERIES (R410A)


Contents 1. Features 245 2. Specification..246 3. Dimensions.. 249 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram252 5. Pressure table..253 6. Capacity table...256 7. Wiring diagram..261 8. Electronic function....265 9. Troubleshooting.273 10. Characteristic of temp. sensor278

1.Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 High efficiency and quiet operation 1.3 A class energy level

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2.Specification
Model Factory Model Power supply Cooling Capacity Input Rated current EER Heating Capacity Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max input consumption Max current Starting current Compressor Model Type Capacity Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Indoor fan motor Model Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor coil Number of rows Fin type (code) Tube outside dia and type Number of circuits Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor unit Dimension (W*H*D) Packing (W*H*D) m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg mm W uF r/min uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A 07 850 38 15 PA82X1C-4DZ2 Rotary 6680 675 3 11 15 0 UP3QE0591-T71 25 350 RPG13H 36 5 12 1050/9200/820 2 Hydrophilic aluminium 7 2 450/400/350 34/32/30 750*250*205 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6T W uF r/min 56 25 800 2 Unhydrophilic aluminium mm mm 7 innergroove tube 750x508x26 74 2 m3/h dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Gas side Max refrigerant pipe length Max difference in level Connection wiring Plug type Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area Qtyper 20 /40 /40'HQ m2 set mm(inch) m m 1500 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 31/34 800 42 6 35/9 53 10 5 No 16A Electrolic control 17-30 18~-45 10-14 128/268/296 innergroove tube MSH-07CRN1 CE-KF20GW/N1Y-H 1 220-240V~ 50Hz 7000 640 28 11 3 2 MSH-07HRN1 CE-KFR20GW/N1Y-H 1 220-240V~ 50Hz 7000 640 28 11 3 2 8500 690 30 36 07 1000 45 15 PA82X1C-4DZ2 Rotary 6680 675 3 11 15 0 UP3QE0591-T71 25 350 RPG13H 36 5 12 1050/9200/820 2 Hydrophilic aluminium 7 2 450/400/350 34/32/30 750*250*205 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6T 56 25 800 2 Hydrophilic aluminium 7 innergroove tube 750x508x26 74 2 1500 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 32/35 820 42 6 35/9 53 10 5 No 16A Electrolic control 17-30 -7 -~ 45 10-14 128/268/296 innergroove 10 1000 45 22 PA108X1C-4FT Rotary 8870 890 4 07 21 7 UP3QE0591-T61 25 330 RPG13H 36 5 12 1200/950/850 2 Hydrophilic aluminium 7 2 500/460/410 36/34/32 750*250*205 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6F 56 25 800 2 Unhydrophilic 7 innergroove tube 810x508x26 74 2 1800 50 780X540X250 910X575X335 36/39 900 42 6 35/9 53 10 5 No 16A Electrolic control 17-30 18~-45 14-21 113/252/276 innergroove MSH-09CRN1 CE-KF26GW/N1Y-H 1 220-240V~ 50Hz 9000 820 36 11 3 2 MSH-09HRN1 CE-KFR26GW/N1Y-H 1 220-240V~ 50Hz 9000 820 36 11 3 2 11000 890 39 36 10 1200 53 22 PA108X1C-4FT Rotary 8870 890 4 07 21 7 UP3QE0591-T61 25 330 RPG13H 36 5 12 1200/950/850 2 Hydrophilic aluminium 7 2 500/460/410 36/34/32 750*250*205 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6F 56 25 800 2 Hydrophilic aluminium 7 innergroove tube 810x508x26 74 2 1800 50 780X540X250 910X575X335 37/40 920 42 6 35/9 53 10 5 No 16A Electrolic control 17-30 -7 -~ 45 14-21 113/252/276 innergroove MSH-12CRN1 CE-KF36GW/N1Y-H 1 220-240V~ 50Hz 12000 1120 50 11 3 2 12 1550 10 30 PA145X2C-4FT rotary 12000 1200 56 29 9 UP3RE0591-T56 35 480 RPG20D 51 5 15 1250/1000/800 2 Hydr0philiC 7 2 680/520/420 39/33/28 815*280*215 915X290X360 10/12 YDK36-6 68 25 900 2 Unhydrophilic 9 53 innergroove 680x550x44 2 1900 52 760X590X285 890X655X360 41/45 1160 42 6 35/12 7 10 5 No 16A Electrolic control 17-30 18~-45 18-26 92/195/228 innergroove MSH-12HRN1 CE-KFR36GW/N1 1 12000 1120 50 11 3 2 15000 1180 53 36 12 1550 10 30 PA145X2C-4FT rotary 12000 1200 56 29 9 UP3RE0591-T56 35 480 RPG20D 51 5 15 1250/1000/800 2 Hydr0philiC 7 2 680/520/420 39/33/28 815*280*215 915X290X360 10/12 YDK36-6 68 25 900 2 Hydrophilic 9 53 innergroove 680x550x44 2 1900 52 760X590X285 890X655X360 41 5/45 5 1170 42 6 35/12 7 10 5 No 16A Electrolic control 17-30 -7 -~ 45 18-26 92/195/228 innergroove 220-240V~

Net/Gross weight Outdoor fan motor Model Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor coil Number of rows Fin type (code) Tube outside dia and type Coil length x height x width Number of circuits Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Outdoor unit

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R410A Design pressure Refrigerant piping

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit MSH-07CRN1, MSH-07HRN1, MSH-09CRN1, MSH-09HRN1

3.2 Indoor unit MSH-12CRN1, MSH-12HRN1

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3.4 Outdoor unit MSH-07CRN1, MSH-07HRN1

3.5 Outdoor unit MSH-09CRN1, MSH-09HRN1

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3.6 Outdoor unit MSH-12CRN1, MSH-12HRN1


285 750

62

315

290

530

110

249

590

4.Refrigeration cycle diagram

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5. Pressure table Note: *The pressure data is from 3 way valve, the pressure data are pressure above atmosphere. *D: Dry bulb temp. *W: Wet bulb temp. 5.1 MSH-07CRN1
Cooling mode
Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 25C 6.2 30C 6.8 35C 7.2 40C 8.0 45C 8.5 50C 9.5

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

6.3

6.5

7.5

8.0

8.7

9.5

6.1

6.9

7.7

8.2

9.1

10.0

7.0

7.3

7.8

8.3

9.2

10.1

5.2 MSH-07HRN1
Cooling mode
Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 25C 6.2 30C 6.8 35C 7.2 40C 8.0 45C 8.5 50C 9.5

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

6.3

6.5

7.5

8.0

8.7

9.5

6.1

6.9

7.7

8.2

9.1

10.0

7.0

7.3

7.8

8.3

9.2

10.1

Heating mode Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 12C D 11C W 24.0 24.6 25.0 25.3 7C D 6C W 23.0 23.5 23.8 24.6
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0C D -1C W 21.5 23.0 24.0 24.5

-4C D -6C W 21.0 22.6 23.0 23.8

-7C D -9C W 20..5 20.8 21.0 21.7

-15C D -xC W / / / /

15C 18C 20C 22C

5.3 MSH-09CRN1
Cooling mode
Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 25C 7.8 30C 8.1 35C 8.4 40C 9.0 45C 9.3 50C 10.0

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

7.9

8.2

8.7

9.0

9.5

10.1

8.0

8.5

9.2

9.9

10.2

10.8

8.8

9.1

9.2

10.0

10.5

11.2

5.4 MSH-09HRN1
Cooling mode
Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 25C 7.8 30C 8.1 35C 8.4 40C 9.0 45C 9.3 50C 10.0

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

7.9

8.2

8.7

9.0

9.5

10.1

8.0

8.5

9.2

9.9

10.2

10.8

8.8

9.1

9.2

10.0

10.5

11.2

Heating mode Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 12C D 11C W 26.5 27.0 27.5 28.5 7C D 6C W 25.0 26.0 26.5 27.0 0C D -1C W 22.0 23.5 25.0 25.5 -4C D -6C W 21.5 22.5 23.0 23.9 -7C D -9C W 20.5 20.8 21.0 21.5 -15C D -xC W / / / /

15C 18C 20C 22C

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5.5 MSH-12CRN1
Cooling mode Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm
2

25C 8.4

30C 8.5

35C 8.8

40C 8.9

45C 9.4

50C 9.9

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

8.6

8.8

9.2

9.4

10.0

10.4

8.8

9.2

9.4

9.8

10.3

10.9

9.2 )

9.6

9.9

10.4

10.8

11.2

5.6 MSH-12HRN1
Cooling mode
Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) OUTDOOR CONDITIONS Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 12C D 11C W 27.4 29.8 30.2 32.4 7C D 6C W 25.9 27.2 29.1 30.1 0C D -1C W 22.2 23.8 24.2 25.4 -4C D -6C W 21.4 22.0 23.6 24.0 -7C D -9C W 20.0 21.1 22.1 22.7 -15C D -xC W / / / / 25C 8.4 30C 8.5 35C 8.8 40C 8.9 45C 9.4 50C 9.9

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W


Heating mode Indoor Conditions

8.6

8.8

9.2

9.4

10.0

10.4

8.8

9.2

9.4

9.8

10.3

10.9

9.2

9.6

9.9

10.4

10.8

11.2

15C 18C 20C 22C

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6. Capacity table 6.1 MSH-07CRN1


SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.06 1.52 0.53 2.14 1.61 0.60 2.31 1.78 0.55 2.33 1.83 0.53 30C 1.95 1.37 0.58 2.05 1.46 0.60 2.24 1.65 0.63 2.33 1.67 0.65 35C 1.75 1.39 0.62 1.96 1.45 0.66 2.10 1.42 0.64 2.31 1.65 0.69 40C 1.51 1.32 0.63 1.72 1.54 0.65 1.90 1.43 0.70 2.38 1.64 0.73 45C 1.58 1.19 0.78 1.73 1.23 0.78 1.73 1.26 0.79 2.15 1.57 0.83 50C 1.41 1.07 0.80 1.52 1.15 0.83 1.67 1.28 0.84 2.07 1.53 0.88

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

6.2 MSH-07HRN1
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.04 1.52 0.53 2.14 1.61 0.54 2.31 1.78 0.57 2.33 1.83 0.58 30C 1.94 1.41 0.58 2.05 1.46 0.60 2.24 1.65 0.62 2.36 1.67 0.64 35C 1.70 1.39 0.60 1.93 1.45 0.62 2.05 1.54 0.64 2.31 1.65 0.66 40C 1.61 1.32 0.67 1.81 1.54 0.70 1.95 1.43 0.71 2.25 1.64 0.73 45C 1.53 1.19 0.73 1.73 1.23 0.74 1.70 1.26 0.75 2.15 1.57 0.80 50C 1.41 1.07 0.80 1.51 1.15 0.82 1.65 1.28 0.83 2.03 1.52 0.86

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

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WINTER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 12C D 11C W Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. 3.01 0.76 2.86 0.78 2.77 0.81 2.61 0.83 7C D 6C W 2.73 0.66 2.64 0.67 2.49 0.69 2.43 0.68 4C D 3C W 2.47 0.60 2.34 0.62 2.28 0.64 2.13 0.65 0C D -1C W 1.76 0.58 1.69 0.59 1.62 0.59 1.58 0.60 -4C D -6C W 1.65 0.50 1.53 0.62 1.59 0.53 1.26 0.56 -7C D -8C W 1.58 0.45 1.41 0.47 1.33 0.48 1.17 0.51

15C 18C 20C 22C

6.3 MSH-09CRN1
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.42 1.72 0.72 0.65 1.83 0.70 2.89 1.95 0.65 3.01 2.05 0.64 30C 2.37 1.69 0.75 2.55 1.73 0.76 2.80 1.91 0.78 2.98 1.88 0.80 35C 2.23 1.65 0.80 2.45 1.70 0.84 2.66 1.83 0.82 2.92 1.96 0.88 40C 2.03 1.53 0.84 2.24 1.63 0.88 2.46 1.78 0.91 2.83 1.87 0.98 45C 1.87 1.43 0.89 2.11 1.63 0.92 2.25 1.66 0.95 2.69 1.87 1.03 50C 1.75 1.36 0.96 1.98 1.57 1.01 2.03 1.63 1.02 2.45 1.85 1.10

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

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6.4 MSH-09HRN1
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. WINTER 2.42 1.72 0.72 0.65 1.83 0.68 2.89 1.99 0.65 3.03 2.05 0.65 30C 2.41 1.69 0.75 2.55 1.73 0.76 2.80 1.95 0.78 2.98 1.88 0.80 35C 2.24 1.65 0.80 2.45 1.70 0.81 2.63 1.81 0.82 2.92 1.96 0.86 40C 2.03 1.53 0.84 2.24 1.63 0.88 2.45 1.78 0.92 2.83 1.87 0.95 45C 1.87 1.43 0.89 2.11 1.63 0.93 2.23 1.66 0.96 2.69 1.87 0.99 50C 1.75 1.36 0.97 1.98 1.57 1.02 2.05 1.63 1.03 2.46 1.85 1.08

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 12C D 11C W 7C D 6C W 3.38 0.84 3.26 0.86 3.22 0.89 3.13 0.93 4C D 3C W 3.02 0.73 2.94 0.78 2.85 0.80 2.72 0.82 0C D -1C W 1.97 0.65 1.84 0.70 1.82 0.74 1.73 0.77 -4C D -6C W 1.59 0.62 1.60 0.65 1.56 0.68 1.58 0.71 -7C D -8C W 1.52 0.63 1.49 0.68 1.50 0.67 1.42 0.65

Indoor Conditions

15C 18C 20C 22C

Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW.

3.75 0.97 3.52 0.98 3.45 1.02 3.18 1.06

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6.5 MSH-12CRN1
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 3304 2607 907 3683 2938 926 3896 3076 943 4199 3098 977 30C 3198 2497 1006 3511 2790 1035 3718 2938 1058 4009 2990 1090 35C 3921 2411 1096 3339 2745 1127 3646 2856 1120 3850 2900 1190 40C 2856 2304 1184 3166 2580 1230 3387 2690 1265 3614 2745 1310 45C 2787 2242 1259 3066 2470 1278 3235 2580 1322 3541 2607 1368 50C 2684 2111 1457 2960 2359 1380 3232 2470 1437 3370 2552 1495

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

6.6 MSH-12HRN1
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 3276 2567 890 3663 2918 915 3860 3039 944 4215 3120 969 30C 3187 2457 1010 3503 2766 1033 3700 2913 1048 4100 2939 1088 35C 3105 2413 1082 3315 2725 1121 3626 2832 1120 3845 2891 1189 40C 2821 2287 1188 3148 2557 1228 3371 2645 1253 3601 2715 1302 45C 2746 2210 1243 3076 2453 1278 3215 2567 1312 3501 2589 1349 50C 2621 2087 1337 2932 2334 1367 3125 2419 1426 3313 2503 1455

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

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WINTER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 12C D 11C W 7C D 6C W 4264 1106 4248 1153 4153 1180 3989 1212 4C D 3C W 4132 1059 3954 1142 3877 1129 3761 1153 0C D -1C W 3838 1035 3761 1082 3683 1082 3567 1106 -4C D -6C W 3335 895 3258 953 3189 976 3045 1000 -7C D -8C W 305 812 2948 918 2871 941 2876 836

15C 18C 20C 22C

Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW.

4446 1141 4380 1188 4261 1224 4106 1259

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7. Schematic diagram and wiring diagram 7.1 Schematic diagram


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
D1
IN4007*4

IC1

7812

IC3
Vout 3
E2
+12V-a1

7805

R18 10K

+5V
ZERO

GND

GND

D2
CN1 4 3 2 1
A B

Vin

Vin

Vout

3
E3

+5V

+5V

R19 150
+5V REC

D3

E1

C1 104

C3 104

C4 104

R16 12K
A D11 1N4148 D12 1N4148 B

D4

R15R17 12K12K

C9 104

Q2 9014

R20

1K

REC1

C10 102

REC V C11 GND E7

FANSP_FEEDBACK

TRANS

2200uF/25V
IC10 7812

1000uF/16V
+12V-b

470uF/16V

RECEIVER_V

D13 IN4148 CN4 +12V-a 3 R215.1K 2 1 C12


103
FAN_BACK

104

10uF/16V
COM1 +5V COM2 COM3

D16
C D

IN4007*4

GND

Vin

Vout

3
E11
C24 104

D17

E10

C23 104

+5V R41 2K

+5V R42 2K

R43 2K
R41 10K

D18

R41
1000uF/16V

R41 10K

D19

2200uF/25V
+5V

10K
GNDB

R4 12K
1
3
+5V RST C25 104 +5V +12V

Q8

Q9

Q10

C5 104

2
IC5 KIA7042

9012
C26 104

9012

9012

IC4

1
2

VSS0
VDD0
P25
P26
P00
P01
P02
P03
P04
VSS1
P05
P50
P51
P52
P53
AVDD
AVREF
AN10
AN11
AN12
AN13
UPD789166 IC7 1 IN1 STEP_I1

X1

42 X1

R7 1M

X1
+5V

C2

X2

41 X2

IC2

DIS1 WT4021BG

4M
RST SCL SDA

R5 1K
BUZ '

JR8 10K
HEAT

FAN_IN BUZ

FAN_IN BUZ STEP_I1 STEP_I2 STEP_I3 STEP_I4 COMP

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

RESET

40 RST

R1 R2 10K 10K

XT1

39

8 7 6 5

BUZ1 BUZZER1

VCC WC SCL SDA


24C04

A0 A1 A2 GND

104 1 2 3 4

+12V-a

CN9
LOAD_HEAT N

Only For Heat P ump


D21

1 HEAT_N

JR9 10K

STEP_I1 STEP_I2 STEP_I3 STEP_I4

XT2

38

RY2 RELAY-SPST
IN4148
com1 com2 h g f e d c b a

+5V

Vpp/IC

37

C
N

R38 10K

P24

36 SCL

SCL SDA COM1 COM2

IC8
104

R27 2K

Q3 9014

P23

35 SDA

R39 5.1K

SW_TEST

C22 104

COMP

P22

34 COM1

7 C24 14

GND
Vcc

Q7

13

Q6

12

R44 330
R45 330
R46 330
R47 330
R48 330
R49 330
R54 330
R55 330
SW2
CN16
+12V-a

JR1 10K
HEAT SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 +5V

P21

33 COM2

Q5

11

CN10
LOAD_HEAT L

11
12
13
14
15
16
17

SW1
SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4

VDD1

32

9
+5V COM3 FAN_OUT FANSP_FEEDBACK ZERO REC VALVE FRESH SEG4 C17 102 +5V SEG3 +5V

MR

Q4

10

P20

31 COM3

8
C16 102 2

CP

Q3

P33

30 FAN_OUT

Q2

LED6 LED7
LED8 LED9

1 HEAT_L

D22 IN4148

RY3 RELAY-SPST
FUSE2 10A

P32

29 FANSP

Dsb

Q1

P31

28 ZERO

Dsa
74HC164

Q0

R33
HEAT

Q5 9014

2K

P30

27 REC

D5 IN4148

R59 R60 10K 10K


+5V

FRESH

CN2

+5V

P11

26 VALVE

+12V-b

1
2
+12V-a LOAD_FAN OUT

T1_room T2_I.pipe

T1 T2

18
19

P10

25 FRESH

CN13

AVSS

24

JR4

10K

1
2

T1_room

JR5

10K

R62

IC9

R63
Q12

D23
9014
GNDB FAN_OUT

R10
D6

2K

Current T1_room

CURRENT 20

AN15

23

E4 10uF/16V

C6 104

AUTO_SELECT

AUTO_SELECT 21

AN14

22 SW

JR2
SW_TEST

10K

R61 2K

1K

5.1K
+12V-a PC817 +12V-b

RY4 RELAY-SPST
IN4148
L1

R8 8.1K/1%
CN3 2
+5V

JR3

10K

Q11 9014

IN4148

R34 2K

Q6 9014

OUT1

16

1
2
3
CN12

2
STEP_I2

IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
VSS

OUT2

15

1
T2_I.pipe

D7 IN4148

3
STEP_I3

OUT3

14

R11 2K
T2_I.pipe

STEP_I4

OUT4

13

+12V-a

4
FAN_IN '

5
FAN_IN

D8

OUT5

12

5
+12V-a SWING

D24 IN4148

E5 10uF/16V

C7 104
+5V

R9 8.1K/1%

6
BUZ

IN4148

OUT6

11
BUZ '

LOAD_VALVE C20 333 RY5 RELAY-SPST

7
COMP

OUT7

10
COMP '

JR6 10K R23 2K


AUTO_SELECT +5V

8
C19 104
CN6 +12V-a 1

VDD

9
VALVE

R35 2K

Q7 9014

R36 51/1W

UJN2003

L1 FU SE1

3.15A/250V

A
R12 2K
Current

D9 1N4148

JR7 10K

C13 104

R25 51/1W

C15 333

+12V-a L1

2
3

CN15

LOAD_COMP C21

R14 1.4K/1%

T2

T1
BT131 TR1

? L2
Z1 12V

E9 470uF/25V
R28 11K/2W
R29 11K/2W

ZR1

C23 0.1uF/275VAC
t

1
2 TRANS_IN
COMP '

RY6 333 COMP


R37 51/1W
L(POWER_IN PORT)

C8 104

E6 10uF/16V

R13 16K

D10 1N4148 R6 1K/1%

CT1 0057h

4
5 FAN_IN

C14 1.2uF/450V
2K R24

D15 IN4007

10D471K
N

IC6 PC817
+12V-a R26

CN14 1 N

CN11 1 N

PTC 82RM

1K

FAN_IN '

259

7.2 Wiring diagram 7.2.1 Cooling only 7.2.1.1 MSH-07CRN1, MSH-09CRN1

POWER SUPPLY BROWN

INDOOR MOTOR

Y/G
BLUE BLACK

1 3 5 1 3 5 CN6 CN11

3 2 1 3 2 1 CN4

1 2 3 45 12 3 45 CN12

21 21 CN2

2 1 2 1 CN3

RED
CN5

PI PE TEM PERATUR E SEN SOR

STEP MOTOR

R OOM TE MPERAT URE SE NSOR

8 7 6 5 4 3 21

COMPRESSOR RELAY
C N7 1 2 1 2 CN16 1 2 1 2

C N1 5

CN1 1 1 4 4

Y/G JX1 1 2(N) 3 4

SW2
WAT ER SWITCH

TR ANSF ORME R

INDOOR UNIT TO OUTDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT O T OOR IT

DISPLAY BOARD

1 3


YG AC AC

O ER OA RE A

COMPRESSOR C YG S

AC RE R E

RE

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

260

YG UE

RED

FAN RED MOTOR

FAN CAPACITOR

7.2.1.2 MSH-12CRN1

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR MOTOR

BROWN
1 2 3 45 12 3 45 CN12

Y/G
BLUE BLACK

1 3 5 1 3 5 CN6 CN11

3 2 1 3 2 1 CN4

21 21 CN2

2 1 2 1 CN3

RED
CN5

PI PE TEM PERATUR E SEN SOR

STEP MOTOR

R OOM TE MPERAT URE SE NSOR

8 7 6 5 4 3 21

COMPRESSOR RELAY C N7 1 2 1 2 CN16 1 2 1 2

C N1 5

CN1

1 1

4 4

Y/G JX1 1 2(N) 3 4

SW2
WAT ER SWITCH

TR ANSF ORME R

INDOOR UNIT TO OUTDOOR UNIT

DISPLAY BOARD

1 3

261

7.2.2 Heating/cooling 7.2.2.1 MSH-07HRN1, MSH-09HRN1

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR MOTOR

BROWN
1 2 3 45 12 3 45 CN12

Y/G
BLUE BLACK

1 3 5 1 3 5 CN6 CN11

3 2 1 3 2 1 CN4

21 21 CN2

2 1 2 1 CN3

RED
CN5

PI PE TEM PERATUR E SEN SOR

STEP MOTOR

R OOM TE MPERAT URE SE NSOR

8 7 6 5 4 3 21

COMPRESSOR RELAY
1 2 1 2

C N1 5 CN16 1 2 1 2 CN1

CN13

C N7 1 2 1 2

1 1

4 4

Y/G JX1 1 2(N) 3 4

SW2

WAT ER SWITCH

TR ANSF ORME R

INDOOR UNIT TO OUTDOOR UNIT

DISPLAY BOARD

262

7.2.2.2 MSH-12HRN1

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR MOTOR

BROWN
1 2 3 45 12 3 45 CN12

Y/G
BLUE BLACK

1 3 5 1 3 5 CN6 CN11

3 2 1 3 2 1 CN4

21 21 CN2

2 1 2 1 CN3

RED
CN5

PI PE TEM PERATUR E SEN SOR

STEP MOTOR

R OOM TE MPERAT URE SE NSOR

8 7 6 5 4 3 21

COMPRESSOR RELAY
1 2 1 2

C N1 5 CN16 1 2 1 2 CN1

CN13

C N7 1 2 1 2

1 1

4 4

Y/G JX1 1 2(N) 3 4

SW2

WAT ER SWITCH

TR ANSF ORME R

INDOOR UNIT TO OUTDOOR UNIT

DISPLAY BOARD

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8 Electronic function 8.1 Electric Control working environment 8.1.1 input voltage: 175~253V 8.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 8.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C 8.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 8.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 8.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 8.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 8.1.8 Compressor: single-phase power supply. Its normal working amp is less than 15A 8.2 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller I3sec: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue three seconds until turns off the compressor. I5MIN: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue five minutes until turns off the compressor. IFAN: Self-protection amp of outdoor fan/indoor fans when they change from higher wind to lower wind. IRESTORE: Amp self-protection return value THDEFROST: High wind, defrosting temperature difference TMDEFROST: Middle wind, defrosting temperature difference TLDEFROST: Low wind, defrosting temperature difference TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature 8.3 Functions Remote receiving Testing and forced running Position set for indoor unit wind vane LED displaying and alarm On or off Timer Protection for the compressor Current protection High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger at heating mode Auto defrosting and heating recovery at heating mode Anti cold air at heating mode Anti frozen at cooling mode

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8.4 8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3

8.4.4 8.4.5

Protection 3 minutes delay at restart for compressor. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. The current protection of the compressor
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN Indoor fan On On Low speed IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN On Low speed I< IRESTORE On Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

If compressor turns off for continuously 4 times due to current protection in 5 minutes from Compressor On, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 8.5 8.6 Fan-only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition T=Indoor Temp. Ts=Setting Temp. Room temp. up Room temp. down T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 T> Ts T<Ts Compressor Outdoor fan

On Off On Off

On Off On Off Indoor fan speed Low Med. High High Med. Low

Auto fan at cooling mode:


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<4 4<T<5 T>5 Room temp. down T> 4 1<T<4 T<1 265

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator at cooling mode( T: evaporator temp. )


Condition Temp. Time On >5 Minutes >5 Minutes Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

Evaporator Temp. up Evaporator Temp. down

T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5

8.7 8.7.1 8.7.2

Dehumidifying mode The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode
NO 1 2 3 Conditions TA TS+2 TS TA<TS+2 TA < TS Indoor Fan LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE Compressor and Outdoor Fan ON 6minutes OFF 4minutes ON 5minutes OFF 5minutes ON 4minutes OFF 6minutes

Repeat on and off cycle.

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8.7.3

8.7.4 8.7.5 8.8 8.8.1

8.8.2 8.8.3

Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10, compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13. At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. At dehumidifying mode, the action of fans of indoor is the same as that of air-only mode. Heating mode Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. Action of compressor and outdoor fan motor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 Room temp. down T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.8.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function at heating mode
Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> TE3 TE3<T<TE4 T<TE4 Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off Indoor fan speed

8.8.5

Auto wind at heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<2 T>2 Room temp. down T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

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8.8.6

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection at heating mode


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan

8.8.7. 8.9 8.9.1

The louver opens to Standard Angle ANGLHEAT when power is on for the first time Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: Defrosting starts when either of the following &: A and B are satisfied: A: The compressor keeps running for 40 minutes or more. B: The temperature difference of evaporator and room temperature meets one of the following:
Temp. of evaporator---room temp. Fan speed is high Fan speed is mid Fan speed is low Breeze THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST Meet only if it is Breeze

Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes. 8.9.2 Defrosting time If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for less than 40 minutes, this can be regarded as severe frosting. The defrosting time is 10 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for more than 40 minutes, the defrosting time is 6 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied out of 40 minutes, generally the defrosting time is 6 minutes, after three continuous 6-minute defrost, the fourth should be 10 minutes defrost. The circulation is as following: 7.5-minute defrost 7.5-minute defrost7.5-minute defrost10-minute defrost

8.9.3 Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating mode: A. The defrost time has reached to 7.5 or 10 minutes. B. The compressor current has reached to IDEFROST or above, IDEROST differs in different models.

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8.9.4 Defrosting Actions:


Defrost 10or 6minutes

45S
Compressor 4-way Valve

25S

23S 40S

Outdoor Fan Indoor Fan

10S

8.10 8.10.1

Automatic operation mode The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TA-TS+2 TA-TS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.10.2 8.10.3 8.10.4

The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode. One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the set temp. varies. Forced cooling function Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates at the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24. All protections of remote control cooling are available at forced cooling operation. Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates at remote control mode with a set temp. of 24. Timer Function Economic Running The economic running function is available at cooling, heating or auto mode. Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a
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8.11 8.11.1 8.11.2 8.11.3 8.12

8.13 8.14 8.14.1 8.14.2

8.14.3

8.14.4 8.15

constant and the fan speed is kept at low speed. Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with selected running mode by auto mode. Auto restart function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before the power failure when power returns.

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8.16

Models and Parameters

Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

MSH-07CRN2 7.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A

MSH-07HRN2 7.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A 3.2A 28 32 30 26

MSH-09CRN2 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A

MSH-09HRN2 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 3.5A 28 32 30 26

MSH-12CRN2 12.0A 8.5A 7.5A 6.5A

MSH-12HRN2 12.0A 8.5A 7.5A 6.5A 5.0A 34 37 33 22

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

3 10

3 10 63 53 50

200

200 0

200

200 0

155

155 10

124

124 17C 18C 19C

124

124 17C 18C 19C

124

124 20C 23C 26C

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9.Troubleshooting 9.1 Display board

Infrared Signal Receiver

1: AUTO indicator 2: TIMER indicator 3: PRE.-DEF. Indicator 4: OPERATION indicator 5: SLEEP indicator 9.2 For all heat pump model
Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEROM error No over-zero signal

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

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9.3 Diagnostic Chart 9.3.1 After energizing, no indicator is lighted and the air conditioner cant be operated.
After energizing, the air conditioner cant be operated

Check if AC220V power supply outputs to Indoor PCB.

Yes
Check if AC220V exists at the primary coil of transformer.

Yes

No
Indoor PCB is defective

Check if AC14.5V exists at the secondary coil of transformer.

No
Take off the secondary plug of transformer, and then check if AC14.5V exists at the secondary coil of transformer.

Yes Yes

No
The transformer is defective. Indoor PCB is defective

9.3.2 Resetting phenomenon often occurs during operation. (That is automatically entering to the status when power is on.)
The reason is that the instantaneous voltage of main chip is less than 4.5V. Check according to the following procedure:

Resetting phenomenon often occurs during operation.

Yes
After changing Indoor PCB, check if the failure releases.

No
After changing indoor fan motor, check if the failure releases.

Yes
Indoor PCB is defective

No
Power supply circuit has problems.

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9.3.3

Failure phenomenon
Failure phenomenon Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit

Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEROM error No over-zero signal

r Extinguish

Flash at 5Hz

9.3.3.1 Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp off.


Is connector connection good? Yes Is voltage being applied to the fan motor? Yes Fan motor is defective No Indoor PCB is defective No Repair the connector

9.3.3.2 Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp on.


Is connection to connector good? Yes Replace the sensor No Repair connector

9.3.3.3 Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes


Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes

After changing the main control board, check if the failure releases.

No
The voltage of power supply is too low (less than 187V)?

Yes

Yes

Indoor PCB is defective

Yes
Power supply fault

No
Outdoor unit fault (such as the compressor)

9.3.3.4

Operation lamp on and Timer lamp flashes EEROM error, indoor PCB is defective. 9.3.3.5 Operation lamp flashes, Timer lamp flashes . This is alarm signal when the main chip cant detect over-zero signal. When such failure occurs, the main control board must have fault.
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10. Characteristic of temp. sensor


Temp. -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Resistance K 62.2756 58.7079 56.3694 52.2438 49.3161 46.5725 44 41.5878 39.8239 37.1988 35.2024 33.3269 31.5635 29.9058 28.3459 26.8778 25.4954 24.1932 22.5662 21.8094 20.7184 19.6891 18.7177 17.8005 16.9341 16.1156 15.3418 Temp. 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 Resistance K 14.6181 13.918 13.2631 12.6431 12.0561 11.5 10.9731 10.4736 10 9.5507 9.1245 8.7198 8.3357 7.9708 7.6241 7.2946 6.9814 6.6835 6.4002 6.1306 5.8736 5.6296 5.3969 5.1752 4.9639 4.7625 4.5705 Temp. 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 Resistance K 4.3874 4.2126 4.0459 3.8867 3.7348 3.5896 3.451 3.3185 3.1918 3.0707 2.959 2.8442 2.7382 2.6368 2.5397 2.4468 2.3577 2.2725 2.1907 2.1124 2.0373 1.9653 1.8963 1.830 1.7665 1.7055 1.6469

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Multi ECO SERIES 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 8. Electronic function 229 230 231 232 233 234 236 238

228

1.Features

1.1 Compact design 1.2 High efficiency and quiet operation

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Capacity Compressor Input Rated Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension Indoor unit Packing Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm m m m2 W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A Btu/w.h L/h W A A MS3G-30HRN2 1Ph,220-240V~,50Hz 9000x2+12000 1800+1300 8.2+5.8 10+9.2 10000x2+13000 1750+1250 8.0+5.6 3.4+3.0 1.0x2 +1.2 2200+1800 10.0 +8.2 40+30 PG295X2CS-4KU1; Rotary / GD Toshiba 18080; 13650 1760; 1310 8.5; 6.1 MS3G-27HRN2 1Ph,220-240V~,50Hz 9000x2+10000 1800+1300 8.2+5.8 10+9.0 10000x2+13000 1750+1250 8.0+5.6 3.4+2.8 1.0x2 +1.2 2200+1800 10.0 +8.2 40+30 PG295X2CS-4KU1; Rotary / GD Toshiba 18080; 13650 1760; 1310 8.5; 6.1

Internal 35uF/440VAC; 750; 480

Internal 35uF/440VAC; 750; 480

RPG13H 36.5 1.2F/450V 1350 550 38/35/31 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK50-4G1 107Wx2 4uFx2 1150 1450x2 57 860X830X330 983X915X425 81/88 R407C 1470+820 2.6 6.35/9.53(A 15(each unit) 5 (each unit)

RPG13H 36.5 1.2F/450V 1350 550 38/35/31 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK50-4G1 107Wx2 4uFx2 1150 1450x2 57

R407C 1470+820 2.6

15(each unit) 5 (each unit) 17~30 -7~45 (14-21)x2,18-26

Max. difference in Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

17~30 -7~45 (14-21)x2,18-26

230

3.Dimensions

3.1 Indoor unit

3.2 Outdoor unit

231

4.Refrigeration cycle diagram

1 drive 3 system is made up of one 1 drive 1 system and one 1 drive 2 system.

