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AIR CONDITIONER

Wall mounted type

DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
ASYG30LMTA
ASYG36LMTA
AOYG30LMTA
AOYG36LMTA
DR_AS010EF_02
2015.11.26

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  • Page 1: Wall Mounted Type

    AIR CONDITIONER Wall mounted type DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL INDOOR ASYG30LMTA ASYG36LMTA OUTDOOR AOYG30LMTA AOYG36LMTA DR_AS010EF_02 2015.11.26...
  • Page 2 Notices: • Product specifications and design are subject to change without notice for future improvement. • For further details, please check with our authorized dealer. Copyright © 2015 Fujitsu General Limited. All rights reserved.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Part 1. INDOOR UNIT ................1 1. Product features ..................2 1-1. Model lineup ......................2 1-2. Features ........................2 1-3. Details of server room control ..................4 2. Wireless remote controller ..............8 2-1. Features ........................8 2-2. Overview ........................10 2-3. Specifications ......................11 3. Specifications ..................12 4.
  • Page 4 CONTENTS (continued) Part 2. OUTDOOR UNIT ..............49 1. Specifications ..................50 2. Dimensions ....................51 2-1. Installation space requirement ................52 3. Refrigerant circuit ..................55 4. Wiring diagram ..................56 5. Capacity compensation rate for pipe length and height difference .57 5-1. Models: AOYG30LMTA and AOYG36LMTA ............57 6.
  • Page 5: Part 1. Indoor Unit

    Part 1. INDOOR UNIT WALL MOUNTED TYPE: ASYG30LMTA ASYG36LMTA...
  • Page 6: Product Features

    1. Product features Implemented core technology provides easy-to-use product operations that realize a comfortable space. 1-1. Model lineup ASYG30LMTA AOYG30LMTA ASYG36LMTA AOYG36LMTA 1-2. Features  Energy efficiency class MODEL ASYG30LMTA ASYG36LMTA Cooling Heating  High energy efficiency 30 Class Enlarged Heat Exchanger...
  • Page 7  Corresponding to server room air conditioning Operation: Cooling operation can be performed even in the low outdoor temperature and low humidity en- vironment. In addition, the following interlock operation is possible by connecting 2 indoor units with a cable. •...
  • Page 8: Details Of Server Room Control

    1-3. Details of server room control By activating server room control using function setting 96, this product maintains a room at constant temperature.  Available operations When server room control is activated by changing the setting on function setting 96, this product maintains the room temperature constant by performing 3 types of operations automatically accord- ing to the room temperature conditions.
  • Page 9 • Supporting operation When the room temperature does not reach to the set point after a certain period of time, regard- less of the primary-secondary relation of the unit, operation start indication is issued to another unit and both indoor units perform air conditioning simultaneously. Set point non-attainment Indoor unit A Indoor unit B...
  • Page 10  Precautions on unit installation CAUTION • Do not place any other electrical products or household belongings under the product. Conden- sation dripping from the product might get them wet, and may cause damage or malfunction to the property. • In units installation facing each other, the vertical airflow direction louver on each indoor unit should be set at a position from 3 to 6.
  • Page 11  Initial setup for server room control  Function setting procedure Before activating server room control, assignment of primary unit and secondary unit is required. Change the setting of function setting 96 as follows: 1. Turn on the power source of 2 indoor units. 2.
  • Page 12: Wireless Remote Controller

    2. Wireless remote controller 2-1. Features • 5-mode timer setup (on, off, weekly, program, and sleep) available. NOTE: When performing server room control, only the weekly timer is effective. • Easy operation. • Easy to change custom code (max. 4 custom code). •...
  • Page 13  Switching remote controller custom code Code selector switch eliminates unit being wrongly switched. (Up to 4 codes can be set.) After code change Mixed-up I.U. I.U. I.U. I.U. I.U. I.U. I.U. I.U. * I.U.: Indoor unit - 9 -...
  • Page 14: Overview

    2-2. Overview Signal SENSOR button transmitter MODE button FAN button 10°C HEAT button SWING button ECONOMY button TEMP. button OUTDOOR UNIT SET button LOW NOISE button POWERFUL button WEEKLY button TIMER SETTING button Start/Stop button ON/OFF button SEND button SLEEP button SELECT button RESET button NEXT button...
  • Page 15: Specifications

    2-3. Specifications  Controller Unit: mm Top view Front view Side view Size (H × W × D) 205 × 61 × 17 Weight 122 (without batteries)  Holder Unit: mm Front View Side View 48.5 Ø 3.5 (Hole) Bottom View Hole 26.2 69.3...
  • Page 16: Specifications

