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Air-conditioner - climaVAIR
Training Manual
Air-conditioner - climaVAIR
Split Type
V 10-025 NW
V 10-035 NW
EN
Contents
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Indoor Unit dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Outdoor Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
General Installation Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3
Connecting Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
4
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
5
5.1
5.2
Temperatures by Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
V 10-025 NW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
V 10-035 NW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
6
6.1
6.2
Wiring Circuit Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Circuit Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
9
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.1.4
9.2
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.2.6
9.3
9.4
9.4.1
9.4.2
PCB Explanation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Functions and Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Main functions and control specification of indoor
unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Temperature Adjusting function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Main functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Special functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Main functions and control specification of
outdoor unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Outdoor Unit Operation Frequency and Control 36
Outdoor fan control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Four-way Valve Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Outdoor Defrosting Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
PTC Output Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
System Protection Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Function of Main Thermistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Value of Thermistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Indoor Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Outdoor Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
Service Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Caution for Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Problem Symptoms and Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Error Codes and Description indoor display . . . . .17
Thermistor or Related Abnormality (indoor unit) 18
Indoor fan motor malfunction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
IPM protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
The IPM and outdoor PCB don’t communicate or
Related Abnormality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
7.3.5 Thermistor or Related Abnormality
(outdoor unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
7.3.6 Overheat Protection For Exhaust Temperature . . 23
7.3.7 The EEPROM Abnormality
(Indoor or outdoor unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
7.3.8 Communication error between the indoor and
outdoor units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
7.3.9 High work-intense protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
7.3.10 Power Supply Over or under voltage fault . . . . . . . 27
7.3.11 Loop of the station detect error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
7.3.12 Over-current of the compressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
2
Photographs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Indoor PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Outdoor PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Inverter Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
V 10-025 NW Compressor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
V 10-035 NW Compressor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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Dimensions 1
1
Dimensions
1.1
Indoor Unit dimensions
The indoor unit provides acclimatised air inside the
room to be acclimatised.
The dimensions and weights of the indoor unit are
shown on Figure 5.3 and Table 5.1, depending on the
model (please consult the model nameplate).
The dimensions are given in mm.
Fig. 1.1
Dimensions of the indoor unit.
Legend
H Height
L Length
D Depth
H
L
D
kg
V 10-025 NHI
250
758
198
8,8
V 10-035 NHI
250
758
198
8,8
MODEL
Table 1.1 Dimensions and weights of the indoor unit.
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1 Dimensions
1.2
Outdoor Unit
The outdoor unit ensures that the absorbed air is
released to the outside from the room during operation
in cooling mode and that the heat introduced into the
room during operation in heat pump mode is taken from
the outside.
The dimensions and weights of the outdoor unit are
shown on Figures 5.4, 5.5 and Table 5.2, depending on
the model (please consult the model nameplate).
The dimensions are given in mm.
Fig. 1.2 Dimensions of the outdoor unit. (MONO)
Legend
H Height
L Length
D Depth
A Length of valves
B Distance between valves
C Distance from the second valve to the floor
F Distance from the third valve to the floor
I Distance between fixing holes
J Distance between fixing supports
H
L
D
A
B
C
I
J
kg
V 10-025 NHO
MODELO
543
783
255
43
55
74
256
500
30
V 10-035 NHO
543
783
255
43
55
74
256
500
34
Table 1.2 Dimensions and weights of the outdoor unit.
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Dimensions 1
Accesories 2
1.3
General Installation Diagram
Fig. 1.3 General diagram of the installation and the minimum
assembly distances. (MONO).
Legend
1 Indoor Unit
2 Outdoor Unit
3 Pipe for draining the condensed water
A Front separation (minimum 10 cm)
B Top separation in relation to the ceiling (minimum 5 cm)
D Height in relation to the floor (minimum 2 m)
E Side separation opposite side connections (minimum 10 cm)
F Rear separation (minimum 10 cm)
G Side separation connections side (minimum 15 cm)
H Front separation (minimum 60 cm)
2
Accessories
Nr.
Accessory (Indoor Unit)
Quantity
Nr.
1
Rubber caps
2
2
Drain - elbow
1
1
Remote
1
2
Remote Control bracket
1
3
Batteries
2
4
Mounting plate
1
Accessory (Outdoor unit)
Quantity
Table 2.2 Accessories supplied with the outdoor unit.
Table 2.1 Accessories supplied with the outdoor unit.
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3 Connecting Diagram
3
Connecting Diagram
Fig. 3.1 Wiring indoor unit.
Electric Characteristics
V 10-025 NW
V 10-035 NW
230/1/50
230/1/50
1,5
2,5
Indoor
Indoor
10
16
Interconnection section up to 25 meters (mm2)
1,5
2,5
Inteconnect Shield or not (YES/NO)
NO
NO
0,03
0,03
Voltage (V/Ph/Hz)
Supply
Supply section up to 25 meters (in mm2)
Indoor / Outdoor
Thermal-magnetic circuit breaker, type D (A)
Immediatte residual current protector (A)
Table 3.1 Electric Characteristics.
