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Trane MCX512 G1 Installation Manual

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Installation Manual
NEW STYLUS
Split System, 1-5 Tons
Convertible Type
MCX/MWX Series 60 Hz
Cooling Only
Cooling Only
with Electric
Heater
MCX512 G1
MCX512G1E
MCX518 G1
MCX518G1F
MCX524 G1
MCX524G1B
MCX530 G1
MCX530G1H
MCX536 G1
MCX536G1J
MCX042 G1
MCX042G1J
MCX048 G1
MCX048G1K
MCX060 G1
MCX060G1L
April 2009
Heat Pump
MWX512 G1
MWX518 G1
MWX524 G1
MWX530 G1
MWX536 G1
MWX042 G1
MWX048 G1
MWX060 G1
MS-SVN15B-EN

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  • Page 1: Installation Manual

    Installation Manual NEW STYLUS Split System, 1-5 Tons Convertible Type MCX/MWX Series 60 Hz Cooling Only Cooling Only Heat Pump with Electric Heater MCX512 G1 MCX512G1E MWX512 G1 MCX518 G1 MCX518G1F MWX518 G1 MCX524 G1 MCX524G1B MWX524 G1 MCX530 G1...

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    (MCX) and in cooling or heating modes (MWX). Trane MCX/MWX series of mini-split systems offer three styles of installation: floor, low wall and under ceiling with both LCD wireless remote control or wired control. Trane MCX/MWX series provide flexibility and savings.

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    Warranty is based on the general terms and conditions by country. The warranty is void if the equipment is modified or repaired without the written approval of The Trane Company, if the operating limits are exceeded or if the control system or the electrical wiring is modified.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Typical Installation ..........5 Location and Preparation of Units .

  • Page 5: Typical Installation

    Typical Installation Return air grille Supply air grille contains air filter Adjustable louvers direct air Ceiling mounted Indoor unit Refrigerant tubing/wiring Supply air grille Outdoor unit Adjustable louvers direct air Drain Return air grille contains air filter Floor mounted Low wall mounted Note: For models MCX/MWX 042, MCX/MWX 048, MCX/MWX 060 there are only two styles of installation: under ceiling and low wall MS-SVN15B-EN...

  • Page 6: Location And Preparation Of Units

    Location and Preparation of Units Select an appropriate position that allows every corners of the room to be uniformly air conditioned and where it is easy to route the refrigerant tubing. Ensure that the floor or ceiling construction is sufficient to fully support the weight of the indoor unit.

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    Location and Preparation of Units Figure 4. Min. 120 cm. Min. 20 cm. Do not install unit in direct sunlight or near other heat sources as this may affect performance. Do not allow outside air to directly enter unit or condensate may form at the unit’s discharge.

  • Page 8: Unit Installation

    Unit installation Indoor Unit Select a location to route tubing, wiring and drain pipe between the indoor and outdoor units. Make a hole in the wall using a key hole saw or hole-cutting drill attachment. The hole should be made at a slight downward slant to the outdoor side (Figure 5). Figure 1.

  • Page 9: Figure 8). Then, Push Down On The Side Panel Front And Pull Up (figure

    Unit installation Unscrew at the grille bottom hinges, pull out the screw, and unscrew at the side panel front (Figure 8). Then, push down on the side panel front and pull up (Figure 9). Figure 4. Figure 5. Figure 6. 8.5"(215) 0.83"(21) 0.83"(21)

  • Page 10: Outdoor Unit

    Unit installation WARNING Improper Unit Lift! Test lift unit approximately 24 inches to verify proper center of gravity lift point. To avoid dropping of unit, reposition lifting point if unit is not level. Failure to properly lift unit could result in death or serious injury or possible equipment or property-only damage.

  • Page 11: Connection Of Refrigerant Tubing

    Connection of Refrigerant Tubing WARNING Hazard of Explosion and Deadly Gases! Never solder, braze or weld on refrigerant lines or any unit components that are above atmospheric pressure or where refrigerant may be present. Always remove refrigerant by following the guidelines established by the EPA Federal Clean Air Act or other state or local codes as appropriate.

  • Page 12: Figure

    Connection of Refrigerant Tubing Figure 3. Deburring Befor e After Make a flare at the end of copper tube with a flare tool (Figure 14, 15). Figure 4. Flar e nut Copper tubing Flar e tool Check if (L) is flared uniform and is not cracked or scratched. L Dimension: 1.4 to 1.7 mm (6.35 mm dia) 1.8 to 2.0 mm (9.53 mm dia) 1.9 to 2.2 mm (12.7 mm dia) 2.1 to 2.4 mm (15.88 mm dia) Figure 5.

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    Connection of Refrigerant Tubing Figure 6. Apply r efrigerant lubricant her e Connection For proper connection, align the union tube and flare tube straight with each other, then screw in the flare nut lightly at first to obtain a smooth match (Figure 17). Figure 7.

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    Connection of Refrigerant Tubing Connecting the unit with brazing procedure (Only for MCX/MWX 042-060) Cut the copper tube to the required length with a tube cutter. It is recommended to cut approx. 20-30 cm. longer than the tube length you estimate. Remove burrs at the end of the copper tube with a tube reamer (Figure 12).

