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Haier HBU-14CL03R1 Service Manual

Cassette type low ambient cooling series commercial air conditioning
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Cassette Type Low Ambient Cooling Series
HBU-14CL03/R1
HBU-18CL03/R1
HBU-24CL03/R1
HBU-28CM03/R1
HBU-36CM03/R1
HBU-42CM03/R1
Features
Super low outdoor ambient cooling at -15
Auto-restart function
Group control(if connect with a group controller)
Auto-changeover
Compact design of indoor unit
Weekly timing(if connect with a weekly timer)
With new environment friendly refrigerant R407C
MANUAL CODE: SYJS-006

Service Manual

Commercial Air Conditioning
(AB142ACNAC+AU142AANAC)
(AB182ACNAC+AU182AANAC)
(AB242ACNAC+AU242AANAC)
(AB28NACNAC+AU28NAANAC)
(AB36NACNAC+AU36NAANAC)
(AB42NACNAC+AU42NAANAC)
Haier Group
EDITION:2002.12.31.

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    Super low outdoor ambient cooling at -15 Auto-restart function Group control(if connect with a group controller) Auto-changeover Compact design of indoor unit Weekly timing(if connect with a weekly timer) With new environment friendly refrigerant R407C Haier Group MANUAL CODE: SYJS-006 EDITION:2002.12.31.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CONTENTS Contents……..........…...………...…….1 1. Description of Products & Features…………………...…….1 2. Specifications…………………………. ………………...……3 3. Safety precaution…………………………..………………….9 4. Net dimensions of indoor and outdoor unit………………...11 5. Installation instructions ……………………. ………………..17 6. Parts and functions …………………………..…… ..……….28 7. Remote controller functions………………………….………31 8. Refrigerant diagram…………………………..……………..43 9.
  • Page 3: Contents

    “H” refer to cooling and heating, ”C” refer to cooling only Nominal cooling capacity (BTU/h), 42=42000BTU/h Indoor and outdoor unit code: "B" Cassette type; "U" Outdoor unit “H” means “Haier” New code A B 42 N A C N A C...
  • Page 4 DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTS & FEATURES 1.4 Products characteristic Low ambient temperature cooling technology The system can run the cooling operation at the low ambient temperature -15 HFC refrigerant technology To protect the environment, we have adopted the HFC refrigerant. The HFC R407C is of aero ODP for the purpose of environmental protection.
  • Page 5: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS 2 SPECIFICATIONS Item Model HBU-14CL03/R1 Function Cooling Heating 14000 Capacity BTU/h Total power input 2000 7.00 EER or COP BTU/W Dehumidifying capacity 10‐³×m³/h 1PH, 220V-230V, 50HZ Power source PH-V-Hz Running current/Starting current 9.52/48.5 Power cable AB142ACNAC / WHITE Unit model (color) Type ×...
  • Page 6 SPECIFICATIONS Item Model HBU-18CL03/R1 Cooling Heating Function 18000 Capacity BTU/h Total power input 2000 9.00 EER or COP BTU/W Dehumidifying capacity 10‐³×m³/h 1PH, 220V-230V, 50HZ Power source PH-V-Hz 7.8/38.2 Running current/Starting current Power cable AB182ACNAC / WHITE Unit model (color) Type ×...
  • Page 7 SPECIFICATIONS Item Model HBU-24CL03/R1 Cooling Heating Function 24000 Capacity BTU/h Total power input 2800 8.57 EER or COP BTU/W Dehumidifying capacity 10‐³×m³/h 1PH,220V~230V,50Hz Power source PH-V-Hz 13.5/65 Running current Power cable AB242ACNAC / WHITE Unit model (color) CENTRIFUGAL×1 Type × Number 700/590/470 Speed r/min...
  • Page 8 SPECIFICATIONS Item Model HBU-28CM03/R1 Cooling Heating Function 28000 Capacity BTU/h Total power input 2800 10.0 EER or COP BTU/W Dehumidifying capacity 10‐³×m³/h 3N,380V~400V,50Hz Power source PH-V-Hz 13.5/65 Running current Power cable AB28NACNAC / WHITE Unit model (color) CENTRIFUGAL×1 Type × Number 700/590/470 Speed r/min...
  • Page 9 SPECIFICATIONS Item Model HBU-36CM03/R1 Cooling Heating Function 36000 Capacity BTU/h Total power input 3900 9.23 EER or COP BTU/W Dehumidifying capacity 10‐³×m³/h 3N, 380V-400V, 50HZ Power source PH-V-Hz Running current Power cable AB36NACNAC / WHITE Unit model (color) CENTRIFUGAL× 1 Type ×...
  • Page 10 SPECIFICATIONS Item Model HBU-42CM03/R1 Cooling Heating Function 42000 Capacity BTU/h Total power input 4500 EER or COP BTU/W 9.3 / Dehumidifying capacity 10‐³×m³/h 3N, 380V-400V, 50HZ Power source PH-V-Hz Running current Power cable Unit model (color) AB42NACNAC / WHITE CENTRIFUGAL×3 Type ×...
  • Page 11: Safety Precaution