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4
Technical Specifications
Units
V 10-025 NW
V 10-035 NW
Indoor Unit
V 10-025 NHI
V 10-035 NHI
Outdoor Unit
V 10-025 NHO
VH 10-035 NHO
2,70
3,55
kW
Cooling Capacity
BTU
9.215
12.115
Fg/h
2.322
3.053
Power input
kW
0,84
1,10
Min - Max cooling capacity
kW
1,20 - 3,50
1,00 - 4,30
Min - Max cooling power input
kW
0,28 - 1,25
0,25 - 1,55
Nominal capacity (UK conditions)
kW
2,26
2,93
Power input (UK conditions)
kW
0,74
0,97
A
4,10
5,35
3,21
3,23
Operating current
EER
Energy level class
A
A
420
550
Annual consumption
kWh
kW
3,35
3,90
Heating capacity
BTU
11.433
13.310
3.354
Kcal/h
2.881
Power input
kW
0,92
1,08
Min - Max heating capacity
kW
1,00 - 4,00
1,30 - 4,50
Min - Max heating power input
kW
0,27 - 1,25
0,33 - 1,52
Nominal capacity (UK conditions)
kW
2,82
2,99
Power input (UK conditions)
kW
0,93
1,02
A
4,64
5,05
3,63
3,61
Operating current
COP
Energy level class
Max power input
Max operating current
kW
1,50
1,90
A
8,00
10,00
Indoor Unit
Air Flow volume
m3/h
Remote control type
Remote control reference
350/400/450
360/410/470
Wireless - Infrared
Wireless - Infrared
YR-H76
YR-H76
Sound Power level
dB(A)
44/46/49
44/48/52
Sound Pressure level
dB(A)
34/36/39
34/38/42
Catalogue sound pressure
dB(A)
26/32/38
28/35/40
Testing conditions for sound pressure
Microphone directivity,distance 1.0m
Dimensions (HxLxD)
mm
250x758x198
Net Weight
Kg
8,8
8,8
Packaged dimensions HxLxD
mm
312x857x292
312x857x292
Volume
m3
0,078
0,078
Packaged weight
Kg
11
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Units
V 10-025 NW
V 10-035 NW
1.600
Outdoor Unit
Air flow volume
m3/h
1.900
Sound power level
dB(A)
63
63
Sound pressure level
dB(A)
50
50
Number of fans
Refrigerant
Refrigerant charge heat pump
gr
Inverter DC / AC
Compressor type
1
1
R410A
R410A
650
940
Inverter DC
Inverter DC
Rotary
Rotary
Compressor Model
DA89X1C-20FZ
DA108X1C-20FZ3
Compressor Brand
Toshiba-MEIZHI
Toshiba-MEIZHI
Expansion system
Capillary
Capillary
Electric_electronic protections
Voltage protection; current
Dimensions HxLxD
mm
543 x 738 x 255
543 x 783 x 255
Dimensions Valves A/B/C
mm
43 / 55 / 74
43 / 55 / 74
Dimensions Installation I/J
mm
256 / 500
256 / 500
Net Weight
Kg
30
34
Packaged dimensions HxLxD
mm
614 x 930 x 340
614 x 930 x 340
Volume
m3
0,194
0,194
Packaged weight heat pump
Kg
34
38
Installation
Pipe connection liq/gas
inches
1/4" - 3/8"
1/4" - 3/8"
PM (Max pressure)
bar
41,5
41,5
pm (min pressure)
bar
20
20
Max. piping lenght
m
15
15
Max. Height IU under OU
m
7,5
7,5
Max. Height OU under IU
m
10
10
Chargeless lenght
m
5
5
Additional charge per meter
gr
20
20
Table 4.1 Technical specifications V 10-025 / 035 NW
Note!
As part of its policy for ongoing improvements of its
products, Vaillant reserves the right to modify these
specifications without prior notice.
