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1. Features ..................................................................................................3
2. Power Supply ..........................................................................................7
3. Functions.................................................................................................8
4. Specifications ..........................................................................................9
4.1 Cooling Only.............................................................................................9
4.2 Heat Pump .............................................................................................11
5. Dimensions ...........................................................................................13
6. Wiring Diagrams....................................................................................14
6.1 Indoor Units ............................................................................................14
6.2 Outdoor Units .........................................................................................15
7. Piping Diagrams....................................................................................16
7.1 Indoor Units ............................................................................................16
7.2 Outdoor Units .........................................................................................17
8. Capacity Tables ....................................................................................19
8.1 Cooling Only...........................................................................................19
8.2 Heat Pump .............................................................................................21
8.3 Capacity correction factor by the length of refrigerant piping
(Reference) ............................................................................................23
9. Operation Limit......................................................................................24
9.1 Cooling Only...........................................................................................24
9.2 Heat Pump .............................................................................................25
10.Sound Level ..........................................................................................26
10.1 Overall Sound Level ...............................................................................26
10.2 Octave Band Level .................................................................................27
11.Electric Characteristics..........................................................................30
12.Installation Manual ................................................................................31
12.1 Safety Precautions .................................................................................31
12.2 Indoor Units ............................................................................................32
12.3 Outdoor Units .........................................................................................40
13.Operation Manual..................................................................................47

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14.Optional Accessories ............................................................................72


14.1 Option List ..............................................................................................72
14.2 Installation Manual .................................................................................73

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1. Features

New type of Air Flow


Wall Mounted

The suction and discharge have been placed further apart.


Top suction grille is collecting approx. 80% of returned air.
Grille type Flat type

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4
1

10 10
Current Air Flow New Air Flow
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1. Comfort
Wall Mounted
Dust Free to keep the optimum capacity
and sound level
Characteristic of cross flow fan
Unless the grille is
Large
cleaned regularly
Sound
Level

Increased
Operation Sound

Pressure drop Large

Large
Reduced Capacity
Airflow rate

Dust
Pressure drop Large

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Intelligent Eye for Wall Mounted Type

= Just one push of the [SENSOR] button =

Sensor

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Intelligent Eye for Wall Mounted Type

= Automatic shift up when sensing no human, intelligently saving energy =


Cooling Saving
2C Shift up Back to 20%!
Minimum frequency normal
(34Hz) operation
when
presence
Power consumption

detected
Temperature

Energy
Normal Saving Normal
operation operation operation
Normal Energy saving
operation operation
activated
Absence 20min time
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Intelligent Eye for Wall Mounted Type

= When absence shift down automatically makes energy saving intelligently


Heating Returns to Saving
normal operation
2C Shift down upon sensing 30%!
Minimum frequency a sign of human
(34Hz)

Power consumption
Temperature

Energy
Normal Saving Normal
operation operation Normal Energy saving
operation
operation operation
activated
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Indoor Unit Silent Operation


When air flow is set to Quiet through a remote controller,
the operation sound of the indoor unit is reduced by 3dB.
This is a convenient function while studying or sleeping.

Air flow setting button

Auto Quiet Ultra low Low High

Indoor units fan


<Note> H
If the unit operates in Quiet or M
Ultra low mode with small air
flow, operating noise is reduced L
but cooling / heating capacity is SL
reduced too.
Quiet ON

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Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Filter Wall mounted
25/35 class

Photocatalytic titanium oxide filter


Powerful oxidizing effect decompose the
odours or harmful gas by chemical
reaction.
Also catch the bacteria and virus and
Photocatalytic stop their multiplication.
* Recover the deodorizing
deodorizing filter power by exposing this
filter to the sun.
Decompose the
odours and bacteria. - need maintenance
once per 6 months
- hang the filters under
the sun for about
6 hours
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2. Power Supply
Indoor Units Outdoor Units Power Supply
FTKE25BVM RKE25BVM
FTKE35BVM RKE35BVM
FTKE25BVMA RKE25BVMA 1, 220~240V, 50Hz
FTKE35BVMA RKE35BVMA 1, 220~230V, 60Hz
FTXE25BVMA RXE25BVMA
FTXE35BVMA RXE35BVMA

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3. Functions

FTKE2535BVM(A)

FTKE2535BVM(A)
RKE2535BVM(A)

RKE2535BVM(A)
FTXE2535BVMA

FTXE2535BVMA
RXE2535BVMA

RXE2535BVMA
Category Functions Category Functions

Inverter (with Inverter Power Control) { {


Air Purifying Filter with Bacteriostatic,
10 10 { {
Operation Limit for Cooling (C) Virustatic Functions
~46 ~46
Basic
Function 10
Operation Limit for Heating (C) ~15 Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter { {

PAM Control Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic


Deodorizing Function
Oval Scroll Compressor Health & Longlife Filter
Clean
Swing Compressor Ultra-Longlife Filter (Option)
Compressor
Rotary Compressor { { Mold Proof Air Filter { {
Reluctance DC Motor Wipe-clean Flat Panel { {
Power-Airflow Flap Washable Grille
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps { { Filter Cleaning Indicator
Power-Airflow Diffuser Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
Wide-Angle Louvers { { 24-Hour On/Off Timer { {
Comfortable Timer
Airflow Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down) { { Night Set Mode { {
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left) Auto-Restart (after Power Failure) { {

3-D Airflow Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display { {


Worry Free 2 2
Reliability &
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only) Durability Wiring Error Check
Auto Fan Speed { { Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
{ {
Indoor Unit Silent Operation { { Heat Exchanger
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic) Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible { {
Outdoor Unit Silent Operation (Manual) 1 1 Indoor Unit
Comfort
Control Intelligent Eye { { Flexible Voltage Correspondence { {
Flexibility
Quick Warming Function { High Ceiling Application
Hot-Start Function { Chargeless 10m 10m
Automatic Defrosting { Power Selection

Automatic Operation {
5-Rooms Centralized Controller { {
(Option)
Operation Programme Dry Function { { Remote Control Adaptor { {
Fan Only { { Remote (Normal Open-Pulse Contact)(Option)
Control
New Powerful Operation (Non-Inverter) Remote Control Adaptor { {
Inverter Powerful Operation { { (Normal Open Contact)(Option)
Priority-Room Setting DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor)(Option) { {
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock Remote Wireless { {
Lifestyle Home Leave Operation { { Controller Wired
Convenience
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch { {
Signal Reception Indicator { {
Temperature Display
Another Room Operation
Note: { : Holding Functions 1 : The button on the remote controller does not operate
in the case of pair connections.
: No Functions (However it operates for multi-system connections.)
2 : Digital Only

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4. Specifications
4.1 Cooling Only
220 - 230 - 240V, 50Hz / 220 - 230V, 60Hz
Indoor Units FTKE25BVM FTKE35BVM
Models
Outdoor Units RKE25BVM RKE35BVM
kW 2.55 (1.3~3.2) 3.5 (1.4~4.0)
Capacity Btu/h 8,700 (4,400~10,900) 12,000 (4,800~13,700)
Rated (Min.~Max.)
kcal/h 2,200 (1,100~2,750) 3,010 (1,200~3,450)
Moisture Removal L/h 1.2 1.9
Running Current (Rated) A 4.8 6.8
Power Consumption W 880 (430~1,250) 1,150 (500~1,550)
Rated (Min.~Max.)
Power Factor % 83.3 - 79.7 - 76.4 / 83.3 - 79.7 76.9 - 73.5 - 70.5 / 76.9 - 73.5
COP (Rated) W/W 2.90 3.04
Liquid mm 6.4 6.4
Piping 9.5 12.7
Connections Gas mm
Drain mm 18.0 18.0
Heat Insulation Both Liquid and Gas Pipes Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
Indoor Unit FTKE25BVM FTKE35BVM
Front Panel Color White White
H 7.8 (275) 7.7 (272)
M 6.4 (226) 6.3 (222)
Air Flow Rate m/min
(cfm) L 5.0 (177) 4.9 (173)
SL 4.3 (152) 4.4 (155)
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Fan Motor Output W 18 18
Speed Steps 5 Steps, Silent and Auto 5 Steps, Silent and Auto
Air Direction Control Right, Left, Horizontal and Downward Right, Left, Horizontal and Downward
Air Filter Removable / Washable / Mildew Proof Removable / Washable / Mildew Proof
Running Current (Rated) A 0.17 - 0.18 - 0.18 / 0.21 - 0.21 0.17 - 0.18 - 0.18 / 0.21 - 0.21
Power Consumption (Rated) W 37 - 40 - 43 / 45 - 48 37 - 40 - 43 / 45 - 48
Power Factor % 98.9 - 96.6 - 99.5 / 97.4 - 99.4 98.9 - 96.6 - 99.5 / 97.4 - 99.4
Temperature Control Microcomputer Control Microcomputer Control
Dimensions (HWD) mm 273784195 273784195
Packaged Dimensions (WDH) mm 834325258 834325258
Weight kg 7.5 7.5
Gross Weight kg 11 11
Operation H/M/L/SL dBA 37 / 34 / 30 / 27 38 / 35 / 32 / 29
Sound
Outdoor Unit RKE25BVM RKE35BVM
Casing Color Ivory White Ivory White
Type Hermetically Sealed Rotary Type Hermetically Sealed Rotary Type
Compressor Model RC1X26BTNT RC1X26BTNT
Motor Output W 750 750
Refrigerant Type SUNISO 4GSD.I. SUNISO 4GSD.I.
Oil Charge L 0.4 0.4
Type R22 R22
Refrigerant
Charge kg 0.72 0.89
m/min 28.0 - 29.0 - 30.0 / 29.0 - 30.0 26.5 - 27.5 - 28.0 / 27.5 - 28.0
Air Flow Rate
cfm 988 - 1,024 - 1,059 / 1,024 - 1,059 935 - 971 - 988 / 971 - 988
Type Propeller Propeller
Fan
Motor Output W 25 25
Running Current (Rated) A 4.63 - 4.62 - 4.62 / 4.59 - 4.59 6.63 - 6.62 - 6.62 / 6.59 - 6.59
Power Consumption (Rated) W 843 - 840 - 837 / 835 - 832 1,113 - 1,110 - 1,107 / 1,105 - 1,102
Power Factor % 82.8 - 79.1 - 75.5 / 82.7 - 78.8 76.3 - 72.9 - 69.7 / 76.2 - 72.7
Starting Current A 4.8 6.8
Dimensions (HWD) mm 560695265 560695265
Packaged Dimensions (WDH) mm 797310599 797310599
Weight kg 31 32
Gross Weight kg 34 36
Operation Sound dBA 45 - 46 - 47 / 46 - 47 46 - 47 - 48 / 47 - 48
Drawing No. 3D040693 3D040694

Notes: MAX. interunit piping length: 25m


MAX. interunit height difference: 15m Conversion Formulae
Amount of additional charge of refrigerant 20g/m for piping length exceeding 10m kcal/h=kW860
The data are based on the conditions shown in the table below. Btu/h=kW3414
cfm=m/min35.3
Standard Cooling Piping Length
JIS C 9612 Indoor ; 27CDB/19CWB 5m
Outdoor ; 35CDB/24CWB

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220 - 230 - 240V, 50Hz / 220 - 230V, 60Hz


Indoor Units FTKE25BVMA FTKE35BVMA
Models
Outdoor Units RKE25BVMA RKE35BVMA
kW 2.54 (1.3~3.2) 3.6 (1.4~4.0)
Capacity Btu/h 8,700 (4,400~10,900) 12,300 (4,800~13,700)
Rated (Min.~Max.)
kcal/h 2,190 (1,100~2,750) 3,100 (1,200~3,450)
Moisture Removal L/h 1.2 1.9
Running Current (Rated) A 5.1 7.4
Power Consumption W 900 (430~1,250) 1,340 (500~1,550)
Rated (Min.~Max.)
Power Factor % 80.2 - 76.7 - 73.5 / 80.2 - 76.7 82.3 - 78.7 - 75.5 / 82.3 - 78.7
COP (Rated) W/W 2.82 2.69
Liquid mm 6.4 6.4
Piping 9.5 12.7
Connections Gas mm
Drain mm 18.0 18.0
Heat Insulation Both Liquid and Gas Pipes Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
Indoor Unit FTKE25BVMA FTKE35BVMA
Front Panel Color White White
H 7.8 (275) 7.7 (272)
M 6.4 (226) 6.3 (222)
Air Flow Rate m/min
(cfm) L 5.0 (177) 4.9 (173)
SL 4.3 (152) 4.4 (155)
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Fan Motor Output W 18 18
Speed Steps 5 Steps, Silent and Auto 5 Steps, Silent and Auto
Air Direction Control Right, Left, Horizontal and Downward Right, Left, Horizontal and Downward
Air Filter Removable / Washable / Mildew Proof Removable / Washable / Mildew Proof
Running Current (Rated) A 0.17 - 0.18 - 0.18 / 0.21 - 0.21 0.17 - 0.18 - 0.18 / 0.21 - 0.21
Power Consumption (Rated) W 37 - 40 - 43 / 45 - 48 37 - 40 - 43 / 45 - 48
Power Factor % 98.9 - 96.6 - 99.5 / 97.4 - 99.4 98.9 - 96.6 - 99.5 / 97.4 - 99.4
Temperature Control Microcomputer Control Microcomputer Control
Dimensions (HWD) mm 273784195 273784195
Packaged Dimensions (WDH) mm 834325258 834325258
Weight kg 7.5 7.5
Gross Weight kg 11 11
Operation H/M/L/SL dBA 37 / 34 / 30 / 27 38 / 35 / 32 / 29
Sound
Outdoor Unit RKE25BVMA RKE35BVMA
Casing Color Ivory White Ivory White
Type Hermetically Sealed Rotary Type Hermetically Sealed Rotary Type
Compressor Model RC1X26BTNT RC1X26BTNT
Motor Output W 750 750
Refrigerant Type SUNISO 4GSD.I. SUNISO 4GSD.I.
Oil Charge L 0.4 0.4
Type R22 R22
Refrigerant
Charge kg 0.72 0.92
m/min 28.0 - 29.0 - 30.0 / 29.0 - 30.0 26.5 - 27.5 - 28.0 / 27.5 - 28.0
Air Flow Rate
cfm 988 - 1,024 - 1,059 / 1,024 - 1,059 935 - 971 - 988 / 971 -988
Type Propeller Propeller
Fan
Motor Output W 25 25
Running Current (Rated) A 4.93 - 4.92 - 4.92 / 4.89 - 4.89 7.23 - 7.22 - 7.22 / 7.19 - 7.19
Power Consumption (Rated) W 863 - 860 - 857 / 855 - 852 1,303 - 1,300 - 1,297 / 1,295 - 1,292
Power Factor % 79.6 - 76.0 - 72.6 / 79.5 - 75.8 81.9 - 78.3 - 74.8 / 81.9 - 78.1
Starting Current A 5.1 7.4
Dimensions (HWD) mm 560695265 560695265
Packaged Dimensions (WDH) mm 797310599 797310599
Weight kg 31 32
Gross Weight kg 34 36
Operation Sound dBA 45 - 46 - 47 / 46 - 47 46 - 47 - 48 / 47 - 48
Drawing No. 3D040697 3D040698

Notes: MAX. interunit piping length: 25m


MAX. interunit height difference: 15m Conversion Formulae
Amount of additional charge of refrigerant 20g/m for piping length exceeding 10m kcal/h=kW860
The data are based on the conditions shown in the table below. Btu/h=kW3414
cfm=m/min35.3
Standard Cooling Piping Length
JIS C 9612 Indoor ; 27CDB/19CWB 5m
Outdoor ; 35CDB/24CWB
The data on the conditions (AS/NZS3823.1):
(Rated) FTKE25BVMA FTKE35BVMA
Capacity kW 2.5 3.5
Running Current A 5.1 7.4
Power Consumption W 960 1,470
COP W/W 2.60 2.38

(Conditions)
Standard Cooling Piping Length Power Supply
AS/NZS3823.1 Indoor ; 27CDB/19CWB 7.5m 50Hz 230V
Outdoor ; 35CDB/24CWB

