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SPLIT/TDM PLUS Hydro Unit

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AE090JNYDEH / AE090JNYDGH / AE160JNYDEH / AE160JNYDGH /
AE090MNYDEH / AE090MNYDGH / AE160MNYDEH / AE160MNYDGH
• Thank you for purchasing this Samsung air conditioner.
• Before operating this unit, please read this user manual carefully and retain it for future reference.

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  • Page 1: User Manual

    SPLIT/TDM PLUS Hydro Unit User manual AE090JNYDEH / AE090JNYDGH / AE160JNYDEH / AE160JNYDGH / AE090MNYDEH / AE090MNYDGH / AE160MNYDEH / AE160MNYDGH • Thank you for purchasing this Samsung air conditioner. • Before operating this unit, please read this user manual carefully and retain it for future reference.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents PREPARATION Safety Information Description of each icon Description of each control BASIC OPERATION Operating basic mode of Hydro unit Domestic Hot Water (DHW) mode operation Outing mode Silent mode Checking current temperature Checking set temperature TDM (Time-Division Multi) Variables (TDM product Only) Setting weekly timer Setting a holiday with weekly timer Canceling a weekly timer...
  • Page 3 Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal. For information on Samsung’s environmental commitments and product specific regulatory obligations e.g. REACH visit samsung.com/uk/aboutsamsung/samsungelectronics/corporatecitizenship/data_corner.html...
  • Page 4: Preparation

    Air to Water Heat pump may differ slightly from those described in this manual. If you have any questions, call your nearest contact center or find help and information online at www.samsung.com. WARNING Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death.
  • Page 5 Install a switch and circuit breaker dedicated to the Air to Water Heat pump. • Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire. Fix the outdoor unit firmly so that the electric part of the outdoor unit is not exposed.
  • Page 6 Safety Information • Our units must be installed in compliance with the spaces indicated in the installation manual to ensure either accessibility from both sides or ability to perform routine maintenance and repairs. The units’components must be accessible and that can be disassembled in conditions of complete safety either for people or things.
  • Page 7 FOR USING WARNING If the appliance is flooded, please contact your nearest service center. • Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire. If the appliance generates a strange noise, a burning smell or smoke, unplug the power plug immediately and contact your nearest service center.
  • Page 8 Safety Information After unpacking the Air to Water Heat pump, keep all packaging materials well out of the reach of children, as packaging materials can be dangerous to children. • If a child places a bag over its head, it may result in suffocation. Do not insert your fingers or foreign substances into the outlet when the Air to Water Heat pump is operating.
  • Page 9 CAUTION Check that the installation frame of the outdoor unit is not broken at least once a year. • Failing to do so may result in injury, death or property damage. Max current is measured according to IEC standard for safety and current is measured according to ISO standard for energy efficiency.
  • Page 10 Safety Information This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  • Page 11: Description Of Each Icon

    Description of each icon Display LED indicator (Green: Normal / Red: Need to be checked) On/Off button Temperature control button NOTE • Without opening the cover of your wired remote controller, you can turn Hydro unit on or off or set the desired temperature. English English...
  • Page 12 Description of each icon Classification Indication Function Hydro unit operation (heat/cool/auto/outing/ silent) System temperature (water Law temp./indoor temp./outdoor temp./discharge water temp./ Hydro unit hot water temp.) Temperature (current/desired) Timer (Daily/Weekly/Holiday) Current day or timer function Timer Timer number Current time/summer time/ On or Off time Operation status (COMP operation/Back up heater/Booster heater/Solar/Back up boiler) Operation status (water pump/water tank/...
  • Page 13: Description Of Each Control

    Description of each control Buttons English English...
  • Page 14: Basic Operation

    Description of each control Classification Button Function Turn Hydro unit on or off Select operation mode (Cool/Heat/Auto) Select desired temperature (discharge water/indoor/hot water) Outdoor unit silent operation mode Select outing mode Check current temperature of the system Basic operation Set desired temperature of the system button Select timer setting mode Select user setting mode...
  • Page 15: Operating Basic Mode Of Hydro Unit

    Operating basic mode of Hydro unit Operate basic mode by pressing the Mode button. Start Hydro unit operation by pressing the button. Select the mode you want to operate by pressing the button. Adjust desired temperature by pressing the button. Temperature of You can adjust the desired cooling discharge...
  • Page 16: Domestic Hot Water (dhw) Mode Operation