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Temperature by Capacities 5
5
Temperatures by Capacities
5.1
V 10-025 NW
Cooling
Outdoor Temperature Dry
Indoor Conditions
21ºC D
15ºC W
24ºC D
17ºC W
27ºC D
19ºC W
32ºC D
23ºC W
21ºC
25ºC
30ºC
35ºC
40ºC
45ºC
50ºC
Total capacity- kW
2,50
2,48
2,47
2,38
2,27
2,00
1,73
Sensitive capacity- kW
1,88
1,87
1,86
1,79
1,71
1,51
1,31
Input- kW
0,56
0,60
0,65
0,72
0,70
0,67
0,65
Total capacity- kW
2,67
2,66
2,64
2,54
2,42
2,15
1,87
Sensitive capacity- kW
2,01
2,00
1,99
1,91
1,73
1,62
1,41
Input- kW
0,59
0,65
0,71
0,78
0,76
0,73
0,71
Total capacity- kW
2,85
2,83
2,81
2,70
2,58
2,29
2,00
Sensitive capacity- kW
2,15
2,13
2,12
2,03
1,94
1,73
1,51
Input- kW
0,65
0,70
0,76
0,84
0,82
0,79
0,77
Total capacity- kW
3,13
3,12
3,10
2,95
2,82
2,54
2,24
Sensitive capacity- kW
2,36
2,35
2,33
2,22
2,12
1,91
1,69
0,72
0,79
0,85
0,93
0,90
0,89
0,86
-5ºC D
-6ºC W
-7C D
-8ºC W
-15ºC D
-16ºC W
Input- kW
Table 5.1.1 Cooling temperarures V 10-025 NW
Heating
Outdoor Temperature Dry
Indoor
Conditions
15ºC
18ºC
20ºC
22ºC
27ºC
24ºC D
18ºC W
12ºC D
11ºC W
7ºC D
6ºC W
4ºC D
3ºC W
0ºC D
-1ºC W
Capacity- kW
3,99
2,33
2,13
2,79
2,56
2,48
2,44
2,40
Input- kW
0,72
0,75
0,78
0,70
0,67
0,64
0,62
0,57
Capacity- kW
3,86
3,06
2,85
2,69
2,48
2,37
2,35
2,27
Input- kW
0,89
0,95
0,97
0,87
0,84
0,80
0,77
0,71
Capacity- kW
3,78
3,56
3,35
2,62
2,41
2,29
2,27
2,18
Input- kW
0,85
0,89
0,92
0,82
0,78
0,75
0,73
0,67
Capacity- kW
3,71
3,51
3,30
2,57
2,36
2,26
2,23
2,15
Input- kW
0,88
0,93
0,97
0,85
0,82
0,78
0,75
0,70
Capacity- kW
3,57
3,36
3,17
2,47
2,24
2,15
2,14
2,06
Input- kW
0,96
1,00
1,04
0,93
0,89
0,85
0,82
0,75
Table 5.1.2 Heating temperarures V 10-025 NW
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5 Temperature by Capacities
5.2
V 10-035 NW
Cooling
Outdoor Temperature Dry
Indoor Conditions
21ºC D
15ºC W
24ºC D
17ºC W
21ºC
25ºC
30ºC
35ºC
40ºC
45ºC
Total capacity- kW
3,16
3,14
3,13
3,01
2,87
2,53
50ºC
2,19
Sensitive capacity- kW
2,31
2,30
2,29
2,21
2,10
1,85
1,59
Input- kW
0,72
0,78
0,84
0,94
0,91
0,88
0,84
2,36
Total capacity- kW
3,37
3,37
3,34
3,21
3,06
2,72
Sensitive capacity- kW
2,47
2,47
2,45
2,36
2,24
1,98
1,72
Input- kW
0,77
0,84
0,92
1,02
0,99
0,96
0,92
2,53
27ºC D
19ºC W
Total capacity- kW
3,60
3,58
3,55
3,55
3,26
2,90
Sensitive capacity- kW
2,64
2,63
2,61
2,54
2,39
2,12
1,85
Input- kW
0,84
0,91
0,99
1,10
1,07
1,04
1,00
32ºC D
23ºC W
Total capacity- kW
3,95
3,95
3,91
3,72
3,57
3,21
2,81
Sensitive capacity- kW
2,91
2,91
2,88
2,74
2,62
2,36
2,06
0,94
1,04
1,12
1,23
1,18
1,16
1,13
Input- kW
Table 5.2.1 Cooling temperarures V 10-035 NW
Heating
Outdoor Temperature Dry
Indoor
Conditions
15ºC
18ºC
20ºC
22ºC
27ºC
Capacity- kW
Input- kW
Capacity- kW
24ºC D
18ºC W
12ºC D
11ºC W
7ºC D
6ºC W
4ºC D
3ºC W
0ºC D
-1ºC W
-5ºC D
-6ºC W
-7C D
-8ºC W
-15ºC D
-16ºC W
4,58
2,60
2,36
3,15
2,89
2,77
2,73
2,68
1,17
1,22
1,27
1,13
1,08
1,03
1,00
0,91
4,43
3,48
3,23
3,03
2,77
2,65
2,62
2,53
Input- kW
1,07
1,13
1,17
1,03
1,00
0,94
0,91
0,84
Capacity- kW
4,33
4,07
3,90
2,95
2,70
2,56
2,53
2,42
Input- kW
1,01
1,07
1,08
0,98
0,93
0,89
0,86
0,79
Capacity- kW
4,26
4,01
3,76
2,89
2,64
2,51
2,48
2,39
Input- kW
1,05
1,12
1,16
1,01
0,98
0,93
0,89
0,82
Capacity- kW
4,08
3,84
3,60
2,76
2,50
2,39
2,37
2,28
1,15
1,20
1,25
1,12
1,07
1,01
0,98
0,89
Input- kW
Table 5.2.2 Heating temperarures V 10-035 NW
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Wiring Circuit Diagrams
6.1
Wiring Diagrams
Fig. 6.1.1 Wiring Indoor Diagram
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Fig. 6.1.2 Wiring Outdoor Diagram
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6.2
Circuit Diagrams
Fig. 6.2.1 Circuit Indoor Diagram
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6 Wiring Circuit Diagrams
Fig. 6.2.2 Circuit Outdoor Diagram
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Fig. 6.2.3 Circuit Outdoor Module Board
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7 Service Diagnosis
7
Service Diagnosis
7.1
Caution for Diagnosis
The operation lamp flashes when any of the following
errors is detected.
