Tesla TC26P4-0932IA Manual de utilizare

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Manual de utilizare
For R32 DC Inverter models:
Ver. 2021
Note: All the pictures in this manual are just schematic diagrams, the actual is the standard. Please read
this owner’s manual carefully and thoroughly before operating the unit! Take care of this manual for future
Napomena: Sve slike u ovom priručniku su samo shematski dijagrami, fizički proizvod je standard. Molimo
Vas da pažljivo i temeljito pročitate ovo uputstvo za upotrebu prije korištenja uređaja! Čuvajte ovaj priručnik
za buduće korištenje.
Σημείωση: Οι εικόνες στο παρόν εγχειρίδιο είναι σχεδιαγράμματα, ανατρέξτε στο πραγματικό προϊόν. Διαβάστε
προσεκτικά τις προφυλάξεις στο παρόν εγχειρίδιο προτού θέσετε τη μονάδα σε λειτουργία! Φυλάξτε το παρόν
εγχειρίδιο για μελλοντική χρήση.
Забележка: Всички снимки в тази инструкция са само схематични диаграми, действителните са
стандартните. Моля, прочетете внимателно тази инструкция за употреба преди да започнете работа с
уреда! Запазете тази инструкция за бъдещи справки
Napomena: Sve slike u ovom priručniku su samo šematski dijagrami, fizički proizvod je standard. Molimo Vas
da pažljivo i temeljno pročitate ovo uputstvo za upotrebu prije korišćenja uređaja! Sačuvajte ovo uputstvo za
buduću upotrebu.
Opomba: Vse slike v tem priročniku so le shematske risbe, dejansko stanje je standard. Prosimo, da pred
uporabo skrbno in temeljito preberete ta priročnik za uporabo! Priročnik shranite za kasnejšo uporabo.
Nota: Fotografiile din acest manual sunt doar diagrame schematice. Vă rugăm să citiți “Manualul de Utilizare”
cu atenție, înainte de a utiliza aerul condiționat, pentru a asigura funcționarea corespunzătoare. Păstrați
manualul pentru referințe ulterioare.
Напомена: Сите слики во овој прирачник се само шематски дијаграми, физичкиот производ е
стандард. Ве молиме внимателно и теменлно да го причитате ова упатство за употреба пред
користење на уредот! Сочувајте го ова упатство за идна употреба.
Napomena: Sve slike u ovom priručniku su samo šematski dijagrami, fizički proizvod je standard. Molimo
Vas da pažljivo i temeljno pročitate ovo uputstvo za upotrebu pre korišćenja uređaja! Sačuvajte ovo
uputstvo za buduću upotrebu.
Warning: This air conditioner uses R32 flammable refrigerant.
The room space for the installation, use, repair, and storage of this air conditioner should be greater than 5 m’.
Air conditioner refrigerant can not charge more than 1. 7kg.
Do not use any methods to speed up defrost or to clean frosty parts except for particular recommended by
Not pierce or burn air conditioner, and check the refrigerant pipeline wether be damaged.
The air conditioner should be stored in a room without lasting fire source, for example, open flame, burning gas
appliance, working electric heater and so on.
Notice that the refrigerant may be tasteless.
The storage of air conditioner should be able to prevent mechanical damage caused by accident.
Maintenance or repair of air conditioners using R32 refrigerant must be carried out after security check to
minimize risk of incidents.
Air conditioner must be installed with stop valve cover.
Please read the instruction carefully before installing, using and maintaining.
Notes: Air conditioner with R32 refrigerant, if roughly treated, may cause serious harm to the human body
or surrounding things.
Incorrect installation or operation by not following these instructions may cause harm or damage to
people, properties, etc. The seriousness is classified by the following indications:
This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury.
This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to properties.
Symbol Note Explanation
This symbol shows that this appliance uses a flammable refrigerant.If
the refrigerant is leaked and exposed to an external ignition source,
there is a risk of fire.
This symbol shows that the operation manual should be read
This symbol shows that a service personnel should be handling this
equipment with reference to the installation manual.
This symbol shows that information is available such as the operating
manual or installation manual.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
(Only for the AC with CE-MARKING)
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the appliance. (Except for the AC with CE-MARKING)
The air conditioner must be grounded. Incomplete grounding may result in electric shocks. Do
not connect the earth wire to the gas pipeline, water pipeline, lightning rod, or telephone earth wire.