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Please read these "Safety Precautions" first then accurately execute the installation work. Though the precautionary points indicated herein are divided under two headings, WARNING those points which are related to the strong possibility of an installation done in error CAUTION WARNING resulting in death or serious injury are listed in the...
  • Page 12 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING When setting up or moving the location of the air conditioner, do not mix air etc. or anything other than the designated refrigerant (please see nameplate) within the refrigeration cycle. Rupture and injury caused by abnormal high pressure can result from such mixing. Always use accessory parts and authorized parts for installation construction.
  • Page 13: Net Dimensions Of Indoor And Outdoor Unit

    NET DIMENSIONS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT 4 NET DIMENSIONS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT Model: HBU-14CL03/R1 Indoor unit Model: HBU-14CL03/R1 Outdoor unit - 12 -...
  • Page 14 NET DIMENSIONS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT Model: HBU-18CL03/R1 Indoor unit Model: HBU-18CL03/R1 Outdoor unit 100 100...
  • Page 15 NET DIMENSIONS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT Model: HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 Indoor unit 860-890 (天花板开孔) 悬挂位置...
  • Page 16 NET DIMENSIONS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT Model: HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 Outdoor unit Screw Hole (M10) 1024 Power Wiring Terminal Power Wiring Distribution Hole Back Air-flow Hole Installation Servicing Space(at Least) Unit:mm Back Air- flow Hole Installation Outlet Air-flow Hole Repairing Space Dimension Leave space Leave space Note (1) Fix the parts with screws...
  • Page 17 NET DIMENSIONS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT Model: HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 Indoor unit 1250-1280 (ceiling hole) 1070 1340 (hanging position) 1230 - 16 -...
  • Page 18 NET DIMENSIONS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT Model: HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 Outdoor unit Screw Hole (M10) Power wiring Terminal Back Air-flow Hole Installation Servicing Space(at Least) Back Air- Unit:mm flow Hole Installation Outlet Air-flow Hole Repairing Space Dimension Leave space Leave space Note : (1).
  • Page 19: Installation Instructions

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5.1 Installation tools 1. Cross screwdriver 2 .Metal saw 3 .60,70mm drill 4. Inner hexagon spanner, shifting spanner 5 .Spanner(14, 17, 19,24,27mm diameter) 6. Pipe cutter 7. Pipe expander 8. Knife 9 .Pliers 10. Leak detector or soap liquor 11.
  • Page 20 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (2) Ceiling height Indoor unit can be installed on ceiling of 2.5-3m in height. (Refer to Foeld setting and Installation Manual of ornament panel.) (3) Install suspending bolt. Check if the installation place is strong enough to hold weight. Take necessary measures in case it is not safe.
  • Page 21 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS HBU-24,28 Refrigerant pipe Suspending bracket Suspending bolts (Distance between suspending bolts) Ceiling 840(Indoor unit) 890(Ceiling opening) 950(Ornament panel) HBU-36,42 890(Ceiling opening) Note: 1070 (Distance between suspending bolts) Dimension of ceiling opening marked with * can be as large as 910mm, but the matching part of ceiling with ornament panel shall be over 20mm.
  • Page 22: Refrigerant Piping

