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Manuale Air Conditioner 2

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  1 Contents Page 2Feb 2012 1 Contents ..........................................................................................................22 Selection of installation positions for indoor unit.....................................................4 2.1 Ensure sufficient space for installation and maintenance. ..................................4 2.2 Height limits of indoor and outdoor units. .......................................................43 Selection of installation positions for outdoor unit...................................................5 3.1.1 Detailed space requirements around the outdoor unit .................................54 Installation of indoor unit....................................................................................5 Installation fi!ture of outdoor unit .......................................................................  #efrigerant pipeline connection $ %ir purging.........................................................& Electrical Connections ........................................................................................'  .1 %C Suppl( requirements................................................................................'  .2 Indoor )nit to *utdoor )nit ...........................................................................'  .3 Indoor )nit to %C +ains Suppl( .....................................................................1,  .4 -us connections ..........................................................................................11& #efrigerant C(cle Diagram .................................................................................12' rou/leshooting ................................................................................................13 '.1 #ecommended Spare parts .......................................................................... 13 '.2 Spare part Identification............................................................................... 14 '.3 Indoor )nit Displa( Interface ........................................................................ 15 '.3.1 %larm Code 0,  Compressor Current 0rotection ....................................... 1 '.3.2 %larm Code 01 Condenser emperature 0rotection.................................... 1  '.3.3 %larm Code 02  Compressor DC -us 0rotection ........................................1& '.3.4 %larm Code 03  Discharge emperature 0rotection....................................1' '.3.5 %larm Code 04  Compressor *erheated 0rotection...................................2, '.3. %larm Code E,  -us Connection ault( ....................................................21 '.3. %larm Code E1  %C High %larm...............................................................22 '.3.& %larm Code E2  %C o %larm ...............................................................23 '.3.' %larm Code E3  Indoor 0C-s Communication %larm ..................................24 '.3.1, %larm Code E4  E  *utdoor Sensor ault( ...........................................25 '.3.11 %larm Code ,  1  Indoor Sensor ault( .............................................2 '.3.12 %larm Code 2  -C) ault(...................................................................2  '.3.13 %larm Code 3  6ammed an ................................................................2& '.3.14 %larm Code 4  Compressor Startup ault ..............................................2' '.3.15 %larm Code   Indoor7*utdoor Communication ault ..............................3, '.3.1 %larm Code 5  High Discharge emp Shutdon......................................31 '.3.1 %larm Code   o Cooling Capacit( 0rotection......................................32 '.3.1& %larm Code &  o Cooling Capacit( 0rotection......................................33 '.3.1' %larm Code '  Compressor )ncontrolla/le.............................................341, echnical +easurement ....................................................................................35 1,.1emperature Sensor Chec8 ..........................................................................35 1,.2Compressor 9iring Chec8 ............................................................................3 1,.3*utdoor +otor Chec8...................................................................................3 11 #efrigerant eel Chec8 ...................................................................................3&%ppendi! %. Compressor Speed ersus parameter ...................................................3'%ppendi! -. *utdoor )nit %larm ED Indication .....................................................4,%ppendi! C. #echarge of #efrigerant.......................................................................41%ppendi! D. Indoor and *utdoor )nit Schematics ...................................................4313 9arrant( ........................................................................................................45  WARNING he air conditioner operates at high pressure andfrom ha:ardous oltage leels ;/oth %C and DC<  allinstallation and serice or8 shall onl( /e conducted /(properl( trained serice personnel.Ensure all poer sources are completel(   isolated prior to commencing an( installation or serice   or8. Dou/le chec8 that no ha:ardous oltages ;/oth %C   and DC< are present /efore touching an( potentiall( lie   parts.he appliance shall /e installed in accordance ith nationaliring regulations.Children should /e superised to ensure that the( do notpla( ith the appliance.his appliance is not intended for use /( persons ithreduced ph(sical= sensor( or mental capa/ilities= or lac8 of e!perience and 8noledge= unless the( hae /een giensuperision or instruction concerning use of the appliance /(a person responsi/le for their safet(. Page 3Feb 2012  2 Selection of installation positions for indoor unit ããããã To be installed towards the top of the room to ensure highest temperature air isreturned to the indoor unit (optimising efficiency)To be installed at the position where the air delivered from the unit can reach everycorner of the roomTo avoid bloc!age to the air inlet or outlet of the unit ot to install on top of electronic e#uipment due to ris! of lea!age of condensedwater in the case of drain pipe bloc!age$n the case of modular redundant system installation (i%e% more than 1 unit installed) &care ta!en to ensure that all units will be more or less e#ually e'posed to the heatsources and able to direct their airflow to the telecom e#uipment inlets% 2.1 Ensure sucient space for installation   and maintenance. ã To allow ease of maintenance and optimum performance it is recommended toensure enough space between the unit and the walls% Attention: If there are some additional devices to install to the air conditioner (such asthe BCU) !e sure add to the installation s ace for these devices# 2.2 Height limits of indoor and outdoor units. $t is acceptable for the indoor unit to be located above or below the outdoor unit up to ama'imum of m (see below)%Try to avoid bending the piping lines e'cessively so as to avoid possible negative impactupon the performance of the units%Page *Feb 2012  3 Selection of installation positions for outdoor   unit ããããããã $nstall the outdoor unit in a position which can stand the load of the machine weightand which will not cause e'cessive vibrations and noise$nstall the unit in a well ventilated location not e'posed to rain or direct sunshine+here the noises generated from the unit will not affect the neighboring places,o not install the unit on a non-metal frame,o not install the unit in places where there is ris! of e'posure to inflammable gasesPay attention to the drainage of the condensed water from the base plate duringoperation.void the air outlet being directly against the wind% 3.1 Detailed space requirements around the outdoor unit Page Feb 2012
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