Always switch off the device and cut the power supply when the unit is not in use for long time so as to ensure
Take care not let the remote control and the indoor unit watered or being too wet. Otherwise, it may cause short
If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced by manufacture or its service agent or a similar
qualified person.
Don’t cut off main power switch during operating or with wet hands. It may cause electric shock.
Don’t share the socket with other electric appliance. Otherwise, it may cause electric shock even fire and
Always switch off the device and cut the power supply before performing any maintenance or cleaning.
Otherwise, it may cause electric shock or damage.
Don’t pull the power cord when pull out the power plug. The damage of pulling power cord will cause serious
electric shock.
A warning that ducts connected to an appliance shall not contain an ignition source.
Don’t install air conditioner in a place where there is flammable gas or liquid. The distance between them
should above 1m. It may cause fire even explosion.
Don’t use liquid or corrosive cleaning agent wipe the air conditioner and sprinkle water or other liquid either.
Doing this may cause electric shock or damage to the unit.
Don’t attempt to repair the air conditioner by yourself. Incorrect repairs may cause fire or explosion. Contact a
qualified service technician for all service requirement.
Don’t use air conditioner in lightning strom weather. Power supply should be cut in time to prevent the
occurrence of danger.
Don’t put hands or any objects into the air inlets or outlets. This may cause personal injury or damage to the unit.
Please note whether the installed stand is firm enough or not. If it is damaged, it may lead to the fall of the unit
and cause the injury.
Don’t block air inlet or air outlet. Otherwise, the cooling or heating capacity will be weakened, even cause
system stop operating.
Don’t let the air conditioner blow against the heater appliance. Otherwise it will lead to incomplete combustion,
thus causing poisoning.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
An earth leakage breaker with rated capacity must be installed to avoid possible electric shocks.
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases.
Refrigerant leakage contributes to climate change.
Refrigerant with lower global warming potential (GWP) would contribute less to global warming than a
refrigerant with higher GWP, if leaked to the atmosphere. This appliance contains a refrigerant fluid with a GWP
equal to [675]. This means that if 1 kg of this refrigerant fluid would be leaked to the atmosphere, the impact on
global warming would be [675] times higher than 1 kg of CO2, over a period of 100 years. Never try to interfere
with the refrigerant circuit yourself or disassemble the product yourself and always ask a professional.
Ensure no following objects under the indoor unit:
1. microwaves, ovens and other hot objects.
2. computers and other high electrostatic appliances.
3. sockets that plug frequently.
The joints between indoor and outdoor unit shall not be reused, unless after re-flaring the pipe.
The specification of the fuse are printed on the circuit bord, such as: 3.15A/250V AC, etc.
Don’t open the windows and doors for long time when the air conditioner is running. Otherwise, the cooling or
heating capacity will be weakened.
Don’t stand on the top of the outdoor unit or place heavy things on it. This cloud cause personal injuries or
damage the unit.
Don’t use the air conditioner for other purposes, such as drying clothes, preserving foods,etc.
Don’t apply the cold air to the body for a long time. It will deteriorate your physical conditions and cause health
Set the suitable temperature. It is recommended that the temperature difference between indoor and outdoor
temperature should not be too large. Appropriate adjustments of the setting temperature can prevent the
waste of electricity.
If your air conditioner is not fitted with a supply cord and a plug, an anti-explosion all-pole switch must be
installed in the fixed wiring and the distance between contacts should be no less than 3.0 mm.
If your air conditioner is permanently connected to the fixed wiring, a anti-explosion residual current device
(RCD) having rated residual operating current not exceeding 30 mA should be installed in the fixed wiring.
The power supply circuit should have leakage protector and air switch of which the capacity should be more
than1 .5 times of the maximum current.
Regarding the installation of the air conditioners, please refer to the below paragraphs in this manual.
Within the temperature range provided in following table, the air conditioner may stop running and other
anomalies may arise.
When the temperature is too high, the air conditioner may activate the automatic protection device, so that the
air conditioner could be shut down.
When the temperature is too low, the heat exchanger of the air conditioner may freeze, leading to water
dripping or other malfunction.
In long-term cooling or dehumidification with a relative humidity of above 80% (doors and windows are open),
there may be water condenses or dripping near the air outlet.