    3. Specifications Wall mounted Type Inverter heat pump Model name ASYG30LMTA ASYG36LMTA Power supply 230 V ~ 50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V 8.00 9.40 Rated Btu/h 27,300 32,100 Cooling 2.9—9.0 2.9—10.0 Min.—Max. Btu/h 9,900—30,700 9,900—34,100 Capacity 8.80 10.10...
  • Page 17 Model name ASYG30LMTA ASYG36LMTA Cooling Energy efficiency class Heating (Average) Cooling 8.0 (35 °C) 9.4 (35 °C) Pdesign Heating (Average) 6.5 (-10 °C) 7.1 (-10 °C) SEER Cooling 6.35 5.73 kWh/kWh SCOP Heating (Average) 4.15 4.19 Annual energy consumption kWh/a...
  • Page 18: Dimensions

    4. Dimensions Unit: mm 1150 1150 Outline of unit - 14 -...
  • Page 19: Installation Space Requirement

    4-1. Installation space requirement Provide sufficient installation space for product safety. Unit: mm Outline of unit 49 or more 50 or more 60 or more 130 or more 1500 or more - 15 -...
  • Page 20: Wiring Diagram

    5. Wiring diagram - 16 -...
  • Page 21: Capacity Table

    Airflow Rate (AFR): For cooling capacity: Total Capacity (TC), Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC), and Input Power (IP) For heating capacity: Total Capacity (TC) and Input Power (IP) 6-1. Cooling capacity  Model: ASYG30LMTA 1,380 Indoor temperature °CDB °CWB...
  • Page 22: Heating Capacity

    6-2. Heating capacity NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity.  Model: ASYG30LMTA 1,380 Indoor temperature °CDB °CWB 7.08 3.17 6.91 3.23 6.74 3.30 6.57 3.37 6.40 3.43 7.67 3.17 7.49 3.23 7.30 3.30 7.12...
  • Page 23: Fan Performance

    7. Fan performance 7-1. Air velocity distributions Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit: m/s Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center Unit: m/s Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left & Right Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up...
  • Page 24: Airflow

    7-2. Airflow  Model: ASYG30LMTA  Cooling Fan speed Airflow 1,380 HIGH 1,130 QUIET  Heating Fan speed Airflow 1,380 HIGH 1,130 QUIET - 20 -...
  • Page 25  Model: ASYG36LMTA  Cooling Fan speed Airflow 1,380 HIGH 1,130 QUIET  Heating Fan speed Airflow 1,380 HIGH 1,130 QUIET - 21 -...
  • Page 26: Operation Noise (Sound Pressure)

    8. Operation noise (sound pressure) 8-1. Noise level curve  Model: ASYG30LMTA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 HIGH NC-50 NC-50 HIGH NC-45 NC-45 NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 QUIET QUIET NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20...
  • Page 27: Sound Level Check Point

    8-2. Sound level check point Microphone Microphone - 23 -...
  • Page 28: Safety Devices

    9. Safety devices Model Type of Protection form protection ASYG30LMTA ASYG36LMTA Circuit protection Current fuse (PCB*) 250 V, 3.15 A More than 85 °C Activate Fan motor speed down Thermistor protection 85 °C or less Reset Fan motor speed recover...
  • Page 29: External Input And Output

    10. External input and output Indoor unit PCB External input and output PCB SW301 SW302 Rotary switch CN314 CN313 CN2 (Ext. in) CN312 CN3 (Ext. out) CN311 CN310 (Ext. in/out PCB) CN308 Input External input External output Connector Input select signal Operation/Stop Dry contact...
  • Page 30  External input and output PCB The indoor unit Operation/Stop can be set by using the input connector on the PCB.  Input select Use either one of these types of connectors according to the application. (Both types of connec- tors cannot be used simultaneously.) •...
  • Page 31: 10-2.External Output

    10-2. External output Use an external output cable with appropriate external dimension, depending on the number of ca- bles to be installed.  Indoor unit • A twisted pair cable (22AWG) should be used. Maximum length of cable is 25 m. •...
  • Page 32  External input and output PCB • A twisted pair cable (22AWG) should be used. Maximum length of cable is 25 m. • Output voltage: High DC 12 V±2 V, Low 0 V. • Permissible current: 50 mA • For details, refer to Chapter 10-3. "Combination of external input and output"...
  • Page 33: 10-3.Combination Of External Input And Output

