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Daikin R-410A Service Manual

Daikin R-410A Service Manual (381 pages)

Sky-Air Indoor  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 7.24 MB
Table of contents
Service Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Manual11................................................................................................................................................................
What Is In This Chapter?21................................................................................................................................................................
What Is In This Chapter21................................................................................................................................................................
Fcq35, 50, 60, 71b22................................................................................................................................................................
Fcq100, 125, 140d28................................................................................................................................................................
Ffq25, 35, 50, 60b30................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq35, 50b32................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq60, 71b34................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq100, 125b36................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq35, 50b42................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq60, 71b44................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq100b46................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq125b48................................................................................................................................................................
Fuq71b50................................................................................................................................................................
Fuq100, 125b52................................................................................................................................................................
Faq71b54................................................................................................................................................................
Faq100b56................................................................................................................................................................
Fdeq71, 100b58................................................................................................................................................................
Fdeq125b60................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications64................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications71................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Specifications71................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Piping74................................................................................................................................................................
Pipe Connection Diameters76................................................................................................................................................................
Piping Components77................................................................................................................................................................
Fcq35, 50, 60b80................................................................................................................................................................
Fcq71, 100, 125b82................................................................................................................................................................
Fcq71, 100, 125, 140d84................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq35, 50, 60b88................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq71b90................................................................................................................................................................
Fdq125, 200, 250b94................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq35, 50, 60b96................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq71, 100, 125b98................................................................................................................................................................
Fuq71, 100, 125b100................................................................................................................................................................
Fdeq71b106................................................................................................................................................................
Fdeq100b108................................................................................................................................................................
Fcq100, 125b115................................................................................................................................................................
Fcq71, 100, 125 140d116................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq35, 50, 60, 71, 100, 125b118................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq35, 50, 60, 71, 100, 125b120................................................................................................................................................................
Fdeq71, 100, 125b124................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq35, 50, 60, 71b & Fdeq71b131................................................................................................................................................................
Fbq100, 125b & Fdeq100, 125b132................................................................................................................................................................
Simulated Operation Function141................................................................................................................................................................
Restart Standby141................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Restart141................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Thermostat Off141................................................................................................................................................................
Freeze Prevention Function141................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Thermistors142................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Operating Mode (emergency Operation)143................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Identification Function145................................................................................................................................................................
Using Conditions For Remote Control Thermostat149................................................................................................................................................................
Pmv Control153................................................................................................................................................................
Thermostat Control154................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Pump Control155................................................................................................................................................................
Condensation Avoidance Control157................................................................................................................................................................
Fan And Flap Operations160................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Fan Control161................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Checks For Troubleshooting163................................................................................................................................................................
Checks165................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of General Problems165................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting166................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Does Not Operate168................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Operates But Does Not Provide Heating174................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Discharges White Mist176................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Produces Loud Noise Or Shakes177................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Discharges Dust178................................................................................................................................................................
Swing Flap Does Not Operate180................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Led Indications On The Indoor Unit189................................................................................................................................................................
System Malfunctions191................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Indoor Safety Devices192................................................................................................................................................................
Malfunction Of Transmission Between Indoor And Outdoor Unit (u4 Or Uf)210................................................................................................................................................................
Between Indoor/outdoor Unit (u4/uf)210................................................................................................................................................................
Test Run Checks218................................................................................................................................................................
How To Change The Field Settings With The Wired Remote Control224................................................................................................................................................................
How To Change The Field Settings With The Infrared Remote Control226................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Field Settings On The Indoor Units227................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Factory Settings On The Indoor Units228................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Ceiling Height229................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Filter Counter230................................................................................................................................................................
Main/sub Setting When Using Two Remote Controls232................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Centralized Group No233................................................................................................................................................................
The Field Setting Levels234................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation Data238................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Suction Grille263................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Air Filter264................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Decoration Panel266................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Horizontal Blade268................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Swing Motor269................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Switch Box271................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Pc Board273................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Humidity Sensor And Air Temperature Thermistor275................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Fan Motor276................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Drain Pan, Drain Pump, Float Switch278................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Heat Exchanger Temperature Thermistor281................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Horizontal Vane289................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Fan Rotor And Fan Motor295................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Drain Pan298................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Drain Pump299................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of Drain Pump301................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Of Heat Exchanger Thermistor304................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Of Heat Exchanger306................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Of Pc Board312................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Of Receiver Section Of Infrared Remote Control316................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Air Filter And Suction Grille320................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Electrical Parts And Pc Boards322................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Fan Bearing329................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Bottom Panel And Drain Pan331................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Fan338................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Air Flow Control Blade349................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Front Grille354................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Electrical Box357................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Heat Exchanger358................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Electrical Parts Box365................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Swing Louvre Unit367................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Fan Rotor373................................................................................................................................................................