1. When a protection device of the indoor or outdoor
unit is activated or when the thermistor
malfunctions, disabling equipment operation.
2. When a signal transmission error occurs between the
indoor and outdoor units.In either case, conduct the
diagnostic procedure described in the following
pages.
7.2
Problem Symptoms and Measures
Symptom
Check Item
Details of Measure
Check the power supply.
Check to make sure that the rated voltage is
supplied.
Check the indoor PCB
Check to make sure that the indoor PCB is broken
Check the power supply.
A power failure of 2 to 10 cycles can stop air conditioner operation.
None of the units operates
Operation sometimes stops.
Equipment operates but does
not cool, or does not heat
(only for heat pump)
Set the units to cooling operation, and compare
the temperatures of the liquid side connection
Check for faulty operation of
pipes of the connection section among rooms to
the electronic expansion valve.
check the opening and closing operation of the
electronic expansion valves of the individual units.
Diagnosis by service port
pressure and operating
current.
Large operating noise and
vibrations
Check for insufficient gas.
Check to make sure that the required spaces for
Check the installation condition. installation (specified in the Technical Guide, etc.)
are provided.
Table 7.1 Problem Symptoms and Measures
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7.3
Error Codes and Description indoor display
Code indication
Indoor and Outdoor
Indoor
Malfunction
Outdoor
Malfunction
Indoor
Outdoor
(LED1 flash times)
Description
E7
15
Communication fault between indoor and outdoor units
E1
Room temperature sensor failure
E2
Heat-exchange sensor failure
E4
Indoor EEPROM error
E14
Indoor fan motor malfunction
E9
High work-intense protection
F12
1
Outdoor EEPROM error
F11
2
The protection of IPM
F22
3
Overcurrent protection of AC electricity for the outdoor model
F11
4
Communication fault between the IPM and outdoor PCB
5
Over pressure or Overheat protection for the compressor
F11
6
Power voltage is too high or low
F4
8
Overheat protection for exhaust temperature
9
outdoor fan motor malfunction
F21
10
Frost-removing temperature sensor failure
F6
12
Ambient temperature sensor failure
F25
13
Exhaust temperature sensor failure
18
deviate from the normal for the compressor
F11
19
Loop of the station detect error
---
24
Overcurrent of the compressor
---
25
Overcurrent protection for single-phase of the compressor
Table 7.2 Problem Symptoms and Measures
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7.3.1 Thermistor or Related Abnormality (indoor unit)
Indoor Display
E1: Room temperature sensor failure
E2: Heat-exchange sensor failure
Troubleshooting
Caution!
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect
or disconnect connector, or else parts damage
may be occurred.
Fig. 7.1.1 Flow chart.
Thermistor resistance check method
Remove the connector of the thermistor on the PCB, and
measure the resistance of thermistor using tester. The
relationship between normal temperature and resistance
is shown in the value of indoor thermistor.
Fig. 7.1.2 Thermistor.
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7.3.2 Indoor fan motor malfunction
Indoor Display E14
Fig. 7.2 Flow chart.
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7.3.3 IPM protection
outdoor display LED1 flash 2 times,Indoor display F11.
Caution!
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect
or disconnect connector, or else parts damage
may be occurred.
Fig. 7.3 Flow chart.
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Service Diagnosis 7
Check the IPM module method:
Disconnect the compressor harness connector from the
outdoor unit PCB.
To disengage the connector, press the protrusion on the
connector.
Then, to measure resistance between P(+) andN(-) and
the U, V and W terminals of the compressor connector
with a multi-tester. Evaluate the measurement results for
a pass/fail judgment
N(-)terminal of tester P+ (for digital tester)
P(+)
UVW
P(-)
UVW
P(+)terminal of tester N- (for digital tester)
UVW
P(+)
UVW
P(-)
Normal resistance
Several k� to several M� (*)
Unacceptable resistance
Short (0 �) or open
7.3.4 The IPM and outdoor PCB don’t communicate or
Related Abnormality
outdoor display LED1 flash 4 times,Indoor display F11.
Fig. 7.4 Flow chart.