PMV1

PMV2 SV2 SV1

T2

T1 Compressor

refrigeration distributor

1 drive 2 system
SV1 Primary four-way valve SV2 Secondary four-way valve T1T2Indoor pipe temperature sensor PMV1 PMV2 Electronic expansive valve

condenser

four-way valve

evaporator

compressor

1 drive 1 system

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5.Operation limits

5.1Cooling operation
Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

COOLING

0 25 50 Indoor air temp. DB Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2Heating operation
Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5

15

25

Outdoor unit air temp. DB Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

233

6.Wiring diagram

Indoor unit

Outdoor unit

234

WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE CAPB2 BLUE BLACK

RT3A RT3B RT4 XT3

XS9 XP9 XS8 XP8

FUNCTION OF SWITCH IC4


T1 6
BLUE

(RED)

EXPLANATION 1
ON
1 2

(BLACK)
(WHITE)

XS7 XP7

LEAVEING FACTORY CHECK ITSELF RAPIDLY CHECK

BLUE

BLUE

CN1 CN9

CN4

CN6

XT7

ON

RT2 RT1

2
1

WHITE

BLUE

BLUE BLUE RED RED

R C COMP(B) S Y/G

CN2

XT2

BLUE

ON

3
2

ON

RY4

BLUE WHITE CAPB1 FAN(B) BLACK Y/G

S.V2 XT5

S.V3 BLUE BLUE

IC4

T2 BLUE BLACK BLUE RED RED BLUE BLUE(S.V) CN7 CN8 CN1 2 V M P CN2

WIRING DIAGRAM
6 6
CODE COMP FAN PART COMPRESSOR FAN MOTOR 4-WAY VALVE OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR OUTDOOR COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR MIDDLE TERMINAL 3-WAY TERMINAL 5-WAY TERMINAL

220V-240V 50Hz

CN5

CN5

MAINBOARD
CN3

S.V1

LMFPQ1

CN9 CN10

CAPA2
BLUE R C COMP(A) S WHITE CAPA1 BLUE WHITE FAN(A) Y/G Y/G BLACK BLACK

BLUE

BLACK RED XT4

S.V PMV1 CAP1

RY1

CN4

CN8
L N

RED

RED

CAP2 XT3-XT7 XT1 XT8-XT10 XT3A XT3B

CN6

KMB

BLACK BLACK

CN7
BLUE BLUE BLACK Y/G
) E )EV U U. L NL S B (B(

BLACK BLUE BLUE(N)

CN3

R O S EN P E I S P E MR E U T T S A Y R S E P BM & E A T

BLUE(S.V)

XT6

R O S MN O E O S R E MR E U T T S A Y R S E P BM & E A T

BLUE(N)

XT4 BLACK
BLUE(S.V) BLUE(N)

BLACK KMA

XS7-XS9 BLACK XP7-XP9 T1 T2 KMA KMB PMV1-2

CONNECTORS CONNECTORS TRANSFORMER RELAY ELECTRONIC ADJUSTMENT E R U T A R E P EM RE UT MS SE EE L TR TR SP TO YOS SW RN HE OT AL S

BLACK

RED

WIRING DIAGRAM

XT1

XT8 Y/G

XT9 Y/G

RED

XT10 Y/G RT1 RT2

220V-240V 50Hz OUTDOOR UNIT POWER

TO INDOOR UNIT B TO INDOOR UNIT A2

TO INDOOR UNIT A1

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RED

T I N U R O O D T U O

7.Troubleshooting

7.1 Indoor unit


Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. sensor or evaporator temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEROM error Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times in 1h on X Operation lamp Timer lamp X on

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.2 Outdoor unit (on mainboard)


Failure phenomenon Condenser high temperature protection RT3A sensor is open circuit or short circuit RT4 sensor is open circuit or short circuit RT3B sensor is open circuit or short circuit LED1 LED2 LED3 Sensor in outdoor unit

RT3B or RT3A RT3A RT4 RT3B

Flash at 2Hz

Remark :
Standard by LED1 LED2 LED3 Blinking at 0.5 Hz Blinking at 0.5 Hz Blinking at 0.5 Hz a unit working On Off Off b unit working Off On Off a unit and b unit working On On off

7.3 Outdoor unit (on LMFPQ1)


Standard by LED Blinking at 0.5 Hz a or b unit working On RT2 or RT1 sensor is open circuit or short circuit Blinking at5 Hz

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7.4 Failure and Related Causes of Remote Controller Before requesting service or maintenance, please check the following items
Symptom Fan speed can not be changed Changing function can not be set Checking Item Cause Check if Auto mode is displayed When Auto is chosen, indoor fan will choose Auto fan speed Check if Dehumidification is When dehumidification is chosen, indoor unit displayed automatically chooses Auto fan speed. Fan speed can only be chosen under cooling, heating and fan mode. Emission signal does not blink Checking item Cause Check battery Signal can not be emitted when there is no battery

Symptom When pressing On/Off button, remote control signal is not emitted.

Symptom Temperature display is dark

Temperature display is dark Checking item Cause Check if Fan is chosen Under Fan mode, temperature can not be set Display disappears Checking item Check if set time of the timer is already finished Check if set time of the timer is already finished

Symptom After a while, On/Off display disappears After a while, Timer On display disappears

Cause Because set time is reached, A/C stops running When set time for A/C running is reached, A/C start running automatically and related display disappears

Symptom When pressing On/Off button, A/C doesnt give out receipt sound

Button on remote control doesnt function

No sound for signal receipt Checking item When pressing the button, make sure that the emitter of the remote control is directed to the receiver of the A/C. Check if power supply is well connected Check the remote display

Cause Direct the emitter to the receiver correctly and press the On/Off button repeatedly The A/C is turned off so it can not receive signals

The button is locked

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8 Electronic function

8.1 8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.3 8.1.4 8.1.5 8.1.6 8.1.7 8.2

Electric Control working environment input voltage: 175~253V Input power frequency:50Hz Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. Swing motor: DC12V. Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature T3: Outdoor unit pipe sensor T4: Outdoor temperature sensor Systematic functions. Remote receiving. Testing and forced run. Position set for indoor unit wind vane. LED displaying and alarm. On or off Timer. Protection for the compressor. High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger under heating mode. Auto defrosting and heating recovery under heating mode. Anti cold air under heating mode. Anti frozen under cooling mode.

8.3

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8.4 8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 8.4.4 8.4.5

Protection The compressor functions protection with a delay of three minutes. High temp. protection of condenser. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection Temperature Fuse break protection Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the entire unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. Fan-only mode
Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto

8.5 8.6

Cooling mode
The 4-way valve is closed under cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition Temp. up Temp. down TA> Ts+1 TA<Ts+1 TA> Ts TA<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off Indoor fan speed

Auto fan under cooling mode:


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Temp. up T<3 3<T<5 T>5 Temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1 Low Med. High High Med. Low

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator under cooling mode


Condition Temp. Temp. up Temp. down T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5 >5 Minutes >5 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

Condenser high-temperature protection under heating mode T3 >65, turn off compressor; T3<60,Protection removed,Compressor turned on. 8.7 Dehumidifying mode 8.7.1 The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode 8.7.2 Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode Compressor run 5 minutes , and indoor fan run 5 minutes in low speed, then turn off the compressor, indoor fan run 5 minutes in low speed. And repeat on and off cycle. 8.7.3 Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10, the compressor and the outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13.
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Under dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. 8.8 Heating mode 8.8.1 Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. 8.8.2 Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. 8.8.3 Action conditions of compressor under heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up Room temp. down TA> Ts+3 TA<Ts+3 TA< Ts+2 TA>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.7.4

8.8.4

Indoor Fan actions under heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function under heating mode
Condition TE Indoor exchanger temp. up TE<TE1 TE1<TE<TE2 TE>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down TE> TE3 TE3<TE<TE4 TE<TE4 Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off Indoor fan speed

8.8.5

Auto wind under heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<2 T>2 Room temp. down T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

8.8.6

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection under heating mode


Condition Indoor exchanger temp. up TE<TE8 TE8<TE<TE7 TE>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down TE>TE9 TE<TE9 240 Compressor On On Off Off On Outdoor fan On Off Off Off On

8.9 8.9.1

8.9.2

8.9.3

Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: When T3<0 and compressor runs 40 minutes. T3: Temp. of condenser. Ending condition of defrost If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating: A.The defrost time has reached to 10 minutes. B.T3>20. Time sequence of the whole defrosting procedure is as follows
ON

Compressor
ON OFF

4-way Valve

Outdoor Fan

ON OFF

8.10 Automatic operation mode 8.10.1 The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or ventilation according to the difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (Fan-only for cooling only type)

8.10.2 The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. 8.10.3 The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode. 8.10.4 One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the set temp. varies. 8.11 Forced cooling function 8.11.1 Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. 8.11.2 The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates under the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24. 8.11.3 All protections of remote control cooling are available under forced cooling operation. 8.12 Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates under remote control mode with a set temp. of 24.
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8.13

8.14 8.14.1 8.14.2

8.14.3

8.14.4

Timer Function Requirement The maximum length of timer is 24 hours and the minimum resolving power is 15 minutes. Economic Running The economic running function is available under cooling, heating or auto mode. Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed. Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with the selected running mode by the auto mode. Outdoor fan motor Fan Speed is only one SPEED.

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8.16

Models and Parameters(Indoor unit)


Model MS3G-30HRN2 1100 1050 1000 800 1100 1020 950 800 28 32 30 26 2 7 60 53 50

HSPEEDH HSPEEDM HSPEEDL HSPEEDS CSPEEDH CSPEEDM CSPEEDL CSPEEDS TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9

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Multi SERIES 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 8. Electronic function 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222

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1.Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 High efficiency and quiet operation

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area Qtyper 20 /40 /40'HQ m2 set Max. refrigerant pipe Max. difference in level Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A 1430X2 6.5*2 19.8 PG180X1C-4DZ3 Rotary GD TOSHIBA 10800X2 1000X2 4.4X2 19.8 INNER 30 400 RPG13H WeiLing 36 1.2 1330 470/440/410 38/34/31 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK94-6A 154 4 900/670 1900 58 895X655X345 1050X720X470 58/63 R407C/800X2 1.2/2.8 6.35(1/4")-9.53(3/8") 15 5 Electronic control 17-30 -7-45 (14-21)X2 54/116/132 1500+1900 7.0+8.0 33 PG225X2C-4FT Rotary GD TOSHIBA 10800+13600 1000+1290 4.4+5.74 33 INNER 35 480 RPG13H WeiLing 36 1.2 1330 470/440/410 38/34/31 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK170-4C 290 5 1110/810 2070 58 895X655X345 1050X720X470 60/65 R407C/750+1000 1.2/2.8 6.35(1/4")-9.53(3/8")/12.7(1/2") 15 5 Electronic control 17-30 -7-45 14-21,18-26 54/116/132 MS2G-18HRN2 220-240V~,1PH, 50Hz 9000*2 1000*2 4.5*2 2.4 10000*2 1000*2 4.5*2 2.5 MS2G-21HRN2 220-240V~,1PH, 50Hz 9000+12000 1000+1400 5+6 2.4 10000+13000 1000+1400 5+6 2.5

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit

3.2 Outdoor unit

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4.Refrigeration cycle diagram

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5.Operation limits 5.1Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

COOLING

0 25 Indoor air temp. DB

50

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2Heating operation
Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 Outdoor unit air temp. DB

15

25

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
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6.Wiring diagram Indoor unit

Outdoor unit
N I N WI W
EXPLANATION
ON

RED
A A 1

BLUE

BLACK
CAP3

BLACK

BLUE

BLACK BLUE

Y&G BLACK BLACK

YELLOW

BLACK BLACK

CAP2

R
COM A

1
1 ON 2

LEAVEING FACTORY RAPIDLY CHECK CHECK ITSELF

C
T4

C
RED Y&G Y&G

BLACK BLACK

RED

2
1 ON

RED
T3

3
2

. B

BLUE BLUE S.V A

RED

RED

RLUE

RLUE

WIRING DIAGRAM
T5

CODE
A

CN2 P8 P7 P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1

CN3 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 B COMP A COMP SW1 1 2


PART COMPRE OR FAN MOTOR 4-WAY VALVE OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR

OUTDOOR UNIT
CN8

(WHITE) (BLACK) (RED)

RT4

RT3

RT3A

A 1

P9 P10 P11
2

CONNECT TO FAN(HIGH SPEED)


CONNECT TO 4 WAY VALVE CONNECT TO 4 WAY VALVE CONNECT TO FAN(HIGH SPEED)

P12 P13

Y&G AC POWER 220V 50Hz

Y&G

Y&G

P14

FROM INDOOR UNIT(A)

FROM INDOOR UNIT(B)

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CN7

CAP2
7 8 9

CAP3

OUTDOOR COMPRE CAPACITOR

3-- 4 1

MIDDLE TERMINAL 6-WAY TERMINAL 4-WAY TERMINAL A&B SYSTEM PIPE TEMPERATURE SENSOR A&B SYSTEM ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSOR CONNECTORS CONNECTORS TRANSFORMER
B COMP

OR

T2 3 3A

RT4 7-9 7-9

BLUE BLACK RED


COMP N

RED

WHITE

BLUE BLACK

WHITE

A COMP

RELAY

FAN VALVE

FAN VALVE

N COMP

7.Troubleshooting 7.1 Indoor unit


Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. sensor or evaporator temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times in 1h Operation lamp on X Timer lamp X on

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.2 Outdoor unit


Failure phenomenon Stand by High temp. protect of condenser Temp. sensor in condenser 1 is open circuit or short circuit Temp. sensor in condenser 2 is open circuit or short circuit LED1 LED2 LED3

Flash at 2Hz

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8 Electronic function 8.1 Electric Control working environment 8.1.1 input voltage: 175~253V 8.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 8.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C 8.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 8.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 8.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 8.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 8.2 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature T3: Outdoor unit pipe sensor T4: Outdoor temperature sensor 8.3 Systematic functions. Remote receiving. Testing and forced run. Position set for indoor unit wind vane. LED displaying and alarm. On or off Timer. Protection for the compressor. High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger under heating mode. Auto defrosting and heating recovery under heating mode. Anti cold air under heating mode. Anti frozen under cooling mode.

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8.4 8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 8.4.4 8.4.5

Protection The compressor functions protection with a delay of three minutes. High temp. protection of condenser. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection Temperature Fuse break protection Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the entire unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. Fan-only mode
Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto

8.5 8.6

Cooling mode
The 4-way valve is closed under cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition Temp. up Temp. down TA> Ts+1 TA<Ts+1 TA> Ts TA<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off

Auto fan under cooling mode:


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Temp. up T<3 3<T<5 T>5 Temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1 Condition Temp. Temp. up Temp. down T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5 >5 Minutes >5 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Low Med. High High Med. Low Compressor Outdoor fan Indoor fan speed

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator under cooling mode

Condenser high-temperature protection under heating mode T3 >65, turn off compressor. 8.7 Dehumidifying mode 8.7.1 The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode 8.7.2 Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode Compressor run 5 minutes , and indoor fan run 5 minutes in low speed, then turn off the compressor, indoor fan run 5 minutes in low speed. And repeat on and off cycle. 8.7.3 Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10, the compressor and the outdoor fan
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8.7.4 8.8 8.8.1

8.8.2 8.8.3

will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13. Under dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. Heating mode Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. Action conditions of compressor under heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up Room temp. down TA> Ts+3 TA<Ts+3 TA< Ts+2 TA>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.8.4

Indoor Fan actions under heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function under heating mode
Condition TE Indoor exchanger temp. up TE<TE1 TE1<TE<TE2 TE>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down TE> TE3 TE3<TE<TE4 TE<TE4 Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off Indoor fan speed

8.8.5

Auto wind under heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up Room temp. down T<2 T>2 T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

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8.8.6

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection under heating mode


Condition Indoor exchanger temp. up TE<TE8 TE8<TE<TE7 TE>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down TE>TE9 TE<TE9 Compressor On On Off Off On Outdoor fan On Off Off Off On

8.9 8.9.1

8.9.2

Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: When T3<0 and compressor runs 40 minutes. T3: Temp. of condenser. Ending condition of defrost If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating: A.The defrost time has reached to 10 minutes. B.T3>20. Time sequence of the whole defrosting procedure is as follows
ON

8.9.3

Compressor

4-way Valve

ON OFF

Outdoor Fan

ON OFF

8.10 Automatic operation mode 8.10.1 The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or ventilation according to the difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (Fan-only for cooling only type)

8.10.2 The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. 8.10.3 The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode. 8.10.4 One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the set temp. varies.
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8.11 Forced cooling function 8.11.1 Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. 8.11.2 The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates under the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24. 8.11.3 All protections of remote control cooling are available under forced cooling operation. 8.12 Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates under remote control mode with a set temp. of 24. 8.13 Timer Function Requirement The maximum length of timer is 24 hours and the minimum resolving power is 15 minutes. 8.14 Economic Running 8.14.1 The economic running function is available under cooling, heating or auto mode. 8.14.2 Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed. 8.14.3 Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). 8.14.4 Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with the selected running mode by the auto mode. 8.15 Outdoor fan motor T4: Outdoor temp.
T4 Cooling mode Heating mode T4>27 T4<25 T4>13 T4<11 Outdoor fan motor High speed Low speed Low speed High speed

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8.16

Models and Parameters(Indoor unit)


Model MS2G-18CR MS2G-18HR 1100 1050 1000 800 1100 1020 950 800 1100 1020 950 800 28 32 30 26 4 7 4 7 60 53 50

HSPEEDH HSPEEDM HSPEEDL HSPEEDS CSPEEDH CSPEEDM CSPEEDL CSPEEDS TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9

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MULTI INVERTER ECO 1. Product features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Capacity table 7. Wiring diagram 8. Electric control functions 198 199 203 204 205 206 208 210

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1. Product Features Both indoor units can be operated either simultaneously or separately through the utilization of the advanced converter technique and microcomputer control. The flowing volume of refrigerant is adjustable through the electronic expansion valve. High Cooling and Heating capacity is facilitated through the famous-brand frequency converter compressor. Indoor noise is minimized through the optimization of the air flow system design, a four-folded evaporator and a big diameter Cross Flow Fan. The system is operable under low-voltage. Effective and prompt defrosting correlates into no cold feelings. High heating effects under extremely low temperatures. The systems purging function improves the quality of the air in the room. Wireless remote controlled function: ---A Manual Switch can operate the air conditioner when the remote controller is misplaced and the batteries are exhausted. ---Horizontal and vertical louvers can swing automatically and the customized setting flows the air as desired. ---Grounding's have been connected and are safe to use. ---Compressor protection function enabled. Indoor unit: 1) 4-Bend heat exchanger. 2) Trapeziform innergroove copper. 3) Hydrophilic Aluminum Fin. 4) Two-direction air vane technology. 5) Sleep mode. 6) Anti-rust cabinet. 7) Easy-cleaned panel. 8) Self-diagnosis auto-protection function.

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2. Specification
Model Indoor unit Power supply Capacity Input Cooling Rated current EER Capacity Input Heating Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compress Input or Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor Input fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Number of rows Tube pitch(a)x row pitch(b) Fin spacing Indoor coil Fin type (code) Tube outside dia.and type Coil length x height x width Number of circuits
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M2OA-18HRIN2 7000Btu/h Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A Btu/w.h L/h W A A 0.7 9000Btu/h 1Ph, 220-240V~, 50Hz single: 7000-12000; single: 1000W-1350W; single: 4.8A-6.7A; single: 7.0-8.9; single: 10000-14000; single: 1300W-1650W; single: 6.3A-8.0A; single: 7.7-8.5; 0.9 single: 1800W; single: 13A; 10
BG240X2CS-20KU

12000Btu/h

Twin:16000-24000 Twin:2570W-2900W Twin:11.7A-13.8A Twin:6.2-8.3 Twin:24000-27000 Twin:2100W-2800W Twin:11.0A-13.5A Twin:11.4-9.6 1.2 Twin:3200W Twin:20A

Rotary inverter GD Toshiba Btu/h W A A uF ml


RPG13H Welling

18000 1690 11.6 60 Internal 85UF/250V RB68AF/68TF/T-68


RPG13H Welling 36 1.2uF/450VAC

750

ml
RPG13C Matsushita

W uF r/min mm mm

36
1.2uF/450VAC

50
1.5uF/450VAC

1050/950/750 2 2113.37 1.5 Hydrophilic aluminium

1100/1000/800 2 2113.37 1.5 Hydrophilic aluminium 7, innergroove tube 57825227.34 2

1060/900/800

2 2113.37 1.3 Hydrophilic aluminium 7, innergroove tube 2

mm mm

7, innergroove tube 57825227.34 2

63531527.34

Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor unit Dimension (W*H*D) Packing Model Brand Outdoor Input fan motor Capacitor Speed Number of rows Tube pitch(a)x row pitch(b) Fin spacing Outdoor Fin type (code) coil Tube outside dia.and type Coil length x height x width Number of circuits Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor Packing (W*H*D) unit Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407C Design pressure(Hi/Lo) Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigera Max. refrigerant pipe length nt piping Max. difference in level Connection wiring Plug type Controller Operation temp Ambient temp Application area (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight

m3/h dB(A) mm mm kg

500/410/320 35/32/26
750*250*188 830*336*280 8.5/11

520/430/330 36/32/26
750*250*188 830*336*280 8.5/11

560/460/380 36/32/26
815*280*195 915*360*275 11/14

YDK53-6M Welling W uF r/min mm mm mm mm m3/h dB(A) mm mm kg g MPa mm m m 6.35/9.53 10 5 148 3.0 775 1.5 25.422 1.7 Hydrophilic aluminium 9.53 innergroove trube 77666022 2 2500 60 845X695X335 975X772X405 71/74 2200 2.8/1.2 6.35/9.53 10 5 No No Remote m2
14-18
6.35/12.7

10 5

17~30 18~43(cooling); -15~24(heating)


18-24 20-30

Notes: 1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions: Indoor temp: 27CDB, 19CWB; Outdoor temp: 35CDB; Equivalent ref. Piping: 8m(horizontal) 2. Nominal heating capacities are based on the following conditions: Indoor temp: 20CDB; Outdoor temp: 7CDB, 6CWB; Equivalent ref. Piping: 8m(horizontal) 3. Actual noise level may differ, depending on the room structure, etc, since these noise values are from an anechoic room.

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Model Indoor unit Power supply Capacity Input Cooling Rated current EER Capacity Input Heating Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compress Input or Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor Input fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor coil Number of rows Tube pitch(a)x row pitch(b) Fin spacing Fin type (code) Tube outside dia.and type mm mm W uF r/min uF ml
RPG13H Welling

M3OA-27HRIN2 7000Btu/h Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h A Btu/w.h L/h W A A 9000Btu/h 1Ph, 220-240V~, 50Hz single: 7000-12000; single: 1000W-1350W; single: 4.8A-6.7A; single: 7.0-8.9; single: 10000-14000; single: 6.3A-8.0A; single: 7.7-8.5; 0.7 Twin:16000-24000; Twin:2570W-2900W; Twin:11.1A-13.8A; Twin: 6.2-8.3; Twin: 24000-27000; Twin: 2100W-2800W; Twin: 11.0A-13.5A; Twin: 11.4-9.6; 0.9 3200 20 10
BG240X2CS-20KU

12000Btu/h

Three:24000 Three:2900W Three: 13.8A Three: 8.3 Three: 27000 Three: 2800W Three: 13.5A Three: 9.6 1.2

W single: 1300W-1650W;

Rotary inverter GD Toshiba Btu/h W A A 18000 1690 11.6 60 Internal 85UF/250V RB68AF/68TF/T-68
RPG13H Welling 36 1.2uF/450VAC

750

ml
RPG13C Matsushita

36
1.2uF/450VAC

50
1.5uF/450VAC

1050/950/750 2 2113.37 1.5 Hydrophilic aluminium

1100/1000/800 2 2113.37 1.5 Hydrophilic aluminium

1060/900/800

2 2113.37 1.3 Hydr0philiC aluminium

mm 7, innergroove tube 7, innergroove tube 7, innergroove tube


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Coil length x height x width Number of circuits Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor unit Dimension (W*H*D) Packing Model Brand Outdoor Input fan motor Capacitor Speed Number of rows Tube pitch(a)x row pitch(b) Fin spacing Outdoor Fin type (code) coil Tube outside dia.and type Coil length x height x width Number of circuits Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor Packing (W*H*D) unit Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407C Design pressure(Hi/Lo) Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigera Max. refrigerant pipe length nt piping Max. difference in level Connection wiring Plug type Controller Operation temp Ambient temp Application area (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight

mm m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg

57825227.34 2 500/410/320 35/32/26 750*250*188


830*336*280 8.5/11

57825227.34 2 520/430/330 36/32/26 750*250*188


830*336*280 8.5/11

63531527.34 2 560/460/380 36/32/26 815*280*195


915*360*275 11/14

YDK53-6M Welling W uF r/min mm mm mm mm m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm m m 6.35/9.53 10 5 148 3.0 775 1.5 25.422 1.7 Hydrophilic aluminium 9.53 innergroove trube 77666022 2 2500 60 845X695X335 975X772X405 72/76 2400 2.8/1.2 6.35/9.53 10 5 No No Remote m2
14-18
6.35/12.7

10 5

17~30 18~43(cooling); -15~24(heating)


18-24 20-30

Notes: 1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on the following conditions: Indoor temp: 27CDB, 19CWB; Outdoor temp: 35CDB; Equivalent ref. Piping: 8m(horizontal) 2. Nominal heating capacities are based on the following conditions: Indoor temp: 20CDB; Outdoor temp: 7CDB, 6CWB; Equivalent ref. Piping: 8m(horizontal) 3. Actual noise level may differ, depending on the room structure, etc, since these noise values are from an anechoic room.
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3 Dimensions
1. Indoor unit 7/9K

2. Indoor Unit 12K

3.

Outdoor unit

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4 Refrigeration Cycle Diagram


Refrigeration circuit drawing of inverter trinary type

indoor unit

outdoor unit
filter

heat exchanger
filter

inverter compressor high-pressure switch 1 oil separator discharge sensor up part capillary capillary low-pressure switch 2

heat exchanger
filter

down part
3

filter

capillary

condenser

4-way valve

low-pressure oil tank

heat exchanger
filter

Refrigeration circuit drawing of inverter binary type


outdoor unit
inverter compressor high-pressure switch 1 oil separator discharge sensor up part capillary capillary low-pressure switch 2

heat exchanger
filter

down part
3

filter

capillary

condenser

4-way valve

low-pressure oil tank

heat exchanger
filter

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5 Operation Limits
5.1 Cooling operation Outdoor unit air temp. 60 50 40 30 20 10

10 17 Indoor air temp.

25

30

35

40

Note :the chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. however, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2 Heating operation


Indoor air temp. 30 20 10 5 -5 -15

-15 -5 5 Outdoor unit air temp.

15

25

30

Note :the chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. however, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

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6 Capacity Table
6.1 Capacity table of Inverter Binary Eco type Indoor units can be combined by 7000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h Cooling Indoor unit 7000Btu/h 9000Btu/h 12000Btu/h 7000Btu/h+7000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h Heating Indoor unit 7000Btu/h 9000Btu/h 12000Btu/h 7000Btu/h+7000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 3400 3600 4000 2800 3000 2600 3000 3000 3900 2800 3000 3400 3000 3900 3900 a (W) Indoor unit b (W) 2800 3000 3400 2300 2500 2200 2500 2400 3200 2300 2500 2800 2500 3200 3200 a (W) Indoor unit b (W)

6.2 Capacity table of Inverter Trinary Eco type Indoor units can be combined by 7000Btu/h*2+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*2+12000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*3 9000Btu/h*2+7000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h*2+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h*3 12000Btu/h*2+7000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h*2+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+9000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h
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Cooling Indoor unit 7000Btu/h 9000Btu/h 12000Btu/h 7000Btu/h+7000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*2+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*2+12000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*3 9000Btu/h*2+7000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h*2+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h*3 12000Btu/h*2+7000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h*2+9000 Btu/h Heating Indoor unit 7000Btu/h 9000Btu/h 12000Btu/h 7000Btu/h+7000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+9000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h+12000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*2+9000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*2+12000 Btu/h 7000Btu/h*3 9000Btu/h*2+7000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h*2+12000 Btu/h 9000Btu/h*3 12000Btu/h*2+7000 Btu/h 12000Btu/h*2+9000 Btu/h 3400 3600 4000 2800 3000 2600 3000 3000 3900 2600 2300 2400 2700 2500 2700 2400 2400 2800 3000 3400 3000 3900 3900 2600 2300 2400 2700 2500 2700 3200 3200 2600 3200 2400 2700 3200 2700 3200 3200 a (W) Indoor unit b (W) Indoor unit c (W) 2800 3000 3400 2300 2500 2200 2500 2400 3200 2200 2000 2200 2200 2100 2200 2000 2000 2300 2500 2800 2500 3200 3200 2200 2000 2200 2200 2100 2200 2400 2400 2200 2600 2200 2200 2600 2200 2400 2400 a (W) Indoor unit b (W) Indoor unit c (W)

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7. Wiring Diagram
7.1 Indoor unit 7/9K

7.2

Indoor unit 12K

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7.3

Outdoor unit

M2OA-18HRIN2

Outdoor unit

M3OA-27HRIN2

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8. Electric Control Functions


8.1 Control system
The control system adopts modular design, that is, all indoor units communicate with outdoor units, ref. to the following figures for the control structure between indoor units and outdoor units. In the structure, the indoor control board receives the information from users (for exam. set temp., fan speed etc.) and environment (ex, indoor coil temp., indoor temp. etc.) ,and organize it to control the action of relevant parts, then transmits the signals to outdoor control board through the following communication circuit. Outdoor control board can deal with the information from indoor unit and figure out the best running mode, then transfer the instruction to indoor units to carry out it. Indoor unit receive the users remote control signals. Indoor unit Outdoor unit T2B T1T2Ts T3 T4T3 Fan Speed Pressure switch Pressure switch 4-way valve Fan motor Compressor EXV

Fan Swing motor mote control Co

1 2 3 4 5 6

T1 T2 T2B Ts T3 T4

Indoor ambient temp. Indoor evaporator middle part temp Indoor evaporator outlet temp. Indoor setting temp. Outdoor heat-exchanger outlet temp. Outdoor ambient temp.

8.2 Protection function


8.2.1 AC Volt Protection When AC voltage 260V for 30 seconds, Outdoor Unit resumes operation. When AC voltage 270V for 30 seconds, Outdoor Unit stops operation and alarms. Note: Voltage sampling precision is 3%.

a. Over-voltage protection

b. Lack-voltage protection

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Volt(V)

Volt increase (Resume) 198 190 180 172 167

MAX=78Hz MAX=70Hz Stop Volt decrease (Limited Frequency)

190 172

8.2.2 AC Amp Protection The outdoor control board checks the compressor current and do over-current protection. If the compressor current is over the scheduled value, the system will stop and all indoor units will display malfunction code.

Note: 1. In order to prevent protection due to too big LRA when compressor starts, the outdoor control board begins
to check the compressor current after 10 seconds. 2. If current protection happens, the compressor will stop and restart 3 minutes later. 8.2.3 High-pressure Protection and Low-pressure Protection The High-pressure switch and Low-pressure switch are installed at suction pipe and discharge pipe separately. And users can select to install. Normally, the high-pressure switch is cut down when higher than 425Psi (3.3Mpa Cut

down, 2.4Mpa Resume). While the low-pressure switch is cut down when lower than 7Psi (0.05Mpa On, 0.15Mpa Resume). Under high-pressure protection or low-pressure protection, the compressor will stop and restart 3 minutes later. 8.2.4 Outdoor Unit communication protection
8.2.4.1 Communication protection between indoor unit and outdoor system chip If the outdoor unit cant receive the indoor signal for 30 seconds, then the indoor units are judged as no starting and there is no alarm signal. If the indoor units send signal to system chip for 2 minutes and no feedback signal is received, then judge as communication malfunction. 8.2.4.2 Communication protection between outdoor system chip and inverter chip If cant receive signal or receive wrong signal for over 2 minutes, Indoor/Outdoor Unit stops operation. When the signal is right, Indoor/Outdoor Unit restarts. 8.2.5 Outdoor condenser high temperature protection Under cooling mode, if T3 65 for 3 minutes, the compressor will stop. When T3 52, the protection

is not valid. When protection is released, the compressor restarts 3 minutes later.
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8.2.6 Temperature Sensor short/open protection When the outdoor condenser pipe temperature T3, outdoor ambient temperature T4, indoor evaporator outlet temperature T2B

are checked out of range 0.05 4.95V, it think temperature sensor short/open protection. The compressor, four-way valve and outdoor fan motor will stop and send malfunction signal to indoor units. When the volt is resumed to the range 0.054.95V, then resume signal to indoor units and control on-off of the compressor, four-way valve and outdoor fan motor by indoor size.

8.2.7 Outdoor low temperature protection If the outdoor temperature is lower than -15 for 1hour, the compressor and fan motor will stop. And any operation is not valid. If the outdoor temperature is higher than -12 for 10 minutes and the compressor stops operation for 1h, or the outdoor temperature is higher than 5 for 10 minutes, then restart and enter into the prior operation mode. If any indoor unit sends out this protection request, the outdoor unit will stop compressor until all indoor units have not this protection request. 8.2.8 Compressor pre-heating function When the outdoor temperature is lower than 3 and the compressor stops operation for more than 3 hours, or the outdoor temperature is lower than 3 and the power is just put on, the compressor enters into pre-heating condition. 8.3 Display function 8.3.1 Checking function The indoor and outdoor operation condition can be examined by check button.
Normal display Operation mode Capacity request Number of indoor units ambient temp.

Outdoor pipe temp.

Compressor current

No.1 PMV opening No.3 PMV opening

No.2 PMV opening

8.3.2 Explanation of display function 1. : Standing-by 2. When the compressor is in operation, the compressor operation frequency will be displayed on the digital pipe. 3. : Defrosting 4. Under standing-by, display when pre-heating and display 11. When pre-heating after turning on the AC. 5. Under malfunction protection:

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Display contents 0 7 0 7

Malfunction or Protection EEPROM Parameter Malfunction No.1 Indoor unit Evaporator outlet temp. sensor malfunction No.2 Indoor unit Evaporator outlet temp. sensor malfunction No.3 Indoor unit Evaporator outlet temp. sensor malfunction Outdoor temp. sensor malfunction Compressor volt protection Obligate Outdoor inverter communication malfunction Top temp. protection High-pressure protection Low-pressure protection Compressor current protection Module protection Outdoor low-temperature protection Condenser high-temperature protection Obligate

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AC INVERTER SERIES II 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 8. Electronic function 179 180 182 184 185 186 189 190

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1.Features 1.1 Powerful at cooling/heating, 1.3 times and 1.6 times relatively higher than normal same type of models. 1.2 Low voltage start-up function, even at 160 V it can normally start. 1.3 Anti-icing function at cooling mode. 1.4 Anti-cold air function at heating mode. 1.5 Auto-defrosting and heating recovering function at heating mode. 1.6 Outdoor whole electric current protection 1.7 Temperature protection of the outdoor compressor top. 1.8 Restart protection for the compressor. 1.9 24 hours on/off mode time setting. 1.10 Error self diagnosis function. 1.11 Protection against over-load or too-low current inputted through alternating current.