    10-3. Combination of external input and output By combining the function setting of the indoor unit and rotary switch setting of the External input and output PCB, you can select various combinations of functions. Combination examples of external input and output are as follows: External input External Function...
  • Page 34  Input signal type • Indoor unit Input signal type is only "Edge". Edge • External input and output PCB The input signal type can be selected. Signal type (edge or pulse) can be switched by the DIP switch SW302 on the External input and output PCB.
  • Page 35: 10-4.Details Of Function

    10-4. Details of function  Control input function  When function setting is "Operation/Stop" mode 1 • In the case of "Edge" input Rotary SW on Function External input and External input Input signal Command setting / output PCB Off → On Operation Input of indoor unit On →...
  • Page 36  When function setting is "Forced stop" mode • In the case of "Edge" input Rotary SW on Function External input and External input Input signal Command setting / output PCB Off → On Forced stop Input of indoor unit On →...
  • Page 37  When function setting is "Operation/Stop" mode 2 • In the case of "Edge" input Rotary SW on Function External input and External input Input signal Command setting / output PCB Off → On Operation Input of indoor unit Stop (R.C. On →...
  • Page 38  Forced thermostat off function Rotary SW on Function External input and External input Input signal Command setting / output PCB Thermostat Off → On 60-00 / 2 External input and output 60-09 / B CN313 Normal 60-10 / C On →...
  • Page 39  Error status Rotary SW on Function Output External input and External output Command setting / signal output PCB Low → High Error 60-09 / B Output of indoor unit High → Low Normal Off → On Error External input and output 60-00 / 1 CN311 On →...
  • Page 40  Set point attainment status NOTE: This function is valid only when function setting 96 is set to “01” (Primary unit) or “02” (Secondary unit). When the room temperature does not reach the set point at a room due to the lower cooling perfor- mance caused by external factor such as the outdoor temperature change, signal is output to tell the attainment status of set point.
  • Page 41: Function Settings

    11. Function settings To adjust the functions of this product according to the installation environment, various types of function settings are available. NOTE: Incorrect settings can cause a product malfunction. 11-1. Function settings on indoor unit Depending on the connected remote controller type or performing control, following setting is re- quired: Status DIP switch...
  • Page 42: 11-2.Function Settings By Using Remote Controller

    11-2. Function settings by using remote controller Some function settings can be changed on the remote controller. After confirming the setting proce- dure and the content of each function setting, select appropriate functions for your installation envi- ronment. NOTE: Incorrect settings can cause a product malfunction. ...
  • Page 43 CAUTION After turning off the power, wait 30 seconds or more before turning on the power again. The function setting will not become active unless the power is turned off then on again. NOTES: • The air conditioner custom code is set to prior to shipment.
  • Page 44  Contents of function setting Each function setting listed in this section is adjustable in accordance with the installation environ- ment. NOTE: Setting will not be changed if invalid numbers or setting values are selected. Function no. Functions Remote controller address setting Filter sign 30/31 Room temperature control for indoor unit sensor...
  • Page 45 2) Filter sign Select appropriate intervals for displaying the filter sign on the indoor unit according to the estimated amount of dust in the air of the room. If the indication is not required, select "No indication" (03). Function number Setting value Setting description Factory setting...
  • Page 46 4) Room temperature control for wired remote controller sensor Depending on the installed environment, correction of the wire remote temperature sensor may be required. Select the appropriate control setting according to the installed environment. To change this setting, set Function 42 to Both “01”. Ensure that the Thermo Sensor icon is displayed on the remote controller screen.
  • Page 47 7) Remote controller custom code (Only for wireless remote controller) The indoor unit custom code can be changed. Select the appropriate custom code. Function number Setting value Setting description Factory setting ♦ 8) External input control "Operation/Stop" mode or "Forced stop" mode can be selected. Function number Setting value Setting description...
  • Page 48 11) Switching functions for external output terminal Functions of the external output terminal can be switched. For details, refer to “External input and output”. Function number Setting value Setting description Factory setting Operation status ♦ Error status Indoor unit fan operation status Set point attainment status 12) Server room control Switches between normal control and server room control.
  • Page 49: 11-3.Custom Code Setting For Wireless Remote Controller

    11-3. Custom code setting for wireless remote controller To interconnect the air conditioner and the wireless remote controller, assignment of the custom code for the wireless remote controller is required. NOTE: Air conditioner cannot receive a signal if the air conditioner has not been set for the custom code.
  • Page 50: Optional Parts

    12. Optional parts 12-1. Controllers Exterior Part name Model name Summary Easy finger touch operation with LCD panel. Backlight enables easy Wired remote operation in a darkened room. UTY-RNRYZ1 controller Wire type: Non-polar 2-wire Optional communication kit is necessary for installation. High visibility and easy operation.
  • Page 51: 12-2.Others