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4.2 Heat Pump


220 - 230 - 240V, 50Hz / 220 - 230V, 60Hz
Indoor Units FTXE25BVMA FTXE35BVMA
Models RXE25BVMA RXE35BVMA
Outdoor Units
Cooling Heating Cooling Heating
kW 2.54 (1.3~3.0) 3.4 (1.3~4.0) 3.60 (1.4~3.8) 4.2 (1.4~5.1)
Capacity Btu/h 8,700 (4,400~10,300) 11,600 (4,400~13,600) 12,300 (4,800~13,000) 14,300 (4,800~17,600)
Rated (Min.~Max.)
kcal/h 2,190 (1,100~2,600) 2,920 (1,100~3,440) 3,100 (1,200~3,300) 3,600 (1,200~4,400)
Moisture Removal L/h 1.2 1.9
Running Current (Rated) A 5.1 5.6 7.4 7.3
Power Consumption W 900 (430~1,250) 1,100 (350~1,350) 1,360 (500~1,720) 1,340 (405~1,900)
Rated (Min.~Max.)
Power Factor % 80.2-76.7-73.5 / 80.2-76.7 89.3-85.4-81.8 / 89.3-85.4 83.5-79.9-76.6 / 83.5-79.9 83.4-79.8-76.5 / 83.4-79.8
COP (Rated) W/W 2.82 3.09 2.65 3.13
Liquid mm 6.4 6.4
Piping 9.5 12.7
Connections Gas mm
Drain mm 18.0 18.0
Heat Insulation Both Liquid and Gas Pipes Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
Indoor Units FTXE25BVMA FTXE35BVMA
Front Panel Color White White
H 7.8 (275) 8.1 (286) 7.7 (272) 8.1 (286)
M 6.4 (226) 6.6 (233) 6.3 (222) 6.6 (233)
Air Flow Rate m/min
(cfm) L 5.0 (177) 5.1 (180) 4.9 (173) 5.1 (180)
SL 4.3 (152) 4.3 (152) 4.4 (155) 4.4 (155)
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Fan Motor Output W 18 18
Speed Steps 5 Steps, Silent and Auto 5 Steps, Silent and Auto
Air Direction Control Right, Left, Horizontal and Downward Right, Left, Horizontal and Downward
Air Filter Removable / Washable / Mildew Proof Removable / Washable / Mildew Proof
Running Current (Rated) A 0.17-0.18-0.18 / 0.21-0.21 0.17-0.18-0.18 / 0.21-0.21 0.17-0.18-0.18 / 0.21-0.21 0.17-0.18-0.18 / 0.21-0.21
Power Consumption (Rated) W 37-40-43 / 45-48 37-40-43 / 45-48 37-40-43 / 45-48 37-40-43 / 45-48
Power Factor % 98.9-96.6-99.5 / 97.4-99.4 98.9-96.6-99.5 / 97.4-99.4 98.9-96.6-99.5 / 97.4-99.4 98.9-96.6-99.5 / 97.4-99.4
Temperature Control Microcomputer Control Microcomputer Control
Dimensions (HWD) mm 273784195 273784195
Packaged Dimensions (WDH) mm 834325258 834325258
Weight kg 7.5 7.5
Gross Weight kg 11 11
Operation H/M/L/SL dBA 37 / 34 / 30 / 27 37 / 33 / 30 / 27 38 / 35 / 32 / 29 38 / 35 / 31 / 28
Sound
Outdoor Units RXE25BVMA RXE35BVMA
Casing Color Ivory White Ivory White
Type Hermetically Sealed Rotary Type Hermetically Sealed Rotary Type
Compressor Model RC1X26BTNT RC1X26BTNT
Motor Output W 750 750
Refrigerant Type SUNISO 4GSD.I. SUNISO 4GSD.I.
Oil Charge L 0.4 0.4
Type R22 R22
Refrigerant
Charge kg 0.72 0.95
m/min 28.0-29.0-30.0 / 29.0-30.0 25.0-25.5-26.5 / 25.5-26.5 26.5-27.5-28.0 / 27.5-28.0 22.5-23.5-24.0 / 23.0-24.0
Air Flow Rate 988-1,024-1,059
cfm / 1,024-1,059 883-900-935 / 900-935 935-971-988 / 971-988 794-830-847 / 812-847
Type Propeller Propeller
Fan
Motor Output W 25 25
Running Current (Rated) A 4.93-4.92-4.92 / 4.89-4.89 5.43-5.42-5.42 / 5.39-5.39 7.23-7.22-7.22 / 7.19-7.19 7.13-7.12-7.12 / 7.09-7.09
Power Consumption (Rated) W 863-860-857 / 855-852 1,063-1,060-1,057 1,323-1,320-1,317 1,303-1,300-1,297
/ 1,055-1,052 / 1,315-1,312 / 1,295-1,292
Power Factor % 79.6-76.0-72.6 / 79.5-75.8 89.0-85.0-81.3 / 89.0-84.9 83.2-79.5-76.0 / 83.1-79.3 83.1-79.4-75.9 / 83.0-79.2
Starting Current A 5.6 7.3
Dimensions (HWD) mm 560695265 560695265
Packaged Dimensions (WDH) mm 797310599 797310599
Weight kg 31 32
Gross Weight kg 34 36
Operation Sound dBA 45-46-47 / 46-47 46-47-48 / 47-48 46-47-48 / 47-48 47-48-49 / 48-49
Drawing No. 3D040689 3D040690

Notes: MAX. interunit piping length: 15m


MAX. interunit height difference: 15m Conversion Formulae
Amount of additional charge of refrigerant 20g/m for piping length exceeding 10m kcal/h=kW860
The data are based on the conditions shown in the table below. Btu/h=kW3414
cfm=m/min35.3
Standard Cooling Heating Piping Length
JIS C 9612 Indoor ; 27CDB/19CWB Indoor ; 20CDB 5m
Outdoor ; 35CDB/24CWB Outdoor ; 7CDB/6CWB

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FTXE25BVMA FTXE35BVMA
(Rated)
Cooling Heating Cooling Heating
Capacity kW 2.5 3.4 3.5 4.2
Running Current A 5.1 5.6 7.4 7.3
Power Consumption W 960 1,090 1,485 1,500
COP W/W 2.60 3.12 2.36 2.80

(Conditions)
Standard Cooling Heating Piping Length Power Supply
AS/NZS3823.1 Indoor ; 27CDB/19CWB Indoor ; 20CDB 7.5m 50Hz 230V
Outdoor ; 35CDB/24CWB Outdoor ; 7CDB/6CWB

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FTKE25BVM(A) / FTKE35BVM(A) / FTXE25BVMA / FTXE35BVMA

PERFORMANCE)
THE MARK () SHOWS PIPING DIRECTION AIR FLOW(INDOOR)
REQUIRED SPACE

(SPACE FOR
(FOR PERFORMANCE AND
REAR MAINTENANCE)

30MIN
784

LEFT RIGHT
(MOUNTING PLATE)
INCLUDING

197
50MIN 50MIN
195
(SPACE FOR (SPACE FOR
PERFORMANCE) PERFORMANCE)

HOME LEAVE LAMP NAME PLATE

273
TERMINAL BLOCK
SIGNAL RECEIVER WITH EARTH TERMINAL

ROOM TEMP. SENSOR GAS PIPE SEE NOTE 1.


BOTTOM (THE LENGTH OF PIPE OUTSIDE DRAIN HOSE
INTELLIGENT EYE SENSOR (CONNECTING PART
FRONT PANEL FIXED SCREWS THE UNIT: ABOUT 300)
(INSIDE) TIMER LAMP NOTE :1.GAS PIPE SPECIFICATION I.D.14.0,O.D.18.0)
FLAPS OPERATION LAMP FTX(K)E25-- 9.5CuT LIQUID PIPE 6.4CuT (THE HOSE LENGTH OF OUTSIDE
(THE LENGTH OF PIPE OUTSIDE THE UNIT IS APPROX. 410)
SIGNAL TRANSMITTER INDOOR UNIT ON/OFF SWICH FTX(K)E35-- THE UNIT: ABOUT 350)
12.7CuT
FTKE09(12)--
(784)

14.5
58 18 637.5 60

30
BLADE ANGLE
DAIKIN

UP/DOWN(AUTOMATIC)
COOLING, DRY HEATING

177.5

155.5
( 273 )
41.5
163

0
20
0
25
45 20 60

41.5
25
45 110
WALL HOLE FOR EMBEDDED PIPING
RIGHT/LEFT(MANUAL) 65 HOLE WALL HOLE
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER 65 HOLE
FTXE--BVMA BVMT : (ARC433A1) STANDARD LOCATIONS OF WALL HOLES
50
FTXE--BVMC : (ARC433A11) 50 3D040636A
FTKE-- : (ARC433A2)

RKE25BVM(A) / RKE35BVM(A) / RXE25BVMA / RXE35BVMA

4-HOLES FOR ANCHOR BOLTS WALL HEIGHT ON AIR OUTLET SIDE


(M8 OR M10) MINIMUM SPACE FOR AIR PASSAGE
DRAIN OUTLET =LESS THAN 1200

150
(I.D15.9 HOSE FOR CONNECTION) 420
20
12
33

100

150

50
288
304

50
50
300
50

100

470 115
NAME PLATE TERMINAL STRIP
19 695 70 8 265 OUTDOOR AIR THERMISTOR
WIRING INLET WITH EARTH TERMINAL
560

78

74

SERVICE PORT 118 21


178
MODEL GAS STOP VALVE
( CuT) IN CASE OF REMOVING LIQUID STOP VALVE
RX25,RK25 9.5 STOP VALVE COVER (6.4CuT)
RXE25,RKE25
RX35,RK35
RXE35,RKE35 12.7
RKE09,RKE12
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6. Wiring Diagrams
6.1 Indoor Units

FTKE25BVM(A) / FTKE35BVM(A) / FTXE25BVMA / FTXE35BVMA

PCB3 S36 S35 PCB1 H1 1


X1M 2
INTELLIGENT- Fu
EYE SENSOR 3.15A BLK 1 3
WHT 2 outdoor
H2
RED 3
PCB2 S27 S26 ( TERMINAL FOR
CENTRALIZED CONTROL ) C70
GRN/
YLW
FIELD WIRING.
H3
LED1 LED2 LED3 TRANSMISSION
CIRCUIT
S21
H1P H2P H3P S1 CAUTION
S1W S7
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
SIGNAL THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
RECEIVER t TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
M ON AGAIN.
S32 S6 1~
R1T t
140C
t M1F H1P~H3P : PILOT LAMP
M1F : FAN MOTOR
R2T M M1S : SWING MOTOR
indoor
M1S PCB1~PCB3 : PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
WIRELESS
REMOTE R1T~R2T : THERMISTOR
CONTROLLER S1~S36 : CONNECTOR
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
C70 : RUNNING CAPACITOR S1W : OPERATION SWITCH
Fu : FUSE X1M : TERMINAL STRIP

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RKE25BVM(A) / RKE35BVM(A)

t
indoor X1M L1R R4T
(FIN)

BLK
BLK
WHT

WHT
1 1
2 2 PCB1 PCB2 MRM20 HR1 C10 HR2 S91
S TRM1
3 3 RED
HL2 HL3 DB1 1 2
FU2 L1
YLW ~+ +
HL1 20A FU1 MRM10 C11 C13 C15
L L BLK HN3 3.15A CT1 + +
HN1 V2 HN2
N N WHT BLU ~- - -
S11 V1 -
GRN/YLW

1 WHT 1 MRL W V U
TFU SA1
GRN/YLW

ORG
102C ORG
V3 S10 ORG C9
FIELD WIRING. ORG
E ORG
7 ORG 7
1
2
S45 1 3 6 1 4 OL1 W V U
YLW S70 S90 OL2
YLW
WHT

RED
RED
RED

GRY

RED
YLW
BLU
BLK

BLK
BLK
BLK
NOTE 6 1
1. REFER TO THE NAMEPLATE FOR THE POWER REQUIREMENTS. t t X30A
2. IF THE REFRIGERANT PIPING EXCEEDS 15M, M
1~

GRY
BLK
CUT THE LEAD LINE MARKED "J7" ON PCB. outdoor M1F R1T R2T
(OUTDOOR) (CONDENSER) Z1C
X1M : TERMINAL STRIP

YLW
C9, C10, C11
C13, C15 : CAPACITOR MRL V

RED
BLU
CT1 : CURRENT TRANSFORMER MRM10, MRM20 :MAGNETIC RELAY
DB1 : DIODE BRIDGE N : NEUTRAL
FU1, FU2 : FUSE PCB2 : PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD Q1L W U
L : LIVE Q1L : OVERLOAD PROTECTOR M1C
L1 : COIL R1T, R2T, R4T: THERMISTOR Z1C : FERRITE CORE
L1R : REACTOR S10, S11, S45, TFU : THERMAL FUSE
M1C : COMPRESSOR MOTOR S70, S90, S91, TRM1 : TRANSISTOR MODULE
M1F : FAN MOTOR HL3, HN3 : CONNECTOR V1, V2, V3 : VARISTOR
PCB1 : PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD SA1 : SURGE ARRESTER : PROTECTIVE EARTH 3D038020B

RXE25BVMA / RXE35BVMA

t
indoor X1M L1R R4T
(FIN)
BLK
BLK
WHT

WHT

1 1
2 2 PCB1 PCB2 MRM20 HR1 C10 HR2 S91
S TRM1
3 3 RED HL3 DB1 1 2
FU2 L1 HL2
YLW ~+ +
HL1 20A FU1 MRM10 C11 C13 C15
L L BLK HN3 3.15A CT1
HN1 V2 HN2 + +
N N WHT BLU ~- - -
S11 V1 -
GRN/YLW

1 WHT 1 MRL W V U
TFU SA1
GRN/YLW

ORG
102C ORG
V3
S10 ORG C9
FIELD WIRING. ORG
E ORG
7 ORG 7
1
2 MRCW
S45 1 3 6 1 3 1 4
OL1 W V U
YLW S70 S80 S90 OL2
YLW
WHT
RED

RED
RED

GRY

RED
BLK

YLW
BLK
BLK

BLK
BLK

BLU
BLK

NOTE
1. REFER TO THE NAMEPLATE FOR THE POWER REQUIREMENTS. 6 1
t t
2. IF THE REFRIGERANT PIPING EXCEEDS 15M, M
X30A
CUT THE LEAD LINE MARKED "J7" ON PCB. 1~ Y1R
GRY
BLK

outdoor M1F R1T R2T


X1M : TERMINAL STRIP (OUTDOOR) (CONDENSER) Z1C
C9, C10, C11
YLW

C13, C15 : CAPACITOR MRCW, MRL


CT1 : CURRENT TRANSFORMER MRM10, MRM20 : MAGNETIC RELAY V
RED
BLU

DB1 : DIODE BRIDGE N : NEUTRAL


FU1, FU2 : FUSE PCB2 : PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
Q1L W U
L : LIVE Q1L : OVERLOAD PROTECTOR Z1C : FERRITE CORE M1C
L1 : COIL R1T, R2T, R4T: THERMISTOR TFU : THERMAL FUSE
L1R : REACTOR S10, S11, S45, TRM1 : TRANSISTOR MODULE
M1C : COMPRESSOR MOTOR S70, S80, S90, V1, V2, V3: VARISTOR
M1F : FAN MOTOR S91, HL3, HN3 : CONNECTOR Y1R : REVERSING SOLENOIDE VALVE COIL
PCB1 : PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD SA1 : SURGE ARRESTER : PROTECTIVE EARTH 3D038017B

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7. Piping Diagrams
7.1 Indoor Units

FTKE25BVM(A) / FTKE35BVM(A) / FTXE25BVMA / FTXE35BVMA

INDOOR UNIT

HEAT EXCHANGER
7.0CuT

6.4CuT
7.9CuT

THERMISTOR 6.4CuT
ON HEAT EXCH.

6.4CuT

CROSS FLOW FAN


FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT) FTX25--
M FTK25--
FTXE25--
9.5

FAN MOTOR FTKE25--

FTX35--
FTK35--
FIELD PIPING 9.5CuT FTXE35--
12.7
( FTKE35--
CuT)
FTKE09--
FTKE12--

REFRIGERANT FLOW
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7.2.1 Cooling Only

RKE25BVM(A)

OUTDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR TEMPARATURE
HEAT EXCHANGER THERMISTOR
7.9CuT

7.9CuT
9.5CuT

HEAT
EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
7.9CuT FIELD PIPING
7.9CuT 6.4CuT
(6.4CuT)
7.9CuT LIQUID
STOP VALVE
M
7.9CuT

PROPELLER FAN 9.5CuT 9.5CuT FIELD PIPING


(9.5CuT)
GAS STOP VALVE
WITH SERVICE PORT

ACCUMLATOR

COMPRESSOR

REFRIGERANT FLOW
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RKE35BVM(A)
OUTDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR TEMPARATURE
HEAT EXCHANGER THERMISTOR
7.9CuT

7.9CuT
9.5CuT

HEAT
EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
7.9CuT 7.9CuT 6.4CuT FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
LIQUID
STOP VALVE
M
7.9CuT

PROPELLER FAN FIELD PIPING


12.7CuT 12.7CuT
(12.7CuT)
GAS STOP VALVE
WITH SERVICE PORT

ACCUMLATOR

COMPRESSOR

REFRIGERANT FLOW
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RXE25BVMA

OUTDOOR UNIT

7.9CuT HEAT EXCHANGER OUTDOOR TEMPARATURE


THERMISTOR
7.9CuT
HEAT
EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
CAPILLARY TUBE 1
7.9CuT 6.4CuT
7.9CuT CAPILLARY TUBE 2

6.4CuT
M

PROPELLER FAN
9.5CuT

9.5CuT

FOUR WAY REVERSING FIELD PIPING


VALVE SOLENOID
7.9CuT

VALVE LIQUID (6.4CuT)


ON:COOLING
STOP VALVE
MUFFLER 9.5CuT FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
7.9CuT

GAS STOP VALVE


COMPRESSOR ACCUMLATOR WITH SERVICE PORT

REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING 3D019959C

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OUTDOOR UNIT

7.9CuT HEAT EXCHANGER OUTDOOR TEMPARATURE


THERMISTOR
7.9CuT
HEAT
EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
7.9CuT 7.9CuT
6.4CuT

PROPELLER FAN
9.5CuT

12.7CuT

FOUR WAY REVERSING FIELD PIPING


VALVE SOLENOID
7.9CuT

VALVE LIQUID (6.4CuT)