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2. Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W MSG-09HRI 220-240V, 50HZ 9000(2730-10600) 1080(270-1470) 6(1.45-7.60) 8.3 12000(2730-14000) 1350(270-1800) 7.2(1.45-9.30) 2.6 1 2300 2PV132N7BC02 Rotary MATSUSHITA 8900 855 5.1 16 CS-7LN120 350 RPG13F 36.5 1.2UF/450VAC 1100/1000/900 500 36/32/26 750X250X188 870X336X280 8.5/11 YDK20-6g W uF r/min dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Vapor side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Application area mm(inch) m m m2 70 2.5 800 50 780X540X240 910X575X335 36/39 870 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 18-24 MSG-12HRI 220-240V, 50HZ 12000(3070-12300) 1260(310-1710) 7.2(1.60-8.80) 9.52 15000(3070-17060) 1790(300-2380) 8.4(1.60-12.30) 2.5 1.2 2600 2PV132N7BC02 Rotary MATSUSHITA 8900 855 5.1 16 CS-7LN120 350 RPG20A 35 1UF/450VAC 1100/1000/900 540 38/34/28 875X270X176 1000X355X265 11/14 YDK25-6-3 75 2.5 900 53 780X540X240 910X575X335 40/43 1120 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 5 20-30

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor noise level

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Item Power source Capacity Input Cooling Running current EER Capacity Heating Input Running current Max. input consumption Model Type Compressor Brand Refrigerant oil ml W A BTU/H W

MSG-07HRIN2 220-240V~ 50Hz 7000(2700~9000) 820(250~1200) 4.8(1.35~6.2) 8.3 9000(2700~11000) 1010(250~1300) 5.6(1.35~6.7) 2100 BG130X1C-20FZ Rotary Inverter MIDEA TOSHIBA 370 R407C 800 2.6 W uF RPG13H 36

MSG-09HRIN2 220-240V~ 50Hz 9000(2730~10600) 1080(270~1470) 6.0(1.45~7.6) 8.3 12000(2730~14000) 1400(270~1800) 7.2(1.49~9.3) 2300 BG130X1C-20FZ Rotary Inverter MIDEA TOSHIBA 370 R407C 800 2.6 RPG13H 36

MSG-12HRIN2 220-240V~ 50Hz 12000(3070~12300) 1400(310~1710) 7.5(1.6~8.8) 8.6 14000(3070~17000) 1790(300~2380) 10.5(1.6~12.3) 2600 BG130X1C-20FZ Rotary Inverter MIDEA TOSHIBA 370 R407C 1150 2.6 RPG13C 50

BTU/W.H BTU/H W A

Refrigerant oil type Refrigerant R407C MPa Input Capacitor Speed level Hi speed( rpm) Mid speed( rpm) Low speed( rpm) High fan Air flow Middle fan (indoor) Low fan Noise (indoor) Outdoor motor Noise (outdoor) dimension(W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) kg fan Input Capacitor High dB(A) W uF level dB(A) m3/h m3/h m3/h g

Design pressure Indoor motor fan

1.2uF/450VAC 3 1100 1000 800 500 430 330 35/32/26 YDK23-6G 63

1.2uF/450VAC 3 1100 1000 800 520 430 330 36/32/26

1.5uF/450VAC 3 1060 900 800 560 460 380 36/32/26

YDK23-6G

63

YDK23-6G

63

2.5uF/450VAC 51

2.5uF/450VAC 51

2.5uF/450VAC 53

750*250*188 830*336*280 8.5 780*520*240 910*575*335 37

750*250*188 830*336*280 8.5 780*520*240 910*575*335 37

815*280*195 915*360*275 11 780*520*240 910*575*335 40

Net weight

dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) kg

Net weight

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3. Dimensions 3.1 Indoor Unit(MSG-09HRI, MSG-07/09HRIN2)

3.2 Indoor Unit(MSG-12HR1)

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3.3 Indoor Unit (MSG-12HRIN2)

3.4 Outdoor Unit

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4. Refrigeration Cycle Diagram


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve Sensor Heat exchanger Sensor of temp Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor Sensor of heat exchanger temp

Valve

Capillary

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5. Operation Limits 5.1 Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. 60 50 40 30 20 10

10 17 Indoor air temp.

25

30

35

40

Note :the chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. however, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2 Heating operation


Indoor air temp. 30 20 10 5 -5 -15

-15 -5 5 Outdoor unit air temp.

15

25

30

Note :the chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. however, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

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6. Wiring Diagram Indoor unitMSG-09HRI MSG-07HRIN2 MSG-09HRIN2

Indoor unit MSG-12HRI


INDOOR FAN

M
BROWN/RED

M
3 5

LOUVER MOTOR

BLUE

Y&G CN7 CN12


BLACK

CN21

CZ3 CN2
CN20
2 2 3 2
OVERHEAT PROTECTER

CN11
YELLOW

HEAT EXCHANGE SENSER AMBIENT SENSER SWITCH BOARD DISPLAY BOARD

WHITE

CN4
CN9 CN4

CN01 CN15

1 2(N) 3 4
RED BLACK YELLOW

CN14

Y&G

N S
TRANSFORMER

OUTDOOR

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Outdoor unit MSG-09HRIMSG-12HRI

187

L N

Indoor unit(MSG-12HRIN2)

Outdoor unit (MSG-07HRIN2 / MSG-09HRIN2 / MSG-12HRIN2)

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L N

7.Troubleshooting 7.1 Indoor Unit Error Display Function LED4


LED2 defrost X O X X O O X

operation
LED1 Timer X X O O O O X O X O

LED2 defrosting
LED3 Auto O X X O O O X X LED4

LED1 timer

LED4 auto
LED STATUS

operation Mold protection Compressor top protection against temperature Open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor Over load or too low voltage protection Room temperature or evaporator temperature sensor open or short circuit of Fan speed beyond control Zero-crossing examination error Temperature fuse protection EEPROM data error Types doesn't match Indoor / outdoor units communication protection

O (on)

X (off)

(flash)

7.2.Outdoor Unit Error Self-diagnosis Display Outdoor Unit Error Outdoor unit works: if L4 flashes at 1Hz. L4 on

Outdoor unit Stand by: if L4 flashes at 0.5Hz

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8 .Electronic Function 8.1 8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.3 8.1.4 General Protection Temperature Protection of Compressor Top 3 minutes Delayed Starting Protection of the Compressor Voltage Protection The frequency Up-Down speed at which the compressor starts, operates and shuts off will be subject to the following principles (outdoor chip): HZ 1HZ/S 92Hz 57Hz 1HZ/S 1HZ/S 6HZ/S time 50 Sec 2 min 2HZ/S

8.1.5

Frequency Converter Mold Protection (outdoor chip): The Frequency Converter Mold itself has a protection function against current, voltage and temperature, if there are 4 times of above mentioned protection functioning within 1 hour (when the compressor's consecutive operation lasts more than 10 minutes, the fore-mentioned 4 counts will be cleared), the whole machine will shut off and the mold protection gives an alarm.

8.2 8.2.1 8.2.2

Fan-only Mode Function Requirement The compressor, 4 way valve and outdoor fan are off at Fan-only mode. Temperature setting function is cancelled, the set temperature can not be displayed, nor adjusted.

8.2.3

The rotational speed of indoor fan can be optionally chosen by remote control as High/Mid/Low/Auto.

8.2.4

The indoor fan vanes at Fan-only mode perform the same as those at cooling mode.

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8.2.5

Performance at Auto mode at Fan-only status is the same as that at Auto mode at cooling status, provided that the set temperature is 24c. C 27.5 27.0 25.5 25.0 Low Mid High

8.3 8.3.1 8.3.2

Cooling Mode Function Requirement At cooling mode the 4 way valve is off. Anti-icing Control for Indoor Evaporator When the temperature of indoor heat exchanger drops to 4c, the frequency will reduce one step down (including F0) and last for 1 minute every time until the temperature is kept between 4 - 7c. If the temperature rises to 7c, the limitation then will be removed.

When the temperature of indoor heat exchanger drops to < 0c, shut off the compressor and it will resume when the temperature rises up to > 5c. 8.3.3 Outdoor Unit Current Control When Cooling:

Shut off the compressor (10.2A) 8.0 A frequency down (8.8A) (7.4A) 6.8 A frequency unchanged 5.4 A resume to normal Note: The frequency down at the diagram is in accordance with the present frequency dropping down, to determine every 2 seconds whether the frequency is keeping going down or is recovering.

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8.3.4 8.3.4.1 8.3.4.2

Indoor fan operates in accordance with the following principles: When indoor fan is in operation, it can be remote controlled to High/Mid/Low/Auto modes. The fan speed at Auto mode in cooling status is subject to the following: C room temperature - set temperature

+4.0 +3.0 +1.5 +1.0

High

Mid

Low 8.3.5 Indoor fan vanes at cooling mode will swing in accordance with the following: When just plugged in for cooling, the vanes will open to the standard angle 50. The vane angle can be set by remote control at any angle between 50 and 105 (every setting can adjust 6) or set swinging (swinging angle will be 25). 8.4 8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 Dehumidifying Mode Requirements At dehumidifying mode, the 4 way valve is shut off At dehumidifying mode, the indoor fan is fixed in Breeze status and not adjustable. At dehumidifying mode, the compressor operates in accordance with the following principles: Room temperature - set temperature

2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.0

F3

F2

F1

F1

8.4.4

Too-low room temperature protection During dehumidifying, when room temperature drops down < 10c, the compressor will shut off, and when the room temperature rises up than 12c, the compressor resumes operation.

8.4.5

At dehumidifying mode, the anti-icing function of indoor heat exchanger applies.


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8.4.6

At dehumidifying mode, the power voltage and outdoor temperature limitation to the highest frequency when compressor starts and operates is the same as that at cooling mode.

8.5 8.5.1 8.5.2

Heating Mode Function Requirement At heating mode, the 4 way valve is on, during defrosting operation, it is off. Outdoor fan usually turns on or off in accordance with the action of compressor, except for defrosting and ending of the defrost.

8.5.3

Indoor fan action: Anti-cold air control Temperature of heat exchanger 37c Set rotational speed 34c 33c breeze 18c fan off

8.5.4

Indoor fan can be set by remote control to any mode like High/Mid/Low/Auto, however anti-cold air function comes first. Auto fan Room temperature - set temperature -0.5 Low -1.0 -1.5 -2.0 High Mid

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8.5.5 Outdoor Unit current control when heating Note: Compressor off (11.5A) 10.0A frequency down (10.5A) (9.2A) 8.8A frequency unchanged 7.4A The frequency in the table goes down in accordance with the present frequency, determine every 2 seconds whether it keeps going down or it is recovering.

8.5.6

Indoor evaporator protection against high temperature When the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is higher than 53c, the frequency will reduce one step and last for 20 seconds every time until the temperature drops down lower than 53c. If the temperature drops down < 48c, the limitation then will be removed (the frequency will not going down further when reaching 35Hz). When the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is higher than 63c, shut off the compressor.

8.5.7

Indoor fan vanes at heating mode will swing in accordance with the following: When just plugged in for heating, the vanes will open to the standard angle 220. The vane angle can be set by remote control at any angle between 0 and 220 (every setting can adjust 6) or set swinging (swinging angle will be 25).

8.5.8

Defrosting operation

8.5.8.1 Defrosting precondition: Defrosting starts when meeting one of the three conditions: The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 40 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively Ti1 for more than 3 minutes.
Model MSG-09HRI : MSG-12HRI : MSG-09HRIN2 : MSG-09HRIN2 : Ti1: -4c -6c -9c -9c

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The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 80 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively
Model MSG-09HRI : MSG-12HRI : MSG-09HRIN2 MSG-09HRIN2 : : Ti2: -2c -4c -7c -7c

Ti2 for more than 3 minutes.

The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 120 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively Ti3 for more than 3 minutes.
Model MSG-09HRI : MSG-12HRI : MSG-09HRIN2 MSG-09HRIN2 : : Ti3: -0c -2c -5c -5c

Note:

The time period starts to count when outdoor heat exchanger temperature is lower than lower than the

3c, the defrosting operation starts when the exchanger temperature remains starting temperatures which are Ti3, Ti2, Ti1. 8.5.8.2 Conditions of defrost ending

Defrosting ends when meeting any of the following three conditions and it turns to normal heating operation. When the temperature of outdoor heat exchanger rises up to 12c. When the temperature of outdoor heat exchanger rises up to 8c and this continues for more than 80 seconds. When defrosting action continues for 10 minutes. 8.5.8.3 Defrosting Action Max 10 mins 30 sec. ON Compressor ON 4 way valve ON Outdoor fan ON Indoor fan OFF OFF ON OFF ON 10 sec. ON 30 sec OFF ON

The indoor fan operates in anti-cold air mode when it recovers

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8.5.9

Set Function Test When it is detected that the outdoor temperature is between 5 - 9c and room temperature is between 18 - 22c, provided that the heating operation remains consecutively more than 30 minutes, the compressor's highest operational frequency is FMAX=F8=96HZ. If any of the above conditions is not met, it will quit from set frequency operation.

8.6

Auto Mode Function Using remote control to choose auto mode, under which the set temperature can be adjusted in a range of 17 - 30c.

8.6.1

When entering auto mode, the A/C will choose cooling, heating or fan only according to the difference between room temperature (TA) and set temperature (TS).
TA - TS TA -TS > 1c -1c TA - TS+1c TA - TS < -1c Operation status Cooling Fan only Heating

8.6.2 8.6.3 8.6.4

At auto mode, the indoor fan will choose auto fan in corresponding mode. At auto mode, the vane action of indoor fan is the same as that of chosen mode. Once a mode is chose, it will take 5 minutes after shutting off the compressor to re-choose another mode according to the difference between room temperature and set temperature, or you can re-choose mode when set temperature is changed.

8.7 8.7.1

Forced Operation Function Forced operation is controlled by the switch on switch board and divided into forced cooling and forced auto. Remote control doesn't work at forced operation control.

8.7.2 8.7.3

At forced operation status, all protection functions in general protection fore-mentioned apply. At forced cooling mode, the compressor operates at a fixed frequency of F2=42HZ, indoor fan is Breeze, anti-icing control and general current control of cooling outdoor unit work; forced operation will transfer to auto mode whose set temperature is 24c automatically after 30 minutes.

8.7.4 8.8 8.8.1 8.8.2 8.8.3 8.8.4

At forced auto mode, the remote control controls in a set temperature of 24c. Timer Function Requirement The maximum length of timer is 24 hours and the minimum resolving power is 15 minutes. Timer on function: first turn off the A/C, the A/C will be automatically on at the set time. Timer off function: first turn on the A/C, the A/C will be automatically off at the set time. Timer on/off function( on time is earlier than off time): first turn off the A/C, it will be automatically on at set time, and later be off at the set time.

8.8.5

Timer off/on function( off time is earlier than on time): first turn on the A/C, it will be automatically off at set time, and later be on at the set time.

8.8.6 8.8.7

Timer function execution is applicable upon one operation only. Timer error is less than 1 min/h.
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Beta Glory R407c SERIES 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 8. Electronic function 158 159 160 163 164 165 169 169

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1.Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 High efficiency and quiet operation

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A 0.7 850 3.8 17.0; 21 MSG1-07CRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 7500 730 3.2 10.3 MSG1-07HRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 7500 730 3.23 10.3 9000 800 3.6 3.2 0.7 990 4.5 17.0; 21 1.0 1000 4.65 18 4PS164EAC Rotary GD Matsushita 9500 930 4.1 18 Internal 7100077(MRA98776) 30 350 RPG13H 36.5 1.2 1150/1080/1000 510/460/410 36/34/32 750x250x188 830x336x280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6F 57.5 2.5 800 1800 50 780X540X250 910X575X335 36/39 930 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 17-30 18-45 14-21 MSG1-09CRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 9000 860 4.0 10.5 MSG1-09HRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 9000 860 4.0 10.5 11000 940 4.2 3.4 1.0 1180 5.2 18 4PS164EAC Rotary GD Matsushita 9500 930 4.1 18 7100077(MRA98776) 30 350 RPG13H 36.5 1.2 1180/1080/1000 510/460/410 36/34/32 750x250x188 830x336x280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6F 57.5 2.5 800 1800 50 780X540X250 910X575X335 37/40 960 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 17-30 7-45 14-21 MSG1-12CRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 12000 1150 5.2 10.4 1.2 1500 9 30 PG200X2C-4FT1 Rotary GD Toshiba 12430 1140 5.3 30 Internal 35 480 RPG20D 49.2 1.5 1250/1100/950 660/580/500 39/33/28 815X280X195 915X360X275 10.5/13.5 YDK36-6 68 2.5 900 1900 51 760X590X285 890X655X360 40.5/44.5 1300 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 17-30 18-45 18-26 MSG1-12HRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 12000 1150 5.2 10.4 13200 1140 5.1 3.4 1.2 1500 9 30 PG200X2C-4FT1 Rotary GD Toshiba 12430 1140 5.3 30 Internal 35 480 RPG20D 49.2 1.5 1250/1100/950 660/580/500 39/33/28 815X280X195 915X360X275 10.5/13.5 YDK36-6 68 2.5 900 1900 51 760X590X285 890X655X360 41.5/45.5 1300 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 17-30 7-45 18-26

4PS132EBA; PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary; GD Matsushita; 7700; 750; 3.3; 17.0; Rotary GD Toshiba 7800 760 3.34 21 Internal

4PS132EBA; PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary; GD Matsushita; 7700; 750; 3.3; 17.0; Rotary GD Toshiba 7800 760 3.34 21

7100699(MRA99262); 30; 350; 25 400

7100699(MRA99262); 30; 350; 25 400

RPG13H 36.5 1.2 1020/960/900 450/400/350 34/32/30 750x250x188 830x336x280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6T W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) 56 2.5 800 1500 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 30/33 820 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 17-30 18-45 10-14

RPG13H 36.5 1.2 1050/960/900 450/400/350 34/32/30 750x250x188 830x336x280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6T 56 2.5 800 1500 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 31/34 850 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 17-30 7-45 10-14

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

mm mm Kg g MPa

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407C Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

mm m m m2

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit MSG1-07/09C(H)RN2

3.2 Indoor unit MSG1-12C(H)RN2

160

280

3.3 Outdoor unit MSG1-07C(H)RN2,

3.4 Outdoor unit

MSG1-09C(H)RN2

161

3.5 Outdoor unit

MSG1-12C(H)RN2
285 750

62

315

290

530

110

162

590

4.Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Cooling/heating


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5.Operation limits 5.1Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

DRY

COOLING

10 15 20 Indoor air temp. DB

25

30

35

40

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2Heating operation
Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 Outdoor unit air temp. DB

15

25

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
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6.Wiring diagram 6.1 Cooling only 6.1.1 MSG1-07CRN2, MSG1-09CRN2

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR UNIT O T OOR


S

IT


YG AC AC

O ER OA RE A

COMPRESSOR C YG

AC RE R E

RE

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

YG UE

RED

FAN RED MOTOR

FAN CAPACITOR

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6.1.2 MSG1-12CRN2

INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT

N
YG AC AC

O ER OAD RE AY AC COMPRESSOR C YG S RED R

RED

RED

FAN RED MOTOR YG UE FAN CAPACITOR

UE COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

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6.2 Heating/cooling 6.2.1 MSG1-07HRN2, MSG1-09HRN2

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6.2.2 MSG-12HRN2

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7.Troubleshooting 7.1 For all cooling only model


Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEPROM error No over-zero signal Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.2 For all heat pump model


Failure phenomenon Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute No over-zero signal Temp. sensor on indoor evaporator is open circuit or short circuit Indoor room temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error Operation lamp X X X On Timer lamp X X Defrosting lamp X X

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 8 Electronic function 8.1 Electric Control working environment 8.1.1 input voltage: 175~253V 8.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 8.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C 8.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 8.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 8.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 8.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 8.1.8 Compressor: single-phase power supply. Its normal working amp is less than 15A 8.2 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller I3sec: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue three seconds until turns off the compressor. I5MIN: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue five minutes until turns off the compressor. IFAN: Self-protection amp of outdoor fan/indoor fans when they change from higher wind to lower wind. IRESTORE: Amp self-protection return value THDEFROST: High wind, defrosting temperature difference TMDEFROST: Middle wind, defrosting temperature difference TLDEFROST: Low wind, defrosting temperature difference TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature
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TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature 8.3 Systematic functions Remote receiving Testing and forced run Position set for indoor unit wind vane LED displaying and alarm On or off Timer Protection for the compressor Current protection High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger at heating mode Auto defrosting and heating recovery at heating mode Anti cold air at heating mode Anti frozen at heating mode Protection The compressor functions protection with a delay of three minutes. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection Temperature Fuse break protection Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. The current protection of the compressor
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN Indoor fan On On Low speed IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN On Low speed I< IRESTORE On Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

8.4 8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 8.4.4

8.4.5 8.4.6

If compressor turns off for continuously 4 times due to current protection in 5 minutes from Compressor On, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal
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operation automatically. 8.5 8.6 Fan-only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition Temp. up Temp. down T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 T> Ts T<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off

Auto fan at cooling mode:


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Temp. up T<3 3<T<5 T>5 Temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1 Low Med. High High Med. Low Indoor fan speed

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator at cooling mode( T: evaporator temp. )


Condition Temp. Temp. up Temp. down T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5 >5 Minutes >5 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

8.7 8.7.1 8.7.2

Dehumidifying mode The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode
NO 1 2 3 Conditions TA TS+2 TS TATS+2 TA TS Indoor Fan LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE Compressor and Outdoor Fan ON 6minutes OFF 4minutes ON 5minutes OFF 5minutes ON 4minutes OFF 6minutes

Repeat on and off cycle.

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8.7.3

8.7.4 8.8 8.8.1

8.8.2 8.8.3

Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10, compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13. At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. Heating mode Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. Action of compressor and outdoor fan motor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 Room temp. down T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.8.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function at heating mode
Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> TE3 TE3<T<TE4 T<TE4 Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off Indoor fan speed

8.8.5

Auto wind at heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<2 T>2 Room temp. down T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

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8.8.6

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection at heating mode


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan

8.9 8.9.1

Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: Defrosting starts when either of the following &: A and B are satisfied: A: The compressor keeps running for 40 minutes or more. B: The temperature difference of evaporator and room temperature meets one of the following:
Temp. of evaporator---room temp. Fan speed is high Fan speed is mid Fan speed is low Breeze THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST Meet only if it is Breeze

Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes. 8.9.2 Defrosting time If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for less than 40 minutes, this can be regarded as severe frosting. The defrosting time is 10 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for more than 40 minutes, the defrosting time is 6 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied out of 40 minutes, generally the defrosting time is 6 minutes, after three continuous 6-minute defrost, the fourth should be 10 minutes defrost. The circulation is as following: 6-minute defrost 6-minute defrost6-minute defrost10-minute defrost

8.9.3 Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating mode: A. The defrost time has reached to 6 or 10 minutes. B. The compressor current has reached to IDEFROST or above, IDEROST differs in different models.

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8.9.4 Defrosting Actions:


Defrost 10or 6minutes

45S
Compressor 4-way Valve

25S

23S 40S

Outdoor Fan Indoor Fan

10S

8.9.7 Turn into heating mode, turn off the heating mode in 7 minutes. 8.10 8.10.1 Automatic operation mode The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.10.2 8.10.3

The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode.

8.11 8.11.1 8.11.2 8.11.3 8.12

8.13 8.14 8.14.1 8.14.2

Forced cooling function Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates at the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24. All protections of remote control cooling are available at forced cooling operation. Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates at remote control mode with a set temp. of 24. Timer Function Economic Running The economic running function is available at cooling, heating or auto mode. Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the fan speed is kept at low speed.
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8.14.3

8.14.4 8.15

Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with selected running mode by auto mode. Auto restart function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before the power failure when power returns.

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8.16

Models and Parameters

Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

MSG1-07CRN2 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A

MSG1-07HRN2 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A 3.2A 28 32 30 26

MSG1-09CRN2 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A

MSG1-09HRN2 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 3.5A 28 32 30 26

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

200

200 0

200

200 0

124

124 15C 16C 17C

124

124 15C 16C 17C

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Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

MSG1-12CRN2 12.0A 8.5A 7.5A 6.5A

MSG1-12HRN2 12.0A 8.5A 7.5A 6.5A 5.0A 34 37 33 22

3 10

3 10 63 53 50

40

40 197

100

100 20C 23C 26C

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CUTE STAR SERIES 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 8. Electronic function 140 141 144 145 146 147 149 150

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1.Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 High efficiency and quiet operation

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing Model Outdoor fan motor Brand Input Capacitor Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area m2 W uF m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A 0.6 820 14 KH104VFHC ROTARY SHANGHAI SENLIN 5800 580 2.75 12.5 BF540-KB 15/370V 270 RPG13H 22 1 940/860/780 320/280/240 33/30/27 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK24-6T WEILING 70 3/450V 1400 52 700*535*235 815*580*325 23/26 R22/550G 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 ELECTRONIC CONTROL 17~30 18~45 8~12 MSC-05CR 220~240V, 50HZ 5000 570 2.5 8.8 MSC-05HR 220~240V,50HZ 5000 560 2.5 8.9 5800 590 2.6 2.9 0.6 820 14 KH104VFHC ROTARY SHANGHAI SENLIN 5800 580 2.75 12.5 BF540-KB 15/370V 270 RPG13H 22 1 940/860/780 320/280/240 33/30/27 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK24-6T WEILING 70 3/450V 1400 52 700*535*235 815*580*325 25/28 R22/550G 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 ELECTRONIC CONTROL 17~30 -7~45 8~12

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A

MSC-07CR 220~240V, 50Hz 7000 790 3.6 8.9

MSC-07HR 220~240V, 50Hz 7000 780 3.6 9.0 7500 750 3.4 2.9

MSC-09CR 220~240V, 50Hz 8500 950 4.3 8.9

MSC-09HR 220~240V, 50Hz 8500 950 4.3 8.9 9000 920 4.2 2.9

0.8 1100 18 2P14C235ANA ROTARY GD MATSUSHITA 7500 725 3.4 15 MRA98854 25/370V 270 RPG13H 22 1 1020/940/860 360/320/280 35/32/29 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK24-6T WEILING

0.8 1100 18 2P14C235ANA ROTARY GD MATSUSHITA 7500 725 3.4 15 MRA98854 25/370V 270 RPG13H 22 1 1020/940/860 360/320/280 35/32/29 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK24-6T WEILING 70 3/450V 1400 52 700*535*235 815*580*325 25/28 R22/600G 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 CONTROL ELECTRONIC

1 1200 24 KH145VFRC ROTARY SHANGHAI 8200 830 3.9 20 SC01DA26A01 25/400V 270 RPG13H 22 1 1100/1020/940 410/370/330 39/34/31 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK22-6M WEILING 70 2.5/450V 1500 52 700*535*235 815*580*325 29/32 R22/560G 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 CONTROL ELECTRONIC SENLIN

1 1200 24 PH160X1C-4DZ2 ROTARY GD TOSHIBA 9300 890 4.1 21.7 UP3QE0591-T61 25/370V 400 RPG13H 22 1 1100/1020/940 410/370/330 39/34/31 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK22-6M WEILING 70 2.5/450V 1500 52 700*535*235 815*580*325 30/33 R22/730G 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 CONTROL ELECTRONIC CONTROL

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Brand Input Capacitor Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

W uF m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m

70 3/450V 1400 52 700*535*235 815*580*325 23/26 R22/600G 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 ELECTRONIC

m2

17~30 18~45 10~14

17~30 -7~45 10~14

17~30 18~45 14~18

17~30 -7~45 14~18

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Rated current(RLA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A

MSC-07CRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 7000 830 3.7 8.4

MSC-07HRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 7000 830 3.7 8.4 8500 900 4.0 2.8

MSC-09CRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 9000 1000 4.4 9.0

MSC-09HRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 9000 1035 4.6 8.7 11000 1150 5.4 2.8

0.8 1000 4.4 21 PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary TOSHIBA 8086/8172 765/785 21 3.52/3.34 UP3SE0591-T71 25 400 RPG13H 22 1 1020/940/860 360/320/280 35/32/29 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK24-6T

0.8 1000 4.4 21 PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary TOSHIBA 8086/8172 765/785 21 3.52/3.34 UP3SE0591-T71 25 400 RPG13H 22 1 1020/940/860 360/320/280 35/32/29 680*250*180 765*330*270 7/9 YDK24-6T 70 3 850 1600 52 700X535X235 815X580X325 30/33 740 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A 17-30 7-45 10-14

1.0 1330 6.0 21 PG180X1C-4DZ3 Rotary TOSHIBA 10800 1015 19.8 4.5 UP3SE0591-T61 30 400 RPG13H 36 1.2 1250/1100/950 400/350/300 39/36/33 680250180 765330270 7/9 YDK24-6 72 2.5 850 1900 53 780X540X250 910X575X335 34/37 770 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A 17-30 18-45 14-21

1.0 1330 6.0 21 PG180X1C-4DZ3 Rotary TOSHIBA 10800 1015 19.8 4.5 UP3SE0591-T61 30 400 RPG13H 36 1.2 1250/1100/950 400/350/300 39/36/33 680250180 765330270 7/9 YDK25-6C 85 2.5 900 1900 53 780X540X250 910X575X335 36/39 840 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A 17-30 7-45 14-21

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa

70 3 850 1600 52 700X535X235 815X580X325 29/32 650 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407C Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Plug type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

mm(inch) m m

m2

17-30 18-45 10-14

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit

3.2 Outdoor unit

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4.Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Cooling/heating


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5.Operation limits 5.1Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

DRY

COOLING

10 15 20 Indoor air temp. DB

25

30

35

40

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2Heating operation
Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 Outdoor unit air temp. DB

15

25

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
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6.Wiring diagram 6.1 Cooling only

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR UNIT O T OOR


S

IT


YG AC AC

O ER OA RE A

COMPRESSOR C YG

AC RE R E

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

FAN RE MOTOR YG E

RE

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FAN CAPACITOR

6.2 Heating/cooling

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7.Troubleshooting
7.1 For all cooling only model
Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEPROM error No over-zero signal

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.2 For all heat pump model


Failure phenomenon Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute No over-zero signal Temp. sensor on indoor evaporator is open circuit or short circuit Indoor room temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error Operation lamp X X X On Timer lamp X X Defrosting lamp X X

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

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8 Electronic function 8.1 Electric Control working environment 8.1.1 Input voltage: 175~253V 8.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 8.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C 8.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 8.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 8.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 8.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 8.1.8 Compressor: single-phase power supply. Its normal working amp is less than 15A 8.2 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller I3sec: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue three seconds until turns off the compressor. I5MIN: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue five minutes until turns off the compressor. IFAN: Self-protection amp of outdoor fan/indoor fans when they change from higher wind to lower wind. IRESTORE: Amp self-protection return value THDEFROST: High wind, defrosting temperature difference TMDEFROST: Middle wind, defrosting temperature difference TLDEFROST: Low wind, defrosting temperature difference TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature 8.3 Systematic functions Remote receiving Testing and forced run Position set for indoor unit wind vane LED displaying and alarm On or off Timer Protection for the compressor Current protection High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger at heating mode Auto defrosting and heating recovery at heating mode
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8.4 8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.3 8.1.4

8.1.5

8.1.6

Anti cold air at heating mode Anti frozen at heating mode Protection The compressor functions protection with a delay of three minutes. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection Temperature Fuse break protection Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the entire unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. The current protection of the compressor.
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN I< IRESTORE On Low speed On Indoor fan On On Low speed Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

If compressor turns off for continuously 4 times due to current protection in 5 minutes from Compressor On, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically.

8.5 8.6

Fan-only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition Temp. up Temp. down T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 T> Ts T<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off

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Auto fan:
Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Temp. up T<3 3<T<5 T>5 Temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1 Low Med. High High Med. Low Indoor fan speed

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator ( T: evaporator temp. )


Condition Temp. Temp. up Temp. down T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5 >5 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

8.7 Dehumidifying mode 8.7.1 The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode 8.7.2 Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode
NO 1 Conditions TA TS+2 TS TA TS+2 TA TS Indoor Fan LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE Compressor and Outdoor Fan ON 6minutes OFF 4minutes ON 5minutes OFF 5minutes ON 4minutes OFF 6minutes INTERMITENT ACTION INTERMITENT ACTION INTERMITENT ACTION

Repeat on and off cycle. 8.7.3 Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10, compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13. 8.7.4 At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. 8.8 Heating mode 8.8.1 Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. 8.8.2 Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. 8.8.3 Action of compressor and outdoor fan motor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7
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minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up Room temp. down T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.8.4 Indoor Fan actions at heating mode 8.8.4.1 Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. 8.8.4.2 Anti-cold wind control function at heating mode
Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> TE3 TE3<T<TE4 T<TE4 Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off Indoor fan speed

8.8.4.3 Auto wind


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up Room temp. down T<2 T>2 T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

8.8.4.4.Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan

8.9 8.9.1

Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: Defrosting starts when either of the following &: A and B are satisfied:
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A: The compressor keeps running for 40 minutes or more. B: The temperature difference of evaporator temp and room temperature meets one of the following:
Temp. of evaporator---room temp. Fan speed is high Fan speed is mid Fan speed is low Breeze THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST Meet only if it is Breeze

Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes. 8.9.2 Defrosting time If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for less than 40 minutes, this can be regarded as severe frosting. The defrosting time is 10 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for more than 40 minutes, the defrosting time is 6 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied out of 40 minutes, generally the defrosting time is 6 minutes, after three continuous 6-minute defrosting , the fourth defrosting time is 10 minutes. The circulation is as following:
6-minute defrost 6-minute defrost6-minute defrost10-minute defrost

8.9.3 Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating: A. The defrost time has reached to 6 or 10 minutes. B. The compressor current has reached to IDEFROST or above, IDEROST differs in different models. 8.9.4 Defrosting Actions:
Defrost 10or 6minutes

45S
Compressor 4-way Valve

25S

23S 40S

Outdoor Fan Indoor Fan

10S

8.9.7 Turn into heating mode, turn off the heating mode in 7 minutes 8.10 Automatic operation mode
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8.10.1 The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.10.2 The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. 8.10.3 The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode. 8.11 Forced cooling function 8.11.1 Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. 8.11.2 The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates at the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24. 8.11.3 All protections of remote control cooling are available at forced cooling operation. 8.12 Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates at remote control mode with a set temp. of 24 8.13 Timer Function Requirement 8.14 Economic Running 8.14.1 The economic running function is available at cooling, heating or auto mode. 8.14.2 Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed. 8.14.3 Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). 8.14.4 Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with selected running mode. 8.15 Auto restart function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before the power failure when power returns.