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7.3.5 Thermistor or Related Abnormality
(outdoor unit)
Frost-removing temperature sensor failure
Indoor Display
F21
outdoor display LED1 flash 10 times
Exhaust temperature sensor failure
Indoor Display
F25
outdoor display LED1 flash 13 times
Exhaust temperature sensor failure
Indoor Display
F6
outdoor display LED1 flash 12 times
Fig. 7.5 Flow chart.
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7.3.6 Overheat Protection For Exhaust Temperature
Indoor display
F4
outdoor display LED1 flash 8 times
Fig. 7.6 Flow chart.
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7.3.7 The EEPROM Abnormality
(Indoor or outdoor unit)
Indoor Display
E4: �Indoor EEPROM error
F12�Outdoor EEPROM error
Fig. 7.7 Flow chart.
7.3.8 Communication error between the indoor and
outdoor units
Indoor Display
E4: �Indoor EEPROM error
Indoor Display
F12�Outdoor EEPROM error
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Fig. 7.8 Flow chart.
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7.3.9 High work-intense protection
Indoor Display
E9
Fig. 7.9 Flow chart.
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7.3.10 Power Supply Over or under voltage fault
Indoor Display
F19
Outdoor display LED1 flash 6 times
Fig. 7.10 Flow chart.
About how to check the IPM module,please refer to IPM
protection fault
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7.3.11 Loop of the station detect error
Indoor Display
E9
�����������
��������
Fig. 7.11 Flow chart.
7.3.12 Over-current of the compressor
Outdoor Display LED1 flash 24 or 25 times
Fig. 7.12 Flow chart.
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8
Photographs
8.1
Indoor PCB
Fig. 8.1 Indoor PCB picture
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8.2
Outdoor PCB
Fig. 8.2 Outdoor PCB picture
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8.3
Inverter Module
Fig. 8.3 Inverter Module picture
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8.4
V 10-025 NW Compressor
8.5
V 10-035 NW Compressor
Fig. 8.5 V 10-035 NW Compressor picture
Fig. 8.4 V 10-025 NW Compressor picture
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PCB Explanation 9
9
PCB Explanation
9.1
Functions and Control
9.1.1
Main functions and control specification of
indoor unit
“Setting value” (express in parameter) in this
specification means is a parameter that is stored in
EEPROM. Refer to [EEPROM parameter table].
Select the wind volume when it is set automatic
When the wind volume is automatic, it can be switched
between strong, medium and weak according to the
temperature adjusting levels. Wind volume under the
automatic wind volume mode.
A
B
Temperature adjusting levels
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Heating Strong Strong Strong Strong Strong Medium Weak Weak SLO
9.1.2 Temperature Adjusting function
Cooling
Strong Strong Strong Medium Medium Weak Weak Weak
The frequency kept when the frequency rises.
When the operation enters into the work mode, in order
to insure the full oil-returning, some frequency should
be kept for some time.
Moisture
Removing
Strong Medium Medium Medium Weak Weak SLO
Indication
frequency
Indication time
Cooling & moisture removing
60 seconds
Wind volume limit
When the compressor is working and the max setting for
indoor fan motor is medium or weak, the upper limit of
indicated frequency is as follows:
Heating
Frequency kept
Frequency control form for wind volume
60 seconds
58 Hz/88Hz
Limited frequency
variables
Medium wind volume
FQLIMMD
Weak wind volume
FQLIMLO
Limited frequency for
FUPHEAL
up/down health wind
DASH operation
When the operation starts or the operation mode
changes (except when the compressor is switched on
after being off), the compressor is on and the indicated
maximum frequency should be as follows:
SLO
Limited
frequency
80Hz
52Hz
40Hz
9.1.3 Main functions
Cooling
deviation to zero
Moisture removing
deviation to level G
Heating
deviation to level F
There will be no DASH operation under trial operation,
emergency operation and silent operation modes.
Warm boot
When the heat running starts or the frost removing ends
and the compressor starts again, in order to avoid cold
wind, warm boot wind volume control should be done.
Heat exchange temperature
Temperature adjusting of different levels
(DASH operation conditions under different modes)
• To control the indoor fan motor as shown in the
table above according to the heat exchange temperature.
• The fan motor stops when the heat exchange temperature is below 28 ºC.
• The fan motor is working slightly weak when the
heat exchange temperature is above 28 ºC and below
35 ºC.
• The fan motor is working weak if the he heat
exchange temperature remains 35 ºC for less than 4
minutes.
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• The fan motor works as set if the he heat exchange
temperature remains 35 ºC for more than 4 minutes
• The fan motor works as set if the he heat exchange
temperature remains above 38 ºC.
When the compressor stops and remains idle for 3
minutes
20 seconds after the compressor stops, the up wind
volume is weak (switching to SSLO in silent running
mode) and then slightly weak. While the down wind volume
is stoped. If the compressor stops when the heat running
starts, the wind volume is weak.
High Work-intense protection control
Under the heating mode, the high work-intense protection
will be carried out according to the heat-exchange temperatures as shown in the table below.
Low Work-intense protection control will be neglected in
the trial running.