ON:COOLING
STOP VALVE
MUFFLER 9.5CuT FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
7.9CuT

GAS STOP VALVE


COMPRESSOR WITH SERVICE PORT
ACCUMLATOR

REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
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8.1 Cooling Only

FTKE25BVM + RKE25BVM (220 - 240V 50Hz / 220 - 230V 60Hz)


AFR 7.8
BF 0.20

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CDB)


EWB EDB 20 25 30 32 35 40
C C TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI
14.0 20 2.61 1.91 0.53 2.46 1.84 0.63 2.31 1.77 0.72 2.25 1.74 0.76 2.16 1.70 0.82 2.01 1.63 0.91
16.0 22 2.77 1.94 0.56 2.62 1.87 0.65 2.47 1.80 0.75 2.41 1.78 0.78 2.32 1.73 0.84 2.17 1.66 0.94
18.0 25 2.92 1.98 0.58 2.77 1.91 0.68 2.62 1.84 0.77 2.56 1.81 0.81 2.47 1.77 0.87 2.32 1.70 0.96
19.0 27 3.00 2.00 0.60 2.85 1.93 0.69 2.70 1.86 0.79 2.64 1.83 0.82 2.55 1.79 0.88 2.40 1.72 0.98
22.0 30 3.23 2.05 0.63 3.08 1.98 0.73 2.93 1.91 0.82 2.87 1.88 0.86 2.78 1.84 0.92 2.63 1.77 1.01
24.0 32 3.39 2.08 0.66 3.24 2.01 0.76 3.09 1.94 0.85 3.03 1.91 0.89 2.94 1.87 0.95 2.79 1.80 1.04

Symbols NOTES:
AFR : Air flow rate (m/min.) 1. Ratings shown are net capacities which include a deduction for
indoor fan motor heat.
BF : Bypass factor 2. shows nominal (rated) capacities and power input.
EWB : Entering wet bulb temp. (C) 3. TC, PI and SHC must be calculated by interpolation using the
figures in the above tables.
EDB : Entering dry bulb temp. (C) (Figures out of the tables should not be used for calculation.)
TC : Total capacity (kW) 4. SHC is based on each EWB and EDB.
SHC=SHC correction for other dry bulb.
SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) =0.02AFR (m/min.)(1-BF)(DB-EDB)
PI : Power input (kW) Add SHCTO SHC.
5. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 5m
Level difference : 0m
6. Air flow rate (AFR) and Bypass factor (BF) are taburated above.
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AFR 7.7
BF 0.17

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CDB)


EWB EDB 20 25 30 32 35 40
C C TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI
14.0 20 3.56 2.33 0.80 3.41 2.26 0.90 3.26 2.19 0.99 3.20 2.16 1.03 3.11 2.12 1.09 2.96 2.05 1.18
16.0 22 3.72 2.36 0.83 3.57 2.29 0.92 3.42 2.22 1.02 3.36 2.20 1.05 3.27 2.15 1.11 3.12 2.08 1.21
18.0 25 3.87 2.40 0.85 3.72 2.33 0.95 3.57 2.26 1.04 3.51 2.23 1.08 3.42 2.19 1.14 3.27 2.12 1.23
19.0 27 3.95 2.42 0.87 3.80 2.35 0.96 3.65 2.28 1.06 3.59 2.25 1.09 3.50 2.21 1.15 3.35 2.14 1.25
22.0 30 4.18 2.47 0.90 4.03 2.40 1.00 3.88 2.33 1.09 3.82 2.30 1.13 3.73 2.26 1.19 3.58 2.19 1.28
24.0 32 4.34 2.50 0.93 4.19 2.43 1.03 4.04 2.36 1.12 3.98 2.33 1.16 3.89 2.29 1.22 3.74 2.22 1.31

Symbols NOTES:
AFR : Air flow rate (m/min.) 1. Ratings shown are net capacities which include a deduction for
indoor fan motor heat.
BF : Bypass factor 2. shows nominal (rated) capacities and power input.
EWB : Entering wet bulb temp. (C) 3. TC, PI and SHC must be calculated by interpolation using the
figures in the above tables.
EDB : Entering dry bulb temp. (C) (Figures out of the tables should not be used for calculation.)
TC : Total capacity (kW) 4. SHC is based on each EWB and EDB.
SHC=SHC correction for other dry bulb.
SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) =0.02AFR (m/min.)(1-BF)(DB-EDB)
PI : Power input (kW) Add SHCTO SHC.
5. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 5m
Level difference : 0m
6. Air flow rate (AFR) and Bypass factor (BF) are taburated above.
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AS/NZS3823.1 (50Hz 230V)
Correction
AFR 7.8 TC (kW) 0.04
BF 0.29 PI (kW) 0.06

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CDB)


EWB EDB 20 25 30 32 35 40
C C TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI
14.0 20 2.60 1.81 0.55 2.45 1.74 0.65 2.30 1.67 0.74 2.24 1.64 0.78 2.15 1.60 0.84 2.00 1.53 0.93
16.0 22 2.76 1.84 0.58 2.61 1.77 0.67 2.46 1.70 0.77 2.40 1.68 0.80 2.31 1.63 0.86 2.16 1.56 0.96
18.0 25 2.91 1.88 0.60 2.76 1.81 0.70 2.61 1.74 0.79 2.55 1.71 0.83 2.46 1.67 0.89 2.31 1.60 0.98
19.0 27 2.99 1.90 0.62 2.84 1.83 0.71 2.69 1.76 0.81 2.63 1.73 0.84 2.54 1.69 0.90 2.39 1.62 1.00
22.0 30 3.22 1.95 0.65 3.07 1.88 0.75 2.92 1.81 0.84 2.86 1.78 0.88 2.77 1.74 0.94 2.62 1.67 1.03
24.0 32 3.38 1.98 0.68 3.23 1.91 0.78 3.08 1.84 0.87 3.02 1.81 0.91 2.93 1.77 0.97 2.78 1.70 1.06

Symbols NOTES:
AFR : Air flow rate (m/min.) 1. Ratings shown are net capacities which include a deduction for indoor fan
motor heat.
BF : Bypass factor 2. shows nominal (rated) capacities and power input.
EWB : Entering wet bulb temp. (C) 3. TC, PI and SHC must be calculated by interpolation using the figures in the
above tables. (Figures out of the tables should not be used for calculation.)
EDB : Entering dry bulb temp. (C) 4. SHC is based on each EWB and EDB.
TC : Total capacity (kW) SHC=SHC correction for other dry bulb.
=0.02AFR (m/min.)(1-BF)(DB-EDB)
SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) Add SHCTO SHC.
PI : Power input (kW) 5. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 5m (7.5m at <AS/NZS3823.1>)
Level difference : 0m
6. Air flow rate (AFR) and Bypass factor (BF) are taburated above.
7. Add the correction value to TC and PI at <AS/NZS3823.1> as shown above.
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AS/NZS3823.1 (50Hz 230V)
Correction
AFR 7.7 TC (kW) 0.10
BF 0.15 PI (kW) 0.13

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CDB)


EWB EDB 20 25 30 32 35 40
C C TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI
14.0 20 3.66 2.39 0.99 3.51 2.32 1.09 3.36 2.25 1.18 3.30 2.23 1.22 3.21 2.18 1.28 3.06 2.11 1.37
16.0 22 3.82 2.43 1.02 3.67 2.36 1.11 3.52 2.29 1.21 3.46 2.26 1.24 3.37 2.22 1.30 3.22 2.15 1.40
18.0 25 3.97 2.46 1.04 3.82 2.39 1.14 3.67 2.32 1.23 3.61 2.29 1.27 3.52 2.25 1.33 3.37 2.18 1.42
19.0 27 4.05 2.48 1.06 3.90 2.41 1.15 3.75 2.34 1.25 3.69 2.31 1.28 3.60 2.27 1.34 3.45 2.20 1.44
22.0 30 4.28 2.53 1.09 4.13 2.46 1.19 3.98 2.39 1.28 3.92 2.36 1.32 3.83 2.32 1.38 3.68 2.25 1.47
24.0 32 4.44 2.56 1.12 4.29 2.49 1.22 4.14 2.42 1.31 4.08 2.40 1.35 3.99 2.35 1.41 3.84 2.28 1.50

Symbols NOTES:
AFR : Air flow rate (m/min.) 1. Ratings shown are net capacities which include a deduction for indoor fan
motor heat.
BF : Bypass factor 2. shows nominal (rated) capacities and power input.
EWB : Entering wet bulb temp. (C) 3. TC, PI and SHC must be calculated by interpolation using the figures in the
above tables. (Figures out of the tables should not be used for calculation.)
EDB : Entering dry bulb temp. (C) 4. SHC is based on each EWB and EDB.
TC : Total capacity (kW) SHC=SHC correction for other dry bulb.
=0.02AFR (m/min.)(1-BF)(DB-EDB)
SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) Add SHCTO SHC.
PI : Power input (kW) 5. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 5m (7.5m at <AS/NZS3823.1>)
Level difference : 0m
6. Air flow rate (AFR) and Bypass factor (BF) are taburated above.
7. Add the correction value to TC and PI at <AS/NZS3823.1> as shown above.
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FTXE25BVMA + RXE25BVMA (220 - 240V 50Hz / 220 - 230V 60Hz)


Cooling AS/NZS3823.1 (50Hz 230V)
Correction
AFR 7.8 TC (kW) 0.04
BF 0.21 PI (kW) 0.06

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CDB)


EWB EDB 20 25 30 32 35 40
C C TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI
14.0 20 2.60 1.90 0.55 2.45 1.83 0.65 2.30 1.76 0.74 2.24 1.74 0.78 2.15 1.69 0.84 2.00 1.62 0.93
16.0 22 2.76 1.94 0.58 2.61 1.87 0.67 2.46 1.80 0.77 2.40 1.77 0.80 2.31 1.73 0.86 2.16 1.66 0.96
18.0 25 2.91 1.97 0.60 2.76 1.90 0.70 2.61 1.83 0.79 2.55 1.80 0.83 2.46 1.76 0.89 2.31 1.69 0.98
19.0 27 2.99 1.99 0.62 2.84 1.92 0.71 2.69 1.85 0.81 2.63 1.82 0.84 2.54 1.78 0.90 2.39 1.71 1.00
22.0 30 3.22 2.04 0.65 3.07 1.97 0.75 2.92 1.90 0.84 2.86 1.87 0.88 2.77 1.83 0.94 2.62 1.76 1.03
24.0 32 3.38 2.07 0.68 3.23 2.00 0.78 3.08 1.93 0.87 3.02 1.91 0.91 2.93 1.86 0.97 2.78 1.79 1.06

Heating AS/NZS3823.1 (50Hz 230V)


Correction
AFR 8.1 TC (kW) 0.00
PI (kW) 0.01

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CWB)


EDB 10 5 0 6 10
C TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI
16.0 1.95 0.80 2.41 0.87 2.88 0.94 3.43 1.02 3.81 1.08
18.0 1.93 0.84 2.40 0.91 2.86 0.98 3.42 1.06 3.79 1.12
20.0 1.91 0.88 2.38 0.95 2.84 1.02 3.40 1.10 3.77 1.16
21.0 1.91 0.90 2.37 0.97 2.83 1.04 3.39 1.12 3.76 1.17
22.0 1.90 0.92 2.36 0.99 2.83 1.06 3.38 1.14 3.75 1.19
24.0 1.88 0.96 2.34 1.03 2.81 1.10 3.37 1.18 3.74 1.23

Symbols NOTES:
AFR : Air flow rate (m/min.) 1. Ratings shown are net capacities which include a deduction for indoor fan
motor heat.
BF : Bypass factor 2. shows nominal(rated) capacities and power input.
EWB : Entering wet bulb temp. (C) 3. TC,PI and SHC must be calculated by interpolation using the figures in
the above tables. (Figures out of the tables should not be used for
EDB : Entering dry bulb temp. (C) calculation.)
TC : Total capacity (kW) 4. SHC is based on each EWB and EDB.
SHC=SHC correction for other dry bulb.
SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) =0.02AFR(m/min.)(1-BF)(DB-EDB)
PI : Power input (kW) Add SHCTO SHC.
5. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 5m (7.5m at <AS/NZS3823.1>)
Level difference : 0m
6. Air flow rate (AFR) and Bypass factor (BF) are taburated above.
7. Add the correction value to TC and PI at <AS/NZS3823.1> as shown
above.
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Cooling AS/NZS3823.1 (50Hz 230V)
Correction
AFR 7.7 TC (kW) 0.10
BF 0.15 PI (kW) 0.13

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CDB)


EWB EDB 20 25 30 32 35 40
C C TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI TC SHC PI
14.0 20 3.66 2.39 1.01 3.51 2.32 1.11 3.36 2.25 1.20 3.30 2.23 1.24 3.21 2.18 1.30 3.06 2.11 1.39
16.0 22 3.82 2.43 1.04 3.67 2.36 1.13 3.52 2.29 1.23 3.46 2.26 1.26 3.37 2.22 1.32 3.22 2.15 1.42
18.0 25 3.97 2.46 1.06 3.82 2.39 1.16 3.67 2.32 1.25 3.61 2.29 1.29 3.52 2.25 1.35 3.37 2.18 1.44
19.0 27 4.05 2.48 1.08 3.90 2.41 1.17 3.75 2.34 1.27 3.69 2.31 1.30 3.60 2.27 1.36 3.45 2.20 1.46
22.0 30 4.28 2.53 1.11 4.13 2.46 1.21 3.98 2.39 1.30 3.92 2.36 1.34 3.83 2.32 1.40 3.68 2.25 1.49
24.0 32 4.44 2.56 1.14 4.29 2.49 1.24 4.14 2.42 1.33 4.08 2.40 1.37 3.99 2.35 1.43 3.84 2.28 1.52

Heating AS/NZS3823.1 (50Hz 230V)


Correction
AFR 8.1 TC (kW) 0.00
PI (kW) 0.16

INDOOR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE(CWB)


EDB 10 5 0 6 10
C TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI TC PI
16.0 2.41 0.98 2.98 1.06 3.55 1.14 4.24 1.24 4.70 1.31
18.0 2.39 1.02 2.96 1.11 3.53 1.19 4.22 1.29 4.68 1.36
20.0 2.37 1.07 2.94 1.16 3.51 1.24 4.20 1.34 4.66 1.41
21.0 2.35 1.10 2.93 1.18 3.50 1.26 4.19 1.36 4.65 1.43
22.0 2.34 1.12 2.92 1.20 3.49 1.29 4.18 1.39 4.64 1.46
24.0 2.32 1.17 2.90 1.25 3.47 1.34 4.16 1.44 4.62 1.50

Symbols NOTES:
AFR : Air flow rate (m/min.) 1. Ratings shown are net capacities which include a deduction for indoor fan
motor heat.
BF : Bypass factor 2. shows nominal(rated) capacities and power input.
EWB : Entering wet bulb temp. (C) 3. TC,PI and SHC must be calculated by interpolation using the figures in
the above tables. (Figures out of the tables should not be used for
EDB : Entering dry bulb temp. (C) calculation.)
TC : Total capacity (kW) 4. SHC is based on each EWB and EDB.
SHC=SHC correction for other dry bulb.
SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) =0.02AFR(m/min.)(1-BF)(DB-EDB)
PI : Power input (kW) Add SHCTO SHC.
5. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 5m (7.5m at <AS/NZS3823.1>)
Level difference : 0m
6. Air flow rate (AFR) and Bypass factor (BF) are taburated above.
7. Add the correction value to TC and PI at <AS/NZS3823.1> as shown
above.
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8.3 Capacity correction factor by the length of refrigerant piping (Reference)


The cooling and the heating capacity of the unit has to be corrected in accordance with the length of
refrigerant piping. (The distance between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit)

Split System < line : For the indoor unit with capacity of 2.5 kW. >
<--- line : For the indoor unit with capacity of 3.5 kW. >

8.3.1 Cooling Only


Cooling (R22)

1
Capacity correction factor

0.9

Range of the Refrigerant Additional Charge


0.8

5 10 15 20 25

Piping length (m) (R2501)

8.3.2 Heat Pump

Cooling (R22) Heating (R22)

1 1
Capacity correction factor

Capacity correction factor

0.9 0.9

Range of the Refrigerant Range of the Refrigerant


Additional Charge Additional Charge
0.8 0.8

5 10 15 5 10 15
Piping length (m) Piping length (m)
(R2502) (R2503)

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9.1 Cooling Only

RKE25BVM / RKE35BVM

50

46

40

Continuous operation

Pull-down period
Outdoor temp. (CDB)

30

20

10

10 14 20 23 28 30

Indoor temp. (CWB)


Notes:
The graph is based
on the following conditions.
Equivalent piping length 5.0m
Level difference 0m
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50

46

40
Continuous operation

Pull-down period
Outdoor temp. (CDB)

30

20

10

10 14 20 23 28 30

Indoor temp. (CWB)


Notes:
The graph is based
on the following conditions.
Equivalent piping length 7.5m
Level difference 0m C : 4D013574F
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RXE25BVMA / RXE35BVMA
Cooling Heating
50

46 20

40
15
Continuous operation

Pull-down period
30

Outdoor temp. (CWB)


Outdoor temp. (CDB)

Continuous operation
5
20

0
10

-10
(-10CDB)
0

10 14 20 23 28 30 10 20 30

Indoor temp. (CWB) Indoor temp. (CDB)


Notes:
The graphs are based
on the following conditions.
Equivalent piping length 7.5m
Level difference 0m
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10. Sound Level


10.1 Overall Sound Level
10.1.1 Indoor Units (dBA)

220-230-240V, 50Hz / 220-230V, 60Hz Measuring Location


Model Cooling Heating
H L H L
FTKE25BVM
1m
37 30
FTKE25BVMA
FTKE35BVM 38 32
FTKE35BVMA

0.8m
FTXE25BVMA 37 30 37 30

FTXE35BVMA 38 32 38 31

10.1.2 Outdoor Units (dBA)

220-230-240V, 50Hz / 220-230V, 60Hz Measuring Location


Model
Cooling Heating
RKE25BVM 45-46-47 / 46-47
RKE25BVMA 1m
RKE35BVM 46-47-48 / 47-48
RKE35BVMA

RXE25BVMA 45-46-47 / 46-47 46-47-48 / 47-48

RXE35BVMA 46-47-48 / 47-48 47-48-49 / 48-49

Notes: 1. Operation sound is measured in an anechoic chamber.