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8.15 Models and Parameters


Model MSC-05CR, MSC-07CR MSC-05HR, MSC-07CR

MSC-09CR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A

MSC-09HR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 4.5A 28 32 30 20

I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A

8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A 3.2A 28 32 30 20

2 7

2 7 60 53 50

2 7

2 7 60 53 50

200 45

200 45

100

100 14 15 16

100

100 14 15 16

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LIGHT STAR SERIES 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 128 129 132 134 135 136 138

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1. Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 Flexible wiring connection There is a separate terminal in indoor unit, so it is very easy and flexible to connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit. 1.3 ABS outdoor unit. 1.4 Optional panels available

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Type Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Input Indoor fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) uF ml W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A 0.8 1030 17 KH134VFRC Rotary 7700 770 3.5 16 BF690-KB 17/400V 270 30 1UF/450VAC 1450/1300/1200 330/280/250 37/34/30 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK20-6K W uF r/min dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Vapor Refrigerant piping Max. pipe length mm(inch) m m m2 70 2 800 54 770X556X293 830X615X360 28/31 540 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10-14 MSL-07CR 220-240V, 50Hz 7000 800 3.7 8.8 MSL-07HR 220-240V, 50Hz 7000 750 3.5 9.3 7800 800 3.7 2.9 0.8 1000 17 KH134VFRC Rotary 7700 770 3.5 16 BF690-KB 17/400V 270 30 1UF/450VAC 1450/1300/1200 330/280/250 37/34/30 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK20-6K 70 2 800 54 770X556X293 830X615X360 29/32 700 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10-14 1 1300 22 PH170X1C-4DZ2 Rotary 9960 930-960 4.4 21.7 QE-T61 25UF/370VAC 400 27 1UF/450VAC 1920/1700/1500 410/360/320 42/37/34 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK206K 70 2 800 56 770X556X293 830X615X360 30/33 720 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 14-21 MSL-09CR 220-240V, 50Hz 9000 1020 4.6 8.8 MSL-09HR 220-240V, 50Hz 9000 1000 4.5 9.0 9500 1020 4.6 2.7 1 1270 22 PH170X1C-4DZ2 Rotary 9960 930-960 4.4 21.7 QE-T61 25UF/370VAC 400 27 1UF/450VAC 1920/1700/1500 410/360/320 42/37/34 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK206K 70 2 800 56 770X556X293 830X615X360 31/34 800 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 14-21

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor noise level

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure R22

Max. difference Application area

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Type Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Am p(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Input Indoor fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) uF ml W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A

MSL-12CR 220-240V, 50HZ 12000 1350 6 8.9

MSL-12HR 220-240V, 50HZ 12000 1300 5.7 9.2 13000 1200 5.3 3.2

1.2 1630 30 PH225X2C-4FU Rotary 13200 1250 5.7 30 RE-T56 35UF/370VAC 480 35 1.5UF/450VAC 1325/1200/1100 600/540/500 43/39/36 900X300X172 1020X390X260 1012 YDK246

1.2 1600 30 PH225X2C-4FU Rotary 13200 1250 5.7 30 RE-T56 35UF/370VAC 480 35 1.5UF/450VAC 1325/1200/1100 600/540/500 4339/36 900X300X172 1020X390X260 1012 YDK246 68 2.5 850 56 770X556X293 830X615X360 37/40 1010 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 5 18-26

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

W uF r/min dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa

68 2.5 850 56 770X556X293 830X615X360 33/36 810 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 5 18-26

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Vapor Refrigerant piping Max. pipe length R22

mm(inch) m m m2

Max. difference Application area

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A w/w L/h W A A

MSL-07CRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 7000 780 3.5 9.0,2.6

MSL-07HRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 7000 780 3.5 9.0,2.6 7600 760 3.4 2.9

MSL-09CRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 9000 1000 4.4 9.0,2.6

MSL-09HRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 9000 1000 4.4 9.0,2.6 10000 1000 4.5 2.9

MSL-12CRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 12000 1350 6.0 8.9, 2.6

MSL-12HRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 12000 1350 6.0 8.9, 2.6 12500 1240 5.5 3.0

0.7 1040 5.2 21 PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary TOSHIBA 8130 775 3.4 UP3QE0591-T71 25 RB68AF 400 YDK31-4B-WL WELLING 55 2.5F/450V 1530/ 1430/ 1330 380/760/700 48/46/43 1020315200 1150X395X300 7 YDK53-6KB

0.7 1000 5 21 PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary TOSHIBA 8130 775 3.4 UP3QE0591-T71 25 RB68AF 400 YDK31-4B-WL WELLING 55 2.5F/450V 1530/ 1430/ 1330 380/760/700 48/46/43 1020315200 1150X395X300 7 YDK53-6KB 150 2.5F/450V 780 3000 59 843695330 970770400 33 720 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 Electronic control 17 30

1.2 1350 6 22 PG180X1C-4DZ3 Rotary TOSHIBA 10800 1000 4.4 UP3QE0591-T61 30 RB68AF 400 YDK32-4B-WL WELLING 80 2.5F/450V 1350/ 1220/ 1100 380/1060/960 50/47/43 1190320205 1265X445X320 7 YDK53-6KB 150 3.0F/450V 840 4000 60 843695330 970770400 30 750 2.8 9.53/16.0 10 5 Electronic control 17 30

1.2 1350 6 22 PG180X1C-4DZ3 Rotary TOSHIBA 10800 1000 4.4 UP3QE0591-T61 30 RB68AF 400 YDK32-4B-WL WELLING 80 2.5F/450V 1350/ 1220/ 1100 380/1060/960 50/47/43 1190320205 1265X445X320 7 YDK53-6KB 150 3.0F/450V 840 4000 60 843695330 970770400 33 720 2.8 9.53/16.0 10 5 Electronic control 17 30

1.3 1700 8.8 33 PG225X2C-4FU Rotary TOSHIBA 13600 1310 5.9 UP3RE0591-T56 35 RB68AF 480 YDK32-4B-WL WELLING 80 2.5F/450V 1350/ 1220/ 1100 650/1060/960 50/47/43 1190320205 1265X445X320 10 YDK53-6KB 150 3.0F/450V 840 4000 60 843695330 970770400 30 750 2.8 9.53/16.0 10 5 Electronic control 17 30

1.3 1700 8.8 33 PG225X2C-4FU Rotary TOSHIBA 13600 1310 5.9 UP3RE0591-T56 35 RB68AF 480 YDK32-4B-WL WELLING 80 2.5F/450V 1350/ 1220/ 1100 650/1060/960 50/47/43 1190320205 1265X445X320 10 YDK53-6KB 150 3.0F/450V 840 4000 60 843695330 970770400 33 1050 2.8 9.53/16.0 10 5 Electronic control 17 30

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407C Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m

150 2.5F/450V 780 3000 59 843695330 970770400 30 560 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 Electronic control

m2

17

30

18~ 45 28

-7 ~ 45 28

18~ 45 35

-7 ~ 45 35

18~ 45 35

-7 ~ 45 35

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit 7000Btu/h, 9000Btu/h,

12000Btu/h,

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3.2 Outdoor unit

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4.Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Cooling/heating


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5.Operation limits 5.1Cooling operation(less than 18000Btu/h)


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

DRY

COOLING

10 15 20 25 Indoor air temp. DB

30

35

40

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2Heating operation(less than 18000Btu/h)


Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 5 Outdoor unit air temp. DB

15

25

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
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6.Wiring diagram 6.1 Diagram for cooling only


7000-9000Btu/h indoor unit

12000Btu/h indoor unit

7000-12000Btu/h outdoor unit


INDOOR UNIT O T OOR
S

IT


YG AC AC

O ER OA RE A

COMPRESSOR C YG

AC RE R E

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

FAN RE MOTOR YG E

RE

FAN CAPACITOR

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6.2Heating/cooling
7000-9000Btu/h Indoor unit

12000Btu/h indoor unit

7000Btu/h-12000Btu/h outdoor unit

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7.Troubleshooting
7.1 For all cooling only model
Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEPROM error No over-zero signal

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.2 For all heat pump model


Failure phenomenon Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute No over-zero signal Temp. sensor on indoor evaporator is open circuit or short circuit Indoor room temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error Operation lamp X X X On Timer lamp X X Defrosting lamp X X

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

8. Electronic function is same as bright star series.

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Glory Giant 2 1. Features 1.1 The evaporator employs a Multi-bend structure which enlarges the heat exchange surface. 1.2 The front panel is tightly fixed with the front frame by simply buckling the latter with a buckle mechanism on the panel. 1.3 The manual force switch employs comfortable switch push buttons.

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2. Specification
MODEL POWER SUPPLY RECEPTACLE SIZE CAPACITY COOLING RATED AMPS RATED WATTS CAPACITY HEATING RATED AMPS RATED WATTS AIR FLOW NOISE INDOOR UNIT NET WEIGHT DIMENSION NOISE OUTDOOR UNIT NET WEIGHT DIMENSION MAX. INPUT WATTS MAX.INPUT AMPS DESIGN PRESSURE W A MPa GAS SIDE REFRIGERANT PIPE LIQUID SIDE mm REFREGERANT 16 R22/2400g 16 R22/2450g 16 R22/2400g R22/2450g mm Kg mm dB(A) Kg mm 18 1250*325*230 59 80 895857302 5800 32 2.6 9.52 18 1250*325*230 59 82 895857302 5800 32 2.6 9.52 18 1250*325*230 59 80 895857302 5800 11 2.6 9.52 18 1250*325*230 59 82 895857302 5800 11 2.6 A Btu/h A W Btu/h A W m /h dB(A)
3

MSG-36CR 220-240V~50Hz 35 35000 18.6 4120

MSG-36HR 220-240V~50Hz 35 35000 18.6 4120 38000 18.5 4100

MSG-36CR 380-420~50Hz 20 35000 6.5 4120

MSG-36HR 380-420~50Hz 20 35000 6.5 4120 38000 6.4 4100

1350 49

1350 49

1350 49

1350 49

In case of there is any divergence of interpretation of the data, the data of nameplate shall prevail. This SPECIFICATION list is subject to change without any prior notice due to product improvement. 1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3. Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit

3.2 Outdoor unit

62

77

895 589.6 142.9

350

328

302

117

860

4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Heating and cooling


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger Sensor of heat

Sensor of heat exchanger temp

exchanger temp

Compressor

Valve

Capillary

Reservoir

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5. Operation limits 5.1 Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

10 15 20 25 Indoor air temp. DB

30

35

Note :The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2 Heating operation


Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 5 15 25 Outdoor unit air temp. DB Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

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6. Wiring diagram 6.1 Cooling Only MSG-36CR 220-240V~,50Hz and 380V~,50Hz

MSG-36CR 220-240V~,50Hz

A2

A1

MSG-36CR 380V~,50Hz

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6.2 Heat pump MSG-36HR 220-240V~,50Hz and 380V~,50Hz

MSG-36HR 220-240V~,50Hz and 380V~,50Hz

A2

A1

MSG-36HR 380V~,50Hz

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7. Troubleshooting 7.1 Indoor unit


LED status Operation indicator, time indicator, Defrosting (fan indicator, for cooling only type)indicator flicker at 5Hz Time indicator flickers at 5Hz Operation indicator flickers at 5Hz Defrosting indicator flickers at 5Hz Operation indicator, time indicator, indicator flicker at 5Hz Defrosting indicator, auto indicator, indicator flicker at 5Hz Auto indicator, indicator flicker at 5Hz Communication error Outdoor unit protects(Outdoor temp, sensor ,phase order etc) the room temperature sensor o is open or short the evaporator temperature sensor is open or short the condenser temperature sensor is open or short EEPROM error Four times Current protection (PRCUR1) 5Hz

7.2 Outdoor unit


LED status( the times after 2 seconds interval ) 5 times 4 times 3 times 2 times 1 time On Communication error Phase order protection Pressure protection The condenser temperature sensor is open or short Indoor unit abnormal Working status

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8. Electronic Control Principle of Large Cooling Capacity Split Model A/C 8.1 Fan only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto 8.2 Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan: T: Room temp. Ts: Setting temp.
Condition Temp. up T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 Temp. down T> Ts T<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off

Auto fan
Condition(T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp.) Temp. up T<1 1<T<4 T>5 Temp. down T> 4 1<T<4 T<1 Indoor fan speed Low Med. High High Med. Low

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator


Condition Temp. Temp. up T> TE6 T< TE6 Temp. down T> TE5 T< TE5 >4 Minutes >4 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

Condenser high temp. protection( only for heat pump)


Temp. Condition Temp. up T> TE10 T< TE10 Temp. down T> TE11 T< TE11 Compressor Off On Off On

8.3 Dehumidifying mode 8.3.1 Indoor fan speed at low speed. 8.3.2 Protection is same as cooling mode. 8.4 Heating mode 8.4.1 Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 8.4.2 Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. 8.4.3 Action conditions of compressor at heating mode: compressor must run for 4 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+4 T<Ts+4 Room temp. down T< Ts+3 T>Ts+3 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

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8.4.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails.
Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE3 TE4<T<TE3 T>TE4 Off Low speed Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Low speed Off Indoor fan speed Med. speed Low speed. Low speed. Med. speed Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On Indoor fan speed Low speed or stop Setting speed. Setting speed. Stop after 15 seconds Low speed On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan Indoor fan speed

Auto wind
Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room Room temp. up temp. down T<2 T>2 T> 0 T<0

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection

Anti- cold air protection


T=evaporator pipe sensor temp. Room Room temp. up temp. down T<TE14+2 T> TE14+2 T> TE14 T< TE14

8.5 8.5.1

Defrosting mode Conditions of defrost: Defrosting starts when either of the following : T3 lower than 0c, lasts for more than 40 minutes, provided that the time period when the temperature is lower than -3c consecutively reaches 3 minutes. Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes Conditions of defrost ending: Defrosting ends when either of the following : The time gets to 10 minutes; T3>20c

. 8.5.2

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8.5.3

Time sequence of the whole defrosting procedure is as follows:


Defrost 10or 6minutes 55S Compressor 4-way Valve 50S Outdoor Fan Indoor Fan 15S 50S 55S

8.6 8.6.1

Auto mode When running in automatic mode, the air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or ventilation according to the difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Air-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.6.2 8.6.3

At auto mode, the indoor fan blows automatically in selected mode. One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the setting temp. changed Economic mode Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed. Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes priority over all). Manual operation Manual operation is controlled by touching buttons and divided into force cooling and forced auto mode. It transfers between these two modes by pressing the buttons, the cycling order of the button press is:
Remote mode Forced auto Forced cooling

8.7

8.8

8.8.1 Forced Cooling 8.8.1.1 In forced cooling mode, the remote signal is not accepted. 8.8.1.2 The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates in the forced auto mode under the requirements of the forced auto mode. 8.8.1.3 During the start-up and operation, all of the following protecting functions work: 3minutes start-up delay protection, overload protection, outdoor protection, evaporator Protection against low temperature. If any of the protection functions, the comparative protecting action is executed. The forced cooling mode is closed by one touch on the button, meanwhile the operation light is off, the buzzer buzzes lasts for 1 seconds, then A/C turns to be closedown status.
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8.8.2. Forced Auto 8.8.2.1 Remote control signal can be received in forced auto mode. When receiving the signals, the forced auto mode will be canceled and the A/C changes to remote control status and performs operation as the signals indicates. 8.8.2.2 The system performs control according to the remote control auto mode with a set temperature of 24c. 8.9 8.10 8.10.1 8.10.2 8.10.3 8.10.4 Timer 24 hours timer on or off. Protecting Function Compress with a delay of 3 minutes. Sensor open and break protection EEPROM error protection. Current protection function.
I=Current value Current up I< I3 I3<I< I2 I2<I< I1 I>I1 Current up down I>I1 I2<I< I1 I4<I< I2 I< I4 Outdoor fan On Off Off Off Off Off Off On Compressor On On Turn off compressor after 5 minutes Turn off compressor after 3 seconds Turn off compressor after 3 seconds Turn off compressor after 5 minutes On On

8.10.5 8.11 8.12

Out door unit protection Refer to clause 7.2 Outdoor unit Auto restart Function Models and Parameters
Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 TE10 TE11 TE14 TE16 MSG-36CR 34A 32A 25A 22A MSG-36HR 34A 32A 25A 22A 30 37 34 24 2 12 63 54 50 70 65 32 34

2 12

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Glory Giant 1 1. Features 1.1 The evaporator employs a Multi-bend structure which enlarges the heat exchange surface. 1.2 The front panel is tightly fixed with the front frame by simply buckling the latter with a buckle mechanism on the panel. 1.3 The manual force switch employs comfortable switch push buttons.

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2. Specification

MODEL POWER SUPPLY RECEPTACLE SIZE CAPACITY COOLING RATED AMPS RATED WATTS CAPACITY HEATING RATED AMPS RATED WATTS AIR FLOW INDOOR UNIT NOISE A Btu/h A W

MSG-30CR 220-240V~ 50Hz 25 28000 15 3200 / / / 1150 50 17 1080X330X222 60 67 845X695X335 3800 20 2.6 16 9.53 R22/2250

MSG-30HR 220-240V~ 50Hz 25 28000 15 3200 30000 14.5 3100 1150 50 17 1080X330X222 60 69 845X695X335 3800 20 2.6 16 9.53 R22/2450

MSG-24CR 220-240V~ 50Hz 20 24000 12.5 2750 / / / 1050 48 17 1080X330X222 58 58 845X695X335 3200 16 2.6 16 9.53 R22/1850

MSG-24HR 220-240V~ 50Hz 20 24000 12.5 2750 27000 12.5 2750 1050 48 17 1080X330X222 58 60 845X695X335 3200 16 2.6 16 9.53 R22/1900

Btu/h A W m3/h dB(A) kg

NET WEIGHT

DIMENSION mm NOISE OUTDOOR UNIT NET WEIGHT DIMENSION MAX. INPUT WATTS MAX. INPUT AMPS DESIGN PRESSURE REFRIGERANT PIPE REFRIGERANT GAS SIDE dB(A) kg mm W A MPa mm

LIQUID SIDE mm g

In case of there is any divergence of interpretation of the data, the data of nameplate shall prevail. This SPECIFICATION list is subject to change without any prior notice due to product improvement.
1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Cooling Capacity Input Rated current EER Heating Capacity Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. Current Starting current Compressor Model Type Brand Capacity Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Indoor fan motor Model Brand Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor unit Dimension (W*H*D) Packing Outdoor fan motor Model Brand Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Outdoor unit Dimension(W*H*D) Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Refrigerant piping Liquid side/ Gas side Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Connection wiring Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area m2 W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A W/W Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A

MSG-30CR 3Ph,380-420V,50Hz 28000 3000 5.3 9.3

MSG-30HR 3Ph,380-420V,50Hz 28000 3000 5.3 9.3 32000 3000 5.3 3.1

2.8 3800 7.0 40 ZR34KH-TFD-522 Scroll Copeland 28000 2480 4.6 40 Internal 1242 YDK36-4G Welling 70/66/63 3F/450V 1150/1060/960 1150/1050/950 45/42/39 1080X330X222 1165X445X320 17/22 YDK53-6K Welling 140 3.5 800 2600 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 67/72 R407C/1850 2.8 R22/2250 20 10 No Electronic control 17-30 18-45 50~68

2.8 3800 7.0 40 ZR34KH-TFD-522 Scroll Copeland 28000 2480 4.6 40 Internal 1242 YDK36-4G Welling 70/66/63 3F/450V 1150/1060/960 1150/1050/950 45/42/39 1080X330X222 1165X445X320 17/22 YDK53-6K Welling 140 3.5 800 2600 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 69/74 R407C/1900 2.8 R22/2450 20 10 No Electronic control 17-30 7-45 50~68

In case of there is any divergence of interpretation of the data, the data of nameplate shall prevail. This SPECIFICATION list is subject to change without any prior notice due to product improvement.
1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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MODEL POWER SUPPLY RECEPTACLE SIZE A

MSG-30CRN2 220-240V~ 50Hz 25 28000 15 3200 / A W m3/h dB(A) kg mm dB(A) kg mm W A MPa mm / / 1150 50 17 1080X330X222 60 63 845X695X335 3800 20 2.8 16 9.53 R407C/1800

MSG-30HRN2 220-240V~ 50Hz 25 28000 15 3200 31000 15 3200 1150 50 17 1080X330X222 60 64 845X695X335 3800 20 2.8 16 9.53 R407C/1850

MSG-24CRN2 220-240V~ 50Hz 20 24000 12.5 2800 / / / 1050 48 17 1080X330X222 58 61 845X695X335 3200 16 2.8 16 9.53 R407C/1850

MSG-24HRN2 220-240V~ 50Hz 20 24000 12.5 2800 27000 12.5 2800 1050 48 17 1080X330X222 58 62 845X695X335 3200 16 2.8 16 9.53 R407C/1900

CAPACITY Btu/h COOLING RATED AMPS A

RATED WATTS W CAPACITY HEATING RATED AMPS RATED WATTS AIR FLOW INDOOR UNIT NOISE Btu/h

NET WEIGHT DIMENSION NOISE

OUTDOOR UNIT

NET WEIGHT DIMENSION

MAX. INPUT WATTS MAX. INPUT AMPS DESIGN PRESSURE REFRIGERANT PIPE REFRIGERANT

GAS SIDE

LIQUID SIDE mm g

In case of there is any divergence of interpretation of the data, the data of nameplate shall prevail. This SPECIFICATION list is subject to change without any prior notice due to product improvement.
1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Cooling Capacity Input Rated current EER Heating Capacity Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. Current Starting current Compressor Model Type Brand Capacity Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Indoor fan motor Model Brand Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor unit Dimension (W*H*D) Packing Outdoor fan motor Model Brand Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Outdoor unit Dimension(W*H*D) Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Refrigerant piping Liquid side/ Gas side Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Connection wiring Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area m2 W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A

MSG-30CRN2 3Ph,380-420V,50Hz 28000 3300 5.8 8.5,

MSG-30HRN2 3Ph,380-420V,50Hz 28000 3300 5.8 8.5 33000 3300 5.8 2.9

2.8 3800 7.5 40 HQ034YAA Scroll LG 29000/29200 2760/2835 5.8/6.2 40 Internal 750 YDK36-4G Welling 70/66/63 3F/450V 1150/1060/960 1150/1050/950 45/42/39 1080X330X222 1165X445X320 17/22 YDK100-6D Welling 169 5 900 2600 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 63/68 R407C/1850 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 10 No Electronic control 17-30 18-45 50~68

2.8 3800 7.5 40 HQ034YAA Scroll LG 29000/29200 2760/2835 5.8/6.2 40 Internal 750 YDK36-4G Welling 70/66/63 3F/450V 1150/1060/960 1150/1050/950 45/42/39 1080X330X222 1165X445X320 17/22 YDK100-6D Welling 169 5 900 2600 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 64/69 R407C/1900 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 10 No Electronic control 17-30 7-45 50~68

In case of there is any divergence of interpretation of the data, the data of nameplate shall prevail. This SPECIFICATION list is subject to change without any prior notice due to product improvement.
1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3. Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit

3.2 Outdoor unit

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12.5

4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Heating and cooling


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger Sensor of heat

Sensor of heat exchanger temp

exchanger temp

Compressor

Valve

Capillary

Reservoir

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5. Operation limits 5.1 Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

10 Indoor air temp. DB

15

20

25

30

35

Note :The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2 Heating operation


Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 5 15 25 Outdoor unit air temp. DB Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
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6. Wiring diagram 6.1 MSG-24CR, MSG-30CR, MSG-24CRN2, MSG-30CRN2 220V, 1Ph.

A2

A1

105

6.2 MSG-24HR, MSG-30HR, MSG-24HRN2, MSG-30HRN2,220V, 1Ph

A1

A2

106

6.2 MSG-30CR, MSG-30CRN2, 380V, 3Ph

107

6.2 MSG-30HR, MSG-30HRN2, 380V, 3Ph

108

7.

Troubleshooting
LED status indicator Four times Current protection (PRCUR1) 5Hz

Operation indicator, time indicator, Defrosting at 5Hz Time indicator flickers at 5Hz Operation indicator flickers at 5Hz Defrosting indicator flickers at 5Hz Defrosting

(fan indicator, for cooling only type)auto indicator flicker the room temperature sensor o is open or short the evaporator temperature sensor is open or short the condenser temperature sensor is open or short Outdoor unit protects(Outdoor temp, sensor ,phase order etc) EEPROM Communication error

indicator, auto indicator flicker at 5Hz

Auto indicator, indicator flicker at 5Hz

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8. Electronic Control Principle of Large Cooling Capacity Split Model A/C 8.1 Fan only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto 8.2 Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan: T: Room temp. Ts: Setting temp.
Condition Temp. up T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 Temp. down T> Ts T<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off Indoor fan speed Low Med. High High Med. Low

Auto fan
Condition(T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp.) Temp. up T<1 1<T<4 T>5 Temp. down T> 4 1<T<4 T<1

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator


Condition Temp. Temp. up T> TE6 T< TE6 Temp. down T> TE5 T< TE5 >4 Minutes >4 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

Condenser high temp. protection( only for heat pump)


Temp. Condition Temp. up Temp. down T> TE10 T< TE10 T> TE11 T< TE11 Compressor Off On Off On

8.3 Dehumidifying mode 8.3.1 Indoor fan speed at low speed. 8.3.2 Protection is same as cooling mode. 8.4 Heating mode 8.4.1 Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 8.4.2 Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. 8.4.3 Action conditions of compressor at heating mode: compressor must run for 4 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+4 T<Ts+4 Room temp. down T< Ts+3 T>Ts+3 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

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8.4.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, Anti-cold wind function 1.
Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE3 TE4<T<TE3 T>TE4 Off Low speed Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Low speed Off Indoor fan speed

Anti- cold air protection 2 ( when the room temp. satisfy the setting temp.)
T=evaporator pipe sensor temp. Room Room temp. up temp. down T<TE14+2 T> TE14+2 T> TE14 T< TE14 Indoor fan speed Low speed or stop Setting speed. Setting speed. Stop after 15 seconds Low speed

Auto wind
Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room Room temp. up temp. down T<2 T>2 T> 0 T<0 Med. speed Low speed. Low speed. Med. speed Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan Indoor fan speed

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection

8.5 8.5.1

Defrosting mode Conditions of defrost: Defrosting starts when either of the following : T3 lower than 0c, lasts for more than 40 minutes, provided that the time period when the temperature is lower than -3c consecutively reaches 3 minutes. Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes Conditions of defrost ending: Defrosting ends when either of the following : The time gets to 10 minutes; T3>20c

. 8.5.2

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8.5.3

Time sequence of the whole defrosting procedure is as follows:


Defrost 10or 6minutes 55S Compressor 4-way Valve 50S Outdoor Fan Indoor Fan 15S 50S 55S

Remark: when the evaporator pipe sensor temp. more than TE16, The indoor fan start to run. 8.6 8.6.1 Auto mode When running in automatic mode, the air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or ventilation according to the difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Air-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.6.2 8.6.3

At auto mode, the indoor fan blows automatically in selected mode. One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the setting temp. changed Economic mode Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed. Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes priority over all). Manual operation Manual operation is controlled by touching buttons and divided into force cooling and forced auto mode. It transfers between these two modes by pressing the buttons, the cycling order of the button press is:
Remote mode Forced auto Forced cooling

8.7

8.8

8.8.1 Forced Cooling 8.8.1.1 In forced cooling mode, the remote signal is not accepted. 8.8.1.2 The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates in the forced auto mode under the requirements of the forced auto mode. 8.8.1.3 During the start-up and operation, all of the following protecting functions work: 3minutes start-up delay protection, overload protection, outdoor protection, evaporator Protection against low temperature. If any of the protection functions, the comparative protecting action is executed. The forced cooling mode is closed by one touch on the button, meanwhile the operation light is
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off, the buzzer buzzes lasts for 1 seconds, then A/C turns to be closedown status. 8.8.2. Forced Auto 8.8.2.1 Remote control signal can be received in forced auto mode. When receiving the signals, the forced auto mode will be canceled and the A/C changes to remote control status and performs operation as the signals indicates. 8.8.2.2 The system performs control according to the remote control auto mode with a set temperature of 24c. 8.9 8.10 8.10.1 8.10.2 8.10.3 8.10.4 Timer 24 hours timer on or off. Protecting Function Compress with a delay of 3 minutes. Sensor open and break protection EEPROM error protection. Current protection function.
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN I< IRESTORE On Low speed On Indoor fan On On Low speed Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

8.11

Auto restart Function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before the power failure when power returns.

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8.12

Models and Parameters


Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 TE10 TE11 TE14 TE16 MSG-24CR 22A 20A 16A 14A MSG-24HR 22A 20A 16A 14A 25 32 30 20 2 12 63 54 50 65 55 32 42 MSG-30CR 26A 24A 20A 18A 25 32 30 20 2 12 MSG-30HR 26A 24A 20A 18A 25 32 30 20 2 12 63 54 50 65 55 32 42

2 12

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GLORY (ECO) STAR SERIES 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 8. Electronic function 66 67 73 77 78 79 86 86

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1.Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 High efficiency and quiet operation

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A w/w L/h W A A 0.6 800 3.8 16 KH104VFHC Rotary SHANGHAI SENLIN 5700 590 2.7 13 BF540-KB 15 MS-56 270 RPG13H WELLING 36.5 1.2F/450V 1020/ 960/ 900 300/270/240 32/28/25 750250188 830X336X280 8/9.5 YDK24-6T WELLING W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Connection wiring Plug type Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area m2 mm(inch) m m 70 3 850 1400 49 700535235 815580325 26/29 480 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 18-45 8-12 MSG-05CR 220-240V~,50Hz 5000 560 2.6 8.6 MSG-07HR 220-240V~,50Hz 7000 760 3.6 8.8 7600 760 3.4 2.9 0.8 1050 5 18 2P14C235ANA Rotary GD Matsushita 7500 725 3.4 15 MRA98854 25 ATOMOS M60 270 RPG13H WELLING 36.5 1.2F/450V 1020/ 960/ 900 380/350/320 32/28/25 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6T WELLING 70 3 850 1400 49 700535235 815580325 28/31 620 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 -7-45 10--14 0.8 1050 5 18 2P14C235ANA Rotary GD Matsushita 7500 725 3.4 15 MRA98854 25 ATOMOS M60 270 RPG13H WELLING 36.5 1.2F/450V 1020/ 960/ 900 380/350/320 32/28/25 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6T WELLING 70 3 850 1400 49 700535235 815580325 27/30 580 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 18-45 10-14 MSG-07CR 220-240V~,50Hz 7000 760 3.6 8.8 MSG-09HR 220-240V~,50Hz 9000 1000 4.5 9 10000 980 4.4 3.0 1 1300 7 25 PH170X1C-4DZ2 Rotary GD Toshiba 10000 970 4.5 24 UP3QE0591-T61 25 SUNISO 350 1 1300 7 25 PH170X1C-4DZ2 Rotary GD Toshiba 10000 970 4.5 24 UP3QE0591-T61(int 25 SUNISO 350 MSG-09CR 220-240V~,50Hz 9000 1000 4.5 9

RPG13H WELLING 36.5 1.2F/450V 1100/1020/950 450/420/390 33/31/27 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6T WELLING 70 3 850 1500 49 700535235 815580325 30/33 650 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 -7-45 14-21

RPG13H WELLING 36.5 1.2F/450V 1100/1020/950 450/420/390 33/31/27 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6T WELLING 70 3 850 1500 49 700535235 815580325 29/32 580 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 18-45 14-21

Net/Gross weight Model Brand Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R22 Design pressure

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Input Rated current EER Capacity Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Capacity Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Input Indoor fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) uF ml W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg W uF dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Vapor side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Plug type Application area m2 mm(inch) m m Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A w/w L/h W A

MSG-12CR 220-240V,50HZ 12000 1230 5.7 9.8

MSG-12HR 220-240V,50HZ 12000 1230 5.7 9.8 13000 1290 6 3.0

MSG-18CR 220-240V~,50Hz 18000 18000 1820 8.5

MSG-18HR 220-240V~,50Hz 18000 18000 1800 8.4 10.0,2.9 19000 1800 3.1

Cooling

Heating

1.2 1650 25 PH200X2C-8FTC 11840 1135 5.2 25 Internal 25 440 36.5 1.2 1350 550 36/33/30 750X250X188 830X336X280 8.5/10 70 2.5 51 780X540X250 910X575X335 34/37 R22/750 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A 18-26

1.2 1690 26 PH225X2C-4FT 13610 1305 6.1 26 External 35 430 36.5 1.2 1350 550 36/33/30 750X250X188 830X336X280 8.5/10 70 2.5 51 780X540X250 910X575X335 36/39 R22/820 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A 18-26

1.5 2040 42 PH290X2C-4FT1 17435 1670 8.0 41.2 Internal 35 520 53 1.5uF/450V 1180 750/710/650 41/38/35 906286235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 96 2.5F/450V 53 780X540X250 910X575X335 43/47 1110 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 15 25-35

1.5 2080 42 PH290X2C-4FT1 17435 1670 8.0 41.2 Internal 35 520 53 1.5uF/450V 1180 750/710/650 41/38/35 906286235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 96 2.5F/450V 53 780X540X250 910X575X335 44/48 1370 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 15 25-35

Compressor

Net/Gross weight Input Capacitor Outdoor noise level

Outdoor fan motor

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A w/w L/h W A A

MSG-21CR 220-240V~,50Hz 21000 2300 10.5 9.1

MSG-21HR 220-240V~,50Hz 21000 2300 10.5 9.1 23500 2400 11.0 2.9

2.0 2500 11.3 42 2V36S225AUD rotary 20600 2010 95 42 INNER 50 680 RPG25 WELLING 53 1.5uF/450V 1325 920\760\700 41/37/33 906286235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 YDK53-6

2.0 2600 14.5 42 2V36S225AUD rotary 20600 2010 95 42 INNER 50 680 RPG25 WELLING 53 1.5uF/450V 1325 920\760\700 41/37/33 906286235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 YDK53-6 100 2.5F/450V 640 2600 53 845695335 970770395 55/60 1740 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 control Electronic 17-30 (-7~45) 34-49 control

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa

100 2.5F/450V 640 2600 53 845695335 970770395 52/57 1220 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 Electronic

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R22 Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

mm(inch) m m

m2

17-30 18-45 34-49

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Glory Eco Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A w/w L/h W A A MSG-07HRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 7000 800 3.5 8.8 8500 880 4 2.9 0.6 1000 4.4 21 PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary TOSHIBA 8086/8172 765/785 3.52/3.34 21 UP3SE0591-T71 25 400 RPG13H 36.5 1.2 1020/960/900 430/400/370 35/32/30 750250188 830336280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6T W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Gas side Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level mm(inch m m m2 17 70 3 850 1600 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 30/33 740 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 30 17 0.6 1000 4.4 21 PG135X1C-4DZ2 Rotary TOSHIBA 8086/8172 765/785 3.52/3.34 21 UP3SE0591-T71 25 400 RPG13H 37.5 1.2 1020/960/900 430/400/370 35/32/30 750250188 830336280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6T 70 3 850 1600 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 29/32 650 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 30 17 MSG-07CRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 7000 800 3.5 8.8 MSG-09HRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 9000 1050 4.6 8.6 10000 1050 4.6 2.93 0.8 1330 6 19.8 PG180X1C-4DZ3 Rotary TOSHIBA 10800 1015 4.5 19.8 UP3SE0591-T61 30 400 RPG13H 38.5 1.2 1100/1020/950 470/440/410 36/32/30 750250188 830336280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6T 70 3 850 1900 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 29/32 840 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 30 17 0.8 1330 6 19.8 PG180X1C-4DZ3 Rotary TOSHIBA 10800 1015 4.5 19.8 UP3SE0591-T61 30 400 RPG13H 39.5 1.2 1100/1020/950 470/440/410 36/32/30 750250188 830336280 8.5/10.5 YDK24-6T 70 3 850 1600 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 30/33 770 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 30 MSG-09CRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 9000 1050 4.6 8.6