T1 and T3 refer to ISO 5151.
WEEE Warning
Meaning of crossed out wheeled dustbin: Do not dispose of electrical appliances as
unsorted municipal waste, use separate collection facilities. Contact you local government for
information regarding the collection systems available. If electrical appliances are disposed
of in landfills or dumps, hazardous substances can leak into the groundwater and get into the
food chain, damaging yourhealth and well-being. When replacing old appliances with new
ones, the retailer is legally obligated to take back your old appliance for disposals at least free
of charge.
The conditions of unit can’t normally run
>43°C (Apply to T1)
>52°C (Apply to T3)
Indoor <18°C
Indoor >27°C
Notes for heating
Notes for turning off
Emergency operation
Airflow direction adjustment
Specific caution
The fan of the indoor unit will not start running immediately after the heating is started to avoid blowing out cool
When it is cold and wet outside, the outdoor unit will develop frost over the heat exchanger which will increased
the heating capacity. Then the air conditioner will start defrost function.
During defrost, the air conditioner will stop heating for about 5-12 minutes.
Vapor may come out from the outdoor unit during defrost. This is not a malfunction, but a result of fast defrost.
Heating will resume after defrost is complete.
When the air conditioner is turned off, the main controller will automatically decide whether to stop immediately
or after running for dozens of seconds with lower frequency and lower air speed.
If the remote controller is lost or broken, use force switch
button to operate the air conditioner.
If this button is pushed with the unit OFF, the air
conditioner will operate in Auto mode.
If this button is pushed with the unit ON, the air
conditioner will stop running.
1. Use up-down swing and left-right swing buttons on the remote
controller to adjust the airflow direction. Refer to the operation
manual of the remote controller for detail.
2. For models without left-right swing function, the fins has to be
moved manually.
Note: Move the fins before the unit is in operation, or your finger
might be injured. Never place your hand into the air inlet or outlet
when the air conditioner is in operation.
1.Open front panel of the indoor.
2. The connector (as Fig) can not touch the terminal
board, and is positioned as shown in Fig.
Force switch
Cable 1
Cable 2
Terminal board
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Air inlet grille
Air filter
Air louver
Remote controller
Force switch
Air inlet
Air outlet
Air vent
Power cable
Air outlet grille
Air outlet
Drain hose
Note: All the pictures in this manual are just schematic diagrams, the actual is the standard.
Plug, WiFi function, Negative-ion function, and vertical and horizontal; swing function both are optional.
Before the cleaning of the air conditioner, it must be shut down and the electricity must be cut off for more than
5 minutes, otherwise there might be the risk of electric shocks.
Do not wet the air conditioner, which can cause an electric shock. Make sure not to rinse the air conditioner with
water under any circumstances.
Volatile liquids such as thinner or gasoline will damage the air conditioner housing, therefore please clean the
housing of air conditioner only with soft dry cloth and damp cloth moistened with neutral detergent.
In the course of the using, pay attention to cleaning the filter regularly, to prevent the covering of dust which
may affect the effect. If the service environment of the air conditioner is dusty, correspondingly increase the
number of times of cleaning. After removing the filter, do not touch the fin part of the indoor unit with the finger,
and no force to damage the refrigerant pipeline.
Clean the panel
Clean the air filter
Check before use
Remove the air filter
Clean the Air Filter
Mount the Filter
When the panel of the indoor unit is contaminated, clean it gently with a wrung towel using tepid water below
40°C, and do not remove the panel while cleaning.
1. Use both hands to open the panel for an angle from both ends of the panel in accordance with the direction of
the arrow.
2. Release the air filter from the slot and remove it.
Use a vacuum cleaner or water to rinse filter, and if the filter is very dirty (for example, with greasy dirt),
clean it with warm water (below 45 °C) with mild detergent dissolved in, and then put the filter in
the shade to dry in the air.
1. Check whether all the air inlets and outlets of the units are unblocked.
2. Ceck whether there is blocking in the water outlet of the drain pipe, and immediately clean it up if any.
3. Check the ground wire is reliably grounded.
4. Check whether the remote control batteries are installed, and whether the power is sufficient.
5. Check whether there is damage in the mounting bracket of the outdoor unit, and if any, please contact our local
service center.