2. The data are based on the conditions shown in the table below.
.
Standard Cooling Heating Piping Length
JIS C 9612 Indoor ; 27CDB/19CWB Indoor ; 20CDB 5m
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10.2 Octave Band Level


10.2.1 Indoor Units

FTKE25BVM(A) FTKE35BVM(A)
50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(H) 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(H)
50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(L) 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(L)
70 70

OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL


OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60 NC-60
60 60

NC-50 NC-50

dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50 50

NC-40 NC-40
40 40

NC-30 NC-30
30 30

NC-20 NC-20
20 20
APPROXIMATE APPROXIMATE
THRESHOLD HEARING THRESHOLD HEARING
FOR CONTINUOUS FOR CONTINUOUS
NOISE NOISE
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000

OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz) OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)

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FTXE25BVMA (Cooling) FTXE25BVMA (Heating)


50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(H) 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(H)
COOLING 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(L)
70 HEATING 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(L)
70
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

60 NC-60
60

NC-50 NC-50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50

NC-40 NC-40
40 40

NC-30 NC-30
30 30

NC-20 NC-20
20 20
APPROXIMATE APPROXIMATE
THRESHOLD HEARING THRESHOLD HEARING
FOR CONTINUOUS FOR CONTINUOUS
NOISE NOISE
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz) OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
3D020578C 3D020578C

FTXE35BVMA (Cooling) FTXE35BVMA (Heating)


50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(H) 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(H)
COOLING 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(L) HEATING 50/60Hz 220-240/220-230V(L)
70 70
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60 NC-60
60 60

NC-50 NC-50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50

NC-40 NC-40
40 40

NC-30 NC-30
30 30

NC-20 NC-20
20 20
APPROXIMATE APPROXIMATE
THRESHOLD HEARING THRESHOLD HEARING
FOR CONTINUOUS FOR CONTINUOUS
NOISE NOISE
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000

OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz) OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)

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10.2.2 Outdoor Units

RKE25BVM(A) (50Hz) RKE25BVM(A) (60Hz)


50Hz 220V 60Hz 220V
50Hz 230V 60Hz 60Hz 230V
50Hz 240V 70
50Hz
70

OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL


NC-60
60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60
60
NC-50

dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)
NC-50 50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50

NC-40
NC-40 40
40

NC-30
30
NC-30
30

NC-20
NC-20 20
APPROXIMATE
20 THRESHOLD HEARING
APPROXIMATE
THRESHOLD HEARING FOR CONTINUOUS
FOR CONTINUOUS NOISE
NOISE 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
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RKE35BVM(A) (50Hz) RKE35BVM(A) (60Hz)


50Hz 220V 60Hz 220V
50Hz 230V 60Hz 60Hz 230V
70
50Hz 50Hz 240V
70
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60
60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60
60
NC-50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

NC-50 50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50
NC-40
40
NC-40
40

NC-30
30
NC-30
30
NC-20
20
NC-20
APPROXIMATE
20 THRESHOLD HEARING
APPROXIMATE FOR CONTINUOUS
THRESHOLD HEARING NOISE
FOR CONTINUOUS
NOISE 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
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RXE25BVMA (Cooling 50Hz) RXE25BVMA (Cooling 60Hz)


50Hz 220V 60Hz 220V
COOLING
50Hz 230V 60Hz 60Hz 230V
COOLING 70
50Hz 50Hz 240V
70

NC-60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60
60
NC-50
NC-50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50
NC-40
NC-40 40
40
NC-30
30
NC-30
30
NC-20
NC-20 20
APPROXIMATE
20 THRESHOLD HEARING
APPROXIMATE FOR CONTINUOUS
THRESHOLD HEARING NOISE
FOR CONTINUOUS
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
NOISE
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
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RXE25BVMA (Heating 50Hz) RXE25BVMA (Heating 60Hz)


50Hz 220V 60Hz 220V
HEATING
50Hz 230V 60Hz 60Hz 230V
HEATING 70
50Hz 50Hz 240V
70

NC-60

OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL


NC-60 60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

60
NC-50
NC-50 50

dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)
50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

NC-40
NC-40 40
40
NC-30
NC-30 30
30
NC-20
NC-20 20
APPROXIMATE
20 THRESHOLD HEARING
APPROXIMATE
THRESHOLD HEARING FOR CONTINUOUS
FOR CONTINUOUS NOISE
NOISE 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz) 3D020545B
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RXE35BVMA (Cooling 50Hz) RXE35BVMA (Cooling 60Hz)


50Hz 220V 60Hz 220V
COOLING
50Hz 230V 60Hz 60Hz 230V
COOLING 70
50Hz 50Hz 240V
70

NC-60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60
60
NC-50
NC-50 50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50
NC-40
NC-40 40
40

NC-30
NC-30 30
30
NC-20
NC-20 20
APPROXIMATE
20 THRESHOLD HEARING
APPROXIMATE
FOR CONTINUOUS
THRESHOLD HEARING
NOISE
FOR CONTINUOUS
NOISE 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
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RXE35BVMA (Heating 50Hz) RXE35BVMA (Heating 60Hz)


50Hz 220V 60Hz 220V
HEATING
50Hz 230V 60Hz 60Hz 230V
HEATING 70
50Hz 50Hz 240V
70

NC-60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

60
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

NC-60
60
NC-50
NC-50 50
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)
dB(0dB=0.0002 bar)

50
NC-40
NC-40 40
40
NC-30
NC-30 30
30
NC-20
NC-20 20
APPROXIMATE
20 THRESHOLD HEARING
APPROXIMATE
THRESHOLD HEARING FOR CONTINUOUS
FOR CONTINUOUS NOISE
NOISE 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz)
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11. Electric Characteristics

Representative Unit Combination Power Supply COMP OFM IFM


Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit Hz-Volts Voltage Range MCA MFA RHz RLA W FLA W FLA
50 - 220 4.50 0.34 0.20
50 - 230 MAX. 50Hz 264V 4.49 0.35 0.21
MIN. 50Hz 198V
FTKE25BVM RKE25BVM 50 - 240 13.0 15 57 4.48 25 0.36 18 0.21
60 - 220 MAX. 60Hz 252V 4.45 0.40 0.24
60 - 230 MIN. 60Hz 198V 4.44 0.41 0.25
50 - 220 6.50 0.34 0.20
MAX. 50Hz 264V
50 - 230 MIN. 50Hz 198V 6.49 0.35 0.21
FTKE35BVM RKE35BVM 50 - 240 13.0 15 78 6.48 25 0.36 18 0.21
60 - 220 MAX. 60Hz 252V 6.45 0.40 0.24
60 - 230 MIN. 60Hz 198V 6.44 0.41 0.25
50 - 220 4.80 0.34 0.20
MAX. 50Hz 264V
50 - 230 MIN. 50Hz 198V 4.79 0.35 0.21
FTKE25BVMA RKE25BVMA 50 - 240 13.0 15 59 4.78 25 0.36 18 0.21
60 - 220 MAX. 60Hz 252V 4.75 0.40 0.24
60 - 230 MIN. 60Hz 198V 4.74 0.41 0.25
50 - 220 6.70 0.34 0.20
MAX. 50Hz 264V
50 - 230 MIN. 50Hz 198V 6.69 0.35 0.21
FTKE35BVMA RKE35BVMA 50 - 240 13.0 15 86 6.68 25 0.36 18 0.21
60 - 220 MAX. 60Hz 252V 6.65 0.40 0.24
60 - 230 MIN. 60Hz 198V 6.64 0.41 0.25
50 - 220 4.80 0.34 0.20
50 - 230 MAX. 50Hz 264V 4.79 0.35 0.21
MIN. 50Hz 198V
FTXE25BVMA RXE25BVMA 50 - 240 13.0 15 59 4.78 25 0.36 18 0.21
60 - 220 MAX. 60 Hz 252V 4.75 0.40 0.24
60 - 230 MIN. 60Hz 198V 4.74 0.41 0.25
50 - 220 7.10 0.34 0.20
50 - 230 MAX. 50Hz 264V 7.09 0.35 0.21
MIN. 50Hz 198V
FTXE35BVMA RXE35BVMA 50 - 240 13.0 15 86 7.08 25 0.36 18 0.21
60 - 220 MAX. 60 Hz 252V 7.05 0.40 0.24
60 - 230 MIN. 60Hz 198V 7.04 0.41 0.25

SYMBOLS: NOTES:
MCA : MIN. CIRCUIT AMPS (A) 1. RLA is based on the following conditions.
Indoor temp. 27CDB/19CWB
MFA : MAX. FUSE AMPS (A) Outdoor temp. 35CDB.
RLA : RATED LOAD AMPS (A) 2. Maximum allowable voltage variation between phases is 2%.
3. Select wire size based on the larger value of MCA.
OFM : OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR 4. Instead of fuse, use circuit breaker.
IFM : INDOOR FAN MOTOR
FLA : FULL LOAD AMPS (A)
W : FAN MOTOR RATED OUTPUT (W)
RHz : RATED OPERATING FREQUENCY (Hz)
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12. Installation Manual


12.1 Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions
Read these Safety Precautions carefully to ensure correct installation.
This manual classifies the precautions into WARNINGS and CAUTIONS.
Be sure to follow all the precautions below: they are all important for ensuring safety.
WARNINGS Failure to follow any of WARNING is likely to result in such grave consequences as death or serious injury.
CAUTIONS Failure to follow any of CAUTION may in some cases result in grave consequences.
The following safety symbols are used throughout this manual:
Be sure to observe this instruction. Be sure to establish an earth connection. Never attempt.

After completing installation, test the unit to check for installation errors. Give the user adequate instructions
concerning the use and cleaning of the unit according to the Operation Manual.

WARNINGS
Installation should be left to the dealer or another professional.
Improper installation may cause water leakage, electrical shock, or fire.
Install the air conditioner according to the instructions given in this manual.
Incomplete installation may cause water leakage, electrical shock, or fire.
Be sure to use the supplied or specified installation parts.
Use of other parts may cause the unit to come to lose, water leakage, electrical shock, or fire.
Install the air conditioner on a solid base that can support the units weight.
An inadequate base or incomplete installation may cause injury in the event the unit falls off the base.
Electrical work should be carried out in accordance with the installation manual and the national electrical wiring
rules or code of practice. Insufficient capacity or incomplete electrical work may cause electrical shock or fire.
Be sure to use a dedicated power circuit. Never use a power supply shared by another appliance.
For wiring, use a cable long enough to cover the entire distance with no connection.
Do not use an extension cord. Do not put other loads on the power supply, use a dedicated power circuit.
(Failure to do so may cause abnormal heat, electric shock or fire.)
Use the specified types of wires for electrical connections between the indoor and outdoor units.
Firmly clamp the interconnecting wires so their terminals receive no external stresses. Incomplete connections or clamping may cause terminal overheating or fire.
After connecting interconnecting and supply wiring be sure to shape the cables so that they do not put undue force on the
electrical covers or panels. Install covers over the wires. Incomplete cover installation may cause terminal overheating, electrical shock, or fire.
When installing or relocating the system, be sure to keep the refrigerant circuit free from substances other than the specified
refrigerant (R22), such as air. (Any presence of air or other foreign substance in the refrigerant circuit causes an abnormal pressure rise or rupture, resulting in injury.)
The unit is out of reach of children-at least 1.8m above the floor.
If any refrigerant has leaked out during the installation work, ventilate the room.
(The refrigerant produces a toxic gas if exposed to flames.)
After all installation is complete, check to make sure that no refrigerant is leaking out.
(The refrigerant produces a toxic gas if exposed to flames.)
Be sure to establish an earth. Do not earth the unit to a utility pipe, arrester, or telephone earth.
Incomplete earth may cause electrical shock. A high surge current from lightning or other sources may cause damage to the air conditioner.
Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker.
Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks.

CAUTIONS
Do not install the air conditioner in a place where there is danger of exposure to inflammable gas leakage.
If the gas leaks and builds up around the unit, it may catch fire.
Establish drain piping according to the instructions of this manual.
Inadequate piping may cause flooding.
Note for installing the outdoor unit. (For heat pump model only.)
In cold area where the outside air temperature keep below or around freezing-point for a few days, the outdoor units drain may freeze.
If so, it is recommended to install an electric heater in order to protect drain from freezing.
Tighten the flare nut according to the specified method such as with a torque wrench.
If the flare nut is tightened too hard, the flare nut may crack after a long time and cause refrigerant leakage.

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12.2 Indoor Units

Accessories
F Fixing screws for remote controller
A Mounting plate 1 2 L Installation manuals 2
holder M3 X 20L
B Mounting plate fixing
6 G AAA dry-cell batteries 2 M Photocatalytic deodorizing filter 1
screws M4 X 25L
H Indoor unit fixing screws
C Air purifying filter 1 M4 X 12L 2

D Wireless remote controller 1 J Insulation tape 1

E Remote controller holder 1 K Operation manual 1

Choosing a Site
Before choosing the installation site, obtain user approval.
1. Indoor unit
The indoor unit should be sited in a place where:
1) the restrictions on installation specified in the indoor unit installation drawings are met,
2) both air intake and exhaust have clear paths met,
3) the unit is not in the path of direct sunlight,
4) the unit is away from the source of heat or steam,
5) there is no source of machine oil vapour (this may shorten indoor unit life),
6) cool air is circulated throughout the room,
7) the unit is away from electronic ignition type fluorescent lamps (inverter or rapid start type) as they may shorten the
remote control range,
8) the unit is at least 1 metre away from any television or radio set (unit may cause interference with the picture or sound).

2. Wireless Remote Controller


1) Turn on all the fluorescent lamps in the room, if any, and find the site where remote control signals are properly
received by the indoor unit (within 7 metres).

Installation Tips
1. How to remove the front grille.
1) Hold the grille by the tabs on the two sides and lift it until it stops with a click.
2) Supporting the front grille with one hand, release the lock by sliding down the knob with the other hand.
3) To remove the front grille, pull it toward yourself with both hands.
2. How to attach the front grille.
1) Set the 3 keys of the front grille into the slots and push them in all the way.
2) Supporting the front grille with one hand, fit the lock by sliding up the knob with the other hand.
3) Close the front grille slowly in this state. (Push the grille at the 3 points, two at both sides and in
the middle.)
Fit the key
3. How to remove the front panel. into the slot.
1) Open the front grille.
2) Remove the screws (2 pcs) on the front panel.
3) Pull the lower part of the front panel toward you, then remove the front panel completely. Slide up the knob.
(There are 2 hooks on the upper part.)
If it is difficult to remove, open the front grille and raise the top grid, using a Raise and Upper hook
screwdriver, to unhook the hooks. remove
Hook
4. How to attach the front panel. Upper grille
1) Attach the front panel to the front grille, and lock the upper hooks (2 points) securely.
2) Tighten the screws (2) on the front panel. Screwdriver

3) Close the front grille. Screwdriver


5. How to set the different addresses. Filter guide
1) When two indoor units are installed in one room, the two
wireless remote controllers can be set for different addresses.
6. PCB in the indoor unit Metallic cover
Claws (4 points)

1) Remove the front panel.


2) Remove the sensor parts cover (2-screws), then J4 Electric
parts box
remove the electric parts box (1-screw). Wireless
3) Slide the metallic cover to remove it. (4-claws on the remote
electric parts box.) controller
ADDRESS: JA
4) Cut the jumper JA on PCB. J4 Address JA EXIST 1
7. Wireless remote controller EXIST 1
ADDRESS JB CUT 2 Sensor
CUT 2 JC parts cover
1) Cut the jumper J4. PCB

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Indoor Unit Installation Drawings

A Mounting plate
B M4 X 25L
The mounting plate should
be installed on a wall which
can support the weight of
the indoor unit.

30 mm or more from ceiling


Cut thermal insulation pipe to an
appropriate length and wrap it with
Front grille tape, making sure that no gap is left
in the insulation pipes cut line.

50 mm or more from walls Wrap the insulation


(on both sides) pipe with the finishing
tape from bottom to top.

Air filters
Caulk pipe hole
gap with putty.