Low Work-intense protection control will be cancelled for
3 minutes temporarily after the powerful cooling starts
for 1 minute.
Dehumidification running
Under the dehumidification mode the fan motor stops as
the compressor stops.
High Work-intense protection control:
The operation is weak after 3 minutes’ idle mode.
After stand by for 3 minutes, the compressor is on.
The compressor operates as the set wind volume when
the wind volume is set to be strong, medium or weak.
The wind volume is decided according to the temperature
adjusting when the wind volume is set to be automatic.
• High Work-intense protection alarm will start if
there are two times of high work-intense protection
within 30 minutes.
• If the heat-exchange temperature does not reach
THHEAT 2, it will resume to the normal temperature
level control
• The smaller one of the high work-intense frequency
and level frequency will be the operation data.
Low Work-intense protection control
Specification for heat-exchange temperature sensor
Automatic running
When the operation mode switches to automatic after
the unit is powered on, the system will choose the operation mode according to the difference between the
current set temperature and the room temperature. And
then it will follow the selected mode to operate. The Tr
represents room temperature and Ts represents the set
temperature.
B fixed number=3700 R(25�)= 10K�
Under the cooling /moisture removing modes, the low
work-intense protection will be carried out according to
the heat-exchange temperatures as shown in the table
below.
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When entering into the automatic mode for the first time,
please select the operation mode with the conditions below.
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The operation mode may switch between the cooling
and heating according to the indoor temperature under
the automatic mode. If the unit is under the cooling
mode currently, when the temperature is enough for the
compressor to stop, the compressor stops. After 15
minutes the compressor will detect the temperature. If
Tr<Ts-3 ºC�,then the unit will start the heating mode,
otherwise it will remain in the cooling mode. If the unit is
under the heating mode currently, when the temperature
is enough for the compressor to stop, the compressor stops.
After 15 minutes the compressor will detect the temperature. If Tr>Ts-3 ºC, then the unit will start the cooling
mode, otherwise it will remain in the heating mode.
There is timing function and sleeping function with this
mode. If the unit is under the cooling mode then it will
start the cooling sleep mode. If the unit is under the
heating mode then it will start the heating sleep mode.
The wind panels may sway or stay at a position. The
wind speed could be low, medium, high or automatic.
9.1.4 Special functions
Powerful running
Powerful running for 15 minutes.
The running stops or ends the powerful running after 15
minutes.
The mode switch ends the powerful running.
Enter into the silent mode, normal running mode or
timed switching on mode to end the powerful running.
When in automatic mode, there are powerful and silent
functions for your choice. When the main unit is in
cooling mode, it operates with powerful cooling or silent
cooling. When the main unit is in heating mode, it
operates with powerful heating or silent heating. When
the main unit is in wind-sending mode, there are no
powerful or silent modes.
There is no powerful mode for wind-sending and
moisture removing.
Powerful heating:
Change the set temperature. With temperature adjusting
function.
The wind volume is the automatic medium.
Powerful cooling
Change the set temperature. With temperature adjusting
function.
The wind volume is the automatic strong.
After the compressor starts, there will be no low-intense
running protection within 3 minutes.
Silent running
Send the silent running signal to the outdoor unit.
Under the Silent hearing mode,The wind volume is SSLO
after the compressor is on,The wind volume will be kept
SSLO within 20 seconds after the compressor stops and
then changes to weak.
Under the Silent cooling mode the wind volume is
SSLO.
There is no silent mode for moisture removing and windsending.
Air cleaning
If the fan motor starts working after receiving the
remote-control order, the aion generator starts working
and sends out ions.
The ion generator stops as the fan motor stops.
When the ion generator is OFF and the air cleaning
function is on, the fan motor starts running and the ion
generator starts working again.
Timed running
Set the time duration according to the time difference
between the clock for timing and the current clock.
In timing mode, the display panel will flash the light at
fixed times.
Timed OFF
When this function is set, operation
modes on the panel display will not
change. The timing icon will show
and the operation stops when the set
time comes.
Timed ON
When this function is on, the panel
display will only display a question
mark.The unit will operate as the set
mode when the time comes.
Timed ON/OFF
The unit will start operating or stop
according to the order of your setting.
When in frost removing mode, the outdoor unit does not
accept the communication signal for powerful
running.
After 15 minutes of powerful running, the compressor
can not be off within 10 minutes.
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Sleeping function
a. After setting the sleeping function, the refrigerating
mode and dehumidification mode will run as per the
following rules:
Rated Operation
Rated
Cooling:
When receiving the instruction of indoor
unit rated operation, the unit will start
rated cooling operation.
Rated
Heating:
When receiving the instruction of indoor
unit rated operation, the unit will start
rated heating operation.