1. Reinstall the dried filter in reverse order of removal, then cover and lock the panel.
Maintain after use
1. Cut off the power source of the air conditioner, turn off the main power switch and remove the batteries from the
remote controller.
2. Clean the filter and the unit body.
3. Remove the dust and debris from the outdoor unit.
4. Check whether there is damage in the mounting bracket of the outdoor unit, and if any, please contact our local
service center.
Do not repair the air conditioner by yourself as wrong maintenance may cause electric shock or fire or explode,
please contact the authorized service center and let the professionals conduct the maintenance, and checking the
following items prior to contacting for maintenance can save your time and money.
Phenomenon Troubleshooting
The air conditioner does
not work.
There might be power outages. Wait until power is restored.
Power plug may be loose out from the socket. The plug in the plug tightly.
Power switch fuse may blow. Replace the fuse.
The time for timing boot is yet to come. Wait or cancel the timer settings.
The air conditioner can’t
run after the immediate
start-up after it is shut
If the air conditioner is turned on immediately after it is turned off, the protective
delay switch will delay the operation for 3 to 5 minutes.
The air conditioner stops
running after it starts up
for a while.
May reach the setting temperature. It is a normal function phenomenon.
May be at a defrosting state. It will automatically restore and run again after
Shutdown Timer may be set. If you continue to use, please turn it on again.
The wind blows out, but
the cooling/ heating
effect is not good.
Excessive accumulation of dust on filter, blocking at air inlet and outlet, and the
excessively small angle of the louver blades all will affect the cooling and heating
effect. Please clean the filter, remove the obstacles at the air inlet and outlet
and regulate the angle of the louver blades.
Poor cooling and heating effect caused by doors and windows opening, and
unclosed exhaust fan. Please close the doors, windows, the exhaust fan, etc.
Auxiliary heating function is not turned on while heating, which may lead to poor
heating effect. Turn on the auxiliary heating function. (only for models with
auxiliary heating function)
Mode setting is incorrect, and the temperature and wind speed settings are not
appropriate. Please re-select the mode, and set the appropriate temperature
and wind speed.
The indoor unit blows
out odor.
The air conditioner itself does not have undesirable odor. If there is odor, it may
be due to accumulation of the odor in the environment. Clean the air filter or
activate the cleaning function.
There is sound of
running water during
the running of air
When the air conditioner is started up or stopped, or the compressor is started
up or stopped during the running, sometimes the “hissing” sound of running
water can be heard. This is the sound of the flow of the refrigerant, not a
Phenomenon Troubleshooting
A slight “click” sound is
heard at the of start-up
or shut-down.
Due to temperature changes, panel and other parts will swell, causing the sound
of friction. This is normal, not a fault.
The indoor unit makes
abnormal sound.
The sound of fan or compressor relay switched on or off.
When the defrosting is started or stop running, it will sound. That is due to the
refrigerant flowed to reverse direction. They are not malfunctions.
Too much dust accumulation in the air filter of the indoor unit may result in
fluctuation of the sound. Clean the air filters in time.
Too much air noise when “Strong wind” is turned on. This is normal, if feeling
uncomfortable, please deactivate the “Strong wind” function.
There are water drops
over the surface of the
indoor unit.
When ambient humidity is high, water drops will be accumulated around the air
outlet or the panel, etc. This is a normal physics phenomenon.
Prolonged cooling run in open space produces water drops. Close the doors
and windows.
Too small opening angle of the louver blades may also result in water drops at
the air inlet. Increase the angle of the louver blades.
During the cooling
operation, the indoor
unit outlet sometimes
will blow out mist.
When the indoor temperature and humidity are high, it happens sometimes.
This is because the indoor air is cooled rapidly. After it runs for some time, the
indoor temperature and humidity will be reduced and the mist will disappear.
Immediately stop all operations and cut off the power supply, contact our Service center locally in
following situations.
Hear any harsh sound or smell any awful odor during running.
Abnormal heating of power cord and plug occurs.
The unit or remote controller has any impurity or water.
Air switch or leakage protection switch is often disconnected.
Unpacking Inspection
Before installating, please contact with local authorized maintenance cenler, if unit is not installed by the
authorized maintenance center, the malfunction may not solved,due to discommodious contact.
The air conditioner must be installed by professionals according to the national wiring rules and this manual.
Refrigerant leak tesf must be made after installation.
