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Fujitsu AUYG07LVLA Design & Technical Manual

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DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL
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  • Page 1: Air Conditioner

    AIR CONDITIONER Multi: 5, 6 rooms type DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL INDOOR AUYG07LVLA ARYG07LSLAP ARYG18LSLAP ARYG07LLTA AUYG09LVLA ARYG09LSLAP ARYG09LLTA AUYG12LVLB ARYG12LSLAP ARYG12LLTB AUYG14LVLB ARYG14LSLAP ARYG14LLTB AUYG18LVLB ARYG18LLTB ASYG07LMCA ASYG07LMCE ASYG07LUCA ASYG18LFCA ASYG09LMCA ASYG09LMCE ASYG09LUCA ASYG24LFCA ASYG12LMCA ASYG12LMCE ASYG12LUCA ASYG24LFCC ASYG14LMCA...

  • 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 © 2017 Fujitsu General Limited. All rights reserved.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Part 1. INDOOR UNIT............... 1 1. Model lineup ....................2 1-1. Connectable indoor units to each outdoor unit............3 1-2. Indoor unit connection patterns................... 4 2. Specifications.................... 9 2-1. Compact cassette type ....................9 2-2. Mini duct type......................11 2-3.

  • Page 4

    CONTENTS (continued) 7-6. Floor type ........................ 115 8. Noise level curve................... 116 8-1. Compact cassette type ................... 116 8-2. Mini duct type......................119 8-3. Slim duct type ......................122 8-4. Wall mounted type ....................125 8-5. Floor/Ceiling type ....................130 8-6.

  • Page 5

    CONTENTS (continued) 15-2.Mini duct type......................256 15-3.Slim duct type ......................257 15-4.Wall mounted type ....................258 15-5.Floor/Ceiling type ....................261 15-6.Floor type ....................... 262 16. Optional parts..................263 16-1.Controllers ......................263 16-2.Cassette grille ......................265 16-3.Others ........................266 17. Indoor unit installation precautions ............ 270 17-1.Place where prohibited for use................

  • Page 6

    CONTENTS (continued) Part 2. OUTDOOR UNIT (5 ROOMS TYPE) ........ 273 1. Specifications..................274 2. Dimensions.................... 276 2-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 ................... 276 3. Installation space .................. 277 3-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 ................... 277 4. Refrigerant circuit ................. 280 4-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 ................... 280 5.

  • Page 7

    CONTENTS (continued) Part 3. OUTDOOR UNIT (6 ROOMS TYPE) ........ 345 1. Specifications..................346 2. Dimensions.................... 347 2-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 ................... 347 3. Installation space .................. 348 3-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 ................... 348 4. Refrigerant circuit ................. 351 4-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 ................... 351 5.

  • Page 9: Part 1. Indoor Unit

    Part 1. INDOOR UNIT COMPACT CASSETTE TYPE: AUYG07LVLA AUYG12LVLB AUYG18LVLB AUYG09LVLA AUYG14LVLB MINI DUCT TYPE: ARYG07LSLAP ARYG12LSLAP ARYG18LSLAP ARYG09LSLAP ARYG14LSLAP SLIM DUCT TYPE: ARYG07LLTA ARYG12LLTB ARYG18LLTB ARYG09LLTA ARYG14LLTB WALL MOUNTED TYPE: ASYG07LUCA ASYG07LMCA ASYG07LMCE ASYG18LFCA ASYG09LUCA ASYG09LMCA ASYG09LMCE ASYG24LFCA ASYG12LUCA...

  • Page 10: Model Lineup

    1. Model lineup Indoor unit AUYG07LVLA ARYG07LSLAP ARYG18LSLAP AUYG09LVLA ARYG09LSLAP AUYG12LVLB ARYG12LSLAP AUYG14LVLB ARYG14LSLAP AUYG18LVLB ARYG07LLTA ARYG18LLTB ASYG07LMCA ARYG09LLTA ASYG09LMCA ARYG12LLTB ASYG12LMCA ARYG14LLTB ASYG14LMCA ASYG07LMCE ASYG07LUCA ASYG18LFCA ASYG09LMCE ASYG09LUCA ASYG24LFCA ASYG12LMCE ASYG12LUCA ASYG24LFCC ASYG14LMCE ASYG14LUCA ABYG14LVTA AGYG09LVCA ABYG18LVTB AGYG12LVCA AGYG14LVCA...

  • Page 11: Connectable Indoor Units To Each Outdoor Unit

    1-1. Connectable indoor units to each outdoor unit ●: Connectable / -: Not connectable Compact cassette Mini duct Outdoor unit AUYG07—09LVLA ARYG07—18LSLAP AUYG12—18LVLB Btu class kW class AOYG36LBLA5 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● AOYG45LBLA6 ● ●...

  • Page 12: Indoor Unit Connection Patterns

    1-2. Indoor unit connection patterns ¢ 5 rooms AOYG36LBLA5 Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Total — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —...

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    AOYG36LBLA5 Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Total — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —...

  • Page 14

    ¢ 6 rooms AOYG45LBLA6 Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Total — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —...

  • Page 15

    AOYG45LBLA6 Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Total — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —...

  • Page 16

    AOYG45LBLA6 Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Total — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —...

  • Page 17: Specifications

    2. Specifications 2-1. Compact cassette type Model name AUYG07LVLA AUYG09LVLA AUYG12LVLB Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.15 0.19 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type ×...

  • Page 18

    Model name AUYG14LVLB AUYG18LVLB Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.22 0.30 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Turbo fan × 1 Motor output HIGH Cooling...

  • Page 19: Mini Duct Type

    2-2. Mini duct type Model name ARYG07LSLAP ARYG09LSLAP ARYG12LSLAP Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class HIGH Input power QUIET Running current 0.29 0.33 0.38 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type ×...

  • Page 20

    Model name ARYG14LSLAP ARYG18LSLAP Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class HIGH Input power QUIET Running current 0.58 0.49 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Sirocco fan × 2 Sirocco fan ×...

  • Page 21: Slim Duct Type

    2-3. Slim duct type Model name ARYG07LLTA ARYG09LLTA ARYG12LLTB Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.33 0.30 0.35 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Sirocco fan ×...

  • Page 22

    Model name ARYG14LLTB ARYG18LLTB Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.51 0.44 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Sirocco fan × 2 Sirocco fan ×...

  • Page 23: Wall Mounted Type

    2-4. Wall mounted type Model name ASYG07LUCA ASYG09LUCA ASYG12LUCA ASYG14LUCA Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.13 0.14 0.17 0.20 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type ×...

  • Page 24

    Model name ASYG07LMCA ASYG09LMCA ASYG12LMCA ASYG14LMCA Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.13 0.15 0.19 0.25 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Cross flow fan ×...

  • Page 25

    Model name ASYG07LMCE ASYG09LMCE ASYG12LMCE ASYG14LMCE Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.13 0.15 0.19 0.25 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Cross flow fan ×...

  • Page 26

    Model name ASYG18LFCA ASYG24LFCA ASYG24LFCC Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.33 0.53 HIGH 1,120 Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH 1,100 Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Cross flow fan ×1 Motor output HIGH Cooling...

  • Page 27: Floor/ceiling Type

    2-5. Floor/Ceiling type Model name ABYG14LVTA ABYG18LVTB Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kWh class Input power Running current 0.21 0.36 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Sirocco fan × 2 Motor output 36 (Under ceiling) 41 (Under ceiling)

  • Page 28: Floor Type

    2-6. Floor type Model name AGYG09LVCA AGYG12LVCA AGYG14LVCA Power supply 1Ø 230 V ~50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Capacity kW class Input power Running current 0.15 0.18 0.20 HIGH Cooling QUIET Airflow rate HIGH Heating QUIET Type × Q'ty Cross flow fan ×...

  • Page 29: Dimensions

    3. Dimensions 3-1. Compact cassette type ¢ Models: AUYG07LVLA, AUYG09LVLA, AUYG12LVLB, AUYG14LVLB, and AUYG18LVLB Unit: mm • Cassette grille mounting state 530: Hanging bolt position op view Be sure to leave Service access service access for future service at the designated position.

  • Page 30

    1,000 1,000 or more or more 1,800 or more Obstruction Floor Maximum height from floor to ceiling (Unit: mm) Model name AUYG07LVLA AUYG09LVLA AUYG12LVLB AUYG14LVLB AUYG18LVLB Standard mode 2,700 High ceiling mode — 3,000 • 3-way direction setting...

  • Page 31: Mini Duct Type

    3-2. Mini duct type ¢ Models: ARYG07LSLAP, ARYG09LSLAP, ARYG12LSLAP, and ARYG14LSLAP Unit: mm Rear view View A Drain port P 100 × 6 = 600 Top view Side view Front view Bottom view - 23 -...

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    ¢ Model: ARYG18LSLAP Unit: mm Rear view View A Drain port P 100 × 8 = 800 Top view Side view Front view Bottom view - 24 -...

  • Page 33

    ¢ Installation space requirement Provide sufficient installation space for product safety. Unit: mm Strong and durable ceiling Indoor unit Left Right side side or more* or more *: 400 or more when drain from drain pipe • When intaking air from back: •...

  • Page 34: Slim Duct Type

    3-3. Slim duct type ¢ Models: ARYG07LLTA, ARYG09LLTA, ARYG12LLTB, and ARYG14LLTB Unit: mm View A Rear view Drain port 100 x 6 = 600 Side view Top view Front view Bottom view - 26 -...

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    ¢ Model: ARYG18LLTB Unit: mm Rear view View A Drain port 100 x 8 = 800 Top view Side view Front view Bottom view - 27 -...

  • Page 36

    ¢ Installation space requirement Provide sufficient installation space for product safety. In ceiling-concealed installations: Unit: mm 300 or more Strong and durable ceiling 20 or more Indoor unit Left Right side side 20 or more Service access Ceiling or more or more Floor In wall-concealed installations:...

  • Page 37

    ¢ Maintenance space requirement For future maintenance and service access, provide sufficient maintenance space. NOTE: Do not place any wiring or illumination in the maintenance space, as they will impede service. Unit: mm Service access Unit Control box or more Service space - 29 -...

  • Page 38: Wall Mounted Type

    3-4. Wall mounted type ¢ Models: ASYG07LMCA, ASYG09LMCA, ASYG12LMCA, and ASYG14LMCA Unit: mm (840) Outline of unit 65 for pipe inlet 65 for pipe inlet - 30 -...

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     Installation space Unit: mm Outline of unit 25 or more 52 or more 70 or more 130 or more 1,500 or more - 31 -...

  • Page 40

    ¢ Models: ASYG07LMCE, ASYG09LMCE, ASYG12LMCE, and ASYG14LMCE Unit: mm (870) Outline of unit 65 for pipe inlet 65 for pipe inlet - 32 -...

  • Page 41

     Installation space requirement Provide sufficient installation space for product safety. Unit: mm Outline of unit 25 or more 52 or more 86 or more 144 or more 1,500 or more - 33 -...

  • Page 42

    ¢ Models: ASYG07LUCA, ASYG09LUCA, ASYG12LUCA, and ASYG14LUCA Unit: mm 187: Installed state Outline of Unit Ø65 Ø65 for pipe inlet for pipe inlet - 34 -...

  • Page 43

     Installation space Unit: mm Outline of unit 50 or more 50 or more 160 or more 160 or more 1,500 or more - 35 -...

  • Page 44

    ¢ Models: ASYG18LFCA, ASYG24LFCA, and ASYG24LFCC Unit: mm Outline of unit - 36 -...

  • Page 45

     Installation space Provide sufficient installation space for product safety. Unit: mm Outline of unit 52 or more 53 or more 80 or more 120 or more 1,500 or more - 37 -...

  • Page 46: Floor/ceiling Type

    3-5. Floor/Ceiling type ¢ Models: ABYG14LVTA and ABYG18LVTB Unit: mm Hole for lifting bolt (Use M10 screw bolt.) ø45-mm hole Side view Rear view Bottom view Wall bracket Side of unit 100 hole 50 hole - 38 -...

  • Page 47

    ¢ Installation space Unit: mm Left Right 300 or more 300 or more Ceiling Left Right Indoor unit 150 or more 300 or more Ceiling 20 or more Obstruction Floor - 39 -...

  • Page 48: Floor Type

    3-6. Floor type ¢ Models: AGYG09LVCA, AGYG12LVCA, and AGYG14LVCA Unit: mm Side view Front view ¢ Installation space Unit: mm 100 or more 80 or more 80 or more 50 or more 100 or below from the floor - 40 -...

  • Page 49: Wiring Diagrams

    4. Wiring diagrams 4-1. Compact cassette type ¢ Models: AUYG07LVLA, AUYG09LVLA, AUYG12LVLB, AUYG14LVLB, and AUYG18LVLB - 41 -...

  • Page 50: Mini Duct Type

    4-2. Mini duct type ¢ Models: ARYG07LSLAP, ARYG09LSLAP, ARYG12LSLAP, ARYG14LSLAP, and ARYG18LSLAP WLAN adapter, Converter etc. (Option) - 42 -...

  • Page 51: Slim Duct Type

    4-3. Slim duct type ¢ Models: ARYG07LLTA, ARYG09LLTA, ARYG12LLTB, ARYG14LLTB, and ARYG18LLTB THERMISTOR GRAY (PIPE TEMP.) GRAY BLACK THERMISTOR BLACK (ROOM TEMP.) LOUVER PRINTED RECEIVER UNIT (OPTION) CIRCUIT (OPTION) BOARD FLOAT SWITCH (MAIN) BLACK BLACK WHITE BLACK TERMINAL HEATER FRESH AIR (OPTION) (OPTION) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8...