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407C Design pressure Refrigerant piping Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

-7-45 10-14

18-45 10-14

-7-45 14-21

18-45 14-21

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A w/w L/h W A A

MSG-12CRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 12000 1320 5.8 9.1

MSG-12HRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 12000 1320 5.8 9.1 14000 1360 6 3.02

1.2 1800 7.8 30 4KS225EBA Rotary MATSUSHITA-WABAO 13000 1260 5.7 30

1.2 1800 7.8 30 4KS225EBA Rotary MATSUSHITA-WABAO 13000 1260 5.7 30

35 480 RPG20D 49.2 1.5 1180/1000/900 620/550/520 37/34/31 815X280X195 915X360X275 10.5/13.5 YDK25-6C

35 480 RPG20D 49.2 1.5 1180/1000/900 620/550/520 37/34/31 815X280X195 915X360X275 10.5/13.5 YDK25-6C

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa

85 2.5
900 1900 54 780X540X250 910X575X335 34/38 830 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A Electronic control

85 2.5
900 1900 54 780X540X250 910X575X335 37/41 1150 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A Electronic control 17-30 7-45 18-26

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407C Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Plug type Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

mm(inch) m m

m2

17-30 18-45 18-26

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A Btu/w.h L/h W A A

MSG-18HRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 18000 1980 9.5 9.1 20500 1890 8.6 3.2 1.6 2400 13.0 41 PG295*2CS-4KU1 Rotary GD Toshiba 18083 1760 8.5 Internal 35UF/370V 750 RPG25 53 1.5 1260/1100/1000 800/770/740 41/37/35 906X286X235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 YDK36-6 W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) 96 2.5F/450V 900 1900 53 760590285 890655360 41.5/45.5 1380 2.8 6.35/12.7 15 8 17 30

MSG-18CRN2 220-240V~,50Hz 18000 1980 9.5 9.1

MSG-21HRN2 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 21000 2350 10.7 8.9 23500 2450 11.2 2.8

MSG-21CRN2 1, 220-240V~, 21000 2350 10.7 8.9

1.6 2400 13.0 41 PG295*2CS-4KU1 Rotary GD Toshiba 18083 1760 8.5 Internal 35UF/370V 750 RPG25 53 1.5 1260/1100/1000 800/770/740 41/37/35 906X286X235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 YDK36-6 96 2.5F/450V 900 1900 53 760590285 890655360 41.5/45.5 1380 2.8 6.35/12.7 15 8 17 30 17

1.9 2700 14.0

1.9 2700 14.0

PG340X3CS-4KU2 Rotary TOSHIBA 20800 1970 9.2 UP3SE0391-T09 50 850 RPG25 53 1.5 1260/1100/1000 800/770/740 41/37/35 906X286X235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 YDK53-6KB 150 3.0F/450V 840 2300 53 845X695X335 970X770X395 52/57 2100 2.8 6.35/12.7 20 10 30

PG340X3CS-4KU2 Rotary TOSHIBA 20800 1970 9.2 UP3SE0391-T09 50 850 RPG25 53 1.5 1260/1100/1000 800/770/740 41/37/35 906X286X235 1020X380X328 13.5/16.5 YDK53-6KB 150 3.0F/450V 840 2300 53 845X695X335 970X770X395 55/60 2200 2.8 6.35/12.7 20 10 17 30

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

mm mm Kg g MPa

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R407c Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

mm(inch) m m m2

-7-45 30-40

18-45 30-40

-7-45 34-49

18-45 34-49

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit MSG-05/07/09C(H)R(N2),MSG-12C(H)R

3.2 Indoor unit MSG-12C(H)R(N2)

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280

3.3 Indoor unit MSG-18/21C(H)R(N2))

3.4 Outdoor unit MSG-05/07/09C(H)R(N2),

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3.5 Outdoor unit

MSG-12C(H)R(N2) MSG-18C(H)R

3.6 Outdoor unit

MSG-18C(H)RN2
285 750

62

315

290

530

110

75

590

3.7 Outdoor unit

MSG-21C(H)R(N2)

12.5

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4.Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Cooling/heating


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5.Operation limits 5.1Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

DRY

COOLING

10 15 20 Indoor air temp. DB

25

30

35

40

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2Heating operation
Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 Outdoor unit air temp. DB

15

25

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
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6.Wiring diagram 6.1 Cooling only 6.1.1 MSG-05CR

Indoor unit

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR UNIT O T OOR

IT


Y G AC AC

O ER OA RE A

COMPRESSOR C Y G

AC RE R E

RE

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

Y G UE

RED

FAN RED MOTOR

FAN CAPACITOR

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6.1.2 MSG-07CR,MSG-07CRN2, MSG-09CR,MSG-09CRN2

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT

N
YG AC AC

O ER OAD RE AY AC COMPRESSOR C YG S RED R

RED

RED

FAN RED MOTOR YG UE FAN CAPACITOR

UE COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

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6.1.3 MSG-12CR Indoor unit (A Type)

POWER SUPPLY

INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT

N
YG AC AC

O ER OAD RE AY AC COMPRESSOR C YG S RED R

RED

RED

FAN RED MOTOR YG UE FAN CAPACITOR

UE COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

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6.1.4 MSG-12CR (B Type), MSG-12CR N2

INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT

N
YG AC AC

O ER OAD RE AY AC COMPRESSOR C YG S RED R

RED

RED

FAN RED MOTOR YG UE FAN CAPACITOR

UE COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

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6.1.5

MSG-18CR ,MSG-21CR, MSG-18CRN2 ,MSG-21CRN2

TRANSFORMER

COMPRESSOR RELAY

BLUE WHITE BROWN


SWITCH BOARD

CN9
DISPLAY BOARD

CN4 CURRENT DETECTOR

CN14 CN2

CN12

CN8 CN7
AMBIENT SENSOR HEAT EXCHANGER SENSOR

CN10

LOUVER MOTOR

INDOOR MOTOR

INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT

LOUVER MOTOR

YG AC AC

O ER OAD RE AY AC COMPRESSOR C YG S RED R

RED

RED

FAN RED MOTOR YG UE FAN CAPACITOR

UE COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

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WHITE

BLACK

CN6

CN5

CN1

6.2 Heating/cooling 6.2.1 MSG-07HR,MSG-07HRN2, MSG-07HR,MSG-07HRN2,MSG-09HR,MSG-09HRN2, MSG-12HR

84

6.2.2 MSG-12HR(B TYPE),MSG-12HRN2

85

6.2.3 MSG-18HR,MSG-21HR,,MSG-18HRN2,MSG-21HRN2
TRANSFORMER COMPRESSOR RELAY

BLUE WHITE
SWITCH BOARD

BROWN CN14

CN9
DISPLAY BOARD

CN4 CURRENT DETECTOR

CN12

CN1

CN2

CN8 CN7
AMBIENT SENSOR

CN3
HEAT EXCHANGER SENSOR

CN10

LOUVER MOTOR

INDOOR MOTOR

86

LOUVER MOTOR

WHITE

BLACK

CN6

CN5

YELLOW GREEN

7.Troubleshooting 7.1 For all cooling only model


Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEPROM error No over-zero signal Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.2 For all heat pump model


Failure phenomenon Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute No over-zero signal Temp. sensor on indoor evaporator is open circuit or short circuit Indoor room temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error Operation lamp X X X On Timer lamp X X Defrosting lamp X X

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 8 Electronic function 8.1 Electric Control working environment 8.1.1 input voltage: 175~253V 8.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 8.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C 8.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 8.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 8.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 8.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 8.1.8 Compressor: single-phase power supply. Its normal working amp is less than 15A 8.2 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller I3sec: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue three seconds until turns off the compressor. I5MIN: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue five minutes until turns off the compressor. IFAN: Self-protection amp of outdoor fan/indoor fans when they change from higher wind to lower wind. IRESTORE: Amp self-protection return value THDEFROST: High wind, defrosting temperature difference TMDEFROST: Middle wind, defrosting temperature difference TLDEFROST: Low wind, defrosting temperature difference TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature
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TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature 8.3 Systematic functions Remote receiving Testing and forced run Position set for indoor unit wind vane LED displaying and alarm On or off Timer Protection for the compressor Current protection High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger at heating mode Auto defrosting and heating recovery at heating mode Anti cold air at heating mode Anti frozen at heating mode Protection The compressor functions protection with a delay of three minutes. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection Temperature Fuse break protection Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. The current protection of the compressor
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN Indoor fan On On Low speed IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN On Low speed I< IRESTORE On Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

8.4 8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 8.4.4

8.4.5 8.4.6

If compressor turns off for continuously 4 times due to current protection in 5 minutes from Compressor On, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically.
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8.5 8.6

Fan-only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition Temp. up Temp. down T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 T> Ts T<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off

Auto fan at cooling mode:


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Temp. up T<3 3<T<5 T>5 Temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1 Low Med. High High Med. Low Indoor fan speed

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator at cooling mode( T: evaporator temp. )


Condition Temp. Temp. up Temp. down T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5 >5 Minutes >5 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

8.7 8.7.1 8.7.2

Dehumidifying mode The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode
NO 1 2 3 Conditions TA TS+2 TS TATS+2 TA TS Indoor Fan LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE Compressor and Outdoor Fan ON 6minutes OFF 4minutes ON 5minutes OFF 5minutes ON 4minutes OFF 6minutes

Repeat on and off cycle.

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8.7.3

8.7.4 8.8 8.8.1

8.8.2 8.8.3

Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10, compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13. At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. Heating mode Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. Action of compressor and outdoor fan motor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 Room temp. down T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.8.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function at heating mode
Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> TE3 TE3<T<TE4 T<TE4 Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off Indoor fan speed

8.8.5

Auto wind at heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<2 T>2 Room temp. down T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

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8.8.6

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection at heating mode


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan

8.9 8.9.1

Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: Defrosting starts when either of the following &: A and B are satisfied: A: The compressor keeps running for 40 minutes or more. B: The temperature difference of evaporator and room temperature meets one of the following:
Temp. of evaporator---room temp. Fan speed is high Fan speed is mid Fan speed is low Breeze THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST Meet only if it is Breeze

Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes. 8.9.2 Defrosting time If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for less than 40 minutes, this can be regarded as severe frosting. The defrosting time is 10 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for more than 40 minutes, the defrosting time is 6 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied out of 40 minutes, generally the defrosting time is 6 minutes, after three continuous 6-minute defrost, the fourth should be 10 minutes defrost. The circulation is as following: 6-minute defrost 6-minute defrost6-minute defrost10-minute defrost

8.9.3 Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating mode: A. The defrost time has reached to 6 or 10 minutes. B. The compressor current has reached to IDEFROST or above, IDEROST differs in different models.

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8.9.4 Defrosting Actions:


Defrost 10or 6minutes

45S
Compressor 4-way Valve

25S

23S 40S

Outdoor Fan Indoor Fan

10S

8.9.7 Turn into heating mode, turn off the heating mode in 7 minutes. 8.10 8.10.1 Automatic operation mode The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.10.2 8.10.3 8.11 8.11.1 8.11.2 8.11.3 8.12

The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode. Forced cooling function Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates at the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24. All protections of remote control cooling are available at forced cooling operation. Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates at remote control mode with a set temp. of 24. Timer Function Economic Running The economic running function is available at cooling, heating or auto mode. Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the fan speed is kept at low speed. Heating:
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8.13 8.14 8.14.1 8.14.2

8.14.3

8.14.4 8.15

The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with selected running mode by auto mode. Auto restart function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before the power failure when power returns.

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8.16
Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN

Models and Parameters


MSG-07CR 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A MSG-07HR 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A 3.2A 28 32 30 26 2 7 2 7 60 53 50 200 200 0 124 124 16C 17C 18C 124 200 2 7 MSG-09CR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A MSG-09HR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 3.5A 28 32 30 26 2 7 60 53 50 200 0 124 14C 15C 16C 124 200 3 8 MSG-12CR 11.0A 10.0A 8.0A 6.0A MSG-12HR 11.0A 10.0A 8.0A 6.0A 5.5A 28 32 30 20 3 8 60 53 50 200 0 124 14C 15C 16C

IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

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Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

MSG-07CRN2 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A

MSG-07HRN2 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A 3.2A 28 32 30 26

MSG-09CRN2 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A

MSG-09HRN2 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 3.5A 28 32 30 26

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

200

200 0

200

200 0

124

124 14C 15C 16C

124

124 14C 15C 16C

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Model

MSG-12CR (B type) MSG-12CRN2

MSG-12HR* (B type) MSG-12HRN2 14.5A 13.5A 9.5A 8.5A 6.5A 34 37 33 22

MSG-18CR

MSG-18HR

MSG-21CR

MSG-21HR

MSG-18CRN2 16.0A 13.0A 11.0A 9.5A

MSG-18HRN2 16.0A 13.0A 11.0A 9.5A 6.5A 34 36 30 20

MSG-21CRN2 17.0A 16.0A 14.0A 12A

MSG-21HRN2 17.0A 16.0A 14.0A 12A 7A 34 36 30 20

I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

14.5A 13.5A 9.5A 8.5A

2 7

2 7 62 56 50

3 10

3 10 60 52 50

3 10

3 10 64 56 50

40

40 197

50

50 105

50

50 105

100

100 17C 18C 19C

0 17C 18C 19C

0 20C 21C 22C

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BRIGHT ECO SERIES 1. Features 2. Specification 3. Dimensions 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 5. Operation limits 6. Wiring diagram 7. Troubleshooting 8. Electric control functions 46 47 51 54 55 56 64 64

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1. Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 Flexible wiring connection There is a separate terminal in indoor unit, so it is very easy and flexible to connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit. 1.3 Ultra strong rust proof performance, with special cataphoric treatment. 1.4 Optional panels available

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Indoor motor fan Input Capacitor uF ml W uF m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/h.W Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A 0.8 980 20 PG135XIC-4DZ2 8086/8172 765/785 3.52/3.34 20 UP3QE0591-T71 25UF/370V 400 30 1UF/450VAC 330/290/250 36/34/31 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T W uF dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m 70 3/450V 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 29/32 R407C/670 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A m2 10-14 MSB-07CRN2 220~240V~,50Hz 7000 810 3.8 8.6 MSB-07HRN2 220~240V~,50Hz 7000 820 3.7 8.5 7800 840 3.7 2.7 0.8 1020 20 PG135XIC-4DZ2 8086/8172 765/785 3.52/3.34 20 UP3QE0591-T71 25UF/370V 400 30 1UF/450VAC 330/290/250 36/34/31 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T 70 3/450V 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 30/33 R407C/680 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A 10-14 1.0 1300 25 PG180X1C-4DZ3 10800 1015 4.5 25 UP3SE0591-T61 25UF/370V 400 30 1UF/450VAC 410/360/320 39/35/33 900X300X172 1020X390X260 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T 70 3/450V 52 700X535X235 815X580X325 30/33 R407C/780 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A 14-22 MSB-09CRN2 220~240V,~,50Hz 9000 1050 4.6 8.6 MSB-09HRN2 220~240V~,50Hz 9000 1050 4.6 8.6 10000 1050 4.6 2.93 1.0 1300 25 PG180X1C-4DZ3 10800 1015 4.5 25 UP3SE0591-T61 25UF/370V 400 30 1UF/450VAC 410/360/320 39/35/33 900X300X172 1020X390X260 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T 70 3/450V 52 700X535X235 815X580X325 31/34 R407C/830 2.8 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A 14-22 MSB-12HRN2 220~240V,~,50Hz 12000 1370 6.1 8.8 13000 1280 5.6 3.0 1.2 1720 31 PG225X2C-4FT 13000 1300 5.8 31 Internal 35UF/370V 480 35 1.5UF/450VAC 540/480/400 42/40/38 900X300X172 1020X390X260 10/13 YDK25-6C 85 2.5 50 780X540X250 910X575X335 36/40 R407C/730 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A 20-28 1.3 1800 33 PG240X2C-4FT 14000 1400 6.5 33 Internal 35UF/370V 480 35 1.5UF/450VAC 600/500/400 42/39/37 900X300X172 1020X390X260 10/13 YDK25-6C 85 2.5 51 780X540X250 910X575X335 35/39 R407C/730 2.8 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A 20-28 MSB-12CRN2 220~240V~,50Hz 12000 1450 6.4 8.3

Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

Net/Gross weight Outdoor fan motor Capacitor Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Model Input

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Refrigerant piping Max. difference in level Plug type Application area Liquid side/ Vapor side Max. pipe length

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Indoor motor fan Input Capacitor uF ml W uF m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A

MSB-18CRN2 220~240V,~, 50Hz 18000 1980 9.5 9.1,

MSB-18HRN2 220~240V~, 50Hz 18000 1980 9.5 9.1, 20500 1900 9.1 3.2

MSB-21CRN2 220~240V,~, 50Hz 21000 2500 11.2 8.4

MSB-21HRN2 220~240V~, 50Hz 21000 2500 11.2 8.4 24000 2700 11.8 2.6

1.7 2300 41 PG295*2CS-4KU1 18083 1760 8.5 40 Internal 35UF/370V 750 52/46/42 2.5UF/450VAC 810/740/670 43/41/35 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK36-6

1.7 2400 41 PG295*2CS-4KU1 18083 1760 8.5 40 Internal 35UF/370V 750 52/46/42 2.5UF/450VAC 810/740/670 43/41/35 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK36-6 96 2.5F/450V 53 760590285 890655360 41.5/45.5 R407c/1380 2.8 6.35/12.7 15 8 No 30-40

1.9 2400 51 PG330*2CS-4KU1 20130/20267 6756/7182 9.7/10.3 50 Internal 40UF/370V 750 52/46/42 2.5UF/450VAC 900/780/670 43/41/35 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK53-6K 120 3 56 845X695X335 970X770X395 50/55 R407C/1300 2.8 6.35/12.7 20 10 No 34-49

1.9 2500 51 PG330*2CS-4KU1 20130/20267 6756/7182 9.7/10.3 50 Internal 40UF/370V 750 52/46/42 2.5UF/450VAC 900/780/670 43/41/35 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK53-6K 115 2.5 56 845X695X335 970X770X395 55/60 R407C/2050 2.8 6.35/12.7 20 10 No 34-49

Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

Net/Gross weight Outdoor fan motor Capacitor Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Model Input

W uF dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m

96 2.5F/450V 53 760590285 890655360 41/45 R407c/1380 2.8 6.35/12.7 15 8 No

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Refrigerant piping Max. difference in level Plug type Application area Liquid side/ Vapor side Max. pipe length

m2

30-40

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Input Indoor fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) uF ml W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg W uF dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Vapor side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Application area mm(inch) m m m2 Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/h.W Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A

MSB-24CRN2
220~240V,~, 50Hz

MSB-24HRN2
220~240V~, 50Hz

MSB-30CRN2
220~240V,~, 50Hz

MSB-30HRN2
220~240V~, 50Hz

24000 2900 13.5 8.3

24000 2900 13.5 8.3 27000 3000 14.0 2.6

28000 3400 15.5 8.2

28000 3400 15.5 8.2 31000 3600 16.5 2.5

2.2 3200 55

2.2 3200 55

2.4 3800 65 HQ034PAA 28900 2833 12.8 65 Internal 40 750 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1000/880/750 44/41/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 169 5 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 63/68 R407C/1800 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 10 50~68

2.4 3800 65 HQ034PAA 28900 2833 12.8 65 Internal 40 750 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1000/880/750 44/41/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 169 5 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 64/69 R407C/1850 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 10 50~68

PG420X3CS-4KU1 PG420X3CS-4KU1 23400 2317 10.1 54 Internal 45 650 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1000/880/750 44/41/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 140 3.5 55 845X695X335 970X770X395 61/66 R407C/1850 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 10 40~56 23400 2317 10.1 54 Internal 45 650 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1000/880/750 44/41/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 140 3.5 55 845X695X335 970X770X395 62/67 R407C/1900 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 101 40~56

Net/Gross weight Outdoor fan motor Outdoor noise level Input Capacitor

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A

MSB-30CRN2 3Ph,380-420V,50Hz 28000 3300 5.8 8.5

MSB-30HRN2 3Ph,380-420V,50Hz 28000 3300 5.8 8.5 31000 3300 5.8 2.8

2.8 3800 7.5 40 HQ034YAA Scroll LG 29000/29200 2760/2835 5.8/6.2 40 Internal

2.8 3800 7.5 40 HQ034YAA Scroll LG 29000/29200 2760/2835 5.8/6.2 40 Internal

750 YDK32-4 Welling 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1000/880/750 44/41/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 YDK100-6D Welling

750 YDK32-4 Welling 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1000/880/750 44/41/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 YDK100-6D Welling 169 5 900 2600 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 64/69 R407C/1850 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 10 No No Electronic control 17-30 7-45 50~68

Net/Gross weight Model Brand Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Connection wiring Plug type Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m

169 5 900 2600 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 63/68 R407C/1800 2.8 9.53/16.0 20 10 No No Electronic control

m2

17-30 18-45 50~68

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit 3.1.1 Indoor unit(7000-9000Btu/h) (7000-9000Btu/h)

3.1.2 Indoor unit(12000Btu/h)

3.1.3 Indoor unit(18000-21000Btu/h)

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3.1.4 Indoor unit(24000-30000Btu/h)

3.2 Outdoor unit 3.2.1 Outdoor unit (7000-9000Btu/h)

3.2.2 Outdoor unit (12000Btu/h)

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3.2.3 Outdoor unit (18000Btu/h)


285 750

62

315

290

530

110

3.2.4 Outdoor unit (21000-30000Btu/h)

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12.5

590

4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1Heating/cooling


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

drier

filter

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

drier

filter

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5. Operation limits 5.1 Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

DRY

COOLING

10 15 20 Indoor air temp. DB

25

30

35

40

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2 Heating operation


Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 Outdoor unit air temp. DB

15

25

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

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6.Wiring diagram 6.1.1 MSB-07CRN2, MSB-09CRN2

INDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR UNIT

Y G

6.1.2 MSB-12CRN2

INDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR UNIT

O ER OAD RE AY AC COMPRESSOR C Y G S

Y G
RED R UE

Y G FAN CAPACITOR

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

N
Y G AC AC RED RED FAN RED MOTOR Y G UE FAN CAPACITOR

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

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6.1.3 MSB-18CRN2MSB-21CRN2

6.1.4 MSG-24CRN2,MSG-30CRN2
AN CA ACI OR

CN1

R D

R D B AC

CN11

CN3

CN2

BLACK

RED

Y&G

BRO N


CN10 CN5 CN13

CN9

MAIN BOARD

INDOOR AN

O O

DOOR

NI

POWER

RAN

ORMER

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6.1.5

MSG-30CRN2 (380V,50Hz)

A N

1 2

3 4

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6.2.1 MSB-07HRN2,MSB-09HRN2

6.2.2 MSB-12HRN2

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6.2.3 MSB-18HRN2

TO INDOOR UNIT

RED

BLUE

BLUE 4-WAY BLACK

Y&G

BLACK

BLACK

COMPRESSOR

C BLUE R S WHITE COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR FAN MOTOR RED

Y/G

BLUE FAN CAPACITOR

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6.2.4 MSB-21HRN2

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6.2.5 MSB-24HRN2, MSB-30HRN2

A1

A2

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6.2.6 MSB-30HRN2 (380V,50Hz)

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7.Troubleshooting 7.1 7000Btu/h-12000Btu/h


7.1.1 For all cooling only model
Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEPROM error No over-zero signal

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.1.2 For all heat pump model


Failure phenomenon Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute No over-zero signal Temp. sensor on indoor evaporator is open circuit or short circuit Indoor room temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error Operation lamp X X X On Timer lamp X X Defrosting lamp X X

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

7.2 18000Btu/h-30000Btu/h
LED status Operation indicator, time indicator, Defrosting (fan indicator, for cooling only type)indicator flicker at 5Hz Time indicator flickers at 5Hz Operation indicator flickers at 5Hz Defrosting indicator flickers at 5Hz Operation indicator, time indicator, indicator flicker at 5Hz Defrosting indicator, auto indicator flicker at 5Hz Outdoor unit protects the room temperature sensor o is open or short the evaporator temperature sensor is open or short the condenser temperature sensor is open or short EEPROM error Four times Current protection (PRCUR1) 5Hz

8. Electric control functions Electric control functions are the same as Bright Star Series.

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BRIGHT STAR SERIES (Capacity more than 18000Btu/h) 1. Features 1.1 The evaporator employs a 2-bend structure which enlarges the heat exchange surface. 1.2 With three grilles, the outlet frame and the base plate are integrally designed and of easy installation. 1.3 The front panel is tightly fixed with the front frame by simply buckling the latter with a buckle mechanism on the panel. 1.4 The manual force switch employs comfortable switch push buttons.
1.5 Large diameter, 2-segment cross flow fan is installed, with wider air outlet, well-distributed

air and low noise.

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2. Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A 1.8 2040 9.8 36 SHY33MC2-UU Rotary 17620 1725 8.1 36 Internal 50 600 YDK32-4Z 52/46/42 2.5/450V 1420/1320/1180 810/770/720 43/41/39 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK36-6 WELLING W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Operation temp Ambient temp Application area mm(inch) m m m2 96 2.5F/450V 900 1900 53 780X540X250 910X575X335 43/47 1110 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 17-30 18-45 30-40 MSB-18CR 220-240V,~,50Hz 18000 1950 8.9 9.2 MSB-18HR 220-240V~,50Hz 18000 1950 8.9 9.2 20500 1930 8.8 3.1 1.8 2080 10 36 SHY33MC2-UU Rotary 17620 1725 8.1 36 Internal 50 600 YDK32-4Z 52/46/42 2.5/450V 1420/1320/1180 810/770/720 43/41/39 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK36-6 WELLING 96 2.5F/450V 900 1900 53 780X540X250 910X575X335 44/48 1370 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 17-30 7-45 30-40 2.0 2600 12.0 49 SHW33TC4-U Rotary 20440 1990 9.3 49 Internal 50 600 YDK32-4H 52/46.5/46.5 2.5/450V 1410/1330/1250 920/800/720 43/40/36 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK53-6C1 Welling 120 5 700 2000 55 845X695X335 970X770X395 50/55 R22/1120 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 17-30 18-45 34~49 MSB-21CR 220-240V,~,50Hz 21000 2400 11 8.8 MSB-21HR 220-240V~,50Hz 21000 2400 11 8.8 23500 2500 11.5 2.8 2.0 3100 15.6 49 SHW33TC4-U Rotary 20440 1990 9.3 49 Internal 50 600 YDK32-4H 52/46.5/46.5 2.5/450V 1410/1330/1250 920/800/720 43/40/36 1025X315X210 1150X395X298 14/18 YDK53-6C1 Welling 120 5 700 2000 55 845X695X335 970X770X395 55/60 R22/1850 2.6 6.35/12.7 15 8 17-30 7-45 34~49

Net/Gross weight Model Brand Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max input consumption Max current Starting current Model Type Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A

MSB-24CR 220-240V~,50Hz 24000 2700 13.5 8.9

MSB-24HR 220-240V~,50Hz 24000 2700 13.5 8.9 27000 2700 13.5 2.9

MSB-30CR 220-240V~,50Hz 28000 3200 14.6 8.7

MSB-30HR 220-240V~,50Hz 28000 3200 14.6 8.7 31000 3500 16.0 2.6

22 2900 15 0 54 QP407PT24C Rotary 23400 2317 10.1 54 Internal 45 650 YDK32-4 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1050/950/855 45/42/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 YDK53-6K Welling

22 3000 16 0 54 QP407PT24C Rotary 23400 2317 10.1 54 Internal 45 650 YDK32-4 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1050/950/855 45/42/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 YDK53-6K Welling 130 3 750 2500 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 62/67 R22/2100 2.6 9.53/16.0 20 10 1 17-30 7-45 40~56

24 3600 19 0 76 ZR34KH-PFJ-522 Scroll 28800 2520 12.1 76 Internal 50 1242 YDK32-4 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1200/1050/855 45/42/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 YDK53-6K Welling 140 3.5 800 2500 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 67/72 R22/2230 2.6 9.53/16.0 20 10 1 17-30 18-45 50~68

24 3500 18 0 76 ZR34KH-PFJ-522 Scroll 28800 2520 12.1 76 Internal 50 1242 YDK32-4 55 2.5 1350/1220/1100 1200/1050/855 45/42/39 1190X320X205 1265X445X320 20/25 YDK53-6K Welling 140 3.5 800 2500 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 69/74 R22/2530 2.6 9.53/16.0 20 10 1 17-30 7-45 50~68

Net/Gross weight Model Brand Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Connection wiring Operation temp Ambient temp Application area

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m

130 3 750 2500 57 845X695X335 970X770X395 60/65 R22/1950 2.6 9.53/16.0 20 10 1

m2

17-30 18-45 40~56

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3. Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit(18000-21000Btu/h)

3.2 Indoor unit(24000-30000Btu/h)

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3.3 Outdoor unit (18000)

3.4 Indoor unit(21000-30000Btu/h)

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12.5

4. Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Heating and cooling


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger Sensor of heat

Sensor of heat exchanger temp

exchanger temp

Compressor

Valve

Capillary

Reservoir

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5. Operation limits 5.1 Cooling operation


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

10 Indoor air temp. DB

15

20

25

30

35

Note :The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2 Heating operation


Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 5 15 25 Outdoor unit air temp. DB Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
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6. Wiring diagram 6.1 MSB-18CR, MSB-21CR

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6.2 MSB-24CR, MSB-30CR

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6.3MSB-18HR,

TO INDOOR UNIT

RED

BLUE

BLUE 4-WAY BLACK

Y&G

BLACK

BLACK

COMPRESSOR

C BLUE R S WHITE COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR FAN MOTOR RED

Y/G

BLUE FAN CAPACITOR

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6.4 MSB-21HR

38

6.5 MSB-24HR, MSB-30HR

A1

A2

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7.

Troubleshooting
LED status

Operation indicator, time indicator, Defrosting (fan indicator, for cooling only type)indicator flicker at 5Hz Time indicator flickers at 5Hz Operation indicator flickers at 5Hz Defrosting indicator flickers at 5Hz Operation indicator, time indicator, indicator flicker at 5Hz Defrosting indicator, auto indicator flicker at 5Hz

Four times Current protection (PRCUR1)

5Hz

the room temperature sensor o is open or short the evaporator temperature sensor is open or short the condenser temperature sensor is open or short EEPROM error Outdoor unit protects

8. Electronic Control Principle of Large Cooling Capacity Split Model A/C 8.1 Fan only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto 8.2 Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition Temp. up T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 Temp. down T> Ts T<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off Indoor fan speed Low Med. High High Med. Low

Auto fan
Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Temp. up T<4 4<T<5 T>5 Temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator


Condition Temp. Temp. up T> TE6 T< TE6 Temp. down T> TE5 T< TE5 >4 Minutes Time On Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

Condenser high temp. protection( only for heat pump)


Temp. Condition Temp. up Temp. down T> TE10 T< TE10 T> TE11 T< TE11 Compressor Off On Off On

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8.3 Dehumidifying mode 8.3.1 Indoor fan speed at low speed. 8.3.2 Protection is same as cooling mode. 8.1 Heating mode 8.4.1 Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. 8.4.2 Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. 8.4.3 Action conditions of compressor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+4 T<Ts+4 Room temp. down T< Ts+3 T>Ts+3 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.4.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Auto wind
Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room Room temp. up temp. down T<2 T>2 T> 0 T<0 Med. speed Low speed. Low speed. Med. speed Indoor fan speed

Anti-cold wind function 1.


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE3 TE4<T<TE3 T>TE4 T=evaporator pipe sensor temp. Room Room temp. up temp. down T<TE14+2 T> TE14+2 T> TE14 T< TE14 Off Low speed Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Low speed Off Indoor fan speed Low speed or stop Setting speed. Setting speed. Stop after 15 seconds Low speed Indoor fan speed

Anti- cold air protection 2( when the room temp. satisfy the setting temp.)