To move and install air conditioner to another place, please contact our local special service center.
Open the box and check air conditioner in area with good ventilation (open the door and window) and without
ignition source.
Note: Operators are required to wear anti-static devices.
It is necessary to check by professional whether there is refrigerant leakage before opening tlie box of outdoor
machine; stop installing the air conditioner if leakage is found.
The fire prevention equipment and anti-static precautions shall be prepared well before checking.Then check
the refrigerant pipeline to see if there is any collision traces, and whether the outlook 1s good.
Safety Principles for Installing Air Conditioner
Requirements For Installation Position
Fire prevention device shall be prepared before installation.
Keep installing site ventilated.(open the door and window)
Ignition source,smoking and calling is not allowed to exist in area where R32 refrigerant rocated.
Anti-static precautions in necessary for installing air conditioner, e.g. wear pure cotton clothes and gloves.
Keep leak detector in working state during the installation.
If R32 refrigerant leakage occurs during tfle installation, you shall immediately detect the concentration in indoor
environment until it reaches a safe level. If refrigerant leakage affects the performance of the air conditioner,
please immediately stop the operation, and the air conditioner must be vacuumed firstly and be returned to the
maintenance station for processing.
Keep electric appliance, power switch, plug, socket, high temperature heat source and high static away from the
area underneath sidelines of the indoor unit.
The air conditioner shall be installed in an accessible location to installation and maintenance, without obstacles
that may block air inlets or outlets of indoor/outdoor units, and shall keep away from heat source inflammable or
explosive conditions.
When installing or repairing the air conditioner and the connecting line is not long enough, the entire
connecting line shall be replaced with the connecting line of the original specification; extension is not allowed.
Use new connection pipe, unless re-flaring the pipe.
Avoid places of inflammable or explosive gas leakage or where there are strongly aggressive gases.
Avoid places subject to strong artificial electric/magnetic fields.
Avoid places subject to noise and resonance.
Avoid severe natural conditions (e.g. heavy lampblack, strong sandy wind, direct sunshine or h1gli temperature
heat sources).
Avoid places within the reach of cnildren.
Shorten the connection between the indoor and outdoor units.
Select where it is easy to perform service and repair and where the ventilation good.
The outdoor unit shalrnot be installed in any way that could occupy an aisle, stairway, exit, fire escape, catwalk or
any other public area.
The outdoor unit shall be installed as far as possible from the doors and windows of the neighbors as well as the
green plants.
Installation environment inspection
Check nameRlate of outdoor unit to make sure whether the refrigerant is R32.
Check the floor space of the room. The space shall not be less than usable space(sm2 ) in the specification.The
outdoor unit shall be installed at a well-ventilated place.
Check the surrounding environment of installation site: R32 shall not be installed in the enclosed reserved space
of a building.
When using electric drill to make holes in the wall, check first whether there is pre-buried pipeline for water,
electricity and gas.
It is suggested to use the reserved hole in the roof of tfle walr
Requirements of the mounting structure
The mounting rack must meet the relevant national or industrial standards in terms of strength with welding and
connection areas rustproofed.
The mounting rack and its load carry surface shall be able to withstand 4 times or above the weight of the unit,
or 200kg, whichever is heavier.
The mounting rack of the outdoor unit shall be fastened with expansion bolt.
Ensure the secure installation regardless of what type of wall on which it is installed, to prevent potential
dropping that could hurt people.
Requirements for operations at raised height
Grounding Requirements
Electrical Safety Requirements
When carrying out installation at 2m or higher above the base level, safety belts must be worn and ropes of
sufficient strength be securely fasten to the outdoor unit, to prevent falling that could cause personal injury or
death as well as property loss.
The air conditioner is the class I electrical appliance and must ensure a reliable grounding.
Do not connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning rod, telephone line, or a circuit poorly
grounded to the earth.
The grounding wire is specially designed and shall not be used for other purpose, nor shall it be fastened with a
common tapping screw.
Interconnection cord diameter should be recommended as per instruction manual ,and with type O terminal
that meet local standards (internal diameter of type O terminal needs to match the screw size of the unit, no
more than 4.2mm). After installation, check the screws whether have been fixed effectively, and there is no risk
of loosening.
Be sure to use the rated voltage and air conditioners dedicated circuit for the power supply, and the power cord
diameter must meet the national requirements.