  • Page 52: Wall Mounted Type

    4-4. Wall mounted type ¢ Models: ASYG07LUCA, ASYG09LUCA, ASYG12LUCA, and ASYG14LUCA - 44 -...

  • Page 53

    ¢ Models: ASYG07LMCA, ASYG09LMCA, ASYG12LMCA, ASYG14LMCA, ASYG07LMCE, ASYG09LMCE, ASYG12LMCE and ASYG14LMCE - 45 -...

  • Page 54

    ¢ Models: ASYG18LFCA, ASYG24LFCA, and ASYG24LFCC - 46 -...

  • Page 55: Floor/ceiling Type

    4-5. Floor/Ceiling type ¢ Models: ABYG14LVTA and ABYG18LVTB - 47 -...

  • Page 56: Floor Type

    4-6. Floor type ¢ Models: AGYG09LVCA, AGYG12LVCA, and AGYG14LVCA - 48 -...

  • Page 57: Air Velocity And Temperature Distributions

    5. Air velocity and temperature distributions 5-1. Compact cassette type ¢ Models: AUYG07LVLA and AUYG09LVLA • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit : m/s 0.25 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: up 0.25 0.25...

  • Page 58

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions NOTE: Reference data HIGH HEAT 4-way air outlet Unit : m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: down 0.25 0.25 4 (m) • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions...

  • Page 59

    ¢ Model: AUYG12LVLB • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit : m/s 0.25 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: up 0.25 0.25 4 (m) Unit : m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: up 0.25 0.25 4 (m)

  • Page 60

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions NOTE:Reference data HIGH HEAT 4-way air outlet Unit : m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: down 0.25 0.25 4 (m) • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions NOTE:Reference data...

  • Page 61

    ¢ Model: AUYG14LVLB • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit : m/s 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: up 0.25 0.25 0.25 4 (m) Unit : m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: up 0.25 0.25 4 (m)

  • Page 62

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions NOTE:Reference data HIGH HEAT 4-way air outlet Unit : m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: down 0.25 4 (m) • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions NOTE:Reference data...

  • Page 63

    ¢ Model: AUYG18LVLB • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit : m/s 0.25 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: up 0.25 0.25 4 (m) Unit : m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: up 0.25 0.25 4 (m)

  • Page 64

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions NOTE:Reference data HIGH HEAT 4-way air outlet Unit : m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: down 0.25 0.25 4 (m) • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Outlet directions Measuring conditions NOTE:Reference data...

  • Page 65: Mini Duct Type

    5-2. Mini duct type ¢ Model: ARYG07LSLAP NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 66

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 67

    ¢ Model: ARYG09LSLAP NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 68: Air Velocity Distribution

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 69

    ¢ Model: ARYG12LSLAP NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 70

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 71

    ¢ Model: ARYG14LSLAP NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 72

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 73

    ¢ Model: ARYG18LSLAP NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 74

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 75: Slim Duct Type

    5-3. Slim duct type ¢ Model: ARYG07LLTA NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 76

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 77

    ¢ Model: ARYG09LLTA NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 78

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 79

    ¢ Model: ARYG12LLTB NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 80

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 81

    ¢ Model: ARYG14LLTB NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 82

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 83

    ¢ Model: ARYG18LLTB NOTE: This data is measured after installing optional Auto louver grille kit. • Air velocity distribution 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...

  • Page 84

    • Air velocity distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: m/s Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center • Air temperature distribution Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH HEAT Unit: °C Side view Vertical airflow direction louver: Down Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center...

  • Page 85: Wall Mounted Type

    5-4. Wall mounted type ¢ Models: ASYG07LUCA and ASYG09LUCA Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit: m/s Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up 0.75 0.25 Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center Unit: m/s 0.25 0.75 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left &...

  • Page 86

    ¢ Models: ASYG12LUCA and ASYG14LUCA Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit: m/s Top view 0.25 Vertical airflow direction louver: Up 0.75 Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center Unit: m/s 0.25 0.75 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left & Right 0.75 0.25 Unit: m/s...

  • Page 87

    ¢ Models: ASYG07LMCA and ASYG07LMCE 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 88

    ¢ Models: ASYG09LMCA and ASYG09LMCE 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 89

    ¢ Models: ASYG12LMCA and ASYG12LMCE 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 90

    ¢ Models: ASYG14LMCA and ASYG14LMCE 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 91

    ¢ Model: ASYG18LFCA 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 92

    ¢ Models: ASYG24LFCA and ASYG24LFCC 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 93: Floor/ceiling Type

    5-5. Floor/Ceiling type ¢ Model: ABYG14LVTA (Under ceiling) Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit: m/s Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up 0.25 Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center Unit: m/s 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left &...

  • Page 94

    ¢ Model: ABYG14LVTA (Floor console) Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit: m/s Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up 0.25 Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center Unit: m/s 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left & Right 0.25 Unit: m/s Side view...

  • Page 95

    ¢ Model: ABYG18LVTB (Under ceiling) Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit: m/s Top view 0.25 Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center Unit: m/s 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left & Right 0.25 Unit: m/s Side view...

  • Page 96

    ¢ Model: ABYG18LVTB (Floor console) Fan speed Operation mode Measuring conditions HIGH Unit: m/s Top view 0.25 Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center Unit: m/s 0.25 Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left & Right 0.25 Unit: m/s 0.25...

  • Page 97: Floor Type

    5-6. Floor type ¢ Models: AGYG09LVCA, AGYG12LVCA, and AGYG14LVCA Fan speed Operation mode Fan select Measuring conditions HIGH Upper and lower Unit: m/s Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Center UPPER LOWER Unit: m/s Top view Vertical airflow direction louver: Up Horizontal airflow direction louver: Left &...

  • Page 98: Fan Performance

    6. Fan performance 6-1. Mini duct type ¢ Model: ARYG07LSLAP Quiet (SP mode 00) SP mode 03 upper limit Quiet (Normal SP) Quiet (SP mode 03) Hi (SP mode 03) Normal SP upper limit SP mode 00 upper limit SP mode 03 lower limit Hi (Normal SP) Hi (SP mode 00)

  • Page 99

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity Airflow (m • Heating Capacity Airflow (m - 91 -...

  • Page 100

    ¢ Model: ARYG09LSLAP Quiet (SP mode 00) SP mode 03 upper limit Quiet (Normal SP) Hi (SP mode 03) Quiet (SP mode 03) SP mode 00 upper limit SP mode 03 lower limit Normal SP upper limit Hi (Normal SP) Hi (SP mode 00) Airflow (m Available airflow rate range (High level)

  • Page 101

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity Airflow (m • Heating Capacity Airflow (m - 93 -...

  • Page 102

    ¢ Model: ARYG12LSLAP SP mode 03 upper limit Quiet (SP mode 03) Hi (SP mode 03) Quiet Normal SP (Normal SP) upper limit Quiet SP mode 03 (SP mode 00) lower limit SP mode 00 (Normal SP) upper limit Hi (SP mode 00) Airflow (m Available airflow rate range (High level) Hi (SP mode 03)

  • Page 103

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity Airflow (m • Heating Capacity Airflow (m - 95 -...

  • Page 104

    ¢ Model: ARYG14LSLAP Hi (SP mode 05) SP mode 05 upper limit Quiet (SP mode 00) Nomal SP Quiet upper limit (Nomal SP) Quiet Hi (Normal SP) (SP mode 05) SP mode 05 lower limit SP mode 00 upper limit (SP mode 00) Airflow (m Available airflow rate range (High level)

  • Page 105

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity Airflow (m • Heating Capacity Airflow (m - 97 -...

  • Page 106

    ¢ Model: ARYG18LSLAP SP mode 05 Hi (SP mode 05) upper limit Quiet (SP mode 05) SP mode 05 lower limit Quiet (Normal SP) Quiet (SP mode 00) Normal SP upper limit Hi (Normal SP) Hi (SP mode 00) SP mode 00 upper limit 1,000 1,100...

  • Page 107

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity 1,000 1,100 Airflow (m • Heating Capacity 1,000 1,100 Airflow (m - 99 -...

  • Page 108: Slim Duct Type

    6-2. Slim duct type ¢ Model: ARYG07LLTA Hi (SP mode 09) SP mode 09 upper limit Quiet (SP mode 09) SP mode 09 lower limit Normal SP upper limit Quiet (Normal SP) Hi (Normal SP) SP mode 00 Normal SP upper limit lower limited Quiet (SP mode 00)

  • Page 109

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity Airflow (m • Heating Capacity Airflow (m - 101 -...

  • Page 110: Airflow

    ¢ Model: ARYG09LLTA Hi (SP mode 09) SP mode 09 upper limit Quiet (SP mode 09) SP mode 09 lower limit Normal SP upper limit Quiet (Normal SP) Hi (Normal SP) Hi (SP mode00) SP mode 00 upper limit Quiet (SP mode 00) Airflow (m Available airflow rate range (High level) Hi (SP mode 09)

  • Page 111

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity Airflow (m • Heating Capacity Airflow (m - 103 -...

  • Page 112

    ¢ Model: ARYG12LLTB SP mode 09 upper limit Hi (SP mode 09) Quiet (SP mode 09) SP mode 09 lower limit Normal SP upper limit Quiet (Normal SP) Hi (Normal SP) SP mode 00 Hi (SP mode 00) upper limit Quiet (SP mode 00) Airflow (m Available airflow rate range (High level)

  • Page 113

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity Airflow (m • Heating Capacity Airflow (m - 105 -...

  • Page 114

    ¢ Model: ARYG14LLTB SP mode 09 upper limit Hi (SP mode 09) Quiet (SP mode 09) Nomal SP upper limit SP mode 09 lower limit Quiet (Nomal SP) Hi (Normal SP) SP mode 00 upper limit Hi (SP mode 00) Quiet (SP mode 00) 1,000...

  • Page 115

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity 1,000 Airflow (m • Heating Capacity 1,000 Airflow (m - 107 -...

  • Page 116

    ¢ Model: ARYG18LLTB SP mode 09 upper limit Hi (SP mode 09) Quiet (SP mode 09) SP mode 09 lower limit Normal SP upper limit Quiet (Normal SP) SP mode 00 Hi (Normal SP) upper limit Hi (SP mode 00) Quiet (SP mode 00) 1,000 1,100...

  • Page 117

     Characteristics of air volume and capacity • Cooling Capacity 1,000 1,100 Airflow (m • Heating Capacitty 1,000 1,100 Airflow (m - 109 -...

  • Page 118: Airflow

    /h = 0.2778 l/s = 0.5886 CFM • 3.6 m /h = 1 l/s • 1.699 m /h = 1 CFM 7-1. Compact cassette type Airflow Operation Model Fan speed mode High Cooling AUYG07LVLA Quiet AUYG09LVLA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet AUYG12LVLB High Heating Quiet...

  • Page 119: Mini Duct Type

    7-2. Mini duct type Airflow Operation Model Fan speed mode High Cooling Quiet ARYG07LSLAP High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG09LSLAP High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG12LSLAP High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG14LSLAP High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG18LSLAP High...

  • Page 120: Slim Duct Type

    7-3. Slim duct type Airflow Operation Model Fan speed mode High Cooling Quiet ARYG07LLTA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG09LLTA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG12LLTB High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG14LLTB High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ARYG18LLTB High...

  • Page 121: Wall Mounted Type

    7-4. Wall mounted type Airflow Operation Model Fan speed mode High Cooling Quiet ASYG07LUCA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ASYG09LUCA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ASYG12LUCA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ASYG14LUCA High Heating Quiet High Cooling ASYG07LMCA Quiet ASYG07LMCE...

  • Page 122

    Airflow Operation Model Fan speed mode High Cooling ASYG12LMCA Quiet ASYG12LMCE High Heating Quiet High Cooling ASYG14LMCA Quiet High ASYG14LMCE Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ASYG18LFCA High Heating Quiet High 1,120 Cooling ASYG24LFCA Quiet High 1,100 ASYG24LFCC Heating Quiet - 114 -...

  • Page 123: Floor Type

    7-5. Floor/Ceiling type Airflow Operation Model Fan speed mode High Cooling Quiet ABYG14LVTA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet ABYG18LVTB High Heating Quiet 7-6. Floor type Airflow Operation Model Fan speed mode High Cooling Quiet AGYG09LVCA High Heating Quiet High Cooling Quiet AGYG12LVCA...

  • Page 124: Compact Cassette Type

    8. Noise level curve 8-1. Compact cassette type ¢ Model: AUYG07LVLA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH NC-45 NC-45 HIGH NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 QUIET QUIET NC-20 NC-20 NC-15...

  • Page 125

    ¢ Model: AUYG12LVLB  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH NC-45 NC-45 HIGH NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 QUIET QUIET NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz Octave band center frequency, Hz...

  • Page 126

    ¢ Model: AUYG18LVLB  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH HIGH NC-45 NC-45 NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 QUIET NC-25 QUIET NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz Octave band center frequency, Hz...

  • Page 127: Mini Duct Type

    8-2. Mini duct type ¢ Model: ARYG07LSLAP  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 HIGH NC-35 NC-35 HIGH NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 QUIET QUIET 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000...

  • Page 128

    ¢ Model: ARYG12LSLAP  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 HIGH HIGH NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 QUIET QUIET NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency ,Hz Octave band center frequency ,Hz...