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Daikin R-410A Service Manual

Daikin R-410A Service Manual (264 pages)

60 Hz  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Heat Pump | Size: 12.06 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Considerations6................................................................................................................................................................
Part 1 General Information10................................................................................................................................................................
Model Names Of Indoor/outdoor Units11................................................................................................................................................................
External Appearance12................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Units12................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Units12................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity Range13................................................................................................................................................................
Part 2 Specifications14................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications15................................................................................................................................................................
Ceiling Suspended Type24................................................................................................................................................................
Floor Standing Type27................................................................................................................................................................
Part 3 List Of Electrical And Functional Parts29................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Electrical And Functional Parts30................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit30................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit31................................................................................................................................................................
Part 4 Refrigerant Circuit35................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Circuit36................................................................................................................................................................
Rxymq36 · 48p36................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Parts Layout38................................................................................................................................................................
Part 5 Function39................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Control41................................................................................................................................................................
Normal Operation41................................................................................................................................................................
Compressor Pi Control42................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Expansion Valve Pi Control43................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling Operation Fan Control44................................................................................................................................................................
Special Control45................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Control45................................................................................................................................................................
Oil Return Operation46................................................................................................................................................................
Defrosting Operation48................................................................................................................................................................
Pump-down Residual Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Restart Standby50................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping Operation50................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Control51................................................................................................................................................................
High Pressure Protection Control51................................................................................................................................................................
Low Pressure Protection Control52................................................................................................................................................................
Discharge Pipe Protection Control53................................................................................................................................................................
Inverter Protection Control54................................................................................................................................................................
Other Control55................................................................................................................................................................
Demand Operation55................................................................................................................................................................
Heating Operation Prohibition55................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Control (indoor Unit)55................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Pump Control55................................................................................................................................................................
Louver Control For Preventing Ceiling Dirt58................................................................................................................................................................
Thermostat Sensor In Remote Controller59................................................................................................................................................................
Freeze Prevention61................................................................................................................................................................
View Of Operations Of Swing Flaps62................................................................................................................................................................
Part 6 Test Operation63................................................................................................................................................................
Test Operation64................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure And Outline64................................................................................................................................................................
Check Operation65................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Power Is Turned On66................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Pcb Layout67................................................................................................................................................................
Field Setting68................................................................................................................................................................
Field Setting From Remote Controller68................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Explanation Of Setting Modes74................................................................................................................................................................
Field Setting From Outdoor Unit82................................................................................................................................................................
Part 7 Troubleshooting99................................................................................................................................................................
Symptom-based Troubleshooting101................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Remote Controller104................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnosis By Wired Remote Controller105................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnosis By Wireless Remote Controller106................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Controller Maintenance Mode108................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Controller Self-diagnosis Function111................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Indication On The Remote Controller118................................................................................................................................................................
A0" Error Of External Protection Device118................................................................................................................................................................
A1" Pcb Defect119................................................................................................................................................................
A3" Malfunction Of Drain Level Control System (s1l)120................................................................................................................................................................
A6" Fan Motor (m1f) Lock, Overload122................................................................................................................................................................
A6" Malfunction Of Indoor Unit Fan Motor124................................................................................................................................................................
A7" Malfunction Of Swing Flap Motor (m1s)128................................................................................................................................................................
A9" Malfunction Of Moving Part Of130................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Expansion Valve (y1e)130................................................................................................................................................................
Af" Drain Level Above Limit132................................................................................................................................................................
Aj" Malfunction Of Capacity Determination Device133................................................................................................................................................................
C4" Malfunction Of Thermistor (r2t) For Heat Exchanger134................................................................................................................................................................
C5" Malfunction Of Thermistor (r3t) For Gas Pipe135................................................................................................................................................................
C9" Malfunction Of Thermistor (r1t) For Suction Air136................................................................................................................................................................