Service lid
This service lid is an open/close type.
Remove the screws on the
service lid.
Slide the service lid leftward.
Rotate the service lid upward.

Before screwing the remote


controller holder to the wall,
C Air purifying filters or M Photocatalytic deodorizing filter make sure that control
Air filter signals are properly received
Install air purifying by indoor unit.
D Wireless
filter or photocatalytic C Air purifying filter or remote controller
M Photocatalytic
deodorizing filter on deodorizing filter
air filter

F E
(M3 X 20L) Remote
controller holder

How to attach the indoor


unit.
Hook the claws of the bottom
A Mounting
frame to the mounting plate. plate
If the claws are difficult to
hook, remove the front panel.
Clip
How to remove the indoor
unit.
Push up the marked area (at
the lower part of the front Bottom frame
Front panel Mark (rear side)
panel) to release the claws.
If it is difficult to release,
remove the front panel.

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Intelligent-Eye Sensor
1. Adjusting the angle
1) Once installation of the indoor unit is complete,
adjust the angle of the Intelligent-eye sensor to
ensure the detection area properly covers the room.
(Adjustable angle: 15 to right and left of centre)

Intelligent-eye
15 15 sensor

2) Gently push and slide the sensor to adjust the


angle. Aim so that the sensor is pointing to the
centre of the room, or to the part of the room that is
most frequently used.

Moving the sensor to the left Moving the sensor to the right

3) After adjusting the angle, gently wipe the sensor


with a clean cloth, being careful not to scratch the
sensor.

Caution
1) Do not hit or violently push the Intelligent-eye
sensor. This can lead to damage and
malfunction.
2) Do not place large objects near the sensor. Also
keep heating units or humidifiers outside the
sensors detection area.

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Indoor Unit Installation

1. Installing the mounting plate


The mounting plate should be installed on a wall which can support
the weight of the indoor unit.
1) Temporarily secure the mounting plate to the wall, make sure that
the panel is completely level, and mark the boring points on the wall.
2) Secure the mounting plate to the wall with screws.
Recommended mounting-plate retention spots and Dimensions
Leveling mounting plate
Recommended a Dangle a weighted thread and Use tape measure
mounting-plate as shown.
(Bolt size: M10) align thread with vertical arrow. Position the end of
retention spots
(6 spots in all) b Place a leveler tape measure at .
105 on raised tab. 95
(Bolt size: M10)

51
52
273

41.5 85
41.5

Unit outline
60 65 Gas pipe end
269 50 85 110
Liquid pipe end
784
Through-the-wall
(unit: mm)
hole 65 mm
Drain hose position

* The removed pipe port cover can be Removed


kept in the mounting plate pocket. pipe port
cover A
Mounting
plate

2. Boring a wall hole and installing wall embedded pipe


For walls containing metal frame or metal board, be sure to use a
wall embedded pipe and wall cover in the feed-through hole to
prevent possible heat, electrical shock, or fire.
Be sure to caulk the gaps around the Wall embeddedInside pipe
Outside

pipes with caulking material to prevent (field supply)


Caulking
water leakage.
1) Bore a feed-through hole of 65 mm in
the wall so it has a down slope toward 65
Wall hole cover
the outside. (field supply)
Wall embedded
2) Insert a wall pipe into the hole. pipe
(field supply)
3) Insert a wall cover into wall pipe.
4) After completing refrigerant piping, wiring, and drain piping, caulk
pipe hole gap with putty.

3. Installing indoor unit


3-1. Right-Side, Right-Back, or Right-Bottom Piping
1) Attach the drain hose to the
underside of the refrigerant pipes
with adhesive vinyl tape.
2) Wrap the refrigerant pipes and
drain hose together with Remove pipe port cover Right-back piping

insulation tape J . here for right-side piping


Right-bottom piping
Bind coolant pipe and
drain hose together with
Remove pipe port cover here for right-bottom piping insulating tape.

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3) Pass the drain hose and refrigerant pipes A Mounting plate


through the wall hole, then set the indoor unit
on the mounting plate hooks by using the
markings at the top of the indoor unit as a
guide.
4) Open the front grille, then open the service lid.
(Refer to Installation Tips.) Hang indoor unit's
hook here.
5) Pass the interconnecting wires
from the outdoor unit through the When stripping
the ends of
A Mounting plate

feed-through wall hole and then interconnecting wires


in advance, bind right
through the back of the indoor unit. ends of wires with
insulating tape.
Interconnecting
wires
Pull them through the front side. Wire guide

Bend the ends of tie wires upward in advance for easier work. (If
the interconnecting wire ends are to be stripped first, bundle wire
ends with adhesive tape.)
6) Press the indoor unit's bottom panel with both hands to set it on the
mounting plate hooks. Make sure the wires do not catch on the
edge of the indoor unit.

3-2. Left-Side, Left-Back, or Left Bottom Piping


1) Attach the drain hose to the Remove pipe
port cover here
underside of the refrigerant for left-side
piping
pipes with adhesive vinyl tape.
Left-side
piping
Remove pipe port cover here for left-bottom piping Left-back
Left-bottom piping piping

How to set drain plug


2) Be sure to connect the drain hose to a p
No g Do not apply lubricating
the drain port in place of a drain plug. oil (refrigerant machine
oil) when inserting
Application of causes
deterioration and drain
leakage of the plug
Insert a hexagon wrench (4 mm)

3) Shape the refrigerant pipe along the pipe path marking on the
mounting plate.
4) Pass drain hose and refrigerant pipes through the wall hole, then
set the indoor unit on mounting plate hooks, using the markings at
the top of indoor unit as a guide.
5) Pull in the interconnecting wires.
6) Connect the inter-unit piping.

Drain
A Mounting plate
hose
Caulk this hole
with putty or
caulking material. Interconnecting Wrap insulating tape around the bent portion of refrigerant pipe.
wires Overlap at least half the width of the tape J with each turn.
Note: Bind with plastic tape.

1) Wrap the refrigerant pipes and drain


A
hose together with insulation tape J as Drain hose Mounting
plate
right figure, in case of setting the drain
Refrigerant
hose through the back of the indoor unit. pipes

2) If it is difficult to fix the claws of the


bottom frame on the catches of the
Bottom frame
mounting plate. Secure indoor unit to the
mounting plate with screws (M4 x 12L). H M4 x 12L (2 points)

3-3. Wall Embedded Piping Insert drain hose to this Inner wall

Follow the instructions given under depth so it wont be


pulled out of drain pipe.

Left-Side, Left-Back, or Left Bottom Piping


50 mm Drain hose
or more
1) Insert the drain hose to this depth so it Vinyl chloride
drain pipe
wont be pulled out of the drain pipe. Outer wall (VP-30)

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4. Wiring
With a Multi indoor unit , install as described in the installation
manual supplied with the Multi outdoor unit.
1) Strip wire ends (15 mm).
2) Match wire colours with terminal numbers on
indoor and outdoor units terminal blocks and
firmly screw wires to the corresponding terminals.
3) Connect the earth wires to Terminal block
1 2 3

the corresponding terminals. Electrical component box


Shape wires so that the service
4) Pull wires to make sure that lid will fit securely.

they are securely latched up, Wire retainer


Firmly secure wire retainer so that
then retain wires with wire wires sustain no external stress.

retainer. Use the specified wire type.

5) Shape the wires so that the service lid fits securely, then close service lid.
Outdoor unit
Firmly fix the wires with the terminal screws.
1 23 LN
When wire length
exceeds 10 m,
use 2.0-mm wires.

3
Indoor 2 Safety Earth Power
unit 1 breaker leakage supply
15A circuit breaker 50Hz 220V-240V
Firmly fix the wires with H05VV 60Hz 220V-230V
the terminal screws. Earth

Warning
Do not use tapped wires, stand wires, extensioncords, or starburst connections,
as they may cause overheating, electrical shock, or fire.

5. When connecting to an HA system


1) Remove the front grille. (2 screws)
2) Remove the electrical wiring box. (3 screws)
3) Remove the metal plate electrical wiring cover. (4 tabs)
4) Remove the resin plastic electrical wiring cover. (2 tabs)
5) Attach the connection cord to the S21 connector and pull the
harness out through the notched part in the figure.
6) Replace the electrical wiring cover as it was, and pull the harness
around, as shown in the figure.
Tab
Press Tab Notched part
Press

Slide
HA cord
Tab
Tab

Press
HA connector (S21)
Slide
3) Remove the metal Press
plate electrical Screws 4) 5) Attach to the S21
wiring cover. connector and take the
harness out of the notched 6) Pull-around figure

6. Drain piping. part on the mounting.

1) Connect the drain hose, as described below 2) Remove the air filters and pour
The drain hose should be inclined downward. some water into the drain pan
to check the water flows smoothly.
No trap is permitted.

Do not put the end of the hose in water.

Extension drain hose


3) When drain hose requires extension, obtain an extension Indoor unit
drain hose

hose commercially available. Be sure to thermally


insulate the indoor section of the extension hose. Heat insulation tube (Field supply)

4) When connecting a rigid polyvinyl chloride pipe (nominal diameter 13 mm) directly to
the drain hose attached to the indoor unit as with embedded piping work, use any
commercially available drain socket (nominal diameter 13 mm) as a joint.

Drain hose supplied with Commercially available drain socket Commercially available rigid polyvinyl
the indoor unit (nominal diameter 13 mm) chloride pipe (nominal diameter 13 mm)

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Refrigerant piping work


1. Flaring the pipe end
1) Cut the pipe end with a pipe cutter. (Cut exactly at
right angles.) Remove burrs Check
2) Remove burrs with the cut surface facing downward Flares inner
The pipe end must
be evenly flared in
so that the chips do not enter the pipe. Flaring
surface must be
flaw-free.
a perfect circle.

3) Put the flare nut on the pipe. Set exactly at the position shown below. Make sure that the
flare nut is fitted.
4) Flare the pipe. A A
RIGID 0.5 mm
5) Check that the flaring is properly made.
Die IMPERIAL 1.0 mm

Warning
Incomplete flaring may cause refrigerant gas leakage.

2. Refrigerant piping
1) Align the centres of both flares and tighten the flare Flare nut tightening torque
nuts 3 or 4 turns by hand. Then tighten them fully with Gas side Liquid side
the torque wrenches.
3/8 inch 1/2 inch 1/4 inch
Use torque wrenches when tightening the flare nuts to
32.7-39.9N  m 49.5-60.3N  m 14.2-17.2N  m
prevent damage to the flare nuts and escaping gas.
(333-407kgf  cm) (505-615kgf  cm) (144-175kgf  cm)
2) To prevent gas leakage, apply refrigeration machine
oil on both inner and outer surfaces of the flare.
Torque wrench

Coat here with refrigeration machine oil


Spanner

Piping union
Flare nut

2-1. Cautions on Pipe Handling


1) Protect the open end of the pipe against dust and moisture. Wall
Be sure to
2) All pipe bends should be as gentle as possible. Use a pipe place a cap.
bender for bending. Rain
If no flare cap is
(Bending radius should be 30 to 40 mm or larger.) available, cover
the flare mouth
with tape to keep
dirt or water out.

2-2. Selection of Copper and Heat Insulation materials


When using commercial copper pipes and fittings, observe the following:
1) Insulation material: Polyethylene foam
Heat transfer rate: 0.041 to 0.052kW/mK (0.035 to 0.045 kcal/mhC)
Refrigerant gas pipes surface temperature reaches 110C max.
Choose heat insulation materials that will withstand this temperature.
2) Be sure to insulate both the gas and liquid piping and to provide insulation dimensions as below.

Gas side Gas pipe thermal insulation Liquid pipe


Liquid side thermal
insulation
25 class 35 class 25 class 35 class
O.D. 9.5mm O.D. 12.7mm O.D. 6.4mm I.D. 12-15mm I.D. 14-16mm I.D. 8-10mm
Thickness 0.8mm Thickness 0.8mm Thickness 10mm Min.

3) Use separate thermal insulation pipes for gas and liquid refrigerant pipes. Inter-unit wiring

Gas pipe
Liquid pipe

Gas pipe Liquid pipe


insulation insulation

Finishing tape Drain hose

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Trial Operation and Testing


1. Trial Operation and Testing
1-1 Measure the supply voltage and make sure that it falls in the specified range.
1-2 Trial operation should be carried out in either cooling or heating mode.
 For Heat pump
In cooling mode, select the lowest programmable temperature; in heating mode, select the highest
programmable temperature.
1) Trial operation may be disabled in either mode depending on the room temperature.
2) After trial operation is complete, set the temperature to a normal level
(26C to 28C in cooling mode, 20C to 24C in heating mode).
3) For protection, the system disables restart operation for 3 minutes after it is turned off.
 For Cooling Only
Select the lowest programmable temperature.
1) Trial operation in cooling mode may be disabled depending on the room temperature.
Use the remote control for trial operation as described below.
2) After trial operation is complete, set the temperature to a normal level (26C to 28C).
3) For protection, the unit disables restart operation for 3 minutes after it is turned off.
1-3 Carry out the test operation in accordance with the Operation Manual to ensure that all functions and
parts, such as louver movement, are working properly.
The air conditioner requires a small amount of power in its standby mode. If the system is not to be
used for some time after installation, shut off the circuit breaker to eliminate unnecessary power
consumption.
If the circuit breaker trips to shut off the power to the air conditioner, the system will restore the
original operation mode when the circuit breaker is opened again.

2. Trial operation from Remote Controller


1) Press ON/OFF button to turn on the system.
2) Simultaneously press center of TEMP button and MODE button.
3) Press MODE button twice.
( will appear on the display to indicate that Trial Operation mode is selected.)
4) Trial run mode terminates in approx. 30 minutes and switches into normal mode. To quit a trial
operation, press ON/OFF button.

3. Test Items.
Symptom
Test Items Check
(diagnostic display on RC)
Indoor and outdoor units are installed properly on
Fall, vibration, noise
solid bases.
No refrigerant gas leaks. Incomplete cooling / heating function
Refrigerant gas and liquid pipes and indoor drain
Water leakage
hose extension are thermally insulated.
Draining line is properly installed. Water leakage
System is properly earthed. Electrical leakage
The specified wires are used for interconnecting
Inoperative or burn damage
wire connections.
Indoor or outdoor unit's air intake or exhaust has
Incomplete cooling / heating function
clear path of air. Shut-off valves are opened.
Indoor unit properly receives remote control
Inoperative
commands.

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12.3 Outdoor Units

Accessories
Accessories supplied with the outdoor unit:

(B) Drain plug (Heat pump-Models)

(A) Installation manuals 1 1

There is on the bottom packing case.

Precautions for Selecting the Location


1) Choose a place solid enough to bear the weight and vibration of the unit, where the operation noise will not be
amplified.
2) Choose a location where the hot air discharged from the unit or the operation noise will not cause a nuisance to
the neighbors of the user.
3) Avoid places near a bedroom and the like, so that the operation noise will cause no trouble.
4) There must be sufficient spaces for carrying the unit into and out of the site.
5) There must be sufficient space for air passage and no obstructions around the air inlet and the air outlet.
6) The site must be free from the possibility of flammable gas leakage in a nearby place.
7) Install units, power cords and inter-unit cables at least 3 meter away from television and radio sets. This is to
prevent interference to images and sounds. (Noises may be heard even if they are more than 3 meter away
depending on radio wave conditions.)
8) In coastal areas or other places with salty atmosphere of sulfate gas, corrosion may shorten the life of the air
conditioner.
9) Since drain flows out of the outdoor unit, do not place under the unit anything which must be kept away from
moisture.

NOTE
Cannot be installed hanging from ceiling or stacked.

Caution
When operating the air conditioner in a low outdoor ambient
temperature, be sure to follow the instructions described below.
1) To prevent exposure to wind, install the outdoor unit with its
Construct a large canopy.
suction side facing the wall.
Construct a pedestal.
2) Never install the outdoor unit at a site where the suction side
may be exposed directly to wind.
3) To prevent exposure to wind, it is recommended to install a baffle Install the unit high enough off the
plate on the air discharge side of the outdoor unit. ground to prevent burying in snow.
4) In heavy snowfall areas, select an installation site where the snow
will not affect the unit.

Precautions on Installation
Check the strength and level of the installation ground so that the unit will not cause any operating vibration or
noise after installed.
In accordance with the foundation drawing, fix the unit securely by means of the foundation bolts. (Prepare four
sets of M8 or M10 foundation bolts, nuts and washers each which are available on the market.)
It is best to screw in the foundation bolts until their length are 20 mm from the foundation surface.
When installing the unit on the frame, fix water proof plate within 150 mm from the bottom of the unit to prevent
water from entering.
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Outdoor Unit Installation Drawings

Model 25 class 35 class Wrap the insulation


HEAT PUMP: 15m pipe with the finishing
Max. allowable length tape from bottom to top.
COOLING ONLY: 25m
Max. allowable height 15 m
Additional refrigerant
required for refrigerant
20g / m
pipe exceeding
10 m in length.
Gas pipe O.D. 9.5 mm O.D. 12.7 mm
Liquid pipe O.D. 6.4 mm
* Be sure to add the proper amount of additional refrigerant.
Failure to do so may result in reduced performance.

Service lid
 How to remove the service lid.
Remove the screw on the service lid.
Slide the lid downward to remove it.
250 mm from
wall  How to attach the service lid.
Insert the upper part of the service
lid into the outdoor unit to install.
Tighten the screws.