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan

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8.5 8.5.1

Defrosting mode Conditions of defrost: Defrosting starts when either of the following : T3 lower than 0c, lasts for more than 40 minutes, provided that the time period when the temperature is lower than -3c consecutively reaches 3 minutes. Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes Conditions of defrost ending: Defrosting ends when either of the following : The time gets to 10 minutes; T3>20c Time sequence of the whole defrosting procedure is as follows:
Defrost 10or 6minutes 55S Compressor 4-way Valve 50S Outdoor Fan Indoor Fan 15S 50S 55S

. 8.5.2

8.5.3

Remark: when the evaporator pipe sensor temp. more than TE16, The indoor fan start to run. 8.6 8.6.1 Auto mode When running in automatic mode, the air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or ventilation according to the difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Air-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.6.2 8.6.3

At auto mode, the indoor fan blows automatically in selected mode. One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the setting temp. changed Economic mode Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed. Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes priority over all). Manual operation Manual operation is controlled by touching buttons and divided into force cooling and forced auto mode. It transfers between these two modes by pressing the buttons, the cycling order of the button press is:
Remote mode Forced auto 42 Forced cooling

8.7

8.8

8.8.1 Forced Cooling 8.8.1.1 In forced cooling mode, the remote signal is not accepted. 8.8.1.2 When entering the forced cooling mode, the operating light is turned on. The buzzer buzzes twice, each lasts 0.5 second with 0.5 second interval. 8.8.1.3 The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates in the forced auto mode under the requirements of the forced auto mode. 8.8.1.4 During the start-up and operation, all of the following protecting functions work: 8.8.1.5 minutes start-up delay protection, overload protection, outdoor protection, evaporator Protection against low temperature. If any of the protection functions, the comparative protecting action is executed. The forced cooling mode is closed by one touch on the button, meanwhile the operation light is off, the buzzer buzzes lasts for 1 seconds, then A/C turns to be closedown status. 8.8.2. Forced Auto 8.8.2.1 Remote control signal can be received in forced auto mode. When receiving the signals, the forced auto mode will be canceled and the A/C changes to remote control status and performs operation as the signals indicates. 8.8.2.2 When entering the forced auto mode, the operation light and auto light are on. The buzzer buzzes for 0.5 second. 8.8.2.3 The system performs control according to the remote control auto mode with a set temperature of 24c. 8.9 8.10 8.10.1 8.10.2 8.10.3 8.10.4 Timer 24 hours timer on or off. Protecting Function Compress with a delay of 3 minutes. Sensor open and break protection EEPROM error protection. Current protection function.
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN I< IRESTORE On Low speed On Indoor fan On On Low speed Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

8.11 Auto restart Function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before power failure when power returns.

the

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8.12

Models and Parameters


MSB-18CR 21A 19A 17A 16A MSB-18HR 21A 19A 17A 16A 35 37 33 25 2 10 63 56 49 65 60 32 MSB-21CR 20.0A 18.0A 14A 12A MSB-21HR 20.0A 18.0A 14A 12A 25 32 30 20 2 12 63 54 50 65 55 32 MSB-24CR MSB-30CR 24.0A 22.0A 18.0A 16A MSB-24HR MSB-30HR 24.0A 22.0A 18.0A 16A 28 32 30 20 2 12 63 54 50 65 55 32

Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 TE10 TE11 TE14

2 10

2 12

2 12

Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 TE10 TE11 TE14

MSB-18CRN2 19.5A 17A 14A 16A

MSB-18HRN2 19.5A 17A 14A 16A 34 37 33 25 2 10 63 56 49 65 60 32

MSB-21CRN2 20.0A 18.0A 14A 12A

MSB-21HRN2 20.0A 18.0A 14A 12A 25 32 30 20 2 12 63 54 50 65 55 32

MSB-24CRN2 MSB-30CRN2 24.0A 22.0A 18.0A 16A

MSB-24HRN2 MSB-30HRN2 24.0A 22.0A 18.0A 16A 28 32 30 20 2 12 63 54 50 65 55 32

2 10

2 12

2 12

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BRIGHT STAR SERIES(Capacity less than 18000Btu/h) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Features Specification Dimensions Refrigeration cycle diagram Operation limits Wiring diagram Troubleshooting Electric control functions 9 10 12 14 15 16 20 20

BRIGHT STAR SERIES(Capacity more than 18000Btu/h) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Features Specification Dimensions Refrigeration cycle diagram Operation limits Wiring diagram Troubleshooting Electric control functions 28 29 31 33 34 35 40 40

1. Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 Flexible wiring connection There is a separate terminal in indoor unit, so it is very easy and flexible to connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit. 1.3 Ultra strong rust proof performance, with special cataphoric treatment. 1.4 Optional panels available

2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Input Cooling Rated current EER Capacity Input Heating Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Type Compressor Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Input Indoor fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg 1/450V 1350/1200/1100 300/260/220 32/29/26 785X265X150 865X340X228 7/9 YDK24-6T W uF r/min dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Vapor side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Plug type Thermostat type Application area m2 mm(inch) m m 70 3/450V 850 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 26/29 R22/420 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A Electronic control 8-12 1/450V 1350/1200/1100 300/260/220 32/29/26 785X265X150 865X340X228 7/9 YDK24-6T 70 3/450V 850 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 27/30 R22/470 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A Electronic control 8-12 1/450V 1500/1350/1200 330/290/250 34/31/29 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T 70 3/450V 850 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 27/30 R22/550 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A Electronic control 10-14 1/450V 1450/1300/1200 330/290/250 34/31/29 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T 70 3/450V 850 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 28/31 R22/560 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A Electronic control 10-14 1/450V 1920/1700/1500 410/360/320 39/ 36/ 33 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T 70 3/450V 850 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 29/32 R22/570 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A Electronic control 14-21 W uF ml A W/W L/h W A 0.6 820 14 KH104VFHC Rotary BF540-KB 15/370V 270 R2PG20A 30 2.7 2.7 0.6 820 14 KH104VFHC Rotary BF540-KB 15/370V 270 R2PG20A 30 0.8 1100 18 2P14C235ANA Rotary MRA98854 25/370V 270 R2PG20A 30 3.4 2.9 0.8 1100 18 2P14C235ANA Rotary MRA98854 25/370V 270 R2PG20A 30 1.0 1300 25 PH170X1C-4DZ2 Rotary UP3QE0591-T61(internal) 25/370V SUNISO 350 A Btu/w.h Btu/h W 2.7 8.3 2.6 8.6 5500 600 3.6 8.9 3.5 9.0 7500 760 4.5 9.0 Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W MSB-05CR 220-240V,50HZ 5000 600 MSB-05HR 220-240V,50HZ 5000 580 MSB-07CR 220-240V,50HZ 7000 790 MSB-07HR 220-240V,50HZ 7000 780 MSB-09CR 220-240V,50HZ 9000 1000

R2PG20A 30

Net/Gross weight Model Input Outdoor fan motor Capacitor Speed Outdoor noise level

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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Model Power supply Capacity Input Cooling Rated current EER Capacity Input Heating Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Starting current Model Type Compressor Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Input Indoor fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg W uF ml A W/W L/h W A A Btu/w.h Btu/h W Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W

MSB-09HR 220-240V,50HZ 9000 980 4.4 9.2 9500 960 4.3 2.9 1.0 1250 25 PH170X1C-4DZ2 Rotary UP3QE0591-T61(internal) 25/370V SUNISO 350

MSB-12CR 220-240V,50HZ 12000 1250 5.6 9.6

MSB-12HR 220-240V,50HZ 12000 1300 5.8 9.2 13000 1300 5.8 2.9

1.2 1300 28 PH200X2C-4FT Rotary UP3QE0591-T51(internal) 25/370V SUNISO 4GSD 440

1.2 1400 35 PH225X2C-4FT Rotary UP3RE0591-T56(internal) 35/370V SUNISO 4GSD 480

R2PG20A 30 1/450V 1920/1700/1500 410/360/320 39/ 36/ 33 785X265X150 865X340X228 7.5/9.5 YDK24-6T W uF r/min dB(A) 70 3/450V 850 49 700X535X235 815X580X325 30/33 R22/620 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 5 10A m2 14-21

RPG13C/RPG13C-ZWL 44 1.5/450V 1300/1200/1060 540/500/440 39/37/34 900X300X172 1020X390X260 10/13 YDK24-6 72 2.5/450V 850 51 780X540X250 910X575X335 34/38 R22/780 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A 18-26

RPG13C/RPG13C-ZWL 44 1.5/450V 1300/1200/1060 540/500/440 39/37/34 900X300X172 1020X390X260 10/13 YDK25-6C 85 2.5/450V 900 51 780X540X250 910X575X335 36/40 R22/750 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 5 16A 18-26

Net/Gross weight Model Input Outdoor fan motor Capacitor Speed Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D)

mm mm Kg g MPa

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type Design pressure Liquid side/ Vapor side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Plug type Application area

mm(inch) m m

1 The noise date is base on anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit 5000-9000Btu/h

12000Btu/h

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3.2 Outdoor unit (5000-9000Btu/h)

3.3 Outdoor unit (12000Btu/h)

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4.Refrigeration cycle diagram 4.1 Cooling/heating


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp . 4 way valve

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

4.2 Cooling only


Indoor unit outdoor unit

Valve Sensor of room temp .

Heat exchanger

Heat exchanger

Sensor of heat exchanger temp . Compressor

Valve

Capillary

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5.Operation limits 5.1Cooling operation(Less than 18000Btu/h)


Outdoor unit air temp. DB 45 40 35 30 25 20

DRY

COOLING

10 15 20 Indoor air temp. DB

25

30

35

40

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

5.2 Heating operation


Indoor air temp. DB 30 25 20 15 10 5

-5 Outdoor unit air temp. DB

15

25

Note : The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions. However, excludes the initial pull-down stage.

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6.Wiring diagram 6.1 Cooling only


5000-9000Btu/h

12000Btu/h

16

Y G

K C A L B D E R K C A L B D A Y O A L L R E E R V O

D E R

FAN CAPACITOR

T I N U R O O D T U O

INDOOR UNIT

D K R E C A L B C R O S S E R P M O C

E R U L B S Y G

Outdoor unit

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

) N ( 2 1

Y G

D E R R O NT A O F M

E U L B

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6.2 Heating/cooling
5000-9000Btu/h

12000Btu/h

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Outdoor unit

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7.Troubleshooting(Capacity less than 18000Btu/h)


7.1 For all cooling only model
Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEPROM error No over-zero signal

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz 7.2 For all heat pump model


Failure phenomenon Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute No over-zero signal Temp. sensor on indoor evaporator is open circuit or short circuit Indoor room temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error Operation lamp X X X On Timer lamp X X Defrosting lamp X X

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

8. Electric control functions 8.1 Electric Control working environment 8.1.1 Input voltage: 175~253V 8.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 8.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C 8.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 8.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 8.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 8.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 8.1.8 Compressor: single-phase power supply. Its normal working amp is less than 15A 8.2 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller I3sec: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue three seconds until turns off the compressor. I5MIN: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue five minutes until turns off the compressor. IFAN: Self-protection amp of outdoor fan/indoor fans when they change from higher wind to lower wind. IRESTORE: Amp self-protection return value
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THDEFROST: High wind, defrosting temperature difference TMDEFROST: Middle wind, defrosting temperature difference TLDEFROST: Low wind, defrosting temperature difference TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature 8.3 Systematic functions Remote receiving Testing and forced run Position set for indoor unit wind flap. LED displaying and alarm On or off Timer Protection for the compressor Current protection High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger at heating mode Auto defrosting and heating recovery at heating mode Anti-cold air at heating mode Anti-frozen at heating mode 8.4 Protection 8.4.1 The compressor functions protection with a delay of three minutes. 8.4.2 Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection 8.4.3 Temperature Fuse break protection 8.4.4 Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 8.4.5 Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes(4 seconds in quick check), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 8.4.6 The current protection of the compressor.

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8.4.7
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN Indoor fan On On Low speed IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN On Low speed I< IRESTORE On Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

If compressor turns off for continuously 4 times due to Current protection in 5 minutes from Compressor On, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically.

8.5 8.6

Fan-only mode Fan speed can be set to high/mid/low/ Auto. Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition Temp. up Temp. down T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 T> Ts T<Ts Compressor On Off On Off Outdoor fan On Off On Off Indoor fan speed

Auto fan
Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Temp. up T<3 3<T<5 T>5 Temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1 Low Med. High High Med. Low

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator


Condition Temp. Temp. up Temp. down T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5 Time

( T: evaporator temp. )
Compressor On Outdoor fan On Off On Off

>5 Minutes

Off On Off

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8.7 8.7.1 8.7.2

Dehumidifying mode The 4-way valve is off at dehumidifying mode Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode
NO Conditions TA TS+2 Indoor Fan LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE Compressor and Outdoor Fan ON 6 minutes OFF 4minutes ON 5minutes OFF 5minutes ON 4minutes OFF 6minutes

TS TATS+2

TA TS

Repeat on and off cycle. 8.7.3 Low room temperature protection:, When room temperature decreases to below 10, compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13. 8.7.4 At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode.

8.8 8.8.1

8.8.2 8.8.3

Heating mode Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. Action of compressor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up Room temp. down T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.8.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails.

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Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> TE3 TE3<T<TE4 T<TE4

Indoor fan speed

Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off

Auto wind
Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<2 T>2 Room temp. down T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan

8.9 8.9.1

Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: Defrosting starts when either of the following &: A and B are satisfied: A: The compressor keeps running for 40 minutes or more. B: The temperature difference of evaporator and room temperature meets one of the following:
Temp. of evaporator---room temp. Fan speed is high Fan speed is mid Fan speed is low Breeze THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST Meet only if it is Breeze

Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes.

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8.9.2

Defrosting time If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for less than 40 minutes, this can be regarded as severe frosting. The defrosting time is 10 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for more than 40 minutes, the defrosting time is 6 minutes.
If the temp. difference condition is satisfied out of 40 minutes, generally the defrosting time is 6 minutes, after three continuous 6-minute defrosting time, the fourth defrosting time is 10 minutes . The circulation is as following:
6-minute defrost6-minute defrost6-minute defrost10-minute defrost

8.9.3 Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating mode: The defrost time has reached to 6 or 10 minutes. The compressor current has reached to IDEFROST or above, IDEROST differs in different models. 8.9.4 Defrosting Actions:
Defrost 10or 6minutes

45S
Compressor

25S

4-way Valve

23S 40S

Outdoor Fan

Indoor Fan

10S

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8.10 Automatic operation mode When running in automatic mode, the air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TATS+2 TATS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

at auto mode, the indoor fan blows automatically in selected mode. 8.11 Forced cooling function A: Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. B: The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates at DRY mode with a set temp. of 24. C: All protections of remote control cooling are available at forced cooling operation. 8.12 Forced Auto function A: Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. B: In forced auto status the A/C operates at remote control mode with a set temp. of 24. 8.13 Timer Function 8.14 Economic Running Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed. Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes priority over all). Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with the selected running mode by the auto mode.

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8.15 Models and Parameters


Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST 100 0 2 7 MSB-07CR 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A MSB-07HR 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A 3.2A 28 32 30 20 2 7 60 53 50 200 45 100 14 15 16 100 0 2 7 MSB-09CR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A MSB-09HR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 4.5A 28 32 30 20 2 7 60 53 50 200 45 100 14 15 16 2 7 MSB-12CR 11.0A 10.0A 8.0A 6.0A MSB-12HR 11.0A 10.0A 8.0A 6.0A 5.5A 28 32 30 20 2 7

60 53 50 0 100 200 45 100


14 15 16

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The service rules of the R407C product The service rules of the R410A product 1. The service rules of the new refrigerant R407C product Midea uses the green refrigerant R407C firstly in China. Its thermal characters are similar to R22, but there is little difference between them. 1.1 The main difference between R407C and R22: R407C HFC32/125/134a 23/25/52 1136 0.835 1.554 499 2112 4.3-7.1 92-97 106 97 Fat oil R22 HCFC22 100 1191 0.622 1.256 498 1943 0 100 100 100 Mineral oil

Component The ratio of mix Wt The saturation liquid density Kg/m3 Specific heat Normal pressure kj/kg.k The saturation liquid kj/kg.k Evaporating pressure kpa Condensing pressure kpa Temperature slippage Heating capacity w Input power w COP The consistent with the oil

1.2 Service precautions: 1.2.1 Because R407C is a mixture composed of three kinds of matter, when vapor phase and liquid phase coexist, the component of the vapor phase is different from the liquid phase. When we fill the refrigerant, we must ensure to fill it in liquid phase, in order to maintain the stability of the character. 1.2.2 The leakage of the refrigerant is from vapor side or liquid side, and the leakage from vapor side could make the component change and impact the character seriously. So when the amount of the leakage is up to 5%, we need discharge all refrigerant in the system, and fill liquid refrigerant according to amount in nameplate. 1.2.3 Because the lubricant fit for refrigerant R407C is ester refrigerating engine oil (POE) or ether refrigerating engine oil (PVE). The mineral lubricant fit for refrigerant CFC and HCFC is weak in consistent with the HFC, and it doesnt fit for the refrigerant HFC. So when the compressor using new refrigerant R407C is worn out, to replace it by compressor of CFC or HCFC is forbidden. 1.2.4 When the connection of the refrigerant pipe is finished, before the system start up we should vacuum the indoor unit by cut-off valve or discharge the indoor unit air by refrigerant R407C bottle. Discharged the air in system by outdoor unit refrigerant is forbidden. 1.2.5 Ester oil could adsorb the water in the air. In order to removemoisture in refrigeration system, avoid capillary jammed by ice and the ester lubricant oil decomposed with water, we use desiccant in system. Artificial zeolite (molecular sieve R etc.) is the effective water sorbent. Toavoid absorb refrigerant but only absorbmoisture, we use the molecular sieve whose aperture is smaller than the molecule of the refrigerant. For R407C we should adopt XH-11 rather than XH-9AK and 4A-NRG. 1.2.6 Because the corrosion of R407C and POE to high molecular material is different from R22 and mineral oil, the airproof material inside high/low pressure valve and foul-way valve needs to be changed in refrigeration system, such as R407C, polyurethane rubber etc. The high/low pressure valve and four-way valve which are fit for R22 couldnt be used in service. 1.2.7 When there is leakage, filling with other kind of refrigerant is forbidden. 1.2.8 When we need to vacuum the system, we should use the special quick joint, but use the quick joint of other refrigerant is forbidden lest pollute by mixing refrigerant. The time for vacuuming is
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about 30 minutes, and vacuity is less than 133Pa. 1.3 Precautions: 1.3.1 Regulations Being liquefied vapor, R-407C and R-410A are high-pressure vapor, the high-pressure gas regulation is applicable. Before use it, please refer to high-pressure gas regulation. To prevent the high-pressure vapor from causing damage, the regulation should be followed. 1.3.2 Usage of vessel Being high-pressure vapor, R-407C and R-410A are contained in high-pressure vessel. The safety condition of vessel is good, but if you dont use it carefully, you may damage the vessel and cause accident. 1.3.3 Storage Although R-407C and R-410A are nonflammable, when they are stored with the normal high-pressure gas, we should place them in the good ventilation area. In addition, there are safe devices in the high-pressure vessel. Please note that when the temperature (fusible valve) or pressure (spring safe valve) is up to a certain value, it will eject vapor. 1.3.4 Ventilation Because R-407C and R-410A are heavier then air, they will go down. If room is full of the leakage vapor, the density of oxygen will decrease, and cause people suffocated. In addition, if you light the fire when there is R-407C in the air, it will produce the toxic gas with pungent odor and corrosiveness. 1.3.5 Precautions about health For R-407C, R-410A and normal liquefied high-pressure vapor, please dont contact with skin directly, and prevent being splashed into eyes and avoid drinking. 1.3.6 The following are the urgent disposal methods: Splash into eyes: Wash eyes with pure water for more than 15 minutes, and dont knead the eyes or blink. Please wash eyes with watery boric acid water if the ache gets heavy. To avoid the accident, please ensure that you wear the protection glasses. Contact with skin directly The temperature will decrease rapidly by evaporation if R-407C and R-410A expose to air in liquid phase. So if the liquid contacts with skin directly, it may cause frostbite. If there are freeze burns, please go to see the doctor immediately. 2. The service rules of the R410A product 2.1 There are some differences between air conditioner of R410A s and that of R22: 2.1.1 The compressor used is different, it is a new refrigerant compressor (special); 2.1.2 The air conditioner of new refrigerant R410A has a drier, while the A/C of R22 doesnt have. 2.1.3 There is no difference between the evaporator, condenser and system pipe of new refrigerant R410A A/C and that of R22 A/C in appearance. The requirement of new refrigerant R410A A/C for craft is higher, and the amount of moisture and impurity in the system is less than that of A/C using R22. The resistance to pressure is higher. 2.1.4 The manufacture process is different, the requirement of air conditioner using R410A for craft is high. 2.2 Refrigerant system: 2.2.1 The high pressure of refrigerant system is 3.0 Mpa, and the low pressure is 1.2 Mpa. (The value is 1.5 times more than that of R22 under the same condition) 2.2.2 When installing the split type of new refrigerant R410A, all connecting pipes must be special pipes of R410A. Discharging air must use refrigerant R410A, and couldnt misuse the connecting pipe and refrigerant of A/C using R22. Otherwise, it will destroy the stability of A/C. 2.2.3 Because the compressor of refrigerant R410A split type uses POE oil, which can react with moisture to form water and acid. The water produced by reaction could react further, and if the
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chain reaction proceeds continually, the water in the system will be more and more. It will cause the capillary ice blocking; at the same time, acidity of working substance circulated in the system will be higher and higher (the value of PH is lower and lower), and it may corrode the components and parts in the system. The phenomenon of copperizing would happen. When installing A/C, the action should be prompt, and after opening the plug of connecting pipe we must tighten the nut in 5 minutes. The time of discharging air should be enough. When installing A/C, the sweat drops into the connecting pipe is forbidden; the infusible impurity mixed in the system is forbidden. It is better to install the A/C of refrigerant R410A split type in fine weather, do not do it in rainy day, nor humid weather. 2.2.4 The chlorine ion could react with POE oil to form acid, and the acid corrodes the components and parts of refrigerant system. So pollute the system with chlorine ion in installation is forbidden, such as sweat beads and other impurities that contain chlorine ion. 2.2.5 Whatever the reason we must change the drier, if the refrigerant system is exscinded in service, after we exscind the refrigerant system, we must use something to wrap the fracture lest the moisture in air enters into the system. The time that refrigerant system expose to air should be less than 5 minutes. 2.2.6 Must weld the drier into system in 5 minutes in order to isolate the air when changing it. Otherwise it will influence the performance of the drier. 2.2.7 Must use special pump after service. The lubricant should be the grease. The pump couldnt be used to vacuum the A/C of refrigerant R22, otherwise it would cause the contamination of refrigerant, and influence the performance of A/C. The time of vacuuming must be over 25 minutes, Otherwise the moisture in system will be too high, and affect the stability of A/C. 2.2.8 If need to change the components and parts, must use the special one of R410A in service. Using the components and parts of R22 is forbidden; otherwise it would affect the stability of A/C. The refrigerant R410A should be placed in environment under 30. If the refrigerant has been placed in environment above 30, it is necessary to store the refrigerant in the environment below 30 for more than 24 hours. Otherwise the component of refrigerant would be changed and it affects the performance of A/C.

Diagnostic Chart(5000Btu/h-12000Btu/h) 1. Self-diagnose the failure Midea units have self-diagnose function. Note: for the following series
BRIGHT STAR SERIES,BRIGHT ECO SERIES; GLORY STAR SERIES,GLORY ECO SERIES; LIGHT STAR SERIES.

2. After energizing, no indicator is lighted and the air conditioner cant be operated.
After energizing, the air conditioner cant be operated

Check if AC220V power supply outputs to Indoor PCB.

Yes
Check if AC220V exists at the primary coil of transformer.

Yes

No
Indoor PCB is defective Or current fuse is melt.

Check if AC14.5V exists at the secondary coil of transformer.

No
Take off the secondary plug of transformer, and then check if AC14.5V exists at the secondary coil of transformer.

Yes Yes

No
The transformer is defective. Indoor PCB is defective

3. Resetting phenomenon often occurs during operation. (That is automatically entering to the status when power is on.) The reason is that the instantaneous voltage of main chip is less than 4.5V. Check according to the following procedure:
Resetting phenomenon often occurs during operation.

After changing Indoor PCB, check if the failure releases.

No
After changing indoor fan motor, check if the failure releases.

Yes
Indoor PCB is defective

No
Power supply circuit has problems.

4. Failure phenomenon for cooling only type


Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEPROM error Operation lamp X On Timer lamp X On

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

4.1 Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp off.


Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp off.
Yes

Change the main control board

4.2 Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp on.


Is connection to connector good?

yes
Replace the sensor

No
Repair connector

4.3 Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes


Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes

After changing the main control board, check if the failure releases.

No
The voltage of power supply is too low (less than 187V)?

Yes
Indoor PCB is defective

Yes
Power supply fault

No
Outdoor unit fault (such as the compressor)

4.4 Operation lamp on and Timer lamp flashes EEPROM error, indoor PCB is defective.

5. Failure phenomenon(heat pump)


Failure phenomenon Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute No over-zero signal Temp. sensor on indoor evaporator is open circuit or short circuit Indoor room temp. sensor is open circuit or short circuit EEPROM error X X X On Operation lamp Timer lamp X X Defrosting lamp

X X

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

5.1 Operation lamp flashes ,Timer lamp off and Defrosting lamp flashes.
Operation lamp flashes ,Timer lamp off and Defrosting lamp flashes

After changing the main control board, check if the failure releases.

No
The voltage of power supply is too low (less than 187V)?

Yes
Indoor PCB is defective

Yes
Power supply fault

No
Outdoor unit fault (such as the compressor)

5.2 Operation lamp off, Timer lamp flashes and Defrosting lamp flashes.
Is connector connection good?

Yes

No

Is voltage being applied to the fan motor? Repair the connector Yes No

Fan motor is defective Indoor PCB is defective

5.3 Operation lamp flashes, Timer lamp flashes and Defrosting lamp flashes . This is alarm signal when the main chip cant detect over-zero signal. When such failure occurs, the main control board must have fault.

Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp off.


Yes

Change the main control board

5.4 Operation lamp off ,Timer lamp off and Defrosting lamp flashes.
Is connection to connector good?

yes

No

Replace the sensor

Repair connector

5.5 Operation lamp off, Timer lamp flashes and Defrosting lamp off
Is connection to connector good?

yes
Replace the sensor

No
Repair connector

5.6 Operation lamp on, Timer lamp flashes and Defrosting lamp off EEPROM error, main PCB has fault.
Temporarily turn off the power supply and turn it on again in about 1 minutes

Does the trouble occur again?

Yes

Replace the indoor PCB

DC INVERTER Wall Mounted (R410A)


Contents 1. Features277 2. Specification..278 3. Dimensions....279 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram.281 5. Pressure table...282 6. Capacity table....284 7. Operation Limits.286 8. PCB diagram..287 9. Wiring diagram...289 10. Electronic function.291 11. Troubleshooting.298 12. Characteristic of temp. sensor.304

1.Features
1.1 Powerful at cooling/heating. 1.2 Low voltage start-up function. 1.3 Anti-icing function at cooling mode. 1.4 Anti-cold air function at heating mode. 1.5 Auto-defrosting. 1.6 Outdoor electric current protection 1.7 Temperature protection of the outdoor compressor top. 1.8 Restart protection for the compressor. 1.9 Error self -diagnosis function. 1.10 Protection against over-load or too-low current inputted through alternating current.

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2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) .Number of rows Indoor coil Type f.Coil length x height x width g.Number of circuits Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg mm W uF r/min uF ml Btu/h W A A Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A MSH-09HRDN1 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 9000(2050-11260) 760(250-1350) 3.3(1.5-7.0) 11.5 10000(2400-13800) 780(240-1550) 3.4(1.4-8.0) 3.8 1.0 1900 10.0 10.0 5CS090XCC Scroll 10510 1000 4.4 40 CS-7L N115 No 360 RPG13H 36.5 1.2 1300/1000/850 2 Hydrophilic aluminium/7 INNEGROOVE TUBE 578X252X26.74 2 570/480/350 40/34/29 750250205 830335285 8.0/10.0 YDK24-6F W uF r/min 56 2.5 800 2 Hydrophilic aluminium/9.53,innergroove tube mm 680x550x44 2 m3/h dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) mm mm Kg g MPa Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Max. refrigerant pipe length Max. difference in level Connection wiring Plug type Thermostat type Operation temp mm(inch) m m 1700 51 760X590X285 890X655X360 42.0/45.5 1090 4.2 6.35/9.53 12 5 No 25A Electrolic control 10 32 635X315X27.34 2 700/520/420 42/35/29 815280215 915360290 8.5/10.5 YDK36-6 68 2.5 900 2 Hydrophilic aluminium/9.53,innergroove tube 680x550x44 2 1900 56 760X590X285 890X655X360 42.0/45.5 1170 4.2 6.35/12.7 12 5 No 25A Electrolic control 10 32 MSH-12HRDN1 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 12000(2350-14500) 1070(270-1750) 4.8(1.5~8.5) 11.3 14000(2800-20500) 1120(260-2050) 5.1(1.4-10.0) 3.7 1.2 2550 12 12.0 5CS102XFE Scroll 11840 1150 5.2 40 CS-7L N115 No 360 RPG20D 51.5 1.5 1300/1000/900 2

Net/Gross weight Model Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed .Number of rows Outdoor coil Type Coil length x height x width .Number of circuits Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level

Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R410A Design pressure

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

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3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit MSH-09HRDN1

3.2 Indoor unit MSH-12HRDN1

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3.4 Outdoor unit MSH-09HRDN1, MSH-12HRDN1


285 750

62

315

290

530

110

280

590

4.Refrigeration cycle diagram

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5. Pressure table Note: *The pressure data is from 3 way valve, the pressure data are pressure above atmosphere. *D: Dry bulb temp. *W: Wet bulb temp. 5.1 MSH-09HRDN1
Cooling mode
Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 25C 8.7 30C 8.9 35C 8.9 40C 9.0 45C 10.0 50C 10.6

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

8.8

8.9

8.9

9.6

10.5

11.0

8.8

8.9

9.0

9.0

11.0

11.5

8.9

9.0

9.1

10.1

12.0

12.5

Heating mode Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 12C D 11C W 34.0 35.0 36.5 37.0 7C D 6C W 33.5 34.5 36.0 36.5 0C D -1C W 32.0 34.0 35.5 36.0 -4C D -6C W 31.0 32.5 33.5 35.0 -7C D -9C W 28.0 29.0 30.0 31.5 -15C D -xC W 27.0 27.5 28.5 29.0

15C 18C 20C 22C

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5.2 MSH-12HRDN1
Cooling mode
Indoor Conditions

Outdoor temperature (Dry bulb temp) Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 25C 6.4 30C 6.6 35C 6.8 40C 7.2 45C 7.6 50C 8.1

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

6.6

6.9

7.0

7.6

8.2

8.7

6.9

7.0

7.3

7.6

8.6

9.2

6.9

7.4

7.6

8.1

9.4

9.8

Heating mode Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS Pressure Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) Pressure ( kg/cm2 ) 12C D 11C W 36.0 34.0 33.0 32.5 7C D 6C W 35..0 34.0 33.0 31.5 0C D -1C W 34.5 33.5 31.0 31.0 -4C D -6C W 30.0 30.5 30.0 29.0 -7C D -9C W 29.0 29.0 28.5 28.0 -15C D -xC W 28.0 27.5 26.0 25.5

15C 18C 20C 22C

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COOLING
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 21C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.87 1.84 0.701 2.98 1.84 0.72 3.13 2.04 0.75 3.29 2.17 0.78 25C 3.00 1.91 0.72 3.15 2.01 0.73 3.20 2.15 0.78 3.33 2.15 0.80 30C 2.60 2.03 0.80 2.85 2.23 0.82 2.98 2.30 0.85 3.12 2.43 0.86 35C 2.34 1.99 0.86 2.45 2.11 0.90 2.58 1.96 0.76 3.05 2.56 1.00 40C 1.98 1.65 0.89 2.30 1.93 0.92 2.60 2.23 0.96 2.80 2.38 1.01 45C 1.70 1.46 0.98 1.95 1.72 1.01 2.34 2.09 1.04 2.62 2.33 1.08 50C 1.53 1.32 1.16 1.74 1.50 1.17 2.03 1.73 1.19 2.32 2.05 1.23

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

HEATING Indoor Conditions 15C 18C 20C 22C 27C Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. 24C D 18C W 3.5 0.958 3.45 0.96 3.44 0.965 3.435 0.98 3.4 0.99 12C D 11C W 4.11 1.53 4.10 1.55 4.05 1.60 4.00 1.65 3.95 1.69

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 7C D 6C W 4.10 1.57 4.05 1.58 2.87 0.79 3.932 1.64 3.85 1.69 4C D 3C W 3.80 1.56 3.70 1.60 3.69 1.63 3.65 1.67 3.60 1.70 0C D -1C W 3.49 1.51 3.48 1.52 3.47 1.54 3.47 1.58 3.43 1.61 -5C D -6C W 3.12 1.39 3.11 1.40 3.00 1.42 2.97 1.45 2.89 1.50 -7C D -8C W 3.01 1.37 2.99 1.38 2.86 1.40 2.81 1.43 2.79 1.48 -15C D -16C W 1.72 1.30 1.70 1.32 1.69 1.35 1.68 1.38 1.67 1.40

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COOLING
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 21C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. HEATING 3.187 2.23 0.924 3.579 2.505 0.957 3.879 2.792 0.979 4.087 3.168 0.989 25C 3.48 2.40 1.08 3.76 2.61 1.10 4.09 2.86 1.11 4.32 3.80 1.12 30C 3.30 2.38 1.18 3.65 2.66 1.19 3.90 2.89 1.20 4.02 3.01 1.25 35C 3.01 2.28 1.30 3.43 2.61 1.33 3.50 2.80 1.07 3.80 3.07 1.40 40C 2.81 2.25 1.39 2.98 2.41 1.41 3.19 2.58 1.45 3.62 3.11 1.48 45C 2.38 2.10 1.45 2.70 2.35 1.49 2.99 2.60 1.51 3.40 2.96 1.55 50C 2.16 1.90 1.59 2.44 2.20 1.61 2.79 2.45 1.60 3.28 2.89 1.68

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 24C D 18C W 12C D 11C W 6.15 2.07 6.09 2.18 5.89 2.21 5.58 2.28 5.37 2.39 7C D 6C W 5.72 2.20 5.58 2.39 4.03 1.11 5.39 2.45 4.99 2.61 4C D 3C W 5.13 2.09 5.02 2.20 4.90 2.35 4.71 2.41 4.48 2.55 0C D -1C W 4.52 2.01 4.39 2.16 4.21 2.27 4.10 2.40 3.90 2.51 -5C D -6C W 4.21 1.99 4.10 2.09 3.89 2.15 3.70 2.25 3.49 2.38 -7C D -8C W 3.75 1.80 3.59 1.83 3.37 1.99 3.17 2.11 3.01 2.27 -15C D -16C W 3.41 1.76 3.27 1.81 3.11 1.92 2.99 2.00 2.71 2.13

Indoor Conditions

15C 18C 20C 22C 27C

Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW.

4.875 1.568 4.801 1.6 4.684 1.658 4.521 1.729 4.387 1.804

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7. Operation Limits 7.1 Cooling mode Indoor temperature: 1732 Outdoor temperature: 050 2.2 Heating mode Indoor temperature: 1727 Outdoor temperature: -1534 2.3 Dry mode Indoor temperature: 1032 Outdoor temperature: 050

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8 PCB diagram 8.1 Display board


1 2 3 4 5 6

+5 R7 221 D +5 IC1 1 2 3 4 5 6 R11 391 R12 391 R13 391 R14 391 7 Dsa Dsb Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 GND 74HC164 Vcc Q7 Q6 Q5 Q4 MR CP 14 13 12 11 10 9 R15 221 R16 391 R17 221 8 R9 221 DISP2 LED1 LED2 LED3 104 C1 R8 102 Q4 9012 D

CN1 C 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

8LED C CLK DATA DIGI +5V REMOTE GND DEF R TIME Y AUTO G

FROM INDOOR PCB

+5 E2 47u/16V C3 104 C6 102

+5 R6 221 Q1 9012 R5 102 +5

R1 102 R4 221

Q2 9013

R10 151 REC1 dig.1 g f a b DISP1 C5 104 E4 10u/16V B

B R3 221 R2 102 +5 Q3 9012 d dp e c dig.2

Size B Scale 1 2 3 4

FCSM No.

DWG No.