  • Page 129

    ¢ Model: ARYG18LSLAP  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 HIGH HIGH NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 QUIET QUIET NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency ,Hz Octave band center frequency ,Hz...

  • Page 130: Slim Duct Type

    8-3. Slim duct type ¢ Model: ARYG07LLTA  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 HIGH HIGH NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 QUIET QUIET NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000...

  • Page 131

    ¢ Model: ARYG12LLTB  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 HIGH HIGH NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 QUIET QUIET NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz Octave band center frequency, Hz...

  • Page 132

    ¢ Model: ARYG18LLTB  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 HIGH HIGH NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 QUIET NC-25 QUIET NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz Octave band center frequency, Hz...

  • Page 133: Wall Mounted Type

    8-4. Wall mounted type ¢ Model: ASYG07LUCA  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 HIGH HIGH NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 QUIET NC-15 QUIET NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000...

  • Page 134

    ¢ Model: ASYG12LUCA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 NC-45 NC-45 HIGH NC-40 NC-40 HIGH NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 QUIET NC-15 NC-15 QUIET 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz Octave band center frequency, Hz...

  • Page 135

    ¢ Models: ASYG07LMCA and ASYG07LMCE  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 NC-45 NC-45 HIGH HIGH NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 QUIET NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 QUIET 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000...

  • Page 136

    ¢ Models: ASYG12LMCA and ASYG12LMCE  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH HIGH NC-45 NC-45 NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 QUIET NC-20 NC-20 QUIET NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000...

  • Page 137

    ¢ Model: ASYG18LFCA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH HIGH NC-45 NC-45 NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 QUIET NC-20 QUIET NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz Octave band center frequency, Hz...

  • Page 138: Floor/ceiling Type

    8-5. Floor/Ceiling type ¢ Model: ABYG14LVTA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH NC-45 NC-45 HIGH NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 QUIET QUIET NC-20 NC-20 NC-15 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000...

  • Page 139: Floor Type

    8-6. Floor type ¢ Model: AGYG09LVCA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH HIGH 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 QUIET QUIET 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000...

  • Page 140

    ¢ Model: AGYG14LVCA  Cooling  Heating NC-65 NC-65 NC-60 NC-60 NC-55 NC-55 NC-50 NC-50 HIGH HIGH NC-45 NC-45 NC-40 NC-40 NC-35 NC-35 NC-30 NC-30 NC-25 NC-25 NC-20 NC-20 QUIET NC-15 NC-15 QUIET 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz Octave band center frequency, Hz...

  • Page 141: Compact Cassette Type

    8-7. Sound level check point ¢ Compact cassette type Microphone Microphone - 133 -...

  • Page 142: Mini Duct Type

    ¢ Slim duct type Measuring duct Measuring duct Set the static pressure as rating in this area Microphone Microphone Side view Front view ¢ Mini duct type Measuring duct Measuring duct Set the static pressure as rating in this area Microphone Microphone Side view...

  • Page 143: Floor/ceiling Type

    ¢ Floor/Ceiling type • Floor console Microphone Microphone • Under ceiling Microphone Microphone ¢ Floor type Microphone Microphone Airflow Airflow - 135 -...

  • Page 144: Electrical Characteristics

    9. Electrical characteristics Power supply Indoor rated Voltage Input power Type Model name AUYG07LVLA 0.19 0.15 AUYG09LVLA 0.19 0.15 Compact cassette AUYG12LVLB 0.24 0.19 AUYG14LVLB 0.28 0.22 AUYG18LVLB 0.38 0.30 ARYG07LSLAP 0.33 0.29 ARYG09LSLAP 0.38 0.33 Mini duct ARYG12LSLAP 0.42 0.38...

  • Page 145: Safety Devices

    10. Safety devices Indoor unit Fan motor thermal Terminal thermal Float Model name PCB* fuse type protector fuse switch AUYG07LVLA AUYG09LVLA Compact AUYG12LVLB 250V, 3.15A 100 ± 10 °C ― ○ cassette AUYG14LVLB AUYG18LVLB ARYG07LSLAP ARYG09LSLAP Mini duct ARYG12LSLAP 250V, 5A 135 ±...

  • Page 146: External Input And Output

    11. External input and output 11-1. Compact cassette, slim duct, wall mounted, floor/ceiling, and floor types External input External output Indoor unit Operation Fresh air Auxiliary Error status type Control input status output control output heater output output Compact ● ●...

  • Page 147

    • Circuit diagram example • Contact capacity: DC 24 V or more, 10 mA or more. Indoor unit Connected unit • *1: PCB of Communication kit is used for wall mount- control PCB ed type (LU and LM). Connector Example: Switch •...

  • Page 148

    • Optional part Indoor unit type Part name Model name Compact cassette UTY-XWZX Slim duct UTD-ECS5A UTY-XWZXZ5 External connect Wall mounted UTY-XWZXZ5 UTY-XWZX Floor/Ceiling UTY-XWZX Floor UTY-XWZX UTY-XWZX UTD-ECS5A UTY-XWZXZ5 Indoor unit type Part name Model name Compact cassette — —...

  • Page 149

    ¢ External output Use an external output cable with appropriate external dimension, depending on the number of cables to be installed.  Operation status output Indoor unit type Connector Compact cassette CN103 Slim duct CN103 LU/LM CNB01 Wall mounted CN16 Floor/Ceiling CN103 Floor...

  • Page 150

    • Optional part Indoor unit type Part name Model name Compact cassette UTY-XWZX Slim duct UTD-ECS5A UTY-XWZXZ5 External connect Wall mounted UTY-XWZXZ5 UTY-XWZX Floor/Ceiling UTY-XWZX Floor UTY-XWZX Indoor unit type Part name Model name Compact cassette — — Slim duct —...

  • Page 151

     Fresh air control output Indoor unit type Connector Compact cassette Slim duct Wall mounted — Floor/Ceiling — Floor — Signal linked to air conditioner indoor fan on can be output. * However, signal becomes off during cold air prevention control operation. •...

  • Page 152

     Auxiliary heater output Indoor unit type Connector Compact cassette — Slim duct CN10 Wall mounted — Floor/Ceiling — Floor — Signal is output from connector when indoor fan and compressor turn on under heating operation. *Signal output performance specifications are as shown as follows: Example: When Set Temperature (Ts) is 22 °C •...

  • Page 153

    • Circuit diagram example Indoor unit Connected unit control PCB Example: Example: Heater 12 V Connector Relay unit Relay power On/Off supply 10 m* Signal Locally purchased – Relay spec.: Rated DC 12 V, 50 mA to less. – *: Make the distance from the PCB to the connected unit within 10 m. Operation Heating operation...

  • Page 154

     Error status output Indoor unit type Connector Compact cassette — Slim duct — LU/LM CNB02 Wall mounted — Floor/Ceiling — Floor — Air conditioner error status signal can be output. • Circuit diagram example Indoor unit Connected unit control PCB *1 Connector Example: Example: Display...

  • Page 155

    • Optional part Indoor unit type Part name Model name Compact cassette — — Slim duct — — UTY-XWZXZ5 External connect kit Wall mounted UTY-XWZXZ5 — — Floor/Ceiling — — Floor — — Indoor unit type Part name Model name Compact cassette —...

  • Page 156: 11-2.mini Duct Type

    11-2. Mini duct type CN47 Terminal External Input connect kit External input and output Connector Input select signal (Optional parts) Operation/Stop External input Terminal Dry contact Edge — Forced stop Operation status Error status External output CN47 — — UTY-XWZXZG Indoor unit fan operation status External heater output ¢...

  • Page 157

    ¢ External output Use an external output cable with appropriate external dimension, depending on the number of cables to be installed. • 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. •...

  • Page 158

    ¢ Combination of external input and output By combining the function setting of the indoor unit, you can select various combinations of func- tions. Combination examples of external input and output are as follows: External input External output Mode Function setting Terminal 60—00 Operation/Stop...

  • Page 159

    ¢ Details of function  Control input function • When function setting is "Operation/Stop" mode 1 Function setting External input Input signal Command Off → On Operation 46—00 Terminal On → Off Stop Input Operation Indoor unit Stop Remote controller NOTES: •...

  • Page 160

    • When function setting is "Operation/Stop" mode 2 Function setting External input Input signal Command Off → On Operation 46—03 Terminal On → Off Stop (R.C. disabled) Input Operation Indoor unit Stop (R.C. disabled) Remote controller NOTE: When "Operation/Stop" mode 2 function is used with forming a remote controller group, connect the same equipment to each indoor unit within the group.

  • Page 161

     Indoor unit fan operation status Function setting External output Output signal Command Low → High Fan run 60—10 CN47 High → Low Fan stop Output signal Condition The indoor unit fan is operating. Low → High The fan is stopped or during cold air prevention. During thermostat off when in dry mode operation.

  • Page 162: Group Connection

    12. Group connection Wiring regulation on the remote controllers in the multi split models are reviewed and allowed for group connection. Example of group connection Indoor unit Indoor unit Outdoor unit *Exterior of each device shown above might be different from the actual one. NOTES: •...

  • Page 163: 12-1.precautions On Creating A Group Connection

    12-1. Precautions on creating a group connection Take precautions on items described in this section when creating a group connection in the multi split models. CAUTION Group connection to other refrigerant system between the multi systems with same communica- tion system as shown below is strictly prohibited. Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit...

  • Page 164

    • Maximum wiring length of the remote controller cable: 300 m Even if the maximum wiring length of the product itself is specified as longer than 300 m, the maximum length of the remote controller cable will be 300 m if the system is group-connected. When total wiring length is longer than 100 m, the cable diameter needs to be changed as fol- lows: Cross section of cable...

  • Page 165: 12-2.remote Controller Address Setting Procedure For Wireless Remote Controllers

    12-2. Remote controller address setting procedure for wireless remote controllers Enter the function setting mode of the wireless remote controller. For details, refer to "Func- tion settings" on page 198. Select the function number “00” (Remote controller address setting), and then select any of the number (Setting value) from 00 to 15.

  • Page 166: Remote Controller

    13. Remote controller 13-1. Wireless remote controller (AR-RAH2E/AR-RAH1E) ¢ Overview  AR-RAH2E a FAN button Selects the fan speed (AUTO, HIGH, MED, LOW, and QUIET). b START/STOP button Starts and stops operation. c SET button (vertical) Adjusts the vertical airflow direction. d SET button (horizontal) Adjusts the horizontal airflow direction.

  • Page 167: Sleep Button

     AR-RAH1E a FAN button Selects the fan speed (AUTO, HIGH, MED, LOW, and QUIET). b START/STOP button Starts and stops operation. c SET button (vertical) Adjusts the vertical airflow direction. d SWING button Sets the automatic swing operation and selects swing mode (Left/right, Stop swing).

  • Page 168: Specifications

    ¢ Specifications  Controller Unit: mm Top view Front view Side view Rear view Size (H × W × D) 170 × 56 × 19 Weight 85 (without batteries) NOTE: Actual number of buttons might be different from the figure above. ...

  • Page 169: 13-2.wireless Remote Controller (ar-rea2e/ar-reb1e)

    13-2. Wireless remote controller (AR-REA2E/AR-REB1E) ¢ Overview • AR-REA2E Signal Transmitter MODE button FAN button 10°C HEAT button ECONOMY button SWING button TEMP. button OUTDOOR UNIT SET button LOW NOISE button POWERFUL button WEEKLY button TIMER SETTING button START/STOP ON/OFF button button SEND button SLEEP button...

  • Page 170

    • AR-REB1E Signal transmitter MODE button FAN button 10°C HEAT button ECONOMY button SWING button OUTDOOR UNIT SET button LOW NOISE button TEMP. button ON TIMER button POWERFUL button OFF TIMER button Start/Stop button TIMER SELECT button RESET button SLEEP TIMER button CLOCK ADJUST button TIMER CANCEL button NOTE: Functions may differ by type of the indoor unit.

  • Page 171

    ¢ Specifications  Controller Unit: mm Top view Front view Side view Size (H × W × D) 205 × 61 × 17 Weight 122 (without batteries)  Holder Unit: mm 48.5 Ø 3.5 (Hole) Hole 26.2 69.3 Front View Side View Bottom View Size (H ×...

  • Page 172: 13-3.ir Receiver Kit With Wireless Remote Controller (uty-lrhym: Optional Part)

    13-3. IR receiver kit with Wireless remote controller (UTY- LRHYM: Optional part) ¢ Overview a FAN button Selects the fan speed (AUTO, HIGH, MED, LOW, and QUIET). b START/STOP button Starts and stops operation. c SET button (vertical) Adjusts the vertical airflow direction. d SWING button Sets the automatic swing operation and selects swing mode (Up/down, Left/right, Up/down/left/right, and Stop...

  • Page 173

    ¢ Specifications  Controller Unit: mm Top view Front view Side view Rear view Size (H × W × D) 170 × 56 × 19 Weight 85 (without batteries)  Holder Unit: mm 60.4 30.2 Ø 3.5 (hole) 3.5 x 6.5 (hole) 26.2 Front view...

  • Page 174

     IR receiver Unit: mm 13.6 57.4 13.6 11.5 18.5 Front view Side view Rear view Size (H × W × D) 145 × 90 × 30 Weight - 166 -...