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    Connection of Refrigerant Tubing Insulate the entire gas line. Do not allow uninsulated liquid line to come in direct contact with bare gas line. Precautions should be taken to avoid heat damage to the pressure tap valve core during brazing. It is recommended that a wet rag be wrapped around the valve body. It is recommended to use braze shield, soak pad in water and place over suction and liquid lines to protect unit finish.

  • Page 16: Condensate Drain Piping

    Condensate Drain Piping – The drain hose should run straight down the wall to a level where the runoff will not stain the wall. – There should be no traps. Avoid putting the end of the hose in water. – To conveniently drain the system, the drain hose must slant downward, with a slope of at least 1: 50 to prevent leakage.

  • Page 17: Electrical Installation

    Electrical Installation All wiring and grounding must comply with local electrical codes. WARNING Grounding Required! Follow proper local and state electrical code on requirements for grounding. Failure to follow code could result in death or serious injury. WARNING Hazardous Voltage! Disconnect all electric power, including remote disconnects before servicing.

  • Page 18: Remote Control Installation

    Remote Control Installation Locate and attach the wireless remote control and wired control as follows: Do not place the control and the remote control near heat sources or expose to the direct rays of the sun. Do not expose the control to the indoor unit’s supply air stream. Do not place in a confined space.

  • Page 19: Typical Wiring Diagram

    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 1. MCX 512-536G1 (60Hz), Indoor Unit, Cooling only with Wireless Controller. (Residential model, 4 speed) 1. FREEZE SENSOR LOCATED ON EVAPORATOR COIL 2. TEMPERATURE SENSOR LOCATED IN RETURN AIR STREAM GRN/YL ROOM FREEZE DISPLAY SWEEP MOTOR (OPTION) INFRARED RECEIVER GRN/YL...

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    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 2. MCX042-060G1 (60Hz), Indoor Unit, Cooling only with Wireless Controller. (Basic model, 3 speed) 1. FREEZE SENSOR LOCATED ON EVAPORATOR COIL 2. TEMPERATURE SENSOR LOCATED IN RETURN AIR STREAM GRN/YL FREEZE ROOM DISPLAY INFRARED RECEIVER GRN/YL WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER WIRING TO...

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    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 3. MCX 512-536G1 (60Hz), Indoor Unit, Cooling only with Wired Controller. (Residential model, 4 speed) 1. FREEZE SENSOR LOCATED ON EVAPORATOR COIL 2. TEMPERATURE SENSOR LOCATED IN RETURN AIR STREAM GRN/YL FREEZE ROOM DISPLAY SWEEP MOTOR (OPTION) WIRE DISPLAY GRN/YL...

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    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 4. MCX 042-060G1 (60 Hz), Indoor Unit, Cooling only with Wired Controller. (Basic model, 3 speed) 1. FREEZE SENSOR LOCATED ON EVAPORATOR COIL 2. TEMPERATURE SENSOR LOCATED IN RETURN AIR STREAM GRN/YL FREEZE ROOM DISPLAY WIRE DISPLAY GRN/YL POWER SUPPLY WIRING TO...

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    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 5. MCX512-536G1 (60 Hz) Indoor Unit Cooling/Heater with Wireless Controller. (Basic model, 3 speed) MS-SVN15B-EN...

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    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 6. MCX042-060G1 (60 Hz) Indoor Unit Cooling/Heater with Wireless Controller. (Basic model, 3 speed) MS-SVN15B-EN...

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    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 7. MWX 512-536 G1 (60 Hz) Indoor Unit Heat Pump Model with Wireless Controller. (Residential model, 4 speed) SWEEP MOTOR MS-SVN15B-EN...

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    Typical Wiring Diagram Figure 8. MWX 042-060 G1 (60 Hz) Indoor Unit Heat Pump Model with Wireless Controller. (Basic model, 3 speed) MS-SVN15B-EN...

  • Page 27: Dimensional Data

    Dimensional Data Figure 1. Outline Dimensions, MCX/MWX 512-536G1 SLOT (MOUNTING HOLE) LENS FOR WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL RETURN AIR RETURN AIR RUBBER ISOLATOR (QTY. = C) SUCTION CONNECTION LIQUID CONNECTION Table 1. Dimensional Data Connection Size Type Model Liquid Suction Connections IN./mm.

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    Dimensional Data Figure 2. Outline Dimensions, MCX/MWX 042-060G1 LENS FOR WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL RETURN AIR RETURN AIR RUBBER ISOLATOR (QTY.= C) SUCTION CONNECTION LIQUID CONNECTION Table 2. Dimensional Data Connection Size Type Model Liquid Suction Connections IN./mm. IN./mm Each IN./mm MCX/MWX 042G1 3/8 (9.5) 7/8 (22.2)

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    Supersedes MS-SVN15B-EN (February 2009) www.trane.com For more information, contact your local Trane Trane has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement and reserves the right to office or e-mail us at comfort@trane.com change design and specifications without notice.

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