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5.3.4 Installation In the case of new ceiling (1) Install unit temporally Put suspending bracket on the suspending bolt. Be sure to use nut and washer at both ends of the bracket. As for the dimensions of ceiling hole, see paper pattern. Ask your real estate dealer for details. Center of the hole is marked on the paper pattern.
  • Page 23 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5.3.6 Installation of drainage pipe (1) Install water drainage pipe Pipe dia, shall be equal or larger than that of unit piping.(pipe of polyethylent; size: 25mm; O.D:32mm) Drain pipe should be short, with a downward slope at least 1/100 to prevent air bag from happening. If downward slope can't be made, take other measures to lift it up.
  • Page 24: Wiring Example

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5.3.7 Wiring All supplied parts. materials and wiring operation must in appliance with local code and regulations. Use copper wire only. When make wiring, please refer to wiring diagram also. All wiring work must be done by qualified electricians. A circuit breaker must be installed, which can cut power supply to all system.
  • Page 25 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (2) Remove cover plate at corner Tear off the adhesive tape, and slide it off. (Refer to Fig. 3) Slide Adhesive tape Fig. 3 2. Install ornament panel on indoor unit. For indoor unit installation, please refer to Installation Manual. Fig.
  • Page 26 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 4. Installation of inlet grill and cover plate Installation of inlet grill Install in reversed order of “Prepare ornament pandl”. Inlet grill can be adjusted into four directions by turning inlet grill. Inlet grill position can be adjusted as per customers request.
  • Page 27: Installation Of Outdoor Unit

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5.4 Installation of outdoor unit 5.4.1 Selection of installation place Place strong enough to support the unit and will not cause vibration and noise. Place where discharged wind and noise do not cause a nuisance to the neighbors. Place where is less affected by rain or direct sunlight and is sufficiently ventilated, or to install a shield.
  • Page 28 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Open the valve rod for the 2-way valve to and 2way V. angle of anticlockwise 90 degree. After 6 seconds later, close the 2-way valve and 3way V. male the inspection of gas leakage. 90° Service port 90° for 6 sec.
  • Page 29 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 5.5 Pay special care to the following and check after installation Unproper installation may cause Check Item to the checked Unit might fall down, make vibration or noise. Is indor indoor unit firmly installed? This may lead to gas shortage. Is gas leakage dheck performed? Dew or water drop may occur.
  • Page 30: Parts And Functions

    PARTS AND FUNCTIONS 6 PARTS AND FUNCTIONS 6.1 Drawings Indoor unit Swing louver (Air flow direction can be adjusted by using the SWING button on the remote controller) Electrical Components Case Air Inlet Grille Air Filter (Inside of the Inlet Grille) 14 series Unit indication section Swing louver...
  • Page 31: Electrical Wiring

    PARTS AND FUNCTIONS Discharge unit (built in) In cooling operation,to Drain Hose discharge the water from inside the room. Swing fender (located in the outlet) Refrigerant pipe Cable line Outlet Earthing line Air filter (located in the suction grill) Remote Controller Suction grill 24,28,36,42 series Outdoor unit...
  • Page 32 PARTS AND FUNCTIONS Air inlet Compressor(inside of unit) Air outlet 18 series Air inlet Air inlet Air outlet Air outlet Compressor (Inside of unit) Compressor (Inside of unit) For series 36, 42 For series 24, 28 - 31 -...
  • Page 33: Remote Controller Functions

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS 7 REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS Buttons and display of the remote controller. Power ON/OFF TEMP Used for unit start and Used to select your stop. desired temp. SWING Used to set auto fan AUTO direction.
  • Page 34: Fan Speed