Cj" Malfunction Of Thermostat Sensor In Remote Controller137................................................................................................................................................................
E1" Pcb Defect138................................................................................................................................................................
E3" Actuation Of High Pressure Switch139................................................................................................................................................................
E4" Actuation Of Low Pressure Sensor142................................................................................................................................................................
E5" Inverter Compressor Motor Lock144................................................................................................................................................................
E7" Malfunction Of Outdoor Unit Fan Motor147................................................................................................................................................................
E9" Malfunction Of Moving Part Of Electronic Expansion Valve (y1e, Y3e)150................................................................................................................................................................
F3" Abnormal Discharge Pipe Temperature (r2t)152................................................................................................................................................................
F6" Refrigerant Overcharged154................................................................................................................................................................
H9" Malfunction Of Thermistor (r1t) For Outdoor Air155................................................................................................................................................................
J3" Malfunction Of Discharge Pipe Thermistor (r2t)156................................................................................................................................................................
J5" Malfunction Of Thermistor (r3t, R5t) For Suction Pipe 1, 2157................................................................................................................................................................
J6" Malfunction Of Thermistor (r4t) For Outdoor Unit Heat Exchanger158................................................................................................................................................................
J7" Malfunction Of Thermistor (r7t) For Outdoor Unit Liquid Pipe159................................................................................................................................................................
J9" Malfunction Of Subcooling Heat Exchanger Gas160................................................................................................................................................................
Pipe Thermistor (r6t)160................................................................................................................................................................
Ja" Malfunction Of High Pressure Sensor161................................................................................................................................................................
Jc" Malfunction Of Low Pressure Sensor163................................................................................................................................................................
L1" Malfunction Of Pcb166................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting167................................................................................................................................................................
L4" Malfunction Of Inverter Radiation Fin Temperature Rise168................................................................................................................................................................
L5" Inverter Compressor Abnormal171................................................................................................................................................................
L8" Inverter Current Abnormal173................................................................................................................................................................
L9" Inverter Compressor Start Up Error175................................................................................................................................................................
P1" High Voltage Of Capacitor In Main Inverter Circuit178................................................................................................................................................................
P4" Malfunction Of Inverter Radiating Fin Temperature Rise Sensor180................................................................................................................................................................
U0" Low Pressure Drop Due To Refrigerant Shortage Or182................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Expansion Valve Failure182................................................................................................................................................................
U2" Power Supply Insufficient Or Instantaneous Failure184................................................................................................................................................................
U3" Check Operation Is Not Executed187................................................................................................................................................................
U4" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Indoor Units And Outdoor Units188................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Controller And Indoor Unit192................................................................................................................................................................
U8" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Main And Sub Remote Controllers194................................................................................................................................................................
U9" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Indoor Units And Outdoor Units In The Same System195................................................................................................................................................................
Ua" Improper Combination Of Indoor And Outdoor Units Etc196................................................................................................................................................................
Uc" Address Duplication Of Centralized Remote Controller199................................................................................................................................................................
U5" Malfunction Of Transmission Between200................................................................................................................................................................
Ue" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Centralized Remote Controller And Indoor Unit200................................................................................................................................................................
Uf" System Is Not Set Yet203................................................................................................................................................................
Uh" Malfunction Of System, Refrigerant System Address Undefined204................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting (op: Centralized Remote Controller)206................................................................................................................................................................
M1" Pcb Defect206................................................................................................................................................................
M8" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Optional Controllers For Centralized Control207................................................................................................................................................................
Ma" Improper Combination Of Optional Controllers For Centralized Control209................................................................................................................................................................
Mc" Address Duplication, Improper Setting211................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting (op: Unified On/off Controller)213................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Lamp Blinks213................................................................................................................................................................
Display "under Centralized Control" Blinks (repeats Single Blink)215................................................................................................................................................................
Display "under Centralized Control" Blinks (repeats Double Blink)218................................................................................................................................................................
Part 8 Appendix231................................................................................................................................................................
Piping Diagrams232................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagrams236................................................................................................................................................................
Field Wiring237................................................................................................................................................................
Option List245................................................................................................................................................................
Option List Of Controllers245................................................................................................................................................................
Option List Of Outdoor Unit246................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Connection248................................................................................................................................................................
Thermistor Resistance / Temperature Characteristics250................................................................................................................................................................
Pressure Sensor252................................................................................................................................................................
Part 9 Precautions For New Refrigerant (r-410a)253................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For New Refrigerant (r-410a)254................................................................................................................................................................
Outline254................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Cylinders256................................................................................................................................................................
Service Tools257................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Service Manual