    Domestic Hot Water (DHW) mode operation You can adjust temperature of hot water tank by providing hot water. Press the Mode button in DHW. • Select (economic), (standard), and (power), (forced) by pressing the Mode button in DHW section. NOTE • To operate hot water mode, you need to set the hot water function '1 or 2' in the field specification setting mode (#3011) of wired remote controller and connect...
  • Page 17: Outing Mode

    Outing mode Heating can operate at low temperature while you are out with the Outing mode. Select outing mode by pressing the Outing button. • will be displayed and outing mode will operate. Cancel Press any button on the remote controller. NOTE • When pressing the Outing button while Hydro unit stops its operation,...
  • Page 18: Checking Current Temperature

    Checking current temperature You can check current temperature. Check the current temperature by pressing the View button. • Current temperature can be checked in order of (indoor) → (outdoor) → (discharge water) → (hot water) by pressing the View button. • The temperature which a connected indoor unit does not support will not be displayed.
  • Page 19: Tdm (time-division Multi) Variables (tdm Product Only)

    TDM (Time-Division Multi) Variables (TDM product Only) • Under the installation of both A2A (Air-To-Air type air conditioner) and A2W (Air-To-Water type hydro unit) at the same time, our outdoor machine can supply its full capacity to the operating indoor machines (including A2A or A2W). If there are simultaneous operating demands from many A2A machines with A2W, the priority of controlling the outdoor machine (ex: compressor frequency) will be given to A2A, because of their fast response for use’s comfort.
  • Page 20: Setting Weekly Timer

    Setting weekly timer You can operate or stop a desired mode on the day and time you reserve. 1 Press the Timer button. • (Timer) will be displayed and then select 'Weekly' among 'Daily', 'Weekly', or 'Holiday' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button. 2 After pressing the [ ] button, select the 'Day' you want to reserve.
  • Page 21 6 After pressing the [ ] button, select ‘Minute’ . • You can select minute by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button. NOTE • If the time setting is set as 24 hours a day, AM/PM setting will be omitted. 7 After pressing the [ ] button, select ’On/Off’...
  • Page 22: Setting A Holiday With Weekly Timer

    Setting a holiday with weekly timer You can set a holiday with the weekly timer. The set weekly timer will not function when holiday setting is applied. 1 Press the Timer button. • (Timer) is displayed and then select 'Holiday' among 'Daily', 'Weekly', or 'Holiday' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
  • Page 23: Canceling A Weekly Timer

    Canceling a weekly timer You can cancel weekly timer function. 1 Press the Timer button. • (Timer) is displayed and (Weekly) will blink. 2 After pressing the [ ] button, select the 'Day' you want to cancel. • Select a reserved day by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button. 3 After pressing the [ ] button, select a 'timer number' to cancel.
  • Page 24: Initializing A Weekly Timer

    Initializing a weekly timer You can initialize all the weekly timer set with the wired remote controller. 1 Press the Delete button for 5 seconds. • All the weekly timer settings will be deleted. NOTE • You can’t restore your old settings after deleting the weekly timer by pressing the Delete button, so be careful when you use this function.
  • Page 25: Setting Daily Timer

    Setting daily timer Hydro unit can operate or stop at the time you reserve every day. (Silent mode and DHW mode can be reserved.) The reservation time for Silent mode and DHW mode should be different. 1 Press the Timer button. • (Timer) will be displayed and then select 'Daily' among 'Daily', 'Weekly', or 'Holiday' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
  • Page 26 Setting daily timer Setting daily timer 6 After pressing the [ ] button, select ’On/Off’ timer. • You can select On or Off by repeatedly pressing the [ ]/[ ] button. 7 After pressing the [ ] button, select the reservation for DHW mode or Silent mode.
  • Page 27: Advanced Operation