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS Buttons and display of the remote controller. HEAT FAN OPERATION COOL AUTO SIGNAL SENDING AUTO TEMP. SWING TEMP SWING CLOCK FAN SPEED MODE LOCK CLOCK TIMER SLEEP AUTO TIMER OFF LOCK RESET AUTO TIMER ON SLEEP Clock set...
  • Page 35: Remote Controller Operation

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATION Remote controller's operation When in use, put the signal transmission head directly to the receiver hole on the indoor unit. The distance between the signal transmission head and the receiver hole should be within 7m without any obstacle as well.
  • Page 36: Guide To Operation

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS GUIDE TO OPERATION FAN operation (1) Unit start Press ON/OFF button, unit starts. Previous operation status appears on display. (Not Timer setting) Power indicator on indoor unit lights up. (2) Select operation mode Press MODE button. For each press, operation mode changes as follows: AUTO COOL HEAT...
  • Page 37 REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS GUIDE TO OPERATION AUTO run, COOL,HEAT and DRY operation Use COOL in summer. Recommendations Use HEAT in winter. Use DRY in spring,autumn and in damp climate. (1) Unit start Press ON/OFF button, unit starts. Previous operation status appears on display.(Not Timer setting) Power indicator on indoor unit lights up.
  • Page 38: Fan Speed Selection

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS GUIDE TO OPERATION (4) Fan speed selection Press FAN button. For each press, fan speed changes as follows: AUTO AUTO COOL operation starts when room Unit runs at the speed displayed on LCD. temp. is higher than temp. setting. Ultra-low air flow In HEAT mode, warm air will blow out after a short period Temp.
  • Page 39: Timer Operation

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS GUIDE TO OPERATION TIMER operation Set Clock correctly before starting Timer operation(refer to page 6) You can let unit start or stop automatically at following times: Before you wake up in the morning, or get back from outside or after you fall asleep at night. TIMER ON/OFF (1)After unit start, select your desired operation mode.
  • Page 40 REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS GUIDE TO OPERATION TIMER ON-OFF (1)After unit start, select your desired operation mode Operation mode will be displayed on LCD. Power indicator on indoor unit lights up. (2)Press TIMER button to change TIMER mode Every time the button is pressed, display changes as follows: blank TIMER ON TIMER OFF...
  • Page 41: Air Flow Direction Adjustment Procedure

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Adjusting up/down air flow direction Up/down direction can be adjusted by using the SWING button on the remote c ontroller. Each time pressing this button, the mode changes in the following sequence. No indication SWING (louver stopped)
  • Page 42 REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS Comfortable Sleep At night, before going to bed you can press down the SLEEP button on the controller and the air-conditioner will run by the comfortable sleeping mode to make you sleep more comfortable. Press SLEEP button once to make the air conditioner have the previous-set sleep time (first power-on is "1h"), the sleep symbol will appear.
  • Page 43 REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS Remote Control: There is a telecommunication interface for remote control on the control panel of the indoor unit. After the peripheral equipment have been installed in accordance with the instruction manual of the selected remote control detector, the air conditioner will be computerized and controlled from a far-away place.
  • Page 44: Remote Controller

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS 7.2 Additional introduction to the remote controller for HBU-14 series Remote controller 13. FILTER Button Used to set up/down function of the filter. After air conditioner operated for a period, dusts were gradually accumulated on the filter ,and the filter up/down function can be used to clean the filter.
  • Page 45: Refrigerant Diagram

    REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS & REFRIGERANT DIAGRAM 7.3 Dimensions of the controller REMOTE CONTROL UINT MODEL YR-D23 1.DO NOT MIX OLD WITH NEW BATTE RIES AND DO NOT USE BATTERIES OF DIFFERENT TYPES TOGETHER 2.INSERT CORRECTLY 2 TWO R-03 BATTERIES IN THE POLARITY TEMP 3.PLEASE REMOVE THE BATTERIES...
  • Page 46: Electrical Control Functions

    ELECTRICAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS 9 ELECTRICAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS 9.1 Control Features The brief introduction includes those for each item of various types of air conditioners and The brief introduction includes those for each item of various types of air conditioners and their electric control functions.
  • Page 47 ELECTRICAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS (2) Auto Selection of Wind Speed In the following, Tr means room temperature while Ts means setting temperature. a. During cooling program conversion of wind speed from the low to high won’t work until the present speed has continued for 3 minutes while conversion from the high to low needs no time delay.
  • Page 48 ELECTRICAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS blowing fan runs at setting wind speed. This working area is defined as area A. (2) Ts Tr Ts + 2 , the compressor and outdoor blowing fan run for 10 minutes then pause for 6 minutes, while indoor blowing fan runs at low wind speed. This working area is defined as area B.
  • Page 49 ELECTRICAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS setting wind speed. (6) Afterheat blowing during heating program During heating program, the compressor will stop running (except overheat protection or frost removal) while the indoor blowing fan will firstly run for 50 seconds at low speed then stop.
  • Page 50 (12) Monitoring of remote network Through preset interface, the air conditioner is connected to remote control detector (made by Haier) with 2-core cables for wire communication, to execute instructions sent from computer or centralized controller via remote control detector and meanwhile send present running status and trouble information of the machine to remote control detector.
  • Page 51 ELECTRICAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS 9.2 Introduction to the fan speed controller 210V The low ambient temperature cooling system realizes starting normally at the temperature -15 by the method of: The sensor collects the coil temperature to change the voltage of the outdoor fan motor, thus to change the fan speed. As a result, the system pressure is restricted.
  • Page 52 ELECTRICAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS 9.3 Defrost operation flow chart Come to defrost Compressor Open outdoor fun Compressor Condition off or 55s? E-Heat off for 30s? compress Return Operation indoor fun motor Return 4-way value Turn off compressor Return outdoor fun compressor Compressor ON ? Turn off for...
  • Page 53: Diagnostic Information(Trouble Shooting)

    DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION (TROUBLE SHOOTING) 10 DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION (TROUBLE SHOOTING) 10.1 Fault codes Flash time of compressor Code Trouble contents (new) running indicate lamp drainage system trouble indoor temperature sensor broken indoor coil temperature sensor broken outdoor temperature sensor broken outdoor coil temperature sensor broken over current protect limit pressure protect three phase protect...
  • Page 54 DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION (TROUBLE SHOOTING) 10.2 Trouble shooting - Detailed for engineer - 53 -...
  • Page 55 DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION (TROUBLE SHOOTING) - 54 -...
  • Page 56 DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION (TROUBLE SHOOTING) - 55 -...
  • Page 57 DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION (TROUBLE SHOOTING) - 56 -...
  • Page 58: Electrical Data

    ELECTRICAL DATA 11 ELECTRICAL DATA 11.1 Wiring Diagram HBU-14CL03/R1 INDOOR WIRING DIAGRAM R: RED B: BLACK W: WHITE BL:BLUE GR:GRAY BR: BROWN Y/G: YELLOW/GREEN NOTE: THE PART IN THE DASHED FRAME IS OPTIONAL ELEMENT - 57 -...
  • Page 59 ELECTRICAL DATA HBU-18CL03/R1 - 58 -...
  • Page 60 ELECTRICAL DATA HBU-24CL03/R1 - 59 -...
  • Page 61 ELECTRICAL DATA HBU-28CM03/R1 HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 - 60 -...
  • Page 62 ELECTRICAL DATA 11.2 Circuit Diagram 11.2.1 Indoor unit HBU-14CL03/R1 - 61 -...
  • Page 63 ELECTRICAL DATA HBU-18CL03/R1 CN13 LM358 LM358 Y.S.J CN12 9014 9014 2803 0.01UF/275 W.F.J 5.6K H.X.F 9014 TEST RESET XOUT VREF TMP87C846 101K PUMP CN11 4148 EX TH H IGH PIN . COOLING 331K COOLING ONLY HEATING 600D 4.7UF/50V NO AUTO AUTO RESTART RESTART...
  • Page 64 ELECTRICAL DATA HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 R24 33K 10K/0.5W TM P87PH4 6N EEPROM 93C46 10K/0.5W 4007 TLP371 4007 2.2K 5.6K 5.6K 5.6K TLP521 2803 9014 PUMP CN12 TEST PUMP RESET 5.6K XOUT VREF 9014 9014 0.01UF/275 CN11 Pin. high low CHECK cooling cooling...
  • Page 65 ELECTRICAL DATA 11.3 Thermostat chart (Sensor resistance-temperature graph) Model: HBU-14CL03/R1 HBU-18CL03/R1 HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 Ambient temperature sensor Coil temperature sensor Indoor Ambient temperature sensor Coil temperature sensor Fan speed controller sensor Outdoor The resistance-temperature charts are shown on the next pages. - 64 -...
  • Page 66 ELECTRICAL DATA - 65 -...
  • Page 67 ELECTRICAL DATA - 66 -...
  • Page 68 ELECTRICAL DATA - 67 -...
  • Page 69: Exploded Views And Parts Lists

    EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS 12 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS 12.1 Model HBU-14CL03/R1 indoor unit - 68 -...
  • Page 70 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-14CL03/R1 Part list of indoor unit Name of part Specialized Number Remark Guard assembly 0010800868 Indoor fan motor 0010400705 Motor fix plate 0010100531 Swing 001A13011049 Ventilate duct 0010201129 Centrifugal fan 0010250024 Fan in-built part 0010250101 Fix bolt 001A5002204A Evaporator assembly...
  • Page 71 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS Model HBU-14CL03/R1 outdoor unit - 70 -...
  • Page 72 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-14CL03/R1 Part list of outdoor unit Name of part Part specialized code QTY. Remark Front grille 001A1436043A Front panel 001A1101066 Axial fan 001A2331030A Fan motor 001A3000089 Bracket for fan motor 001A1101068 Condenser 0010750537 Back grille 001A1101067 Panel(top ) 001A1101010...
  • Page 73 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS 12.2 Model HBU-18CL03/R1 indoor unit - 72 -...
  • Page 74 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-18CL03/R1 Part list of indoor unit Part name Specialized number QTY. Remark Bottom plate assy. 10800033 wiring fix plate 001A1301353 baffle 001A1301367 transparent plate 001A1439566A pump Bracket 001A1302753 Water pump motor 0010450169 Float Switch 001A3400076 Drainage pipe 001A1439569 Pipe temp.
  • Page 75 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS Model HBU-18CL03/R1 outdoor unit - 74 -...
  • Page 76 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-18CL03/R1 Part list of outdoor unit Part name Specialized number QTY. Remark Front guard assy. 001A1303126A Front panel 001A0100123 Axial fan 001A2331024 Fan motor 001A3000069 Motor mounting plate 001A0100510 Condenser assy. 0010750401 Guard for heat exchanger 001A1303128 Slide plate(left) 001A0100356...
  • Page 77 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS 12.3 Model: HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1, indoor unit panel - 76 -...
  • Page 78 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 Part list of the panel Part name Specialized number QTY. Remark corner cover 001A01001101 corner cover(with indication lamp) 001A0100505 inlet grill 001A1232228 air filter 001A2400124 lift switch(right) 001A1446847 spring 001A5501056 lift switch(left) 001A1446846 fix clamp of air filter 001A1433845 fortified tendon...
  • Page 79 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS Model HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 indoor unit - 78 -...
  • Page 80 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 Part list of indoor unit Part name Specialized number QTY. Remark bottom plate assy. 001A0100708 swing 001A1301741 fix plate of motor 001A1301743 motor bracket 001A1301668 indoor motor 001A3000219 press board 001A1301742 indoor fan 001A2300088 boarding 001A1301752...
  • Page 81 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS Model HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 outdoor unit - 80 -...
  • Page 82 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 Part l ist of outdoor unit Part name Specialized number QTY. Remark front guard grill assy. 001A0100122 handle 001A1436160 front panel 001A0100261 service panel 001A0100524 axial fan 001A5402022 outdoor motor 001A3000202 motor bracket 001A0100530 condenser assy.
  • Page 83 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS 12.4 Model: HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1, indoor unit panel - 82 -...
  • Page 84 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 Part list of panel Part name Specialezed number QTY. Remark corner cover 0100505 inlet grill 1232241 air filter 2400110 spring 5501056 lift switch(right) 1446847 lift switch(left) 1446846 fix clamp of air filter 1433845 stator of corner cover 1301654 panel...
  • Page 85 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS Model HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 indoor unit - 84 -...
  • Page 86 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 Part list of indoor unit Part name Specialized number QTY. Remark electrical box cover2 001A1232307 electrical box cover1 001A1232306 terminal block 001A4000151 fan mortor capacitor 001A3600232 transformer 001A3800141 0010400213 electrical box 001A1232305 fan motor filter 001A1301815 wind ring 001A1231308...
  • Page 87 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 Outdoor Units - 86 -...
  • Page 88 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 Part list of ourdoor unit Part name Specialized number QTY. Remark inlet grill 001A0100122 front panel 001A0100492 axial fan 001A5402022 outdoor motor 0010450279 bracket of outdoor unit 001A0100740 AC contactor 001A3100025 capacitor of fan motor 001A3600018 condenser 001A0400165...
  • Page 89: Perdormance Curves