Daikin R-410A Service Manual (225 pages)

VRV II-SR-410A Heat Pump 50Hz  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Heat Pump | Size: 5.11 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Part 5 Function2................................................................................................................................................................
2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction6................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Cautions6................................................................................................................................................................
Part 1 General Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Model Names Of Indoor/outdoor Units12................................................................................................................................................................
External Appearance13................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Units13................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity Range14................................................................................................................................................................
Part 2 Specifications15................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Units16................................................................................................................................................................
Ceiling Suspended Type25................................................................................................................................................................
Floor Standing Type28................................................................................................................................................................
Part 3 List Of Electrical And Functional Parts37................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Electrical And Functional Parts38................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit38................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit39................................................................................................................................................................
Part 4 Refrigerant Circuit43................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Circuit44................................................................................................................................................................
Rxysq4·5·6m44................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Circuit Part44................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Parts Layout46................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Mode48................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Control49................................................................................................................................................................
Normal Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Compressor Pi Control50................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Expansion Valve Pi Control51................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling Operation Fan Control52................................................................................................................................................................
Special Control53................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Control53................................................................................................................................................................
Oil Return Operation54................................................................................................................................................................
Defrosting Operation56................................................................................................................................................................
Pump-down Residual Operation57................................................................................................................................................................
Restart Standby58................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping Operation59................................................................................................................................................................
Pressure Equalization Prior To Startup60................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Control61................................................................................................................................................................
High Pressure Protection Control61................................................................................................................................................................
Low Pressure Protection Control62................................................................................................................................................................
Discharge Pipe Protection Control63................................................................................................................................................................
Inverter Protection Control64................................................................................................................................................................
Other Control65................................................................................................................................................................
Demand Operation65................................................................................................................................................................
Heating Operation Prohibition65................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Control (indoor Unit)66................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Pump Control66................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Controller67................................................................................................................................................................
Louver Control For Preventing Ceiling Dirt68................................................................................................................................................................
Thermostat Sensor In Remote Controller69................................................................................................................................................................
Freeze Prevention71................................................................................................................................................................
View Of Operations Of Swing Flaps72................................................................................................................................................................
Part 6 Test Operation73................................................................................................................................................................
Test Operation74................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure And Outline74................................................................................................................................................................
Check Operation75................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Power Is Turned On77................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Pc Board Layout78................................................................................................................................................................
Field Setting79................................................................................................................................................................
Field Setting From Remote Controller79................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Remote Controller81................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Explanation Of Setting Modes84................................................................................................................................................................
Group No. Setting Example88................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of Control Modes89................................................................................................................................................................
Field Setting From Outdoor Unit91................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Changing Procedure92................................................................................................................................................................
Detail Of Setting Mode97................................................................................................................................................................
Image Of Operation In The Case Of A And B102................................................................................................................................................................
Part 7 Troubleshooting107................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Remote Controller109................................................................................................................................................................
The Inspection / Test Button109................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnosis By Wired Remote Controller110................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnosis By Wireless Remote Controller111................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Remote Controller's Inspection / Test Operation Button113................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Controller Service Mode114................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Malfunction Code116................................................................................................................................................................
Malfunction Code Indication By Outdoor Unit Pcb118................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Indication On The Remote Controller120................................................................................................................................................................
A0" Indoor Unit: Error Of External Protection Device120................................................................................................................................................................
A1" Indoor Unit: Pc Board Defect121................................................................................................................................................................
A3" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Drain Level Control System (33h)122................................................................................................................................................................
A6" Indoor Unit: Fan Motor (m1f) Lock, Overload124................................................................................................................................................................
A7" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Swing Flap Motor (ma)125................................................................................................................................................................
A9" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Moving Part Of Electronic Expansion Valve (20e)127................................................................................................................................................................
Af" Indoor Unit: Drain Level Above Limit129................................................................................................................................................................
Aj" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Capacity Determination Device130................................................................................................................................................................
C4" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermistor (r2t) For Heat Exchanger131................................................................................................................................................................
C5" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermistor (r3t) For Gas Pipes132................................................................................................................................................................
C9" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermistor (r1t) For Suction Air133................................................................................................................................................................
Ca" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermistor For Discharge Air134................................................................................................................................................................
Cj" Indoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermostat Sensor In Remote Controller135................................................................................................................................................................
E1" Outdoor Unit: Pc Board Defect136................................................................................................................................................................
