Design,Installation & Testing-Manuals REYQ96MTJU ; REYQ192MTJU

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MODELS: REYQ96MTJU ; REYQ192MTJU
 

CONTENTS:

    1 General Information … page 1
  • 1.Product Outline … page 2
  • 1.1 Model Names of Indoor/Outdoor
    Units … page 2
  • 1.2 External Appearance … page 3
  • 1.3 Model Selection … page 4
  • 2.Points to Bear in Mind at the
    System Design … page 5
  • 2.1 Points Relating to the Performance
    of the Air Conditioning Units … page 5
  • 2.2 The Installation is of Vital
    Importance … page 7
  • 2.3 Striking a Balance between System Installation
    and General Construction Work
    (Comprehensive Flow Chart) …page 8
  • 2.4 Points to Bear in Mind when Preparing the
    Contract Drawings … page 9
  • 3.Installation … page 13
  • 3.1 Step by Step Installation
    Procedure … page 13
  • 3.2 Work Involved in Individual Operations and
    Points to be Borne in Mind…. 14
  • 4.Test Operation … page 65
  • 4.1 Procedure and Outline … page 65
  • 4.2 Operation When Power is Turned
    On … page 68
  • 4.3 Outdoor Unit PC Board Layout … page 69
  • 4.4 Field Setting … page 70
  • 5. Caution for Refrigerant Leaks … page 101
  • 5.1 Caution for Refrigerant Leaks … page 101
  • 6. Hand Over to Customer … page 103
  • 6.1 Operational Steps …page 103
  • 7. Appendix … page 104
  • 7.1 Operating Noise of Indoor Units …page 104
  • 7.2 Allowable Piping Length … page 106
  • 7.3 Refrigerant branch
    kit selection … page 112
  • 7.4 Pipe size selection … page 114
  • 7.5 How to calculate the additional
    refrigerant to be charged …page 116
  • 7.6 REFNET Pipe Connections for
    VRV II R-410A Series … page 118
  • 7.7 VRV Inspection Sheet … page 123
  • 7.8 Piping System Diagrams … page 129
  • 7.9 Wiring Diagrams … page 132
  • 7.10 Bad Examples and Good Examples in
    Installation … page 135
  • 2 Installation Manual REYQ96MTJU … page 143

  • 1. Introduction … page 148
  • 1.1 Combination … page 148
  • 1.2 Standard Operation Limit … page 148
  • 1.3 Standard Supplied Accessories …page 149
  • 1.4 Option Accessory …page 150
  • 1.5 Technical Specifications (1) … page 150
  • 1.6 Electrical Specifications (1) … page 151
  • 2. Main Components … page 152
  • 3.Selection of Location … page 153
  • 4.Inspecting and Handling the
    Unit … page 155
  • 5.Unpacking and Placing the Unit … page 156
  • 6.Refrigerant Piping … page 158
  • 6.1 Selection of Piping Material … page 158
  • 6.2 Connecting the Refrigerant Piping
    … page 158
  • 6.3 Example of Connection … page 163
  • 6.4 Leak Test and Vacuum Drying … page 165
  • 6.5 Pipe Insulation … page 168
  • 6.6 Additional Refrigerant Charge … page 168
  • 7.Field Wiring … page 171
  • 7.1 Optional Parts … page 171
  • 7.2 Power Circuit and Cable Requirements
    … page 171
  • 7.3 General … page 172
  • 7.4 Examples … page 173
  • 8. Before Operation … page 179
  • 8.1 Checks Before Initial Start-up
    … page 179
  • 8.2 Test Run … page 180
  • 9. Caution for Refrigerant Leaks … page 183
  • 3 Installation Manual BS Unit … page 185

  • 1. Safety Considerations … page 186
  • 2. Before Installation … page 189
  • 2.1 Caution Concerning New Refrigerant Series
    … page 189
  • 2.2 Precautions … page 189
  • 2.3 Accessories … page 190
  • 2.4 Combination … page 191
  • 3.Selecting Installation Site … page 192
  • 4. Preparations Before Installation
    … page 193
  • 5. BS Unit Installation … page 194
  • 6. Refrigerant Piping Work … page 195
  • 6.1 In Case of Connecting Only One Indoor Unit
    … page 197
  • 6.2 When Connecting Multiple Indoor Units
    … page 197
  • 6.3 Selection of Pipe Connection Size
    … page 197
  • 6.4 Piping Connection … page 198
  • 7. Electric Wiring Work …page 199
  • 7.1 General Instructions … page 199
  • 7.2 Example for the Whole System … page 199
  • 7.3 Electrical Characteristics … page 199
  • 7.4 Specifications for Field Supplied Fuses and
    Wire …page 200
  • 7.5 Gist of Field Line Connection … page 200
  • 7.6 Initial Setting … page 203
  • 8.Test Operation … page 204
  • 4 Operation Manual … page 205

  • 1. Safety Considerations … page 207
  • 2. What to Do Before Operation … page 211
  • 3. Remote Controller and Changeover Switch: Name
    and Function of Each Switch and Display … page 212
  • 4. Operation Range … page 214
  • 5. Operation Procedure … page 215
  • 5.1 Cooling, Heating, Automatic, and Fan
    Only Operation …page 215
  • 5.2 Program Dry Operation … page 217
  • 5.3 Adjusting the Air Flow
    Direction … page 219
  • 5.4 Programming Start and Stop of the System with
    Timer … page 220
  • 5.5 Setting the Master Remote Controller … page 221
  • 5.6 Precautions for Group Control System or Two Remote
    Controller Control System … page 222
  • 6. Optimum Operation … page 223
  • 7. Following Symptoms are not Air
    Conditioner Troubles … page 224
  • 7.1 The System does not Operate … page 224
  • 7.2 Cool/heat cannot be Changed Over… page 224
  • 7.3 Fan Operation is Possible, but Cooling and
    Heating do not Work … page 224
  • 7.4 The Fan Strength does not Correspond to
    the Setting … page 224
  • 7.5 The Fan Direction does not Correspond to
    the Setting … page 224
  • 7.6 White Mist comes out of a Unit …page 225
  • 7.7 Noise of Air Conditioners … page 225
  • 7.8 Dust comes out of the Unit …page 226
  • 7.9 The Units can Give off Odours … page 226
  • 7.10 The Outdoor Unit Fan does not Spin … page 226
  • 7.11 The Display Shows “88” … page 226
  • 7.12 The Compressor in the Outdoor Unit does not
    Stop after a Short Heating Operation … page 226
  • 7.13 The Inside of an Outdoor Unit is Warm even when
    the Unit has Stopped … page 226
  • 8. Troubleshooting … page 227
  • 5 Precautions for new Refrigerant (R-410A) … page 229

  • 1. Precautions for New Refrigerant (R-410A) … page 230
  • 1.1 Outline … page 230
  • 1.2 Service Tools … page 231
  • Index … i

    Drawings & Flow Charts … iii