8 le
28 olt-ho
o t b )
s
In sites with poor drainage, use block (Fo entre Allow space for piping
c
bases for outdoor unit. 470 and electrical servicing.
Adjust foot height until the unit is (Foot b
olt-hole 115
leveled. Otherwise, water leakage centres)
(From Where there is a danger of the
or pooling of water may occur. units s unit falling, use foot bolts, or wires.
ide)

Installation Guidelines
Where a wall or other obstacle is in the path of outdoor units intake or exhaust airflow, follow the installation
guidelines below.
For any of the below installation patterns, the wall height on the exhaust side should be 1200 mm or less.

Wall facing one side Walls facing two sides Walls facing three sides

More than 50 More than 100


More than 150 More than 150
More
than 100
1200 More than 300
or less More than 50

More than 50 More than 50 Top view

Side view Top view Unit: mm

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Outdoor Unit Installation

1. Installing Outdoor Unit


1) When installing the outdoor unit, refer to Precautions for Selecting the Location and the Outdoor Unit
Installation Drawings.
2) If drain work is necessary, follow the procedures below.
2. Drain Work
1) Use drain plug for drainage. Drain-water hole
2) If the drain port is covered by a mounting base or floor surface, place additional
foot bases of at least 30 mm in height under the outdoor units feet. Bottom frame

3) In cold areas, do not use a drain hose with the outdoor unit. Drain plug
(Otherwise, drain water may freeze, impairing heating performance.) Hose (available commercially,
inner dia. 16mm)
3. Flaring the Pipe End
1) Cut the pipe end with a pipe cutter.
2) Remove burrs with the cut surface facing downward so that the chips do not
enter the pipe. (Cut exactly at
right angles.) Remove burrs
3) Put the flare nut on the pipe.
4) Flare the pipe. Flaring
Set exactly at the position shown below.
5) Check that the flaring is properly made. A A
RIGID 0.5 mm
Die IMPERIAL 1.0 mm

Check
Flares inner The pipe end must
surface must be evenly flared in
be flaw-free. a perfect circle.

Make sure that the


flare nut is fitted.

Warning
1) Incomplete flaring may cause refrigerant gas leakage.

4. Refrigerant Piping
1) Align the centres of both flares and tighten the flare nuts 3 or 4 turns by hand. Then tighten them fully with
the torque wrenches.
Use torque wrenches when tightening the flare nuts to prevent damage to the flare nuts and escaping gas.
2) To prevent gas leakage, apply refrigeration machine oil on both inner and outer surfaces of the flare.
(Use refrigeration oil for R-22) Torque wrench

Coat here with refrigeration machine oil


Spanner

Piping union
Flare nut

Flare nut tightening torque Valve cap tightening torque


Gas side Liquid side Gas side Liquid side
3/8 inch 1/2 inch 1/4 inch 3/8 inch 1/2 inch 1/4 inch
32.7-39.9N m 49.5-60.3N m 14.2-17.2N m 21.6-27.4N m 26.5-32.3N m 21.6-27.4N m
(333-407kgf cm) (505-615kgf cm) (144-175kgf cm) (220-280kgf cm) (270-330kgf cm) (220-280kgf cm)

10.8-14.7N m
Service port cap tightening torque
(110-150kgf cm)

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5. Purging Air and Checking Gas Leakage


When piping work is completed, it is necessary to purge the air and check for gas leakage.

Warning
1) Do not mix any substance other than the specified refrigerant (R-22) into the refrigeration cycle.
2) To prevent air pollution, a vacuum pump should be used for air purging wherever possible.
3) Refrigerant gas leaks during air purging, ventilate the room as soon as possible.
4) Use a vacuum pump for R-22 exclusively. Using the same vacuum pump for different refrigerants may
damage the vacuum pump or the unit.

If using additional refrigerant, perform air purging from the refrigerant Pressure
Compound meter
pipes and indoor unit using a vacuum pump, then charge additional pressure gauge
refrigerant. Gauge
manifold
Use a hexagonal wrench (4 mm) to operate the shut-off valve rod.
Valve lids
All refrigerant pipe joints should be tightened with a torque wrench at
High-
the specified tightening torque. Low-pressure pressure
valve valve
Charging
hoses Liquid
shut-off
Service port Gas valve
shut-off
Vacuum pump valve

1) Connect projection side (on which worm pin is pressed) of charging hose (which comes from gauge manifold) to gas
shut-off valves service port.

2) Fully open gauge manifolds low-pressure valve (Lo) and completely close its high-pressure valve (Hi).
(High-pressure valve subsequently requires no operation.)

3) Do vacuum pumping and make sure that the compound pressure gauge reads 0.1MPa ( 76 cmHg)*1.

4) Close gauge manifolds low-pressure valve (Lo) and stop vacuum pump.
(Keep this state for a few minutes to make sure that the compound pressure gauge pointer does not swing back.)*2.

5) Remove covers from liquid shut-off value and gas shut-off valve.

6) Turn the liquid shut-off valves rod 90 degrees counterclockwise with a hexagonal wrench to open valve.
Close it after 5 seconds, and check for gas leakage.
Using soapy water, check for gas leakage from indoor units flare and outdoor units flare and valve rods.
After the check is complete, wipe all soapy water off.

7) Disconnect charging hose from gas shut-off valves service port, then fully open liquid and gas shut-off valves.
(Do not attempt to turn valve rod beyond its stop.)

8) Tighten valve lids and service port caps for the liquid and gas shut-off valves with a torque wrench at the specified torques.

*1. Pipe length vs. vacuum pump run time


Pipe length Up to 15 metres More than 15 metres
Run time Not less than 10 min. Not less than 15 min.
*2. If the compound pressure gauge pointer swings back, refrigerant may have water content or a loose pipe
joint may exists. Check all pipe joints and retighten nuts as needed, then repeat steps 2) through 4).

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6. Refrigerant Piping Work


6-1 Cautions on Pipe Handling
1) Protect the open end of the pipe against dust and moisture.
Wall
2) All pipe bends should be as gentle as possible. Use a pipe bender for bending. Be sure to
place a cap.
(Bending radius should be 30 to 40 mm or larger.)
Rain
If no flare cap is
available, cover
6-2 Selection of Copper and Heat Insulation materials the flare mouth
When using commercial copper pipes and fittings, observe the following: with tape to keep
dirt or water out.
1) Insulation material: Polyethylene foam
Heat transfer rate: 0.041 to 0.052kW/mK (0.035 to 0.045 kcal/mhC)
Refrigerant gas pipes surface temperature reaches 110C max.
Choose heat insulation materials that will withstand this temperature.
2) Be sure to insulate both the gas and liquid piping and to provide insulation dimensions as below.
Inter-unit wiring
Gas pipe thermal Liquid pipe Gas pipe
Gas side Liquid pipe
Liquid side insulation thermal
25 class 35 class 25 class 35 class insulation
O.D. O.D. O.D. I.D. I.D. I.D.
9.5mm 12.7mm 6.4mm 12-15mm 14-16mm 8-10mm Gas pipe Liquid pipe
insulation insulation

Thickness 0.8mm Thickness 10mm Min. Finishing tape Drain hose

3) Use separate thermal insulation pipes for gas and liquid refrigerant pipes.

Pump Down Operation


In order to protect the environment, be sure to pump down Hexagonal
when relocating or disposing of the unit. wrench

1) Remove the valve lid from liquid shut-off valve and gas shut-off valve.
Gas shut-off valve
Close
2) Carry out forced cooling operation.
3) After five to ten minutes, close the liquid shut-off valve with a
hexagonal wrench.
4) After two to three minutes, close the gas shut-off valve and Liquid shut-off
stop forced cooling operation. valve
Valve lid

Forced operation
Power supply
1) Short-circuit the two jumpers next to the terminal block
terminal block using a screwdriver.
Jumper
Then start operation.
1
2) Forced cooling operation will stop
automatically after around 15 minutes.
To force the test run to stop, repeat the
action in step 1).

Screwdriver

Precautions when forcing operation.


1. The screwdriver grip must be electrically insulated.
2. Do not insert the screwdriver in a side ways position.
3. The tip of the screwdriver must not touch anything
other than the jumper.
4. Do not apply more pressure than needed when
inserting the screwdriver.
*Use the screwdriver 4.0 - 6.0.
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Wiring
Warning
Do not use tapped wires, stand wires, extensioncords, or starbust connections, as they may cause overheating,
electrical shock, or fire.

Do not turn ON the safety breaker until all work is completed.


1) Strip the insulation from the wire (20 mm). Firmly fix the wires with
the terminal screws.
2) Connect the connection wires between the Outdoor unit

indoor and outdoor units so that the terminal When wire length exceeds
1 23 LN

numbers match. Tighten the terminal screws 10 m, use 2.0-mm wires.

securely. We recommend a flathead screwdriver


3 Power
be used to tighten the screws. Indoor 2
1
Safety
breaker Earth leakage supply
unit circuit breaker
15A 50Hz 220-240V
60Hz 220-230V
Firmly fix the wires with H05VV
the terminal screws. Earth

1 2 3 Power supply
terminal block

Shape wires so
that the service
lid and shut-off
valve cover fit
securely.

Firmly secure
Use the specified wire type and wire retainer so
connect it securely. wire terminations
will not receive
external stress.

Observe the notes mentioned below when wiring to the power


supply terminal board.
Precautions to be taken for power supply wiring. Round crimp-style
(Use a round crimp-style terminal for connection to the power terminal
supply terminal board. In case it cannot be used due to Electric Wire
unavoidable reasons, be sure to observe the following
instruction.)

Caution
When connecting the connection wires to the terminal board using a single core wire, be sure to perform curling.
Problems with the work may cause heat and fires.

Excessive strip length


Strip wire end may cause electrical
to this point. shock or leakage.

Good Wrong

Stripping wire at terminal block

3) Pull the wire and make sure that it does not disconnect. Then fix the wire in place with a wire stop.

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Test Run and Final Check


1. Trial Operation and Testing.
1-1 Measure the supply voltage and make sure that it falls in the specified range.
1-2 Trial operation should be carried out in eitr cooling or heating mode.
 For Heat pump
In cooling mode, select the lowest programmable temperature; in heating mode, select the highest
programmable temperature.
1) Trial operation may be disabled in either mode depending on the room temperature.
2) After trial operation is complete, set the temperature to a normal level (26C to 28C in cooling mode, 20C
to 24C in heating mode).
3) For protection, the unit disables restart operation for 3 minutes after it is turned off.
 For Cooling only
Select the lowest programmable temperature.
1) Trial operation in cooling mode may be disabled depending on the room temperature.
Use the remote control for trial operation as described below.
2) After trial operation is complete, set the temperature to a normal level (26C to 28C).
3) For protection, the unit disables restart operation for 3 minutes after it is turned off.
1-3 Carry out the test operation in accordance with the Operation Manual to ensure that all functions and
parts, such as louver movement, are working properly.
The air conditioner requires a small amount of power in its standby mode. If the system is not to be used for
some time after installation, shut off the circuit breaker to eliminate unnecessary power consumption.
If the circuit breaker trips to shut off the power to the air conditioner, the system will restore the original
operation mode when the circuit breaker is opened again.

2. Test Items.

Symptom
Test Items Check
(diagnostic display on RC)

Indoor and outdoor units are installed properly on


Fall, vibration, noise
solid bases.

No refrigerant gas leaks. Incomplete cooling/heating function

Refrigerant gas and liquid pipes and indoor drain


Water leakage
hose extension are thermally insulated.

Draining line is properly installed. Water leakage


System is properly earthed. Electrical leakage

The specified wires are used for interconnecting


Inoperative or burn damage
wire connections.

Indoor or outdoor units air intake or exhaust has


clear path of air. Incomplete cooling/heating function
Shut-off valves are opened.

Indoor unit properly receives remote control


Inoperative
commands.

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13. Operation Manual

Safety precautions
Keep this manual where the operator can easily find them.
Read this manual attentively before starting up the unit.
For safety reason the operator must read the following cautions carefully.
This manual classifies precautions into WARNINGS and CAUTIONS. Be sure to follow all precau-
tions below: they are all important for ensuring safety.

WARNING CAUTION
If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may
cause property damage, personal injury or loss of life. cause minor or moderate property damage or personal injury.

Never do. Be sure to follow the instructions.


Never cause the air conditioner (including the remote
Be sure to earth the air conditioner. controller) to get wet.
Never touch the air conditioner (including the remote
controller) with a wet hand.

WARNING
In order to avoid fire, explosion or injury, do not operate the unit when harmful, among which flammable or
corrosive gases, are detected near the unit.
It is not good for health to expose your body to the air flow for a long time.
Do not put a finger, a rod or other objects into the air outlet or inlet. As the fan is rotating at a high speed, it will
cause injury.
Do not attempt to repair, relocate, modify or reinstall the air conditioner by yourself. Incorrect work will cause electric
shocks, fire etc.
For repairs and reinstallation, consult your Daikin dealer for advice and information.
The refrigerant used in the air conditioner is safe. Although leaks should not occur, if for some
reason any refrigerant happens to leak into the room, make sure it does not come in contact
with any flame as of gas heaters, kerosene heaters or gas range.
If the air conditioner is not cooling (heating) properly, the refrigerant may be leaking, so call your dealer.
When carrying out repairs accompanying adding refrigerant, check the content of the repairs with our service staff.
Do not attempt to install the air conditioner by your self. Incorrect work will result in water leakage, electric shocks or
fire. For installation, consult the dealer or a qualified technician.
In order to avoid electric shock, fire or injury, if you detect any abnormally such as smell of fire, stop the operation and
turn off the breaker. And call your dealer for instructions.

CAUTION
The air conditioner must be earthed. Incomplete earthing may result in electric shocks. Do not connect the
earth line to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightening rod, or a telephone earth line.

In order to avoid any quality deterioration, do not use the unit for cooling precision instruments, food, plants,
animals or works of art.
Never expose little children, plants or animals directly to the air flow.
Do not place appliances which produce open fire in places exposed to the air flow from the unit or under the
indoor unit. It may cause incomplete combustion or deformation of the unit due to the heat.
Do not block air inlets nor outlets. Impaired air flow may result in insufficient performance or trouble.

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Do not stand or sit on the outdoor unit. Do not place any object on the unit to avoid injury, do not remove the fan guard.
Do not place anything under the indoor or outdoor unit that must be kept away from moisture. In certain conditions,
moisture in the air may condense and drip.
After a long use, check the unit stand and fittings for damage.
Do not touch the air inlet and aluminum fins of outdoor unit. It may cause injury.
The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children shuld be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
To avoid oxygen deficiency, ventilate the room sufficiently if equipment with burner is used together with the
air conditioner.
Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation, turn the breaker off or pull out the supply cord.
Do not connect the air conditioner to a power supply different from the one as specified. It may cause trou-
ble or fire.
Depending on the environment, an earth leakage breaker must be installed. Lack of an earth leakage breaker may
result in electric shocks.
Arrange the drain hose to ensure smooth drainage. Incomplete draining may cause wetting of the building, furniture
etc.

Do not operate the air conditioner with wet hands.

Do not wash the indoor unit with excessive water, only use a slightly wet cloth.
Do not place things such as vessels containing water or anything else on top of the unit. Water may pene-
trate into the unit and degrade electrical insulations, resulting in an electric shock.

Installation site
To install the air conditioner in the following types of environments, consult the dealer.
Places with an oily ambient or where steam or soot occurs.
Salty environment such as coastal areas.
Places where sulfide gas occurs such as hot springs.
Places where snow may block the outdoor unit.
The drain from the outdoor unit must be discharged to a place of good drainage.

Consider nuisance to your neighbours from noises


For installation, choose a place as described below.
A place solid enough to bear the weight of the unit which does not amplify the operation noise or vibration.
A place from where the air discharged from the outdoor unit or the operation noise will not annoy
your neighbours.

Electrical work
For power supply, be sure to use a separate power circuit dedicated to the air conditioner.

System relocation
Relocating the air conditioner requires specialized knowledge and skills. Please consult the dealer if reloca-
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Names of parts
Indoor Unit

1 2 3 4

11 10 9 7

12 13 14 15 16

ON
OFF

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Outdoor Unit

17
22

19

20

21
18

Indoor Unit
1. Air filter 12. Indoor Unit ON/OFF switch: (page 10.)
2. Photocatalytic deodorizing filter or Push this switch once to start operation.
Air purifying filter: Push once again to stop it.
These filters are attached to the inside of the air The operation mode refers to the following
filters. table.
3. Air inlet Temperature Air flow
Mode
setting rate
4. Front grille
FTKE COOL 22C AUTO
5. Grille tab
FTXE AUTO 25C AUTO
6. Room temperature sensor:
It senses the air temperature around the unit. This switch is useful when the remote controller
is missing.
7. INTELLIGENT EYE sensor:
13. Operation lamp (green)
It detects the movements of people and auto-
matically switches between normal operation 14. TIMER lamp (Yellow): (page 20.)
and energy saving operation. (page 18.) 15. HOME LEAVE lamp (red): (page 16.)
8. Display 16. Signal receiver:
9. Air outlet It receives signals from the remote controller.
When the unit receives a signal, you will hear a
10. Flaps (horizontal blades): (page 12.)
short beep.
11. Louvres (vertical blades): Operation start .............beep-beep
The louvres are inside of the air outlet. Settings changed..........beep
(page 13.) Operation stop ..............beeeeep

Outdoor Unit
17. Air inlet: (Back and side) 21. Earth terminal:
18. Air outlet It is inside of this cover.
19. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable 22. Outside air temperature sensor:
20. Drain hose It senses the ambient temperature around the
unit.
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.