9.2
b. After setting the sleeping function, the heating mode
will run as per the following rules:
Main functions and control specification of
outdoor unit
Sensor Code Definition: Indoor Ambient
Tao Outdoor Ambient
Tc1 Indoor Coil,
Td Air Discharge,
Te Outdoor Coil,
Ts Air Intake
9.2.1 Outdoor Unit Operation Frequency and Control
As shown in the above diagram, after running for 1 hour
under refrigerating mode and dehumidification mode,
the setting temperature will increase 1 ºC; after another
1 hour, it will increase 1 ºC again, and after 6 hours, it will
cease; after running for 1 hour under heating mode, the
setting temperature will decrease 2 ºC, after another 1
hour, it will decrease the 2 ºC again, and after 3 hours, it
will increase 1 ºC, and after other 3 hours, it will cease.
Trial running
The indicated frequency for trial running is 58Hz, wind
volume is strong.
The trial running will last for 30 minutes and then the
unit will be powered off. The unit will exit the
trial running if it receives any remote-control signal
during the trial running period.
There is no low-intense running protection.
Power failure compensation
To enter into the function please press the sleep key 10
times with 4 beeps in 7 seconds.
Under the power failure compensation mode, unplug and
plug again ,the indoor unit will resume original operation.
Under the power failure compensation mode, unplug and
plug again, the unit will be on OFF state.
Mode, Fan speed, Healthy, Set temperature can be
memoried. Swing, Timer, Sleep cannot be memoried.
Press the sleep key for 10 times with 2 beeps in 7
seconds to exit.
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Compressor Operation Frequency Range
Outdoor Temperature
Heating (Hz)
≤4
4~8
≥ 18
20 ~ 80
20 ~ 80
20 ~ 50
Defrosting (Hz)
Outdoor Temperature
Cooling (Hz)
88
≤ 23
23 ~ 32
≥ 32
20 ~ 50
20 ~ 80
20 ~ 80
Remark: The most operation frequency of compressor
is 90Hz for 18 unit.
Compressor Startup
Regardless of target frequency of indoor unit, each time
when compressor is from off to on, it must maintain
60Hz,90Hz for one minute (Frequency will be
immediately decreased under the condition that outdoor
unit air discharge temperature overheating protection is
activated or over current of compressor) then the
compressor will operate towards target frequency. This
process does not exist in normal operation of unit.
Heating
When completing compressor startup operation, it will
operate as per frequency of indoor unit.
After 2 minutes, compressor operation frequency will be
compensated as per relevant conditions.
Cooling & Dehumidification
When completing compressor startup operation, it will
operate as per frequency of indoor unit.
After 2 minutes, compressor operation frequency will be
compensated as per relevant conditions.
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Compressor Frequency Increase/Decrease Speed
Rapid Frequency Increase/
Decrease Speed 1
1Hz/s
Slow Frequency Increase/
Decrease Speed 2
1Hz/10s
9.2.2 Outdoor fan control
Compressor startup within 3min ,outdoor fan speed
control as follows:
Outdoor Temperature
<10
10~25
≥ 25
Cooling/Dehumidification
Low
Low
High
Heating
High
Low
Low
After compressor runs 3min ,outdoor fan speed control
as follows:
Tao (ºC)
Among
which:
TE�CxTA_α
C:TA<0ºC, C=0.8
TA�0ºC, C=0.6
<25
25~45
≥ 45
Defrosting entry temperature control -15 ºC ≤ CxTA_α�-5ºC
32~38
Low
High
High
23~32
Low
Low
High
Defrosting Time Interval
Time interval between two defrosting cycles is 45 minutes.
<23
Low
≥ 38
High
Defrosting Operation
When defrosting begins, compressor will stop for one
minute, external fan is running and 50s later, four-way
valve will be off.
Heating:
Compressor Operation
Frequency (Hz)
Tao (ºC)
Defrosting Mode Entry Conditions
The unit will enter defrosting mode when compressor starts
up and operates for 10 minutes continuously in heating mode
or after compressor runs for an accumulated time of 45
minutes. (Upon completion of defrosting or when switched to
cooling mode, compressor accumulated operation time will
be cleared) and when 2 minutes’ continuous checking by
defrosting sensor TE (check frosting condition of outdoor
unit heat exchanger) and outdoor ambient temperature
sensor TA meets the following conditions:
For area prone to frost, the value is set at 6 when unit
leaves the factory.
Cooling/ Dehumidification:
Compressor Operation
Frequency (Hz)
9.2.4 Outdoor Defrosting Control
<25
25~45
≥ 45
�4
Low
High
High
4~18
Low
Low
High
≥ 18
Low
Compressor shutdown and outdoor fan residual heat
blow process
When compressor shuts down in cooling mode, outdoor
fan automatically jumps to low speed and blows residual
heat for 30s and stop.
9.2.3 Four-way Valve Control
Defrosting Four-way Valve Control�(please see
defrosting process for details)
When compressor starts, external fan will be off,
compressor will run at 60Hz for 60s then move on
to target frequency of 80Hz.