E3" Outdoor Unit: Actuation Of High Pressure Switch137................................................................................................................................................................
E4" Outdoor Unit: Actuation Of Low Pressure Switch138................................................................................................................................................................
E5" Compressor Motor Lock139................................................................................................................................................................
E7" Malfunction Of Outdoor Unit Fan Motor140................................................................................................................................................................
E9" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Moving Part Of Electronic Expansion142................................................................................................................................................................
F3" Outdoor Unit: Abnormal Discharge Pipe Temperature144................................................................................................................................................................
H9" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermistor For Outdoor Air (r1t)145................................................................................................................................................................
J3" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Discharge Pipe Thermistor (r3t)146................................................................................................................................................................
J5" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermistor (r2t) For Suction Pipe147................................................................................................................................................................
J6" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Thermistor (r4t) For Outdoor Unit Heat Exchanger148................................................................................................................................................................
J9" Malfunction Of Receiver Gas Pipe Thermistor (r5t)149................................................................................................................................................................
Ja" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of High Pressure Sensor150................................................................................................................................................................
Jc" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Low Pressure Sensor151................................................................................................................................................................
L4" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Inverter Radiating Fin Temperature Rise152................................................................................................................................................................
L5" Outdoor Unit: Inverter Compressor Abnormal153................................................................................................................................................................
L8" Outdoor Unit: Inverter Current Abnormal154................................................................................................................................................................
L9" Outdoor Unit: Inverter Start Up Error155................................................................................................................................................................
Lc" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Transmission Between Inverter And Control Pc Board156................................................................................................................................................................
Lc" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Transmission Between Inverter And Con156................................................................................................................................................................
P4" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Inverter Radiating Fin Temperature Rise Sensor158................................................................................................................................................................
P4" Outdoor Unit: Malfunction Of Inverter Radiating Fin Temperature Rise158................................................................................................................................................................
Pj" Outdoor Unit: Faulty Combination Of Inverter And Fan Driver159................................................................................................................................................................
Uo" Low Pressure Drop Due To Refrigerant Shortage Or Electronic Expansion Valve Failure160................................................................................................................................................................
U2" Power Supply Insufficient Or Instantaneous Failure161................................................................................................................................................................
U3" Check Operation Not Executed163................................................................................................................................................................
U4" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Indoor Units And Outdoor Units164................................................................................................................................................................
U5" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Remote Controller And Indoor Unit166................................................................................................................................................................
U5" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Remote Controller And Indoor166................................................................................................................................................................
U8" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Master And Slave Remote Controllers167................................................................................................................................................................
U8" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Master And Slave Remote Con167................................................................................................................................................................
U9" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Indoor And Outdoor Units In The Same System168................................................................................................................................................................
Ua" Excessive Number Of Indoor Units170................................................................................................................................................................
Uc" Address Duplication Of Central Remote Controller171................................................................................................................................................................
Ue" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Central Remote Controller And Indoor Unit172................................................................................................................................................................
Ue" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Central Remote Controller And172................................................................................................................................................................
Uf" Refrigerant System Not Set, Incompatible Wiring/piping174................................................................................................................................................................
Uh" Malfunction Of System, Refrigerant System Address Undefined175................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Indication On The Centralized Remote Controller176................................................................................................................................................................
Ue" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Centralized Remote Controller And Indoor Unit176................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Indication On The Centralized Remote Controller.166176................................................................................................................................................................
Ue" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Centralized Remote Controller176................................................................................................................................................................
M1" Pc Board Defect177................................................................................................................................................................
M8" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Optional Controllers For Centralized Control178................................................................................................................................................................
M8" Malfunction Of Transmission Between Optional Controllers For Cen178................................................................................................................................................................
Ma" Improper Combination Of Optional Controllers For Centralized Control169179................................................................................................................................................................
Ma" Improper Combination Of Optional Controllers For Centralized Control179................................................................................................................................................................
Mc" Address Duplication, Improper Setting181................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Indication On The Unified On/off Controller182................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Lamp Blinks182................................................................................................................................................................
Display "under Host Computer Integrate Control" Blinks (repeats Single Blink)184................................................................................................................................................................
Display "under Host Computer Integrate Control" Blinks (repeats Single Blink)174184................................................................................................................................................................
Display "under Host Computer Integrate Control" Blinks184................................................................................................................................................................
Display "under Host Computer Integrate Control" Blinks (repeats Double Blink)187................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting (op: Schedule Timer)188................................................................................................................................................................
Ma" Improper Combination Of Optional Controllers For Centralized Control182192................................................................................................................................................................
Check195................................................................................................................................................................
Part 8 Appendix197................................................................................................................................................................
Piping Diagrams198................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagrams For Reference202................................................................................................................................................................
Thermistor Resistance / Temperature Characteristics208................................................................................................................................................................
Pressure Sensor210................................................................................................................................................................
Part 9 Precautions For New Refrigerant (r410a)211................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For New Refrigerant (r410a)212................................................................................................................................................................
Outline212................................................................................................................................................................
Service Tools214................................................................................................................................................................
Index221................................................................................................................................................................