When the maximum current of air conditioner is ≥16A, it must use the air switch or leakage protection switch
equipped with protection devices.
The operating range is 90%-110% of the local rated voltage. But insufficient power supply malfunction, electrical
shock, or fire. If the voltage instability, proposed to increase the voltage regulator.
The minimum clearance between the air conditioner and the combustibles is 1.5 m.
The interconnection cord connect the indoor and outdoor units. You must first choose the right cable size
before preparing it for connection.
Cable Types: Outdoor Power Cable: H07RN-F or H05RN-F;
Interconnection cord: H07RN-F or H05RN-F;
Minimum Cross-Sectional Area of Power cable and interconnection cord.
The size of the interconnection cord, power cable, fuse, and switch needed is determined by the maximum
current of the unit. The maximum current is indicated on the nameplate located on the side panel of the unit.
Refer to this nameplate to choose the right cable, fuse, or switch.
Note: Core number of cable refer to the detailed wiring diagram adhered on the unit which you purchased.
Amps (A)
10 18
13 16
18 14
25 12
30 10
40 8
Rated Current of
Appliance (A)
Nominal Cross-Sectional
Area (mm
>3 and ≤ 6 0.75
>6 and ≤10 1
>10 and ≤16 1.5
>10 and ≤16 2.5
>10 and ≤16 4
>10 and ≤16 6
North America Other regions
Packing list
The connection method of the air conditioner and the power cord and the interconnection method of each
independent element shall be subject to the wiring diagram affixed to the machine.
The model and rating value of the fuse shall be subject to the silkscreen on corresponding controller or fuse
Name Quantity Unit
Indoor Unit 1 Set
Remote Controller 1 PC
Batteries (7#) 2 PC
Owner’s manual 1 Set
Drain pipe 1 PC
Name Quantity Unit
Outdoor Unit 1 Set
Connecting pipe
2 PC
Plastic Strap 1 ROLL
Pipe Protection Ring 1 PC
Luting (putty)
Packing list of the indoor unit Packing list of the outdoor unit
Note: All accessories s hall be subject to actual packaging material, and if there is any difference, please
Dimension drawing of indoor unit installation
Space to the ceiling
Space to the floor
Space to the wallSpace to the wall
15cm above
20cm above20cm above
Mounting plate
Wall-through Hole
Route of Pipeline
1. The wall for installation of the indoor unit shall be hard and
firm, so as to prevent vibration.
2. Use the “+” type screw to fasten the peg board, horizontally
mount the peg board on the wall, and ensure the lateral
horizontal and longitudinal vertical.
3. Pull the peg board by hand after the installation, to confirm
whether it is solid.
1. Make a hole with an electric hammer or a water drill at the
predetermined position on the wall for piping, which shall
slant outwardly by 5° -10° .
2. To protect the piping and the cables from being damaged
running through the wall, and from the rodents that may
inhabit in the hollow wall, a pipe protecting ring shall be
installed and sealed with putty.
Note: Usually, the wall hole is ɸ60mm~ɸ80mm. Avoid pre-
buried power wire and hard wall when making the hole.
1. Depending on the position of the unit, the piping may be routed sideway from the left or the right (Fig 1), or
vertically from the back (Fig 2) (depending on the pipe length of the indoor unit). In the case of sideway routing,
cut off the outlet cutting stock of the opposite side.
Pipe protection
Connecting Pipe
Drain Hose and
Connecting Pipe
Drain Hose and
Outlet material preparation
Fig 2
Fig 1
Drain pipe connection
Wrap the Piping
1. Remove the fixed part to pull out pipe of indoor machine from the case. Screw the hexagon nut in the left of the
joint to the end with your hand.
2. Connect the connecting pipe to the indoor unit:
Aim at the pipe center, tighten the Taper nut with fingers, and then tighten the Taper nut with a torque wrench,
and the direction is shown in diagram on the right. The torque used is shown in the following table.
Note: Carefully check if there is any damage of joints before installation.
The joints shall not be reused, unless after re-flaring the pipe.
1. Use the insulation sleeve to wrap the joint part the indoor
unit and the connection pipe, and then use insulating
material to pack and seal insulation pipe, to prevent
generation of condensate water on the joint part.