    How to set the detailed setting (User setting mode) SEG Used Sub-menu Main menu 1 2 3 4 1 If you want to enter the user set mode, press the User set button. • You will enter the User Set mode, and the ‘main menu’ will be displayed. 2 Refer to the Wired Remote Controller’s User Set list on the next page to select the desired menu.
  • Page 28 How to set the detailed setting (User setting mode) User setting mode Main Sub- Function Default Range Unit menu menu number All lock 0-Unlock, 1-Lock Operation On/Off key lock 0-Unlock, 1-Lock Operation selection key lock 0-Unlock, 1-Lock Partial key lock Temperature setting key lock 0-Unlock, 1-Lock Timer setting key lock...
  • Page 29 Setting current time (example) 1 Press the User Set button. • 'Main Menu' will be displayed and current time can be set by pressing the [ ]/[ ] buttons and selecting No.2. 2 Select the number to set 'year, month, date' in sub-menu by pressing the [ ] button.
  • Page 30 How to set the detailed setting (User setting mode) 7 Select 'day, AM/PM, hour, and minute' in the 'sub-menu'. • You can set 'day, AM/PM, hour, and minute' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] buttons and selecting No.3. 8 Select the 'day' you want to set by pressing the [ ] button. • You can select 'Day(Sun~Sat)' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] buttons.
  • Page 31: Wired Remote Controller Installation

    Wired remote controller installation Initializing your wired remote controller communication 1 Press the Esc and Delete buttons at the same time for more than 5 seconds. • The communication of your wired remote controller will be initialized, and the device will search for the Hydro unit connected to your wired remote controller again.
  • Page 32 Wired remote controller installation Error display on the wired remote controller ※ The address of Hydro unit is displayed “200000” • Error codes for the wired remote controller and the product connected to your wired remote controller will be displayed in the LCD display. Error indications are displayed as seen below.
  • Page 33: Use Of Wired Remote Controller Installation / Service Mode

    Use of wired remote controller installation / service mode Use of installation/service mode SEG Used Sub-menu Main menu 1 2 3 4 1 If you want to use the installation/service mode for your wired remote controller, press the Set and ESC buttons at the same time for more than 3 seconds. • You will enter the installation/service settings, and the ‘main menu’...
  • Page 34 Use of wired remote controller installation / service mode Installation/Service mode NOTE • 'NONE' will be displayed for the menu that setting modes don't support. In some cases, the setting may not be possible or it may not be applied though it is set on the unit. • If communication initialization is needed after saving the setting, the system will reset automatically and communication will be initialized.
  • Page 35 Main Sub- Function Default Range Unit menu menu number Checking Micom code of wired remote 1234, 4 Micom code controller Checking version information of wired 1234, 34 Revision date remote controller Hydro unit address 1234 Set/Check Basic Option Set / 1234, 12 Option code Check...
  • Page 36: Field Specification Setting Mode Of Wired Remote Controller

    Field specification setting mode of wired remote controller Use of field specification setting mode Main menu Sub-menu Data 1 If you want to use the field specification setting mode for your wired remote controller, press the Set and [ ]buttons at the same time for more than 3 seconds. 2 Refer to the list of field specification for your wired remote controller on the next page, and select the desired menu.
  • Page 37 Use of field specification checking mode Main menu Sub-menu Data 1 If you want to use the field specification checking mode for your wired remote controller, press the Set and [ ]buttons at the same time for more than 3 seconds. 2 Refer to the list of field specification for your wired remote controller on the next page, and select the desired menu.
  • Page 38: Field Setting Mode