  • Page 175: 13-4.ir Receiver Kit With Wireless Remote Controller (uty-lbtym: Optional Part)

    13-4. IR receiver kit with Wireless remote controller (UTY- LBTYM: Optional part) ¢ Overview Signal transmitter MODE button FAN button 10°C HEAT button TEMP. SWING button button SET button Economy button ON TIMER button OFF TIMER button Start/Stop button TIMER SELECT button REG1U RESET button SLEEP TIMER button...

  • Page 176

    ¢ Specifications  Controller Unit: mm Top view Front view Side view Size (H × W × D) 205 × 61 × 17 Weight 122 (without batteries)  Holder Unit: mm 48.5 Ø 3.5 (Hole) Hole 26.2 69.3 Front View Side View Bottom View Size (H ×...

  • Page 177

     IR receiver Unit: mm 13.6 57.4 13.6 11.5 18.5 Front view Side view Rear view Size (H × W × D) 145 × 90 × 30 Weight - 169 -...

  • Page 178: 13-5.wired Remote Controller (uty-rnnym)

    13-5. Wired remote controller (UTY-RNNYM) ¢ Overview a START/STOP button Starts and stops operation. b SET TEMP. button Selects the setting temperature. c MODE button Selects the operating mode (AUTO , HEAT ,FAN , COOL , and DRY d FAN button Selects the fan speed AUTO ,QUIET , LOW...

  • Page 179

    ¢ System diagram 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit A, B, C: Remote controller cable A ≤ 500 m;B + C ≤ 500 m Primary Secondary Remote controller Remote controllers ¢ Electrical wiring 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit...

  • Page 180

    ¢ Specifications Dimensions and other specifications on the wired remote controller are as follows. Unit: mm Front view Side view Size (H × W × D) 120 × 120 × 18 Weight Cable length (accessory) Power  Wiring specifications Cable size Wire type Remarks Remote controller cable...

  • Page 181

     Pattern B 1. Modify the remote controller cable as follows: • Use a tool to cut off the terminal on the end of the remote controller cable and then remove the insulation from the cut end of the cable as shown in following figure. •...

  • Page 182

    2. Connect the remote controller cable. • Connect the cable made in step 1. to the indoor unit PCB. Connecting cable Remote controller cable Indoor unit PCB ¢ Optional parts Wall mounted Model name UTY-TWBXF UTY-XCBXZ2 The communication kit is needed for connecting the wired remote controller to the wall mount- ed type.

  • Page 183: 13-6.wired Remote Controller (uty-rlry)

    13-6. Wired remote controller (UTY-RLRY) ¢ Overview a LED lamp (Operation indicator) Lights while the indoor unit is operating. Blinks when an error occurred. b FAN button Each time the button is pressed, fan speed switches as follows: Auto High Quiet c +, - buttons (Set temperature buttons) Used to adjust temperature in Monitor mode screen.

  • Page 184

    ¢ System diagram 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit A, B, C: Remote controller cable A ≤ 500 m;B + C ≤ 500 m Primary Secondary Remote controller Remote controllers ¢ Electrical wiring 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit...

  • Page 185

    ¢ Specifications Dimensions and other specifications on the wired remote controller are as follows. Unit: mm Hole: 9 × 4.5 Hole: 6 × 4.5 Hole: 12.5 × 4.5 Front view Side view Rear view Size (H × W × D) 120 ×...

  • Page 186: 13-7.wired Remote Controller (uty-rvnym: Optional Part)

    13-7. Wired remote controller (UTY-RVNYM: Optional part) ¢ Overview a Display panel (with backlight) b Screen switch button (Left) c Menu button d Cancel button e Cursor button f Screen switch button (Right) g Power indicator h On/off button i Enter button - 178 -...

  • Page 187

    ¢ System diagram 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit A, B, C: Remote controller cable A ≤ 500 m;B + C ≤ 500 m Primary Secondary Remote controller Remote controllers ¢ Electrical wiring 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit...

  • Page 188

    ¢ Specifications Unit: mm 21.3 Front view Side view Size (H × W × D) 120 × 120 × 21.3 Weight  Wiring specifications Cable size Wire type Remarks Remote controller cable Polar 3 core Use sheathed PVC cable. 0.33 mm - 180 -...

  • Page 189

    ¢ Installation (Remote control main unit) Installation space: Unit : mm or more or more or more 220 or more* NOTE: Secure enough space where a flat-blade screwdriver to remove the case can be insert- Installation procedures: 1. Process the remote controller cable. Unit : mm 1.

  • Page 190

    3. Attach the remote controller. • When attaching to switch box: a. Seal the wiring hole of the remote controller cable. b. Put a remote controller cable through the hole of the rear case. c. Fix the rear case by securing it with attached screws (2 places). •...

  • Page 191

    4. Connect the cable to the terminals on the front case. Fix the cable together with the sheath with the cable tie. Cut off the excess cable tie. Tightening torque Terminal screw 0.8 to 1.2N • m 1. 12V (Red) 2.

  • Page 192

    5. Attach the front case. • Insert after adjusting upper part of front case. • When insert the front case, do not pinch the cable. Front case Click! Good Prohibited Prohibited Prohibited CAUTION Insert the upper case firmly. If improperly attached, it will cause the upper case to fall off. ¢...

  • Page 193

     Pattern B 1. Modify the remote controller cable as follows: • Use a tool to cut off the terminal on the end of the remote controller cable and then remove the insulation from the cut end of the cable as shown in following figure. •...

  • Page 194

    2. Connect the remote controller cable. • Connect the cable made in step 1. to the indoor unit PCB. Connecting cable Remote controller cable Indoor unit PCB ¢ Optional parts Wall mounted Model name UTY-TWBXF UTY-XCBXZ2 The communication kit is needed for connecting the wired remote controller to the wall mount- ed type.

  • Page 195: 13-8.wired Remote Controller (uty-rnryz*: Optional Part)

    13-8. Wired remote controller (UTY-RNRYZ*: Optional part) ¢ Overview a Remote temperature sensor (inside) b On/off button Operable only while displaying the “Monitor mode” screen. c LED lamp (operation indicator) d Touch panel display e Set temperature Operating temperature can be set. f Remote controller group name g Mode Operation mode can be set.

  • Page 196

    ¢ System diagram 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit A, B, C: Remote controller cable A ≤ 500 m;B + C ≤ 500 m Primary Secondary Remote controller Remote controllers ¢ Electrical wiring 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit...

  • Page 197

    ¢ Specifications Dimensions and other specifications on the wired remote controller are as follows. [Unit : mm] 20.4 Model name UTY-RNRYZ* Display 3.8-inch FSTN LCD (255 × 160 dots) with touch panel Dimensions (H × W × D) 120 × 120 × 20.4 Weight Input voltage DC 12...

  • Page 198: 13-9.simple Remote Controller (uty-rsnym: Optional Part)

    13-9. Simple remote controller (UTY-RSNYM: Optional part) ¢ Overview a START/STOP button Starts and stops operation. b Display backlight button Lights during operation. c Operation lamp Lights during operation. d FAN button Selects the fan speed (AUTO ,HIGH , MED , and QUIET ).

  • Page 199

    ¢ System diagram 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit A, B, C: Remote controller cable A ≤ 500 m;B + C ≤ 500 m Primary Secondary Remote controller Remote controllers ¢ Electrical wiring 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit...

  • Page 200

    ¢ Specifications Dimensions and other specifications on the wired remote controller are as follows. Unit: mm hole x 2 hole x 2 Front View Side View Rear View Size (H × W × D) 120 × 75 × 14 Weight Cable length (accessory) Power ...

  • Page 201

    NOTE: It may be failed if it is connected to the outdoor unit or the terminal block for power supply.  Pattern B 1. Modify the remote controller cable as follows: • Use a tool to cut off the terminal on the end of the remote controller cable and then remove the insulation from the cut end of the cable as shown in following figure.

  • Page 202

    2. Connect the remote controller cable. • Connect the cable made in step 1. to the indoor unit PCB. Connecting cable Remote controller cable Indoor unit PCB ¢ Optional parts Wall mounted Model name UTY-TWBXF UTY-XCBXZ2 The communication kit is needed for connecting the wired remote controller to the wall mount- ed type.

  • Page 203: 13-10.simple Remote Controller (uty-rsry And Uty-rhry: Optional Parts)

    13-10. Simple remote controller (UTY-RSRY and UTY-RHRY: Optional parts) ¢ Overview a LED lamp Lights during operation. b Louver button Adjusts the airflow direction. c START/STOP button Starts and stops operation. d FAN control button Each time the button is pressed, fan speed switches as follows: Quiet Auto...

  • Page 204

    ¢ System diagram 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit A, B, C: Remote controller cable A ≤ 500 m;B + C ≤ 500 m Primary Secondary Remote controller Remote controllers ¢ Electrical wiring 1 remote controller: 2 remote controllers: Indoor unit Indoor unit...

  • Page 205

    ¢ Specifications Dimensions and other specifications on the wired remote controller are as follows. Unit: mm 30.0 30.0 Hole: 9 × 4.5 23.0 Hole: 6 × 4.5 Hole: 12.5 × 4.5 Front View Side View Rear View Size (H × W × D) 120 ×...

  • Page 206: Function Settings

    14. 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. 14-1. Compact cassette, slim duct, and floor/ceiling types indoor unit (setting by DIP switch and jumper wire) By using some components on the PCB, you can change the function settings.

  • Page 207

    ¢ Dip switch setting Remote controller address setting: When operating a number of indoor units by using a wired remote controller, DIP switch set- ting for assigning unit number to each indoor unit is required. DIP switches are normally set to make the unit number 00. Remote DIP switch number controller...

  • Page 208: 14-2.mini Duct Type Indoor Unit (setting By Dip Switch)

    14-2. Mini duct type indoor unit (setting by DIP switch) By using some components on the PCB, you can change the function settings. Related components on the PCB and the applicable settings: Component Setting content DIP switch100 Remote controller address setting Drainage function setting DIP switch101 Auto louver grille setting...

  • Page 209

    ¢ DIP switch setting • Remote controller address setting (SW100) When operating a number of indoor units by using a wired remote controller, DIP switch setting for assigning unit number to each indoor unit is required. DIP switches are normally set to make the unit number 00. Remote DIP switch number Factory...

  • Page 210: 14-3.indoor Unit (setting By Wireless Remote Controller)

    14-3. Indoor unit (setting by wireless remote controller) • The function settings of the control of the indoor unit can be changed by this procedure accord- ing to the installation conditions. Incorrect settings can cause the indoor unit malfunction. • After the power is turned on, perform the “Function setting” according to the installation condi- tions using the remote controller.

  • Page 211

     Function setting procedure Connect the power supply of the outdoor unit. To enter the function setting mode, while holding down the FAN and the SET TEMP. but- tons, press the RESET button. SET TEMP. ( ) RESET Function setting mode display Press the SET TEMP.

  • Page 212

    Proceed to number setting by pressing the FAN button. To return to the function number selection, press the FAN button again. Select the setting number by pressing the or the button. Each time the MODE button is pressed, it switches between the left digit and the right digit. Change digit Send the function mode information by pressing the TIMER MODE button once.

  • Page 213

    Exit the function setting mode by pressing the RESET button. RESET To set custom code , , or , perform same procedures for each code.  Setting up each indoor unit Repeat step from 1. to 11. to set up each indoor unit. If the custom code is other than " ", steps from 1.

  • Page 214

     Remote controller custom code setting Custom code setting of wireless remote controller needs to be same as the setting of the indoor unit. When you change the custom code setting of the wireless remote controller, do as follows: Press the START/STOP button until only the clock is displayed on the remote controller dis- play.

  • Page 215

    Press the MODE button again to return to the clock display. The custom code will be changed. • If no buttons are pressed within 30 seconds after the custom code is displayed, the system re- turns to the original clock display. In this case, start again from step 1. •...

  • Page 216

    ¢ AR-REA2E  Button name and function During address setting mode, indoor unit reject the any operation command from remote con- troller. Function number Refer to Function details Setting number Refer to Function details 10°C HEAT button POWERFUL button Changes the display digits Switches between the setting number (bottom line) and function number (top line)

  • Page 217

    Select the function number by pressing the or the buttons. Each time the 10°C HEAT button is pressed, it switches between the right digit and the left digit. Change digit Change digit Proceed to the setting number by pressing the POWERFUL button. (To return to the function number selection, press the POWERFUL button again.) Select the function number by pressing the or the...

  • Page 218

    Press the button once to transmit the function setting information. 2 short beeps will be emitted from the indoor unit when the signal is received correctly. If wrong code is set, no beep sound will be emitted. 2 short beeps NOTE: Press button within 30 seconds after pressing MODE button.

  • Page 219

     Resetting the power after setting up function of all indoor units NOTES: • If the reset is not performed, function cannot be read correctly. • After all the functions have been set, the circuit breaker needs to be switched off for at least 2 minutes.

  • Page 220

     Remote controller custom code setting Custom code setting of wireless remote controller needs to be same as the setting of the indoor unit. When you change the custom code setting of the wireless remote controller, do as follows: Press the START/STOP button until only the clock is displayed on the display. Press the MODE button for at least 5 seconds to display the current custom code (initially set to A).

  • Page 221

    ¢ AR-REB1E  Button name and function During address setting mode, indoor unit reject the any operation command from remote con- troller. Function number Refer to Function details. Setting number Refer to Function details. 10°C HEAT button POWERFUL button Changes the displayed digits. Switches between the setting number (bottom line) and function number (top line).

