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TECHNICAL DATA

Gas Heat Pump
Air Conditioner
M2 High Power Excel W Multi
OUTDOOR MODEL No.
PRODUCT CODE No.
SGP-EGW190M2G2W
182680140
REFERENCE No. TD7110005-00

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  • Page 1: Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA Gas Heat Pump Air Conditioner M2 High Power Excel W Multi OUTDOOR MODEL No. PRODUCT CODE No. SGP-EGW190M2G2W 182680140 REFERENCE No. TD7110005-00...
  • Page 2 High Power Excel W Multi Contents System Configuration ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・A-1 Outdoor Unit ・...
  • Page 3 System Configuration Contents 1. Type Configuration (1) Outdoor unit ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ A-2...
  • Page 4 System Configuration 1. Type Configuration (1) Outdoor unit Equivalent horsepower (20) SGP-EGW190M2G2W (single-phase)
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Outdoor Unit Contents 1. Gas Usage Conditions (1) Usable Gas ·····················································································································B-2 (2) Gas Supply Pressure ······································································································B-2 (3) Applicable Gas Type·······································································································B-2 (4) Gas Maximum Flow Volume ···························································································B-2 (5) When using Propane ······································································································B-3 2. Specifications ····················································································································B-4 3. External Dimensions ········································································································B-5 4. Wiring Diagram ·················································································································B-6 5.
  • Page 6: Gas Usage Conditions

    Outdoor Unit 1. Gas Usage Conditions (1) Usable Gas 1) Depending upon the calorific value of the natural gas, the setting for the gas fuel flow rate adjustment nozzle will differ. (2) Gas Supply Pressure Units:mbar Gas Type Maximum Standard Minimum H,L,E (3) Applicable Gas Type...
  • Page 7: When Using Propane

    Outdoor Unit 1. Conditions for gas use (5) When using Propane When using Propane as the gas fuel it is necessary to adjust the fuel adjustment valve and the gas type setting. 1.Fuel valve setting With the power supply breaker for the outdoor unit 1) Move the lever of the P/N switch that is attached to the mixer part of the engine to the position shown in the diagram.
  • Page 8: Specifications

    Engine Model No. SGP-EGW190M2G2W Displacement (L) 2.488 External dimensions (mm) Rated output (kW) 12.4 Height 2,248 Type Sanyo Genuine Width 1,800 Quantity (L) Depth 1,000(+60) DC12V × 2.2kW Starter motor Weight (kg) AC/DC conversion type DC Starter type Performance (kW)
  • Page 9: External Dimensions

    Outdoor Unit 3. External Dimensions...
  • Page 10: Wiring Diagram

    Outdoor Unit 4. Wiring Diagram...
  • Page 11: Performance Characteristics

    Outdoor unit 5. Performance Characteristics Cooling Performance • Gas consumption (including gas consumption for power generation) • Power generation amount (Unit: kW) Indoor intake air wet bulb temperature °CWB Outdoor air 16°C 18°C 19°C 20°C 22°C 24°C temperature Power Power Power Power Power...
  • Page 12 Outdoor unit 5. Performance Characteristics Heating Performance • Gas consumption (including gas consumption for power generation) • Power generation amount (Unit: kW) Indoor intake air dry bulb temperature °CWB Outdoor air temperature 16°C 18°C 20°C 22°C 24°C Power Power Power Power Power °CDB...
  • Page 13: Operating Sound Level Characteristics

    Outdoor Unit 6. Operating Sound Level Characteristics (1) Standard Mode...
  • Page 14: Quiet Mode

    Outdoor Unit 6. Operating Sound Level Characteristics (2) Quiet Mode B-10...
  • Page 15: Vibration Force