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Remote Controller
1

ON
2 C

HOME LEAVE
5
3 ON/OFF
POWERFUL TEMP
6
4
9
7 MODE FAN SWING 10
SILENT SENSOR
8 11
12 ON CANCEL 15
OFF 16
TIMER
14

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1. Signal transmitter: (AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN) (page 10.)
It sends signals to the indoor unit. 8. SILENT button: for OUTDOOR UNIT
2. Display: SILENT operation (page 15.)
It displays the current settings. Only works for multi-connection
(In this illustration, each section is shown 9. FAN setting button:
with all its displays ON for the purpose of It selects the air flow rate setting.
explanation.)
10. SWING button: (page 12.)
3. HOME LEAVE button:
11. SENSOR button: for INTELLIGENT EYE
for HOME LEAVE operation (page 16.)
operation (page 18.)
4. POWERFUL button:
12. ON TIMER button: (page 21.)
for POWERFUL operation (page 14.)
13. OFF TIMER button: (page 20.)
5. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
It changes the temperature setting. 14. TIMER Setting button:
It changes the time setting.
6. ON/OFF button:
Press this button once to start operation. 15. TIMER CANCEL button:
Press once again to stop it. It cancels the timer setting.
7. MODE selector button: 16. CLOCK button: (page 9.)
It selects the operation mode.

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Preparation Before Operation


To set the batteries
Position + and
correctly!
1. Press with a finger and slide the
front cover to take it off.
2
+ +
2. Set two dry batteries (AAA).

3. Set the front cover as before.

ATTENTION
About batteries
When replacing the batteries, use batteries of the same type, and replace the two old batteries
together.
When the system is not used for a long time, take the batteries out.
We recommend replacing once a year, although if the remote controller display begins to fade or if
reception deteriorates, please replace with new alkali batteries. Using manganese batteries reduces
the lifespan.
The attached batteries are provided for the initial use of the system.
The usable period of the batteries may be short depending on the manufactured date of the air
conditioner.

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Preparation Before Operation


To operate the remote
controller
To use the remote controller, aim the transmitter
at the indoor unit. If there is anything to block
signals between the unit and the remote control-
ler, such as a curtain, the unit will not operate.
Do not drop the remote controller. Do not get it wet.
The maximum distance for communication is
about 7 m. Receiver

To fix the remote controller


holder on the wall
1. Choose a place from where the sig-
nals reach the unit.
2. Fix the holder to a wall, a pillar, etc. Remote controller
holder
with the screws supplied with the
holder. Set.
3. Place the remote controller in the
remote controller holder.
To remove, pull it upwards.

ATTENTION
About remote controller
Never expose the remote controller to direct sunlight.
Dust on the signal transmitter or receiver will reduce the sensitivity. Wipe off dust with soft cloth.
Signal communication may be disabled if an electronic-starter-type fluorescent lamp (such as
inverter-type lamps) is in the room. Consult the shop if that is the case.
If the remote control signals happen to operate another appliance, move that appliance to some-
where else, or consult the shop.

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To set the clock


1. Press CLOCK button.
is displayed.
C
blinks.

2. Press TIMER setting button


to set the clock to the present
time. HOME LEAVE
Holding down or button rap- ON/OFF
idly increases or decreases the time dis- POWERFUL TEMP
play.

3. Press CLOCK button.


MODE FAN SWING
blinks. SILENT SENSOR 2

ON CANCEL
Turn the breaker ON
Turning ON the breaker opens the flap, then OFF 1.3
TIMER
closes it again. (This is a normal procedure.)

NOTE
Tips for saving energy
Be careful not to cool (heat) the room too much.
Keeping the temperature setting at a moderate level helps save energy. Recommended temperature setting
Cover windows with a blind or a curtain.
For cooling:26C 28C
Blocking sunlight and air from outdoors increases the cooling (heating) effect. For heating:20C 24C
Clogged air filters cause inefficient operation and waste energy. Clean them
once in about every two weeks.
Please note
The air conditioner always consumes 15-35 watts of electricity even while it is not operating.
If you are not going to use the air conditioner for a long period, for example in spring or autumn, turn the breaker OFF.
Use the air conditioner in the following conditions.

Mode Operating conditions If operation is continued out of this range


COOL Outdoor temperature: <3/4MK>10 to 46 C A safety device may work to stop the operation.
<3/4MX>10 to 46 C (In multi system, it may work to stop the operation of the outdoor unit only.)
<RK(X)>10 to 46 C Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
Indoor temperature: 18 to 32 C
Indoor humidity: 80% max.
HEAT Outdoor temperature: <3/4MX>15 to 21 C A safety device may work to stop the operation.
<RX>10 to 15 C
Indoor temperature: 10 to 30 C
DRY Outdoor temperature: <3/4MK>10 to 46 C A safety device may work to stop the operation.
<3/4MX>10 to 46 C Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
<RK(X)>10 to 46 C
Indoor temperature: 18 to 32 C
Indoor humidity: 80% max.

Operation outside this humidity or temperature range may cause a safety device to disable the system.

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AUTO DRY COOL HEAT FAN Operation


The air conditioner operates with the operation mode of your
choice.
From the next time on, the air conditioner will operate with the
same operation mode.

To start operation
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1. Press MODE selector button


and select a operation mode.
Each pressing of the button advances the
mode setting in sequence. 4
HOME LEAVE
: AUTO ON/OFF
POWERFUL TEMP
: DRY 2, 3
: COOL
1

: HEAT MODE FAN SWING


SILENT SENSOR
: FAN
5
ON CANCEL
<FTKE>
OFF
TIMER
<FTXE>

2. Press ON/OFF button .


The OPERATION lamp lights up.
ON
OFF

To stop operation
3. Press ON/OFF button again.
Then OPERATION lamp goes off.

To change the temperature setting


4. Press TEMPERATURE adjustment button
DRY or FAN mode AUTO or COOL or HEAT mode

Press to raise the temperature and press


to lower the temperature.
The temperature setting is not variable. Set to the temperature you like.

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To change the air flow rate setting


5. Press FAN setting button.
DRY mode AUTO or COOL or HEAT or FAN mode

Five levels of air flow rate setting from to


plus are available.
The air flow rate setting is not variable.

Indoor unit quiet operation


When the air flow is set to , the noise from the indoor unit will become quieter.
Use this when making the noise quieter.
The unit might lose power when the fan strength is set to a weak level.

To change the air flow direction


(page 12.)

NOTE
Note on HEAT operation
Since this air conditioner heats the room by taking heat from outdoor air to indoors, the heating
capacity becomes smaller in lower outdoor temperatures. If the heating effect is insufficient, it is rec-
ommended to use another heating appliance in combination with the air conditioner.
The heat pump system heats the room by circulating hot air around all parts of the room. After the
start of heating operation, it takes some time before the room gets warmer.
In heating operation, frost may occur on the outdoor unit and lower the heating capacity. In that case,
the system switches into defrosting operation to take away the frost.
During defrosting operation, hot air does not flow out of indoor unit.
Note on DRY operation
The computer chip works to rid the room of humidity while maintaining the temperature as
much as possible. It automatically controls temperature and fan strength, so manual adjust-
ment of these functions is unavailable.
Note on AUTO operation
In AUTO operation, the system selects an appropriate operation mode (COOL or HEAT) based on the
room temperature at the start of the operation.
The system automatically reselects setting at a regular interval to bring the room temperature to user-
setting level.
If you do not like AUTO operation, you can manually select the operation mode and setting
you like.
Note on air flow rate setting
At smaller air flow rates, the cooling (heating) effect is also smaller.

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Adjusting the Air Flow Direction


You can adjust the air flow direction to increase your com-
fort.

To adjust the horizontal ON


blades (flaps) C

1. Press SWING button.


The display will light up and the flaps will
begin to swing. HOME LEAVE
ON/OFF
2. When the flaps have reached the POWERFUL TEMP
desired position, press SWING
button once more.
The display will go blank. MODE FAN SWING 1, 2
The flaps will stop moving. SILENT SENSOR

ON CANCEL

OFF
TIMER

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To adjust the vertical blades


(louvres)
Hold the knob and move the louvres.
(You will find a knob on the left-side and the right-side blades.)

Notes on flaps and louvres angles


When SWING button is selected, the flaps
In DRY mode or COOL mode
swinging range depends on the operation mode.
(See the figure.)
ATTENTION When stop operation
0
Upper limit in cooling
Always use a remote controller to adjust the flaps 25
Lower limit in cooling
angle. If you attempt to move it forcibly with hand
when it is swinging, the mechanism may be broken. In HEAT or FAN mode
Be careful when adjusting the louvres. Inside the
air outlet, a fan is rotating at a high speed.
When stop operation
20
Upper limit in heating
45
Lower limit in heating

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POWERFUL Operation
POWERFUL operation quickly maximizes the cooling
(heating) effect in any operation mode. You can get the
maximum capacity .

To start POWERFUL ON

operation
1. Press POWERFUL button.
POWERFUL operation ends in 20 minutes.
Then the system automatically operates
again with the settings which were used HOME LEAVE

before POWERFUL operation. ON/OFF


When using POWERFUL operation,
POWERFUL TEMP
there are some functions which are not
1, 2
available.
MODE FAN SWING
To cancel POWERFUL SILENT SENSOR

operation
ON CANCEL
2. Press POWERFUL button
OFF
again. TIMER

NOTE
Notes on POWERFUL operation
In COOL and HEAT mode
To maximize the cooling (heating) effect, the capacity of outdoor unit must be increased
and the air flow rate be fixed to the maximum setting.
The temperature and air flow settings are not variable.
In DRY mode
The temperature setting is lowered by 2.5C and the air flow rate is slightly increased.
In FAN mode
The air flow rate is fixed to the maximum setting.

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HOME LEAVE Operation


HOME LEAVE operation is a function which allows you to record your preferred temperature and air
flow rate settings.

To start HOME LEAVE


operation
1. Press HOME LEAVE button .
The HOME LEAVE lamp lights up. C

ON
OFF

To cancel HOME LEAVE HOME LEAVE


1, 2
operation ON/OFF
POWERFUL TEMP
2. Press HOME LEAVE button again.
The HOME LEAVE lamp goes off.
MODE FAN SWING
SILENT SENSOR

ON CANCEL

OFF
TIMER

Before using HOME LEAVE operation.


To set the temperature and air flow rate for HOME LEAVE operation
When using HOME LEAVE operation for the first time, please set the temperature and air flow rate
for HOME LEAVE operation. Record your preferred temperature and air flow rate.

Initial setting Selectable range


temperature Air flow rate temperature Air flow rate
Cooling 25C AUTO 18-32C 5 step, AUTO and SILENT
Heating 25C AUTO 10-30C 5 step, AUTO and SILENT

1. Press HOME LEAVE button. Make sure is displayed in the remote control
display.
2. Adjust the set temperature with or as you like.
3. Adjust the air flow rate with FAN setting button as you like.
Home leave operation will run with these settings the next time you use this function. To change
the recorded information, repeat steps 1 3.

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Whats the HOME LEAVE operation


Is there a set temperature and air flow rate which is most comfortable, a set temperature and air flow rate which
you use the most? HOME LEAVE operation is a function that allows you to record your favorite set temperature and
air flow rate. You can start your favorite operation mode simply by pressing the HOME LEAVE button on the remote
control. This function is convenient in the following situations.
Useful in these cases.
1.Use as an energy-saving mode
Set the temperature 2-3 higher (cooling) or lower (heating) than normal. Setting the fan strength to the lowest setting
allows the unit to be used in energy-saving mode. Also convenient for use while you are out or sleeping.
Every day before you leave the house...

When you go out, push the HOME When you return, you will be Push the HOME LEAVE Opera-
LEAVE Operation button, and the welcomed by a comfortably air tion button again, and the air con-
air conditioner will adjust capacity to conditioned room. ditioner will adjust capacity to the
reach the preset temperature for set temperature for normal opera-
HOME LEAVE Operation. tion.
Before bed...

Set the unit to HOME LEAVE Oper- The unit will maintain the tem- When you enter the living room
ation before leaving the living room perature in the room at a com- in the morning, the temperature
when going to bed. fortable level while you sleep. will be just right.
Disengaging HOME LEAVE
Operation will return the tem-
perature to that set for normal
operation. Even the coldest
winters will pose no problem!
2.Use as a favorite mode
Once you record the temperature and air flow rate settings you most often use, you can retrieve them by pressing
HOME LEAVE button. You do not have to go through troublesome remote control operations.
NOTE
Once the temperature and air flow rate for HOME LEAVE operation are set, those settings will be used
whenever HOME LEAVE operation is used in the future. To change these settings, please refer to the
Before using HOME LEAVE operation section above.
HOME LEAVE operation is only available in COOL and HEAT mode. Cannot be used in AUTO, DRY, and
FAN mode.
HOME LEAVE operation runs in accordance with the previous operation mode(COOL or HEAT) before
using HOME LEAVE operation.
HOME LEAVE operation and POWERFUL operation cannot be used at the same time.
Last button that was pressed has priority.
The operation mode cannot be changed while HOME LEAVE operation is being used.
When operation is shut off during HOME LEAVE operation, using the remote controller or the indoor unit
ON/OFF switch, will remain on the remote controller display.

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INTELLIGENT EYE Operation


INTELLIGENT EYE is the infrared sensor which
detects the human movement.

To start INTELLIGENT
EYE operation
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1. Press SENSOR button.

To cancel the
INTELLIGENT EYE HOME LEAVE
ON/OFF
operation POWERFUL TEMP

2. Press SENSOR button again.


[EX.] MODE FAN SWING
SILENT SENSOR
When somebody in the room 1, 2
Normal operation ON CANCEL

OFF
TIMER
When nobody in the room

20 min. after, start energy saving


operation.

Somebody back in the room


Back to normal operation.

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To adjust the angle of the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor


You can adjust the angle of the INTELLIGENT EYE
sensor to increase the detection area.
(Adjustable angle: 15 to right and left of
centre)

15 15 INTELLIGENT EYE
sensor

Gently push and slide the sensor to adjust the


angle.
After adjusting the angle, wipe the sensor gently
with a clean cloth, being careful not to scratch
the sensor. Moving the sensor to the left Moving the sensor to the right

INTELLIGENT EYE is useful for Energy Saving


Energy saving operation
Change the temperature 2C in heating / +2C in cooling / +1C in dry mode from set temperature.
Decrease the air flow rate slightly in fan operation. (In FAN mode only)

Notes on INTELLIGENT EYE


Application range is as follows.
Vertical angle 80 Horizontal angle 100
(Side View) (Top View)

50 50
5m

5m 80

Sensor may not detect moving objects further than 5m away. (Check the application range)
Sensor detection sensitivity changes according to indoor unit location, the speed of pass-
ersby, temperature range, etc.
The sensor also mistakenly detects pets, sunlight, fluttering curtains and light reflected off of
mirrors as passersby.
INTELLIGENT EYE operatipon will not go on during powerful operation.
Night set mode (page 20.) will not go on during you use INTELLIGENT EYE operation.

CAUTION
Do not place large objects near the sensor.
Also keep heating units or humidifiers outside the sensors detection area. This sensor can
detect objects it shouldnt as well as not detect objects it should.
Do not hit or violently push the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor. This can lead to damage and
malfunction.

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TIMER Operation
Timer functions are useful for automatically switching the
air conditioner on or off at night or in the morning. You can
also use OFF TIMER and ON TIMER in combination.

To use OFF TIMER opera-


tion C

Check that the clock is correct.


If not, set the clock to the present time.
(page 9.)

1. Press OFF TIMER button. HOME LEAVE


ON/OFF
is displayed. POWERFUL TEMP
blinks.

2. Press TIMER Setting button MODE FAN SWING


until the time setting reaches the SILENT SENSOR
point you like.
Every pressing of either button increases
ON CANCEL 4
or decreases the time setting by 10 min-
utes. Holding down either button changes OFF
the setting rapidly. TIMER 2
1.3
3. Press OFF TIMER button
again.
The TIMER lamp lights up.
ON
OFF

To cancel the OFF TIMER operation


4. Press CANCEL button.
The TIMER lamp goes off.

Notes
When TIMER is set, the present time is not displayed.
Once you set ON, OFF TIMER, the time setting is kept in the memory. (The memory is canceled when
remote controller batteries are replaced.)
When operating the unit via the ON/OFF Timer, the actual length of operation may vary from the time
entered by the user. (Maximum approx. 10 minutes)
NIGHT SET MODE
When the OFF TIMER is set, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the temperature setting (0.5C
up in COOL, 2.0C down in HEAT) to prevent excessive cooling (heating) for your pleasant sleep.

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To use ON TIMER operation


Check that the clock is correct. If not, set
the clock to the present time
(page 9.).

1. Press ON TIMER button.


is displayed.
C
blinks.