  • Page 222

    Select the function number by pressing the or the buttons. Each time the 10°C HEAT button is pressed, it switches between the right digit and the left digit. Change digit Change digit Proceed to the setting number by pressing the POWERFUL button. (To return to the function number selection, press the POWERFUL button again.) Select the function number by pressing the or the...

  • Page 223

    Press the button once to transmit the function setting information. 2 short beeps will be emitted from the indoor unit when the signal is received correctly. If wrong code is set, no beep sound will be emitted. 2 short beeps NOTE: Press button within 30 seconds after pressing MODE button.

  • Page 224

     Resetting the power after setting up function of all indoor units NOTES: • If the reset is not performed, function cannot be read correctly. • After all the functions have been set, the circuit breaker needs to be switched off for at least 2 minutes.

  • Page 225

     Remote controller custom code setting Custom code setting of wireless remote controller needs to be same as the setting of the indoor unit. When you change the custom code setting of the wireless remote controller, do as follows: Press the START/STOP button until only the clock is displayed on the display. Press the MODE button for at least 5 seconds to display the current custom code (initially set to A).

  • Page 226

    ¢ AR-REJ1E (included in UTY-LBTYM)  Button name and function During address setting mode, indoor unit reject the any operation command from remote con- troller. Function number Refer to Function details. Setting number Refer to Function details. 10°C HEAT button ECONOMY button Changes the displayed digits.

  • Page 227

    Select the function number by pressing the or the buttons. Each time the 10°C HEAT button is pressed, it switches between the right digit and the left digit. Change digit Change digit Proceed to the setting number by pressing the ECONOMY button. (To return to the function number selection, press the ECONOMY button again.) Select the function number by pressing the or the...

  • Page 228

    Press the button once to transmit the function setting information. 1 short beep will be emitted from the IR receiver when the signal is received correctly. If wrong code is set, no beep sound will be emitted. 1 short beep NOTE: Press button within 30 seconds after pressing MODE button.

  • Page 229

     Setting up each indoor unit Repeat step from 1. to 8. to set up each indoor unit. If the custom code is other than " ", steps from 1. to 2. and 8. need to be performed.  Resetting the power after setting up function of all indoor units NOTES: •...

  • Page 230

     Remote controller custom code setting Custom code setting of wireless remote controller needs to be same as the setting of the indoor unit. When you change the custom code setting of the wireless remote controller, do as follows: Press the START/STOP button until only the clock is displayed on the display. Press the MODE button for at least 5 seconds to display the current custom code (initially set to A).

  • Page 231: 14-4.indoor Unit (setting By Wired Remote Controller)

    14-4. Indoor unit (setting by wired remote controller) • The function settings of the control of the indoor unit can be changed by this procedure accord- ing to the installation conditions. Incorrect settings can cause the indoor unit malfunction. • After the power is turned on, perform the “Function setting” according to the installation condi- tions using the remote controller.

  • Page 232

    ¢ UTY-RNNYM  Button name and function During address setting mode, indoor unit reject the any operation command from remote con- troller. Function number Refer to Function details Remote controller address Setting number Refer to Function details SET TEMP. “V” and “ Λ...

  • Page 233

    Confirm the setting by pressing the TIMER SET button. The data will be transferred to the indoor unit. Not good Good ● Data is not set up on the indoor unit Data is correctly set up on the indoor unit correctly (-- is displayed.) (Flashing display changes to illuminated display.) ●...

  • Page 234

    ¢ UTY-RVNYM  Function setting procedure Connect the power supply of the outdoor unit. Switch to the function setting mode. When [Menu button] is pressed twice while “Monitor” screen is displayed, it switches to the “Submenu” screen. If [Menu button] is pressed while the “Submenu” screen is displayed, the display returns to the “Monitor”...

  • Page 235

    Select the [Function No.] with pressing the [Cursor button (Left/Right)], and select the Func- tion No. to be set with pressing the [Cursor button (Up/Down)]. Function setting Mo 10:00AM R.C. Function Setting address Cancel: Version Error history Select the [Setting No.] with pressing the [Cursor button (Left/Right)], and select the Setting No.

  • Page 236

    When [Cancel button] is pressed twice while “Function setting” screen is displayed, it switch- es to the “Submenu” screen. Function setting Mo 10:00AM R.C. Function Setting Submenu Mo 10:00AM address Date and time Screen Cancel: Filter sign Version Error history R.C.

  • Page 237

    ¢ UTY-RLRY  Setting procedure by using wired remote controller The function number and the associated setting value are displayed on the LCD of the remote controller. Follow the instructions written in the local setup procedure supplied with the remote controller, and select appropriate setting according to the installation environment.

  • Page 238

    Pressing the "+" or "-" button, to select the function number. Then press the "ENTER" but- ton. Function number Pressing the "+" or "-" button, to select the setting number. Then press the "ENTER" button. Setting number Example: Function number 30 Setting number 01 Error Good...

  • Page 239

    ¢ UTY-RNRYZ*  Setting procedure by using wired remote controller The function number and the associated setting value are displayed on the LCD of the remote controller. Follow the instructions written in the local setup procedure supplied with the remote controller, and select appropriate setting according to the installation environment.

  • Page 240

    “Function No.” screen is displayed. Set the “Function No.” with Function No. Cancel When the “OK” is touched, the display returns to the “Function Setting” screen. Touch the “Function No.” on the “Function Setting” screen. Function Setting Address [002–01] Function No. [30] Setting No.

  • Page 241

    Touch the “Yes” of the verification screen. Function Setting Function setting will be performed. OK? In case of “ERROR” In case of “OK” Function Setting Function Setting Address [002–01] Address [002–01] Function No. [30] Function No. [30] Setting No. [01] Setting No.

  • Page 242: 14-5.indoor Unit (setting By Simple Remote Controller)

    14-5. Indoor unit (setting by simple remote controller) • The function settings of the control of the indoor unit can be changed by this procedure accord- ing to the installation conditions. Incorrect settings can cause the indoor unit malfunction. • After the power is turned on, perform the “Function setting” according to the installation condi- tions using the remote controller.

  • Page 243

    ¢ UTY-RSNYM  Button name and function During address setting mode, indoor unit reject the any operation command from remote con- troller. Function number Setting number Refer to Function details Refer to Function details Remote controller address START/STOP button Transmits function setting FAN button SET TEMP.

  • Page 244

    Select the setting number by pressing the SET TEMP. or SET TEMP. button. The setting number indicator flashes during setting number selection. Setting number Example) Function number : 30, Setting number : 01 Confirm the setting by pressing the TIMER SET button. The data will be transferred to the indoor unit.

  • Page 245

     Resetting the power after setting up function of all indoor units NOTES: • If the reset is not performed, function cannot be read correctly. • After all the functions have been set, the circuit breaker needs to be switched off for at least 2 minutes.

  • Page 246

    ¢ UTY-RSRY/UTY-RHRY  Setting procedure by using wired remote controller The function number and the associated setting value are displayed on the LCD of the remote controller. Follow the instructions written in the local setup procedure supplied with the remote controller, and select appropriate setting according to the installation environment.

  • Page 247

    Select the item number to be set with the SET TEMP. or SET TEMP. button, and press the button to switch to the setting screen. Select the “13” in Menu 2-F1 settings. Then, press the button. Select the 2-wire remote controller address with the SET TEMP. or SET TEMP.

  • Page 248

    Setting results are displayed after data transmission. Press the button to return to the 2-wire remote controller address selection screen of step 9. If setting has been completed, press the FAN button to return to the Menu 2-F1 item selection screen. ...

  • Page 249: 14-6.function Details

    14-6. Function details ¢ 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 setting list Compact Mini Wall...

  • Page 250

    1) Remote controller address setting NOTE: Because this setting is normally done automatically when 2-wire-type wired remote con- troller is installed, setting is unnecessary. Multiple indoor units can be operated by using one wired remote controller. Set the unit number of each indoor unit. Function number Setting value Setting description...

  • Page 251

    3) Ceiling height Select the appropriate ceiling height according to the place of installation. Function number Setting value Setting description Factory setting Standard ♦ High ceiling For the specific height for each setting value, refer to “Installation space” in Chapter 3. "Dimen- sions"...

  • Page 252

    6) Static pressure Select the appropriate static pressure according to the installation conditions. For mini duct type: Function number Setting value Setting description Factory setting 0 Pa 10 Pa 20 Pa 30 Pa 40 Pa 50 Pa Standard (10 Pa: 07, 09, 12 type) ♦...

  • Page 253

    7) Room temperature sensor control for cooling (for other than Mini duct type) Depending on the installed environment, correction of the room temperature sensor may be re- quired. Select the appropriate control setting according to the installed environment. Function number Setting value Setting description Factory setting...

  • Page 254

    10) Room temperature control for wired remote controller sensor (for Mini duct type only) 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 255

    13) 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 ♦ 14) External input control "Operation/Stop" mode or "Forced stop" mode can be selected. Function number Setting value Setting description...

  • Page 256

    17) Indoor unit fan control for energy saving for cooling (for Mini duct type only) Enables or disables the power-saving function by controlling the indoor unit fan rotation when the outdoor unit is stopped during cooling operation. Function number Setting value Setting description Factory setting Disable...

  • Page 257: 14-7.wired Remote Controller (uty-rnnym)

    14-7. Wired remote controller (UTY-RNNYM) Prohibited Dual remote controller setting Prohibited DIP switch 1 °F/°C switch Prohibited Memory backup setting * Do not use DIP switch 2. ¢ Switch location Front case (back side) DIP switch 2 DIP switch 1 - 249 -...

  • Page 258

    ¢ Dip switch 1 setting  SW2: Dual remote controller setting Set the remote controller SW2 according to the following table. Primary unit Secondary unit Number of remote controller Factory setting 1 (Normal) — ♦ 2 (Dual) Indoor unit Remote controller cable 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3...

  • Page 259: 14-8.wired Remote Controller (uty-rvnym)

    14-8. Wired remote controller (UTY-RVNYM) Memory backup setting DIP switch 1 Dual remote controller setting ¢ Switch location ¢ Dip switch setting  SW1: Memory backup setting (only for wired remote controller) Set to “ON” to use batteries for the memory backup. When batteries are not used, all of settings stored in memory will be deleted if there is a pow- er failure.

  • Page 260: 14-9.wired Remote Controller (uty-rlry)

    14-9. Wired remote controller (UTY-RLRY) DIP switch Memory backup setting ¢ Switch location Front case (back side) Set the DIP switch to ON ¢ Dip switch setting  SW1: Memory backup setting (only for wired remote controller) Set to “ON” to use batteries for the memory backup. When batteries are not used, all of settings stored in memory will be deleted if there is a pow- er failure.

  • Page 261: 14-10.wired Remote Controller (uty-rnryz*)

    14-10. Wired remote controller (UTY-RNRYZ*) DIP switch Memory backup setting ¢ Switch location Front case (back side) Set the DIP switch to ON OFF ON ¢ Dip switch setting  SW1: Memory backup setting (only for wired remote controller) Set to “ON” to use batteries for the memory backup. When batteries are not used, all of settings stored in memory will be deleted if there is a pow- er failure.

  • Page 262: 14-11.simple Remote Controller (uty-rsnym)

    14-11. Simple remote controller (UTY-RSNYM) Prohibited Dual remote controller setting °F/°C switch DIP switch Prohibited Prohibited Prohibited ¢ Switch location DIP Switch ¢ Dip switch setting  SW2: Dual remote controller setting Set the remote controller SW2 according to the following table. Primary unit Secondary unit Number of remote controller...

  • Page 263: Accessories

    15. Accessories 15-1. Compact cassette type ¢ Models: AUYG07LVLA, AUYG09LVLA, AUYG12LVLB, AUYG14LVLB, and AUYG18LVLB Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Operating manual Hose band Installation manual Drain hose insulation Coupler heat insulation Remote controller (Large) Coupler heat insulation...

  • Page 264

    15-2. Mini duct type ¢ Models: ARYG07LSLAP, ARYG09LSLAP, ARYG12LSLAP, ARYG14LSLAP, and ARYG18LSLAP Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Installation manual Cable tie (large) (Indoor unit) Operating manual Cable tie (medium) (Indoor unit) Installation manual Filter (small) (Wired remote (For 07/09/12/14 models) controller) Operating manual...

  • Page 265

    15-3. Slim duct type ¢ Models: ARYG07LLTA, ARYG09LLTA, ARYG12LLTB, ARYG14LLTB, and ARYG18LLTB Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Operating manual Cable tie (large) Installation manual Cable tie (medium) Installation template Drain hose Washer Hose band Coupler heat insulation Drain hose insulation (large) Coupler heat insulation...

  • Page 266: Wall Mounted Type

    15-4. Wall mounted type ¢ Models: ASYG07LUCA, ASYG09LUCA, ASYG12LUCA, and ASYG14LUCA Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Operating manual Cloth tape Tapping screw (large), Installation manual M4 × 25 mm Tapping screw (small), Wall hook bracket M3 × 12 mm Remote controller Air cleaning filter Seal A...

  • Page 267

    ¢ Models: ASYG07LMCA, ASYG09LMCA, ASYG12LMCA, ASYG14LMCA, ASYG07LMCE, ASYG09LMCE, ASYG12LMCE and ASYG14LMCE Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Operating manual Cloth tape Tapping screw (large), Installation manual M4 × 25 mm Tapping screw (small), Wall hook bracket M3 × 12 mm Remote controller Air cleaning filter Battery...