    Outdoor Unit 7. Vibration Force (1) Measurement Points (2) Vibration Force Maximum vibration force at each frequency is measured over the whole range of engine rotation speeds and loads. (1) Type 190 Maximum values while changing rotation rate from 800 to 2200 r/min. octave Frequency (Hz) 3.15...
  • Page 16 Control Contents 1. System Block Diagram··············································································· 2. Warning Lists (1) Remote Control Warning List (with Indoor Unit cnnected) ································· C-3...
  • Page 17 Control 1. System Block Diagram C-2 C-2...
  • Page 18 Control-Related 2. Remote Control Warning List...
  • Page 19 Control-Related 2. Remote Control Warning List...
  • Page 20 Control-Related 2. Remote Control Warning List...
  • Page 21 System Design Contents 1. Operating temperature ranges for heating and cooling ············································· D-2 2. Refrigerant piping design (1) System piping ················································································································ D-3 (2) Selecting system header and branch piping sizes························································· D-4 (3) Selecting system header piping ····················································································· D-5 (4) Selecting branch and header piping ·············································································· D-7 (5) Equivalent length of refrigerant piping ···········································································...
  • Page 22 1. Operating temperature ranges for heating and System Design cooling ● Cooling Standard Specification With added gas shut-off valve (sold separately) Operating range for cooling Indoor relative humidity 45-85% 13.5 (ºCWB) Outdoor intake air dry bulb temperature (ºCDB) ● Heating Operating range for heating 15.5...
  • Page 23: Operating Temperature Ranges For Heating And Cooling

    1. Operating temperature ranges for heating and System Design cooling temperature is below 10ºC.
  • Page 24: Refrigerant Piping Design

    System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design (1) System piping 1) Limitations on refrigerant tubing length 2) Ranges for Refrigerant Tubing Length and Installation Height Difference Category Symbol Description Tubing Length [m] Max. allowable tubing length (Equivalent length 200) Difference between longest and shortest L = (L2 –...
  • Page 25: Selecting System Header And Branch Piping Sizes

    System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design (2) Selecting system header and branch piping sizes...
  • Page 26 System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design 4) Selecting ball valves Valve connection pipe diameter (mm)* Applicable indoor unit Applicable outdoor Total indoor unit capacity unit Model Type No. Gas tube Liquid tube Balance tube through valve φ31.75 φ19.05 SGP-BV710K Type 710 (over 90 m) Over 72.8kW-101.0kW φ28.58 φ19.05...
  • Page 27 System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design Anticipating additional outdoor units 1) Ball valve installation position: Install on main piping after branching. 2) Installation guideline: Slope main pipes after branches so as to prevent oil buildup. Locate ball valves as close as possible to (within 40 cm) of their branch points. If the pipe diameter at the ball valve is smaller than that of the main pipe after branching, install reducers only at the ball valve connections.
  • Page 28: Selecting Branch And Header Piping

    System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design (4) Selecting branch and header piping 1) When a branch pipe set is used Select the branch set from the following table. For details, see the section on items sold separately. Total capacity 16.1 – 22.5 –...
  • Page 29 System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design (5) Equivqlent length of refrigerant piping The following table shows the equivalent straight piping length of connectors that may be used in the piping system. Table 3. Equivalent straight piping length of connectors Units (m) Inlet pipe or thick pipe φ9.52 φ12.7...
  • Page 30: Calculation Of Amount Of Additional Refrigerant Charge

    System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design (6) Calculation of amount of additional refrigerant charge 1) Table 2 shows the refrigerant charge at factory shipping time. Additional refrigerant must be added according to the size and length of the piping (calculated from the size and diameter of the liquid piping using the values in Table 1).
  • Page 31: Checking The Density Limit

    System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design (7) Checking the density limit * The following is for R22, but is also applicable to R410A. With a multi-type system, the total length of refrigerant tubing is longer, and the almost of additional refrigerant charge is more.
  • Page 32 System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design If the following is true in Fig. 1, then ventilation devices with the indicated ventilation volume are required: 2/3 > Total amount of refrigerant charge for the system / Room volume > 0.3 The range indicated by in Fig.
  • Page 33: Future System Expansion

    System Design 2. Refrigerant piping design (8) Future system expansion (1) Conditions for adding indoor units 1) Up to 24 indoor units can be connected to an outdoor unit. (Up to two W-Multi outdoor units can be installed for up to 48 indoor units.) 2) Usable indoor unit capacity ranges are: Minimum: 50% of the minimum capacity of the outdoor units Maximum: 130% of the total capacity of the outdoor units (2) Outdoor unit connection conditions (during initial installation, be sure to select piping sizes that will support...
  • Page 34: Effect Of Refrigerant Pipe Length On Performance