    PERFORMANCE CURVES 13 PERFORMANCE CURVES HBU-14CL03/R1 Cooling capacity graph 6.50 6.00 5.50 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 Indoor 2.00 DB( ) 1.50 1.00 Outdoor temperatur( ) EER graph 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 Indoor 1.00 DB( ) 0.50 0.00 Outdoor temperature( )
  • Page 90 PERFORMANCE CURVES HBU-18CL03/R1 Cooling capacity graph 7.50 7.00 6.50 6.00 5.50 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 Indoor DB( ) 2.50 2.00 Outdoor temperature( ) EER graph 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 Indoor 2.00 DB( ) 1.50 1.00 Outdoor temperature( ) - 89 -...
  • Page 91 PERFORMANCE CURVES HBU-24CL03/R1 Cooling capacity graph 10.00 9.00 8.00 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 Indoor 1.00 DB( ) 0.00 Outdoor temperature( ) EER graph 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 Indoor 0.50 DB( ) 0.00 Outdoor temperature( ) - 90 -...
  • Page 92 PERFORMANCE CURVES HBU-28CM03/R1 Cooling capacity graph 12.00 11.00 10.00 9.00 8.00 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 Indoor 1.00 DB( ) 0.00 Outdoor temperature( ) EER graph 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 Indoor 0.50 DB( ) 0.00 Outdoor temperature( ) - 91 -...
  • Page 93 PERFORMANCE CURVES HBU-36CM03/R1 Cooling capacity graph 18.00 16.50 15.00 13.50 12.00 10.50 9.00 7.50 6.00 4.50 3.00 Indoor 1.50 DB( ) 0.00 Outdoor temperature( ) EER graph 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 Indoor 0.50 DB( ) 0.00 Outdoor temperature( ) - 92 -...
  • Page 94 PERFORMANCE CURVES HBU-42CM03/R1 Cooling capacity graph 20.0 17.5 15.0 12.5 10.0 Indoor DB( ) Outdoor DB( EER graph Indoor DB( ) Outdoor DB( - 93 -...
  • Page 95: Noise Level Charts

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  • Page 96: Air Velocity Distribution

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  • Page 97 AIR VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION Model: HBU-24CL03/R1 HBU-28CM03/R1 a. Cooling / Air Velocity Distribution Cooling Blowy angle:40 Air Velocity Distribution b. Cooling / Temperature Distribution Cooling Blowy angle:40 Temperature Distribution - 96 -...
  • Page 98 AIR VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION Model: HBU-36CM03/R1 HBU-42CM03/R1 a. Cooling / Air Velocity Distribution Cooling Blowy angle:40 Air Velocity Distribution b. Cooling / Temperature Distribution Cooling Blowy angle:40 Temperature Distribution - 97 -...
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