2. Connect the water outlet with drain pipes, and make the
connection pipe, cables, and the drain hose straight.
3. Use plastic cable ties to wrap the connecting pipes, cables
and drain hose. Run the pipe sloping downward.
The size of pipe (mm) Torque (Nm)
ɸ6 / ɸ6. 35 15 ~ 88
ɸ9 / ɸ9. 52 35 ~ 40
ɸ12 / ɸ12.7 45 ~ 60
ɸ15.88 73 ~ 78
ɸ19.05 75 ~ 80
Tightening torque table
Indoor unit pipe
Spanner Torgue wrench
Connecting Pipe
Drain Hose
and Cables
Plastic Strap
Taper nut
Fixing the Indoor Unit
1. Hang the indoor unit on the peg board, and move the
unit from left to right to ensure that the hook is properly
positioned in the peg board.
2. Push toward the lower left side and the upper right side of
the unit toward the peg board, until the hook is embedded
in the slot and makes a “click” sound.
Wiring diagram
If your air conditioner is provided with interconnection cord , the wiring of the indoor unit is connected in the
factory, there is no need of connection.
• If the interconnection cord is not provided, connection is needed in accordance with the
After installation, check:
1. The screws whether have been fixed effectively, and there is no risk of loosening.
2. Connector of display board whether put in the right place and do not touch the terminal board.
3. Control box cover whether cover tightly.
If there is a connector,
connect it directly.
Constant speed
To Outdoor unit
To Outdoor unit
To Outdoor unit
To Outdoor unit
Variable speed
This manual usually includes the wiring mode for the different kind of A/C. We cannot exclude the possibility that
some special type of wiring diagrams are not included.
The diagram are for reference only. If the entity is difference with this wiring diagram, please refer to the detailed
wiring diagram adhered on the unit which you purchased.
Connect the Outdoor Unit with Connecting Pipe:
Aim the counter-bore of the connecting pipe at the stop valve, and
tighten the Taper nut with fingers. Then tighten the Taper nut with
a torque wrench. When prolonging the piping, extra amount of
refrigerant must be added so that the operation and performance of
the air conditioner will not be compromised.
Note: 1. This table is for reference only.
2. The joints shall not be reused, unless after re-flaring the pipe.
3. After installation, check the stop valve cover whether be fixed effectively.
Dimension drawing of outdoor unit installation
Install the connection pipe
installation feet
installation feet
Air inlet
Air outlet
Outdoor Dimensions (mm)
Mounting Dimensions
Distance A (mm) Distance B (mm)
735x475x250 453 280
790x520x280 508 314
848x670x354 544 354
Amount of refrigerant to be added
Amount of
refrigerant for
the unit
5M Not needed
CC12000Btu 15g/m 1 kg
CC18000Btu 30g/m 2 kg
Liquid side pipe
Gas side pipe
Stop valve
Taper nutStop valve
1. Loosen the screws and remove E-parts cover from the unit.
2. Connect the cables respectively to the corresponding terminals of
the terminal board of the outdoor unit (see the wiring diagram), and if
there are signals connected to the plug, just conduct butt joint.
3. Ground wire: Remove the grounding screw out of the electric bracket,
cover the grounding wire end onto the grounding screw and screw it
into the grounding hole.
4.Fix the cable reliably with fasteners (Pressing board).
5. Put the E-parts cover back in its original place and fasten it with screws.
Wiring Connection
Wiring diagram
Constant speed
If there is a connector, connect it directly.
This manual usually includes the wiring mode for the different kind of A/C. We cannot exclude the possibility
that some speciaI type of wiring diagrams are not included.
The diagram are for reference only. If the entity is difference with this wiring diagram, please refer to the detailed
wiring diagram adhered on the unit which you purchased.
Variable speed
To indoor unit
To indoor unit
To indoor unit
To indoor unit
To power
To power
To power
To power
E-parts cover
Vacuuming (Gas R32)
Exclusive R32 refrigerant pump must be used in making R32 refrigerant vacuum.
Before working on the air conditioner, remove the cover of
the stop valve(gas and liquid valves)and be sure to retighten it
afterward.(to prevent the potential air leakage).
1. To prevent air leakage and spilling tighten all connecting
nut of all flare tubes.
2. Connect the stop valve, charge hose, manifold valve, and
vacuum pump.