    3. Effect of refrigerant pipe length on System Design performance Refrigerant piping length: 90m (equivalent length) or less Outdoor Unit Usage Limit Cooling Indoor unit Indoor unit Outdoor Unit Outdoor Unit Heating Indoor unit Indoor unit Outdoor Unit D-13...
  • Page 35 3. Effect of refrigerant pipe length on System Design performance Refrigerant piping length: over 90m (equivalent length) Outdoor Unit Cooling Indoor unit Indoor unit Outdoor Unit Outdoor Unit Heating Indoor unit Indoor unit Outdoor Unit D-14...
  • Page 36: Center-Of-Gravity And Earthquake Resistance

    System Design 4. Center-of-gravity and earthquake resistance (1) Installation position and center of gravity ■ Outdoor Unit 1) Position of center-of-gravity End-on (side view) Broadside (front view) G1´ ´ 2 2 2 Position of Position of center-of-gravity Unit weight (kg) mounting points Outdoor unit type Excel W Multi model...
  • Page 37: Example Anchor Bolt Calculation

    System Design 4. Center-of-gravity and earthquake resistance (2) Example anchor bolt calculation Earthquake-resistance evaluation of Model SGP-EGW190M2G2W 1) The earthquake-resistance type is “Common use,” so design horizontal earthquake factor K is 1.0 G. = 1.0 for rooftop installations, and 0.4 for ground installations.) 2) Refer to paragraph (3) on the previous page for the equipment center-of-gravity position.
  • Page 38 System Design 4. Center-of-gravity and earthquake resistance 7) Bolt span End-on direction (L = 1,000 mm Broadside direction (L = 1,014 mm 8) Actual strength of anchor bolts Short-term allowable tensile stress (f 176 N/mm for SS400, f = 176 Short-term allowable shear stress (f N/mm for SS400, f...
  • Page 39 Installation Work Contents 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work (1) Points regarding branch pipe work ···················································································E-2 (2) Points regarding header pipe work ···················································································E-6 (3) Refrigerant pipe connection work ·····················································································E-7 (4) Charging with additional refrigerant ··················································································E-9 2. Points regarding electrical work (outdoor unit) (1) Wiring thickness and device capacity··············································································E-10 (2) Electrical wiring system diagram ·····················································································E-11 (3) Precautions regarding electrical work ·············································································E-12...
  • Page 40: Points Regarding Refrigerant Pipe Work

    Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work (1) Points regarding branch pipe work ・APR-P160BG...
  • Page 41 Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work ・APR-P680BG...
  • Page 42 Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work ・ APR-P1350BG...
  • Page 43 Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work ・ APR-CHP680BG ・ APR-CHP1350BG...
  • Page 44: Points Regarding Header Pipe Work

    Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work (2) Points regarding header pipe work Header pipes should be oriented as shown in the following figures. In particular, care should be taken when using them vertically. <Horizontal use> <Vertical use> (1) Horizontal pointing to the side (2) Horizontal pointing up Slant at 15°...
  • Page 45: Refrigerant Pipe Connection Work

    Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work (3) Refrigerant pipe connection work (1) Preparing and installing the tubing • Material: Phosphorous deoxidized copper seamless tubing (C1220T) • Tube size: Use the correct size according to Table 1. Table 1 Tube size (mm) φ19.05 φ22.2...
  • Page 46 Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work (4) Connecting the refrigerant tubing 1. Remove the fastening rubber. 2. Connect the tubes and perform brazing. 3. Reattach the gas tube, liquid tube fastening panel, and fastening rubber as they were originally. Figure 3 Figure 4 Caution...
  • Page 47: Charging With Additional Refrigerant