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Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (62 pages)

EDUS 39-605A-N  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 5.88 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Center Of Gravity3................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of Outdoor Units3................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation Drawing4................................................................................................................................................................
Refnet Pipe System5................................................................................................................................................................
Layout Example5................................................................................................................................................................
Field Refrigerant Piping7................................................................................................................................................................
Refnet Joints And Headers8................................................................................................................................................................
Figure8................................................................................................................................................................
Refnet Joint (branch Kit)10................................................................................................................................................................
Refnet Header(branch Kit)12................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Multi-connection Piping Kit14................................................................................................................................................................
Installation17................................................................................................................................................................
Rxyq-m17................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Considerations20................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Valve Operation Procedure29................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Requirements30................................................................................................................................................................
Field Wiring31................................................................................................................................................................
Before Operation35................................................................................................................................................................
Checks After Completion Of Work35................................................................................................................................................................
Test Operation35................................................................................................................................................................
Caution For Refrigerant Leaks36................................................................................................................................................................
Reyq-m38................................................................................................................................................................
Inspecting And Handling The Unit45................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking And Placing The Unit46................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping46................................................................................................................................................................
Leak Test And Vacuum Drying51................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Refrigerant Charge52................................................................................................................................................................
Pipe Insulation52................................................................................................................................................................
Power Circuit And Cable Requirements53................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (44 pages)