  • Page 268

    ¢ Models: ASYG18LFCA, ASYG24LFCA, and ASYG24LFCC Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Operating manual Drain hose insulation Installation manual Cloth tape Tapping screw (large), Wall hook bracket M4 × 25 mm Tapping screw (small), Remote controller M3 × 12 mm Battery Air cleaning filter Remote controller...

  • Page 269: Floor/ceiling Type

    15-5. Floor/Ceiling type ¢ Models: ABYG14LVTA and ABYG18LVTB Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Special nut Operating manual For suspending the indoor unit from ceiling Cable tie (Large) Installation manual For fixing the drain hose Cable tie (Small) Cover plate (Left) For electrical wiring Wire clamper...

  • Page 270

    15-6. Floor type ¢ Models: AGYG09LVCA, AGYG12LVCA, and AGYG14LVCA Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Remote controller Operating manual holder Installation manual Cloth tape Tapping screw (large), Wall hook bracket M4 × 25 mm Tapping screw (small), Remote controller M3 ×...

  • Page 271: Optional Parts

    16. Optional parts 16-1. Controllers ¢ Lineup Type Wireless remote controller Wired remote controller Indoor unit type UTY- UTY- UTY- UTY- RAH2E RAH1E REA2E REB1E RNNYM RVNYM RLRY RNRYZ* Compact cassette — ● — — ◌ ◌ — — Mini duct —...

  • Page 272

    ¢ Parts Wireless remote controller AR-RAH2E AR-RAH1E AR-REA2E AR-REB1E Wired remote controller UTY-RNNYM UTY-RVNYM UTY-RLRY UTY-RNRYZ* IR receiver kit with Wireless remote Simple remote controller controller UTY-LRHYM UTY-LBTYM UTY-RSNYM UTY-RSRY UTY-RHRY - 264 -...

  • Page 273: Cassette Grille

    16-2. Cassette grille ¢ Lineup Indoor units Type Model Compact cassette Cassette grille UTG-UFYD-W ◌ ●: Accessory, ◌: Optional, —: Not applicable ¢ Part Cassette grille UTG-UFYD-W - 265 -...

  • Page 274: Others

    16-3. Others ¢ Lineup Type Air outlet Insulation kit External External Fresh air Auto louver shutter for high control switch Indoor unit type intake kit grille kit plate humidity controller UTZ- UTD- UTD-GXTA-W UTR-YDZB UTZ-KXGC UTY-TERX VXAA ECS5A UTD-GXTB-W Compact cassette ◌...

  • Page 275

    NOTE: Combined use of MODBUS converter, KNX converter, and Wireless LAN interface (UTY-TFSXZ1 only) is not allowed. - 267 -...

  • Page 276

    ¢ Parts Air outlet shutter plate Insulation kit for high humidity Model: UTR-YDZB Model: UTZ-KXGC Insulation For compact cassette type For compact cassette type Fresh air intake kit External control set Model: UTZ-VXAA Model: UTD-ECS5A (×1) (×2) (×1) (×2) For compact cassette type For slim duct type External connect kit External connect kit...

  • Page 277

    Auto louver grille kit Remote sensor unit Model: UTY-XSZX Models: UTD-GXTA-W , UTD-GXTB-W *1: For slim duct type and mini duct type (07-14 For slim duct type and mini duct type models) *2: For slim duct type and mini duct type (18 models) Communication kit Communication kit Model: UTY-XCBXZ2...

  • Page 278: Indoor Unit Installation Precautions

    17. Indoor unit installation precautions NOTE: The information listed below are general precautions. Some models also include items that do not apply. 17-1. Place where prohibited for use • Places where there is a danger of combustible gas leakage. • Places where sulfur gas, chlorine gas, acid, alkali, or other matter which effects equipment is generated.

  • Page 279: Points To Remember When Installing

    17-2. Points to remember when installing • The product shall be installed at a place which can withstand the weight and vibration of the indoor. • To allow maintenance after refrigerant piping, drain piping, and electric wiring connection and installation, provide an installation service space and an inspection port, as required. *Installation service space is shown on "Dimensions"...

  • Page 280

    Work method when reinforcing the heat insulation of on-site piping Slit of heat insulating material Heat insulation reinforcement material Flare connection facing upward (procured at the site) To indoor unit Covered gas pipe (heat insulation strengthened) Fit tightly Heat insulating material Small exposed part Binding material (purpose is to cover the sealant)

  • Page 281: Part 2. Outdoor Unit (5 Rooms Type)

    Part 2. OUTDOOR UNIT (5 ROOMS TYPE) MULTI TYPE: AOYG36LBLA5...

  • Page 282: Specifications

    1. Specifications Type Inverter heat pump Model name AOYG36LBLA5 Power supply 230 V ~ 50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Wall mounted Standard combination of indoor unit ASYG07LMCA × 4 ASYG09LMCA × 1 10.0 Rated Btu/h 34,100 Cooling 3.5—12.5 Min.—Max.

  • Page 283

    Product fiche Model name AOYG36LBLA5 Energy efficiency Cooling class Heating (average) Cooling 10.0 Pdesign Heating SEER Cooling 7.00 kWh/kWh SCOP Heating 4.40 Annual energy con- kWh/a sumption QHE (average) 2,859 Cooling Sound power level High dB (A) Heating - 275 -...

  • Page 284: Dimensions

    2. Dimensions 2-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 Unit: mm Top view 22.2 (cable port) 76.3 Rear view Front view Side view Drain cap mounting hole × 7 Drain pipe mounting hole × 1 Bottom view - 276 -...

  • Page 285: Installation Space

    3. Installation space 3-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 ¢ 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.

  • Page 286

     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. or more 1,500 or more or more or more When there are obstacles at the front and rear.

  • Page 287

     Outdoor unit installation in multi-row Unit: mm Single parallel unit arrangement Multiple parallel unit arrangement or more or more 3,000 3,500 or more or more 600 or more 600 or more 1,500 or more 1,500 or more or more 1,500 or more or more...

  • Page 288: Refrigerant Circuit

    4. Refrigerant circuit 4-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 CONDENSER STRAINER STRAINER SOLENOID VALVE PRESSURE SENSOR MUFFLER CHARGING CHARGING VALVE VALVE EXPANSION EXPANSION EXPANSION EXPANSION EXPANSION VALVE VALVE VALVE VALVE VALVE STRAINER STRAINER STRAINER STRAINER STRAINER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER Indoor unit A Indoor unit B...

  • Page 289: Wiring Diagram

    5. Wiring diagram 5-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 - 281 -...

  • Page 290: Capacity Table

    6. Capacity table 6-1. Combinations ¢ Model: AOYG36LBLA5  Cooling Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kW) Input power (kW) Seasonal data (kW) Room Room Energy effi- (W/W) Pdesign SEER Total Min. Rated Max. Min.

  • Page 291

    Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kW) Input power (kW) Seasonal data (kW) Room Room Energy effi- (W/W) Pdesign SEER Total Min. Rated Max. Min. Rated Max. ciency (kW) (kWh/kWh) class — 1.43 1.84 1.84 4.89 —...

  • Page 292

    NOTES: • 7: 7,000 Btu/h, 9: 9,000 Btu/h, 12: 12,000 Btu/h, 14: 14,000 Btu/h, 18: 18,000 Btu/h, 24: 24,000 Btu/h • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Power source of specifications: 230V – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] •...

  • Page 293

     Heating Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kB- Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Input power (kW) Seasonal data tu/h) (kBtu/h) Room Room SCOP Energy ef- (W/W) Pdesign Total Min. Rated Max. Min. Rated Max. (kWh/ ficiency (kW) kWh) class —...

  • Page 294

    Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kB- Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Input power (kW) Seasonal data tu/h) (kBtu/h) Room Room SCOP Energy ef- (W/W) Pdesign Total Min. Rated Max. Min. Rated Max. (kWh/ ficiency (kW) kWh) class — 1.80 3.06 3.57...

  • Page 295: Cooling Capacity

    6-2. Cooling capacity ¢ Model: AOYG36LBLA5 NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity. Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB...

  • Page 296

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 9.80 1.42 11.08 1.45 11.68 1.46 12.50...

  • Page 297

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 9.80 1.42 11.08 1.45 11.68 1.46 12.50...

  • Page 298

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 9.52 1.37 10.76 1.40 11.34 1.41 12.14...

  • Page 299

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 7.56 1.01 8.54 1.03 9.01 1.03 9.64...

  • Page 300

    ¢ Compact cassette type MODEL: AUYG07LVLA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.64 1.09 1.97 1.33 2.22 1.51 2.51 1.96...

  • Page 301

    MODEL: AUYG18LVLB Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 4.18 2.50 5.03 3.05 5.69 3.47 6.42 4.49 6.86 4.92 7.07 5.63 -5.0 4.18...

  • Page 302

    ¢ Mini duct type MODEL: ARYG07LSLAP Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.64 1.12 1.97 1.36 2.22 1.55 2.51 2.01 2.68 2.20...

  • Page 303

    MODEL: ARYG18LSLAP Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 4.18 2.57 5.03 3.13 5.69 3.57 6.42 4.62 6.86 5.06 7.07 5.79 -5.0 4.18...

  • Page 304

    ¢ Slim duct type MODEL: ARYG07LLTA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.64 1.12 1.97 1.36 2.22 1.55 2.51 2.01 2.68 2.20...

  • Page 305

    MODEL: ARYG18LLTB Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 4.18 2.57 5.03 3.13 5.69 3.57 6.42 4.62 6.86 5.06 7.07 5.79 -5.0 4.18...

  • Page 306

    ¢ Wall mounted type MODELS: ASYG07LMCA, ASYG07LMCE, and ASYG07LUCA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.64 1.13 1.97 1.38 2.22 1.57 2.51...

  • Page 307

    MODEL: ASYG18LFCA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 4.18 2.75 5.03 3.35 5.69 3.82 6.42 4.94 6.86 5.41 7.07 6.19 -5.0 4.18...

  • Page 308

    ¢ Floor/Ceiling type MODEL: ABYG14LVTA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 3.26 2.01 3.93 2.45 4.44 2.79 5.01 3.61 5.36 3.95 5.52...

  • Page 309

    ¢ Floor type MODEL: AGYG09LVCA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 2.10 1.42 2.52 1.73 2.85 1.97 3.22 2.54 3.44 2.78 3.55...

  • Page 310: Heating Capacity

    6-3. Heating capacity ¢ Model: AOYG36LBLA5 NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity. Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 10.28...

  • Page 311

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 10.28 4.30 9.79 4.30 9.40 4.30 9.20 4.29 9.01 4.28 -10.0 -11.0 11.50 4.30 10.96 4.30 10.60 4.30 10.38 4.29...

  • Page 312

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 10.28 4.30 9.79 4.30 9.40 4.30 9.20 4.29 9.01 4.28 -10.0 -11.0 11.50 4.30 10.96 4.30 10.60 4.30 10.38 4.29...

  • Page 313

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 8.23 3.39 7.83 3.39 7.52 3.39 7.36 3.38 7.21 3.38 -10.0 -11.0 9.20 3.39 8.77 3.39 8.48 3.39 8.30 3.38...

  • Page 314

    ¢ Compact cassette type MODEL: AUYG07LVLA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 2.06 1.96 1.88 1.84 1.80 -10.0 -11.0 2.30 2.19 2.12 2.08 2.03 -5.0 -7.0 2.56 2.45 2.36 2.32 2.29 -2.0 2.82...

  • Page 315

    NOTES: • TC: Total Capacity (kW) • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] - 307 -...

  • Page 316

    ¢ Mini duct type MODEL: ARYG07LSLAP Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 2.06 1.96 1.88 1.84 1.80 -10.0 -11.0 2.30 2.19 2.12 2.08 2.03 -5.0 -7.0 2.56 2.45 2.36 2.32 2.29 -2.0 2.82 2.71 2.60...

  • Page 317

    NOTES: • TC: Total Capacity (kW) • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] - 309 -...

  • Page 318

    ¢ Slim duct type MODEL: ARYG07LLTA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 2.06 1.96 1.88 1.84 1.80 -10.0 -11.0 2.30 2.19 2.12 2.08 2.03 -5.0 -7.0 2.56 2.45 2.36 2.32 2.29 -2.0 2.82 2.71 2.60...

  • Page 319

    NOTES: • TC: Total Capacity (kW) • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] - 311 -...

  • Page 320

    ¢ Wall mounted type MODELS: ASYG07LMCA, ASYG07LMCE, and ASYG07LUCA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 2.06 1.96 1.88 1.84 1.80 -10.0 -11.0 2.30 2.19 2.12 2.08 2.03 -5.0 -7.0 2.56 2.45 2.36 2.32 2.29 -2.0...

  • Page 321

    MODEL: ASYG18LFCA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 5.29 5.04 4.83 4.73 4.63 -10.0 -11.0 5.91 5.64 5.45 5.34 5.22 -5.0 -7.0 6.57 6.30 6.07 5.98 5.89 -2.0 7.24 6.96 6.69 6.52 6.36 8.16 7.78...

  • Page 322

    ¢ Floor/Ceiling type MODEL: ABYG14LVTA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 4.11 3.92 3.76 3.68 3.60 -10.0 -11.0 4.60 4.38 4.24 4.15 4.06 -5.0 -7.0 5.11 4.90 4.72 4.65 4.58 -2.0 5.63 5.42 5.20 5.07...