Rev

Sheet 0 of 0 5 6

8.2 Indoor main PCB


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 CN1 1 2 3 4 D 5 FAN_IN 2K R1 IC1 PC817 T2 C25 1.2(1.5)uF/450V G 333/250VAC T1 L1 TR1 BT131 +5V R3 561 E2 470uF/25V DZ1 12V R4 11K/2W R5 11K/2W D5 N IN4007 PTC1 82RM t ZR1 C5 333/250VAC 14D681K R2 51/1W C2 L FUSE1 3.15A/250V 2 CN9 1 2 1 2 IN4007*4 D1 D2 A D4 D3 B CN5 D6 D7 D9 D8 2200uF/25V E5 C8 104 2 1000uF/25V 4 3 2 1 TRANS_OUT C 2200uF/25V IN4007*4 1 IC12 7812 GND Vin Vout 3 E6 C9 104 STEP1 STEP2 ISOGND STEP3 ISO+12V +5V 470uF/16V E7 100uF/16V C10 223 INDOORFAN BUZZ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 +5V 4 R23 512 +5V C15 103 R24 681 R22 123 Q2 R20 DZ2 24V C13 473 11K/2W R19 100K R21 11K/2W D11 CN9 1 2 IN4007 R26202 TXD CN10 21 R25 512 T2_pipe 9014 T1_room RXD +5V SELECT3 SELECT1 SELECT2 SW_KEY 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 VSS0 VDD0 P25 P26 P00 P01 P02 P03 P04 VSS1 P05 P50 P51 P52 P53 AVDD AVREF AN10 AN11 AN12 AN13 UPD789166 E1 1 C3 104 2 1000uF/25V IC2 Vin 7812 GND Vout 3 E3 +12V 1 C4 104 2 IC3 Vin 7805 GND Vout 3 E4 C6 104 IC8 X1 X2 RESET XT1 XT2 Vpp/IC P24 P23 P22 P21 VDD1 P20 P33 P32 P31 P30 P11 P10 AVSS AN15 AN14 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 +5V C19 +5V CN8 1 S R40 512 ZERO Q3 9014 C23 223 C22 223 SCL SDA R28 103 R29 103 8 7 6 5 IC11 24C04 VCC A0 WC A1 SCL A2 SDA GND 104 1 2 3 4 E10 100uF/16V B DIGI_C FAN_BACK ZERO DATA REMOTE SDA SCL CN4 LED_C CLK DATA DIGI_C +5V REMOTE 3 2 1 C18 102 R30 101 LED_C CLK RXD TXD R14 103 R15 103 R16 103 CN7 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 +5V R10 105 X1 2 1 2 1 +5V CN2 TRANS_IN N CN10 1 L STEP1 STEP2 STEP3 STEP4 BUZZ INDOORFAN CHUCHEN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 C7 104 IC4 IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 IN5 IN6 IN7 VSS OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6 OUT7 VDD 16 15 14 13 +12V 12 B1 11 INDOORFAN' 10 9 R7 102 R6 202 ISOGND ISO+12V IC5 PC817 R8 102 ISO+12V D CN3 1 2 3 4 5

INDOORFAN'

R9 512 Q1 9014

IC/ULN2003 +12V

CORTROL CIRCUIT

2.5M RST R11 10K R12 10K RST E8 47uF/16V 3 +5V IC9

14.5VAC 350mA 14.5VAC 200mA

CN6

CN12

2 1 C11 104 C +5V

7042 R13 103

POWER CIRCUIT

STEP4 CHUCHEN

IC6 C14 D10 IN4007 C16 471/250V 103 IC10 R18 5.1K

PC817

3 PC851

R17 2K/2W

DISPL AY

E9 100uF/35V

L1
2

COMMUNICATE CIRCUIT

A D13 1N4148 D14 1N4148 B +5V

R37 123 R38R39 123 123

CN11 +5V D15 IN4148 R34512 CN13 3 2 1 FAN_BACK +12V SW1 R35 103 SW_KEY 2 1 T2_pipe

+5V

CN14 2 1 R27 202 T2_pipe E16 C17 223 R41 8061 T1_room

+5V

+5V R31 103 SELECT1 J2

+5V R32 103 SELECT2 J3

+5V R33 103 SELECT3 J1 FAN_BACK C20 103

R42 202 T1_room E11 47uF/16V C24 223 A

C21 104

R36 8061

47uF/16V

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8.3 Outdoor main PCB


1 +5V R49 10K REST C35 224 3 2 1 D RESET GND VDD D8 LED R6 390
POWER RLY 4-WAY RLY

+5V

D3

C41 101

C10 10uf/16v SW1

D2 +5V D D1 +5V AC-IN 4007 D7 C5 R1 16K CT2 0057W 4007 R2 1k R4 16K C6 223 C7 47uf ALRAM R3 5.1K VOLTAGE SAMPLE CURRENT SAMPLE +5V WW+ VV+ UU+ +12V

IC1 7042 +12V


FAN RLY

S1

+12V D10

+12V D11

Q1 9013

47UF/16v

+5V R9 2K C9 220uf/25v

D9

CURRENT T EST
R12 2K R13 12K C1 102 ADMC328 R7 5.1K POS0 R5 1K TXD RXD DISPLAY 4-WAY OUT FAN C31 20PF C30 +5V 20PF 10 11 R44 5.1K CURRENT SAMPLE VOLTAGE SAMPLE 12 13 14 R8 Y2 10M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PIO6/CLKOUT PIO5/RFS1 PIO4 PIO3 PIO2 PIO1 PIO0 CLKIN XTAL VDD PWMTRIP ISENSE V2 V1 PIO7 PIO8/AUX0 AL AH BL BH CL CH RSET GND ICONST VAUX2 XAUX1 XAUX0 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 C29 330 T_OUTSIDE REST POS1 POS2 IC3 74HC04 1 3 5 9 11 13 7 1A 2A 3A 4A 5A 6A GND VCC 1Y 2Y 3Y 4Y 5Y 6Y 14 2 4 6 8 10 12 +5V 6*100 R55 R54 R53 R52 R51 R50 UU+ VV+ W+ WU1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CN5

Q2 9013 R10 2K

Q3 9013 R11 2K

Q4 9013

+15V +5V R47 2K U8 C38 472 +15V T_PIPE T_YJ +15V R46 2K U7 +5V R57 560 POS1 C37 472 +5V R45 2K U2 R56 560 POS0 C36 472 B R58 560 POS2

ALRAM R30 10k

C20 103

C21 101

C28 104

C8 101

103

J4 B 2 1

+5V D4 CN11 +5V 2 1 +5V CN3 4 3 2 1 +15V C2 R18 2k 3 2 1 W V U R42 220K R41 R40 220K 220K C27 R38 47K 2.2uF C26 R39 2.2uF 100K R43 10K C34 472 +15V +15V U4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 OUT2 OUT1 V+ IN1IN1+ IN2+ IN2LM139 OUT3 OUT4 GND IN4+ IN4IN3+ IN314 13 12 11 10 9 8

+15V

J3

J2 2 1

+12V

R29 2k C3 47uF

T_OUTSIDE R35 47K T_PIPE

C25 2.2uf C24 R36 2.2uF 100K

R37 10K C33 472

D5 +15V

D6

J1 2 1 A

CN4 2 1

C23 R15 5.1k R14 C17 5.1k 224 47uF R16 4.3k C18 104 R17 4.3k C19 104 T_YJ R32 47K 2.2uF C22 R33 2.2uF 100K

R34 10K C32 472 C4 103 Title Size B Date: File: 2-Feb-2004 Sheet of Drawn By: G:\ \ R312\CE-KFR26(35)GW-BP2N1Y-OUTDOOR.DDB 6 Number Revision A

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9 Wiring diagram 9.1 MSH-09HRDN1 indoor unit


INDOOR FAN MOTO R

Y /G

LOUVER MOTOR

LUE

3 CN3

POWER SUPPLY
LAC
CN10

RED YELLO W

RO N
CN9

CN1

CN13 CN11

CN14

ROOM TEMP. SENSOR


ITE 2

CN2

INDOOR PCB
CN4 CN6

RED

P IPE T EMP. SENS OR


7

CN8 CN5 Y/G 2

JX1
L N S

CN12 2

CN7

DISPLAY BOARD
4
2

N S

OUTDOOR UNIT

MICRO SWITCH PLASMA TRANSFORMER

AUTO RESTART (CHOICE)

9.2 MSH-09HRDN1 outdoor unit

HE AT EXC HANGER SENSO R OLP TEMP. SENSOR COMPRES SOR


BLACK
Y/G 2 2 2

RED

BLUE

BLUE

RED

AM BI ENT S EN S OR
YELLO W

Y/G

BLUE

BL ACK

10

CN2 2

CN1 CN3 CN4

CN8

BLUE BL UE

U N CN1

RED

CN 16 CN21 P-1

RED

BLACK

R ED

4- WAY

OUTDOOR FAN

FILTER

CN13 CN12 3 RLY1 4

CN2 3

WHITE

MOD ULE

CN19 CN20

Y/G

+ ~

R ECTIFI ER

RECTIFIER

CN6

CN 11

CN1 4 CN15

RED ORANG E

RE ACTOR2 REAC TOR1

RED

CAPACI TOR

RED
LN S
BLUE

OR ANGE

INDOOR UNIT

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CT2

CN17 CN18

RED

RED

CN5

WHITE

B LACK Y ELLOW

OUTDOOR MAIN PCB

TE RM I NA L

9.3 MSH-12HRDN1 indoor unit


INDOOR FAN MOTOR
BLUE
Y/G

LOUVER MOTOR

5 CN3
CN11

BROWN

POWER S UPPLY
BLACK
CN10

CN9

CN1

CN13

CN14

R OOM TEMP. SENSOR


WHIT E

INDOOR PCB
CN2
CN 4

R ED
2

RED
YELLOW
CN8 CN5 Y/ G
4 2 2 CN6

P IPE TEMP. SENSOR


7

JX1
L N S

CN12 2

CN 7

DISPLAY BOARD

N S

OUTDOOR UNIT

MICRO SWITCH PLASMA TRANSFORMER

AUTO RESTART (CHOICE)

9.4 MSH-12HRDN1 outdoor unit

HE AT EXC HANGER SENSO R OLP TEMP. SENSOR COMPRES SOR


BLACK
Y/G 2 2 2

RED

BLUE

BLUE

RED

AM BI ENT S EN S OR
YELLO W

Y/G

BLUE

BL ACK

CN2 2

CN1

10

CN1 CN3 CN4

CN8

BLUE BL UE

RED

CN 16 CN21 P-1

RED

BLACK

R ED

4- WAY

OUTDOOR FAN

FILTER

CN13 CN12 3 RLY1 4

CN2 3

WHITE

MOD ULE

CN19 CN20

Y/G

+ ~

R ECTIFI ER

RECTIFIER

CN6

CN 11

CN1 4 CN15

RED ORANG E

RE ACTOR2 REAC TOR1

RED

CAPACI TOR

RED

CT2

CN17 CN18

RED

RED

CN5

WHITE

B LACK Y ELLOW

OUTDOOR MAIN PCB

TE RM I NA L

OR ANGE
BLUE

LN S

INDOOR UNIT

Model

Power supply

Input Rated Amp (Switch/Fuse )

Power Cord Size

9000Btu/h 2 20 -2 40 V~ 5 0Hz 12 000Btu /h

25A 25A

1 .5mm

1.5 mm2

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10 Electronic function 10.1 Electric Control working environment. 10.1.1 Input voltage: 175~253V. 10.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz. 10.1.3 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A. 10.1.4 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A. 10.1.5 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 10.1.6 Swing motor: DC12V. 10.2 Display board

10.2.1 AUTO indicator This indicator illuminates when the air conditioner is in AUTO operation. 10.2.2 TIMER indicator This indicator illuminates when TIMER is set ON/OFF. 10.2.3 PRE.-DEF. Indicator (For Cooling & Heating models only) This indicator illuminates when the air conditioner starts defrosting automatically or when the warm air control feature is activated in heating mode. 10.2.4 TEMPERATURE indicator Usually it displays the temperature settings. When change the setting temperature, this indicator begins to flash, and stops 20 seconds later. It displays the room temperature when the air conditioner is in FAN only operation. When the unit stops operation, it returns to original factory settings. Displays the malfunction code or protection code. 10.2.5 OPERATION indicator This indicator flashes after power is on and illuminates when the unit is in operation. 10.2.6 FREQUENCY indicator This indicator appears only when the compressor is in operation and indicates the current operating frequency.

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10.3 Protection 10.3.1. 3 minutes delay at restart for compressor. 10.3.2. Temperature protection of compressor top, compressor stops when the temp. of top of compressor is more than 115, compressor runs when the temp. of top of compressor is less than 100. 10.3.3. Voltage protection, unit stop when the voltage is more than 260V and less than 175V. 10.3.4. Inverter module Protection , Inverter module Protection itself has a protection function against current, voltage and temperature. 10.3.5. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection 10.3.6. Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant return to normal operation automatically. 10.3.7. Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant return to normal operation automatically. 10.4 Fan-only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto 10.5. Cooling mode 10.5.1 The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. 10.5.2 The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition T=Indoor Temp. Ts=Setting Temp. Room temp. up Room temp. down T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 T> Ts T<Ts Compressor Outdoor fan

On Off On Off

On Off On Off Indoor fan speed Low Mid. High High Mid. Low

10.5.3 Auto fan at cooling mode:


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<1.5 1.5<T<4 T>4 Room temp. down T> 3 1<T<3 T<1

10.5.4 Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator at cooling mode( T: evaporator temp. )


Evaporator Temp. 0<T< 4 T< 0 Compressor Decrease frequency of compressor Off

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10.5.5 Current protection


Model Current up MSH-12HRDN1 Current I>12 A 10.5A<I<12A I< 10.5A Current down MSH-09HRDN1 I>11.5 A 8.5A<I<11.5A I< 8.5A Compressor Off

Decrease frequency of compressor


On Off

Decrease frequency of compressor


On

11.5.6 Rated capacity test Set mode to cooling mode Set temp. to 17C Set fan speed to high speed Push turbo button 5 times in 10 seconds. Using special remoter controller After 5 hours, cancel rated capacity test Turbo function Increasing frequency of compressor After operating 30 minutes, return automatically to the mode and temp. previously selected. 10.6. Dehumidifying mode 10.6.1. The 4-way valve is off 10.6.2. the indoor fan is fixed in breeze speed 10.6.3. Compressor run in low frequency 10.6.4. Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10, compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 12. 10.6.5. At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. 10.7. Heating mode 10.7.1. Generally, the 4-way valve is open at heating mode, but it is closed at defrosting. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. 10.7.2. Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. 10.7.3. Action of compressor and outdoor fan motor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 Room temp. down T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

10.7.4. Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind
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function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function at heating mode


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<34 Off Breeze Low speed Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Low sped Breeze Off Indoor fan speed

34<T<37 37<T<44
T>44 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> 38

33<T<38 18<T<33
T<18

10.7.5. Auto wind at heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<1.5 High Med. Low High Med. Low Indoor fan speed

1.5<T<2.5
T>2.5 Room temp. down T<1.0

1.0<T<2.0
T>2.0

10.7.6 Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection at heating mode


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. T<48 53<T<63 T>63 On Compressor

Decrease frequency of compressor


Off

10.7.7 The current protection


Model Current up MSH-12HRDN1 Current I>14.0 A 12.0.A<I<14.0A I< 12.0A MSH-09HRDN1 I>12.0 A 10.0A<I<12.0A I< 8.5A Current down MSH-12HRDN1 I>14.0 A 10.5A<I<14.0A I< 10.5A MSH-09HRDN1 I>12.0 A 8.5A<I<12.0A I< 8.5A Compressor Off

Decrease frequency of compressor


On Off

Decrease frequency of compressor


On Off Decrease frequency of compressor On Off Decrease frequency of compressor On

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10.8. Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). 10.8.1 Defrosting condition: 10.8.1.1 When outdoor temp. is more than 0, Defrosting starts when meeting one of the following conditions, a. The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 40 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively -6c for more than 3 minutes, b. The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 80 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively -4c for more than 3 minutes 10.8.1.2 When outdoor temp. is less than 0, Defrosting starts when meeting one of the following conditions, a. The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 40 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively -6c for more than 3 minutes, b. The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 40 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively -6c for more than 3 minutes, c. The temperature of indoor unit pipe decreases 5c than before 10.8.1.3 The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger remains consecutively lower than 3c for more than 120 minutes, and the temperature remains consecutively -2c for more than 3 minutes 10.8.2 Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating mode: a. The defrost time has reached to 10 minutes. b. When the temperature of outdoor heat exchanger rises up to 8C and this continues for more than 80 seconds. c. When the temperature of outdoor heat exchanger rises up to 12C 10.8.3 Defrosting Actions: max. 10 minutes 60s ON Com. ON 4 way valve ON Outdoor fan ON Indoor fan breeze OFF ON OFF ON OFF 10s 30s OFF ON

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10.8.4 Rated capacity test Set mode to cooling mode Set temp. to 30 C Set fan speed to high speed Push turbo button 5 times in 10 seconds. Using special remoter controller After 5 hours, cancel rated capacity test 10.9 Outdoor low temperature protection (optional) Factory standard unit has not this function. Unit stops when outdoor temp. is low than -15C and lasting time more than 60 minutes, and unit runs again when outdoor temp. more than -12C. 10.10. Automatic operation mode The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1TA-TS+2 TA-TS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

10.11. Manual switch 10.11.1 Mode changes when push this button . Cooing mode Auto modeUnit off Cooing mode 10.11.2. At Cooing mode, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan speed is set as low, the A/C operates with a setting temp. of 24. 10.11.3. At auto mode, the A/C operates with a set temp. of 24 10.12. Timer Function 10.12.1. The maximum length of timer is 24 hours and the minimum resolving power is 15 minutes. 10.12.2. Timer on: first turn off the A/C, the A/C will be automatically on at the set time. 10.12.3. Timer off: first turn on the A/C, the A/C will be automatically off at the set time 10.12.4. Timer on/off function( on time is earlier than off time): first turn off the A/C, it will be automatically on at set time, and later be off at the set time, then unit turns on at set time. 10.12.5. Timer off/on function( off time is earlier than on time): first turn on the A/C, it will be automatically off at set time, and later be on at the set time, then unit turns off at set time. 10.13. Sleep mode 10.13.1 It is available at cooling, heating or auto mode. 10.13.2 Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the fan speed is kept at low speed. 10.13.3 Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a
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constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). 10.13.4 Auto:

The Sleep Mode running function operates in accordance with selected running mode by auto mode.
10.13.5 After 7 hours, unit cancels this modes automatically. 10.14 Auto restart function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before the power failure when power returns. 8.15 Plasma Plasma turns on when the indoor fan runs. Plasma turns off automatically when front panel is opened.

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11.Troubleshooting 11.1 Indoor Unit Error Display


Display E0 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 P0 P1 P2 P3 P4 Open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor Room temperature or evaporator temperature sensor open or short circuit of Module protection Over load or too low voltage protection Compressor top protection against temperature Outdoor low temp. protection Inverter compressor error EEPROM error Indoor / outdoor units communication protection Zero-crossing examination error Fan speed beyond control LED STATUS

Note: E4: 11.1.1

Reserved function
LED STATUS EEPROM error

Display E0

Temporarily turn off the power supply and turn it on again in about 1 minutes

Does the trouble occur again? Yes Check indoor model responding to right outdoor model

Replace the indoor PCB

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11.1.2
Display E1 LED STATUS Indoor / outdoor units communication protection

Is the LED in outdoor main PCB light?

Yes No 1. 2. 3. 4 check the signal wire between, is it connected good. replace the PCB of indoor unit ,is the unit ok? replace the PCB of power supply board ,is the unit ok?

Is the +5 voltage in outdoor main board? Outdoor main PCB: CN5 between No7(Blue) and No8(Yellow) Main chip(ADMCF328): between No10 and No19 No

Yes Check the PC817,PC851 (indoor PCB and Outdoor main PCB) Inverter module defective. Rectifier defective Is PC817 or PC851 normal? Yes If PC817 or PC851 are defective, change indoor PCB or outdoor power PCB .

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11.1.3
Display E2 Zero-crossing examination error Is power supply right? LED STATUS

Yes Is connector connection good?

Yes Indoor PCB is defective

11.1.4
Display E3 Fan speed beyond control LED STATUS

Is connector connection good? No Yes Is voltage being applied to the fan motor? (rang 90v-160v between mid pin and N on CN2 Yes Indoor PCB is defective Indoor fan motor is defective No Repair the connector

11.1.5
Display E5 LED STATUS Open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor

Is connection to connector good?

yes

No

Replace the sensor 300

Repair connector

11.1.6
Display E6 LED STATUS Room temperature or evaporator temperature sensor open or short circuit of

Is connection to connector good?

yes

No

Replace the sensor

Repair connector

11.1.7
Display P0 LED STATUS Module protection

Is connection to connector good?

yes

No

Is the wires to compressor right Repair connector

Yes
Check the outdoor inverter module.

Is it breakdown between P-N,P-U,P-V;N-W,N-U,N-V At inverter module

No

Yes

Check compressor Inverter module is defective

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11.1.8
Display P1 LED STATUS Over load or too low voltage protection

Is the power supply right? Yes Check the outdoor power board

Replace the outdoor power board

11.1.9
Display P2 LED STATUS Compressor top protection against temperature

Off: 120c;

On: 105c
Does compressor operate?

No
Yes Is refrigerant circulation volume normal? No Gas charging Yes Check the outdoor main PCB. Is abnormality the same after gas charging No Check refrigerant system (such as clogging of capillary, etc) Replace protector No Is protector normal?

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11.1.10
Display P3 Outdoor low temp. protection LED STATUS

This is optional, factory standard unit has not this function. Unit stops when outdoor temp. is low than -15C and lasting time more than 60 minutes, and unit runs again when outdoor temp. more than -12C.
Is the outdoor temp. low than -15C? No Is the outdoor temp sensor right according to the table in clause 12

Yes Replace the outdoor main board

11.1.11
Display P4 LED STATUS Inverter compressor error

Are the U,V,W connected to compressor and inverter module right? Yes Are the connectors CN6 and CN 11 right?

Yes Is there +15 voltage between CN6 Yes No

Replace outdoor main PCB

Replace inverter module

If the problem comes to again, check wingding resistance of inverter compressor, is it 0.64 ohm? No Replace inverter compressor

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12. Characteristic of temp. sensor


Temp. -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Resistance K 62.2756 58.7079 56.3694 52.2438 49.3161 46.5725 44 41.5878 39.8239 37.1988 35.2024 33.3269 31.5635 29.9058 28.3459 26.8778 25.4954 24.1932 22.5662 21.8094 20.7184 19.6891 18.7177 17.8005 16.9341 16.1156 15.3418 Temp. 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 Resistance K 14.6181 13.918 13.2631 12.6431 12.0561 11.5 10.9731 10.4736 10 9.5507 9.1245 8.7198 8.3357 7.9708 7.6241 7.2946 6.9814 6.6835 6.4002 6.1306 5.8736 5.6296 5.3969 5.1752 4.9639 4.7625 4.5705 Temp. 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 Resistance K 4.3874 4.2126 4.0459 3.8867 3.7348 3.5896 3.451 3.3185 3.1918 3.0707 2.959 2.8442 2.7382 2.6368 2.5397 2.4468 2.3577 2.2725 2.1907 2.1124 2.0373 1.9653 1.8963 1.830 1.7665 1.7055 1.6469

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GD Midea Refrigeration Equipment Co.,Ltd


SPLIT TYPE, HEAT PUMP AIR CONDITIONERS

Technical & service manual 2005


F1 Series
[Models]

Wall Mounted

MSF1-08CR MSF1-08HR MSF1-09CR MSF1-09HR MSF1-12CR MSF1-12CR

Contents 10. Features 2 11. Specification.. 3 12. Dimensions.. 4 13. Refrigeration cycle diagram5 14. Operation limits.6 15. Wiring diagram..7 16. Troubleshooting .9 17. Electronic function10 18. Characteristic of temp. sensor18

1.Features 1.3 Compact design 1.4 High efficiency and quiet operation

2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Input Cooling Rated current EER Capacity Input Heating Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Input Compressor Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LRA) Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Input Indoor fan motor Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Number of rows Fin type (code) Indoor coil Tube type Number of circuits Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg mm 7, 2 420/390/360 34/31/27 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK22-6T W uF r/min 53 2.5F/450V 760 1 Unhydrophilic mm mm 7, tube 694X504X13.37 1 m3/h dB(A) Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R22 Design pressure Refrigerant piping Liquid side/ Gas side Max. refrigerant pipe length mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m 1400 49 700535235 815580325 28/31 500 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 7, 2 420/390/360 34/31/27 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK22-6T 53 2.5F/450V 760 1 Hydrophilic 7.94,Innergroov 703X462X19.05 1 1400 49 700535235 815580325 29/32 620 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 7, Innergroovee 2 450/420/390 35/32/28 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6T 55 2.5F/450V 800 1 Hydrophilic 7, 694X504X13.37 1 1500 50 700535235 815580325 28/31 580 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 7, Innergroove 2 450/420/390 35/32/28 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6T 55 2.5F/450V 800 1 Hydrophilic 7.94,Innergroov 703X462X19.05 1 1500 50 700535235 815580325 29/32 700 2.6 6.35/9.53 10 7, innergroove 2 550/510/470 37/34/30 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6 72 2.5F/450V 850 1 unhydrophilic 7 innergroove 79450413.37 1 1800 49 780540250 910575335 34/37 730 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 7, innergroove 2 550/510/470 37/34/30 750250188 830X336X280 8.5/10 YDK24-6 72 2.5F/450V 850 1 hydrophilic 9.53 innergroove 77250822 2 1800 49 780540250 910575335 36/39 860 2.6 6.35/12.7 10 uF r/min W uF ml A A 3.7 17.2 MRA99052 30 SUNISO-4GDID/350 RPG13H 36.5 1.2F/450V 1020/ 930/ 850 2 Hydrophilic 3.7 19 Internal 25 SUNISO 4GSD/380 RPG13H 36.5 1.2F/450V 1020/ 930/ 850 2 Hydrophilic 4.0 19 Internal 25 SUNISO 4GSD/380 RPG13H 36.5 1.2F/450V 1100/1000/900 2 Hydrophilic 4.5 19.8 MRA799015 30 SUNISO-4GDID/350 RPG13H 36.5 1.2F/450V 1100/1000/900 2 Hydrophilic Internal 25 SUNISO 4GSD/440 RPG13H 36.5 1.2uF/450V 1200/1080/950 2 Hydrophilic Internal 35 SUNISO 4GSD/480 RPG13H 36.5 1.2uF/450V 1200/1080/950 2 Hydrophilic 5.2 5.8 Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A _ _ 0.8 1080 5.4 18 2P15S225ANJ Rotary GD MATSUSHITA 8300 785 3.8 3.4 0.8 1150 5.7 18 PH160X1C-8DZC2 Rotary GD TOSHIBA 9000 780 _ _ 1.0 1200 6.0 20 PH165X1CY-8DGC2 Rotary GD TOSHIBA 9500 820 A Btu/w.h, W/W Btu/h W Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W MSF1-08CR 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 8000 780 3.7 10.3, 3.0 _ _ MSF1-08HR 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 8000 800 3.7 10.0, 2.9 9500 830 MSF1-09CR 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 9000 880 4.1 10.2, 3.0 _ _ MSF1-09HR 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 9000 900 4.2 10.0, 2.9 11000 930 4.3 3.5 1.0 1250 6.3 20 2P18S225ANK Rotary GD MATSUSHITA 10000 970 MSF1-12CR 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 12000 1180 5.4 10.2, 3.0 _ _ _ _ 1.2 1650 9.0 30 PH200X2C-8FTC Rotary GD TOSHIBA 12000 1135 MSF1-12HR 1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 12000 1190 5.5 10.1, 3.0 14000 1280 6.0 3.2 1.2 1690 9.1 30 PH225X2C-8FTC Rotary GD TOSHIBA 13200 1250

Net/Gross weight Model Input Outdoor motor Capacitor Speed Number of rows Fin type (code) Outdoor coil Tube type Coil length x height x width Number of circuits Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level

Max. difference in level Plug type Operation temp Application area Qtyper 20 /40 /40'HQ

5 16A 17-30

5 16A 17-30 12-16 130/270/295

5 16A 17-30 14-21 130/270/295

5 16A 17-30 14-21 130/270/295

5 16A 17-30 18-26 113/238/274

5 16A 17-30 18-26 113/238/274

m2 set

12-16 130/270/295

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient

condition.

3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit MSF1-08CR, MSF1-08HR, MSF1-09CR, MSF1-09HR, MSF1-12CR, MSF1-12HR

3.2 Outdoor unit MSF1-08CR, MSF1-08HR, MSF1-09CR, MSF1-09HR

3.3 Outdoor unit MSF1-12CR, MSF1-12HR

4.Refrigeration cycle diagram

5. Operation limits
5.1 Cooling mode Indoor temperature: 21 Outdoor temperature: 15 5.2 Heating mode Indoor temperature: 20 Outdoor temperature: -7 5.3 Dry mode Indoor temperature: 10 Outdoor temperature: 15 32 43 27 24 32 43

6.Wiring diagram 6.1 Cooling only

3 BRO W N/ RED PO W ER
BLUE

Y/ G INDOOR MOTOR 3 5 STEP M OTOR

Y/ G BLACK BLACK

P1

CN 5

CN4

CN7 PI PE TEM PERATURE SENSOR

CN2 COMPRESSOR RELAY 3 4 CN9 RO OM TEMPERATURE SENSOR CN 6

ANI O N GENERATOR

RED 2

CN1
8 DISPLAY BOARD

RED

CN12

TRANSFORMER

ONLY USED FOR STEEL PACKED M OTOR!

INDOOR UNIT

Y G

Y G Y G

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

FAN CAPACITOR

7.2 Heating/cooling

3 BR OW N / RED POW ER
BLUE

Y/ G INDOOR MOTOR 3 5 STEP MOTOR

Y/ G BLACK BLACK

P1

C N5

C N10

CN 4

C N7 PI PE TEMPERATURE SENSOR

CN2 COM PRESSO R RELAY 3 4 C N9 RO OM TEM PERATURE SENSO R C N6

ANI ON GENERATOR

RED 2 CURRENT DETECTOR RED CN 12

CN1
8 DI SPLAY BOARD

Y/ G I NDOOR UNI T 1 2(N) 3 OUTDOOR UNI T TO OUTDOOR UNI T


4

TRANSFO RM ER

ONLY USED FOR STEEL PACKED MOTOR!

7. Troubleshooting 7.1 Failure phenomenon


Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEROM error X On Operation lamp Timer lamp

X On

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

7.2

Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp off.


Is connector connection good?

Yes

No

Is voltage being applied to the fan motor?

Repair the connector

Yes

No

Fan motor is defective

Indoor PCB is defective

7.3

Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp on.


Is connection to connector good?

Yes

No

Replace the sensor

Repair connector

7.4 Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes


Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes

After changing the main control board, check if the failure releases. Yes

No Yes
The voltage of power supply is too low (less than 187V)? Indoor PCB is defective

Yes
Power supply fault

No
Outdoor unit fault (such as the compressor)

7.5

Operation lamp on and Timer lamp flashes

EEROM error, indoor PCB is defective.

8 Electronic function 13.2 Electric Control working environment 8.1.1 input voltage: 175~253V 8.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 8.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+43C 8.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 8.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 8.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 8.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 8.1.8 Compressor: single-phase power supply. Its normal working amp is less than 15A 8.6 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller I3sec: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue three seconds until turns off the compressor. I5MIN: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue five minutes until turns off the compressor. IFAN: Self-protection amp of outdoor fan/indoor fans when they change from higher wind to lower wind. IRESTORE: Amp self-protection return value THDEFROST: High wind, defrosting temperature difference TMDEFROST: Middle wind, defrosting temperature difference TLDEFROST: Low wind, defrosting temperature difference TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature 8.7 Functions Remote receiving Testing and forced running Position set for indoor unit wind vane LED displaying and alarm On or off Timer Protection for the compressor Current protection High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger at heating mode Auto defrosting and heating recovery at heating mode Anti cold air at heating mode Anti frozen at cooling mode

8.8 8.4.7 8.4.8 8.4.9

Protection 3 minutes delay at restart for compressor. Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 8.4.10 Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 8.4.11 The current protection of the compressor
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN I< IRESTORE On Low speed On Indoor fan On On Low speed Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

If compressor turns off for continuously 4 times due to current protection in 5 minutes from Compressor On, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 8.9 8.9 Fan-only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition T=Indoor Temp. Ts=Setting Temp. T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 Room temp. down T> Ts T<Ts Compressor Outdoor fan

Room temp. up

On Off On Off

On Off On Off Indoor fan speed Low Med. High High Med. Low

Auto fan at cooling mode:


Room temp. up Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. T<3 3 <T<5 T>5 Room temp. down T> 3 1 <T<3 T<1

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator at cooling mode( T: evaporator temp. )


Condition Temp. Time Compressor Outdoor fan

Evaporator Temp. up Evaporator


down Temp.

T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5 >5 Minutes >5 Minutes

On Off On Off

On Off On Off

8.10 8.7.6 8.7.7

Dehumidifying mode The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode
Indoor Fan LOW BREEZE Compressor and Outdoor Fan ON 5minutes OFF 5minutes Repeat on and off cycle.

8.7.8

8.7.9 8.7.10

Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10 , compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13 . At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. At dehumidifying mode, the action of fans of indoor is the same as that of air-only mode.

8.11 8.8.6 8.8.7 8.8.8

Heating mode Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. Action of compressor and outdoor fan motor at heating mode:
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 Room temp. down T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

8.8.9

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function at heating mode
Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> TE3 TE3<T<TE4 T<TE4 Indoor fan speed Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off Indoor fan speed High Med. Med. High Compressor On On Off Off On Outdoor fan On Off Off Off On

8.8.10

Auto wind at heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<2 T>2 Room temp. down T> 0 T<0

8.8.7

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection at heating mode


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9

8.9 8.9.5

Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). Defrosting condition: Defrosting starts when either of the following & : A and B are satisfied: A: The compressor keeps running for 40 minutes or more. B: The temperature difference of evaporator and room temperature meets one of the following:
Temp. of evaporator---room temp. Fan speed is high Fan speed is mid Fan speed is low Breeze THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST Meet only if it is Breeze
B B B B B B

Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes. 8.9.6 Defrosting time If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for less than 40 minutes, this can be regarded as severe frosting. The defrosting time is 10 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for more than 40 minutes, the defrosting time is 6 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied out of 40 minutes, generally the defrosting time is 6 minutes, after three continuous 6-minute defrost, the fourth should be 10 minutes defrost. The circulation is as following: 6-minute defrost 6-minute defrost6-minute defrost10-minute defrost

8.9.7 Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating mode: A. The defrost time has reached to 6 or 10 minutes. B. The compressor current has reached to IDEFROST or above, IDEROST differs in different models.
B B B B

8.9.8 Defrosting Actions:


Defrost for 10 or 6 minutes

25 seconds

Compressor

ON OFF

4-way Valve

ON OFF

23 seconds

Outdoor Fan

ON OFF

8.10 8.10.5

Automatic operation mode The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1 TA-TS+2 TA-TS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

8.10.6 8.10.7 8.10.8

The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode. One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the set temp. varies. Forced cooling function Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates at the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24 . All protections of remote control cooling are available at forced cooling operation. Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates at remote control mode with a set temp. of 24 . Timer Function Sleep function(Economic Running) The economic running function is available at cooling, heating or auto mode. Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the fan speed is kept at low speed.

8.15 8.11.4 8.11.5

8.11.6 8.16

8.17 8.18 8.14.5 8.14.6

8.14.7

8.14.8

Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). Auto:

The economic running function operates in accordance with selected running mode by auto mode. 8.17 Auto restart function In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to 8.18 previous settings before Turbo function the power failure when power returns.

The unit cools the room in supper high speed, after 20 minutes, the unit is reset automatically to the previous setting.