ROOM AIR CONDITIONER  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 18.85 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Considerations2................................................................................................................................................................
2................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories4................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Site4................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit4................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Remote Controller4................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Installation Diagram5................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Installation6................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mounting Plate6................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling A Wall Hole And Installing Wall Embedded Pipe6................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Indoor Unit6................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring9................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Piping10................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work10................................................................................................................................................................
Flaring The Pipe End10................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping11................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Tips12................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The Upper Front Panel12................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The Front Grille12................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set The Different Addresses13................................................................................................................................................................
When Connecting A Wireless Lan Connecting Adapter13................................................................................................................................................................
When Connecting To An Ha System14................................................................................................................................................................
Trial Operation And Testing15................................................................................................................................................................
Test Items15................................................................................................................................................................
Accessoires18................................................................................................................................................................
Choix Du Site De L'installation18................................................................................................................................................................
Unité Intérieure18................................................................................................................................................................
Télécommande Sans Fil18................................................................................................................................................................
Schéma D'installation De L'unité Intérieure19................................................................................................................................................................
Installation De L'unité Intérieure20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation De La Plaque De Montage20................................................................................................................................................................
Perçage D'un Trou Dans Le Mur Et Installation Du Tuyau Encastré Dans Le Mur20................................................................................................................................................................
Câblage23................................................................................................................................................................
Tuyau D'évacuation24................................................................................................................................................................
Travaux De Tuyauterie De Réfrigérant24................................................................................................................................................................
Évasement De L'extrémité Du Tuyau24................................................................................................................................................................
Tuyauterie De Réfrigérant25................................................................................................................................................................
Conseils D'installation26................................................................................................................................................................
Retrait Et Installation Du Panneau Avant Supérieur26................................................................................................................................................................
Retrait Et Installation De La Grille Avant26................................................................................................................................................................
Comment Définir Les Différentes Adresses27................................................................................................................................................................
Lors De La Connexion D'un Adaptateur De Connexion Lan Sans Fil27................................................................................................................................................................
Lors De La Connexion à Un Système Ha28................................................................................................................................................................
Fonctionnement D'essai Et Test29................................................................................................................................................................
Éléments Testés29................................................................................................................................................................
Accesorios32................................................................................................................................................................
Selección Del Sitio De Instalación32................................................................................................................................................................
Unidad Interior32................................................................................................................................................................
Control Remoto Inalámbrico32................................................................................................................................................................
Diagrama De Instalación De La Unidad Interior33................................................................................................................................................................
Instalación De La Unidad Interior34................................................................................................................................................................
Instalación De La Placa De Montaje34................................................................................................................................................................
Perforación De Un Orificio En La Pared E Instalación Del Tubo Empotrado En La Pared34................................................................................................................................................................
Cableado37................................................................................................................................................................
Tubería De Drenaje38................................................................................................................................................................
Trabajos De Tubería Refrigerante38................................................................................................................................................................
Abocinamiento Del Extremo De Tubo38................................................................................................................................................................
Tubería Refrigerante39................................................................................................................................................................
Consejos De Instalación40................................................................................................................................................................
Extracción E Instalación Del Panel Frontal Superior40................................................................................................................................................................
Extracción E Instalación De La Rejilla Delantera40................................................................................................................................................................
Cómo Ajustar Distintas Direcciones41................................................................................................................................................................
Al Conectar Un Adaptador De Conexión Lan Inalámbrica41................................................................................................................................................................
Al Conectarse A Un Sistema Ha42................................................................................................................................................................
Operación De Ensayo Y Prueba43................................................................................................................................................................
Elementos De Prueba43................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Technical Manual