2. Press TIMER Setting button


until the time setting reaches
the point you like. HOME LEAVE
Every pressing of either button ON/OFF
increases or decreases the time setting POWERFUL TEMP
by 10 minutes. Holding down either but-
ton changes the setting rapidly.
MODE FAN SWING
3. Press ON TIMER button
SILENT SENSOR
again.
The TIMER lamp lights up. 1.3
ON
ON CANCEL 4
OFF

OFF
2
To cancel ON TIMER
TIMER

operation
4. Press CANCEL button.
The TIMER lamp goes off.

To combine ON TIMER and OFF TIMER


A sample setting for combining the two timers is shown below.

(Example)
Present time: 11:00 PM
(The unit operating)
Display

OFF TIMER at 0:00 a.m.


ON TIMER at 7:00 a.m. Combined

ATTENTION
In the following cases, set the timer again.
After a breaker has turned OFF.
After a power failure.
After replacing batteries in the remote controller.

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Care and Cleaning


CAUTION Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and
turn the breaker OFF.

Units
Indoor unit, Outdoor unit and Remote controller
1. Wipe them with dry soft cloth.

Front grille
1. Open the front grille.
Hold the grille by the tabs on the two sides and lift
it unitl it stops with a click.

2. Remove the front grille.


Supporting the front grille with one hand, release
the lock by sliding down the knob with the other
hand.
To remove the front grille, pull it toward yourself
with both hands.

3. Clean the front grille


Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
Only neutral detergent may be used.
In case of washing the grille with water, dry it with
cloth, dry it up in the shade after washing.

4. Attach the front grille


Set the 3 keys of the front grille into the slots
and push them in all the way.
Close the front grille slowly and push the grille
Fit the key
at the 3 points. into the slot.
( 1 on each sides and 1 in the middle.)
Check to see if the rotating axis in the upper
center section is moving. Slide up the knob.

CAUTION
Dont touch the metal parts of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an injury.
When removing or attaching the front grille, use a robust and stable stool and watch your steps carefully.
When removing or attaching the front grille, support the grille securely with hand to prevent it from falling.
For cleaning, do not use hot water above 40 C, benzine, gasoline, thinner, nor other volatile oils, pol-
ishing compound, scrubbing brushes, nor other hand stuff.
After cleaning, make sure that the front grille is securely fixed.

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Filters
1. Open the front grille. (page 24)
2. Pull out the air filters.
Push a little upwards the tab at the center of each air
filter, then pull it down.
3. Take off the air purifying filter,
photocatalytic deodorizing filter.
Hold the recessed parts of the frame and
unhook the four claws. Air purifying
Air filter
filter or
4. Clean or replace each filter. photocatalytic
deodorizing
See below.
filter

5. Set the air filter, air purifying filter


and photocatalytic deodorizing filter as Push
they were and close the front grille.
Insert claws of the filters into slots of the front grille.
Close the front grille slowly and push the grille at the 3
points. (1 on each sides and 1 in the middle.)

Air Filter
1. Wash the air filters with water or clean them with
vacuum cleaner.
If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral detergent
thinned with lukewarm water, then dry them up in the shade.
It is recommended to clean the air filters every two weeks.

Air Purifying Filter (green)


(Replace approximately once every 3 months.)
1. Detach the filter element and attach a new one.
Insert with the green side up.
It is recommended to replace the air purifying filter every three months.

Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter (gray)


[ Maintenance ]
1. Dry the photocatalytic deodorizing filter in the sun.
After removing the dust with a vacuum cleaner, place the filter in the sun for approximately 6 hours.
By drying the photocatalytic deodorizing filter in the sun, its deodorizing and antibacterial capabilities
are regenerated.
Because the filter material is paper, it can not be cleaned with water.
It is recommended dry the filter once every 6 months.
[ Replacement]
1. Detach the filter element and attach a new one.

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Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the earth wire is not disconnected or broken.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the ser-
vice shop if this is the case.

Before a long idle period


1. Operate the fan only for several hours on a fine day to dry out the
inside.
Press MODE button and select fanoperation.
Press ON/OFF button and start operation.

2. Clean the air filters and set them again.


3. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
4. Turn OFF the breaker for the room air conditioner.

NOTE
Operation with dirty filters :
(1) cannot deodorize the air. (2) cannot clean the air.
(3) results in poor heating or cooling. (4) may cause odour.
The air purifying filter and Photocatalytic deodorizing filter cannot be reused, even if washed.
In principle, there is no need to replace the photocatalytic deodorizing filter. Remove the dust periodi-
cally with a vacuum cleaner. However, it is recommended to replace the filter in the following cases.
(1) The paper material is torn or broken during cleaning.
(2) The filter has become extremely dirty after long use.
To order air purifying filter or photocatalytic deodorizing filter, contact to the service shop where you
bought the air conditioner.
Dispose of old air filters as non-burnable waste and photocatalytic deodorizing filters as
burnable waste.

Part name Part No.


Photocatalytic deodorizing filter (with frame) KAZ917B41
Photocatalytic deodorizing filter (without frame) KAZ917B42
Air purifying filter (with frame) KAF925B41
Air purifying filter (without frame) KAF925B42

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Trouble Shooting
These cases are not troubles.
The following cases are not air conditioner troubles but have some reasons. You may just continue using it.

Case Explanation
Operation does not start soon. This is to protect the air conditioner.
When ON/OFF button was You should wait for about 3 minutes.
pressed soon after
operation was stopped.
When the mode was
reselected.
Hot air does not flow out soon The air conditioner is warming up. You should wait for 1 to 4
after the start of heating minutes.
operation. (The system is designed to start discharging air only after it
has reached a certain temperature.)
The heating operation stops The system is taking away the frost on the outdoor unit.
suddenly and a flowing sound You should wait for about 3 to 8 minutes.
is heard.
The outdoor unit emits water or In HEAT mode
steam. The frost on the outdoor unit melts into water or steam
when the air conditioner is in defrost operation.
In COOL or DRY mode
Moisture in the air condenses into water on the cool
surface of outdoor unit piping and drips.
Mists come out of the indoor This happens when the air in the room is cooled into mist by
unit. the cold air flow during cooling operation.
The indoor unit gives out odour. This happens when smells of the room, furniture, or
cigarettes are absorbed into the unit and discharged with the
air flow.
(If this happens, we recommend you to have the indoor unit
washed by a technician. Consult the service shop where you
bought the air conditioner.)
The outdoor fan rotates while After operation is stopped:
the air conditioner is not in The outdoor fan continues rotating for another 60
operation. seconds for system protection.
While the air conditioner is not in operation:
When the outdoor temperature is very high, the out door
fan starts rotating for system protection.
The operation stopped For system protection, the air conditioner may stop
suddenly. operating on a sudden large voltage fluctuation.
(OPERATION lamp is on) It automatically resumes operation in about 3 minutes.

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Check again.
Please check again before calling a repair person.

Case Check
The air conditioner does not 2Hasnt a breaker turned OFF or a fuse blown?
operate. 2Isnt it a power failure?
(OPERATION lamp is off)
2 Are batteries set in the remote controller?
2Is the timer setting correct?
Cooling (Heating) effect is poor. 2 Are the air filters clean?
2 Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of the
indoor and the outdoor units?
2 Is the temperature setting appropriate?
2 Are the windows and doors closed?
2 Are the air flow rate and the air direction set appropriately?
2 Is the unit set to the INTELLIGENT EYE mode?
(page 18.)
Operation stops suddenly. 2 Are the air filters clean?
(OPERATION lamp flashes.) 2 Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of the
indoor and the outdoor units?
Clean the air filters or take all obstacles away and turn the
breaker OFF. Then turn it ON again and try operating the air
conditioner with the remote controller. If the lamp still flashes,
call the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
An abnormal functioning 2 The air conditioner may malfunction with lightening or radio
happens during operation. waves. Turn the breaker OFF, turn it ON again and try
operating the air conditioner with the remote controller.

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Call the service shop immediately.

WARNING
When an abnormality (such as a burning smell) occurs, stop operation and turn the breaker OFF.
Continued operation in an abnormal condition may result in troubles, electric shocks or fire.
Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
Do not attempt to repair or modify the air conditioner by yourself.
Incorrect work may result in electric shocks or fire.
Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.

If one of the following symptoms takes place, call the service shop immediately.

The power cord is abnormally hot or damaged.


An abnormal sound is heard during operation.
The safety breaker, a fuse, or the earth leakage breaker Turn the breaker
cuts off the operation frequently. OFF and call the
A switch or a button often fails to work properly. service shop.
There is a burning smell.
Water leaks from the indoor unit.

After a power failure Lightening


The air conditioner automatically resumes If lightening may strike the neighbouring area,
operation in about 3 minutes. You should just stop operation and turn the breaker OFF for
wait for a while. system protection.

We recommend periodical maintenance


In certain operating conditions, the inside of the air conditioner may get foul after several seasons of
use, resulting in poor performance. It is recommended to have periodical maintenance by a specialist
aside from regular cleaning by the user. For specialist maintenance, contact the service shop where
you bought the air conditioner.
The maintenance cost must be born by the user.

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14. Optional Accessories


14.1 Option List

Option Name Kit Name Applicable Model


1 Centralized Control Board-Up to 5 Rooms 1 KRC72 Indoor Unit

2 Wiring Adaptor for Time Clock / Remote Control 2 KRP413A1S Indoor Unit
(Normal Open Pulse Contact / Normal Open Contact)
3 Central Remote Controller 1 DCS302B61 Indoor Unit
4 Unified ON/OFF Controller 1 DCS301B61 Indoor Unit
5 Schedule Timer Controller 1 DST301B61 Indoor Unit
6 Interface Adaptor for Room Air Conditioner 2 KRP928A2S Indoor Unit
7 Air Purifying Filter with Frame KAF925B41 Indoor Unit
8 Air Purifying Filter without Frame KAF925B42 Indoor Unit
9 Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter with Frame KAZ917B41 Indoor Unit
10 Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter without Frame KAZ917B42 Indoor Unit
11 The Remote Controller Loss Prevention with the Chain KKF917A4 Indoor Unit
12 Drain Plug KKP937A4 Outdoor Unit
13 Air Direction Adjustment Grille KPW937A4 Outdoor Unit

Notes: 1 Wiring adaptor is also required for each indoor unit.


2 Wiring adaptor ; Supplied by DAIKIN. Time clock and other devices ; Field supply.

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14.2 Installation Manual


14.2.1 KRP413A1S
Safety Precautions 1. Functions and Features

l Read these safety precautions carefully before installing the unit, and be l On/Off setting
sure to install the unit properly. l Switching between Instantaneous Contact/Normal Contact
l This manual classifies precautions to the user into the following two l Connection with five-room central controller (KRC72 for oversea model)
categories. These warnings and cautions are for your safety. Follow them. l Connection with fan coil remote controller
l Automatic reset after power failure
WARNING Faulty installation can result in death or serious injury. l Output of normal operation signals/alert signals
Faulty installation can result in serious injury, damage to property,
CAUTION
or other serious consequences.
2. Field Wiring
l Below is a key to symbols used in this manual.
Be sure to follow instructions. For interconnecting wiring, use Daikin KDC100A12 cable (not supplied) or
Be sure to perform grounding work. other similar cable. The cable should have the specifications shown below.
Never attempt.
Optional cable KDC100A12 (without connectors)
l After installation is complete, test the unit to confirm that it is working Specifications: 0.2 mm2 4 core (sheathed)
properly, and instruct the owner its proper use. Outer diameter: 5.3
Length: 100 m
Colour: Grey

WARNING
Other cable (commercially available)
l Installation should be left to the dealer from whom you purchased the unit, or
Item Outer dia. Remarks
another qualified professionals.
l Install the unit securely according to the installation manual. Faulty installation Cable for instrumentation (IPVV) 0.3 mm2 4-core 7.2 mm Hard sheath
may lead to electric shock or fire. Microphone cord (MVVS) 0.3 mm2 4-core 8.0 mm
l Be sure to use the supplied or specified parts. Using other parts may lead to Microphone cord (MVVS) 0.2 mm2 4-core 6.5 mm Shielded
electric shock or fire.
l Install the unit securely in a location that will support its weight. If installed in a Microphone cord (MVVS) 0.15 mm2 4-core 4.8 mm
poor location or improperly installed, the unit may not work as intended. Intercom cable 0.65 mm2 dia. 4-core
l For electrical work, follow local electric standards and the installation manual. PVC jumper wire (TJVC) (from 0.5 mm dia. 4 pcs.) Not sheathed
Faulty installation may lead to fire or electric shock.
l Do not bundle the power cord, or attempt to extend it by splicing it with another Note 1: Keep any wiring for the control unit away from the power cord to prevent
cord or by using an extension cord. Do not place any other load on the power electrical noise.
circuit used for the unit. Improper wiring may lead to electric shock, heat Note 2: Do not use cables shown above for power cord, inter-unit cord/cable or
generation or fire. power cord for lamps.
l Use dedicated wiring for all electrical connections, and be sure to arrange the
wiring so that force applied to the wiring will not damage the terminals. Poor
wiring or installation may cause electric shock, heat generation or fire.

CAUTION
l Before installation, unplug the air conditioner to ensure safety. Failure to do so
may cause electric shock.
l Static electricity may damage electric components. Before connecting cables
and communication lines, and operating the switches, be sure to discharge any
electrical charge from your body (by, for example, touching the earth line)
l Do not install the unit in a location where it may be exposed to flammable
gases. If gas leaks and build up around the unit, it may catch fire.
l Do not place the relay harness close to the power cord, inter-unit cable, or
pipes which generate noise. Treat the harness with care.

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Installation

This product is available in two types. The KRP413A1S is for installation in a case independent of the indoor unit, and the KRP413A1 is for
installation within the indoor unit.

1. KRP413A1S 3. Attaching Adaptor Case Assy (for KRP413A1S)

1 Installation diagram 1 Using the screws (to mount on a wall, etc.)


Adaptor case
Use the 3 supplied screws to attach the case assy .
Indoor unit PCB

S21 Adopter case


Indoor unit

Local inter-unit Install the adaptor case assy as close to the indoor unit as possible.
Relay harness power cord, etc.
Removing case front

Case front
2 Components
Screw
Adaptor case assy Relay harness (approx. 0.8 m)
Adaptor PCB
(Adaptor (PCB) is attached in the adaptor case.) Screw cover

Remove the screw cover, one of the screws


and then the case front.
Attach the case back to the surface by
tightening the screws through the screw
holes (one round hole, two long holes).
Accessories
After connecting the cables (refer to the following sections), replace the
Tie-wrap (4 pcs.) case front. Be careful not to damage the harness in the case.
Velcro for attaching to the indoor unit (2 sets)
Screws for attaching the adaptor case (4 pcs.) Press in so that the prong catches
Screws for attaching to the wall (3 pcs.) the case back.

Installation manual
Wiring

2. KRP413A1

For this type, install the adaptor PCB within the indoor unit. The method of
installation and connection vary depending on the model of the air Screw
conditioner. See your air conditioner installation manual for details.

Screw cover
1 Components

Adaptor PCB Relay harness (approx. 0.25 m) 2 Using Velcro (to attach on the indoor unit)

Attach the adaptor case with the supplied Velcro.


Remove the case front (as for mounting on a wall).
After connecting the cables (see the following sections), replace the
case front. It can be screwed to the case back from the rear with the
four supplied screws.
Be careful not to damage the harness in the case.
Stick one end of the Velcro to the rear side of the case back, and stick
the other end to the indoor unit with the same space between them.
Installation manual

Velcro male Velcro female


(female) (male)

Indoor unit

To prevent the adaptor case assy from falling, do not use the Velcro for
attaching it to a wall or other surface.

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14.2.3 KPW937A4
n Before Installation
Checking the parts Check the following parts
Name Louver Installation manual

Shape

With 4 screws
Quantity 1piece 1piece

n Installation Procedure
Selection of Installation Location
Use when installing in a location that meets the following conditions.
lWhen installing near the border to a neighbor's house
lIf exhaust blows directly on passers-by because outdoor unit is installed facing a road.
lChanging the fan direction of the outdoor unit to prevent it blowing directly on shrubbery, etc.

Installation of Louver Prepared hole


lInstallation is possible in the four directions: pitch 435mm
Fan partition
upward, downward, rightward, and leftward. Part A
lThe installation screws are attached to the louver. (see figure below)
lFirst temporarily attach the louver with 4 screws,
then check that the angle is correct, and finally Prepared hole
pitch 435mm
tighten the screws fully. Fan partition
CAUTION
1.Install so that a short circuit is prevented.
2.For the use in snowy regions, avoid installation
with the air outlet facing upward. Install so that
the air outlet faces leftward, rightward, or down-
ward. The prepared hole is in between the grating
Snow accumulates in the air outlet of the outdoor of the grille. Part A (prepared hole) cross
section (the shape of either a or b)
unit, causing malfunction of the main body of the
outdoor unit. a) Grille grating b) Grille grating
3.Be advised that if the fan direction is up,
dead leaves and other foreign matter
easily accumulates in the exhaust vent. Prepared hole Prepared hole

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Dealer
Head Office:
Umeda Center Bldg., 4-12, Nakazaki-Nishi
2-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-8323, Japan
Tokyo Office:
Shinjuku Sumitomo Bldg., 6-1, Nishi-Shinjuku
2-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0235, Japan
http://www.daikin.com/global/
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The specifications, designs, and information in this brochure are subject to change without notice.

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