    Installation Work 1. Points regarding refrigerant pipe work Figure 5 • After the airtightness test is completed, apply vacuum of 667 Pa (-755 mmHg, 5 Torr) or below to the indoor unit and tubing. • Do not leave for a long period of time after the vacuum state has been reached. (4) Charging with additional refrigerant The charge amount of refrigerant at the time of shipping from the factory is 11.5 kg.
  • Page 48: Points Regarding Electrical Work (Outdoor Unit)

    Installation Work 2. Points regarding electrical work (outdoor unit) (1) Wiring thickness and device capacity E-10...
  • Page 49: Electrical Wiring System Diagram

    Installation Work 2. Points regarding electrical work (outdoor unit) (2) Electrical wiring system diagram * When connecting indoor/outdoor control cables, no more than two cables should be connected to a single terminal section on the terminal board. If you need to connect a third or fourth cable, connect the cables to 3 and 4 on the terminal board.
  • Page 50: Precautions Regarding Electrical Work

    Installation Work 2. Points regarding electrical work (outdoor unit) (3) Precautions regarding electrical work E-12...
  • Page 51 Installation Work 2. Points regarding electrical work (outdoor unit) E-13...
  • Page 52: Outdoor Unit Installation Work

    Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-14...
  • Page 53 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-15...
  • Page 54 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-16...
  • Page 55 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-17...
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  • Page 58 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-20...
  • Page 59 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-21...
  • Page 60 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-22...
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  • Page 65 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-27...
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  • Page 69 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-31...
  • Page 70 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-32...
  • Page 71 Installation Work 3. Outdoor unit installation work E-33...
  • Page 72 Separately Sold Parts Contents 1. Outdoor unit related parts (1) Exhaust extension kit (SGP-PEX560K)··················································································· F-2...
  • Page 73 Separately Sold Parts 1. Outdoor unit related parts (1) Exhaust extension kit (SGP-PEX560K) (1) External dimension diagram Figure 1. (2) Limitations when the exhaust pipe is extended Observe the following limits when carrying out exhaust pipe extension work. Limitations during installation work Limit value Outdoor air temperature -5°C or more...
  • Page 74 Separately Sold Parts 1. Outdoor unit related parts 3) Attach the adapter for the exhaust extension a) Insert the exhaust extension adaptor in the direction of the arrow. (The adaptor can be inserted easily if you use lubricant.) b) Use the two M4 screws removed in Step 2) b to fix the exhaust extension adaptor to the outdoor unit top panel.
  • Page 75 Separately Sold Parts 1. Outdoor unit related parts • Cautions regarding installation work • Cautions regarding connecting the KP pipe 1) When connecting the KP pipe, sufficiently insert the top until the warning mark (red line) on the male connector side becomes hidden. A clicking sound will be heard when the top is connected properly.
  • Page 76 Separately Sold Parts 1. Outdoor unit related parts • Separation distance of the exhaust top The separation distance (mm) of the exhaust pipe opening from building parts finished with combustible material, flame retardant material, or quasi-noncombustible material shall be as shown in Figure 9.
  • Page 77 Periodic Inspection Contents 1. Periodic inspection items and intervals (1) Test run・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ G-2 (2) Warranty period ・...
  • Page 78 In order to use a gas heat pump (GHP) air conditioning system for a long time, periodic inspections need to be performed by a specialist service person. Sanyo operates a yearly periodic inspection contract system, so customers are encouraged to take out a contract when they purchase GHP.
  • Page 79 Periodic Inspection 1. Periodic inspection items and intervals (3) Periodic inspection items outside the warranty period The number of periodic inspections per year varies depending upon the number of hours of operating the heating and cooling system. The table below shows the case for 2,000 hours of heating/cooling operation in one year. If a periodic inspection contract is concluded, then a GHP specialist service person will visit to carry out the indicated inspections, replace parts, and make adjustments.
  • Page 80 Periodic Inspection 2. Periodic replacement parts Standard model Replacement rank Quan Maintenance kit Part code Part name (Replacement time) tity 638-012-7993 Oil filter 923-196-0565 Air cleaner element 623-194-7664 Spark plugs (10.000 hours or 5 SGP-MTK560M 938-018-9626 Compressor operation belt years) 923-200-4602 Oil absorbent mat 623-300-8660...

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