Daikin R-410A Technical Manual (44 pages)

Floor Standing  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 3.71 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Model Name3................................................................................................................................................................
Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications5................................................................................................................................................................
Sound Data7................................................................................................................................................................
Sound Pressure Level7................................................................................................................................................................
Application Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Range8................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Circuit Diagrams9................................................................................................................................................................
Controllers10................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Guide12................................................................................................................................................................
Installations15................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of The Indoor Unit16................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Installation17................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Piping Work20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of The Outdoor Unit23................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Size24................................................................................................................................................................
Vacuuming And Charging27................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work28................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Charge28................................................................................................................................................................
Indicator Lights30................................................................................................................................................................
Overall Checking30................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagrams32................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing & Maintenance35................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting37................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensional Data39................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit40................................................................................................................................................................
Exploded View & Part List41................................................................................................................................................................
High43................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Technical Data Manual

Daikin R-410A Technical Data Manual (37 pages)

Outdoor units  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 1.34 MB
Table of contents
Technical Data1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications5................................................................................................................................................................
Nominal Capacity And Nominal Input5................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications8................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Specifications9................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Data10................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity Tables15................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling/heating Capacity Tables15................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensional Drawing & Centre Of Gravity27................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensional Drawing27................................................................................................................................................................
Centre Of Gravity28................................................................................................................................................................
Piping Diagram29................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagram31................................................................................................................................................................
Sound Data33................................................................................................................................................................
Sound Pressure Spectrum33................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Range35................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (17 pages)

Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 4.6 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit5................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Guidelines7................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Installation8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Outdoor Unit8................................................................................................................................................................
Important Information Regarding The Refrigerant Used10................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagram14................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (17 pages)

DAIKIN ROOM AIR CONDITIONER  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 1.43 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Site4................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit4................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Remote Controller4................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Indoor Unit7................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagram10................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Piping13................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work13................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping14................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (17 pages)

Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 0.93 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Location For Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Outdoor Unit8................................................................................................................................................................
Charging With Refrigerant10................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Power Input Limitation Setting14................................................................................................................................................................
Pump Down Operation16................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Cooling Operation16................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Owner's Manua

Daikin R-410A Owner's Manua (16 pages)

60hz  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 0.27 MB
Table of contents
Warnings And Cautions2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
General Information5................................................................................................................................................................
Model Numbers6................................................................................................................................................................
Recommendations7................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance8................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Front Panel8................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Air Filters9................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Filter9................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting10................................................................................................................................................................
Operation12................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Operation12................................................................................................................................................................
Working Principle Of Cooling Mode12................................................................................................................................................................
Working Principle Of Heating Mode13................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (16 pages)

Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 1.63 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions5................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Guidelines8................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Installation8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Outdoor Unit8................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping9................................................................................................................................................................
Important Information Regarding The Refrigerant Used11................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work11................................................................................................................................................................
Pump Down Operation12................................................................................................................................................................
Test Run And Final Check14................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents16................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (15 pages)

Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 1.01 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit3................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Remote Controller3................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Tips3................................................................................................................................................................
How To Remove The Front Grille3................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Indoor Unit8................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Piping10................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work11................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (15 pages)

ROOM AIR CONDITIONER  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 2.17 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Site4................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit4................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Remote Controller4................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Installation Drawings5................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Before Installation6................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set The Different Addresses7................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work8................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping9................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Installation10................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Piping12................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Daikin R-410A Installation Manual

Daikin R-410A Installation Manual (15 pages)

DAIKIN ROOM Air Conditioner  
Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 0.69 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Installation Site4................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit4................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Remote Controller5................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit5................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations Before Installation5................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work8................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Piping Work9................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Duct10................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Electrical Wiring12................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................

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