3. Fully open the handle Lo of the manifold valve and
apply vacuum for at least 15 minutes and check that the
compound vacuum gauge reads -0.1MPa (-76cmHg).
4. After applying vacuum, fully open the stop valve with a hex
5. Check that both indoor and outdoor connections are free
of air leakage.
Compound meter
Handle Hi
Stop valve
(gas valve)
Stop valve
(liquid valve)
Charge hose
Handle Lo
Outdoor condensation drainage (Heat pump type only)
When the unit is heating, the condensing water and defrosting
water can be out reliably through the drain house.
Install the outdoor drain elbow in ɸ25 hole on the base
plate, and joint the drain hose to the elbow, so that the
waste water formed in the outdoor unit can be drained
out to a proper plate.
Outdoor drain elbow
Check after installation
Electrical Safety Check
1. If the supply voltage is as required.
2. If there is any faulty or miss connection in each of the power, signal and grounding wires.
3. If the grounding wire of the air conditioner is securely grounded.
Installation Safety Check
1. If the installation is secure.
2. If the water drain is smooth.
3. If the wiring and piping are correctly installed.
4. Check that no foreign matter or tools are left inside the unit.
5. Check the refrigerant pipeline is protected well.
Leak test of the refrigerant
Depending on the installation method, the following methods may be used to check for suspect leak, on areas
such as the four connections of the outdoor unit and the cores of the cut-off valves and t-valves:
1. Bubble method: Apply of spray a uniform layer of soap water over the suspected leak spot and observe carefully
for bubble.
2. lnstrument method: Checking for leak by pointing the probe of the leak detector according to the instruction to
the suspect points of leak.
Note: Make sure that the ventilation is good before checking.
Test Operation
Verify that all piping and connection cables are well connected.
Confirm that the values at the gas side the liquid-side are fully open.
Connect the power cord to an independent power socket.
Install batteries in remote control.
Note: Make sure that the ventilation is good before testing.
Test Operation method:
1. Turn on the power and push the ON/OFF switch button of the remote controller to start the air conditioner.
2. Select COOL, HEAT (not available on cool-only models), SWING and other operation modes with the remote
controller and see if the operation is ok.
Qualification requirements of maintenance personnel
Inspection of the Site
Operating Procedures
For maintenance or scrap, please contact authorized service centers. Maintenance by unqualified person may
cause dangers. Feed air conditioner with R32 refrigerant, and maintain the air conditioner in strictly accordance
with manufacturer’s requirements. The chapter is mainly focused on special maintenance requirements for
appliance with R32 refrigerant. Ask repairer to read after-sales technical service handbook for detailed information.
1. Special training additional to usual refrigerating equipment repair procedures is required when equipment
with flammable refrigerants is affected. In many countries, this training is carried out by national training
organisations that are accredited to teach the relevant national competency standards that may be set in
legislation. The achieved competence should be documented by a certificate.
2. The maintenance and repair of the air conditioner must be conducted according to the method
recommended by the manufacturer. If other professionals are needed to help maintain and repair the
equipment, it should be conducted under the supervision of individuals who have the qualification to repair
AC equipped with flammable refrigerant.
Safety inspection must be taken before maintaining equipment with R32 refrigerant to make sure the risk of fire is
minimized. Check whether the place is well ventilated, whether anti-static and fire prevention equipment is perfect.
While maintaining the refrigeration system, observe the following precautions before operating the system.
1. General work area:
All maintenance staff and others working in the local area shall be instructed on the nature of work being carried
out. Work in confined spaces shall be avoided. The area around the workspace shall be sectioned off. Ensure that
the conditions within the area have been made safe by control of flammable material.
2. Checking for presence of refrigerant:
The area shall be checked with an appropriate refrigerant detector prior to and during work, to ensure the
technician is aware of potentially toxic or flammable atmospheres. Ensure that the leak detection equipment
being used is suitable for use with all applicable refrigerants, Le.non-sparking, adequately sealed or intrinsically
3. Presence of fire extinguisher:
If any hot work is to be conducted on the refrigeration equipment or any associated parts, appropriate fire
extinguishing equipment shall be available to hand. Have a dry powder or CO2 fire extinguisher adjacent to the
charging area.
4. No ignition sources:
No person carrying out work in relation to a refrigeration system which involves exposing any pipe work shall

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