8.19
Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN

Models and Parameters


MSF1-08CR 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A MSF1-08HR 8.5A 6.2A 5.2A 4.2A 3.2A 28 32 30 20 2 7 2 7 60 53 50 200 200 0 124 124 14C
B B

MSF1-09CR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A

MSF1-09HR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 3.5A 28 32 30 20

MSF1-12CR 11.0A 10.0A 8.0 8.6

MSF1-12HR 11.0A 10.0A 8.0 8.6 5.5 28 32 30 20

IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST
B B

2 7

2 7 60 53 50

2 7

2 7 62 56 51 200 0 124 14C 18C 19C

200

200 0

124

124 14C 15C 16C

TMDEFROST TLDEFROST
B B

15C 16C

9. Characteristic of temp. sensor


Temp. -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Resistance K 62.2756 58.7079 56.3694 52.2438 49.3161 46.5725 44 41.5878 39.8239 37.1988 35.2024 33.3269 31.5635 29.9058 28.3459 26.8778 25.4954 24.1932 22.5662 21.8094 20.7184 19.6891 18.7177 17.8005 16.9341 16.1156 15.3418 Temp. 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 Resistance K 14.6181 13.918 13.2631 12.6431 12.0561 11.5 10.9731 10.4736 10 9.5507 9.1245 8.7198 8.3357 7.9708 7.6241 7.2946 6.9814 6.6835 6.4002 6.1306 5.8736 5.6296 5.3969 5.1752 4.9639 4.7625 4.5705 Temp. 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 Resistance K 4.3874 4.2126 4.0459 3.8867 3.7348 3.5896 3.451 3.3185 3.1918 3.0707 2.959 2.8442 2.7382 2.6368 2.5397 2.4468 2.3577 2.2725 2.1907 2.1124 2.0373 1.9653 1.8963 1.830 1.7665 1.7055 1.6469

Technical & service manual 2005


Alfa Glory Series R22 Wall Mounted
[Models]

MSH-07CR MSH-07HR MSH-09CR MSH-09HR MSH-12CR MSH-12HR

Contents 1. Features 02 2. Specification..03 3. Dimensions.. 05 4. Refrigeration cycle diagram07 5. Capacity table...08 6. Wiring diagram..13 7. Electronic function....18 8. Troubleshooting.26 9. Characteristic of temp. sensor29

1.Features 1.1 Compact design 1.2 High efficiency and quiet operation

2.Specification
Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LR Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Model Brand Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R22(R407C) Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Connection wiring Plug type Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area Qtyper 20 /40 /40'HQ m2 set Max. refrigerant pipe Max. difference in lev W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h, w/w Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A

MSH-07CR

MSH-07HR

MSH-09CR

MSH-09HR

1, 220-240V~, 50Hz 220-240V~,50Hz 1, 220-240V~,50Hz 1, 220-240V~,50Hz 7000 7000 9000 9000 800 800 1000 1000 3.6 3.6 4.5 4.5 8.8 8.8 9.0 9.0 7600 10000 760 980 3.4 4.4 2.9 3.0 0.8 0.8 1.0 1.0 1050 1050 1300 1300 5 5 7 7 18 18 25 25 2P14C235ANA 2P14C235ANA PH165X1CY-4DG2 2P18S225ANK

Btu/h W A A uF ml

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg

Rotary Rotary Rotary Rotary GD Matsushita GD Matsushita GD Toshiba GD Matsushita 7500 7500 9380 9920 725 725 900 970 3.4 3.4 4.1 4.5 15 15 24 24 MRA98854 MRA98854 3QE0591-T61(intern xternal M RA98745 25 25 25 30 ATOMOS M60 270 ATOMOS M60 270 SUNISO 400 SUNISO 350 RPG13H RPG13H RPG13H RPG13H WELLING WELLING WELLING WELLING 36.5 36.5 36.5 36.5 1.2 F /450V 1.2 F /450V 1.2 F /450V 1.2 F /450V 1020/ 960/ 900 1020/ 960/ 900 1100/1020/950 1100/1020/950 380/350/320 380/350/320 450/420/390 450/420/390 35/33/31 35/33/31 37/35/32 37/35/32 750*250*205 750*250*205 750*250*205 750*250*205 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6T Welling 70 3 850 1500 52 700X535X235 815X580X325 27/30 580 2.6 6.35/ 9.53 10 5 No 10A Electrolic control 17-30 18-45 10-14 128/268/296 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6T Welling 70 3 850 1400 52 700535235 815580325 28/31 620 2.6 6.35/ 9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 -7 - 45 10-14 128/268/296 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6F Welling 70 2.5 850 1500 53 700535235 815580325 29/32 580 2.6 6.35/ 9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 18-45 14-21 128/268/296 830X285X335 8/10 YDK24-6F Welling 70 2.5 850 1500 53 700535235 815580325 30/33 700 2.6 6.35/ 9.53 10 5 No 10A Electronic control 17-30 -7 - 45 14-21 128/268/296

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

Model Power supply Capacity Cooling Input Rated current EER Capacity Heating Input Rated current COP Moisture Removal Max. input consumption Max. current Starting current Model Type Brand Capacity Compressor Input Rated current(RLA) Locked rotor Amp(LR Thermal protector Capacitor Refrigerant oil Model Brand Indoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed(hi/mi/lo) Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo) Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo) Dimension (W*H*D) Indoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Model Brand Outdoor fan motor Input Capacitor Speed Outdoor air flow Outdoor noise level Dimension(W*H*D) Outdoor unit Packing (W*H*D) Net/Gross weight Refrigerant type R22(R407C) Design pressure Liquid side/ Gas side Refrigerant piping Connection wiring Plug type Thermostat type Operation temp Ambient temp Application area Qtyper 20 /40 /40'HQ m2 set Max. refrigerant pipe Max. difference in lev W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg g MPa mm(inch) m m Ph-V-Hz Btu/h W A Btu/w.h, w/w Btu/h W A W/W L/h W A A

MSH-12CR

MSH-12HR

1, 220-240V~,50Hz 1, 220-240V~,50Hz 12000 12000 1280 1320 6 6.1 9.4 9.1 14000 1370 6.3 3.0 1.3 1.3 1850 1850 9.6 9.6 29 30 PH240X2C-8FTC 2K25S225BUA rotary Toshiba 14000 1355 6.3 29 Internal 35 480 RPG20D WELLING 49.2 1.5uF/450V 1220/1000/800 560/520/480 38/32/28 815*280*215 915X290X360 10/12 YDK24-6H WELLING 72 2.5 F /450V 850 1900 53 780X540X240 905X575X330 33/36 830 2.6 6.35/ 12.7 10 5 No 16A Electronic control 17-30 18-45 18-26 112/299/260 rotary Matsushita 14700 1468 6.8 30 Internal 40 490 RPG20D WELLING 49.2 1.5uF/450V 1220/1000/800 560/520/480 38/32/28 815*280*215 915X290X360 10/12 YDK25-6H WELLING 96 2.5 F /450V 900 1900 53 780X540X240 905X575X330 37/40 1080 2.6 6.35/ 12.7 10 5 No 16A Electronic control 17-30 -7 - 45 18-26 112/299/260

Btu/h W A A uF ml

W uF r/min m3/h dB(A) mm mm Kg

1 The noise date is base on hemi-anechoic chamber, during actual operation, these values are normally somewhat different as a result of ambient condition.

3.Dimensions 3.1 Indoor unit MSH-07CR, MSH-07HR, MSH-09CR, MSH-09HR

3.2 Indoor unit MSH-12CR, MSH-12HR

3.4 Outdoor unit MSH-07CR, MSH-07HR MSH-09CR, MSH-09HR

3.5 Outdoor unit MSH-12CR, MSH-12HR

4.Refrigeration cycle diagram

5. Capacity table 5.1 MSH-07CR


SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.02 1.44 0.70 2.16 1.53 0.70 2.32 1.65 0.72 2.36 1.57 0.71 30C 1.92 1.39 0.76 2.07 1.48 0.77 2.27 1.62 0.79 2.39 1.59 0.19 35C 1.79 1.34 0.82 1.95 1.43 0.84 2.15 1.56 0.85 2.36 1.57 0.87 40C 1.64 1.27 0.88 1.83 1.38 0.90 1.98 1.48 0.92 2.28 1.55 0.95 45C 1.51 1.20 0.95 1.71 1.34 0.97 1.81 1.41 0.99 2.18 1.53 1.03 50C 1.41 1.15 1.00 1.60 1.32 1.03 1.65 1.34 1.05 2.07 1.54 1.10

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

5.2 MSH-07HR
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.02 1.44 0.70 2.16 1.53 0.70 2.32 1.65 0.72 2.36 1.57 0.71 30C 1.92 1.39 0.76 2.07 1.48 0.77 2.27 1.62 0.79 2.39 1.59 0.19 35C 1.79 1.34 0.82 1.95 1.43 0.84 2.15 1.56 0.85 2.36 1.57 0.87 40C 1.64 1.27 0.88 1.83 1.38 0.90 1.98 1.48 0.92 2.28 1.55 0.95 45C 1.51 1.20 0.95 1.71 1.34 0.97 1.81 1.41 0.99 2.18 1.53 1.03 50C 1.41 1.15 1.00 1.60 1.32 1.03 1.65 1.34 1.05 2.07 1.54 1.10

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

WINTER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 12C D 11C W Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. 2.75 0.97 2.60 0.99 2.58 1.02 2.40 0.94 7C D 6C W 2.45 0.86 2.33 0.86 2.35 0.90 2.29 0.89 4C D 3C W 2.17 0.77 2.10 0.78 2.08 0.81 1.99 0.81 0C D -1C W 1.40 0.67 1.33 0.71 1.27 0.71 1.07 0.70 -4C D -6C W 1.17 0.62 1.23 0.68 1.14 0.67 1.15 0.68 -7C D -8C W 1.13 0.65 1.09 0.68 1.11 0.64 1.07 0.63

15C 18C 20C 22C

5.3 MSH-09CR
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.44 1.68 0.87 2.62 1.78 0.87 2.80 1.93 0.89 2.85 1.83 0.88 30C 2.32 1.63 0.95 2.50 1.73 0.95 2.75 1.89 0.97 2.90 1.85 0.98 35C 2.16 1.56 1.02 2.36 1.67 1.03 2.60 1.82 1.05 2.86 1.84 1.07 40C 1.98 1.48 1.09 2.20 1.61 1.11 2.40 1.73 1.14 2.76 1.81 1.17 45C 1.82 1.40 1.17 2.07 1.56 1.20 2.18 1.64 1.22 2.63 1.78 1.27 50C 1.70 1.34 1.24 1.94 1.54 1.28 1.99 1.57 1.30 2.50 1.79 1.37

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

5.4 MSH-09HR
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 2.44 1.68 0.87 2.62 1.78 0.87 2.80 1.93 0.89 2.85 1.83 0.88 30C 2.32 1.63 0.95 2.50 1.73 0.95 2.75 1.89 0.97 2.90 1.85 0.98 35C 2.16 1.56 1.02 2.36 1.67 1.03 2.60 1.82 1.05 2.86 1.84 1.07 40C 1.98 1.48 1.09 2.20 1.61 1.11 2.40 1.73 1.14 2.76 1.81 1.17 45C 1.82 1.40 1.17 2.07 1.56 1.20 2.18 1.64 1.22 2.63 1.78 1.27 50C 1.70 1.34 1.24 1.94 1.54 1.28 1.99 1.57 1.30 2.50 1.79 1.37

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

WINTER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 12C D 11C W 7C D 6C W 3.18 1.05 3.02 1.05 3.05 1.08 2.97 1.07 4C D 3C W 2.80 0.94 2.72 0.96 2.70 0.98 2.57 0.98 0C D -1C W 1.82 0.81 1.73 0.86 1.64 0.86 1.40 0.86 -4C D -6C W 1.52 0.75 1.60 0.83 1.48 0.82 1.50 0.82 -7C D -8C W 1.47 0.80 1.41 0.84 1.44 0.82 1.39 0.79

15C 18C 20C 22C

Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW.

3.58 1.18 3.37 1.20 3.35 1.24 3.11 1.14

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5.5 MSH-12CR
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 3.38 2.53 1.20 3.62 2.50 1.20 3.88 2.71 1.23 3.95 2.56 1.22 30C 3.21 2.28 1.30 3.46 2.42 1.31 3.80 2.65 1.34 4.01 2.59 1.35 35C 2.99 2.18 1.41 3.26 2.34 1.43 3.60 2.55 1.45 3.95 2.57 1.48 40C 2.75 2.07 1.51 3.06 2.25 1.54 3.32 2.42 1.57 3.82 2.53 1.62 45C 2.52 1.96 1.61 2.86 2.19 1.65 3.02 2.30 1.68 3.64 2.50 1.75 50C 2.35 1.88 1.72 2.68 2.16 1.76 2.76 2.19 1.80 3.46 2.51 1.89

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

5.6 MSH-12HR
SUMMER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE DRY 25C Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. Total capacity kW Sensitive capacity kW Input kW. 3.38 2.53 1.20 3.62 2.50 1.20 3.88 2.71 1.23 3.95 2.56 1.22 30C 3.21 2.28 1.30 3.46 2.42 1.31 3.80 2.65 1.34 4.01 2.59 1.35 35C 2.99 2.18 1.41 3.26 2.34 1.43 3.60 2.55 1.45 3.95 2.57 1.48 40C 2.75 2.07 1.51 3.06 2.25 1.54 3.32 2.42 1.57 3.82 2.53 1.62 45C 2.52 1.96 1.61 2.86 2.19 1.65 3.02 2.30 1.68 3.64 2.50 1.75 50C 2.35 1.88 1.72 2.68 2.16 1.76 2.76 2.19 1.80 3.46 2.51 1.89

21C D 15C W 24C D 17C W 27C D 19C W 32C D 23C W

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WINTER
Indoor Conditions

OUTDOOR CONDITIONS 12C D 11C W 7C D 6C W 4.28 1.44 4.06 1.44 4.10 1.48 3.99 1.48 4C D 3C W 3.78 1.29 3.66 1.31 3.63 1.34 3.46 1.35 0C D -1C W 2.45 1.11 2.32 1.18 2.21 1.18 1.87 1.12 -4C D -6C W 2.04 1.03 2.14 1.14 1.98 1.12 2.00 1.13 -7C D -8C W 1.97 0.99 1.98 1.02 1.94 1.03 1.87 1.07

15C 18C 20C 22C

Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW. Capacity kW Input kW.

4.81 1.61 4.53 1.65 4.50 1.69 4.20 1.78

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6. Schematic diagram and wiring diagram 6.1 Schematic diagram


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

D1

IN4007*4
1

IC1
Vin

7812
GND

CN1 4 3 2 1 TRANS
D

GND

D2

Vout

+12V-a 1

IC3
Vin

7805 Vout 3

+5V

R18 10K

+5V

+5V

ZERO

A
D3

E1

C1 104

E2

C3 104

E3

C4 104

A
D11 1N4148 D12 1N4148 B

R16 12K
R15R17 12K12K

+5V
Q2 9014

R19 150

REC

R20
C10 102

1K

REC1

B
D4
2200uF/25V

C9 104

REC V C11 GND


E7

D13 IN4148 +12V-a CN4

FANSP_FEEDBACK

R215.1K

RECEIVER_V

IC10 7812
1

D16

IN4007*4
E10

C D

D17
D18
D19

GND

Vin

Vout

1000uF/16V +12V-b 3

470uF/16V

104
10uF/16V COM1

C12 103

3 2 1 FAN_BACK
D

C23 104

E11

C24 104

+5V

COM2 +5V R41 2K

COM3 +5V R42 2K

R43 2K

R41

R41 10K
Q9

R41 10K
Q10

2200uF/25V
+5V

1000uF/16V

10K

GNDB
Q8

R4 12K

+5V
C5 104

3
2

IC5 KIA7042

RST C25 104

C26 104

IC4
1 VSS0

9012

9012

9012

+5V
2

X1
X2
RESET
XT1
XT2
Vpp/IC
P24
P23
P22
P21
VDD1
P20
P33
P32
P31
P30
P11
P10
AVSS
AN15
AN14

42 X1
41 X2
40 RST

VDD0

R7 1M

X1

+5V
IC2

C2 104 1 2 3 4

DIS1 WT4021BG

+12V
R5 1K

JR8 10K
HEAT
BUZ1 BUZZER1

FAN_IN
BUZ

FAN_IN BUZ

P25

4M

RST

R1 R2 10K 10K

P26

39
38
37
36 SCL
SCL SCL SDA

BUZ ' +5V


C

JR9 10K

STEP_I1 STEP_I2 STEP_I3 STEP_I4

STEP_I1 STEP_I2 STEP_I3 STEP_I4 COMP

8 7 6 5

P00

VCC WC SCL SDA

A0 A1 A2 GND

+12V-a

CN9
LOAD_HEAT N

Only For Heat P ump


D21

1 HEAT_N

24C04

RY2 RELAY-SPST

P01

IN4148

com1 com2 h g f e d c b a

N
R27 2K

R38 10K

P02

P03

35 SDA
SDA

IC8

SW_TEST
R39 5.1K

C22 104

JR1 10K

COMP

P04

34 COM1
33 COM2
32
31 COM3
30 FAN_OUT
29 FANSP

104

COM1 COM2
+5V

7 C24 14

GND

Q7
Q6
Q5

13
12
11
10
6
5
4
3

Q3 9014

R44 330

Vcc

10
HEAT SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4

R45 330

VSS1

11

SW1

P05

+5V

9
8

R46 330

+12V-a

CN10
LOAD_HEAT L

MR
CP

Q4
Q3
Q2

SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4

12

R47 330

LED6

1 HEAT_L

P50

COM3
FAN_OUT
FANSP_FEEDBACK

SEG3

13

P51

14

P52

15

P53

28 ZERO
ZERO

SEG4 C17 102

C16 102 2
1

R48 330

LED7

D22 IN4148

RY3 RELAY-SPST

R49 330

LED8

Dsb
Dsa

Q1
Q0

R54 330

LED9
HEAT

R33 2K

Q5 9014

FUSE2 10A

+5V
CN2 2
1
B

16

AVDD

27 REC
REC

+5V

74HC164

R55 330

SW2

CN16
1

17
+5V
D5 IN4148
R10 2K

R59 R60 10K 10K

T1
T1_room

18

AN10

25 FRESH
24
23
22 SW

FRESH

AVREF

26 VALVE

VALVE

+12V-b

FRESH

T2

19

JR4
JR5
JR2

10K
10K
10K
10K

2
R62

+12V-a

CN13
LOAD_FAN OUT

+5V
T1_room

T2_I.pipe

AN11

IC9

R63

T1_room
D6
R8 8.1K/1%

CURRENT 20
Current AUTO_SELECT 21 AUTO_SELECT

AN12

R61 2K

Q12
1K
Q11 9014

D23
RY4 RELAY-SPST

5.1K
+12V-a PC817

2
B

9014
IN4148

AN13

E4 10uF/16V

C6 104

SW_TEST

JR3

+12V-b

IN4148

UPD789166 IC7 1 STEP_I1 IN1


STEP_I2
2 IN2

GNDB
R34

L1
FAN_OUT
Q6 9014

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
VDD

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

2K
CN12

CN3 2
1

+5V
D7 IN4148
R11 2K

STEP_I3 STEP_I4
T2_I.pipe

IN3

+12V-a

T2_I.pipe
D8
R9 8.1K/1%

IN4

LOAD_VALVE
D24 IN4148
R35

FAN_IN
+5V
BUZ

IN5

FAN_IN ' BUZ '

5
+12V-a SWING

E5 10uF/16V

C7 104

IN6

C20 333 RY5 RELAY-SPST

IN4148

JR6 10K
R23 2K

COMP

IN7

COMP '

8
AUTO_SELECT

VSS

VALVE
2K

Q7 9014

R36 51/1W

C19 104

UJN2003

L1 FUSE1
3.15A/250V
+12V-a

+5V
D9 1N4148

CN6
JR7 10K

C13 104

+12V-a
R25 51/1W
C15 333
T2
C14

LOAD_COMP
C21
RY6 333 COMP
A

L1
? L2

CN15
ZR1

R12 2K

R14 1.4K/1%
D10 1N4148 R6 1K/1%
CT1 0057h

Current
C8 104
R13 16K

T1

E9 470uF/25V

C23 0.1uF/275VAC

BT131 TR1
G

Z1 12V

R28 11K/2W

R29 11K/2W

10D471K
D15

N
IN4007

t
CN14 1 N

2 TRANS_IN

COMP '

E6 10uF/16V

5 FAN_IN

1.2uF/450V

IC6 PC817

CN11 1 N

2K R24

+12V-a R26

PTC 82RM

R37 51/1W L(POWER_IN PORT)

1K
1 2 3 4

FAN_IN '

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6.2 Wiring diagram 6.2.1 Cooling only 6.2.1.1 MSH-07CR, MSH-09CR

INDOOR UNIT

Y G

Y G Y G

COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR

FAN CAPACITOR

14

7.2.1.2 MSH-12CR

15

7.2.2 Heating/cooling 7.2.2.1 MSH-07HR, MSH-09HR

16

7.2.2.2 MSH-12HR

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7.1 Electric Control working environment 7.1.1 input voltage: 175~253V 7.1.2 Input power frequency:50Hz 7.1.3 Ambient temperature: -7C~+45C 7.1.4 Indoor fan normal working amp is less than 1A, 7.1.5 Outdoor fan. Normal working amp is less than 1.5A 7.1.6 Four-way valve normal working amp is less than 1A. 7.1.7 Swing motor: DC12V. 7.1.8 Compressor: single-phase power supply. Its normal working amp is less than 15A 7.2 Proper symbols and their meanings: TA: Indoor ambient temperature TE: Indoor evaporator temperature TS: Setting temperature through the remote controller I3sec: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue three seconds until turns off the compressor. I5MIN: Self-protection amp of compressor, continue five minutes until turns off the compressor. IFAN: Self-protection amp of outdoor fan/indoor fans when they change from higher wind to lower wind. IRESTORE: Amp self-protection return value THDEFROST: High wind, defrosting temperature difference TMDEFROST: Middle wind, defrosting temperature difference TLDEFROST: Low wind, defrosting temperature difference TE1: Anti-cold wind, from Fan Off to Breeze temperature TE2: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Setting Fan Speed temperature TE3: Anti-cold wind, from Setting Fan Speed to Breeze temperature TE4: Anti-cold wind, from Breeze to Fan Off temperature TE5: Evaporator low temperature protection entering temperature TE6: Evaporator low temperature protection restoring temperature TE7: Evaporator high temperature protection, compressor off temperature TE8: Evaporator high temperature protection, fan off temperature TE9: Evaporator high temperature protection, restoring temperature 7.3 Functions Remote receiving Testing and forced running Position set for indoor unit wind vane LED displaying and alarm On or off Timer Protection for the compressor Current protection High temperature protection of indoor heat exchanger at heating mode Auto defrosting and heating recovery at heating mode Anti cold air at heating mode Anti frozen at cooling mode

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7.4 Protection 7.4.1 3 minutes delay at restart for compressor. 7.4.2 Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection 7.4.3 Fan Speed is out of control. When Indoor Fan Speed is too high(higher than High Fan+300RPM)or too low(lower than 400RPM), the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 7.4.4 Cross Zero signal error warning. If there is no Cross Zero signals in 4 minutes, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 7.4.5 The current protection of the compressor
Condition Current up I< IRESTORE IRESTORE <I< IFAN Indoor fan On On Low speed IFAN <I<I5MIN I5MIN<I< I3SEC Current down I5MIN<I< I3SEC IFAN <I<I5MIN IRESTORE <I< IFAN On Low speed I< IRESTORE On Compressor On On On Off Off Off Off On On On Outdoor fan On Off On Off Off Off Off Off On On Heating mode Cooling mode After 5 Minutes After 3 Seconds After 3 Seconds After 5 Minutes Heating mode Cooling mode Remark

If compressor turns off for continuously 4 times due to current protection in 5 minutes from Compressor On, the unit stops and LED displays failure information and cant returns to normal operation automatically. 7.5 Fan-only mode Fan speed is high/mid/low/ Auto 7.6 Cooling mode The 4-way valve is closed at cooling mode. The action of the compressor and the outdoor fan:
Condition T=Indoor Temp. Ts=Setting Temp. Room temp. up Room temp. down T> Ts+1 T<Ts+1 T> Ts T<Ts Compressor Outdoor fan

On Off On Off

On Off On Off Indoor fan speed

Auto fan at cooling mode:


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<4 4 <T<5 T>5 Room temp. down T> 4 1 <T<4 T<1 19 Low Med. High High Med. Low

Anti-freezing control to indoor evaporator at cooling mode( T: evaporator temp. )


Condition Temp. Time On >5 Minutes >5 Minutes Off On Off On Off On Off Compressor Outdoor fan

Evaporator Temp. up Evaporator Temp. down

T> TE6 T< TE6 T> TE5 T< TE5

7.7 Dehumidifying mode 7.7.1 The 4-way valve is off in dehumidifying mode 7.7.2 Compressor and Indoor Fan actions in dehumidifying mode
NO 1 Conditions TA TS+2 TS TA<TS+2 Indoor Fan LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE LOW BREEZE Compressor and Outdoor Fan ON 6minutes OFF 4minutes ON 5minutes OFF 5minutes ON 4minutes OFF 6minutes

TA < TS

Repeat on and off cycle.


Low room temperature protection: When room temperature decreases to below 10 , compressor and outdoor fan will stop(indoor fan is Breeze). Dehumidifying operation will be resumed when room temperature restores to over 13 . 7.7.4 At dehumidifying mode, the anti-freezing function of the indoor heat exchanger is the same as that of cooling mode. 7.7.5 At dehumidifying mode, the action of fans of indoor is the same as that of air-only mode. 7.8 Heating mode 7.8.1 Generally, the 4-way valve is open in heating mode, but it is closed in defrosting mode. 4-way valve must delay 2 minutes compared with compressor if the compressor changed into non-heating mode or turned off. 4-way valve doesn't delay in dehumidifying mode. 7.8.2 Generally, the outdoor fan is turned off with the on-off action of compressor in heating mode, except for the defrosting mode or the end of defrost. 7.8.3 Action of compressor and outdoor fan motor at heating mode: compressor must run for 7 minutes after starting and then judge temperature. Meanwhile other protections are still valid.
Condition Room temp. up T> Ts+3 T<Ts+3 Room temp. down T< Ts+2 T>Ts+2 Compressor Off On On Off Outdoor fan Off On On Off

7.7.3

7.8.4

Indoor Fan actions at heating mode Indoor Fan can be set at HIGH/MID/LOW/AUTO by using a remote controller, but Anti-cold wind function prevails. Anti-cold wind control function at heating mode
Condition Indoor fan speed

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T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE1 TE1<T<TE2 T>TE2 Indoor exchanger temp. down T> TE3 TE3<T<TE4 T<TE4 Off Breeze Setting fan speed Setting fan speed Breeze Off

7.8.5

Auto wind at heating mode


Condition T=Indoor Temp.-Setting Temp. Room temp. up T<2 T>2 Room temp. down T> 0 T<0 High Med. Med. High Indoor fan speed

7.8.6

Indoor evaporator high-temperature protection at heating mode


Condition T= Indoor exchanger temp. Indoor exchanger temp. up T<TE8 TE8<T<TE7 T>TE7 Indoor exchanger temp. down T>TE9 T<TE9 On On Off Off On On Off Off Off On Compressor Outdoor fan

7.8.7. The louver opens to Standard Angle ANGLHEAT when power is on for the first time 7.9 Defrosting operation (Available for heating only). 7.9.1 Defrosting condition: Defrosting starts when either of the following & : A and B are satisfied: A: The compressor keeps running for 40 minutes or more. B: The temperature difference of evaporator and room temperature meets one of the following:
Temp. of evaporator---room temp.

Fan speed is high Fan speed is mid Fan speed is low Breeze

THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST Meet only if it is Breeze

7.9.2

Calculate from the end of latest defrost, evaporator high temp. protection only closes outdoor fan with the compressor still running. Add up to 90 minutes. Defrosting time If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for less than 40 minutes, this can be regarded as severe frosting. The defrosting time is 10 minutes. If the temp. difference condition is satisfied for more than 40 minutes, the defrosting time is 6 minutes.
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If the temp. difference condition is satisfied out of 40 minutes, generally the defrosting time is 6 minutes, after three continuous 6-minute defrost, the fourth should be 10 minutes defrost. The circulation is as following: 7.5-minute defrost 7.5-minute defrost7.5-minute defrost10-minute defrost

7.10

Ending condition of defrosting If one of following conditions is satisfied, end the defrost and turn into heating mode: A. The defrost time has reached to 7.5 or 10 minutes. B. The compressor current has reached to IDEFROST or above, IDEROST differs in different models.

7.11

Defrosting Actions:
Defrost 10or 6minutes

45S
Compressor

25S

4-way Valve

23S 40S

Outdoor Fan

Indoor Fan

10S

7.12 utomatic operation mode 7.12.1 The air conditioner automatically selects one of the following operation modes: cooling, heating or fan only according to the temp. difference between room temp. (TA) and set temp. (TS).
TATS TATS>2 -1 TA-TS+2 TA-TS<-1 Operation mode Cooling Fan-only Heating (air-only for cooling only type)

7.12.2 7.12.3 7.12.4

The indoor fan blows automatically in corresponding selected mode. The motion of indoor fans blade should accord with the selected operation mode. One mode should be carried out for at least 15 minutes once selected. If the compressor cannot start for 15 minutes, reselect the operation mode according to the room temp. and set temp., or reselect when the set temp. varies.

7.13 orced cooling function 7.13.1 Select forced cooling function with the forced cooling button or the switch. 7.13.2 The compressor is unconditionally turned on, after 30 minutes cooling operation whose fan mode is set as low, the A/C operates at the DRY mode with a set temp. of 24 .
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7.13.3 All protections of remote control cooling are available at forced cooling operation. 7.14 Forced Auto function Select forced auto function with the forced auto button or the switch. In forced auto status the A/C operates at remote control mode with a set temp. of 24 . 7.15 Timer Function 7.16 Economic Running 7.16.1 The economic running function is available at cooling, heating or auto mode. 7.17 Cooling: The set temperature rise 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the fan speed is kept at low speed. 7.18 Heating: The set temperature decrease 1 per hour. Two hours later, the set temperature will maintain as a constant and the air circulation is kept at low speed (Cold air proof function takes precedence over all). 7.19 Auto: The economic running function operates in accordance with selected running mode by auto mode. 7.20 uto restart function: In case of a sudden power failure, this function automatically sets the unit to previous settings before the power failure when power returns.

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7.21

Models and Parameters

Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

MSH-07CR 8.5A

MSH-09CR 8.5A

MSH-09CR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A

MSH-09HR 10.0A 7.5A 5.5A 4.5A 3.5A 28 32 30 26

6.2A 5.2A 4.2A

6.2A 5.2A 4.2A


3.5A 28 32 30 26

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

4 10

4 10 60 53 50

200

200 0

200

200 0

124

124 14 15 16

124

124 14 15 16

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Model I3SEC I5MIN IFAN IRESTORE IDEFROST TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5 TE6 TE7 TE8 TE9 ANGLCOOL ANGLHEAT ANGLOFF THDEFROST TMDEFROST TLDEFROST

MSH-12CR

MSH-12HR

14.5A 13.5A 9.5A 8.5A

14.5A 13.5A 9.5A 8.5A 6.5A 34 37 33 22

2 7

2 7 62 56 50

170

170 10

124

124 19 20 21

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8.Troubleshooting 8.1 Display board

Infrared Signal Receiver

1: AUTO indicator 2: TIMER indicator 3: PRE.-DEF. Indicator 4: OPERATION indicator 5: SLEEP indicator 8.2 For all heat pump model
Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEROM error No over-zero signal X On Operation lamp Timer lamp X On

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

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8.3 Diagnostic Chart 8.3.1 After energizing, no indicator is lighted and the air conditioner cant be operated.
After energizing, the air conditioner cant be operated

Check if AC220V power supply outputs to Indoor PCB.

Yes
Check if AC220V exists at the primary coil of transformer.

Yes

No
Indoor PCB is defective

Check if AC14.5V exists at the secondary coil of transformer.

No
Take off the secondary plug of transformer, and then check if AC14.5V exists at the secondary coil of transformer.

Yes Yes

No
The transformer is defective. Indoor PCB is defective

8.3.2 Resetting phenomenon often occurs during operation. (That is automatically entering to the status when power is on.)
The reason is that the instantaneous voltage of main chip is less than 4.5V. Check according to the following procedure:

Resetting phenomenon often occurs during operation.

Yes
After changing Indoor PCB, check if the failure releases.

No
After changing indoor fan motor, check if the failure releases.

Yes
Indoor PCB is defective

No
Power supply circuit has problems.

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8.3.3 Failure phenomenon


Failure phenomenon Indoor fan speed has been out of control for over 1 minute Indoor room temp. or evaporator sensor is open circuit or short circuit Over current protection of the compressor occurs 4 times EEROM error No over-zero signal X On Operation lamp Timer lamp X On

r Extinguish Flash at 5Hz

8.3.3.1 Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp off.


Is connector connection good? Yes No

Is voltage being applied to the fan motor?

Repair the connector

Yes Fan motor is defective

No Indoor PCB is defective

8.3.3.2 Operation lamp flashes and Timer lamp on.


Is connection to connector good? No

Yes Replace the sensor

Repair connector

8.3.3.3 Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes


Operation lamp off and Timer lamp flashes

After changing the main control board, check if the failure releases.

No
The voltage of power supply is too low (less than 187V)?

Yes

Yes

Indoor PCB is defective

Yes
Power supply fault

No
Outdoor unit fault (such as the compressor)

8.3.3.4 Operation lamp on and Timer lamp flashes EEROM error, indoor PCB is defective. 8.3.3.5 Operation lamp flashes, Timer lamp flashes . This is alarm signal when the main chip cant detect over-zero signal. When such failure occurs, the main control board must have fault.
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9. Characteristic of temp. sensor


Temp. -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Resistance K 62.2756 58.7079 56.3694 52.2438 49.3161 46.5725 44 41.5878 39.8239 37.1988 35.2024 33.3269 31.5635 29.9058 28.3459 26.8778 25.4954 24.1932 22.5662 21.8094 20.7184 19.6891 18.7177 17.8005 16.9341 16.1156 15.3418 Temp. 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 Resistance K 14.6181 13.918 13.2631 12.6431 12.0561 11.5 10.9731 10.4736 10 9.5507 9.1245 8.7198 8.3357 7.9708 7.6241 7.2946 6.9814 6.6835 6.4002 6.1306 5.8736 5.6296 5.3969 5.1752 4.9639 4.7625 4.5705 Temp. 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 Resistance K 4.3874 4.2126 4.0459 3.8867 3.7348 3.5896 3.451 3.3185 3.1918 3.0707 2.959 2.8442 2.7382 2.6368 2.5397 2.4468 2.3577 2.2725 2.1907 2.1124 2.0373 1.9653 1.8963 1.830 1.7665 1.7055 1.6469

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