  • Page 323

    ¢ Floor type MODEL: AGYG09LVCA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 2.64 2.52 2.42 2.37 2.32 -10.0 -11.0 2.96 2.82 2.73 2.67 2.61 -5.0 -7.0 3.29 3.15 3.03 2.99 2.94 -2.0 3.62 3.48 3.34 3.26...

  • Page 324: Capacity Compensation Rate For Pipe Length And Height Difference

    7. 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 7-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity.

  • Page 325

    ¢ Indoor unit: 9,000 Btu Pipe length COOLING — — — 0.956 0.942 0.928 — — 0.977 0.963 0.950 0.936 Indoor unit is higher than outdoor unit *1 — 0.988 0.981 0.967 0.954 0.940 0.992 0.992 0.985 0.971 0.957 0.943 1.000 1.000 0.993...

  • Page 326

    ¢ Indoor unit: 14,000 Btu Pipe length COOLING — — — 0.955 0.937 0.922 — — 0.974 0.962 0.945 0.930 Indoor unit is higher than outdoor unit *1 — 0.988 0.978 0.966 0.948 0.934 0.992 0.992 0.982 0.970 0.952 0.937 1.000 1.000 0.990...

  • Page 327

    ¢ Indoor unit: 24,000 Btu Pipe length COOLING — — — 0.978 0.969 0.953 — — 0.986 0.986 0.977 0.961 Indoor unit is higher than outdoor unit *1 — 0.988 0.990 0.990 0.981 0.965 0.992 0.992 0.994 0.994 0.984 0.968 1.000 1.000 1.002...

  • Page 328: Additional Charge Calculation

    8. Additional charge calculation 8-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5 Refrigerant type R410 Refrigerant amount 4,000 ¢ Refrigerant charge Total pipe length 50or less 80 (Max.) 20 g/m Additional charge - 320 -...

  • Page 329: Airflow

    9. Airflow 9-1. Model: AOYG36LBLA5  Cooling 4,200 1,167 2,472  Heating 4,200 1,167 2,472 - 321 -...

  • Page 330: Operation Noise (sound Pressure)

    10. Operation noise (sound pressure) 10-1. Noise level curve ¢ Model: AOYG36LBLA5  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 331: Electrical Characteristics

    11. Electrical characteristics Model name AOYG36LBLA5 Voltage 230 ~ Power supply Frequency Maximum operating current 20.6 Starting current 12.3 CKT. BKR Wiring spec. * Power cable *: Selected sample based on Japan Electrotechnical Standards and Codes Committee E0005. As the regulations of wire size and circuit breaker differ in each country or region, select appropriate devices complied to the regional standard.

  • Page 332: Safety Devices

    12. Safety devices Model Type of protection Protection form AOYG36LBLA5 250 V, 10 A 250 V, 5 A Current fuse (PCB) 400 V, 5 A Circuit protection 250 V, 3.15 A Protector 500 V, 45 A (PCB) 115±15 °C Activate Fan motor stop Fan motor protection Thermal protection program...

  • Page 333: Function Settings

    13. Function settings 13-1. Setting methods WARNING Never touch electrical components such as the terminal blocks or reactor except the switch on the display board. It may cause a serious accident such as electric shock. CAUTION • Once refrigerant charging is completed, be sure to open the valve prior to performing the local settings.

  • Page 334

    ¢ Setting method 1. Be sure to disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker. 2. Change the DIP switch setting according to the required setting. • Various settings can be adjusted by changing DIP switches and push switches on the board of the outdoor unit.

  • Page 335: 13-3.changing The Current Limit Function

    ¢ Description of display LED display lamp Function or operation method • Turns on when the power supply is ON (Including when error occurs). (1) POWER/MODE Green • Indicate the MODE by the number of flashes when the installation function is active. (2) ERROR Flashes at high-speed when there is an error.

  • Page 336: 13-2.outdoor Unit Low Noise Operation Function (option)

    13-2. Outdoor unit low noise operation function (option) Change the outdoor unit low noise operation by using this setting. Optional Central remote controller is necessary to use this function. SET2-1 Setting Factory setting Lower ♦ CAUTION • When the low noise operation function is working, cooling and heating capacity will de- crease.

  • Page 337: Check And Test

    14. Check and test 14-1. Check run • The check run is a function to screen and detect any wiring errors. • After carrying out the check run, you can use the automatic wiring correction function to correct the wiring. •...

  • Page 338

    ¢ Operating procedure for check run CAUTION Initiate check run after more than 12 hours after the power supply is connected. NOTE: Be sure that the indoor unit and outdoor unit are not operating before starting the check run. 1. Press the "CHECK" switch for 3 seconds or more. CHECK 2.

  • Page 339

    4. After the check run is completed, results will be displayed. Fill the displayed results in the re- sult table accordingly. • If the connection is correct (Example: When 4 indoor units are connected) After the number of connected units are displayed, the LED for each unit will light up in or- der from A to D.

  • Page 340

    [How to record the contents] • Fill the displayed results according to the following example. Example: When piping A to D is connected but the wires for B and C are connected in re- verse. <Displayed results> The LEDs will light up in 7 second intervals in the following order. POWER ERROR MONITOR...

  • Page 341

    NOTES: • *1: By using this function, the wiring is automatically corrected according to the piping. • *2: When correcting the wiring manually, please disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker during results display, and then change the wiring manually according to the obtained test results.

  • Page 342

    ¢ Check run judgment failure display If check run cannot be performed, the following is displayed. In this case, the check run will stop. Please check by using the cooling test run of the indoor unit.  Temperature out of range judgment POWER ERROR MONITOR...

  • Page 343: 14-2.test Run

    14-2. Test run CAUTION Always connect the power supply 12 hours prior to the start of the operation in order to protect the compressor. 1. Indoor unit a. Is the drain normal? b. Is there any abnormal noise and vibration during operation? 2.

  • Page 344: 14-3.error Code

    5. Press "TEST RUN" switch for more than 3 seconds. POWER ERROR MONITOR MODE POWER/MODE LED will turn on, and test run stops. 14-3. Error code If an error occurs, the LED will light up to display the error location and the error code. ¢...

  • Page 345: 14-3.error Code

    ¢ Error code display While the error is occurring, briefly press SW1. The error code is displayed. Example: Coil error (Error cord = 9A.1) POWER ERROR MONITOR MODE Blink [A(10)] (High-speed) (9-blink) Display mode LED on: LED off: Blink: (0.5s Light on / 0.5s Light off) Number of blinking: ( )

  • Page 346

    Error code Error type 11.3 Serial communication error 11.4 Serial communication error during operation 16.5 Communication error between controller and outdoor unit 22.1 Indoor unit capacity error 5U.1 Indoor unit error 62.1 PCB model information error 62.3 EEPROM access error 62.8 EEPROM data corruption error 63.1...

  • Page 347: 14-4.pump Down

    14-4. Pump down WARNING During the pump down operation, make sure that compressor is off before you remove the refrig- erant piping. Do not remove the connection pipe while the compressor is in operation with valve open. This may cause abnormal pressure in the refrigeration cycle that leads to breakage and even injury.

  • Page 348

    7. Disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker. NOTE: If the pump down is not stopped by pressing the switch as in step 6, it will stop au- tomatically after 15 minutes and the LED will light as follows. If the pump down is complete, disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker.

  • Page 349: Accessories

    15. Accessories Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Installation manual Drain cap Adapter K 12.70 mm (1/2 in) Drain pipe 2 set 9.52 mm (3/8 in) Adapter L Cable tie with clip 12.70 mm (1/2 in) 2 set (large) 15.88 mm (5/8 in) Adapter H...

  • Page 350: Optional Parts

    16. Optional parts Exterior Part name Model name Summary Set temperatures on timers to best meet individuals’ needs. Includes a large backlit LCD and 4-way navigation pad. Remote controller cable: 0.33 mm² (22AWG) NOTE: The remote controller cable supplied with this controller is for indoor use.

  • Page 351: Outdoor Unit Installation Precautions

    17. Outdoor unit installation precautions NOTE: The information listed below are general precautions. Some models also include items that do not apply. 17-1. Place where prohibited for use • Places where there is a danger of combustible gas leakage. • Places where sulfur gas, chlorine gas, acid, alkali, or other matter which effects equipment is generated.

  • Page 352

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  • Page 353

    Part 3. OUTDOOR UNIT (6 ROOMS TYPE) MULTI TYPE: AOYG45LBLA6...

  • Page 354: Specifications

    1. Specifications Type Inverter heat pump Model name AOYG45LBLA6 Power supply 230 V ~ 50 Hz Available voltage range 198—264 V Wall mounted Standard combination of indoor unit ASYG07LMCA × 5 ASYG09LMCA × 1 12.5 Rated Btu/h 42,700 Cooling 3.5—14.0 Min.—Max.

  • Page 355: Dimensions

    2. Dimensions 2-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 Unit: mm Top view 22.2 (cable port) 76.3 Rear view Front view Side view Drain cap mounting hole × 7 Drain pipe mounting hole × 1 Bottom view - 347 -...

  • Page 356: Installation Space

    3. Installation space 3-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 ¢ 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.

  • Page 357

     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. or more 1,500 or more or more or more When there are obstacles at the front and rear.

  • Page 358

     Outdoor unit installation in multi-row Unit: mm Single parallel unit arrangement Multiple parallel unit arrangement or more or more 3,000 3,500 or more or more 600 or more 600 or more 1,500 or more 1,500 or more or more 1,500 or more or more...

  • Page 359: Refrigerant Circuit

    4. Refrigerant circuit 4-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 CONDENSER STRAINER STRAINER SOLENOID VALVE PRESSURE SENSOR CHARGING MUFFLER CHARGING VALVE VALVE EXPANSION EXPANSION EXPANSION EXPANSION EXPANSION EXPANSION VALVE VALVE VALVE VALVE VALVE VALVE STRAINER STRAINER STRAINER STRAINER STRAINER STRAINER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER...

  • Page 360: Wiring Diagram

    5. Wiring diagram 5-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 - 352 -...

  • Page 361: Capacity Table

    6. Capacity table 6-1. Combinations ¢ Model: AOYG45LBLA6  Cooling Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kBtu/h) Input power (kW) (kBtu/h) Room Room (W/W) Total Min. Max. Min. Max. Rated Rated — — — —...

  • Page 362

    Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kBtu/h) Input power (kW) (kBtu/h) Room Room (W/W) Total Min. Max. Min. Max. Rated Rated — — 1.68 2.16 4.33 4.33 — — 12.5 14.0 3.73 4.84 3.35 —...

  • Page 363

    Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kBtu/h) Input power (kW) (kBtu/h) Room Room (W/W) Total Min. Max. Min. Max. Rated Rated — 1.62 1.62 2.78 3.24 3.24 — 12.5 14.0 3.60 4.84 3.47 — 1.51 1.51 2.59...

  • Page 364

    Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kBtu/h) Input power (kW) (kBtu/h) Room Room (W/W) Total Min. Max. Min. Max. Rated Rated 1.59 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.71 12.5 14.0 3.50 4.84 3.57 1.54 1.97 1.97 1.97 1.97...

  • Page 365

     Heating Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kBtu/h) Input power (kW) (kBtu/h) Room Room (W/W) Total Min. Max. Min. Max. Rated Rated — — — — 4.07 8.13 — — — — 12.2 13.1 3.41 3.54...

  • Page 366

    Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kBtu/h) Input power (kW) (kBtu/h) Room Room (W/W) Total Min. Max. Min. Max. Rated Rated — — 1.78 3.57 3.57 4.58 — — 13.5 16.0 3.59 4.41 3.76 —...

  • Page 367

    Total capacity Combination of indoor unit Rated capacity for each indoor unit (kBtu/h) Input power (kW) (kBtu/h) Room Room (W/W) Total Min. Max. Min. Max. Rated Rated — 1.72 2.21 2.21 2.95 4.41 — 13.5 16.0 3.46 4.41 3.90 — 1.55 1.99 1.99...

  • Page 368

    NOTES: • 7: 7,000 Btu/h, 9: 9,000 Btu/h, 12: 12,000 Btu/h, 14: 14,000 Btu/h, 18: 18,000 Btu/h, 24: 24,000 Btu/h • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Power source of specifications: 230 V – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] •...

  • Page 369: Cooling Capacity

    6-2. Cooling capacity ¢ Model: AOYG45LBLA6 NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity. Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB...

  • Page 370

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 10.98 1.77 12.40 1.80 13.08 1.81 14.00...

  • Page 371

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 10.98 1.77 12.40 1.80 13.08 1.81 14.00...

  • Page 372

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 10.48 1.63 11.84 1.66 12.48 1.68 13.36...

  • Page 373

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connect- Outdoor temperature 18.0 °CDB 21.0 °CDB 23.0 °CDB 27.0 °CDB 29.0 °CDB 32.0 °CDB ing capacity 12.0 °CWB 15.0 °CWB 16.0 °CWB 19.0 °CWB 21.0 °CWB 23.0 °CWB kBtu/h °CDB -10.0 8.73 1.16 9.87 1.18 10.40 1.19 11.14...

  • Page 374

    ¢ Compact cassette type MODEL: AUYG07LVLA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.46 0.97 1.76 1.18 1.98 1.35 2.24 1.75...

  • Page 375

    MODEL: AUYG18LVLB Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 3.75 2.24 4.51 2.73 5.09 3.11 5.75 4.03 6.15 4.40 6.34 5.04 -5.0 3.75...

  • Page 376

    ¢ Mini duct type MODEL: ARYG07LSLAP Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.46 1.00 1.76 1.22 1.98 1.39 2.24 1.79 2.39 1.96...