During defrosting, compressor current and air discharge
overheat protection features are effective. During
defrosting, if compressor shuts down due to activation
of protection feature or due to malfunction, it will
resume after 3 minutes. In the unit is still within
defrosting cycle, it will resume defrosting and startup of
compressor will be based on the rule for defrosting
startup. (The unit will exit defrosting mode and handle
fault in the event of 3 consecutive restart failures.)
On entering defrosting, it must guarantee that
compressor will operate for a minimum of 2 minutes
in defrosting mode before exit.
Time sequence of the defrosting operation is as follows:
Four-way Valve Work Status in Other Modes:
In heating mode, four-way valve is on. If compressor is
off or is switched to non-heating mode,
four-way valve ensures that it is off at least 2 minutes
after compressor shuts down.
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When one of the following conditions is met, defrosting
operation will be switched to heating operation.
1: Temperature of outdoor heat exchanger exceeds 7
ºC for 80s continuously
2: Temperature of outdoor heat exchanger exceeds 12
ºC for 5s continuously
3: Defrosting operation continues for 9 minutes.
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When defrosting exit conditions are met, the unit will
operate as follows
Compressor stops and external fan starts, 50s later,
four-way valve will be on, 60s later, compressor will
operate as per startup process.
Indoor Heat Exchanger Anti-freeze Protection
9.2.5 PTC Output Control
When outdoor unit is energized, PTC output value is 0,
10s later, output value is 1.
When compressor stops for 10 minutes continuously,
PTC output value is 0.
On receiving compressor startup instruction, initial PTC
output is 1, and compressor startup will be performed 5s
later.
9.2.6 System Protection Function
3 minutes stand-by time
Time interval between compressor shutdown and restart
is set at 3 minutes to ensure that compressor will only
restart after 3-minute shutdown and initial energization
valves are turned on to adequate opening position after
being fully turned off.
TD High Temperature Protections
As long as unit is on, the TD air discharge overheat
protection feature will be activated, yet air discharge sensor
fault must be alarmed 4 minutes after compressor starts.
When TC < 5 ºC compressor frequency will drop at a
speed of 1HZ/10s.
When TC starts to rise and 6 ≤ TC ≤ 7 ºC compressor
frequency will remain unchanged.
When 7 < TC < 11 ºC, frequency will rise at a speed of
1HZ/10s.
If TC ≤ 0 ºC for 2 consecutive minutes, compressor will
shutdown and outdoor fault lamp blinks. Fault will not be
reported to indoor unit.
When compressor shuts down for more than3 minutes
and when TC>7 compressor will restart.
Outdoor Temperature Limit
Cooling: When outdoor temperature is lower than 23 ºC,
cooling operation will start, compressor frequency is limited to less than 50 HZ, outdoor
wind speed is forced at level 1.
Heating: When outdoor temperature is higher than 18 ºC,
heating operation will start, compressor frequency
is limited to less than 50 HZ, outdoor wind
speed is forced at level 1.
When TD>117 ºC for 20s continuously air discharge
overheat protection will be activated and fault will be
reported to indoor unit.
It will not continue in other conditions.
Special Features
1. Forced Cooling: When receiving indoor forced cooling
signal, cooling operation will start in a frequency signaled by indoor unit. Only air discharge temperature
and over current protection features are effective
and other protection features are invalid.
2. Rated, Middle and Minimum Capacity Operation:
When receiving indoor, rated, middle and minimum
capacity operation signal, outdoor unit will operate
as per wind speed and frequency set by EEPROM and
all the protection features are effective.
Fault Display and Treatment
In case outdoor unit faults, the alarm indicator lamp will
blink and blink frequency is 1HZ Time interval between
blink cycles is 3s.
Alarm indicator lamp is off when there is no fault.
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9.3
Function of Main Thermistor
2. The indoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for
preventing freezing.During the cooling operation,
if the temperature drops abnormally, the operating
frequency becomes lower, then the operation halts.
3. The indoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for
anti-icing control.During the cooling operation, if the
heat exchanger temperature in the room where
operation is halted becomes -1°C, it is assumed as
icing.
Note:
A: Outdoor suction temperaturesensor
B: Exhaust temperature sensor
C: Indoor heat-exchangesensor
Outdoor Suction Temperature Sensor
The outdoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for
controlling target discharge temperature.
The system sets a target discharge temperature
according to the outdoor and indoor heat exchanger
temperature, and controls the electronic expansion valve
opening so that the target discharge temperature can be
obtained.
Exhaust Temperature Sensor
The discharge pipe thermistor is used for controlling
temperature of the discharge pipe.
If the temperature of discharge pipe (used in place of
the inner temperature of the compressor) rises
abnormally, the operating frequency drops or the
operation halts.
Indoor heat-exchange sensor
1. The indoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for
controlling target discharge temperature.
The system sets a target discharge temperature
according to the outdoor and indoor heat exchanger
temperature, and controls the electronic expansion
valve opening so that the target discharge
temperature can be obtained.
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9.4
Value of Thermistor
9.4.1 Indoor Unit
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