    Field setting mode Field Setting Value (FSV) Table NOTE • Reset the power after changing the Field Setting Value. Code 10∗∗ : U pper and lower temperature limits of each operation mode of wired remote controller Heating(Water Out, Room), Cooling(Water Out, Room), DHW(Tank) Code 20∗∗ : W ater law design and external room thermostat Heating(2 WL’s for floor & FCU), Cooling(2 WL’s for floor & FCU), WL & Thermostat types Field Setting Value Main Menu &...
  • Page 39 Code 3 0∗∗ : User’s options for domestic hot water(DHW) tank heating 3011 : Application of DHW tank in user’s system 302∗ : Heat pump variables for tank temp. control and combination with booster heater 303∗ : Booster heater variables for combination with heat pump 304∗ : Periodical disinfection heating of water tank 305∗ : Off timer for power DHW mode by Forced DHW of wired remote controller 3061 : “1”Combination of external field solar panel for with heat pump for DHW heating ”2”Application of DHW Tank thermostat in user’s system 307∗ : D efault direction of the DHW valve or Zone #1, #2 valve When the 3way valve is applied to DHW Valve terminal block instead of 2way valve, default direction is Space Heating (Room) Field Setting Value...
  • Page 40 Field setting mode Field Setting Value (FSV) Table Code 4 0∗∗ : User’s options for heating devices including internal backup heater and external boiler 401∗ : Space/DHW heating priority and control variables 402∗ : Backup/Booster heater priority and control variables 403∗ : Additional backup boiler operating variables Code 5 0∗∗ : User’s options for extra functions 501∗ : New target temperatures of each mode by “Outgoing” hot key of remote controller 5021 : Temperature difference between before & after values in “Economic” DHW mode 503∗ : TDM(time division multi) variables (TDM product Only) 504∗ : Power Peak control for Smart Grid Field Setting Value Main Menu & Sub Menu Description Default Step...
  • Page 41 Field Setting Value Main Menu & Sub Menu Description Default Step Unit Code Function Code Auto Cooling WL1 Temp ∗∗15 ˚C Auto Cooling WL2 Temp ∗∗16 ˚C Outing Auto Heating WL1 Temp ∗∗17 ˚C Auto Heating WL2 Temp ∗∗18 ˚C Target Tank Temp ∗∗19 ˚C...
  • Page 42 Field setting mode Space Cooling • Target water outlet temperature : U pper limit(#1011, Default 25˚C, Range : 18 ~ 25˚C), Lower limit(#1012, Default 16˚C, Range : 5 ~ 18˚C) – With this default FSV settings, user can change the target water outlet temperature within the range of 5 ~ 25˚C for cooling. • Target room temperature : U pper limit(#1021, Default 30˚C), Lower limit(#1022, Default 18˚C) – With this default FSV settings, user can change the target room temperature within the range of 18 ~ 30˚C for cooling.
  • Page 43 Field Setting Value Main Menu & Sub Menu Function Description Default Step Unit Code Code Outdoor Temp for Water Law Point ∗∗11 ˚C (Heating) ∗∗12 ˚C Point Point ∗∗21 ˚C Water Out Temp for WL1 Heating (WL1-Floor) ∗∗22 ˚C Point ∗∗31 ˚C Water Out Temp for WL2...
  • Page 44 • Thermostat #2 which controls FCU has the priority for operation modes and the discharge water temperature. • Samsung is not responsible for the accidents such as floor condensations which can occur by not connecting the valve to the zone #1 port of the Hydro Unit PBA.
  • Page 45 Space heating request DHW request DHW operation #3024 Space heating operation #3025 #3026 Field Setting Value Main Menu & Sub Menu Function Description Sub Code Default Step Unit Code Domestic Hot Water Application ∗∗11 0(No) Tank Max Temp ∗∗21 ˚C Stop ∗∗22 ˚C...
  • Page 46 Field setting mode DHW Application The FSV #3011 in the wired remote controller should be set to “1 or 2” to use DHW function. If FSV #3011 is set to 1, the DHW operation starts based on the thermo on temperature. If FSV #3011 is set to 2, the DHW operation starts based on the thermo off temperature.
  • Page 47 #3033 BH OFF BH ON HP MAX #3022 HP OFF #3023 HP ON #3045 #3044 00.00 01.00 22.00 23.00 24.00 #3043 Booster Heater Variables for Controlling DHW Tank • The FSV #3031 should be set to “1(On)” (Default) to use booster heater as an additional heat source for DHW tank.
  • Page 48 Field setting mode Disinfection Function • The FSV #3041 should be set to “1 (On)” (Default) to use disinfection function. – Scheduling : Day (#3042, Default “Friday”), starting time (#3043, Default “23:00”), target tank temp. (#3044, Default “70˚C”), duration (#3045, Default 10 min.) NOTE • Disinfection function is available only when a booster heater is connected. • Check tank capacity, booster heater capacity, and booster heater for issues if disinfection operation does not work normally over the maximum operation time(E919 error).
  • Page 49 Field Setting Value Main Menu & Sub Menu Description Default Step Unit Code Function Code Heating/DHW Priority ∗∗11 0 (DHW) (Heating) Heat Pump Outdoor Temp for Priority ∗∗12 ˚C Heating Off ∗∗13 ˚C Application ∗∗21 0 (No) 1 (Yes) BUH/BSH Priority ∗∗22 0 (Both) 2 (BSH) Cold weather...
  • Page 50 Field setting mode Backup Heater Variables for Space Heating • The FSV #4021 should be set to 1(Yes) to use 2-stage electric backup heater in hydro unit as an additional heat source. • To compensate the lowered heat pump heating performance under very cold weather conditions, the FSV #4023 should be set to “1(On)”(Default).
  • Page 51 • FSV #4042 / #4043 is for adjusting temperature difference between Tw3(Tw2) and Tw4. • When using mixing valve, FSV #4046 should be matched with mixing valve running time charateristic. Inverter Pump Installation(Field Option) • FSV #4052 is for adjusting temperature difference between Tw2 and Tw1. NOTE • Tw1 (Inlet Water Temp), Tw2 (Discharge Water Temp), Tw3 (Backup Heater oulet Water Temp), Tw4 (Mixing valve Temp.)
  • Page 52 • When applying to this logic, SAMSUNG controller come to get “Thermo off” condition for all operation. • If not used for a long time, anti-freeze fluid shall be used for preventing damage to the unit in cold condition.
  • Page 53 This maintenance should be carried out by SAMSUNG local technician. Besides keeping the remote controller clean by means of a soft damp cloth, no maintenance is required by the operator.
  • Page 54 Maintaining the unit <Emergency hot water supply_(when using FSV #3011, 3031)> • Hot water is supplied only by the booster heater if the outdoor unit malfunctions. • Enabling the function : Turn off the Control kit Dip S/W #2, and then turn the power off and on. • Disabling the function : Turn on the Control kit Dip S/W #2, and then turn the power off and on.
  • Page 55 Troubleshooting tips If the unit has some problem to work properly, error codes will be displayed on the wired remote controller. The following table describes the explanation of the error codes. Display Explanation EVA Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN EVA Outlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN Wired remote controller temp sensor SHORT or OPEN Water Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN...
  • Page 56 Troubleshooting tips Communication Display Explanation Communication error between remote controller and the Hydro unit Tracking error between remote controller and the Hydro unit Memory (EEPROM) Read/Write Error (Wired remote Controller data error) E601, E604 E654 • MEMORY(EEPROM) Read/Write Error (Wired controller data error) EEPROM English...
  • Page 57 Water pump & Flow S/W Display Explanation Flow S/W OFF error In case of flow S/W OFF in 30sec during water pump signal is ON(Starting) In case of flow S/W OFF in 15sec during water pump signal is ON (After starting) Flow S/W ON error In case of flow S/W ON in 10min during water pump signal is OFF E911...
  • Page 58: Error Codes