    12-2. Others Exterior Part name Model name Summary Use to connect with various External UTY-XWZX peripheral devices and air conditioner connect kit PCB. External input Use to connect with external devices UTY-XCSXZ1 and output PCB and air conditioner PCB. External input For installing the External input and and output PCB UTZ-GXXB...
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  • Page 53: Part 2. Outdoor Unit

    Part 2. OUTDOOR UNIT SINGLE TYPE: AOYG30LMTA AOYG36LMTA...
  • Page 54: Specifications

    1. Specifications Type Inverter heat pump Model name AOYG30LMTA AOYG36LMTA Power supply 230 V ~ 50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Starting current 10.5 13.9 Cooling 3,600 3,800 Airflow rate Heating 3,600 3,800 Type × Q'ty Propeller fan × 1 Motor output Cooling Sound pressure level *1...
  • Page 55: Dimensions

    2. Dimensions Unit: mm Top view Front view Side view Airflow Drain cap Drain pipe 4-Ø12 mm hole mounting places mounting place Bottom view - 51 -...
  • Page 56: Installation Space Requirement

    2-1. Installation space requirement Provide sufficient installation space for product safety.  Single outdoor unit installation • When the upper space is open: Unit: mm When there are obstacles at the rear only. When there are obstacles at the rear and sides. 100 or more 100 or more 300 or more...
  • Page 57  Multiple outdoor unit installation • When the upper space is open: Unit: mm When there are obstacles at the rear only. When there are obstacles at the front only. 1,500 or more 250 or more or more When there are obstacles at the front and rear. 500 or more 1,500 or more •...
  • Page 58  Outdoor unit installation in multi-row Unit: mm Single parallel unit arrangement Multiple parallel unit arrangement 150 or more 500 or more 2,000 or more 3,000 or more 600 or more 600 or more 1,500 or more 1,000 or more 250 or more 1,500 or more 500 or more...
  • Page 59: Refrigerant Circuit

    3. Refrigerant circuit - 55 -...
  • Page 60: Wiring Diagram

    4. Wiring diagram - 56 -...
  • Page 61: Capacity Compensation Rate For Pipe Length And Height Difference

    5. Capacity compensation rate for pipe length and height difference Height difference H Indoor unit is higher than outdoor unit Indoor unit is lower than outdoor unit Outdoor unit Indoor unit Outdoor unit Indoor unit Connection pipe Connection pipe 5-1. Models: AOYG30LMTA and AOYG36LMTA NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity.
  • Page 62: Additional Charge Calculation

    6. Additional charge calculation 6-1. Model: AOYG30LMTA Refrigerant type R410A Refrigerant amount 2,100  Refrigerant charge Total pipe length 20 or less 50 (Max.) 40 g/m Additional charge 1,200 6-2. Model: AOYG36LMTA Refrigerant type R410A Refrigerant amount 2,100  Refrigerant charge Total pipe length 20 or less 50 (Max.)
  • Page 63: Airflow

    7. Airflow 7-1. Model: AOYG30LMTA  Cooling 3,600 1,000 2,119  Heating 3,600 1,000 2,119 7-2. Model: AOYG36LMTA  Cooling 3,800 1,056 2,237  Heating 3,800 1,056 2,237 - 59 -...
  • Page 64: Operation Noise (Sound Pressure)

    8. Operation noise (sound pressure) 8-1. Noise level curve  Model: AOYG30LMTA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 NC-45 NC-45 NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000...
  • Page 65: Sound Level Check Point

    8-2. Sound level check point Side view Rear view Rear Microphone Microphone Center Airflow Center NOTE: Detailed shape of the actual outdoor unit might be slightly different from the one illustrated above. - 61 -...
  • Page 66: Electrical Characteristics

    9. Electrical characteristics Model name AOYG30LMTA AOYG36LMTA Voltage 230 ~ Power supply Frequency Max operating current *1 14.5 19.0 Starting current 10.5 13.9 Circuit breaker current Power cable Wiring spec. *2 Connection cable *3 1.5—2.5 Limited wiring length *1: Maximum current is the total current of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit. *2: Selected sample based on Japan Electrotechnical Standards and Codes Committee E0005.
  • Page 67: Safety Devices

    10. Safety devices Model Type of Protection form protection AOYG30LMTA AOYG36LMTA Current fuse (Near the terminal) 250 V, 25 A Circuit protection Current fuse (Filter PCB) 250 V, 10 A Current fuse (Main PCB) 250 V, 3.15 A 150±15 °C Activate Fan motor stop Fan motor...

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