  • Page 377

    MODEL: ARYG18LSLAP Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 3.75 2.30 4.51 2.81 5.09 3.20 5.75 4.14 6.15 4.53 6.34 5.19 -5.0 3.75...

  • Page 378

    ¢ Slim duct type MODEL: ARYG07LLTA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.46 1.00 1.76 1.22 1.98 1.39 2.24 1.79 2.39 1.96...

  • Page 379

    MODEL: ARYG18LLTB Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 3.75 2.30 4.51 2.81 5.09 3.20 5.75 4.14 6.15 4.53 6.34 5.19 -5.0 3.75...

  • Page 380

    ¢ Wall mounted type MODELS: ASYG07LMCA, ASYG07LMCE, and ASYG07LUCA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.46 1.01 1.76 1.23 1.98 1.40 2.24...

  • Page 381

    MODEL: ASYG18LFCA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 3.75 2.46 4.51 3.00 5.09 3.42 5.75 4.43 6.15 4.84 6.34 5.55 -5.0 3.75...

  • Page 382

    ¢ Floor/Ceiling type MODEL: ABYG14LVTA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 2.92 1.79 3.51 2.19 3.97 2.49 4.48 3.23 4.79 3.53 4.94...

  • Page 383

    ¢ Floor type MODEL: AGYG09LVCA Indoor temperature (°CDB / °CWB) Outdoor temperature 18.0 / 12.0 21.0 / 15.0 23.0 / 16.0 27.0 / 19.0 29.0 / 21.0 32.0 / 23.0 (°CDB) -10.0 1.88 1.27 2.26 1.54 2.55 1.76 2.88 2.28 3.08 2.49 3.17...

  • Page 384: Heating Capacity

    6-3. Heating capacity ¢ Model: AOYG45LBLA6 NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity. Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 10.83...

  • Page 385

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 10.83 5.10 10.31 5.10 9.90 5.10 9.69 5.09 9.49 5.08 -10.0 -11.0 12.04 5.10 11.48 5.10 11.10 5.10 10.86 5.09...

  • Page 386

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 10.83 5.10 10.31 5.10 9.90 5.10 9.69 5.09 9.49 5.08 -10.0 -11.0 12.04 5.10 11.48 5.10 11.10 5.10 10.86 5.09...

  • Page 387

    Indoor temperature Indoor unit connecting Outdoor temperature capacity 16.0 °CDB 18.0 °CDB 20.0 °CDB 22.0 °CDB 24.0 °CDB kBtu/h °CDB °CWB -15.0 -16.0 8.86 4.14 8.44 4.14 8.10 4.14 7.93 4.13 7.76 4.12 -10.0 -11.0 9.85 4.14 9.39 4.14 9.08 4.14 8.89 4.13...

  • Page 388

    ¢ Compact cassette type MODEL: AUYG07LVLA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 1.73 1.65 1.58 1.55 1.52 -10.0 -11.0 1.93 1.84 1.78 1.74 1.70 -5.0 -7.0 2.15 2.06 1.98 1.95 1.92 -2.0 2.48...

  • Page 389

    NOTES: • TC: Total Capacity (kW) • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] - 381 -...

  • Page 390

    ¢ Mini duct type MODEL: ARYG07LSLAP Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 1.73 1.65 1.58 1.55 1.52 -10.0 -11.0 1.93 1.84 1.78 1.74 1.70 -5.0 -7.0 2.15 2.06 1.98 1.95 1.92 -2.0 2.48 2.38 2.29...

  • Page 391

    NOTES: • TC: Total Capacity (kW) • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] - 383 -...

  • Page 392

    ¢ Slim duct type MODEL: ARYG07LLTA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 1.73 1.65 1.58 1.55 1.52 -10.0 -11.0 1.93 1.84 1.78 1.74 1.70 -5.0 -7.0 2.15 2.06 1.98 1.95 1.92 -2.0 2.48 2.38 2.29...

  • Page 393

    NOTES: • TC: Total Capacity (kW) • Values mentioned in the table are based on the following conditions: – Pipe length: 5 m, Height difference: 0 m [Outdoor unit—Indoor unit] - 385 -...

  • Page 394

    ¢ Wall mounted type MODELS: ASYG07LMCA, ASYG07LMCE, and ASYG07LUCA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 1.73 1.65 1.58 1.55 1.52 -10.0 -11.0 1.93 1.84 1.78 1.74 1.70 -5.0 -7.0 2.15 2.06 1.98 1.95 1.92 -2.0...

  • Page 395

    MODEL: ASYG18LFCA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 4.45 4.23 4.07 3.98 3.90 -10.0 -11.0 4.94 4.71 4.56 4.46 4.36 -5.0 -7.0 5.51 5.28 5.09 5.02 4.94 -2.0 6.36 6.11 5.87 5.73 5.59 7.26 6.92...

  • Page 396

    ¢ Floor/Ceiling type MODEL: ABYG14LVTA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 3.46 3.29 3.16 3.10 3.03 -10.0 -11.0 3.85 3.67 3.55 3.47 3.39 -5.0 -7.0 4.29 4.11 3.96 3.90 3.84 -2.0 4.95 4.76 4.57 4.46...

  • Page 397

    ¢ Floor type MODEL: AGYG09LVCA Indoor temperature (°CDB) Outdoor temperature 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 24.0 (°CDB) (°CWB) -15.0 -16.0 2.23 2.13 2.04 2.00 1.96 -10.0 -11.0 2.48 2.37 2.29 2.24 2.19 -5.0 -7.0 2.77 2.65 2.56 2.52 2.48 -2.0 3.19 3.07 2.95 2.88...

  • Page 398: Capacity Compensation Rate For Pipe Length And Height Difference

    7. 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 7-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 NOTE: Values mentioned in the table are calculated based on the maximum capacity.

  • Page 399

    ¢ Indoor unit: 9,000 Btu Pipe length COOLING — — — 0.956 0.942 0.928 — — 0.977 0.963 0.950 0.936 Indoor unit is higher than outdoor unit *1 — 0.988 0.981 0.967 0.954 0.940 0.992 0.992 0.985 0.971 0.957 0.943 1.000 1.000 0.993...

  • Page 400

    ¢ Indoor unit: 14,000 Btu Pipe length COOLING — — — 0.955 0.937 0.922 — — 0.974 0.962 0.945 0.930 Indoor unit is higher than outdoor unit *1 — 0.988 0.978 0.966 0.948 0.934 0.992 0.992 0.982 0.970 0.952 0.937 1.000 1.000 0.990...

  • Page 401

    ¢ Indoor unit: 24,000 Btu Pipe length COOLING — — — 0.978 0.969 0.953 — — 0.986 0.986 0.977 0.961 Indoor unit is higher than outdoor unit *1 — 0.988 0.990 0.990 0.981 0.965 0.992 0.992 0.994 0.994 0.984 0.968 1.000 1.000 1.002...

  • Page 402: Additional Charge Calculation

    8. Additional charge calculation 8-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6 Refrigerant type R410 Refrigerant amount 4,000 ¢ Refrigerant charge Total pipe length 50or less 80 (Max.) 20 g/m Additional charge - 394 -...

  • Page 403: Airflow

    9. Airflow 9-1. Model: AOYG45LBLA6  Cooling 4,200 1,167 2,472  Heating 4,200 1,167 2,472 - 395 -...

  • Page 404: Operation Noise (sound Pressure)

    10. Operation noise (sound pressure) 10-1. Noise level curve ¢ Model: AOYG45LBLA6  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 405: Electrical Characteristics

    11. Electrical characteristics Model name AOYG45LBLA6 Voltage 230 ~ Power supply Frequency Maximum operating current 24.0 Starting current 15.7 CKT. BKR Wiring spec. * Power cable *: Selected sample based on Japan Electrotechnical Standards and Codes Committee E0005. As the regulations of wire size and circuit breaker differ in each country or region, select appropriate devices complied to the regional standard.

  • Page 406: Safety Devices

    12. Safety devices Model Type of protection Protection form AOYG45LBLA6 250 V, 10 A 250 V, 5 A Current fuse (PCB) 400 V, 5 A Circuit protection 250 V, 3.15 A Protector 500 V, 45 A (PCB) 115±15 °C Activate Fan motor stop Fan motor protection Thermal protection program...

  • Page 407: Function Settings

    13. Function settings 13-1. Setting methods WARNING Never touch electrical components such as the terminal blocks or reactor except the switch on the display board. It may cause a serious accident such as electric shock. CAUTION • Once refrigerant charging is completed, be sure to open the valve prior to performing the local settings.

  • Page 408

    ¢ Setting method 1. Be sure to disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker. 2. Change the DIP switch setting according to the required setting. • Various settings can be adjusted by changing DIP switches and push switches on the board of the outdoor unit.

  • Page 409

    ¢ Description of display LED display lamp Function or operation method • Turns on when the power supply is ON (Including when error occurs). (1) POWER/MODE Green • Indicate the MODE by the number of flashes when the installation function is active. (2) ERROR Flashes at high-speed when there is an error.

  • Page 410: Outdoor Unit Low Noise Operation Function (option)

    13-2. Outdoor unit low noise operation function (option) Change the outdoor unit low noise operation by using this setting. Optional Central remote controller is necessary to use this function. SET2-1 Setting Factory setting Lower ♦ CAUTION • When the low noise operation function is working, cooling and heating capacity will de- crease.

  • Page 411: Check And Test

    14. Check and test 14-1. Check run • The check run is a function to screen and detect any wiring errors. • After carrying out the check run, you can use the automatic wiring correction function to correct the wiring. •...

  • Page 412

    ¢ Operating procedure for check run CAUTION Initiate check run after more than 12 hours after the power supply is connected. NOTE: Be sure that the indoor unit and outdoor unit are not operating before starting the check run. 1. Press the "CHECK" switch for 3 seconds or more. CHECK 2.

  • Page 413

    4. After the check run is completed, results will be displayed. Fill the displayed results in the re- sult table accordingly. • If the connection is correct (Example: When 4 indoor units are connected) After the number of connected units are displayed, the LED for each unit will light up in or- der from A to D.

  • Page 414

    [How to record the contents] • Fill the displayed results according to the following example. Example: When piping A to D is connected but the wires for B and C are connected in re- verse. <Displayed results> The LEDs will light up in 7 second intervals in the following order. POWER ERROR MONITOR...

  • Page 415

    NOTES: • *1: By using this function, the wiring is automatically corrected according to the piping. • *2: When correcting the wiring manually, please disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker during results display, and then change the wiring manually according to the obtained test results.

  • Page 416

    ¢ Check run judgment failure display If check run cannot be performed, the following is displayed. In this case, the check run will stop. Please check by using the cooling test run of the indoor unit.  Temperature out of range judgment POWER ERROR MONITOR...

  • Page 417: Test Run

    14-2. Test run CAUTION Always connect the power supply 12 hours prior to the start of the operation in order to protect the compressor. 1. Indoor unit a. Is the drain normal? b. Is there any abnormal noise and vibration during operation? 2.

  • Page 418

    5. Press "TEST RUN" switch for more than 3 seconds. POWER ERROR MONITOR MODE POWER/MODE LED will turn on, and test run stops. 14-3. Error code If an error occurs, the LED will light up to display the error location and the error code. ¢...

  • Page 419

    ¢ Error code display While the error is occurring, briefly press SW1. The error code is displayed. Example: Coil error (Error cord = 9A.1) POWER ERROR MONITOR MODE Blink [A(10)] (High-speed) (9-blink) Display mode LED on: LED off: Blink: (0.5s Light on / 0.5s Light off) Number of blinking: ( )

  • Page 420

    Error code Error type 11.3 Serial communication error 11.4 Serial communication error during operation 16.5 Communication error between controller and outdoor unit 22.1 Indoor unit capacity error 5U.1 Indoor unit error 62.1 PCB model information error 62.3 EEPROM access error 62.8 EEPROM data corruption error 63.1...

  • Page 421: Pump Down

    14-4. Pump down WARNING During the pump down operation, make sure that compressor is off before you remove the refrig- erant piping. Do not remove the connection pipe while the compressor is in operation with valve open. This may cause abnormal pressure in the refrigeration cycle that leads to breakage and even injury.

  • Page 422

    7. Disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker. NOTE: If the pump down is not stopped by pressing the switch as in step 6, it will stop au- tomatically after 15 minutes and the LED will light as follows. If the pump down is complete, disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker.

  • Page 423: Accessories

    15. Accessories Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Installation manual Drain cap Adapter K 12.70 mm (1/2 in) Drain pipe 2 set 9.52 mm (3/8 in) Adapter L Cable tie with clip 12.70 mm (1/2 in) 2 set (large) 15.88 mm (5/8 in) Adapter H...

  • Page 424: Optional Parts

    16. Optional parts Exterior Part name Model name Summary Set temperatures on timers to best meet individuals’ needs. Includes a large backlit LCD and 4-way navigation pad. Remote controller cable: 0.33 mm² (22AWG) NOTE: The remote controller cable supplied with this controller is for indoor use.

  • Page 425: Outdoor Unit Installation Precautions

    17. Outdoor unit installation precautions NOTE: The information listed below are general precautions. Some models also include items that do not apply. 17-1. Place where prohibited for use • Places where there is a danger of combustible gas leakage. • Places where sulfur gas, chlorine gas, acid, alkali, or other matter which effects equipment is generated.

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