    Error codes If the unit has some problems and does not work normally, error code is shown on the OUTDOOR UNIT main PBA or LCD of the wired remote controller. Display Explanation Error Source Hydro Unit / OUTDOOR UNIT wire connection error Hydro Unit, OUTDOOR UNIT EVA Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN Hydro Unit...
  • Page 59 Display Explanation Error Source Outdoor unit EEPROM Read/Write error (Option) OUTDOOR UNIT IPM(IGBT Module) or PFCM temperature sensor Error OUTDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT fan2 error OUTDOOR UNIT PFC Overload Error OUTDOOR UNIT Input current sensor error OUTDOOR UNIT IPM is overheated OUTDOOR UNIT Gas leak error OUTDOOR UNIT...
  • Page 60 Product specification Indoor AE090JNYDEH AE160JNYDEH AE090JNYDGH AE160JNYDGH Weight (Net) 45.0 45.0 46.5 46.5 Dimensions (Net) mm 850 x 510 x 315 850 x 510 x 315 850 x 510 x 315 850 x 510 x 315 Indoor AE090MNYDEH AE160MNYDEH AE090MNYDGH...
  • Page 61 Memo English...
  • Page 62 *8000 (apel in retea) ROMANIA www.samsung.com/ro/support 08008-726-78-64 (08008-SAMSUNG) Apel GRATUIT CYPRUS 8009 4000 only from landline, toll free www.samsung.com/gr/support 80111-SAMSUNG (80111 726 7864) only from land line GREECE (+30) 210 6897691 from mobile and land line LITHUANIA 8-800-77777 www.samsung.com/lt/support LATVIA 8000-7267 www.samsung.com/lv/support...

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